Dan Greenshields, President of ING DIRECT Investing from ING DIRECT sits down with Bruce Lavine, President of Wisdom Tree to discuss exchange-traded funds. Specifically Dan and Bruce talk about why ETFs can be a valuable part of every portfolio, how to build a portfolio that relies on ETFs and how to build an ETF-based portfolio based on personal preferences and goals.
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