Winning with ETF Strategies: Top Asset Managers Share Their Methods for Beating the Marketby Max Isaacman
Today, using the right ETF strategies, you can pursue virtually any investing objective, and achieve your goals in any market: sideways, bear, or bull. In Winning with ETF Strategies, 23 of the field’s most respected and innovative money managers reveal their current strategies and methods, and show you how to select and apply the right approaches/i>… See more details below
Today, using the right ETF strategies, you can pursue virtually any investing objective, and achieve your goals in any market: sideways, bear, or bull. In Winning with ETF Strategies, 23 of the field’s most respected and innovative money managers reveal their current strategies and methods, and show you how to select and apply the right approaches for your needs. The ETF money managers presented here have been featured in leading media including CNBC, Fox Business, Bloomberg, Barron’s, The Wall Street Journal, and Research Magazine’s ETF Advisor Hall of Fame.
In this book, Max Isaacman clearly explain how ETFs can help you: gain access to precious metals and other non-market asset classes; profit in unsettled markets and prepare for the next bull market; shift portfolio exposure to the sectors, regions, and asset classes most likely to earn profits; allocate your assets more flexibly and precisely; uncover value opportunities in areas that have underperformed; provide tactical opportunities to generate absolute return; strengthen risk management, and much more.
For all individual investors, ETF investors, hedge fund managers, money managers, and brokers.
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This would ne a great text book for a graduate school. If you don't have a degree in finance and money markets (I do) then this book is going to be a difficult read. But if you want to know all about the differing types of etf's then this is your book. How useful that information is to the average investor is questionable. But it would certainly be useful to asset managers with large portfolio's.
Very good explanation of ETFs and the how to construct a diversified ETF portfolio to manage risk. Includes explanations regarding the weighting of stocks in an ETF, and how weighting affects overall ETF performance. Also has some great explanations regarding specific ETFs that help you get started (or help re-balance an existing ETF portfolio with new ETFs) to manage risk and return more effectively. Thanks to the author for his years of experience and wisdom.