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Due to their low portfolio turnover, ETFs tend to have lower expense ratios than traditional mutual funds. ETFs also do not impose back-end redemption charges like many mutual funds.
 An Exchange Traded Fund (ETF) is an investment fund that is priced and traded on an exchange throughout the day just like a stock. ETFs hold a basket of securities (stocks, bonds, real estate, commodities), and most track an index. Since the launch of the first ETF in 1993, ETFs have gained tremendous popularity and there are now more than 1,500 available, representing over $1.5 trillion in assets.

Recon Capital Partners Manages Exchange Traded Funds

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