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    Stocks Soar As Senate Looks To Pass $2 Trillion Relief Package

    Stocks soared yesterday on optimism that the Senate will finally pass their 'Phase 3' coronavirus relief bill, which has now ballooned to nearly $2 trillion.

    As I said yesterday, stocks clearly wanted to rally on Monday, but were disappointed that Congress couldn't get its act together.

    But now it looks like they have and stocks responded.

    We haven't gotten two up days in row since this pullback began. But if we can close higher today, that will be a first. And it may lead to more gains to come.

    And it's about time. Stocks have been grossly oversold. And it's nice to see some buying coming in at these discounted prices.

    But let me just say that a new bull market won't begin until the major indexes can close up by 20% from their lowest close.

    For the Dow, that means it needs to close at or above 22,310.32.



    For the S&P, it's 2,684.88.

    And for the Nasdaq it's 8,232.80.

    That doesn't mean there can't be spectacular rallies in the interim. Because there will be plenty of those. We're seeing that now.

    But a bull market, that officially begins its trek back up to its old highs, won't officially begin until we get above those aforementioned levels.

    In the meantime, there's lots of money to be made during these rallies. So make sure you're taking full advantage of them.

    See you tomorrow,

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    Gracias, Lein. Apuntamos esos niveles
    " Wall Street gana dinero a base de actividad. Yo lo gano a base de inactividad ". Warren Buffet

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    Stocks Up, But Still Waiting On $2 Trillion Relief Package


    Stocks closed mostly higher yesterday, but well off of their intraday highs.

    Momentum from Tuesday spilled into Wednesday's session on optimism that the Senate will finally pass their 'Phase 3' coronavirus relief bill, which has ballooned to nearly $2 trillion.

    But late in the day, a perceived 'error' was spotted in the bill that would pay workers more money to not work than they would have made if they were working -- thus creating a potential incentive for some to actually get laid off. This derailed the bill's fast track path. But if it can be ironed out, it's expected to pass, where it will then make its way to the House, and then the President's desk.

    On a positive note, yesterday was the first back to back up day for the market since the sell-off began. (Although, the Nasdaq just missed out as they were modestly lower yesterday.)

    But all of the major indexes have so far seen big bounces from their lowest close on Monday with the Dow gaining as much as 18.43%. By the close however, the Dow 'only' finished up 14.03% from their lowest close.

    The S&P bounced as high as 14.93%, before closing up 10.54% from their lowest close.

    And the Nasdaq bounced as high as 11.81%, before closing up 7.63% from their lowest close.

    I post these numbers because bear market rallies are common. And while there are plenty of great bargains out there, the bear market will not officially be over until it closes up by 20% or more from their lowest close. So keep that in mind.

    Hopefully, we'll be able to see the market retest yesterday's intraday highs if the Senate can finally pass that relief package.

    Traders will also be watching this morning's Weekly Jobless Claims. We all know they are going to be bad, with some suggesting we could see as many as 10 million new claims. We all know this is temporary and why it's happening. But it won't make it any less shocking to see such a big number, whatever it turns out to be.

    We'll also get the final estimate for Q4 '19 GDP. That's expected to remain unchanged from their last estimate of 2.1%. But that's old news and it likely won't mean anything if it comes in as expected or better.

    We'll also get Corporate Profits, Retail and Wholesale Inventories, and the Kansas City Fed Manufacturing Index.

    But all eyes will be on the coronavirus relief bill and if Congress can finally get its act together and get this done.

    In the meantime, the upheavals that the coronavirus outbreak, and subsequent social distancing policies have made clear, is that tech companies will play an even bigger part in our economy and lives than anybody could have ever possibly imagined.

    And as these new technological advances come about, it will change the world we live in, and make properly positioned investors rich.

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    El Dow ha llegadi a marcar hoy 22402.... veremos si cierra por encima de esos 22.310 que se comenta en el Report de arriba
    " Wall Street gana dinero a base de actividad. Yo lo gano a base de inactividad ". Warren Buffet

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