Interactively Explore ETF data
If you're tired of not being able to interact with ETF data you read in the news or PDF reports, then you've come to the right place. Making data come to life with an interactive application means you can explore more than just what you read in the headlines and gain more in-depth insights that can keep you better informed about the ETF market and your investments
We als have holdings analysis for over 100 ETFs. Updated daily, users can use this feature to see what equities and other assets are contained in ETFs as well as compare see what ETF exposure a particular stock like CBA, Afterpay, Tesla and more may have.
Data Driven Conversations
Whether you explore the articles on this site, listen to our podcast or videos or want to interact and ask questions on the ETFtracker Forum, we are here to help you on your ETF investing journey.
Each month we publish our latest insights from the data that comes from the ASX and Chi-X as well as from the ETF issuers. We also do a weekly wrap up of ETF news and insights that affect Australian ETF investors.
free to use?
We use publicly available sources of information to create this application and believe that better insights come from making this available at a low cost and the lowest cost is free. Additionally, our main work comes from data consulting to various finance/non-finance clients and this work is also an advertisement for our capabilities
Can I share or embed this app
in my own website?
Yes you can. Since it's currently built using Power BI, any user can click on the share icon at the bottom right of the app page and use that link to place this app within your own website. We just ask that you attribute us or our website in your work.
Can I trade through this app?
No. This app is purely for analysis purposes only and does not give financial advice but you will find that there are many wealth management firms who can help you with your trading requirements. Get in touch with us if you need help finding any.
How often is the data updated?
Monthly. The main data sources for the app come from the major Australian exchanges where you can trade these sorts of funds. These are the Australian Stock Exchange (ASX) and Chi-X. These exchanges update their data on a monthly basis.
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