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I have found over the years that if you are bullish look to the strongest sectors rather than the major averages others are concentrating on. On the other hand if you are bearish look toward the weakest ones. The following link contains another link that will open the list (ordered by ticker). If you would like just copy/paste to your spreadsheet program. 80 Sector & Industry ETFs Good Trading Bill __________________ Trading is NOT about being right or wrong. Trading IS about managing money! http//www.prudenttrader.com
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Thanks Bill for your continued updates and contributions.
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