positions and increasing diversification,” Tanya Powley Reports From FT Adviser.
“Investors have also used ETFs to take negative positions in asset classes, either to remove existing unwanted exposure or to express a negative view. BGI said this expansion had been fuelled by the increase in the range of asset classes accessible through ETFs,” Powley Reports.
“The introduction of ETFs covering emerging markets, commodities and property has allowed investors to access some of the best-performing asset classes of the past few years. BGI said in the US, fee-based advisers have embraced the use of ETFs to a greater degree than commission-based advisers,” Powley Reports.
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