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The Quest for the Holy Grail of ETFs Continues

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Tue, 8 Nov 2005

Reports of the arrival of actively managed exchange-trade funds have been greatly exaggerated. Sure, there are some ETFs of recent vintage that come close, such as the PowerShares that track the quantitatively constructed Amex Intellidexes. Firms also

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