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S&P Cleared Key Levels but Upside to be Limited by Overbought Condition

S&P cleared key resistances, breaking out to new high. Consecutive close above 2916 would signify a breakout and bullish reversal, supporting upside follow-through in the weeks ahead. However, market is short-term overbought following recent advance. There could be a sell-off in the offing but it would be shallow if so

SPDRs Report

Good Morning. This is Capital Essence’s U.S. Market ETFs Trading Map – SPDRs Sector Report for September 21, 2018. Editor’s note: this column was originally published on Capital Essence’s CEM News. It’s being republished as a bonus for the loyal readers. For more information about subscribing to CEM News, please click here. Below, daily, weekly …[read more]

Trading Strategy – ETF Industry Exposure & Financial Services

  Bank shares rose as the 10-year Treasury note yield marched upward to 3.09 percent, its highest level since May. Goldman Sachs, Morgan Stanley and Bank of America all rose more than 2.5 percent. Shares of Citigroup, meanwhile, advanced 3.3 percent. The ETF Industry Exposure & Financial Services (TETF) rose 1.02 percent to 19.72. Now …[read more]

SPDRs Report

Good Morning. This is Capital Essence’s U.S. Market ETFs Trading Map – SPDRs Sector Report for September 20, 2018. Editor’s note: this column was originally published on Capital Essence’s CEM News. It’s being republished as a bonus for the loyal readers. For more information about subscribing to CEM News, please click here. Below, daily, weekly …[read more]

Trading Strategy – Consumer Staples Select Sector SPDR ETF

  Consumer Staples stocks were under selling pressure Tuesday amid ongoing concerns that escalating trade war could drag on earnings. After surging about 10 percent in 2017, the Consumer Staples Select Sector SPDR ETF (XLP) fell 0.42 percent Tuesday to 54.73, down nearly 4 percent YTD while the S&P gained more than 8 percent over …[read more]

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