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The 5 Strongest Stocks in the Most Dominant Sectors


The top names for consumer goods, financials, heath care, industrial goods, and services.

MINYANVILLE ORIGINAL Today we are looking at the strongest stocks in the five most dominant sectors: Consumer goods, financials, heath care, industrial goods, and services. We like to pay close attention to sector rotation, which gives plenty of insight into the defensive or offensive shift the market is making.

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Baxter International (NYSE:BAX) is one of the strongest heath care names as measured by our algorithm. This company is in the news today; Baxter will buy privately-held Swedish firm Gambro in a $2.76 billion deal, and the stock was up in the pre-market. The name is coming off of being Oversold.

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Visa (NYSE:V), which is one of the strongest names in the services sector, is also approaching Oversold. If you have been long below $120, reducing exposure is prudent.

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Flowserve (NYSE:FLS), which is one of the strongest names in the industrial sector, is not Overbought and looks to be a good play for broad market outperformance.

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Franklin Resources (NYSE:BEN) is one of the strongest names within the financial sector. The global investment management organization has been extremely strong since August.

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Lastly, we have ConAgra Foods (NYSE:CAG), which is one of the strongest names within the consumer goods sector.

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