Exchange traded funds (ETFs) are baskets of securities with an underlying index that trade all day on an exchange like a stock. They’ve been around since 1993.
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As the world of exchange traded funds (ETFs) expands, more products become available, but not all of them are as simple as you’d think. ETFs are becoming more sophisticated and complex, and every investor needs to know how they work for more efficient investing.
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updated Feb 16, 2016
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