S&P 500 Industrial Sector SPDR (XLI)
$67.67 0.42 (0.62%)
20:00 EDT XLI Stock Quote Delayed 30 Minutes
Previous Close $67.67
Market Cap 11.83B
PE Ratio -
Volume (Avg. Vol.) 18.88M
Day's Range 66.75 - 68.13
52-Week Range 47.71 - 85.32
Dividend & Yield 1.40 (2.06%)
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Other months are kinder to stocks on a historical basis, but December is a decent month, usually, and it resides firmly in the best six-month period in which to own stocks. Bolstering the case of equity allocations in December are stocks entering the month near record highs and the increased chances that the initial phase of trade deal with China will be ratified in the last month of the year
As winter comes, bears are hibernating, giving way to a bull market. Want some evidence? Just look at the performance of small-cap stocks.
These stocks to buy next month could deliver big gains in November, positioning them for even more upside in 2020.
I think there could be more trouble around the corner, and if manufacturing is slowing down, a downside trade on Industrial Select Sector SPDR Fund (NYSEARCA:XLI) may act as good insurance.
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.
Two weeks ago these SPDR ETFs told me that the rally was over. This is what they are telling me now. There are reasons to be bearish.
To understand market moves, you need to understand what the underlying sectors are doing. These 6 SPDR ETFs and Amazon say the rally is over.
This morning, I am recommending a bearish trade on Briggs & Stratton Corporation (NYSE:BGG), the producer of gasoline engines and outdoor power equipment.
Certain price levels in the S&P 500 sector SPDRs are more important than others, and an awareness of this can lead to profitable trading.
Industrial stocks as represented by the the XLI ETF are one area where traders could look for short-side opportunities again.
Industrial ETFs have not done well this year, but these 5 are positioned for a rebound.
Industrial ETFs may not be the most exciting investments, but these 7 could make big moves this earnings season.
Wall Street has turned bullish on industrials as the U.S. economy heats up, and that is a good thing for these three industrial stocks.
The Energy, Consumer Discretionary and Technology sectors have been among the best sectors in terms of performance so far in 2018, and they are expected to continue this success for the remainder of the year.
XLI is at a point with a lot of overhead resistance, and has been making a down-slanting trend, with tops lower than the previous tops.
February’s pullback seems to have broken the bullish spell that had enveloped Wall Street, and now investors have to start doing their homework again.
Donald Trump announced plans to impose tariffs on Steel and Aluminum imports. Compare Brokers...
The U.S. dollar is dropping again following comments from U.S. Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin. This will likely impact the market, but non-currency traders may not know that this doesn’t usually equate to a bad/ good dollar.
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