Exchange traded fund

• Abbreviated ETS. An open-ended Mutual Fund that can be continuously traded throughout the day. ETFs attempt to replicate the changes of an index of a specific financial market, so active management is unnecessary. See also: Index Fund.


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1035 exchange
American stock exchange
Annual fund operating expenses
Asset allocation fund
Back end loan fund
Balanced fund
Balanced mutual fund
Bill of exchange
Bond fund
Chicago mercantile exchange
Closed end fund
Closed end investment company or fund
Commodities exchange center
Diversified common stock fund
Employee stock fund
Exchange controls
Exchange for physicals
Exchange of assets
Exchange of stock
Exchange offer
Exchange rate
Exchange rate mechanism
Exchange rate risk
Exchange rate risk capital budgeting
Exchange risk
Expectations theory of forward exchange rates
Fixed exchange rate
Floating exchange rate
Foreign exchange
Foreign exchange controls
Foreign exchange dealer
Foreign exchange fx risk
Foreign exchange manager
Foreign exchange rate
Foreign exchange risk
Foreign exchange swap
Forward exchange rate
Fund family
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Global fund
Gold exchange standard
Growth fund
Growth fund or growth stocks
Hedge fund
Hedge fund types
Historical exchange rate
Income fund
Index fund
Industry fund
Interest impact on sinking fund factor
International fund
International monetary fund
Load fund
London international financial futures exchange
Match fund
Membership or a seat on the exchange
Money market fund
Municipal bond fund
Mutual fund
Mutual fund theorem
New york stock exchange
No load fund
No load mutual fund
Nominal exchange rate
Open end fund
Organized exchange
Philadelphia stock exchange
Publicly traded
Publicly traded assets
Purchase fund
Pure index fund
Ratio of exchange
Ratio of exchange in market price
Real exchange rates
Regional fund
Revenue fund
Sector fund
Securities and exchange commission
Securities and exchange commission sec
Securities exchange act of 1934
Simex singapore international monetary exchange
Single country fund
Sinking fund
Sinking fund requirement
Specialized fund
Spot exchange rate
Stock exchange
The exchange
Thinly traded
Two fund separation theorem
Value fund or value stocks

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