For Growth Investors, there were a few shocking days over the past months where the indexes went up but our portfolios went sideways or down. There's no worse feeling than having the market go up and have your portfolio go down.
The cause was sector rotations as investors moved into "discounted" stocks that were hit the worst during the market crash of 2020...
The SPDR Health Care ETF broke above its pre-Covid highs on July 17. Now it’s pulled back and is bouncing at those old levels. Is a stealth breakout taking place?
XLV has also formed a bullish ascending triangle, which it’s broken to the upside.
Health care is interesting because it lost more than 1 million workers amid the coronavirus lockdowns (according to...
1. Weekly demand zone confirmed
2. 15 min Chart double bottom formed
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Target 2: 86; risk:reward=1:5
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Congress's coronavirus stimulus deal reached Friday night included a provision requiring health insurers to bear the full cost of coronavirus test kits and to waive copays. The federal government will pay the cost for the uninsured. This will probably hurt health insurers Monday, though it might be good for service providers.
Here's another piece of bad news:...
Hi, today we are going to talk about Health Care Select Sector SPDR Fund ETF and its current landscape.
The opioid crisis has been plaguing the U.S at the most for nearly two years now. With scary numbers like the record of 47,600* overdose deaths caused by opioids in 2017 but the number seems to start slowdown since 2018 were the war against opioids gained some...