• ETFs

    Invest in entire financial markets with low commissions and precision execution

Exchange Traded Funds

Saxo Bank offers a range of Exchange Traded Funds (ETFs) that are tradable on live prices through its online trading platforms. Trading ETFs online gives you a straightforward, low cost and flexible way to access the stocks and commodities markets worldwide.

Take advantage of ETFs

Trade over 1,500 ETFs online with Saxo Bank.

  • Invest in entire financial markets with the simplicity of stock trading for instant investment diversification.
  • Listed on stock exchanges, traded and settled like stocks.
  • Simple way to diversify a portfolio and spread risk.
  • Benefit from a full range of market, limit and stop orders.
  • Monitor the performance of ETF through Saxo Bank platforms, using technical analysis and charting tool.
  • ETFs are passively managed investment funds traded publicly on stock exchanges in the same manner as traditional Stocks. An increasingly popular product, ETFs combine the benefits and ease of investing in stocks with the advantages of mutual fund investing and ready-made diversification of index tracking.

    Each ETF tracks an index or benchmark, meaning the objective for an ETF is to replicate the performance of the index or benchmark that it is tracking. ETFs track specific Stock, Bond, commodity or currency indices, some of which have a regional focus, while others have a sector focus, thus making them ideal for diversifying portfolios.

    Versatile, low-cost trading with ETFs

    Some ETFs, called Inverse ETFs or Short ETFs, replicate the inverse performance of the index or benchmark, offering investors the chance to benefit from falling prices. Meanwhile Leveraged ETFs offer a fixed amount of leverage on the performance of an index, usually around 2:1 or 3:1.

    The passive management of ETFs typically results in a low-cost structure relative to traditional funds. This benefit combined with the availability of leveraged or inverse tracking of specific indices or benchmarks, makes ETFs ideal for intelligently creating diversified portfolios. The trader can express individual views and preferences and gain efficient exposure to specific sectors, regions or indices.

    Trade ETFs from the worlds largest Tier 1 fund managers

    Saxo Bank offers access to a wide range of Exchange Traded Funds from various Tier one providers such as iShares, Powershares, Rydex, StreetTRACKS, SGAM ETFs, Lyxor ETFs and many more.

  • Saxo Bank provides an extensive list of mutual funds listed on the Copenhagen Stock Exchange. These regulated funds cover a range of asset classes, regions and sectors and enable traders to diversify an investment portfolio by employing products that can be traded throughout the day on the Copenhagen Stock Exchange.

    Danish Mutual Funds range

    The Danish mutual funds offered through SaxoTrader can be grouped into three main types:

    1. Investment Association funds (UCITS funds): A large range of Danish mutual funds are available in this category representing more than 20 different fund providers.
    2. Special Purpose Association Funds (non-UCITS funds): A small number of Special Purpose Association funds are available some of which focus on property investments.
    3. Other funds: In addition we offer a limited number of funds that are listed on the Copenhagen Stock Exchange but not domiciled in Denmark.

Reuse of ETF Investment collateral for other investments

We normally allow up to 75% of the current value of your current ETF investments to be reused for other investment activities.
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Product Risk

Danish banks are required to categorise investment products offered to retail clients depending on the product’s complexity and risk as: green, yellow or red.

ETFs are categorised as yellow or red products depending on the individual instrument. For more information about the categorisation of the individual instrument and the level of risk involved, please see the 'Product Risk Categorisation' located under our General Business Terms.

General  Business Terms