S&P 500 SECTOR SPDRS PREVIEW - SPY XLK XLF XLV XLY XLI XLP XLE XLB XLU
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BHT utilizes Technical Analysis to identify meaningful trends and important supply and demand levels in the financial markets. The following are important dynamics to consider in the S&P 500 Economic Sector SPDRs:
S&P 500 – The SPYs are overbought and trading at levels that were resistance in the past. There is resistance around the $293 level because it is where the top was in September and October.
S&P 500 – The SPYs are overbought and trading near levels that were resistance in the past. There is resistance around the $293 level because it is where the top was in September and October. If they head lower there will probably be support around $280. The $280 level is important because it was resistance during last March, June, from October through December, and again in February. It was also support throughout last July.
Technology – The XLKs broke the resistance around $76 but they are very overbought. This level should now become short-term support. There was resistance around the $76 level because this is where the highs were last August through October.
Financials – The XLFs continue to trade above the important $27 level. They are slightly overbought. The levels between $27 and $27.50 have been the top of the range since November.
Healthcare – The XLVs broke their recent downtrend after becoming extremely oversold. They are rallying off of support around $86.50. This level was the top in March and the bottom in October of 2018. A
Healthcare Short-term – The XLVs broke their recent downtrend after becoming extremely oversold. They are rallying off of support around $86.50. This level was the top in March and the bottom in October of 2018.
Consumer Discretionary – The XLYs broke the resistance around the $118 level. This is where the October highs were. They are very overbought so there will probably be some consolidation or profit-taking. There will probably be some short-term support around $118. If they break that and head lower there will probably be support around $111 because it was a resistance level from early December through March. �
Industrials – The XLIs are consolidating around the $77 level. Longer-term, there may be resistance around the $80 level because it is where the highs were in January and September of 2018. There may be support again around $71 because it is where the lows were in late 2017 and the first half of 2018.
Consumer Staples – The XLPs are testing resistance around the levels that were the highs at the end of last year. They are slightly overbought. They found support around the $50 level during the selloff at the end of December. This level was the low in 2016, and the top of the range throughout 2015.
Consumer Staples Long-term – The XLPs recently found support again around the very important $50 level. This level was the low in 2016, and the top of the range throughout 2015. It was also the bottom during this past May.
Energy – The XLEs broke their recent uptrend and support around the $66.50 level. This level had been resistance from February through early April before becoming support. This level was also support in early 2018.
Energy Long-term – The XLEs could be breaking support around the $66.50 level. This level was support a year ago. The $78 level is important long-term resistance. The levels around $55 are important long-term support.
Materials – The XLBs failed at resistance around the $58 level. This level was the bottom of the range from last June through September. They are now testing support around the $56 level. There is support at this level because it was resistance from November through March.
Utilities – The XLUs broke their recent uptrend after becoming overbought and are consolidating. There is support around the $57 level because this is where the highs were in December. In September and then again in late December and early January they found support around the $52 level.