What does it mean to rely on an ETF trading strategy or ETF trading system that is “robust”? And why are “robust” trading systems the preferred choice of professional traders? TradingMarkets Editor in Chief David Penn explains.
After several days of overbought conditions, a number of exchange-traded funds (ETFs) have experienced some modest profit-taking. Here’s a look at some exchange-traded funds that have become oversold above the 200-day as the trading week begins.
Trading top rated inverse leveraged ETFs is one of the best ways for high probability traders to take advantage of situations when markets are running away to the upside as they have been for the past several days. Here are 5 funds for the next 5 days.
Here are some of the inverse leveraged ETFs that high probability traders should put on their watchlists for the next few days. Given the already overbought condition of the broader market, traders should not be surprised if many of these inverse leveraged ETFs begin their reversals to the upside sooner than many expect.
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.
There is an easy way to gauge the performance of your ETFs, learn it so you can take the guesswork out of your trading.
Would you like to trade an exchange traded fund (ETF) that can help you double up on your profits? Then take a closer look into these ProShares Ultra ETFs.
In the past, we looked at how to bring in income from ETFs with covered calls, credit spreads, and ratio spreads. Today, Larry Connors looks at how to bring in income when ETFs are moving sideways with the use of Iron Condors.
In part 2 of this trading lesson, Larry Connors shows you a more aggressive and potentially even more profitable way to trade spreads in order to bring in additional income from ETFs.
The volatility seen in stocks over the past year shows that rule number six is equally applicable for traders looking to minimize corporate risk.