Sector Performance During Quantitative Easing

Here’s a look at how different Japanese stock sectors performed when they used quantitative easing (3/19/2001 ‐ 3/9/2006):

Basic Resources……………………………….130.0%
Insurance………………………………………..129.2%
Oil & Gas…………………………………………120.5%
Chemicals…………………………………………90.4%
Autos & Parts…………………………………….72.6%
Utilities……………………………………………..62.0%
Financial Services……………………………….59.2%
Retail………………………………………………..48.2%
Industrial Goods & Services………………….48.2%
Construction Materials…………………………41.6%
Personal & Household Goods………………..38.5%
Banks………………………………………………..36.7%
Food & Beverage…………………………………24.4%
Travel & Leisure…………………………………..19.4%
Health Care…………………………………………-8.7%
Media………………………………………………..-10.0%
Telecom…………………………………………….-10.6%
Technology………………………………………..-26.2%
(Source: Ned Davis Research)

This is another reason why I strongly favor commodity stocks right now

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