Exchange traded funds (ETFs) are the investment choice du jour. An ETF provider selects an index and builds an ETF to mimic that index. Shares can be bought and sold throughout the day, so they are liquid. There are no short-term redemption fees like you might get with a mutual fund. ETFs are low-cost because there isn’t an active fund manager to pay. Joel Teo for Best Syndication reports there is no need to actively pick stocks, and with more than 500 ETFs available to choose from, you can get great diversification.
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