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  • Slow And Steady

    When equities continue to rally while breadth and volume wane and the MACD momentum bars remain south of their demarcation line, it's best to stay out of this game and let someone else be the hero and chase tiny gains in a sideways-moving market.

    There is a lack of enthusiasm for this rally out there, which shows that market participants don't trust this thing which is being fuelled by the tail-end of the Fed's efforts to taper its easy-money QE programs. All of which makes for a bad entry point to buy this market at the current price. At least that is the way the Nay-Sayers out there see it.

    They point to ETF and mutual funds which saw over a billion dollars worth in outflows this quarter, while bonds received over 30 billion dollars in new money. Over the past couple of months there has been an increase of money-flows out of stocks and back into bonds, as skepticism toward U.S. equities has extended from individuals to institutions. Global money managers raised their cash-holdings to a two-year high which caused the trading volume in the S&P 500 sectors to sink to the lowest level since before this bull market began in March 2009.

    Wall Street has been floating along in an uneasy calm near zero momentum to either side, which an increasing number of market strategist perceive as a looming threat to a volatile selloff.

    But since this market is set to spring either way, how about a looming surge to the upside?

    When you check this [SPX] weekly chart you'll note that yes, this index advanced ever since the beginning of last year, while being well supported by its exceedingly bullish Moving-Average configuration [green line below the red line] and a positive RSI strength indicator which spent most of that time in its bullish territory.

    But then note that since the beginning of this year the MACD momentum bars were hanging from their demarcation line into bearish territory, and that spells doom for any seemingly sustained market advance. But there is hope!

    Did you notice that the last entry of a MACD momentum bar is at the top of the demarcation line? If more bars follow, expect this rally to gain strength for reaching higher highs in the months ahead.

    Meanwhile, slow and steady is making headway for this market.

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    NASDAQ [NDX] and the small-caps [SML] are signaling that the bulls are on the way back and ready to put the market on track to higher highs for the sixth year in a row. Relative weakness in these two indexes between February and May has held the overall market back from gaining any meaningful momentum to the upside. But that is about to change.

    Note that while both indexes were rallying with the support of their respective MA lines configurations [green line below the red] and RSI strength indicators in bullish territories, the MACD momentum bars remained stuck in their respective bearish territories and are still causing a drag on the overall market. But now these bars are poised to rise back above the demarcation line, which will spark renewed upside momentum which has been lagging lately.

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    Since last May the commodity market [DBC] has been consolidating and now that at long last its MA lines configuration has turned bullish again [green line below the red] expect commodities generally to join this market's rally.

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    When you check these Troika charts, you'll note that the two bull components [RSP] and [SPXL] show no letup in their bullish romp to higher highs. In fact, have reached bubble territory and are in need of an urgent pullback and some consolidation. That would put the market on track for further rallies down the road.

    Meanwhile, the bear component of this Troika [SPXS] remains totally comatose with its MA lines configuration sharply negative. For as long as that is the case, the bear has no chance to bring this market down in a meaningful correction.

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    Stuck at the bottom of a deep pit, [GOLD] continues to struggle to see daylight again.

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    Oil [WTIC] remains in a consolidation mode. With its MA configuration totally neutral as the green and red lines are stuck together, oil is in no condition to move decisively into the bull's or bear's camp.

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    Here are some favored ETFs to keep at the ready for when the market comes your way.

    Leveraged Bull-ETFs:

    NASDAQ 100, 2x (NYSEARCA:QLD), EAFE 2x (NYSEARCA:EFO), DOW 30, 2x (NYSEARCA:DDM), Developed Markets 3x (NYSEARCA:DZK), S&P 500, 3x (NYSEARCA:UPRO), DOW 30, 3x (UPRO), NASDAQ 100, 3x (NASDAQ:TQQQ), S&P 500, 2x (NYSEARCA:SSO), Financials 2x (NYSEARCA:UYG), S&P 500, 3x (NYSEARCA:SPXL), Regional Banks 2x (NYSEARCA:KRU), Energy 3x (NYSEARCA:ERX), Biotech 2x (NASDAQ:BIB), Russell 2000, 3x (NYSEARCA:URTY), Small-Caps 3x (NYSEARCA:TNA), Mid-Caps 3x (NYSEARCA:MIDU), Semis 3x (NYSEARCA:SOXL), India 3x (NYSEARCA:INDL), Retail 3x (NYSEARCA:RETL), Industrials 2x (NYSEARCA:UXI), Health-Care 2x (NYSEARCA:RXL), Emerging Markets 2x (NYSEARCA:EET), Small-Caps 2x (NYSEARCA:SAA), Consumer Services 2x (NYSEARCA:UCC).

    Non-Leveraged Long ETFs:

    Mid-Caps (NYSEARCA:IWP), EAFE (NYSEARCA:EFA), NASDAQ (QQQQ), Industrials (TYJ), Discretionary (NYSEARCA:XLY), Oil-Services (NYSEARCA:OIH), Biotech (NYSEARCA:XBI), S&P 500 (NYSEARCA:IVV), Home-Construction (NYSEARCA:ITB), India (NYSEARCA:SCIF), Small-Caps (NYSEARCA:RZG), Materials (NYSEARCA:XLB), Energy (NYSEARCA:XLE), Semis (S0XX), Russell 2000 (NASDAQ:VTWO), India (BATS:INDA), Transports (NYSEARCA:XTN), Financials (NYSEARCA:IYF), Health-Care (TH),

    Leveraged-Bear ETFs:

    Mid-Caps 3x (NYSEARCA:MIDZ), Semis 3x (NYSEARCA:SOXS), Oil 2x (NYSEARCA:SCO), Technology 3x (NYSEARCA:TECS), Small-Caps 3x (NYSEARCA:TZA), Energy 2x (NYSEARCA:DUG), Financials 3x (NYSEARCA:FAZ), S&P100, 3x (NASDAQ:SQQQ), Materials 2x (NYSEARCA:SMN), Industrials 2x (NYSEARCA:SIJ), S&P 500, 3x (NYSEARCA:SPXU).

    Non-Leveraged Short ETFs:

    Emerging Markets (NYSEARCA:EUM), Russell 2000 (NYSEARCA:RWM), Financials (NYSEARCA:SEF), S&P 500 (NYSEARCA:SH), Small-Caps (NYSEARCA:SBB), DOW 30, (NYSEARCA:DOG), Equity-Bear (HDGF), S&P 100 (NYSEARCA:PSQ), Oil & Gas (NYSEARCA:DDG).

    GOOD LUCK!

    Jun 10 8:33 AM | Link | Comment!
  • Timing Is Everything.

    Last week, a couple of big-guns in the investment industry came out with some dire predictions. As Merrill Lynch has it, there will be a sharp "melt-up" in the market this summer, only to be followed by a deep "melt-down" correction in the fall.

    How did they come to this conclusion? Fact is that nobody knows what the market will do tomorrow, leave alone a few months from now and that includes Merrill Lynch. Sure, with enough practice and some insights one can take an educated guess one way or the other, and that how the market's bulls and bears are being created. Meanwhile, the market has this nasty habit of doing nothing or just do the opposite of what is expected of it.

    Then there is BlackRock, the world's largest asset manager proclaiming that leverage bull and bear ETFs are set to blow up the ETF industry. Are they saying that the tail will wag the dog?

    ETFs are nothing more but the shadows of the underlying indexes. Get the direction of the index right, and the appropriate ETF will follow. Sure, with leveraged bull and bear ETFs these shadows can stretch too far too fast in either direction, and this is why the greedy in this game get hammered. Refusing to take profits because more of the same appears to lie ahead, is the biggest and most frequent mistake an ETF trader can make.

    Traders like that fear that if they are not in the market they'll miss the next leg up. Yet, not to be in the market but to just watch and wait for the right "setup" to show up, is often the best strategy to use. The key to successful ETF trading is ability to recognize a high-probability setup by the market and specific index, and then to pull the trigger and go all out.

    While 2013 was mostly a banner year for ETF trades, so far 2014 has been a whipsaw market best to stay out of and let someone else risk dollars in order to gain pennies. But things appear to be changing in favor of the bulls and the long wait for the right market-setup during the first half of this year could soon be over and happy "trigger-time" here again.

    Check the S&P benchmark index [SPX] and note that at the beginning of May its Moving-Average configuration was totally neutral with the red and green lines clinging together. This is the kind of situation where the market can slip either way, and slip violently. Sure, the market did slip but then snapped back while the SPX was forming a double bottom, which is a bullish signal most of the time. The MA lines configuration also turned bullish with the green line below the red, while the RSI strength indicator and MACD momentum bars remained in their respective bullish territories.

    So at first glance, trigger-time has arrived although it may take another week or two for the market to confirm it. (click to enlarge)

    Despite a steep nosedive in March and April, NASDAQ [NDX] did not lose its bullish MA lines configuration [green line below the red] the result of which is the strong rally so far this month. But with its MACD momentum bars in bearish territory below the demarcation line, this rally is suspect. But it appears that these bars are about to rise above this line, which would make the day for the bulls. Also, that the RSI strength indicator is solid in its bullish territory is a plus for the market.

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    According to this [CRB] index the commodity market is balancing on a razor's edge. Its MA lines [green and red] configuration is totally neutral, without any bias to go either way. The same is the case with the MACD momentum bars while the RSI strength indicator has slipped into bearish territory. All of this means nail-biting time for the commodity market.

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    Even though this small-cap index [RUT] has snapped off the bottom, for as long as its MACD momentum bars keep hanging deep in bearish territory below the demarcation line, small-caps won't have a chance to rally in any meaningful way. The RSI strength indicator shows little inclination to move one way or the other, and so it keeps sitting at dead neutral.

    Yet, for this market's rally to kick back into gear, the small-caps need to be out front. To this end, a good omen is the bullish configuration of its MA lines [green line below the red] which could give the small-caps the moxie to lead the next leg of this rally.

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    These tree Troika charts RSP, SPXL and SPXS reflect the bullish bias of this market. After some volatile zigzag sideways moves since early March, the two bull-components of this Troika [RSP] and [SPXL] finally got their act together in early May. Until then, it looked as if the market was losing its grip and plunge to the nether regions. But then, the respective MA lines configurations of these two indexes turned bullish again with the green line below the red, and that caused the market to regain its footing to the upside. Both the respective MACD momentum bars and RSI strength indicators turned bullish as well, and that is providing the lift for a continuous rally.

    Not wanting to spoil this bullish outlook for the market, the bear [SPXS] crawled back into its deep hole at the bottom of a deep pit, and it is anyone's guess how much longer it will remain in hibernation.

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    Then there is this VIX bull, which is the inverse of the VIX fear index. There isn't any, and that has quite few savvy market strategists nervous as they see that as the calm before the storm. It just doesn't feel right and begs the question how come with investors' fear seemingly all gone there is no euphoria, not even investors' enthusiasm for the market?

    Now here could be one of those rare occasions where a sharp selloff could clear the air and be bullish for the bulls.

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    This market forecasting junk-bond canary [JNK] just doesn't appear to get tired of whistling a bullish tune about the market. This index continues to be well supported by its bullish MA lines configuration [green line below the red] and a RSI strength indicator that is sitting right at the top of its bullish territory. Yet, its MACD momentum bars continue to be bearish below the demarcation line as they have been since early March, and that is a concern for the market. It means that something is out of whack with the market that is not apparent right now.

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    The yellow metal [GOLD] remains a basket case, except for the shorts and bear ETFs. Here are a few of them:

    (NASDAQ:DSLV), (NYSEARCA:ZSL), (NYSEARCA:DUST), (NYSEARCA:GLL), (JDST.)

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    OIL [WTIC] is stuck between a bull and a bear. Its MA lines configuration is totally neutral as the red and green MA lines keep sticking together. The MACD momentum bars show no momentum to either side while the RSI strength indicator is sitting close to its neutral line as well. So which way from here for the price of oil is anyone's guess.

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    Records show that sideways moving markets during the firs half of the year have the pleasant habit of breaking upside records during the second half. So here is something to look forward to.

    Just keep in mind that the key to successful ETF trading is ability to wait for and then recognize a high-probability market setup when it appears.

    It looks as if such a setup is close at hand. Just give the market another week or two to confirm it.

    Here are some favored ETFs for when that time comes.

    Leveraged Bull-ETFs:

    DOW 30, 2x (NYSEARCA:DDM), S&P 500, 3x (NYSEARCA:SPXL), Mid-Caps 2x (NYSEARCA:MVV), Mid-Caps 3x (NYSEARCA:MIDU), S&P 500, 2x (NYSEARCA:SSO), Financials 3x (NYSEARCA:FAS), S&P 500, 3x (NYSEARCA:UPRO), Small-Caps 3x (NYSEARCA:TNA), Dow 30, 3x (NYSEARCA:UDOW), Russell 2000, 2x (NYSEARCA:UWM), Russell 2000, 3x (NYSEARCA:URTY), NASDAQ 2x (NYSEARCA:QLD), NASDAQ 3x (NASDAQ:TQQQ), Biotech 2x (NASDAQ:BIB), Regional Banking 2x (NYSEARCA:KRU), Technology 2x (NYSEARCA:ROM), Semis 3x (NYSEARCA:SOXL), Health-Care 3x (NYSEARCA:DRN).

    Non-Leveraged Long ETFs:

    EAFE (NYSEARCA:EFA), Info Tech (NYSEARCA:VGT), NASDAQ 100 (NASDAQ:QQQ), Semis (NYSEARCA:XSD), Transports (NYSEARCA:IYT), Pharma (NYSEARCA:PJP), Small-Caps (NYSEARCA:DFE), Russell 2000 (NASDAQ:VTWV), Materials (NYSEARCA:IYM), Semis (NYSEARCA:SMH), Technology (NASDAQ:QTEC), Industrials (NYSEARCA:IYJ).

    Leveraged Bear-ETFs:

    DOW 30, 2x (NYSEARCA:DXD), Emerging Markets 3x (NYSEARCA:EDZ), Financials 3x (NYSEARCA:FAZ), NASDAQ 2x (NYSEARCA:QID), S&P 500, 2x (NYSEARCA:SDS), DOW 30, 3x (NYSEARCA:SDOW), NASDAQ 3x (NASDAQ:SQQQ), Russell 2000, 3x (NYSEARCA:SRTY), Financials 3x (FAZ), Russell 2000, 3x (NYSEARCA:TZA).

    Non-Leveraged Short ETFs:

    Small-Caps (NYSEARCA:SBB). Emerging Markets (NYSEARCA:EUM), Financials (NYSEARCA:SEF), DOW (NYSEARCA:DOG), Russell 2000 (NYSEARCA:RWM), S&P 500 (NYSEARCA:SH), Mid-Caps (NYSEARCA:MYY), NASDAQ (NYSEARCA:PSQ), Active Bear (NYSEARCA:HDGE).

    GOOD LUCK!

    Jun 02 10:47 AM | Link | Comment!
  • Why Small Caps?

    Because that's where the money is - or at least will be again sometime soon.

    Small-caps [SML] have been selling off so hard that here the upside potential is the greatest. Although small-caps have hit bottom, there are numerous market strategists who are convinced that the small-cap sectors will be out cold for a couple of years at least. As they see it, valuation wise small-caps shot way out of reach, and even though they have corrected sharply, these valuations are still out of whack.

    Besides, there is weakness in corporate earnings, the Fed's QE programs are coming to an end and interest rates are about to rise steadily in the near future. All of this is causing a great amount of volatility among the small-cap indexes, which makes their charts look like road maps to oblivion. What triggered the selloffs in small-caps last January, March and April was that they became stretched to the upside too much and too fast.

    So smart-money took profits of which there was plenty, and the crowd took that as a signal to bail out, and they sure did in a hurry. Consequently, small-caps got stretched again too much too fast, but this time to the downside.

    But when you check this SML index, you'll note that the small-caps are bouncing off the bottom and are gearing up to resume their leadership in the market. Sure, for now the Moving-Average configuration of the SML is still too bearish [green line above the red line] for a sustained rally to kick into gear. But at long last, the MACD momentum bars are attempting to rise above the demarcation line again, and that is a beginning. Also, the SML index has formed a distinct double-bottom, a sign that a rally attempt is in the making.

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    The NASDAQ 100 index [NDX] is a harbinger of what is about to take place with the cyclicals, especially the techs and a broad range of small and mid-cap sectors. This index surged a too hard and may have to do a bit of a consolidating pullback. But with the strong performance of its MACD momentum bars, the NDX is definitely geared to the upside.

    Not only that, the RSI strength indicator is solid in its bullish territory, and the MA lines configuration is about to turn bullish also, as the green line is about to slip below the red.

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    The commodity market [GTX] has been consolidating since early March and appears to be getting set for a rally, which of course would be beneficial to the small and mid-caps in the market. The MA lines configuration of the GTX [green line below the red] continues in a bullish mode as it has been since last February. The RSI strength indicator remains solid in its bullish territory and the MACD momentum bars appear to be set to do the same, all of which would be a bullish scenario for the market as a whole.

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    The recent rally started in March of 2009 when the S&P 500 benchmark ended its steep nosedive at the 666 level. Currently sitting at 1900, this index has come back a long way, but whereto from here?

    So far this year the market has been stuck within a volatile and relatively narrow sideways trading range, where multiple sectors are still engaged in some pretty sharp rotations. But these rotations working like pistons in an engine, could keep this rally and the bull market going for quite some time ahead. But for now, this market needs a breather.

    Check these Troika charts and note that the two bull components [RSP] and [SPXL] have been consolidating since the middle of April, and that is a positive development for the market. The respective MA lines configurations [green lines below the red] are bullish and so are their respective RSI strength indicators. What' still missing are these two indexes' momentum bars above their respective demarcation lines. Once they manage to do that, the market will be able to kick into a sustained rally.

    When checking the bear component of this Troika [SPXS] you'll see why the bulls should have no problems getting such a rally started. The MA lines configuration [green line above the red] is as bearish as it can get. The RSI strength indicator remains in bearish territory and the MACD momentum bars are unable to climb over the demarcation line.

    No wonder this SPXS keeps digging a deep hole at the bottom of a deep pit.

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    This "market forecasting" junk-bond canary [JNK] remains as bullish as it has ever been. Its MA lines configuration continues its bullish mode [green line below the red] and its RSI strength indicator is at the top of the bullish territory as well. But the MACD momentum bars could spoil it all. Sitting tight on the demarcation line they can snap either way, which would determine the direction of the market.

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    The X:X indicator reflects a market with a split personality, for now anyway. Keep in mind that with this thing down is up and up is down as far as the market is concerned. That this index had rallied strongly since early March is still a bearish omen for the market. But it appears that the X:X is in the process of taking a steep nosedive, and that would be bullish. Meanwhile, the MA lines configuration remains strongly bullish [green line below the red] and that is a bearish signal for the market. But note that the RSI strength indicator and MACD momentum bars have slipped into their respective bearish territories, and that is bullish for the market.

    Confused enough?

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    The yellow metal [GOLD] appears to be hanging on to a consolidation mode, even though its MA lines configuration is still bearish [green line above the red.] But with its RSI strength indicator and MACD momentum bars in dead neutral, gold can swing either way.

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    Oil [WTIC] is in an incredible bullish mode. But this index has shot up too far too fast, and is in need of a consolidating pullback. That both the RSI strength indicator and MACD momentum bars are deep into their respective bullish territories is a big positive for the price of oil. But the fat fly in this sweet ointment is the total merger of the green and red MA lines.

    Should the green line rise above the red, the price of oil will come down hard. But should the green line slip below the red, oil will remain in a rally mode.

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    Adding it all up, the VIX-Bull index [SVXY] is signaling bullish markets ahead. The only negative here is that this index became too enthusiastic and blew a RSI bubble at the top of this chart. This thing could burst and cause a temporary pullback in the market, but the primary bias remains to the upside.

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    This rally started in March of 2009 when the S&P 500 ended its steep nosedive at the 666 level. With last Friday's close at 1900, the market came back a long way.

    But whereto from here?

    So far this year, the market has been moving sideways within a relatively narrow and volatile trading range where multiple sectors still are engaged with some pretty wide-swinging rotations. But just the pistons in an engine, these rotations could keep driving the market forward for some time to come.

    But for now, this market still needs a breather and that is a good time to just stay on the sidelines with cash ready, observe and wait.

    Still, here are some favored ETFs for a trader's quiver.

    Leveraged Bull ETFs:

    Regional banking 2x (NYSEARCA:KRU), Technology 2x (NYSEARCA:ROM), Russell 2000, 2x (NYSEARCA:UKK), Consumer Services 2x (NYSEARCA:UCC), Retail 3x (NYSEARCA:RETL), DOW 30, 2x (NYSEARCA:DDM), NASDAQ 100, 2x (NYSEARCA:QLD), Technology 3x (NYSEARCA:TECL), NASDAQ 100, 3x (NASDAQ:TQQQ), Russell 2000, 3x (NYSEARCA:TNA), Real Estate 3x (NYSEARCA:DRN), Russell 2000, 2x (NYSEARCA:UWM), Semis 3x (NYSEARCA:SOXL), Mid-Caps 3x (NYSEARCA:MIDU), S&P 500, 3x (NYSEARCA:SPXL), Mid-Caps 2x (NYSEARCA:MVV), DOW 30, 3x (NYSEARCA:UDOW), Mid-Caps 2x (NYSEARCA:SSO), Financials 2x (NYSEARCA:UYG), S&P 500, 3x (UPROW), Financials 3x (NYSEARCA:FAS), India 3x (NYSEARCA:INDL), Energy 3x (NYSEARCA:ERX), Health Care 3x (DRN), Materials 2x (NYSEARCA:UYM), Algerian 2x (NYSEARCA:MLPL), Biotech 2x (NASDAQ:BIB).

    Non-Leveraged Long ETF:

    India (NYSEARCA:SCIF) (NYSEARCA:INXX) and (NASDAQ:INDY), Semis (NYSEARCA:XSD), Pharma (NYSEARCA:XPH), Transports (NYSEARCA:IYT), Small-Caps Dividend (NYSEARCA:DFE) Oil & Gas Exploration (NYSEARCA:IEO), Pharma (NYSEARCA:PJP), Semis (NYSEARCA:SMH), Technology (NASDAQ:QTEC), Materials (NYSEARCA:IYM), Industrials (NYSEARCA:RGI), Russell 2000(NASDAQ:VTWV), Small Caps (NYSEARCA:IJR), Technology (NYSEARCA:IYW), Small-Caps (NYSEARCA:SLY).

    Leveraged Bear ETFs:

    Nat-Gas 3x (NYSEARCA:DGAZ), Emerging Markets 2x (NYSEARCA:EEV), Oil & Gas 2x (NYSEARCA:DUG), DOW 30, 2x (NYSEARCA:DXD), Materials 2x (NYSEARCA:SMN), Emerging Markets 3x (NYSEARCA:EDZ), S&P 500, 2x (NYSEARCA:SDS), Financials 2x (NYSEARCA:SKF), China 2x (NYSEARCA:FXP), Energy 3x (NYSEARCA:ERY), DOW 30, 3x (NYSEARCA:SDOW), NASDAQ 100, 2x (NYSEARCA:QID), Russell 2000, 2x (NYSEARCA:TWM), Small-Caps 3x (NYSEARCA:TZA), Russell 2000, 2x (NYSEARCA:SRTY), S&P 500, 3x (NYSEARCA:SPXS), Financials 3x (NYSEARCA:FAZ), Semis 3x (NYSEARCA:SOXS), NASDAQ 100, 3x (NASDAQ:SQQQ), Russell 2000, 3x (SRTY), Small-Caps 2x (TWM), Biotech 2x (NASDAQ:BIS).

    Non-Leveraged Short ETFs:

    Gold (NYSEARCA:DGZ), Emerging Markets (NYSEARCA:EUM), DOW 30 (NYSEARCA:DOG), S&P 500 (NYSEARCA:SH), NASDAQ 100 (NYSEARCA:PSQ), Russell 2000 (NYSEARCA:RWM), Active Bear (NYSEARCA:HDGE), EAFE (NYSEARCA:EFZ), Oil (NYSEARCA:DNO).

    GOOD LUCK!

    May 27 9:26 AM | Link | Comment!
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