This column was originally published on RealMoney on Oct. 13 at 11:38 a.m. EDT. It's being republished as a bonus for TheStreet.com readers.The selloff this week has been widespread, with few stocks or sectors avoiding technical damage. In fact, the New York Stock Exchange posted its first 4-1 downside breadth day in over a year last week. So where's all the money going and can bulls find a little relief in this hostile environment? Lopsided breadth numbers are setting up a good news-bad news scenario. The bad news: The majority of capital is moving back to the sidelines instead of rotating into less vulnerable stocks. The good news: Extreme selling pressure usually precedes a washout that yields a benign period of buying interest. First, let's identify the 10 sectors that have suffered the least damage in the last five trading days. These survivors may offer a clue about opportunities after this wave of selling has passed.
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