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It’s been a solid open for U.S. large-cap stocks. Let’s take a look at the DOW from an intermediate-term perspective. Full Article

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The last significant “dip” in the DOW occurred at the beginning of March; since then, bidders have dominated the action. Full Article

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This afternoon’s release from the Fed gave us a fairly clear picture of what they have in mind for the coming 9-12 months ― more QE. Full Article

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The President’s Day market closure is always a good time to reevaluate where the markets are positioned. Full Article

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For now, any nagging political uncertainties have subsided. Trump is out, Biden is in. Full Article

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As we roll into mid-January trade, the DOW and broader U.S. stock market remain in bullish territory. Full Article

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Given today’s degree of political uncertainty, it will come as no surprise if the DOW posts a major short-term retracement. Full Article

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It’s been a rough open to the week for U.S. stocks. However, some bids are hitting the markets, paring early losses. Full Article

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In the hours since the Electoral College vote, price action in the DOW and December E-mini DOW futures has been positive. Full Article

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Despite COVID-19 gloom, investors remain optimistic about U.S. large caps. Subsequently, the DJIA is holding above the 30,000 psyche level. Full Article

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Until we see a major pullback in U.S. large-cap stocks, one is well-advised to maintain a bullish bias toward the DOW, SPX, and NASDAQ. Full Article

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The outlook for U.S. large-cap stocks is simple ― prices are up, bidding is heavy, and the sentiment is bullish. Full Article

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Today's headlines from the U.S. Treasury Department is lauded as being a big deal to the pending COVID-19 recovery. Full Article

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Despite today’s numbers, risk-assets are gaining ground. The DJIA is positive and looking to extend gains ahead of the bell. Full Article

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with political and COVID-19 uncertainty residing, December E-mini DOW futures are entering uncharted waters. Full Article

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