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What??s Your ETF Literary Theme?

Themes are crucial to a well-written work of literature, but thematic investing is also gaining popularity, especially among ETFs.

I love literature, and I studied the art intensely during my college years. While most of my time these days is focused on finding the best exchange-traded funds (ETFs) for my subscribers to own, I still devote a block of time each week to reading and studying literary fiction.

Aristotle once wrote that fiction is of greater philosophical importance than history, and the reason why is because ??history represents things as they are, while fiction represents them as they might be and ought to be.?

I think it??s important to look at the world, and one??s life, as an exercise in developing things as they ought to be. Literature helps us in that herculean task.

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What’s Your ETF Literary Theme?

I love literature, and I studied the art intensely during my college years. While most of my time these days is focused on finding the best exchange-traded funds (ETFs) for my subscribers to own, I still devote a block of time each week to reading and studying literary fiction.

Aristotle once wrote that fiction is of greater philosophical importance than history, and the reason why is because “history represents things as they are, while fiction represents them as they might be and ought to be.”

I think it’s important to look at the world, and one’s life, as an exercise in developing things as they ought to be. Literature helps us in that herculean task.

To learn more about the relationship of themes and exchange-traded funds, please click here.

 

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