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Quantum Computing ETF up over 40 per cent YTD

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Defiance ETFs Quantum Computing ETF (QTUM) is up over 40 brew cent YTD on the back of multiple technological breakthroughs.

“We have seen increased institutional interest in QTUM, given the recent announcement of Google reaching quantum supremacy,” says Chief Executive Officer Matthew Bielski.

QTUM tracks a rules-based index that gives you exposure to the next generation of computing, including disruptive companies building out quantum computing and machine learning technology. QTUM is part of an ETF family that also includes FIVG, the First 5G ETF; and DIET, focused on next gen food and sustainability.

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