The ETF Trend Following Playbookby Tom Lydon
Stop getting burned in the markets. Start making solid profits again. There is a way, and it starts with four simple principles:
- Know why you’re getting in
- Have a strategy for getting out.
- Recognize the trends that matter.
- Invest based on mathematical realities, not fear, greed or emotion.
iMoney:Profitable Exchange-Traded Fund Strategies for Every Investorby Tom Lydon & John Wasik
Since iMoney was released, the ETF industry has changed. ETFs are the hottest thing going right now for investors, and we’re living in volatile times. A college education isn’t always affordable. Your pension plan is gone. Your house is losing value. Your 401(k) isn’t putting up the numbers.
“Tom Lydon has been a leader in the ETF business for many years. His new book walks through the basics of ETFs investing, and shows why professionals and increasingly individuals are turning to ETFs.”Bob Pisani, CNBC stocks reporter
“Our complex and global financial system has created a powerful need for guide posts for investors and traders alike. Tom Lydon provides an excellent tool to help navigate the current economic environment in a clear, concise, easy-to-understand way.” John Jacobs, executive vice president of NASDAQ
“There are hundreds of writers, speakers and advisers clamoring to get a seat aboard the ETF bandwagon. However, if you’re looking for genuine insight from a real pioneer, then read Tom Lydon. Not only is Tom’s ETF Trend Following Playbook a principled how-to guide for individual investors, it is requisite reading for money managers.” Gary Gordon, editor of ETFExpert.com
“iMoney has received tremendous praise from the investment community, readers and book critics.” Jim Slagle, Green Faucet
“The authors cover the ETF waterfront. Whether you are a young investor just starting out or a seasoned stock veteran looking for new investment opportunities, this book is a valuable resource.” Sam Stovall, Chief Investment Strategist, Standard & Poor’s Equity Research
“Finally! Lydon and Wasik objectively analyze exchange traded funds for the average person. We particularly liked iMoney’s comparisons with more familiar mutual funds, the clear discussion about risks and the varying viewpoints from some of the industry’s smartest minds.” Alan Lavine and Gail Liberman, syndicated columnists for Marketwatch.com and authors of Quick Steps to Financial Stability