Looking for a sector to credit for the current rally in the markets? Look no farther than technology. Here’s a look at some of these technology-based exchange-traded funds and stocks that are soaring into overbought territory below the 200-day moving average.
The race to the 200-day continues, as more and more exchange-traded funds (ETFs) that had been trading below the 200-day are climbing higher and higher – and deeper into overbought territory. Take a look at these examples.
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Continued overbought conditions in the U.S. are helping a variety of leveraged exchange-traded funds earn significant PowerRatings upgrades as the trading week begins. Traders looking for the best ETFs to trade everyday should turn their attention to this market insofar as it currently posses some of the biggest edges in the market.
In today’s’ report, we take a look at one sector – financials – that has more than their fair share of low rated funds and which may be a good place to look for potential set-ups over the next few days.
The strong – and very overdue – rally on midweek was a welcome sight to many traders. But perhaps not for the reasons you might think. As of Wednesday’s close, the number of ETFs in overbought territory below the 200-day moving average soared. Here’s a look at three such funds.
With the most recent mini-bounce, many high probability traders have begun to turn their attentions toward the short side of the market. Here are five such stocks that traders may want to keep on their watchlists over the next few days.
Here’s good news from TradingMarkets – we are bringing back our Most Overbought/Most Oversold ETFs as a weekly column. Check out today’s highlight of most overbought and oversold ETF funds.
For traders who are looking for markets with edges that may be taken advantage of, these oversold blue chip stocks above the 200-day may be worth a look.
From radically oversold markets to funds that may have moved “too far too fast” to the upside, these five exchange-traded funds are among the ones to watch over the next few days.