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D&D Note (7.27.2020) ~ Stocks Rise And Gold Hits Intraday All Time High ~ #StockMarket #Gold

D&D Note (7.27.2020) ~ Stocks Rise And Gold Hits Intraday All Time High ~ Stocks rose today being led by tech stocks. Apple gained 2.68% and Taiwan Semiconductor continued its climb up 14.48% today. With the move today in TSM our position has now moved ahead of Amazon as our 2nd largest holding. The big … Continue reading

D&D Note (6.24.2020) ~ Covid-19 Cases Surge Sending Stocks Down And Volatility Up ~ #StockMarket #Covid-19

D&D Note (6.24.2020) ~ Covid-19 Cases Surge Sending Stocks Down And Volatility Up ~ Today markets woke up to the reality that Covid-19 is not going away and is rather surging to record highs in America. The 7-day average of cases has now gone back up to 30,000 a day which we had not seen … Continue reading

D&D Note (6.9.2020) ~ DOW And S&P 500 Rally Pauses While NASDAQ Gains ~ #StockMarket #MegaCapRally

D&D Note (6.9.2020) ~ DOW And S&P 500 Rally Pauses While NASDAQ Gains ~ The recent rally reversed today and what had been getting bid up took a pause. Instead today the Mega Cap Tech stocks found bids and rallied the NASDAQ to all time highs and briefly traded over 10,000 for the first time … 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 (4.14.2020) ~ Market Getting Ahead of Itself? ~ #StockMarket #Rally

D&D Note (4.14.2020) ~ Market Getting Ahead of Itself? ~ Today we saw stocks like Amazon (AMZN) hit all time highs and the major Indexes essentially pricing in “all clear.” Has the market gotten ahead of itself? Many market makers are certainly beginning to think we’ve gone too far too fast. An interesting comment made … Continue reading