What does Exchange Traded Derivative mean?
A derivative contract, traded through an authorized exchange. Exchange Traded Derivatives are derivatives, options and futures contracts listed for trading on exchanges. They are also known as listed derivatives.
Futures Knowledge Explains Exchange Traded Derivative
As the ETF market has grown substantially, the leading futures exchanges such as CME Group and Eurex have established derivatives on ETFs. Futures and options on popular ETFs are now available for trade at the futures exchanges. These include exchange traded derivatives on a broad range of underlying assets such as interest rates, foreign exchange, equities, and commodities. The derivatives exchange acts as an intermediary to all transactions and acts as a guarantor. Exchange Traded Derivatives reduce counter party risk and also help you to manage your risk exposure.