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Here’s How Wall Street’s Selling Everyone Tickets on the Hindenburg

Everybody loves exchange-traded funds (ETFs) these days. There are a mind-boggling 2,000 ETFs, give or take, in the United States today. Roughly 70% of those are equity funds. The post Here’s How Wall Street’s Selling Everyone Tickets on the Hindenburg was originally published at The Wall Street Examiner. Follow the money!
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