Dow Jones Sells Off As Russia-Ukraine Talks Begin; Apple's New Buy Point

Dow Jones Industrial Average started selling on Monday. Because Russian and Ukrainian leaders met to discuss the border.

Since then, oil prices and defense stocks have risen, prompting European countries to respond to Russia's attack.

Banks and financial institutions began selling to boost Western sanctions on the Russian financial system.

Dow Jones leaders Apple (AAPL), Microsoft (MSFT), American Express (AXP) were seen falling in the stock market.

Javelin missile makers Raytheon (RTX) and Lockheed Martin (LMT)

Electric vehicle leader Tesla (TSLA) were seen rising in the stock market

Microsoft and Tesla have IBD leaderboard stocks. Ryan Specialty is an IPO leader.

European markets also fell sharply on Monday

The German DAX was down 1.8%, the London FTSE was down 0.85% and the French CAC was down 2.5%.

The reason was the Ukrainian Defense Minister Belarus's talks with Russian officials on the Ukrainian border

The chances of a ceasefire were slim.

The United States has since banned Americans from doing business with Russia's central bank as part of further sanctions on Russia