ETF Holdings API

Tradefeeds ETF holdings API allows you to obtain real-time and historical data on various types of ETFs including market ETFs, bond ETFs, sector and industry ETFs, commodity ETFs and international ETFs. As Tradefeeds ETF database is currently expanding, we will soon be able to provide you with even more types of exchange-traded funds such as style ETFs, inverse ETFs, actively managed ETFs and exchange-traded notes (ETNs). This way, building ETF performance tools will be more convenient than ever.

The data collected in our ETF API database is sourced from reliable partners in the financial industry: investments funds, brokerages and financial advisors. You can get current and historical ETF holdings data in a JSON format or excel and CSV files. This ETF performance data can be used to elevate ETF comparison platforms and help investors gain insights into valuable entry positions.

ETF Holdings API Documentation

Top 9 ETFs requested from Tradefeeds ETF API Database

Since the beginning of 2021, the following small-cap, mid-cap and large-cap funds have been on the rise for clients interested in investing in a basket of stocks and assets. Check them out below for opportunities you can discover with the ETF Analysis API:

  1. SPDR S&P 500 Trust ETF
  2. Invesco QQQ ETF
  3. Vanguard Growth ETF (VUG)
  4. Schwab U.S. ETF (SCHA)
  5. iShares MSCU USA Min Vol Factor ETF (USMV)
  6. iShares Core High Dividend ETF (HDV)
  7. iShares MSCI KLD 400 Social ETF (DSI)
  8. Vanguard FTSE ETF (VEU)
  9. Vanguard FTSE Emerging Markets ETF (VWO)

Historical ETF Data

Tradefeeds Historical ETF API provides important assets in building ETF performance tools and ETF portfolio management. Here are top benefits of working with historical ETF data:

  1. The historical ETF data allows for evaluating an ETF’s historical performance which gives a credible idea about its future performance. This ETF performance data is valuable for investors when deciding on what positions to enter.
  2. Historical ETF data is helpful to create charts and visualizations of an ETF’s historical performance which is intriguing for investors. 
  3. It is possible to calculate the risk metrics of an ETF by the use of Historical ETF API. This will allow investors in their asset allocation strategies.
  4. The Historical ETF API is a one-in-all data tool. We partner with more than 100+ ETF issuers among which are Wisdom Tree, Charles Schwab, JPMorgan Chase, Vanguard, Invesco, SS&C and many more.

ETF NAV API provides an accurate overview of an ETF’s valuation any time. is available in a JSON format. ETF net asset value data helps determine how favorable an entry opportunity can be while also giving valuable hints of an ETF’s liquidity.  Use ETF net asset value data to enhance ETF investment risk analysis. Tradefeeds ETF API supports all API programming languages, which makes it convenient for developers to work on. Other ETF NAV data formats are available upon request. Take a closer look at the key filtering parameters as well as input and output response examples in our documentation.

Developer Documentation

ETF holdings API is available in a JSON format. Tradefeeds API also support all API programming languages, which satifies the needs of all our customers.  Check the other formats through which you obtain data on ETFs. Pay attention to the key filtering parameters as well as input and output response examples

SDKs and Devkits
Get ETF Holdings API in any programming language: Javascript, JQuery, VueJS, Angular, JAVA, PHP, NodeJS, Python, Go, Ruby, C#, R, Strest, Rust, Swift and Scala
Use the key filtering parameters such as ETF ticker symbol, ETF ISIN identifier, stock ticker symbol or ISIN identifier to get ETF holdings data.Obtain the response output in a JSON or XML format.
Excel and CSV Files
In case you do not want ETF data retrieved in programming languages, then you can request to have it in either excel or csv files. All you need to do is to simply inform us.