Definitions for "sector rotation"
The movement of money by one investor or the overall market from one or more...
A trick used by brokers to make us trade more. The brokers try to anticipate which parts of the economy will do best in the next few months and consequently advise you to shift funds from one sector to another. The net effect is that everyone tries (unsuccessfully) to outguess each other and you end up paying more in charges.
An investment approach in which a portfolio manager focuses primarily on industries that are expected to outperform the broader market, depending on the current stage of the economic cycle. Industries that are expected to underperform are "rotated" out of the portfolio. Also known as "industry selection."
Secular Secured bond
Securities Act of 1933 Securities Acts Amendments of 1975