The Robotics & Automation ETF (NYSE: ROBO) weathered the sell-off in many disruptive technology stocks: It outperformed global equities and rose 9.04% in Q4, to close the year 2021 up 15.34%. The Artificial Intelligence ETF (NYSE: THNQ) was up 9.11% in 2021, and the Healthcare Technology & Innovation ETF (NYSE: HTEC) was nearly flat at -0.29%. While investors debate the near-term growth and inflation outlook, we remain focused on the innovators and market leaders driving these technology trends. In this report, we discuss key developments and big movers across our innovation portfolios.
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Expense ratios – ROBO: 0.95%, HTEC: 0.68% (through August 31, 2021), THNQ: 0.68% (through August 31, 2021) High short-term performance of the fund is unusual and investors should not expect such performance to be repeated.