ETFs and the Music of the Markets, Part II

One of the beauties of exchange-traded funds (ETFs) is that they allow us to hear the “music of the markets” playing out in real time. This week, we’ll look at that music a bit, especially in light of today’s “dovish hike” by the Federal Reserve.
This is Part II of our series on ETFs and the Music of the Markets, so let me remind you what I said last week in Part I. First, we used the great Ray Charles’ words, as he once said that if you want to make the right music, “You just gotta take the time out to play the right notes…”
Simple enough, right? Only, not so much.
Still, when applied to investing, we can say that the music of the market also dictates that we “take the time out to play the right notes.”
Fortunately, the proliferation of ETFs in recent years has made playing the right notes

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