Three-day pullbacks in Asia ex-China have resulted in a powerful, short-term rally in the second half of the week.
A stall in crude oil’s sharp rally has sent a variety of oil ETFs headed toward the sales shelf.
The sell-off in small cap stocks may represent a buying opportunity in early March.
In the near-term, are bond ETFs really an active investors best bet?
Additional selling could provide the first opportunity to buy high quality pullbacks in Asian ETFs.
Profit-taking in REIT funds is turning short-term consolidations into more potentially more meaningful, short-term corrections.
Inverse leveraged or “bear market” ETFs provide a way to trade short-term edges in runaway markets.
Should traders and active investors be concerned about the second consecutive lower finish in the Dow transports?
As stocks continue to climb, bonds and bond ETFs slide deeper into short-term, oversold territory.
Selling in Chinese ETFs could represent different types of opportunities for different types of traders.