Finance Stocks Lead Highs Monday; Tech Falls

Monday, February 22, 2021 2:35 PM | Neal Farmer

During trading Monday, 274 stocks traded to a 52-week high, while 1 stocks bottomed out at new 52-week lows. The S&P 500 is down 0.24% so far today while the Dow is up 0.46% and the Nasdaq is down 1.42%. Markets are mixed Monday with the tech heavy NASDAQ down big. The gap between the 5-year and 30-year Treasury yields hit a 5-year high as concerns over rising inflation are growing. Vaccinations in Israel are providing first real world indications that the vaccines can curb transmissions.

The following stocks traded to 52-week highs: ABCB, ABM, ABR, ADM, AGCO, AGYS, AIN, AL, ALGT, ALLY, AMP, AMRS, ANF, AROC, ASIX, ATCO, ATEC, ATKR, AXGN, BAC, BALY, BCEI, BKNG, BKR, BKU, BLMN, BOH, BOKF, BOOM, BOOT, BPFH, BPOP, BV, BXC, BXS, CAI, CAR, CAT, CATY, CBRE, CBSH, CBT, CDEV, CDMO, CFG, CFR, CFX, CHDN, CHH, CIT, CLAR, CLB, CLNY, CMA, CMBM, CMC, CMRE, CNHI, CNO, COF, COLB, COWN, CPRI, CR, CSWC, CTB, CTVA, CZR, DE, DECK, DIOD, DISCA, DLX, DOW, DRI, DVN, EAF, EAT, EB, EGBN, EMN, ENVA, EQH, ETM, ETN, EV, EVRI, EWBC, EXP, EXPE, EXR, FARO, FBNC, FCX, FFIC, FFIN, FFWM, FHN, FIBK, FITB, FL, FLNT, FRC, FRTA, FSS, GATX, GBCI, GBX, GCO, GDEN, GE, GES, GMS, GNRC, GOOS, GS, GT, GTES, HBAN, HBNC, HES, HGV, HLNE, HLT, HMHC, HMST, HOMB, HONE, HPE, HRI, HSC, HUBB, HUN, HVT, IBOC, IBTX, INDB, IPI, ISBC, ITCI, JBT, JEF, JPM, JW.A, KEY, KFY, KIDS, KOP, KRA, KRG, KSS, LASR, LB, LEVI, LNG, LOPE, LPX, LSTR, LYB, LYV, MATX, MCY, MET, MGM, MGY, MNRO, MOD, MRO, MTN, MTW, MTX, MTZ, MXL, NBHC, NEWT, NSC, NUE, NYCB, OLN, ONTO, OSK, OZK, PACW, PAR, PATK, PBCT, PBT, PDCE, PFG, PFGC, PLYA, PNC, PNFP, PPBI, PQG, PRIM, PRSP, PSEC, PXD, RAVN, RCII, RDFN, REAL, RES, REVG, RF, RHI, RILY, RJF, RNST, ROLL, RRR, SASR, SBCF, SCCO, SEAS, SF, SFBS, SFNC, SIG, SIVB, SIX, SKYW, SLM, SNAP, SNV, SONO, SPOT, SSB, SSP, STL, SWM, TBK, TCBI, TCF, TEX, TFC, TGH, TGNA, THRM, TITN, TMDX, TNL, TOWN, TPC, TPR, TRIP, TROX, TRTN, TSC, TSE, TW, TXRH, UBSI, UCBI, UFS, UIS, UMBF, URI, UTHR, VAC, VBTX, VIAC, VLY, WAL, WBS, WBT, WH, WHD, WOR, WWW, XLRN, XXII, ZION

No stocks traded to a 52-week low today.

The following ETFs traded to a 52-week high: BAL, BJK, DBA, DBB, DBC, DJP, DVY, EPU, EWA, FXA, FXB, IAI, IYF, IYG, IYT, JJC, KBE, KRE, MOO, OIL, REMX, RJA, SDY, SGG, USCI, XLF, XLI, XME, XOP

The following ETFs traded to a 52-week low: ELH

Financial Services: ABCB, ALLY, AMP, ATCO, BAC, BKU, BOH, BOKF, BPFH, BPOP, BXS, CATY, CBSH, CFG, CFR, CIT, CMA, CNO, COF, COLB, COWN, CSWC, EGBN, ENVA, EQH, EV, EWBC, FBNC, FFIC, FFIN, FFWM, FHN, FIBK, FITB, FRC, GBCI, GS, HBAN, HBNC, HLNE, HMST, HOMB, HONE, IBOC, IBTX, INDB, ISBC, JEF, JPM, KEY, MCY, MET, NBHC, NEWT, NYCB, OZK, PACW, PBCT, PFG, PNC, PNFP, PPBI, PSEC, RF, RILY, RJF, RNST, SASR, SBCF, SF, SFBS, SFNC, SIVB, SLM, SNV, SSB, STL, TBK, TCBI, TCF, TFC, TOWN, TSC, TW, UBSI, UCBI, UMBF, VBTX, VLY, WAL, WBS, ZION

Financial Services stocks dominated our list of highs today with 92 out of the 274 total stocks that reached their high coming from the Financial Services sector. The Financial Services sector is outperforming the market, increasing 1.21% so far on the day. Over the last month the Financial Services sector has outperformed the market, increasing 4.72% while the S&P increased 3.67%. Finance stocks lead all highs as the sector continues to perform strongly following new stimulus and possible future relief packages under the Biden administration.

Industrials: ABM, AGCO, AL, ALGT, ATKR, BV, BXC, CAI, CAR, CAT, CFX, CMRE, CNHI, CR, DE, EAF, ETN, FRTA, FSS, GATX, GBX, GE, GMS, GNRC, GTES, HRI, HSC, HUBB, JBT, KFY, LPX, LSTR, MATX, MTW, MTZ, NSC, OSK, PRIM, RAVN, RCII, REVG, RHI, ROLL, SKYW, TEX, TGH, TITN, TPC, TRTN, URI, WBT, WOR

The Industrials sector had the second largest presence on our 52-week highs, with 52 out of 274 highs coming from the Industrials sector. The Industrials sector is outperforming the market today, increasing 0.84% so far on the day. Over the last month the Industrials sector has underperformed the market, increasing 2.3% while the S&P increased 3.67%. Industrials have the second most highs as the sector is up big on the day with the return to work trade as tech stocks fall.

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