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ETF knowledgebase for Canadians


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ETF Sage is a free ETF knowledgebase for Canadians. It has all you need to know about Canadian-listed ETFs (Exchange Traded Funds) including a comprehensive breakdown on every (280+) Canadian-listed ETF.

ETFs are a low cost and better alternative to mutual funds. You can use them to avoid the tyranny of Canadian mutual fund fees (rated the worst in a global 24-country survey by Morningstar).

Switching from mutual funds to ETFs could save you tens of thousands in fees:

ETF Categories

Passively Managed ETFs

Equities


Canada: Broad Market

Canada: Sector Specific

Canada: Real Estate Investment Trusts (REITs)

Canada: Mid-Cap and/or Small-Cap

Canada: Minimum Volatility

Canada: High Beta

Canada: Social & Environmental

USA: Broad Market

USA: NASDAQ

USA: Small Cap

USA: Sector Specific

USA: Minimum Volatility

USA: High Beta

EAFE (Europe, Australasia and Far East)

Europe

Far East/Asia

Emerging Markets

BRIC (Brazil, Russia, India and China)

Latin America

Global/World

Global/World excluding Canada

Global/World excluding USA

Developed World excluding Canada

Commodity exploration / production / extraction / services

Style: Growth / Value / Momentum

Fundamental Index-based

Equal-Weighted Index

Minimum Volatility

High Beta

Equity Income


Canada

USA

Canada & USA

Global

Global excluding North America

Preferred Shares

Fundamental Index-based

Fixed Income


Canada: Broad (Government & Corporate)

Canada: Government Sector

Canada: Corporate Sector

Canada: Convertible Bonds

Canada: Real Return Bonds (RRBs)

Canada: Floating Rate Notes

Canada: Money Market

Canada: Ultra Short Term (maturity: less than 1 year)

Canada: Short Term (maturity: 1 to 5 years)

Canada: Mid Term (maturity: 5 to 10 years)

Canada: Long Term (maturity: 10+ years)

Canada: Target Maturity

Canada: Laddered portfolio

Canada: Barbell portfolio

USA: Corporate Sector - Investment Grade: Short, Medium & Long Term (inclusive)

USA: Short Term (maturity: 1 to 5 years)

USA: Mid Term (maturity: 5 to 10 years)

USA: Broad (Government & Corporate)

USA: Non-investment Grade / Junk Bonds

USA: Leveraged Loans

Global/World excluding Canada

Emerging Markets

Fundamental Index-based

Tactical Bond

Commodities


Currencies


Multi-Asset Class