Taking into account the thousands of stock options available, it is no surprise that consumers need assistance. It is a complex subject and consumers want unbiased, independent guidance in helping them find a path to investing that is focused on their needs. Weiss Ratings Investment Research Guide to Exchange-Traded Funds gives investors and consumers independent, unbiased data on which ETFs to consider and which should be avoided.
The Investment Research Guide to Stock Mutual Funds is divided into seven main sections, preceded by an introductory section and followed by a thorough Appendix. Weiss’ complete letter-grade rubric is detailed within the introduction—an easily accessible reference for users researching companies in this Investment Research Guide.
The introductory section begins by welcoming the user and laying out the mission statement, followed by a “How To Use This Guide” orientation to the book. The final components of this section are an explanation of the Financial Strength Ratings used in the book and a page of important warnings and cautions for the user to take into account when evaluating stock mutual funds.
This edition includes:
- Index of Exchange-Traded and Other Closed-End Funds - with ratings, fund type, ticker symbol, price, 52-week high and lows, returns over time, expense ration, net asset value, premiums and discounts, average price to earnings, portfolio turnover ration and more
- Top & Bottom Exchange-Traded and Closed-End Funds
- Best & Worst Funds based on performance and fund type
- Available in print and online database formats
Weiss Ratings’ Investment Research Guide to Exchange-Traded Funds presents the most comprehensive, accurate, and independent analyses and ratings of ETFs in an accessible format, so users at any level can easily navigate through this incomparable resource. Since the Investment Research Guide is published quarterly, the information and ratings react quickly to changes in the industry, and users can rest assured that all ratings are up to date. Whether the user is just getting started in investing, or a seasoned professional looking for sound advice, this Investment Research Guide is the best and only source for unbiased and timely analyses.