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Exchange traded funds portfolio makeover

By Moira O'Neill , 25 July 2014

Ifor wants to ditch his 64 holdings and instead invest in a handful of exchange traded funds (ETFs). Our experts suggest how he could do this

Exchange traded funds portfolio makeover

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