INGOT Brokers AU | Trade XLF.ETF


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This ETF, one of the powerhouse SPDR products, provides exposure to an index that includes companies from the following industries: diversified financial services; insurance; commercial banks; capital markets; real estate investment trusts; thrift & mortgage finance; consumer finance; and real estate management & development. XLF contains the who's-who of the financial players in the domestic economy, including JP Morgan, Wells Fargo, and others. This makes it an ideal play on the U.S. financials world, which has not always been stable. After the 2008 U.S. recession, many of the financial companies in the U.S. came under a great deal of scrutiny for irresponsible practices that lead to the downfall of the economy. Since then, the government has not been shy about imposing new regulations and legislation on these big name banks and institutions. Investors looking into this product show be aware that it will likely be very effected by U.S. policy as we aim to ensure that another crisis of this magnitude does not repeat itself. Investors should also note that XLF pays out a decent dividend, which may provide steady income in times of market downturns.


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