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ETFs – One trade for instant exposure to a variety of market sectors

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Instead of spending time and resources scanning the markets for new investment opportunities, you can choose ETFs that track the performance of indices, bonds, and stocks from specific industries.

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If you're looking for rapid diversification, reduced costs, and fast trading, choose your category and invest in ETFs

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Invest in ETFs

Why invest in ETFs

They're growing in popularity

Throughout time, investors have left their actively managed portfolios and switched to the newest form of index funds: ETFs.

They bring variety to each trade

With an ETF, your money is spread across multiple investments, so you purchase a basket of assets instead of buying each component separately.

They are a cost-effective investment

ETFs are an interesting option because they don't cost much upfront - you pay for one trade and get a fully diversified portfolio.

They come with no surprises

ETFs are generally transparent because the underlying investments are always visible. The holdings of an ETF can be viewed on the Fund company's website, which is updated daily.

They make it easy to access the markets

Because there's an ETF for almost anything you can trade, an investor can easily access hard-to-reach markets such as emerging ones.

They are not difficult to understand

If you want to invest in a certain industry or copy the returns of a certain index, all it takes is one trade to get started with ETFs. And because ETFs trade like stocks, you can trade them anytime during market hours.

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FAQ

  • Why might ETFs be a good financial move?

    ETFs are well-liked investments among active and passive investors because they offer cost-efficient access to various asset classes, business sectors, and global markets.

  • Are ETFs suitable for beginners?

    ETFs could be a good choice for new traders because of the low expense ratios, abundant liquidity, a wide range of options, diversification, and low investment threshold.

  • What's the difference between ETFs and mutual funds?

    Most ETFs are index funds, which is a big difference. On the other hand, most investments in mutual funds are active strategies that seek to outperform the market.

  • ETF dividends: do they exist?

    ETFs buy stocks on behalf of their investors and distribute dividends. Most ETFs pay quarterly dividends based on the number of shares the investor holds. Some ETFs also pay out monthly dividends.

  • What was the 1st ETF?

    Frequently, the SPDR S&P 500 ETF (SPY), introduced by State Street Global Advisors on January 22, 1993, is recognized as the first exchange-traded fund (ETF). However, some securities called Index Participation Units were listed on the Toronto Stock Exchange (TSX) and tracked the Toronto 35 Index before the SPY was created. These securities first appeared in 1990.