Best Free ETF Newsletter
Exchange Traded Funds, or ETFs, have been the fastest growing financial product for years. Their popularity has soared for a number of reasons, such as: Liquidity, price and tax efficiency. ETFs trade just like stocks. Unlike stocks you don’t have to wait to redeem your shares, but like mutual funds, ETFs provide exposure to a basket of stocks, bonds, commodities or even currencies. ETFs also tend to be cheaper and more tax efficient than mutual funds. How can you find the best available ETFs? Start with a good free ETF newsletter.
Some ETF newsletters will keep you informed about the latest ETF launches (and closures) and tell you about the pros and cons of certain ETFs. “That’s helpful, but what’s more important than spending hours on analyzing various ETFs is to buy low and sell high”, says Simon Maierhofer, founder of iSPYETF. There are over 1,200 ETPs (=Exchange Traded Product, which includes ETFs and Exchange Traded Notes – ETNs) with total assets close to $1.5 trillion. The top 30 ETFs account for well over $800 billion in ETF assets. “The average investor doesn’t have to look outside the top 50 ETFs to build a well diversified portfolio,” continues Maierhofer.
iSPYETF has a reputation for spoiling its readers with well-researched market analysis and actionable ETF investment ideas. Many investors consider the iSPYETF ETF newsletter the best free ETF newsletter on the web. Research studies commonly cover the S&P 500 ETF, Nasdaq ETF, Dow Jones ETF, sector ETFs, gold ETF, silver ETF, bond ETFs and at times commodity and currency ETFs.
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