MSI 10 & MSI SECTORS

Market Strength Index of S&P Indexes and the NASDAQ100

The Market Strength Index 10 includes ten major Indexes or groups of Indexes:

  1. S&P100 – measures the strength of the Standard & Poor’s 100 Index

  2. S&P500 – measures the strength of the Standard & Poor’s 500 large-cap Index

  3. S&P400 – measures the strength of the Standard & Poor’s 400 mid-cap Index

  4. S&P600 – measures the strength of the Standard & Poor’s 600 small-cap Index

  5. NASDAQ 100 - The Nasdaq 100 Index includes the 100 largest, most actively traded U.S companies listed on the NASDAQ stock exchange. The index includes companies from various industries except for the financial industry

  6. DOW30 - The Dow Jones Industrial Average (DJIA) is an index that tracks 30 large, publicly-owned companies trading on the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) and the NASDAQ.

  7. Group of most major US Indices

  8. DOW65 - The Dow Jones 65 Composite Average is an index comprised of 65 large public companies in the industrial, transportation, and utility sectors.

  9. INDUSTRY – It includes the 104 Industries of the US Stock Market

  10. INTERNATIONAL – It includes more than 80 ETFs representing countries, groups of countries, regions etc.

For your convenience, we've split up the ten MSI into two groups:

1. The MSI of S&P100, S&P400, S&P500, S&P600, and the NASDAQ100

2. The MSI of Major Indexes, the Industry Index, the International Index, the DOW30 and the DOW65.

The Market Strength Index of the 11 US Sectors

The second group includes the MSIs of the eleven Sectors of the US Stock Market.

 

In alphabetical order these Sectors are:

  1. XLB      Materials Sector Fund

  2. XLC      Communication Services Sector Fund

  3. XLE      Energy Sector Fund

  4. XLF      Financial Sector Fund

  5. XLI      Industrial Sector Fund

  6. XLK     Technology Sector Fund

  7. XLP      Consumer Staples Sector Fund

  8. XLRE   Real Estate Sector Fund

  9. XLU     Utilities Sector Fund

  10. XLV     Health Care Sector Fund

  11. XLY     Consumer Discretionary Sector Fund