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ETF stands for Exchange Traded Funds. Recently several major brokerages have started to offer their ETFs without a trading commission, and this is great news for those who are j
By now you've probably heard about ETFs and how awesome they are. Well for the average investor, that's a bunch of crap. ETFs are a great product for traders, but don't let the
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