Frequently Asked Questions


Although GFGF is a relatively small ETF, and sometimes the traded volume is small, the liquidity of GFGF is dependent only on the trading volumes of the stocks in the portfolio. All of our stocks are large companies with high trading volumes. Therefore, GFGF is very liquid as well. You can trade large volumes of GFGF without any problems.
For all ETFs, there are two numbers: its trading price and its net asset value. The net asset value changes constantly during trading hours, as the prices of the stocks in the portfolio change. But the ETF’s trading price will change only if there is a trade with the ETF. Therefore, there is a premium/discount between the trading price and the net asset value. But even if the ETF is not traded for a long time, the next time someone wants to trade, the trading price will still be around the net asset value instead of the price it was traded last time.
This is caused by the discrepancy between the trading price and the net asset value. It is usually a small number, within +/- 0.5%. But if you look at the daily changes, it may appear to be out of sync with the changes of the stock prices in the holdings. Because of this, sometimes it might be helpful to use a limit order when buying an ETF, as a limit order can limit the price to a small range from the net asset value. You can find the net asset value of GFGF here: