The SPDR S&P 500 ETF (SPY) is the world’s largest ETF. It is also one of the most cost and tax effective ways to gain broad exposure to stocks. But that alone doesn’t guarantee profits (nothing does). Here’s one way to increase your winning odds.
The SPDR S&P 500 ETF (NYSEArca: SPY) is the world’s largest ETF ($145 billion in assets). It is also one of the most cost and tax effective ways to gain exposure to a broad basket of stocks.
Unlike mutual funds, ETFs trade like stocks and can be bought/sold anytime the stock market is open (mutual funds have to be redeemed, sometimes at the next day’s closing prices).
But – and that’s a big but – regardless of how great an ETF SPY is, if you buy and sell at the wrong time, you can still lose money.
iSPYETF (as in “I spy with my little eye”) and the iSPYETF Profit Radar Report are dedicated to delivering the best ETF research and identifying the best buy and sell opportunities for the S&P 500 and S&P 500 SPY ETF.
Spotting the best ETF opportunities isn’t easy, but the Profit Radar Report follows dozens of indicators, gauges, cycles and patterns to find the best high probability and low-risk setups.
Can you trust iSPYETF and the Profit Radar Report?
Well, we don’t have a crystal ball, but Investor’s Business Daily had this to say about Simon Maierhofer (Founder of iSPYETF and publisher of the Profit Radar Report):
“Simon says and the market is playing along” – Investors Business Daily
Below is a brief history of Simon’s market calls.