Pullbacks in county fund ETFs from Brazil to Japan provide potential short-term trading opportunities for active investors.
High yield ETFs continue to pull back while government debt funds bounce.
Oversold territory is not just for oil funds any more as European country fund ETFs begin to pullback.
Neutral ratings in consumer-based ETFs suggest these sectors may not be as overbought as they look.
A pair of lower closes have returned the U.S. dollar to oversold territory.
Fears of a slowing China, an inflationary India and a Wilder than the Wild West Russia have put emerging markets traders in a selling mood.
With all the focus on Apple and Europe, some of the most important moves may be taking place in the BRIC countries of near and East Asia.
Sell-offs in the bond market are not just for Treasuries any more.
Short-term traders are hoping that pullbacks in ETFs representing preferred stocks represent the early stages of a deeper correction.
With US stocks reaching new, bull market milestones every other day, a number of emerging markets are still trading in or near oversold territory.