Questions about trading ETFs

What are ETFs?

An Exchange Traded Fund (ETF) is an investment fund traded on stock exchanges, much like stocks. An ETF can hold a basket of assets such as stocks, bonds, commodities or currencies. An ETF trades close to its net asset value over the course of the trading day and combines the benefits and ease of investing in stocks with the advantages of mutual fund investing.
ETFs can be traded on live prices on our online trading platforms, and analysed using the built-in charting tools.

Click here to learn more about ETFs.

What ETFs can I trade with Saxo Bank?

Saxo Bank offers over 1,500 ETFs and online funds from providers such as iShares, Powershares, Rydex, StreetTRACKS, SGAM ETFs, Lyxor ETFs and many more.

For the full list of Saxo Bank's ETFs click here. Select your country of residence from the drop-down menu to view the funds available in your country.

How much does it cost to trade ETFs?

Click here for a full list of Saxo Bank’s commission rates for ETFs.