Exchange Traded Products (ETPs) are types of securities that track underlying security, index, or financial instruments. They are comprised of a family of securities that are traded on stock markets just like a common share and are traded intraday to help investors access different countries and regions as well as different sectors and investment styles. One common ETP are Exchange Traded Funds (ETFs), similar to a mutual fund, which contains a basket of investments, that usually tracks an underlying index.
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