Don't Ignore This Chart

I just picked GE from the Relative Rotation Graph of most active stocks in the S&P 500


A good start of the day, at least for me is to go to the dashboard and look at the Top 10, most active, market movers, in the S&P 500 index. The table gives a quick idea of what has happened the previous day.

From there I open up the (daily) RRG for this universe to see if any of these tickers are showing meaningful rotational patterns.

This RRG shows the stocks that showed up this morning and the one that caught my attention is GE. Well inside the improving quadrant at roughly a 30-degree heading and close to crossing over into the improving quadrant.

More than enough reason to "Not ignore this rotation" and check out the chart(s).

General Electric Co. - GE

After a massive decline in 2017 and the beginning of 2018, the chart of GE started to stabilize on both the price and the relative chart and develop a trading range between $ 12.50 - $ 15.50. On a weekly bar-chart, this could very well turn into a big double bottom reversal.

The recent low on the daily chart above establishes the trading range and reinforced support that is building up around $ 12.50 and a similar thing is happening in relative strength against SPY.

In the near term, another rally towards the upper boundary of that range seems likely. A break beyond $ 15.50 will complete a double bottom on the weekly chart and unlock more upside potential.

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Julius de Kempenaer | RRG Research
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Julius de Kempenaer
About the author: is the creator of Relative Rotation Graphs. This unique method to visualize relative strength within a universe of securities was first launched on Bloomberg professional services terminals in January 2011 and was released on in July 2014. A graduate of the Dutch Royal Military Academy and former captain in the Dutch Air Force, Julius first began his career in the financial industry in 1990 as a portfolio manager. He is now the director/owner of RRG Research in Amsterdam. Learn More
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