March 27, 2013 at 09:00 AM EDT
3 Sector Rotation Strategies ETF Investors Must Know
Short-term traders and long-term investors alike have flocked to exchange-traded funds (ETFs) in large part because of the exposure they provide to different segments of the economy, including stock sectors, commodities, bonds, real estate and global markets. Investors can now buy a single ETF providing diversified exposure to a specific area of the global economy, which means strategies that were once reserved mostly for professionals are now accessible to everyone. One such strategy is sector rotation [see also How To Swing Trade ETFs]. Equities often move in patterns, with certain types of stocks performing better in certain economic conditions, and other types of stocks performing better in other types of conditions. There are three general rotation strategies you can use to attempt to capitalize on these patterns [Download 101 ETF Lessons Every Financial Advisor Should Learn]. What’s the Appeal? Not all securities move together at the same time, or least not with [...] Click here to read the original article on ETFdb.com. Related Posts: 12 Cheap ETFs Every Trader Must Know Which Sector ETFs Are Cheap? All Better Now? Many ETFs Climb Back Near Pre-Recession Levels The Most Tradable Stock In Each Sector SPDR ETF AdvisorShares Rolls Out SectorSAM ETF (SSAM)
Short-term traders and long-term investors alike have flocked to exchange-traded funds (ETFs) in large part because of the exposure they provide to different segments of the economy, including stock sectors, commodities, bonds, real estate and global markets. Investors can now buy a single ETF providing diversified exposure to a specific area of the global economy, which means strategies that were once reserved mostly for professionals are now accessible to everyone. One such strategy is sector rotation [see also How To Swing Trade ETFs]. Equities often move in patterns, with certain types of stocks performing better in certain economic conditions, and other types of stocks performing better in other types of conditions. There are three general rotation strategies you can use to attempt to capitalize on these patterns [Download 101 ETF Lessons Every Financial Advisor Should Learn]. What’s the Appeal? Not all securities move together at the same time, or least not with [...]

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