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$57.07

$-0.15 (-0.26%) Today

Mentions (24Hr)

12

-42.86% Today

Volume

$6M

Avg Volume

$6M

Market Cap

$42B

52 Week High

$71.38

52 Week Low

$51.33

Day High

$58.25

Day Low

$56.65

Previous Close

$57.18

7 Days Mentions

107

Reddit Posts

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What happened today in the US Equities markets?

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BBIG Options & Info

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2022 Dogs of the Dow

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No Signs of Bubble. Only Bullish! Not until DOW hits 50,000

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Here's Your Daily Market Brief For January 3rd

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Here's Your Daily Market Brief For December 31st

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Here's Your Daily Market Brief For December 30th

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Last night and this morning: DOW up 0.25% for six straight gains, oil prices hit 5-week high----For sharing

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Why is healthcare slated to do well in 2022? In particular UNH?

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Here's Your Daily Market Brief For December 29th

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Here's Your Daily Market Brief For December 28th

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Here's Your Daily Market Brief For December 21st

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Here's Your Daily Market Brief For December 20th

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I don't normally put much stock in 'subtle' pre-market... but Omicron has Monday looking solidly red.

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These shill platforms are all tied together

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Here's Your Daily Market Brief For December 17th

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Here's Your Daily Market Brief For December 16th

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VZ -- and the search for pricing errors in the market

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Here's Your Daily Market Brief For December 15th

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Here's Your Daily Market Brief For December 14th

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Here's Your Daily Market Brief For December 13th

r/stocksSee Post

Whales selling Mid cap stocks and buying Large cap stocks ?

r/stocksSee Post

Why would you not buy levered index funds?

r/stocksSee Post

Curious about this: Do stocks that are loser in a generally up year get more sell pressure at the end of the year to write-down losses?

r/StockMarketSee Post

Here's Your Daily Market Brief For December 9th

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Here's Your Daily Market Brief For December 8th

r/wallstreetbetsSee Post

Believe it or not, DOW ⬆️ NASDAQ⬆️ S&P500⬆️. 🤦🏻

r/wallstreetbetsSee Post

What will happen if the Treasury runs out of money? They will kick the can until 2023?

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In what reality can DOW Futures react to an interview given by Moderna's CEO a whole 2 hours later?

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Are You Guys Still in Growth Indexes?

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Here's Your Daily Market Brief For November 29th

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AERC…WTF DID I JUST FIND?? LETS SEND THIS SHIT TO THE MOON BOYS

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CNBC is dumb

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CNBC is dumb

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Black Friday on Wall Street

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Do you agree that the B.1.1.529 'horrific' killer virus strain (50 spike protein mutations) is now going to be a margin-call catalyst for anyone shorting meme stocks?

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Here's Your Daily Market Brief For November 24th

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Here's Your Daily Market Brief For November 23rd

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Here's Your Daily Market Brief For November 22nd

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Uranus alignment, DOW Jones Retrograde?

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Here's Your Daily Market Brief For November 19th

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Here's Your Daily Market Brief For November 17th

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Here's Your Daily Market Brief For November 16th

r/investingSee Post

Why won't the market crash soon?

r/StockMarketSee Post

Here's Your Daily Market Brief For November 15th

r/stocksSee Post

How do you keep conviction with stocks that have been flat or are down YTD while the DOW, S&P 500, and Nasdaq index keep hitting new highs?

r/stocksSee Post

$ADMA made its first ever gross profits. Should be fun!

r/wallstreetbetsSee Post

SPY 500 EOY? Likely, the data has already decided.

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TQQQ - The Index of Gods

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Daily Updates : DOW JONES DAILY CHART WITH LEVELS.

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Netflix Posts Higher 3Q Profit, Sales on Rise of New Subscribers

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Yemen is screwed, how to make money.

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WHY THE DEBT CEILING WAS EXTENDED

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Educational Post - "how not to get screwed by the market and create a tai lopez type of knowledge with basic technical analysis for dummies"

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Natural Gas Stocks To Watch As The Energy Crisis Goes Global

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There’s a Worldwide Energy Crunch. Here’s How to Play It.

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ITS HAPPENING RIGHT IN FRONT OF YOUR EYES OPEN THEM!

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$AAPL ON FIRE PREMARKET. DOW UP 375 POINTS! Bears better call Houston cause they have a problem

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My Prediction... All Time Highs By December

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Which US indices will fare well when interest rates are increased?

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RED RED RED RED ALERT: Futures @ 430am: S&P -50........ NASDAQ -150..........DOW -500

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The DOW doesn't know how to have fun. Yes, I am a child.

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How to not get hosed if the markets go down.

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Things you can do to not get hosed if we have a market correction.

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SuperStonks - Episode 11 - GME, AMC, TSLA, BTC, S&P, NASDAQ, DOW, Russel 2000 - Correction or Crash!

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DOW & NASDAQ News - US opens mixed after Labor Day weekend!

r/stocksSee Post

We have had 8 months already in the trading year so far, were the first 4 months better for you? Jan-April or May thru August?

r/smallstreetbetsSee Post

We have had 8 months already in the trading year so far, were the first 4 months better for you? Jan-April or May thru August? Are you pleased with the results? Change Strategy? Curious so we can brain storm.

r/pennystocksSee Post

We have had 8 months already in the trading year so far, were the first 4 months better for you? Jan-April or May thru August? Are you pleased with the results? Change Strategy? Curious so we can brain storm.

r/stocksSee Post

Hello everyone, is there an ETF, Mutual fund that you follow during the market day? The DOW, SP, NASDAQ hit records but not what I trade

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Joe's Trades - DOW (2) - 8/27/21 Update & Final (ROI 82%)

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Joe's Trades - DOW (2) - 8/25/21

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Joe's Trades - DOW

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$CLNE, I like the stock.

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$CLNE held!

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Good day for selling puts methinks

r/optionsSee Post

Do I understand PMCC calculations correctly?

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Long Time Lurker. First Time Caller. Seeking Advice On SPXS Options Play.

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DOW/NDX divergence

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DOW/NDX divergence

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#NVDIAtothemoon

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EASY OPPORTUNITY? XTNT DD

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Fuck a DOW

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A # 20% correction is imminent

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20% #correction is imminent

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Fire Sale: whatcha buying? ETON for me

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$DOW$🚀 check out the dip

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What was the biggest mistake you have made or which crash effected you the most? What did we learn from it? Are we a better trader? Feel free to engage, share ideas

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What was the biggest mistake you have made or which crash effected you the most? What did we learn from it? Are we a better trader? Feel free to engage, share, opinions?

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What was the biggest mistake you have made or which crash effected you the most? What did we learn from it? Are we a better trader? Thoughts

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Inflation and Russell 2000

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The InvestMate - Stocks, ETFs and Cryptos Tracking and Fundamental Analysis tools by Google Sheet

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Pelosi’s performance with stocks and options beat SPY and DOW

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Current state of the market

r/stocksSee Post

The DOW is price weighted, should that mean that United health and other higher priced stocks potentially could split?

r/wallstreetbetsSee Post

Break out the tinfoil hats: RTX, NUE, and THC to the fucking cosmos.

r/optionsSee Post

Major industrials like DOW CAT and DE are all down over 13% from 1 month highs.

r/wallstreetbetsSee Post

Break out the tinfoil hats. RTX, NUE, and THC to the fucking cosmos.

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Break out your tinfoil hats: RTX, NUE, and THC to the fucking cosmos

Mentions

March 16th, 2020, First day I came handsfree Spy: -12%, QQQ: -12%, DOW -13% In a single day

Mentions:#QQQ#DOW

DOW down 350, NASDAQ down 218.

Mentions:#DOW

Are they selling stuff back into the market? Seems to me at 3pm from March of 2020 to recently the DOW would gain 200-300 pts out of no where.

Mentions:#DOW

>When they were buying is this the buying that made the DOW gain like 200-300 points past 3pm a majority of the days starting in March of 2020? When they were buying is this the buying that made the DOW gain like 200-300 points past 3pm a majority of the days starting in March of 2020?

Mentions:#DOW

When they were buying is this the buying that made the DOW gain like 200-300 points past 3pm a majority of the days starting in March of 2020?

Mentions:#DOW

>\#DOW 33926 -0.68% \#SPX 4320 -0.66% \#NASDAQ 14070 -0.69% \#RUSSELL 1954 -1.10% \#FANG 6365 -0.18% https://t.co/mdBE1QY4iv ^IGSquawk ^[@IGSquawk](http://twitter.com/IGSquawk) ^at ^2022-01-26 ^20:18:17 ^EST-0500

Mentions:#DOW#FANG

>\#DOW 34254 +0.28% \#SPX 4368 +0.45% \#NASDAQ 14272 +0.74% \#RUSSELL 1980 +0.21% \#FANG 6449 +1.14% ^IGSquawk ^[@IGSquawk](http://twitter.com/IGSquawk) ^at ^2022-01-26 ^18:27:41 ^EST-0500

Mentions:#DOW#FANG

Elon Musk should run the fed so my DOW 40k calls can Print.

Mentions:#DOW

Y'all can check for yourself, right? SPY was up until JPOW started answering questions and nuked the DOW for 500 points in 20 minutes lmao.

Mentions:#SPY#DOW

NASDAQ ends the day green. DOW and S&P less than 0.5% down. Stop complaining.

Mentions:#DOW

I honestly think the DOW belongs in the low 20's. Until it falls that far, I'm just gonna say, "fake market".

Mentions:#DOW

NASDAQ probably will. Volume seems to be settling into normal "after market open" kind of rhythm. Not sure about all three indexes. DOW could use some overtime help.

Mentions:#DOW

Remember last week we were down 1100 on the DOW and came back to green? This isn’t that.

Mentions:#DOW

DOW and RUSSELL Red...Sp500 next

Mentions:#DOW

>S&P 500 LAST UP 0.8% IN VOLATILE TRADING; NASDAQ UP 1.5%, DOW UP 0.1% ^\*Walter ^Bloomberg ^[@DeItaone](http://twitter.com/DeItaone) ^at ^2022-01-26 ^14:45:33 ^EST-0500

Mentions:#DOW

DOW at +0.76% S&P at +1.47% NASDAQ at +2.35% If your ENTIRE PORTFOLIO is red on the day, stop picking stocks, stop with your garbage strategy and excuses, just buy an index ETF.

Mentions:#DOW

I own a lof of the same stocks. Though, I am getting a bit tired of waiting on DOW to do something. Anything!

Mentions:#DOW

Several decades with 0 growth? I'm guessing you mean periods like the great depression in the 1920s-1930s? And with that decade you just compare the point of highest peak right before before the depression hit and when the stock market hit that peak again in 1930s? You're right if you just lump summed all your money RIGHT at the peak before the depression and then afterwards never invested again. But that's not reality. First of all we only looked at the DOW index back then as "the stock market". Which consists of 30 companies. IBM for example wasn't included in that index and was one of the best performing companies during that time. Secondly, the advice is to just keep DCA-ing during such depression. If you did that in world ETFs (which didn't exist back then), you would've only needed a year or 4-5 to break even. Not to mention you probably already invested before the great depression hit which already gave you unrealised gains. At least, I assumed you meant the great depression. If you mean another time period, like 2000 - 2013, please share. Because the same explanation of keeping up with monthly DCA applies here as well.

Mentions:#DOW#IBM

>DOW JONES LOSES 350 POINTS FROM DAY'S HIGH ^First ^Squawk ^[@FirstSquawk](http://twitter.com/FirstSquawk) ^at ^2022-01-26 ^10:32:34 ^EST-0500

Mentions:#DOW

>NASDAQ UP 335.24 POINTS, OR 2.48 PERCENT, AT 13,874.54 AFTER MARKET OPEN \>DOW JONES UP 293.31 POINTS, OR 0.86 PERCENT, AT 34,591.04 AFTER MARKET OPEN \>S&P 500 UP 63.47 POINTS, OR 1.46 PERCENT, AT 4,419.92 AFTER MARKET OPEN ^First ^Squawk ^[@FirstSquawk](http://twitter.com/FirstSquawk) ^at ^2022-01-26 ^09:32:16 ^EST-0500

Mentions:#OPEN#DOW

The one thing that study after study confirms is that timing is ***the*** most important factor when buying stocks (note that this is distinct from timing the market). The issue is in how people time things. And study after study confirms that there is one effective method for timing: purchasing stocks that have low valuations and holding them. Buy stocks that have low valuations and hold them. I don't know if the stock will go up or down, but if the stock is selling at low valuations, the probability it will rise increases greatly. Through diversification, you can average down well. This is why my portfolio is made up of things like ABBV, DOW, GSK, HPQ, HMC, IBM, LYB, TAK, etc. None of these are flashy stocks. But they meet a few basic criteria: 1. They pay a dividend 2. They're all fairly large and well-established 3. They're in industries without obvious threat of obsolescence 4. I bought them when they were trading as low multiples (typically, I like Price-to-FCF)

>US Opening Calls: \#DOW 34701 +1.13% \#SPX 4428 +1.56% \#NASDAQ 14502 +2.35% \#RUSSELL 2036 +1.55% \#FANG 6595 +3.10% \#IGOpeningCall ^IGSquawk ^[@IGSquawk](http://twitter.com/IGSquawk) ^at ^2022-01-26 ^08:30:05 ^EST-0500

Mentions:#DOW#FANG

>NASDAQ FUTURES UP 1.9%, S&P 500 E-MINI FUTURES UP 1.2%, DOW FUTURES UP 0.9% ^\*Walter ^Bloomberg ^[@DeItaone](http://twitter.com/DeItaone) ^at ^2022-01-26 ^05:35:49 ^EST-0500

Mentions:#DOW

>\#DOW 34344 +0.09% \#SPX 4366 +0.12% \#NASDAQ 14223 +0.39% \#RUSSELL 2004 -0.05% \#FANG 6445 +0.76% ^IGSquawk ^[@IGSquawk](http://twitter.com/IGSquawk) ^at ^2022-01-26 ^02:47:44 ^EST-0500

Mentions:#DOW#FANG

looking at the hundred year chart on the DOW you can clearly see that we have been in a dead cat bounce since 1929 it’s all about to come crashing down any day now

Mentions:#DOW

The DOW went into correction territory over a month ago. Then tons of SP500 companies started getting hit. The mega-caps were holding everything up. If they fell, it would resonate throughout the market. Then they started falling. This was not unpredicable.

Mentions:#DOW

Last time economists crashed the market, in 1987, the DOW dropped around 22%. Also, it took about 2 years to recover.

Mentions:#DOW

DOW slipping to -98% in 2 minutes. Could you imagine?

Mentions:#DOW

DOW goes down, Tech goes up. You can't explain that.

Mentions:#DOW

Excited for 🅱️weekend DOW

Mentions:#DOW

the market is fine. I'm not too overtly invested in the NASDAQ so I've been beating two indexes besides the DOW. If you weren't diversified that's on you.

Mentions:#DOW

>\#DOW 34154 -0.47% \#SPX 4330 -0.71% \#NASDAQ 14005 -1.15% \#RUSSELL 2000 -0.28% \#FANG 6311 -1.33% ^IGSquawk ^[@IGSquawk](http://twitter.com/IGSquawk) ^at ^2022-01-25 ^18:06:20 ^EST-0500

Mentions:#DOW#FANG

I think it could fall a lot more than that. Let's talk DOW 27,000

Mentions:#DOW

>Markets ≠ economy. Until we actually see unemployment increasing, GDP turning negative, businesses slowing/ failing, there really shouldn't be a worry that this market correction is anything but transitory. This statement is contradictory. You say markets ≠ economy, but then point to economic signifiers to make a point about the stability of the market. As you pointed out (markets ≠ economy) it does not take a bad economy to signal an impending market crash, quite the contrary. Unemployment prior to the 2008 financial crises was very low, \~4.5%. It wasn't until after the crash that unemployment skyrocketed \~10% in 2009-2010 ([https://fred.stlouisfed.org/series/UNRATE](https://fred.stlouisfed.org/series/UNRATE)) . Same with GDP ([https://www.futuresbuzz.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/08/GDP\_08162019.png](https://www.futuresbuzz.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/08/GDP_08162019.png)) . In 2001, GDP, unemployment, business growth (the real ones not the pumped dot com names) were turning record profits. The point is a recession doesn't precede a crash (in most cases). The economy usually is seemingly functioning completely fine until one day it just isn't. Signs of a cracking start to show in macro areas and eventually fester until they wreak havoc in the markets. Once the markets react (fall) a recession usually follows. This can be seen in any historical graph of indexes overlaid with recessions, like this one: [https://www.google.com/search?q=historical+s%26p+chart+with+recessions&rlz=1C1CHBF\_enUS911US911&sxsrf=AOaemvIMBqRgwo7ACI\_3IgihP1xOHeO\_Ng:1643148537928&source=lnms&tbm=isch&sa=X&ved=2ahUKEwjc3Kmn9c31AhWNUt8KHRZ\_AuMQ\_AUoAnoECAEQBA&biw=2558&bih=1218&dpr=1#imgrc=D\_DRtK6xcAQB8M](https://www.google.com/search?q=historical+s%26p+chart+with+recessions&rlz=1C1CHBF_enUS911US911&sxsrf=AOaemvIMBqRgwo7ACI_3IgihP1xOHeO_Ng:1643148537928&source=lnms&tbm=isch&sa=X&ved=2ahUKEwjc3Kmn9c31AhWNUt8KHRZ_AuMQ_AUoAnoECAEQBA&biw=2558&bih=1218&dpr=1#imgrc=D_DRtK6xcAQB8M) ) Another thing worth pointing out by looking at is the image in the link below. A bear market (20% drop in an index) generally occurs simultaneously with a recession. Going back to the 1920s, there are only a handful of bear markets that occurred without a recession also occurring. The problem? The crash usually occurs before the recession, so you won't know until you're in it. So if we start nearing a 20% decline in the S&P and DOW then a longer recovery may be in store. [https://www.kaydanwealthmanagement.com/history-of-u-s-bear-bull-markets-since-1926/](https://www.kaydanwealthmanagement.com/history-of-u-s-bear-bull-markets-since-1926/)

Mentions:#GDP#ACI#DOW

Yes, it will. But also it will recover and once again to all time highs. Look at chart from beginning of DOW consistently higher. I’m not seeing an end of US economy scenario yet. This is a buying opportunity of a lifetime. Not financial advice cause I don’t know if we have found the bottom just yet.

Mentions:#DOW

AXP carried DOW and financials today. MSFT will further kill tech stocks tomorrow

Mentions:#AXP#DOW#MSFT

>US Closing Prices: \#DOW 34297.73 -0.19% \#SPX 4356.45 -1.22% \#NDX 14149.1 -2.48% \#RTY 2004.03 -1.45% \#VIX 30.9 +1.00 ^IGSquawk ^[@IGSquawk](http://twitter.com/IGSquawk) ^at ^2022-01-25 ^16:05:35 ^EST-0500

Mentions:#DOW

>DOW JONES UNOFFICIALLY CLOSES DOWN 52.20 POINTS, OR 0.15% AT 34,312.30 ^First ^Squawk ^[@FirstSquawk](http://twitter.com/FirstSquawk) ^at ^2022-01-25 ^16:03:58 ^EST-0500

Mentions:#DOW

AXP carrying DOW to green

Mentions:#AXP#DOW

DOW went from -80 to -170 to -15 in like 2 seconds.

Mentions:#DOW

>US starting to really rip into the close \>\#DOW 34583.93 +0.64% \#SPX 4410.13 0.00% \#NDX 14404.7 -0.72% \#RTY 2030.72 -0.14% \#VIX 29.27 -0.63 [twitter.com/IGSquawk/statu…](https://t.co/DrlDwLsvRS) ^IGSquawk ^[@IGSquawk](http://twitter.com/IGSquawk) ^at ^2022-01-25 ^15:00:16 ^EST-0500

Mentions:#DOW

🌽🌽 is weekend DOW futures and after hour indicator… 🤣🤣🥂

Mentions:#DOW

Bought puts on SPY and DOW, they're bleeding out. To the bottom!!!!!

Mentions:#SPY#DOW

DOW is green baby! Let's go! Buy that dip!!! USA USA USA!

Mentions:#DOW

>U.S. STOCK INDEXES PARE LOSSES, DOW LAST IN POSITIVE TERRITORY ^\*Walter ^Bloomberg ^[@DeItaone](http://twitter.com/DeItaone) ^at ^2022-01-25 ^14:16:27 ^EST-0500

Mentions:#DOW

DOW green, VIX futures plummeting 🐂📈📈

Mentions:#DOW

DOW in the green. Holy shit.

Mentions:#DOW

DOW moves red to green in the next 10 minutes

Mentions:#DOW

The DOW is gonna do it!!!

Mentions:#DOW

>Risk on moves in US markets \>\#DOW 34321.92 -0.12% \#SPX 4372.41 -0.86% \#NDX 14262.3 -1.70% \#RTY 2007.39 -1.28% \#VIX 29.87 -0.03 ^IGSquawk ^[@IGSquawk](http://twitter.com/IGSquawk) ^at ^2022-01-25 ^13:56:07 ^EST-0500

Mentions:#DOW

50 points DOW! Let's fucking go!!

Mentions:#DOW

Let's fucking GO DOW! Under 100 left! Red to green baby!

Mentions:#DOW

>U.S. STOCK INDEXES PARE LOSEES, DOW NOW DOWN 0.5% ^\*Walter ^Bloomberg ^[@DeItaone](http://twitter.com/DeItaone) ^at ^2022-01-25 ^13:43:07 ^EST-0500

Mentions:#DOW

Come on DOW. Only 150 more points!

Mentions:#DOW

Come on DOW. You can do it!

Mentions:#DOW

>DOW RECOVERED 560 POINTS FROM DAY'S LOW ^First ^Squawk ^[@FirstSquawk](http://twitter.com/FirstSquawk) ^at ^2022-01-25 ^10:51:44 ^EST-0500

Mentions:#DOW#LOW

I think I had a dream about this last night. The DOW is going to fall 1100 points and then rally back to green before the end of the day.

Mentions:#DOW

Lmao the DOW just fucking left

Mentions:#DOW

>NASDAQ DOWN 248.19 POINTS, OR 1.79 PERCENT, AT 13,606.94 AFTER MARKET OPEN \>S&P 500 DOWN 63.63 POINTS, OR 1.44 PERCENT, AT 4,346.50 AFTER MARKET OPEN \>DOW JONES DOWN 377.19 POINTS, OR 1.10 PERCENT, AT 33,987.31 AFTER MARKET OPEN ^First ^Squawk ^[@FirstSquawk](http://twitter.com/FirstSquawk) ^at ^2022-01-25 ^09:32:01 ^EST-0500

Mentions:#OPEN#DOW

>US Opening Calls: \#DOW 34118 -0.77% \#SPX 4348 -1.54% \#NASDAQ 14226 -2.03% \#RUSSELL 2002 -1.70% \#FANG 6403 -2.07% \#IGOpeningCall ^IGSquawk ^[@IGSquawk](http://twitter.com/IGSquawk) ^at ^2022-01-25 ^09:04:00 ^EST-0500

Mentions:#DOW#FANG

Primarily due to the wild market swings. I want to keep my available buying power sidelined to use in defense of existing positions. Just yesterday I had to roll down many calls, then later that afternoon roll up many puts. Most of my trades are on both sides of the market (calls and puts) so adding new positions when the market moves +/-5% intraday isn't my style. NASDAQ had a \~700 point swing intraday, DOW had a \~1000 point swing intraday... at no point did I ever feel like there was a trade to put on. Option bid/ask were wide, fills were slow, short delta positions were not offsetting longs b/c of the IVR spike. Many factors. /VX is always on my watchlist, it's a good indicator that option premium is rich or cheap. IVR on individual equities is a good check as well; above 20 I will sell premium, but over 60 I tend to pass. Anything below 20, it's debit spreads and calendars. I also close premium positions when the IVR drops below 15 (win or lose I'm out). As for qualitative, the number 1 factor is liquidity. I want an underlying to have millions in daily volume, a tight bid/ask option price, and 10K open interest around ATM contracts. A poor liquidity example of an interesting play for me is VMW (VMWare). I like the price, product, etc, but it's illiquid with >$.50 bid/ask. I can put in an offer to sell a contract at the mid price, and it will sit all day and not get filled. Now what happens when the market is going wild? Those markets get even wider... When I want delta's, I want them RIGHT NOW, not at the end of the day. Hope that helps, Good luck.

Mentions:#DOW#IVR#VMW

NASDAQ FUTURES DOWN 2.2%, S&P 500 E-MINI FUTURES DOWN 1.6%, DOW FUTURES DOWN 0.9% https://twitter.com/DeItaone/status/1485956076860317698?cxt=HHwWhIC9kbrLlp8pAAAA

Mentions:#DOW

>NASDAQ FUTURES DOWN 2.2%, S&P 500 E-MINI FUTURES DOWN 1.6%, DOW FUTURES DOWN 0.9% ^\*Walter ^Bloomberg ^[@DeItaone](http://twitter.com/DeItaone) ^at ^2022-01-25 ^07:41:51 ^EST-0500

Mentions:#DOW

>NASDAQ FUTURES DOWN 1.1%, S&P 500 E-MINI FUTURES DOWN 0.7%, DOW FUTURES DOWN 0.2% ^\*Walter ^Bloomberg ^[@DeItaone](http://twitter.com/DeItaone) ^at ^2022-01-25 ^05:37:21 ^EST-0500

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YOLO'd all my savings (7k at the time) with DOW CFD puts during the first days of the crash in 2008, like a true retard. But, I used maximum leverage I was allowed, but I didn't understand margin calls since it was one of my first trades ever, and my account got blown up from a small upward correction. Then the DOW crashed for the rest of the day/week/month, etc... I would've made millions if it wasn't for this god damn correction, or even if I used a lower leverage. Good times.

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>DOW FUTURES NOW DOWN 400 POINTS ^First ^Squawk ^[@FirstSquawk](http://twitter.com/FirstSquawk) ^at ^2022-01-25 ^00:23:44 ^EST-0500

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>\#DOW 34046 -0.98% \#SPX 4352 -1.44% \#NASDAQ 14238 -1.94% \#RUSSELL 2010 -1.35% \#FANG 6421 -1.79% ^IGSquawk ^[@IGSquawk](http://twitter.com/IGSquawk) ^at ^2022-01-24 ^23:57:15 ^EST-0500

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Along the same lines, I'm looking at DOW

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DOW 30,000 hats will be back in style by March.

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> Futures were lightly positive. Then bloodbath: DOW -1000pts, NASDAQ -4.9%, etc. Only indexes that were positive were China, Taiwan, and Nikkei. The VIX was at 30%+. Europe’s STOXX 600 saw it finally inheriting the headwinds from US -> China -(to finally)-> Europe. Now with the mkt closed we see DOW, SPX, NASDAQ all positive. They were positive before the close. They were hugely down and rallied late in the day to end up for the day.

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If you got thrashed by the insanity today, don't beat yourself up too bad. To put in context, this was the biggest intraday reversal for: - the DOW since 3/19/2020 - the S&P 500 since 11/13/2008 - the Nasdaq since 10/10/2008 If you won on the way down but fucked the way up, you're deffo not alone.

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>\#DOW 34091 -0.84% \#SPX 4367 -1.11% \#NASDAQ 14322 -1.36% \#RUSSELL 2011 -1.30% \#FANG 6450 -1.35% https://t.co/FyOuTq0J5J ^IGSquawk ^[@IGSquawk](http://twitter.com/IGSquawk) ^at ^2022-01-24 ^20:18:28 ^EST-0500

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Today the DOW was down about 800pts. By the time I was done recording some option trades, I looked up and the DOW was then down about 1100 pts. Yowza!! Today I actually bought to close several of my Covered Call options and rolled up the strikes …. a couple of times. Today was clearly a sign of capitulation in the markets and “puking” occurred on weak hands. The DOW rallied to close 100 pts above Friday’s close. I didn’t puke but I have a helluva a headache this afternoon. Is this a dead cat bounce? We’re in for a volatile week. Hang in there, friends. You may want to trade some weekly options in ATM and even ITM Covered Calls to cover your positions while things shake out. Live to trade another day and follow Warren’s advice “don’t lose money.” Best of luck to us all.

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Nah man it'd 2018 again. 3k point swings in the DOW, it's all about volatility now. Load up on some VXX calls if you are worried.

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Pro tip: adding bubbles to your bath keeps the water warmer for longer since they provide a layer of insulation. This has been a The_Weekend_DOW pro tip

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Since 1971 money printing and more government debt is the answer to everything. Any question, any slight hint of an economic downturn, the sun rising yet another day. More debt. More BRRRRRRRRRR. Look at M1. Or M3. Doesn't matter. Government debt? Tomato soup inflation index? Housing prices? DOW? Gold itself? Everything's up at least 50 times over 50 years. Oh, except your salary of course. Sorry bout that... This crisis also didn't start with a virus in Feb 2020, it started with a 4.5 trillion Repo crisis in 2019. Barely anyone noticed or cared. Blaming a virus was more convenient anyways...

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>Insane bounce into the close \>US Closing Prices: \#DOW 34366.67 +0.30% \#SPX 4410.5 +0.29% \#NDX 14509.5 +0.49% \#RTY 2033.51 +2.29% \#VIX 29.8 +0.95 ^IGSquawk ^[@IGSquawk](http://twitter.com/IGSquawk) ^at ^2022-01-24 ^16:00:46 ^EST-0500

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DOW down over 1100 points middle of day, ends green

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>\*S&P 500, NASDAQ 100, DOW INDUSTRIALS ERASE DECLINES ^\*Walter ^Bloomberg ^[@DeItaone](http://twitter.com/DeItaone) ^at ^2022-01-24 ^15:54:16 ^EST-0500

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Member when the DOW hit 20K a few years ago and it was absolutely insane that it got that high and then it went straight up to 30K and now we’re supposed to think 30K is somehow new normal? It’s not normal. It’s still very new. Shit is trading at 100x earnings. Almost all the FED stimulus measures went straight into equities, not into the economy. We put fake dollars into fake stock prices and called it the real economy, but now the real economy wants to get fucking paid.

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The dude mentioned DOW like daily

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Probably not. The shorts are selling like crazy. Banking stock fell too much for no reason, when they go back up this week, the DOW and SPX will follow. The weather is better, COVID subsides in local hospitals, so "recovery" stocks should get a boost.

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>DOW JONES RECOVERED 600 POINTS FROM DAY'S LOW ^First ^Squawk ^[@FirstSquawk](http://twitter.com/FirstSquawk) ^at ^2022-01-24 ^14:04:09 ^EST-0500

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ARKK is the new DOW

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Can someone tell me how Dimon went from two rate cuts, maybe three to five in two weeks... yeah I'm buying the boomer DOW that shit is free money.

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Let me know when DOW is below 25k and S&P trades below 2500. No crash until then

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Holy fuck. I went to a meeting and saw the DOW dumped 1000 points. Holy shit.

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DOW $500 party

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