NYSE Exchange Traded Products

A variety of securities to meet your capital raising needs

Exchange traded products (ETPs), which include exchange traded funds (ETFs), exchange traded notes (ETNs) and exchange traded vehicles (ETVs), are one of the fastest growing investment products in the world. Their ability to combine the trading simplicity of stocks with the diversified risk of mutual funds continues to make them attractive to investors. In 2017 over half of the 270+ new ETFs1 listed were listed on NYSE Arca.

1 ETFS includes all exchange traded products

Exchange Traded Funds »

ETFs combine the trading characteristics of stock with the diversified risk of mutual funds, making them transparent, flexible and cost-efficient products.

Exchange-Traded Vehicles »

ETVs provide investors with exposure to underlying assets such as futures, commodities and currencies, without actually trading futures or taking physical delivery

Exchange-Traded Notes »

Debt Instruments offering exposure to market sectors and asset classes in a cost-efficient manner

Closed-End Funds »

A list of closed-end fund terminology is provided for reference

NYSE Arca Market Quality

* Calculated using Enhanced Quoted Spread (EQS). EQS methodology is described here.

Source: NYSE Internal Database and Consolidated Tape Statistics, December 31, 2019

Data includes top 10 exchanges in all categories.

Includes all Exchange traded Funds.


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Insights from the NYSE Community

Industry leaders share their views on the world of investing.


Gavin Filmore, Head of iPath Exchange Traded Products at Barclays, discusses their newly launched Gold and Silver ETNs (NYSE Arca Tickers: GBUG and SBUG), the first no fee ETNs.


Head of U.S. ETF Capital Markets Luke Oliver gives a recap of what's happening in the world of ETFs


ETF Strategist Andrew Upward discusses Jane Street’s recent survey on how institutions determine best execution.


Goldman Sachs Asset Management and Jane Street Discuss Fixed Income ETFs


Ed Coyne discusses physical metal exposure available via Sprott's Gold and Silver Trust


Metaurus Advisors’ Don Callahan discusses unbundling the S&P 500 index