The RS (Relative Strength) concept
"Relative Strength" or RS is a widely used concept in technical analysis to compare the price performance of one security against the price performance of another security in order to choose which one of the two is to prefer over the other.
Construction of Relative Rotation Graphs
The construction of Relative Rotation Graphs is based on a scatter plot. The video at the end of the post shows the rotation through the various stages on the plot, with a short explanation for every stage.
By far the most-watched Relative Rotation Graph is the one that shows the rotation for the 11 S&P sectors, and for good reason; it shows very clearly
Last Tuesday in Sector Spotlight I covered the Industrials sector.While looking into the constituents of the sector and the group breakdown it was pre
In this edition of Sector Spotlight, I put last week's rotations for asset classes and sectors into a longer-term perspective. After the break, I perf
Towards the end of May, the US stock market ($SPX) started to lose relative strength vs. other major world market stock indexes.Around that time the $
In this edition of Sector Spotlight, I look at the rotations for Asset Classes and US sectors, zooming in on the combination of weekly and daily rotat
The weekly Relative Rotation Graph for US sectors shows four sectors at the right-hand side of the plot, JdK RS-Ratio > 100 and all seven other sector
To get some inspiration for a nice subject or stock to show in this article, I went to my dashboard, on which I have one widget that shows the most ac
As is usual for the first episode of Sector Spotlight of a new month, I take an in-depth look at developments on the monthly charts for Asset Classes
At the start of the week, two tails on the Relative Rotation Graph for US sectors are showing interesting rotations. These are the tails for for XLRE
Ok, the header image may not be entirely accurate to the message of this article, as it deals with the Real Estate sector which is all about listed RE