This category lists individual exchange-traded funds (ETFs) and ETF families. Exchange Traded Funds (ETFs) are open-end funds that trade in real-time in stock exchanges, like if they were ordinary company stock. They combine some of the advantages of stocks with those of mutual funds. ETFs are generally based on tax-efficient indices, and are therefore good choices for passive, buy-and-hold investment strategies. Unlike stocks, which cannot be shorted on a 'down-tick', they can be shorted on a down-tick. Moreover, unlike mutual funds, ETFs can have stop and/or limit orders.
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All About Exchange Trade Funds
Learn about ETFs and the many benefits they have over other regular assets.
Exchange-traded funds offered by ALPS Inc., like the Cohen & Steers Global Realty Majors real-estate-index ETF (GRI).
Managers of the extensive line of active and passively-managed PowerShares exchange-traded funds. Offers product information and tools.
Investment information for over 50 ETF index funds.
Tools for building and managing ETF portfolios (e.g., rebalancing, alerts and asset allocation). Nearly all available ETFs are categorized into 11 asset classes.
ETF offerings of Profunds, Inc. Known for their Short, Ultra (leveraged) and UltraShort (leveraged and short) products.
Provides an extensive line of exchange-traded funds (ETFs), including fundamentally weighted, sector and currency funds. Offers a 401(k) plan.
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