ETFs and passive investing
The underestimated risks of ETFs and passive investing
December 16, 2019 | ETFs
Anyone who thinks about investing money today will sooner or later come into contact with ETFs – Exchange Traded Funds. In most cases, these are exchange-traded funds that imitate a stock index such as the DAX or S&P 500. A whopping 5.5 trillion US dollars have now flowed into this form of investment worldwide, and the trend is rising. What is it that makes this form of investment so attractive, and what are the dangers for the economy as a whole?
Low costs for below-average performance
ETFs damage the economy as a whole
The underestimated danger of ETFs
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