Tactical Investor ETF Trader Service
ETF’s provide investors with the liquidity that is similar to that of stocks, without having to bet on one company. With an ETF you can bet on a whole sector and thus reduce your risk. This investment vehicle is particularly useful for investors that don’t have time and would like to quickly get into the best sectors. Hence we decided to come out with the ETF Trader service and labelled it the ETF Trend Trader. In essence, it contains everything the market update does but the focus is on ETF’s only. In the market update service, we look at stocks, options, commodities like the precious metals and energy sectors, we also examine currencies and finally, we have a portfolio for the speculative player.
The ETF trader service has two portfolios. One portfolio is for conservative investors and in this portfolio, we only occasionally get into leveraged ETF’s and then only if they are paying a dividend. So far, we have only opened one position in a leveraged ETF and the ETF in question is DVYL.
The second portfolio is for investors that are willing to take on more of a risk and here we examine both 2x and 3X leveraged funds. It goes that without saying that the possible gains are much higher but your odds of mounting higher loses also rise. An example of highly leveraged ETF is TPOR
Information on ETF’s for Novice Traders
What is an EFT?
An exchange-traded fund (ETF) is a type of security that involves a collection of securities—such as stocks—that often tracks an underlying index, although they can invest in any number of industry sectors or use various strategies. ETFs are in many ways similar to mutual funds; however, they are listed on exchanges and ETF shares trade throughout the day just like an ordinary stock. Investopedia
What are the best ETF’s To get into?
This is what the balance had to say on this topic:
Like all investments, ETFs come with risks. Typically, riskier investments lead to higher returns, and ETFs follow that pattern. Diverse, broad market funds and funds focused on bonds tend to offer the lowest risk. Commodity, option, and narrower funds usually bring you more risk and volatility.
Be sure to consider the underlying assets—when you buy an ETF, you are not buying shares of a company’s stock or bonds directly. Instead, you are putting money into a fund that buys a basket of stocks and bonds on your behalf. Make sure the fund you buy invests in assets you would choose yourself.
And finally, keep an eye on the fees. In August 2018, Fidelity released two new ETFs that are 100% fee-free. These cutting-edge ETFs are a very new concept. Prior to that, competitive ETFs from companies like Vanguard, Fidelity, and Schwab led the competition with low fees well under 0.1%. Compare multiple ETFs for fees and other features before you buy them. The Balance
Tactical Investor response
The best ETF to get into is, the one that most despised by the masses and one that has been green-lighted by our trend indicator. We don’t focus on ETF’s that are in fashion, our focus is on ETF’s that are about to take off. If you want to find out more about the ETF Trader Service, you can go here: ETF Trend Trader Service
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