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AI and technology ETFs go beyond the FAANGs

Two ETF providers who are right at the heart of the artificial intelligence and new technology industries are interviewed in this week’s ETF Express newsletter. 

The first, Qraft Technologies, hails from South Korea, which has advised other AI ETFs and now launched its own products. Allan Lane writes on Qraft’s Qraft AI Enhanced US Large Cap Momentum ETF, in his In My Opinion column this week.

The second is GinsGlobal, who launched its Cloud and Innovative technologies ETFs earlier this year through HANetf and has now launched in the healthcare technology sector. Recovery rates from AI supported surgery can be two to three times faster, says Anthony Ginsberg, GinsGlobal’s MD.

Meanwhile, the Woodford debacle continues to cause disruption in the wealth sector. Turn to our sister publication, Wealth Adviser, for the latest update, including an interview with veteran wealth manager, Lee Robertson, who advises ETF providers to focus on the fact that ETFs do not need a wealth of due diligence before a client invests.

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Beverly Chandler,
Managing Editor, etfexpress

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