As an astute investor, you realize that billions of dollars are made every day by a
small and tight-knit group of investors. This group is privy to financial secrets the
average investor will never hear about. They are on top of the information you
won't read about in IBD, Wall Street Journal or Barron's. By the time you read
about it there, the biggest profits have already been made.
We don’t necessarily have to trade based on insider information. We trade on
public knowledge that has not yet become common. It’s the information that is
only disclosed behind closed doors by the highest powered investors from all
around the globe. Our members meet rigorous membership criteria. These
powerful men can move markets at the drop of a dime. This is exactly the kind of
exclusive information that can turn a small investment into a fortune.
Bottom Line is simple — to get rich in the market, you must pick the spots that
take down the king-sized trades.
Exchange Trade Fund (ETF)
An ETF is a basket of securities that resemble a mutual fund. It trades like a stock
but tracks a particular index. ETFs offer exposure to a variety of markets including
broad-based equity indexes (total market, large-cap growth, and small-cap value);
broad-based international and country-specific equity indexes (Europe, EAFE, and
Japan); industry sector-specific equity indexes (healthcare, energy, and real estate);
U.S. bond indexes (long-term Treasury bonds and corporate bonds); and
commodities (gold, silver, and oil).
By buying shares of a broad-based ETF, investors essentially own the
market. This accomplishes a major goal for investors: diversification. Of course,
owning shares of a mutual fund accomplishes the same goal, so let's compare the
ETF with its cousin, the traditional mutual fund. You will see why investing in
ETF's is a viable alternative and how ETF's can be the centerpiece of your overall
investment strategy. Following the precepts of MPT, our investment goa