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ETFs combine the trading characteristics of stock with the diversified risk of mutual funds, making them transparent, flexible and cost-efficient products. They allow an investor to buy and sell shares in a single security that represents a fractional ownership interest in a portfolio.
ETVs provide investors with exposure to underlying assets such as futures, commodities and currencies, without actually trading futures or taking physical delivery.
Debt Instruments offering exposure to market sectors and asset classes in a cost-efficient manner.
A list of closed-end fund terminology is provided for reference.