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Trading Strategy – Consumer Discretionary Select Sector SPDR ETF

  One of the more noteworthy developments in recent days has been the move in Consumer Discretionary.  The Consumer Discretionary Select Sector SPDR ETF (XLY) has been trailing the S&P, down 0.4 percent for the week.  Now the question is whether this is a pause that refreshes or it’s a beginning of something worse?  In …[read more]

Trading Strategy – Consumer Staples Select Sector SPDR ETF

  Retail giant Wal-Mart announced a $20 billion buyback before the bell and reiterated its earnings outlook for the current fiscal year. The news sent the Consumer Staples Select Sector SPDR ETF (XLP) higher nearly 1 percent.  In fact, according to our “U.S. Market Trading Map”, Tuesday’s rally indicated an impending bullish turnaround. Below is …[read more]

Trading Idea That Paid - CSX

  CSX Corp (CSX) was a notable winner Friday, jumped 1.89 percent on strong volume to 49.48 – a fresh closing high.  This is bullish from a technical perspective.  In fact, a closer look at the daily chart of CSX suggests that the stock could climb above 60 in the coming days.  Just so that …[read more]

Trading Ideas That Paid - Western Refining

Commodities closed mixed Tuesday, with energy trading higher while precious metals chopped around in negative territory.  Crude futures priced a barrel of oil at $99.99, up 62 cents; gold futures for February delivery fell $10.00 or 0.8 percent, to $1,241.80 an ounce. Speaking of energy, Western Refining (WNR) was a notable winner in Tuesday trading …[read more]

Trading Ideas That Paid - Hot Topic

Fears over a Greek default together with concerns about global growth triggered a broad-based selloff that saw all 10 S&P sectors closed firmly in the red, led by financials and industrials.  Tuesday trading action, as a matter of fact, had helped confirm the validity of the “bear case” that we’ve traced out in last Friday …[read more]


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