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Tom Lydon is the editor of ETFTrends.com and the president of Global Trends Investments. He has been involved in money management for more than 20 years. He began his career with Fidelity Investments’ Institutional Division. He now regularly appears on CNBC’s “ETF Tracker,” a daily segment focusing on ETFs. His popular seminar, “How to Manage a Million-Dollar Portfolio,” has been attended by thousands of investors around the country. Mr. Lydon holds a bachelor of science in management from Babson College in Wellesley, Massachusetts.
John F. Wasik is the award-winning personal finance columnist for Bloomberg News, the world's third-largest news service. His columns are seen by readers on five continents and posted on www.bloomberg.com. As the author of ten books, including the highly praised Merchant of Power and The Bear-Proof Investor, he has spoken from coast to coast. He earned his bachelor and master of arts degrees from the University of Illinois-Chicago and resides in Grayslake, Illinois, with his wife and two children. Visit him online at www.johnwasik.com.
* Comprehensive discussion on various types of ETF
* List of good ETFs at the time when the book was written
Would like to see:
* A detailed... Read more
I would purchase Richard Ferri's book over this one, but, if money is no object buy both of them (I did!). I would add Richard Ferri's book on Asset Allocation.
If you are looking to take control of your investments, this book is a must read. ETF's should be a part of any Personal Investing 101 education, and iMoney covers the subject in... Read morePublished on August 11, 2008 by K. Hammond
This book is perfect for students of the ETF market.
The ETF is a close cousin of the mutual fund. Read more
iMoney offers a great read for investors at various stages of expertise. Tired of wondering what you get for all those high admin fees? Read morePublished on July 23, 2008 by Dan Harves
A good and easy to understand book about ETF's. All important informations you can find here.Published on July 19, 2008 by Manfred Mlynski
As a small portfolio investor (and busy mom!), I finally decided to get more involved in funding our retirement accounts. Read morePublished on July 17, 2008 by Gabrielle Tschopp