Market Radar Week of July 29th

by on July 29, 2013 | Updated August 21, 2013 | ETFs Mentioned:

Stocks are off to a quiet start this week as more earnings reports and FOMC comments on Wednesday set the scene for a potentially wild week of trading on Wall Street. Furthermore, investors have their eyes set on the July employment numbers, which are slated to hit the street on Friday at the opening bell [see also 3 Active ETFs Beating The Market].

The “Market Radar” is a new addition to ETF Insider which covers all of the major asset classes, featuring both historical as well as forward-looking analysis for ETFdb Pro subscribers on a weekly basis.

In the “Marder Radar” below, please note that the first seven columns are trailing returns across various time periods; the “Big Bottom” column refers to the last major low in the U.S. market while the “Recent Bottom” column refers to the most recent pullback on Wall Street. Next, the “Current Trend” column refers to the ongoing 1-year price pattern for each asset class.

The last remaining columns in the Market Radar are perhaps the most valuable ones as they are forward-looking in nature. “Trend Drivers” looks to identify the single most important qualitative reason behind the “Current Trend” direction. The “Signposts” column lists potential headwinds and catalysts to keep an eye out for that may trigger a reversal not yet picked up in our “Current Trend” reading. Lastly, the “Actionable Ideas” column offers specific trading strategy and candidates suggestions.

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Disclosure: No positions at time of writing.