What are international ETFs

What are ETFs?

An ETF (Exchange Traded Fund) is a fund - i.e. a collection of individual securities - that replicates a specific one, e.g. the DAX. In other words, an ETF allows you to invest in entire markets with a single security.

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Notes on determination: All ETFs offered by ING are considered. The ranking is based on the number of buy orders or savings plans executed. (As of May 2021)

Would you like to participate in the performance of a specific index? Then ETFs can be of interest to you, even if you are a beginner.

 

 

Which ETF suits you is of course very individual.

There are different types of ETFs. Depending on whether you want distributions to be reinvested or distributed, for example, you can find different ETFs. You can find more information about the different ETF types here.

With ETFs, it generally makes sense to compare different criteria. For example, the development in recent years, the investment volume and the running costs. You can find more information on how to compare ETFs in our article.

In order to minimize your risk as best as possible, it can make sense to have several securities in the portfolio and thus to spread the risk as much as possible. You can find out how to build a portfolio here.

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