The World's Best ETF Trend Tracker!

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Elliott Wave Analysis
Trend Analysis

Daily Notes:
4/23 - Somehow, today's session made yesterday's session feel exciting. It was another slow one that didn't very little to impact our ETFs. The most notable things seem to be happening on Commodities. DBA is trying to break out and is doing a pretty good job of it. GLD and SLV are at an important point for their respective near-term patterns; both appear on track to lower levels overall but the exact path they will take is currently being ironed out. We'll just stay the course and look for more action ahead.

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A1 Welcome!

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A2 ETF Trading Board

This chart is a one-stop shop for traders who simply want to know where to put their money, without poring through the details of 30 individual ETF charts!

Yellow Highlights - A New Position or New Stop Level
Blue Hightlights - Pending New Position
Green Text = Open Long Position/Bullish
Red Text = Open Short Position/Bearish
Black Text = No Position/Neutral

- ETF/Market: The name and ticker of the ETF
- Trend: The size of the current overall trend, measured from the last important mid/long-term turning point
- Entry Date: The date the current trade was entered
- Stop: Where to place your stop level to control risk
- Trend Score: A basic gauge on how trendy (or one-directional) the ETF has been over the past six months on a scale of 1 to 10. A 'trend score'
of 10 is the ultimate one-directional move - the ETF has only moved in one direction and that is exactly the type of move you want to trade. A 'trend score' of 1 means the ETF is very indecisive and has traded more sideways than directionally. Avoid these ETFs until directional movement returns.

A3 Today's Updates

This chart provides a quick blurb on the charts that were updated each day, so you don't have to page through them all to see what's new.

F Equity DIA Diamonds

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F Equity IWM Russell 2000

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F Equity QQQ Nasdaq 100

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F Equity SPY Spiders

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G Commodities DBA Commodities

G Commodity GLD Gold

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G Commodity SLV Silver

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