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Exchange-Traded Confusion

Posted on 13 May 2014

Exchange-traded funds and all the products related to them have terminology that’s foreign to many investors. People hear “ETF” and they assume every product that’s called an ETF is the same. They’re not. Product structure can have big implications for investors, especially if it’s held in a taxable account.
There are five basic exchange-traded product (ETP) structures: Open End Funds, Unit Investment Trust (UIT), Grantor Trusts, Limited Partnerships and Exchange-Traded Notes………………………………………..Full Article: Source


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