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D&D Note (12.14.2020) ~ Renewed Lockdowns Across Globe And New Virus Variant Identified In UK Stall The Reopen Trade Even As Vaccine Rollout Begins ~ #StockMarket

D&D Note (12.14.2020) ~ Renewed Lockdowns Across Globe And New Virus Variant Identified In UK Stall The Reopen Trade Even As Vaccine Rollout Begins ~ Both the DOW and S&P 500 saw a flagging top chart pattern today with an early rally from the start on vaccine rollout that stalled out throughout the day as … Continue reading

D&D Note (11.9.2020) ~ Joe Biden Election Win And Pfizer Vaccine Results Sends Markets Higher ~ #StockMarket

D&D Note (11.9.2020) ~ Joe Biden Election Win And Pfizer Vaccine Results Sends Markets Higher ~ Markets immediately went up day over day post last Tuesdays election with President-elect Joe Biden’s win and the Senate looking to remain in GOP control. This creates political gridlock which causes more certainty in the markets thus the rally. … Continue reading

D&D Note (8.24.2020) ~ Markets Rally To New All Time Highs With Reopen Trade + Stay At Home Trade Both Gaining ~ #StockMarket

D&D Note (8.24.2020) ~ Markets Rally To New All Time Highs With Reopen Trade + Stay At Home Trade Both Gaining ~ Markets gapped up to open on the Covid-19 convalescent plasma treatment fueling hope to push to new all time highs. However, scientists are doubting it as an effective treatment for patients with Coronavirus. … Continue reading

D&D Note (7.1.2020) ~ New Quarter Begins With Another Vaccine Related Hope Rally ~ #StockMarket #HopeRally #Vaccine

D&D Note (7.1.2020) ~ New Quarter Begins With Another Vaccine Related Hope Rally ~ The 3rd quarter began today seeing markets rally on Hope with vaccine news over shadowing surging Covid-19 concerns. Pfizer announced positive vaccine results on early stage human trials. PFE rose 3.18% on the day. This while the US has second-highest day … Continue reading

D&D Note (8-7-2012) ~ Major Rotation Into Cyclicals Fuels Rally

D&D Note (8-7-2012) The stock market rally continued today after stronger jobs number on Friday and hopes that the ECB will buy Spanish and Italian government debt. Boston FED President Eric Rosengren called for “more substantive action than we’ve taken to date.” Meaning a more open-ended monetary policy of bond purchasing – or commonly known … Continue reading