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    ETF Market Pricing

    ETF market prices are the prices at which investors buy or sell shares of an ETF in the secondary market. While ETFs are designed to trade in line with their intraday values, during times of significant market volatility an ETF’s market price may vary more widely from its intraday value.

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  • ETF Liquidity

    ETF Liquidity – Four Rules to Consider

    Liquidity, transparency, real-time trading, and relatively low management fees are the reason why ETFs are becoming more and more popular. Learn about the four key characteristics that investors should better understand in order to trade them properly.

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  • Basics of ETF Liquidity

    The Basics of ETF Liquidity

    In the investing world, the term liquidity refers to the degree to which an asset or security can be bought or sold without impacting that asset’s fair market price. Since ETFs are essentially a “wrapper” for other securities, liquidity is determined mainly by the trading volume of those…

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  • Commodities and Your Strategy

    Once Bitten Twice Shy

    Most advisors with high-net-worth clients know the value of diversification using commodities. Many are still feeling the sting of their commodity investments’ lackluster performance in 2013 and as a result, are apprehensive about the asset class. But maybe the asset class isn’t the problem...

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