So many exchange traded funds (ETFs), so little time. The ETF market is ripe with choices, but for many the choices are overwhelming. The advent of a flooded market also brings the availability of a small group of web sites with screening tools and educational resources, for investors, reports Lawrence Carrel for TheStreet.com.
Carrel lists some sites he found helpful and ETF Trends made the list. Others include:
- ETF Connect
- The Journal of Indexes
- The American Stock Exchange
- ETF Essentials Web Site by Rydex
- Reuter’s Lipper Research Center
- Yahoo! Finance
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