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Despite some individual names being taken out and shot, the consumer discretionary sector (XLY)...

Despite some individual names being taken out and shot, the consumer discretionary sector (XLY) continues a near year-long trend of outperforming the S&P, notes Bespoke. The weakest sectors - energy (XLE), industrials (XLI), materials (XLB) - suggest maybe slowing in China is driving macro more than events in Europe.
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  • wapiti
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    You can think Cramer, CNBC, Investors Business Daily, HFT, and all the "greater fools" who subscribe to that style of investing. Markets are rigged these days. Where's the SEC?
    22 May 2012, 12:25 PM Reply Like
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