In this article, Toni Turner talks about the two types of popular inverse ETFs and how you can utilize them as 1) pure profit plays, and 2) to hedge your current long positions.
ETFs Trading Lessons
Don’t know what an ETF is? You’re not alone. Learn about the different types of ETFs in the marketplace today and how to include them in your investment strategy.
ETFs have been developed for essentially every U.S. industry, many countries, commodities, Treasuries, currencies and even the inverse (short side) of many of these market areas. Here are some steps for identifying winning ETF trades.
How do you use stock funds? TradingMarkets.com provides a powerful, easy-to-use database to target the funds that match your personal moneymaking strategy.
Misery may love company, but rather than joining miserable times, wouldn’t you prefer to profit instead?
A fund price moving average is really quite simple. It just represents the average, or mean, of a fund’s closing share prices over a trailing time frame.
Everyone wants to save a buck. So if you had a choice between a fund that charged you every time you bought new shares, and one that didn’t, which would you choose?
If you’d like to put part of your money to work in a model portfolio developed by one of the nation’s top hedge fund managers, check out the High Performance Global Portfolio in the Timing Models section.
With the TradingMarkets.com FundScanner, you have a powerful tool for ferreting out funds that suit your personal trading or investing style.
By using an active investing strategy, you can keep your money working in equities while shielding your nest egg from bear markets.