An ETF or exchange traded fund is a marketable security that closely tracks a basket of assets like commodities or equities. The advantage to trading ETFs is diversification of an index, along with the clear ability to purchase on margin and sell short. With thousands of ETFs available on the market, it becomes difficult for traders to quickly isolate a vehicle with sufficient volume and liquidity to profit from individual sector plays. This manual has been optimized for 2016, and serves as a great desk reference to allow traders to quickly capitalize from plays such as: US Equities, Emerging Markets, Health Care, Industrial, Materials, Construction, Volatility, Techlogy, Oil&Gas, and many more.
Ashbee A. Bakht was born in Dublin, Ireland and grew up in Ireland and Canada. He is an international best selling author who holds a degree in psychology from Brock University, Canada and he pursued his postgraduate education in minerals and mining at the prestigious Norman B. Keevil Institute of Mining Engineering, at the University of British Columbia, Canada.