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Super Sectors: How to Outsmart the Market Using Sector Rotation and ETFs

Super Sectors: How to Outsmart the Market Using Sector Rotation and ETFs

by John Nyaradi

Publisher: Wiley, John & Sons, Incorporated
ISBN: 9780470592502
Pages: 264
Format: pdf, ePub, mobi, fb2
File size: 7 Mb
Date posting: 2021-04-14


PRAISE FOR SUPER SECTORS HOW TO OUTSMART THE MARKET USING SECTOR ROTATION AND ETFs "John does an excellent job explaining how to make money using sector ETFs. He has outlined a great plan for those seeking to win with the current super sectors."—DAMIEN and DEREK HOFFMAN, cofounders, "Super Sectors offers investors a clear and practical plan for navigating today's markets . . . a must-read for those looking for a new approach in a volatile financial world."—STEVE GEAR, Editor, Business/Financial News, "Investors new to ETFs will appreciate this easy-to-understand book as it has an excellent overview of sector ETF selections as well as alternative asset classes, trading systems, and psychology. My favorite part of the book is the interviews with the experts."—GRACE CHENG, founder,; author, 7 Winning Strategies for Trading Forex "This book offers a complete guide for those with little knowledge of exchange traded funds. It explains what they are and what's available as well as outlines many practical strategies that can be used for profitable investing. John Nyaradi has explained this subject in a simple, down-to-earth way that will appeal to relatively inexperienced investors, yet also deals with sophisticated concepts that veteran traders will find useful."—MARTIN J. PRING, President,; Chairman, Pring Turner Capital Group; author, Martin Pring's Introduction to Technical Analysis, Martin Pring on Market Momentum, and Technical Analysis Explained "Included among the 'Year's Top Investment Books' in the 2011 Stock Trader's Almanac, Super Sectors identifies five 'super sectors' that will likely advance far faster and higher than the general indexes due to several economic and social 'megatrends' on the horizon."—JEFFREY A. HIRSCH, Editor in Chief, President, Stock Trader's Almanac