RRG Charts

July 2015

RRG Charts

Energetic move for XLE!

by Julius de Kempenaer

On the Relative Rotation Graph holding the 10 SPDR sector ETFs comparing them to the S&P 500 index there is one sector standing out . big time that is!! I am talking about XLE here, the Energy select sector SPDR. Initial observations As you can see on the RRG it is the sector with, by far, the longest trail on the plot indicating that it has the strongest change in the strength of its relative trend. In six weeks time the sector moved from slightly inside the leading quadrant, at JdK RS-Momentum values above 102, to deep Read More 

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Combining AA and International equity markets

by Julius de Kempenaer

As I am writing this I am on holiday in Greece and overlooking the Ionian sea. A good time to clear the head and get some fresh thoughts. As it's also almost a year since I started writing my RRG-Blog here on StockCharts.com, and I still enjoy doing every single article, it's also a good time to look back at what has been written and evaluate the routine. Regular readers will know that I am trying to maintain a more or less fixed sequence in the subjects for my articles. One on asset allocation, then one on US equity sectors followed by international equity markets and finally an Read More 

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Tech & Energy are losing their power supply

by Julius de Kempenaer

As usual the 30 members of the Dow Industrials index are fairly evenly spread out over the Relative Rotation Graph, highlighting the good, the bad and the ugly ! Before moving into further detail I'll give you a bit of a head start saying that some technology stocks are starting to look 'ugly' which usually happens before they end up being bad! Initial observations Starting in the top-right quadrant (leading) there are a few easy calls to make with regard to JPM, GS and NKE. These stocks continue to push higher and a quick look at Read More