Websites for Exchange-Traded Funds

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Finding timely data on exchange-traded funds (ETFs) is becoming increasingly important as more investors are looking to these investments for their diversification benefits and low cost. Prospectuses, performance information, tracking error, and other reports be downloaded at the ETF sponsor sites.

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Discussion

Megan from California posted over 2 years ago:

Which sites give tracking error without a paid subscription?


John c from Illinois posted over 2 years ago:

Another site I find very useful is

www.etfresearchcenter.com

which does bottom up valuations and forward looking valuations on many etfs.


Charles from Illinois posted over 2 years ago:

John - Take a look at the fund's websites. ProShares, for instance, discusses how compounding impacts the returns realized by its leveraged and inverse funds. - Charles Rotblut


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