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 What are exchange-traded funds (ETFs)?

Answer Exchange-traded funds are investment instruments that trade like stocks but that track an index. The Spider (SPDR) fund, for example, tracks the S&P 500 and is one of the best known ETFs. ETFs have... Read More »
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How to Buy Exchange Traded Funds?

New financial products called exchange traded funds give investors access to more diversification, while offering many of the same advantages that draw individual traders to single stocks. An ETF l... Read More »
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The Risk of Exchange-Traded Funds?

Exchange-traded funds have become popular investing and trading vehicles over the past decade. The number of ETFs has grown from less than 200 in 2002 to more than 800 in 2010. An ETF holds securit... Read More »
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Do exchange traded funds pay dividends?

Some exchange traded funds (ETFs) do pay dividends. There are high-yield dividend ETFs that consist of only high-yield assets that pay out above-average dividends. However, not every exchange-trade... Read More »
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What are exchange-traded funds& how do they work?

Exchange-traded funds, or ETFs, are one of the fastest growing types of investments. The first ETF was launched in 1993; as of 2010, there are over 920 available and over 80 percent of the total ha... Read More »
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