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Twitter Inc. (TWTR) couldn't catch a break Wednesday, falling 4.9% Wednesday afternoon in spite of reporting its second-consecutive, and second ever, quarterly profit. 

Rival Snap Inc. (SNAP) was also down, falling 7.8%, while Facebook Inc. (FB) , which has seen its own troubles over the past three weeks, was up slightly ahead of the company's earnings release after the closing bell. 

April has been a tough month all around for tech stocks as Facebook has seen intense government and media scrutiny, chipmakers Broadcom (AVGO) and Qualcomm (QCOM) have also been subject to headwinds emanating from Washington, and mediocre earnings from Taiwan Semiconductor Co. (TSM) that was due to a decline in smartphone decline. 

Apple Inc. (AAPL) shares were initially hit hard by the tech selloff Wednesday, only to bounce back and trade 1.4% higher as CEO Tim Cook attended a closed-door meeting with President Trump in the afternoon. 

Here are 5 technology ETFs that have had a positive month of trading in spite of the headwinds, but were caught up in Wednesday's selloff. 

SPDR S&P Technology Hardware ETF (XTH) - was down 2.35% Wednesday after rising 2.9% over the past four weeks, according to Nasdaq. 

iShares Edge MSCI Multifactor Tech ETF (TCHF) - was down 4.34% Wednesday after rising 3.3% over the past four weeks, according to Nasdaq. 

SPDR Kensho Future Security ETF  (XKFS)  - was down 1.95% Wednesday after rising 3.4% over the past four weeks, according to Nasdaq. 

First Trust NASDAQ Cybersecurity ETF (CIBR) - was down 0.74% Wednesday after rising 3.8% over the past four weeks, according to Nasdaq. 

ETFMG Prime Cyber Security ETF (HACK) - was down 1.37% Wednesday after rising 5.4% over the past four weeks.