What is an ETF?
An ETF (Exchange traded funds) is a basket of securities (e.g. stocks) that tracks an underlying index. An index is a portfolio of securities like stocks or bonds designed to represent an asset class, market or market segment.
What is an example of an ETF index?
The MSCI World index is a global equity index that represents more than 1600 large and mid-cap stocks across all 23 developed markets countries.
What are the benefits of an ETF?
ETFs offer lower operating costs, flexible trading and greater transparency than traditional investment funds.
How can I buy ETFs?
Exchange Traded Funds can be bought and sold through a brokerage firm on a stock exchange.
Additional ETF information - external content in German -
ETF Sparplan Guide für Österreich
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