Keep Up to Date with an ETF Newsletter

Reading an ETF newsletter can be a great way to keep up to date with current events that may effect your investments. ETF newsletters are put out by a number of publications. Usually the ETF that you actually invest in will put out a newsletter about the performance of the individual ETF. Here are the basics of an ETF newsletter and how it can help you stay on top of your ETF investments. 


One thing that you will usually see in the newsletter is the performance information of the ETF that you are investing in. While you may keep up with the pricing on a regular basis, sometimes it helps to see it displayed on a quarterly basis. This can help you make a decision as to whether or not the ETF is meeting your individual investment goals. 

Underlying Assets

Another valuable source of information that an ETF newsletter can provide are details about the underlying assets. ETFs are like mutual funds in that they hold securities from a number of different companies and industries. For example, if you invest in an oil ETF, the performance of the investment depends on how oil does. With this newsletter, you can find out valuable information about the underlying assets that make up the ETF. 

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