Category Archives: 2011

Keith on Fox 40- Stock market update, jobs report details, and an increase in retail sales/consumer confidence

Tweet 11/1 5:45 AM- Down down 10 points, economic data releases, Apple Inc. culture changing within? Bookmark on Delicious Digg this post Recommend on Facebook Share on Linkedin share via Reddit Share with Stumblers Tweet about it Subscribe to the … Continue reading

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Bernanke Plays a Little Slap and Tickle

Tweet -Ben warns even as things look better Just when things start to look up, Ben Bernanke gives us a little slap of reality, warning that things don’t look so rosy down the pike and a little tickle in the … Continue reading

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All’s Well That Begins Well

Tweet -January barometer is a good omen In this issue: 1. January barometer 2. What the S&P Euro downgrades mean 3. Investor Strategies for a topsy-turvy world The January Barometer suggests that when the market rallies in January, then the … Continue reading

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Which Is Right And Which Is An Illusion?

Tweet – What we can expect from 2012 Stocks opened up the first day of the New Year with a pretty good pop higher, leading many to pronounce that the problems of markets past are behind us. Add this to … Continue reading

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Market Gives Investors A Happy Ending

Tweet The market is finishing up in pretty good shape. Of course that’s all relative as stocks are at best flat for the year, but given that we all would have traded our ________ (fill in your own blank) for … Continue reading

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Will Santa Heed The Call?

Tweet -A year-end rally will bring joy to all Normally by now the Santa Claus rally is well underway and people are concentrating on parties and gifts and I get to take a break from writing this newsletter for a … Continue reading

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Santa Better Be Packing A Howitzer!

Tweet -Time fading for Christmas rally As the end of the year approaches, seasonal factors typically help boost the stock market. After all, the Christmas rally is one of the staples of Wall Street. However, if there is going to be … Continue reading

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Taking Out The Euro-Trash

Tweet -Focus on EU keeps investors on edge It seems like nothing matters away from Europe as investors are fixated on the Eurozone debt problems like they are a celebrity sex scandal. Even though the US market has had a … Continue reading

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Tickling The Market’s Sweet Spot

Tweet -More return, less risk Making money in any market is every investors dream. The current massive volatility, easily the most I have seen in my career and I have seen some crazy times in my 27+ years, is making … Continue reading

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Greeks Learn from Babe Ruth

Tweet -Big Papi plays hardball with the EU Things looked so rosy…for almost a whole day. Last Thursday Big Papi, no not the Red Sox slugger but George Papandreou the Prime Minister of Greece is playing hardball, but finally agreed to … Continue reading

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