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Liquidity is a measure of how easily and quickly an ETF can be traded at a price that’s close to its NAV. A common misunderstanding is that low trading volume on one stock exchange means low liquidity in an ETF. 

However, since ETF units can be created or redeemed on demand by the designated broker, the true measure of an ETF's liquidity is the liquidity of the underlying securities that must be bought or sold to create/redeem the units. 

Also, since many ETFs trade on multiple exchanges, the trading volume of all exchanges must be accounted for when assessing liquidity.


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