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Why ETFs that replicates the MSCI World LEVERAGED 2X Daily (SHLE) don't seem to exist (yet)?

ETFs don't come for free - there must be enough market demand to warrant the creation of an ETF. For large indexes such as MSCI World, an ETF creator must be able to own enough of the stocks to ...
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Germany - when is the Vorabpauschale for accumulating ETFs paid?

You pay it one year later if its not with a "steuereinfacher broker". So the Vorabpauschale of 2023 goes into the tax return of 2024 which you hand in in 2025. And yeah if the interest for ...
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Why are ETFs so bad at tracking Japanese indices?

There are sites that track tracking errors e.g. here https://www.trackingdifferences.com/ETF/ISIN/LU0839027447 If you trust this site, you can see that there is no significant tracking error
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Why are ETFs so bad at tracking Japanese indices?

Yes, the ETF return you quoted is in euros, whereas the Nikkei 225 index is denominated in yen. The yen has depreciated substantially against the euro over the last 5 years. Thus, the ETF gives a ...
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I bought my first Blackrock iShares ETF today and want to know if I am now registered with Blackrock (data transfer from broker)

Usually ownership is managed by the broker, this is what's called "holding in street name". Updating ownership of frequently traded high volume securities for every transaction is just too ...
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Is it better, financially, to invest in a property or in ETFs?

Deciding on it depends on three factors for you: your financial goals, risk tolerance, and investment horizon. When deciding whether to invest in commercial property or ETFs, consider your risk ...
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