Dow Jones Futures - Mar 23

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    • hi
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      • I want to trade
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            • BigBoysGame ...the whole world is bleeding to death from the pandemic Covid 19-21 and yet Stock martkets testing all time highs .... some thing ai’nt right here 🤔🤔🤔🤔
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              • Just heard the dow will be 40 000 in 2021 Buy time
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                • You idiot
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                • Looks like your the idiot now
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              • Fully agree with Steve Kwek Sep 10, 2020 11:44
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                • Hi could anyone give some suggestions or links with respect to to finding dow jones index or s&p500 vix futures daily prediction sites or methods/sources on a daily basis
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                  • Its not a question of is the market heading to the south pole but when.
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                    • This is a fair comment but not tradeable Except cautioning investors do NOT scoop up "Bargains". The Low Before THE Low woukd become a High!
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                  • People working in IT sector with US projects definitely seeing extra workload even as at today. The IT sector will remain intact as the fundamentals for now and future is excellent. Cov19 or not , people are using internet , shopping , cloud etc more and more. . As with traditional blue chips i ti s danger zone.. every thing is down esp travel , catering , entertainment , many will declare bankruptcy as eventually their accumulated rental debts is too much to bear . The latest consolidation in NASDAQ is excellent precursor to a bigger boom in IT usage, Warren Buffett in last 12 hours has gone into big Cloud related shares for the first time
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                    • Seems like the markets will keep on their current melt-up for now. However, one must assess risk for themselves and determine their own risk tolerances. As the market makes no sense to me, I shan't be buying anything.
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                      • Do you think dow will keep rising or its going to fall ?
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                        • Yes it will rise or fall
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                      • What a false market GDP down. Retail down. Unemployment up Recession possibly depression. And market is not responding accordingly Maybe a massive crash soon
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                        • Jehan Fernando I was telling a buddy the same thing. Bad news is good news! Nothing but blue skies and sunny days! Imagine the price action if the US hits 100k per day.. I'd say the dow would be above 30,000.
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                        • Christian Kearney  Mydaughter is a doctor and says a vaccine is not comming there is not one yet for any corona virus so this will be with us for a while because so far only 9% of pop in US has has it that is in 6 month and we need 75% to get herd immunity so that will take years
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                        • Oxford Uni will have vaccine Sept 20 its already in mass production pre trial finish now theres confidence Sarah Gilberts team at Oxford are over the moon to have achieved this ....
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                      • More virus more lock downs more unemployment yet the market cheers - what a joke !
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                        • Corona Virus numbers are on the rise! Good news for the market! The more cases they have, the more medical treatment required, the more medical treatment required, the more the economy is stimulated. If only the US can surpass Brazil in daily cases, we could expect 300,000 on the DOW and 1.2 million on the NASDAQ and 3 trillion on the S&P 500 and 1 Gazillion on the Russell 2000. Only blue skies and the sun is shining!
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                          • Ryan Wood no idea buddy. I'm a long term investor. I'm almost entirely out of the market. Long term prospects seem very poor to me. COVID is far from over and there is no certainty we'll get a vaccine for COVID. We don't even have a vaccine for the common cold or a bunk of other sicknesses. The only thing driving the market is the Fed. What happens once we get closer to November? Will there be a change in President? Will inflation finally start showing up in other areas like normal consumption goods. Will there be conflict in other parts of the world? For me, I think is the upside risk (i.e. bull market) greater than the downside risk (i.e. bear market or pull back)? The fundamentals are terrible, and you'd think post July etc will finally start seeing more defaults etc. But whatever you, I think you should try to be as informed as much as possible.
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                          • The market is not the economy and the the economy is not the market however they are linked when it suits and decoupled when it doesn’t. In addition to this and using the experts words we all know the market is forward looking and the economy backward. Based on all this the impact of COVID-19 lasted for about one month and peaked on March 23. Since then everything is great and looking forward to some fabulous point in time we are back to Feb 20 2020 levels. Like the kids cartoons say “You’ve just gotta believe”
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                          • Brendan Borg I'm curious though. On 4 June, the US had 1.1 million active COVID cases which was about the same as 20 May, showing that cases had rised and started to fall in the intervening period. As at 4 June, the peak number of active cases was 1.175 million which occured on 30 May. Now, as of yesterday there was 1.262 million. Medical studies show anti-bodies last for 2 months (so reinfection occurs). At what point does the US go back into lock-down? 2 million active cases and 200k deaths. Or do deaths and infections no longer matter?
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                        • Singapore commits another 25bn for innovation
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                          • American Airlines just secured 3.5bn in financing... Trump stimulus more to come...buy buy buy
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                            • I'm thinking all these retail investors trading on margin must be feeling a world of hurt right now. The dow could find itself back to 24k by the end of trading.
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                                • Dow is a rocket ship. I was reading that the May unemployment figures being low was down to changes in the methodology in how the figures were calculated, not an actual reduction in unemployment figures. Anyone heard the same. Never let the truth get in the way of a good story. Anyway I've got a bad case of FOMO. Anyone know the cure.
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                                  • If you've been waiting patiently to date, wait further for a pullback of 5%-10%% (index or individual stocks) before conquering FOMO. With VIX at low levels once again and making options less expensive, use put options to protect your portfolio. Thus a super dip of 15% or greater is not going to be fatal.
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                                • The DOW is doing a tremendous job of rallying in the face of adversity. It is believable to see it go to new highs in the short term, perhaps 30,000.  I'm curious though, when Q2 and Q3 GDP and earnings come out whether the market will just shrug its shoulders and say hey 'better than projected' and just ignore the bad news. I'm betting there'll be no crash now and I've missed the ride!
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                                  • Peter ElvisI have not been holding my breadth and doing nothing, and have no intention of waiting for another six months waiting for the Dow to halve from 27000. The bear market is over when the indices have got back to within 10% of their peaks for an extended period. Another six or 12 months? That's another story.. Everyone has a different risk profile.
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                                  • Stephen Lim there is so much cash and and limited assets. It seems as though there will be a new upward trend in terms of the P/E ratio and what people are prepared to pay for companies. Treasuries offer almost no yield these days, so stocks and housing (IMO) will see asset price rises even if profits reduce. It remains to be seen if the money in Wall Street ends up someone in Main Street and whether it fuels inflation in the medium term.
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                                  • Peter Elvis I wish this were true. But I think you'll find the market will ignore it. The only way I think there will be a correction (not another bear market) is where defaults are on the rise. The Fed will bail out the bigger corporations, while small businesses will fail and I think unemployment may stagnate in the high singal digits. However, unless there is a mechanism to soak up this free cash flow from the Fed other than in asset bubbles, I think the high stock prices are here to stay. I wish I had the wisdom to buy in during March.  There will be a disconnect between the economy and equity markets. Also interestingly I wonder what will happen in 401K/super funds that can't generate sufficient dividends to pay pensions?  Most markets take their lead from Wall Street. You can observe this in the DAX and FTSE 100 (e.g.) where the market is heavily responsive to what is happening in the US futures. We'll see higher equity prices the world round with higher P/E ratios and lower profitability.
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                                • Blue horseshoe loves Dow 3200 by mid Jun thanks to Fed guarantees of clear skies and unlimited purchases and new weekly cures for covid19, cancer, all health ailments too. Next Mon as always another stock surge to infinity and beyond. Market values are irrelevant now. We are in a paradigm of permanent high values. This time its different...
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                                  • Your spy-der senses serve you well, Bryce. There is no Truth to the markets, only clues left by pricing which can remain extended from reality for considerable periods.
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                                  • One of the intereesting things about this crash compared to others it the enormous and fast actions of the Fed. So there is really nothing to compare it to. The sentiment that many seems to be betting on is a quick recovery meaning that employment will quickly bounce back substantially. But, this seems difficult to believe given that savings rates are increasing and that these government benefit payments need to cease at some point. Thus at some point we will get a proper answer as to the state of the economy. But given that Trump is obsessed with the stock market, it would seem as though many of these measures will need to stay in place at least until late November early December.
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                                  • you are over thinking the markets. As long as the Fed pumps... the markets jump higher and higher. Thats it. Trump says turn on the printing press the Fed says yes Boss Ok Boss Right away Boss and as long as the Dow is up by at least triple digits from the day before, all is well in the land of the 1%
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                                • Market is only going sideways and condolidating for either side, lot of new retail investors in the market all thinking that its bad time snd lets sell the index, hence the reason market is plsying eith emotions and triggering all the stop loss ...
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                                  • Why...how... is it possible for the market to be bouncing during the worst recession ever I give up
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                                    • You sure shaun
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                                    • Peter Elvis Well Powell repetitively said don't fight the fed...
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                                    • JM Suh that seems right. I wonder if Trump doesn't get elected in November. If the Fed then is forced to reduce QE then perhaps the market will have an avenue to slide a little. If not, some pundits have made a good point re returns and inflation. That is, the Venezuelan market is up over 200% but inflation is staggering meaning there are real losses on their stock exchange. The same is potentially true for the US indices. Even though inflation is tracking fairly low, the real rate of inflation may mean the real returns in the US market are much lower.
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