Posts under Tag: ETF Investing
Stock Market Trends for July 7, 2011

This morning’s ADP Job report showed 157,000 new jobs created. That’s still nowhere close to where it needs to be, but not the disaster that was June’s report. Wall Street can exhale and need not worry too much about Friday’s more important Employment Situation news. It should come in fairly close to or slightly above the 110,000 new jobs target. [&hellip

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Weekly Sector Scorecard for the Week of July 6, 2011
Good times

After it was Chic, the bulls are singing… Good times, these are the good times Our new state of mind, these are the good times Happy days are here again The time is right for making gains Let’s get together, how ‘bout quarter after 9 Come tomorrow, we will do it again. ETF Stocks weekly sector scorecard is humming the [&hellip

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Stock Market Trends for July 6, 2011

The indexes spun like a pinwheel yesterday; up and down, round and round the breakeven line. The non-event of a day left stocks pretty much where they ended last week and still at the tip of last week’s rocket ship ride. Looking back previous liftoffs and the S&P’s, NASDAQ’s and Dow’s positions on their respective charts, the odds favor stocks [&hellip

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ETF Stocks Sector Scorecard for week of June 7, 2011
Bear v Bull

Stock market predictions are enough to give the average investor the bed spins. If you haven’t started, the headline confusion is enough to cause people to start drinking. For example, Scott Bleier, founder of Create Capital, says the bull market was all bull “based on stimulus and two rounds of quantitative easing.” According to Bleier, the market matador has won [&hellip

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Bulls BEWARE, the Trend Has Broken!
DOWN MARKET

After hitting a correction low in March, the buying dips mentality held and stocks rallied to new 2011 highs. The upswing was contained within an ascending channel; however, yesterday the bottom levy gave way and selling has poured over, collecting at the 50 day-average for the NASDAQ and S&P 500. You can expect the financial noise on TV, internet headlines, [&hellip

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