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Q: Che cosa significa Investors catch a break under the tax law if they roll a windfall into a new venture within a couple of months ?
A: "Catch a break" means get relief or advantage. A windfall is an unexpectedly large profit, benefit, etc. To roll a windfall into a new venture is to reinvest profits from an earlier venture. So rather than face taxes from the windfall, Musk reinvested quickly to avoid them.
Q: Che cosa significa Investors are more likely betting that the BOJ keeps(or increases) buying Japanese stocks and flooding liquidity into their markets?
A: It means that investors are guessing that BOJ (which is a company) is buying more and more of Japanese stocks and liquidising there markets
Q: Che cosa significa Investors in American banks are a hardened lot.?
A: Means they know what they're doing, they're not amateur or not unfamiliar to investing, they've been doing it a long time

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Q: Qual è la differenza tra Investors have maintained a positive outlook on the stock market in spite of the recent SLUMP. e slow economy e recession ?
A: No big difference. "Slump" is a rather colloquial term for a sharp downturn in the market. "Recession" or "slow economy" are terms an economist would use. "Slow economy" suggests something less dramatic than a "slump" or even a "recession". "Slump" is the kind of word you see in a newspaper headline when they want to catch your attention. For example, the BBC wrote recently "UK economy suffered record annual slump in 2020", whereas Forbes, a business advice journal, wrote about "The Impact Of The Coming Economic Downturn On Universities".
https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/business-56037123
https://www.forbes.com/sites/richardvedder/2021/06/21/the-impact-of-the-coming-economic-downturn-on-universities/

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Q: Regarding
"Investors are slowly but surely becoming a little bit numb to ‘We’re almost there’ because we’ve been told ‘We’re 90% of the way,’ (7th paragraph):
Does it mean:
Investors don't really think that the stock boom will be over soon although financial institutions this that way
????

Context>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
Summertime and the livin’ is easy, right? The market is near a record, President Donald Trump delivered a nugget of good news on the trade front, the labor market is thriving and the Federal Reserve is at least considering a rate cut.

And for all that, few of Wall Street’s denizens sound particularly optimistic.

Professional prognosticators often dance to the same tune but what’s unusual now is how glum the music has become of late. With $5 trillion added to equities already, pessimism pervades second-half forecasts. It will be hard to sustain the advance, they say -- the market can’t defy gravity forever. And freakish June, when just about everything rallied, won’t be repeated.

“A lot of the gains for the year have already been booked,” said Arthur Hogan, chief market strategist at National Securities Corp. “We’re up 19% in the first half of this year in the S&P 500, it’s a great start. I don’t think anybody supposes we’re going to annualize that number.”

Hogan is right -- it wouldn’t be so awful if the rally ended now, with the S&P 500 having just posted its best first half since 1997. In the holiday-shortened week, stocks rallied to records and bonds surged on the expectation the Fed will cut rates at its July meeting. But a stronger-than-expected jobs report on Friday clouded the case for easing, and the S&P 500 retreated 0.2%.

Concern about the economy and trade won’t go away. Negotiations between the U.S. and China may be set to pick up, but little else has been agreed to following the Group of 20 summit. Last week’s promises sounded good, but investors are realizing there’s been a shortage of new news -- and that doesn’t bode well for calm.

Investors are slowly but surely becoming a little bit numb to ‘We’re almost there’ because we’ve been told ‘We’re 90% of the way,’ and it never really comes to fruition,” said Shawn Cruz, manager of trader strategy at TD Ameritrade. “Eventually you’ll find it harder and harder to make new highs.”

Nobody is rushing to revise year-end S&P 500 targets higher. The majority of those surveyed by Bloomberg expect the S&P to end at a lower level than it’s at now. Forecasters at RBC, for instance, reiterated a year-end S&P 500 target of 2,950, about 1.3% below current levels. Citigroup maintained its 2,850 target, and both shops warned rallies won’t be sustainable. Jonathan Golub at Credit Suisse recommended “cautious positioning” given the decelerating environment.

A: He (Shawn Cruz) is talking about the U.S. and China reaching an agreement and ending the trade war. He isn’t talking about the stock market boom.

He is remarking that investors won’t react to promises on this regard (U.S. and China) and they won’t push the market higher, because they have become numb to promises on this matter.
The reason being that there have been previous positive announcements by the White House, one of which was that the U.S. and China are 90% done reaching an agreement and it turned out to be not true, which he is quoting.

The whole article is about that the market can’t go higher, and what he said supports that premise, not contradicts it.
Q: Investors who invest in stocks borrowing money from their friends lose
despite of good speculation on the stock market. sembra naturale?
A: Investors who speculate in the stock market by borrowing money from their friends may lose money and friends. - I'm not sure if this is what you mean.
Q: Investors short sell when anticipating a price decrease.

Q. Is ‘short sell’ a verb comprised of two words like ‘voice type’ as in ‘He usually voice types to text people’?
A: yes, it is a two words verbs, it means they sell something either really fast or on a low price
Q: Investors quibble over eighths and quarters of a point.

Could you let me know what eighths and quarters of a point mean?
A: In finance a (basis) point is usually 1/100th of a percent.

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