NEW YORK (
TheStreet) -- Here are five ETFs to watch this week.
Investors holding QQQ will want to stay vigilant at the start of the week when the
Nasdaq's well-documented and anxiously awaited rebalance goes into effect.
A number of companies including
(MSFT) will see their weightings change.
The firm, however, that most investors will likely have their eyes on will be
(AAPL - Get Report)
. After the rebalance, the tech goliath will remain the index's largest component. However, its weighting will be dropped by 8 percentage points to 12.5%.
QQQ's performance could prove choppy over the short run as this readjustment takes place but I urge investors to stay calm. This fund remains an attractive option for tech-hungry investors.
Guggenheim Solar Energy ETF
The solar energy industry got a lift at the end of last week. News that French energy giant
was planning to take majority control of
sent shares of the American solar firm soaring over 35% on Friday.
SunPower represents 3% of TAN's portfolio, placing it just shy of the fund's top 10 holdings.
Looking to this week, industry leader
will be a major focus as it steps up to report its quarterly earnings performance. The company's results will have a major impact on TAN's performance. FSLR accounts for nearly 15% of its portfolio.
First Trust ISE Revere Natural Gas Index Fund
The oil industry was busy last week as a number of top integrated oil giants stepped up to the earnings plate. This week, however, it appears as though natural gas will be in the earnings spotlight.
A number of companies comprising FCG's top 10 positions will report their quarterly performance this week. Firms include
Other notable natural gas players companies such as
will be reporting as well.
As I've mentioned in the past, using FCG is a safer and more reliable option strategy for tracking the performance of natural gas than futures-based products like the
United States Natural Gas Fund
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