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D&D Note (5.24.2018) ~ Cancelation of North Korea Summit Rattles Markets ~ #StockMarket #NorthKorea

D&D Note (5.24.2018) ~ Cancelation of North Korea Summit Rattles Markets ~ Today in perhaps a page from “The Art of the Deal” the President pulled out of the upcoming North Korea summit. He left the door open to reschedule the summit. Markets hit the low of the day on the news but did recover … Continue reading

D&D Note (5.23.2018) ~ Dovish FED Minutes Boost Stocks ~ #StockMarket #FED

D&D Note (5.23.2018) ~ Dovish FED Minutes Boost Stocks ~ #StockMarket #FED Rarely does the release of the FED minutes move markets, this was not the case today. Stocks got a boost to rally into the close following the FED minutes from the last FOMC meeting. The catalyst for the move was the statement of … Continue reading

D&D Note (5.18.2018) ~ S&P Flat on Week is Victory for Bulls ~ #StockMarket

D&D Note (5.18.2018) ~ S&P Flat on Week is Victory for Bulls ~ In the face of continued rising of the 10YR Yield the S&P 500 remained flat for the week. This is actually a big win for the bulls. Why? Because we are still holding the breakout of the downtrend and have not tried … Continue reading

D&D Note (4.26.2018) ~ Facebook Earnings Boost Tech Stocks ~ #StockMarket #Facebook

D&D Note (4.26.2018) ~ Facebook Earnings Boost Tech Stocks ~ Markets rallied today with the Technology sector leading the day on the back of Facebook’s stellar earnings report last night. FB was up 9.06% on the session. All the major indices finished in the green today with the DOW up 0.99%, the NASDAQ up 1.64%, … Continue reading

D&D Note (4.25.2018) ~ Choppy Trading Leaves Markets Flat ~ #StockMarket

D&D Note (4.25.2018) ~ Choppy Trading Leaves Markets Flat ~ Markets had choppy trading today flirting with negative and positive territory throughout the day. The DOW finished up on the session gaining 0.24% with help from Boeing. The NASDAQ fell -0.05% to be rather UNCH and the S&P 500 rose 0.18%. Boeing (BA) beats on … Continue reading

D&D Note (4.24.2018) ~ 3% Yield Sends DOW Down 423 Points ~ #StockMarket #10YRyield

D&D Note (4.24.2018) ~ 3% Yield Sends DOW Down 423 Points ~ The 10YR Yield hit 3% intraday which sent a market rally into a 423 point selloff in the DOW. The yield settled at 2.998% and the markets did close off the lows of the session. CAT also sent markets into a fuss wth … Continue reading

D&D Note (4.23.2018) ~ 10YR Yield Hits 2.975% Markets Pause ~ #StockMarket #10YRyield

D&D Note (4.23.2018) ~ 10YR Yield Hits 2.975% Markets Pause ~ Monday saw Treasury Yields spike again with the 10YR yield hitting 2.975%. We are undoubtedly moving into a new trading range were 3% will be come the new floor. The new “shock” level to spark equity declines could be around 3.3% to 3.4% with … Continue reading

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