Compare ETF Investing

Of late, Exchange-Traded Funds (ETFs) are garnering considerable media mileage as they have been registering steady growth. The outlook is that ETF investing is a safe investment option as compared to other funds, including mutual funds. Consumer VOICE compared ETFs on various parameters to find the Best ETF Stocks.

ETFs Compared :  Reliance ETF Nifty BeES, ICICI Prudential Nifty iWIN ETF, Kotak Banking ETF, SBI ETF Sensex, UTI Nifty ETF, UTI Sensex ETF, SBI ETF Nifty 50

Exchange-Traded Funds ETFs are in the news for another reason as well – they are expected to get a major boost as the central government will be divesting from large public- sector undertakings (PSUs) via the ETF route in the near future. At Consumer Voice, we have always recommended investing in diverse portfolios. A simple cricket analogy explains it clearly enough – go for the singles and doubles rather than aiming for sixes at the risk of being caught. This means that an investor should allocate capital to different investments to spread out the risk, rather than put everything down on a single stock or investment.


ETFs for small investors – one fund, many portfolios

While there are numerous types of investments to choose from, an investor needs a substantial amount of capital to build a diversified portfolio. This capital requirement can be a particular challenge for small investors, as they may have minimal savings/earnings to invest. Here, exchange-traded funds (ETFs) make it possible to have a diversified portfolio with relatively low investment thresholds. ETFs also have a number of other features that make them ideal investment vehicles for the young investor. Interestingly, the yields from investments in ETFs can, at times, match outputs of several high-risk investments. You can check a comprehensive Exchange-Traded Funds Buying Guide to know all about ETFs – types of ETFs, how to buy and sell, limitations, advantages,

We  chose  seven  exchange-traded  funds  to compare them on parameters such as net assets, net asset value, fund grading, risk grade, returns since launch and year to date, performance over six months, one  year  and  two  years,  last  declared  dividend. We gave high weightage (15 points) to consumer feedback, based on which the most important and beneficial variables were shortlisted. The seven funds have been chosen based on their NAV as of 04 July 2017.

ETFs Compared

 
  • Reliance ETF Nifty BeES
  • ICICI Prudential Nifty iWIN ETF
  • Kotak Banking ETF
  • SBI ETF Sensex
  • UTI Nifty ETF
  • UTI Sensex ETF
  • SBI ETF Nifty 50

Parameters Compared

 
  • Fund Grading
  • Risk Grade
  • Return Grade
  • Net Assets (in crore)
  • Additional Investment
  • NAV Returns (since launch)
  • Returns
  • (YTD)
  • Six Months’ Performance
  • One Year’s Performance
  • Two years’ Performance
  • Expense Ratio
  • Last Declared Dividend (per unit)
  • Consumer Feedback

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