I may write about the financial markets and investment opportunities on a regular basis, but there's one facet of investing that I haven't paid much attention to.
This is exchange traded funds (ETFs).
I used to be under the impression that ETFs weren't worth bothering with and trying to pick individual stocks for my own portfolio was the way to go.
But I always keep an open mind and whils... ››› more
Exchange traded funds (ETFs) are a great way to gain exposure to the stock market without having to pick individual shares.
So how do ETFs work? And how can you start investing in them?
Read on to find out more…
How ETFs work
ETFs are baskets of shares. By investing in ETFs you gain exposure to all the shares making up the basket of shares they hold.
For example... ››› more
ETFs or exchange traded funds, are a type of collective investment scheme. They work in a similar way to unit trusts, but they are listed on the stock market.
So if you want to invest in ETFs, how can you do it? And why should you consider investing in ETFs?
Read on to find out…
How to invest in ETFs
When you invest in ETFs, you’re buying shares in a fund. These shares are your ... ››› more
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