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I was reviewing various ETF web sites and doing research on ETFs ranked by Price/Earnings and Price/Book. One thing that I noticed was there was a variation among different ETF web sites. The web sites that I looked at specifically were Yahoo! Finance, ETFdb and ETF.com. In almost every situation, the P/E and P/B for similar ETFs were different; sometimes very much so. Does anyone have an idea of the reason for the variance between these web sites for what should be relatively similar data and which of these web sites appear to produce the most accurate data? Thanks!
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