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    Quote Originally Posted by mimo_100 View Post
    Some recent headlines:

    Published: March 7, 2020 at 11:18 a.m. ET By Michael Brush
    Companies such as Twilio, Chegg and Enphase Energy are the FAANGs of the future, says Kevin Landis of the Firsthand Technology Opportunities Fund

    Putin Dumps MBS to Start a War on America’s Shale Oil Industry Bloomberg March 7, 2020

    U.S Mortgage Rates Fall to Record Lows. The Year of Record Breaking May Well Continue March 7, 2020

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    Stock Futures Were Halted Sunday Night. Here’s When S&P 500 Circuit Breakers Kick In on Monday.
    By Lisa Beilfuss Updated March 8, 2020 10:30 pm ET / Original March 8, 2020 9:35 pm ET

    Futures on the S&P 500 were halted Sunday night after they declined 5%.

    As the wild swings on Wall Street continue, here are the levels to watch for further trading curbs when U.S. markets open Monday. [3/9/2020]

    Stock Market Panics as Oil Prices Tumble - Asian stock markets plunged Monday [3/9/2020] after oil prices nosedived on worries a global economy weakened by the coronavirus outbreak might be awash in too much crude. Wall Street futures prices were following suit.

    Coronavirus Update: 3,600 New Cases Outside China Reported Sunday

    Northern Italy Locked Down

    Level One Breach
    I am really worried about what's happening now with the breakthrough of this Covid-19 virus. After all, countries involved with Covid-19 (well, including US) already turning a breaking point in the market.

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    Have seven closed end funds, either equity or debt concentrations, which fit a pattern of 8-12% annual distribution, price down 26-33% since 2/19 or 2/20/20 and violent decreases in share value when things get tough (e.g. 4th quarter 201 followed by substantial increases when the problem clears. CSQ GDV DNI CHY CII HYT GCV.

    I've put equal amounts into each, will add more if we have more big down days. If I had to pick one it would be CII. Top Morningstar ratings, 8.3% distribution at current price level.

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    SLV looks interesting. Set to open around $11.50. Hasn't been that low since 2008.

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    This is kind of an interesting read and produces a list of 15 stocks they recommend and discuss them with comments from others and you don't have to buy anything or even give them an email. Not recommending necessarily what they come up with but interesting analysis.

    https://seekingalpha.com/article/433...content=link-0

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    Quote Originally Posted by Louetta View Post
    SLV looks interesting. Set to open around $11.50. Hasn't been that low since 2008.
    The above from 3-16-20. Sold this today at about 14.75 so it worked out well and is up most of this month but I have no idea why.

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    I don't like the continuing weakness in the S&P 500 advance decline line

    https://stockcharts.com/h-sc/ui?s=!A...d=p73367671490

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    Each night I list the funds in which we have positions by %gain on the day (which could be negative). Now the order of the list is reversed from what it has been since the end of March. Tempting to conclude it's a change from the stay-at-home stocks to the recovering economy stocks, which is what the pundits say, but I have done no analysis. I did add ADNPX, MACGX and MSEGX which have performed well under what may now be the old regime.

    The S&P advance decline line has only now begun to show signs of life despite the markets coming roaring back. The weakness troubleth me.

    https://stockcharts.com/h-sc/ui?s=!A...d=p73367671490

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    Nah.......
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    ...........
    Last edited by Louetta; 07-01-2020 at 06:07 PM.

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    ..........


    Still hoping the gym will re-open next Monday, 7/6.



    Last edited by Louetta; 07-01-2020 at 06:08 PM.

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