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Wed Feb 14, 2024, 05:56 PM Feb 2024

STOCK MARKET WATCH: Thursday, 15 February 2024

STOCK MARKET WATCH: Thursday, 15 February 2024

Previous SMW:
SMW for 14 February 2024

AT THE CLOSING BELL ON 14 February 2024

Dow Jones 38,424.27 +151.52 (0.40%)
S&P 500 5,000.62 +47.45 (0.96%)
Nasdaq 15,859.15 +203.55 (1.30%)


Market Conditions During Trading Hours:

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Quote for the Day:

Men like my friend aren’t uncommon in the major donor community. Some are so wealthy that Trump’s actual net worth was a rounding error to them, but they weren’t as a rule bold enough to put their money on the line to defeat him. A few still comfort themselves with the knowledge that the tax bill will pad their bottom lines nicely. Some hope that someday, somehow he’ll stop tweeting and won’t get us into a nuclear war.

Rick Wilson. Everything Trump Touches Dies: A Republican Strategist Gets Real About the Worst President Ever. Simon & Schuster / Free Press. © 2018.

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STOCK MARKET WATCH: Thursday, 15 February 2024 (Original Post) Tansy_Gold Feb 2024 OP
Tech bubble territory, no signs of a top bucolic_frolic Feb 2024 #1


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1. Tech bubble territory, no signs of a top
Wed Feb 14, 2024, 06:44 PM
Feb 2024

Every day that the market drops 350 points we have a follow on day where it recovers all that and then some. This is most like 1999-2001. Expectations drive earnings estimates. But recall 2001 was the era of Worldcom, Lucent, Enron, and many dozens of others with smaller market cap.

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