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What is ETFS

Exchange-Traded Funds have given rise to a new derivative that allows exposure on hundreds of asset combinations ranging from individual stocks to volatility-related products. They represent a fresh way of trading your favorite product while allowing for multi-layered diversification and portfolio allocation. In other words, any mixture of products you have in mind, you can easily find an ETF that tracks it or build a portfolio using only a few, saving you the hassle of entering positions across thousands of different products.

Benefits of trading ETFS with CFI

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All you need to know about CFI ETFs Specification:

Margins
The margin on CFDs on ETF’s is around 10% for most products. This allows you to control a larger position with a smaller amount of money and is useful as some ETFs can be quite expensive on an individual basis. CFI’s Standard Terms of Business states that margins may be changed at any time without prior notice.
Spreads
Spreads on ETF CFDs are variable but highly competitive and are built around a strong liquidity model. Our charges are usually incorporated in the spread for most instruments that we offer.
Swaps
Swaps, also known as rollovers, are interest rate amounts charged or earned for holding a buy or sell position overnight. The calculation takes into consideration the interest rate differential between two financial instruments. Swaps are also applicable on CFDs on ETFs and vary for several reasons, including overnight interest rates. Swap free accounts are also available.

List of available ETF’s

The Spread is the difference between the ‘bid price’ and the ‘offer price’. The bid price is where the investor can sell a position and the offer price is where the investor can buy a position. Given that markets are all about supply and demand, the more liquid and active a product is, the smaller the spread between the buying and selling price thus, making it a more competitive option for traders.

ETF’s Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

  • An Exchange Traded Fund is a product that tracks the performance of one or more products including an individual stock, group of stocks, an entire stock market, a sector, and even an entire region. ETFs were established in the early 1990s, and while similar to mutual funds, they are easier and more flexible to trade given that they trade on exchanges and behave similar to stocks, in terms of market structure and dynamics.
  • ●SPDR S&P 500 ETF (SPY) tracks the performance of the popular S&P 500
    ●Technology Select Sector SPDR ETF (XLK) tracks a group of US technology companies
    ●SPDR Gold ETF (GLD) tracks the performance of Gold
  • Main types include:
    ● Stock Index ETFs
    ● Sector ETFs
    ● Bond ETFs
    ● Commodity ETFs
    ● Real Estate ETFs
    ● Leveraged ETFs
    ● Inverse ETFs
  • With CFI, you can trade CFDs on ETFs or trade outright, exchanged-based ETFs for the full-ownership experience.
  • CFI offers access to 13000+ products including stocks and ETFs from one single platform.
  • CFI allows for fractional shares and ETFs. This means you can trade as low as 0.01 lots or 1% of a stock or ETF. For example, if an ETF costs $200 per share, you can buy or sell 0.01, which translates to $2 in terms of investment.
  • Most ETFs tend to pay dividends and whether you are trading them in the form of CFDs or outright, you will receive the dividend associated with that specific ETF.
  • ETFs have been created with a long-term approach in mind. indeed, some ETFs can be day traded yet the majority provide better returns, including dividends, over a longer period of time.