The ValuEngine Weekly ETF Report
Why Subscribe to The ValuEngine Weekly ETF Report?
The ValuEngine Weekly ETF Report provides a variety of technical analysis data for more than 30 Exchange Traded Funds (ETFs). ETFs are a popular and easy way for investors to track the performance of key indices, commodities, sectors, currencies, and other asset classes without the transaction and management fees associated with individual stock tickers or mutual funds.
What You Receive With Your Subscription?
Every Friday you will receive an electronic copy of our report-- which is written by ValuEngine Chief Market Strategist Richard Suttmeier. The report includes Suttmeier's key technical risk, support, and value levels as well as ValuEngine's Market Overview and Sector Valuation statistics. Suttmeier also provides his own Buy/Sell rating for each ETF given his read of the markets.
Here is a partial listing of the ETFs covered in the report: SPY, QQQQ, XLB, XLI, XLY, XLP, IYC, XLE, XLF, XLV, XLU, XLK, IYT, DUG, SSO, DDM, QLD, DXD, SDS, QID,TWM, TLT,DIA, GLD, and GSG
What's Behind The ValuEngine Weekly ETF Report?
ValuEngine provides equity research to a variety of hedge funds as well as some of the largest institutions on Wall St. Our Chief Market Strategist Richard Suttmeier is an experienced trader and technician who uses ValuEngine's quant-based stock research for the fundamental side of his market analysis. The ValuEngine Weekly ETF Report is based on Suttmeier's analysis of current market conditions and is designed to allow investors to manage risk via hedging, make leveraged plays on key indices, and participate in commodity, currency, and other markets in a cost-effective manner.
How Can I Receive The ValuEngine Weekly ETF Report?
Please choose an option below to subscribe. After your subscription is approved, you will immediately receive access to download the current issue of report as well as the previous issues, which are all available as PDF files. Each Friday when the latest issue of the report is released, we will send you an email, informing you to download it from the site.