Best & Worst Performing Stock Industries for January 28, 2020

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ENPH – Led by ticker ENPH, “Solar” was our best performing stock industry of the day, with a 3.00% gain.

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Here are today’s best and worst performing stock industries for Tuesday, January 28th, 2020.

Best Performing Stock Industries Of The Day

Perf Rtg Industry Name Avg. Day Chg. # of Stocks Avg POWR Rating
1 Solar 3.00% 14 C

Neutral
2 Medical – Health Insurance 2.80% 9 B

Buy
3 Travel – Cruises 2.38% 5 B

Buy
4 Airlines 2.23% 21 B

Buy
5 Foreign Consumer Finance 2.21% 9 B

Buy
6 Insurance – Brokers 2.16% 8 B

Buy
7 Entertainment – Toys & Video Games 2.16% 11 B

Buy
8 Homebuilders 2.11% 22 A

Strong Buy
9 Medical – Services 2.06% 65 B

Buy
10 Software – SAAS 1.98% 9 C

Neutral
11 Industrial – Textiles 1.97% 5 C

Neutral
12 Internet 1.82% 50 B

Buy
13 Auto Parts 1.74% 50 B

Buy
14 Semiconductor & Wireless Chip 1.64% 88 B

Buy
15 Medical – Hospitals 1.61% 7 B

Buy
16 Telecom – Domestic 1.59% 25 B

Buy
17 Agriculture 1.59% 23 C

Neutral
18 Auto Dealers & Rentals 1.53% 16 B

Buy
19 Software – Application 1.50% 81 A

Strong Buy
20 Entertainment – Radio 1.34% 11 B

Buy
21 Technology – Hardware 1.32% 27 A

Strong Buy
22 Insurance – Life 1.31% 25 B

Buy
23 Insurance – Reinsurance 1.29% 8 B

Buy
24 Industrial – Equipment 1.26% 57 B

Buy
25 Software – Business 1.24% 46 B

Buy
26 Travel – Hotels/Resorts 1.19% 15 B

Buy
27 Athletics & Recreation 1.09% 31 A

Strong Buy
28 Utilities – Foreign 1.09% 19 B

Buy
29 Money Center Banks 1.07% 10 B

Buy
30 Industrial – Metals 1.07% 33 B

Buy
31 Technology – Services 1.06% 46 B

Buy
32 Consumer Goods 1.02% 31 B

Buy
33 Internet – Services 1.01% 33 B

Buy
34 Fashion & Luxury 1.00% 64 B

Buy
35 Industrial – Manufacturing 0.96% 38 B

Buy
36 Real Estate Services 0.95% 39 A

Strong Buy
37 Energy – Drilling 0.94% 22 D

Sell
38 Industrial – Machinery 0.93% 59 B

Buy
39 Biotech 0.92% 331 C

Neutral
40 Air Freight & Shipping Services 0.89% 9 B

Buy
41 Foreign Banks 0.87% 44 B

Buy
42 REITs – Industrial 0.86% 21 A

Strong Buy
43 China 0.85% 117 B

Buy
44 Air/Defense Services 0.83% 66 B

Buy
45 Beverages 0.83% 28 B

Buy
46 Pacific Regional Banks 0.82% 51 B

Buy
47 Entertainment – Casinos/Gambling 0.82% 19 B

Buy
48 Industrial – Wood 0.81% 3 A

Strong Buy
49 Industrial – Services 0.80% 35 B

Buy
50 Advertising 0.80% 8 B

Buy
51 Steel 0.78% 28 C

Neutral
52 Financial Marketplaces 0.78% 5 A

Strong Buy
53 Asset Management 0.75% 45 B

Buy
54 Consumer Financial Services 0.73% 44 NR

Not Rated
55 Insurance – Accident & Supplemental 0.72% 8 B

Buy
56 REITs – Mortgage 0.70% 30 A

Strong Buy
57 REITs – Data Centers 0.70% 6 B

Buy
58 Software – Security 0.69% 23 B

Buy
59 Trucking Freight 0.67% 19 B

Buy
60 REITs – Diversified 0.63% 50 A

Strong Buy
61 Home Improvement & Goods 0.63% 66 B

Buy
62 REITs – Hotel 0.63% 18 B

Buy
63 Technology – 3D Printing 0.61% 6 B

Buy
64 Southwest Regional Banks 0.60% 29 B

Buy
65 Railroads 0.59% 14 A

Strong Buy
66 Investment Brokerage 0.57% 28 B

Buy
67 Medical – Devices & Equipment 0.56% 131 B

Buy
68 Foreign Oil & Gas 0.54% 32 B

Buy
69 Energy – Oil & Gas 0.54% 96 C

Neutral
70 Medical – Pharmaceuticals 0.51% 210 B

Buy
71 Industrial – Building Materials 0.48% 40 B

Buy
72 Technology – Electronics 0.47% 35 B

Buy
73 Utilities – Domestic 0.43% 62 A

Strong Buy
74 Entertainment – Media Producers 0.42% 18 B

Buy
75 Auto & Vehicle Manufacturers 0.41% 25 B

Buy
76 Waste Disposal 0.41% 12 A

Strong Buy
77 Insurance – Title 0.39% 6 A

Strong Buy
78 Medical – Diagnostics/Research 0.39% 58 B

Buy
79 Insurance – Property & Casualty 0.35% 56 A

Strong Buy
80 Technology – Storage 0.32% 8 B

Buy
81 Financial Services (Enterprise) 0.25% 132 A

Strong Buy
82 Outsourcing – Management Services 0.24% 6 A

Strong Buy
83 REITs – Retail 0.24% 40 B

Buy
84 REITs – Office 0.22% 16 A

Strong Buy
85 Entertainment – Broadcasters 0.22% 8 B

Buy
86 Entertainment – Sports & Theme Parks 0.20% 14 B

Buy
87 Tobacco 0.17% 8 A

Strong Buy
88 Outsourcing – Education Services 0.17% 26 C

Neutral
89 MLPs – Other 0.16% 18 B

Buy
90 MLPs – Gas 0.15% 7 B

Buy
91 REITs – Residential 0.14% 20 A

Strong Buy
92 Private Equity 0.14% 55 A

Strong Buy
93 Water 0.13% 14 A

Strong Buy
94 Telecom – Foreign 0.12% 35 B

Buy
95 Industrial – Paper 0.12% 8 B

Buy
96 Mid-Atlantic Regional Banks 0.09% 51 B

Buy
97 REITs – Healthcare 0.09% 16 B

Buy
98 Outsourcing – Business Services 0.05% 57 B

Buy
99 Entertainment – TV & Internet Providers -0.00% 14 B

Buy
100 Shipping -0.00% 46 C

Neutral
101 Midwest Regional Banks -0.02% 53 B

Buy
102 Northeast Regional Banks -0.02% 81 B

Buy
103 Restaurants -0.05% 49 B

Buy
104 Southeast Regional Banks -0.05% 42 B

Buy
105 Specialty Retailers -0.06% 33 C

Neutral
106 Food Makers -0.14% 56 B

Buy
107 Outsourcing – Tech Services -0.16% 14 B

Buy
108 Grocery/Big Box Retailers -0.20% 17 B

Buy
109 Energy – Services -0.23% 60 C

Neutral
110 Chemicals -0.31% 68 C

Neutral
111 MLPs – Oil & Gas -0.36% 56 C

Neutral
112 Medical – Drug Stores -0.36% 4 C

Neutral
113 Technology – Communication/Networking -0.44% 52 B

Buy
114 Outsourcing – Staffing Services -0.54% 16 B

Buy
115 Industrial – Packaging -0.57% 17 B

Buy
116 Entertainment – Publishing -0.77% 11 B

Buy
117 Aluminum -0.88% 5 D

Sell
118 Medical – Consumer Goods -1.11% 12 D

Sell
119 Miners – Diversified -1.30% 14 C

Neutral
120 Entertainment – Movies/Studios -1.50% 9 D

Sell
121 Miners – Gold -2.24% 29 B

Buy
122 Miners – Silver -3.12% 10 B

Buy
123 Coal -4.58% 9 D

Sell

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