View On Dow Jones US Stock Market (23 June 2020) Is US-China trade deal over? It doesn't really matter. Market Makers will eat retail traders anyway. Why? It is because retail traders usually buy into a pipe dream such as 1:5 Risk: Reward ratio with 30 pips SL in the hope to get 150 p
If my extensive DOW JONES analysis is anything to go by then it tells me that we are now at the end of the fifth wave of the Green Wave 5 of the Blue Wave 3 which started in 1950. If you have not seen my ULTIMATE DOW JONES ANAYLSIS VIDEO I suggest you check it out below. Accordi
Something interesting may be about to happen. For now I remain firm on this level of support until it is broken. Yes this may seem weird but the original support remains in place. At the moment I am working on a new bull market theory and so far it's checking out across differen
Stock indexes are not at all new. They have been around ever since 1885, when the Dow Jones Index was created.This was the work of Charles Dow. As he was working for the Wall Street Journal, he needed a way to aggregate economic performance as fast as possible. This led to the creation of a gauge us
US indices fell Friday amid caution about the spread of the CoVid-19 ahead of the long weekend in the US. Today is President’s Day, so liquidity and volumes could be limited. China, Hong Kong and Singapore have pledged fiscal stimulus to fight the downturn caused by the virus outbreak.
A done deal, so far….
After three years of sometimes acrimonious and bitter confrontation on trade tariffs, the US and China finally signed off on phase one of what most hope will become a stepping stone to a broader trade deal. That seems to be for the distant future as I’m sure US President Trump