Telecom analysts are saying that 2020 is the year when the 5G wireless systems are expected to take off. Investors looking to get exposure to 5G should look at the Next Generic 5 Gen Connectivity ETF (NYSEArca: FIVG).
What is The Next Gen Disagreement ETF?
The Next Gen Disagreement ETF is the first ETF to emphasize securities whose products and services are primarily linked to the development of networking technologies and 5G communications.
An ETF stands for “exchange-traded fund,” which is a bucket of stocks. They are a great way to diversify your investment by investing in many different stocks and reducing your risk.
FIVG does this by tracking the 5G BlueStar Communications Index, and FIVG tries to invest in the Index.
FIVG “exceeded $ 200M in less than 12 months since its launch, making it one of the most successful ETF thematic addresses in recent years,” according to statements from New York’s ETFs Defiance.
What does 5G Technology Mean to Investors
5G technology will use a higher frequency band compared to the current 4G technology standard, resulting in faster transmission of data. Certainly, the vast amounts of data transmitted at a faster rate are of benefit to wireless companies and their users, but 5G could be a significant turmoil in various industries.
FIVG provides investors with companies that are engaged in research and development or commercialization of systems and materials used in 5G communications with liquid, transparent, and low-cost access. The BlueStarGlobal Index 5G Communications tracks approximately 60 stocks listed across all market capitals, and large caps are given a special weighting (71%.) It uses a tiered weighting system that shares a position. The Institute has been in operation since March 2019 and has a cost ratio of 0.30%.
The 5G BlueStar Communications Index is a rule-based index that tracks the performance of a US-listed stock group, global companies involved in the development, or otherwise in the operation of 5G networks. These securities include the following: core carrier-grade networking equipment, including cellular antenna and routers, mobile network operators, satellite-based communications, enhanced mobile broadband chips, new radio technology, test equipment, wireless network optimization, cloud computing equipment, networking defined by software or network verification functions, fiber optic cables, or real estate investment trusts in the data center and / or data centers.
5G technology investing is in the exploration phases, and there is very little chance of revenue/sales right now. However, it provides an opportunity to see that early adopters will benefit, mainly if the technology is being fully utilized.
Is FIVG ETF A Buy?
Similar to any new emerging technology, the 5G industry has a lot of risks. That being said, there are some great opportunities for investors. The FIVG ETF, as explained above, an excellent way to get exposure to 5G.
Currently, FIVG ETF is in a strong bull trend. A majority of the technical indicators are signally positive. It appears to be hitting resistance around $27. If the new support holds around $26.80, FIVG will break through the resistance soon. Usually, AlphaBetaStock.com recommends that investors wait for a dip to enter a trade, but it may not be necessary because this is an ETF.
Current Support: 25.40 Resistance: 27.40
FIVG ETF 1 Day Moving Averages
Name Value Action
Exponential Moving Average (5) 27.02 Buy
Simple Moving Average (5) 27.14 Sell
Exponential Moving Average (10) 26.85 Buy
Simple Moving Average (10) 26.81 Buy
Exponential Moving Average (20) 26.67 Buy
Simple Moving Average (20) 26.58 Buy
Exponential Moving Average (30) 26.54 Buy
Simple Moving Average (30) 26.65 Buy
Exponential Moving Average (50) 26.27 Buy
Simple Moving Average (50) 26.30 Buy
Exponential Moving Average (100) 25.74 Buy
Simple Moving Average (100) 25.47 Buy
Exponential Moving Average (200) 25.20 Buy
Simple Moving Average (200) 24.76 Buy
Ichimoku Cloud Base Line (9, 26, 52, 26) 26.37 Neutral
Volume Weighted Moving Average (20) 26.62 Buy
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