ETFs in Eurasia consist of stocks, bonds, etc. and can be traded on exchanges just like stocks.
Eurasia ETF Investment Strategy
ETFs can be passively managed, actively managed, or a combination of both.
Eurasia ETF Investment Advantages
The world's top 10 trading markets, thousands of companies' stocks. Including NYSE, NASDAQ, Shanghai Stock Exchange (China), Tokyo Stock Exchange (Japan), Hong Kong Stock Exchange (China), Euronext, Shenzhen Stock Exchange (China), London Stock Exchange (UK), Toronto Stock Exchange (Canada), Bombay Stock Exchange (India), and so on.
Passively Managed ETFs
Passively managed ETFs are designed to track the performance of a specific index, commodity, bond or other asset and cover large and small sectors of the market.
Actively managed ETFs attempt to outperform a specific
benchmark or index.
Actively Managed ETFs
All-in-One ETF Portfolio
All-in-one ETFs invest in multiple ETFs that can be actively and passively managed, thus providing a simple, low-cost way to create a diversified portfolio.
Diversified Investment
Lower cost of entry
More specialized screening
Portfolio diversification
More resilient portfolios
Eurasia achieves immediate diversification within a broad market portfolio or focus area (technology).
For investors, it is far more cost-effective to buy Eurasian ETFs than to buy single stocks and bonds as separate investment products.
Our easy-to-use filters and specialized research reports find the right ETFs based on different fund performances and ratings in the market.
Investing in ETFs offered by the Eurasia platform is like investing in multiple securities at the same time, which enriches the diversity of your capital investment portfolio and reduces risk.
ETFs are more resilient than traditional mutual funds because the price of the stock changes all the time and allows trading by financing, short-selling or trading options.
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