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D&D Note (8.18.2022) ~ Light Summer Volume Creates Overbought Market with Upside Capped at 200 Day Moving Average ~ #stockmarket

D&D Note (8.18.2022) ~ Light Summer Volume Creates Overbought Market with Upside Capped at 200 Day Moving Average ~ Light volume in the dog days of summer can lead to big moves that have no conviction up or down.  Right now we are seeing that light volume have upside risk but that has been capped … Continue reading

D&D Note (7.18.2022) ~ Apple News of Slowing Hiring & Spending Fizzles Todays Rally ~ #stockmarket

D&D Note (7.18.2022) ~ Apple News of Slowing Hiring & Spending Fizzles Todays Rally ~ Stocks started todays session with a continuation of last weeks rally on the back of bank earnings. The 2 Year Note continues to be a main directional driver of the overall stock market. Today we saw a slightly weaker dollar … Continue reading

D&D Note (7.7.2022) ~ S&P 500 Notches First Four-Day Rally this Year ~ #stockmarket

D&D Note (7.7.2022) ~ S&P 500 Notches First Four-Day Rally this Year ~ Stocks continued yesterdays rally throughout todays session and closed near the highs of the day. This was the first time this year the S&P 500 notched a four-day winning streak. Semiconductor stocks got a lift today following Samsung’s “better than feared” revenue … Continue reading

D&D Note (4.22.2020) ~ Stocks Rally On Congressional Stimulus and Oil Rebound ~ #StockMarket #Rally #Stimulus

D&D Note (4.22.2020) ~ Stocks Rally On Congressional Stimulus and Oil Rebound ~ Congress replenishes the PPP SBA program with an additional $320 Billion. The Congressional Stimulus coupled with an Oil rebound helped stocks rally with Mega Cap and Energy stocks gaining on the day. However the market gains were capped throughout the day struggling … Continue reading

D&D Note (4.21.2020) ~ Collapse of Oil Drags Market Down ~ #StockMarket #RiskOff

D&D Note (4.21.2020) ~ Collapse of Oil Drags Market Down ~ Today is the final day of the May contract for WTI Oil and while we’ve see the May contract rally 126% from yesterdays collapse it is still only at $10. The June contract has lost 36% of its value to around $13 and that … Continue reading