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Many advisors remain wary of the risk their clients could lose money investing in cannabis. At the same time, they also run a risk not helping clients invest in the nascent industry, in turn losing them to an advisor who will
Investors look for stocks that have stumbled – and yet have the potential to rebound
Although sales and popularity of ETFs have been on a tear, there are times when mutual funds may be preferable for some investors
The big barrier is that mutual fund dealers have yet to establish partnerships with investment dealers or other intermediaries to process ETF sales that mutual fund-licensed advisors would make
The existence and growth of these products are due, in part, to the fact most MFDA-licensed advisors cannot offer direct access to ETFs, as well as the allure of the mutual fund structure
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