The Dow Jones Travel and Leisure stocks Index (DJUSTT) is drastically underperforming The S&P 500 Index. On relative strength moving averages, the 50 day is 10% below the 200 day. See stock chart below.
Here is a quote from a Yahoo writer in an article today focused on Hyatt Hotels:
Why it matters: The vacation travel market remains optimistic about future growth, despite the resurgent coronavirus pandemic.
Bill Ackman spac Pershing Square ETF is underperforming
The Pershing Square ETF (PSTH) is drastically underperforming The S&P 500 Index (SPX), on both the 50 and 200 day relative strength moving averages. But, the big website, that starts with a Y, is quick to point out that Mr. Ackman is a billionaire.
Franco-Nevada Corporation $FNV (FNV) last week began to outperform the S&P 500 Index (SPX), on a relative strength basis. The stock is trading in excess of the S&P 500 on both the 50 day and 200 day moving average. The stock chart below shows the relationship to the S&P on the 200 day average. Of the approximately 50 US listed precious metals stocks that we monitor, there are two stocks outperforming the S&P, Corvus Gold (KOR) and Franco, on the 200 day relative strength. Comments welcome.
Gold and silver, and gold mining and silver mining equities, including small caps and explorers, continue on Avoid. In this article, we look at The Gold ETF $GLD (GLD), and, The Silver ETF $SLV (SLV) , relative strength versus The S&P 500 Index $SPY (SPY).
The S&P 500 Index ETF (SPY) is trading in excess of 40% annualized over the 50 day moving average, and, in excess of 30% annualized over the 200 day moving average. The Nasdaq 100 Index ETF $QQQ (QQQ) is trading above The SPY on both averages.
Both The Gold ETF (GLD), and, The Silver ETF (SLV) are trading under the SPY on both the 50 and 200 day averages. A trendinvesting, or trendfollowing, sign of strength, while the S&P 500 Index ETF (SPY) maintains an Uptrend, or Bull Market, gold and silver would gain relative strength, trading over the SPY on a 50 day average. That’s just one way to do this. There are many other ways.
The S&P 500 Index (SPX) $SPX relative strength tends to hug and bounce off of a 30% annualized rate growth over a 200 day average. When it dips below, it is vulnerable to a correction and/or consolidation. As of Fridays’ close the index is 1.1% above this trend. See chart below. Comments welcome.
The S&P 500 Index ETF (SPY) $SPY closed the week tracking along the 50 day moving average in excess of 30% annualized, and along the the 200 day moving average in excess of 30% annualized. So we’ll establish the 30% annualized as a benchmark, and compare Europe, Asia, and Latin America ETFs.
This table compares ETFs vs. the 30% annualized model: