Monthly Archives: May 2011
GDP reiterated at only 1.8% for the first quarter, lower than expected. Initial jobless claims to 10k to 242k, higher thank expected. Durable goods orders well below estimates yesterday. Leading indicators report last week pointing down. All these trillions in … Continue reading
Stocks still have some life in them and will surge once we get back into earnings season. Earnings is the main support for stocks and they are likely to be stellar next quarter. The concern however is
It appears the Greeks of today will only find glory the same as their Spartan ancestors: through intense conflict and ultimate death. In modern terms that means
In the absence of any good news out there, the financial markets are focusing on the Euro problem.
With the absence of earnings to keep investors occupied, the markets focus is once again on the PIIGS
It’s all Greek to everyone today as a Greek bond default, or so called restructuring, is inevitable.
Keith Springer speaks on the importance of financial awareness, downfalls of and how to prepare your portfolio for the challenges in today’s economy.
Not since the Civil War has the country been this split, with half believing that the economy is fully recovering and the other half insisting that calamity is just around the bend.
In a recent article published in MarketWatch, Keith Springer provides analysis following a week of upheaval in commodities. “Now that earnings season is behind us,
The markets are taking a breather today awaiting the jobless info tomorrow. If the economy does not start adding jobs, the Fed will be forced to intervene again which is what the stock market wants.