LIT has been a Wall Street sensation since it began trading.
Whether you favor Google's rise to dominance or GE's resurrection, you can gain exposure to either corporate giant through these funds.
Lower costs and better choices are some of the advantages.
Strong corporate earnings make it tough to bet against stocks, but nothing keeps going up in a straight line.
Exchange-traded funds that track cell phone companies and wireless service providers may offer some more excitement.
Individual investors are flocking to key exchange-traded funds as the yellow metal's price gets red hot.
These exchange-traded funds in real estate have risen more than 30% in the past year.
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