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380.06 -4.48    -1.17%
12:53:20 - Real-time Cboe. Currency in USD ( Disclaimer )
Type:  ETF
Market:  United States
Underlying:  Dow Jones
Asset Class:  Equity
  • Volume: 2,726,090
  • Bid/Ask: 0.00 / 0.00
  • Day's Range: 379.80 - 382.92
SPDR Dow Jones Industrial Average 380.06 -4.48 -1.17%

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Rise Unlimited Mar 25, 2024 12:57AM ET
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Selling to newcomers
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samir salomon Feb 13, 2024 12:12PM ET
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I hope it goes up soon
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Dalton Grey Jan 02, 2024 2:03PM ET
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The 30 have held up remarkably well compared to the NASDAQ and S&P
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Every company in this index is trading 700% Higher over 7 years, as well as increase their debt 700%. Higher with the higher cost to service the debt. During the toxic time, companies can't refinance. They have high interest payments on adjustable rates, and the cost of the debt makes it toxic. This is an exact repeat of 2007. Actually, Joe Biden was the one who made the bankruptcy bill. So that companies can create toxic debt and then not have to pay it back and leave the country footing the bill just as what we're having with the Treasury issue where we've spent so much money increasing the debt of the country and the cost of the debt is gotten so toxic that. We're just giving the money away to foreigners. More than actually anybody getting a benefit off the actual debt.companies face a ‘huge shock’ of having to refinance debt at higher interest rates, top strategist warns. operates through the balance sheets of nonfinancial corporations. Specifically, when the Federal Reserve raises its policy rate—the federal funds rate—this typically increases corporate interest expenses for two main reasons. First, firms with existing floating-rate debt must pay interest on this debt at a rate that moves in line with the prevailing interest rates. Second, firms that wish to refinance existing debt or issue new debt must do so at the new, higher interest rate. (When the Federal Reserve lowers its policy rate, corporate high interest expense will shock markets in debt outpacing normal pace became a toxic time.
Wayne Henriquez
Wayne Henriquez Mar 28, 2023 9:38PM ET
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yes
Nicholas Conger
NWC147 Mar 23, 2023 1:56PM ET
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Zigzag trend is down. 52 week low is 286
Jeff Bailey
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DIA $343.04 @ 01/13/23 Close!
Charles Resheske
Charles Resheske Oct 30, 2022 2:51PM ET
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time to short
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shorted
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let loose 🐂🐂🐂🐂🐂 it's bull time
 
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