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Wed Apr 12, 2017, 05:03 PM

I'm seeing growing uneasiness in the markets

We're getting days that just drift slightly, and far too many where the action
is over in 50 minutes

Seesaw volatility

Where do you go for market recaps at the end of the day? I ditched Yahoo! Finance
due to all the ads. Bloomberg is more libertarian than it once was, and Marketwatch
has good articles. I find MSNMoney lightweight.

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bucolic_frolic Apr 2017 OP
Wellstone ruled Apr 2017 #1
PoindexterOglethorpe Apr 2017 #2
bucolic_frolic Apr 2017 #3
A HERETIC I AM Apr 2017 #4

Response to bucolic_frolic (Original post)

Wed Apr 12, 2017, 05:10 PM

1. Wow,caught Trump's so called Presser.

First take away,the Guy does not have a clue as to how our World Works. Secondly,appears he called on planted questions. Thirdly,the NATO leader looked very uneasy watching and listening to Trump. Fourthly,this POS will get us into a unretrackable Military action and it is not going to be pretty. Fifthly,this Guy is writing checks he will never be able to cash.

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Response to bucolic_frolic (Original post)

Wed Apr 12, 2017, 05:21 PM

2. The markets have been remarkably stable

since last November. I would not consider a one percent or less change to be seesaw volatility. I'm also not trying to time the market in any way. I have money in what I a range of investments, which is considered to be the most sensible thing.

And I don't feel as if I need a daily market recap, although I appreciate that you must feel quite different.

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Response to bucolic_frolic (Original post)

Thu Apr 13, 2017, 11:09 AM

3. Weak drifting action this week

The market is dealing with a long run of success, asset prices that are no longer
cheap, and global political uncertainty. Pharma, metals, and oil move some, but
it's one day up, one day down. Retail sector is slammed this year.

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Response to bucolic_frolic (Original post)

Thu Apr 13, 2017, 11:51 PM

4. Bull markets always seem to get to a point....

where they begin to "climb a wall of worry"

Check out Reuters for market news.

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