Enhanced Indexing Strategies: Utilizing Futures and Options to Achieve Higher Performance by Tristan Yates

 Enhanced Indexing Strategies: Utilizing Futures and Options to Achieve Higher Performance by Tristan Yates
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Enhanced Indexing Strategies: Utilizing Futures and Options to Achieve Higher Performance by Tristan Yates

Wiley Trading Adobe E-Book November 2008



Leveraged index investments, including index futures, options, and ETFs, are one of the fastest growing products in finance, as both retail and institutional investors are attracted to their long-term returns and capital efficiency. WithEnhanced Indexing Strategies, author Tristan Yates reveals how you can create and build high-performance indexing strategies using derivatives that can potentially generate much higher returns than conventional index investing. In addition, Enhanced Indexing Strategies introduces six innovative long-term indexing strategies using futures and options, each with its own advantages and applications.

AUTHOR INFORMATION:

Tristan Yates researches and writes about global index investing, leveraged portfolio management, and derivative strategies for many publications, including Futures & Options Trader, Seeking Alpha, and Investopedia, and his articles are distributed through Yahoo! Finance, Forbes, Kiplinger, and MSN Money. An industry expert on leveraged ETFs, his research has been cited in the Wall Street Journal.