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.
The ratio between XLY:XLP, Consumer Staples vs. Consumer Discretionary, has traditionally been a pretty good gauge to get an idea about being in a ris
On this episode of Sector Spotlight, I take a closer look at what's happening in the various Asset Classes. Afterwards, I examine the Utilities sector
A lot of eye balls on the health care sector these days, and for good reasons. Traditionally, this has been one of the more defensive sectors, and it
On this episode of Sector Spotlight, I discuss the subtle differences between cap-weighted and equal weight sector ETFs on RRG. I also take some time
Everybody's looking at the stock market these days, but, in other areas of the market, big shifts seem to be underway as well. One of the areas that I
The image above shows two Relative Rotation Graphs for US sectors, side by side. The one on the left is the RRG (as I usually use it in my blogs and t
On this episode of Sector Spotlight, I try to see through the mayhem and get an angle on US sector rotations on weekly Relative Rotation Graphs. In ad
The US sector universe is split pretty much evenly around the benchmark SPY. That is normal. It is also split pretty distinctively in sectors that are
The Relative Rotation Graph for the DJ Industrial constituents shows a clear split between stocks in the leading quadrant vs. stocks inside the laggin
RRG can help you put things into an international perspective. In this edition of StockCharts TV's Sector Spotlight, I look at international stock mar