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@trademaster #TradeHouses
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By Shreyashi Sanyal and Bansari Mayur Kamdar (Reuters) - Wall Street's main indexes fell on Friday, with the Nasdaq set for its fourth straight day of declines after a weak forecast from Netflix sent its shares along with other streaming companies spiraling lower. Netflix Inc (NASDAQ:NFLX) plunged 22.7% after the streaming giant fell short of market forecast for new subscribers at the end of last year and offered a downbeat outlook for early 2022. Shares of technology and media companies including Walt Disney (NYSE: DIS) Co, ViacomCBS (NASDAQ:VIAC) and Roku (NASDAQ: ROKU) that have invested heavily in streaming also fell between 4.3% and 5.0%. Seven of the 11 major S&P 500 sectors fell, with communication services down 1.7% at an eight-month low. Analysts on Thursday raised doubts about business prospects of pandemic market favorites including Netflix and Peloton Interactive (NASDAQ: PTON). However, shares of Peloton recovered somewhat from the previous day's fall, gaining 4.2% after its chief executive denied a report that the exercise bike maker was halting some production and raised second-quarter revenue forecast. "The pandemic winners are under pressure and that will likely continue. If everybody already has Netflix, it's hard to improve subscriber growth," said John Lynch, chief investment officer for Comerica (NYSE:CMA) Wealth Management in Charlotte, North Carolina. "Perhaps investors' expectations were a little stretched." Other megacap growth companies such as Microsoft (NASDAQ:MSFT), Tesla (NASDAQ:TSLA) and Apple (NASDAQ:AAPL) are scheduled to report earnings next week. Wall Street's main indexes tracked at least their third straight weekly declines, with the Nasdaq Composite set for its worst week since March 2020. The Nasdaq on Wednesday closed more than 10% below its all-time high hit in November, confirming it was in correction territory. The tech-heavy index has particularly come under pressure after rising Treasury yields and expectations of a more aggressive Federal Reserve in controlling inflation hit growth shares. The central bank's policy meeting next week will offer more clarity on its fight against surging inflation, after data earlier this month showed consumer prices rising to its highest level in four decades in December. "Maybe by the middle of next week if we get some clarity from (Fed Chair Jerome) Powell, some of that pressure on stocks can subside as investors get more comfortable" Lynch added. At 9:49 a.m. ET, the Dow Jones Industrial Average was down 17.77 points, or 0.05%, at 34,697.62, the S&P 500 was down 21.93 points, or 0.49%, at 4,460.80 and the Nasdaq Composite was down 114.42 points, or 0.81%, at 14,039.60. Single stock options totaling about $1.28 trillion were set to expire on Friday, potentially driving sharp market movements and impacting stocks that have very large call positions like Apple, Microsoft, Tesla, Amazon (NASDAQ:AMZN), Meta Platforms and Google-parent Alphabet (NASDAQ:GOOGL). Bitcoin fell sharply on Friday, as investors moved away from riskier assets and after Russia proposed a ban on the use and mining of cryptocurrencies, dragging down crypto-linked stocks such as miner Hut 8 Mining Corp and crypto exchange Coinbase (NASDAQ:COIN) Global more than 10%. Declining issues outnumbered advancers for a 2.44-to-1 ratio on the NYSE and for a 2.61-to-1 ratio on the Nasdaq. The S&P index recorded four new 52-week highs and 17 new lows, while the Nasdaq recorded four new highs and 624 new lows.

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@Nickcascione #decarolis
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Questa Γ¨ la mia analisi delle candele scaturita dal webinar di @Ivan_Gaddari con Target intermedio sul Dow Jones nell'area tra i minimi e i massimi della candela Sell to Buy ossia a 345838.70 e stop loss stretto con 0,02% di rischio a 35291.74

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@giumir #decarolis
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Ho voluto subito mettere in pratica quello che ci ha insegnato Ivan nel webinar Tickmill di oggi. Ovviamente, quando voglio testare una nuova tecnica, lo faccio in demo. Comunque, questo Γ¨ il risultato: 100 punti sul Dow Jones! E mi sono fermato lΓ¬, non ho voluto essere avido. Ho individuato una buy to sell sul grafico a 30 minuti il 19 gennaio alle 18, ho segnato i livelli di massimo e minimo, e li ho affinati alla cifra tonda. Oggi il prezzo, alle 16.30, Γ¨ entrato in quella zona, e ha reagito perfettamente. Ho scalato quindi sul 5 minuti per migliorare l’ingresso, quindi ho aperto uno short a 35382, e ho chiuso 100 punti sotto a 35182. Notare che adesso c’è una possibile sell to buy delle 15…. Grazie infinite @Ivan_Gaddari, per tutte queste conoscenze che ci trasmetti con infinita pazienza e magistrale esposizione!

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@giumir #decarolis
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Ho voluto subito mettere in pratica quello che ci ha insegnato Ivan nel webinar appena concluso. Ovviamente, quando voglio testare una nuova tecnica, lo faccio in demo. Comunque, questo Γ¨ il risultato: 100 punti sul Dow Jones! E mi sono fermato lΓ¬, non ho voluto essere avido. Ho individuato una buy to sell sul grafico a 30 minuti il 19 gennaio alle 18, ho segnato i livelli di massimo e minimo, e li ho affinati alla cifra tonda. Oggi il prezzo, alle 16.30, Γ¨ entrato in quella zona, e ha reagito perfettamente. Ho scalato quindi sul 5 minuti per migliorare l’ingresso, quindi ho aperto uno short a 35382, e ho chiuso 100 punti sotto a 35182. Notare che adesso c’è una possibile sell to buy delle 15…. Grazie infinite @Ivan_Gaddari, per tutte queste conoscenze che ci trasmetti con infinita pazienza e magistrale esposizione!

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@trademaster #TradeHouses
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By Geoffrey Smith Investing.com -- U.S. stock markets opened higher on Thursday after a surge in initial jobless claims tempered fears of aggressive interest rate hikes by the Federal Reserve. By 9:40 AM ET (1440 GMT), the Dow Jones Industrial Average was up 151 points, or 0.4% at 35,179 points, recouping around half of what it lost in Wednesday's selloff. The S&P 500 was likewise up 0.5% and the NASDAQ Composite was up 1.0%. Earlier, the Labor Department had said that initial jobless claims rose to a three-month high of 286,000, well above forecasts, against a backdrop of widespread disruption to the service sector in particular from the wave of Omicron-variant Covid-19. With most of the federal government's support for those hit by the pandemic now having been withdrawn, any rise in joblessness is more likely to have an immediate impact on final demand in the economy, as well as redressing the balance in a tight labor market. "The rise in claims reflects both an increase in layoffs due to the surge in Covid cases as well as an added boost from large seasonal adjustment factors," said Oxford Economics' Nancy Vanden Houten in a note to clients. She added, however, that she expects the weekly number to trend around 200,000 again, once the Omicron wave passes. There are tentative signs that that may already have happened, with the seven-day average of new infections having fallen around 6% from its peak last week. On a heavy day for earnings, United Airlines (NASDAQ:UAL) stock stood out with a 2.2% fall after it warned that it wouldn't return to pre-pandemic levels of capacity until next year at the earliest. Rival American Airlines Group (NASDAQ:AAL) stock also suffered as it reported a $931 million net loss for the quarter and spoke in only vague terms about returning to profitability in its quarterly report. If the travel sector suffered from negative pandemic-related newsflow, freight services had no such problems. Union Pacific (NYSE:UNP) stock and CSX (NASDAQ:CSX) stock both rose 1.7% after the railroad operators both posted strong quarters, UPR's performance bolstered in particular by shipments of industrial materials and lumber. Lumber prices have surged again as housing starts have weathered last year's spike in prices. However, there were signs earlier that rising mortgage rates are starting to have an impact on the housing market. Existing home sales fell well short of expectations in December. Elsewhere, SoFi Technologies (NASDAQ:SOFI) stock rose another 9.8%, continuing to receive inflows after getting regulatory approval to become a bank. Meanwhile, Signet Jewelers (NYSE:SIG) stock rose 2.2% after the company reported a strong fourth-quarter that allowed it to expand its buyback program.

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@trademaster #TradeHouses
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Wall Street Opens Higher as Jobless Surge Tempers Rate Fears; Dow Up 150 Pts

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@Renato_Decarolis #decarolis
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Oggi Γ¨ caccia al prezzo del DOW JONES!

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@trademaster #TradeHouses
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By Andrew Galbraith SHANGHAI (Reuters) - Asian share markets broke a five-day slide, pushing higher on Thursday as China underscored its diverging monetary and economic picture by cutting benchmark mortgage rates. The rise was set to continue in Europe, where strong earnings helped to support gains a day earlier. In early deals, pan-region Euro Stoxx 50 futures were up 0.32%, German DAX futures were 0.2% higher and FTSE futures rose 0.46%. Despite the bounce, analysts at ING said geo-political risks, notably the possibility of Russia invading Ukraine, could continue to weigh on global shares, adding to existing pressure from the rising rates outlook. "Markets may soon start to take into account a greater risk of a conflict flare-up between Russia and Ukraine, which is one reason why stocks may continue to sell and why Treasury yields aren't on a one-way ticket higher." U.S. President Joe Biden predicted on Wednesday that Russia will make a move on Ukraine, saying a full-scale invasion would be "a disaster for Russia" but suggesting there could be a lower cost for a "minor incursion." Expectations that the U.S. Federal Reserve will move more quickly to hike interest rates to combat inflation hit technology shares particularly hard overnight, pushing the Nasdaq down more than 1% into correction territory. The sell-off hit bonds as well, pushing U.S. Treasury yields to two-year highs on Wednesday, and taking Germany's 10-year yield into positive territory for the first time since May 2019 as investors bet policymakers will curb years of stimulus in order to fight rising inflation exacerbated by supply chain disruption. "There comes a point when you've offloaded, you might want to stop offloading. If bonds start to rally a little bit, and you saw yields ease off yesterday in the U.S., it kind of feels like ... we might actually not get a follow-through," said Matt Simpson, senior market analyst at City Index in Sydney. In stark contrast with the global move toward tighter policy and higher rates, China on Thursday cut its mortgage reference rate for the first time in nearly two years. The move followed a surprise cut to the central bank's rate for one-year medium-term loans on Monday. Chinese monetary authorities have signalled that they will take more easing steps this year to shore up slowing growth in the world's second-largest economy. Data released on Monday showed weakness in consumption and the property sector darkening the outlook despite a strong headline growth figure. China's blue-chip CSI300 index rose more than 1% on Thursday and Hong Kong's Hang Seng was up nearly 3% in afternoon trading. Shares of Chinese property developers boosted gains in the broad index amid hopes that government measures would help ease a funding squeeze in the embattled sector, even as another developer warned of default. The rise in Chinese shares lifted MSCI's broadest index of Asian shares outside Japan 1% higher. Seoul's Kospi rose 0.68% and Australian shares gained 0.14%. In Tokyo, the Nikkei added 1.11%. The gains in Asia came after investors on Wall Street looked past robust earnings at the outlook for inflation and rate rises. The Dow Jones Industrial Average fell 0.96% and the S&P 500 lost 0.97%. The Nasdaq Composite dropped 1.15%, putting it more than 10% below its Nov. 19 record closing high to confirm a correction. In the Asian session, U.S. yields edged up, but remained below their highs in the previous session. The benchmark 10-year yield rose to 1.8540% from a U.S. close of 1.827%, and the policy-sensitive two-year yield touched 1.0555% compared with a U.S. close of 1.025%. The pause in Treasury yields' march higher kept the greenback in check, with the dollar index which measures the greenback against six major peers at edging down to 95.553 as commodity currencies benefited from high oil prices. The Aussie dollar was 0.26% higher. The U.S. dollar edged up 0.17% against the Japanese yen to 114.50 and the euro rose 0.07% to $1.1349. In commodity markets, oil prices remained elevated after touching their highest levels since 2014 on Wednesday on strong demand and short-term supply disruptions. Global benchmark Brent crude was last down 0.1% at $88.36 per barrel and U.S. crude rose 0.36% to $87.27 per barrel. [O/R] Gold paused after marking its best session in three months a day earlier. Spot gold gave up 0.08% to $1,838.40 an ounce.

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somehow Dow performance good overall today

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Oggi Γ¨ caccia al prezzo del DOW JONES!

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By Andrew Galbraith SHANGHAI (Reuters) -Asian shares were dragged lower by weakness in Chinese economic data on Thursday although investors seemed relieved that U.S. inflation data was not hot enough to force even faster monetary tightening by the Federal Reserve. U.S. consumer price inflation was at its highest in nearly 40 years, data showed overnight, but it didn't come as a surprise and kept intact expectations for the Fed's tapering or timeline for the first rate rise as early as March. Asian shares fell in line with Chinese stocks, after data showing mainland bank lending fell more than expected in December, causing property and consumption sectors to sink. Chinese blue-chips dropped 1.3%, while MSCI's broadest index of Asia-Pacific shares outside Japan was flat after recording its biggest daily gain in a month on Wednesday. Japan's Nikkei lost nearly 1% after surging nearly 2% a day earlier. European stock futures pointed to a tepid open in those markets, and the dollar was hovering near a two-month low at 94.97. "The U.S. dollar is a counter cyclical currency which decreases as the world economy recovers," Joseph Capurso, head of international economics at the Commonwealth Bank of Australia (OTC:CMWAY), said in a note. Markets in Asia, where inflation pressures have generally been more subdued in major economies, could offer attractive risk hedging opportunities, said Jim McCafferty, Nomura's joint head of APAC equity research. "If you are a global investor and you've seen very significant stock market gains in the U.S. during 2021, if you are seeing inflation as a threat then a lot of investors may be tempted to reallocate funds away from developed equity markets in the West into the mix of developed and developing markets in East Asia," he said. The uneven performance in Asia followed small gains on Wall Street overnight, with the S&P 500 rising 0.28% and the Nasdaq Composite up 0.23%. The Dow Jones Industrial Average rose 0.11%. While longer-dated U.S. yields dipped after Wednesday's inflation data, Fed fund futures are pricing in nearly four rate hikes this year. Some analysts say that there could still be room for a more aggressive rate hike schedule. "Our expectation for sustained cyclical price pressures means that we think the Fed will continue to tighten policy into 2023 by more than investors currently anticipate," Jonathan Petersen, markets economist at Capital Economics said in a note, adding that he expected the U.S. 10-year yield to reach 2.25% by year-end, and 2.75% by the end of 2023. On Thursday, the U.S. 10-year yield edged up to 1.7499% after dipping on Wednesday to close at 1.725%. The policy-sensitive 2-year yield was up at 0.9229% from Wednesday's close of 0.907%. The dollar was also almost flat against the euro at $1.1442, after hitting its lowest since mid-November in the previous session. Overnight, it also fell versus the yen, dropping through support around 115 to hit 114.38 yen, a more than two-week low. It last bought 114.62 yen. Oil prices ticked lower, a day after hitting their highest in nearly two months on the back of a falling dollar, tighter supply, and as investors bet the spread of the Omicron coronavirus variant would have a relatively limited economic impact. [O/R] Global benchmark Brent crude fell 0.07% to $84.61 per barrel and U.S. West Texas Intermediate crude edged down to $82.58 per barrel. Spot gold held steady at $1,824.54 an ounce.

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Dow Jones- 5 minute bounce in play off 20ma. broke and retested 200ma

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Dow Jones and most indecies reversal. long orders in play

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By Anshuman Daga SINGAPORE (Reuters) - Asian equities and the dollar struggled to find direction on Tuesday as investors awaited Federal Reserve Chair Jerome Powell's appearance before the Senate Banking Committee, hoping for clues to the timing of expected policy tightening. Powell is seeking a second four-year term as head of the Fed, and his appearance before the committee will be followed by a hearing with vice chair nominee Lael Brainard on Thursday. EUROSTOXX 50 futures rose 0.6% and FTSE futures gained 0.3%, indicating a firm open for European stock markets. Global markets have been on the edge for inflation risks but Hou Wey Fook, chief investment officer at DBS Bank, said he did not think inflation was in a "runaway situation". "There are a lot of shorter term drivers like the global supply chain and economies re-opening," Hou said. "Once we have some normalisation of those things, inflation should kind of come back down to more reasonable levels and the Fed will probably not be too aggressive," he said. MSCI's broadest index of Asia-Pacific shares outside Japan rose 0.2% after slipping much as 0.3% . The Nikkei index fell 0.9% as trading resumed after a holiday on Monday. Australian stocks shed 0.8%, Taiwan added 0.3% and Seoul was steady. Hong Kong ticked 0.1% higher and China's 300 index shed 0.8%. U.S. December consumer inflation data will be released on Wednesday, with headline CPI seen coming in at a red-hot 7% on a year-on-year basis, boosting the case for interest rates to rise sooner rather than later. S&P 500 futures and Nasdaq futures were little changed. The Fed in December flagged plans to tighten policy faster than expected in response, with a rate hike perhaps as soon as March. But that was before it became clear just how fast the Omicron variant would spread, with this week's hearings the first opportunity for Powell and Brainard to say how the current outbreak of the disease have influenced their outlook. "We continue to believe lift-off in March is increasingly likely. How these debates are settled will likely have implications for post-liftoff rate hikes," Nomura's economists said in a report, referring to U.S. monetary policy. "In particular, we believe comments regarding earlier runoff and less aggressive rate hikes support our view that the Fed will slow the pace of rate hikes to two per year in 2023." Asian equities have fared relatively better so far this year. MSCI's key benchmark has held steady, with gains seen in Indian and Hong Kong stocks, while Japanese and Chinese markets dipped. U.S. shares had a bruising first week of the year when the Fed signalled that it would tighten policy faster to tackle inflation and then data showed a strong U.S. labor market. On Monday, the Dow Jones Industrial Average shed 0.45%, and the S&P 500 lost 0.14%. Technology stocks staged a late recovery to leave the Nasdaq Composite up 0.05%. On Tuesday, the dollar index, which measures the currency against six counterparts, hovered around 95.832. It hit a more than 16-month high of 96.938 on Nov. 24 amid increasing hawkishness from Fed policymakers, but has since been stuck between that level and 95.544, touched less than a week later. Yields on 10-year U.S. Treasury notes hit a high of 1.8080% in U.S. trading, levels last seen in January 2020. The yield later retreated to 1.7640. Oil prices rose on Tuesday after two days of losses. Brent crude futures rose 0.5% to $81.3 a barrel after dropping 1% in the previous session.

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By Geoffrey Smith Investing.com -- U.S. stock markets started the week with a fresh lurch to the downside as fears about rising interest rates and weaker corporate profits combined to unsettle investors. By 9:40 AM ET (1440 GMT), the Dow Jones Industrial Average was down 282 points, or 0.8%, at 35,949 points, while the S&P 500 was down 1.3% and the Nasdaq Composite was down 1.9%. Fear of inflation - and of an aggressive tightening of policy by the Federal Reserve to stop it - was primarily responsible for the move. Having had the weekend to digest an employment report that showed inflationary pressures continuing to build up in the form of higher wages and a rapidly-evaporating pool of spare labor. Analysts at Goldman Sachs revised their forecasts in response to say that they now expect the Fed to raise rates four times this year, and to start selling down its massive portfolio of bonds as early as July. In addition, there were signs of sustained supply chain issues eating into corporate profits, as yogawear maker Lululemon Athletica Inc (NASDAQ:LULU) said its holiday season sales had disappointed. Lululemon stock fell 4% to its lowest since June. However, it remains firmly in the category of companies most at risk from the rising interest rate trends. The stock was still trading at 53 times trailing earnings at Friday's close, despite already coming off its peak by more than 25%. The most eye-catching move of the morning was driven by M&A news. Zynga (NASDAQ:ZNGA) stock soared by 48% after agreeing to be bought by fellow games publisher Take-Two Interactive Software (NASDAQ:TTWO) in a cash and stock deal valuing the mobile games developer at $12.7 billion. The stock element of the deal weighed heavily on Take-Two's stock price, pushing it down by some 12.7%. Another stock under pressure was Coinbase, which suffered by association with the continuing selloff in the cryptocurrencies that generate its revenue. With Bitcoin prices briefly falling below $40,000 for the first time in over four months, Coinbase Global (NASDAQ:COIN) stock fell 6.4%. to its lowest since July. Tesla (NASDAQ:TSLA) stock also broke through a psychological support level, falling 3.3% to trade below $1,000 for the first time this year despite being named by Goldman analysts as their top pick for the coming year. Cathie Wood's ARK Innovation ETF (NYSE:ARKK), whose outsize bets on growth stocks such as Tesla generated hefty outperformance during the early stages of the pandemic rally, meanwhile continued its recent underperformance. It lost another 4.6% to trade at its lowest since July 2020. Elsewhere, Tilray (NASDAQ:TLRY) stock rose 19% after the cannabis company reported a surprise profit for the latest quarter. Moderna (NASDAQ:MRNA) stock was another to defy the general selling, rising 0.2% after raising its sales forecast for 2022 by nearly 10%, while Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing (NYSE:TSM) stock rose 1.2% after the chipmaker reported another record-breaking month for sales in December. Going in the other direction was ASML (NASDAQ:ASML) stock, falling 5.7% after the Dutch-based lithographer suffered a fire at one of its manufacturing plants in Europe. It's not clear whether the first will disrupt production of its high-margin equipment for making microprocessors.

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Wall Street Opens Sharply Lower on Profits, Rates Fears; Dow Down 280 Pts

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@Roberto_88 #decarolis
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la mia analisi di uno short sul Dow Jones ha dato i suoi frutti!! Certo non Γ¨ moltissimo ma come allenamento nell'imparare ad usare questi strumenti va bene!!

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@Roberto_88 #decarolis
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perΓ² quella aperta sul dow ancora va...

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@Roberto_88 #decarolis
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aperto adesso uno short a 6H sul Dow Jones!!

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@lueley #BTC-ECHO
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Ich habe doch meine Analyse von Mittwoch hier geteilt oder? es sind immer Zonen, auch wenn der Markt ziemlich effizient ist, so effizient wie Dax DOW und co, die marken gerne auf den punkt genau anlaufen um zu drehen ist krypto nicht. > @holle said: was würdet ihr mit eurer Erfahrung sagen wir weit geht es im sehr ungünstigen Fall? was sind große Grenzen? klar der Bereich bei 32.000 - aber ist auch noch <20.000 realistisch mâglich? oder drücken dann die Wale dagegen? wobei denen das ja vermutlich erstmal Wurscht ist, wenn sie langfristig "denken".

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By Geoffrey Smith Investing.com -- The U.S. economy posted fewer jobs than expected for a second straight month in December, but the government's monthly report still pointed to ongoing inflationary pressures coming from the labor market. The Labor Department said nonfarm employment rose by only 199,000 through the middle of the month. That's only half the expected 400,000 and a sharp contrast to the 807,000 gain in private payrolls reported in ADP's concurrent survey earlier in the week. The disappointment was only partly mitigated by an upward revision of 39,000 to November's payrolls number. However, there was still plenty of evidence that labor market tightness is feeding through into higher wages. Average hourly earnings rose 0.6% on the month, faster than November's rate of 0.4%, which was also revised higher. Analysts had forecast growth of 0.4%. The unemployment rate, meanwhile, fell below 4% of the workforce for the first time since March 2020, and the broader U6 unemployment rate, which captures a broader range of underemployment, fell sharply to 7.3% from 7.7% a month earlier. "There are methodological issues with the establishment survey," said Marc Chandler, managing director of Bannockburn Global Forex via Twitter (NYSE:TWTR). "Seasonal patterns have been neutered by Covid and fewer companies (are) participating." Chandler suggested that the Fed is focusing more on inflation than on jobs numbers right now, and that next week's data are likely to show another rise in inflation in December. "The Fed is on course to hike earlier rather than later," tweeted Societe Generale (OTC:SCGLY) Macro Strategist Kit Juckes. U.S. stock futures reacted negatively to the news, reversing tentative gains made in the overnight session on perceptions that the data will embolden the Federal Reserve to tighten monetary policy more and faster than thought earlier. By 8:45 AM ET (1345 GMT), Dow Jones Futures were down 58 points, or 0.2%, while the S&P 500 Futures contract was also down 0.2% and Nasdaq 100 Futures were down 0.6%. Other risk assets also suffered, with Bitcoin falling 4% to trade close to a four-month low of $41,206 that it hit earlier in the session. With the exception of the headline jobs number, the report broadly corroborates the picture painted earlier this week by other economic data that showed companies struggling to retain staff despite rapidly rising labor costs. The Labor Department's Job Openings and Labor Turnover survey showed employees quit their jobs at a record rate in November - with analysts surmising that those that departed went mostly to higher-paid jobs elsewhere. The Institute of Supply Management's non-manufacturing activity index, meanwhile, was skewed sharply higher by the prices subindex, which is closely correlated to labor costs. The report also hinted at the ongoing structural labor market problems left behind by the pandemic, one of which has been the disproportionate pressure on women to drop out of the labor force due to school closures and childcare requirements (as well as the disproportionate impact of the pandemic on services, where female participation is higher than in manufacturing). Liz Ann Sonders, chief investment strategist with Charles Schwab (NYSE:SCHW), noted that 152,000 men took jobs in the month, compared to only 66,000 women.

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@Renato_Decarolis #decarolis
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Oggi Γ¨ caccia al prezzo del Dow Jones!

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GameStop $GME plans to sign partnerships with 2 cryptocurrency companies according to Dow Jones

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the DOW was like 100

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DOW 3m, stamattina ho impostato un long su una confluenza di zone di demand, si Γ¨ poi chiuso con un x3 e una piccola posizione ancora in ballo che sta ora a x4 circa (scusate se non si capisce niente dal grafico πŸ˜ƒ)

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the dow, with FED yesterdays evening

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By Lawrence Delevingne BOSTON (Reuters) - U.S. stocks were flat or down and Treasury yields largely unchanged Wednesday morning following earlier gains to start the new year and ahead of key Federal Reserve meeting minutes to be released later in the day. The Dow Jones Industrial Average fell 13.26 points, or 0.04%, to 36,786.39; the S&P 500 lost 2.9 points, or 0.06%, to 4,790.64; and the Nasdaq Composite dropped 45.86 points, or 0.29%, to 15,576.86. With U.S. inflation surging, investors will be looking at the minutes from the Fed's December meeting, set for release at 2 p.m. EST (1900 GMT), for signs of how willing policymakers are to tighten monetary policy and, if so, how quickly. "It's all about the degree to which the evidence in the minutes suggests that the majority of the committee is looking for a faster-than-expected pace of balance-sheet reduction," said Peter Chatwell, head of multi-asset strategy at Mizuho. With expectations for rate hikes as early as March, Treasury yields jumped on Monday and Tuesday. But on Wednesday they pulled back slightly, with the U.S. 10-year yield at 1.6543%, compared with the previous session's peak of 1.686%, which was the highest since late November. One positive economic indicator on Wednesday was the ADP National Employment report, which showed private payrolls increased by 807,000 jobs last month, more than double what economists polled by Reuters had forecast. Citing an optimistic corporate earnings forecast, market analysts at Citi raised their 2022 S&P 500 index price target to 5,100, a 7% gain from year-end 2021. "We remain moderately constructive on the broader market outlook, while acknowledging valuation headwinds as the Fed moves down a more hawkish path," the Citi analysts wrote. Citi's target was toward the higher end of other banks, with Morgan Stanley (NYSE:MS) at 4,400 and Goldman Sachs (NYSE:GS) also at 5,100. "It’s still very much start-of-the-year mode," said Chatwell of Mizuho. "Risk appetite is, as is seasonally the case, strong at this point, and the consensus view is that there is good upside still in equity markets." Oil prices extended gains on Wednesday, rising toward $81 a barrel after OPEC+ producers stuck to an agreed output target rise for February and investors assessed the impact of a spike in COVID-19 cases caused by the Omicron variant. U.S. crude rose 0.78% to $77.59 per barrel and Brent was at $80.69, up 0.86% on the day. The U.S. dollar index was down around 0.4% on the day, having edged down below recent two-week highs. In cryptocurrencies, bitcoin was up about 1.7% at $46,617 - still significantly below its most recent all-time high of $69,000 reached in November. A new research note from Goldman Sachs said that bitcoin will take market share away from gold as a "store of value" in 2022 as digital assets become more widely adopted. Spot gold added 0.8% to $1,828.66 an ounce. U.S. gold futures gained 0.06% to $1,815.10 an ounce.

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By Alun John HONG KONG (Reuters) - Asian stocks fell on Wednesday as higher U.S. Treasury yields weighed on global tech firms and pushed the dollar to a five-year high against Japan's yen. U.S. yields rose on Tuesday as bond investors geared up for interest rate hikes from the Federal Reserve by mid-year to curb stubbornly high inflation.[US/] The shift in market focus back to prospect for U.S. interest rate hikes has revived a rotation out of growth-sensitive stocks, such as tech firms, into ones that offer income, such as financials and industrials. MSCI's broadest index of Asia-Pacific shares outside Japan lost 1%, after hitting a three-week high the day before, while Japan's Nikkei was little changed. U.S. stock futures also slipped with S&P 500 e-minis down 0.25% and Nasdaq e-minis losing 0.48%. European Stoxx 50 futures were flat. "From Asia's perspective, it's a slightly more risk-off tone because it's one of those days where higher bond yields are a bad thing, as, even though they reflect a stronger U.S. backdrop, they tend to be supportive of the dollar rather than local currencies," said Rob Carnell, head of Asia Pacific research at ING. "But it's pretty choppy, tomorrow we might get back to thinking the higher yields reflect a stronger global backdrop," Carnell said. He said declines in the Nasdaq have dragged on Asia's big tech stocks. In Japan, Nintendo slipped 1.7% and South Korea's Samsung (KS:005930) shed 2.5%. In Hong Kong, tech stocks lost 3.7% with added pressure coming from China's fines on Alibaba (NYSE:BABA), Tencent, and Bilibili (NASDAQ:BILI). U.S. shares were mixed on Tuesday with the tech-heavy Nasdaq falling 1.3%, although rising yields boosted banks. Industrial names helped the Dow Jones Industrial Average to a record closing high and the S&P 500 to touch an all-time intraday high. [.N] U.S. five-year notes, which reflect rate hike expectations, soared to their highest since February 2020 on Monday, while two-year note yields hit their strongest level since March 2020. Benchmark U.S. 10-year treasury yields touched a six-week high on Tuesday and were last at 1.6473%. [US/] Minutes from the Fed's December meeting, due at 1900 GMT, could highlight U.S. policymakers' newfound sensitivity to inflation and their readiness to tighten policy. "The market is now speculating that a March rate hike is possible when the Fed stops purchasing assets, therefore yields are rising," said Edison Pun, senior market analyst at Saxo Markets in Hong Kong. He said he thought declines in tech stocks would be short-lived, while rising yields would help banking stocks. HSBC's Hong Kong-listed shares rose 2.3% on Wednesday, though Chinese bad debt manager Huarong lost 50% as trading resumed after a nine-month suspension, giving investors the chance to revalue the embattled company. On the mainland, China Mobile (NYSE:CHL) gained 3.4% on their Shanghai debut on Wednesday after the company raised $7.64 billion in the country's biggest public share offering in a decade. In currency markets, the yen was at 116.04 per dollar having dropped to 116.34 overnight, its lowest since March 2017, while the dollar index, which measures the greenback against six peers, was at 96.226, the stronger end of its recent range. With the Bank of Japan widely expected to be late if not last in the queue to hike rates, the gap between U.S. and Japanese yields are rising, hurting the yen. [FRX/] Oil prices were steady having gained in the previous session. Brent crude futures were flat at $79.99 a barrel while U.S. crude futures were at $76.75 a barrel.[O/R] Spot gold was at $1,814 an ounce, steady on the day and at the upper end of its recent range.

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oil banks and dow stonks getting the love

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Dow still green on the day

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The DOW is today's leader with the rise in bond yields

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CYCLI WHAT > @HeyShoe said: Dow up

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By Lawrence Delevingne BOSTON (Reuters) - Wall Street's party to start the New Year extended into Tuesday, pushing U.S. stocks to fresh highs, echoing share gains in Europe and Asia, with oil and the dollar also climbing. The S&P 500 gained 19.64 points, or 0.41%, to 4,816.2 -- a fresh record -- while the Dow Jones Industrial Average rose 209.72 points, or 0.57%, to 36,794.78. The technology-heavy Nasdaq Composite was more muted, adding 3.14 points, or 0.02%, to 15,835.94., a day after Apple Inc (NASDAQ:AAPL) became the first company to hit a $3 trillion stock market value. Bullish indicators came from the World Health Organization, which said it saw more evidence that the Omicron coronavirus variant is causing milder symptoms, and reports showing strong European and Asian manufacturing activity. The Euro STOXX 600 gained more than 1% to hit a record of 495.37 points, topping its previous all-time high scaled a day earlier. Asian stocks were on the front foot following Wall Street's record highs on its first trading day of 2022, with MSCI's gauge of Asia Pacific stocks outside Japan up around 0.4%. The U.S. dollar extended gains against Japan's yen on Tuesday, hitting new five-year highs as investors bet that the Omicron coronavirus variant would have limited economic impact and that the Federal Reserve would hike rates. The dollar index rose 0.124%, with the euro down 0.08% to $1.1285. Benchmark U.S. 10-year Treasury yields rose to their highest level in six weeks on Tuesday, as a selloff in governments bonds resumed in the London trading session, as investors bet on a series of interest rate raises this year to combat rising inflation. Benchmark 10-year notes last fell 12/32 in price to yield 1.67% in morning trading. Oil prices rose again on Tuesday as OPEC+ agreed to stick to its planned increase in oil output for February, sources from the group told Reuters, because it expects the Omicron coronavirus variant to have a short-lived impact on demand. U.S. crude recently rose 1% to $76.84 per barrel and Brent was at $79.86, up 1.11% on the day. Gold consolidated above the key $1,800 per ounce level on Tuesday, after a sharp retreat in the last session, as some investors sought cover from pandemic-led uncertainty, inflation and its likely impact on the U.S. Federal Reserve's rate hike trajectory. Spot gold added 0.5% to $1,809.44 an ounce. U.S. gold futures gained 0.39% to $1,806.40 an ounce.

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By Peter Nurse Investing.com - European stock markets are expected to open higher Tuesday, continuing the positive start to the new year on hopes of a steady economic recovery despite a surge in Covid-19 cases. At 2 AM ET (0700 GMT), the DAX futures contract in Germany traded 0.2% higher, CAC 40 futures in France climbed 0.5% and the FTSE 100 futures contract in the U.K. rose 1%. European indexes posted strong gains on Monday, the first trading day of the new year, with the pan-European STOXX 600 index ending at a record close. Wall Street followed suit, with the S&P 500 and the Dow Jones Industrial Average also closing at record levels, while Asia was largely on the front foot Tuesday. Helping the tone Tuesday was the news that China’s factory activity grew at a faster pace in December. The Caixin manufacturing purchasing managers’ index came in at 50.9, the highest since June 2021, despite sporadic Covid-19 outbreaks slowing down the country’s economic recovery. This optimism exists despite the continued uncertainty around the Covid-19 pandemic, with many European countries, as well as the U.S., reporting record numbers of daily cases, prompting the reimposition of restrictions to stop the spread of the highly contagious Omicron variant. German retail sales rose 0.6% on the month in November, a year-on-year fall of 2.9%, an unexpected improvement from the previous month. The country’s unemployment rate for December will be in the spotlight later in the session, along with preliminary French inflation figures for the same month and the U.K. manufacturing PMI release. In corporate news, Novartis (SIX:NOVN) is likely to be in the spotlight after a U.S. court of appeals upheld the validity of a patent for the Swiss drugmaker’s multiple sclerosis treatment Gilenya. Elsewhere, the tech sector could be in focus after Apple's (NASDAQ:AAPL) stock-market valuation briefly rose above $3 trillion for the first time on Monday, while Tesla (NASDAQ:TSLA) recorded strong gains after the electric-car manufacturer posted a strong fourth quarter in terms of vehicles delivered. Additionally, embattled property developer China Evergrande Group (HK:3333) said earlier Tuesday its contracted sales for 2021 had plunged 39% from the previous year. Oil prices traded largely flat Tuesday ahead of a meeting of top producers to discuss future output levels amid rising Omicron cases but only limited restrictive measures in the biggest fuel-consuming countries. The Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries and allies, a grouping called OPEC+, will meet virtually later in the day, with the cartel expected to stick to its plan to increase output by 400,000 barrels per day in February. Investors also await U.S. crude oil supply data from the American Petroleum Institute, due later in the day. By 2:05 AM ET, U.S. crude futures traded 0.1% lower at $76.03 a barrel, while the Brent contract edged lower to $78.97. Both contracts jumped more than 1% on Monday. Additionally, gold futures rose 0.2% to $1,803.95/oz, while EUR/USD traded flat at 1.1294.

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DOW esplosivo, per ora

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senza riferimenti Γ¨ veramente dura, ci vuole coraggio. Potrebbe crollare da un momento all'altro...... > @For_Ex_Wife said: DOW si guada a vista in territori inesplorati

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eh mi sa che avevano torto come al solito i retail > @For_Ex_Wife said: DOW J. ieri i retail si sono girati short in maniera "strong", indicazione forte rialzista

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DOW si guada a vista in territori inesplorati

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io sono su GBP USD. Quando apre Wall Street, seguirΓ² il Dow

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DOW J. ieri i retail si sono girati short in maniera "strong", indicazione forte rialzista

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scusa Ivan, ma il Dow quali target potrebbe raggiungere se parte a rialzo ?

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DOW 5m, si puo cominciare a porre attenzione

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DOW 15m, trend line rossa fa da spartiacque tra la corsa verso il massimo e un forte storno

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**@IBDinvestors:** The Dow Jones Industrial Average is up 19% year to date. https://t.co/WqIn72gr8g https://twitter.com/IBDinvestors/status/1475993195368615937

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**@CNBC:** Stock futures open flat after Dow notches fifth straight day of gains https://t.co/Ybc780PAH8 https://twitter.com/CNBC/status/1475966564361019400

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manca un pizzicotto a ATH del dow

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DOW 1m, hanno fatto 2 volte lo stesso schema di rottura e allo stesso prezzo, tipico di una fase di manipolazione in un range, in modo da intrappolare sempre tutti quelli che credono che ora si parte fino a quando sono stremati e sfiduciati che possa effettivamente ripartire, da li loro possono partire veramente

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Key Metrics

Market Cap

42.76 B

Beta

1.06

Avg. Volume

5.12 M

Shares Outstanding

739.61 M

Yield

4.76%

Public Float

0

Next Earnings Date

2022-01-27

Next Dividend Date

Company Information

Dow combines global breadth, asset integration and scale, focused innovation and leading business positions to achieve profitable growth. The Company's ambition is to become the most innovative, customer centric, inclusive and sustainable materials science company, with a purpose to deliver a sustainable future for the world through its materials science expertise and collaboration with its partners. Dow's portfolio of plastics, industrial intermediates, coatings and silicones businesses delivers a broad range of differentiated science-based products and solutions for its customers in high-growth market segments, such as packaging, infrastructure, mobility and consumer care. Dow operates 106 manufacturing sites in 31 countries and employs approximately 35,700 people. Dow delivered sales of approximately $39 billion in 2020.

CEO: James Fitterling

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HQ: 2211 H H Dow Way Midland, 48642-4815 Michigan

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