Exchange Traded Funds, or ETF’s, are a basket of investments, typically stocks, that are traded on a stock exchange. Not all investments are traded on an exchange though, and that is what sets Exchange Traded Funds apart from other funds like mutual funds. Exchange Traded Funds can cater to a special set of needs, and it is important to do your homework on different funds to find out which one best suits you.
Exchange Traded Funds can have stop orders and limits set on them and can also become rather specific in regards to buying a small basket of companies or a buying a sector.
As we discuss in the Podcast from October 3, 2012 (above), there is a lot to know about Exchange Traded Funds so if you have some concerns about Exchange Traded Funds be sure to tune in.
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