Jim Woolley

Free ETF Trading Strategy That Can Generate Profits of Up to 23.2% Per Year Is Now Available, Reports Online-Trading-News.com


Wells, UK -- (SBWIRE) -- 03/11/2014 -- A new ETF trading strategy is now available completely free of charge, and is ideal for anyone who is looking to generate consistent returns from exchange traded funds, which are becoming more and more popular all the time.

Full details of this profitable trading strategy are available in this latest article from Online-Trading-News.com, and according to this article, it can generate profits of up to 23.2% per year and has an overall success rate of 80.7%, making it one of the more successful ETF trading strategies currently available.

The strategy has been developed by a veteran trader who has more than 30 years trading experience, and has been designed to profit from the ETF markets rather than individual stocks or currencies, like the majority of trading strategies.

There is no need for people to be at their computers watching the markets every day either because positions are entered and managed at the weekends, and will take no more than around 20 minutes on average.

"Even though ETF trading is growing in popularity all the time, there are very few profitable strategies that you can buy online, and even fewer that are available free of charge," said a spokesman for Online-Trading-News.com.

"So this latest strategy from Bill Poulos, which people can learn about by watching the training video online or by downloading the pdf blueprint, should prove to be very popular with traders, particularly as it is really easy to learn and appears to be equally as profitable in both bullish and bearish markets."

Anyone that would like to read more about this ETF trading strategy and find out how to access this trading method for free, can do so by visiting:


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