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D&D Note (12.7.2020) ~ All Eyes Back On Stimulus After Last Weeks Jobs Report ~ #StockMarket

D&D Note (12.7.2020) ~ All Eyes Back On Stimulus After Last Weeks Jobs Report ~ Stocks traded mixed today on light volume. After last weeks bad jobs report investors are now expecting to see some sort of stimulus being passed this week. There is a $908 billion Covid relief package on the table potentially being … 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 (8-1-2012) ~ FED Punts All Eyes On ECB

D&D Note (8-1-2012) Markets got a copied paste FED statement after the latest FMOC meeting. More of the same, ready to act, but not ready yet. Remember September is traditionally when the FED loosens, next meeting is Sept 12th and 13th. Now all investors attention turns to Mario Draghi and what the ECB decides or … Continue reading

D&D Note (6-18-2012) ~ Greece Votes Pro-Bailout, But Spanish Yields Rise Above 7%

D&D Note (6-18-2012) The Greek’s voted for the pro-bailout party eliminating the worse case scenario. However, now the New Democracy party needs to form a coalition, most likely with the Pasok party. If a coalition can’t be formed the country will be forced to have a third election. Not to mention that Greece will run … Continue reading

D&D Note (5-23-2012) ~ Dude! Why Would You Want A Dell?

D&D Note Recall those commercials “Dude! Your getting a Dell”? Well, times have certainly changed and Dell (DELL) reported disappointing earnings, sales, and outlook – which culminated into the stock getting hammered today down 16.82%. The Dell numbers brought down many other tech stocks on the day including; Microsoft (MSFT), Intel (INTL), Cisco (CSCO), and … Continue reading

D&D Note (5-22-2012) – Greece Exit Possibility Drags Markets Down at End of Session.

D&D Note (5-22-2012) Today started with a nice rally on housing data – until the final 30 minutes of trading when one headline on Greece possibly beginning an exit strategy from the Euro dragged all the indexes down erasing todays gains. New reports have that Greece might only have 2 days to determine its future. … Continue reading

D&D Note (5-18-2012) ~ Near Market Capitulation?

D&D Note (5-18-2012) Are we near market capitulation? Meaning the point of extreme panic representing the end of a correction. Since breaking technicals today we look to have another 1% to 1.5% down to go on Monday. But watch the G8 meeting over the weekend. It’s still a politically driven global market – and the … Continue reading

D&D Note (5-17-2012) ~ Don’t Buy Facebook, Yet.

D&D Note (5-17-2012) With the IPO price now set for Facebook (FB) the CEO of the company, Mark Zuckerberg, is now worth $19 Billion – making him the 29th most wealthiest person in the world. Richer than both the Google Founders. Even the richest San Franciscans all felt a little less rich today. That is, unless you work … Continue reading

D&D Note (5-3-2012) – Facebook Prices IPO and Sets IPO Date

D&D Note (5-3-2012) What will be the hottest IPO since Google (GOOG) is the upcoming IPO of Facebook.  The social networking site set the IPO price range at $28 – $35. If valued at the high end of $35 that would value the company at 75 billion which is less than the expected $100 billion. … Continue reading

D&D Note (3-23-2012) ~ More High Frequency Trading Flash Crashes

D&D Note (3-23-2012) BATS a electronic trading exchange IPO’d today – and it was a mess, a huge mess. An erroneous trade via BATS in Apple caused the circuit breakers to turn on when Apple saw a mini flash crash and trading had to be halted for a few minutes. On top of that the … Continue reading