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ETF, the full name of “Exchange-Traded Fund”, investment products in between stocks and funds. Maybe investors in Malaysia are relatively new to it, but ETFs are very common abroad. ETFs can be understood as “funds that can be traded on exchanges”, that is, you can directly invest ETFs on the stock exchange market.
Since Vitamincash is a platform focusing on REITs, so we only discuss and track REITs ETF.
REITs ETFs operate by raising funds to purchase a basket of REITs, which are then subdivided into small units and sold on stock exchanges. For example, the price of REITs ETF A is SGD1 per unit, and it currently holds 20 REITs share. So by only paying the price of SGD1 per unit and investing in REITs ETF A, is equivalent to investing in 20 REITs at the same time.
If there is any surge in REITs share price, eventually will be reflected in ETF. In the other hand, distribution given by REITs will be distributed by ETF as well.
REITs ETF advantages:
  1. Pay stable dividends like REITs and enjoy stock price returns
  2. Reduce risk because you invest in a basket of REITs instead of a single REIT
  3. Reduce costs, you can invest in multiple REITs  by paying a brokerage fee once
  4. ETF manager professional management
REITs ETF disadvantages:
  1. Management fee must be paid, usually 0.3-0.5% per year
  2. Bad REITs in the basket may drag down overall performance
There are currently 3 REITs ETFs listed on the Singapore Stock Exchange, namely
At the same time, there is another REIT ETF listed in bursa Malaysia -TradePlus MSCI Asia Ex Japan Reits Tracker
In the coming 3 days, I will analyze and share with you one by one, Stay tunes.
The above article is purely information sharing, not investment or trading advice. For investment advice, please consult professional investment institutions.  This site is carried out in a personal hobby, non-profit manner, without any interests, not related to any kind of business or investment courses, no sales of investment books, not managing any public/private funds, no sales/promotion of any investment products


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