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D&D Note (7.21.2022) ~ Tech Stocks Continue Rally as Dollar Declines ~ #stockmarket

D&D Note (7.21.2022) ~ Tech Stocks Continue Rally as Dollar Declines ~ The European Central Bank ECB gives markets a surprise with its first rate hike in 11 years coming in larger-than-expected with a 50 basis point hike. The Dollar declined following the surprise action by the ECB and the 10 Year yield moved 12 … Continue reading

D&D Note (6.29.2022) ~ Stocks Struggle for Direction Swinging From Gains to Losses Throughout the Day ~ #stockmarket

D&D Note (6.29.2022) ~ Stocks Struggle for Direction Swinging From Gains to Losses Throughout the Day ~ Stocks struggled for direction today with the S&P 500 hovering around the flatline drifting slightly up and down every hour throughout the day. This as the S&P 500 is near key support. The overall market is set to … Continue reading

D&D Note (5.31.2022) ~ FED Chair Powell Meets with President Biden to Discuss Inflation ~ #stockmarket

D&D Note (5.31.2022) ~ FED Chair Powell Meets with President Biden to Discuss Inflation ~ The markets gapped down to open today in the red after last Fridays rally. Throughout the session stocks attempted to stage a rally and got back in the green briefly before falling back down in the last hour of trading. … Continue reading

D&D Note (5.26.2022) ~ Markets Rally On Strong Retail Earnings ~ #stockmarket

D&D Note (5.26.2022) ~ Markets Rally On Strong Retail Earnings ~ Investors sighed a bit of relief after a spout of recent Retail Earnings beating on earnings. Many were worried about the American consumer after the disappointing Target and Walmart earnings. Last night Williams Sonoma reported and smashed same store sales boosting the stock 15% … Continue reading

D&D Note (10.20.2020) ~ Stimulus Stimulus Stimulus, Netflix And SNAP Earnings ~ #StockMarket

D&D Note (10.20.2020) ~ Stimulus Stimulus Stimulus, Netflix And SNAP Earnings ~ The main focus today in markets was the Stimulus deadline of tonight. Stocks rose in intraday trading on comments from Pelosi that she is ‘optimistic’. There was a late day reversal as the market got less optimistic on a stimulus deal, but indices … Continue reading