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Quiet Periods & Earnings Release Zones for DIA Dow Jones Indu

AMEX:DIA   SPDR DOW JONES INDUSTRIAL AVG ETF T SER'1' UNITS OF BEN INT NPV
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Using the DJIA exchange traded portfolio $DIA, I am graphing the generalized 2-week quiet period in BRIGHT GREEN and the bulk majority of the earnings release dates in BRIGHT YELLOW so you can see when the market is discounting important, new information and when it has NO INFORMATION about new fundamentals.

If I could grab all institutional upgrades and graph them in a meaningful way I would. But for now, this gives you a much more LOGICAL VIEW of the DJIA Index as it relates to important time windows.

The quiet period is 2-weeks for each company, so the "quiet period" as graphed is not entirely perfect by any means, but it is instructional that you have to be able to understand what is going on in the market and this is a nice way to "see" more information.

Cheers,

Tim West

2AM EST, Oct 25, 2016
Comment:

The mid-point of the EARNINGS RELEASE BOX provided and excellent reference level for future market activity.

Dec 13, 2016 update
Comment: We are just getting into the swing of the Dow 30 stocks earnings season, but we had a very quiet "QUIET PERIOD" this time.

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Nice logical and mathematical chart.
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Interesting
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Apples miss was an eye opener and should put pressure on the COMP composite and will affect many others in the Q's
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Definitely important to factor in, falling short actually, by calling this 'important'...'of paramount importance' is a bit better.
People just ignore too much, and make big assumptions based on technicals alone, willingly remaining ignorant to the inner workings of the real world when it comes to trading.
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