Americans can learn from the Mexicans. I think it's a requirement the Mexican national anthem is played around midnight even on stations that do not sign off. I don't think any American broadcaster takes a break arond midnight to play our anthem before airing the next program.bella ciao
every time I opened my account it would say I was down something or other, but the overall value was up (meaning that the swings were happening all day).@jan
Notable Events - Dowdown ~0.3%, S&P down ~0.5%, Nasdaq down ~0.5% this morning after August Retail Sales and Initial Jobless Claims data. - Retail sales post a surprise gain in August despite fears that escalating Covid cases and supply chain issues would hold back consumers, the Census Bureau reported Thursday. Sales increased 0.7% for the month against the Dow Jones estimate of a decline of 0.8%. - Chinese markets struggled on Thursday amid reports that Evergrande Group – one of China's largest property developers – could default on its debt, as well as lingering concerns surrounding increased regulation and the Delta variant. - The FDA’s staff has declined to take a stance on whether to back Covid booster shots of Pfizer’s vaccine, saying U.S. regulators haven’t verified all the available data. Government advisers will debate boosters Friday. Pointing to Israeli data, Pfizer argued a third dose of its vaccine six months after the second shot restores protection from infection to 95%. Moderna, which also supports boosters, has released data showing breakthrough cases were less frequent in people who were more recently vaccinated with its two-shot vaccine. - Long-term Treasuries: 10yr at 1.34%, 20yr at 1.84% and 30yr at 1.89%. - Cryptocurrencies: $BTC ~$48,100, $ETH ~$3,625, $DOGE ~$0.2449.
Daily market summary, if it is easier to understand
I am looking at my holding rn. I do have some in QQQ - but I am very diversified (and have quite a bit of common stock as well). I inherited my families stock market guy - and he takes care of my holdings.This crash will be different though, cause the derivative market has so many people utilizing leverage. Your ~$75 can buy a put to control 45k for a cycle on QQQ or SPY, haha. The derivatives market exceeds 1 quadrillion now!
Do you think she will find the fountain of youth???
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don't worry. it will all be over with soon. the unmentionables might take care of it ... for now ...This crash will be different though, cause the derivative market has so many people utilizing leverage. Your ~$75 can buy a put to control 45k for a cycle on QQQ or SPY, haha. The derivatives market exceeds 1 quadrillion now!
that seems too good to be true. I would think etay would be swamped with kids coloring pages if that was soI saw something recently about hitting up fiver and buying a bulk amount of coloring pages for kids for like 15 bucks then selling each colored page on etsy for 3$ each. Don't know the exact specifics, but if its true then it could be a potential way to make some money by just coloring lol
I feel so old, I opened my ira in 1981 or so and bought my first stocks then...Yeah, we have been going up very solidly across the board since the big March dip. Long, big up, slight retracement atm. Sept is traditionally slow in most markets. If you have VOO, SPY, QQQ, or pretty much any institutional fund with Fidelity, Vanguard, Schwab, Blackrock etc, that you bought and held for any significant period, it's up. Throw darts for tickers, and chances are, it's up.
What's scary is that we've have really good markets for so long, there's an entire generation of investors who have never seen a bear market or remember the 2008 crash, where very real people lost houses due to mortgage default.