Concerns about a global credit blight and anemic interest rates appeared to weigh on financial stocks, sending shares of the nation’s largest banks tumbling. Goldman Sachs, J.P. Morgan, Citigroup, Morgan Stanley and Bank of America all lost more than 3 percent. The Financial Select Sector SPDR ETF (XLF) fell 3.34 percent Tuesday, down 3.5 percent YTD. Now the question is whether recent selloff is a pause that refreshes or it’s a beginning of something worse? Below is an update look at a trade in XLF.
The graphics below are from our “U.S. Market Trading Map”, show the near-term technical bias and trading ranges. As shown, the underlying is in a short-term bullish trend when the price bars are painted in green. The underlying is in a short-term bearish trend when the price bars are painted in red.
Chart 1.1 – Financial Select Sector SPDR ETF (weekly)
Our “U.S. Market Trading Map” painted XLF bars in red (sell) – see area ‘A’ in the chart. XLF moved down to test support at the 4-year moving average after the early May rally ran into resistance at the 20-week moving average…Click here to read more.
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