Exchange Traded Funds

Exchange traded funds (ETFs) are one of the fastest-growing asset classes and offer very
low charges. They behave like a passive or index tracker fund and you trade them like
a share. They are increasingly being utilised by savvy investors as part of a diversified portfolio.

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TOP - EXCHANGE TRADED FUNDS

  # Name   5yr %
1. ETFS DAX Daily 2x Long GO UCITS ETF... 149.58
2. ETFS 3x Short JPY Long USD 139.06
3. HSBC S&P 500 GBP 137.93
4. SPDR MSCI Europe Technology UCITS E... 98.14
5. iShares MSCI UK Small Cap UCITS ETF 95.23
6. iShares MSCI Japan EUR Hedged UCITS... 95.07
7. PS FTSE RAFI Europe Mid Small UCITS... 93.82

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