Written by A.J. Brown

A Blueprint On Exchange-Traded Funds

Trading Trainer ETF Consumer GuideI just read a consumer guide on exchange-traded funds that had me captivated…

Exchange-traded funds have had me excited for quite some time (especially for my mid and long term portfolios).  In case you don’t know, Exchange-traded funds (ETFs) are securities that closely resemble index or sector funds, but can be bought and sold during the day on an exchange just like common stocks.

Basically ETFs are a convenient way to purchase a broad basket of securities in a single transaction; they are traded like a stock but diversified like a mutual fund.

Furthermore, because ETFs are traded like a stock, they can be bought and sold throughout the day, purchased on margin, sold short, and many are even optionable.

I’ve been exploring the profit potential in trading a group of funds like this for some time.  For the most part, ETFs have largely remained ignored by ‘mainstream’ individuals… they’ve been really only traded by a select few traders that were "in the know".

If you have ANY interest in discovering how to get in on ETFs while they are just gaining mainstream momentum, you’re in for a TREAT.  A respected trader friend of mine that I don’t mind referring to as one of my trusted mentors has labeled investing in ETFs, a ‘portfolio supercharger.’

My trader friend wrote the consumer guide that captivated me.  During our last conversation, he was telling me that he wrote it initially as a gift to his readers to thank them for providing him with survey responses to questions about exchange-traded funds.

He told me that he queried roughly 100,000 traders in his survey.  What can I say, he’s a fanatical researcher.  When he threw that number at me, I lost balance in my office chair and fell on the floor.

He went on to tell me that when he sat down to write his consumer guide, he fully expected it to span about 10 or 15 pages,  It wound up being a whopping 57-page ‘blueprint’ that effectively shows you how to get into trading ETFs.

Exchange-traded funds, in my mind, are a great addition to anyone’s trading practice no matter what you trade.

Here’s some things I learned from the consumer guide…

** How I can get an unfair and entirely legal head start using ETFs before the ‘mainstream’ catches on. (page 54).

** How to double my profit potential with half the effort by harnessing this particular ETF designed to pad my portfolio when the market tanks (page 11).

** How to finally let my IRA funnel profit potential out of bear runs. This little-known technique he wrote about essentially lets my IRA gain from trading it almost like a regular brokerage account (page 25).

** How to drastically reduce my time trading these ETFs by incorporating these 3 discoveries (page 38).

** How to use his 2-step ‘fast filter’ technique for quickly and efficiently finding the lowest risk & highest probability funds available. (page 23).

Would you like to get hold of this consumer guide?  Well, here’s the good news…  Bill, my trader friend, made the decision to give it away for free.  (In my opinion, he could have charged for this.)  That’s the kind of guy Bill is.  He’s very giving.  I trust him.

Go download a copy of his consumer guide now.

http://www.tradingtrainer.com/ETF/guide/

I hope you enjoy it as much as I have.

Best regards always,

A.J. Brown

P.S. You may want to download this blue print sooner, versus later.  It’s real large.  When I saw how large it was to download, I lost balance in my office chair a second time and, again, fell on the floor.  (When doing anything with Bill, I think I’ve come to the conclusion to just start out on the floor.  How his surprises affect me is beginning to hurt.)  If Bill’s web server ‘bandwidth’ gets eaten up with all the requests for the report, he told me he was going to take it down.

Again, you can get it here:

http://www.tradingtrainer.com/ETF/guide/
 

6 Responses to “A Blueprint On Exchange-Traded Funds”

  1. David Butterfield @ 6:29 pm:

    A.J.

    Thank you for the recommendation. I also received an email from Bill and may receive one yet from Dave G. Will be interesting to read the Underground ETF Profit Blueprint. Unfortunately it will take some quiet time and determination to get it read and understood. Maybe over the weekend. More information to absorb. It is a learning process and that makes it more fun.

    Watch out for the chairs and landing on the floor. I’ve done that at work and it is not too fun when the chair hits you in the back.

    David

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  2. Ken Long @ 7:48 pm:

    Already got this one. I really like Bill Poulos’ teaching style. His free reports and trading videos are great.

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  3. Bob @ 8:26 pm:

    Here are two links you can find most ETF’s. An interesting option in trading ETF’s is to buy, or sell, LEVERAGED ETF’s which move 200% the direction of the exchange they represent. An example– if you are bearish on the NASDAQ, would be the QID, and yes, it is optionable, giving you HUGE leverage! http://www.proshares.com/funds http://www.rydexfunds.com/etfcenter/home/etf_profiles.rails

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  4. rj320 @ 6:18 am:

    Nice…….. somebody must have been reading my
    mind. you deliver the max thanks for the info.

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  5. John Berard @ 6:53 am:

    Is there a constraint for saving the document? It may be my system, but I wanted to check…..

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  6. Debbi Kounthong @ 3:26 am:

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