- TD Ameritrade’s new ETF Knowledge Center arms retail investors with greater education and information on ETFs.
Building a diversified portfolio of exchange-traded funds (ETFs) just got simpler and more efficient, thanks to the launch of a new ETF Knowledge Center from TD Ameritrade, Inc. (“TD Ameritrade”), a broker dealer subsidiary of TD Ameritrade Holding Corporation.
"The ETF market has expanded tremendously over the past two decades"
TD Ameritrade’s new ETF Knowledge Center arms retail investors with greater education and information on ETFs, as well as insights on key ETF investment strategies as they relate to current market environments. Plus, investors can test their knowledge of ETFs by taking a quick pulse quiz.
“When it comes to investing for the long term, many Americans still aren’t doing nearly enough to pursue their intended goals. Our new ETF Knowledge Center is designed to help investors make choices in a way that eliminates extra clicks, provides objective research more directly and makes building a portfolio more visual and intuitive,” said Marco De Freitas, head of products for TD Ameritrade.
A sampling of content in the ETF Knowledge Center includes video tutorials, articles and announcements about ETFs from the basics to in-depth specialty topics, such as:
- ETF Diversification
- How to Build a Low-Cost Portfolio of ETFs
- Accessing Commodities
- Special Report: Risks Associated with Leveraged and Inverse ETFs
- Measuring ETF Luquidity
"The ETF market has expanded tremendously over the past two decades, leaving investors with more choices and greater potential opportunity than ever. But, it also leaves them with a lot of questions about how to navigate the changing landscape,” continued De Freitas. “With the addition of new and different types of ETFs and the expansion of commission-free offerings, TD Ameritrade recognizes the need to help investors understand important aspects of ETFs, like liquidity, more easily identify whether ETFs are right for them, and choose ETFs for their investment strategy.