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D&D Note (4.10.2018) ~ Markets Rally On Eased Trade War Concerns ~ #StockMarket #Rally #Xi #Facebook #Zuckerberg

D&D Note (4.10.2018) ~ Markets Rally On Eased Trade War Concerns ~ A broad based rally was seen in the markets today after the President of China Xi Jinping gave positive open market comments last night to help ease concerns of a Trade War. While Xi did give a few jabs seemingly at Trump and … Continue reading

D&D Note (4.5.2018) ~ Rally Continues Ahead of Jobs Number ~ #StockMarket #Rally

D&D Note (4.5.2018) ~ Rally Continues Ahead of Jobs Number ~ Markets continued the rally today ahead of Fridays all important jobs data. The 10YR yield rose above 2.8% to close at 2.834%. The VIX remains below 20 to close at 18.94. The Materials and Energy sector led the rally today. Healthcare was the laggard finishing … Continue reading

D&D Note (4.4.2018) ~  DOW Rallies 785 Points From The Open Low ~ #StockMarket #Rally

D&D Note (4.4.2018) ~  DOW Rallies 785 Points From The Open Low ~ The DOW staged a huge comeback from opening down 500 points to rally 785 points. Volatility is squarely back in the markets. Consumer stocks led the rally with Energy as the sole laggard. The major indices all gained around 1% on the … Continue reading

D&D Note (3.27.2018) ~  Artificial Intelligence + Social Media + 10YR = Selloff #StockMarket #Selloff #AI #FB #10YR ~

D&D Note (3.27.2018) ~  Artificial Intelligence + Social Media + 10YR = Selloff ~ Today we saw a market rally fizzle into a selloff. The DOW was up over 100 points before then succumbing to a NASDAQ selloff + 10YR note yield declining below 2.8%, at the end of the trading session the DOW closed … Continue reading

D&D Note (3.22.2018) ~ China Trade War Tariffs Leads to Market Selloff #StockMarket #Selloff #ChinaTariffs #TradeWar ~

D&D Note (3.22.2018) ~ China Trade War Tariffs Leads to Market Selloff ~ The Trump administration today announced up to $60 Billion in Tariffs against China, details still to come but include a 30 day comment period. Industries that could be targeted include; information technology, automated machine tools and robotics, aerospace and aeronautics equipment, maritime … Continue reading

D&D Note (3.13.2018) ~ Markets Remain Under Pressure ~

D&D Note (3.13.2018) ~ Markets Remain Under Pressure ~ The major indices all declined today showing that the market is still under pressure and looks more likely to head down than up in the near term. There were few places to hide today with Healthcare being one of them. As we approach the end of … Continue reading

D&D Note (3.1.2018) ~ Trade War ~

D&D Note (3.1.2018) ~ Trade War ~ On what was supposed to be a day highlighted by the FED in front of the Senate, instead we got a bombshell from the POTUS. The administration is going to impose new tariffs on imported steel at 25% and imported aluminum at 10%. One could say we are … Continue reading

D&D Note (2.23.2018) ~ Markets Rally as Yields Fall ~

D&D Note (2.23.2018) ~ Markets Rally as Yields Fall ~ Today we bucked the weekly trend and finished the session with a strong rally into the close as the 10YR yield fell below 2.9%. Amazon finished at an all time high of exactly $1,500 as today was an options expiration closing right at the strike … Continue reading

D&D Note (2.22.2018) ~ Sell The Rallies? ~

D&D Note (2.22.2018) ~ Sell The Rallies? ~ This week we’ve seen an interesting pattern of morning rallies followed by afternoon selloffs. Have investors shifted from buy the dip to sell the rally? Much of this volatility is being driven by the bond market and specifically the 10YR yield. The UBS director of floor operations … Continue reading

D&D Note (2.15.2018) ~ Another Afternoon Rally ~

D&D Note (2.15.2018) ~ Another Afternoon Rally ~ Markets all week have seen selling pressure in the morning followed by afternoon rallies into the close. This is a positive sign that buyers are entering the market. It would seem that we might be out of the woods in terms of the liquidation of the blown … Continue reading