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Chief ETF Strategist, Wyatt Research
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Moby Waller is a former CBOE Market Maker floor trader and off the floor London-based European Index Options Trader, with 20 years of experience in the investment field. He currently manages the ETF Sector Alerts newsletter for Wyatt Research. This provides ETF Portfolio and ETF Option trades ...more

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My Favorite Option Strategy For ETF Directional Trend Moves
When I have strong bull and bear ETF trend signals, I buy In-The-Money (ITM) Calls & Puts with 1 to 3 months of time left in them.
Sector Showcase: The Utility Of Utilities For Handicapping The Fed
Utilities are often called "widow and orphan" stocks for the stable, lower-risk income they can provide.
How Will The Coming Fed Rate Hike Affect The Stock Market?
Should you be concerned that interest rates look to have bottomed after a long stagnant period at historically low levels? Not necessarily.
Timeless Wisdom For Traders From Sun Tzu
What can a Chinese general from 500 BC teach you about active investing and trading? Quite a bit, if we're talking about Sun Tzu, the author of the famous book The Art of War.
The Market Trend Remains Bullish, Any Near-Term Pullback Should Be Contained
We've had a big 10% gain in the S&P 500 since the U.S. Presidential election. The market is on pace for a 35% annualized gain. Are we overextended to the upside here, is a big pullback imminent?
ILF: This Overlooked International ETF Has 20% To 33% Potential Upside
While the S&P 500 is off to a strong start in 2017, there are over 30 International ETFs that are beating the market this year. They primarily come from the Asia and Latin/South America regions.
The Best ETF To Profit From Gold
SILJ holds a basket of small-cap silver mining and exploration companies. The ETF has holdings in 25 stocks currently, with the top 3 holdings representing about 41% of its total assets.
Brent Crude Oil Steadies Above $55 Ahead Of Supply Cut Deal
Oil steadied above $55 a barrel on Tuesday, drawing support from expectations of tighter supply once the first output cut deal between OPEC and non-OPEC producers in 15 years takes effect on Sunday.
Weekly Market Outlook: Decision Time - Euphoria Or Reality?
The market isn't just a little overextended. It's a lot overextended, momentum-wise as well as sentiment-wise. One could also argue it's overvalued.
Best & Worst Sectors Of 2016 Thus Far
The first two months of 2016 are nearly over, and it's been a rough year so far for long-side equity holders in general.
Why Consumer Staples May Be Poised For A Breakout
Think the recent marketwide pullback dragged every sector down with it? Guess again.
Since The Paris Attacks, Some International Sectors Are Rallying Strongly
How has the stock market performed since last Friday's 11/13 attacks in Paris, France? The S&P 500 Index ETF is up around 3.5% in this time frame, an impressive rally.
How To Get Exposure To Internet Stocks Through ETFs
The broad category Internet is still one of the fastest growing sectors in a world of relatively slow economic and corporate growth.
'Halloween Trend' Points To Market Upside In The Coming Months
The old market axiom says 'Sell in May and go away' -- meaning avoid the volatile summer months and return to larger allocations in November.
October's ETF Winners & Losers
October has about a week left in it now, and this 'scary' month has actually seen the market rebound, with the S&P 500 up 6%+ month-to-date.
Google Alphabet (GOOGL) (GOOG) Soars On Q3 Results
Alphabet shares will open at a level that translates into a 36% gain in just three months, and leaves the stock priced at a frothy forward-looking P/E of 22.1. Even GOOGL has its limits.
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