Markets fell on Tuesday.
The UK stock market was among the hardest hit on Tuesday after Prime Minister Theresa May said the UK would make a clean break with the European Union. The FTSE 100 fell 1.5 percent.
With stocks starting the week on a weak note, some analysts are looking for ways to beat a falling market.
Mark Hulbert at MarketWatch writes that “with anxiety about the Trump rally stalling”, it may be time for low-volatility stocks to shine as “they usually beat the market when it’s falling”.
Fundstrat's Tom Lee thinks that 2017 is likely to be a very good year for laggards of the S&P 500 and recommends oil and gas drillers, metal and glass containers, fertilizers and agricultural chemicals, IT consulting, tanker stocks, and metals and mining.