ETF Analysis

Exchange Traded Funds

  • Introduction Includes: ETF Education; Fund Families, and Categories.
  • Data Definitions – Includes information on a member designed relative strength system of trading.

DATA TABLES

Beginning the June10th these reports will move to spreadsheet format. You can access the Changes & Trends, Relative Strength, and Composite Charts from one spreadsheet for:

Microsoft Excel Spreadsheet: Exchange Traded Funds (Changes and Trends and Relative Strength)

Relative Strength:

For every ETF in our database (currently 1050) this report includes price change today, ST, IT, LT trends, Relative Strength Ranks over 6 months as measured against the total stock market.  Also there appears the same rank two and four weeks ago to aid you in determining relative movement.

Relative Strength:

For every ETF in our database (currently 1050) this report includes price change today, ST, IT, LT trends, Relative Strength Ranks over 6 months both against the total stock market.  Also there appears the same rank two and four weeks ago to aid you in determining relative movement. Relative Strength Blinkers come from member designed trading system: The blinkers appear for today as well as 3,21,34, and 55 days ago.

Below is a link to an automatically updating (price plus gains and losses) spreadsheet as above. Since this document cannot, at least to my knowledge be password protected, it may not be up for very long. If anyone knows how to password protect please let me know. I like this presentation very much and I think it will give you an excellent idea of just how things will be working.

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