Dow Jones 30 Pivot Points
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The Dow Jones 30 remains a speculative playground for traders who want to pursue its bullish trend.
With more than 21,800,000 total infections and 200,000 new ones every day, the US remains by far the most infected country.
The Dow Jones 30 remains within its higher value range.
Speculators who are looking at the Dow Jones 30 and thinking that the time to sell is now may want to reconsider their perceptions.
The Dow Jones 30 has produced choppy trading the past couple of weeks as investor sentiment continues to get tested.
As the Dow Jones 30 continues to trade within vicinity of its all-time highs, concerns remain tangible for investors and short-term market conditions appear cautious.
The Dow Jones 30 is within record of all-time high territory and speculators who are trying to sell against the trend with the belief it is overvalued may want to reconsider their skepticism.
Despite the second wave of the COVID-19 pandemic pushing new daily infections in the US close to 200,000, the Dow Jones Industrial Average (DJIA) recorded an all-time high above 30,000.
The Dow Jones 30 broke the important psychological level of 30,000 yesterday for the first time and, in early trading today via US future markets, there are indications another wave of positive momentum may be seen.
The final trading session for December and 2019 from the perspective of these reports has come and gone. It marks the end of the month, the quarter and the decade
Last week saw most of the world’s major markets losing ground.
In Europe over the course of the week, the FTSE was up on last week’s close by 3.71.3% at 7247.1; the Dax ended at 12512, up by 4.2% on last week’s close
Friday marked the final trading session for the week, month and quarter for these summaries.
The markets all had a positive week, again. Sterling continues its mini rally, but investors are working more on hunches than information, from the fundamental analysis perspective.
Sterling has ended its mini rally, falling against the Dollar, but still gaining on the Euro as fever sweeps through the UK political classes.
The final trading session for the week marked the end of the month and Q2 of 2019. This summary provides the weekly and monthly data.
Last week was a mixed affair for the world’s major stock markets with US markets gaining whilst all the other major markets closed below the previous week’s mark.
Last week was a positive affair for the world’s major stock markets with all gaining ground.
Last week was a negative affair for the world’s major stock markets with significant losses on the back of fears of a trade war.
Last week was another negative affair for the world’s major stock markets with all of the major markets falling.