Transportation Average Ishares ETF (IYT)
$192.16 0.00 (0.00%)
8:35 EST IYT Stock Quote Delayed 15 Minutes
Previous Close $192.16
Market Cap 1.38B
PE Ratio -
Volume (Avg. Vol.) 1
Day's Range 192.16 - 192.16
52-Week Range 155.24 - 201.48
Dividend & Yield 2.10 (1.09%)
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This morning, I'm recommending a bearish trade on the iShares Transportation Average ETF (NYSEARCA:IYT).
While not as export-dependent as the energy or technology sectors, industrials aren't as export-defensive as, say, healthcare, real estate or utilities. As such, the Industrial Select Sector SPDR (NYSEARCA:XLI), the largest industrial ETF, is lower by a market-lagging half a percent.
Transportation ETFs aren't all the same ... investors should look under the hood before embracing these products.
AAL stock has a technical opportunity coming that could carry it to $45 per share, which makes American Airlines appealing despite Wall Street's lack of affection.
If the broader transportation group of stocks is any indication then NSC stock could soon be a pain trade for the bulls but one to press for the bears.
The transportation sector is a key way to determine the health of the overall market. Here are 5 transportation ETFs to buy.
Transportation stocks are on the move and Union Pacific is one of the sector leaders. Here's how to ride the train company with UNP stock options.
This week’s breakout in transportation stocks confirms a short-term “Dow theory” buy signal. It’s not the best timing indicator, but a signal like this does have a positive correlation for a move in favor of growth stocks, transportation and industrials.
If CSX sets a new high, it should overshoot by up to $5-per-share. Below $52-per-share investors have consolidated CSX stock very well, so bulls have a good base upon which to build.
United stock over the past couple of days bumped into technical resistance where active investors and traders could look on the short side in this currently bumpy market.
Those who are keeping their nerve during the Dow Jones correction can find strong sector ETFs to buy at incredible prices.
DAL soars on earnings, and I want to bet bullish on its fundamentals. It's time to go long in Delta Air Lines.
The BTFD meme is alive and well in this uber bullish market. Dips in quality companies like JBLU are long opportunities.
UAL stock is lower by nearly 20% for 2017 and through the lens of technical analysis further weakness looks to be in the cards for United.
KSU stock has showed leadership all year and barring any sudden major bearish reversal I expect Kansas City Southern to have more upside.
There is upside potential in FDX stock, and I want to profit from it. But with FedEx near its all-time highs I can use this play for profits.
It’s not a technical train wreck yet, but the Dow Transports is diverging and UAL, CSX and KEX are three vessels in position for shorting.
As a result of recent weakness, FDX stock currently sits about 6% off its year to date highs and FedEx looks to offer lower levels still.