ETFs continued to drift into oversold territory Thursday, leaving sectors like the Basic Materials heavily oversold after the iShares Dow Jones U.S. Basic Materials Index Fund ETF, IYM was hit with a 4% pullback.
The final week of 2009 is going out with a bang – especially for those ETF PowerRatings traders who have been keeping an eye on top rated exchange-traded funds. Find out which of these funds were big winners over the past few days.
When looking for the best stocks and exchange-traded funds (ETFs) to trade each day, be sure to keep these rules and resolutions in mind and you’ll have some of the biggest quantified short term edges on your side every time.
We’re often asked why we focus on top rated exchange-traded funds – especially those ETFs that have earned ETF PowerRatings of 10 – when it comes to making high probability ETF trades in the short-term. Here’s our answer.
Learn more about the power of scaling-in and how scaling-in can help improve your short-term, ETF trading and potentially boost returns significantly.
Today is your last chance to register for the New Year’s 2010 Swing Trading College before the first class starts tonight, Monday January 4th at 4:30 p.m. EST. Click here to learn more.
Do I buy an an 8-rated ETF? Do I wait for a 9? Is it worth it to hold out for the 10s? Lean how ETF PowerRatings can help you find not only the best ETF funds to trade daily, but also what funds to consider buying and what to avoid.
For traders who use Japanese candlesticks, things look a little different when ETF PowerRatings are added to the picture. Take a look at how ETF PowerRatings can help locate what sort of short-term edges those black candlesticks may be hiding.
Here’s how the 200-day or even 5-day moving averages can help short-term, high probability ETF traders to gain a trading edge.
In the same way that there are a variety of strategies to take a trade on an ETF after it has pulled back, there are also a number of strategies to properly exit an ETF trade. Here’s a look at two quantified methods for short term traders.