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Questions tagged [etf]

To be used for any questions relating to Exchange Traded Funds.

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Shouldn't the rebalancing of an ETF result in profit/loss

My understanding is that an ETF is a basket of a variety of stocks. When that basket is rebalanced and some stocks are sold and others are bought, won't that result in a profit/loss in the same way ...
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How do ETF dividends work

How do dividends work when being payed by an ETF. A dividend is a share of the profit, paid to the shareholders. Whilst that is understandable when owning a stock of an individual business, how does ...
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Are foreigners who buy UK ETFs subjected to a withholding tax?

Currently, when a foreigner buys U.S ETFs, the dividends or income (in the case of bond ETF) will be taxed at 30%. Suppose a foreigner, say an American or Singaporean, buys a UK bond ETF. Is there a ...
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Avoiding tax complexities of MLPs

I would like to invest in master limited partnerships (MLPs) for their high yield, but would like to avoid their tax complexities. If I buy exposure to MLPs through an ETF or mutual fund, will that ...
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What does “No Sweep” Mean in Citibank Context

I am in the process of opening Traditional IRA account with Citibank (currently have checking and saving account at Citibank) Purpose is to purchase ETF for long-term. Form has section to determine ...
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How can this ETF's cost basis be lower than the money I put in?

I invest in a long term treasury ETF. I have only been buying this and never sold any shares. I looked into the entire transaction history. There are three categories of transactions: Buy: These are ...
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How does a typical bond ETF provide tax information to the investor in Canada?

Before deciding whether to use registered or unregistered (taxable in Canada) account, I'd like to understand the complexity of tax reporting as a result of holding bond ETF, for example BMO ZFL (long ...
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Dividend tax for Non Resident Alien owning US domiciled international stocks ETF

What is the US dividend tax rate for a non-resident alien owning a US domiciled ETF holding non-US companies? Assume no tax treaty so the tax rate for the SPY ETF would be 30%. An example would be a ...
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How can I determine what a fund is composed of

I have money in some ETFs / mutual funds, such as xme, vtiax, vyml, and vgt. Until now I have considered them 100% stock, when balancing my portfolio. It is occurred to me that maybe these are ...
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US ETF as EU investor (Ireland)

At the start of this year the EU made it so we are unable to buy US domesticated ETFs in Europe. I'm located in Ireland and domiciled there for tax purposes. We have to pay a 41% exit tax every 8 ...
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HYG vs JNK Capital Gains

How has HYG gone years without paying a capital gains dividend, whereas JNK has paid several? I know avoiding capital gains dividends is good because it reduces the need to pay capital gains taxes, ...
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Where can I find the European equivalent ETFs from a USD superdiversified 10 ETFs portfolio

I have been using this superdiversified 10 ETFs portfolio. To lower the risk it's composed from stocks and bonds across the globe and includes some commodities. Being in USD currency and the Euro ...
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How do you calculate ETF yield when accounting for expense ratio?

I am not sure how to wrap my head around how to calculate the real yield of an ETF using it's distribution yield and gross expense ratio. What I really want to know is, given both ETF A and ETF B are ...
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Return of Capital and Non-Cash (Phantom) Distributions for U.S. ETFs

I think I finally have a understanding on how to calculate the Adjusted Cost Base (ACB) for my taxable Canadian securities. (Keep track of all buys and sells, use CDS Innovations to determine if there ...
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Is there a way to find out what investment funds have a given stock?

Funds usually list their top stock holdings. Is there a way to do a reverse search so I could find out what mutual funds or ETFs have GOOG, for example, among their top holdings?
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ETF's Market Cap Inconsistency

I'm interested in buying NASDAQ:KWEB - which is a Chinese internet based ETF. However, I'm puzzled by the fact that different sources report very different market cap for this ETF: NASDAQ website ...
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ETF: ITOT ticker cost calculation?

Forbes says: "The iShares fund from BlackRock ticker ITOT will over the course of a decade chip only $6 out of a $10,000 investment." How is this $6 calculated? The web page for the fund says: "...
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Are ETF creation units required to be similar to the existing holdings?

An authorized participant offers an actively managed ETF manager a basket of securities which are eligible to be held by the fund, but are not currently held. The manager thinks the price is ...
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Are there speculative ETFs analogous to investment funds?

Are there ETFs that bundle up highly speculative investments with high risk/reward profiles? For instance, they might currently include Zambian, Nigerian, Brazilian and Venezuelan bonds; ...
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ETF - Why are the fees so different?

I'm doing some research to set up my ETF portfolio. I've noticed that some ETF's seem almost perfectly similar, the management fees are sometimes not in line. Let's look at Europe for example. I ...
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Is there any way to do Automatic investment in ETF?

My Goal is simple: Contribute X amount every month to some Y Vanguard ETF Put it on autopilot (Automatic investment) without having any transaction fees. Since Vanguard does not charge any money for ...
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Yuan USD Option

Are there any possibilities for a retail investor to buy a USD/Yuan option other than the ones on the CYB ETF and those from Goldman Sachs? The idea is to bet on a lagre depreciation of the Yuan.
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Transfer shares to avoid brokerage fees

I like Fidelity better than Vanguard in regards to web interface and customer service. Vanguard has better funds for the way I wish to invest. Since I plan to invest in a dollar/cost averaging manner ...
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A liquid ETF that tracks the us dollar

Are there any liquid ETFs that track US dollar. I can only find this one, but this has very low daily volume (~70k shares) http://www.horizonsetfs.com/pub/en/etfs/?etf=DLR&