7 ways to Profit from Buying Exchange Traded Funds
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Yes, Exchange-Traded Funds can help you make big profits in
equity indexes. But the conventional wisdom on how to trade ETFs
is all wrong -- and its bad advice can cost you a small fortune.
A successful trader for over 30 years, Peter Way knows the
right way � the profitable way � to buy and sell ETFs.
And his track record proves it.
Of the 339 recommendations Peter has made in the top 50 ETFs
over the past year, 323 were winners. That�s a 95% success
Even better, his winning ETF picks averaged a gain of nearly
13%, while losing recommendations averaged a loss of just 2.4%.
The bottom line: annualized gain for all of Peter Way�s ETF
recommendations works out to a market-clobbering 115%!
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Since 2003, of the literally hundreds of ETF recommendations
Peter Way has given his readers, 76% have outperformed the
But even without Peter�s proprietary trading system for
maximizing ETF profits, Exchange-Traded Funds give the average
investor an easy, safe, reliable way to earn handsome returns
from market indices.
If you are not trading ETFs, just look at all the advantages
you�re missing out on:
- You can sell ETFs short � to profit from falling stock
prices � even during a market rout. Unlike individual
stocks, ETFs are exempt from the uptick rule.
- ETFs can be bought and sold instantaneously on major stock
exchanges vs. mutual funds which trade at end-of-day prices.
You can buy and sell ETFs all day, even after the stock
exchange has closed. That means you�re in control of your
entry and exit price all day long.
- You can choose from more than 100 ETFs to track virtually
any index in the world, from the NASDAQ to the Malaysian
- ETF�s have a favorable tax profile because you do not
suffer capital gains distributions when your fellow
investors sell shares. Reason: the underlying stocks are
traded, not sold.
- You can trade ETFs with stop-loss orders, sharply limiting
your downside risk.
- Annual management fees and expenses are extremely modest
compared to most mutual funds. There are no 12-b-1 fees,
sales loads, or exit charges. And no minimum investment
- You can leverage your ETF trades by buying on margins,
just like with individual stocks � giving you the
potential for enormous gains.
Traded in the conventional way, ETFs offer solid profits: For
instance, one of the five largest ETFs, MidCap SPDR Trust 1 SMC,
outperformed the S&P 500 by 29% over the past 3 years.
But there is another way � a better way � to trade ETFs.
That is Peter Way�s way. And you can find out the secret FREE
Follow the �smart money� to big ETF profits!
In his advisory service Block Traders ETF Monitor,
Peter Way tips the odds of big ETF profits in your favor by
following the �smart money� � specifically, the block
�Block traders� are the brokers that deal in large-volume
transactions for the benefit of their clients � mutual funds,
pension funds, bank trust departments, insurance companies,
endowments, hedge funds, and other major institutional
Since ETFs are relatively new and often mispriced by the
market, they create an enormous profit opportunity � an
opportunity block traders are eagerly taking advantage of.
So, if you and I want to make real money in the market, we
have to follow the �smart money� � and in ETFs, that�s
the block traders.
Well, Peter Way � Wharton-educated economist, Harvard MBA,
who in his 40+ years of investment experience has earned his
Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA) designation, has been a past
president of the Financial Analysts Society of San Diego, a
member of the editorial board of the Financial Analysts Journal,
a VP at Citibank, and a contributor to Forbes magazine � can
help you do just that!
For decades, Peter rigorously tracked and analyzed the
buy/sell activities of the �smart money� equity block
traders. His research database covers block trading for more
than 2,000 stocks, indices, funds, ADRs, and ETFs.
And here�s what he�s found: Because these block traders
are trading millions of dollars in their firm�s capital, they
cannot afford to be wrong.
Therefore, they take out �insurance� on their ETF trades
by buying options. It�s by tracking how much they pay for the
options protection that lets you and I ride on the coattails of
the big block traders � and, by following their lead, make big
money with ETFs.
And that�s where Peter Way and his advisory Block
Traders� ETF Monitor can help.
By �spying� on the block traders in this perfectly legal
and above board manner (tracking the volume of their options
purchases), Peter Way has generated a whopping 115% total return
since July 2003! That�s far beyond the average ETF�s return.
Now you can get a FREE 30-day trial subscription to Peter�s
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Profits of more than 2,000%!
Decades of watching, researching, and trading stocks, mutual
funds, and ETFs have paid off handsomely for Peter Way � and
now he passes those profits on to you!
�Because ETFs are relatively new instruments, they
frequently provide above-average opportunities to capitalize on
price swings as market circumstances change,� says Way.
�In Block Traders� ETF Monitor, we have selected
those 50 or so ETFs and indexes where block traders have best
demonstrated their ability to identify profitable purchase and
Among his recent winners:
- Broker-Dealer Index � 2,154% average
- MS Consumer Index � 23.9% average
- Oil Service Trust Holders � 818.9%
average annualized gain.
- Diamonds Trust � 38.33% average
- GSTI Internal Index � 188.8% average
- Russell 3000 Growth i-Shares � 34.0%
average annualized gain.
- Utilities Holders � 43.2% average
Do block traders � the �smart money� on Wall Street �
really have an edge in buying and selling ETFs?
Consider these facts: During the last 3 years, the S&P
500 index lost 5% per year on a long-term, buy-and-hold basis.
But if you had bought and sold the S&P 500 at the same
time as the ETFs, you would have had a gain of 34.8% a year!
Best of all, Peter Way�s Block Trader�s ETF Monitor
has done even better. Since July, his featured Exchange Traded
Funds have gained a total of 125%!
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Today there are more than 100 Exchange Traded Funds
approaching a combined $100 billion in assets.
An article on Brill.com states, �ETFs are an
excellent tool for building a low-cost, tax-efficient, global
asset allocation strategy.�
And USA Today notes, �ETFs sidestep some of the
scams revealed in the mutual fund trading scandal.�
The �smart money� knows how to win with ETFs � and by
following these block traders, Peter Way and his subscribers do
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