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DHUnplugged #345: Wait and See Mode

Markets have been digesting the gains since the election and now waiting to see if President-Elect Trump can implement some of the campaign promises. Tax relief, regulatory reform, employment and GDP growth – what will become a reality and what will remain as hopeful ambitions? Businesses are swooning over Trump and telling him what he […]

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And The 2016 DHUnplugged CTP Cup Winner Is….

Congratulations to John Jeffers. He beat out all of the past winners from the 2016 Closest to The Pin competitions to claim this coveted award. John came within 0.03% of the final value for the Dow Jones Industrial Average. That is pretty amazing considering all of the volatility that was seen. Not only does John […]

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DHUnplugged #344 – Let The Games Begin

2017 is here and we are ready to provide the latest on what is happening in markets and around the world. Already algo trading is driving markets as there is plenty of economic news reported and Trump Tweeting ferociously. A review of the best and worst sectors of 2016 and maybe what to expect in […]

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DHUnplugged #343: It’s a Wrap Rap

The last show of the year – and what a great year it has been! Markets providing great opportunities as news giving us endless topics to discuss. Why do people listen to DHUnplugged? We have a good list of answers from listeners that you may want to hear. Also, some of the exciting things we […]

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DHUnplugged #342: What Are Animal Spirits Anyway?

The Fed finally hikes rates. Trump wins the election again. Animal Spirits are alive and well – but what does that mean anyway? We take a look at how in the world Uber is losing millions of dollars and how markets are reacting to the recent Fed rate hike. Plus, another major breah at Yahoo!, […]

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DHUnplugged #341: Approaching Nosebleed Territory?

Markets are on a march higher with the 20,000 mark just ahead for the DJIA. It appears that the momentum crowd is pushing so that they can get ready to put on their double party hats for the new year. But, is are markets approaching nosebleed levels and ready for corrective action? We take a […]

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DHUnplugged #340: JUST BUY THE CRISIS

Another crisis, another move higher for markets. Italy’s NO vote was supposed to hit the Euro and the regions financial sector. It did, but just for about 20 minutes. Just one more crisis that turned out to be a reason to buy stocks. News of a new way to shop brought to us from Amazon, […]

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DHUnplugged #339 – TrumpOnomics

Yes, they are calling it TrumpOnomics now. The idea that we will see a massive fiscal spend with the Republicans now going to be in control. GDP comes in strong, consumer confidence runs higher and now the probability for a Fed move in December is almost 100% What next? DJIA 20,000, 25,000? Fake news is […]

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DHUnplugged #338: Trump’d – Part Deux

A technology snafu meant that last week we were unable to provide audio with the show. So, this week we will cover some of the important items that were on the slate as well as new ones that need to be flushed out. Some interesting insight into markets, politics and other newsworthy items in this […]

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DHUnplugged #337: TRUMP’D (No Audio)

What an upset! Not many predicted that outcome for the U.S. elections. The Republicans swept Congress and now investors are putting in their bets with companies that they believe will benefit from a massive fiscal stimulus package and lower taxes. An impressive rotation within markets and a lack of a sell-off has many people wondering […]

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DHUnplugged #336: Hallelujah… Is It Over?

Elections! Finally the day has arrived and we are about to see who will take the big seat at the top of the U.S. political system. What has been one of the most cantankerous campaigns in recent history will finally provide some relief that we won’t be subjected to anymore debates and commercials related to […]

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DHUnplugged #335: Election Jitters

Markets are getting jittery ahead of the election and any news of a rate hike before the end of the year. The U.S. dollar plunged on worries over the impact of the Clinton email scandal and metals rallied. Microsoft announced a new Surface desktop that looks to rival Apple’s iMac. Plus – an update on […]

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