ETFDesk’s “Ways-to-Play”- Think in ETFs


Thanks for visiting ETFDesk.  We hope we have become a useful resource for you. One feature we developed is called, “Ways-to-Play” and we’d like to tell you a little bit about it.

We developed ‘Ways-to-Play” to help investors identify truly actionable investment ideas from news, articles, blogs, academic papers and government releases.  Ways to Play is a simple format to share those ideas with other investors, both institutional and retail.  We believe investors should think in ETFs.

What is ‘Ways-to-Play”?

Ways-to-Play is an interactive forum where users can pair a news article (or other online information) with relevant ETFs to create an investment thesis. These ideas can then be tracked for performance, shared and discussed.

Why is it beneficial?

In short, Ways-to-Play gives you the ability to read current financial news and find specific ETFs to trade based on that information. You can also track other peoples plays and see their performance history.  You may find an idea that you never thought of before.

Who can use “Ways-to-Play”?

Anyone.  Wether your an individual investor, financial professional, a blogger, or all of them in one, you can post your ideas and see your returns overtime.

How do I do it?

It’s really easy. In three steps you can post your ideas.

1. Register as a user at (click login/register on the top right)

2. Click the button on our home page and add the:


3. Select ETF(s) that play your article

Once we get it we’ll review and approve it for the site and you’ll be on your way to seeing how it plays out.

Try it out and let me know what you think.

I’m Homer. Check out my plays here: Homer’s Ways-to-Play and email me at with your thoughts.


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