We have updated our privacy policy and terms & conditions. Find out more here.
8
 

Dow 30

Add/Remove from a Portfolio  
17,083.80 -2.83    (-0.02%)
24/07 - Closed. Currency in USD ( Disclaimer )
Type: Index
Market: United States
# Components: 30

  • Prev. Close: 17,083.80
  • Open: 17,106.50
  • Day's Range: 17,061.07 - 17,119.83
Trade Now
  24Option AVA Plus500 Markets XForex
Dow 30 17,083.80 -2.83 (-0.02%)
Add/Remove from a Portfolio  
Trade Now
  24Option AVA Plus500 Markets XForex

Dow 30 Discussions

US 30
 
 
 
Are you sure you want to delete this chart?
 
All Comments (351)
 

Comment Guidelines

We encourage you to use comments to engage with users, share your perspective and ask questions of authors and each other. However, in order to maintain the high level of discourse we’ve all come to value and expect, please keep the following criteria in mind: 

  • Enrich the conversation
  • Stay focused and on track. Only post material that’s relevant to the topic being discussed.
  • Be respectful. Even negative opinions can be framed positively and diplomatically.
  •  Use standard writing style. Include punctuation and upper and lower cases.
  • NOTE: Spam and/or promotional messages and links within a comment will be removed
  • Avoid profanity, slander or personal attacks directed at an author or another user.
  • Only English comments will be allowed.

Perpetrators of spam or abuse will be deleted from the site and prohibited from future registration at Investing.com’s discretion.

Brijesh Patel
Brijesh Patel Jul 23, 2014 06:02PM GMT
Bullish dow because Barack Obama interview tomorrow at 5 PM on CNBC. Whenever FED, ECB chairman or USA president spek event market geting higher and higjer....SO buy buy ...buy

Дилян Тотев
Дилян Тотев Jul 17, 2014 04:32PM GMT
BULLISH :)
Eric Capy
Eric Capy Jul 18, 2014 05:54PM GMT
ot cade si?.
Bobby Chochkov
Bobby Chochkov Jul 21, 2014 05:35PM GMT
a ti ot kade si ?

Thomas Bjerre Kristiansen
Thomas Bjerre Kristiansen Jul 13, 2014 10:17AM GMT
Desceding broadening wedge (bullish). Will we break the line tomorrow, or visit the lower trendline Again?
Bar Bogio
Bar Bogio Jul 14, 2014 02:29PM GMT
broken

Linton White
Linton White Jul 08, 2014 09:50AM GMT
With the Dow having reached targets to the upside, a break of the current support level should see us move to around the 16800 mark
Mohammed Maliyekkal
Mohammed Maliyekkal Jul 08, 2014 11:27AM GMT
Not tday!
Bobby Chochkov
Bobby Chochkov Jul 08, 2014 06:35PM GMT
thanks Linton ,good boy
Linton White
Linton White Jul 09, 2014 01:53PM GMT
Only a pleasure ;)

Theodoridis Thomas
Theodoridis Thomas Jul 08, 2014 03:54AM GMT
the lull before the storm

xxx xxx
xxx xxx Jul 03, 2014 04:17PM GMT
should go up 1000 its just numbers and manipulation anymore.....gotta laugh at how sad the stock market has become....

Go Fl
Go Fl Jul 03, 2014 05:39AM GMT
Any news of going down 300 point?

Brijesh Patel
Brijesh Patel Jul 02, 2014 03:10PM GMT
Dont worry ...Fed yellen wants banks more resilient, Financial Stability with Price Stability as per FED i think stabilty is DOW 50000 so buy

Glen HALE
Glen HALE Jul 02, 2014 01:24PM GMT
Should hit 17k this week

Chris Riise
Chris Riise Jun 22, 2014 02:00PM GMT
Just as the weather started to warm up and the macroeconomic data began to improve,. wham! In just a little more than a week, the S&P 500 Index shed 4%. The NASDAQ. Composite Index, home of many fast-growing investor favorites, lost 6.5% in that same. period. At the same time, bond yields are falling, the emerging markets are rallying,. small-cap stocks are underperforming, the put/call ratio is still high, the dollar has been. relatively weak and defensive sectors such as utilities, telecomm and consumer staples. are making gains. What’s going on? Is growth better or worse?. For weeks, investors have been shifting out of the premium-priced high-growth. stocks, which tend to be in favor when growth is scarce, toward cheaper, large-cap,. cyclicals—“value” stocks—which are levered to economic growth. This rotation gained. steam after Federal Reserve policymakers signaled that they would consider raising. short-term interest rates as soon as mid 2015, earlier than the market expected. The. March employment report, which confirmed better growth was underway, only. exacerbated the shift. Adam Parker, Morgan Stanley & Co.’s chief US equity strategist,. says in the eight trading days ending April 4, the difference in performance between the. value and growth styles has only been as extreme as 3.4% of the time in the last 30 years.. We don’t see these dynamics as indicative of a correction. We see three explanations. for the volatility and crosscurrents that should prove short-lived: (1) hedge fund. positioning; (2) faltering faith in or lack of clarity from central bankers; and (3) falling. inflation expectations around the world, even in the US.. On the first point, Parker has pointed out that hedge fund “crowding” in momentum stocks. had reached extremes, and is now coming down. Based on his. analysis, hedge funds’ top positions underperformed their short. positions by a near-record 8% in the 12 trading days ending. April 4—a “technical rush to the exits.” The same dynamic. might be at work in the emerging markets. Hedge funds have. been broadly short the region and, as we noted last week, money. flows have begun to improve. While some have pointed to a. technical breakout of the MSCI Emerging Markets Index, we. suspect that hedge funds’ short covering is also a factor.. On the second point, some market watchers have suggested. that the bond market’s strength and the rebound in defensive. and rate-sensitive equities are driven by a nuanced interpretation. of the Fed’s messaging. For these investors, the fear is that the. Fed’s focus has subtly shifted to financial stability and deflating. potential asset bubbles. They see the Fed’s focus on exiting. from Quantitative Easing as potentially too swift and think. economic data will ultimately disappoint. They also seem to. believe that the normalized growth rate of the economy may be. lower than originally thought. We think the recent release of the. March Federal Open Market Committee meeting minutes,. which reaffirms the central bank’s focus on growth, will go a. long way to alleviating this risk.. Finally, there’s the anxiety around falling inflation. expectations, which is pushing down nominal bond yields.. Granted, measures like the five-year TIPS breakeven rate and. the five-year inflation swaps are trending down and are roughly. one-half percentage point lower than a year ago. Global. deflationary pressures seem to be intensifying, too, with the. China’s renminbi weakening further and European price trends. also lower than expected. That said, the GIC’s view is that it is. premature to extrapolate current inflation readings into a dire. scenario of stagnating growth. Instead, in the near term we see. these readings as a low-growth, low-inflation environment in. which consumer discretionary spending gets a tailwind.. . Bottom Line:. Although these transitions in monetary. stimulus are never smooth, we believe that the odds of a major. correction and near-term recession remain low. Leading. indicators across the developed world, while losing some. momentum, are still solid. What’s more, US job creation seems. on target and even the all-important labor force participation. rate is showing improvement. We remain confident that Fed. Chair Janet Yellen will remain vigilant about both employment. progress and helping the economy hit escape velocity. Even so,. as stimulus is withdrawn, fundamentals will matter more and. effective stock-picking will be necessary. Growth and inflation. may remain below expectations, keeping bonds and bond. proxies range-bound. Watch first-quarter earnings reports and. the Fed’s forward guidance. Consider more actively managed,. concentrated portfolios, especially in the US. Stay highly. diversified by asset class.
 
 
Are you sure you want to delete this chart?
 
 
 

Successfully Reported

Thank you. This comment has been flagged for a moderator.
_touchLoadingMsg
 
 

My Sentiments

Add your sentiment:
or
 
Members' Sentiments:
Bullish
35%
Bearish
65%
Disclaimer: Fusion Media would like to remind you that the data contained in this website is not necessarily real-time nor accurate. All CFDs (stocks, indexes, futures) and Forex prices are not provided by exchanges but rather by market makers, and so prices may not be accurate and may differ from the actual market price, meaning prices are indicative and not appropriate for trading purposes. Therefore Fusion Media doesn`t bear any responsibility for any trading losses you might incur as a result of using this data .

Fusion Media or anyone involved with Fusion Media will not accept any liability for loss or damage as a result of reliance on the information including data, quotes, charts and buy/sell signals contained within this website. Please be fully informed regarding the risks and costs associated with trading the financial markets, it is one of the riskiest investment forms possible.