Asset Allocation ETFs: The ETFs of ETFs

By Advisor's Edge

Asset Allocation ETFs are known as the ETF of ETFs, meaning a collection for underlying ETFs each containing hundreds of securities. Why have they gained increasing popularity? Well, in one asset allocation ETF you have access to a whole portfolio worth of assets, including equities and fixed income, while offering exposure to North America, global developed and Emerging Markets, all at a low cost. Naseem Hussain, VP, ETF Strategist at Mackenzie Investments shares his insights on how to achieve a well diversified portfolio at a reasonable cost.

Sponsored by Mackenzie Investments.

Asset Allocation ETFs: The ETFs of ETFs

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IIROC Cycle 8

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