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Dow Close Today

Dow (18332.74, +0.40%) closed higher and was witnessing a Clinton lead then. Going with the charts, the 3-day candle has 18400 as an immediate resistance and while that holds, we could see a fall towards 17800 or even more today. Note that the Dow futures are down about 700 points and could reflect in the Dow Jones tonight. Visit: www.marketsandyou.com - The number 1 financial investment alert provider. #marketsandyou #tradesuccessfully #technicalanalysis #signupnow #tradingguide #financi

The downturn in the Market that was expected if Trump won is just not happening. The Dow Jones closed 200 points higher today.

#MARKETS: #Uganda shilling and global market report for November 21 2016 The Uganda shilling is doing a fantastic job of falling as some of you have been reading. Today it closed at 3600 on the US dollar. There is a God after all. We need the UGX to keep falling so that Ugandans can buy local and stop importing. All traders need to hedge on the USD/UGX. There will be no good news from Uganda to lift up their currency. Short every bounce. I would if I were trading it. Gold closed at $1215…

#Uganda shilling and global #market report - November 3 2016 It was a bloody day on the markets today. Everyone just threw in the towel and followed gravity to the South Pole. The Uganda shilling ended at 3480 on the US dollar. This pair on forex is UGX/USD. It still has room to fall so I would strictly short the UGX. Those who keep up with my reports on business know there is no way the shilling is going to appreciate. Gold is at $1302 after losing $5 per ounce. This is a minor pull back…

Asia stocks rally with oil, Tokyo hits…

#Uganda shilling and global market report - November 4 2016 Asian markets were red. So was Europe. North America started in green and then threw in the towel and went red. The Uganda shilling closed at 3472 on the US dollar. A bit of appreciation on the shilling but it is heading down. I would short every bounce of the UGX. Actis (multinational) is also pulling out of Uganda after AIG announced a pull out. Umeme shares were suspended from trading on the USE. Actis was big with Umeme. So…

WOW. Dow Jones closes above 15,000 for first time today and Japan’s Nikkei tops 14,000 for 1st time since 2008 yesterday. Thanks to the Deranged Republican Frugals. The last thing Darrell Issa needs is Pastor Mike Huckabee [the dog slayer]