Frequently Asked Questions
- What are Diamonds (DIA)?
- What are index shares?
- What is market timing?
- What is QQQQ?
- What are SPDRs?
- Why trade indexes?
- How can I trade indexes and their derivatives?
- What are the advantages of ETFs?
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DIAMONDS trade on the AMEX (AMEX: DIA). The DIAMONDS Trust Series I is a pooled investment designed to provide investment results that generally correspond to the price and yield performance, before fees and expenses, of the Dow Jones Industrial Average.
Index shares or ETF (Exchange Traded Fund) is a stocks that track index performance.By trading the index, you eliminate concerns about picking the right company, balancing industry weightings, or incur the cost of trading individual stocks.
The principle objective of market timing is to provide investors with the opportunity to define trend reversals and buy/sell points by using elements of the technical and fundamental analysis.
SPDRs trade on the AMEX (AMEX: SPY). The SPDR Trust Series is a pooled investment designed to provide investment results that generally correspond to the price and yield performance, before fees and expenses, of the S&P 500 Index.
Index trading allow to a trader with relatively small investment to diversify the portfolio in all stocks from the index basket. In addition an index cannot fill a bankruptcy. The index components are selected by certain rules and there is no need in the complex fundamental analysis which is already done.
The price and volume of individual stocks fluctuate with unpredictable events such as news, rumors and earnings reports. By tailoring our indicators for the major market indices, we reduce the uncertainty by dealing with numerous stocks together. The volatility of any one stock in our indicators is diluted.
You can trade Futures and Options contracts on the indexes themselves or any of a number of stand in instruments for the stocks associated with the index. There are several index stocks, such as Spider (SPY) for the S&P 500 index, Diamonds (DIA) for the Dow Jones Industrial Average index, QQQQ for NASDAQ 100 index, HHH for largest 20 internet companies and many others.
With Index Shares (ETFs) you have a wide range of investment opportunities. ETFS allow to trade an index as single stock, yet, a stock that covers entire portfolio of stocks from this index basket.
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