Utilities Select Sector SPDR is in position for a move down.
The short-term chart favors a re-test of the recent lows.
Lack of fresh water is a more pressing problem than acknowledged.
Fears of rate hikes have hurt utilities, so it's time to buy.
Income investors can selectively wade back into the space.
Some will fight a losing battle against solar power.

Water Utility Is Pouring It On Real Money Pro($)

Going for growth amid industry challenge.
Let's find where its support is.
The sector is less sensitive than others to consumer demand.
I am undecided.

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