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Understanding Exchange-Traded Funds (Paperback)

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Discover How Investing in Exchange-Traded Funds Can Help You Build a Winning Financial Portfolio

Turn to "Understanding Exchange-Traded Funds" for a quick, accessible overview of ETFs_the hottest and most significant investment tool of recent years. This expert guide explains why exchange-traded funds are important and why they work so well, highlighting the advantages of ETFs over traditional mutual funds and discussing all the new types of ETFs.

Keeping complex mathematics to a minimum, "Understanding Exchange Traded Funds" thoroughly covers: The key elements of ETFs: costs, redemption, the three basic categories, tax consequences, and more How to use ETFs for asset allocation or retirement accounts How and where to buy ETFs The ETFs offered by Barclays, Vanguard, State Street, and other companies Avoiding common ETF mistakes and misconceptions

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Publisher McGraw-Hill
Mfg Part# 9780071484916
SKU 202993650
Format Paperback
ISBN10 0071484914
Release Date 4/10/2007
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Book Format Paperback
Number of Pages 0281
Publisher McGraw-Hill Companies
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