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AAPL Downgrade, ADP Report, Bonds and Cathie Wood Sells COIN

by | Jan 4, 2024

We’ve had some pretty big overnight moves of late, but not into Thursday…

We’re in a very interesting position right now because the market is overbought and needs to cool off. 

The long bond (TLT) is about to break below its 200-day moving average, which will push stocks lower because it will tell us the Federal Reserve is unlikely to lower rates as soon as March — watch this level closely. 

We got the latest Fed minutes late Wednesday afternoon, when the governors all but confirmed we won’t see a rate cut in March. 

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

In today’s all-new briefing… 

I’ll discuss Small caps and major support levels… AAPL stock and today’s downgrade… S&P 500 key downside levels… QQQ and whether the market is ready for a bounce…Fed data and bond markets dump to the 200 day line and much, much more!

Roger Scott
Roger Scott Trading

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WRITTEN BY<br>Roger Scott

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