New to ETFs? 5 must-ask questions to get started

The ETF marketplace seems to be growing by the minute. How do you make sense of it all and, most importantly, how do you take advantage of it? In this recorded webinar, Fidelity’s Regional Brokerage Consultant Heather Knight explored what you need to know about ETFs and how to use them in your portfolio. After all, the better you understand ETFs — what they are and how they function — the more confident you can be as you use them to help strengthen your investment portfolio.

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