After a strong start in the first four months of 2011, exchange-traded funds and mutual funds both saw cash flow out of products that invest long-term in stocks at the end of the second quarter.

But, overall, the long-term stock funds adhering to the exchange-traded format were more attractive in the first half of the year than their mutual fund counterparts.

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