The Fred Report - Sector Review August 2010

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Our OVERWEIGHTS remain XLY, IYW. Consumer Discretionary has been strong since the bear market low in 2009. Our UNDERWEIGHTS are XLF and XLV. The Financial stocks have petered out, recent earnings have disappointed, and the XLF looks to be in a trading range.  In our EQUAL WEIGHTS, watch the XLE carefully. Right now these stocks are reacting to news much more than technical factors and there might be some changes as seasonal strength ends. 

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