Sector Focus

Sector Focus is published twice per month. One of the emails will be “Sector Focus” the market and sector analysis and commentary and the other will be Featured Sector of the Month.

Chris Rowe uses our market data and tools to identify the strongest and the weakest sectors in the financial markets.

He tells you which of the sector ETFs can be considered for the trade and even dives into individual stocks within those sectors.

So you’ll get guidance on how risky each of the 6 major asset classes is. He shows you when institutions are in buy-mode or selling-mode in each of the asset classes and which sectors, within the asset class, to focus.

Sector Focus is the name of the program and the name of the monthly market and sector analysis/commentary.

Members of Sector Focus also receive a Featured Sector of the Month video. The video focuses on ONE SECTOR that stands out as one that institutions have shown interest in accumulating.

Chris Rowe gives you one ETF that’s most closely tied to the group and at the same time is showing characteristics of being one of the best in the peer group.

He also breaks down many the individual positions that make up the top 10 holdings of the ETF, one by one. The video is usually 7 – 15 minutes.

You’ll receive two emails per month, two weeks apart. Every other week you’ll either receive a Featured Sector of the Month of the Market and Sector Commentary, Sector Focus.

Rowe generally seeks to write about the markets when it makes most sense. So sometimes it will be a bit off schedule. But typically on the second Monday of every month, Chris Rowe publishes that sector analysis and general financial market analysis (Sector Focus).

The sector analysis goes to the heart of Rowe Research/True Market Mavens LLC investment approach as well as the philosophy, which governs the algorithm, used by Sector Prophets, to detect institutional buying and selling.

In the general financial market analysis, Rowe also discusses several financial markets and how the “intermarket relationships” affect one another.

For example, the fact that the European central bank, the ECB, is keeping their interest rates influences the U.S. Treasury rates, keeping them low. At the same time, because the ECB initiated a “Quantitative Easing” program, the euro is pressure lower, which pressures the U.S. dollar higher. And because the U.S. dollar is pressured higher and commodities are priced in U.S. dollars, it caused the price of oil to decline.

The idea is to stay safe and diversified but also to generate profits when the very popular U.S. stock market is weak.

The following chart breaks the global financial market down into 13 categories, with large-cap U.S. stocks represented by the light blue color, horizontally across the center of the image.

Notice how the U.S. stock market is typically not among the top performing asset classes each year. It’s best to have an understanding of the other asset classes instead of being pigeon holed in U.S. stocks, at the mercy of high volatility.

Rowe also keeps it simple by breaking down charts of the various asset class benchmarks and tells you which sector is gaining strength.

We can’t possibly describe everything that Rowe brings to these commentaries but when you sign up, you have a 60-day money back guarantee. You also get to look at past archived articles and videos. So feel free to sign up and see if you like it and cancel if you don’t. It’s that simple.

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