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Markets Live Recap: Why Stocks Closed Lower for the First Time in 3 Days

For the first time in three days, the Dow and S&P 500 closed lower as investors weighed the prospects of reopening the economy as job losses grew across the country.

A grim U.S. payrolls report showed private payrolls dropped by 20.2 million in April – the worst job loss in the history of the ADP report.

At the same time 30 U.S. states have already partially reopened their economies or are planning on doing a partial reopening soon.

Here's how our experts – D.R. Barton, Jr., and Shah Gilani – see things playing out in the economy moving forward.

They even provided some of the top stocks to buy and sell today...


Markets Live Recap: Our Experts Cover Federal Stimulus, Oil, Gold, and Earnings

This morning, the U.S. Senate passed a $484 billion relief package that the House of Representative is expected to approve on Thursday.

$370 billion is intended for small businesses, $75 billion will be for hospital relief, and $25 billion will be used to expand coronavirus testing.

Oil was up about 20% and stocks rebounded on the day, with the S&P 500 closing up about 2.5%.

But it was also interesting to see gold up 3% on the day.

Here's what our experts – Chris Johnson, Tom Gentile, D.R. Barton, Jr., and Shah Gilani – think about the stimulus, oil, gold, and stocks during earnings season.



Why Sprout Social Stock Is Not a Buy After the IPO

Sprout Social may be a popular up-and-coming marketing technology firm, but that doesn't make Sprout Social stock a buy after its IPO.

That's why, today, we're going to break down the case for investing in Sprout Social stock and why it may not be worth the investment.

Plus, we'll also show you Money Morning Defense & Tech Specialist, Michael A. Robinson's, favorite pick to profit from 2019's IPOs that has completely crushed the broader market.



Last Time Bonds Did This... These Stocks Surged

Now that the yield curve has inverted, investors are widely panicking.

Yes, short-term rates are currently higher than long-term rates, but that’s not the worry.

The big problem is much of what the talking heads on TV are saying about it is flat-out wrong. And that is potentially dangerous for your money.

Here’s the thing: Investors who don’t adapt to these changes risk losing out on the superior returns these conditions make possible.

Especially in the kinds of stocks Keith’s going to show you…


These 3 Tech Stocks Will Keep Crushing the Market

My wife says that at the rate I'm going, we're going to have to buy a new table.

Let me explain. My job as your tech analyst is to go beyond the headlines and find great tech stocks that can absolutely crush the market – in good times and in bad.

And that often means pounding the table for the global tech ecosystem in general, and for market rippers in particular.

That's exactly what I did back on Jan. 11. You may not recall it, but in my mind's eye, it's as if it were just yesterday.

At the time, the tech-centric Nasdaq had entered bear market territory, defined as a 20% drop from a recent high. I said it was "fear and not fundamentals" that was driving the market lower.

I then listed three beaten-down tech leaders I said were poised for big rebounds.

Today, I'm following up let you know – all three just crushed it, as I'll show you.

And I'll also show you why there's still plenty of upside ahead...


There Are 6.6 Trillion Reasons Why Trump Must Take China to the Mat on This One Issue

Most Americans have never thought twice about intellectual property, but Keith's here to tell you that it's absolutely critical to your prosperity that you understand what's happening right now.

To put it simply, our nation depends heavily on IP – and so does your money.

But a recent poll revealed that China has stolen intellectual property from 1 in 5 American companies.

Here's why Trump needs to be absolutely tough on China when it comes to this issue...