The Challenge

There is a wealth of information for investors when researching investment products. Information is cheap and everywhere. The research and analytically skill required to put the information into a structured and meaningful form is rare. There is a good reason for this, financial analysis is not cheap. Our goal in meeting the challenge is not to provide a universal pit stop for investors but to provide insights to understand various listed Exchange Trade Funds. It is what we know and what we are good at and as with everything in investment, you play to your strengths.

The Solution

Our approach to research is to provide insightful and detailed analysis of the exchange traded funds so investors can make an informed investment decisions beginning to end. What set us apart is the top notch research capabilities from top down level analysis of ETF products and bottom up digging into the details. It means when investors walk away from our research they are richer in understanding what their hard earned savings is buying.

With any research, it is just as important presenting the results in a clear and concise format which can be digested easily.  We go deep in the analysis but in the presentation, we don’t dumb down the content but rather explain it as clearly as we can by treating our readers as smart non-experts.

We take pains to ensure there is no conflict of interest by starting every piece of research on a blank canvas. Most importantly we are ETF provider agnostic, only to look to highlight the best product which will meeting investors needs and present the risks so they can prepare and able to manage it ahead of time.

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For disclosures, please see the disclosures page. As always the site is for informational purposes only; it does not constitute an endorsement or solicitation for investment. SPA-ETF.com bears no responsibility for the accuracy of the information provided and make best effort it is accurate per ETF provider disclosures. Investors should do their own research or consult with a financial adviser before making any investment decision.