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Warren Buffet

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D&D Note (9.1.2020) ~ Markets Rally On First Day Of The Month With Zoom up 40% ~ #StockMarket

D&D Note (9.1.2020) ~ Markets Rally On First Day Of The Month With Zoom up 40% ~ The Futures market fell overnight causing markets to gap down upon the open but then all major indices rallied throughout the day. The S&P 500 and NASDAQ hit new all time highs led by the stay at home … Continue reading

D&D Note (8.17.2020) ~ S&P 500 Flirts With Record High But Closes Just Shy ~ #StockMarket

D&D Note (8.17.2020) ~ S&P 500 Flirts With Record High But Closes Just Shy ~ The S&P 500 flirted with all time highs throughout the day trading above the record high multiple times intraday. Volume was low as usual during August. The Index failed to close above the all time high. Tech powered the rally … Continue reading

D&D Note (8.10.2020) ~ Rotation In Stocks The Relief Bill Talks Stalls And Questions Surround Executive Orders ~ #StockMarket

D&D Note (8.10.2020) ~ Rotation In Stocks The Relief Bill Talks Stalls And Questions Surround Executive Orders ~ Today we saw a rotation in markets out of Tech stocks and into Industrials and Retail stocks. There is still no bill yet in Congress for Stimulus Relief, but Munchin says deal could be reach this week. … Continue reading

D&D Note (5.4.2020) ~ Stocks Start Day in Red but Stage Late Day Rally ~ #StockMarket #Tariffs

D&D Note (5.4.2020) ~ Stocks Start Day in Red but Stage Late Day Rally ~ Asian and European markets suffered steep losses overnight. US Futures took markets lower last night and during cash trading today the major indices did push off lows in the morning session. The NASDAQ elevated into the green and was followed … Continue reading

D&D Note (5.7.2018) ~ Trump Tweet on Iran Takes Markets Off Session Highs ~ #StockMarket #IranDeal #Apple

D&D Note (5.7.2018) ~ Trump Tweet on Iran Takes Markets Off Session Highs ~ Technicals look decent in the market with the 200 day moving average now been tested 3 times and a bounce off it each time including last Friday after the goldilocks jobs report. Its been awhile since we’ve been able to maintain a … Continue reading

D&D Note (2.26.2018) ~ Markets Rally Ahead of FED Chair Testimony ~

D&D Note (2.26.2018) ~ Markets Rally Ahead of FED Chair Testimony ~ American markets saw a nice lift today on a broad based rally. This comes a day ahead of the new FED Chair J. Powell’s first testimony in front of congress. The direction of the market going forward in the near term will be … Continue reading

D&D Note (2.14.2018) ~ Bond Proxy Equities Selloff as Inflation Creeps Up ~

D&D Note (2.14.2018) ~ Bond Proxy Equities Selloff as Inflation Creeps Up ~ On a day when the 10YR note hit 2.9% we saw the bond proxy stocks selloff. Specifically the sectors of Utilities, Telecom, and Real Estate which all have high dividend yields and have been used as a proxy to bonds during this … Continue reading

D&D Note (2.13.2018) ~ Late Day Rally on Light Volume ~

D&D Note (2.13.2018) ~ Late Day Rally on Light Volume ~ Markets opened lower on the day but around 1:00pm EST we saw a big move up pushing markets to finish in the green on the day. However the move was on light volume which doesn’t lead to strong conviction in the move. The 10YR … Continue reading

D&D Note (2.9.2018) ~ Late Day Rally Off 200 Day Moving Average ~

D&D Note (2.9.2018) ~ Late Day Rally Off 200 Day Moving Average ~ Markets started the day in the green before what appeared to margin call pressure in the afternoon when the traders caught in the short VIX trade get liquidated and the markets all fell. We dropped down to the 200 day moving average … Continue reading

D&D Note (5-4-2012) ~ Jobs Number Disappoints Sending Almost All Stocks Down

D&D Note (5-4-2012) The monthly job number for April came in well below what any investor would like to see. In April we only netted a gain of 115,000 jobs – far less than the expected 160,000 which was the economists forecast and far less than the needed 200k+ a month to revive the economy. … Continue reading