How to read the ETF Instrument details page?

Everything about the instrument details page for ETFs

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*ETFs trading: countries: France, Poland, Belgium, Portugal, Netherlands, Germany, Italy, Luxembourg

To better analyse each of the ETFs individually, tap on the ETF you are interested in (from your Portfolio, or from the Explore screen). You can see here the instrument screen with details on this position.

In the top-right corner of the screen you can find 3 icons:

  1. Share icon - tap on this icon to share the asset, via your preferred medium.

  2. Set a price alert icon - tap on this icon to set a price alert for the asset (read more about price alerts here: What are price alerts?).

  3. Add to watchlist icon - tap on this icon to add the asset to your watchlist (read more about managing a watchlist here: What is a Watchlist, and how can I create one?).

Price chart

Above the price chart, you can find: the issuer of the ETF, the name of the ETF, its current market price and the percentage change the ETF experienced during the selected period.

To identify the percentage change of the ETF price at a specific time within a selected time period, tap on the chart and navigate to the required time. The scale of the chart depends on the time range selected below the chart:

1D = 1 Day (default)

1W = 1 Week

1M = 1 Month

1Y = 1 Year

5Y = 5 Years.

Trade indicators

If you currently have open positions in this instrument, on the price chart you can see small dots. These are trade indicators, showing your past trading activity of the given instrument. Tap on the indicator to display the details of your trade (type of trade - buy/sell and the amount you bought or sold (fees excluded)). If more than one trade of this instrument was executed in close proximity, you can see the number of trades for each side (buy or sell) and the amount for each trade.


*This section will only be visible for you if you currently hold the ETF in your Portfolio. If you don’t own this ETF at the moment, this section will remain hidden.

The Investments section is swipe-able and shows a total of 8 different values:

  • Position value - the current value of your open position.

  • Gain (or Loss) - the total loss or gain of your current investment in this ETF, excluding the transaction costs.

  • Units owned - the amount of units of the ETF you own.

  • Allocation - how much of your portfolio this asset makes.

  • Performance - how well the open positions of this asset are performing, in %.

  • Hold time - the duration between the time the asset is bought and the time when it’s sold. This resets every time you sell all of an open position.

  • Avg. price - the average purchase price of your currently open positions of this asset, excluding the transaction costs.

  • Trades - the number of trades you executed for this asset (buys and sells).


This section shows the basic information about the ETF. If you want to see the details, simply tap on “See all”. At the top of the “About” section you can also find a tag “Accumulating”, if the particular ETF is accumulating (it automatically reinvests any dividends in the purchase of additional shares of the ETF) , or “Distributing”, for distributing ETFs (they directly distribute dividends earned from the underlying assets to investors). Learn more about the differences between the two types of ETFs in our article here: What are accumulating and distributing ETFs?.

People you follow

Here you can find all the people who watch or own this particular ETF, within the ones that you follow in the app. *If none of the people you follow own or watch this ETF, this section is skipped.

Key stats

  • Fund size - the total market value of all assets (investments and cash) in this fund.

  • 5Y return - the annualised return, includes the reinvestment of all dividends and any capital gains distributions.

  • Div. yield - percentage of the fund value that would be earned as dividend (keep in mind that not all funds issue a fund dividend).

  • Beta - measure of an asset’s volatility in relation to the overall market.

*Some of the values under the Key stats might not be provided for a particular asset, if not applicable. In such cases, you will see the “-” sign under the statistic which is not available.


This section shows the underlying assets in the ETF and it can be displayed either as a list of assets, a list of sectors, or a list of countries. In each view, you can tap on “More details” to display the full list.

*Some of this information might not be visible in the app for a particular asset, if not available.

Ongoing charges

Ongoing charges, also known as Total Expense Ratio, are the annual fees that are charged by the fund manager to cover costs, such as management fees. Learn more about Ongoing charges, in our article here: What are the ongoing charges shown on an ETF on Shares' instrument details page?.


*This section will only be visible for you if the ETF offers dividends. If the ETF doesn’t offer dividends, this section will be skipped.

This section displays the past dividend payments and the upcoming ones (if they were already declared) for the ETF. To find out more about dividends, check the What are dividends? article.


The latest articles relevant for the assets in a particular ETF will be displayed here. Tap on the article to see a preview, or to share it. To see the full article, simply tap on “Read full article”.


Here you can find your executed trades and dividends received from this ETF (up to the last three activities). *If you haven’t bought this ETF before, this section will be skipped.

Price alerts

Any set price alerts for this ETF will be displayed here. *If you don’t have any price alerts set for the ETF, this section will be skipped.

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