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September 2020

Don't Ignore This Chart!

Solar Edge (SEDG) and Enphase Energy (ENPH) Break Out, Lead Renewables

by Tom Bowley

Leading stocks in leading industry groups. If you've struggled with your investments, read that line over and over again. Investing in leaders will change your returns and likely alter your opinion about your chances to outperform the overall market... Read More 

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Formerly Leading Stocks Exhibiting Downtrend Reversals

by Mary Ellen McGonagle

The Nasdaq Composite broke back above its key 50-day moving average on Monday and after today's action, the RSI and MACD are now in positive positions... Read More 

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Breaking Down the Dow Jones Composite Index

by Julius de Kempenaer

The S&P 500 and the Nasdaq 100 are probably the most discussed charts/indexes. The Dow Jones Industrials is probably the most well known index. From an RRG point of view, the breakdown of the S&P 500 into its sectors is probably the most-watched RRG... Read More 

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Running a Scan to Find a Potential Short Squeeze

by Tom Bowley

Short squeezes can result in explosive upside moves. We saw it at the end of 2019 with Tesla (TSLA). Once the stock broke 400, it absolutely flew to the upside... Read More 

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Is the Technology Sector at Risk?

by Julius de Kempenaer

At yesterday's close XLK, the technology sector, rotated into the lagging quadrant. This happened a few times since the market started to rally out of the March low. On the daily chart to be exact... Read More 

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The Importance of Rising Growth vs. Value Ratio

by Tom Bowley

I follow a very simple ratio every day, which is the iShares Russell 1000 Growth ETF vs. the iShares Russell 1000 Value ETF (IWF:IWD)... Read More 

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Where Is All That Money Going To?

by Julius de Kempenaer

Last week's selloff primarily hit some mega-cap names in Technology, Communication Services and Discretionary stocks. For sure, it shook up markets pretty well and, as usual, the selling of risk assets led to an inflow into risk-off assets like bonds and more defensive sectors... Read More 

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Seasonality Expects a Decline For SPY in September and an Underperformance for Technology

by Julius de Kempenaer

Last Tuesday in Sector Spotlight, as well as in my last article of the RRG blog, I discussed seasonality for US sectors. While going over the table showing the average returns per sector per month, my eye fell on another number..... Read More