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‘Seduced' ETF Investors Are Caught by Surprise as Prices Diverge

Financial Planning News

Mon, 1 Jul 2013

David Blain, a financial adviser in New Bern, North Carolina, likes exchange-traded funds so much he's put all his clients' money in them. He also thinks individual investors trading ETFs on their own may be in for surprises when markets come under

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