3 VanEck ETFs That Are Beating The Market

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The S&P 500 Index is made up of various sectors and industries. And even though the 56% return of the index over the past year is considerable, some of these sectors and industries have beat this by a large margin.

There’s a good chance this trend continues.

The VanEck Vectors Gaming ETF BJK invests in the stocks of publicly traded casinos and casino hotels, sports betting and lottery service companies, and gaming technology and gaming equipment companies. It has gained more than 100% over the past year.

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The VanEck Vectors Oil Services ETF OIH invests in oil equipment, oil services, and oil drilling companies. Over the past year, the price of the shares has risen by about 140%.

The VanEck Vectors Steel ETF SLX invests in companies that are in the steel industry. Over the past year, the price of the shares has soared by about 160%.

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