Is the Dow in Recovery?

It doesn't take a trader to know what has been going on in the financial markets. We have seen more uncertainty than most people can remember in their lives. As the Congress approaches an agreement on the stimulus package, we may see some recovery. However, I would be cautious here. Volatility and uncertainty prevail. We can still see a fall in prices once the market digests the meaning of the stimulus and the growing impact of COVID-19.




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