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Why the biggest, cheapest ETF isn’t always the best

Posted on 27 January 2014

When picking among exchange-traded funds, don’t assume that it’s always best to go with the largest or cheapest fund, said ETF.com chief investment officer Dave Nadig on Sunday.
The biggest ETF for a particular area — meaning the one that’s attracted the most assets from investors — may have achieved that status simply by being the first ETF for that area, Nadig said. But that ETF doesn’t necessarily provide the best performance or best approach………………………………………..Full Article: Source


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