Trading Opportunities Increasing as Stocks Struggle Near Highs

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Major stock market indexes have stalled after reaching new highs last week. The recent weakness has led to an increased number of stocks and ETFs that are meeting the buy conditions defined in quantified, high-probability trading strategies. At the close yesterday, ten ETFs were buys under the RSI25 strategy detailed in High Probability ETF Trading: [Read More]

Weak Economic Data in China Leads to Stock Market Pullback in South Korea

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Weakness in China’s economy could lead to a slowdown in South Korea. Moody’s Investor Service warned investors on Thursday that the largest risks to the South Korean economy are slow growth in China and high levels of household debt in Korea. Neither problem appears to be a major concern in the short-term but South Korean [Read More]

Emerging Markets Oversold After Goldman, JP Morgan and Morgan Stanley Downgrades

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According to Bloomberg, major Wall Street firms are bearish on emerging markets. Their bearishness extends to equities, fixed income markets and currencies. Bloomberg reported, “Goldman Sachs Group Inc. recommends investors cut allocations in developing nations by a third, forecasting “significant underperformance” for stocks, bonds and currencies over the next 10 years. JPMorgan Chase & Co. [Read More]

Bernanke Rescues Markets Again?

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SPDR S&P 500 ETF (NYSE: SPY) closed down for a second day in a row yesterday. After the close, Fed Chairman Ben Bernanke gave a speech and assured traders once again that the Fed would maintain an easy money policy for an extended period of time. Last summer, Bernanke sparked a short-term selloff in the [Read More]

Big Trouble in Latin America as Leading Funds Turn Lower

Trading in or near short-term oversold territory, here are a trio of country fund ETFs that high probability traders may want to keep an eye on over the next few days.

Buying the Selling in Korea, Hong Kong and Japan

Three-day pullbacks in Asia ex-China have resulted in a powerful, short-term rally in the second half of the week.

Asian ETFs and Another Shot at The China Trade

Additional selling could provide the first opportunity to buy high quality pullbacks in Asian ETFs.

Up Jumps Asia

Is recent strength in emerging markets limited to Asia or will Latin American funds rally also?

Is the Sun Setting on Asia ETFs?

The New Year’s rally has pushed a number of major Asia funds into overbought territory heading into midweek.

Are Asian ETFs Irresistibly Overbought?

DataTrader: Trading in bear market territory since early August, ETFs representing Asian nations like Taiwan and South Korea have sold-off after every rally. Will the current bounce prove any different?

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