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How To Avoid The Worst Style ETFs

Below are three red flags you can use to avoid the worst ETFs: Inadequate Liquidity This issue is the easiest issue to avoid, and my advice is simple. Avoid all ETFs with less than $100 million in assets. Low levels of liquidity can lead to a discrepancy between the price of the ETF and the […]
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