ETF Investment Outlook provides unique breadth charts, analysis and information to help ETF
investors and traders make better decisions.
Key features include:
ETF breadth charts based on advances and declines including the McClellan Oscillator
and McClellan Summation Index
ETF breadth charts based on advancing volume and declining volume including the
McClellan Volume Oscillator and McClellan (Volume) Summation Index
ETF breadth charts based on new highs and new lows including the Cumulative Net New
Highs Line to identify significant trend changes
Ranking pages for over 100 ETFs and broad indices which can be sorted by ETF category, ETF
family, the McClellan Oscillator and more
The breadth statistics, charts and ranking pages are updated daily and - best of all - are available for free
Why use breadth? Breadth indicators provide a robust bottom-up approach to measure the inner
workings of an ETF. Equity based ETFs are made up of individual stocks. The Information
Technology SPDR (XLK), for example, includes about 85 stocks from the technology sector. Breadth
statistics measure the ups, downs, new highs, new lows and volume for each of these individual
stocks. The results are then totaled to form aggregate breadth indicators. Think of these as the
vital signs (pulse, blood pressure and breathing) that reveal underlying strength or weakness
that is sure to enhance the analysis process.
Arthur Hill founded ETFInvestmentOutlook.com to give ETF traders and investors an
edge using unique breadth charts and timely analysis. Mr. Hill has over 20 years experience in
investment research and specializes in technical analysis. He has taught on behalf of the
Society of Technical Analysts at the London School of Economics. His work has been published in
Technical Analysis of Stocks and Commodities Magazine and on the Traders.com Advantage website.
Prior to his current position, Mr. Hill was the Chief Technical Analyst at StockCharts.com where
he developed much of the site's education center.