Morning Market Prep | Stock & Options Trading | 3-26-20

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Gabriel W says:

Nothing to worry about. The Fed is buying everything including large cap stocks and ETF's and bonds. UP UP UP to take out old highs. Terrible jobs numbers market goes up. Fed is in total control.

Ken Koh says:

3.4% death rate CONFIRMED cases (COVID19, source WHO)
10% death rate CONFIRMED cases NOT 0.1 estimate (FLU, source WHO)

1036 deaths (COVID19)
34,200 deaths (FLU)
490,600 hospitalizations (FLU)

22,068 (COVID19)
290,000 to 650,000 annually (FLU)

jamesb7777a says:

Lesson for everybody to learn!….do NOT trade the news!!, trade the charts!, , jobless claims were 3.2 MILLION and the stock market is rallying like crazy!., I went lonng 4 days ago, you MUST be willing to buy when everybody is scared to death. ( my fault was I went long on a small position size, I should have gone long with more). folks the stock market doesnt care about corona virus or jobless, trade price action and ignore the news.

Michele Ruggiero says:

Pot stocks booming thanks doug

Mike Martin says:

I too will be standing aside for the rest of the week. I did how ever make a small amount over the last two days. Thank you for all you and your team do each and every day. Love the MMP. I look forward to it every morning. Thank you.

fatmanpedaling says:

10k subs, soon

CSRP says:

Thanks Doug!

Tuan Pham says:

Good morning Doug. Thank you for your videos. Have a good day.

James Duffy says:

Thanks, Doug. Several things today prompt me to write. I live on the North Shore of Long Island, about 25 minutes by express train to midtown Manhattan. It is one of the most densely populated areas in the world, and I have spent a lot of time in China and India, so I am able to make this comparison. New York City is the financial capital of the world. About 80% of the world's most important transactions are documented in the English language under New York law, while English language documents under UK law accounts for only about 10%. The rest are under other languages and other legal systems. We have a very large number of people in a very small area and a very mobile society here with people from other countries coming here and New Yorkers going other places around the globe. I have been to over 150 countries myself. So, it should come as no surprise that the virus got to New York or that we have a large number of cases. The really amazing thing is that the cases are so low relatively speaking. As we always do, we will deal with this too. We should not let our politicians seek political gain out of this. It is a serious human tragedy, but it can and will be dealt with.

As concerns the VIX, I have a slightly different take on it. While it is often called the "fear index," or words of similar effect. However, fear is not the only thing that drives the VIX. It also can and usually does rise when there are high levels of market activity, and we certainly experiencing that. Volume is about double what it had been even a short while ago, and there are very wide swings. Thus, I am not surprised to see the VIX react the way it is. When you put fear on top of that, well, you get what we are seeing.

Finally, jobless claims came in at 3.28 million, a record. However, as I write this /YM is now positive and has been as high as 100. Right now, it is 82. So, while the number is staggering, some of us are obviously taking it is stride. Maybe, this is a sign that some common sense is starting to prevail. Let's hope so. The sooner we get back to more normal conditions, the better. By the way, /YM is now 239!

ogonzalez0310 says:

Thank you .master

Martha Energy says:

Hi Doug! Enjoy the Day!!

Gator Tex says:


Bryan DeAngelo says:

First time watching, now a subscriber. Will be tuning in for these morning prep videos regularly. Thanks!

Bianca Pratorius says:

Thank you, Doug. It was nice while it lasted. 🙂

Thomas DeVito says:

Thanks Doug. The market roller coaster keeps getting larger as so the pops and drops of the ride. Buckle up!

Bob Cauley says:

Awesome Doug!

Tim Heffernan says:

Thanks Doug

Bob Wright says:

Good words: "We will make it through this." "Let's stick together." Thanks, Doug, for your words of encouragement. Stay strong.

Nathan Waldron says:

Thank you Doug.

Michael Teaford says:

Thanks again for your ongoing always excellent and reliable analysis.

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