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Dow Jones Today Could Take a Dip on Fresh Earnings Reports

The Dow Jones today is down on the first major day of Q3 earnings reports.

Investors also await updates from Washington on a potential stimulus plan.

Markets remain in a holding pattern as Congress and the Trump administration continue to haggle over the size of a new deal.

Trump has said that he will approve a deal worth $1.8 trillion.

Democrats are hoping for a larger plan before the election.



These Five Earnings Trades Let You Cash In When a Stock Moves Up... or Down

We are in the midst of one of the most important earnings seasons to date.

The coronavirus has impacted revenue across the globe, and it isn't over. Now we're getting a glimpse as to how big that impact is.

The pandemic has left 174 million people unemployed worldwide, which has ultimately resulted in $2.1 trillion in lost income. Yet the Nasdaq just hit an all-time high of 11,069.

We don't know which way each stock will go after earnings, but we don't need to…

What we do know is there will be volatility in the coming weeks – and where there's volatility, there's opportunity. There are tons of gains on the table for your taking.

Today, I'm going to show you a strategy that allows you to secure profits no matter what direction stocks move on their earnings reports.

Then I'm going to give five trade recommendations to put this strategy to work now – you want to get into the first one by Thursday… Full Story

Then I'm going to give five trade recommendations to put this strategy to work now - you want to get into the first one by Thursday...

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The Long and the Short of It: Big Profits Ahead for These Fintech Plays

Our Garrett Baldwin believes that we're in the early stages of what could be a nasty recession.

Still, not all the news is horrible.

In fact, we have seen technological innovation accelerate, and this impact will change lives and finances for the better long after the virus has faded into history.

Nowhere is this truer than in banking and personal finance.

And with the markets facing another selloff, Garrett wants to prime you for an opportunity to make some money playing one of the most important tech trends of the decade...


Markets Live Recap: Stocks Close Down Despite Powell's Statement

The S&P 500 and Dow Jones were both down in early market trading as investors continued yesterday's sell-off.

Then, Jerome Powell said the U.S. Federal Reserve intends to keep interest rates near zero through 2022.

And he expects GDP to expand by 5% in 2021.

Stocks rallied across the board on the back on the announcement by the Fed Reserve Chairmen.

But only the Nasdaq closes the day in positive territory – up 1.2% and closing at a record high.

The S&P 500 was flat and the down was down 0.6%.

Here's what our experts – Chris Johnson and Shah Gilani – saw live at the open and close of the trading day.