Mid Cap ETF Overview

Midcap ETFs invest in the equity of companies with market capitalizations of roughly $2 billion to $10 billion. To some, midcap stocks are attractive because of the theoretically greater growth potential than large-caps but also because they have less risk than smaller companies.

Midcap ETFs are part of the following market segments:

Weekly ETF Flows

Weekly ETF Inflows At Record Despite Monday Selling

Annual ETF inflows hit a fresh record high despite a roadbump on Monday.

Weekly ETF Flows

ETF Flows Hit $320B As 'TLT' Tops List

Inflows into the Treasury bond ETF helped propel 2017 ETF inflows to a new record high.

Features and News

Least Popular ETFs Of The Year

The world's largest ETF is just one of several major ETFs to shed assets so far in 2017.

Daily ETF Watch

Sept To Break ETF Closure Record

After August’s slow month, September looks like it will be a record-breaker.

Daily Hot Reads

Wednesday Hot Reads: Why You Need ETFs For Retirement

Also, a guide to finding the right midcap ETF.

Daily ETF Watch

Franklin Debuts Active Muni Funds

The two funds cover intermediate and broad maturities.

Daily ETF Watch

First Trust Plans ‘SMID’ Dividend ETF

New small/midcap fund will target stocks exhibiting steady dividend growth.

ETF.com Analysis

2017's Stock Market Can't Get Stranger

The straight line up and lack of volatility for stocks is an outlier rather than the norm.

ETF Report

Colliding Factors In A Single Factor Fund

Different approaches to the momentum factor have translated into massively divergent returns this year.