US 30 (DJI)

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16,166.00 -208.76    -1.27%
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Type: Index
Market: United States
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  • Open: 16,148.00
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Chris Kimble
Change Allocations On A .2% Move?
By Chris Kimble - Sep 03, 2015

Can you believe that its a really big deal to some if an index is down 9.9% from it highs (non-correction territory) or if its down 10.1% (correction territory)? Does .2% dictate that we make a ...

Guy S. Ortmann, CMT
NYSE: Short Term Neutral/Positive  
By Guy S. Ortmann, CMT - Sep 03, 2015

Sentiment Remains On Green Lights Opinion: Our next commentary will be on Tuesday, September 6. All of the indexes closed higher yesterday with positive internals on heavy volume, although lower than...

Craig Erlam
ECB Press Conference Key, U.S. Data Also Eyed
By Craig Erlam - Sep 03, 2015

China has largely been blamed for causing so much volatility and negativity in financial markets in recent weeks so it should be no surprise that, as its markets close in observance of Victory Day, ...

Wall Street Daily
The End Of The Commodity Super Cycle
By Wall Street Daily - Sep 03, 2015

The recent decline in commodity prices resembles a downhill mountain biking expedition. The price drop has been so severe that we’ve seen a nearly one-sided market, with buyers largely absent in...

Technical Trading
Daily FX And Dow Jones Levels: September 3rd, 2015
By Technical Trading - Sep 03, 2015

EUR/USD Today’s support: -1.1203(main), where correction is possible. Break would give 1.1182, where correction also may be. Then follows 1.1154. Break of the latter would result in 1.1130. If a...
Dow And S&P 500 Incline Again
By  - Sep 03, 2015

Dow Jones: Dow has inclined again after finding some kind of support at 16100.00 zone, but it is currently approaching 38.2% Fibonacci level as seen on the provided daily chart. Technical indicators ...

John Rubino
Eleven Crazy Days — Many More Coming
By John Rubino - Sep 03, 2015

Twelve months ago, the world was happily sailing along in the Great Moderation, with financial markets that moved gracefully higher most of the time, but even in their rare negative moments, ...

Markets Remain Volatile  
By OptionsClick - Sep 03, 2015

U.S. shares rose on Wednesday despite ongoing concerns about global growth that have wreaked havoc in recent weeks. However, some analysts attribute yesterday’s gains to ADP’s employment ...

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Budd Fox
Budd Fox 1 hour ago
173,000 disappointing. Indices selling off after initial optimism.
Top Floor
Top Floor 1 hour ago
Market might still go back up after opening. 173,000 jobs falls below expectations which means less chance of a rate hike which is an excuse to inject more of Uncle Scam's funny money into the markets.
Budd Fox
Budd Fox 1 hour ago
You are right. But we will probably test 15800 - 15900 before that. Plus it is a bad month for stocks. . . Very tricky these old markets.
Top Floor
Top Floor 1 hour ago
I really don't trust the Fed and their crony banks on Fraud Street. They were bailed out in 2008 so what makes you think they won't get insider information as to when exactly a rate hike will occur? Yellen can easily give the legalized crooks a green light to buy more equities even though they'll be buying against fundamentals. We can easily go from -200 to +200 by the end of the day.
Yasar Khan
Yasar Khan 3 hours ago
Gus Whats Your Opinion about Dow Jones today while U.S. job report coming at 12:30 GMT time. Since morning it came down as Asian Markets also came down.....Please share your views...Appreciated....
Top Floor
Top Floor 1 hour ago
Hard to say in this rigged and manipulated market for day to day trading. I just see macro economic indicators pointing towards a bear market over the medium term. Personally I wouldn't want to hold equities over the Labour Day long weekend especially when China's market opens on Monday when we're closed. Might get ugly next week.
Papa Bear
Papa Bear 19 hours ago
I've moved on to trading oil, easier to keep track and the comments section is a complete warzone lol
Top Floor
Top Floor 19 hours ago
Oil is a lot more volatile than the DOW but then the volatility is better for day traders. Trading the DOW is better over the medium term.
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