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Hot Semiconductor Stocks Power Biggest YTD Gains In The Chip Sector: (SPGP)

FYI: Large and midcap growth dominated U.S. diversified stock funds during the past month, while resurgent semiconductor stocks fueled chip-focused sector funds .

Invesco S&P 500 GARP (SPGP) topped diversified stock ETFs with a 33.4% year-to-date gain through Nov. 13, according to Morningstar Direct. The $345.6 million fund, which tracks the S&P 500 Growth at a Reasonable Price Index, was called Invesco Russell Top 200 Pure Growth and tracked the Russell 200 Pure Growth Index until June 21.

M* Snapshot SPGP:


  • The article is about individual stocks and ETFs, but there is a mutual fund in this space: Fidelity Select Semiconductors (FSELX)

    It's my largest holding (held in my IRA) and I'm smiling right now -- total return: up 55% YTD, up 19.55%/year for ten years.

    We also put FLSEX in my wife's Roth IRA when she first opened it years ago.

    It's volatile though.
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