Stock Market Investing (2019) [Dan Niles Question, Cannabis News, Twitter Update]
he ARMR Report covers Stock Market investing through the millennial lens.
Today’s focus: Dan Niles expresses consternation over the stock markets treatment of Semiconductor stocks in the 2 quarter of the expected 5 quarter downturn. Today I will respectfully offer an answer. An answer that will also help explain the current stock market breakout to new all time highs.
Bottom line: It is all about Central Bank behavior
Bonus: Cannabis news of note: CWEB new CEO importance, CGC continued breakout of epic Cup & Handle pattern and Twitter (TWTR) update.
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