Play These Four Industrial Stocks As Money Moves Out Of Tech

Money is flying out of the tech sector, and industrials are reaping the benefit.

The Nasdaq is down 4% in March. Tech leaders like Apple Inc. ( AAPL) and Inc. (AMZN) have fallen near quarterly lows.

But industries like aerospace, heavy duty tools, agricultural equipment, and supplies are seeing a great run. The ETF that follows industrial stocks – the Industrial Select Sector SPDR ETF (XLI) – is up 6% this month.

It's part of the ongoing rotation out of tech and back into value. Money managers are pulling clients out of the large-cap Nasdaq names that doubled in the past year and into stocks with more potential for healthy, double-digit gains in the next quarter.

Yesterday, Chris Johnson gave you three sectors he's eyeing for big April gains as money moves out of tech (and he'll give you three trade recommendations at his Live Webinar: Your April Trading Playbook today at 4 p.m.; go here for details). Today, I'm going to give you four stocks to play that are benefiting from this money migration.

They all have the potential to power through their recent highs and take investors on a nice ride to big gains – if you move fast…

The Industrial Sector Is Running – Here Are the Top Stocks to Play

The following companies have been leading the industrial sector this year. Now they have my attention because I think these highs will be broken through and we'll see even greater moves to the upside.

No. 1: Boeing Co. (BA)

Defense company Boeing is up 13% this month and notched a 1-year high of $278.57 in the process. It has outpaced every other industrial stock and is poised for further upside.

Boeing, as most of you know, manufactures commercial and military aircraft, satellites, weapons, launch systems, and performance-based logistics and training. Its stock jumped 2.3% Monday when Southwest Airlines announced it would buy 100 of Boeing's 737 Max 7 planes. Southwest is retiring older jets in its all-Boeing 737 fleet.

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