Posted on Thursday, November 29th, 2012 | In Exchange Traded Funds
Contributed by: IndexUniverse Staff (http://indexuniverse.com) -
Paul and Ugo discuss Knight's potential acquisition and what that means for ETF liquidity. Later, they go into the top 10 ETF launches for 2012.
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