Our investment products

Trackers (ETFs)

Invest in the broad range of ING trackers!

You invest in all the equities of an index or equity basket in a single transaction through a tracker or ETF (Exchange Traded Fund). Take advantage of ING's diversified offering.

  • Online

    ING Self Invest gives you access to a wide range of trackers anytime, anywhere.

  • Diversified offering

    In one single transaction, you can invest in all the shares that are combined in an index.

  • Low fees

    Your management fees are lower than those that apply to an equity portfolio.

  • Easy to trade

    Trackers are listed on the stock exchange and can therefore be bought and sold very easily.

A tracker or Exchange Traded Fund (ETF) is a fund that is listed on the stock exchange. Its performance is modelled as precisely as possible on that of an index or basket of equities. To obtain this likeness, the fund invests in the equities that make up the index. For example, if the Euro Stoxx 50 index climbs by 2%, the Euro Stoxx 50 tracker will do the same. There are trackers based on different indices, commodities, regions or sectors. There are both capitalization and distribution trackers.

This means that there are a huge and varied number of investment options.

  • As diverse as a fund: by buying a tracker, you invest in all the equities that make up an index, in a single transaction.
  • As easily traded as shares: trackers are listed on the stock exchange. It is therefore very easy to buy and sell them.
  • Low costs: trackers passively follow the index they are linked to. The charges are therefore lower than for an equity portfolio, as the latter requires active management by managers.
  • Capital risk : The value of the share in the market varies according to the perspectives of the company and the general trend of the markets. In the event of a company bankruptcy, the investor risks losing his invested capital
  • Market risk : The value of stocks is influenced by a variety of factors. These include developments in the financial markets, the global economic situation and the economic and political conditions in the countries concerned.
  • Yield risk : Investing in stocks offers no guarantee of return. As a result, the shareholder may not receive any income from holding the share due to the failure to pay a dividend. In addition, it is also possible that no return, or even a capital gain, will be realized on the sale of the share.
  • Exchange rate risk : The exchange risk has to do with the possibility that the return on the investment will fall as a result of an unfavorable evolution of the currency in which the tracker is listed.
  • To find out more about trackers, read our financial information brochure (PDF).
  • Before you start investing in a tracker, please read the Key Investor Information.
  • You already have an ING Self Invest account? Execute your orders quickly and easily via Home'Bank or the ING Investing app.
  • Alternatively, you can submit your order via our 'Client Services' O2 464 60 04 at the applicable rate. Consult our rates.

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