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Wed Jul 27, 2022, 05:50 PM

STOCK MARKET WATCH -- Thursday, 28 July 2022

STOCK MARKET WATCH, Thursday, 28 July 2022



Previous SMW:
SMW for 27 July 2022





AT THE CLOSING BELL ON 27 July 2022



Dow Jones 32,197.59 +436.05 (1.37%)
S&P 500 4,023.61 +102.56 (2.62%)
Nasdaq 12,032.42 +469.85 (4.06%)




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Quote of the Day:

Time, however, is quick to dim even acute memories, and Wall Street, of all places, is the land of forgetfulness.

Henry George Stebbins Noble. The New York Stock Exchange in the Crisis of 1914: Introduction. (c)1915.






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DemReadingDU Jul 27 #1
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Response to Tansy_Gold (Original post)

Wed Jul 27, 2022, 07:45 PM

1. Good quote!

Do you have a website that you are using to find these quotes, or remember them from years of book reading?

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Response to DemReadingDU (Reply #1)

Thu Jul 28, 2022, 01:42 AM

2. My vast library

I have a sizeable collection (200 volumes, maybe?) of Kindle books on history, sociology, economics, psychology, you name it. Some old, long out of print, others new and current. I pick one each day and look through the table of contents or just start reading at random. There's always something good.

I also have a slightly smaller collection of physical volumes on the same subjects. One of these days . . . maybe . . . I'll dig into those, too, but then I will have to type the quotes. Kindle allows easy cut and paste.

However, well, see my other post.

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