group rotation

Group rotation

The tendency of stocks in one sector of the market to outperform and then underperform other industries, usually as a result of economic cycles or the conditions in a particular industry.

Group Rotation

1. The tendency for some industries and sectors to perform better than others at different times. Group rotation is a result of economic cycles.

2. An active management strategy in which a money manager changes the industries or sectors represented in a portfolio or fund in order to always hold securities in the strongest sectors. The goal of group rotation is to outperform the market by actively managing the portfolio or fund. This form of group rotation is also called sector rotation.

group rotation

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