Top Tech ETFs to Add to Your Portfolio in 2022

Investors have been increasingly seeking out passive managed ETFs that provide low costs, flexibility, and transparency and offer options for  long-term investors.

An excellent broad-based ETF can give you exposure to all sectors, but looking into some sector ETFs like technology can offer more options to add to a portfolio. 

VGT has amassed assets over $51 billion, making it the largest ETF striving to match the technology sector's performance.

VGT: Vanguard Information Technology Index Fund ETF

What makes VGT a great ETF is the low costs that are associated with it and the impressive 10-year average. VGT will be a great addition to a portfolio to add more concentration to tech stocks.

QQQ: Investco's QQQ Trust ETF

Investco's QQQ Trust ETF (QQQ) happens to be one of the most significant exchange-traded funds.

According to, it is one of the most traded ETFs on the market. QQQ is a large liquid ETF that is composed of great growth companies like Apple (AAPL), Amazon (AMZN), and Microsoft (MSFT). 

Out of the top semiconductor ETFs, SMH has the best returns in 3- and 15 year periods. These periods also have had a better average than VOO and QQQ, with an average return of 18.1% over 15 years. 

SMH: VanEck Vectors Semiconductor ETF

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