Definition: Leveraged ETFs allow investors to boost returns on an index by using financial derivatives and debt. These ETFs are available for most indices such as the S&P 500 and the NASDAQ composite, and deliver returns in multiples of the underlying index.
Quick Category Facts
- Count: 100 ETFs are placed in the Emerging Markets Equities ETFdb Category.
- Expense Ratio: Range from 0.13% to 1.10%
- Average Expense Ratio: 0.60%
- Issuers with ETFs in this Category include:
ALPS, Cambria, Charles Schwab, Columbia Threadneedle Investments, Deutsche Asset Management, Exchange Traded Concepts, First Trust, FlexShares, Franklin Templeton Investments, Global X, Goldman Sachs, Guggenheim, Hartford Funds, Invesco PowerShares, iPath, iShares, J.P. Morgan, KraneShares, Legg Mason, OppenheimerFunds, ProShares, State Street SPDR, TIAA Global Asset Management, VanEck, Vanguard, Victory Capital, WisdomTree
As of 07/20/2017