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  1. Jade Hemeon
    ETF specialists do their best in building sample portfolios
  2. Back Issue

    A learning curve

    Wendy Cuthbert
    Given that ETFs are becoming more complex, advisors may want to hit the books to stay up to date
  3. Catherine Harris
    Fixed income ETFs come in many flavours to help you clients handle rising rates
  4. Megan Harman
    Sector ETFs allow investors to gain exposure to parts of the market that they believe could outperform
  5. Dan Hallett
    Depending on how ETF portfolios are managed, they fall into one of two buckets. Does this make sense?
  6. IE Staff
    Exclusively on IE:TV
  7. Rudy Mezzetta
    Zeroing in on your top investment bets
  8. Back Issue

    A higher purpose

    Dwarka Lakhan
    Helping clients meet their financial goals rather than beating benchmarks
  9. Dwarka Lakhan
    At Mackenzie Financial, there's no "spaghetti cannon" creating all kinds of new products just to see what sticks
  10. Jade Hemeon
    Knowing the ins and outs of trading ETFs can help ensure that your clients get the best deal possible