Analysis Tools for ETF Investors

ETFreplay.com is a research, analysis and backtesting website for Exchange Traded Funds. ETFreplay’s tools are designed to allow investors to find, test and pursue a robust and repeatable process for gaining exposure to up-trends while avoiding large drawdowns.

If you are new to the site, you can watch our introductory video, check out our FAQs, or read an independent review in Stocks & Commodities magazine.

ETF Relative Strength Screener

ETF Screener

Rank ETFs according to their relative strength
Backtest ETF strategies

Backtest ETFs

Build and test allocation, moving average and relative strength ETF investment strategies
ETF Tools

ETF Tools

Examine ETF dividend yield, correlation and volatility etc.
ETF Charts

ETF Charts

Compare the returns and volatility of up to 5 different Exchange Traded Funds
FAQs

FAQs

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Low Volatility vs Consumer Staples Sector ETF USMV vs XLP

Attached is the longer-term performance of Low Volatility (using the index that USMV tracks for its Total Return) vs Consumer Staples (using XLP, the consumer staples SPDR). These 2 are both low vol equities but ...

A short note on the psychology of investing

Over the last eighteen months US equity low volatility and relative strength strategies have performed comparatively well, whereas moving average and international portfolios have generally struggled. The reality ...

In ETF Investing, 'Backtest' should be synonymous with 'Research'

In one of the best poker books ever written The Theory Of Poker, the author makes a point quite relevant to investing.   He writes, “Beginning poker players sometimes ask, ‘What do you do in this ...

New look

We have significantly revised the look of ETFreplay with a simple and bold design.  Aside from the cleaner appearance, the website also now better responds to different screen sizes, be it tablet, laptop o ...

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data through: May 28, 2016