5 ETFs for the Next 5 Days: Rally Brings Edges to Bond and Bear Funds Alike

Overall, most equity index ETFs are in overbought territory, including top funds like the ^SPY^ and the ^IWM^.

Internationally, the ^FXI^ is back in overbought territory below the 200-day moving average, while the ^EWZ^ likely will enter overbought territory below the 200-day on any significant follow-through buying on Wednesday.

For traders using PowerRatings, the highest rated ETFs heading into Wednesday’s trading tend to provide inverse exposure to the precious metals market such as the top-rated ^GLL^, which gained more than 7% on Tuesday.  Learn more about swing trading with PowerRatings here.

Here are 5 ETFs for the Next 5 Days

With Tuesday’s big rally that saw the Nasdaq gain by 100 points, it is no surprise that the exchange-traded funds with the biggest edges are in two categories: bond funds and short funds.

For example, looking at the entirety of our ETF database, the top two most oversold ETFs trading above the 200-day moving average as of Tuesday’s close are the ^SHY^ and the ^LQD^.

The sell-off in LQD has been especially noteworthy. LQD has closed lower for three days in a row and plunged by more than 1% – a huge move for this bond ETF – in Tuesday’s trading.

In addition to these pullbacks in bond funds, short funds (also known as inverse or bear funds) have also slid lower and into oversold territory above the 200-day moving average. Among these are equity index related inverse ETFs like the ^QID^ and the ^EEV^, as well as funds that allow traders to take the bearish side of the energy market with oversold leveraged ETFs like the ^DUG^.

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David Penn is Editor in Chief of TradingMarkets.com