One does not necessarily require a large amount of money to start investing in ETFs. ETF investment is designed to suit a wide range of investors, including those with smaller amounts of capital.
In ETFs, you can invest with as low as the price of one unit of an ETF. Where Equity ETFs are concerned, with every unit of an ETF that you buy, you get a small piece of all the stocks that comprise the index that the ETF tracks. On the other hand, when you invest directly in stocks, you may require a larger sum of money to purchase all the stocks that make up an index.
One can begin investing in ETFs with smaller amounts and gradually grow their portfolio by consistently contributing additional funds over time. By staying consistent and disciplined towards their investment plans, investors can steadily build their investments in ETFs and work towards their long-term financial goals.
In Summary, ETFs allow you to invest in all the stocks of the index at a very low amount, equal to the price of one unit of an ETF.
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