NEW YORK ( ETF Expert) -- Long-time readers and listeners know that I am an active manager of passive index ETFs. I favor exchange-traded index vehicles because the diversification comes with low expenses, exceptional tax-efficiency and intraday liquidity.The media have regularly inquired why I rarely endorse the use of active ETFs. For one thing, these funds involve more frequent trading, creating a likelihood of adverse tax consequences for the shareholder. There are fewer tax concerns in an index fund that rebalances only quarterly or annually. What's more, indexes do not tend to change much, making it easy to understand what one owns.
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