ETFs are electronically traded funds that represent underlying securities or commodities or indexes.
There are thousands of different ETFs available today. They are very popular with big investors.
ETFs represent the DJIA, S&P500, Gold, Silver, Coffee, Real Estate, Oil, Emerging stock markets (China, Brazil, India, etc.), Bonds, Currencies - almost anything you can think of.
In 2018, net flows for U.S. ETFs totaled $295 billion with $197 billion in stock funds and $99 billion in fixed-income funds. $1 billion was in commodity, currency and real-estate funds.
Total U.S. ETF assets under management closed 2018 at roughly $3.4 trillion
After the stock market crash of 2008, we discovered an ETF trading system that averaged returns of 7.31% EACH DAY in testing from 11/21/2008 to 3/7/2012
Since that time, the ETF Cash Trading System has produced consistent average daily returns each year
We studied most investment categories, including Exchange Traded Funds (ETFs). Watching stocks, indexes, ETFs, and options on a minute by minute basis.
What we discovered, after two years of study, were repeating events that make trading for profits almost automatic, unbelievably simple, very profitable and easy to follow.
We have discovered an extremely easy-to-follow system that grows profit each and every day by combining the buying and selling of ETFs with the principle of compounding.
THE ETF CASH SYSTEM HAS MADE MONEY EACH YEAR SINCE IT'S CREATION IN 2008!
The ETF Trading System is the single most amazingly simple trading system that you've ever come across... and it works. Period.
Market Direction Up
The ETF Trading System gives you strategies and guidelines, but you make the trades.
Market Direction Mixed
No, you can take any day off, a month or a year off. Remember though, your money only grows when you trade, so keep that in mind. You're in and out of the market each day, so take a break whenever you want. At the end of each day, that money is yours, you're out of the market, and you can sleep soundly each and every night.
Some days you won't make much. The historical average return we discuss is the daily average (including wins and losses) and during our measurement period was +7.31%. That is per day.
Maybe, but don't count on it. To maximize the ETF Trading System, you have to follow it exactly and do things perfectly each day. Unfortunately, no one can do that. So your "average" daily returns will always be less.
Remember, if you just average a return of even 1% per day, $10,000 would be worth $108,926 at the end of one year.
Maybe you can and maybe you can't. Remember, that as you try to figure out our system, you'll be trading and losing money. Or worse, not trading and not making money. We guarantee that you'll lose a lot more than the cost of our system if you try to "guess" how it works.
Market Down Day
For maximum returns trade every day
Read our training material and follow the directions
We recommend closing positions at the end of every day
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