Few Trading Opportunities for Monday Indicate a Volatile Week Could Lie Ahead

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This week is starting with few trading opportunities. Using PowerRatings, no stocks in the S&P 500 index are on buy signals with a PowerRatings of 8 or higher and only 21 (4.2%) are on sell signals with a PowerRatings of 3 or lower. Periods of low volatility are often followed by spikes in volatility and [Read More]

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Trading the Good China

Whether you are looking at individual stocks or hedging out single stock risk with exchange-traded funds, worries about the Chinese economy may be creating opportunities in equities.

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.

Buying China, Selling China

Selling in Chinese ETFs could represent different types of opportunities for different types of traders.

3 Overbought China Funds for Active Investors

With good news driving the prices of Chinese stocks higher and deeper into overbought territory, when will traders say “when”?

Big Pullbacks in China, Crude Oil Trades Sideways, Silver Heads Higher: 7 ETFs You Need to Know for Friday

Sellers are active in shares of Chinese ETFs like the FXI and the HAO on the final trading day of the week. Find out what other funds are pulling back and which are breaking out in the latest edition of 7 ETFs You Need to Know.

ETF Trading with Ultimate PowerRatings: Indian Equities and Chinese Small Caps (PIN, INP, HAO, EPI, EWY)

Country funds dominate the highest ranks of our top-rated ETFs for Tuesday with three of these highest rated ETFs representing stocks from BRIC member, India. See why these country funds are the first choice for high probability, short term traders trading exchange-traded funds using PowerRatings.

TradingMarkets 7 ETFs You Need to Know for Tuesday

U.S. markets are back in overbought territory with Energy-based ETFs like the Direxion Energy Bull 3x Shares ETF closing overbought for a fifth straight day above the 200-day moving average.

TradingMarkets 7 ETFs You Need to Know for Friday

Sellers were most aggressive in the technology sector, helping make the PowerShares QQQ ETF, QQQQ one of the bigger decliners among major equity index ETFs.

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