Moody’s Has Warning For Credit ETFs: Liquidity May Be Threatened By Underlying Asset LiquidityMichelle Jones
Exchange-traded funds are generally seen as simple investment vehicles because they are passive in nature. They track their underlying index or assets, but the way they do so is far from simple. Although the ETF markets have enjoyed a calm period of tremendous growth over the last 10 years, they could experience their first round of extended volatility in the near future.
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