ETF Spotlight: March 2013

Published on by on March 4, 2013

Each month, we highlight an ETF flying under the radar of most investors that offers exposure to a unique asset class or investment strategy. This month, we take a closer look at a statement analysis ETF from Exchange Traded Concepts, which takes a deep look at each company’s financial reports before including them in the fund.

As the ETF landscape continue to grow and evolve, investors can now choose from a lineup of over 1,400 products that offer exposure to nearly every corner of the investable universe. Beating the general market is the goal of every investor, and the creators of The Forensic Accounting ETF (FLAG) offer a product that may do just that.

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