Last week, High probability traders paid close attention to the increasingly overbought condition of a number of widely-traded exchange-traded funds (ETFs), which traded below the 200-day moving average. Here’s a look back at a few of those opportunities.
Opportunities on the short side are looking significantly more numerous. Here’s a look at some of these stocks that may provide opportunities for short term traders over the balance of the next few days.
Whether it is trading above the 200-day moving average or below it, here are some strategies to always remain on the right side of the market.
These trio of ETFs are the funds that short term traders using PowerRatings should focus on when looking for markets to sell short on this first trading week of June.
When it comes to markets falling below their 200-day moving averages, traders should keep in mind these high probability trading strategies, which have been well-rewarded with high win-rates and milder drawdowns.
If you’re looking for the right kind of tools to help deal with the uncertainty of modern markets, then Stock, ETF and Leveraged ETF PowerRatings may provide the first step in the right direction. See what 10-rated stocks and ETFs are rallying into strength on Thursday.
Why avoid trading near the 200-day moving average? And why should high probability trades look to the end of the month for opportunities to take advantage of a real, quantified, short term edge? Today’s report touches on a couple of points that high probability traders should keep in mind over the next few days.
Whether or not severely oversold conditions will result in a near-term bounce, PowerRatings continue to provide a framework for short term traders when volatility and emotion run high.
With a growing number of stocks and exchange-traded funds (ETFs) moving below their 200-day moving averages, more high probability traders are looking to the short side of the market for potential opportunities. Here are few opportunities short-selling traders should add to their lists.
Ultimate PowerRatings can provide a quantified, statistically-based way for short term traders to bet against stocks and ETFs. Here are a few rules of the road to ensure that the quantified edges of Ultimate PowerRatings are on your side.