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Dow Holds Gain As Wal-Mart Rises; Nvidia Leads Hot Chip Sector

Stocks were narrowly mixed Monday afternoon as the Dow Jones industrial average led but the Nasdaq composite lagged.

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SPDR Dow Jones Industrial Average ( DIA ) held a 0.1% gain, SPDR S&P 500 ( SPY ) was fractionally lower, and PowerShares QQQ Trust ( QQQ ) dipped 0.1%. Emerging markets underperformed with iShares MSCI Emerging Markets ( EEM ) down 0.6% in the s tock market today .

Among sector plays, retail, homebuilders and semiconductors led the upside. SPDR S&P Retail ( XRT ) rose 1%, boosted by gains in component stocks including Wal-Mart (WMT), Target (TGT) and Ross Stores (ROST). Target, which announced plans to start free shipping in November and other holiday shopping incentives, popped 2.5% in above-average volume.

But gold miners, oil and biotech were lower. VanEck Vectors Oil Services (OIH) and SPDR S&P Oil & Gas Exploration & Production (XOP) slid 1.8% and 1.4%, respectively. Halliburton (HAL) fell more than 2% to its 50-day moving average. The OIH component stock reported Q3 results.

Solar shined as Guggenheim Solar (TAN) gapped up 2% to its best level in nearly 18 months. The ETF was featured in this column Wednesday as a buy range play. It’s now near the top of a buy zone from a 22.40 buy point of a saucer with handle. Component stock First Solar (FSLR) surged 3% as shares regained their 50-day moving average.

Chip Party

Semiconductor ETFs delivered the best performance among technology funds during the past month, as chip stocks rallied to or near record highs.

PowerShares Dynamic Semiconductors (PSI), which scored a one-month return of 9.9% through Oct. 17, bringing its year-to-date gain to 15.4%. That also topped the list of one-month tech fund outperformers.

Shares are in new-high ground and are extended from a 48.49 flat-base buy point. The ETF found support at its 50-day moving average multiple times in a steady advance since clearing a cup-with-handle entry in April 2016. It rose 89% from that breakout to the June start of its most recent base.

The fund, which tracks the Dynamic Semiconductor Intellidex Index, has gathered $343.7 million since its June 2005 launch. The index selects 30 chip stocks based on criteria including price momentum, earnings momentum, quality and value. It gets rebalanced and reconstituted on a quarterly basis.

PSI’s top holdings as of Oct. 19 included Micron Technology (MU), Applied Materials (AMAT) and Nvidia (NVDA), according to Morningstar Direct. Those three stocks have surged 90%, 73% and 85%, respectively, this year. Graphics chip designer Nvidia hit a new high Oct. 16 after Mizuho Securities raised its price target and maintained a buy rating. On Monday, Jefferies boosted its price target on Nvidia.

VanEck Vectors Semiconductor (SMH) was next with a 7.2% one-month gain. It’s extended from a flat-base buy point and is trading just shy of its July 2000 all-time high. SMH rose 28% from a November breakout, but also offered buy opportunities at pullbacks to its 50-day line en route to its June 9 high.

The $1 billion fund, which marks its sixth year in December, tracks the MVIS US Listed Semiconductor 25 Index. Its top five holdings included Micron, Applied Materials and Nvidia, as well as Taiwan Semiconductor (TSM) and Intel (INTC).

IShares PHLX Semiconductor (SOXX) came in third. It’s extended after a breakout from a cup-with-handle, which took shape following a 13% advance from a prior flat base. SOXX closed out the week in record-high territory.

As its name implies, the $1.3 billion fund tracks the PHLX Semiconductor Index. Top holdings in the 30-stock portfolio included Nvidia, Intel, Texas Instruments (TXN) and Qualcomm (QCOM).

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Two tech ETFs that aren’t extended yet: First Trust Dow Jones Internet (FDN) and First Trust Cloud Computing (SKYY).

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