These are the ETFs with the most exposure to the years best-performing stock – MarketWatch
Semiconductor behemoth Nvidia Corp. NVDA, +0.03% is the biggest gainer in the S&P 500 SPX, +0.28% for the year to date, up 127%, heftily ahead of second-place West Pharmaceuticals Inc. WST, -0.07%, which has only gained 87%. The exchange-traded funds with the most exposure to Nvidia aren’t pure-play chipmaker ETFs, however, and they have varying track records. The Global X Robotics and Artificial Intelligence ETF BOTZ, +0.25%, with nearly 9% of its portfolio in the stock, has gained 41% so far in 2020. Nvidia shares make up a little over 8% of the VanEck Vectors Video Gaming & eSports ETF ESPO, +3.20%, which has gained over 64% this year. The Inspire 100 ETF BIBL, +0.28%, which says it invests in “inspiring, biblically aligned large companies,” has 8% of its portfolio in Nvidia shares, and has returned 17% so far this year. The Pacer BioThreat Strategy ETF VIRS, +0.10% has a slightly bigger holding than the Inspire fund, but has only been open since late June.