An Exchange Traded Fund (ETF) is a type of fund that tracks an index, but can be traded like a stock. Because ETFs are traded on stock exchanges, they can be bought and sold at any time during the day (unlike most mutual funds). The price of these marketable securities will fluctuate from moment to moment, just like any other stock’s price, and an investor will need a broker in order to purchase them. Exchange traded funds have many of the benefits inherent in Mutual Funds and Index Funds, but are more tax efficient.

In Global Proprietary ETFs Fund, ETFs are bought and sold just like stock, and unlike Mutual Funds, can be purchased at intraday prices, bought on margin, and even sold short. Investing in an ETF means buying into a basket of securities, thereby diversifying your investment and reducing your risk.