What is an ETF?
An exchange traded fund (ETF) is one that aims to match the performance of the given index. Unlike traditional investment funds (which trade once a day), ETFs are traded on a stock exchange and can be bought or sold throughout the day.
The value of the investments and the income from them can fall as well as rise and are not guaranteed. The investor might not get back their initial investment.
Types of ETF
Examples of the many ETFs available are:
Advantages and disadvantages of an ETF
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