The fast and easy way for Canadians to understand and invest in ETFs Exchange-traded funds (ETFs) are an increasingly popular part of the investing landscape, being less volatile than individual stocks, cheaper than most mutual funds, and subject to minimal taxation. But how do you use this financial product to diversify your investments in today's ever-changing market? Exchange-Traded Funds For Canadians For Dummies shows you in plain English how to weigh your options and pick the ETF that's right for you. It tells Canadian investors everything you need to know about building a lean, mean portfolio and optimizing your profits. Plus, the book covers all of the newest ETF products, providers, and strategies, as well as Commodity ETFs, Style ETFs, Country ETFs, and Inverse ETFs. The only book on the market catering specifically to Canadian investors Perfect for investors who want to fill in the blanks in their portfolio, adding ETFs to stocks and other common investment products Gives Canadian investors the tools they need to make informed and profitable investments in ETFs that are right for their portfolios The book also includes straightforward answers to commonly asked questions about ETFs and advice on how to avoid mistakes that many investors--even experienced ones--make. It provides forecasts of the future for ETFs and personal spending and also provides a complete list of ETFs and Web resources to assist your investing. With Exchange-Traded Funds For Canadians For Dummies, you'll learn how to incorporate ETFs into your investment strategy to produce reliable growth.CDZ ticker symbol, 122 charting patterns for DUM ETF, 265a267 technical analysis, 267 for UGH ETF, 265a267 Cheat Sheet, consulting, 5 CIBC Investora#39;s Edge, 51, 330 closed-end fund, defined, 241, 336 closet index funds, explained, 36, 336anbsp;...
|Title||:||Exchange-Traded Funds for Canadians for Dummies|
|Author||:||Russell Wild, Bryan Borzykowski|
|Publisher||:||John Wiley & Sons - 2013-07-22|