ETFs: What New Trends Mean for InvestorsDavid Bogoslaw
Even after a two-month stock market rally, market volatility remains high. Simply put, investors are worried, not only over the timing of an economic recovery, but also by the possibility that the recent surge in equities may be little more than another bear market rally. The uncertainty bodes well for the popularity of low-cost exchange-traded funds (ETFs) that allow investors to jump into and out of positions with great agility throughout the trading day.
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