Buyers were most aggressive in the energy and materials sectors, sending the ^DIG^ higher by nearly 6% late in trading on Monday. After several days in oversold territory above the 200-day moving average, the ^UYM^ gained nearly 8%.
Among the very oversold country ETFs, many of which have been our highest ETF PowerRatings funds in recent days, shares of the ^EWZ^ gained well over 4% after closing in oversold territory for the past eight consecutive sessions.
Here are 7 ETFs You Need to Know for Tuesday
Which ETFs still have top ETF PowerRatings going into Tuesday’s trading? Among country funds, high probability traders will have their eyes on ETFs like the ^IEV^ and the ^EWA^. Both funds earned ETF PowerRatings of 9 as of the close on Monday.
One of a sizable number of 10-rated funds as of the end of the week, the ^ILF^ soared on Monday, gaining more than 3% on the day
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Relative to the S&P 500 and Dow-based exchange-traded funds, the ^QQQQ^ underperformed on Monday, gaining less than 1%, its rally falling well short of its 5-day moving average.
Rallying back into overbought status below the 200-day moving average was the ^UNG^. The last time the fund was this overbought below the 200-day was just over a week ago, immediately before a sell-off that took the fund down by more than 10%.
The most oversold ETF in our database ahead of trading on Tuesday? The ^HYG^ closed on Monday with a 2-period RSI of 2.00.
Closing at its lowest levels in several days was the ^VXX^, which bounded higher as markets sold off in the second half of January.