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19 September 2021
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Palladium slides below $2,000/oz. to lowest close in 14 months

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  1. Commodities Corner: Palladium prices drop to their lowest in more than a year (14/09/2021 - Market Watch)
    Palladium looked to suffer a sixth decline in a row on Tuesday, with prices trading under $2,000 an ounce and headed for their lowest finish in over 14 months as global computer chip shortages hurt demand for the metal in car manufacturing.
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  4. Commodities Corner: Palladium touches an all-time record high above $3,000 an ounce (04/05/2021 - Market Watch)
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  5. Hyderabad clocks 39% growth in housing sales, lowest inventory overhang of 25 months across top 8 cities: Report (21/05/2021 - Financial Express)
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  6. Commodities Corner: Palladium prices hit a record as rally extends into a 6th straight year (16/04/2021 - Market Watch)
    Palladium futures climb Friday to settle at a record, and some analysts say prices show no signs of a slowdown even with the rally for the metal moving into its sixth year in a row.
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  7. Stock Pattern (Scallop) (13/07/2021 - Reddit Stock Market)
    Bullish Scallop Bearish Scallop Scallop The scallop pattern looks like the letter "J" at an angle. The beginning of the pattern is very wide. As the pattern continues to develop, the pattern begins to narrow down. It is common to see a smaller scallop after the pattern. To calculate the price target, find the difference between the highest peak and lowest peak and add that value to the highest peak. To confirm an upward breakout, the stock must close above the highest peak. To confirm a downward breakout, the stock must close below the pattern's lowest peak. Set your stop loss equal to the bottom of the pattern. The pattern typically takes a few months to form. Traders should look at this pattern in either a daily or weekly time frame. Make sure to check in tomorrow!   submitted by   /u/InvestorCowboy [link]   [comments]
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  8. NewsWatch: Crypto winter? Bitcoin lurches to lowest level in months and alts like dogecoin sink 48% from peak (13/05/2021 - Market Watch)
    Is an new crypto winter upon us? It's impossible to know for sure but digital assets are in the midst of a significant decline on Thursday that is taking most prices back down to their lowest levels in months, and it isn't just comments from crypto bull Elon Musk sparking a bearish tone in the sector.
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  9. Cryptos: Crypto winter? Bitcoin lurches to lowest level in months and alts like dogecoin sink 48% from peak (13/05/2021 - Market Watch)
    Is an new crypto winter upon us? It's impossible to know for sure but digital assets are in the midst of a significant decline on Thursday that is taking most prices back down to their lowest levels in months, and it isn't just comments from crypto bull Elon Musk sparking a bearish tone in the sector.
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  10. Gold edges below $1,700 for lowest close since June (05/03/2021 - Seeking Alpha)

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  11. Bond Report: 10-year Treasury yield trades around 1.5%, lowest since March (09/06/2021 - Market Watch)
    Yields for the 10 and 30-year U.S. Treasurys on Wednesday slide to the lowest rate in at least three months as investors await an auction of benchmark debt later in the session and watch trading in Europe, ahead of policy meetings of the European Central Bank on Thursday.
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  12. Bond Report: 10-year Treasury yield trades around 1.5%, lowest since March (09/06/2021 - Market Watch)
    Yields for the 10 and 30-year U.S. Treasurys on Wednesday slide to the lowest rate in at least three months as investors await an auction of benchmark debt later in the session and watch trading in Europe, ahead of policy meetings of the European Central Bank on Thursday.
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  13. SPDR S&P 500 ETF Trust (SPY) has a record close and witnesses its lowest volume levels of 2021 (29/06/2021 - Seeking Alpha)

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  14. $ULCC Frontier Airlines closes below opening IPO Friday (12/06/2021 - Reddit Stocks)
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  15. Prepare for the Pain (17/09/2021 - Reddit Stocks)
    There has only ever been one real indicator of the stock market crashing and that has and always been closing bearish monthly candles it happened on Feb 2020, October 2018, March 2018, May 2011, May 2010 and November 2007 What is a bearish monthly close or what determines a bearish month close? Its when a new month opens at last months close price and closes under Last months close and current months open price ELI5: January - Closes at $10, February - Opens at $10, Closes at $5 This is essentially a running trend right now since the beginning of the S&P500. We are looking to close a bear month as far as what TA shows for the current price action of the month of September. Keep in mind that we still have two more weeks of movement so this can change. But whatever price is on September 30th if it is lower than $451 we are closing a bear month. BUT if we close UNDER August's Open price of $440 then we are in HUGE Bearish territory. Currently no positions to hedge until confirmation. My current Target price would be $387 if we do close a bear month for September, i expect this to hit within 120 days after September closes.   submitted by   /u/rawrtherapybackup [link]   [comments]
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  16. How to close out only margin portion of position? (05/04/2021 - Reddit Stocks)
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  17. Gold falls by Rs 10,000 from its 8-months high: Should you invest now? (25/02/2021 - Financial Express)
    Gold prices fell to their lowest in nearly three months and headed for their worst week since end-November, as recent strength in U.S. Treasury yields dented the non-yielding metal's appeal.
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  18. Mortgage rates slips to 2.9%, lowest in five months (08/07/2021 - Seeking Alpha)

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  19. Is Silver the next Palladium? (20/02/2021 - Reddit Stock Market)
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  20. Palladium Hits Record High Near $2,900; Gold Stays Under $1,800 (22/04/2021 - Investing.com)

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  21. Gold nears $1,800; palladium jumps to record high (21/04/2021 - Seeking Alpha)

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  22. What stock have the Largest market cap with lowest turnover? (09/05/2021 - Reddit Stocks)
    Out of curiosity, over a decade or any timeframe, what stocks had the largest market cap yet the lowest turnover? By turnover I mean lowest buying and selling volumes happening. Where do you think I could find such data?   submitted by   /u/Inevitablecreep [link]   [comments]
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  23. Jobless Claims Fall to Lowest in Nearly 3 Months as Layoff Wave Eases (25/02/2021 - Investing.com)

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  24. Amazon Blowout, China Crackdown, Palladium $3k - What's Moving Markets (30/04/2021 - Investing.com)

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  25. Palladium supply deficit could hit 1M oz., drive record prices, consultant says (19/05/2021 - Seeking Alpha)

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  26. Palladium a lot less precious after worst weekly loss since March 2020 (21/08/2021 - Seeking Alpha)

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  28. LON:SLP - a buying opportunity? (22/08/2021 - Reddit Stocks)
    LON:SLP is a small cap, London listed producer of platinum group metals, such as platinum, palladium and rhodium. They produce approx 70,000oz of these metals per year. The market cap is £237.6m, using an exchange rate of 1.36 gives us a dollar market cap of $323m The company reports in dollars. The company has produced 4th quarter results, but not its annual report yet, which is due in early September. The company has no debt and cash in the bank of $101m at the end of the 4th quarter. That’s almost a third of the market cap in net cash. The 4 quarter net profit figures add up to $96.5m. The company pays a dividend, including a windfall dividend in the half year, returning some of the profits from high metals prices back to shareholders. With $100m net cash at the end of the period, further shareholder returns shouldn’t be ruled out. It’s been an excellent 12 months for SLP, driven by higher metals prices. SLP has reported cash costs of $516-724 per oz this year. With prices fluctuating throughout the quarters (reported on a 6E basis, meaning that it includes the production of by-products). The prices of the metals SLP produces are very volatile. Rhodium reached highs over $28,000 this year, despite spending most of the last 5 years under $5000oz. It’s hard to predict what the company will be able to sell its metals for. The weighted gross basket price sat at $4000 for the 4th quarter, giving the company very healthy margins. And the company has remained profitable through periods when the metals prices were far more subdued. The share price has collapsed in recent weeks, from a peak of around 143p in May to only 87.2p now. The drop is likely down to a few factors: The company operates in South Africa, and the recent unrest spooked some investors. Metals prices have softens recently. With rhodium now settling at around $18,000oz, palladium now around $2,200 and platinum at around $1000. Rhodium and palladium are mainly used in automobiles, and the chip shortage is reducing the price of these metals. The question is: how long will this last, and how low will the metals prices go? Even at these recently subdued pgm price levels, the company is making incredible margins. My view is that sooner or later the chip shortage will be over and the metals prices will spike again. I consider the company to be incredible value, with almost a third of the market cap held in cash, and a trailing twelve months price to earnings of around 3.3 by my estimate. I expect further dividends, and if the company remains this profitable, a re-rating is surely on the cards. I’m not a professional and this is not advice, but the risk/reward looks very appealing to me. I’d be interested to hear what others think   submitted by   /u/LeopoldAlcocks [link]   [comments]
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  29. Personal Finance Daily: 7 things to know about Biden’s new electric vehicle goals and mortgage rates fall to lowest level in six months (06/08/2021 - Market Watch)

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  31. Top 30 High Yield Dividends (19/06/2021 - Reddit Stock Market)
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(CLX) Dividend Payment: Quarterly Lowest Dividend Yield in past 10 years: 2.03% (2020) Highest Dividend Yield in past 10 years: 3.35% (2011) 25. PepsiCo (PEP) Dividend Payment: Quarterly Lowest Dividend Yield in past 10 years: 2.57% (2014) Highest Dividend Yield in past 10 years: 3.15% (2011) 24. The Coca-Cola Co. (KO) Dividend Payment: Quarterly Lowest Dividend Yield in past 10 years: 2.71% (2012) Highest Dividend Yield in past 10 years: 3.36% (2016) 23. 3M (MMM) Dividend Payment: Quarterly Lowest Dividend Yield in past 10 years: 1.97% (2013) Highest Dividend Yield in past 10 years: 3.44% (2019) 22. NiSource (NI) Dividend Payment: Quarterly Lowest Dividend Yield in past 10 years: 2.43% (2014) Highest Dividend Yield in past 10 years: 4.04% (2011) 21. Kimberly Clark (KMB) Dividend Payment: Quarterly Lowest Dividend Yield in past 10 years: 2.90% (2015) Highest Dividend Yield in past 10 years: 6.94% (2014) 20. 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People's United Financial (PBCT) TTM Dividend Yield Dividend Payment: Quarterly Lowest Dividend Yield in past 10 years: 3.59% (2017) Highest Dividend Yield in past 10 years: 6.59% (2020) 14. AbbVie (ABBV) TTM Dividend Yield Dividend Payment: Quarterly Lowest Dividend Yield in past 6 years: 2.77% (2017) Highest Dividend Yield in past 6 years: 5.69% (2019) 13. International Business Machines (IBM) TTM Dividend Yield Dividend Payment: Quarterly Lowest Dividend Yield in past 10 years: 1.54% (2011) Highest Dividend Yield in past 10 years: 5.52% (2020) 12. Chevron (CVX) TTM Dividend Yield Dividend Payment: Quarterly Lowest Dividend Yield in past 10 years: 3.02% (2011) Highest Dividend Yield in past 10 years: 5.80% (2020) 11. Gaming and Leisure Properties (GLPI) TTM Dividend Yield Dividend Payment: Quarterly Lowest Dividend Yield in past 7 years: 5.26% (2021) Highest Dividend Yield in past 7 years: 7.86% (2015) 10. Universal Corp (UVV) TTM Dividend Yield Dividend Payment: Quarterly Lowest Dividend Yield in past 10 years: 3.67% (2016) Highest Dividend Yield in past 10 years: 6.85% (2020) 9. ExxonMobil (XOM) TTM Dividend Yield Dividend Payment: Quarterly Lowest Dividend Yield in past 10 years: 2.30% (2011) Highest Dividend Yield in past 10 years: 9.14% (2020) 8. ONEOK Inc (OKE) TTM Dividend Yield Dividend Payment: Quarterly Lowest Dividend Yield in past 10 years: 2.59% (2013) Highest Dividend Yield in past 10 years: 12.36% (2020) 7. Altria Group (MO) TTM Dividend Yield Dividend Payment: Quarterly Lowest Dividend Yield in past 10 years: 3.45% (2017) Highest Dividend Yield in past 10 years: 7.91% (2020) 6. AT&T (T) TTM Dividend Yield Dividend Payment: Quarterly Lowest Dividend Yield in past 10 years: 4.56% (2012) Highest Dividend Yield in past 10 years: 7.08% (2020) 5. Magellan Midtstream Partners (MMP) TTM Dividend Yield Dividend Payment: Quarterly Lowest Dividend Yield in past 10 years: 2.95% (2014) Highest Dividend Yield in past 10 years: 11.12% (2020) 4. Ares Capital (ARCC) TTM Dividend Yield Dividend Payment: Quarterly Lowest Dividend Yield in past 10 years: 7.86% (2021) Highest Dividend Yield in past 10 years: 10.50% (2015) 3. BlackRock TCP Capital (TCPC) TTM Dividend Yield Dividend Payment: Quarterly Lowest Dividend Yield in past 8 years: 8.24% (2021) Highest Dividend Yield in past 8 years: 10.67% (2020) 2. New Mountain Finance (NMFC) TTM Dividend Yield Dividend Payment: Quarterly Lowest Dividend Yield in past 9 years: 8.86% (2021) Highest Dividend Yield in past 9 years: 10.94% (2012) 1. PennantPark Floating Rate Capital (PFLT) TTM Dividend Yield Dividend Payment: Monthly Lowest Dividend Yield in past 10 years: 4.32% (2011) Highest Dividend Yield in past 10 years: 10.63% (2020) ​ Made Using Microsoft Excel \*This is not investment advice*** \*Do your own research***   submitted by   /u/InvestorCowboy [link]   [comments]
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  33. Beginners Guide to Stock Patterns (17/07/2021 - Reddit Stock Market)
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  34. Vascon Engineers emerges as lowest bidder for two projects (24/03/2021 - Money Works 4 Me)
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  35. The Eurasia Mining share price is up 60%: here’s what I’d do now (01/09/2021 - The Motley Fool UK)
    The Eurasia Mining (LSE: EUA) share price has risen by 60% so far this week. Eurasia shares have now risen by nearly 10% over the last 12 months, despite a slump that’s seen the stock drop 40% since December. On Wednesday morning, the Russian PGM (palladium, platinum, rhodium, and iridium) miner issued an update on progress with its portfolio of projects. These focus on palladium and battery metals — two areas seeing rising demand. I’ve been wondering whether I should consider opening a small position in this stock. Latest news Eurasia Mining has several PGM assets, but only one of these is in production. West Kytlim produced a very modest 1,525 ounces of raw platinum last year, generating just under £1m in revenue. Infrastructure at this site has been expanded this year, with new wash plants and additional open pit mining areas. Management guidance is for an unspecified increase in production. But my feeling is that this is a pretty small operation. I certainly don’t think it justifies Eurasia Mining’s 24p share price. I’m much more excited by the potential of the Monchetundra project and the related joint venture with Russian miner Rosgeo. Eurasia has a 75% interest in nine PGM and battery metal assets located in the area around Monchetundra. Four of these already have approved reserves totalling nearly 105m ounces of platinum equivalent. Why I’m interested Unlike gold, PGM metals are in heavy demand industrially. Increasingly, palladium is replacing platinum as the main metal in catalytic converters. The price of palladium has doubled since June 2018. Demand for battery metals is also growing as the electric car market expands. Much of the world’s current palladium production comes from ageing deep mines in South Africa. Modelling published by Eurasia Mining suggests that current palladium supply will be too low to satisfy demand over the next few years. This could create a profitable opportunity for miners who can bring new production onstream. There’s another reason why I’m interested, too. After putting itself up for sale in January, Eurasia said in May that it had received a credible proposal from a buyer for “substantially all of the company’s assets”. There’s been no update since May, but this could potentially lead to a cash payday for shareholders. Eurasia Mining share price: too high for me Eurasia has a market cap of £520m, even though it generated revenue of less than £1m in 2020. Investors appear to be pricing in strong production growth over the next few years. I can see this picture too, but I can also see some potential risks. None of the firm’s planned Monchetundra mines are under construction yet. There’s no guarantee they will go ahead. If they do, they may require further funding, diluting existing shareholders. Another concern is that metal prices can be volatile. Even if the mines are built, by the time production ramps up, prices may fall. On balance, this situation is far too risky for me. I don’t find the Eurasia Mining share price is attractive at current levels. The post The Eurasia Mining share price is up 60%: here’s what I’d do now appeared first on The Motley Fool UK. Our #1 North American Stock For The ‘New-Age Space Race’ Billionaires like Jeff Bezos, Bill Gates, Elon Musk, and Mark Zuckerberg are already betting big money on the ‘new-age space race’, and for one very good reason… …because this is an industry that according to Morgan Stanley could be worth $1 TRILLION by 2040. But the problem is most of their investments are in private companies — meaning they’re largely off-limits for everyday investors. Fortunately, our team of analysts have identified one little-known company that’s at the cutting-edge of the space industry, and is currently trading at what looks like a VERY reasonable valuation… …for now. That’s why I want to urge you to check out our premium research on this top North American space stock ASAP. Simply click here to see find out how you can grab your copy today More reading The Eurasia Mining share price slides: here’s what I’d do now Why has the Eurasia Mining (EUA) share price flopped? What’s happing to the Eurasia Mining share price (EUA)? Roland Head has no position in any of the shares mentioned. The Motley Fool UK has no position in any of the shares mentioned. Views expressed on the companies mentioned in this article are those of the writer and therefore may differ from the official recommendations we make in our subscription services such as Share Advisor, Hidden Winners and Pro. Here at The Motley Fool we believe that considering a diverse range of insights makes us better investors.
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  36. The Wall Street Journal: Births in the U.S. last year dropped to lowest levels since 1979 (05/05/2021 - Market Watch)
    The number of babies born in America last year was the lowest in more than four decades, according to federal figures released Wednesday that show a continuing U.S. fertility slump.
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  37. The best weekday to buy the SPX Index is Friday just before close (14/03/2021 - Reddit Stocks)
    I was doing some analysis of S&P500 historical price data and found a pretty interesting pattern I thought I'd share Day % Gain % Annual growth rate (excluding dividends) Mon Open 297.35 4.67 Tue Open 295.06 4.65 Wed Open 294.76 4.65 Thu Open 294.95 4.65 Fri Open 294.6 4.64 Mon Close 296.92 4.66 Tue Close 294.38 4.64 Wed Close 294.38 4.64 Thu Close 301.33 4.7 Fri Close 303.96 4.72 Investing on Fri Close on a DCA program gives you a relatively larger rate of return than most other Weekdays, thoughts? ​ (Since 12/14/1990) DATA: https://www.wsj.com/market-data/quotes/index/SPX/historical-prices   submitted by   /u/ChromeCaptain04 [link]   [comments]
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  38. : Alibaba stock heads for lowest close since October 2019 amid pressure on China’s tech sector (17/08/2021 - Market Watch)
    U.S.-listed shares of Chinese internet stocks are falling Tuesday after reports indicated that the Chinese government is planning to pass a new privacy law that would impact how companies collect user data.
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  39. CityWatch: After a troubled rollout, here’s where New York’s vaccination program stands now (22/06/2021 - Market Watch)
    Exactly six months after COVID-19 vaccine doses first arrived in the state, New York has the lowest positivity rate in the country.
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  40. CityWatch: After a troubled rollout, here’s where New York’s vaccination program stands now (22/06/2021 - Market Watch)
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  41. Microsoft hitting all time highs each week (21/08/2021 - Reddit Stocks)
    Following up on my post last week about MSFT hitting 300, it did it much faster than I expected. I am not sure where the stock goes from here but there doesn't seem to be any signs of stopping this train. If there was a moment for a pullback it would have been on the ride up to 300. What normally would take an entire week/ month to make upwards movement was accomplished in 2 days. The low of 288 yesterday (the greatest sign of a pullback thus far in 3 months) all the way up to testing 306 today. My hunch is that if there is a drop it'll probably go to 295-297 at the lowest before testing back towards 310 next week. MSFT is one of my favorite tickers but it really is starting to trade like a meme stock with these valuations and no actual pullback. I figured buying more at 290 was a bad idea considering how close it was to all time high. Once it hit 297 it seemed like an even worse idea but now it's at 304/305 with barely any signs of a pullback.   submitted by   /u/ThisIsCaptain [link]   [comments]
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  42. Metals Stocks: Gold trades near lowest since June as Treasury yield hangs near 1.6% (08/03/2021 - Market Watch)
    A rise in the dollar and government bond yields on Monday combine to dim appetite for bullion, holding prices near their lowest levels since early June, FactSet data show.
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  43. $MSFT Stat of the Day (12/03/2021 - Reddit Stocks)
    Since Feb of 2013, Microsoft’s share price has only been lower from the previous month’s price 18 times. Many of those 18 months that the price dropped was $2 or less from the previous month’s price. Only once did it post more than two consecutive down months. During the last ten years, Microsoft’s annual return is 27.6%. I tried to find another stock that even remotely comes close to msft in terms of consistency and gains and I just couldn’t. Is there anything close to msft in terms of month over month share price growth and overall amazing consistency? I feel like Microsoft should be a core of everyone’s portfolio, if it isn’t already.   submitted by   /u/WhiteHoney88 [link]   [comments]
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  44. Drop immediately before close, then jump significantly higher a few minutes later? (31/03/2021 - Reddit Stocks)
    I followed about 20 stocks today, switching back and forth between them so I could keep tabs on them all day. After the close I reviewed them to see what happened to their prices around the close. Most dropped in price 1-3 minutes before the close, then they jumped up the first minute or two of the after-hours trading session -- and generally they jumped quite a bit higher than their price 10 minutes before the close. Why is this happening?   submitted by   /u/Owkaye [link]   [comments]
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  45. What is the lowest conviction stock you own and why? (29/08/2021 - Reddit Stocks)
    There have been threads about the highest conviction stock picks. I think the opposite is also interesting. Among the stocks that you own - what is your lowest conviction stock? Why haven’t you sold it yet?   submitted by   /u/clint1reid [link]   [comments]
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  46. When stock prices begin to rapidly decline the way they have been this week, is there any way to identify when they’ve reached the lowest point they’re going to fall to so that one can buy at the best time? (23/02/2021 - Reddit Stock Market)
    For most of the last ten months while investors were enjoying the greatest bull market of all time, it was evident to many that a correction was on the horizon, it was only a matter of when. Fast forward to last week and then subsequently to right now, and it would appear that we have possibly reached that point where stock prices are beginning to come back down to earth, particularly in the scorching red hot technology sector. As the first page of this subreddit currently states, the absolute wrong thing to do right now is to panic and sell shares that have drastically declined in share price. Savvy investors will of course attempt to “buy the dip”. The real question when it comes to trying to buy the dip during a market downturn is to identify when we’ve reached the absolute bottom of a dip which is the ideal buying opportunity. My question for the investors in this sub more experienced than myself is whether or not it is possible to identify when a stock or group of stocks has reached their lowest point or near their lowest point and are set to increase. Everyone wants to buy the dip, but hypothetically if the stock price of APPL is $140 last week, and going to go as low as $80 before climbing back up, I’m much better off buying the dip at near $80-85 rather than at $120-125. In a nut shell, my question is how can I know how low something is going to go? Is this possible in any capacity and if so, what types of indicators are best used to do this to any degree, so that I can make the most of an otherwise unfortunate situation?   submitted by   /u/TRILLTASKFORCE69 [link]   [comments]
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  47. Metals Stocks: Gold inches up Tuesday after finishing at lowest price since March (10/08/2021 - Market Watch)
    Gold futures trade slightly higher on Tuesday after putting in their lowest settlement since March on Monday, following a plunge of more than 5% intraday in early Asian trading hours.
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  48. Another Record Close For DOW And S&P 500 (12/03/2021 - INO.com)
    The DOW climbed 293.05 points or +0.9%, a record close at 32,778.64. The S&P 500 erased earlier losses and inched up +0.1%, eking out a record close of 3,943.34, and the NASDAQ shed +0.6% as rates surged once again, putting pressure on the tech sector. Alphabet and Facebook dropped 2% each, while Apple, Amazon, and […] The post Another Record Close For DOW And S&P 500 appeared first on INO.com Trader's Blog.
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  49. Metals Stocks: Gold prices trade higher, aims for rebound after ‘death cross’ crystallizes (18/02/2021 - Market Watch)
    Gold prices trade modestly higher, a day after bullion posted its lowest close since June and as a bearish pattern materialized in the commodity's price pattern.
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