The 100 Best Exchange-Traded Funds You Can Buy 2012

The 100 Best Exchange-Traded Funds You Can Buy 2012

Exchange-traded funds (ETFs) are the most dynamic new investing opportunity around. ETFs offer you an efficient, cost-effective, and convenient way to access returns both from emerging markets and from a wide range of other investment opportunities.

Experts Peter Sander and Scott Bobo, authors of the bestselling The 100 Best Stocks You Can Buy series, show you how to pick the best ETFs to strengthen your portfolio. With each recommendation, they provide a summary of the fund, its strengths and weaknesses, its component stocks, and facts and figures concerning its past performance. All this comes with a comprehensive introduction that outlines the basics of ETF trading.

With the authors' help, you can create an investment strategy that concentrates on long-term asset allocation rather than merely short-term gain. In today's volatile marketplace, you're looking for the best way to make money. This book shows you how.

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About the Authors

Peter Sander

Peter Sander is an author, researcher, and consultant in the fields of business, location reference, and personal finance. He has written more than forty books, including Value Investing for Dummies, Personal Finance for Entrepreneurs, and 101 Things Everyone Should Know About Economics. The author of numerous articles dealing with investment strategies, he is also the coauthor of the top-selling The 100 Best Stocks You Can Buy series.

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Scott Bobo

Scott Bobo specializes in trend and investment analysis in the consumer electronics, personal computer, and semiconductor industries. Scott served as lead researcher for the 2011 and 2012 editions of the 100 Best Stocks series and as coauthor for the 2013–17 editions. He operates Red Wrench, a personal technology and investment consulting firm.

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