To find consistent profitability, traders must continuously adapt. Luckily, exchange-traded funds, or ETFs, by their very nature provide unmatched adaptability. And today’s new breed of ETFs allows investors to use these effective new trading vehicles to get the maximum benefit and returns from their portfolios.
Strategies that investors were unable to apply just five years ago are now both accessible and profitable, as David Vomund illustrates in Exchange Traded Profits: Cashing in on New ETF Trading Methods. He offers simple strategies based on relative strength investing that anyone can follow, along with the research and results of extensive backtesting to prove they work.
You will learn how to:
• Use inverse ETFs to create a market-independent, “all-weather” portfolio to limit drawdowns,
• Trade with sector ETFs for a more aggressive approach for greater returns,
• Rotate into the market segment with the best performance to boost your odds,
• Tweak the system to fit your own trading needs,
• Put key market timing techniques to work generating income for you.
A systematic approach like Vomund’s allows you to trade with the confidence that your methods and strategies are valid and effective. Complete with charts, real-life trade results, and self-tests, Vomund’s new book puts the ETF expertise of a market professional in your hands. Start reading now to begin putting the most advanced ETF strategies to work for your investments.
PLUS: Two bonus Option ETF Strategies from Andrew Hart of BigTrends.com to get you started right away!
DAVID VOMUND is the President of Vomund Investment Management and has more than 20 years of investment experience. He is a frequent speaker at national investment conferences, and his analysis and forecasts have appeared in many publications, including USA Today, Investor’s Business Daily, and Technical Analysis of Stocks & Commodities.
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"Any investor can profit from understanding the principles of relative strength investing that David Vomund lays out in this book."
Mike Moody, CMT
SVP, Senior Portfolio Manager
Dorsey, Wright Money Management
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