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D&D Note (10.12.2020) ~ Stimulus Hopes + Apple 5G Event + Optimistic Earnings Season All Lead To Rally Today Led By Tech ~ #StockMarket

D&D Note (10.12.2020) ~ Stimulus Hopes + Apple 5G Event + Optimistic Earnings Season All Lead To Rally Today Led By Tech ~ The market General, Apple, lifts virtually the entire market today ahead of their 5G iPhone event Tuesday. AAPL was up 6.48% in cash trading today. Investors remain hopeful of fiscal stimulus after … Continue reading

D&D Note (9.8.2020) ~ Selloff Continues Into 3rd Trading Day After Market Got To Frothy Overbought Conditions Tesla Falls 21% Today For Largest 1-Day Drop ~ #StockMarket #Correction

D&D Note (9.8.2020) ~ Selloff Continues Into 3rd Trading Day After Market Got To Frothy Overbought Conditions Tesla Falls 21% Today For Largest 1-Day Drop ~ The selloff that started last Thursday has carried over into todays session after the long holiday weekend. Tech had been leading the frothy market going up (on the back … Continue reading

D&D Note (8.27.2020) ~ Markets Unsure What To Do With New FED Policy With A Rally Then Selloff Then Rally Again Today ~ #StockMarket

D&D Note (8.27.2020) ~ Markets Unsure What To Do With New FED Policy With A Rally Then Selloff Then Rally Again Today ~ The FED policy announcement this morning by Chairman Powell left investors a bit confused on wether to buy or sell. The new policy is the FED will shift to an “average inflation … Continue reading

D&D Note (7.20.2020) ~ Vaccine Hopes Push Markets Positive On Year With Tech Leading ~ #StockMarket

D&D Note (7.20.2020) ~ Vaccine Hopes Push Markets Positive On Year With Tech Leading ~ Renewed Vaccine Hope fuels todays rally, the NASDAQ gets its mojo back, the VIX drops below 25. The Oxford University / AstraZeneca potential vaccine show positive early results with production of antibodies and killer T-cells. Analysts say the vaccine fails … Continue reading

D&D Note (2.9.2018) ~ Late Day Rally Off 200 Day Moving Average ~

D&D Note (2.9.2018) ~ Late Day Rally Off 200 Day Moving Average ~ Markets started the day in the green before what appeared to margin call pressure in the afternoon when the traders caught in the short VIX trade get liquidated and the markets all fell. We dropped down to the 200 day moving average … Continue reading

D&D Note (7-17-2012) ~ U.S. Stocks Rally, Chinese Tech Gets Hit

D&D Note (7-17-2012) New Oriental Education & Technology (EDU) stock got hit today after the SEC said they are looking into the validity of the company’s past financial statements. This news led to other Chinese tech stocks getting hit on the news as well. Shares of Baidu (BIDU) fell 2.21% to close at $104.98. SINA … Continue reading

D&D Note (6-26-2012) ~ A Tepid Market Edges Higher

D&D Note (6-26-2012) Traders remain tepid with the Supreme Court to hand down a ruling Thursday on the Health Care reform, otherwise known as Obamacare, along with the upcoming EU Summit later this week. All together there is still a great deal of uncertainty in the markets. The major banks reversed after leading yesterdays sell-off. … Continue reading

D&D Note (6-21-2012) ~ Markets Get Hammered On Global Growth Concerns And Bank Downgrades

D&D Note (6-21-2012) Markets all fell 2% today on slowing global growth and downgrades of the banks by Moody’s. Goldman Sachs (GS) added to the downward pressure releasing a note to short the S&P 500 until it falls 5% and could see 1,285 on the index. The S&P 500 has seen lots of resistance around … Continue reading

D&D Note (4-16-2012) ~ Apple Gets The Squeeze

D&D Note (4-16-2012) Spain continued to rain percentage points on their sovereign debt where the bond yields rose above 6% which is the highest level we’ve seen in quite a few months. Despite all the pain in Spain the DOW surged 71.82 points thanks to the banks. However, the Nasdaq was under huge pressure with … Continue reading

D&D Note (4-4-2012) ~ Day Two of the FED Inspired Sell-off

D&D Note (4-4-2012) Today we saw a further sell-off in the markets in reaction to the FED minutes released yesterday stating that there would not be any likely near term QE. Usually the large mutual funds take a day to digest the news, and today we saw the larger institutional selling. Oil and Gold saw … Continue reading