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Etf's Bore Brunt Of Losses In May 6Th Drop

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When AIG went pop, ETFs were in the twilight zone - they could not be traded, many people were worried they had lost their funds for good.

ETF's good for trading, but don't put your life savings in there! It's a new product that hasn't stood the test of time.

Be wary of ETFs during volatile times, they don't go up or down as much as they should.

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