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At the moment, the markets appear giddy over the prospect of another round of U.S. government stimulus and economic recovery. Full Article

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It’s been a big morning for Robinhood founders Baiju Bhatt and Vlad Tenev. Each sold $50 million worth of stock ― not bad for a day’s work. Full Article

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Fundamentals are ruling the U.S. indices as infrastructure spending and lax Fed monetary policy have investors betting on inflation. Full Article

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For the past six weeks, the Greenback has posted solid gains versus the Euro. Now, EUR/USD rates are closing in on 2021’s low (1.1704). Full Article

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The Delta variant is being credited with driving today’s downturn. Here’s where the situation with Delta currently stands: Full Article

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For the DOW, 35,000 is officially in play. This is a key psychological barrier and pivotal technical area for American large-cap stocks. Full Article

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One can make the case that today’s robust NFP report, as well as lofty equities valuations, are products of an economic “sugar high.” Full Article

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Robinhood’s fine isn't a huge market mover, but it has sent a message: Biden-era SEC and FINRA are going to be major factors in the markets. Full Article

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Over the next several sessions, the U.S. labor markets will be put under the microscope. If positive, the DJIA will likely hit 35,000. Full Article

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For the DOW and U.S. large-cap stocks, it’s all systems go. Let’s take a closer look at the DJIA and the all-important 35,000 handle. Full Article

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With the Fourth of July weekend only seven days away, U.S. large-cap stocks and the DOW continue to chug higher. Full Article

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As we roll into late June trade, it looks like the Fed is beginning to plan an exit from their unlimited QE program. Full Article

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Ahead of the Fed announcements, U.S. stocks were down modestly. Now, it appears that sentiment has remained moderately negative. Full Article

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The big story on Wall Street today is the exploding energy prices. WTI crude oil is now above $71.00 and rising. Full Article

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U.S. large-cap stocks are grinding higher. Today’s robust Nonfarm payrolls figures certainly haven’t hurt sentiment. Full Article

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