Category Archives: ETF’s

RightView Trading Calling A Top On “Off The Charts”

RightView Trading was featured once again, on the “Off The Charts” segment of Mad Money tonight. Jim Cramer and his team always do a fantastic job of bringing the two dimensional pictographs to life. We greatly appreciate their work. Tonight’s piece was a follow-up to a February segment where we examined the broader market averages.… Read More »

Bullish Morningstar Reversal Pattern On The SPY Chart Suggests Retest Of Recent Highs

Thursday on Twitter we pondered the possibility that a bullish morningstar reversal pattern could be forming on the $SPY daily chart. The only piece of the pattern missing was the third and final large bodied up-day candle. That was exactly what we got at the end of Friday’s strong session, with the formation of a… Read More »

Investor Concern Replacing Complacency – Reversal Pattern On The Volatility Chart

The iPath Short-Term Futures ETN (VXX) tracks an index with exposure to futures contracts on the CBOE Volatility Index with average 1-month maturity. It resets daily so traders should use it as a short term and not a long term trading vehicle. That said, a bullish morningstar reversal pattern has developed on the VXX weekly… Read More »

Prepare For The Bond Implosion Now With This ETF

Bond yields continue to reflect a risk-off environment. It has been that way for a long time but when that docile dynamic starts to reverse, it could accelerate quickly. Traders should be prepared to profit from the machinations of the “bond vigilantes,” and higher yields. Jeffrey Gundlach, of DoubleLine Capital has been warning about corporate… Read More »

Market Revisits The November/December Highs: Supply And Demand Battle To Begin

The major market indices are back to where they were before the alarming December decline and the euphoric December rally. It is important to understand what this means from a supply and demand perspective. Those traders who held long positions through this four month roller coaster ride may be very happy to have recovered their… Read More »