AdvisorOne’s ETF Special Report Helps Advisors Build Better Client Portfolios

 New York, NY, March 1, 2011 – As the ultimate online destination for financial advisors, Summit Business Media’s announced its exclusive ETF Special Report, a series of articles and a web seminar covering Exchange Traded Funds, one of the industry’s fastest growing investment vehicles.  Editors from Summit’s Investment Advisor and Research magazines, along with regular contributors, explain ETFs, how they will evolve, and how to best incorporate them into a client’s portfolio.

“With the number of ETFs now in the thousands and U.S. assets approaching $1 trillion, ETFs’ marketplace foothold is secure and commanding,” said James J. Green, group editor-in-chief of “Investors have recognized the flexibility, transparency and tax advantages of these products, and it behooves any financial advisor professing investment expertise to keep up-to-date with the rapid pace of change in this market.”

Highlights of the special report include:

The entire series of articles are available on and can be found at


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James J. Green

AdvisorOne Group Editor-in-Chief





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