Exchange-traded funds (ETFs) are index-based products that allow investors to buy or sell shares of entire portfolios of stock in a single security. Moreover, an ETF is a type of investment vehicle whose objective is to achieve the same return as a particular market, and is similar to an index fund in that it will primarily invest in the securities of companies that are included in a selected market index.
A variety of exchange-traded products are based on Russell's premier U.S. and global equity index families.
See the Provider column in the table below for the ETF distributors. You may find more information and purchasing capability via the fund provider and the various exchanges which sell them.
Russell Indexes and their ETF products.
Select from the drop down to view different ETF categories.
If you would like more information on ETFs and how they fit into your investment portfolio, talk to your financial advisor. If you don't have one please contact a local Russell office.
ETFs are also available through major brokerage firms. You may contact your own broker for information on the purchase of ETFs.
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ETFs, like any investment, have risks. You should carefully consider these risks before investing. This information does not constitute or should be construed as investment advice. You should consult your own financial advisor with respect to your own situation or that of any entity which you represent or advise.
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