What does List-Of-ETF.com do differently from any other list of ETF?
What is NTF in the ETF list?
How often do you update ETF Free Trade List?
How do you consider tier-structured rate?
How to contact you?

What does List-Of-ETF.com do differently from any other list of ETF?

We are focusing on finding the right brokerage firm for you to trade your favorite index fund FREE. Let's face it, Index Fund (ETF) has become a favorite investment vehicle due to low expense ratio when comparing with mutual funds. One major drawback on ETF was the transaction fee, not much but it does add up. Now as more and more firms start to offer free trades on ETFs, it's time to compile a Free ETF list by brokerage firm.

What is NTF in the ETF list?

NTF stands for No Transaction Fee. It's a common tag, mostly used for mutual funds, however as more and more brokerage firms start to offer free trade on selected ETFs, it will eventually start to be adopted in ETF world.

How often do you update ETF Free Trade List?

We update Free Trade ETF List as we receive the notice from our affiliated brokerage firms Daily.

How do you consider tier-structured rate?

Some brokers may run a tier-structured commission rate program, or even better they give you a few free trades or more if you total assets is over certain amount. We do NOT consider those *free* trades. The listed rate goes by a broker's commission rate in lowest tier (highest commission rate) category.

How to contact you?

We appreciate any feedback or comments regarding to our website or any other thoughts you want to share with us, feel free to email admin@list-of-etf.com.