ETF Stream: An ETF To Save The Media Is 100% Foolish

Motley Fool Asset Management, "the funds management division of the media company, is listing a new ETF that tracks an index that’s “100% foolish”. The Motley Fool 100 Index ETF (TMFC) will track the 100 largest and most liquid US companies 'that have been recommended by The Motley Fool’s analysts and newsletters,' the prospectus says."

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