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An exchange-traded fund (ETF) is a form of securities that monitors an index, sector, commodity, or other asset and may be bought and sold on a stock market in the same way that a normal stock may.
An ETF may be set up to track anything from a single commodity’s price to a big and varied group of assets.
The expenses of the underlying assets in the pool of resources determine how much an ETF’s share price changes. When the value of one or more assets rises, so does the value of the ETF’s shares, and vice versa.
An exchange-traded fund (ETF) is a collection of assets that trade like stocks on a stock market.
Types of ETFs in India are: 1) Equity 2) Gold 3) Debt and 4) Currency.