App Name: TradingView - stock charts, Forex & Bitcoin ticker
Description: Stock charts with real-time market quotes & trading ideas. Traders & Investors.
Simple for beginners and effective for technical analysis experts, TradingView has all of the instruments for publication and the viewing of trading ideas. Real-time quotes and charts are available for wherever you are at whatever time.
At TradingView, all data is obtained by professional providers who have direct and extensive access to stock quotes, futures, popular indices, Forex, Bitcoin and CFDs.
You can effectively track stock market and major global indices such as the NASDAQ Composite, S&P 500 (SPX), NYSE, Dow Jones (DJI), DAX, FTSE 100, NIKKEI 225, etc. You can also learn more about exchange rates, oil prices, mutual funds, bonds, ETFs and other commodities.
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Mod Features: Additional indicators available in pro version of this app
For those of you who believe there is a financial meltdown coming, or is here, (I am one of those), what do you think about this article
from last year?
It claims (with a little bit of supporting data) that bonds and bond funds might be highly leveraged and approaching the same fate that banks did in 2008. Ignore the Bitcoin angle, I'm more focused on the parts that indicate that fixed income assets might be heading for trouble.
I tried to look at the composition of one of the more common "safe" Bond ETF recommendations here, and in other CouchPotato inspired places, the BMO Bond Aggregate Bond Index (ZAG
ZAG took a big dip when the rest of the market took a dump in mid-March, but I don't know if that validates anything, or is unusual in any way. I did think that bond funds with a higher rate than the newly issued bond funds would go up
, not down after interest rate drops?
ZAG appears to be composed of a fair bit of government bonds, which is encouraging, but also a fairly large amount of lower quality debt, even more so than some of the other bond ETFs mentioned in the article. I don't know how leveraged Canadian bond ETFs are, so I don't know what to make of that.
What does PFC think?
Tesla Inc. is on a tear. Not just any ordinary tear for shares of a popular company whizzing to records on Wall Street. The ascent for shares of the electric-vehicle maker are near-parabolic and the unabashed run-up in recent days has some investors comparing the jump to bitcoin’s surge back in 2017.
To put things in perspective, Tesla’s shares TSLA, +1.14%
have risen 36% to a record price around $887 in just the past two sessions alone. The Silicon Valley darling run by Elon Musk has jumped 180% in the past three months and from its June 3 closing low at $178.97, the company’s shares have gained more than 395%.
By comparison, the technology-laden Nasdaq Composite Index COMP, +2.10%
, which has outperformed the S&P 500 index SPX, +1.50%
and the Dow Jones Industrial Average DJIA, +1.44%
, has gained a pedestrian 12.3% in the past three months, 5.5% so far this year and nearly 30% since early June.
At least one, Wall Street pro Michael Novogratz, compared the surge in Tesla to bitcoin’s similarly parabolic move. https://twitter.com/novogratz/status/1224350086156767232
Of course, it is clear how that story played out. Bitcoin’s price cratered soon after peaking.
However, on the bright side, it is still up at $9,140, which may be cold comfort for those who bet on further gains in the No. 1 digital asset in the world. https://www.marketwatch.com/story/teslas-surging-stock-is-starting-to-remind-wall-street-of-bitcoins-parabolic-rally-in-2017-heres-why-2020-02-04