Exchange-Traded Funds (ETF)
An exchange-traded fund (ETF) is a type of investment vehicle that tracks the performance of a particular asset, index, or basket of assets. ETFs are traded on stock exchanges, and they are designed to offer investors exposure to a broad range of assets or markets in a single investment.
ETFs typically consist of a diverse portfolio of assets, such as stocks, bonds, commodities, or currencies, and they are managed by professional fund managers. ETFs offer investors the benefits of diversification, low costs, and liquidity, as they can be bought and sold on stock exchanges throughout the trading day.
There are many different types of ETFs available, including those that track specific sectors, industries, or regions, as well as those that are designed to achieve specific investment objectives, such as income, growth, or risk management. ETFs can be a useful tool for investors looking to diversify their portfolio and gain exposure to a wide range of assets or markets.
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