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ETF University, our one-stop education resource on all things ETFs, remains one of our most popular features here at ETF.com. Whether you've never heard of ETFs, or you've been using them for decades, ETF University likely has something for you.
As 2018 comes to a close, we’re taking a look back at some of our most-read ETF University articles of the year. The topics were wide-reaching, and in some cases, delightfully deep in the weeds. Curious about what you may have missed? Read on to find out.
Creation/redemption is the secret sauce that enables ETFs to be less expensive, more transparent and more tax efficient than traditional mutual funds. So how does it actually work?
Forget what the naysayers claim about how ETFs are breaking the market. These are the 10 biggest risks to investing in ETFs.
Trying to choose between putting your money in bond ETFs or bonds? Knowing what you want out of your fixed-income allocation is the key to deciding between individual issues or an all-in-one approach.
An oldie, but a goodie (at least we think so). If you're totally stumped on what ETFs are and how they work, you should probably start here.
An ETF's price tag isn't the only thing that matters. Before you buy an ETF, make sure you understand what the fund holds, how well it tracks its index and how easy it'll be to trade.
Come tax time, ETF investors generally have a much lower tax bill than mutual fund holders. The reason has a lot to do with how new ETF shares are created and redeemed.
How is a bond ETF's yield calculated? Do bond ETFs pay interest? What the heck is duration? Find out the answers to these questions and more in our bond ETF FAQ.
Sure, we like ETFs here at ETF.com. But even we can admit ETFs aren't always the best choice of investment. When is a mutual fund a better fit?
Confusing as it may seem, ETFs have two "prices," differences between which often arise due to supply-and-demand trading pressures. The good news is there's another force that keeps the two values in line.
Investors in bond ETFs must contend with a few more tax wrinkles than with stock ETFs. From tax-exempt interest payments to higher cap gains distributions, here's what to expect.
For answers to these or any other question you may have on ETF investing and trading, be sure to check out our ETF University.
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