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D&D Note (5.26.2020) ~ Rotation Into Value From Growth Propels Rally, But Back To Normal? Or Short Squeeze? ~ #StockMarket #Rally #ShortCovering

D&D Note (5.26.2020) ~ Rotation Into Value From Growth Propels Rally, But Back To Normal? Or Short Squeeze? ~ There are more questions than answers from todays rally. We saw a rotation into Value stocks (like airlines and cruise lines) out of Growth stocks (like Netflix and Zoom). A big question today is how much … Continue reading

D&D Note (5.22.2020) ~ Probability Now Higher For Breakdown Not Breakout ~ #StockMarket

D&D Note (5.22.2020) ~ Probability Now Higher For Breakdown Not Breakout ~ While we are still technically in a Bullish Trading Range, markets are trending more to breaking down out of range than breaking out above the 200 day moving average (for round number we need to break out above 3000 on S&P 500 and … Continue reading

D&D Note (5.13.2020) ~ Disconnected Market With Highest Valuations in 18 Years Yet Falling Profits ~ #StockMarket #Valuations

D&D Note (5.13.2020) ~ Disconnected Market With Highest Valuations in 18 Years Yet Falling Profits ~ The market is clearly overpriced with current valuations the highest in 18 years even though we know corporate profits still face further decline. Billionaire investor David Tepper today called this market the second-most overvalued market in his lifetime since … Continue reading

D&D Note (5.7.2020) ~ All Sectors Rally But Fade Into Close ~ #StockMarket #RallyFade

D&D Note (5.7.2020) ~ All Sectors Rally But Fade Into Close ~ Stocks went back to classic Risk On today with a broad rally lifting all sectors into the green. The best performing sectors being: Materials, Energy, Financials, and Tech. It’s a positive sign to see the Financials rally and markets just not being propped … Continue reading

D&D Note (5.6.2020) ~ Trade War Fears Bring Markets Down ~ #StockMarket #TradeWar

D&D Note (5.6.2020) ~ Trade War Fears Bring Markets Down ~ Stocks traded mixed from losses to gains throughout the day expect for the NASDAQ which was up on the day led by Big Cap Tech. In the last hour of trading all three major indices took a leg lower after the President continued his … Continue reading

D&D Note (5.5.2020) ~ Risk On Today With Rally ~ #StockMarket #RiskOn #Rally

D&D Note (5.5.2020) ~ Risk On Today With Rally ~ There has been a line drawn in the sand by the FED. The market sees that line roughly as 2800 on the S&P 500 as that is when the FED had stepped in to support the markets. While the FED hasn’t had to actually backstop … Continue reading

D&D Note (5.4.2020) ~ Stocks Start Day in Red but Stage Late Day Rally ~ #StockMarket #Tariffs

D&D Note (5.4.2020) ~ Stocks Start Day in Red but Stage Late Day Rally ~ Asian and European markets suffered steep losses overnight. US Futures took markets lower last night and during cash trading today the major indices did push off lows in the morning session. The NASDAQ elevated into the green and was followed … Continue reading

D&D Note (4.29.2020) ~ Remdesivir Lifts Markets… Again ~ #StockMarket #Rally #Remdesivir

D&D Note (4.29.2020) ~ Remdesivir Lifts Markets… Again ~ The market today trades on a glimmer of good hope. Case in point we have already seen a lift from the Gilead (GILD) drug Remdesivir before on positive news. Then fell due to negative news on the drug. Today we once again got a lift from … Continue reading

D&D Note (4.28.2020) ~ Big Tech Drags Down Markets ~ #StockMarket #TechStocks

D&D Note (4.28.2020) ~ Big Tech Drags Down Markets ~ Markets opened with a rally (the S&P 500 gapping up to 2920) but that quickly fizzled to trading flat throughout the day as the Mega Cap and Big Tech stocks dragged down the indices. This ahead of these companies reporting earnings this week. Also adding … Continue reading

D&D Note (4.15.2020) ~ Rally Stalls Falling Back Under 2800 ~ #StockMarket #RallyFail

D&D Note (4.15.2020) ~ Rally Stalls Falling Back Under 2800 ~ Economic data came in and to no surprise the FED saw a sharp contraction in last two weeks with Retail being hit very hard. So while March was bad economically, April is going to be even worse. Markets fell giving back gains from yesterday … Continue reading