Popular ETFs

Trading volume and market capitalization are the metrics that we’ve used to measure the popularity of ETFs.

Most Popular ETFs: Top 100 ETFs By Trading Volume
Largest ETFs: Top 100 ETFs By Assets

ETFs by Cost

An ETF’s expense ratio is a measure of the investor’s cost to hold the ETF in his/her portfolio.
Most Expensive ETFs: Top 100 ETFs by Expense Ratio
Cheapest ETFs: Lowest 100 ETFs by Expense Ratio

ETFs by Performance

While it’s important to note that past performance does not predict future returns, it is interesting to see which ETFs have performed the best and worst over time.

Year To Date
Best Performing ETFs: Top 100 ETFs by YTD Return
Worst Performing ETFs: Lowest 100 ETFs by YTD Return

52 Weeks

Best Performing ETFs: Top 100 ETFs by 52 Week Return
Worst Performing ETFs: Lowest 100 ETFs by 52 Week Return

Weekly

Best Performing ETFs: Top 100 ETFs by Weekly Return
Worst Performing ETFs: Lowest 100 ETFs by Weekly Return

Monthly

Best Performing ETFs: Top 100 ETFs by Monthly Return
Worst Performing ETFs: Lowest 100 ETFs by Monthly Return

Equity ETFs by P/E Ratio

The price-to-earnings ratio, or earnings multiple, is a measure of the market’s expectation for future earnings growth.

100 Equity ETFs with the Highest P/E Ratio
100 Equity ETFs with the Lowest P/E Ratio

ETFs by Dividend Yield

The dividend yield is calculated by dividing the most recent dividend by the price of the ETF.

100 ETFs with the Highest Dividend Yields

 

 

Hat tip ETF DB

 

Category: ETFs, Investing

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3 Responses to “ETF Comparison Tools”

  1. bmoseley says:

    how can there be no fees on a ETF. some have fees so low that the ‘sponsor’ doesn’t make anything. how is this work.

  2. Robert M says:

    Thanks for the resource.

  3. dancingdiva says:

    Be really, really careful using the list. When I checked out the “lowest p/e” noticed vaw. When I went to the Vanguard website to verify, saw they have the p/e nearly 50% higher.