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With a company, there is a finite number of shares in issue whereas ETFs can create new units for big institutional investors. This means that a short-seller could go back to an ETF to buy more shares instead of covering a short position in the market, and lead to more people holding ETF shares than there are underlying assets in the ETF and actual shares.

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