ETFs : Exchange-Traded Funds
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Why consider ETFs in your investment strategy?
ETFs, or Exchange-traded funds, are a fast-growing segment of the stock market. Many traders and investors have embraced their versatility, diversification, and ease of use in their investment strategies. If you like to trade stocks, ETFs offer the flexibility to buy and sell shares quickly.
- Buy and sell ETFs that track indices, sectors, commodities, and currencies
- A convenient way to diversify your portfolio
- Get access to more than 2,000 exchange-traded funds (ETFs)
- Access different industry sectors
Why trade exchange-traded funds at TradeStation?
TradeStation has been empowering equities traders for more than 25 years. Find out what we can do for your ETF investing with our powerful trading platforms, dedicated customer support, educational resources, and commission-free pricing plans for both beginners and advanced investors. Our tools and resources provide the information you need to aid your investment objectives. ETFs offer the diversification and ease that traders and investors have come to love.
A powerful suite of trading tools
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Access to more than 2,000 exchange-traded funds
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