Entity Types

Exchange Traded Fund

Exchange Traded Fund

ETF
Fund

Exchange-Traded Fund (ETF) is a form of securities that trade on an exchange that contains many types of investments, including stocks, commodities, bonds, or a mixture of investment types. Considered as a marketable security, ETFs are easily bought and sold, offering the best attributes with lower fees and tax-efficiency. A one-size-fits-all solution, ETFs combine the features of a mutual fund, with the intraday trading feature of a closed-end fund. ETFs can be more cost-effective and more liquid than mutual funds, enabling them to have more diversification benefits while also mimicking the ease with which stocks are traded.

Asset Classes

Commodity

EntityTypes

Closed End Fund
Mutual Fund

Terms

Bond
Security

Mentioned by the Following

Asset Classes

Oil

Entities

ATAC Rotation Fund
All Star Charts
Alpha Financial Technologies, LLC.
Bell Investment Advisors
BlackRock
CFRA Research
Cambria Investment Management
Cboe Global Markets
Century Management Financial Advisors
Chaikin Analytics LLC
Charles Schwab Corporation
Chicago Board Options Exchange
DoubleLine
First Bridge Data
Global Portfolios, LLC
HLM Capital Management
Investor's Business Daily
InvestorPlace
RIA Advisors
RagingBull
Research Affiliates, LLC
Roundhill Investments
SqueezeMetrics
State Street Global Advisors
The Vanguard Group
Toroso Asset Management
Turning Point Analytics
Vanguard
iShares

EntityTypes

Business Development Company

Industries

Financials

People

Andy Clarke
Aniket Ullal
Brian Portnoy
Dan Bortolotti
David Kotok
Doug Eberhardt
Edwin Elton
Erik Conley
George Milling-Stanley
Jay Pelosky
Jeff Marcus
Jonathan DeYoe
Lyn Alden
Martin Gruber
Matt McCall
Matt Tucker
Meb Faber
Michael Gayed
Michael Venuto
Nicholas Vardy
Patrick Watson
Rick Pendergraft
Ron Rowland
Russel Kinnel
Russell Wild
Steve Craig
Steven Bleiberg
Tariq Dennison
Tom Jacobs
Tommy Thornton
Tony Crescenzi
Xavier Rolet

Publications

2017 ETF Field Guide
A Beginner's Guide To Day Trading Online
A Beginner's Guide to Short Term Trading
A Random Walk Down Wall Street
Abnormal Returns
All Star Investor
Backstage Wall Street
Bear Trader
BlackRock Blog
Canadian Couch Potato
Corporate Bond Investor
Crude Oil Trading
Day Trading For Dummies
ETF 20/20
ETF Investing
ETF Pro
ETF Pro Plus
Elliott Wave's Flash Services
Energy Pro Service
Exchange-Traded Funds For Dummies
Fast Fortune Club
Fry's Investment Report
Getting Started in Chart Patterns
Global Asset Allocation
Gold Trading
Gold, Silver and Rare Coins
Hedge:IQ
Hedged Alpha Strategy
Hedgeye Pro
High Dividend Opportunities
High-Powered Investing All-in-One For Dummies
How You Can Trade Like a Pro
How to Make Money in Stocks
Index Investing For Dummies
Institutional Investment Management
Invesco Blog
Invest and Beat the Pros
Investing
Investing In ETFs FD
Investing QuickStart Guide
Investing in ETFs For Dummies
Investor Amnesia
Long Run Income
Margin of Safety Investing
Morningstar ETFInvestor
Natural Gas Trading: Natural Gas Futures
OptionWeaver
Options Trading Mastery
Oxford Wealth Accelerator
Premium Stock Research Service
RIA Pro
Rational Investing in Irrational Times
Real-Time Alerts
Seeking Alpha
SentimenTrader.com
Stock Trading Strategies
Strategic Investment Newsletter
Study for the Securities Industry Essentials (SIE) Exam
Technical Analysis Explained
The Bear Traps Report
The Bogleheads' Guide to Investing
The Chartist Mutual Fund Letter
The Clash of the Cultures
The Data Driven Investor
The ETF Strategist
The Felder Report
The Fund Industry
The Handbook of Fixed Income Securities
The Investor's Guide to Active Asset Allocation
The Ivy Portfolio
The Next Great Bull Market
The Only Guide to a Winning Investment Strategy You'll Ever Need
The Speculative Investor
The Swing Trader's Bible
Trading For Dummies
TrendTRAKR
Understanding Stocks
Visual Guide to Financial Markets
Wall Street’s Best Investments
Why Smart People Lose A Fortune
Zacks Investor Collection
iREIT on Alpha

Strategies

Dividend Compounding
Relative Strength Momentum

Terms

Dividend
Individual Stock
Investment Portfolio
Reinvestment
Stock Pick

ETF Authorized Participant (Market Makers)

  • Authorized Participants (Market Makers) create and destroy shares as the market dictates
  • They purchase underlying securities to create shares
  • They sell underlying securities to destroy shares
  • They served as an arbitrage mechanism to keep the ETF price aligned with the price of the underlying assets