An Exchange Traded Fund (ETF) is a mutual fund that is listed and traded on a stock exchange. Most ETFs are created with the aim of matching the performance of market indices, which are typically well known references for a market, such as the FTSE 100 Index.
Since they are listed on a stock exchange, investors buy and sell ETFs using a stock broker or market maker. You do not need to deal with the transfer agent of the investment management company in the way that you would typically need to when investing in a traditional mutual fund.
Search for an Exchange Traded Fund by entering the Exchange Traded Fund name. Tip: Try entering just part of the name to get more results, then refine as appropriate.
|iShares TecDAX (OTC)||€ 17.17||+99.2%|
|iShares DJ EURO STOXX Banks (OTC)||€ 13.85||+31.9%|
|iShares DJ STOXX 50 (OTC)||€ 32.54||+15.9%|
|ETFS Commodity Securities Limited ETFS 3X Daily Short Coffee||$24.83||+8.7%|
|ETFS Commodity Securities Limited ETFS 3X Daily Long Sugar||$54.79||+7.9%|
|ETFS Commodity Securities Limited ETFS 3X Daily Long Coffe||$37.31||-8.5%|
|ETFS Commodity Securities Limited ETFS 3X Daily Short Sugar||$12.54||-7.8%|
|ETFS Commodity Securities Daily Long Soybean Oil||$2.54||-6.7%|
|ETFS Commodity Securities Daily Long Coffee||$2.64||-5.7%|
|ETF Securities Carbon EUR||€ 3.57||-5.5%|