This Newsletter Helps You To Invest More Like Big Money And Less Like Joe P. Retail.
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OK. Big Money Good, Joe P. Retail Bad. Got it.
So, why the terrible name? ETF Select?
Well, here’s why. Because a very effective Big Money method is to rotate into and out of industry sectors on a serial basis, buying low, selling high, moving on. The kid at the bus stop can tell you about growth vs. value but Big Money takes the game to a whole new level.
So, we use sector ETF analysis to watch where Big Money is likely accumulating positions for the long term, and where those same Big Money folks are likely selling down positions.
We write this newsletter to keep you up to date on the major sector rotations to help you tag along with Big Money. Rather than hanging with Joe P. Retail, who is usually buying what Big Money is selling, and selling what Big Money is buying.
In 2022 so far, energy has hogged all the money. ALL the money. It’s been an extreme form of sector rotation, and the trend is likely now ending, as you can see. The chart below shows sector performance from 1 Jan 2022 to 29 Jun 2022.
Now, as 2022 rolls on, that capital is likely coming out of energy and heading elsewhere. This newsletter helps you track where it is going and how to play along to good effect. We cover all the major sector ETFs and plenty of minor ones too.
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About Cestrian Capital Research, Inc
We’re an SEC-regulated independent investment research business. Based in Newport Beach, California, we’re a full service shop covering market direction, sector rotation trends, single-stock names in the technology, space and defense sectors, and plenty more besides. You can read more about us at our website.
Cestrian Capital Research, Inc - 30 June 2022.