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As the pandemic surges, people berated the outgoing president for patting himself on the back over the Dow Jones milestone.
Investors fretted over a resurgence in coronavirus infections and a grim economic outlook from the Federal Reserve.
This hasn't been a banner period for the market, but both the RNC and President Trump bragged about this week's gains just the same.
Twitter users say Dan Patrick thinks older Americans want to "die for the Dow."
Market watchers say more big swings are likely until the outbreak starts to slow down.
Some indexes are set to close out their worst week since the depths of the financial crisis in 2008.
The Dow Jones fell more than 500 points after the president attacked Jerome Powell and "ordered" U.S. companies to cease relations with China.
President Trump's favorite market indicator doesn't tell the whole story.
A possible government shutdown is one of many factors driving down the stock market.
The consolidation in oil appears to be over and given their relationship, the Dow together with Crude oil could be gearing up to trade to new highs.
By now, you have probably heard that UK voters chose 51.9% to 48.1% to leave the European Union (EU). Just about all the articles are talking about the political and economic issues. I prefer to talk about the one that is often overlooked in political situations -- marketing.
While Trump is away pitching his golfing enterprises at his renovated Turnberry course and visiting another at Aberdeen, Clinton is seizing a unique opportunity to underscore the contrast in her rival's world view of the economy with her own.
Clearly they are and will continue to do so; the idea is to create the mother or grandfather of all bubbles. When the masses
Does the market know something we don't know?  No, the market is an idiot - why would you listen to the market when it's
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They can afford to be more rational and disciplined because it is not their money. One expectation may be superior performance
Another day, another 250-point rally on the Dow is now business as usual, if by usual we mean since Friday.  Generally, it's
The good news is we can call a bottom here (16,000) but the bad news is we're not likely to go anywhere from here and what goes for the Dow likely goes for the other indexes as well.
On the S&P (/ES), we're looking for 1,960 to hold and the weak bounce would be 1,980 and strong back to 2,000. On the Nasdaq
S&P (/ES) 2,055 for a gain of $2,250 per contract  Russell (/TF) 1,155 for a gain of $4,500 per contract   Nikkei (/NKD) 19,300