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Exchange-Traded Funds (ETFs) are still reasonably young investment products, but they are changing the nature of trading in the markets. When investors utilize ETFs in their portfolios, they are interacting either directly or indirectly with an ETF trader. At WisdomTree, we believe that helping our investors understand the markets and the ways to trade ETFs efficiently is paramount to the customer experience.
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Our Capital Markets team has spent the last five years working with traders, market makers and liquidity providers across the entire ETF trading universe to make sure they understand how WisdomTree ETFs are structured and managed. As a result, the trading community feels more comfortable trading our products in the marketplace and providing block liquidity directly to our client base via the block ETF market.

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Sitting at the capital markets desk at WisdomTree gives our team a unique perspective on the exchange-traded funds (ETF) industry. Oftentimes we are able to spot emerging trends among particular products and segments of the market due to our interactions with all the market participants in the ETF industry.

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As investors spend the month of December deciding how to approach 2014, it is important to remember all the benefits that ETFs offer. Investors of all sizes have access to the same valuable information to help them with the due diligence and decision-making process.
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It is important for investors who are utilizing exchange-traded funds (ETFs) to understand all the market participants that exist in the ETF marketplace. It doesn’t matter if you are an individual investor or an institutional investor, understanding the ETF capital markets landscape is important to navigating the ETF market efficiently.
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ETFs trade on the secondary market (stock exchange) but are created and redeemed on the primary market (issuance). There is still a bit of confusion over the difference between these two markets, how they interact with each other and how investors can access liquidity via either market.

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