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The Relative Rotation Graph shows the FAANG stocks against $NDX on a daily basis. The strong move of GOOG is evident and tracks the recent break of re
The above Relative Rotation Graph shows the daily rotation over the past 20-days for the Utilities and Industrials sectors. I have isolated the tails
The daily RRG for US sectors shows a lot of sectors "hooking" lower and only two sectors that are, still, at a positive RRG-Heading, ie rising on both
The chart above shows the weekly rotation for the Materials sector, XLB, within the universe of US sectors against SPY. After the tail turned upward i
On the weekly Relative Rotation Graph for US sectors, XLI, the Industrials sector is crossing over into the leading quadrant from improving. This indi
Here's some shameless self-promotion! On Monday 11 March I will be doing an RRG presentation at the TradersEXPO in New York and you are invited. For F
My last article in the RRG blog looks at sector rotation for US sectors and how there are some disconnects between groups of sectors on both the daily
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
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