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D&D Note (6.3.2022) ~ Bear Market Bounce Fades as Markets Give Back Yesterdays Gains ~ #stockmarket

D&D Note (6.3.2022) ~ Bear Market Bounce Fades as Markets Give Back Yesterdays Gains ~ It would appear that the recent Bear Market Bounce has ended today with markets giving back the gains from yesterdays rally and the gains for the week. The Jobs Report today came in above estimates at 390,000 added compared to … Continue reading

D&D Note (6.2.2022) ~ Markets Rally Despite Microsoft & FED Fears ~ #stockmarket

D&D Note (6.2.2022) ~ Markets Rally Despite Microsoft & FED Fears ~ Markets began the day down on news from Microsoft cutting Q4 guidance on unfavorable FOREX rates. The company cut its Q4 sales about 1% to $51.94B to $52.74B. Earnings range also cut by 4c or about 1.7%. And expects additional $460 impact from … Continue reading

D&D Note (10.2.2020) ~ President Trump & First Lady Test Positive For Coronavirus Sinking Markets Overnight ~ #StockMarket

D&D Note (10.2.2020) ~ President Trump & First Lady Test Positive For Coronavirus Sinking Markets Overnight ~ The big story today was supposed to be the jobs report, until late last night news broke that both the President and First Lady have tested positive for Coronavirus. Immediately equity futures last night around the world took … Continue reading

D&D Note (8.13.2020) ~ Still No Relief Deal The Rotation Back Into Tech Pushes Markets Near All High Time Highs Before Pairing Gains ~ #StockMarket

D&D Note (8.13.2020) ~ Still No Relief Deal The Rotation Back Into Tech Pushes Markets Near All High Time Highs Before Pairing Gains ~ Markets traded briefly above the all time high (3386.15 on the S&P 500) during intraday trading but pulled back in the afternoon session giving up gains. Despite which side of the … Continue reading

D&D Note (6.11.2020) ~ Markets Fall Over 5% Pricing in 2nd Wave Of Covid-19 Virus ~ #StockMarket #2ndWave #Selloff

D&D Note (6.11.2020) ~ Markets Fall Over 5% Pricing in 2nd Wave Of Covid-19 Virus ~ This market was top heavy and ripe for a pullback. The FED yesterday sounded a dovish but somber tone and essentially called out the jobs report saying in reality unemployment was 3% higher and that black & hispanic unemployment … Continue reading

D&D Note (6.4.2018) ~ NASDAQ Hits All Time High ~ #StockMarket

D&D Note (6.4.2018) ~ NASDAQ Hits All Time High ~ Markets gained today in a follow through from Friday’s better than expected jobs report. The North Korea Summit being called back on helped reduce geopolitical headwinds.  The NASDAQ hit an all time high today of 7606.46 with the assistance of Apple and Amazon both hitting … Continue reading

D&D Note (5.9.2018) ~ Trump Pulls Out of Iran Deal Sending Oil on Rally ~ #StockMarket #IranDeal #Oil

D&D Note (5.9.2018) ~ Trump Pulls Out of Iran Deal Sending Oil on Rally ~ The S&P 500 broke out of the recent downtrend today which is a very bullish signal. The PPI report today did not signal runaway inflation and that coupled with the jobs report from last week are all bullish signs. Since Thursdays … Continue reading

D&D Note (4.6.2018) ~ Administration Policy Confusion Rattles Markets ~ #StockMarket #Sell-Off

D&D Note (4.6.2018) ~ Administration Policy Confusion Rattles Markets ~ The administration continues to confuse investors after new proposed $100 Billion tariffs against China where announced late last night. This after the administration had said nothing new would be coming out yesterday. Even Larry Kudlow was caught off guard by the news and he is … Continue reading

D&D Note (2.28.2018) ~ Markets Fall as Oil Declines ~

D&D Note (2.28.2018) ~ Markets Fall as Oil Declines ~ Today we saw Oil fall below $62 a barrel of WTI and with that decline coupled with end of the month, markets all reversed and finished in the red on the session. The Dollar continues to rise which is pushing Oil down. The DOW was … Continue reading

D&D Note (6-1-2012) Correction Deepens On Horrid Jobs Number

D&D Note (6-1-2012) Only 69,000 jobs where created in May falling far short of the expected 150,000. Unemployment rose to 8.2%, the first time its gone up since last June. Revisions to the March and April reports saw 49,000 fewer jobs had been created. The US should though avoid slipping back into recession. However we … Continue reading