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Sector Rotation Can Turbocharge Your Portfolio!

 


Sector rotation is a strategy used by stock traders to take advantage of changing market conditions by investing in specific sectors of the economy that are expected to outperform others.

The idea behind sector rotation is that certain industries or sectors of the market will perform better at different points in the economic cycle.

For example, during a period of economic expansion, sectors such as technology, consumer discretionary, and industrial may perform well. On the other hand, during a period of economic contraction, defensive sectors such as healthcare, utilities, and consumer staples may outperform.

Traders using sector rotation strategies may invest in exchange-traded funds (ETFs) or individual stocks within specific sectors that are expected to perform well in the current economic environment!  They may also adjust their portfolio  allocations  to take advantage of new opportunities.

Sector Rotation is a useful strategy for traders looking to maximize their returns by investing in sectors that are likely to outperform the broader market.

ie:  Currently, sector rotation has gone into Biotechnology (RETA, ISEE); Casinos (LVS, WYNN), and Consumer Staples (MCD, CMG, PEP, KO). 

Last month's strongest sectors were Home Builders (PHM, LEN, BZH), Oil (USO, EOG, OIL), and Commodities-Gold (GDX, GOLD, AU, NEM)

We were able to capitalize on these particular stocks by knowing the rotation of the  strongest sectors.

Reviewing sector ETFs, and stocks within the ETFs can help traders determine the the strong sectors.  

 

Successful Trading! 

Suzan 



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