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# Components: 30

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  • Open: 20,808.71
  • Day's Range: 20,774.76 - 20,851.33
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 NameLastHighLowChg.Chg. %Vol.Time
 3M186.91187.55186.38-0.50-0.27%1.39M27/02 
 American Express80.1780.3179.59+0.41+0.51%2.62M27/02 
 Apple136.93137.44136.28+0.27+0.20%20.26M27/02 
 Boeing179.43179.88177.55+1.99+1.12%2.89M27/02 
 Caterpillar97.4497.5295.12+1.96+2.05%5.44M27/02 
 Chevron111.75112.27110.37+1.63+1.48%7.28M27/02 
 Cisco34.2634.3234.12-0.06-0.17%15.63M27/02 
 Coca-Cola41.6741.7541.59-0.11-0.26%12.19M27/02 
 DuPont79.2379.9978.93-0.58-0.73%2.63M27/02 
 Exxon Mobil81.5481.7180.81+0.46+0.57%13.47M27/02 
 General Electric29.9430.1529.90-0.25-0.83%23.57M27/02 
 Goldman Sachs249.33249.76246.61+1.98+0.80%2.37M27/02 
 Home Depot145.30146.01144.80-0.65-0.45%4.39M27/02 
 IBM179.40181.25179.28-1.95-1.08%3.69M27/02 
 Intel36.5136.6836.27-0.02-0.05%14.07M27/02 
 J&J122.40122.88122.10-0.33-0.27%5.95M27/02 
 JPMorgan90.4390.7390.02+0.10+0.11%12.36M27/02 
 McDonald’s126.99127.75126.78-0.72-0.56%5.18M27/02 
 Merck&Co65.8565.9465.56-0.31-0.47%7.13M27/02 
 Microsoft64.2364.5464.05-0.39-0.60%15.87M27/02 
 Nike57.6957.8357.35-0.17-0.29%4.38M27/02 
 Pfizer34.2834.4634.16+0.02+0.06%21.83M27/02 
 Procter&Gamble90.8990.9190.06-0.16-0.18%11.84M27/02 
 The Travelers122.04122.76121.61-0.23-0.19%914.37K27/02 
 United Technologies112.81112.97112.03+0.35+0.31%2.73M27/02 
 UnitedHealth165.38165.46162.81+2.32+1.42%4.07M27/02 
 Verizon49.9450.5549.80-0.66-1.30%14.03M27/02 
 Visa88.0088.3887.91-0.43-0.49%6.13M27/02 
 Wal-Mart Stores71.7472.4271.53-0.65-0.90%9.25M27/02 
 Walt Disney110.23110.47109.83-0.09-0.08%3.55M27/02 

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Waritthorn Kaewmuang
Waritthorn Kaewmuang 1 hour ago
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Why do many people keep saying "It'll blast, it'll go dramatically down.".In 2013, DOW new all time high at 13000-14000 seems expensive,but then it keeps going up to now. The dip in 2015-2016 is just minor retracement...Because company and country keep going up and better, why do all of you guys expect to go down like -5000, -6000 in a few months??? Follow technical there's no reason to go short and expect that because we're all blamed by bad news like this since 16000-17000.
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Simon Kim 1 hour ago
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13000-14000 was the range just before the financial crisis of '08. Premise was that the economy had and would continue to recover. Now we're dealing with extra 6-7000 points plus the pre-crisis level, with ATH sans any correction. People r reading exuberance and reckless optimism from recent movements. Obviously, its different from ATH in 2013
Auno Passcanen
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10 reasons to go short by Lance Roberts: 1 – Confidence Levels at 105, 2 – Investor’s Intelligence Sentiment at 61.8%, 3 – Market Vane Bullish Sentiment: 64%, 4 – VIX @ 12.2 — The S&P’s 65-day rolling volatility (inverted scale) is at levels which typically occur ahead of a corrective phase., 5 – Forward P/E multiples: 18.75x 2017 estimates, 16.75x 2018 estimates and 24x trailing CAPE. All are above long-term means and forward estimates are subject to large downward revisions., 6 – NYSE Put/Call Ratio: 0.80x, 7 – The 14-week RSI (Relative Strength Index) has moved to 74.26, above the 70 level widely viewed as being an “overbought” threshold., 8 – The S&P 500 has now gapped up nearly 8% above its 200-day moving average, 9 – Earnings expectations have significantly lagged market price action, projections for 2017 have actually dipped a little to $130.31 from $131.02, 10 – The S&P 500 has already climbed above year-end targets for well over half of the Wall Street strategists out there.
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Both fundamental and technical reasons point to south as well as the fact that this huge bull up was powered only by empty promises which are about to wind out very soon. Added with the instability of political fundamentals now worse for economy than a loooooong time due to EU problems as well as US new politics most possibly generated problems. What was the reason again to go long in first place if someone could remind me? Just that the trend happens to be up at the moment? Or that the Apprentice TV show host is now playing reality TV in the white house?
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Why would you expect markets to only go up for no reason ? The economy is not that strong and a large part of the DOWS value is simply coming from FED steroids. Look at the graphs from 2009. Markets have simply gone vertical almost without any retracent. It should be clear to see just how overvalued we are .
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ramtin sl 10 hours ago
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a tax cut may stabilize these highs?!!!.am I right?.
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Marek Firek
Zefir 9 hours ago
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You would better think over closing longs :/
Kung Fu Panda
Kung Fu Panda 9 hours ago
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I will not short this market as of yet ....Hope you can make some money on it tomorrow...
Marek Firek
Zefir 9 hours ago
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its only a spark needed to start panic and panic is unstopable
Kung Fu Panda
Kung Fu Panda 9 hours ago
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It's hard to stop this beast ...
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Zefir 9 hours ago
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no i did not, I keep my shorts ( now I have profits) and wait. Let overvalued papers owners be nervous from now on
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Zefir 10 hours ago
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Tesla goes down first, then rest soon
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