All-Inclusive ETF Websites by Leslie N. Masonson
Are you interested in learning more about using exchange traded funds (ETFs) in your trading? Leslie N. Masonson, an active ETF trader, is president of Cash Management Resources, a financial consulting firm that focuses on ETF strategies. He is the author of Buy—Don’t Hold: Investing With ETFs Using Relative Strength To Increase Returns With Less Risk; and All About Market Timing, as well as Day Trading On The Edge. His website is www.buydonthold.com, where he writes a weekly blog. To submit topics for future columns, reach him at firstname.lastname@example.org.
With the explosion of US ETFs numbering 1,716 at year-end 2016 valued at nearly $2.524 trillion according to the 2017 Investment Company Fact Book, it is no surprise that there has also been a proliferation of websites offering comprehensive ETF coverage. Here, I will briefly review three free sites that offer investors and traders an impressive array of analytical metrics and other useful arrayed data that will aid in the ETF selection process.
Previously in S&C, I reviewed two easy-to-use online resources that offer different approaches to ETF momentum investing and strategy backtesting for active market players. Those were ETFscreen.com (June 2017 S&C) and ETFReplay.com (December 2011 S&C). The latter is strictly a subscription-based offering ...