Investing Basics: ETFs




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  1. Comprehensible video. Have a question here. How about the volatility in prices in ETF?Is it high becaus of its unique liquidity due to the exposure to a diversified collection of assets?

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  4. I understand what an ETF is. I don’t understand how the price of ETFs fluctuate. Is it dependent on the performance of the stocks it invests in? How much of a swing in the stock prices is required to increase or decrease the price of the ETF?

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  6. Is the NAV of a an ETF disclosed regularly? Or could an ETFs price skyrocket due to more investors taking part in ETFs for example, a question I can't manage to find an answer to. When buying funds I usually do so to achieve an overall lower risk, so far it looks like the case could be the opposite if the NAV isn't disclosed.

  7. Very nice video with great short explanation – thanks!

    There is a question that's been keeping me overthinking in the last 2 years related to the overall working/risk of ETF's, not sure if understand correctly.

    As ETFs are traded as stocks, how is the value or trading price of an ETF determined?

    Is it based on the trading price of the underlying assets within that ETF or purely based on supply & demand of that ETF "paper"?

    In other words – random example, if I own 1 ETF, but that ETF represents a basket of 20 assets (assuming physical replication).

    For whatever reason, let's say all 20 individual companies/shares within this ETF sky rocket because of good results/booming market/whatever (by avg 25 % increase to keep it simple)…

    Will the ETF price follow this 1:1 (so also increase 25%), or is it theoretically possible that the ETF trading price could go down or even fall (as result of overall sentiment in ETFs or because of bad news around the ETF publishers?).

    To me, it's not clear whether the trading price is based on the individual stocks within that baskets of assets, or purely on demand/supply on that ETF?

    In case of the latter, i think there is an underlying risk, often not (very well) mentioned…

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  9. This is my ETF confusion. A stocks prices is determined by supply and demand. Is an ETFs price determined by the index it follows or its ETF buyers?

  10. I am totally a beginner in investment. I haven't actually started yet, but I am really motivated. Could someone please give me a piece of advice on what to do first like opening a brokerage account etc.because all alone I can't really find the very first step I have to take. May be some books for beginners would be very much appreciated. Thanks in advance!

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  12. Awesome video! Question,I'm new to this and trying to understand,if for example I invest in one of these for $200 and over the course of 1 years the price rises to $300 does that mean I only made $100? I fail to see how that exactly worth it.i understand if I make annual investments $200 a month meaning I would own 12 shares in a years time I wouldve invested a total of $2,400 with a gain of $100 on each of those 12 shares meaning I would have made $3,600….But is that really it? Isn't there an interest rate rate involved that would make my earning even more? And what is a "rate of return"? Thank you Aloha for your time

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