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A Discipline of The Strongest ETFs

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We generate daily "Strongest ETFs" lists in rank order. 

Below, we give strategies for creating an ETF portfolio based on these lists.  Our strength rank algorithm goes far beyond the simplistic Relative Strength RSI used at other websites.
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"Strength" & "The Strongest"

When we say a stock or ETF is "strong," we are referring to strength that goes far beyond that measured by the Relative Strength Index (RSI), a mathematical tool popular with traders.  The Relative Strength Index is an oscillator that ranges between 0 and 100 and is based on the ratio of upward price changes to downward price changes over a short period of time (usually 14 days).  Our own strength indicator is far more sophisticated.  If you scan 8000 stocks with the Relative Strength Index, you will find that many of the stocks that rank high are not really attractive because of overhead resistance or because the surge of strength measured is not really significant for some other reason (a non-significant rebound in a very unattractive or threatening chart pattern).  The list selected by our own strength screens, however, will look much more attractive.  The more stocks that are screened, the greater the difference will be in the quality of output.  To see an illustration of how the output of the two systems can differ, click on the "Strongest Stocks" tab on the navigation menu.  The stocks illustrated there were found by using the same algorithm that we use in this scanner.  There you will find charts of stocks using the RSI and some were found using our algorithm so you can compare the two.  When you look at our highest ranked "strength" ETFs, especially when they are selected from well over 1000 ETFs, you will know you are looking at ETFs that are very strong

We have said that we use our own strength ranking algorithm in creating the lists.  However, we do think the RSI can be useful for other purposes.  Therefore, we do include the RSI (14-day) for each ETF in our reports so you can use it to further sort the ETFs.  Again, the RSI is woefully inadequate in comparison with our much more complex algorithm, but it might be useful to see if there has been a short-term surge in relative strength.  For example, you could review those ETFs that have an RSI above 50 or some other level of your choice.  The only reason we include it in our tables is so you can use it in the same way you might use volume surge information.  For example, if there is a long list of ETFs that have generated signals, one way you could filter the list is to check only those that had a 50% or 100% surge in volume when the alert was generated.  

The universe of ETFs that we scan numbers over 1200.  This universe is then subjected to our "strength" algorithms (compare 50 stocks selected by using the Relative Strength Index with those selected by our own strength filter.  The difference will be quite obvious).  The ETFs we post in our ranking list will be the "strongest" 150 at the time of posting (ranked in order of strength).  This list can also serve as a "Market Monitor" because it can be used to learn which markets and sectors are "hot" here and abroad.

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Strategies for Using the List

Please remember that our reports do NOT constitute a recommendation that you personally buy or sell any securities.  In the following discussion the words "buy" and "sell" refer to imaginary transactions in a theoretical portfolio and not to transactions in a real account.  The word "you" is used for editorial purposes only and does not refer to you personally.  

You could use our lists several ways.  For example, you might put the more attractive ETFs on a "watch list" and review their charts daily, waiting for one of them to decline to its rising trendline.  Then, as it begins to rebound off this support line on increasing volume, you could buy it for your portfolio.  Your sell strategy might consist of selling any ETF that falls below its supporting trendline.  Or, you might sell if it drops out of the top 30 in rank.  For example, you might buy the top 5 ETFs and sell any that fall out of the top 30.  Then you could replace it with one of the top 5 that you do not currently have in your portfolio.  This concept is quite flexible.  You might sell when an ETF falls out of the top 10, top 20, top 50, top 100. or whatever.  You could build your portfolio around 5, 7, or 10 positions, based on your portfolio size, investment needs, objectives, and tolerance for risk.

There are many ways you could define your selling strategy.  You could sell any ETF that drops 5%, 7%, 10% or some other percentage below your purchase price, or below the highest high, low, or close reached by the ETF since its inclusion in your portfolio. Alternatively, you might combine strategies so that a sale occurs if an ETF falls out of the top 30, if it declines 8% since its inclusion, or if it falls 10 levels (or some other amount) in its ranking. Of course, some of the strongest selling disciplines factor in the volatility of a stock or ETF.  For example, when the decline of a stock or ETF is such that there is only one chance in a hundred that it would fall that much "by chance" or as a result of its "normal fluctuation" given its current level of volatility, a sale might be appropriate (because it represents a move beyond the "normal probability envelope" for price spikes).  This is where the Stops tool can be a big help.  Click on Stops (on the navigation bar or in the set of links at the bottom of this page) for more information on this. 

Other strategies might be to select those from among the top 30 (or from a larger or smaller subset of the top 50 listed) that look the most "timely" (the most likely to move up soon) or to select those that have just moved up in rank (a move up in rank suggests new momentum or an increase of public interest in that market or sector).  Sometimes a stock that is highly ranked might not be as attractive as a stock that is not ranked as highly but that is more likely to rise soon from current levels (perhaps because it is nearer to support or in the process of rebounding from support).  An important consideration here is your anticipated holding period.  Short-term traders will want to capture their gains quickly.  That means they will be a little more "picky" about the ETF's "setup" and the timing of the purchase.  Whatever method you use, your selections could be limited to those ranking among the 30 strongest ETFs.  A portfolio that is always invested in the top 30 ETFs should do quite well over time.  We would expect it to perform much better than most of the better performing mutual funds.  (Note: there is a discussion of the meaning of "support" and "resistance" that can be found by clicking on "Free Tutorials" on the navigation bar and scrolling down to the section titled "Charts."  Read all of that section.)

Unless you have selected a strategy that requires it, it is not necessary to monitor an ETF portfolio on a daily basis.  Portfolio adjustments can be made once a week or once a month, depending on your strategy.  We once managed a utility portfolio strategy that required adjustments only once a quarter, and its average annual return was about 20% a year for over 15 years after fees and expenses.  Those who are bent on obtaining the highest level of performance might want to fine-tune their entry points for new positions by monitoring the charts of purchase candidates (their "watch list") each day after the market's close.  Once they make their purchases and set their stops, they could then make weekly rather than daily reviews.  Others will simply look at the charts of highly ranked ETFs once a week and make their decisions on the basis of their weekly reviews.  Of course, there are also those who will want to monitor their portfolio on a daily basis. 

There is another obvious way to use the ETF rank list.  You might want to find out what sector is ranked the highest so you can begin your search for stocks in that particular sector.  That is, the list could function as your preliminary scanner.  For example, you could narrow your search for strong stocks to those that are included in the top five ranked sectors.  

We provide lists of the strongest ETFs in rank order.  Our strength algorithm finds stocks with persistent strength, and it is far more effective than the Relative Strength Index (RSI) at finding securities that are really strong.  If you haven't already done so, we urge you to use the "Strongest Stocks" tab on the navigation menu to see some charts that illustrate the difference between the selections made by using the RSI and those made by using our algorithm.  [NOTE: Before purchasing an ETF, you should look at its chart. To see a few websites where you can generate free charts, click on "Links" at the bottom of our Home page then click on "Outside Help."]

The strength algorithms used in generating the list are the same as the ones used for The Valuator's "STR RANK" (Strength Rank) measurement and in its "Highest Strength List." They are also the same as those used to generate the Strongest Stocks lists.  It took time and effort to test and perfect our algorithm, and it is available nowhere else on the Internet.  Unfortunately, the costs to operate a website are greater when a site provides unique content (we do not obtain our content through the use of "cookie cutter" uploads and we do not clutter our site with third-party advertisements).  Therefore, in order to get a modest return for our efforts, we have decided to charge a small fee for the complete list of the 150 highest ranked ETFs arranged in rank order and updated daily.  You may be able to find free lists elsewhere on the Internet, but those lists will almost certainly be made by using the RSI.  [It is standard practice to use the RSI to find strength in stocks because it is a cheap, quick, and easy pre-packaged upload for websites that do not have the mathematical expertise necessary to create more effective screening algorithms.   At Stock Disciplines we do our own "number-crunching," model creation, system testing, and algorithm development.]  The RSI will often rank an ETF highly even though it has a terrible chart configuration and dominating overhead resistance nearby while completely missing an ETF with a much better chart pattern or even a pre-surge "setup" and more persistent strength.  Our algorithm avoids that problem.  Its lists actually do consist of the ETFs with the greatest persistent strength arranged in rank order.

ETFs are ranked relative to each other.  If there are no strong ETFs, a list will still be generated that consists of the strongest ETFs in a weak ETF universe.   We provide the volume change for each ETF on the day we scan.  That can be useful information when looking for purchase candidates.  If an ETF is rebounding from support and volume has dramatically increased, that rebound is far more likely to be significant than if there is little change in volume or a volume decline.

In our lists, we have include Grantor Trusts (ETPs) like GLD, SLV, IAU, etc., and Exchange Traded Notes (ETNs) like PMY, PTM, DGP, etc., without differentiating the various types from each other.

The following list is an out-of-date example and should not be considered current.  The market had been struggling for over a month and in a fairly steep decline for nearly a week when the list was generated.  The purpose of the example is to show the layout of our reports, not to give current purchase candidates.

Click the following link to read an article about volume and liquidity issues pertaining to ETFs, and our own comments about how we deal with those issues.  ETF liquidity 

Subscriber Lists Are Updated Daily

To see how current these lists are, click on New or Old?

Strongest ETFs

Strongest ETFs

 
Last Update: [Day of Week] p.m. xx/yy/zzzz
Rank  Name Sym Close Volume % Ch Vol RSI(14)
1 ISHARES US HEALTHCARE PRO IHF 145.11 116,842 -44 69
2 SPDR S&P HEALTH CARE SERVICES XHS 132.70 24,929 35 67
3 DIREXION DLY 20+ YR TRSRY BR 1X TYBS.K 24.46 2,238 226 63
4 FIRST TST NASDAQ ABA COM BK ID QABA.O 40.59 13,188 345 69
5 SPDR S&P BIOTECH XBI 249.98 1,139,236 11 59
6 PROSHARES ULTRA S P REGNAL BNKNG KRU 114.78 2,992 -26 68
7 POWERSHARES S&P SMAL HEALTH PORT PSCH.O 72.38 25,022 11 60
8 SPDR S&P REGIONAL BANKING KRE 45.36 4,257,210 -10 66
9 POWERSHARES S&P CONS DISC PORT PSCD.O 56.00 6,844 111 70
10 ISHARES MICRO CAP IWC 83.24 68,484 234 63
11 POWERSHARES KBW REGIONAL BANKING KBWR.K 44.86 9,220 73 67
12 PROSHARES SHORT MSCI EMERGING EUM 25.16 417,009 340 57
13 ISHARES NASDAQ BIOTECHNOLOGY IBB.O 372.78 1,746,168 24 56
14 SPDR S&P BANK KBE 37.09 1,421,176 -3 64
15 PROSHARES ULTRASHORT MSCI EMRGNG EEV 17.90 37,052 2,177 57
16 PROSHARES ULTRA NASDAQ BIOTECH BIB.O 92.22 850,652 34 55
17 SPDR S&P HOMEBUILDERS XHB 37.32 3,412,727 -23 68
18 POWERSHARES S&P SMALL FINAN PORT PSCF.O 42.97 5,074 272 67
19 DIREXION DAILY EMERG MRKT BER 3X EDZ 31.62 695,115 21 56
20 DIREXION DAILY ENERGY BEAR 3X ERY 20.23 1,584,275 13 59
21 FIRST TRUST HEALTH CARE ALPHADEX FXH 69.52 240,143 -19 58
22 VANGUARD RUSSELL 2000 GROWTH VTWG.O 114.43 10,745 116 58
23 PROSHARES ULTRASHORT OIL GAS DUG 53.23 116,995 -42 60
24 FIRST TR SMALL CAP GROW ALPHADEX FYC 32.25 28,202 -12 60
25 ISHARES US HOME CONSTRUCT ITB 28.03 3,260,165 -41 71
26 VANGUARD S&P SMALL CAP 600 GRWTH VIOG.K 114.70 3,011 245 60
27 POWERSHARES RSSLL 2000 PR GRWT PXSG.K 26.54 2,743 -30 58
28 GUGGENHEIM S&P 500 EQUAL WEIG HC RYH 162.43 42,712 -7 60
29 WILSHIRE MICRO CAP WMCR.K 28.87 3,459 -60 56
30 PWRSHRS DWA TECHNOLOGY MNTM PTF 43.09 71,568 234 48
31 VANGUARD S&P SMALL CAP 600 VIOO.K 109.16 9,195 -42 59
32 PWRSHRS DWA CNSMR STPLS MNTM PSL 54.55 33,626 849 66
33 PROSHARES SHORT VIX SHORT TERM SVXY.K 95.13 1,109,928 12 61
34 PROSHARES ULTRASH FTSE CHINA 50 FXP 30.64 150,029 120 61
35 PROSHARES ULTRA HEALTH CARE RXL 77.29 47,205 -2 61
36 ISHARES RUSSELL 2000 GROWTH IWO 157.11 763,685 11 57
37 VANGUARD HEALTH CARE VHT 142.43 237,534 -48 61
38 ISHARES S&P SMLL CAP 600 GRTH IJT 133.38 149,053 16 57
39 FIRST TRUST NYSE ARCA BIOTECH ID FBT 124.88 155,167 -30 55
40 DIREXION DLY FTSE CHNA BER 3X YANG.K 66.99 166,809 99 60
41 PWRSHRS DWA HEALTHCARE MNTM PTH 63.92 29,483 -41 57
42 GUGGENHEIM S&P SMALLCAP 600 GR RZG 91.38 22,509 -61 56
43 SPDR S&P 600 SMALL CAP GROWTH SLYG.K 193.02 14,668 -59 56
44 VANGUARD RUSSELL 2000 VTWO.O 102.27 61,228 305 59
45 POWERSHARES BIOTECHNOLOGY GENOME PBE 58.66 50,545 -23 53
46 POWERSHARES S&P CONS STAP PORT PSCC.O 57.73 3,184 29 62
47 MARKET VECTORS BIOTECH BBH 136.65 113,986 21 54
48 ISHARES RUSSELL 2000 IWM 127.51 29,978,976 50 58
49 ISHARES US HEALTHCARE IYH 161.73 190,075 19 59
50 FIRST TRUST DJ SEL MICROCAP INDX FDM 35.24 2,664 -38 62
51 POWERSHARES S&P SMALL INDUS PORT PSCI.O 48.18 5,483 -27 56
52 PROSHARES ULTRAPRO RUSSELL 2000 URTY.K 110.85 124,237 102 58
53 SPDR RUSSELL 2000 TWOK.K 75.68 5,823 182 58
54 DIREXION DAILY SMALL CAP BULL 3X TNA 95.42 4,934,585 36 58
55 ISHARES US REGIONAL BANKS IAT 37.43 227,950 1 59
56 DRXN DLY GLD MNS INX BR 3X SH DUST.K 17.23 7,377,038 26 63
57 POWERSHARES KBW BANK KBWB.K 40.56 239,975 24 57
58 POWERSHARES DYNAMIC MEDIA PBS 27.42 64,401 1,421 54
59 ISHARES CORE S&P SMALL CAP IJR 120.39 667,214 -16 56
60 PROSHARES ULTRA RUSSELL 2000 UWM 101.82 289,581 101 57
61 SPDR S&P PHARMACEUTICALS XPH 125.56 88,662 65 50
62 PWRSHRS DWA NASDAQ MNTM DWAQ.K 81.28 3,299 28 59
63 GUGGE CUR BRITISH POUND STERLING FXB 154.37 23,303 19 60
64 DRXN DAILY HEALTHCRE BULL 3X SHS CURE.K 41.75 446,103 -50 60
65 ADVISSHS WCM BNY MELL FOC GR ADR AADR.K 39.73 2,062 -71 48
66 POWERSHARES DWA SMALLCAP MOM DWAS.K 42.02 56,281 48 55
67 FIRST TR MID CAP GROWTH ALPHADEX FNY 31.26 25,360 -57 55
68 WISDOMTREE JAPAN HEDGED SC EQUTY DXJS.O 36.92 64,358 229 62
69 POWERSHARES RSSLL 2000 PR VAL PXSV.K 26.70 7,868 39 58
70 ISHARES MORNINGSTAR SMALL CAP JKJ 146.09 3,566 82 52
71 ISHARES MORN SMALL CAP GROWTH JKK 147.76 1,843 30 56
72 POWERSHARES DYN FOOD&BEVERAGE PBJ 33.04 41,714 276 64
73 POWERSHARES DYNAMIC NETWORKING PXQ 37.82 4,611 432 43
74 POWERSHARES CHINESE YUAN DIM SUM DSUM.K 24.85 45,152 -87 55
75 ISHARES S&P SMALL CAP 600 IJS 120.74 85,503 -33 57
76 POWERSHARES S&P SMALLCAP LOW VOL XSLV.K 33.93 18,176 -34 60
77 SCHWAB US SMALL CAP SCHA.K 58.64 270,150 -22 53
78 PROSHARES ULTRASHORT SILVER ZSL 108.09 30,138 7 63
79 VANGUARD S&P SMALL CAP 600 VALUE VIOV.K 104.62 3,472 87 59
80 PROSHARES SHORT OIL & GAS DDG 26.18 2,757 77 60
81 ISHARES ENHANCED US SMALL CAP IESM.K 32.75 2,957 369 53
82 WISDOMTREE SMALLCAP DIVIDEND DES 72.00 49,882 6 57
83 FIRST TRUST IPOX-100 INDEX FPX 55.78 104,936 40 59
84 GUGGENHEIM S&P MIDCAP 400 PURE RFG 134.56 22,879 -49 54
85 SPDR S&P SOFTWARE SERVICES XSW 104.41 6,461 -18 53
86 FIDELITY MSCI HEALTH CARE INDX FHLC.K 36.77 169,729 -26 57
87 SPDR RUSSELL NOMURA SML CP JAPAN JSC 55.17 2,871 -63 58
88 VANGUARD SMALL CAP GROWTH VBK 136.39 174,610 15 52
89 PROSHARES SHORT FTSE CHINA 50 YXI 24.82 11,320 1,647 60
90 POWERSHARES DYNAMIC PHARMACALS PJP 79.68 164,421 141 57
91 REVENUESHARES SMALL CAP RWJ 59.55 19,918 -10 53
92 POWERSHARE DYNAMIC SEMICONDUCTOR PSI 27.43 30,395 205 39
93 PROSHARES ULTRASHORT BASIC MATER SMN 28.18 7,746 4 60
94 VANGUARD RUSSELL 2000 VALUE VTWV.O 90.57 4,076 18 56
95 PROSHARES ULTRASHORT YEN YCS 94.33 129,991 -63 57
96 POWERSHARES DYNAMIC BLDG CONSTRN PKB 24.18 14,711 -26 52
97 SELECT SECTOR HEALTH CARE SPDR XLV 75.99 8,346,192 -33 58
98 ISHARES RUSSELL 2000 VALUE IWN 104.45 882,954 195 58
99 SPDR S&P SEMICONDUCTOR XSD 88.41 56,953 28 38
100 WISDOMTREE JAPAN SMALCP DIVIDEND DFJ 57.33 41,850 -13 57
101 ADVISORSHARES GARTMAN GOLD YEN GYEN.K 13.38 35,129 -18 48
102 PROSHARES ULTRASHORT UTILITIES SDP 56.56 6,671 218 64
103 ISHARES US PHARMACEUTICALS IHE 177.04 43,989 13 51
104 SPDR S&P 600 SMALL CAP VALUE SLYV.K 108.92 14,771 7 58
105 COLUMBIA LARGE CAP GROWTH RPX 47.29 3,789 -70 54
106 POWERSHARES S&P SMALL TECH PORT PSCT.O 53.47 14,917 -20 47
107 VANGUARD EXTENDED MARKET VXF 93.77 218,779 -58 53
108 ISHARES US FINANCIAL SER IYG 96.04 142,410 -91 55
109 WISDOMTREE SMALLCAP EARNINGS EES 86.26 11,878 6 55
110 SPDR S&P HEALTH CARE EQUIPMENT XHE 95.52 2,221 -88 56
111 KRANESHARES CSI CHINA INTERNET KWEB.O 40.97 117,622 469 41
112 PROSHARES SHORT REAL ESTATE REK 21.01 107,913 98 61
113 PWRSHS FTSE RAFI US 1500 SML MID PRFZ.O 106.30 27,249 94 55
114 VANGUARD SMALL CAP VB 123.87 420,527 8 52
115 ISHARES MSCI USA MOMENTUM FACTOR MTUM.K 72.58 26,698 109 56
116 SPDR S&P 600 SMALL CAP SLY 110.42 11,815 -28 56
117 ISHARES US MEDICAL DEVICES IHI 122.01 66,172 -93 58
118 WISDOMTREE INDIAN RUPEE STRY ICN 21.19 2,135 -93 55
119 VANGUARD S&P MID CAP 400 GROWTH IVOG.K 106.26 8,906 -80 52
120 PWRSHRS DWA CONSMR CYCLS MNTM PEZ 47.79 26,051 -11 61
121 GUGGENHEIM INSIDER SENTIMENT NFO 51.27 6,729 -23 54
122 F TRUST SMALL CAP CORE ALPHADEX FYX 51.12 61,033 91 57
123 PROSHARES ULTRSHRT MSCI BRZL CPD BZQ 83.23 20,196 -38 50
124 ISHARES S&P MID CAP 400 GRWTH IJK 172.31 103,513 109 51
125 VANGUARD SMALL CAP VALUE VBR 110.35 250,311 -38 52
126 POWERSHARES DYNAMIC MARKET PWC 76.99 5,102 123 54
127 VANGUARD CONSUMER DISCRETIONARY VCR 126.62 81,343 -22 61
128 EG SHARES INDIA CONSUMER INCO.K 34.17 49,581 -57 58
129 UNITED STATES GASOLINE UGA 40.67 56,389 -35 51
130 FT RBA AMERICAN IND RENAISSANCE AIRR.O 18.60 16,919 276 51
131 SCHWAB FUNDAMENTAL US SMALL COM FNDA.K 31.22 122,973 -32 53
132 ISHARES US INSURANCE IAK 51.49 22,419 -32 56
133 FIRST TR CONSUMR STAPLS ALPHADEX FXG 44.97 301,336 10 53
134 FIRST TR LRG CP GRW ALPHADEX FTC 49.52 52,088 78 57
135 ISHARES US BROKER-DEALERS IAI 44.71 75,635 -49 54
136 BARRONS 400 BFOR.K 33.88 13,683 67 53
137 SPDR S&P CAPITAL MARKETS KCE 51.99 5,702 -63 55
138 PROSHARES ULTRASHORT REAL ESTATE SRS 53.06 79,322 120 59
139 MARKET VECTORS VIETNAM TC VNM 18.10 428,798 96 55
140 MARKET VCTRS CHNAMC SME CHNXT CNXT.K 45.30 166,539 117 29
141 WISDOMTREE MIDCAP EARNINGS EZM 96.98 23,514 -23 50
142 PROSHARES ULTRA MIDCAP 400 MVV 81.90 156,284 120 50
143 GUGGENHEIM SHORT DURATION GSY 50.06 101,990 -75 49
144 ISHARES NORTH AMERICAN TECH IGN 38.89 18,994 55 37
145 POWERSHARES ZACKS MICRO CAP PZI 16.45 2,620 -36 56
146 DIREXION DAILY REAL EST BEAR 3X DRV 27.35 68,793 283 59
147 FIDELITY MSCI CONS DISCR INDX FDIS.K 31.46 76,873 -18 59
148 GUGGENHEIM RYMD JAMES SB-1 EQTY RYJ 37.36 16,392 119 49
149 POWERSHARES NASDAQ INTERNET PNQI.O 73.99 16,213 16 50
150 POWERSHARES DYNAMIC SOFTWARE PSJ 43.60 5,239 110 52


Our detailed list of the top 150 ETFs arranged in rank order is for those who want to take a disciplined and consistent approach to creating a high-performance ETF portfolio.  In our opinion, the selection and ranking power of its algorithm does a far better job of finding persistent strength than anything else available on the Internet.

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