Sectors That Look Due to Rotate

On Wednesday, I wrote about several stocks that are attractive buy candidates for longer-term traders and investors. The stocks I wrote about are far removed from the high-dividend payers that are most favored by many strategists these days. They traverse multiple sectors, from energy and technology to the farm belt and the automotive industry.

While many individual issues look attractive, some industry sectors look frothy and vulnerable to additional downside. Tops on my list are the homebuilders, which have rallied sharply over recent weeks in hopes that a housing recovery is at hand. Unfortunately, the existing-home sales data released on Wednesday showed a huge downward revision to the December estimate, so the level of activity through January was much lighter than the market anticipated....495 more words left in this article. To read them, just click below and try Real Money FREE for 14 days.

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