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Gaining an Edge with Technical Analysis



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Trading ETFs: Gaining an Edge with Technical Analysis by Deron Wagner
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An exchange-traded fund (ETF) is a basket of stocks that trades on an exchange with the same simplicity and liquidity of an individual stock. By the end of 2007, 546 ETFs were trading on U.S. exchanges and some 450 were in registration. The total asset growth of ETFs has been equally impressive, doubling every year since 1994 and reaching $5.8 billion in 2007. In Trading ETFs: Gaining an Edge with Technical Analysis money manager Deron Wagner introduces the major types and families of ETFs and then provides step-by-step guidance to picking and trading funds. Benefits of ETFs include: Exposure to equities at a lower level of risk than trading individual stocks Lower fees Access to markets that were previously difficult and expensive to participate in, including: Government Treasury bonds, international markets, commodities and even currencies. Unlike other books on ETFs, Wagner's strategies are based on technical analysis, a method of timing the market that greatly improves an investor's chances of predicting short and intermediate term ETF trends. Benefits of Wagner's approach include: A 'top down' trading strategy that increases an investor's odds of success A method for identifying the strongest sector indexes A method for identifying the ETF families with the greatest relative strength ETFs are as easy to invest in as mutual funds and they will soon be as popular. Wagner's comprehensive catalog of the ETFs now available, his insights into successful trading techniques, and his solid research and informative examples, will be an invaluable resource for everyone trying to come up to speed on this new investment opportunity. Gold Medal Winner (tie), Investing Category, Axiom Business Book Awards (2009)

Table of Contents

Foreword. Acknowledgments. Part One: ETF Overview and Selection. 1 Why Use Technical Analysis with ETFs? 2 Major Types and Families of ETFs. Part Two: ETF Selection Through Technical Analysis. 3 The Top-Down Strategy. 4 Finding Indexes with the Most Relative Strength. 5 Selecting the Best ETFs. 6 Supplementing the Basics. Part Three: Timing Your Entries and Exits. 7 Strategies for Entry. 8 Strategies for Exit. 9 Ten ETFs Bought Long. 10 Ten ETFs Sold Short. Part Four: Fine-Tuning Your Strategy. 11 Tailoring Your Approach. 12 Additional Pointers. Afterword. Suggested Reading. Index.

Author Biography

Deron Wagner is the founder and head portfolio manager of Morpheus Capital LP, a U.S. hedge fund, and Morpheus Trading Group, a trader education firm that provides daily technical analysis of leading ETFs and stocks. Wagner is coauthor of The Long-Term Day Trader (Career Press, 2000) and The After-Hours Trader (McGraw-Hill, 2000), and he also appears in his popular DVD, Sector Trading Strategies . He teaches his trading methodology to nearly 3,000 Internet subscribers of his free weekly newsletter, The Wagner Weekly , and has a subscription newsletter, The Wagner Daily . He is a frequent guest speaker at various financial seminars around the world and has appeared on CNBC and ABC.
Release date NZ
July 1st, 2008
Foreword by Marvin Appel
Country of Publication
United States
Bloomberg Press
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