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Exchange traded funds (ETF)
13 Apr 2021 (323 views)

An exchange traded fund (ETF) is an investment fund that is created by an asset manager and is traded on an exchange.

Some ETFs are index fund that is created to mirror the performance of a market index, such as the S&P500 or the Straits Times Index. Some funds invest in several stocks of an industry sector.

The expense ratio calculates the fees charged by the asset manager as a percentage of the value of the fund. Most ETFs have an expense ratio below 1%. The lowest ratio is 0.09% p.a. 

The table below shows the ETFs that are available to investors in Singapore. They can be traded through an online platform, such as POEMS 2.0.

 



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An exchange traded fund (ETF) is an investment fund that is created by an asset manager and is traded on an exchange.

Some ETFs are index fund that is created to mirror the performance of a market index, such as the S&P500 or the Straits Times Index. Some funds invest in several stocks of an industry sector.

The expense ratio calculates the fees charged by the asset manager as a percentage of the value of the fund. Most ETFs have an expense ratio below 1%. The lowest ratio is 0.09% p.a. 

The table below shows the ETFs that are available to investors in Singapore. They can be traded through an online platform, such as POEMS 2.0.