Sector Analysis 1Q16

The Consumer Discretionary sector ranks fifth out of the ten sectors as detailed in our 1Q16 Sector Ratings for ETFs and Mutual Funds report. Last quarter, the Consumer Discretionary sector ranked fourth. It gets our Neutral rating, which is based on aggregation of ratings of 13 ETFs and 19 mutual funds in the Consumer Discretionary sector as of January 13, 2015. See a recap of our 4Q15 Sector Ratings hereNot a Member Yet? You need a Platinum Membership or higher to view the content on this page.
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    2 replies to "The Best and Worst of the Consumer Discretionary Sector 1Q16"

    • Richard


      I am a UK based private investor. I already have a significant US based equity
      weighting and am happy to add to it however I wondered if you have any coverage of the other major global equity markets including obviously the UK?



    • Sam McBride

      Hi Richard,

      We don’t cover other major global equity markets due to the fact that our models are based on adjusting U.S. GAAP results. We do cover a number of foreign ADRs that report results in GAAP, including UK companies such as GlaxoSmithKline (GSK), British Petroleum (BP), and others.

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