The Fred Report - Sector Review February 2017

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XLI has the strongest accumulation model of any sector, and has not been a popular choice. It is breaking out. We think that growth could come from the Industrial sector in 2017, particularly if there are some infrastructure renewal measures.  XLF, of course, benefits from higher rates and the anemic rally in TLT in the face of a monthly buy signal suggests 2017 will be a tough year for bonds.

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