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.
A three-day sell-off in the transporation sector led to a short-term trading opportunity for active ETF investors.
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.
When it comes to trading ETFs, wading into a position one toe at a time can be better than jumping in all at once with both feet.
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.
From the plunge in Gilead Sciences to the vertigo-inducing rally in Vivus, the moves in biotech have been the most under-reported story on the Street this week.