Weekend Words – Interesting ETF Links

Active ETFs Embraced—in Supporting Roles
Big-name fund firms are finally embracing actively managed exchange-traded funds, just not in the sweeping way many once envisioned.

Advisers ‘fail consumers’ on ETFs
Most financial advisers have never recommended a low-cost exchange traded fund (ETF) – leading to renewed warnings that they are failing consu

ETFs vs. mutual funds: Investment vehicles get ready to rumble
Is there a battle royal brewing in the world of investment funds? Exchange-traded funds are suiting up in the locker room, preparing to challenge mutual funds’ dominance.

Access all areas
Why pay expensive fund managers if they cannot protect your money when it most needs protecting? That is a question investors are asking more often.

Ah for the good old days….
Remember when exchange traded funds seemed like the good guys? When they were a cheap, efficient and transparent way for investors to track an index?


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