NEW YORK ( TheStreet) - Dozens of new ETFs have appeared lately, but not all of them will survive, says Ron Rowland, president of Capital Cities Asset Management, a financial advisor in Austin, Texas. Funds that fail to attract sizable assets are unprofitable to operate, and they could be shut down.To alert investors about unprofitable funds, Rowland publishes a list that he calls "ETF Deathwatch," which appears on investwithanedge.com. The list includes funds that have had less than $5 million in assets for the past three months or average daily trading volume of less than $100,000.
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