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This morning, all of the leading airline stocks are trading higher. This sector has been fairly strong since mid-March 2012. This is exact time when oil topped out after trading as high as $110.00 a barrel. As you all know, oil is the largest expense for an airline outside of labor costs. Today, light sweet crude is trading lower by 0.72 cents to $82.60 a barrel. ...
All of the leading airline stocks are catching a small bid higher despite the overall stock market weakness. The catalyst for the strong airline sector is obviously the weak oil prices. Light sweet crude has declined lower by more $20.00 a barrel since topping out on March 1, 2012 at $110.55 a barrel. Should oil start to catch a bid higher it would be prudent to expect the leading airline stocks to .... Continue reading here: http://bit.ly/L2zVe6
Many of the leading transportation stocks are trading higher today. This leading sector has been extremely weak since May 3, 2012. Today, the important iShares Dow Jones Transport. Avg. (ETF) (NYSEARCA:IYT) is trading higher by $1.15 to $92.41 a share. Short term traders should watch for intra-day resistance around the $92.60, and $93.10 levels.
One of the most important stock sectors that any trader or investor can follow is the transportation sector. Many investors will look at the transportation sector as a sign of market strength and economic expansion when the sector trades higher. On the flip side, when the transportation sector trades lower it is usually viewed as a sign of economic contraction.
This morning, the important and highly followed iShares Dow Jones Transportation Average ETF (NYSEARCA:IYT) is trading lower by $1.84 to $91.52 a share. This is a 2.00 percent decline for the major transportation index. Traders and investors will usually follow the transport index very closely as a sign of economic growth and contraction.
The important and highly followed Dow Jones Transportation Index ETF (NYSEARCA:IYT) has rallied higher since April 10, 2012 when it traded as low as $90.45 a share. This morning the IYT is trading higher by 0.03 cents to $94.69 a share. This ETF looks to have very good resistance around the $95.00 to $96.00 levels.
All of the leading transportation stocks are coming under early selling pressure. The iShares Dow Jones Transport Average (ETF) (NYSEARCA:IYT) is trading lower by 41.00 to $91.52 a share. Yesterday, the IYT sold off sharply lower; today the important sector ETF is continuing to fall at the start of the day. Short term traders should watch for intra-day support around the $91.00 and $90.50 levels.
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The Dow Jones Transportation ETF (NYSEARCA:IYT) is one of the most important charts that any trader can follow. Many investors believe that the transportation index should lead or confirm the Dow Jones Industrial Average in order for the markets to continue to climb. Lately, the IYT has pulled back from it recent high made on March 19, 2012 at $96.22.