Top ETFs to Trade in UK

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Our "Top ETFs to Trade" section gives you all the informations you need to start trading on the most profitable ETFs (Exchange Traded Funds) in the market with confidence. AvaTrade UK will guide you to the best ETF to trade with, according to your needs. Be ready to be amazed about what Funds can represent in the trading online market and how many opportunities you can find. Welcome to AvaTrade UK


Market Vectors TR Gold Miners

The VanEck Vectors Gold Miners ETF (GDX) is a managed fund that is designed to provide investors with exposure to global gold mining companies. It seeks to replicate the yield and price performance of the NYSE Arca Gold Miners Index (GDMNTR), as closely as possible, before fees and expenses, and it tracks the overall performance of companies involved in the gold mining industry.

Energy Select Sector SPDR

Energy Select Sector SPDR Fund (NYSEARCA: XLE), commonly known as the Energy Sector XLE, is a U.S. Energy sector index with a strong emphasis on the oil industry. It measures the aggregated performance of 28 large-cap oil and gas companies listed in the S&P500 with a total market capitalisation over $3.5 billion.

MSCI Brazil Index Fund

MSCI Brazil Index (NYSEARCA: EWZ) is a stock market index which monitors 55 large-cap and mid-cap stocks in the BOVESPA Stock Exchange in Sao Paulo and accounts for 85% of the total market value of all Brazilian stocks. It is traded as an ETF in the NYSE Arca under the ticker EWZ.

MSCI Emerging Markets Index Fund

MSCI Emerging Markets Index (NYSEARCA: EEM) is a benchmark index which measures the aggregated performance of over 1200 equities in 26 emerging markets like Brazil, Russia, India, and China (known together as BRIC). Morgan Stanley Capital International created the Emerging Markets Index (EEM) in 1988 to monitor the progress of large and mid-cap size companies initially in 10 developing countries.

Dow Jones U.S. Home Construction Index Fund

The ITB is structured to deliver investment results similar to the performance of the Dow Jones (US30) Select Home Construction index. The index is a market-breadth indicator, and in addition to home construction companies, it also features constituents involved in home improvement as well as speciality chemicals.

Materials Select Sector SPDR

These are stocks of companies involved in the production or extraction of natural resources, and they can be in broad industries, such as construction, chemicals, mining, packaging, or even forest products. The ETF is structured to deliver investment results that mirror the performance of the Materials Select Sector Index.

Financial Select Sector SPDR

The Financial Select Sector SPDR (XLF) is an ETF designed to offer investors exposure to the broader financial sector of the US500 index. The biggest and most influential companies that offer various financial services in the U.S. are captured in this fund. The XLF has been structured to deliver investment results that mirror the performance of the Financial Select Sector Index.

S&P 500 VIX Short-Term Futures ETN

The VXX is the largest and most liquid volatility ETN (electronically traded note) in the world. There is always a misconception that VXX and VIX are one and the same, but while they have a relationship, they are conceptually very different. The VIX is a ticker for the CBOE Volatility Index and is basically a measure of the market’s expectation of near-term volatility of the prices of S&P500 index (US500) options..

Dow Jones U.S. Real Estate Index Fund

The iShares US Real Estate (IYR) ETF is designed to track the performance of the Dow Jones US Real Estate Index. This index offers exposure to Real Estate Investment Trusts (REITs), as well as other companies that invest directly or indirectly in the US real estate sector.

S&P 500 SPDR

The SPY ETF is one of the oldest and most popular ETF. It is designed to track the S&P500, itself, the biggest index in the world. The S&P 500 acts as the benchmark stock market index of the United States and the SPY ETF fully replicates its movement.