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Mid-Cap ETFs look good among market uncertainties

Mid-Cap ETFs look good among market uncertainties

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Wall Street has surprised with rallies despite rising Delta variant cases. However, investors are on the edge considering certain factors that may affect the current investment environment. Factors such as rising Delta variant cases and the Federal Reserve meeting announcing plans to buy bond purchases are also raising concerns. U.S. consumers also appear to be concerned about the sustainability of the economic recovery following the pandemic-led downturn, rising Delta variant threat and rising inflation levels.

To further reinforce investor concerns, September is historically considered the worst-performing month for Wall Street. Analysts expect a market correction in September. According to LPL Financial data published in a Yahoo Finance article, the S&P 500 has fallen by an average of 1% in September since 1950. Some recent financial data releases also proved to be very disappointing. The U.S. economy added only 235,000 jobs in August 2021 (the lowest in seven months).

Meanwhile, the FDA, which has given the first full US approval to Pfizer (PFE) / BioNTechs (BNTX) coronavirus vaccine, Comirnaty (BNT162b), has also boosted investor confidence. Full FDA approval is expected to increase confidence in imposing vaccine mandates. Also, the unvaccinated population is now more likely to opt for vaccinations.

Given the mixed sentiments, mid-cap funds are gaining increased attention as they provide both growth and stability relative to small-cap and large-cap counterparties. As such, investors looking to capitalize on the strong fundamentals but concerned about uncertainty should consider mid-cap ETFs. Here we have presented five popular mid-cap ETFs as Vanguard Mid-Cap ETF VO, SPDR S&P MIDCAP 400 ETF Trust MDY, iShares Russell Mid-Cap Value ETF IWS, Vanguard Mid-Cap Growth ETF VOTE and Schwab US Mid-Cap ETF SCHM.

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SPDR S&P MidCap 400 ETF (MDY): ETF Research Reports

Schwab US MidCap ETF (SCHM): ETF Research Reports

iShares Russell MidCap Value ETF (IWS): ETF Research Reports

Vanguard MidCap Growth ETF (VOT): ETF research reports

Vanguard MidCap ETF (VO): ETF Research Reports

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