July 13, 2012 at 09:00 AM EDT
17 ETFs For Day Traders
Investors of all walks have embraced ETFs as the investment vehicle of choice when it comes to accessing virtually any asset class in the global market. Persistent innovation in the exchange-traded universe has further propelled ETPs at the forefront of many active traders’ radar screens given the diverse, and growing, lineup of liquid financial instruments. Aside from the inherent transparency and diversification benefits associated with exchange-traded funds, traders have also come to embrace the liquid and cost-efficient nature of these tools [see ETF Technical Trading FAQ]. As such, day traders have embraced these financial instruments as viable tools for achieving cheap and incredibly liquid exposure to any corner of the market. Whether its buying into a leveraged NASDAQ fund before Apple reports earnings in anticipation of a blowout quarter or selling gold after pessimistic FOMC minutes, ETFs have rightly earned the respect of many seasoned day traders [see 3 ETF Trading Tips You [...] Click here to read the original article on ETFdb.com. Related Posts: ETF Insider: Can Earnings Trump Euro Drama? December ETF Roundup: $1 Trillion And Counting 101 ETF Lessons Every Financial Advisor Should Learn Ten Unexpected Observations On YTD ETF Returns 10 Strange But True Facts About The ETF Industry
Investors of all walks have embraced ETFs as the investment vehicle of choice when it comes to accessing virtually any asset class in the global market. Persistent innovation in the exchange-traded universe has further propelled ETPs at the forefront of many active traders’ radar screens given the diverse, and growing, lineup of liquid financial instruments. Aside from the inherent transparency and diversification benefits associated with exchange-traded funds, traders have also come to embrace the liquid and cost-efficient nature of these tools [see ETF Technical Trading FAQ]. As such, day traders have embraced these financial instruments as viable tools for achieving cheap and incredibly liquid exposure to any corner of the market. Whether its buying into a leveraged NASDAQ fund before Apple reports earnings in anticipation of a blowout quarter or selling gold after pessimistic FOMC minutes, ETFs have rightly earned the respect of many seasoned day traders [see 3 ETF Trading Tips You [...]

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