All About Exchange-Traded Funds

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McGraw Hill Professional, Nov 7, 2011 - Business & Economics - 320 pages
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BUILD A SOLID, PROFITABLE PORTFOLIO WITH TODAY’S HOT TEST FUNDS

All About Exchange-Traded Funds delivers everything you need to know about ETFs—from A to Z. It begins with an overview of the history of ETFs before moving on to important-to-know topics, such as regulatory essentials, the benchmarks and strategies that ETFs track, valuation, and ways to actively manage a portfolio of ETFs. Whether you’re a novice or experienced investor, you’ll get valuable information about:

  • The advantages of ETFs over mutual funds and common stocks
  • The underlying indexes of ETFs, along with profiles on the top index sponsors
  • Various investing options—from broad-based and fixed-income to global and sector ETFs
  • Applying asset allocation to increase your portfolio performance

INCLUDES SAMPLE ETF PORTFOLIOS YOU CAN USE TO MODEL YOUR OWN PORTFOLIO

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Contents

Types of ExchangeTraded Funds
131
Use of ExchangeTraded Funds
249
ETF Resources
321
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About the author (2011)

SCOTT PAUL FRUSH, CFA, CFP, is president and chief portfolio strategist of the wealth-management firm Frush Financial Group. Publisher of the ETF Market Watch newsletter and blog, Frush is the author of Commodities Demystified, Hedge Funds Demystified, Understanding Hedge Funds, and Understanding Asset Allocation.

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