Monthly Archives: November 2019

Is Recession Nearing?

There’s been plenty of clamoring that economic downturn would begin in 2019. NYT’s columnist and Nobel Prize-winning economist Paul Krugman has emphatically warned investors that a Trump victory would “trigger a global recession with no end in sight.” In February, … Continue reading

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S&P 500 + NASDAQ = RECORD LEVELS

Nasdaq Composite closed up 1.06% or $220 billion for the week; the S&P 500 rose .85%, $115 billion. Markets are said to “climb a wall of worry,” this time is no different. Have a great weekend, spend a little extra, … Continue reading

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Dow Theory is Worth a Look

Dow Theory is a century-old stock-market supposition that has been used to forecast the stock market’s directional trend. Dow Theory assumes for an upwardly bias/economic tendency to continue, and be confirmed, both the Dow Jones Industrial Average (DJI) and Dow … Continue reading

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Since this bull market began back in 2009, November has been frequently profitable for shareholders.

The S&P 500 completed its fourth trading session for the month of November near record levels. Since this bull market began back in 2009, November has been frequently profitable for shareholders. Notably, the index has already reached its monthly 1.3% … Continue reading

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S&P 500 Hits Intraday Record High, Why?

#PositiveNews #StocksHitRecordHighs America added 128,000 new hires to the workforce in October, 39k more than economists’ estimates. Stocks are rallying on the report, why? At closer inspection, the real nugget of information appears to be in the revisions (upward) for … Continue reading

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