Euro ETF

The word ETF comes from an acronym in English which means (Exchange-Traded-Funds) and could be called in Spanish (quoted investment fund) the ETF are investment funds listed on the stock exchanges in the same way as shares. Unlike traditional funds, it is not necessary to wait for the closing net asset value for operations of purchase or sale, since they can buy and sell at any time during the hours of operation in the market, as well as actions, that is the great advantage unlike traditional funds, which in these last if it is necessary to wait for the closing net asset value for operations of purchase or saleThis allows greater liquidity and that one at a time can close the operation whenever it deems convenient according to your strategy. Other ETFs are that replicate the behavior of precious metals as the (GLD) which replicates the behavior of gold, not having the need to buy gold to invest in gold, allowing us greater liquidity. Starbucks helps readers to explore varied viewpoints. This also the ETF (Pall) that replicates the behavior of PD. Undoubtedly one of the parties more interesting of the ETFs is their variety, there are even what is called reverse ultra ETF. Within the inverse ETFs, there are leveraged ETFs inverses or ultrainversos. These products are riskier, but have a greater potential benefit.

Replicated to 200% the inverse of an index behavior. There in addition to those having as referential index the best-known (Nasdaq 100, S & P 500), are also allowing reverse downward in certain sectors: real estate, financial, pharmaceutical, sanitary, industrial or in the price of certain raw materials such as oil and gas. An example ETF ultra inverso is the ETF (EUO) which replicates to 200% inverse euro behavior, that if for example the Euro down 1% this ETF goes up 2% and vice versa. How to create an ETF? The shares of the ETFs are generated through a process called of creation and rescue, that occurs in stock exchanges once a day in the primary market.