Are markets around the world becoming somewhat less correlated? This is might be a welcome development, insofar as it means that there will likely be a broader array of oversold ETFs for traders to choose from – especially in otherwise, one-way, runaway markets like the one we are currently in. Here are 3 exchange-traded funds to take a look at today.
With the stock market rising, investors, no doubt want to climb on board the bull run. However, this does make it more complicated for high probability traders looking for pullbacks on an end of day basis. Here are a few suggesting strategies for traders who are looking to take this route.
A number of exchange-traded funds representing stock markets in India, Asia and the semiconductors have made our top ETF PowerRatings list for Tuesday. Here are three – all of which have ETF PowerRatings of 8.
Among the very few exchange-traded funds that are oversold above the 200-day moving average going into trading on Monday, a number of these ETFs are oil or commodity-related.
What do high probability traders who buy exchange-traded funds on pullbacks trade when those exchange-traded funds dont pull back? This is the question that many high probability traders have been dealing with over the past several days. Here are a few options.
Here are three ETFs , which have moved into oversold territory and should be among those high probability traders are monitoring especially if we get the profit-taking and selling that is likely just around the corner.
For ETF traders looking for opportunities to trade in a market that is running away to the upside, these three leveraged exchange-traded funds – all of which have earned high Leveraged ETF PowerRatings – may be just what you are looking for.
For Tuesday’s trading, one place where high probability traders may want to look for markets that have already become oversold is the gold patch. Take a look at this trio of gold-related funds.
What’s the game plan for the second week of trading in March? Here are a few potential opportunities in the leveraged ETF market to keep an eye on over the next few days – opportunities made all the more easy to spot using our new Leveraged ETF PowerRatings.
If you have been looking for ways to trade leveraged ETFs – from the SSO to the FAS – using quantified, backtested trading strategies, then learn more about what Leveraged ETF PowerRatings can do for you and your trading.