Archive for October, 2010

Can the Stocks Cross the River of 11,000 Today?

Whether Dow Jones can close this week above 11,000 or tumbles into the red depends on the much-awaited jobs report. Dow closed Thursday at 10,948.58, inches away from the psychological 11,000 level. The U.S. Labor Department will issue the final monthly jobs report before the midterm congressional elections. And economists couldn’t find any reason that […]

... written on Oct 08 2010

End of TARP Means Beginning of More Problems

One day after the stocks were dumped, it recovered with Dow up by 167 points, Nasdaq jump almost 50 points and S&P500 adds 21 points. It’s nice to see all the three indices up more than 1%. With all the good reports out today, it’s hard to believe the current month of October will be […]

... written on Oct 06 2010

6 Tips from Earnings to Help You Choose Stocks

How do you select which stocks to invest in the current fluctuating market? I use the word fluctuating simply because generally every Tom, Dick and his dog knows that the U.S. economy is crawling and the unemployment is surely not going to improve in another two or three months. The world’s largest stock market is […]

... written on Oct 04 2010

7 Things about Investing Stocks in October You Should Know

August was a bad month while September was rather jolly good for stocks. S&P500 closed the month of September 2010 with a 9% gain. In fact this September was the best September for the U.S. stocks in more than 70 years (since 1939). The gain in September more than makes up for the 4.75% August […]

... written on Oct 02 2010









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