Equity ETFs come in all shapes and sizes with investors often selecting their investments through region, market capitalisation, dividend or sector. The number of stocks held by an ETF can range from 20 to over 6,000, and while single stock ETFs are available, they are much less commonplace.
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HSBC AM switches global small cap ETF from full to optimised replication on low demand
Roundtable: Managing strategic change and tactical concerns with ETFs
Myriad potential monetary policy and geopolitical outcomes paint an unclear picture for portfolios. How are ETFs being used to position nimbly across different time horizons?
Roundtable: Future of asset allocation and investment implementation ideas with ETFs
ETFs are an increasingly important part of any investor’s portfolio, from both a long-term strategic horizon and a short-term tactical perspective. What are the biggest risks to portfolios and how are fund selectors allocating to asset classes with ETFs?
Emerging markets: Are we looking in the right places?
Revisiting the fundamentals of a dynamic asset class
JUKE: Active UK market exposure, at low cost
Launched just a year ago, JPMorgan UK Equity Core ETF (JUKE) has already reached over £100 million in assets under management. The attraction for investors is clear. The fund provides low cost, active exposure to one of the cheapest equity markets globally, backed by the capabilities of a dedicated team of UK equity investors.