Exchange traded funds have been one of the undisputed successes of the past couple of years. Essentially an index tracking fund that is listed and traded on an exchange, exchange traded funds (ETFs) offer instant diversification and targeted exposure to indices covering a range of useful market segments, in a single trade.
ETFs are exchange listed securities backed by a basket of stocks from which they derive their value. Unlike closed end funds, the basket of securities can be expanded as deman
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