"Buy to the sound of cannons, sell to the sound of trumpets", stated Lord nathan Rothschild in 1810, nearly two centuries before the rise of Exchange Traded Funds in the modern market. In Sector Trading: A Year in Exchange Traded Funds, Finanacial analyst Jonathan Bernstein follows ETFs through an in depth exploration of macro and micro economic factors that influence these fascinating products. Suitable for both retail and institutional investors, the book includes: Portfolio development strategies, Real world case studies, Blow-ny-blow commentary, and more.
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This is a handbook that provides a weekly survey of a year in the markets from the perspective of Exchange Traded Funds (ETFs). Since they began trading in 1993, ETFs have arguably become the most important new product for traders and investors. ETFs are appealing because they offer high tax efficiency and low expense ratios and can be traded intraday. In the last five years ETFs have begun trading for every major sector in the market-- from technology to oil and alternative energy to real-estate to gold bullion. There are also bond ETFs, as well as ETFs representing every major markets in Europe, Asia, and Latin America. This book brings together a discussion of ETFs with commentary on the real world of trading and discussion of micro and macro aspects of ETFs and the general marketplace.About the Author:
Jonathan Bernstein has specialized in short-term trading of equities and equity options since 1998. He writes a weekly column for ETFZone and Yahoo Finance and is published narrowly and widely.
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Book Description Maerska Publishing, 2006. Paperback. Book Condition: New. Bookseller Inventory # DADAX0977294501
Book Description Maerska Publishing, 2006. Paperback. Book Condition: New. Bookseller Inventory # P110977294501