!1 ETF Trading Charts - Weekly

Larry Klose Rank: 69 Followers: 7 Votes: 0 Years Member: 10 Last Update: 28 June 2017, 19:31 Categories: ETFs
Trend Analysis
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ETF charts

Bullish momentum signals
1. Bullish momentum signals are annotated by solid green vertical lines.
2. The signal occurs when the 10 and 40 week Price Percent Oscillator crosses above +2.
3. This signal tends to be late. See notes 6 to 9.

Bearish momentum signals.
4. Bearish momentum signals are annotated by red vertical lines.
5. The signal occurs when the 10 and 40 week Price Percent Oscillator cross below -2.

Times to Buy and Sell ETFs
6. Sell signal occurs when the PPO drops below a -2.
7. Bear market is denoted by a red rectangle box.
8. Buy when the PPO has reached extreme low.
9. Bear market bottoms denoted by green oval/circle.

Notes
10. Purple line is a 26 week exponential moving average (EMA).
11. Percent gains and losses during bullish and bearish periods. (red and green %)
12. The number in parentheses in the name is the approximate number of securities held in the ETF.

Less

Equity - Exchg - NASD 100 Core /$ PowerShares ETF (108)

Equity - Exchg - NASD 100 EqWgt /$ FirstTrust ETF (107)

Equity - Exchg - NASD Composite /$ Fidelity ETF (1925)

Equity - Mkt Big Cap - DJ Industrial 30 Average /$ SPDR ETF (30)

Equity - Mkt Big Cap - Russell 200 Core /$ iShares ETF (195)

Equity - Mkt Big Cap - S&P 050 Core /$ Guggenheim ETF (52)

Equity - Mkt Big Cap - S&P 100 Core /$ iShares ETF (101)

Equity - Mkt Large Cap - S&P 500 Core /$ iShares ETF (502)

Equity - Mkt Large Cap - S&P 500 Core /$ SPDR ETF (504)

Equity - Mkt Large Cap - S&P 500 Core /$ SPDR MFS Systematic ETF (50)

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