Exchange Traded Products – A Natural Counterparty (Part 1)
A new instrument that caught the world’s attention 20 years back is continuing to gain popularity. Exchange Traded Funds (ETFs) were first introduced in 1990 in Canada, and investors quickly realized how ETFs can transform the dimensions of investments in future. While the market is launching new innovative kinds of ETFs – thereby increasing the size of the ETF market – investors should carefully choose the kinds that prove beneficial for their portfolios. Our aim is to give readers a complete overview on ETFs and how they trade in the market.
Types of ETFs
Structure of ETFs (physical and synthetic)
Benefits and Drawbacks of this investment kind
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