The Liquidity Myths on ETFs
By Meb Faber
- Perhaps the most common ETF misconception is that low daily trading volumes or small amounts of assets under management (AUM) indicate that an ETF is illiquid.
- The reality however is that ETFs function fundamentally different than individual stocks or closed-end funds.
- Find out more about ETF liquidity in our research paper.
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