RRG Charts

February 2019

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Join Me At The Traders EXPO in New York

by Julius de Kempenaer

Here's some shameless self-promotion! On Monday 11 March I will be doing an RRG presentation at the TradersEXPO in New York and you are invited. For FREE ;) Julius presenting RRG at TradersEXPO New York I have never attended one of the TradersEXPO events let alone presented at them so it will be a new adventure and I am excited about it. I don't really know what I can expect but I am preparing for a big event with lots and lots of visitors and market participants which is always a joy to be around. In case you are in the area or if you are already Read More 

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Two Sectors Are Rolling Over Inside The Leading Quadrant On The Daily RRG

by Julius de Kempenaer

The Relative Rotation Graphs, both daily and weekly, for US sectors are showing big disconnects between sectors. The image above holds the US sectors and shows daily rotations. It is immediately obvious that there is a big gap/disconnect between the right (=positive) side and the left (=negative)side of the graph. At the right-hand side of the RRG, we only find XLK and XLI inside the leading quadrant and XLRE already well inside the weakening quadrant. ALL other sectors are left to the center of the graph at a JdK RS-Ratio level less than 100 Read More 

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Watch Out For More Weakness In Financials This Week!

by Julius de Kempenaer

On the daily Relative Rotation Graph for US sectors, the rotation of Financials stands out. The tail is relatively long, indicating that there is good momentum behind this move, The bad news is that the rotation is taking place inside the weakening quadrant and has almost reached the lagging quadrant. Based on the position and the length of the tail on the Relative Rotation Graph a crossover into the lagging quadrant seems only a matter of days. When this happens, XLF will be inside the lagging quadrant on both the weekly and the daily Read More 

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The Staples Sector Is Improving, But Which Stocks Deserve Attention?

by Julius de Kempenaer

The Relative Rotation Graph shows the rotation of the stocks in the Consumer Staples sector against XLP, the Consumer Staples sector index. Keen observers may notice that I have left out COTY and CAG because they are very disconnected and distorting the picture. If you click on the image and open up the live version of this chart they will be there! In this article, I want to take a look at the internals of the Staples sector as XLP has started to rotate towards the leading quadrant on the daily RRG for US sectors while inside the weakening quadrant on the weekly RRG Read More