ETFs that rise or drop over consecutive days in a row have shown a very strong tendency to revert in the short-term. In our quantified strategy guidebook High Probability Trading with Multiple Up & Down Days, we’ve developed a reliable system for successfully trading ETFs exhibiting this type of behavior. Through investigating how ETFs have… [Read More]
Securities that rise or fall multiple days in a row tend to reverse a high percentage of the time (oftentimes over 80% of the time).
Larry Connors’ Daily Battle Plan has now posted 17 consecutive winning trades throughout 2013 in the ETF Model Portfolio, extending the successive winning streak that began back in September 2012. As of today Larry Connors’ Daily Battle Plan has secured 24 winning trades in a row since the streak began. Below are the total trade… [Read More]
Exchange Traded Products (ETFs) are amongst the most popular trading vehicles for traders. One of the best performing trading strategies for trading ETFs is “scaling into” an ETF. What does scaling in mean? It means that instead of buying an entire position, especially when it’s oversold, a trader buys a smaller piece to start. If… [Read More]