We help you navigate the basics of ETF investing, whats happening in the markets and more.
An exchange-traded fund (ETF) is a low-cost investment fund that tracks the performance of a chosen index - whether the trend is rising or falling - by investing in a basket of stocks or bonds designed to replicate the index's holdings.
ETFs are growing in popularity as they are considered to be simple, transparent and low-cost - they allow all types of investors to access professionally managed investments without a high price tag.
Let's explore more about how they work, why they are such good value for money and how you can use them for your investments.
There are thousands of ETFs to choose from. Narrowing it down can be tough but it doesn’t have to be.
ETFs aim to track the performance of an index but their success depends on many things
There are lots of words we use in investing that you don't see every day. If you get stuck, our glossary explains all in a way that makes it easy to understand.