ETF Screener – How do I find the best ETFs?

ETFs have gained much fidelity in recent years. There is a large selection of Exchange Traded Funds listed on stock exchanges. The justETF database provides information on all ETFs and physically backed ETCs that are authorised for distribution in Europe.

With this amount of information, doing research for ETFs can sometimes be difficult. To find the right fund and the fidelity to finally invest, you need to compare them with each other. This page explains how to search for the right ETFs for your investment and how the ETF Screener with its big database works exactly.

The decision for investing in passive index funds has been made. Congratulations on this first important step towards financial security. The question that initially concerns many investors is: How do I actually find the fund that suits me? After all, there are so many different criteria that fund investors can and should look for in exchange-traded funds. The justETF database helps them to find out all about the many different ETFs and to classify them correctly.

The default setting is that all funds which are available on stock exchanges in your home country are listed at the beginning - for the UK, this means London Stock Exchange, XETRA or Euronext Paris. You can change this at any time and make further individual adjustments in the ETF Screener. For example, you can change the currency of returns and key figures or have them displayed as of yesterday or month-end.


ETF Filter

With our justETF filter, you also have the option of narrowing down your ETF selection by applying special search criteria. Would you like to know more about ETFs that are eligible for savings plans or invest in a specific index? In addition to asset classes, regions and countries, ETF providers, fund domicile, size and places where they can be traded, you can also filter according to specific themes.


ETF Finder

The ETF Screener helps you to define investment themes that are relevant for you and to gain fidelity in the planned investment. Are you interested in dividend stocks, ETFs on climate change or cloud technology? Depending on the filter you have selected, the ETF Finder will display all the relevant ETFs with marketing authorisation in your specified country of origin and for your type of investor (private or institutional investor).


Further links:

What is an ETF UK?
Do any ETFs pay dividends?
What is a high dividend ETF?
What are the best dividend-paying ETFs?
What do ETFs do with dividends?
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