Homebuilding shares are coming.
But investors should review their options before they blindly buy into space, Dave Nadig, Managing Director of ETF.com, said in the same interview.
He explained that while iShares US Home Construction ETF is market-covered, a risk-weighted feature that means larger companies means a larger portfolio of the portfolio than their smaller counterparties, its holdings are closely linked to homebuilding, its top stocks include names like Lennar, DR Horton and PulteGroup
SPDR S & P Homebuilders ETFs, on the other hand, are balanced, which means that SMEs get the same degree important, but it is more of an indirect game of residential construction, said Nadig. Shares like Lowes and Owens Corning exercise their inventory list.  "When you're looking at what's really a theme, not a sector, I tend to think that the cap weighting here can really help you," said Nadig. "The one weighed here spreads you really thin across Home Depot and Lowes and companies that you might not think of as being home-building businesses. So here I like the market-based weight version."
SPDR S & P Homebuilders ETF and iShares US Home Construction ETF both continued to trade higher in Monday's session.