Frequently Asked Questions


ETFs, or Exchange Traded Funds, are listed index funds. You can buy and sell ETFs like shares on international stock exchanges. ETFs are generally low cost.

ETFs differ from ordinary funds in that they are bought and sold on a stock exchange just like shares. Ordinary index funds can only be sold and bought according to the fund’s own rules and cannot be found on the stock exchange.

The value of ordinary index funds can be calculated for pricing and trading either daily, weekly, fortnightly, monthly or even less frequently, while the price of ETFs lives according to the market. Stock exchange listing allows you to monitor price developments while the stock exchange is open without a day’s delay.

As with all investments, investing in ETFs has its own risks. The value of your investment can go down as well as up so you may get back less than you originally invested.

In the “How to Start Investing” program and the “Start Investing” coaching led by Jarkko Aho, we go through everything you should know about investing before you start. You can go through our program in the app, and by subscribing to our newsletter you’ll be the first to receive information about our upcoming coaching.

ROI allows you to invest in the ETFs of your choice for any amount of money. The ETF funds in your portfolio are invested in according to how much you transfer via a recurring or one-time transfer.