What’s an ETF?
An ETF is a collection of hundreds or thousands of stocks or bonds, managed by experts, in a single fund that trades on major stock exchanges, like the New York Stock Exchange and NASDAQ.
ETFs combine the advantages of investment diversification and trading flexibility. They are baskets of stocks and bonds, many of which are built to track well-known market indexes like the S&P 500®.
ETFs might include dozens (or even hundreds) of different securities such as stocks, bonds, and commodities.
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ETFs are traded on major exchanges, which makes them as easy as stock trading. This can save you time and energy.
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You can track ETFs in specific industries or strategies.
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Webull provides Most Popular ETFs lists and ETF screeners. These allow you to find the exact type of ETFs you are looking for.
Comprehensive and real-time ETF quotes and market news.
Level 2 Quotes (Nasdaq TotalView) to help you understand the market trends corresponding to ETFs in real time.
Use the ETF screener to filter through and find the ETF you are looking for.
Build your ETFs trading knowledge.
Discuss and learn from other ETFs traders in the Webull community.
Practice trading ETFs via our paper trading function.
Access to a variety of ETFs educational resources.
Webull provides an extensive platform for you to trade ETFs.
Webull is available on iOS, Android, Mac, PC and Web.
Manage your ETF portfolio on any device you own.
New Webull Desktop Trading Platform provides a fully customizable trading terminal (with over 45 widget boxes), to suit all your ETF trading needs.
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Learn more about ETFs
Webull has some resources that can help you learn more about ETFs.
ETFs Learning
What is an ETF? How does it work? Get the answers here.
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Most Popular ETFs and Best-Performing Industries
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An Exchange-Traded Fund’s (“ETF”) prospectus contains its investment objectives, risks, charges, expenses, and other important information, and should be read and carefully considered before investing.
ETFs are subject to risks similar to those of other diversified investments. Investing in ETFs involves risk, including the possible loss of principal. Although ETFs are designed to provide investment results that generally correspond to the performance of their respective underlying indices, they may not be able to exactly replicate the performance of the indices because of expenses and other factors. ETF shares cannot be redeemed directly from the ETF. ETFs are required to distribute portfolio gains to shareholders at year-end, which may be generated by portfolio rebalancing or the need to meet diversification requirements. ETF trading may also have tax consequences. An ETF’s expense ratio is the annual operating expense charged to investors.