Exchange-Traded Notes

Exchange-Traded Notes

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One of the fastest growing trends in new investment products is the development of Exchange-Traded Notes. Contrary to exchange-traded funds these are debt instruments that allow banks to package structured notes for the retail market. As the name implies these products can be freely traded on an exchange like an ETF and they do track relative indexes.

While some exchange-traded notes will have a general structured note exposure many will specialize in commodities or currencies and have tax advantages that aren't always seen in a exchange-traded fund product.

Some of the banks releasing different forms of echange-traded notes and enhanced exchange-traded notes include Barclays Bank, Goldman Sachs, Bear Stearns, Deutsche Bank, and J.P. Morgan Chase. You can be that Wisdom Tree, Envestnet, Vangauard, and Powershares will soon be releasing similar products. They are really modeling these so that they look and feel very similar to exchange traded fund products which have exploded in popularity over the last five years.

- Richard

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