Some industry observers and financial advisors are saying "enough already", in regards to the number of exchange traded funds (ETFs) on the market. Their main argument is that too many ETFs make it more difficult to choose the right investment. Others, however, defend that ETFs haven’t even reached a "full round thousand" and that there should be enough for whatever the markets can handle. In fact, just because ETFs are becoming more numerous doesn’t mean they wont find an audience, reports
David Hoffman of Investment News.com. By offering consistent, and prompt financial advising, and offering new and unique products, ETF success can be attainable. There is still room to grow in the ETF universe.
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