A Beginner’s Guide to Investing in an ETF

So, you decided to invest in an ETF (exchange-traded fund). You’ve heard of the many benefits, such as broad diversification, convenient trading, low investing fees, and most importantly: simplicity!

But, there happens to be one thing that isn’t as simple; investing in an ETF can be intimidating when there are literally hundreds of options.

Luckily, I have a beginner’s guide to investing in an ETF in 3 easy steps, with the basics covered for you right here in steps 1 and 2.

How much risk can you bear to take? More aggressive investors would be fine with an ETF that holds all equities. If you’re on the conservative side, you can get an ETF that holds bonds.

1) An ETF Risk Level that Matches your Investing Style

One main part of choosing an ETF is geography. One amazing thing about ETF’s is they make it so easy to invest in companies worldwide!

2) Choose The Region You Want to Invest In

3) Look at These 3 Technical Aspects

The third step to investing in an ETF is to look at the 3 technical aspects of MER, discount/premium, and bid – ask spread.

At this point you should have a few alternatives you are comparing! ALL should be at least looked at when choosing an ETF.

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