RRG Charts

May 2015

RRG Charts

Think 'twice' before buying 3M

by Julius de Kempenaer

The 30 stocks that make up the Dow Jones Industrials index are more or less evenly spread out over the Relative Rotation Graph below. There is a group of stocks that has entered the leading quadrant a few weeks ago and which are establishing solid relative up-trends including the stocks that I wrote about in the previous edition of the RRG blog on Dow members. Then there is a group of names in the weakening quadrant that are still in relative up-trends but their relative trends are losing power. Only a hand full of stocks have entered Read More 

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Hong Kong ($HSI) on track towards all-time-high

by Julius de Kempenaer

The Relative Rotation Graph below holds a number of world equity indices and shows their relative rotation versus the FTSE all world index ($FAW). click the chart to open the live RRG Initial observations A couple of quick observations from the RRG before we move into more detail of the individual charts. First of all China ($FTX) continues to stand out even despite the weak performance over the past few weeks. The relative trend versus the 'world index' as well as the Read More 

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Weak industrials (XLI) vs. strong(er) energy (XLE)

by Julius de Kempenaer

Sector time! With the general market picture being a bit 'un-clear' and showing pretty wide swings from week to week, the Relative Rotation Graph holding the ten (I added XTL - Telecom) sector ETFs will shine some light on the sector rotation that is going on within the S&P 500 index at the moment. On the RRG above there are two sectors that are really standing out at first sight. These are Energy (XLE) in the top-left, improving, quadrant and Utilities (XLU) in the bottom-left, lagging, quadrant. The remaining sectors, as you can see, are all confined within a narrow range on the Read More