PRLog - May 28, 2014 - SAN JOSE, Calif. -- Remonsy ETF Network has published an article that discusses the evolution of the exchange traded fund, which is also known as the ETF.
The article (http://remonsy.com/
The first ETF that developed in the 1990s was the SPDR S&P 500 (SPY) created by State Street. As the article states, “This resulted in the ultimate investment for our modern times.”
“ETF Definition: The Newer and Improved Evolution of the Mutual Fund” educates investors on the ETF funds they have bought, or are considering buying. It is important to realize where your money is going these days, and the article portrays how the ETF has developed, and covers how ETFs trade, what they allow, and it discussed the tax efficiency of these investments.
Remonsy ETF Network shares this detailed look at ETF funds because they have been using them to build client portfolios, and their own personal portfolios, for over two decades. Investors can learn the true ETF definition by visiting the Remonsy ETF Network here: http://remonsy.com/
Remonsy ETF Network provides investors with ETF investing advice through daily articles, free reports, and premium subscription services. Remonsy founder and CEO Tom Vaughan has nearly three decades of investment experience as a financial advisor. Vaughan founded and acted as CEO of Retirement Capital Strategies, an award-winning retirement planning and money management company located in Silicon Valley. Vaughan began using ETFs in client portfolios in 1998.
As an advisor, Vaughan operated with more than $300 million under management, and has created over 6,000 financial plans. His wisdom can be found at Remonsy ETF Network, where he’s the primary author.