If you are trading technology, then these three exchange-traded funds are worth getting to know sooner than later.
Big Weekly Winners Leveraged short ETFs representing both technology and China provided some of the biggest gains last week for traders and active investors using PowerRatings.
Inverse leveraged technology funds may be a way for short term traders to take advantage of overextended conditions in the tech sector. Here are three ETFs for traders and active investors to keep an eye on over the next few days.
Want to know the inverse of the SPY, or how to bet against an overbought rally in a sector? Today’s 7 ETFs You Need to Know features some of the most widely-traded inverse exchange-traded funds for traders looking for more ways to take advantage of overbought and oversold conditions in the market.
In today’s report we’ll look at a pair of leveraged gold ETFs, as well as a set of technology-related funds that traders may want to keep their eyes on over the next few days.
Trading top rated inverse leveraged ETFs is one of the best ways for high probability traders to take advantage of situations when markets are running away to the upside as they have been for the past several days. Here are 5 funds for the next 5 days.
Technology ruled the day’s modest market movement, with Apples planned weekend launch of the iPad and news of their fourth generation iPhone, compatible with AT&T as well as Verizon. Other sectors weren’t so well-off, leaving ETFs like the ProShares UltraShort Semiconductor ETF, SSG deep in oversold territory at the close.
Technology sector ETFs sold at the most aggressive levels during Wednesday’s trading. Among them the ProShares UltraShort Technology ETF, REW was a big gainer.
Sideways trading on Thursday followed Wednesday’s strong rally, leaving equity indexes and commodities in overbought territory. See what exchange-traded funds are particularly noteworthy for Friday’s trading.
The following ETFs, including ProShares UltraShort Utilities ETF, SDP are the most overbought for Thursday and due for a short term reversal.