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3 Top Sectors, Bond Market Downside, My Hit List For Today, JPM and MS Earnings

by | Jan 16, 2024

The market is opening soft, with the major indices all down, and we have a lot of Federal Reserve data coming this week. 

Nothing major, but a lot of individual reports. We also have earnings, earnings, earnings coming — I posted a doc in my Telegram channel where you can find all of the companies reporting, and their stocks’ expected moves.  

I have concerns about the bond market breaking below key levels, which would be bad for stocks and likely lead to a bigger market downturn.

The strongest sectors currently include Consumer Staples and Health Care, while Consumer Discretionary appears weak.

I also have a full hit list of stocks I’m watching this week…

I’ll cover all that and more in this morning’s “Premarket Must Watch” video!

In today’s all-new briefing… I’ll discuss how to navigate the current stock market levels… if bonds will revert higher or break down hard… if stocks will finally make all-time highs or retrace… my top 3 sectors that have solid relative strength… which stocks to avoid right now and why… and if small caps are ready for action or breaking down?

Roger Scott
Roger Scott Trading

Follow along and join the conversation for real-time analysis, trade ideas, market insights and more!

P.S. Today’s the Day: The World Premiere of My ‘Gap to Green’ Phenomenon!

I couldn’t be more excited because something I’ve  been cooking up is finally ready for the big stage! 

That’s right, at 1 p.m. ET today, Jan. 16, I’m hosting the world premier of a new strategy… 

Think about this… 

Say a stock like Apple, Tesla or Nvidia — you know, the cream of the crop — were to suddenly tank overnight from a bad headline.

Well, if these stocks meet my criteria, they could be ripe for a double-digit opportunity when they fill the gap back to the upside. 

So join me at 1 o’clock ET to learn the specifics of this “Gap to Green” phenomenon!

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WRITTEN BY<br>Roger Scott

Roger Scott

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