The worst Christmas Eve ever followed by the biggest one-day point gain on record

Christmas eve 2018 was the worst ever, and I`m talking about the stock market. Stocks was hit hard and saw the worst Christmas Eve declines ever and MSM blamed on Trump and his attack on the FED.

The bull was fighting back on the boxing day and Nasdaq had its best day since 20019. Not only that; The Dow saw its biggest one-day point gain on record. It was a massive jump for many of the tech stocks which means great days for day traders.

Nasdaq jumped nearly 6 percent were Amazon skyrocketed about 10 percent. Facebook and Netflix with a whopping 8 percent, and Apple up more than 7 percent. Alphabet class A was also up nearly 7 percent. What a day. What a Santa Rally.

Microsoft is down 15 percent from the top but is still 15 percent up YTD. Tuesday, President Trump said that this can be a good time to buy stocks. A closer look at Apple tells us that the tech Giant is near 200 MA and can be a great buying point. So can be said about Alphabet. Two stocks that day traders jumped into earlier today.

The volatility is up over 200 percent this year and it seems like this will continue. Some people are bullish while some people are bearish, and that`s how it is right now. A real fight between the bear and the bull. Awesome.

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