ETFs – Are they better than Mutual Funds? TMX Group hosts a roundtable discussion on the fast-growing world of exchange-traded funds

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As part of its ongoing commitment to educate market participants, TMX Group ( www.tmx.com ) recently hosted a roundtable discussion to address why and how many investors are including ETFs in their portfolios. Experts from BMO Financial Group, Claymore ETFs, Horizons BetaPro ETFs, iShares Funds and ETF Capital Management shared their views on several important topics, including:

  • Considerations when selecting an ETF and thinking about portfolio construction;
  • The risks and benefits of different ETFs;
  • Some of the strategies available to investors using ETFs; and
  • What lies ahead – what asset classes remain untapped.

For a video preview of the event, click on the following link.
 
The complete discussion can be found on the ETF portal of the TMX Money website at www.tmxmoney.com/etf .  Here, investors can also find a comprehensive repository of information on ETFs and ETF investing.

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TMX Group operates Canada’s two national stock exchanges, Toronto Stock Exchange serving the senior equity market and TSX Venture Exchange serving the public venture equity market, Natural Gas Exchange (NGX), a leading North American exchange for the trading and clearing of natural gas and electricity contracts and Shorcan Brokers Limited, the country’s first fixed income interdealer broker. TMX Group also owns The Equicom Group Inc., a leading provider of investor relations and related corporate communication services in Canada. TMX Group is headquartered in Toronto and maintains offices in Montreal, Calgary and Vancouver.

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