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Your Complete Guide to ETF Investing in Singapore

There are many investment vehicles for investors to choose from and one of them are exchange-traded funds (ETFs).

In this complete guide on ETF investing in Singapore, we have compiled the best articles from The Motley Fool Singapore’s flagship website, www.fool.sg. These articles touch on a wide range of topics, from the basics of an ETF to choosing the best ETFs.

So, let’s get going.

What are ETFs?

An ETF is an open-ended investment fund that tracks the performance of an underlying index or asset class. They are traded on a stock exchange, hence their name, exchange-traded fund.

More information on ETFs, including the advantages and disadvantages, can be found below:

The many types of ETFs available

ETFs can come in various forms. For a detailed breakdown of the ETF choices that Singapore investors have, check out the following link:

What does Warren Buffett say?

One of the best investors in the world, Warren Buffett, is a firm supporter of investing in low-cost index funds or ETFs. A big reason for that is the low fees involved in those vehicles, as shown in the articles below:

To ETF or not?

Now that you know what an ETF is and the types of ETFs available to you, are you wondering if it would be better to invest in ETFs or shares in individual companies? Get your questions answered in the next few articles:

Choosing the right ETF

Congrats on sticking through! Now that you have made up your mind to invest in ETFs, how do you pick the best one out there? The article below shows you the way:

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The information provided is for general information purposes only and is not intended to be personalised investment or financial advice.