Low cost ETF's that beat the market:
(Note these lean Growth, Tech, & Large-Cap Heavy)
Add slow and steady now; Add heavy when we retest the black trend-line
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Ticker: SPYG
Name: SPDR Portfolio S&P500 Growth ETF

Last Close: 44.85
Net Assets ($M): 7596
Expense Ratio: 0.04%
Dividend Yield: 1.3%
5-Yr Average Dividend Yield Growth: 10.5%
YTD Returns Vs S&P500: 10.6%
2-yr Annualized Returns Vs S&P500: 5.2%
3-yr Annualized Returns Vs S&P500: 5.7%
5-yr Annualized Returns Vs S&P500: 3.8%
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Ticker: FDIS
Name: Fidelity MSCI Consumer Discretionary Index ETF

Last Close: 51.71
Net Assets ($M): 688
Expense Ratio: 0.08%
Dividend Yield: 1.2%
5-Yr Average Dividend Yield Growth: 13.8%
YTD Returns Vs S&P500: 10.5%
2-yr Annualized Returns Vs S&P500: 1.9%
3-yr Annualized Returns Vs S&P500: 3.9%
5-yr Annualized Returns Vs S&P500: 1.7%
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Ticker: FTEC
Name: Fidelity MSCI Information Technology Index ETF

Last Close: 81.06
Net Assets ($M): 3745
Expense Ratio: 0.08%
Dividend Yield: 1.4%
5-Yr Average Dividend Yield Growth: 23.0%
YTD Returns Vs S&P500: 15.0%
2-yr Annualized Returns Vs S&P500: 12.0%
3-yr Annualized Returns Vs S&P500: 14.1%
5-yr Annualized Returns Vs S&P500: 10.7%
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Ticker: SCHG
Name: Schwab U.S. Large-Cap Growth ETF

Last Close: 101.1
Net Assets ($M): 9831
Expense Ratio: 0.04%
Dividend Yield: 0.7%
5-Yr Average Dividend Yield Growth: 5.2%
YTD Returns Vs S&P500: 12.1%
2-yr Annualized Returns Vs S&P500: 7.3%
3-yr Annualized Returns Vs S&P500: 7.5%
5-yr Annualized Returns Vs S&P500: 4.0%
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Ticker: MGK
Name: Vanguard Mega Cap Growth Index Fund ETF Shares

Last Close: 162.36
Net Assets ($M): 7347
Expense Ratio: 0.07
Dividend Yield: 0.9%
5-Yr Average Dividend Yield Growth: 5.2%
YTD Returns Vs S&P500: 14.8%
2-yr Annualized Returns Vs S&P500: 8.6%
3-yr Annualized Returns Vs S&P500: 7.9%
5-yr Annualized Returns Vs S&P500: 5.0%
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Ticker: VOOG
Name: Vanguard S&P500 Growth Index Fund ETF Shares

Last Close: 186.68
Net Assets ($M): 3565
Expense Ratio: 0.10%
Dividend Yield: 1.2%
5-Yr Average Dividend Yield Growth: 1.5%
YTD Returns Vs S&P500: 10.5%
2-yr Annualized Returns Vs S&P500: 5.1%
3-yr Annualized Returns Vs S&P500: 5.7%
5-yr Annualized Returns Vs S&P500: 3.6%
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Ticker: VONG
Name: Vanguard Russell 1000 Growth Index Fund ETF Shares

Last Close: 196.53
Net Assets ($M): 7002
Expense Ratio: 0.08%
Dividend Yield: 1.0%
5-Yr Average Dividend Yield Growth: 7.3%
YTD Returns Vs S&P500: 12.2%
2-yr Annualized Returns Vs S&P500: 7.4%
3-yr Annualized Returns Vs S&P500: 7.9%
5-yr Annualized Returns Vs S&P500: 4.9%
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Ticker: EDV
Name: Vanguard Extended Duration Treasury Index Fund ETF Shares

Last Close: 163.82
Net Assets ($M): 3286
Expense Ratio: 0.07%
Dividend Yield: 2.1%
5-Yr Average Dividend Yield Growth: 2.3%
YTD Returns Vs S&P500: 30.8%
2-yr Annualized Returns Vs S&P500: 16.5%
3-yr Annualized Returns Vs S&P500: 4.2%
5-yr Annualized Returns Vs S&P500: 2.1%
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Comment: I have made a few 'related ideas' that are linked below that are gann projections of a few of these; hope they help you.

Manage your own risk

Much love

Snoop

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Have you played with the weighting at all? or only 1:1:1...?
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420snoop dbryan
@dbryan, no I haven't played with the weighting; just trying to highlight some of the best preforming ETFs with low expense ratios. If anything I would be interested in gauging which of these are most liquid for options so we can decide which are best to short put, acquire, sell covered calls.
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tootchart 420snoop
@420snoop, Right on! This is my current trading style. FTEC not very liquid and only monthly expiration and huge bid/ask spread.
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Very detail information; thanks for sharing =D
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Excellent consolidated info. Thanks for sharing.
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