Past performance is not necessarily indicative of future results, and any person acting on this information does so entirely at their own risk.
Download free app
ABOUT INSTRUMENT

Invest in NGAS.UK with ZERO commission

ETFS Natural Gas (Acc USD)
Commission
0 EUR*
Minimum transaction value
1 EUR / 1 USD
Market hours
09:00 - 17:30

Have all your trades always at hand

With award-winning and easy to use XTB trading app

Latest news

Keep your finger on the pulse with our latest news

Chart of the day - BITCOIN (26.02.2024)

26 February 2024

Euro's Recovery Against the Dollar: A Temporary...

26 February 2024

Economic calendar: US new homes sales and...

26 February 2024
See more news
GET ACCESS

How to invest in ETFs at XTB?

1. Open an account

Complete the form and send relevant documents - all without unnecessary formalities.

2. Make a deposit

Choose a deposit method convenient for you from a range of available ones, including instant and free payments.

3. Start trading

Choose from 20+ CFD commodities and 5700+ other instruments.

1. Download the app

Visit your mobile store and download our app completely for free

2. Open an account

Complete the form and send relevant documents - all without unnecessary formalities.

3. Make a deposit and start trading

Choose a deposit method convenient for you from a range of available ones, including instant and free payments.

WHY XTB

Why trade at XTB?

Innovative Platform

We are constantly working on the development of our proprietary and award-winning trading platform to make sure it suits all your needs. Available in both desktop and mobile versions.

Regulation

We are part of the group that is one of the largest stock echange-listed brokers in the world, regulated by several reputable supervisory authorities. It is also worth noting that XTB clients’ funds are being kept in segregated accounts, which means that they are separated from the company’s funds.

Multilingual and highly qualified Customer Support

Our support team is ready to help you 24 hours a day, from Monday to Friday.

TOP INSTRUMENTS

Check out more instruments

All equites
Education

Explore extensive Knowledge base

REIT ETF & Stock - How to Invest in Property

How to Apply for a Trading Account

How to Activate Your Account

FAQ

Do you have any questions?

An Exchange-Traded Fund (ETF) is a type of investment instrument that holds a collection of assets, such as stocks, bonds, commodities etc. and tracks the performance of a particular index or market sector. ETFs are traded on stock exchanges, just like stocks.

To buy ETFs you will need to open a brokerage account, conduct research and select ETFs that align with your investment goals and risk tolerance. It is best for beginners to seek education and gain proper knowledge before starting investing.

It is possible to lose money in ETFs, as with any investment. The value of an ETF can decline, as the ETF's share price may be affected by market conditions and investors' sentiment.

Yes, you can invest in ETFs on your own. They are traded on stock exchanges, just like stocks and can be bought and sold through a brokerage account.

There are many platforms that offer ETF trading, and the best platform for you will depend on your individual needs and circumstances. Some factors to consider when choosing a platform for ETF trading include the range of ETFs available, fees and commissions, ease of use and additional features.
Xtb logo

Join over 935 000 XTB Group Clients from around the world

The financial instruments we offer, especially CFDs, can be highly risky. Fractional Shares (FS) is an acquired from XTB fiduciary right to fractional parts of stocks and ETFs. FS are not a separate financial instrument. The limited corporate rights are associated with FS.
This page was not created for investors residing in Brazil. This brokerage is not authorized by the Comissão de Valores Mobiliários (CVM) or the Brazilian Central Bank (BCB). The content of this page should not be characterized as an investment offer in Brazil or for investors residing in that country.

Losses can exceed deposits