Invest in India!
An ETF (Exchange traded fund) is a basket of securities that tracks an underlying index.
For example, a Nifty 50 ETF tracks the composition of the Nifty 50 Index. When you buy a Nifty ETF, you are getting exposure to the 50 stocks that form the Index.
Why Nifty ETFs?
50 biggest Indian stocks across 13 sectors
Extremely low cost exposure to the market
Nifty has outperformed 90% of all large-cap
Nifty 50 index represents 66.8% of the free float
market capitalization of all the stocks listed on NSE
Biggest Nifty ETFs
SBI Nifty 50 ETF
₹ 55,103 Cr
UTI Nifty 50 ETF
₹ 13,079 Cr
Reliance Nifty 50 ETF
₹ 1,172.46 Cr
Note: Always use limit orders when buying or selling ETFs