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The Best Options to Buy on Robinhood Now Could Double Your Money

The economic lockdown following the pandemic hasn't just made our lives radically different, it's also creating radical opportunities in the stock market.

Nowhere is that more true than for options, especially as free platforms like Robinhood make it even easier for traders to cash in.

Today, we're going to show you how to harness the changes brought on by COVID-19 into profits with the best options to buy in Robinhood.

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Markets Live Recap: Dow Turns Negative After President Trump Announces China Conference

Another 2.13 million Americans filed for unemployment over the past week, once again outpacing Wall Street's estimate of 2.05 million.

That means, nearly 41 million Americans have submitted jobless claims since the coronavirus pandemic gripped economies around the world.

That news was overshadowed by the by the four million people who discontinued their unemployment benefits over the same timeframe.

Continuing jobless claims fell from 25 million last week to 21 million this week.

That's largely due to states reopening their economies to various extents.

Stocks rallied for most of the trading session, with the Dow up 0.8% mid-day.

But then the big news of the day occurred at the end, when President Trump announced he will be giving a news conference regarding the China situation with Hong Kong tomorrow.

Here's what our experts – Chris Johnson and Shah Gilani – saw throughout Thursday's volatile trading session.

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Dow Jones Industrial Average Slips After Strongest One-Day Rally in Eight Months

The Dow Jones Industrial Average fell slightly in premarket trading this morning, falling seven points as markets gave back a small fraction of Wednesday's gains.

The Dow surged Wednesday thanks to a surprising speech by Federal Reserve Chair Jerome Powell.

Tag Page Excerpt The Dow Jones Industrial Average fell slightly in premarket trading this morning, falling seven points as markets gave back a small fraction of Wednesday's gains. The Dow surged Wednesday thanks to a surprising speech by Federal Reserve Chair Jerome Powell. Yesterday, Powell suggested that the U.S. central bank may be done raising interest rates for the balance of 2018.