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Exchange traded funds, also known as ETFs, have been popular with institutional investors but can present significant risks for individual investors. They are in essence funds that track indexes like the Dow Jones or the NASDAQ. ETFs can be a risky investment because ETF investment strategies often include short sales, swaps and future contracts, among other derivatives. ETFs are extremely complex and difficult to understand, which opens investors up to investment fraud. If you think you've been harmed by ETF investment fraud, it's important you contact a skilled attorney today.