Updates coming from the previous "Banks Look Cheap vs Utilities" chart. For those who don't remember here are the flows we have been tracking:
Now it is clear US 10-year Yields are starting to withdraw again, although this time Banks vs Utilities are less affected. I have been...
If you´ve been looking around the U.S. banking sector you got to be depressed. Not one decent long setup. Sadly is that many of U.S. banks stocks are at a great discount at the moment. However they can get even much cheaper! So insted of going short in the majory of individual bank stocks i picked the KBE ETF. Could be XLF also. And the weekly TF presents a great...
By all indication the equal weighted banking KBE ETF if a good investment right now. There is a change in sentiment towards the sector and is seen as a safe place to invest before volatility returns to the equity markets.
Technical indicators on the chart are all positive and give us confidence to invest.
The KBE ETF, which tracks an equal-weighted index of U.S. banking stocks, has been rising on a very steady 1M Channel Up since the 2008 financial crisis and has recently rebounded on the latest Higher Low (RSI = 50.776, MACD = 0.640, Highs/Lows = 0.0000). This presents a good buy opportunity on banking stocks, which are expected to outperform the market in the...
50-DMA has topped out and is now sloping downwards.
The rising trend line was breached in mid-May. An attempt to take back the rising trend line failed.
We also have a bearish breakdown of the triangle formation.
The bearish price chart suggests bank stocks could lose altitude in the coming days. This goes will with the flattening of the treasury yield curve.