We have long written about the best practices for switch trades when it comes to buying and selling two ETFs, but what about when switching from mutual funds to ETFs and vice versa?
ETFs are built on a backbone of transparency, while mutual funds are opaque in nature. And although mutual funds trade at NAV, it doesn’t mean the execution cost is free. Bryan Moore explains.
I have been talking to ETF investors for more than a decade, and when I mention the numerous benefits of the structure, I often hear “I don’t need intraday liquidity, so that does not benefit me.” Well, I am here to tell you that whether or not you utilize intraday liquidity, it benefits all ETF investors.
Exchange-traded funds (ETFs) have seen immense growth over the past decade. While there are a multitude of benefits of ETFs for investors, we continue to see questions around ETF trading. Let’s discuss the do’s and the don’ts of how to best trade an ETF
ETFs have many benefits that have caused them to expand in terms of assets and offerings over the past decade. Not only are they typically low cost and extremely transparent, a key characteristic and an attractive feature is their tax efficiency.