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Exchange traded funds, or ETFs, are publicly traded investment funds that attempt to replicate the composition and performance of common indexes, according to Nasdaq. For many investors, owning portfolios that mimic larg... More »

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The Standard & Poor's depositary receipt exchange-traded fund, or SPDR ETF, invests in a variety of holdings, thus mimicking mutual funds, but trades on an exchange in a similar fashion to stocks, notes The Motley Fool. ... More »

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The Toronto Stock Exchange lists stocks in Canadian dollars. It is the largest stock exchange in Canada and is located on Bay Street in Toronto, according to Investopedia. More »

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Total stock market index funds are mutual funds or exchange-traded funds, or ETFs, that replicate the exposure to every stock or security held on a particular exchange, country or particular threshold, known as a market ... More »

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The S&P 500 is a market index that uses the market-value weighted average of 500 stocks chosen by a committee, while the Nasdaq is a market index that averages the performance of all of the stocks currently traded on the... More »

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Financial websites such as CNN Money and CNBC provide side-by-side quotes of major market indexes, including the Dow Jones Industrial Average, the Nasdaq and the S&P 500. CNN Money displays most of the market data in rea... More »

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A stock futures chart tracks premarket trading activity for market indexes such as the Dow Jones Industrial Average, the Nasdaq and the S&P 500, according to CNN Money. The data includes premarket trading activity for in... More »

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