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Sector Rotation Model - SRM

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The sector rotation model or SRM is a trading indicator described by Giorgos Siligardos in an article in the traders' magazine.

The sector rotation model is based on several sectors represented by the following exchange traded funds:
XLY: Consumer Discret Select Sector SPDR
XLF: Financial Select Sector SPDR
XLE: Energy Select Sector SPDR
XLU: Utilities Select Sector SPDR
XLP: Consumer Staples Select Sector SPDR

Because the stock market often leads the economy by few months, when energy, utilities and consumer staples stocks outperform the market, investors and portfolio managers expect a weakening economy and a bear market. When Consumer Discret and Financial stocks are outperforming the market, investors expect a market bottom followed by a bull market and a possible recovery in the economic activity.

The goal of this indicator is to provide a macro view of the economic cycle and thus help traders analyze stock indices.

To plot the sector rotation model in a chart, type the following formula: (Right click on a pane then select "Edit Formula")
a = Srm(50);
Plot(a, "SRM", colorRed, ChartBar, StyleSymbolNone);

More information about the sector rotation model can be found here:
http://www.traders.com/index.php/sac-magazine/current-contents/feature-articles/85-market-analysis/1653-applying-the-sector-rotation-model
http://www.financialsense.com/contributors/ryan-puplava/sector-rotation-tells-the-tale


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