Exchange Traded Fund

What is ETF?

An Exchange-Traded Fund (ETF) is like a basket that holds a bunch of different investments, such as stocks, bonds, or commodities. It's similar to a mutual fund, but it can be bought and sold on a stock exchange, just like a regular stock. ETFs are popular because they offer a way for people to invest in a lot of different things all at once, so they can spread their risks and potentially make money. It's kind of like buying a variety pack of snacks instead of just one type, so if one snack isn't so tasty, you still have other snacks to enjoy. ETFs are a way for regular folks to invest in the stock market without needing a lot of money or expertise.

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New York Stock Exchange Arca

United States of America (the)


AMEX

2.722 ETF
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Amsterdam

Netherlands (the)


AMS

23 ETF

ASX

172 ETF
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Brussels

Belgium


BRU

11 ETF

BSE

57 ETF
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CBOE BZX

United States of America (the)


CBOE

44 ETF
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Copenhagen

Denmark


CPH

1 ETF
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Cboe Europe

Netherlands (the)


DXE

1 ETF
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BATS

United States of America (the)


ETF

793 ETF
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Paris

France


EURONEXT

641 ETF
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HKSE

Hong Kong


HKSE

111 ETF

IOB

2 ETF
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Johannesburg

South Africa


JNB

21 ETF
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Tokyo

Japan


JPX

2 ETF
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KSE

Pakistan


KSC

374 ETF

LSE

2.843 ETF
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Moscow Stock Exchange

Russian Federation (the)


MCX

19 ETF
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Mexico

Mexico


MEX

4 ETF
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Milan

Italy


MIL

117 ETF
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NASDAQ

United States of America (the)


NASDAQ

735 ETF
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NEO

Canada


NEO

10 ETF
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New York Stock Exchange

United States of America (the)


NYSE

83 ETF
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NZSE

New Zealand


NZE

34 ETF

PNK

79 ETF
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Saudi

Saudi Arabia


SAU

7 ETF

SES

9 ETF

SHH

2 ETF
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Swiss Exchange

Switzerland


SIX

209 ETF

TSX

878 ETF

XETRA

1.820 ETF