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ETFs vs. mutual funds: Which is better for investing? Mutual funds and ETFs have differences that clients should know before holding them, according to the Huffington Post. For example, investors can trade ETFs on the open market but sell their mutual fund shares back to the company. Gains from mutual funds every year are subject to capital gains tax even if investors opt to keep them, while profit from ETFs is taxed only when the funds are sold. -- Huffington Post
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