As 2009 draws to a close, I’d like to thank you for your loyalty. Readers like you are truly a blessing.
Every week I try to show you how to use exchange traded funds (ETFs) to reach your financial goals. And today I want to give you a quick review of what we’ve talked about over the last year. I hope you’ll keep this issue and refer back to it as a handy reference.
ETF Basics …
Whether you’re a seasoned investor or just getting started, ETFs may be new to you. I’ve introduced them to you with articles like ETFs for Every Investor and Why ETFs Beat Mutual Funds By A Mile.
I’ve also given you some timely warnings about risks you may not hear about elsewhere: Back in February, I told you Why Exchange-Traded Notes Are Riskier Than They Look. We’ve also explored the risks, and potential rewards, of Inverse ETFs and Leveraged ETFs.
….read more HERE (including how Commodity ETFs help you profit from soaring food prices, bet on Inflation or Deflation, find Easy Ways to Trade Gold and much much more. )
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