Inverse ETFs

Is There EVER a Good Time to Buy an Inverse ETF?

Inverse ETFs are tough to trade, but a disciplined approach can help investors overcome the odds and profit over time. More 

3 ETFs to Lower Your Portfolio’s Volatility

Volatility in an ETF portfolio can be managed with more conservative or contrary plays, and here are 3 to look at as an option More 

Hedge Rising Interest Rates With TBT

The recent pullback in Treasury yields might have created a decent entry point for this leveraged ETF, which can help you to hedge against rising interest rates. More 

4 Bond ETFs for Varying Risk Appetites

Concerning bond funds, be mindful of this adage from Warren Buffett: “Uncertainty is the friend of the buyer of long-term values.” More 

3 ETFs to Play Rising Bond Yields

Rising bond yields got you down? Try one of these exchange-traded funds that will survive, if not thrive, in a rising-rate environment. More 

Trade the Bond Bubble Bust with TBT

Reduce your exposure to Treasuries, and try this leveraged inverse bond ETF to profit from the bond yield spike as QE tapers off. More 

Sell in June Before the Swoon

Since 1990, the S&P 500 averages a monthly return of -0.5% -- the third worst monthly average of the year -- in June. Here's how to play that seasonality. More 

3 Top-Heavy ETFs That Are Ready to Tumble

Be prepared to cash out or bet against these three funds as the number of holdings trading above their respective 50-day moving averages keeps on climbing. More 

4 Strategies for Surviving a Market Pullback

Nobody has a crystal ball, but it's not unreasonable to expect that after a 15% run since November, stocks might be ready for a pullback. Here's how you can protect yourself. More 

1 Stock to Buy, 1 Stock to Short: China ETFs

This yin-yang trend plays the same technical event in inverse ways, meaning you can choose to profit on the long or short side. More