The Treece Reader

Tuesday morning Dock talks about the government shutdown, the Yellow Vest protests in France, the LA county teachers walkout, PG&E's bankruptcy, smaller businesses showing profits while larger companies see stalled growth, the Detroit Auto Show and much more."
Written By: Dock Treece on Tuesday, January 15th, 2019
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Ray Dalio’s Take on the Economy; 1/14/2019 WSPD

On Monday Dock and Fred talk about Ray Dalio’s comments on the economy, PG&E filing for bankruptcy, Vanguard adjusting their brokerage platform and more.

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1.10.19

The First Jobs of the Wealthy; 1/10/19 WSPD

On Thursday Dock and Fred talk about the Dow being up 4 consecutive days, mortgage applications, central banks buying stocks and bonds and the job path many wealthy people took before they found financial success.

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1.9.19

Stocks Start Week Out Strong; 1/9/2019 WSPD

This week on Good News Wednesday Dock and Fred talk about a strong weekly start for the stock market, job openings and much more.

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1.8.19

The Yield Curve, Mortgage Rates and more; 1/8/2019 WSPD

Dock and Fred discuss the yield curve, mortgage rates, an Amazon distribution center in the area and more.

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1.7.19

Volatility is Back; 1/7/2019 WSPD

Monday morning Dock comments on the Dow’s Friday surge, volatility in the stock market, the current employment situation in the US economy, the relationship between a recession and a market correction and much more.

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12.20.18

Fed Raises Rates, Market Reacts With Sustained Volatility; 12/20/2018 WSPD

Dock and Fred talk about a volatile trading session following the Fed decision to raise rates, Facebook’s latest personal data scandal, the looming government shutdown and more.

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12.19.18

Housing Starts and Gas Prices; 12/19/2018 WSPD

On Good News Wednesday Dock and Fred talk about housing starts, crude oil and fact checking economic and investment articles.

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12.18.18

Half of S&P500 in Bear Market Territory; 12/18/2018 WSPD

Dock comments on a bad start to the week for stocks, the New York manufacturing index, the housing market and bad signs for the S&P 500.

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