List of Mid-Cap Growth, Value, and Blend Style ETFs

Investing Style ETFs that Fall in the Mid Cap Category

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Mid-cap style ETFs usually consist of companies with market capitalizations under $10 billion dollars, but over $1 million. So if you tend to prefer to invest in mid-cap stocks, here is a list of mid-cap ETFs that could make your investing life a whole lot easier.

Mid-Cap Blend ETFs

  • CZA - Claymore Zacks Mid-Cap Core ETF
  • DON - WisdomTree Mid Cap Dividend ETF
  • EWRM - Rydex Russell Mid Cap Equal Weight ETF
  • EZM - Wisdom Tree MidCap Earnings ETF
  • FNX - First Trust Mid Cap Core Alpha DEX ETF
  • FVI - First Trust Value Line Equity Allocation Index ETF
  • IJH - iShares S&P Mid Cap 400 Index ETF
  • IVOO - Vanguard S&P Mid Cap 400 ETF
  • IWR - iShares Russell Midcap Index ETF
  • JKG - iShares Morning Star Mid Core Index ETF
  • JHMM - John Hancock Multifactor Mid Cap ETF
  • JSMD - Janus Small Mid Cap Growth Alpha ETF
  • JPME - JP Morgan Diversified Return U.S. Mid Cap Equity ETF
  • MDY - MidCap SPDRs
  • MDLL - Direxion Daily Mid Cap Bull 2X Shares ETF
  • MVV - Ultra Mid Cap400 ProShares ETF
  • NFO - Claymore Sabrient Insider ETF
  • PDP - Power Shares DWA Technical Leaders ETF
  • PIQ - Power Shares Dynamic MagniQuant ETF
  • PXMC - Power Shares Fundamental Pure Mid Core Portfolio
  • RYJ - Claymore Raymond James SB-1 Equity ETF
  • REGL - Pro Shares S&P MidCap 400 Dividend Aristocrats ETF
  • SCHM - Schwab US Mid Cap ETF
  • SMDD - UltraPro Short Mid Cap 400 ETF
  • UMDD - UltraPro Mid Cap 400 ETF
  • VO - Vanguard Mid Cap ETF
  • VXF - Vanguard Extended Market Index ETF
  • XMLV - Power Shares S&P Mid Cap Low Volatility Portfolio ETF

Mid-Cap Growth ETFs

  • FAD - First Trust Multi Cap Growth Alpha DEX ETF
  • FNY - First Trust Mid Cap Growth Alpha Dex Fund
  • FVL - First Trust Value Line 100 ETF
  • IJK - iShares S&P Mid Cap 400 Growth Index ETF
  • IVOG - Vanguard S&P Mid Cap 400 Growth ETF
  • IWP - iShares Russell Mid cap Growth Index ETF
  • JKH - iShares Morning Star Mid Growth Index ETF
  • MDYG - SPDR S&P 400 Mid Cap Growth ETF
  • PIV - Power Shares Value Line Timeliness Select ETF
  • PXMG - Power shares Fundamental Pure Mid Growth Portfolio
  • PWO - Power Shares Dynamic OTC ETF
  • RFG - Rydex S&P Mid cap 400 Pure Growth ETF
  • UKW - Ultra Russell Mid Cap Growth ProShares ETF
  • VOT - Vanguard Mid Cap Growth ETF

Mid-Cap Value ETFs

  • CSD - Claymore Beacon Spin Off ETF
  • CVY - Claymore Zacks Multi Asset Income ETF
  • FAB - First Trust Multi Cap Value Alpha DEX ETF
  • FNK - First Trust Mid Cap Value Alpha Dex Fund
  • IJJ - iShares S&P Mid Cap 400 Value Index ETF
  • IVOV - Vanguard S&P Mid Cap 400 Value ETF
  • IWS - iShares Russell Mid cap Value Index ETF
  • JKI - iShares Morning Star Mid Value Index ETF
  • MDYV - SPDR S&P 400 Mid Cap Value ETF
  • PEY - Power Shares High Yield Dividend Achievers ETF
  • PXMV - Power shares Fundamental Pure Mid Value Portfolio
  • RFV - Rydex S&P Midcap 400 Pure Value ETF
  • RWK - Revenue Shares Mid Cap ETF
  • UVU - Ultra Russell Mid Cap Value ProShares ETF
  • VOE - Vanguard Mid-Cap Value ETF

Mid-Cap Foreign ETFs

  • BRAZ - Global X Brazil Mid Cap ETF

And as with any investment, a company stock, an ETF, Index or otherwise, please make sure you thoroughly research this exchange-traded fund or any financial asset before making any trades (long or short).

Conduct your due diligence, watch how these funds react to different market conditions, take a look under the hood and see what is in the funds. If you have any questions or concerns, make sure you consult a stockbroker, a financial advisor, or another financial industry professional.

While ETFs have many advantages, they have many disadvantages as well (as does any investment). So it is very important to understand the investment vehicle before you trade it. But once you have a full understanding on these ETFs, you can consider adding either or both to your portfolio. Good luck with all of your trades!