Exchange Traded Fund

Type of investment company whose investment objective is to achieve the same return as a particular market index. An ETF is similar to an index fund in that it will primarily invest in the securities of companies that are included in a selected market index. An ETF will invest in either all of the securities or a representative sample of the securities included in the index.

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  • Exchange Traded Fund — Saltar a navegación, búsqueda Un Exchange Traded Fund (ETF por sus sigla en inglés), o fondo negociable en el mercado, es un fondo que permite tomar posiciones sobre un índice. El mercado de estos productos supone, según los especialistas de BFS …   Wikipedia Español

  • exchange-traded fund — exchangeˈ traded fund noun (finance) A type of investment fund that is administered so as to achieve the same return as a particular stock market index (abbrev ETF) • • • Main Entry: ↑exchange …   Useful english dictionary

  • Exchange-traded fund — (ETF) индексный фонд, паи которого обращаются на бирже. Этот биржевой инструмент получил широкое распространение на Западе, но пока отсутствует на российском рынке из за препятствий в законодательстве. Структура ETF в точности повторяет структуру …   Википедия

  • Exchange-traded fund — An exchange traded fund (ETF) is an investment fund traded on stock exchanges, much like stocks.[1] An ETF holds assets such as stocks, commodities, or bonds, and trades close to its net asset value over the course of the trading day. Most ETFs… …   Wikipedia

  • Exchange-traded fund — Ein Exchange traded fund (ETF) (zu Deutsch: börsengehandelter Fonds) ist ein Investmentfonds, der an der Börse gehandelt wird. ETF werden meist passiv verwaltet und werden im Normalfall nicht über die emittierende Investmentgesellschaft, sondern… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Exchange Traded Fund — Ein Exchange traded fund (ETF) (wörtlich börsengehandelter Fonds ) ist ein Indexfonds in Form eines Sondervermögens, der an der Börse gehandelt, meist passiv verwaltet wird und meist einen zugrundeliegenden Index abbildet.[1] Inhaltsverzeichnis 1 …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • exchange traded fund — ETF (Exchange traded fund) A collective investment vehicles which track indices they can allow low cost exposure to the performance of an index as quickly and efficiently as the most liquid UK stocks. London Stock Exchange Glossary Tracker or… …   Financial and business terms

  • Exchange Traded Fund — Tracker (finance) Un fonds indiciel coté (J.O. du 30 janvier 2005) ou en anglais tracker ou Exchange Traded Fund est un organisme de placement collectif en valeurs mobilières indiciel coté. Cet OPCVM a pour objet de répliquer la performance d’un… …   Wikipédia en Français

  • exchange traded fund — noun a mutual fund that is traded on a stock exchange • Syn: ↑ETF • Hypernyms: ↑mutual fund …   Useful english dictionary

  • Exchange Traded Fund — Similar to an index mutual fund, these tracking stocks trade continuously. Two popular ETFs are the Standard and Poor s depositary receipt ( SPDR) launched in 1993 and the NASDAQ 100 Index Tracking Stock ( QQQ) which was launched in 1999. These… …   Financial and business terms

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