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17 September 2021
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Is the stock market still recovering rn?

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15/06/2021 - 22:48

I can’t tell if the stock market is still trying to recover from the inflation scares in May rn in June or if it’s still trying to move pass the rise in inflation rates and all that? What do you think Is happen in the stock market and what is having a direct impact on it ? When do you guys think we will start seeing bigger daily returns on etfs index funds and mutual funds ? Bc I keep watching the market daily when I can and I’m just seeing it rise and fall and stay at a stagnant pace and not really rising or dipping hard like it was rising early 2021 real crazy or when it hit hard in 2020 when Covid hit? What are we in for on the stock markets future and the feds inflation rate predictions when they meet tomorrow ? And will what they say ease the fear on the stock market ? Do you think In your own opinion that the stock market and the Economy will recover in the short term towards the end of the year and gain more towards the end of the year ?   submitted by   /u/at235 [link]   [comments]


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    I think we all agreed about the moving of the us stock market has great impact on the crypto market, but how about the opposite? Before people don’t think crypto market can influence the stock a lot, but now things are changing. If we look back to what happening in the last few weeks or months, we can clearly see the connection between stock market and the crypto market are fundamentally changed, because those crypto companies like $riot are actually in the stock market now, not only a concept sort thing. And also companies like $tsla are publicly admitted they invested in the crypto. So the moving of the crypto market will directly influenced the price of those companies and the influence the whole stock market. This totally changed the big picture. We can imagine, since the us stock market only opens in the the certain time, but the crypto markets is 24/7, and also the other big players Chinese and Europeans are totally in different time zone, the impact between those traders are delayed, so it’s possible making a feedback loop. Think about if a investment institution invested in $BTC a few days ago. Then the stock market start moving down. Then they have to dump some $BTC to make up the loss, then drive the crypto market down, then at night the European Chinese might consider dumping a bit to avoid the risk as the market going down. The. The next morning the institution sees the BTC going down, he might need to dump some stocks to make up the loss of the $BTC. So the trend might be enhanced by this loop, up or down, either way could be. And that might explain the moving of the market in the last few days and foreshadowing the future. This is not a investment advice, only my personal thoughts.   submitted by   /u/MoeNancy [link]   [comments]
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  43. There could be a feedback loop between crypto market and the stock market (23/02/2021 - Reddit Stock Market)
    I think we all agreed about the moving of the us stock market has great impact on the crypto market, but how about the opposite? Before people don’t think crypto market can influence the stock a lot, but now things are changing. If we look back to what happening in the last few weeks or months, we can clearly see the connection between stock market and the crypto market are fundamentally changed, because those crypto companies like $riot are actually in the stock market now, not only a concept sort thing. And also companies like $tsla are publicly admitted they invested in the crypto. So the moving of the crypto market will directly influenced the price of those companies and the influence the whole stock market. This totally changed the big picture. We can imagine, since the us stock market only opens in the the certain time, but the crypto markets is 24/7, and also the other big players Chinese and Europeans are totally in different time zone, the impact between those traders are delayed, so it’s possible making a feedback loop. Think about if a investment institution invested in $BTC a few days ago. Then the stock market start moving down. Then they have to dump some $BTC to make up the loss, then drive the crypto market down, then at night the European Chinese might consider dumping a bit to avoid the risk as the market going down. The. The next morning the institution sees the BTC going down, he might need to dump some stocks to make up the loss of the $BTC. So the trend might be enhanced by this loop, up or down, either way could be. And that might explain the moving of the market in the last few days and foreshadowing the future. This is not a investment advice, only my personal thoughts.   submitted by   /u/MoeNancy [link]   [comments]
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  44. Robinhood help!! (20/03/2021 - Reddit Stock Market)
    Okay so I am really REALLY new to stocks. The only experience I have is in middle school there was a simulator website that was based on the actual stock market prices at that moment. The only thing was it didn't implement that the stock market opened and closed. So I bought $1.00 in Hershey today while the stock market was closed and the line was flat. My less than one stock is still in queue (I pourpously am only using small sums of money I know I won't get much back in return if it sky rockets but I don't know that much so I would rather play it a bit safe) My question is will my share be when the market opens or when I bought it during the flat line?   submitted by   /u/Possible-Country-180 [link]   [comments]
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  45. Market behavior question (19/03/2021 - Reddit Stock Market)
    So I have a pretty basic queation that I can't find an answer to: Why are there extreme red and green days? What causes the market to be so extreme sometimes? What is the cause of fear or green days? Also, why does the stock market sometimes behave like it's one big stock, where any stock's daily chart looks almost identical to the rest? Sometimes you can see very similar price patterns on any stock, such as sharp drops at same time and intensity. What do people know or hear that I don't? What makes everyone sell on one day and buy on another? These examples happen more frequently over the last few weeks, and I just can't get my head around it. What effects general, comprehensive market behavior?   submitted by   /u/yf_22 [link]   [comments]
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  46. Weekly Stock Market Forecast (23/05/2021 - INO.com)
    This week we have a stock market forecast for the week of 5/23/21 from our friend Bo Yoder of the Market Forecasting Academy. Be sure to leave a comment and let us know what you think! The S&P 500 (SPY) In last week’s forecast, I shared that I expected “a lower high to form and […] The post Weekly Stock Market Forecast appeared first on INO.com Trader's Blog.
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  47. London Markets: Associated British Foods gains as Primark sales jump and Gap withdraws from U.K. and Ireland (01/07/2021 - Market Watch)
    Shares of U.K. conglomerate Associated British Foods rallied on Thursday after the company showed its Primark clothing stores recovering — and a key competitor said it was exiting the market.
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  48. Stock Market Status May 19, 2021 (20/05/2021 - Reddit Stock Market)
    Market Status: Downtrend Once again, our signals prove to be a guide to avoid disaster. More important than getting the best days in the market is avoiding the worst days in the market. Also, having a way to defend your profits or minimize your losses is key to success in the stock market. Today, only the SPY gained a distribution day, but the number of stocks that hit their all-time high marks were well below the target minimum. Sometimes inactivity is the best activity you can do in the market. Why take the chance and buy a stock during a time when the odds are severely stacked against you? ​ https://preview.redd.it/f3udwu6yt5071.png?width=1080&format=png&auto=webp&s=cc09ca0691598e342de30801d437cb039a07ec15   submitted by   /u/Fly-Elevated [link]   [comments]
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  49. Market Extra: Stock market crash? No, but a rotation away from U.S. tech stocks is shaking up some investors (04/03/2021 - Market Watch)
    Social media to the contrary, the stock market is far from “crash” territory, as anyone with a working memory of last year's pandemic-inspired selloff would recall. But a rotation away from the market's recent leaders does appear to be under way.
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