Looking at the charts, I like Edison International, National Grid and PG&E.
The long-term uptrend and the improved technical indicators have us poised to go long.
In a longer-term perspective, the price action this year looks like a correction in an ongoing bull.
History shows us that in 4 different occasions, the $15 area has been a buying opportunity.
With the trend down and our favorite indicators bearish, we look for further declines for the SPDR Utilities Sector ETF.
Many consider utilities the 'front end' of the market, and we should monitor them for clues to the overall market and cyclical turns.
The utilities ETF's longer-term chart isn't very pretty.
The sector's dividends won't tempt investors as interest rates rise.
This stock isn't done correcting, and that's actionable.
ETP's chart shows a breakout from its one-month range.

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