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iMoney: Profitable ETF Strategies for Every Investor Hardcover – June 18, 2008
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- Mariusz Skonieczny, author of Why Are We So Clueless about the Stock Market? Learn how to invest your money, how to pick stocks, and how to make money in the stock market
The whole idea of having a plan for your inexpensive "beta" return source in today's world of "alpha" managers is essential in investment success. Understanding how an index is constructed and weighted is key in knowing what you're in for with these funds. The authors do a great job in disecting the components of these simple, yet powerful products.
Mr. Lydon clearly wants to make sure that the reader is well-rounded in their knowledge about what exactly gave rise to the ETF industry, and the factors that have allowed it to experince its huge growth over the last ten years.
The authors do a really nice job giving investors a simple way to take the knowledge base on ETFs and putting it to practical use with model portfolios tailored to various risk and return profile based on lifestyle and goals.
This book is an excellent entry point for the kind of investor who's always wanted to learn more about ETFs, but wasn't sure where to begin.
* 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 checklist - How to select an ETF (maybe summarize all tips in one location as an appendix)
If you don't know ETFs, and have some money in the market, you should definitely read this book. Every smart investor I know has moved into ETFs: they are a great vehicle for personal investing. This book explains them in great detail, with easy to understand language.
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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
Although I have a Financial Advisor who manages my securities, I have often asked myself why my Advisor relies so heavily on Exchange Traded Funds for my portfolio. Read morePublished on July 20, 2008 by Jerome M. Bame
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