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|ETF||Asset Class||Expense ratio|
|SPDR STI ETF||Equities||0.30%|
|Nikko AM Singapore STI ETF||Equities||0.30%|
|ABF Singapore Bond Index Fund||Bonds||0.25%|
|Phillip Sing Income ETF||Equities||≤0.70%|
|Lion Phillip S-REIT ETF||REITs||0.60%|
|SPDR S&P 500 ETF||Equities||0.09%|
|SPDR Gold Shares ETF||Commodity (Gold)||0.40%|
|Ishares Barclays USD Asia HY Bond ETF||Bonds||0.50%|
|NikkoAM-StraitsTrading Asia ex Japan REIT ETF||REITs||0.60%|
|Nikko AM SGD IG Corp Bond ETF||Bonds||0.30%|
The costs of ETFs can be quite variable. However, most ETFs have TERs that are much lower than unit funds (around 0.5%). It is possible to start buying ETFs with fairly low capital (as little as $1,000, depending on the going rate at the time).