ETF fact Sheet, which contains most of the details of the ETF, must be reviewed before investing, below are informations provided by fact sheet.

Index Tracking
You must clearly know which index the ETF tracks. For example, if you want to focus on the Tech industry, you must, of course, choose Nasdaq or other Tech index-based ETFs. In addition to the famous index, like Nasdaq / SP500, there are actually many unique indexes on the market, such as gaming index, alcohol index, 3-D printing index, 5G index, etc. by selecting the wanted index, you can be very accurate to invest in your favourite field. 

Derivative-based ETF
There are many derivative-based ETFs on the market, such as short market ETF, commodity ETF, 2x-4x leveraged ETF and so on. The above ETFs are not suitable for long-term investment because they involve future contract, and I will not introduce them

Performance
previous ETF performance for reference

Number of Holdings
This is the number of shares held by the ETF. Some ETFs may hold 50 stocks, and some ETFs may hold up to hundreds of shares. The more shares it holds, the more stable it is. On the contrary, the harder it is to rise.

Top 10 Holdings & Weighting
Details of the top 10 holdings and their weighting. Some ETFs hold less than 10% weighting of the top 10 shares, and some can exceed 50%

Distribution
Dividend cycle, dividends are given quarterly or annually (if any)

Industry breakdown
Display the proportion of ETF investment field

Expense Ratio
The fees charged by ETFs can be as small as 0.0x% on AUM, or as high as 0.XX%. Generally, large AUM and passive index-tracking ETF charges a lower fee

AUM(assets under management)
Larger means more investors, more stable

Average daily volume
Show ETF trading volume, try not to invest in ETFs with low trading volume

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