Websites for Up-to-Date Information on Exchange-Traded Funds

Part of the Exchange-Traded Funds For Dummies Cheat Sheet (Australia/New Zealand Edition)

The world of exchange-traded funds (ETFs) in Australia and New Zealand is forever changing. Keep updated by regularly checking in on any of the following websites:

  • ETFdb: A U.S. site with great, up-to-date information, and the world mapping tool is a great gadget that shows you how many and which ETFs cover countries and regions around the globe.

  • ETFmate: ETF Mate provides investors with general information on ETFs. Not a bad site to start your ETF journey.

  • Yahoo! Finance Exchange-Traded Funds Center: Features a search function with intimate details on individual funds, an ETF glossary, and regularly updated news and commentary.

  • Morningstar Australia: Morningstar Australia provides research on ETFs, managed funds and equities. Lots of free stuff is available but you have to pay for the good bits.

  • PennyWise: PennyWise Investment provides in-depth research, its own ratings, and asset allocation and portfolios using ETFs in Australia. You can access research on the website for free for four weeks and then you have to pay.

  • Smartshares: SmartShares is the main provider of ETFs in New Zealand. This site provides all the product information you need for five out of the six NZ-listed ETFs.

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