Web Sites for Exchange-Traded Funds

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You can get up-to-date market and trading information on exchange-traded funds from several comprehensive financial Web sites, as well as the Web sites of the ETF marketers and sponsors.

Prospectuses and other fund reports can be downloaded from the individual ETF sponsor Web sites. These sites also typically contain useful information on how well the fund has historically tracked its underlying index.

Additional information is available at the exchange sites: NASDAQ ( and NYSE Arca (


The Morningstar Web site features ETF articles, commentaries, and educational tools. The new ETF screener has over 800 ETFs and more than 50 screening criteria. ETF data includes performance statistics, category and index comparisons, risk measures, fees and expenses, and portfolio composition. A cost analyzer compares ETF expenses to those of a stock or fund portfolio. ETF Quickrank places a fair value estimate on ETFs and ranks them by category.’s ETF section offers current news and commentary. All ETF tools are free, Java-based and highly interactive. The site’s ETF screener has over 50 criteria for screening 800 ETFs. ETF Compare allows for side-by-side analysis and you can track price movements over a broad set of indexes with the ETF Map.

Fund Sponsor Sites

  • BLDRs

  • Claymore

  • Cohen & Steers

  • CurrencyShares

  • Direxion

  • Fidelity NASDAQ Tracking Stock Fund
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  • First Trust

  • Global X

  • Grail Advisors

  • GreenHaven


  • iShares

  • Market Vectors

  • PowerShares

  • ProShares

  • RevenueShares

  • Rydex|SGI

  • Select Sector SPDRs


  • TDX Independence

  • United States Commodity Funds

  • Vanguard

  • WisdomTree


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