Learn about the fundamentals, benefits, and costs of ETFs and how to use them in your portfolio.
Learn about how ETFs work and ways to use them in your portfolio.
What is an ETF, anyway? Michael Iachini, Managing Director of ETF Research, provides an overview in this short video.
As Michael explains, ETFs offer instant diversification and reduced costs—plus they’re easy to buy and sell.
Michael breaks down the costs and expenses involved with ETF investing.
Michael explains that when it comes to paying capital gains taxes, ETFs can offer an advantage over mutual funds.
Is your portfolio as diverse as it should be? Michael reveals how ETFs can help improve your exposure.
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Diversification strategies do not ensure a profit and do not protect against losses in declining markets.
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