Many ETFs introduced over the last few years have been increasingly complex securities, which are best avoided by most individual investors and advisors. While some of the new strategies reaching the market are intriguing and useful for more sophisticated investors, others are gimmicks that most investors would be best advised to ignore.

Many of these new products were able to make it the marketplace because of some well-known facts that have resonated when comparing mutual funds to ETFs.

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