MoneyShow San Francisco – Aug 24-26, 2017 – Profitable ETF Strategies for Any Investor with Michael McNiven, Ph.D.

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August 24 – 26, 2017 | San Francisco – Aug 26, 2017, 12:30 PM – 3:30 PM

Don’t have a profitable ETF strategy yet? You will learn how to simply and effectively find one that works for you no matter how volatile the markets may be. ETF investing is very manageable if you know what you want, how to find it, and then manage it with a strategy that doesn’t leave you frantically making the wrong decisions when the market changes direction.

Using widely known ETFs, your faculty will show you which sectors prosper in bull markets, and which thrive in bear markets. You will discover how to use certain sector ETFs to spot potential upcoming market reversals, and how to spot sector ETFs that may be the next champions.

This three-hour event will feature three top ETF experts who will share the strategies that have been working in these markets to help you learn how to maximize your profits and limit your risks.

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