RRG Research® uses institutional-level technology to track US SPX 500 equities exhibiting positive relative strength versus the overall index. The SPX 500 RRG Momentum+ is a basket of the top 10 equities that meet this criteria, and is rebalanced every quarter to maintain that exposure.
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Share baskets have two fundamental costs:
Discover the changes Trevor Neil and Julius de Kempenuar have made to their UK 350 RRG Momentum+ basket.
Seasonality for communication services shows that this sector outperformed 67% of the time in April and 75% in May...
Sign up for RRG’s live quarterly webinars. RRG’s founders, Julius and Trevor, will highlight the new constituents added to each share basket, explaining the rationale for every decision.
Q3 Basket Rebalance
Tue 22 June 2021, 2:30-3:30pm (UK time)
Trevor Neil & Julius De Kempenaer
Founders of RRG Research
RRG® technology allows traders to capture the relative performance of thousands of investable assets in one picture. Compare the relative strength of multiple assets like-for-like, and identify the equities outperforming their benchmark. Used throughout the professional trading industry, RRGs are available on Bloomberg terminals, REFINITIV Eikon and Optuma software.
Our Momentum+ strategies harness RRG®’s institutional-level technology, giving traders exposure to early-stage, positive momentum price movements. Assets rotating at an RRG® heading of 0-90 degrees exhibit strong, relative strength compared with their benchmark. The baskets are made up of 10 equally-weighted stocks that fit this criteria, rebalanced quarterly.
Founder RRG Research
Founder RRG Research
With a combined 75 years' trading experience, Julius De Kempenaer and Trevor Neil are the champions of Relative Rotation Graphs. Julius cut his teeth as a fund manager at AXA, before stints at RABObank International and Kempen & Co. Trevor has traded for over 40 years having started out at Merrill Lynch in 1970, and later becoming head of technical analysis at Bloomberg.