ETF Trends
ETF Trends

Today’s performance notwithstanding, the markets have been showing some signs of life lately, and a number of exchange traded funds (ETFs) have moved above their 50-day moving averages.

We have noticed a number of opportunities out there for investors. You can keep track of funds and where they are relative to their trend lines on a daily basis using our powerful ETF Analyzer. This is the only place you will be able to find easily sortable 50-day and 200-day moving average information, and it’s the best way to determine where the trends are.

Here’s how to use it to your advantage:

You’ll notice just above the first ETF listed are categories: symbol, name, previous close, and so on. Toward the right-hand side of the screen, notice EMA 50 and EMA 200. These two columns tell you how far above or below its 50-day and 200-day moving average a fund is. You can sort all of the ETFs in our analyzer by any category you choose – just click on the category name.

Click here to see a page with ETFs sorted by their 50-day moving average from top to bottom.

Back in October, we noted the importance of being ready for a rebound in the markets. What this means is that we need to be armed and ready to go with a set strategy, because when the markets start moving up investors won’t want to miss any of the potential returns it could generate.

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