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The Best ETFs: U.S. Equities [Kindle Edition]

David Fry , Jonathan Butz , Marissa Fry
4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (2 customer reviews)

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Book Description

You've read the manuals and you understand how ETFs work, but with more than 1,400 ETFs on the market, which ones are best for your portfolio?

In "The Best ETFs: US Equities" renowned market commentator and ETF expert David Fry draws on his 40 years of experience in the investment industry to pinpoint the best ETFs in the US Equities space. Thinking first as a strategist and secondarily as a technician, Fry uses his unique methodology to hand-pick ETFs in 26 subcategories, ranging from different market capitalizations and approaches, to sector and subsector-specific ETFs, to dividend and high yield dividend ETFs. The book offers a detailed look at Fry's ETF picking methodology, a bird's eye view of the evolving ETF landscape, as well as a look ahead at what the markets may have in store for us.

Founded in 2001, David Fry's ETF Digest is already a valuable resource for more than 2000 subscribers who follow Fry's range of model portfolios and receive customized action alerts. Gain access to the market insight thousands of investors already trust with "The Best ETFs: US Equities."

This ebook is just the first in a series that aims to help you construct a comprehensive, well-balanced portfolio of ETFs from across the wide spectrum of markets and asset classes available. The next books in the series will focus on (in order) overseas ETFs, fixed income ETFs, alternative ETFs, and portfolio construction.

Included in the book:

- A look at today's ETF Landscape
- An overview of the US Equities environment
- A detailed explanation of David Fry's ETF picking methodology
- How to construct a portfolio using US Equities ETFs
- An in-depth section on market climate and outlook
- The best ETFs from 26 subsectors within US Equities:

A. Large Cap Growth ETFs
B. Large Cap Value ETFs
C. Large Cap Blend ETFs
D. Mid Cap Growth ETFs
E. Mid Cap Value ETFs
F. Mid Cap Blend ETFs
G. Small Cap Growth ETFs
H. Small Cap Value ETFs
I. Small Cap Blend ETFs
J. Technology Sector ETFs
K. Technology Sub-Sector ETFs
L. Biotech Sector ETFs
M. Energy Sector ETFs
N. Alternative Energy ETFs
O. U.S. Real Estate ETFs
P. Financial Sector ETFs
Q. Materials Sector ETFs
R. Health Care Sector ETFs
S. Industrial Sector ETFs
T. U.S. & Global Consumer Staples Sector ETFs
U. Consumer Discretionary & Retail ETFs
V. Utilities Sector ETFs
W. Established Dividend ETFs
X. High Yield Dividend ETFs
Y. Aggressive High Yield Dividend ETFs
Z. Commodity Producer ETFs


Editorial Reviews

About the Author

David Fry is the founder and publisher of ETF Digest (etfdigest.com) and has more than 40 years of experience in the investment and finance industry. His previous book, Create Your Own ETF Hedge Fund: A DIY Guide to Private Wealth Management, was published in 2007 by Wiley. David Fry founded ETF Digest in 2001 and was among the very first to recognize the need for an online publication that dealt exclusively with ETFs. Since then, ETF Digest has provided individual investors as well as financial professionals with trading tools, relevant market information, actionable guidance, and advice on ETF investing. ETF Digest offers subscribers a range of ETF model portfolios to suit any investor, from conservative to aggressive, as well as trading alerts for over 100 ETFs.The popular and internationally read Dave's Daily blog provides an independent and unbiased comprehensive global-market summary through technical chart analyses and market-moving ETFs. During his tenure with registered firms he maintained the following licenses: Municipal Bond Principal (Series 53), Options Principal (Series 4), General Securities Principal (Series 24), General Securities (Series 7), Commodity (Series 3), State Securities License (Series 63), and State Insurance License (Life).

Product Details

  • File Size: 3996 KB
  • Print Length: 259 pages
  • Publisher: TechInvest, Inc.; 1 edition (October 15, 2012)
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services, Inc.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B009RS55MY
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #794,370 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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5.0 out of 5 stars Clear, concise info and advice November 7, 2012
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I'm a frequent reader of Dave's blog at ETF Digest and his new book doesn't disappoint. It's similar to his blog, providing insight in his entertaining style, but with a longer-term outlook of what's going on in the economy (US and global). He also shares his take on the state of the ETF industry. But perhaps most usefully, Dave selects the 'best' ETFs for segments of the U.S. market, which makes it so much easier to focus my portfolio. There are a lot of ETFs out there. I look forward to his next installment.
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4.0 out of 5 stars Must Read for ETF Investors November 5, 2012
Format:Kindle Edition
This book is a must have for the new DIY investor looking to make sense of the US equities ETF market. This book gave me a great overview of the market that even I as a some-what green DIYer could follow. Additionally, having all US equity ETFs in one place makes it easy to select those I want for my portfolio, particularly in the those in the tech and commodity markets.

I appreciated the author's insight into today's ETF landscape and enjoyed the commentary. I look forward to whatever is next in the series.
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David Fry is the founder and publisher of ETF Digest (www.etfdigest.com) and has more than 40 years of experience in the investment and finance industry. His previous book, Create Your Own ETF Hedge Fund: A DIY Guide to Private Wealth Management, was published in 2007 by Wiley.

David Fry founded ETF Digest in 2001 and was among the very first to recognize the need for an online publication that dealt exclusively with ETFs. Since then, ETF Digest has provided individual investors as well as financial professionals with trading tools, relevant market information, actionable guidance, and advice on ETF investing. ETF Digest offers subscribers a range of ETF model portfolios to suit any investor, from conservative to aggressive, as well as trading alerts for over 100 ETFs.

The popular and internationally read Dave's Daily blog provides an independent and unbiased comprehensive global-market summary through technical chart analyses and market-moving ETFs.

During his tenure with registered firms he maintained the following licenses: Municipal Bond Principal (Series 53), Options Principal (Series 4), General Securities Principal (Series 24), General Securities (Series 7), Commodity (Series 3), State Securities License (Series 63), and State Insurance License (Life).

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