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February 2018

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Nine tech stocks to watch from an RRG perspective

by Julius de Kempenaer

An inspection of the weekly Relative Rotation Graph for US sectors at the beginning of this week (ending 2 March) reveals that we have: 3 sectors in leading 2 sectors in weakening 4 sectors in lagging 1 sector in improving Out of these 10 sectors, we have only 2 at a heading between 0-90 degrees (1 in improving and 1 in weakening) while 2 others are between 180-270 (1 in lagging and 1 in weakening) In this post, I will focus on the individual stocks in the Technology Read More 

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Painting the US equity landscape using Relative Rotation Graphs

by Julius de Kempenaer

Relative Rotation Graphs are a great tool to visualize sector rotation and that is probably where you will see them applied most. But they can be used for so many more (rotational) variations of different universes or similar universes in a different way. In this post, I will show you how we can use Relative Rotation Graphs to visualize rotation in US Equity markets based on growth, value, and size or market capitalization. And eventually, isolate the area of the market that seems to have the best opportunities in the next few weeks. Summary Read More 

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A few hundred points in the S&P 500.... Who cares?

by Julius de Kempenaer

The rough ride down in the markets last Friday was something that was probably expected by many but still came as a surprise. I am not a big fan of “calling tops”, or troughs for that matter. Mainly because many of these “predictions” have had many failed attempts to “call the top” before. There are a lot of people who have “called all 10 of the last 3 crashes….”  Instead, I am trying to look at what information the markets are throwing at us, especially in a situation like last Friday which was expectedly unexpected or vice versa. It’s easy to fall in the Read More