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April 21, 2014
08:46 EDTXLYConsumer Discretionary Sector SPDR: Pivot points
The following are the pivot points for XLY. Pivot High: $64.115, Pivot Low: $63.635. These were calculated using the DeMark method. It is generally believed to be bullish when price breaks out above the pivot high or bearish when price breaks down below the pivot low.
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July 2, 2015
08:46 EDTXLYConsumer Discretionary Sector SPDR: Pivot points
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July 1, 2015
08:46 EDTXLYConsumer Discretionary Sector SPDR: Pivot points
The following are the pivot points for XLY. Pivot High: $76.700, Pivot Low: $75.940. These were calculated using the DeMark method. It is generally believed to be bullish when price breaks out above the pivot high or bearish when price breaks down below the pivot low.
June 30, 2015
08:46 EDTXLYConsumer Discretionary Sector SPDR: Pivot points
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June 29, 2015
08:46 EDTXLYConsumer Discretionary Sector SPDR: Pivot points
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June 26, 2015
08:46 EDTXLYConsumer Discretionary Sector SPDR: Pivot points
The following are the pivot points for XLY. Pivot High: $77.807, Pivot Low: $77.322. These were calculated using the DeMark method. It is generally believed to be bullish when price breaks out above the pivot high or bearish when price breaks down below the pivot low.
June 25, 2015
08:46 EDTXLYConsumer Discretionary Sector SPDR: Pivot points
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June 24, 2015
08:46 EDTXLYConsumer Discretionary Sector SPDR: Pivot points
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June 23, 2015
08:46 EDTXLYConsumer Discretionary Sector SPDR: Pivot points
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June 22, 2015
08:46 EDTXLYConsumer Discretionary Sector SPDR: Pivot points
The following are the pivot points for XLY. Pivot High: $77.690, Pivot Low: $77.210. These were calculated using the DeMark method. It is generally believed to be bullish when price breaks out above the pivot high or bearish when price breaks down below the pivot low.

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