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Buy Global X Cybersecurity ETF On Every Dip

Dec. 02, 2021 2:21 PM ETGlobal X Cybersecurity ETF (BUG)AVASF, GEN, PANW, ZS14 Comments
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Khen Elazar
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Summary

  • BUG is one of my favorite ETFs to invest in during these times.
  • The companies in the ETF capitalize on the challenges of cybersecurity.
  • With Covid being less relevant, investors should consider buying on dips.

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Introduction

The new Omicron variant is increasing the level of uncertainty in the public. Pfizer and Moderna are still examining the efficacy of their vaccine against this new variant, and in the meantime, the governments are taking measures to

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Comments (14)

How would this ETF perform to probable rising interest rates?
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How do you value an ETF like BUG?
Fair to assume that demand for cybersecurity will continue to grow. But there are a lot of cybersecurity companies, and no doubt more on the way. So is BUG worth $25 a share? Or $35 a share? Or something else? There is no dividend, and no P/E.
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Personally, I've been using CIBR for many years, but I'm open to BUG. I would be interested in seeing an actual review in their methodologies. I backtested CIBR to 2010 and it gives almost a 14.5% return (not including AUM costs). Sadly, IDXX doesn't provide index date before the ETF was incepted, so looking under the hood would be most important. Maybe you can give your take?
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How would you compare BUG with HACK ? Thanks
Awayk profile picture
Thank you and I agree, Khen, I like BUG's holdings and lower expense ratio over HACK. Any reason NET would not be included in BUG's holdings?
Green Elmo a.k.a. User 48289781 profile picture
Why has BUG declined from $34 and change Nov. 10 to close at $31.11 today?
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@Green Elmo a.k.a. User 48289781 Threat of rising interest rates make growth stocks less attractive.
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BUG has about doubled since 2020; any guesses in how far a retreat the price might go?
SleepyInSeattle profile picture
Long BUG. I own only 1 share just to keep it in my radar. I am skeptical.
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I think cybersecurity is kind of a "no brainer" as an attractive long term investment, but given the valuations and the evolving technology I am building my position slowly. Long BUG.
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I assume they hold positions in CRWD and S also?
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@Romans1121 All holdings available on Globalx web site.
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@Romans1121 as a matter of fact, they DO đź‘Ť
hawkrnc_19 profile picture
Long term which I personally define in years not weeks or months this etf should work fine.
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