Three ETFs that Wall Street says are ready to pop

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A group of ETFs could be ready to rise should analyst forecasts for the individual holdings of these funds come to fruition.

By using a proprietary method to scan these fast-trading funds, CNBC Pro searched for the ones that have increasing money flows and whose member stocks have a bright outlook.

Using data from and FactSet, we first ran a screen of more than 500 ETFs focused on different sectors and slices of the market in order to find the funds with positive price momentum.

Once we narrowed the list, we calculated the average 12-month return for a typical stock in the ETF based on the consensus Wall Street price target estimate for each individual member.

Below are the three funds, along with some of their stock holdings, that should see the biggest gains due to a boost in short-term money flow and as their individual members reach bottom-up projections.

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