The Differences Between Mutual Funds and ETFs with Bob Hochkins

    | March 8, 2021

    Recently Bob has received questions regarding mutual funds and exchange-traded funds (ETFs).  While mutual funds and ETFs are similar in nature, today Bob shares his insights on their differences.

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    Bob Hochkins

    Bob has been a member of the Telemus team since 2013. As a Financial Life Advisor, Bob works with clients to develop customized portfolios and financial plans tailored to each client’s goals and objectives. Throughout his tenure Bob has worked with many of the Senior Financial Life Advisors and has assisted in the management of Telemus’ most sophisticated client relationships.

    Bob Hochkins

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