Ride the Global X Millennials Thematic ETF Wave

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Now on to today’s Trade of the Day

I’m sure you’ve heard about the enormous spending power that’s now occurring with millennials.

A millennial is someone with a birthday between 1981 and 1996. And right now, the oldest millennials are turning 38, which is the beginning of their prime spending years.

According to demographic data, consumer spending is the highest between ages 35 and 49, and then it begins to taper off with those over 50. Barron’s just revealed that millennial spending will account for 25% of total U.S. retail sales in 2020, which is $1.4 trillion annually.

From an investment standpoint, what’s the simplest, safest and perhaps even the most profitable way to play this enormous spending shift?

Well, that’s simple: Buy the Global X Millennials Thematic ETF (Nasdaq: MILN).

Line graph - Global X Millennials Thematic ETF Daily

The Global X Millennials Thematic ETF is a thematic exchange-traded fund. That is, it attempts to structure its holdings around a certain trend or spending theme. In this case, that trend is the spending power and preferences of the millennial generation.

This is one of the newer ways to categorize ETFs – and it sounds more interesting than “consumer discretionary” or “consumer staple.”

Seems to me like the finance guys are getting a little creative, and they’re exercising their marketing muscle.

Regardless of the name, it’s clear the Global X Millennials Thematic ETF is worthy of your investment consideration. This past week, it hit a record high and is up 21% year to date. And from a timing perspective, this recent Chinese trade war sell-off could offer you a great opportunity to enter it.

As an owner of the ETF, you’ll get exposure to these top holdings:

  • Disney
  • Facebook
  • VF Corporation
  • PayPal
  • Amazon
  • Twitter
  • Nike
  • Starbucks
  • Booking Holdings
  • eBay.

Action Plan: Millennial investors love exchange-traded funds. According to a Charles Schwab survey released back in June, 9 out of 10 millennials now believe ETFs are important to have in their portfolios. With the Global X Millennials Thematic ETF, you can own full exposure to millennial preferences, spending patterns and lifestyles – all with one simple play.

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