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How a blogger went from sharing stock picks to building his own version of the hottest investment product around

It's just every kid's dream: grow up, start blogging about your stock picks, and then one day — maybe, just maybe — you'll have your own exchange-traded fund. Like I said, it's every kid's dream, and Eddy Elfenbein, writer of popular financial blog Crossing Wall Street just made that dream come true. For the past decade or so, Elfenbein has created an annual list of 20 stocks he likes.
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