Saying Goodbye to an ETF
NEW YORK (TheStreet) -- The ETF business is a cutthroat Darwinian one in which only the strongest products survive. Therefore, it is not unusual to see providers announcing the closing of funds which fail to generate an adequate amount of investor interest.
While this is natural trimming expected and makes for a stronger ETF industry as a whole, sometimes it is unfortunate to see a fund disappear.
In coming weeks, two ETF providers will shutter a number of funds.
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