Nutmeg constructs portfolios on your behalf using exchange traded funds (ETFs). ETFs provide an easy way to gain exposure to a pool of investments without having to buy each one individually. They can track an index, such as the FTSE 100, or hold Government and corporate bonds.
ETFs traditionally have a lower annual management charge than other collective investment vehicles, such as unit trusts, investment trusts and open ended investment companies.
Find out more about ETFs
The guide covers:
- What is an ETF?
- Why use an ETF?
- How do we select our ETFs?
- Which currencies are ETFs traded in?
- Do we hold an actively managed or enhanced ETFs in our portfolios?
- What are the risks of ETFs?
How to see the investments you own
At any time, you can see exactly what you own.
- On desktop: open Investments, fees & more for your overall portfolio and look in the Allocation tab, or select 'Investments, fees & more' in the Options button of each pot you own. You can select each investment to learn more about it and why we choose it. For example, read about the VUKE ETF. For pension pots you will see the investments under the breakdown tab on your pension pot.
- You can't currently view your investments in the iOS app or mobile web.
Sample table of investments within the allocation tab: