Today’s 7 ETFs column takes a look at some of the most overbought markets in exchange-traded funds, with an eye toward those sectors that are trading above their 200-day moving averages and are due, if not overdue, for a short-term pullback.
Typical of the oversold market going into trading on Wednesday are the oversold markets in PFF and SHY. Here’s a closer look at these and other funds to keep an eye on for Wednesday’s trading.
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Traders looking for edges in exchange-traded funds may want to spend some time looking at those funds representing small cap stocks. IJS, VB and UWM are among our 7 ETFs for Tuesday.
Real estate and REIT-related exchange-traded funds remain among the most oversold by sector heading into trading on Monday. See what other funds made our list of 7 ETFs.
Buyers remain on the offensive when it comes to the QQQQ, which has closed higher above the 200-day for seven straight trading days. Here are 7 ETFs to know for Friday’s trading.
Gold-related ETFs like the GLD and those based on gold and other precious metals mining companies like the GDX are among our 7 ETFs to watch for today. See the complete list and get prepared for Thursday’s trading.
These three country funds have closed in oversold territory ahead of trading on Wednesday. To learn more about these and other funds, take a look at today’s 7 ETFs column.
One of the most overbought ETFs in our database is also among the most widely-traded. See our list to find out more about this and other funds for Tuesday’s trading.
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