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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.
Every man must patiently bide his time. He must wait -- not in listless idleness but in constant, steady, cheerful endeavours
Earnings will give us a good view of the bigger picture and, until then, we are very well-hedged, slightly bearish and very
Previously posted on Paladin Registry. The dooms-day people are rarely right over long time periods for one simple reason
Frankly, I'd be a lot more confident in this rally if we had taken the same two weeks to come back as we did to fall. Why
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.
One date we were watching was Jan 8th, which was the day large shareholders were to begin to be able to sell stocks again
That's right, remember how we cashed out last week and how we had those disaster hedges in Friday morning's post? Turns
How could a stunning one-day decline in a 2,000 point index be projected within 2 points of the 1971.89 close? How could the Dow's ninth largest point decline ever, and largest point decline since August 8, 2011, be projected within one percent?
The iPhone and iPad maker had been notable by its absence in the 30-stock average, precluded from inclusion because its stock
The U.S. economy added 288,000 jobs in June, racing past the 212,000 that economists had expected. The U.S. unemployment