ETFs

Hoping for a Brexit bounce? Two cheap ways to track the FTSE All-Share index

Investors who want to keep some exposure to the UK, but also seek an element of regional diversity, could consider a FTSE All-Share ETF or tracker.

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Ethical ETFs: there's never been a better time to put your money where your morals are

Falling fees make ethical exchange traded funds robust investment propositions. Kenneth Lamont writes.

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Your Fund Choices 2019: how to order

Your Fund Choices 2019 provides comprehensive analysis on 267 Rated Funds, investment trusts and ETFs selected by the Money Observer team of experts.

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ETFs can help protect returns from the dent made by active fund fees

Fund fees have fallen overall, but passive investments still offer the best defence against erosion of returns, writes Jose Garcia-Zarate.

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The most popular tracker funds and ETFs of 2018

We reveal the most popular low-cost passive investments of the year.

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Thematic ETFs: accurate predictors of the future or false prophets?

Thematic ETFs are good at grabbing the imaginations of investors, but their speculative nature and individual idiosyncrasies need to be understood.

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Active funds fail to keep pace with passive fee cost cuts

Despite the steady downward trend in active fees, passive investment funds have cut fees much more aggressively, with average fees being cut by 28% over the same time period.

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Why ETFs with a ‘style’ bias should come with a health warning

Smart beta funds, which aim to deliver returns above a like-for-like index, come with risks that investors should not overlook.

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ETF investors: don’t get caught out by the wrong domicile

Gains from exchange traded fund investments may be treated differently for tax purposes, depending on where the funds are domiciled.

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