ETF Essentials

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ETF Essentials

There are actually several types of exchange traded products (ETPs), each with unique structures and implications. Comparing these features provides a better understanding of each product’s role in a portfolio.
ETF Essentials

ETFs can be a powerful tool in portfolio building. However, even the most seasoned investors should consider several factors when buying and selling ETFs.
ETF Essentials

While non-U.S. markets are closed, events are transpiring in the U.S. and elsewhere that may impact the anticipated future value of securities held by international ETFs.
ETF Essentials

The creation and redemption mechanism underpins the inner workings of an exchange-traded fund (ETF). Read more to learn how this unique process has helped ETFs become one of the fast-growing investment vehicles available to you and your clients in today’s modern world.
ETF Essentials

Both ETFs and mutual funds offer access to professionally managed, diversified portfolios – but there are distinct differences between the two.
ETF Essentials

The true cost of owning ETFs is more complex than many realize. By understanding all the factors affecting cost, investors are better equipped to make sound investment decisions.
ETF Essentials

In the case of ETFs, due to the product’s unique structure, trading volume isn’t the only—or even primary—indicator of liquidity.
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This common, well-established practice may generate additional revenue for ETF, which could result in incremental returns and improved performance.
ETF Essentials

Investors may be drawn to ETFs for many reasons, not least of which is the potential for investment income, making ETF yield an important topic for advisors to understand.

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