Monthly momentum (blue circle) is turning down for the first
time on the Bank Index since 2001.

Philadelphia KBW Banks Index (BKX)
click for larger chart


Source: Technimentals 

The BKX Index tested its previously broken trend line on
Friday and held those lows. Any break below Friday’s low (97.59)
would turn the short-term trend back down as well.


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2 Responses to “Chart of the Week: Philadelphia KBW Banks Index (BKX)”

  1. Barry,

    Just take a look at the RKH (Regional Bank Holders), if you think its seen a pullback, wait till later this year, its really going to get beat like drum.

    Mr. Naybob

  2. Rico Maraldi says:

    a house is not a home

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