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January 7th, 2007
ETFs are mutual funds that simply track broad or narrow market indexes, and trade like stocks. They have become one of the hottest investments to emerge from Wall Street in recent years.
One ETF invests only in clean-energy companies, and another targets small firms in Japan. There is even an ETF for companies developing applications for nanotechnology, the science of dealing with super-tiny particles or structures.
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