Archive for July, 2012

Trading And Investing Intelligence For The Week Of July 30, 2012

[ 0 ] July 28, 2012 |

This next week could be extremely pivotal for the market. If Draghi can follow up with his statements from Thursday and Friday, it is likely that the market will continue its run higher. Draghi said on Friday that the ECB was looking to start a new bond-buying program, cut rates, conduct another special LTRO and […]

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Global Economy Getting Better. Caterpillar CEO Sees Global Economy Improving

[ 0 ] July 27, 2012 |

Caterpillar CEO Sees Global Economy Improving Published: Wednesday, 25 Jul 2012 By: Justin Menza Caterpillar chief executive officer Doug Oberhelman told CNBC’s “Squawk Box” on Wednesday he’s optimistic the global economy is improving long term despite mixed signals currently. “We’re in a rough spot today because of what happened a year ago with a lot […]

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From The Economist. The U.S. Economy Is Once Again Reinventing Itself. Happy Monday!

[ 0 ] July 16, 2012 |

(c) The Economist Newspaper Limited, London 2012. All rights reserved The American economy America’s economy is once again reinventing itself. ALMOST the only thing on which Barack Obama and Mitt Romney, his Republican challenger, agree is that the economy is in a bad way. Unemployment is stuck above 8% and growth probably slipped below an […]

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Short Sales Rise To Levels Higher Than Last September’s Peak Before The 5 Month Rally. Bullish.

[ 0 ] July 16, 2012 |

Short Sales on NYSE Top 2011 Peak After September Bets Lost 21% 2012-07-16 00:10:13.225 GMT By Whitney Kisling July 16 (Bloomberg) — Short sales on the New York Stock Exchange have climbed above last September’s peak, a level that preceded a five-month rally and heralded losses for bears. Shares borrowed and sold reached 5.35 percent […]

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Trading And Investing Intelligence For Week Of July 16th. Big Earnings Week And Much More.

[ 0 ] July 15, 2012 |

This week will be important for both economic and earnings data. Last month’s earning data showed that the US economy was slowing down dramatically. Now, economists have lowered their forecasts for the upcoming economic releases, leaving room for these figures to beat to the upside. Of most importance will be retail sales and housing data […]

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Trading And Investing Intelligence For The Week Of July 9, 2012. Earnings Season Begins Again This Week.

[ 0 ] July 6, 2012 |

Earnings season kicks off in the US with Alcoa (AA) on Monday. While the rest of the week is relatively light, important names like JPMorgan (JPM), Wells Fargo (WFC), and Google (GOOG) will also report. JPMorgan’s earnings will be interesting, as it will publicly disclose with analysts what losses it took on the London Chief […]

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Charles Krauthammer Comments In Detail On ObamaCare Ruling. ” Brilliant Tactical Maneuver By Roberts”

[ 1 ] July 2, 2012 |

BY: Charles Krauthammer To all my friends, particularly those conservatives who are despondent over the searing betrayal by Chief Justice John Roberts and the pending demise of our beloved country, I offer this perspective to convey some profound hope and evidence of the Almighty’s hand in the affairs of men in relation to the Supreme […]

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A Few Reasons To Keep Your Eyes Open In The Markets. There Are Still Reasons To Be Concerned.

[ 0 ] July 2, 2012 |

Just because the “new deal ” was announced in the Eurozone, we still believe there will be more issues coming up over there for some time to come. The problems have not been solved and its like reliving the last three summers all over again. Further, while we thoroughly enjoyed the rally last week, we […]

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Senate GOP Can Use Reconciliation in Attempt to Repeal Obamacare. Now Only 51 Votes Needed, Not 60! Very Important Development. Only 4 Votes To Go!

[ 0 ] July 2, 2012 |

Despite ruling Obamacare “constitutional” as A TAX, there is a hidden gift in this ruling. How did they jam through Obamacare in the first place? They used RECONCILIATION, which only requires 51 votes in the Senate instead of the usual 60, and no filibustering is permitted. This is reserved for budgetary issues, and the cost […]

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