Introduction to ETF Trading
By Chuck Clark
The Clark Financial Group, LLC
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Exchange Traded Funds
Exchange Traded Funds, or ETFs, are index funds that trade just like
stocks on major stock exchanges. If you want to invest in the market
quickly and cheaply, ETFs are the most practical vehicle. They help the
investor focus on what is most im