“ETFs are all the rage for investors these days,” states today’s article. So what exactly are these “exchange-traded funds” and how do they differ from mutual funds? “The major difference between the two is that the mutual fund is only priced at the close of the trading day, and an ETF does trade just like a stock throughout the day”. What are the practical implications of this important distinction? Are ETFs a good match for you? To read more, CLICK HERE.