I’m hearing rumblings that we’re seeing sector rotation out of the Nasdaq and tech stocks and into more traditional business found in the Dow Jones. The problem with this theory is that I’m not seeing many good looking set ups except for the 3 below. If it was true sector rotation I’d be seeing more setups in the Dow and S&P. The one sector that stood out to me on Friday was the Dow Jones Diversified Industrials (seen below), but it’s my guess that the majority of this move was caused by GE, as the two’s charts are almost identical and GE isn’t one stock I’d be that excited to own.


2 Responses to “Lack of Setups Dismiss Sector Rotation Theory”

  1. jeremy Says:

    As always… great work, keep it up!
    Much appreciated.

    Ridiculously busy lately – hope to have more time to trade soon. Then again, if the markets roll over I might be glad I was on the sidelines.


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