facebookCould anyone let me know how ETF works? What do I need to know or take note of before starting on investing in ETF? Which ETFs are the most recommended ones? - Seedly

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          Anonymous

          09 Mar 2020

          General Investing

          Could anyone let me know how ETF works? What do I need to know or take note of before starting on investing in ETF? Which ETFs are the most recommended ones?

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              Kenneth Lou

              Kenneth Lou

              03 Jul 2018

              Level 14·Co-founder at Seedly

              Hi there :) This is a pretty good question. I will start with a simple one:

              Exchange Traded Fund (ETF)

              • An ETF is a passively managed investment fund which is traded on the stock market
              • Passively managed because it just tracks the index (for example, buys the top 30 companies based on a certain allocation) hence lower fees
              • Traded on stock market indicates that it has high liquidity of buyers and sellers, which is a good thing for investors

              You can actually read more about one of the more common ETFs bought in Singapore the STI ETF: Singapore's leading index fund.

              Here: https://blog.seedly.sg/how-to-sti-etf-a-simple-...

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                  Etf is a basket of passively management fund which can be traded in the stock market. Our sti etf consist of the 30 largest companies in singapore. By buying into the sti etf, you will be diversifying into the different companies.

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                      Excellent idea of You considering ETFs.

                      They are a cheap and safe collective investing instruments....

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