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Todays Trade (3.7.2018)

SOLD: (small profit taking) – APHQF – TWMJF

D&D Note (3.1.2018) ~ Trade War ~

D&D Note (3.1.2018) ~ Trade War ~ On what was supposed to be a day highlighted by the FED in front of the Senate, instead we got a bombshell from the POTUS. The administration is going to impose new tariffs on imported steel at 25% and imported aluminum at 10%. One could say we are … Continue reading

D&D Note (2.28.2018) ~ Markets Fall as Oil Declines ~

D&D Note (2.28.2018) ~ Markets Fall as Oil Declines ~ Today we saw Oil fall below $62 a barrel of WTI and with that decline coupled with end of the month, markets all reversed and finished in the red on the session. The Dollar continues to rise which is pushing Oil down. The DOW was … Continue reading

D&D Note (2.27.2018) ~ Interest Rates and FED Chair Powell Dominate Markets Today ~

D&D Note (2.27.2018) ~ Interest Rates and FED Chair Powell Dominate Markets Today ~ The big action today was FED Chair J. Powell’s testimony in front of Congress. One question in regard to the number of rate hikes and the answer of opening the door to a 4th rate hike this year led the algorithms … Continue reading

D&D Note (1.25.2018) ~ Recreational Pot Gets Smoked ~

D&D Note (1.25.2018) ~ Recreational Pot Gets Smoked ~ It’s the wild west when it comes to cannabis. And today recreational pot stocks got smoked. News of Lakewood hedge fund shorting both Canopy and Aurora put downward pressure on the entire basket of pot stocks. There main point is that it would only take $150m … Continue reading

Trade Alert ~ APHQF and TWMJF (1.25.2018)

Both Canadian recreational pot stocks APHQF and TWMJF are filling their gaps in the charts. Key levels they need to hold are $15.50 for APHQF and $26.50 for TWMJF. The next levels if those are broke are $14.50 for APHQF and $26 for TWMJF. 10 day chart for APHQF:   10 day chart for TWMJF

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