What is an ETF?
An ETF (Exchange traded funds) is a basket of securities (e.g. stocks) that tracks an underlying index. An index is a portfolio of securities like stocks or bonds designed to represent an asset class, market or market segment.
What is an example of an ETF index?
The MSCI World index is a global equity index that represents more than 1600 large and mid-cap stocks across all 23 developed markets countries.
What are the benefits of an ETF?
ETFs offer lower operating costs than traditional funds, flexible trading and greater transparency.
How can I buy ETFs?
Exchange Traded Funds can be bought and sold through a brokerage firm on a stock exchange. Another option is to register at a Robo-Advisor which invests with ETFs.
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