Exchange Traded Funds and E-Mini Stock Index Futures

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Wiley, Jul 15, 2002 - Business & Economics - 336 pages
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Shows how to use both ETFs and E-Minis for high-powered results

Exchange Traded Funds (ETFs) are a remarkable new tool for trading and investing in broad market segments or narrow sectors. ETF trading volume and asset growth continue to soar at record levels. Ideal for speculating in and hedging as well as long-term investing in the broader markets, these index products work together to diversify and balance any global portfolio. Now, one of the top executives (and experts) in the industry reveals the intricacies of the products, how to use them, and what the future holds. Readers will get sample index portfolios and strategies for all market participants--ranging from the short-term trader to the long-term investor; and from the risk taker to the conservative investor.

David Lerman (Chicago, IL) is the Senior Director of Equity Index Products Marketing at the Chicago Mercantile Exchange. He has traveled around the globe on behalf of the CME, giving seminars and workshops to retail and institutional audiences, including pension funds, corporations, banks and brokers on risk management/trading using equity index futures and options.

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DAVID LERMAN is the Associate Director of Equity Index Products Marketing at Chicago Mercantile Exchange Inc. Lerman was previously a member of the Chicago Board of Trade, where he traded futures and options on U.S. Treasury Bonds. He was also Senior Portfolio Manager at Zavanelli Portfolio Research, a Park Ridge, Illinois, investment management firm. Lerman taught investment management at Harper College and has lectured at the Northwestern University Kellogg Graduate School of Management. He received his BA in biochemistry from the University of Chicago.

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