“ETFs permit investors to zero in on groups and concepts, without having to find, select, and manage the 30 or 40 stocks associated with them. Isaacman spells out the ETF strategies for investors looking to invest in specific types of stocks, without the full-time job of finding, selecting, and managing them. Isaacman’s ETF approach and strategies give investors the ability to ‘play’ the market from the top by picking tradable ETFs and having fund managers do the day-to-day work. A coach’s playbook for ETFs: You decide the plan, and the funds execute the plays.”
—Howard Silverblatt, Senior Index Analyst, Standard & Poor’s Indices
“As Chief Executive of an investment firm dealing in China and Asian emerging markets, I know it is valuable to have portfolios diversified outside of the United States. Although the United States is and will continue to be important, our clients need and demand global participation in their investing and trading needs. ETFs fill the need of having global exposure without having to spend time and resources researching individual companies. We find our services are more valuable teaching our clients how to use ETFs in their investing activities.”
—Robert Angle, President, White Pacific Securities
Winning ETF Strategies from the World’s Best ETF Investment Managers
• New ways to profit in unsettled markets, uncover hidden opportunities, and access
non-market asset classes
• Build absolute return and mitigate risk
• Discover ETFs designed to outperform the market, not just mirror it
• For all individual investors, brokers, money managers, and hedge fund managers
Using today’s newest Exchange Traded Funds (ETFs) investing strategies, you can earn higher returns, reduce your risks, manage sideways or downtrending markets, diversify into new asset classes and emerging economies, and achieve investing goals that are difficult to reach any other way. Now, for the first time, more than 20 of the world’s leading ETF investors share their best techniques and hottest ETF picks. You’ve seen them on CNBC, Fox Business, and Bloomberg, read their insights in Barron’s and The Wall Street Journal, and heard them praised far and wide. Now, you can put their extraordinary ETF investing knowledge to work for you!
Max Isaacman is a Registered Investment Advisor for individuals and institutions and is associated with East/West Securities in San Francisco. He was a Financial Consultant at Merrill Lynch, a Partner and Office Manager at SG Cowen, and a Vice-President at Lehman Brothers and worked in other positions in the investment community. Isaacman was a columnist for The San Francisco Examiner and wrote for many publications, including Delta Airlines’ SKY magazine. He has spoken at CFA Institute events, CBS MarketWatch, Tech TV, the FTSE Global Index Conference in Geneva, Switzerland, and other places. Winning with ETF Strategies is his fourth book.
There are 8 chapters, but the first 6 chapters cover only 50 pages (out of 200 pages).
If they say we believe in efficient markets but we are charging higher fees to replicate an index than an index fund, they will not have any business.
This is a good book from an ETF standpoint as well as interesting investment information.
Author gives clear descriptions of the assumptions behind a number of top managers' selection process. Read morePublished 19 months ago by steven zheutlin
As a beginner in ETFs I cannot recommend this book. It may work better for someone who already has advanced knowledge of ETF fundamentals. For me, it just did not work.Published 21 months ago by Gentleheart
Winning With ETF Strategies provides a solid, grounded introduction to ETFs for anyone new to ETF investing, including anyone who may be on the fence about investing in ETFs, and... Read morePublished on February 21, 2013 by Jim
ETF's ( Exchange, Traded Funds )are a relatively new way of investing in either up or down markets. Max Isaacman describes a number of strategies that have worked well for others. Read morePublished on September 19, 2012 by Sandra J.
This book was disappointing to me overall. With all the vast array of Exchange Traded Funds available today the author focused primarily on equal weighted ETFs and how they could... Read morePublished on August 11, 2012 by Steve Burns
If you want to see how money managers use ETFs, read this book. Isaacman shares the strategies used by more than 20 money managers. Read morePublished on June 2, 2012 by Charles Rotblut
"Winning with ETF strategies" ia filled with fascinating strategies to make you wealthy using the same techniques as the big guys. Read morePublished on March 15, 2012 by Sam I Am
I am an experienced investor, and while I am not convinced that a pure ETF strategy is right for me, I was hoping to gain some interesting insights into what the experts in the... Read morePublished on March 11, 2012 by Lemon
This ETF introduction book has 8 chapters, but the last chapter takes more than half of the 230 or so pages! By the way, I received a paperback book, not hard cover. Read morePublished on February 20, 2012 by For Real