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ETF Trading and Investing Strategies (Collection) [NOOK Book]

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Breakthrough ETF trading and investing strategies: 3 books packed with techniques for reducing your risks and costs – and supercharging your returns

Three remarkable books help you use the latest ETF strategies to cut your investing costs, control your risks, and improve your returns! In The ETF Trend Following Playbook, Tom Lydonhelps you drive superior performance by combining proven trend following strategies, low-cost ETFs, and fully-proven technical analysis methods. You’ll...

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ETF Trading and Investing Strategies (Collection)

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Overview

Breakthrough ETF trading and investing strategies: 3 books packed with techniques for reducing your risks and costs – and supercharging your returns

Three remarkable books help you use the latest ETF strategies to cut your investing costs, control your risks, and improve your returns! In The ETF Trend Following Playbook, Tom Lydonhelps you drive superior performance by combining proven trend following strategies, low-cost ETFs, and fully-proven technical analysis methods. You’ll discover how to quickly identify markets that are about to plummet, so you can get out of the way... and how to identify markets that are headed up, so you can capture all of their profits.In Buy–Don’t Hold, Leslie Masonson shows how to avoid the massive stock-market drops that destroy “buy and hold” investors, and offers specific, easy-to-use investing strategies for investors with each risk profile: conservative, moderate and aggressive. Finally, in Investing with Exchange Traded Funds Made Easy, Marvin Appel cuts through today’s ETF marketing hype, helping you choose the right ETFs from the hundreds now available. Drawing on objective data and proven, backtested strategies, Appel reveals what ETFs can and can’t do, and shows exactly how to use them to consistently beat the market.

From world-renowned investing experts including Tom Lydon, Les Masonson, and Marvin Appel

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780132931427
  • Publisher: Pearson Education
  • Publication date: 1/13/2012
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 768
  • Sales rank: 1,087,097
  • File size: 10 MB

Meet the Author

Tom Lydon, President of Global Trends Investments, is a leading expert on ETF investing for individuals. His ETFtrends.com website and newsletter are widely followed by individual investors and the industry. He contributes to CNBC, Bloomberg TV, The Wall Street Journal, BusinessWeek, Investor's Business Daily, and Barron’s. Thousands have attended his seminar, How to Manage a Million Dollar Portfolio. Leslie N. Masonson is a Financial Advisor for a large financial institution where he provides customized advice to his clients on investing and retirement planning. Previously, he was a Financial Consultant with Newbridge Securities Corp. and AXA Advisors, LLC. His thirty-nine year career has spanned trading, investing, banking operations, management, teaching, consulting, and financial management. Dr. Marvin Appel is CEO of Appel Asset Management Corporation and VP of Signalert Corporation, Registered Investment Advisors in Great Neck, New York, which together manage over $300 million for individual clients. He also edits the highly acclaimed investment newsletter, Systems and Forecasts. He has been featured on CNNfn, CNBC, CBS Marketwatch.com, and Forbes.com, and has presented at many leading investor conferences.

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Table of Contents

The ETF Trend Following Playbook: Profiting from Trends in Bull or Bear Markets with Exchange Traded Funds

Acknowledgments xii

About the Author xiv

Introduction: Buy—and—Hold: Rest in Peace xv

Chapter 1 Trends Are an Investor’s Best Friend 1

Chapter 2 Risk and Disaster Don’t Have to Go Hand-in-Hand 11

Chapter 3 Spotting Trends 23

Chapter 4 Why Trend Following Can’t Be Beat 39

Chapter 5 The Nuts and Bolts of ETFs 49

Chapter 6 Tools You Can Use 61

Chapter 7 Navigating U.S. Markets 65

Chapter 8 International Opportunities 77

Chapter 9 The Best-Looking Sector in the Room 93

Chapter 10 The Luster of Gold and Crude 107

Chapter 11 The World of Currencies 123

Chapter 12 Trends in Fixed Income 133

Chapter 13 Getting Leverage in the Markets 149

Chapter 14 Conclusion: Let’s Get to Work 159

Glossary 165

References and Resources 181

Index 199

Buy—DON'T Hold: Investing with ETFs Using Relative Strength to Increase Returns with Less Risk

Foreword xiii

Acknowledgments xvi

About the Author xviii

Introduction 1

Chapter 1: The Stock Market Roller Coaster 13

Chapter 2: Understanding the Concept of Risk 37

Chapter 3: Personal Investing Plan: Six-Step Road Map to Success 55

Chapter 4: Exchange-Traded Funds--The Most Suitable Investment Vehicles 67

Chapter 5: The Stock Market Dashboard--Key Stock Market Indicators to Gauge the Market’s Direction 95

Chapter 6: Using Relative Strength Analysis to Determine Where to Invest 135

Chapter 7: Subscription Software for Ranking the ETF Universe 173

Chapter 8: Putting It All Together 87

Bibliography 207

Index 211

Investing with Exchange-Traded Funds Made Easy: A Start-to-Finish Plan to Reduce Costs and Achieve Higher Returns

Acknowledgments xv

About the author xvii

Chapter 1 Exchange-Traded Funds (ETFs): Now Individuals Can Invest Like the Big Players 1

Chapter 2 The Multifaceted Stock Market: A Guide to Different Investment Styles 25

Chapter 3 A One-Step Strategy for Selecting Superior Investments: Indexing 43

Chapter 4 Investment Risk: A Visit to the Dark Side 57

Chapter 5 How Well Are Your Investments Really Doing? Risk-Adjusted Performance 87

Chapter 6 Diversification: The Only Free Lunch on Wall Street 103

Chapter 7 The One-Decision Portfolio 115

Chapter 8 When to Live Large: An Asset Allocation Model for Small- versus Large-Cap ETFs 135

Chapter 9 Boring Bargains or Hot Prospects? Choosing between Growth andValue ETFs 151

Chapter 10 When Is It Safe to Drink the Water? International Investing 173

Chapter 11 What Bonds Can Tell You about Stocks: How to Use Interest Rates 191

Chapter 12 It’s a Jungle Out There: Selecting from Among Different ETFs with Similar Investment Objectives 207

Chapter 13 The Ultimate ETF Investment Program for 30 Minutes per Month 223

Chapter 14 ETF Strategies for Investment Income 237

Chapter 15 The Hottest Investments Around: Commodity ETFs 251

Appendix Internet Resources for ETF Investors 267

Index 273

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