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What are Active ETFs? Will They Replace Your Mutual Funds?

In this article, we highlight the benefits and limitations of actively managed ETFs vs mutual funds, followed by a discussion of the evolving industry landscape.

We then preview forthcoming innovations to active ETFs that stand to disrupt the status quo of active management and level the playing field vs passive investments. (Read or Listen)

14 Women Share How to Become More Confident Investors

Studies show that women have better investing outcomes than men, despite claiming less knowledge and confidence, which I find fascinating.

We asked 14 female financial professionals and educators to offer their advice on how women can become more confident investors. Here’s what they had to say. (Read)

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Should You Hire an XY Planning Network Advisor?

Unlike many financial advisors, XY Planning Network advisors don’t have minimum asset requirements and work with all types of clients, especially Generation X and Generation Y individuals and couples.

And each can work with you virtually, so you can prioritize finding the right advisor for your unique needs, no matter where you live. (Read or Listen)


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