The Difference Between a Mutual Fund and an ETF

July 9, 2019

President & CEO of Harvest Portfolios talks about the difference between an ETF and a Mutual Fund.

"ETFs are generally lower costs than a mutual fund. Also, an ETF will give you the diversification across stocks or sectors or bonds. So, when putting together your portfolio, it's much easier to position in an ETF or a lower cost asset allocation." Michael Kovacs, President & CEO of Harvest Portfolios

About Harvest Portfolios

Harvest ETF’s are actively managed simple investment solutions that focus on providing long term growth with attractive income opportunities.

The company provides investors with clear mandates that are easily understood and portfolios that are transparent and accessible to all.

Harvest is focused on building wealth for their clients. They provide them with ownership of strong businesses that have the potential to grow & generate steady income over time.

For more information on Harvest Portfolios Group please visit their website

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