S&P Consumer Discretionary Select Sector Index ETF Overview

The S&P Consumer Discretionary Select Sector Index measures the performance of Consumer Cyclicals securities and is selected by a Committee process. Currently, 1 ETF track the S&P Consumer Discretionary Select Sector Index with more than $13.09 B in ETP assets with an average expense ratio of 0.13%. The largest ETF is Consumer Discretionary Select Sector SPDR Fund (XLY) by SPDR with $13.09 B in assets.


Daily Hot Reads

Thurs. Hot Reads: How Factors Can Replace Sectors

Also, solar ETFs jump after Calif.’s new home mandate passes.

ETF Report

 Sectors In Review

March saw all of the ETFs in five key sectors end up in negative territory.

ETF Report

 Sectors In Review

February was pretty dismal for sector ETFs, with all but two technology funds in negative territory.

Daily Hot Reads

Wed. Hot Reads: Netflix Sector Shift Likely

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Daily Hot Reads

Wed. Hot Reads: Half Of Investors Will Own ETFs By 2020

Also, four low-cost iShares ETFs have devoured half of U.S. inflows this year.

ETF Report

 Sectors In Review

Technology outperformed the other sectors during the month.

Features and News

Is Securities Lending Good For ETF Investors?

Most ETFs lend out their securities. But does it really lower costs, as issuers claim?

ETF Report

 Sectors In Review

Across the board, sectors were generally up in November

Features and News

Seismic Sector Shift To Shake Up 30 ETFs

The new communications services sector likely will bring all 'FANG' stocks under one roof.