The Securities and Exchange Commission is seeking public comment to help its review of the listing and trading of new, novel or complex exchange-traded products (ETPs), as well as how broker-dealers market ETPs to retail investors. ETPs include a wide range of financial products that provide investors with exposure to financial instruments or benchmarks, or investment strategies involving multiple asset classes. They include exchange-traded funds (ETFs), certain pooled investment vehicles (typically trust or partnership vehicles that are not registered under the Investment Company Act), and exchange-traded notes (the first SEC-approved ETF was the SPDR S&P 500 ETF in 1992). The SEC specifically seeks comments to specific questions related to the trading of ETPs at market prices rather than at prices based on their net asset value, how best to prevent manipulation of an ETP securities distribution, exchange listing standards related to ETPs, and broker-dealer sales practices and investor understanding and use of ETPs. Comments are due by 60 days following publication of the Request for Comment in the Federal Register.