MFAM: Reshaping An ETF Lineup

Motley Fool Asset Management's Kelsey Mowrey highlights her firm’s renovation and its converting its mutual funds to ETFs.

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Kelsey Mowrey, president of Motley Fool Asset Management, discusses the issuer’s rebranding and embracing the roots of its identity as well as its successful conversion of its mutual funds into ETFs.


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