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Includes :FB, GOOG, TWTR IPO Awaits As the bulls are dominating the market and economy continues its recovery, money starts flowing back in risky assets from safe assets such as CDs and Bonds. As capital flight takes off from safe land to … Continue reading
HIGHLIGHTS OF THE WEEK • Capital outflows out of emerging markets, and BIITS in particular, intensified this week, leading the central banks of India, Turkey, and South Africa to raise their policy interest rates. • Turbulence among EMs did not … Continue reading
Hello Readers, A lot of you are probably wondering what is going on with this market. 2014 started off pretty poorly with the S&P down ~3% and volatility skyrocketing as measured by a 20% increase in VIX. Investors are getting … Continue reading
Sent: Thu Dec 12 2013 9:30:00 AM – 10:01:09 AM EST Gap Up for NASDAQ, NYSE, and AMEX Today’s Gap Up Stocks Symbol Gap Size Prev. Close Open Last Change Since Last Close CACG 0.59 $10.00 $10.69 $10.69 0.69 (6.90%) … Continue reading
If you attended our last Trading Club meeting, I talked a bit about FinViz (www.finviz.com), a stock screener that I just started using. One of the really unique features that FinViz offers is that they actually backtested a wide variety … Continue reading
Hey everyone, I am posting my second publicized watch list. My previous watchlist was pretty successful and since posting, all of the stocks I recommended to buy are way up.
Mixed economic news together with uncertainty over Cyprus have driven US stocks lower today. All but four of DOW’s 30 stocks are trading in red, with more than 80% of the S&P500 stocks trading in red as well.
- Market/Index Updates The major averages opened this morning with a spike which took the Dow Jones Industrial Average to a fresh all-time high, and continues to trade near an up-trending level. Financials, industrial, materials, and technology are all up in excess of 1.0%, with … Continue reading
- Market/Index Updates The market got off to a cautious start this morning amid news indicating the Chinese government will take steps to curtail the rapid rise in home prices. The news carries negative implications for construction companies as well … Continue reading