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Tweet The Bull Market Just Celebrated its 5th Birthday. Will There Be a 6th? Bull markets only last so long. Does this bull still have room to run? And when the market does come crashing down, is your portfolio positioned … Continue reading
Tweet -Can Germany Pull a Rabbit Out of the Hat? Who would have believed the title? Yes it’s true… Germany is being relied upon to SAVE Europe. That’s a first, at least as far as I know of. If Germany … Continue reading
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Tweet We’re stuck in limbo for the time being, with nothing but bad news on the economy, and nothing to counter it with to push stocks higher. All eyes have been on Bookmark on Delicious Digg this post Recommend on … Continue reading
Tweet 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 Bookmark on Delicious Digg this post Recommend on Facebook Share on Linkedin … Continue reading
Posted in 2011, Smart Money Newsletter
Tagged bonds, bull market, earnings season, europe, fitch, greece, greek debt, greeks, Ireland, Keith Springer, lehman brothers, moody's, portugal, qeii, spartan, stimulus, stronger dollar
Tweet -Unemployment # eases urgency This morning’s Non-farm Payroll report showed an increase of 244k jobs in April, well ahead of the market consensus estimate of a 185k gain. March’s previous payroll estimate was revised up from 216k to 221k. … Continue reading
Tweet Keith Springer discusses the effects of the surprises in the earnings reports on the stock market and what he plans to do in preparation for the next earnings season. Bookmark on Delicious Digg this post Recommend on Facebook Share on … Continue reading
Tweet Live on CNBC | 3.23.11 Keith Springer predicts a 1500 to 1550 stock market caused by a panic buy will push this market live on CNBC’s Market Alert with Larry Kudlow. Bookmark on Delicious Digg this post Recommend on Facebook Share … Continue reading
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