Financials Breakout

Financial Breakout

The Financial Sector gave us the breakout we had been waiting to happen, with the Financial Select Sector SPDR® ETF (XLF) moving up by almost 1.20 percent to $25.20. In my latest premium video, we discuss the breakout, and what means for the group going forward.

You can watch the video here: Financials Breakout As We Expected


Technology continues to perform well, despite Alphabet (GOOGL) falling modestly today following its second quarter results. The Technology Select Sector SPDR® ETF (XLK), managed to eek out mostly flat day, despite Alphabet falling by around 3 percent.
XLK Price Chart

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Biotech stocks fell modestly with the iShares Nasdaq Biotechnology ETF (IBB) lower by 1 percent dragged down for the most part by Biogen (BIIB) after reporting results that beat on the top and bottom while outlining a growth plan going forward.
IBB Price Chart

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