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D&D Note (1.31.2018) ~ Last FOMC Meeting for Chair Yellen ~

D&D Note (1.31.2018) ~ Last FOMC Meeting for Chair Yellen ~ In FED Chair Janet Yellen’s last meeting the FOMC held rates the same and guided to a March rate hike. Following the meeting minutes release markets saw a fairly big reversal to the downside. Correlated? Perhaps not as much as it would seem and … Continue reading

D&D Note (1.24.2018) ~ Davos Most Upbeat Since 2006 ~

D&D Note (1.24.2018) ~ Davos Most Upbeat Since 2006 ~ The mood around the international economic conference held yearly in Davos Switzerland is the most upbeat since 2006. Thats a telling sign of what the most wealthiest people in the world think about the current state of the global economy. The market as whole saw … Continue reading

D&D Note (7-18-2012) ~ Tech Earnings Fuel Rally

D&D Note (7-18-2012) Corporate earnings continue to come in better-than-expected helping to keep the rally going in stocks. Keep in mind the bar is low for earnings so in reality it shouldn’t be hard for most companies to beat street expectations. Tech companies led the day with Intel (INTC), Hewlett-Packard (HPQ), Cisco (CSCO), EMC (EMC), … Continue reading

D&D Note (4-24-2012) ~ Apple Earnings BLOWOUT

D&D Note (4-24-2012) Today was all about Apple (AAPL), iPhones, iPads, subsidies, Chinese mobile players taking market share, AT&T (T) and Verizon (VZ) missed iPhone sales, Qualcomm (QCOM) supply issues, and a company that is a real company and not superman. And what does Apple do? BLOWOUT their Q2 earnings. Q2 revenue of 39.2B topping … Continue reading

D&D Note (4-18-2012) ~ Pain in Spain Rains Again

D&D Note (4-18-2012) Falling bond yields aren’t enough to keep the Spanish worries out of the markets. A report released by Spain showed that the Spanish banks held more problematic loans than what was earlier thought, making the potential downside now deeper and a bailout more likely. While Spain can be covered under the Euro … Continue reading