The majority of advisors believe market structure issues were the primary reason for the “Flash Crash” on May 6, according to new research by BlackRock that was released on Monday. And despite new guidelines proposed by the SEC, advisors believe a similar event will likely happen again.
The solution: exchange-traded funds, which advisors see as the safest investments for staying afloat in a volatile market. Bonds and mutual funds were also high on the list.
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