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Cameron Passmore CIM, FMA, FCSI

Portfolio Manager

Benjamin Felix MBA, CFA

Associate Portfolio Manager
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Are ETFs Really Causing Investors To Trade More?

July 27, 2012 - 0 comments

Jack Bogle, a pioneer in the world of indexing, has frequently commented on the problems of investors trading their ETFs too often. For example, the largest ETF in the world, the SPDR SP 500, which represents almost 10% of the entire ETF assets, turns over almost 30% of its assets every day.

However, a new study from Vanguard looks at the actual behavior of investors that hold ETFs, and provides many interesting findings about these investors. In this week’s Science of Investing, Cameron discusses with host Jason McIntyre this study, as well as some recent mutual fund and ETF trends.

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