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TradeTalks: Five Tips for Getting Started with ETFs .

Suggestions from Irv Rosenzweig, President of RZ Wealth on best practices for ETF investments.

TradeTalks: Five Tips for Getting Started with ETFs

Over the past decade, there have been significant changes in the types of financial products, the amount of information and overall trends in the market. In today's investment climate, with the widespread availability of information and analytics, market data and even investment social signals that are devoted to financial markets, we are experiencing a highly informed and efficient marketplace. 

One area of note is the Exchange-Traded Funds (ETFs) marketplace. The explosive growth of ETFs is what has opened the investment door for many retail investors. 

With this in mind, Irv Rosenzweig, President of RZ Wealth, joins Jill Malandrino to share his best practices on ETF investments. Together they discuss 5 tips for getting started with ETFs.

  1. Have a Starting Point
  2. Know Which Account to Use
  3. Proceed With Caution
  4. Do Your Research
  5. Consult Your Experts

Watch the video of their conversation below:

TradeTalks 5 Tips for Getting Started with ETFs


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