In the Margins

Will non-transparent ETFs catch on?

February 3, 2017

By MarketWatch

Exchange-traded funds that do not disclose holdings on a daily basis are being touted by some as a potential growth area for the industry, but could the lack of transparency really be a selling point? Regulatory questions remain about the category, which has yet to be approved by the Securities and Exchange Commission, and investors have thus far been reluctant to stray from the low-cost index funds that constitute the bulk of the industry. Read the original story from MarketWatch.

 

 

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