Yesterday I wrote ”A healthy 1-2 day global sell-off is what the market needs right here and it will then provide some very good leveraged ETF buy set-ups heading into the weekend.” This is in fact what happened and please see the Leveraged ETF section for today’s buying opportunities. Have a great weekend! Receive high… [Read More]
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With sellers already aggressively selling basic materials, there is growing weakness and selling in financials as well. Read more in today’s edition of 7 ETFs You Need to Know for Today.
With the major equity index ETFs pulling back for a fourth day in a row, today’s 7 ETFs You Need to Know highlights a number of funds trading in neutral territory that could soon be oversold on any significant selling over the next few days.
Heading into trading on Friday, traders will also find increasingly oversold conditions in a number of commodity-based ETFs. Here are 7 ETFs You Need to Know for Friday.
Heading into trading on Thursday, there is no sector more oversold than the energy sector as traders take profits from a group that has been among the better performing groups in the stock market. Read more in Thursday’s edition of 7 ETFs You Need to Know.
In addition to the selling in semiconductors, technology more broadly has been in pullback mode. See which other funds are pulling back and which are on the bounce in today’s 7 ETFs You Need to Know.
Traders and investors interested in Indian ETFs may find them available at lower prices over the next few days due to their currently extreme overbought status. See what other funds are on our list of 7 ETFs You Need to Know for Monday.
Oversold conditions and ETFs that are pulling back have become more difficult to find as buyers pushed the markets higher into the end of the month and the end of the quarter. Here’s what traders should be on the lookout for in today’s session.
Commodity based ETFs are among the few in oversold territory heading into trading on Thursday. But with sellers beginning to emerge early in the session, traders should be on the alert for additional weakness in other previously neutral markets.