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Stock Quote Today & Recent News BlackRock Canada iShares S&P/TSX Capped Financials Index ETF T.XFN

Alternate Symbol(s):  ITSXF

XFN seeks to provide long-term capital growth by replicating, to the extent possible, the performance of the S&P/TSX Capped Financials Index, net of expenses. Under normal market conditions, XFN will primarily invest in equity securities issued by Canadian issuers participating in the financials sector.


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Opinion & Analysis (TSX:XFN)

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Bullboard Posts (TSX:XFN)

BMO Has "Much Better Mouse- Traps" Here

"Pure' Bank Exposure, no life-cos. Have a look-see under T.ZWB, T.ZUB (U.S. banks), T.ZBK T.HFU. and T.ZEB. You're welcome.
uchuck - February 16, 2017

RE:HELP---HELP

You can't.  But if you want financials exposure, Canadian banks are solid.
backabock - September 27, 2016

HELP---HELP

HOW DO YOU GET STOCKHOUSE TO RETURN TO THE OLD WAY OF SHOWING THE STOCKS AND VARIOUS COMMENTS OF SHAREHOLDERS OR INTERESTED PLAYERS ????...
geoffs13 - April 26, 2016

RE:RE: bullish

That was then... this is the now: Sold HFU-T and bought HFD-T ...
Contra_Man - November 2, 2015

RE: bullish

Agreed... Sold HFD-T (+6%) and Bought HFU-T ...
Contra_Man - April 11, 2012

RE: RE: 52 week low

Too true.  While I like ETFs in a number of sectors, it seems you always need to adjust portfolios to their weightings.  While...
Reepicheep - August 26, 2010