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Potential Trade War Resolution? How Will Stocks React?

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The stock market traded higher after positive reports of the US and China coming to the table in ongoing trade talks. Now what? Click the link above for my take. The sensitivity of the stock market to the trade war with China has been on the extreme end of the spectrum, with the slightest flicker … Read more

High Momentum Stocks are Fading – What Does it Mean?

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Highlight: “Over the course of the last seven or eight weeks or so… we’ve seen this unique situation where we have these key momentum stocks… the momentum be sucked out of those,” @traderdanielle says. “I am being a little more cautious… but I’m looking to some new areas.” pic.twitter.com/sH2cKqh20k — Yahoo Finance (@YahooFinance) September 30, … Read more

Impact of a Billionaire Wealth Tax and Potential Wall Street Tax with Danielle Shay

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Opinions expressed are solely my own…! The Proposed Tax One of the favorite democratic talking points for the upcoming election cycle has been a potential Wall Street Tax or billionaire/millionaire wealth tax. The ideas floating around have ranged between taxing capital gains at a higher rate, to taxing billionaires billions of dollars each, and use … Read more

FAANG and the Cloud Losing Momentum – Now What?

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Click on the image above to learn more and watch Danielle’s segment on CNBC.  This week, on CNBC’s Trading Nation, I discussed the stock market condition over the course of the last seven weeks. What I’ve seen, is that we’ve had a loss of momentum in high growth stocks, including the cloud computing and cyber … Read more

Federal Reserve Cuts Interest Rates by 1/4 Point

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Check out the clip from Fox News on “Your World” with Neil Cavuto for our discussion on the issue.  In their September decision, the Federal Reserve decided to cut interest rates by 1/4 point, citing ongoing trade war tensions and a slowing, global economy. The Fed noted in the decision that the current economic backdrop … Read more