Index ETFs

The most highly traded ETFs are those that track popular indices, such as the S&P 500, NASDAQ, and Russell 2000.  Highly traded ETFs can provide investors with broad exposure to diverse markets and asset classes, making them an essential tool for many investors.

The True ALGO reversal indicator can be a useful tool for options traders looking to trade ETFs on a demonstration/paper account. This indicator is designed to identify trend reversals in the market, which can help traders make more informed decisions on whether to buy or sell options contracts. For example, when the True ALGO reversal indicator signals a potential trend reversal, an options trader could buy call options on an ETF if they believe the trend will continue to rise, or buy put options if they believe the trend will reverse and the ETF will fall. By using the True ALGO reversal indicator to identify potential trend reversals, options traders can make more strategic decisions.  

  • UPRO (3X SP500)
  • QQQ (Nasdaq 100)
  • TQQQ (3X Nasdaq 100)
  • IWM/VTWO (Russell 2000)
  • DXY (US Dollar Index)