National Review â€“ State of the Union Flop Obama prefers easy demagoguery to big ideas. By Charles Krauthammer Once upon a time, small ball was not Barack Obamaâ€™s game. Tuesday, it was the essence of his State of the Union address. The visionary of 2008 â€” purveyor of hope and change, healer of the earth, […]
Archive for January, 2012
LANGE FINANCIAL SERVICES- MARKET UPDATE. SUNDAY JANUARY 29, 2012 5:00PM Despite consistent investment caution witnessed during the 20% rally from the October bottom, the market internally remains strong. Breadth figures were up significantly last week while new one year highs were 367, up substantially from prior peaks. NASDAQ indices were up noticeably as were many […]
Equity markets have rallied this year, and the question this week is whether or not they can continue the pace. News is expected out of Europe, with Greece on the verge of a deal with private creditors to reduce its public debt holdings by half. Conflicting reports have indicated that a deal may be reached […]
We Want To See Warren Buffett’s Secretary’s Tax Return. Obama Should Be Ashamed But He Has No Shame.
Obama’s Disgusting Use of Warren Buffett’s Secretary as a Prop. Rush Limbaugh January 25, 2012 BEGIN TRANSCRIPT RUSH: I spent probably 12 hours on my airplane yesterday. I was getting e-mails. I did a lot of work, and as I’m in the air, I get a note from Brian Maloney. “Radio Equalizer” is his blog. […]
A “deadly” article regarding Obama, at the Wall Street Journal, which today is the most widely circulated newspaper in America . Article from the Wall Street Journal – by Eddie Sessions: “I have this theory about Barack Obama. I think he’s led a kind of make-believe life in which money was provided and doors were […]
Trading And Investing Monitor: Things To Watch For The Week Of January 23, 2012. BIG Week For Earnings And Economic Numbers.
This week earnings season will kick into high gear, with a slew of big names from the S&P 500 reporting. We also have the GDP numbers from the US and the UK. The event that the market will have its eyes on the most, however, is the FOMC decision on Wednesday. Currently, the market is […]
Thankfully, we at Wall And Broad Report have had the amazing guidance from Fred and Rob at Lange Financial Services. In our opinion, had one followed and acted on their comments on the site, they would have fared 2011 very well. WABR. 2011: Disastrous Year For Mutual, Hedge Fund Managers By Barry Ritholtz – January […]
Bank earnings and tech earnings are the biggest stories in US markets this week. Nearly every large bank including Goldman Sachs (GS), Morgan Stanley (MS), Citigroup (C), Wells Fargo (WFC), and Bank of America (BAC) will report. Regional bank Suntrust (STI) and credit-card company American Express (AXP) will also report. Tech giants Google (GOOG), Intel […]
Lange Financial Services January 2, 2012 3:00pm To the surprise of many investors, the DOW closed 5.6% in 2011 aided by substantial strength in McDonalds and IBM as well as other defensive stocks in this popular price weighted index.The S&P 500 was down a negligible .04% for the year. This performance belies investment results achieved […]
The DAX closed up just about 3% today. This could be a good sign for tomorrow and the week to come here in the USA. US markets will be closed today for the New Year’s Day holiday, but it doesn’t matter much seeing as how the real show isn’t until Friday when the major European […]