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:

Daily ETF Watch

ETF Watch: iShares Plans Russell 2500 Fund

Proposed fund is described as covering the small- to mid-capitalization portion of the U.S. stock market.

ETF Industry Perspective

Global X: Introducing The Founder-Run Companies ETF

New fund seeks to capture the performance strengths of publicly traded companies that are still run by their founders.

Features and News

Thursday’s Hot Reads: You Can Bet On Proposed Bitcoin ETF’s Approval

Also, Trump missed tax reform opportunity.

Weekly ETF Flows

Weekly Flows Total $11.7B Amid Broad-Based Buying

From equities to fixed income to commodities, investors bought ETFs of all stripes in the latest week.

Daily ETF Watch

ETF Watch: ALPS Debuts Sector Momentum Fund

Fund selects securities based on their relative strength within their respective sectors.

ETF.com Analysis

Best Of 2016: Buy ETFs Like SPY On The Sell-Off

Why this probably isn't the start of a bear market.

Daily ETF Watch

ETF Watch: Elkhorn To Grow Lunt ETF Lineup

Two new filings outline small-cap and midcap follow-ups to its low-vol/high-beta ETF.

Weekly ETF Flows

Investors Start 2017 With A Bang, Add $13B To ETFs

When it comes to flows, 2017 started out how 2016 ended.

Daily ETF Watch

ETF Watch: New Elkhorn Sector Funds Complement SPDRs

The new ETFs offer midcap exposure to the sectors covered by the original Select Sector SPDRs.