ETF Trading Strategies Revealed (Trade Secrets Series)

Overview

Want to know how to trade the hottest new investment vehicle?

This book reveals the secrets of profiting from a new and growing investment vehicle-the Exchange-Traded Fund. Pulling from experts in the field like Linda Bradford Raschke and Steve Palmquist, this book has all the information you need to begin trading ETFs for profit:

. Learn the basics of ETFs; how they work, why they're growing in popularity, and how you can get your share of the...

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Overview

Want to know how to trade the hottest new investment vehicle?

This book reveals the secrets of profiting from a new and growing investment vehicle-the Exchange-Traded Fund. Pulling from experts in the field like Linda Bradford Raschke and Steve Palmquist, this book has all the information you need to begin trading ETFs for profit:

. Learn the basics of ETFs; how they work, why they're growing in popularity, and how you can get your share of the profits.
. Discover the way to apply classic techniques to leverage your ETF investments for both the short-term and long-term.
. Study simple but highly effective mechanical ETF rotation techniques (style, sector, and international) that are now available to the individual investor.

ETF Trading Strategies Revealed doesn't end there. Learn from long-time trader and founder of AIQ Systems, Dr. J.D. Smith, what it takes to mentally be the best. When you have the emotional discipline to follow his techniques, you'll find increased profits aren't far behind.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781592802586
  • Publisher: Marketplace Books
  • Publication date: 10/28/2006
  • Series: Trade Secrets Series
  • Pages: 90
  • Product dimensions: 5.42 (w) x 8.52 (h) x 0.23 (d)

Table of Contents


Introduction     vii
The Basics of ETFs     1
First Things to Know about Exchange-Traded Funds     3
Chart Analysis     9
Valuable Advice from Linda Bradford Raschke     11
Steve Palmquist & ETF Trading Techniques     21
Mechanical Rotation Strategies     43
Market Rotation Strategy     45
Types of Variations     57
Sector ETF Rotation Using Style Index Model     63
Sector ETF Rotation Research     69
Sector ETF Trading Model     73
Conclusion: Back Testing Assumptions     77
Trading Psychology     79
Dr. J.D. Smith Offers a Personal Trading Process     81
Recommended Reading     87
Sources     89
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