Upside Target Met In SPDR Consumer Staples Sector ETF (XLP)
Posted on: Tuesday, February 21st, 2017
The SPDR Consumer Staples Sector ETF (XLP) has traded as high as 55.07 this morning, meeting our 55.00 upside target first mentioned in our February 6th Keys To This Week report, to capture a $2.00 per share, 4% advance in about 2 weeks.
Here is the chart from our February 6th report.
XLP daily: July 2016 through February 3rd
Here is the updated version of that chart as of this morning.
XLP daily: July 2016 through February 21st AM
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