NASH ETF: A Flawed Concept, or Ahead of Its Time?
Yahoo! - 10/12/2016
Liquidity problems. Paul Bolster, professor of finance at Northeastern University in Boston, says he is concerned about the fund’s lack of liquidity because it is thinly traded making its trading volume too low be a reasonable investment vehicle.
“Over the past year, it averaged less than 1,000 shares of daily volume and did not trade at all on 47 percent of trading days,” Bolster says.