The most important financial terms - with simple and concise explanations.
ETF (Exchange Traded Fund)
ETFs are investment funds that are traded directly on a stock exchange and track the performance of an index such as the DAX or the S&P 500. There are also ETFs on bond, commodity and real estate indices. The management fee of ETFs is usually cheaper than that of classic actively managed funds. There is no upfront/entry fee when purchasing ETFs.
There are risks associated with investing. The value of your investment may fall or rise. Losses of the capital invested may occur. Past performance, simulations or forecasts are not a reliable indicator of future performance. Please refer to our risk information.
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