10 Questions About ETFs You’ve Been Too Afraid To Ask
As the exchange-traded world continues to expand, many investors find themselves asking the same questions about how these products work. Of course, not everyone is as vocal about their curiosities, leaving a number of unanswered questions in the space. In an ongoing effort to keep you educated about the ETF world, we mapped out ten questions you may have been too afraid to ask [see also How To Pick The Right ETF Every Time]. 1. What Is An ETF? It seems basic, but as ETFs continue to grow in popularity, more and more investors find themselves asking this question. An ETF is basically an ownership stake in a pool of assets. When an investor buys an ETF share, he or she is buying a small percentage ownership of a large portfolio of stocks, bonds or other assets. ETFs allow a large number of investors to basically “share” in a larger, more diversified [...] Click here to read the original article on ETFdb.com. Related Posts: Ten Commandments Of ETF Investing For ETF Investors, The Details Matter Six Reasons To Consider Dumping SPY Beyond SPY: Nine Alternatives To S&P 500 ETFs Ten Unexpected Observations On YTD ETF Returns
As the exchange-traded world continues to expand, many investors find themselves asking the same questions about how these products work. Of course, not everyone is as vocal about their curiosities, leaving a number of unanswered questions in the space. In an ongoing effort to keep you educated about the ETF world, we mapped out ten questions you may have been too afraid to ask [see also How To Pick The Right ETF Every Time]. 1. What Is An ETF? It seems basic, but as ETFs continue to grow in popularity, more and more investors find themselves asking this question. An ETF is basically an ownership stake in a pool of assets. When an investor buys an ETF share, he or she is buying a small percentage ownership of a large portfolio of stocks, bonds or other assets. ETFs allow a large number of investors to basically “share” in a larger, more diversified [...]

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