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ETFs are a type of investment that is traded like stocks on the stock market. But unlike stocks, they don't represent ownership in a company or any kind of equity value. Instead, they invest in a range of assets (stocks, bonds, and commodities), with the goal being to track the performance of those investments as closely as possible. You can think of ETFs as baskets that hold securities from one or more asset classes.

If you want a simple way to invest, ETFs are a no-brainer. They give you instant diversity on the cheap and they're easy to buy, sell, and trade. As long as the market goes up over time, you won't lose anything with an ETF unless it sheds value compared with its benchmark index.

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