Consumer discretionary is the term given to goods and services that are considered non-essential by consumers, but desirable if their available income is sufficient to purchase them. Consumer discretionary goods include durable goods, apparel, entertainment and leisure, and automobiles.
With 41 ETFs traded in the U.S. markets, Consumer Discretionary ETFs gather total assets under management of $15.37B. The average expense ratio is 0.55%. Consumer Discretionary ETFs can be found in the following asset classes:
The largest Consumer Discretionary ETF is the Consumer Discretionary Select Sector SPDR Fund XLY with $9.50B in assets. In the last trailing year, the best performing Consumer Discretionary ETF was the EMTY at 58.23%. The most-recent ETF launched in the Consumer Discretionary space was the Franklin Disruptive Commerce ETF BUYZ in 02/25/20.