What are Exchange Traded Funds (ETFs)?
An ETF is a fund that is listed and traded on a stock exchange, which can be bought or sold directly during normal trading hours, similar to a stock. ETFs differ as they consist of a basket of securities which may hold stocks, bonds, or other assets such as commodities. The asset mix of an ETF generally aims to track the performance of an index or provide exposure to an asset class.
Maximize portfolio performance by matching investment needs with the right
Benefits of ETFs
Understanding Liquidity and building Equity
How does the ETF liquidity mechanism work?