Oversold conditions, especially in emerging markets and in the Nasdaq, are expected to greet traders as markets begin trading on Monday. Find out which ETFs are pulling back and which are breaking out to new overbought highs in today’s 7 ETFs You Need to Know.
India-based exchange-traded funds are among the most oversold heading into trading on Monday. Find out what other ETFs are pulling back from recently overbought conditions in today’s edition of 7 ETFs You Need to Know.
Here’s a look at a BattlePan trade in the SPY, which after a few days of pulling back, picked up a gain of more than 2%.
When markets are making one-way moves to the upside, some of the biggest edges for high probability short-term traders can be found in leveraged and inverse leveraged exchange-traded funds that have become extremely overbought or oversold. Here are 7 ETFs (leveraged/inverse leveraged pairs) you need to know.
What can a trader do when markets go on one-way runs? The key is to stick with the plan, says Larry Connors. Learn the concrete strategy Larry uses when markets are making these one-way runs.
Everyone is looking for an edge in the marketplace. In Larry Connors’ opinion, they exist, especially over the short term. Here are a few tips to identifying when to enter with an edge and, most importantly, when to exit.
The question of whether or not bonds are “in a bubble” has made frequent appearances in the financial news headlines. And what about gold ETFs? Here’s a look at some of the most overbought markets in exchange-traded funds.
Among the highest rated exchange-traded funds in our database are a pair of ETFs representing emerging markets. See what other ETFs made the list for the next 5 days.
With Thursday’s sell-off, the number of ETFs trading in oversold territory above the 200-day moving average has grown going into trading on Friday. These oversold ETFs include potential opportunities in country funds like the EWD and sector funds like the VNQ.
Traders following Larry Connors’ Daily Battle Plan are locking in larger gains, even in volatile markets. Take a look at this modest trade in the QQQQ, which is a prime example of why traders using the Daily Battle Plan are able to achieve high-win rate/high-accuracy rates with minimal drawdowns.