ETPs: Three letters conquer the markets
Using exchange-traded products you can lock into the positive trend for equities, commodities etc. We explain the ins and outs.
Three reasons for ETPs
- Your performance is transparent.
- They allow investments in a variety of markets - with low management fees.
- All ETPs can be traded flexibly from 8 am to 10 pm via the Börse Stuttgart.
Tops & Flops
Indices, sectors, etc. can simply be traded via the exchange
To be precise, ETPs is the overarching category for passively managed securities traded on the exchange: These include exchange-traded funds (ETFs), exchange-traded commodities (ETCs) and exchange-traded notes (ETNs). Using them you can, for example, try to lock into the price trend for equities, bonds, commodities or currencies.
The goal of an ETP is to track a certain index or underlying as perfectly as possible and thus achieve a comparable performance. This is why the ETP's performance is readily comprehensible. Since an ETP tracks an index or underlying, the product is passively managed and the management fee correspondingly low.
In Germany, Börse Stuttgart is the largest exchange trading floor for ETPs. Here you can buy and sell all products admitted to trading in Germany from 8 a.m. to 10 p.m.