Monthly Archives: September 2010

monday update

SHORT TERM: multi-month range breakout, DOW +146 Overnight the Asian markets were mixed. Europe opened higher and closed +1.55%. US index futures were higher overnight and the market gapped up slightly at the open to SPX 1128. It had closed at SPX … Continue reading

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Long Term Bonds

Been thinking about Bonds, inflation, deflation, etc recently. Everyone seems to have a different opinion these days. Checking around all I could find on long term Gov’t Bond rates was at the St. Louis FED. Could not find anything elsewhere. … Continue reading

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weekend update

REVIEW It was a good week for stocks and a fairly good week for economic indicators too. On the positive side: retail sales, business inventories, import/export prices, the PPI and CPI all improved. The budget deficit impoved a bit, jobless claims … Continue reading

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friday update

SHORT TERM: Ops-Ex volatility somewhat calm, DOW +13 Overnight most of the Asian markets were higher. Europe opened higher but closed -0.60%. US index futures were higher overnight but weakened before the open. At 8:30 the CPI was reported steady: … Continue reading

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thursday update

SHORT TERM: market consolidation continues, DOW +22 Overnight the Asian markets were all lower. Europe opened lower and closed -0.25%, displaying little movement for the third day in a row. US index futures were lower overnight as well. At 8:30 … Continue reading

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