The consumer staples ETF has a positive weekly chart and thus has an overweight rating.
There are no safe havens in the stock market when all 11 S&P sector ETFs have negative weekly charts.
The 11 S&P sector ETFs lack leadership as 9 of 11 have underweight ratings.
Each of 11 S&P sectors has its own ETF: 1 is rated Underweight and 10 are rated Overweight.
9 of 11 S&P sector ETFs have underweight ratings as materials set new 2018 low.
The 11 S&P sectors continue to be led by consumer discretionary, technology and health care.
The 11 S&P sectors are led by consumer discretionary, technology and health care.
Equity ETFs Straddle Annual Pivots
Markets In Japan, China And Germany Remain In Correction Territory
Oracle $ORCL Opens Below My Semiannual Pivot At $47.61
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