Trading System
The ETF trading method is almost the same as the common stock trading method.
Trading System
Trading Hours Regular session (09:00 - 15:30), Off-hours session (07:30-08:30, 15:40-18:00)
Order Unit KRW 5
Trading Quantity Unit 1 account
Price Limit ±30% (for leveraged ETFs, x2)
Order Type Limit order, market order, conditional limit order, best limit order, preferred limit order
Short Selling Allowed (unlike stock market, short selling order at the price just prior to matching is allowed.
ETF Price
The price of ETF varies depending on the magnification for the index set by the collective investment company in the early stage. The magnification which applies to the calculation of trading prices is called 'price magnification'. In the case of foreign ETFs, not only index multiplier but also exchange rate is reflected to the price.

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ETF Lending & Borrowing
Like stocks, you can borrow ETFs from investment traders and agencies when a fall in the price is expected in ETFs and conduct short selling. Once the price drops as expected, you can realize profits by repurchasing them at a low price and paying back them.
Dividend Payment
An ETF deducts the expenses required for trust expense and management from the profits occurring from the stock basket and pays dividends to ETF investors usually on a monthly or quarterly basis. However, this does not mean that dividends are paid at the end of every month or quarter. As the payment of dividends aims not only to provide profits but also to reduce the tracking error for the index the ETF intends to track, dividends are paid only when payment is required to fulfill such purposes.