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Analyst: World ‘Preparing’ for the Worst

Following a weak opening, the Dow Jones slipped by 0.33 percent to 26,172 on Tuesday, maintaining the 26,000-point level but disappointing investors after a strong week of gains. The Dow careened 100 points lower following Monday’s meteoric rally. | Source: Yahoo Finance Despite the optimism of investors surrounding the Federal Reserve’s reluctance towards increasing its benchmark interest rate, strategists are not convinced that the Dow is ready for a full-fledged rally. Markets Preparing the Worst, Will it Zap the Dow Rally? The Dow is said to have slipped since the…

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US Stock Market Wobbles as China Trade Talk Sentiment Sours

The US stock market has been riding a wave of optimism stemming from optimism about a swift resolution to the ongoing US-China trade talks. However, President Donald Trump’s comments are now swinging from a “good chance” of an immediate deal to claims that he is “not in a hurry” to make one. Meanwhile, reports are breaking that further meetings between Washington and Beijing won’t happen until April, at the earliest, and the US stock market is not taking the news well. Dow Jones Futures Visibly React to Trade Deal Delay…

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US Stock Market Could Hit an All-Time High in 2019

Stocks in the US could be about to hit a new all-time high, according to an $8 billion asset manager who believes getting there won’t come without any trouble, although in the short run the stock market is “as good as it gets.” Speaking during CNBC’s “Trading Nation,” Avalon Advisors’ chief investment officer Bill Stone revealed he expects a near-term pullback to hit the stock market, backing his reasoning with the recent rally’s “torrid pace.” Per his words, the rebound the market has been seeing “ranks as the strongest non-recession…

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Analyst Warns S&P 500 Could Struggle to Go Higher After Recovery

Todd Gordon, a long-time stock analyst and the founder of TradingAnalysis.com, is “nervous” about the current state of the S&P 500. The index crashed just before Christmas to below 2350, but has affected a steady recovery in the meantime. By press time it had gained 2% on its numbers 3 months ago. The index crashed just before Christmas to below 2350, but has affected a steady recovery in the meantime. By press time it had gained 2% on its numbers 3 months ago. A Gordon tells CNBC in a recent…

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Oil Throws Dow a Lifeline as Desperate Saudis Plan Even Bigger Output Cuts

The U.S. stock market clung to gains Wednesday, as rebounding oil prices propelled the energy sector-heavy Dow higher following Saudi Arabia’s latest pledge to scale back production. DOW SLAMS ON THE BRAKES By the middle of the day, the Dow Jones Industrial Average had given up most of its 200-point gain. The blue-chip index is currently up 74.42 points, or 0.29%, at 25,500.18. It opened with a triple-digit gain following a strong pre-market showing for Dow futures. The Dow pulled back following a triple-digit gain in the morning. Financials bellwether…

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Art Hogan Slashes 2019 US Stock Forecast With 12%

Image from Shutterstock. National Securities Managing Director and Chief Market Strategist Art Hogan has adjusted his year-end target for the S&P 500 Index from his initial prediction of 3,250 points to 2,850, citing continued uncertainty caused by a mixture of factors including the ongoing U.S. government shutdown and the U.S. – China trade dispute. Art Hogan cuts his S&P 500 prediction of 3,250 points to 2,850, citing continued uncertainty caused by a mixture of factors including the ongoing U.S. government shutdown and the U.S. – China trade dispute. Image from…

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Government Shutdown Doesn’t Stop Dow from Best Start Since 2006

The first seven sessions of trading have delivered the best start to a year for the Dow Jones Industrial Average and other stock market indices since 2006. Government Shutdown Continues, But so Does Dow Rally 800,000 workers went without pay on Friday due to the ongoing government shutdown. It’s now the longest in history with no end in sight. And it’s costing the US around $1.2 billion in GDP every week. The stock market appears to be completely ignoring this mounting crisis for the government and many of its workers….

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Dow, S&P 500 Eye Further Gains after Wild Week on Wall Street

Following a wild week on Wall Street, the US stock market looks poised to extend its latter-week recovery following the opening bell on Friday, with the Dow Jones Industrial Average, S&P 500, and Nasdaq futures indices all pointing north as of the time of writing. Dow Seeks to Extend Recovery Dow futures had risen 111 points to 23,264, or 0.48 percent at the time of writing, followed closely behind by S&P 500 futures with implied gains of 0.43 percent. Nasdaq futures were up about 0.22 percent. The Dow Jones Industrial…

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Bitcoin Price Significantly Outperforming the S&P 500 in December

In December, traders’ investment in the cryptocurrency market has been comparatively better than what it was on Wall Street, as demonstrated by the relative performance of the Bitcoin price and S&P 500 index. S&P 500 Slumps Below Bitcoin Price on 30-Day Chart Bitcoin underwent an impressive bullish correction after falling almost 85% from its all-time high near $20,000. The price at the beginning of December established an interim bottom level at $3,127 before jumping towards its monthly high near $4,237. That totaled its correction to almost 35.5%. Chart comparing the…

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Dow Climbs 1050 Points in Historic Rally as Bitcoin Slumps

The US stock market may be in dire straits relative to its early-year performance, but don’t call it a recession yet. Bolstered by strong showings from the retail and energy sectors, the Dow Jones Industrial Average and S&P 500 each posted stellar post-Christmas rallies, even as the bitcoin price slumped several percentage points to headline a generally-sluggish day for the cryptocurrency market. Both the Dow and S&P 500 had waded into the red earlier in the day, but the two stock market indices roared back to life heading into the…

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