The DR Cyclical sector is comprised of three sub-sectors: Consumer Discretionary, Industrials and Information Technology. Consumer Discretionary include industries such as automotive, housing, entertainment and retail. The category can be further divided into durable and nondurable subsectors. The durables subsector includes physical goods such as hardware or vehicles, while non-durables represent items like movies or hotel services. The Industrial sector is a category of stocks that relate to producing goods used in construction and manufacturing. This sector includes companies involved with aerospace and defense, industrial machinery, tools, lumber production, construction, cement and metal fabrication. The Information Technology sector is the category of stocks relating to the research, development and/or distribution of technologically based goods and services. This sector contains businesses revolving around the manufacturing of electronics, creation of software, computers or products and services relating to information technology. These sectors were combined into one sector because they move in similar cyclical patterns. The companies that fall into these three sectors typically follow the business cycle in terms of generating profits.