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3 Great ETFs to Invest in the Fintech Revolution

Motley Fool - Mon Mar 20, 5:17AM CDT

Financial technology, or fintech, has been a particularly hard-hit area of the stock market in the recent downturn, but could also be one of the most exciting growth opportunities of the next decade and beyond. With these three ETFs, you can get exposure without having to pick individual stocks.

*Stock prices used were the morning prices of March 17, 2023. The video was published on March 20, 2023.

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