ETFs & Funds

Transparency, diversification, and low-cost access to practically any market, sector, or asset class make exchange traded funds highly attractive to investors and traders alike. But, to outperform benchmark index funds, you really need expert guidance and a sound strategy that gets results. Our experts will cover all the bases and provide the tools and knowledge you need to tap into outperforming investments, year in and year out.

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US Global Jets ETF (JETS) was a big part of our "Back to Normal" set of trades we made expecting the coronavirus to become less and less disruptive to the economy, says Steve Reitmeister, editor of Reitmeister Total Return.
The market is in constant search of balance, which means a price where both the bulls and bears feel there is value in placing a trade. They need to believe that they will make money, states Al Brooks of BrooksTradingCourse.com.
Our list of The Timely Ten stocks represents our top ten recommendations from the Undervalued category of blue chips as of each issue of our newsletter, explains Kelley Wright, editor of Investment Quality Trends.
Marty Fridson is a well-known expert in income investing, often covering complex securities and strategies, such as these two preferred, closed-end income funds featured in the latest issue of his Forbes/Fridson Income Securities Investor.
The SPDR S&P Biotech ETF (XBI) seeks to provide investment results that, before fees and expenses, correspond generally to the total return performance of the S&P Biotechnology Select Industry Index, reports Jim Woods, fund expert and editor of The Deep Woods.
Bears are in deep trouble. The S&P 500 opened broadly lower to start the week and many equity pessimists must have thought it was the beginning of a nasty October surprise. It didn’t work out that way, says Jon Markman, growth-stock specialist and editor of Strategic Advantage.
I’ve been expecting a rally in stocks, so I’m not surprised at last week’s bounce. What worries me is what’s next, says Joe Duarte of In the Money Options.
The S&P 500 had its best week since July, states Bonnie Gortler of bonniegortler.com.
When it comes to hotels, we like to insulate ourselves from the natural volatility with preferred shares, suggests income expert Rida Morwa, editor of High Dividend Opportunities.
The broad stock market has strongly reversed upward at the end of last week, says Larry McMillan of Option Strategist.

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<p>Knowing when to own stocks, commodities, currency, or bonds at any time, in any market trend, is a powerful edge. We discuss strategies that allow profiting in rising and falling markets no matter the volatility with only a few trades a year. Big trends don't happen often, but they give huge profits. Moreover, in the coming years, we will see massive rotations in the markets. Get ready to profit when others panic!</p>
Have you ever had this deep gut feeling that there MUST be more to money than was taught in school? By your parents, friends, or colleagues? How do the super elite, super rich, and wealthy keep growing their wealth generation after generation? How can I make my money work harder for ME? Yes, Brent Kesler too. Then he discovered the power of The Infinite Banking Concept (IBC) and put this concept to work for his family. Mr. Kesler will show you how he paid off $984,711 in third-party debt, paid down expenses, and is now recycling and recapturing ALL of his money for anything and everything he buys in life. It's time to break the bonds of financial slavery you don't even realize you are in.
<p>Sophisticated investors understand no asset or approach is guaranteed. But there are a few fundamental principles that can put odds of success on your side, no matter what the market does. Jonathan Hoenig has been a professional investor since 1999 and boasts a 20-year track record that beats the S&P 500. A Fox News contributor, his latest book is <em>Price Is Primary: How to Profit with Any Asset in Any Market at Any Time</em></p>.
What psychological manipulations are used to persuade you to invest your capital into an unknown opportunity? Will those techniques be effective on you? Do you think you're too smart to fall prey to these manipulations? Join Bryan Ellis, publisher of <em>Accredited IQ </em>Magazine, as he reveals the shocking truth about how investors&#8212;including very smart ones like you&#8212;are routinely the victims of very sophisticated persuasion and psychological manipulation techniques that are designed to separate you from your money. You'll see these techniques demonstrated in a safe environment so you can know what to watch for, and how to protect yourself against one of the greatest risks to your portfolio: Psychological misinformation.
Barry Ritholtz is the creator and host of the groundbreaking <em>Masters in Business</em> podcast, the most popular podcast/show on Bloomberg Radio. For over a decade, he has had in-depth conversations with many of the most accomplished, fascinating people in business and finance. In this behavioral discussion, Mr. Ritholtz will share some insights as to some of the biggest mistakes made by the high-net-worth and ultra-high-net-worth investors, and the lessons we can learn from them.
<p>The markets have had an incredible run this year, but things are changing. The S&P and Nasdaq are trading well off their recent lifetime highs. Inflation is in the daily headlines and the investment community is worried. Many talking heads are forecasting a 20%+ correction before the end of the year.</p><p>In spite of all the talk about higher rates, individual investors are still stuck in a zero-rate environment. Those looking for income have to take unreasonable risks that subject their capital to large losses in a market downturn.</p><p>During this presentation, Mike Turner will show you how he uses yield plus growth to target a goal of generating 7% to 10% in a strong dividend portfolio. He will go over his equity selection process, his downside protection process, and the diversification strategy that he uses in his proprietary "Diversified Income Strategy" model portfolio.</p><p>After the presentation has ended, join Mr. Turner for a special Zoom conference during which he will answer your questions.</p>
There is a new kind of private market evolving around us at this very instant. As it matures, so do the opportunities for profitable exits for savvy investors. Jason Williams, founder of the Main Street Ventures investment advisory, discusses deal sourcing in the 21st century and the often-overlooked opportunities that can be found in equity-based crowdfunding. He will introduce you to several portals where founders come to you with their investment rounds as well as share some of his top open opportunities with you. You'll also get a special offer to join his community of like-minded investors and get access to all his future recommendations.
In this powerful talk, Oliver Velez explains why the entire world is moving to a non-material state. In fact, he shows, with several examples, how this dematerialization has already been taking place over decades. Listen to how vividly Mr. Velez explains why the most valuable things in life will increasingly become things you cannot see, touch, or hold in your hands. Oliver Velez believes this macro view will serve anyone who is looking for the biggest opportunities ahead. Watch, listen, and learn!
Have you ever had this deep gut feeling that there MUST be more to money than was taught in school? By your parents, friends, or colleagues? How do the super elite, super rich, and wealthy keep growing their wealth generation after generation? How can I make my money work harder for ME? Yes, Brent Kesler too. Then he discovered the power of The Infinite Banking Concept (IBC) and put this concept to work for his family. Mr. Kesler will show you how he paid off $984,711 in third-party debt, paid down expenses, and is now recycling and recapturing ALL of his money for anything and everything he buys in life. It's time to break the bonds of financial slavery you don't even realize you are in.
All but one of Adams Financial Concepts' 112 client stock accounts have done better in the last 16 years than the S&P 500 TR. These accounts include conservative, moderate, and a few aggressive accounts. Mike Adams believes the company has done that without taking excessive risk. He will explain how and why Adams Financial Concepts has managed that for their clients. The odds of doing that by luck are less than one in 100,000.

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In the past decade or so, exchange traded funds have been transformed from obscure institutional trading vehicles to extraordinarily popular investment tools. They now dominate the investing landscape with over 2,000 products available and have empowered investors and traders as never before, enabling them to build highly effective portfolios. Yet there's more to the ETF universe than investors and traders may even know. MoneyShow.com’s roster of top ETF and ETF-trading experts can show you how to use ETFs to achieve peak results. From factor ETFs to leveraged ETFs to smart-beta ETFs to buffered ETFs, learn how you can use ETFs to effectively transform your own portfolio.

ETFs can provide a cost-effective way to get into areas of the market that are poised to deliver results. Simple portfolio rotation can meet the goals of solid performance with few trades, little time and effort spent analyzing ETFs, and confidence from side-stepping huge drawdowns. Learn proven ETF-trading strategies from some of the top professional traders in the country who consistently achieve stellar results. More than just the very best in ETF picks, you’ll take away real, practical knowledge about how to recognize the best growth, income, and value opportunities, choose the right sectors and asset classes, and know when (and precisely how) to rotate ETF holdings for optimum results through every economic and market cycle.

Whether you are a seasoned ETF investor or just starting to get your feet wet, you can get actionable advice from some of the top names in the industry here.