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Now Is The Time To Sell Deutsche Bank ETNs

Concerns about the financial condition of Deutsche Bank’s (DB) are again raising questions about exchange-traded notes,  debt instruments issued by banks that promise the performance of an index in exchange for a fee. Exchange-traded notes ARE NOT THE SAME as exchange-traded funds, even though both trade in real time like stocks. ETNs carry credit risk. They are unsecured bonds.
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