International Business Machines Corp.
- ExchangeNew York Stock Exchange
- SectorSoftware & Computer Services
- CountryUnited States
Examining Prior Extended Periods Despite our concerns regarding the growing performance disparity between the haves (e.g., Technology, FAANG, mega-caps, growth) and the have nots (e.g., Materials, Energy, small-caps, value), the silver lining continues to be that the latter group is not breaking down on an absolute (price) basis. Due to this fact along with several observations highlighted below, we remain bullish. Continue to buy the dips. • Sector Relative Strength Rankings & Weighting Recommendations. Cap-weighted growth Sectors Technology, Services, Discretionary, and Communications cont...
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