What form of investment would you use for non-fungible assets? A. Commingled fund or ETF B. ETF or derivatives C. REIT or Commingled fund D. Mutual fund or Forwards
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I think its B. Because ETFs and derivatives both have multiple ways to exit a position. I think derivatives makes this the only answer. There are clearly several ways to get out of a derivatives position.
aren’t fungible assets similar and able to be exchanged for one another, so non-fungible would be opposite… D funds and fowards?? unrelated
going once, going twice …
last call for this question…
I say C
I go C.
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Because REIT invest in real estate are itself “non-fungible assets”
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