ETFs have experienced widespread adoption from investors around the world in part because of their simplicity. Near total transparency, intraday trading, and a (generally) more straightforward tax situation all make ETFs appealing to everyone from buy-and-holders to active individual and institutional investors.
While ETFs offer some advantages over traditional actively-managed mutual funds and individual stocks, there are plenty of opportunities for inexperienced investors to make mistakes.
Here are 10 common but easily avoidable mistakes ETF investors should dodge at all costs.
Source: ETF Database