Utility stocks generally have an inverse relationship to interest rates, particularly long-term rates.
Let's fill our eco-friendly water bottle and take a look at the charts and indicators.
It is great to see two or more investment strategies with similar conclusions.
Let's check out CWEN's charts and indicators.
The iShares U.S. Real Estate exchange-traded fund IYR looks quite good, as Tuesday's move pushes it above recent resistance at $92.50 -- here's how to play it.
Prices are pointed down.
D is one of the stocks in the utility sector that Jim Cramer points out you can buy as the trade war continues.
With 107 new highs for Nasdaq, we saw only 37 more new highs than new lows: Poor odds for picking stocks.
Let's check the charts and indicators before suggesting a strategy.
The Utes typically top out before the major indexes do, so they are a warning sign when they start to go down -- on Wednesday they lost 2% in their biggest daily loss since January, yet few seemed to fuss over it.