JFD offers index-based iShares Exchange-Traded Funds (ETFs) that can be a valuable part in any internationally diversified investment portfolio. These instruments are famous for their trading simplicity, tax efficiency and wide range of securities (spanning across two continents) included in their track list. Moreover, from some of them, you may also receive dividends.
Trade ETFs on a single MT5 live trading Account with JFD without paying commissions!**
*This product is not available to clients onboarded by JFD Overseas Ltd and the residents of China.
**Aggressive trading is subject to additional charges. Learn more
|iShares Core DAX® UCITS ETF (DE)||DAX Index||XETRA||Capitalisation||0||Start here|
|iShares Core MSCI EM IMI UCITS ETF||MSCI Emerging
|iShares Core S&P 500 ETF*||S&P 500 Index||NYSE Arca||Distribution||0||Start here|
|iShares MSCI China A UCITS ETF||MSCI China A Inclusion Index||LSE||Capitalisation||0||Start here|
|iShares MSCI India UCITS ETF||MSCI India Net TR (USD)||LSE||Capitalisation||0||Start here|
|iShares MSCI World ETF*||MSCI World Index||NYSE Arca||Distribution||0||Start here|
|iShares Core S&P 500 UCITS ETF||S&P 500 Index||LSE||Capitalisation||0||Start here|
|iShares Core MSCI World UCITS ETF||MSCI World Index||LSE||Capitalisation||0||Start here|
|Invesco MSCI Emerging Markets UCITS ETF||MSCI Emerging Markets Total Return Index||LSEETF||Capitalisation||0||Start here|
|Invesco Markets plc - Invesco Morningstar US Energy Infrastructure MLP UCITS ETF||Morningstar® MLP Composite IndexSM||LSEETF||Distribution||0||Start here|
|Invesco EQQQ Nasdaq-100 UCITS ETF||NASDAQ-100 Notional Net Total Return Index||EBS||Distribution||0||Start here|
|Invesco S&P 500 High Dividend Low Volatility UCITS ETF||S&P 500® Low Volatility High Dividend Net Total Return Index||LSEETF||Distribution||0||Start here|
|iShares MSCI World UCITS ETF||Index composed of companies from 23 developed countries, covering 85% of the listed equities in each country||EBS||Distribution||0||Start here|
|iShares Global Clean Energy UCITS ETF||Index composed of 30 of the largest global companies involved in the clean energy sector||EBS||Distribution||0||Start here|
|Invesco Energy S&P US Select Sector UCITS ETF||S&P500 index||LSEETF||Capitalisation||0||Start here|
|Invesco NASDAQ Biotech UCITS ETF||NASDAQ Biotechnology Index||LSEETF||Capitalisation||0||Start here|
|Xtrackers Russell 2000 UCITS ETF||Russell 2000 Index||LSEETF||Capitalisation||0||Start here|
Aggressive ETF flow is charged on a daily or weekly basis as follows:
Aggressive trading practices include but are not limited to scalping, latency arbitrage, professional money management and high-frequency or algorithmic trading. JFD undertakes at its sole discretion regular evaluations of trading activity to identify the clients who are subject to aggressive trading charges considering multiple criteria, among which are the total number of trades opened and closed within the day and the traded symbols. For example, opening and closing more than ten positions during a day with more than one long position opened in the same instrument could be considered an aggressive trading practice.
|ETFs||No commission*||No commission*||No commission*||No commission*|
Note: * Aggressive cash equity flow is charged on a daily or weekly basis as follows:
Aggressive trading practices include but are not limited to scalping, latency arbitrage, professional money management and high-frequency or algorithmic trading. JFD undertakes at its sole discretion regular evaluations of trading activity to identify the clients who are subject to aggressive trading charges considering multiple criteria, among which are the total number of trades opened and closed within the day and the traded symbols. For example, opening and closing more than ten positions during a day with more than one long position opened in the same stock could be considered an aggressive trading practice.
ETF or Exchange Traded Fund is a portfolio management entity that generates capital from shareholders and invests it in a basket of financial instruments. It usually replicates the structure of an index, an investment region or an industry as closely as possible. For example, an ETF may use as a benchmark the DAX or track the developed countries in Europe or the fintech industry. With over four trillion USD of investment volume worldwide, ETFs have become quite a popular low cost, transparent and tax-efficient investment vehicle. Such funds could be suitable for medium to long-term oriented investors.
ETFs work in much the same way as stocks. A fund manager will design an ETF to track the performance of an asset or group of assets, and then sell shares in that fund to investors. These investors then own a portion of an ETF, but do not have any rights to the underlying assets in the fund. Instead, ETFs track the value of the underlying, and provide investors with near-identical returns.
When an ETF applies a dividend distribution policy, it allocates the gained dividends among its investors (shareholders). On the other hand, a dividend capitalisation policy implies that the fund reinvests the gained dividends increasing its capital (assets under management). If you buy and hold long enough shares in an ETF that distributes dividends, you will receive a portion of them on the dividend payment date.
Yes, depending on the ETF.
When an ETF has a dividend policy set to distribution and you hold an open position at the market opening on the Ex-dividend date, you will receive the Net Dividend (dividend after taxation) directly on your trading account after the Payment date.
You can find all transactions related to dividends in your account history or your daily account statement.
JFD offers the commission-free ETFs as physical products in which you can invest your capital owning the purchased asset (shares of the fund’s equity). When trading the CFDs on ETFs, you speculate on the price movements without actually owning the respective assets. Unlike ETF CFDs, the commission-free ETFs have no leverage (100% required margin).
iShares is a group of exchange-traded funds (ETFs) managed by the global investment corporation BlackRock Inc.