SPDR Industrial E.T.F.

XLI-N

NYSEARCA:XLI

77.82
0.59 (0.76%)

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WAIT
WAIT
May 22, 2020

Industrial US ETF? In the US industrial sector he sees it as being a tough place to be lately. He would look at some of the BMO family of ETFs. You have to be careful that you are not too concentrated (ie. Boeing). He has owned XLI. He has a neutral view on the space and would probably wait.

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Industrial US ETF? In the US industrial sector he sees it as being a tough place to be lately. He would look at some of the BMO family of ETFs. You have to be careful that you are not too concentrated (ie. Boeing). He has owned XLI. He has a neutral view on the space and would probably wait.

DON'T BUY
DON'T BUY
April 1, 2020
ETFs do offer a basket of stocks, but we are going to see pressure on free cash flows in revenues for these companies. Quality of individual companies will be very important going forward. Holding ETFs may prove to be a disservice going forward. Analysts are expecting the Industrial sector earnings to be off 20% in Q2 -- second worst, only to energy down 27%. This is not a sector he is interested in right now. He would prefer to wait and pick up individual companies when the recovery begins.
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ETFs do offer a basket of stocks, but we are going to see pressure on free cash flows in revenues for these companies. Quality of individual companies will be very important going forward. Holding ETFs may prove to be a disservice going forward. Analysts are expecting the Industrial sector earnings to be off 20% in Q2 -- second worst, only to energy down 27%. This is not a sector he is interested in right now. He would prefer to wait and pick up individual companies when the recovery begins.
PAST TOP PICK
PAST TOP PICK
December 4, 2018
(A Top Pick Nov 20/17, Up 1%) Likes this because it focuses on industrials, getting away from energy, financials and materials which dominate the TSX. This offers diversification.
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(A Top Pick Nov 20/17, Up 1%) Likes this because it focuses on industrials, getting away from energy, financials and materials which dominate the TSX. This offers diversification.
COMMENT
COMMENT
December 7, 2017

SPDR Industrial (XLI-N) or SPDR Technology (XLK-N)? He likes the industrial space and the technology area as well. If you are asking for a very timely standpoint, technology came down a little in the last week or so, so he would probably buy XLK-N right now. He wouldn’t necessarily buy this one just for tax reform and corporate tax cuts. That’s something which would help earnings, and will certainly help a lot of industrial names.

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SPDR Industrial (XLI-N) or SPDR Technology (XLK-N)? He likes the industrial space and the technology area as well. If you are asking for a very timely standpoint, technology came down a little in the last week or so, so he would probably buy XLK-N right now. He wouldn’t necessarily buy this one just for tax reform and corporate tax cuts. That’s something which would help earnings, and will certainly help a lot of industrial names.

TOP PICK
TOP PICK
November 20, 2017

This has some of his favourite stuff in it, such as defence stocks, plus a lot of industrial stuff.

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This has some of his favourite stuff in it, such as defence stocks, plus a lot of industrial stuff.

PAST TOP PICK
PAST TOP PICK
December 13, 2016

(A Top Pick Oct 27/16. Up 12.15%.) Chart shows a consolidation phase running from April through to October inclusive, then getting hit with the Trump Bump. It has run up a lot. Structurally he still thinks it is good. The next seasonal period goes from January 23 to May 5. If it becomes a little bit weaker, who consider exiting, and look for it to come back in the 2nd seasonal period.

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(A Top Pick Oct 27/16. Up 12.15%.) Chart shows a consolidation phase running from April through to October inclusive, then getting hit with the Trump Bump. It has run up a lot. Structurally he still thinks it is good. The next seasonal period goes from January 23 to May 5. If it becomes a little bit weaker, who consider exiting, and look for it to come back in the 2nd seasonal period.

TOP PICK
TOP PICK
October 27, 2016

Manufacturing in the US tends to do well from Oct 28 until the end of the year. It is up 7% average in that time. It outperforms the S&P 78% of the time. It is setting up a case for a positive breakout possibly until the end of May.

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Manufacturing in the US tends to do well from Oct 28 until the end of the year. It is up 7% average in that time. It outperforms the S&P 78% of the time. It is setting up a case for a positive breakout possibly until the end of May.

COMMENT
COMMENT
February 13, 2015

SPDR Technology (XLK-N) or SPDR Industrial (XLI-N)? If you are going to invest primarily in seasonals, you want to be more into industrials rather than technology. Industrials enter this next leg of period of seasonal strength from about mid January all the way to May. Charts are showing higher highs and higher lows. His preference would be this one.

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SPDR Technology (XLK-N) or SPDR Industrial (XLI-N)? If you are going to invest primarily in seasonals, you want to be more into industrials rather than technology. Industrials enter this next leg of period of seasonal strength from about mid January all the way to May. Charts are showing higher highs and higher lows. His preference would be this one.

PAST TOP PICK
PAST TOP PICK
December 23, 2014

(A Top Pick Oct 28/14. Up 5.75%.) Picked this up Oct 27 and just recently sold it, because the industrial sector can have a little bit of weakness in January. However, it has another seasonal period coming up Jan 23 to May 5.

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(A Top Pick Oct 28/14. Up 5.75%.) Picked this up Oct 27 and just recently sold it, because the industrial sector can have a little bit of weakness in January. However, it has another seasonal period coming up Jan 23 to May 5.

TOP PICK
TOP PICK
October 28, 2014

This never really blows away the S&P 500, but it beats it on enough of a basis that it makes sense to do a trade. Typically you would get in now and hold it until at least the end of the year. From October 28th to the end of the year, it is up about 88% of the time, and has produced a 6% average return from 1990 to 2013.

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This never really blows away the S&P 500, but it beats it on enough of a basis that it makes sense to do a trade. Typically you would get in now and hold it until at least the end of the year. From October 28th to the end of the year, it is up about 88% of the time, and has produced a 6% average return from 1990 to 2013.

PAST TOP PICK
PAST TOP PICK
February 20, 2014

(Top Pick Oct 25/13, Up 5.80%) Does well from Oct until end of December and then end of Jan until May. He exited at end of December. Back in Now.

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(Top Pick Oct 25/13, Up 5.80%) Does well from Oct until end of December and then end of Jan until May. He exited at end of December. Back in Now.

PAST TOP PICK
PAST TOP PICK
January 3, 2014

(A Top Pick Nov 18/13. Up 3.69%.) Period of seasonal strength for industrials runs from October 28 to May 5. With materials, there can be a bit of volatility so he has stepped out of this right now. Looking to get back in more towards February. February to May would be the next seasonal run.

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(A Top Pick Nov 18/13. Up 3.69%.) Period of seasonal strength for industrials runs from October 28 to May 5. With materials, there can be a bit of volatility so he has stepped out of this right now. Looking to get back in more towards February. February to May would be the next seasonal run.

BUY
BUY
December 13, 2013

US industrials ETF? This is the one he would recommend.

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US industrials ETF? This is the one he would recommend.

TOP PICK
TOP PICK
December 4, 2013

The strongest sector in the US for the month of December is the industrial sector. Seasonality is from October 28 to the end of December, takes a bit of a break in January and then takes off again from February to May. Technically, the chart shows that it is currently outperforming the market, trending higher and above its 20 day moving average.

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The strongest sector in the US for the month of December is the industrial sector. Seasonality is from October 28 to the end of December, takes a bit of a break in January and then takes off again from February to May. Technically, the chart shows that it is currently outperforming the market, trending higher and above its 20 day moving average.

TOP PICK
TOP PICK
November 18, 2013

His Top Picks are not “Buy & Holds”. They are Seasonal Picks so there is an exit strategy. Industrials tend to gain between October 28 and May 5th generally. There is a weak period in January. This has had an average gain of 13% over the past 20 years. Technicals are positive with higher highs and higher lows and above major moving averages.

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His Top Picks are not “Buy & Holds”. They are Seasonal Picks so there is an exit strategy. Industrials tend to gain between October 28 and May 5th generally. There is a weak period in January. This has had an average gain of 13% over the past 20 years. Technicals are positive with higher highs and higher lows and above major moving averages.

TOP PICK
TOP PICK
October 25, 2013

Industrial seasonals basically are very similar to the S&P 500. Has the same seasonal starts, runs into the end of the year and then has another seasonal from January into April. Basically for the next 5 months, it tends to outperform.

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Industrial seasonals basically are very similar to the S&P 500. Has the same seasonal starts, runs into the end of the year and then has another seasonal from January into April. Basically for the next 5 months, it tends to outperform.

BUY
BUY
August 19, 2013

[XLI-N or XLF-N] It depends on what happens with QE and bank regulations. Industrials should have less volatility than financials over 1 year. Over 5 years financials should do better.

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[XLI-N or XLF-N] It depends on what happens with QE and bank regulations. Industrials should have less volatility than financials over 1 year. Over 5 years financials should do better.

COMMENT
COMMENT
June 18, 2013

Doesn’t know if he cares for this ETF so much (See Top Picks) but loves the sector. This one has about 24% aerospace and defence which is a pretty heavy weighting. It is about 12%-4.5% G General Electric (GE-N).

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Doesn’t know if he cares for this ETF so much (See Top Picks) but loves the sector. This one has about 24% aerospace and defence which is a pretty heavy weighting. It is about 12%-4.5% G General Electric (GE-N).

PAST TOP PICK
PAST TOP PICK

(Top Pick Mar 18/13, Up 3.52%)

BUY
BUY
May 3, 2013

It broke a 2-year wall of resistance earlier this year. It is having a little area of consolidation, which is normal. Doesn’t look bad.

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It broke a 2-year wall of resistance earlier this year. It is having a little area of consolidation, which is normal. Doesn’t look bad.

PAST TOP PICK
PAST TOP PICK
May 1, 2013

(A Top Pick Oct 31/12. Up 13.97%.) Did extremely well in October, November, December and into January. It was a strong market and participated in that.

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(A Top Pick Oct 31/12. Up 13.97%.) Did extremely well in October, November, December and into January. It was a strong market and participated in that.

TOP PICK
TOP PICK
March 18, 2013

Sweet spot started a week ago – beginning of March until May, average gain is about 6%. Holding above major moving averages. The numbers have backed the trend recently.

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Sweet spot started a week ago – beginning of March until May, average gain is about 6%. Holding above major moving averages. The numbers have backed the trend recently.

TOP PICK
TOP PICK
October 31, 2012

Industrial sector tends to do well, basically up until the end of the year, takes a little bit of a pause and then tends to do well until May. On average it is about 6.4% until the end of the year 82% of the time.

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Industrial sector tends to do well, basically up until the end of the year, takes a little bit of a pause and then tends to do well until May. On average it is about 6.4% until the end of the year 82% of the time.

PAST TOP PICK
PAST TOP PICK
May 3, 2012
(A Top Pick Oct 27/11. Up 8.51%.) A seasonal selection. October was the time to get into the industrial sector and now is the time to get out. Sold his holdings in December.
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(A Top Pick Oct 27/11. Up 8.51%.) A seasonal selection. October was the time to get into the industrial sector and now is the time to get out. Sold his holdings in December.
TOP PICK
TOP PICK
October 27, 2011
This is a good time for industrials. From a technical basis. You are looking for it to get to $39.10. We have broken through our resistance point. A lot of the stocks came out with very strong earnings and the sector will do very well in general.
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This is a good time for industrials. From a technical basis. You are looking for it to get to $39.10. We have broken through our resistance point. A lot of the stocks came out with very strong earnings and the sector will do very well in general.
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SPDR Industrial E.T.F.(XLI-N) Rating

Ranking : 3 out of 5

Bullish - Buy Signals / Votes : 0

Neutral - Hold Signals / Votes : 0

Bearish - Sell Signals / Votes : 1

Total Signals / Votes : 1

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SPDR Industrial E.T.F.(XLI-N) Frequently Asked Questions

What is SPDR Industrial E.T.F. stock symbol?

SPDR Industrial E.T.F. is a American stock, trading under the symbol XLI-N on the NYSE Arca (XLI). It is usually referred to as AMEX:XLI or XLI-N

Is SPDR Industrial E.T.F. a buy or a sell?

In the last year, 1 stock analyst published opinions about XLI-N. 0 analysts recommended to BUY the stock. 1 analyst recommended to SELL the stock. The latest stock analyst recommendation is WAIT. Read the latest stock experts' ratings for SPDR Industrial E.T.F..

Is SPDR Industrial E.T.F. a good investment or a top pick?

SPDR Industrial E.T.F. was recommended as a Top Pick by Mike S. Newton, CIM FCSI on 2020-05-22. Read the latest stock experts ratings for SPDR Industrial E.T.F..

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On 2020-08-14, SPDR Industrial E.T.F. (XLI-N) stock closed at a price of $77.815.