Among our highest rated PowerRatings stocks and ETFs, some of the best performances of the week just ended were to be found in inverse commodity funds like ERY and GLL.
Even conservative traders can use PowerRatings to take advantage of opportunities to make money in the markets during market sell-offs. Here are three easy ways conservative traders used a PowerRatings to trade the selling in tech.
Traders using PowerRatings to help find the best stocks and ETFs to trade every day were again rewarded as top-rated funds from the ERX to the QQQQ rallied into strength on Monday.
Short term traders using PowerRatings to help them find the best stocks – and exchange-traded funds – to trade everyday, should take a look at these top rated stocks and ETFs, which are among the big gainers for the week.
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Even good trading strategies experience runs of losses; however, this risk can be minimized by proper position sizing. Richard Miller explains how you can use position sizing to meet this and other objectives.
Ultimate PowerRatings helps short term traders of stocks, exchange-traded funds (ETFs) and leveraged ETFs spot high probability opportunities in the markets every day. With all three PowerRatings in one place, finding the best edges in those stocks and ETFs that are most likely to move higher in the short term has never been easier.
Learn the three steps to finding a company most likely to drop over the next 5 trading days. They work when the market’s rising or falling, and they’re simpler than you might think.
The aggressive selling at midweek created the deepest pullbacks in sectors like energy and basic materials. The ProShares Ultra Oil & Gas ETF, DIG and the Basic Materials Select Sector SPDRS ETF, XLB both moved lower into oversold territory above the 200-day moving average.
The first day of the shortened holiday week has come to a close, leaving a bullish streak behind in numerous sectors including the health care industry which saw a 2% increase on the day in the Vanguard Health Care ETF, VHT.