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Bloomberg Visual Guide to Etf's

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4.0 out of 5 stars Technically oriented and not for beginners April 21, 2013
Format:Kindle Edition|Verified Purchase
This is an excellent book for those in the ETF industry. It is definitely not for the common ETF investor looking to build a portfolio of ETFs. There are a lot of technical trading language and terms which the common person will not understand. The book is thorough in discussing the trading aspect of ETFs and recommend it for ETF portfolio managers.
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5.0 out of 5 stars A User Friendly ETF Resource For Amateurs & Pros April 23, 2013
Format:Paperback
I have spent the last month reading and using the Visual Guide to ETFs. The book is a valuable and user friendly resource on ETFs.

Author David Abner did a commendable job of balancing the accessibility of the material so that amateurs and professionals can gather value from it. Don't know what an ETF is or how it differs from a mutual fund or closed-end fund? This book has you covered. Need detailed instructions on using Bloomberg or other third party resources to perform individual ETF analysis? The book will guide you through the process.

Besides being accessible to all types of experience levels, another strength of the book is its format. As the title suggests, the Visual Guide to ETFs provides a healthy balance between the written and visual presentation of ETF knowledge. A reader may read the book traditionally, just use the illustrations and screenshots or combine the two in a multi layered approach - it's a custom experience for each reader. I found this presentation approach refreshing and a helpful way to reinforce concepts that may be best explained in more than one format. (i.e. written and visual)

The Visual Guide to ETFs is an informative and a useful ongoing reference for those interested in ETFs. I would recommend this engaging book to amateurs and professionals.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Great ETF Reference Guide April 16, 2013
Format:Paperback
Dave Abner proves yet again that he is one of the most knowledgeable individuals in the ETF industry with his second book on ETFs. As an industry veteran, he has told the ETF story over and over again for institutional clients around the world. This is proven in his new book, as Abner does a great job of simplifying and explaining some complex concepts in the ETF industry that some of the largest institutions down to individual investors have been asking about for years. Concepts such as the Flash Crash, short interest, creation/redemption and ETF settlement.

As a trader in the ETF industry, I have used the book as not only a reference for myself, but for my institutional clients to go through and further their understanding of the ETF market. It has also been extremely helpful in training new employees not only in the ETF space, but how to utilize Bloomberg in their everyday tasks.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Comprehensive and gorgeous April 3, 2013
Format:Paperback
Abner is one of the true experts on the ETF industry, and this book goes far to distill that expertise down to the individual investor level. While the book is understandably very bloomberg focussed, it has application even if you aren't lucky enough to have a terminal on your desk. With thoughtful examples and screenshots, Abner walks an average investor through the ins and outs of what makes ETFs a unique -- and compelling -- way to express your investment insight.

It's also worth noting that the books actual design is phenomenal, increasing the likelihood that you'll actually read it. It became required reading for incoming analysts in my shop, the day I got a copy.
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