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    Utah company Co-Diagnostics Inc. showcased in a listing of stocks poised to benefit from Coronavirus outbreak:

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    I think the energy sector is approaching a buying point.

    It has been down for several years.

    Individual stock I like is Exxon.

    A mutual I like that pays a good dividend is EGLCX

    I hold next to nothing long term but if Trump goes 4 more years--this sector should do well.
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    Quote Originally Posted by oldno7 View Post
    A mutual I like that pays a good dividend is EGLCX
    Consider an MLP ETF. Much lower expense ratio, no loads either way, slightly higher payout possible, and an ETF structure vs a mutual fund. Like MLPA and AMLP to name 2. The (typically) active management of a mutual fund, and the high fees associated with that, are usually only beneficial in fluid targeted investing. Say, a "China emerging biotech fund." Where eyes and ears on the ground are your friend. Versus a relatively staid sector like energy MLPs, where a low expense ratio ETF will do as well, with the lower fees racking up over time.

    If you overlay those 3, you'll see mirror image movements the last 5 years. Telltale of active management not producing a better result than an index. In which case the higher fees cause decay. More than 5 years ago, there was some outperformance by the fund. Perhaps an early manager who was quite good left at some point.

    https://etfdb.com/etfs/industry/mlp/

    After large, fast market declines, it's always worth scanning through closed end funds, looking for some discounts to NAV. https://www.cefa.com/FundSelector/AdvancedSearch.fs, concentrating on the "Prem/Disc" column in the negative.

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    Thanks for those dougr

    I get in a rut and trade those I know and have traded prior.

    I really like the looks of AMLP but as you accurately stated,

    you can take a chart from most all the players and they overlay almost to perfection.

    So buying the low of a sector, plus the benefit of a dividend is very enticing.

    The benefit of an ETF to someone who trades all day is huge.

    Especially being able to use low risk stops!(every trade I make involves low risk)

    When I lose in a trade, I lose small.

    To someone who doesn't have time for that, not so much.

    Thanks again.
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    Quote Originally Posted by oldno7 View Post
    433 points from my support number of 26,564.

    I've seen in the past in this situation, a morning selloff and a rally to positive territory.

    I think tomorrow is a key test of how low we go.

    If it holds, we should go up and blow through 30,000.

    If we close below 26,564, we are headed lower to 25,636 area.

    We will take out my first number this morning--26,564
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    And liberals are getting excited, thinking, please let people die so Trump looks bad.

    How will market react when the first Coronavirus death is reported(oughta be a hysterical msm cry heard round the world.)

    I'm sure they already have their stories written.
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    Quote Originally Posted by oldno7 View Post
    And liberals are getting excited, thinking, please let people die so Trump looks bad.
    I guess I could be shocked that people actually behave this way...

    But then again, these are the same folks that are fighting desperately to preserve the right to murder newborn infants upon birth.
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    Quote Originally Posted by rockgremlin View Post
    But then again, these are the same folks that are fighting desperately to preserve the right to murder newborn infants upon birth.
    How else do we control the population? Trump refuses to follow the Obama model and involve us in needless conflicts all over the globe. "Sorry Mrs Smith little Kyle just doesn't measure up we're going have to toss 'em into the baby chipper. Better luck next time"

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    My 21,000 number looks better and better, eh?

    Another week like this one and we'll be flirting with sub-20,000 territory. But it's worth it because......coronavirus.
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    Quote Originally Posted by accadacca View Post
    Accadacca has made his prediction... time to buy!

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    ^^^^FINALLY!!!

    I've been waiting patiently for the right time to buy back in, and here it is!

    To put the current drop into perspective, the Great Recession saw stocks drop from roughly 14,100 to 6,600 -- a 7,500 drop (53%). So far the last week has seen the market drop from 29,551 to 25,766, a 3,785 point drop (13%) in only one week. There's plenty of room to fall further.

    Mass hysteria gets expensive...
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    Quote Originally Posted by accadacca View Post
    On the contrary, this is a buying opportunity. I made a fortune by diving into the market in March of '09, and then selling all that I bought between then and the end of 2015. I quadrupled my net worth, seriously.

    That was an opportunity that I figured might only come once in a lifetime, so I took advantage of it. I'll be going on another buying spree when I feel the time is right. Tomorrow? Next week? Next month?...I'll know it when the time is right. I don't think this will go on for very long, however...a lot of people are just taking profit and they'll be buying back in.

    "The time to buy is when there is blood in the streets". These big drops are great if you've got some cash on hand.
    "Unfortunately she's playing chicken with a dude that has no steering wheel"
    Lifted from Rockgremlin.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BasinCruiser View Post
    I'm just waiting for the tried and true indicator from @accadacca that the bottom is going to drop out. Then, I know it's time to jump back in.
    Quote Originally Posted by accadacca View Post


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    https://finance.yahoo.com/news/inves...215843823.html

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    As I've been trying to warn all you's peeps.

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    However, at least a few investors see Sanders’ rise — and the failure of a more moderate candidate to emerge from the crowded Democratic field — as a growing risk to markets. Billionaire bond king Jeffrey Gundlach recently warned that Sanders could trigger a market correction, a sentiment he reiterated on Wednesday to CNBC.

    In a lengthy research note published on Thursday, RBC Capital Markets noted that “investors may have been rattled by [former New York City mayor Mike] Bloomberg’s loss of momentum, not just Sanders’s surge,” amplified by a “high degree of nervousness about the coronavirus.”


    Sanders is currently the frontrunner to challenge President Donald Trump in the fall, with victories in New Hampshire and Nevada giving him momentum. RBC also remarked on the “enthusiasm and dedication of his supporters,” which could make the general election more competitive if he prevails in the Democratic primaries.


    “We think it’s no coincidence that the S&P 500 (^GSPC) peaked alongside last week’s Democratic debate in Nevada, which was generally viewed as a bad night for Bloomberg and a good night for Sanders” and Massachusetts Senator Elizabeth Warren,” RBC wrote.


    “We expect a close race in November and think investors are correct to take Sanders’s surge seriously,” the bank added.


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    should drop 4-500 on open, again today.
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    The number that has to hold before this gets ugly is 24,709

    After that rocks prediction is in site.
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    dow now down 6-700 to open
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    Now 7-800,
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    Wow! Just wow. When, not if, this disaster hits main street the people are going to be looking for a Wall Street head hunter. It doesn't look like permanent QE was such a good idea. With the momentum this will give Sanders, the market will easily slip to canned goods trading.

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