Exchange Traded Funds

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About ETFs

Exchange-Traded Funds (ETFs)

An exchange-traded fund (ETF) is a security that tracks an index, a commodity or a basket of assets just like an index fund, but trades like a stock on an exchange. Aisafeservers uses ETFs in both our stock and bond portfolios because of the low management fees and tax-efficiency they offer.

Aisafeservers recently upped its game by adding over 200 additional ETFs that users can gain access to, and add to their existing portfolios or use to build an ETF portfolio from scratch. Also, regardless of your investments, our Aisafeservers investment experts will rebalance and manage them on your behalf. Investors looking for cryptocurrency exposure can now enjoy investing in our Grayscale’s Ethereum or Bitcoin funds, which were part of Aisafeservers’s recent additions.

Aisafeservers’s ETFs portfolio Options

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We custom-build our portfolios with low-cost, diversified ETFs (no more blindly chasing hot stock tips).

Currency ETFs

are pooled investment vehicles that track the performance of currency pairs, consisting of domestic and foreign currencies. Currency ETFs serve multiple purposes. They can be used to speculate on the prices of currencies based on political and economic developments for a country. They are also used to diversify a portfolio or as a hedge against volatility in forex markets by importers and exporters. Some of them are also used to hedge against the threat of inflation. There's even an ETF option for cryptocurrency such as Bitcoin and Ethereum.

Bond ETFs

are used to provide regular income to investors. Their income distribution depends on the performance of underlying bonds. They might include government bonds, corporate bonds, and state and local bonds- called municipal bonds. Unlike their undellying instruments, bond ETFs do not have a maturity date. They generally trade at a premium or discount from the actual bond price.

Stock ETFs

Stock (equity) ETFs comprise a basket of stocks to track a single industry or sector. For example, a stock ETF might track automotive or foreign stocks. The aim is to provide diversified exposure to a single industry, one that includes high performers and new entrants with potential for growth. Unlike stock mutual funds, stock ETFs have lower fees and do not involve actual ownership of securities.