Trying to find the best opportunities to trade in a bull market? Here are a few pullback strategies we’ve taught over the years that can be applied to ETFs and momentum stocks.
How can short term traders make ETFs part of their daily trading strategies? Here are a few opportunities that ETFs can offer traders, as well as, ways to actually trade 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.
Long-time TradingMarkets regular Dave Goodboy provides a basic understanding of Exchange Traded Notes and explains the differences between ETNs and ETFs so that traders can choose which exchange traded product fits their investment criteria.
Long-time TradingMarkets regular David Goodboy takes a deeper look at the difference between closed end funds and exchange traded funds.
January is typically a good month to find lower stock prices as traders sell off in a hurry to minimize personal tax levies, but this year could prove to be exceptionally beneficial.
The sky is almost the limit when it comes to new alternatives for investors. With new flexibility offered by exchange traded funds, knowledgeable investors have more opportunities than ever to seek profits during market declines.
In this article, John Nyaradi shares his 8 reasons for trading exchange traded funds and what they can do for your portfolio.
In this article, Toni Turner talks about the two types of popular inverse ETFs and how you can utilize them as 1) pure profit plays, and 2) to hedge your current long positions.