ETF CFD trading

Trade CFDs on the most popular exchange-traded funds (ETFs) and benefit from rising or falling prices

What is an ETF?

ETFs are passive investment products that it’s price aims to track the basket of assets under the ETF. In ETF investing, traders do not have to acquire the investment product physically. Mutual funds such as The Vanguard Group, Commonwealth Funds, Morningstar, and BlackRock manage ETFs. A diverse range of companies are contained inside the fund.

An exchange-traded fund (ETF) is a passive investment fund traded on global stock exchanges. ETFs are popular financial instruments combining the advantages and benefits of investing in stocks, unlike mutual funds trading, over and above the benefits of trading in Index CFDs. Like other types of funds, ETFs pull together capital from traders into a basket of various investments, including stocks, bonds and other security assets.

ETFs usually represent several asset classes, which means that the objective of the ETF is to replicate the performance of that asset class. ETFs track specific assets such as stocks, bonds, commodities, and currency indices; thus, traders consider exchange-traded funds (ETFs) as a classic among portfolio diversification investments. ETFs are valuable financial assets that offer numerous advantages and could be an excellent financial instrument for traders to reach their trading goals. In 2021, ETFs reached a volume of $5.83T (USD), with nearly 2,354 ETF products traded on US stock exchanges.

ETF contracts are:

  • A modern instrument for diversifying an investment portfolio

  • Using the potential of various sectors from around the world

  • Possibility to join the current investment trend

  • Access to ready-made baskets of shares from the most interesting markets: new technology, healthcare, raw materials, or the biotechnology sector from one application.