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ETF Simplicity Betrayed by Volatility in Emerging-Market Selloff

Financial Planning News

Fri, 12 Jul 2013

Emerging-market stocks can be volatile to begin with. Investing in them through exchange- traded funds can add another layer of price swings for investors, especially in times of market stress.

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