ETF Demand From An Advisor Perspective

    | September 2, 2021


    Exchange-traded funds have been around for nearly 30 years, and their popularity soared after the 2008 financial crisis.  With longevity on ETFs’ side, financial advisors say their clients are aware of these investment vehicles, but being aware doesn’t mean they understand the differences between ETFs and mutual funds.  Financial Life Advisor, Adam Pawloski, CFP® shares insights from his experience on how education remains necessary.

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