2:45 p.m. New York time
SMH, which I rejected as a managed shares trade, has flipped back into a sell signal from the DMI, thereby providing an example of how useful the DMI Stochastic Extreme metric can be in detection potential whipsaws.
10 a.m. New York time
Only the metals among my 87 exchange-traded funds have buy signals on the Directional Movement Index (DMI). SLV is already in my managed shares portfolio, and I’ve added GLD. Not much in the way of diversification at this point, but good metrics.
SMH also had a buy signal on the DMI. However, the DMI Stochastic Extreme metric is above 90, suggesting that the symbol is overbought and poised for a fall. I’m passing on it.
The managed shares line-up:
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By Tim Bovee, Portland, Oregon, August 15, 2019
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