The Up-to-the-Minute Guide to ETF Investing: Pick the Right ETFs for Your Unique Goals!
“The authors cover the ETF waterfront. Whether you are a young investor just starting out or a seasoned stock veteran looking for new investment opportunities, this book is a valuable resource.”
Sam Stovall, Chief Investment Strategist, Standard & Poor’s Equity Research
"Finally! Lydon and Wasik objectively analyze exchange traded funds for the average person. We particularly liked iMoney's comparisons with more familiar mutual funds, the clear discussions about risks, and the varying viewpoints from some of the industry's smartest minds."
Alan Lavine and Gail Liberman, syndicated columnists for Marketwatch.com and authors of Quick Steps to Financial Stability.
Smart investors have made ETFs today’s hottest investment. iMoney is the only ETF investment guide with up-to-the-minute advice that reflects today’s ETF marketplace: advice that is fully customized to your specific investment goals.
The authors explain exactly how ETFs fit into today’s investment universe. Even better, they present specific roadmaps, strategies, and model portfolios for a wide range of investors, from recent college graduates through retirees.
You’ll learn how to build and monitor your ETF portfolio; choose among the fast-growing array of ETFs; and profit from changing global market trends. The authors discuss domestic and foreign stock ETFs; sector, commodity, and currency ETFs; fixed income ETFs, long/short ETFs, and even “actively managed” ETFs. They preview emerging industry trends, and objectively assess the key criticisms that have recently been leveled at ETFs.
· Tomorrow’s ETF book, not yesterday’s!
Reflects the newest ETFs and strategies, and prepares you for emerging market trends
· By two of the world’s leading ETF experts...
...Tom Lydon, founder of ETFTrends.com, the nation’s #1 consumer ETF site, and John F. Wasik, global personal finance columnist
· Provides specific strategies and portfolio recommendations
Not just theory! Discover what to buy, based on your unique investment profile
· Covers every major type of ETF...
...including overseas, sector, commodity, currency, and bond ETFs...even long/short ETF strategies!
Table of contents
- About the Authors
- Introduction: A New Investment Strategy
- 1. Busted: The Failure of Mutual Funds and Birth of ETFs
- 2. The Art of Indexing Using the iMoney Plan
- 3. Investing in Domestic Shares: U.S. Stock Index ETFs
- 4. Overseas Exposure: Foreign Stock ETFs
- 5. Slicing and Dicing: Sector ETFs
- 6. Gold, Silver, and Oil: Commodity ETFs
- 7. A Buck Isn’t Worth a Dollar: Currency ETFs
- 8. Getting Chunks of the Bond Market: Fixed-Income ETFs
- 9. Retire with Dignity: The 401(e) Plan
- 10. Hedging Your Bets: Long and Short ETFs
- 11. What Lies Ahead: The Future of ETFs
12. iMoney ETF Portfolios
- The Rules Everyone Should Follow
- Do You Track Trends?
- Going Your Own Way: Using the 200-Day Moving Average
- Spread It Around: Asset Allocation
- Don’t Want to Do It Yourself? Find a Fiduciary
- Finding a Model Portfolio for You
- Model Portfolios
- Too Much of a Good Thing
- Title: iMoney: Profitable ETF Strategies for Every Investor
- Release date: June 2008
- Publisher(s): Pearson
- ISBN: 9780137127399
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