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    Really interesting Jim Cramer Tweets this afternoon. He is watching VIX products going down followed by Margin calls which bring the market up. He says the next one at 2:45 could be big.
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TSP Talk Market Commentary 04/09/2020

by tsptalk on Yesterday at 01:05 AM
Stocks bounced back yesterday and in another attempt to throw the most people off as possible, the indices gained back all of Tuesday morning's gains that it lost in Tuesday afternoon's sell-off. Every move it makes seem to be trying to throw one side or the other (bulls or bears) off the track. And it seems to be succeeding. The Dow gained 780-points and we saw gains of 2.5% to 4.5% depending on the index. Small caps led with a big gain of 4.6%.

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TSP Talk Market Commentary 04/08/2020

by tsptalk on 04-08-2020 at 01:11 AM
It was quite a wild ride yesterday on Wall Street with a giant opening bell rally failing almost immediately, regaining strength to test the early highs, then a fade into the afternoon trading with the indices closing at their lows. The Dow, up 937-points at the highs, closed down 26-points. That's quite a round trip for a day.

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TSP Talk Market Commentary 04/07/2020

by tsptalk on 04-07-2020 at 01:11 AM
As we have seen for weeks now, a bear market gives us the most explosive rallies. You rarely see a 3, 5, or 7% rally in a trending bull market. So what did the action tell us? It tells us that we are still in a bear market. Does it mean we are exiting the bear? It's way too early to say, and it shouldn't be that easy. The Dow gained 1627-points or 7.73% as investors became more optimistic about the trend of the coronavirus stats.

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TSP Talk Market Commentary 04/06/2020

by tsptalk on 04-06-2020 at 01:05 AM
The much weaker than expected jobs report (-701,000) took its toll on stocks on Friday and the Dow, which actually went positive in early trading, drifted lower for most of the day and closed down 361-points despite a late move higher. Small caps lagged, bonds were up, and oil had another big day after the agreed upon cut in production.

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March Jobs Report -701,000

by tsptalk on 04-03-2020 at 07:38 AM
US payrolls drop 701,000 in March, the first jobs decline since 2010

Nonfarm payrolls dropped by 701,000 in March, according to Labor Department numbers released Friday that begin to show the economic damage wrought by the coronavirus crisis.

It was the first decline in payrolls since September 2010.

The unemployment rate rose to 4.4% as employers just began to cut payrolls ahead of social distancing practices that shut down large swaths of the U.S. economy

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