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Walt Bettinger strikes back to show that Charles Schwab won't be bested in the brewing ETF price war

The Schwab CEO says that moves are permanent and that ETFs are not a loss-leader for his firm

Author Lisa Shidler September 21, 2012 at 4:38 PM
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Walt Bettinger: They’re not in response to something else that someone has said.


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