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In the tables below, ETFdb.com presents recommended exchange traded fund (ETF) alternatives to the mutual fund FDCPX. These recommendations are powered by ETFdb's Mutual Fund to ETF Converter tool.
How ETFdb.com has selected ETF alternatives to FDCPX: The mutual fund FDCPX has been benchmarked by Fidelity Investments against an index, MSCI US Investable Market Computers & Peripherals Index, in its fund prospectus. The ETF alternatives to FDCPX listed below consist of (1) ETFs which track MSCI US Investable Market Computers & Peripherals Index, and (2) ETFs which track other indexes in the same ETFdb.com Category as MSCI US Investable Market Computers & Peripherals Index.
There are no ETFs linked to MSCI US Investable Market Computers & Peripherals Index.
The following table presents exchange traded funds linked to indexes in the same ETFdb.com Category as MSCI US Investable Market Computers & Peripherals Index.
|Symbol||ETF Name||Assets||YTD||Expense Ratio|
|PSJ||Invesco Dynamic Software ETF||$274,658.65||20.63%||0.63%|
|PXQ||Invesco Dynamic Networking ETF||$69,797.78||10.14%||0.63%|
|IGV||iShares North American Tech-Software ETF||$1,910,944.86||14.79%||0.47%|
|XLK||Technology Select Sector SPDR Fund||$19,235,002.02||1.98%||0.13%|
|XSD||SPDR S&P Semiconductor ETF||$243,798.68||-3.68%||0.35%|
|IYW||iShares U.S. Technology ETF||$3,648,706.49||2.79%||0.43%|
|VGT||Vanguard Information Technology ETF||$19,029,297.89||6.17%||0.10%|
|QTEC||First Trust NASDAQ 100 Technology||$2,158,089.77||-1.34%||0.58%|
|IGM||iShares North American Tech ETF||$1,435,709.06||6.28%||0.47%|
|IXN||iShares Global Tech ETF||$2,392,292.71||-2.51%||0.47%|
|PTF||Invesco DWA Technology Momentum ETF||$122,622.41||3.60%||0.60%|
|RYT||Invesco S&P 500® Equal Weight Technology ETF||$1,476,904.87||2.86%||0.40%|
|SMH||VanEck Vectors Semiconductor ETF||$895,340.26||-7.31%||0.35%|
|PSI||Invesco Dynamic Semiconductors ETF||$174,153.71||-9.14%||0.61%|
|FXL||First Trust Technology AlphaDEX Fund||$1,897,750.48||6.06%||0.63%|
|SOXX||iShares PHLX Semiconductor ETF||$1,152,777.62||-4.76%||0.47%|
|FONE||First Trust NASDAQ CEA Smartphone Index Fund||$13,450.89||-12.91%||0.70%|
|PSCT||Invesco S&P SmallCap Information Technology ETF||$342,206.15||-7.26%||0.29%|
|SKYY||First Trust ISE Cloud Computing Index Fund||$1,742,513.22||9.16%||0.60%|
|XSW||SPDR S&P Software & Services ETF||$126,537.98||12.11%||0.35%|
|TDIV||First Trust NASDAQ Technology Dividend Index Fund||$873,725.58||0.11%||0.50%|
|FTEC||Fidelity MSCI Information Technology Index ETF||$2,049,230.96||3.39%||0.08%|
|HACK||ETFMG Prime Cyber Security ETF||$1,533,213.00||11.47%||0.64%|
|CIBR||First Trust NASDAQ CEA Cybersecurity ETF||$723,491.63||6.40%||0.60%|
|IPAY||ETFMG Prime Mobile Payments ETF||$389,565.75||4.47%||0.80%|
|JHMT||John Hancock Multi-Factor Technology ETF||$61,839.94||1.03%||0.50%|
|ITEQ||BlueStar Israel Technology ETF||$52,811.68||2.97%||0.75%|
|XITK||SPDR FactSet Innovative Technology ETF||$67,271.68||12.79%||0.45%|
|XTH||SPDR S&P Technology Hardware ETF||$6,555.29||-10.84%||0.35%|
|FINX||Global X FinTech Thematic ETF||$308,501.21||4.10%||0.68%|
|FTXL||First Trust Nasdaq Semiconductor ETF||$21,530.27||-11.70%||0.60%|
|XNTK||NYSE Technology ETF||$651,468.33||-3.02%||0.35%|
|KOIN||Innovation Shares NextGen Protocol ETF||$10,006.99||N/A||0.65%|
|IETC||iShares Evolved U.S. Technology ETF||$4,958.16||N/A||0.18%|
|DRIV||Global X Autonomous & Electric Vehicles ETF||$12,677.63||N/A||0.68%|
|AIQ||Global X Future Analytics Tech ETF||$34,194.07||N/A||0.68%|
|IRBO||iShares Robotics and Artificial Intelligence ETF||$12,794.94||N/A||0.47%|
|LOUP||Innovator Loup Frontier Tech ETF||$11,813.47||N/A||0.70%|
|QTUM||Defiance Quantum ETF||$3,160.64||N/A||0.65%|
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