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   Massive 66% XRP Price Rally Hinges On This Key Level | NewsBTC  2020/01/25 04:00:23 NEWSBTC
XRP didn't have the best of years in 2019. In a year when effectively all assets posted jaw-dropping gains — Bitcoin gained 95%, the S&P 500 rallied
   Stocks fall as fears about deadly virus grow  2020/01/24 23:44:05 Portland Press Herald
The Dow drops 170 points, and the S&P 500 has its worst day since early October.
   S&P 500 tem pior dia desde outubro diante de preocupações com vírus  2020/01/24 22:20:00 Extra
Por Stephen CulpNOVA YORK (Reuters) - Os índices de Wall Street recuaram em meio a uma ampla liquidação nesta sexta-feira, à medida que investidores fugiram dos mercados acionários diante de crescentes preocupações sobre o… Leia mais
   Elites View The World Through "Market-Colored" Glasses  2020/01/24 22:05:00 Zero Hedge
Elites View The World Through "Market-Colored" Glasses Authored by Lance Roberts via RealInvestmentAdvice.com, It is easy to suggest the economy is booming when your net worth is in the hundreds of millions, if not billions, of dollars, or when your business, and your net worth, directly benefit from surging asset prices. This was the consensus from the annual gaggle of the ultra-rich, politicians, and media stars in Davos, Switzerland this past week. As J.P. Morgan Chase CEO Jamie Dimon told CNBC on Wednesday the stock market is in a “Goldilocks place.” Of course, it is when you bank receives an annual dividend from the Federal Reserve’s balance sheet expansion. This isn’t the first time I have picked on Dimon’s delusional view of the world. To wit: “This is the most prosperous economy the world has ever seen and it’s going to be a very prosperous economy for the next 100 years. The consumer, which is 70% of the U.S. economy, is quite strong. Confidence is very high. Their balance sheets are in great shape.
   Why investors should avoid utilities: Wealthwise Financial President  2020/01/24 21:14:54 Yahoo Finance
Investors are bracing for more volatility in 2020, as the S&P pursues its first one-percent move since October 2019. Wealthwise Financial President Loreen Gilbert joins The Final Round to discuss what investors should be watching this year.
   S&P 500 tem pior dia desde outubro diante de preocupações com vírus  2020/01/24 22:20:00 Extra
Por Stephen CulpNOVA YORK (Reuters) - Os índices de Wall Street recuaram em meio a uma ampla liquidação nesta sexta-feira, à medida que investidores fugiram dos mercados acionários diante de crescentes preocupações sobre o… Leia mais
   Elites View The World Through "Market-Colored" Glasses  2020/01/24 22:05:00 Zero Hedge
Elites View The World Through "Market-Colored" Glasses Authored by Lance Roberts via RealInvestmentAdvice.com, It is easy to suggest the economy is booming when your net worth is in the hundreds of millions, if not billions, of dollars, or when your business, and your net worth, directly benefit from surging asset prices. This was the consensus from the annual gaggle of the ultra-rich, politicians, and media stars in Davos, Switzerland this past week. As J.P. Morgan Chase CEO Jamie Dimon told CNBC on Wednesday the stock market is in a “Goldilocks place.” Of course, it is when you bank receives an annual dividend from the Federal Reserve’s balance sheet expansion. This isn’t the first time I have picked on Dimon’s delusional view of the world. To wit: “This is the most prosperous economy the world has ever seen and it’s going to be a very prosperous economy for the next 100 years. The consumer, which is 70% of the U.S. economy, is quite strong. Confidence is very high. Their balance sheets are in great shape.
   Why investors should avoid utilities: Wealthwise Financial President  2020/01/24 21:14:54 Yahoo Finance
Investors are bracing for more volatility in 2020, as the S&P pursues its first one-percent move since October 2019. Wealthwise Financial President Loreen Gilbert joins The Final Round to discuss what investors should be watching this year.
   Corona-Contagion Crashes Commodity/Stock Markets Worldwide, Bonds & Bullion Bid  2020/01/24 21:01:17 Zero Hedge
Corona-Contagion Crashes Commodity/Stock Markets Worldwide, Bonds & Bullion Bid As @GreekFire32 correctly mocked: "Of all the fundamental catalysts like sliding economic growth, inflation, earnings, cash flow… the bears had to wait for a virus from humans eating bat soup to get a 1% sell-off " A black bat or black cat spoiled the party... pic.twitter.com/tQudqtK1qh — Yawn Connor (@SPF2Million) January 22, 2020 Doesn't look so bad... pic.twitter.com/gSwbghaMfr — 思雪 (@a524952) January 24, 2020 "probably nothing..." For a sense of the damage (or perhaps more of the calm we have encountered in the last few months)... Shanghai Comp's worst week in 8 months S&P 500's worst week in 5 months "Most Shorted" stocks had their biggest weekly drop in 4 months France's CAC 40 worst week in almost 4 months VIX's biggest weekly spike in almost 6 months HY Bond Prices worst week in almost 5 months Treasury yields biggest weekly drop in 4 months Yield curve's biggest weekly flattening in 2 months USD's best week in 2 months Yuan's worst week in 4 months Copper's worst week in over 5 years Oil's biggest weekly drop in 8 months Gold's 6th weekly rise in last 7 weeks China ended notably weaker this week (China closed on Friday for lunar new year celebration)...
   "The 1999 Question": When Will The Fed Put An End To What BofA Calls An "Irrational Bull Phase"  2020/01/24 19:16:55 Zero Hedge
"The 1999 Question": When Will The Fed Put An End To What BofA Calls An "Irrational Bull Phase" While it remains to be seen if the Wuhan coronavirus epidemic is finally the mutating "black swan" that puts an end to the thunderous market rally unleashed by the Fed last September, with the launch of repo injections and and Bill purchases, one thing is clear: coming into this week, we had "never before seen market complacency" as everyone - from hedge funds, to risk-parity, to CTA, to retail investors - had gone " all in " the stock market . And it is this unprecedented euphoria, last seen during the first tech bubble which culminated with the bursting of the dot com bubble, that prompted today BofA's Chief Investment Strategist, Michael Hartnett, to ask what he called " the 1999 question" , namely what level of irrational exuberance on Wall Street causes Fed to tighten ? Assuming that next week the Fed makes no changes to its policy and signals "carry on liquidity", greenlighting a continuation of the "irrational bullish phase" into Q1 (which is the most likely outcome, alongside a modest 5bps hike to the IOER rate in a reversal of the cuts made to this rate over the past year) Hartnett notes that two decades ago, the first " 1999 tech bubble" hike in the Fed funds rate occurred in June'99, just as Nasdaq soared 30% above its 200dma.
   Something Interesting About The S&P500  2020/01/22 00:54:19 FXStreet
This weekend the S&P 500 Index reached a significant level hitting the 1.618 fibonacci expansion of the move up from the December 2018 low and the sub
   Dow Jones tumbles 150 points as first case of deadly Chinese coronavirus is confirmed in US  2020/01/21 22:46:32 Daily Mail Online
All three major U.S. stock averages fell following several days of record closing highs and their best one-week advance in months. The sell-off snapped a three-day win streak by the S&P 500.
   Stocks - S&P Falls as U.S Coronavirus Scare Sours Sentiment  2020/01/21 21:04:00 Investing.com
https://www.investing.com/news/stock-market-news/stocks--sp-falls-as-us-coronavirus-scare-sours-sentiment-2064272
   30 Massive Dividend Increases From the Past Year  2020/01/21 20:43:41 Kiplinger Washington Editors
The S&P 500's dividend stocks provided shareholders with an average payout boost of more than 8% in 2019. However, a number of outstanding companies announced far more substantial dividend increases - 20%, 30% or more. In a few cases, companies more than doubled their payouts overnight. Companies often authorize significant upgrades in their regular dividends to attract new investors or stand out from industry competitors. While one-time influxes of cash will often go toward buybacks or one-time special dividends, firms that believe they can maintain heightened levels of profitability will return some of that money through larger regular payouts. You'll notice that many of the past year's largest dividend increases came from the banking industry. That's in part because some large banks that were sitting on stockpiles of cash received permission from government regulators to distribute their excess capital to investors. Another major impetus for dividend growth was tax reform, which bumped up after-tax profits for many American companies, including banks.
   ‘Be careful out there’ — trader fears China virus could shock the stock market  2020/01/21 19:23:00 MarketWatch
The damage to the Dow and S&P 500 has been minimal to this point, and that’s something that Kevin Muir, veteran trader and author of the popular Macro…

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