Active Trader

Buying the market pullbacks

Buying the market pullbacks

Sudden price declines can be nerve-wracking, but they may provide opportunities for some.

Reduce taxes on gains

Got positions in the red after the pullback? Consider harvesting losses using ETFs to reduce taxes.

Open and short

Short interest can help assess a stock’s sentiment; open interest, an option’s volatility.

Volatility trading tips

For shorter-term investors, big price moves can present both risks and opportunities.

Idea Generation

REIT checkup

Can REITs regain their momentum from last year? Office and retail REITs may be the best hope.

New ETFs

Sector-focused and emerging-market-themed ETFs top S&P Capital IQ’s recent expert screen.

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Technical Analysis

Fibonacci pattern

The Fibonacci sequence (0, 1, 1, 2, 3, 5, 8, 13...) can potentially help spot key prices.

How to use RSI

The relative strength index can help identify when a stock or index is over or underpriced.

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Trading Strategy

How to short stocks

Selling short is a trading strategy for down markets, but there are risks.

Options research

Consider these tips and resources to help you find options candidates and strategies.

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