Exchange-Traded Funds ETFs and CEFs Funds Investing

This category lists individual exchange-traded funds (ETFs) and ETF families. Exchange Traded Funds (ETFs) are open-end funds that trade in real-time in stock exchanges, like if they were ordinary company stock. They combine some of the advantages of stocks with those of mutual funds. ETFs are generally based on tax-efficient indices, and are therefore good choices for passive, buy-and-hold investment strategies. Unlike stocks, which cannot be shorted on a 'down-tick', they can be shorted on a down-tick. Moreover, unlike mutual funds, ETFs can have stop and/or limit orders.

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See Also:
  • ProShares - ETF offerings of Profunds, Inc. Known for their etfs and cefs funds Short, Ultra (leveraged) and UltraShort (leveraged and short) etfs and cefs funds products.
  • Wisdom Tree - Provides an extensive line of exchange-traded funds (ETFs), including fundamentally etfs and cefs weighted, sector and currency funds. Offers a 401(k) plan.
  • MarketRiders - Tools for building and managing ETF portfolios (e.g., rebalancing, alerts exchange-traded funds and asset allocation). Nearly all available ETFs are categorized into exchange-traded funds 11 asset classes.
  • iShares - Investment information for over 50 ETF index funds.
  • All About Exchange Trade Funds - Learn about ETFs and the many benefits they exchange-traded funds have funds over other regular assets.
  • ALPS ETFs - Exchange-traded funds offered by ALPS Inc., like the etfs and cefs Cohen & Steers Global Realty Majors real-estate-index ETF etfs and cefs (GRI).
  • - Managers of the extensive line of active and etfs and cefs passively-managed PowerShares exchange-traded funds. Offers product information and etfs and cefs tools.

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