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    S&P 500 Sectors and Industry Groups and Market Indicators

    S&P 500 Sectors and Industry Groups
    A group of index symbols that covers the sectors and key industry groups in the S&P 500. Examples: S&P 500 Energy Sector Index ($SPEN), S&P 500 Media Industry Group ($GSPME).
    S&P GSCI Indices
    A group of commodity-based indices covering the major commodity groups. These include energy, agriculture, precious metals, livestock and industrial metals. Examples: S&P GSCI Precious Metals Index ($GPX), S&P GSCI Livestock Index ($GVX).
    StockCharts AD Percent
    A breadth indicator based on advances and declines. StockCharts calculates this indicator for over a dozen indices and ETFs, including the S&P 500, S&P 400, S&P 600, and all nine sector SPDRs. Examples: Gold Miners Advance-Decline Percent ($GDXADP), Technology SPDR Advance-Decline Percent ($XLKADP).
    StockCharts AD Volume Percent
    A breadth indicator based on advancing volume and declining volume. StockCharts calculates this indicator for over a dozen indices and ETFs, including the S&P 500, S&P 400, S&P 600, and all nine sector SPDRs. Examples: S&P 500 Advance-Decline Volume Percent ($SPXUDP), S&P 600 Advance-Decline Volume Percent ($SMLUDP).
    StockCharts Bullish Percent Index
    An indicator based on the percentage of stocks with P&F buy signals. StockCharts calculates this indicator for over a dozen indices, including the S&P 500, Dow Industrials and Technology Sector. Examples: Energy BPI ($BPENER), Consumer Discretionary BPI ($BPDISC).
    StockCharts Exchange Breadth
    A group of breadth indicators for the major stock exchanges, including the Nasdaq, NYSE and TSE. Indicators include net advances, net advancing volume, and net new highs. Examples: Nasdaq Advance-Decline Issues ($NAAD), NYSE Advance-Decline Volume ($NYUD), AMEX New Highs-New Lows ($AMHL).
    StockCharts High-Low Index
    A 10-day moving average of Record High Percent, which is based on new highs and new lows. This breadth indicator is calculated for the Dow Industrials, S&P 500, Nasdaq and several other indices. Examples: DJIA High-Low Index ($DOWHILO), Nasdaq 100 High-Low Index ($NDXHILO).
    StockCharts High-Low Percent
    A breadth indicator based on 52-week highs and lows. StockCharts calculates this breadth indicator for over a dozen indices and ETFs, including the S&P 500, S&P 400, S&P 600, and all nine sector SPDRs. Examples: S&P 1500 High-Low Percent ($SUPHLP), Dow Transports High-Low Percent ($DJTHLP).
    StockCharts Percent Above Moving Average
    A breadth indicator that measures the percentage of stocks above a specific moving average, such as the 50-day, 150-day or 200-day. StockCharts calculates this breadth indicator for the Dow Industrials, S&P 500, the nine S&P sectors and several other indices. Examples: S&P 500 %Above 200-day SMA ($SPXA200R), Nasdaq 100 %Above 50-day SMA ($NDXA50R).
    StockCharts Record High Percent
    A breadth indicator that shows high highs as a percentage of new highs plus new lows. This indicator is calculated for the Dow Industrials, S&P 500, Nasdaq and several other indices. Examples: NYSE Record High Percent ($RHNYA), S&P/TSX Record High Percent ($RHTSX).
    StockCharts Pseudo Symbols
    A group of symbols that automatically change when the symbol in the main charting window changes. Examples: $INDUSTRY, $ONE, $SECTOR and $SYMBOL.
    StockCharts Theoretical Indices
    A group of indices that show simulated price movements. These include an Elliott Wave sequence, head-and-shoulders patterns, sine waves and a sawtooth pattern. Examples: Elliott Wave Pattern ($THEW), Head and Shoulders Pattern ($THHS).
    US Treasury Yields
    A group of indices that cover Treasury yields across the yield curve. These start with Treasury Bills (1-, 3-, and 6-month), and end with long-term Treasury Bonds (10-, 20-, and 30-year). Examples: 1-month US Treasury Yield ($UST1M), 5-year US Treasury Yield ($UST5Y).
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