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18/01 - Closed. Currency in USD ( Disclaimer )
Type: Index
Market: United States
# Components: 30
  • Volume: 372,972,531
  • Open: 24,534.19
  • Day's Range: 24,459.03 - 24,750.22
Dow 30 24,706.35 +336.25 +1.38%
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Prev. Close24,370.1
Volume372,972,531
Day's Range24,459.03 - 24,750.22
Open24,534.19
Average Vol. (3m)378,442,753
52 wk Range21,712.53 - 26,951.81
1-Year Change - 5.24%
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JFI AUSTRALIA
JFI AUSTRALIA 14 hours ago
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Trump re elected in landslide in 2020.
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Simon Harries
Simon Harries 9 hours ago
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you really think he will make it to 2020
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Seth Hatfield 6 hours ago
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You really think he will get impeached?
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JFI AUSTRALIA 3 hours ago
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Re elected most definately by a lot and no impeachment. Those pushing that need to keep pressure on Trump as they have the most to hide.
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JFI AUSTRALIA
JFI AUSTRALIA 15 hours ago
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China has $1 trillion in UST. China helps buy US goods with that $1 trillion. Reduced its UST. Trade balance between USA and China. Currency flowing in to US will leap GDP for USA and inflation. Help restore healthy debt/gdp ratio for USA. Sell bonds yields/interest rates up. Bond bulk over. More investment as investors borrow expecting rising rates. Trumps deal to restore US. Gold and Silver gain Interest rates gain bonds down bear equities 30k then 50k. Watch this happen next 6 years.
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Dave crys 9 hours ago
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Don't kid yourself trump has no plan his henchmen on the other had do.
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Alan Lee
Alan Lee 16 hours ago
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The rebound is come to the end soon.
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JFI AUSTRALIA
JFI AUSTRALIA 15 hours ago
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Doubt it.
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JFI AUSTRALIA
JFI AUSTRALIA 16 hours ago
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The fake Media is silent. Big deal coming. https://www.investors.com/news/economy/china-trade-deal-offer-to-trump-lifts-dow-jones/
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JFI AUSTRALIA Jan 19, 2019 4:28AM ET
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China and USA are planning on fair trade by early 2020's. That means no US trade deficit with China. When this is finalised buckle up as all the deep state cabal driven market collapses end.
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Satish Dupati
Satish Dupati Jan 18, 2019 11:57PM ET
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Trump is going to make major announcement @3pm US time ...perhaps an Emergency or his resignation ????
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JFI AUSTRALIA Jan 18, 2019 11:57PM ET
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Maybe a third option ;)
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fatih can Jan 18, 2019 11:57PM ET
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resignation is impossible for a person like trump
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JFI AUSTRALIA Jan 18, 2019 11:57PM ET
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Get the popcorn ready. You are going to enjoy his speech. Seminal moment in time. 3.15pm Washington DC time.
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Wayne Goh Jan 18, 2019 11:34PM ET
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Sachin tater
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Secret John Jan 18, 2019 11:01PM ET
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If you notice that when the shutdown start stock market keep going up that mean Trump plan was start to keep buying stock from 21,000 to now and when the shutdown end stock will make all time high again
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Dhanraj Soni Jan 18, 2019 9:56PM ET
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next week Dow 25150-25300 and of week
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Robert Quesinberry Jan 18, 2019 4:49PM ET
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Big boys loading up on stock again so they can get it off on the Feds. The governemnt going to be suprised that they will have to buy an inifte amoutn of stock - but of course they can create an infinite amonut of money
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Nick Brunetti Jan 18, 2019 4:29PM ET
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next week 25400 end of week
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JFI AUSTRALIA Jan 18, 2019 4:27PM ET
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Heading 30,000 then 50,000 Greater peace coming globally despite negative propoganda put out there by those seeking to maintain fear death paradigm. North Korea summit II imminent. Trump Xi trade monetary financial deal will set the scene for decades. USA non tangible assets. Intellectual Property will be strengthened. Lots of value in that occuring.
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Vitali Kashuk Jan 18, 2019 4:27PM ET
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I want to be a happy person too
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Sarvar Bhat Jan 18, 2019 3:48PM ET
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Profit booking is coming. last 5 minutes
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sam jemand Jan 18, 2019 3:38PM ET
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Dji at dangerous area to buy.Next week the descent trip to a new low below 21700 will start.
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@John Galt that's not strictly true. Germany has a great trade relationship with China and companies like Apple. Germany with the high standard of living pay holidays and workers rights. This is because they provide high end top quality industrial and microprocessor products. It can be done. Its a shame the globalists only greed for themselves and will destroy their own country if it means they can produce cheaper overseas in third world sweat shops. Nike.
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Comparing germany to the US is apples and oranges.
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USA has to become like Germany in that case....not like China with its slave factories.
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John Galt Jan 18, 2019 2:39PM ET
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The only way we can compete with China is if we spend decades building factories, and US workers agree to work for Chinese worker wages. It's just a fact that we dont have the factories, tooling or cheap labor to produce products for the same price as a product made in China. Until we do, any substantive deal to correct the trade imbalance is a pipe dream.
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MCKL Jan 18, 2019 2:39PM ET
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Not until cheap labor becomes competent to manufacture high value products and start to take share in this domain. As long as they sell rice and buy iPhones no problem, but no longer true.
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Chinese wages rising. Its not as cheap as you think. Plenty of other countries with lower more competitive wages.
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Sure but with manufacturing capacity of China? Not even close
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Frank Leisner Jan 18, 2019 2:22PM ET
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Bogus!!!!
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hello it will go to 26000 26500 its been there two times and will fall only at 26500 deeply, or else you need a really bad news
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Harsh Dixit Jan 18, 2019 1:58PM ET
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Breakout in #DJIA and #SPXThis is most likely to signal end of Bear Phase for US Markets.
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Andrew Yaz Jan 18, 2019 1:40PM ET
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What an ignorant market... instead of relying on solid data figures, it sees weak promises of a China-USA trade deal as a reason to continue buying stock... the nature of the deal could pivot anytime, and investors may be in for a considerable shock.
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Adam Gray Jan 18, 2019 1:40PM ET
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Meanwhile large companies post weaker earnings and growth and fall. scary!
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Steven Nguyen Jan 18, 2019 1:40PM ET
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Adam Gray  I think its better to just keep half on the market at this point. Since every companies have done well and indeed they should reach a certain limit in development that might always need a reset and also good chances for smaller competitors to be competed. So, instead of scary, I think just keep the money out of stock. Earning low is logic but nothing seems to be like the one we saw in 2008 where crashes everywhere. Things have been different, in better control, etc... But most of the people always think about the bad script and I don't know why, this is such a natural situation after all and just follow the trend.
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Adam Gray Jan 18, 2019 1:33PM ET
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It appears a huge sellout might be coming. So scary reminds me of 2008!
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Mark Irwin Jan 18, 2019 1:33PM ET
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Reminds me of last quarter. Wild, screaming FOMO rally, followed by deep meltdown in December. Lots of similarities.
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lokesh shah Jan 18, 2019 1:18PM ET
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sell
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Adam Gray Jan 18, 2019 1:17PM ET
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The scary part is this large volatile upswing could swing back the other way and most likely will. It is just now a matter of when.
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Georgios Sofianos Jan 18, 2019 1:06PM ET
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the majority never is right golden rule of trading
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