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DJIA Triumpant as S&P, NASDAQ Slump Into the Weekend.

Michael Teague | Equities.com |

The Tally: Dow Jones Industrial Average: -0.39 percent to 1,838.69 points Standard & Poor’s 500 Index: +0.25 percent to 15,458.56 points NASDAQ: -0.50 percent to 4,197.58   Economic


Stocks Under $10: Undervalued Internet Content Stocks

Richard Suttmeier | Equities.com |

At www.ValuEngine.com we show that the Computer & Technology sector is 2.3% undervalued. The Internet Content industry is 0.6% undervalued. All eleven of the stocks in today’s table have


Equities Sector Coverage: Stocks Edge Higher on Economic Data

Sector Recap | Equities.com |

Initial Jobless Claims came in at 351,000 in the latest week and last week’s reading was revised upward to 351,000. This means that claims are on the cusp of trending below the 350,000


Equities Sector Coverage: Wall Street Ends Flat Despite Profit-Taking

Sector Recap | Equities.com |

The Dow Jones Industrial Average set a morning high at 12,764.49 versus its May 2nd 2011 high at 12,876.00. The Dow was trading around the flat line at 12,720 after a low of 12,665.83 going into


Equities Sector Coverage: Stocks Gain But Stay Volatile

Sector Recap | Equities.com |

The final reading of Real GDP for Q2 2011 is 1.3% versus 1.0% in the preliminary reading. Initial Jobless Claims fell 37,000 to 391,000 still above the 350,000 recessionary threshold. On Friday we


Equities.com Sector Coverage: Stocks Fall Lower Ahead of Fed Speech

Sector Recap | Equities.com |

Initial Jobless Claims rose to 417,000 in the latest week well above the 350,000 recessionary threshold. The Dow Jones Industrial Average traded up at the open to 11,406.39 on the news that Warren


Debt Ceiling Rally a Fake Out?

George Brooks | Equities.com |

Brooksie's Daily Stock Market blogFriday, July 29, 2011     9:24 am EDTDJIA:  12,240S&P 500: 1300.67Tuesday I said, "Without news, odds favor a test of DJIA 12,000 (S&P 500: 1275) by



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