Exchange-Traded Funds For Canadians For Dummies
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There are six option exchanges in the United States, which is pretty amazing for a security that just started trading in the 1970s. Two of these were launched since 2000, and all six offer some form of electronic execution:

There is common information on the different option exchange Internet sites, along with information specific to the exchange’s listings. Each also seems to have a unique strength. Periodically check these sites for new tools and insights.

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Russell Wild, MBA, is a NAPFA-certified financial advisor and principal of Global Portfolios, an investment advisory firm. He is the author of Bond Investing For Dummies and Index Investing For Dummies. Bryan Borzykowski is an award-winning financial journalist who writes mostly about investing, personal finance and small business.

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