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SBI ETF Nifty 50
NA
0.00(0.00%)
₹117.90₹196.54
SBI ETF Sensex
NA
0.00(0.00%)
₹420.35₹657.99
UTI Nifty 50 ETF
NA
0.00(0.00%)
₹1,233.39₹2,240.00
UTI Sensex ETF
NA
0.00(0.00%)
NANA
CPSE ETF
NA
0.00(0.00%)
₹15.81₹32.95
Bharat Bond ETF April 2030 Growth
NA
0.00(0.00%)
₹895.00₹1,218.00
Bharat Bond ETF April 2031 Growth
NA
0.00(0.00%)
₹994.01₹1,143.10
Nippon India ETF Bank BeES
NA
0.00(0.00%)
₹235.55₹417.00
Bharat 22 ETF
NA
0.00(0.00%)
₹23.80₹49.78
Kotak Banking ETF
NA
0.00(0.00%)
₹238.20₹425.10
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Top ETF FAQ's

  • Are ETFs traded in India?

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    Yes, they are traded in India. Especially after mutual funds, ETFs have also become the most innovative and popular securities that investors have been choosing to invest in.
  • How can I invest in ETF in India?

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    You can effortlessly invest in ETFs by opening a Demat account for holding the ETF units, after which, you can buy and sell ETFs easily.
  • How does an ETF generally work?

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    ETFs are a basket of securities that are sold on an exchange. It combines features of mutual funds, stocks, or bonds. It is also traded throughout the day, like an individual stock.
  • What are some ETF expenses?

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    ETF expenses usually would include the fund's operating expenses also known as OER. It is an expense ratio or annual rate the fund (not the broker) charges on the assets it holds to pay for portfolio management, administration, and some other expenses.
  • Can I sell ETF anytime?

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    ETFs are traded just like a stock. They can be bought and sold at any time you wish to, during the market hours.
  • Does an ETF have a tax benefit in India?

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    An ETF can be more tax-efficient than other kinds of investments. When you hold an ETF in a taxable account, you will generate lesser tax liabilities than that of a generally structured fund in the same account.
  • Can I buy and sell ETFs like stocks?

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    ETFs would trade just like a stock, and you are free to buy and sell anytime during a trading day.
  • How does an ETF derive liquidity?

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    An Exchange Traded Fund derives its liquidity from trading of the units in a secondary market and also through the in-kind creation or redemption process with the fund in creation unit size.
  • Is it smart to invest in ETFs?

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    It quite is, as you can see that Exchange Traded Funds are a low-cost means to gain exposure to the stock market, and they also offer liquid and real-time settlement just like stocks.
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