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Wednesday,  September  24 , 2014     9:13 a.m.  BEFORE the OPEN ………………………………………………………………………………… Daily: Boiling down fundamental, technical, economic, monetary, fiscal, psychological, and seasonal data into a quick read. ……………………………………………………………………………………………………….     No one (including me) wants to see a sharp correction in the stock market.    But, “no- sweat” mentality has gripped investors,…
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  Tuesday,  September  23 , 2014     9:13 a.m.  BEFORE the OPEN ………………………………………………………………………………… Daily:Boiling down fundamental, technical, economic, monetary, fiscal, psychological, and seasonal data into a quick read. ……………………………………………………………………………………………………….    Alibaba (BABA: $89.89) closed down $4.00 yesterday, after hitting a post-IPO high of $99.70 Friday, suggesting it was overpriced, or maybe…
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SUMMARY:  The market was  up sharply yesterday, reversing the hit it took Wednesday during  Fed chief Janet Yellen’s  press  conference.    Yellen  said the Fed’s  stimulus program could end this fall and benchmark interest rates could rise six months later, which places a rise in rates in the spring of…
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Factory activity in the United States accelerated at a faster pace than expected in October as shown in the Institute for Supply Management’s Manufacturing Index report.  The report follows a regional report, the Chicago Business Barometer from MNI Indicators, that on Thursday showed business activity in the Midwest soared in…
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Investor’s first read      - Brooksie’s edge before the open Tuesday, May 29, 2012        9:15 a.m. ET DJIA:  12,454.83 S&P 500:   1317.82 Nasdaq Comp.: 2837.53 Russell 2000:  766.41 Looks like investors’ are faced with a tradeoff  between the prospects for a sustainable recovery in the  U.S. economy and the potential for …
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When someone describes a very difficult task, they often liken it to herding cats. Each cat moves in its own direction, confident in its path and independent, maybe even suspicious, of others around it. This is why herding cats in one direction is so difficult. Another group that shares these…
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U.S. stocks fell after the three major credit ratings agencies issued new warnings that European leaders have failed to take the coordinated action necessary to tackle the region's debt crisis. The Dow Jones Industrial Average traded to a low of 11,941, versus the 200- day simple moving average at 11,943.…
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The most recent trends in green technology indicate the companies that tend to thrive are those offering increased economy. Given the tight economic circumstances, consumers may choose items and services of the traditional, fossil fuel variety over their greener counterparts in the interest of savings. When savings and environmental sustainability…
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Durable Goods Orders fell 0.7% in October from the month prior, but excluding the transportation component were up 0.7%. New claims for unemployment benefits came in at 393,000 last week still above the 350,000 recessionary threshold. Personal Income rose by 0.4% with Spending up just 0.1%. The Dow Industrial Average traded…
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The tech sector has been hard hit in 2011 as the Japanese disasters interrupted supply chains and a broad exit from equities prompted many investors to sell their shares in the notoriously risky sector. Anxiety over slowing global economic growth also had a negative impact on consumer electronics and the…
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The volatility of late has led investors to invade everything from safe havens to food related stocks. Some have been taking risks on bargain bins, while others are looking toward investing in the Volatility Index.  Any angle an investor chooses appears to have a definite upside and downside. Snapping up…
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Hurricane Irene may have had a deleterious effect on most of New York, but Wall Street was the exception. Financial stocks did especially well for the day, led by insurance companies that were directly and positively impacted by the minimal hurricane related damage. Evacuations and excessive media coverage of hurricane…
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