The S&P 500 has managed to trade in overbought territory for most of the past week. Looking across the eleven major S&P 500 sectors, six are overbought (over 1 standard deviation above its 50-DMA) at the moment while five are neutral (within 1 standard deviation of its 50-DMA). Industrials, a recent laggard, was the best performing sector last week, gaining 7.2%. That rally led the sector to not only take out its 50-DMA but also move into overbought territory. Financials, Real Estate, and Utilities which have also fallen behind performance-wise recently also managed to finish above their moving averages though they have not reached overbought territory just yet. Regardless, conditions across sectors are broadly overbought at the moment if not approaching overbought.