- 27 June 2010
iShares Core S&P 500 ETF (IVV) was formerly known as iShares S&P 500 Index Fund.
I am would also suggest having a look at the IShares web site and reading about the role of the marker maker(s). Also checkout the Net Asset Value (NAV) which IShares provides at the close of trading each day and this figure is displayed on their website.Don't trade these ETFs at market price, make sure to use limit orders and adjust the order if necessary.
ok, thanks, I'll look at IHVV too.it's a combination of the AUD/USD movement since yesterday's ASX close plus the S&P 500 futures movement since yesterday's US close (S&P 500 futures are up about 0.4% today)
if you want to strip out the currency effect you can check IHVV, that is only down 1.6% since it would also be capturing the S&P 500 futures move
Agree. It was the accountant in me talking (above), not wanting to overpay for that 10c bag of lollies, or anything else for that matter.not quite sure why a difference of 0.5% or 1% is make or break when it comes to buying units in the ETF itself
Hi does anyone that has IVV.AX shares know if they send prefill information to the ATO?
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