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The Relative Rotation Graphs, both daily and weekly, for US sectors are showing big disconnects between sectors. The image above holds the US sectors
One of the choices in the drop-down selection on the Relative Rotation Graphs page is the DJ-industrials (Dow 30 Industrials). This RRG shows the rota
On the daily Relative Rotation Graph for US sectors, the rotation of Financials stands out. The tail is relatively long, indicating that there is good
The Relative Rotation Graph shows the rotation of the stocks in the Consumer Staples sector against XLP, the Consumer Staples sector index. Keen obser
The chart that I want to share with you today is part of a (bigger) research project that I am doing with regard to the various phases in economic cyc
In this article, we are going to take a look at commodities using Relative Rotation Graphs and the Bloomberg commodity index family. When possible, I
The Relative Rotation Graph for US sectors shows a remarkably steady rotation for the Real-Estate sector. This is a daily RRG showing a 15 day tail, o
The Relative Rotation Graph for US sectors is showing a split picture. On the right, we have Utilities, Real-Estate, Consumer Staples and Healthcare.
One of the pages that I often visit on Stockcharts.com is the sector summary . It gives a tabular overview of the price changes that occurred over a c
After the sharp sell-off in Q4 of last year, the market (SPY) started to recover from its lows near 235. And IMHO it is still a "recovery" before turn
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