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Investing with Exchange-Traded Funds Made Easy: A Start-To-Finish Plan to Reduce Costs and Achieve Higher Returns

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"Possessing a rare skill set amongst professional investors and authors, Dr. Appel has successfully managed to provide readers with the perfect mix of up-to-date details on the various types and asset classes of ETFs, crucial, tried, and true concepts of risk management, and just the right mix of backing historical data to pull it all together-all in a "user-friendly" pack ...more
Hardcover, 282 pages
Published October 27th 2008 by FT Press
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Jan 06, 2012 Dee Renee Chesnut rated it did not like it
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This book was part of the free for my Nook trilogy called ETF Trading and Investing Strategies. I'm glad I did not pay any more for information that was e-published in 2009.
After the first two chapters, I started to read only the conclusion at the end of each chapter. This was enough to give me the gist of what the author discussed. By chapter 7, Appel finally discusses his One-Decision Portfolio whose strategy is asset allocation with only once-a-year rebalancing. I interpret that time-frame t
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