A stall in crude oil’s sharp rally has sent a variety of oil ETFs headed toward the sales shelf.
From hospitals to health care plans, stocks pulling back from long- and intermediate-term highs often provide excellent trading opportunities for informed investors.
In the near-term, are bond ETFs really an active investors best bet?
Not all that is Nasdaq is overbought. Here are three stocks that have earned top ratings heading into the final trading day of the month.
Profit-taking has helped make manufacturing stocks among the more oversold stocks in the industrial sector. And there may be more weakness to follow.
Profit-taking in the dining business may be providing short-term trading opportunities over the next few days.
With the Dow transports pulling back, the bargins in oversold airlines stocks may be hard to beat.
Will profit-taking ahead of Dollar Tree’s quarterly earnings announcement anticipate even greater selling in the days afterward?
Profit-taking in REIT funds is turning short-term consolidations into more potentially more meaningful, short-term corrections.
Inverse leveraged or “bear market” ETFs provide a way to trade short-term edges in runaway markets.