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ETFs were hit bad but not nearly as bad as in the Flash Crash of 2010.
Learn what exchange-traded funds (ETFs) are, how they work and why ETFs have tax advantages and risks.
Actively managed funds and transparency are hot topics as ETFs grow more important.
As ETFs have grown more popular, stocks have been trading in the same direction.
Since 2007, stock market volatility has seen dramatic swings. Are ETFs to blame?
Jim Cramer thinks Boeing can get to $80 despite the technical resistance.
Caterpillar was bullish on earnings results going into the print and they delivered what they promised.
Revamping the U.S. education system is the only answer.
Spain and the ongoing Libor scandal will continue to weight on bank shares.