As the markets continue to gyrate wildly, advisors are increasingly turning to exchange traded funds (ETFs) for their flexibility, transparency and lower expense ratios. In fact, nearly all advisors (83%) who took part in  the Rydex AdvisorBenchmarking November survey  believe that ETFs will be a primary investment vehicle for them in 2009. And while ETF assets have fallen 12.9% over the past 12 months to $495B from $568.7B, the number of ETFs on the market has climbed 16% during ... Freemium Content

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