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20,775.60 +32.60    +0.16%
22/02 - Closed. Currency in USD ( Disclaimer )
Type: Index
Market: United States
# Components: 30

  • Volume: 310,532,545
  • Open: 20,715.41
  • Day's Range: 20,692.39 - 20,781.59
Dow 30 20,775.60 +32.60 +0.16%

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33Mathias Corentes222100+11.2%
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48Siva Kumar32322475+9.44%
49Jaro Ksiezycki111100+9.38%
50davide petrella42423276.19+9.35%

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Philip Seago
Philip Seago 1 hour ago
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In what other country can the President say the economy is a mess, the Head of the FED say the economy is disappointing, and virtually every single commentator and trader say the market is way to expensive, and yet the DOW ignores all of this ? How can anyone take that seriously ? and we can go long every single day with the guarantee of ATH, on a totally baseless rally. Its the behaviour of so banana republic and people are beginning to notice. The FED have blatantly refused to get this under control and all that it can mean is there will be further to fall in the future. The pain will be 100x worse than it needed to be. This is the results sole of the cent banks actions to devalue the currency because if the dollar can be treated with such contempt then it risks losing its status internationally, This has already started to happen. Yet another reason why stocks should not assume everything is fantastic and absolutely nothing can go wrong, EVER !
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Will be ATH today, another easy trading day, go LONG , make money....I have a lot of international work colleagues and they are beginning to laugh at the US. They see it as having huge debts, a flat economy being fuelled by monopoly money and the stock market cannot be taken seriously..This is ok if just a few work people, but what happens if the wider community start to see what the rally is made of. ? If they really look deeper and see the over valuations, the faked numbers from the FED, the growing divide between people, the company layoffs ? Also, the markets cannot ignore economic cycles. These happen for a reason. Production gets to saturation levels, demand goes to Max, and from there it cannot go further without a pause. Trumps idea to have thousands more factories making things is based on the assumption there is demand AND US citizens are willing and have the money to pay more. None of this stuff is guaranteed !! Therefore, we are massively overbought, and its a joke
Arun Vakharia
Arun Vakharia 2 hours ago
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short term i do not know but dow touch 14000-14500 in coming months
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