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Allocation Models

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Analyze asset allocation and optimization decisions from the three lenses of allocation indicators, proxy portfolio performance and asset class returns under varying scenarios of growth and inflation.

Allocation Models

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Analyze asset allocation and optimization decisions from the three lenses of allocation indicators, proxy portfolio performance and asset class returns under varying scenarios of growth and inflation.

Macro Dashboard

UNITED STATES - Macroeconomic Data & Trends

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MATERIALS Sector Dashboard

Sector Drivers for Materials Stocks

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Sector drivers depict key revenue and cost proxies such as components of price, volume and cost of goods sold or alternative data that are correlated with the movement of these PnL drivers for the sector. Use these to assess whether operating conditions are changing or stable. Also linked are bellwether stocks for the sector, that other sector participants typically take a lead from and sector specific news. Bellwether stocks are presented as indications for the sector & do not constitute recommendations.

Functions
Daily Briefing
Research Desk
Charting
Macro Trends
Ideas
Screener
Thesis Creator
Earnings Cal
Excess Returns

Sectors
Tech
Consumer
Industrials
Health Care
Financials
Materials
Comm Services
Utilities
Real Estate

Geographies
US/ Nth Am
Europe
China Asia Pac
Japan

External Tools
Factset Podcasts
Insiders
Analyst Changes
Fund Holdings
Trending Stocks

Materials Sector (& Sub-sector) Excess Return: (return relative to benchmark)

Chart Materials sector (or sub sector) indices (proxied by their ETF) against the S&P 500 index (SPY proxy) to measure relative performance. Use watchlist on right to select primary security per legend descriptions below. Select "%" on bottom right for the percentage performance measure on Y-axis. Individual sub sector ETFs also provided in bottom half of watch list to chart absolute performance.

1. Materials Sector vs SPY (XLB/SPY, default)

2. Gold ETF vs SPY (GDX/SPY)

3. Metals & Mining ETF vs SPY (XME/SPY)

4. Steel ETF vs SPY (SLX/SPY)

5. Rare Earth ETF vs SPY (REMX/SPY)

6. Timber/Forestry ETF vs SPY (WOOD/SPY)

Charts & Data by TradingView.com

Steel Making
Base & Precious Metals
Battery Mateials
Cost drivers

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