New York, NY (PRWEB) April 21, 2009 — Gryphon Financial introduces Exchange Traded Funds, or ETFs, to their subscribers via The ETF Express Bulletin investment newsletter. ETFs, a collection of securities that track specific market indexes and cost very little, are the fastest growing investment tool in the United States today!
“Mutual funds are so yesterday,” says Michael Warren, trader and founder of GryphonFinancial.net. “Prominent investors believe ETFs are the new way to go.”
“ETFs cover such a broad spectrum. One bad apple doesn’t spoil the whole bunch. When you trade a basket filled with stocks, wouldn’t it be better using a longer time frame opposed to a shorter one?” asks John Gage, trader and investment guru for Gryphon Financial.
“Short-term time history will show you how much smoother the price movement is with a lot less noise,” Gage explains.
Owning a basket of securities is more comfortable and beneficial than owning just a few individual stocks. Usually ETFs can be purchased with stops and limit orders and are available for margin buying.
Want to avoid trading catastrophes? ETFs are automatic diversified equities that minimize risk!
“Investors are similar to carpenters; they need the right tools to get the job done. I myself have over a dozen different techniques that I have carefully tested under different market conditions,” says Warren, whose stock tips have earned Gryphon Financial subscribers great returns on their investments.
Obviously, ETFs have to come at some cost, but in comparison to similar products, ETFs cost less. Cheaper to manage since, unlike mutual funds, they don’t not have back-end expenses, ETFs enable investors to trade specific sectors, while paying one commission for an entire group of stocks within one industry.
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