Exchange-traded funds (ETFs) have been gaining popularity as an alternative to traditional index mutual funds. These passively managed portfolios of securities track an index, but trade on an exchange just like an individual stock. What are the available ETFs and where can you get data on them?
AAII has recently published a guide that, for the first time, gathers this information together in one master list. The comprehensive guide covers 130 exchange-traded funds that track almost every index imaginable, including Dow Jones, S&P, Russell, Fortune, and Morgan Stanley Capital International indexes. The ETFs range from the broad-based to single sectors, REITs, domestic and international, and even fixed income.
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