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Tips For Picking ETFs Like A Pro

Some personal news: today is my last as Barron’s funds blogger, although magazine readers will see my byline in the weeks ahead. It’s been an entertaining two years reporting on the industry, particularly the fast-growing world of exchange-traded funds. Barron’s readers are among the savviest out there and it’s been great to hear from so many of you. I sifted through my column archives in order to highlight a few big-picture ideas that, to me, are worth reiterating about ETF due diligence.
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