Financial Movers Podcast #30
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What’s on the agenda:
Overview of market
Last monday's episode #29, I gave you all ½ (5/11) of the FMovers stock watchlist. Follow up on the three stock that I said we’d be watching (ICE,CERN,JNJ)
Extension to the FMovers stock watchlist, the other six sectors
BTC making a move, my game plan
-maybe this is the rotation, (chart in episode #27)
- Leading the market: Info Tech, Consumer Disc, Communication services
-Now, financials are coming on, health care is on fire, and energy looks like it could be getting near bottom.
-Don’t forget, in last Monday’s episode (episode #29), I gave you the first half of FMovers stock watchlist, which has financials (ICE), health care (Cerner), energy (CXO).
1. How are our three stocks playing out from Monday?
It’s a watchlist. Have you been watching? ICE, CERN, JNJ
$96.06 +1.9% since monday
$72.06 +0.89% since monday
RSI dangerous. Support needed.
3. Financial Mover Stock Watchlist:
There’s 11 sectors in the equities market. Last episode I gave five, now I’m giving you the other six.
DUK: most recent yield - (4.6%), consistently over 4% since 2012, averages (4.6%). NI $3.7B (consistently topping $2B since 2013)
I covered all utilities on my Financial Movers Index (EPISODE #19), I have 7 companies total