What’s Working Right Now in the Market?

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April 22 (Bloomberg) -- On today’s “Insight & Action,” Adam Johnson looks at how to find stocks that are going to move on Bloomberg Television’s “Lunch Money.” (Source: Bloomberg)

Doing well so far this year.

Let's talk about what is working right now in the market.

It might surprise you.

Time for a little insight and action.

Low-quality stocks are doing better than high-quality stock.

Bloomberg ranks stocks a-f. c and below are doing better than the high quality.

Curious, isn't it?

Also, cyclical is doing better and small stocks over large stocks.

We had a bull market and now you've got to go a little farther out on the risk spectrum that are -- to try to find stocks that will move.

It appears to be what's happening with these numbers.

And we thank j sealed air for sending these -- jc o hare for sending this to us.

He had this to say.

What we decided to do was take all of these cues, lower quality stocks, cyclical stocks, smaller stocks, and we found 33 of them that fit the bill.

We wanted to talk about -- we wanted to deceive we could find the companies that he is talking about.

Here are just a few of them.

Again, cyclical, smaller, and ace on the bloomberg ranking system, lowering quality.

I'm not going to give you the 33, because i'm not intrusive in giving you lower quality, but what i am saying is, you've got to think about what is working this year and why.

Just be aware of why some of the names are going up.

It might not be necessarily because they are high-quality names or growing.

This group, black sheep that we identified, up 12% versus 1.7%. look at your own portfolio and understand what is moving and why.

Another group of stocks doing well today and this year, health

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