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Computerized Investing > Third Quarter 2013

Websites Dedicated to ETFs

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by CI Staff

This issue’s focus is heavily on mutual funds. However, mutual funds may not be for everyone. Often, investors may benefit from using lower cost, passively managed exchange-traded funds (ETFs) instead of higher cost, actively managed mutual funds. In recent years, the ETF universe has expanded dramatically. Numerous websites have also been created to help investors research and choose the most suitable exchange-traded funds. In this issue’s On the Internet, we take a close look at a few of the top websites for ETF data.

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