In this section, you will find information and articles on Index ETFs or specific Exchange Traded Funds that allow you to bet on indices of various kinds. These indices are groups of securities, grouped by different objectives. For example, an index may contain the shares of companies with the highest capitalization of a given stock market or it may contain securities of a given sector. For more information on ETFs, please refer to the ETF introduction page. Below you will find all the general information on the most popular ETFs followed by specific articles dedicated to different types of Index ETFs.
Stock Exchange Index ETFs
Stock Index ETFs contain shares of stock indices, such as the FTSE MIB, Dow Jones, S&P 500, Euro Stoxx 50. These particular ETFs usually include a selection of shares belonging to such an index so as to offer similar, double or triple the results of their performance or its opposite.
European Index ETFs
European indices can be of various kinds but are generally referred to as stock shares. Among them are those that relate to the main stock exchanges such as those in London, Frankfurt, Paris, Milan, Madrid.
World Index ETFs
There are those who often refer to world index ETFs even though this description is too general and can also be misleading. Let’s say that the category of international indices could include all those indices that include securities from different countries or different continents.
The Best ETFs
Among the best ETFs in the world, which coincide with the most traded ones, are all those offered by iShares (managed by Blackrock, the most important investment company in the world) and ProShares. Below are some of the best index ETFs on which you can get information on our website, and whose specific articles you will find by scrolling down the page:
- ProShares UltraPro Short S&P500 (SPXU) is an ETF that searches for daily investment results that correspond to 3 times the inverse (-3x) of the daily performance of the S&P 500.
- iShares R2000 (IWM) or iShares Russell 2000 is an ETF that seeks investment returns that generally correspond to the price and performance of the Russell 2000 Index.
- iShares Dow Jones Select Dividend (DVY) or iShares Dow Jones Select Dividend Index Fund is a fund that seeks to replicate the investment returns of the Dow Jones Select Dividend Index.
- ProShares Ultra S&P500 (SSO) aims to provide investment results that correspond to twice (200%) of the daily performance of the S&P 500 index.
- Materials Select Sector SPDR traces the Materials Select Sector Index
- ProShares Ultra Short Russel 2000
- Financial Select Sector SPDR
- IShares 1000 Growth Index
- Pro Shares Ultra QQQ
- ProShares Short SP500
- IShares Dow Jones Select Dividend
- IShares Russell 2000 Value Index
- iShares Russell 2000
- ProShares Ultra pro Short SP500
- SPDR Dow Jones Industrial Average
- SPDR Consumer DISCRET Select Sector
- SPDR Sp Retail
- ProShares Ultra Short
- Powershare Trust Nasdaq
- Proshares Ultra Pro SP500
- VXX Volatility
- Ishares AEX
- Ishares FTSE
- Proshares Ultrashort QQQ
- SPDR Consumer Discret Select Sector
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