It is a new world. Today’s markets may be more volatile, more uncertain and more complex than ever before. Investing in today’s world is an active, dynamic process and many of the old ways of investing simply are not working any more.
In these markets, consider iShares ETFs – the same ETFs that 9 of 10 large professional investors choose.1
See what makes iShares different:
|9 out of 10 large professional investors use iShares for their ETFs1||Over 275 ETFs in the US help you uncover opportunities and implement your ideas||iShares has delivered transparent, cost- and tax-efficient access to investors across the globe|
|With over 75+ US ETFs with more than a 10 year history, we can help you navigate today's markets||120 investment teams in 27 countries means we have boots on the ground||iShares provided clients liquid, transparent access to an opaque and disparate market with the launch of the first bond ETF in 2002|
|iShares has a 10 year track record of providing tax efficient ETFs2||Award-winning tools, website and social media help you take action4||With the first emerging markets and frontier markets3 ETFs, iShares unlocked access to distant equity markets typically only available to large institutions|
|BlackRock advises many of the world's largest companies and governments on managing risks and understanding capital markets||BlackRock is a thought leader across markets, risk management technology and investment strategies and offers active and index mutual funds, separately managed accounts and iShares ETFs||BlackRock continuously brings the best of BlackRock to our clients, pioneering new ways to combine active and index strategies|
Find the iShares ETF that's right for you
- Source: Greenwich Associates – U.S. ETF Research. Base: 62 pensions, foundations, and endowments using ETFs between Feb and Apr 2012; nearly 90% (89%) use iShares, compared to 60%, 47% and 40% that use the other most-used ETF providers.
- Over the last 10 years, iShares has not paid capital gains 98% of the time. Source: BlackRock, as of 12/11. Past distributions are not indicative of future distributions.
- First frontier markets ETF tracking an index with exposure only to frontier markets.
- Source: kasina study, 2012