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CAUTION: This is NOT for "systems junkies", or individuals who
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So if you want to:
- Vanquish the pressure, strain, and stress normally associated
- Double your profit potential with half the effort by
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portfolio if the market tanks.
- Drastically reduce your trading time by spending less than 20
minutes a night "in the trenches"...
- Practically "rub out" account-crippling losses with simple yet
profound risk management strategies only a few select traders
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PS - Bill's giving away a rare preview of Module 2 of the ETF Profit Driver course. You actually get about 75% of that complete module, which teaches one of the 4 methods he reveals in the course.
This preview is on a self-destruct timer, though, and it will go offline to coincide with his Thursday deadline.
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Inside you'll learn:
* How you can get an unfair head start using these specialized trading strategies before the “mainstream” catches on. Don’t worry, it’s entirely legal (page 54).
* How to double your profit potential with half the effort by harnessing a special kind of fund designed to pad your portfolio when the market tanks (page 11).
* How to finally let your IRA siphon profit potential out of bear runs. This little-known technique essentially lets your IRA flex its muscles for the first time ever as you trade it almost like a regular brokerage account (page 25).
* How to drastically reduce your "time in the trenches" trading these potent markets by spending less than 20 minutes a day. These 3 discoveries made it all possible (page 38).
* How to use the 2-step "fast filter" technique for quickly and efficiently finding the lowest risk & highest probability funds available. You effectively become your own "selection service" (page 23).
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SPECIAL NOTE: We are on the verge of an unprecedented explosion of potential trading a group of funds that have largely remained ignored by the “mainstream” since their inception. I’m talking about Exchange Traded Funds, or ETFs. Don’t worry if you’ve never heard of ETFs, because when you’re done with this report, you'll be poised to "supercharge" your portfolio with an "ETF injection".
Already heard about ETFs? Forget everything you think you know until you see the "true story" I reveal in the Underground ETF Profit Blueprint.
From what I've seen, very few traders have a clue about the best way to maximize profits with ETFs (in fact, many of them are committing a trading "cardinal sin" and trying to force feed ETFs with stock trading methods... I reveal why this is akin to "financial suicide" in the blueprint).
I would strongly suggest you print out this report and read it more than once.
What you are about to read is more valuable to you than what you will find in many trading courses that you’d have to pay for. This is a HUGE report. Take your time to read it all.
Underground ETF Profit Blueprint
ETF Questions and Answers page
ETF Profit Driver Blueprint page
Exchange-traded funds are baskets of stocks or bonds that trade like stocks. This means they price continuously throughout the trading day, not just at the market close, as is the case with most traditional mutual funds. Right now, the most popular ETFs follow indexes, which makes them very similar to index-based mutual funds. Standard & Poor's Depositary Receipts (SPY), or Spiders, track the S&P 500 index; Diamonds (DIA) follow the Dow Jones Industrial Average; and the Nasdaq-100 Trust (QQQQ), or Cubes, benchmark the Nasdaq 100 index. And they usually do it at a lower cost than even the most budget-conscious index funds. Case in point: SPDRs cost only 0.10% a year, while the ultracheap Vanguard 500 Index (VFINX) fund is priced at 0.18%.
Tax efficiency is another key quality of ETFs. ETF providers, unlike regular mutual fund managers, aren't forced to sell the fund's holdings when a significant number of shareholders redeem their shares. (Such an exodus can spur a traditional mutual fund to issue a sizable distribution of taxable capital gains). That's not to say an ETF has never handed out a tax hit, although so far this group has done so less frequently than typical mutual funds.
The biggest drawback to ETFs is that they must be purchased through a broker, which means you'll have to pay a commission each time you trade the shares. If you rely on dollar-cost averaging to invest, ETFs will lead you to a hefty brokerage bill.
Currently more than 350 ETFs are available, including those based on specific stock sectors, such as financials, technology, utilities and gold. Also available: ETFs that track the indexes of specific countries ranging from Australia to Taiwan. You can expect to see still more ETFs rolled out each year.
Despite their rapidly growing popularity, ETFs still aren't owned by a broad spectrum of individual investors. But we expect they'll gain popularity as word of their advantages gets out.
Do you crave exposure to foreign indexes? Are your holdings a little heavy in large American companies? Do you think biotechnology is a boom industry, but aren't comfortable committing money to one particular company? There are ETFs to represent virtually any segment of the market -- both here and abroad -- nearly any way you slice it. There are ones tracking everything from bonds, REITs, and the utility sector to the pedestrian Fool favorite S&P 500. If that sounds a lot like the index mutual fund market's offerings, it is. For some investors, though, ETFs are a better fit for their investment dollars.
ETF Questions and Answers
Market Weekly Outlook - Weekly market review - Market Charts of the Week
April 7th - April 11th
- AThe Dow Is Near Resistance
The chart of specific interest is of the Dow because it is retesting the resistance of the 12,700 level, which it has not been able to move above since the downtrend started. The other chart that we find particularly interesting is of the Russell because it is testing the resistance of its 50-day moving average...