|ETF Market View
|20 yr Bonds
|as of Thu, Oct 23, 12:39 pm ET|
|Top Fund Groups by RSf|
An Exchange Traded Fund (ETF) is an open-ended
fund or investment trust that is
traded on a securities exchange like a stock. Most ETFs are index based and the
performance of the ETF tracks the performance of the underlying index.
This site offers the investor and trader tools to evaluate
the performance of the 1000+ ETFs currently available. Tools
include Total Return Performance Comparisons, Relative Strength Trends, a Screener,
and market sector comparisons, all updated twice hourly during the
trading day for all but the lowest volume funds.
|Best and Worst Actively Traded ETFs|
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similar to what is in the table to the
right but more comprehensive including all the ETFs tracked here. You can click that
table or the Performance link on the menu above for the full review. From there you
can sort the table or jump to a price chart by clicking the fund name.
Our ETF Screener is available from the top menu where you can narrow the
list of ETFs down by filtering on various performance metrics, and with the provided performance
data you can see how that screen has performed in the past. Using this
tool you can identify those funds which you think have the best potential for future
You can create you own personal Portfolio with custom columns so
you can easily stay on top of the funds you're interested in. Create multiple lists, one for what
you own and several more for the funds you're watching. (requires free registration)
Support pages for our users that follow Les Masonson's ETF
investing strategy set forth in his book Buy Don't Hold. From this section
there is easy one-click access to each of the 7 fund categories, as well as the consolidated
list of all 74 ETFs featured in his book. This six-step methodology begins by determining
the overall health of the market and then uses relative strength to determine which
ETFs to hold.
Exchange Traded Funds include many more options than the popular SPY and QQQQ. Our database inlcudes
over 1200 ETFs including the iShares, Vanguard, Direxion, and PowerShares families. The available options
include U.S. market sectors, indexes from around the world, and funds based on
investment styles, like value and growth. Whether you are looking for opportunities on the long side or
short, you can usually find an ETF that meets your requirements.
If you have a comment about our site, or a suggestion for an additional view
of the data, we invite you to email us at the link below.