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Sharpen Your Pencil – And Put These Three Stocks on Your "Shopping List"

Ask any of our gurus for advice on how to survive a stock-market sell-off – or even a whipsaw period like the one we’re navigating now – and you’ll get a surprising answer.

Keep a shopping list ready, they’ll tell you…

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    Investing In ETFs: How Exchange-Traded Funds Can Save You Money

    High commissions and management fees, along with taxes, can really cut into your returns.

    That's where exchange-traded funds, or ETFs, come in. In today's investment world, ETFs are cheaper and more tax-friendly than mutual funds.

    The average expense ratio for U.S.-listed ETFs is 0.4%, compared with 1.42% for diversified U.S. stock funds.They also give you exposure to an entire industry or market with the click of a mouse.

    It's one of the reasons why exchange-traded funds are quickly becoming the investment of choice for investors seeking broad market exposure.

    In fact, the number of ETFs has surged over 10-fold in the last decade.

    The total number of ETFs in the market grew to 1,114 by October 2011, with assets over $1 trillion, according to the Investment Company Institute.

    And the ETF market will expand to roughly $3.1 trillion by 2016, according to projections from the Financial Research Corp. in Boston.

    So if you're looking to diversify your portfolio and save money doing it, ETFs may be the way to go.

    Here's a primer on how ETFs can work for you.

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