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State-Based Exchange-Traded Funds

by Cara Scatizzi

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Update: The exchange-traded funds highlighted in this article were liquidated at the end of 2010.

Exchange-traded funds (ETFs) are continuing to prove themselves as ever-present and almost chameleon-like in their ability to take on many new forms as a perceived need arises. The latest additio

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Cara Scatizzi is a former associate financial analyst at AAII.


Discussion

Phyllis Hopman from Florida posted about 1 year ago:

Could you forward a copy of the guide to ETFs?
Phyllis Hopman
5951 Regal Glen dR # 208
BOYNTON BEACH fL 33437
OR
phop150@yahoo.com

Thank you


Jean Henrich from Illinois posted about 1 year ago:

The new Guide to ETFs (August 2012 issue of the AAII Journal) has just been posted online. Click on the AAII Journal tab at the top of this page.


Bruce Brigham from Maryland posted about 1 year ago:

Why am I getting the Jan/10 1ssue in Sept/12?


Rob Graham from Georgia posted about 1 year ago:

Both ETFs were liquidated in September 2010. This article is badly out of date and should be removed.


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