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Structured Notes

A structured note, in its most popular form, is essentially a bond that’s structured so that it gives the holder (buyer) of the note a return that matches some predetermined index but may limit losses if the index declines.

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Exchange-Traded Fund
(ETF) A fund that tracks an index, but can be traded like a stock. Many ETFs ...

Index Funds
An index fund is a fund that follows a passive investing strategy, meaning that the fund ...

Actively Managed Funds
In most actively managed funds, the fund manager makes specific investments with the goal of outperforming ...

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