New to PowerRatings or looking for stocks that are likely to outperform the average stock over the next few days? Our “5 PowerRatings Stocks for the Next 5 Days” column is a great place to start! Find out what stocks made our list and what Stock PowerRatings can do for you and your trading.
Here’s a look at a few inverse leveraged, commodity-based exchange-traded funds that have earned our highest PowerRatings, including shares of SCO with a top PowerRating of 10. Read more about the other ETFs on our list.
Traders who took long positions in the very oversold QQQQ at the beginning of the month were able to take profits in the trade just one day later as the ETF soared higher. This is what the high probability trading of Larry Connors’ Daily Battle Plan is all about: being in the right place at the right time with the right strategy.
On Tuesday, the number of stocks earning PowerRatings of 9 or 10 has increased significantly. But before taking immediate positions in any of these top-rated stocks, here’s more information on how to use limit orders to potentially increase your gains.
Here are some of the exchange-traded funds that high probability traders will be keeping an eye on over the next few days. This includes the PowerShares QQQ Trust ETF or QQQQ, as well as its leveraged cousin, the ProShares UltraShort QQQ.
Using a classic line from the TV show Seinfeld, Gary Kaltbaum outlines how he believes the government should operate. Plus read his views on where the market will possibly head next.
Here are a few leveraged ETFs that have earned top Leveraged ETF ratings, and which, high probability traders certainly should be keeping an eye on over the next five days.
If you’re feeling more confident about buying stocks for a trade, then keep this one trading rule in mind: buy the market after it’s dropped – not after it’s risen. David Penn explains why.
Learn more about The Machine and its brand new feature, the Strategy Selector. This group of new users did and here’s what these future quants learned.
High probability traders looking for markets that have become oversold above the 200-day moving average in recent days may not need to look any further than the gold patch. Check out these oversold gold exchange-traded funds.