RRG Charts

February 2016

RRG Charts

Stock rotation inside Industrials (XLI) sector

by Julius de Kempenaer

The Industrials sector, XLI, itself is positioned near the center of the Relative Rotation Graph holding all the sector ETFs that make up the S&P 500 index. This means that XLI is moving more or less in line with the S&P 500 and that there is, at the moment, not much to gain on a sector level. In this article, I will take a look at the individual stocks that make up the Industrials sector and see if there are any opportunities, positive or negative, on an individual equity level.  The Relative Rotation Graph above holds the top-50 (by market cap) stocks inside XLI Read More 

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Strong sector rotation inside S&P 500 suggests more weakness in Financials

by Julius de Kempenaer

Since the beginning of the year, the internal characteristics of the S&P 500 universe are characterized by strong sector rotation. The Relative Rotation Graph below shows the sector rotation over the past five weeks. A few sectors are standing out and worth a further inspection. Summary XTL expected to weaken further XLF could go as low as $ 17 (- 15%) XLU & XLP likely to continue to outperform SPY   Quick scan Clearly Utilities (XLU) and Read More 

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Trouble in DIS(neyland) and renewed energy for XOM

by Julius de Kempenaer

Over the past few days I have been looking at the Relative Rotation Graph of the 30 Dow stocks and its individual charts, and quite frankly I don't even know where to begin. Big swings all over the place, from +6% in DD to -9% in MSFT and anything in between. Long tails and short tails, clusters of stocks rotating towards and into the leading quadrant and vice versa etc. etc. The RRG of the $INDU stocks shows (some of) these big moves and there are plenty of stocks that are begging to be examined in more detail. I ill try to pick a few interesting ones. Read More