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Professors and ETFs

Would you invest in an ETF invented by a famous professor? That’s the question asked by Ian Salisbury in the article Beware of Professors Bearing ETFs. Salisbury points out that the track record of exchange traded funds based on ivory tower theories have delivered mixed results. One example is the WisdomTree LargeCap Dividend Fund (DLN), […]

ETF Portfolio – Long Term Growth

Kiplinger’s Jeffrey Kosnett has put together several model portfolios with the idea that you can pursue any goal with nothing more than exchange traded funds. Kosnett’s equity-only portfolio is designed for investors who have a healthy tolerance for risk and are investing for long-term growth. The portfolio includes 90% equity ETFs and 10% commodity ETFs: […]

Use ETFs to Avoid Stock Picking Mistakes

Financial Times reporter Rebecca Knight writes that investors who are tired of picking the wrong stocks should switch to exchange traded funds or ETFs. In her article Passive Route Avoids Stock-Picking Pitfalls , Knight relays the story of a Genworth Financial advisor who moved to a passive strategy in 1995 and advises his clients to […]

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