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ETF Battles: PBW vs. QCLN

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Which Clean Energy ETF Offers Better Growth Potential?

Are you ready to rumble? Season II of ETF Battles has arrived and in this episode you’ll watch a scuffle between the PBW (Invesco WilderHill Clean Energy ETF) vs QCLN (First Trust NASDAQ Clean Edge Green Energy Index ETF). Both ETFs invest in renewable energy, also known as “clean energy” stocks. Who wins the battle?

Ron DeLegge @ETFguide referees this audience requested matchup with guest judges Dave Nadig at ETF Trends and Todd Rosenbluth at CFRA Research providing their research insights.

Each ETF is judged against the other in key categories like cost, exposure strategy, performance and a mystery category. Find out who wins the battle.

Originally Posted on January 18, 2021

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