For investors seeking to capitalise on return dispersion by implementing a sector rotation strategy, price momentum can be an indicator of emerging opportunities and risks. Powered by RRG® Research, the Sector ETF Momentum Map is a powerful tool that lets you see in real time how sectors are trending relative to their US, European and world benchmarks and relative to other sectors. To learn more about using the Momentum Map, please read our guide.
How it Works
The Sector ETF Momentum Map allows you to see how various segments of the economy are rotating by plotting each sector by its trend in relative strength vs. the benchmark (x axis) and momentum (y axis). Seeing all sectors on one screen allows you to quickly compare the relative trends of sectors and identify opportunities that can inform your sector investment strategy. To learn more about using the Momentum Map, please read our guide.
This tool works best when using Chrome.
Other Features of the Sector Momentum Map
See the trends in performance of sectors relative to the S&P 500, MSCI Europe or MSCI World indices
Plot up to 11 sectors at once
Animate up to seven months of historical data to see rotation trails
View daily or weekly intervals
Overlay sectors from different regions on one view
RRG® research, in association with Optuma provides the Momentum Map using end of day ETF price data as quoted on various European exchanges.
"RRG" and "Relative Rotation Graphs" are registered Trademarks owned by RRG Research.
The Sector Momentum Map is just one tool we provide investors to help them identify sectors to overweight or underweight in their portfolios.
Whether you are looking for qualitative or quantitative approaches to sector selection or proprietary insights into asset flows, we offer research-driven insights to help you capitalise on the dispersion of returns among sectors.
Delivered by the world’s first1 and largest sector ETFs provider2, State Street SPDR ETFs provide reliable, efficient strategies that investors can use to express their views with precision across the business cycle.
1 ETFs managed by State Street Global Advisors have the oldest inception dates within the US, Hong Kong, Australia, and Singapore. State Street Global Advisors launched the first ETF in the US on January 22, 1993; launched the first ETF in Hong Kong on November 11, 1999; launched the first ETF in Australia on August 24, 2001; and launched the first ETF in Singapore on April 11, 2002.
2Source: Bloomberg Finance L.P. 30 December 2022
Expiry: 31 Jan 2024