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Why do you have ETFs only (apart from a nominal amount of cash) and no other financial instruments in your portfolios?
QuietGrowth believes in constructing its portfolios in the best interests of its clients. We believe that exchange-traded funds (ETFs) are the best option to get exposure to various asset classes, as long as suitable ETFs are available.
An ETF is an investment fund that is traded on stock exchanges, much like stocks. An ETF holds assets such as stocks, bonds, or commodities. Most ETFs track an index, such as the ASX 300. QuietGrowth uses ETFs that are traded in the Australian Securities Exchange (ASX) and track an index.
QuietGrowth is not restricting itself to use ETFs only. After all, ETFs are a relatively recent innovation, with a history dating from early-1990s only. Whenever QuietGrowth finds out a better financial instrument to design its portfolios, it will adopt the same.
- Why do you use ETFs in your portfolio instead of individual stocks and bonds?
- Why do all your portfolios have the same ETFs?