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S&P 500 (^GSPC)

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4,431.85+105.34 (+2.43%)
At close: 04:54PM EST
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  • M
    Max
    Fed will announce rates accelerating policy on Monday!
    Bearish
  • M
    Max
    Peaked! The toughest months are ahead! Tons of headwinds!
    Bearish
  • A
    Alex
    200 MA 4434
    S&P pushed towards it and it's trying to crack it - closed at 4431

    If it gets denied, expect 4000 level. If it manages to break through, then there is a real possibility that a bottom was set last week...seems hard to believe imo.

    Let's see what next week brings.
  • M
    Max
    Who didn’t understand this closing bell pump for Wall Street short position renewal? LOL
    Bearish
  • M
    Max
    Folks, go check out how bear market worked out from May 1st 2007 through March 1st 2009 on the chart where you can see how SP was from 1,555 to 755 little by little!
    Bearish
  • M
    Mr.x
    Obviously apple snd visa! But can they carry the market next week, next month,etc. headwinds are ahead and I don’t see much of the names including Facebook having a stellar earnings!
    Bearish
  • D
    Duck
    So what does today's EOD action mean? Break of trendline? A small pop before lower some more?
  • v
    vanoverschelde
    They had some interesting insights about GSPC on http://alert-sounds.com/. Definitely made me think
    twice about the company.
  • B
    B
    The VIX has gone POSITIVE & Dow and Russell have already reversed.. TREAD CAREFULLY here - very possibly RED by end of the day
  • A
    Aleem
    I know it’s hard to watch this drop everyday. But remember - you only lose when you sell. If you’re an investor, just hold and be patient. This is a phase and it will rise again. Hopefully very soon.

    All market tends to overreact. Hopefully once Fed minutes are out and the out outcome isn’t as bad, it should begin climb.

    Stay strong my fellow longs :)
  • T
    Tom
    RECESSION next !
    followed by Bankruptcies.
  • A
    Adira
    $SPY $QQQ Must be nice to have a job in politics and marry hedge funds and just trade from the inside. Must be nice to know when the printer goes burrrr and go to work and buy calls. 2021 in summary! Really must be nice!
    Neutral
  • G
    GOLD IS MONEY
    So obvious how rigged these "markets" are. END THE FED. Gold and silver are money.
  • B
    Brian
    Price predictions for Monday? share your thoughts
    Neutral
  • w
    william
    Got puts at 4425
  • e
    ellen
    Today’s Barron’s discussed the size of the sand box the Fed is playing in: $9 trillion balance sheet; $20 trillion GDP, and still buying $60 billion a month in Treasuries and Agencies. So, if they reduce their balance sheet by $2 Trillion, that’s 10% of GDP or the equivalent of 100 basis points added to Fed Funds Rate. Yet, still, I think they are under the impression that the 7% inflation rate is transitory? I’ve so many times here explained why inflation is rarely transitory. Top that off with a reasonable unemployment rate of 4% and the conundrum grows bigger. The call to get their act together is clarion.
  • J
    Jim Smith
    Peloton execs got $400 million
    long term investors were left holding the bag.

    most stocks are similar. just ways for execs to get wealthy. they sell at the top before investors get the bad news.
  • S
    Sten
    Worst week in the markets since march 2020. My 6mo profits have gone "poof". Now eating into negative.. was hoping this downturn was more temporary, than it´s turning out to be.
  • r
    rmg
    It's astonishing how much the media and congress heap congratulations on Powell's handling of the economy during the pandemic. It's fairly obvious the Fed didn't put much thought into their policy actions as they simply chose the "easy button" to immediately drop interest rates to zero and dump trillions into the economy which in turn quickly fueled massive asset bubbles in the housing and financial markets. They overstimulated consumer demand at the same time long term supply shortages were plaguing the economy and they wonder why the result is a high rate of inflation. This is economics 101 but since Powell is a lawyer maybe he never took that class while in college. At any rate he's surrounded by a multitude of ivory tower economists who collectively should have enough common sense to foresee the end result of their excessively loose monetary policy. The Fed has long history of messing up the economy and their policies have only become worse since 2009 as they continually bail out financial institutions that should suffer the consequences of their excessive risk positions. The Fed no longer acts strictly as a central bank as it now sees itself as private sector liquidity regulator to act as Wall Street's buyer of last resort, thereby usurping the role of free markets to do their job of price discovery and efficient capital allocation.
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