ETFs are gaining in popularity over costly mutual funds. Just follow the money to take note of the trend: October marked the sixth straight month investors pulled their money out of mutual funds. Total net ETF assets reached $1.8 trillion in June 2014, compared to $595 billion in outflows from domestic equity mutual funds. Most of this trend has to do with the lower cost and heightened freedom ETFs offer. Compared to mutual funds, ETFs offer more liquidity, lower expense ratios and fewer tax liabilities. Of course ETFs aren't perfect, so what if you could have a hybrid of these investment vehicle and mutual funds? What the video to find out how.