SECTORS Category

    Sector SPDRs

    If you can't decide which stock to buy in a particular sector, a Sector SPDR may be a good option to consider. It's like buying the top 10 companies all in one ETF.

    Communications Sector

    The Communications Sector is a interconnected industry using various forms of communications like terrestrial, satellite, and wireless transmission systems.

    Consumer Discretionary Sector

    The Consumer Discretionary Sector are companies that sell goods and services that are considered "non-essential" by consumers, but desirable if their available income is sufficient to purchase them.

    Consumer Staples Sector

    The Consumer Staples Sector are companies that provide goods and services that people use on a daily basis, like food, clothing, or other personal products.

    Energy Sector

    The Energy Sector is includes all of the industries involved in the production and sale of energy, including fuel extraction, manufacturing, refining and distribution.

    Financials Sector

    The Financials Sector consists of institutions that provide financial services to commercial and retail customers like banks, investment companies, insurance companies and real estate firms.

    Health Care Sector

    The Healthcare Sector consists of companies that offer medical services, manufacture medical equipment, drugs and medical insurance.

    Industrials Sector

    The Industrials Sector includes companies that manufacture and sell industrial and commercial equipment and services, transportation and distribution operations.

    Materials Sector

    The Materials Sector is includes stocks involved in the discovery, development and processing of raw materials like mining and metal refining, chemical products and forestry products.

    Real Estate Sector

    The Real Estate Sector is comprised of both residential and commercial real estate. The residential side focuses on the buying and selling of properties used as homes, while the commercial side focuses on real estate used for business purposes like malls or office buildings.

    Technology Sector

    The Technology Sector consists of businesses that manufacture electronics like computers or smart phones as well as develop enterprise software.

    Utilities Sector

    The Utilities Sector refers companies that provide critically important amenities like water, electricity and natural gas.


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    Buyers have pushed these symbols to the top of the 52 week price range.





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    Buyers have pushed these symbols to their best levels ever.