Gain exposure to six tech giants in one ETF.

Big Tech has been a bright spot in the markets because of the booming interest in AI, strong advertising revenue and cloud growth. FANGMA is an acronym that represents some of the most important companies in big tech today - Facebook (Meta Platforms), Amazon, Netflix, Google, Microsoft, and Apple. FANGMA stocks are responsible for a significant portion of market gains and economic growth over the past decade. Currently, high share prices may deter investors from adding all of these companies individually to a portfolio. Gain exposure to all six companies for a reasonable unit price with the Evolve FANGMA Index ETF (TECH ETF). Explore button

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