Several exchange-traded funds will be closely watching the tournament this year.
Based on impressive results and solid growth prospects, investors could definitely focus on funds that have a larger allocation to this social network giant.
The Global X fund has seen its fortunes rise along with those of its top investments.
Internet and social-media stocks are flying high again, and exchange-traded funds in the sector are outperforming the market.
If the stock is too risky to buy outright, consider these funds for some indirect exposure.
If you can stomach some risk, consider allocating a small percentage of your portfolio to one of these high-flying funds riding momentous trends.
You can expect the usual suspects, like Amazon, Google and Facebook, but what about China's largest Internet company?
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