Financial Planning News
Tue, 29 Jan 2013
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Transitioning from mutual funds to ETFs for their low costs and tax efficiency is tempting, but some of these advantages may be exaggerated, says Vanguard's Joel Dickson.
Despite the profusion of niche ETF products coming to market, investors are still showing a strong preference for low-cost, plain-vanilla equity exposure, says Morningstar's Ben Johnson.
Street One Financial President Scott Freeze discusses the utility of limit orders, indicative values, patience, and more for optimizing ETF trades.
The launch of PIMCO's new fund Total Return ETF may prompt advisors and individual investors to reset their point of view about active ETFs over the next couple of years, says Morningstar's Paul Justice.
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