As a growing sector of the investment products universe, ETFs are well suited for implementing a variety of investment opportunities. They include investment themes covering equities, fixed income, and alternative strategies. Use ETFs to establish a core allocation, diversify existing portfolios, or implement new strategies. Our platform also offers support for ETFs in options trading and short selling.
Interactive Brokers' "fee waived" no transaction fee (NTF) program offers over 90 exchange-traded funds (ETFs) which reimburse clients for commissions paid on ETF shares held for at least 30 days.
Any discussion or mention of an ETF is not to be construed as recommendation, promotion or solicitation. All investors should review and consider associated investment risks, charges and expenses of the investment company or fund prior to investing. Before acting on this material, you should consider whether it is suitable for your particular circumstances and, as necessary, seek professional advice.
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