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D&D Note (6.15.2018) ~ Trade War Resumes ~ #StockMarket #TradeWar

D&D Note (6.15.2018) ~ Trade War Resumes ~ It has been a busy week in the markets with the North Korea Summit earlier in the week, the AT&T and Time Warner deal getting approved, Comcast now bidding for FOX assets to rival Disney, the FED rising rates and signaling 4 hikes this year, the ECB … Continue reading

D&D Note (6.8.2018) ~ Markets Stage Comeback To Rally Into Close ~ #StockMarket

D&D Note (6.8.2018) ~ Markets Stage Comeback To Rally Into Close ~ Markets opened in the red but staged an afternoon rally to finish in the green on the session. The DOW gained 0.30% to 25,316 points, the S&P 500 rallied 0.31% to 2,779 points, and the NASDAQ finished up 0.14% to 7,645 points. Cannabis … Continue reading

D&D Note (6.6.2018) ~ Cannabis Stocks Catch A Fire ~ #StockMarket #Cannabis

D&D Note (6.6.2018) ~ Cannabis Stocks Catch A Fire ~ Ahead of the vote to legalize recreational use tomorrow in Canada, Cannabis Stocks (better known as Pot Stocks) rallied big today. All D&D Cannabis holdings gained on the day with MEDFF up 9.88%, IMLFF up 8.92%, APHQF up 4.36%, CNTTF up 3.92%, CGC up 2.75%. … 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 (5.24.2018) ~ Cancelation of North Korea Summit Rattles Markets ~ #StockMarket #NorthKorea

D&D Note (5.24.2018) ~ Cancelation of North Korea Summit Rattles Markets ~ Today in perhaps a page from “The Art of the Deal” the President pulled out of the upcoming North Korea summit. He left the door open to reschedule the summit. Markets hit the low of the day on the news but did recover … Continue reading