Advisors who are looking for, say, a domestic equity ETF for a portfolio will want to examine potential candidates to see which fund best suits the client's needs. Aside from checking the basic rules governing the underlying index, you'd probably want to compare the expense ratios, number of holdings, sector breakdowns, top holdings with percentages, and yields.
Good luck with that.
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