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Julius de Kempenaer

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.
Julius de Kempenaer

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. 
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 is the sector summary. It gives a tabular overview of the price changes that occurred over a ce
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
The Relative Rotation Graph above highlights the rotation of IRM (Iron Mountain Inc.) in comparison to the other stocks in the S&P Real-Estate sector
It's Friday morning in Amsterdam and I just dropped my daughter off at school. On the way to my office, I usually stop at the local Coffee Company for
Visa is showing up, just, inside the leading quadrant on the Relative Rotation Graph vs $INDU above. These images are zoomed in from the RRG holding a
With the US stock market declining investors (may) need to look for alternatives in order to preserve capital. Sure enough, there are good opportuniti
The above chart shows the stocks/bonds ratio using monthly bars since 2004. IMHO this is one of the most useful charts to decide on an important porti
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