ETF overview

The ETF lists provide you a quick start into the ETF Screener by categories and topics. Choose your preferred category and go directly to the ETF list with the key facts and figures to analyse the ETFs. Numerous filters allow you to further refine your ETF universe and to compare the selected ETFs in detail.

In addition, the ETF Investment Guides provide you deeper insights into different investment themes. These guides are available for many countries, indices and investing topics.

List of ETFs by asset class | Region ETFs | Country ETFs | Sector ETFs | Smart Beta ETFs | Bond ETFs | Commodity ETFs | Theme ETFs
 
 
 

Country ETFs allow you to invest in stocks of single countries. The major advantage of country ETF is that the major benchmark indices of countries are usually very cost-effective. Therefore, you are able to build a global portfolio with country ETFs for under 10 basis points of ongoing charges.

 
 

With Sector ETFs you directly invest into stocks of a single industy. This may provide additional diversification potential for your portfolio. The sector classification of stocks is based on the two internationally recognized sector classification schemes GICS or ICB.

 
 

Smart Beta ETFs are ETFs that select and weight stocks by alternative criteria. The most widely used ETFs weight stocks by market capitalisation. Smart Beta is also known as factor investing. The following strategies or factors are seen as Smart Beta: Value, Small Cap, Quality, Dividend, Momentum, Low Volatility and Equal Weight.

 
 
 

With Commodity ETFs you can easily invest in commodities and participate in the performance of commodity prices. However, you should be aware that many commodity ETFs track the future price of commodities and not spot price. Thus, you should be familiar with the peculiarities of futures markets. Unlike commodity ETFs, exchange-traded commodities (ETCs) are able to track the spot price of a single commodity, such as gold.