3 ETFs To Consider For The Next Meme Stock Rally

Zinger Key Points
  • Roaring Kitty's return sparks renewed meme stock frenzy; GameStop and AMC lead the surge.
  • 3 ETFs that an investor can take a look at.

Meme stocks are back in the spotlight with the resurgence of Keith Gill, aka Roaring Kitty, on social media after a three-year break. His return reignited interest in meme stocks like GameStop Corp GME, AMC Entertainment Holdings Inc AMC, and others, causing a significant surge in their prices.

For investors looking to ride this wave, here are three ETFs to consider:

VanEck Social Sentiment ETF BUZZ

The VanEck Social Sentiment ETF offers exposure to large-cap U.S. stocks that show high positive sentiment on social media.

It tracks the BUZZ NextGen AI US Sentiment Leaders Index and includes stocks like GameStop and AMC. With an asset base of $67.2 million and an annual fee of 0.75%, BUZZ is a prime choice for those looking to capitalize on the meme stock frenzy driven by social media hype.

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SoFi Social 50 ETF SFYF

SoFi Social 50 ETF focuses on the top 50 most widely held U.S. stocks on the SoFi Invest platform.

This ETF gives investors exposure to stocks that are popular among retail traders, often driven by social sentiment. Key sectors include consumer cyclical, technology and communications. SoFi Social has $17.1 million in assets and charges 0.29% in annual fees, making it an attractive option for those looking to invest in trending stocks.

Amplify Transformational Data Sharing ETF BLOK

The Amplify Transformational Data Sharing ETF, while primarily focused on blockchain technology, includes companies that are significant players in the digital finance and meme stock arena.

The ETF has $702.8 million in assets and charges 0.76% in annual fees.

With holdings in companies such as MicroStrategy Inc MSTR and Coinbase Global Inc COIN, the ETF offers indirect exposure to the meme stock phenomenon. Its diversified approach can provide a balanced risk for investors interested in the volatility of meme stocks.

The meme stock resurgence driven by Roaring Kitty signals another potential rally. While these ETFs offer exposure to the high-risk, high-reward world of meme stocks, investors should be mindful of the inherent volatility and speculative nature of these investments. It’s crucial to do thorough research and consider one’s risk tolerance before diving into the meme stock market.

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