Besides providing tools to analyse ETFs replication quality, TrackInsight naturally acts as a search engine; because before comparing ETFs, you want to short-list those which are relevant to you.
Different Search Intentions
A lot of our users are already settled on particular asset classes and particular markets, but are willing to explore the ETF offering across indices.
Inspired both by standard classification and common sense, we designed a tag system that let us walk throught ETFs and indices in a more semantic way. Type “US Equity”, “European Bonds”, “Financials” and get a list of ETFs grouped by their benchmark.
ETFSome users know of an index they would like to replicate. When you search the name of a particular Index, we walk through our tag system, so that you get a list of ETFs tracking your choosen index, but also of ETFs tracking Indices that could be relevant to you. This might come handy when there is a very little number of ETFs replicating your index.
Another use case would be to compare the replication quality of an ETF that you are invested in, or consider to invest in, with the one of its peers; simply paste the ISIN in our search box and start comparing right away.
We also offer the possibility to filter results; even though you should really spend some time understanding the question behind the importance of the replication mechanism, informed users can choose to focus on synthetic or physical ETFs, based on their own beliefs.
Last but not least, we chose to integrate directly our ratings in the search results, giving you the most straightforward workflow when looking for replication quality in a chosen market.
All of the above is available for free, forever, on simple registration.
Recently, we figured out that we might be able to go beyond the search engine model, so we started working on something innovative. A system that lets critical data and patterns emerge, at the right time, and at the surface of a very modern interface. Join our journey building the TrackInsight Heatmap.