Daily Investment Interpretations

March 15, 2010

2010-3-12:  The markets marked time again today. The NASDAQ Composite fell 5.45 points, (-0.23%) to close at 2,362.21, , the Dow gained 17.46 points (0.16%) to close at 10,642.15, and the S&P 500 shimmied up 0.52 points (0.05%) to close at 1,150.51. Oil closed down at $79.58 a barrel. Gold slipped slightly to $1,106. The VIX rose 0.42 to 18.00.  
    Peter Brimelow writes: Yuan ruckus doesn't stop China bull.  
    My advisory service considers any pullbacks right now to be buying opportunities.
    Stock market futures are very slightly positive tonight.
   Paul Farrell writes, 'Wall Street' sequel an omen of U.S. collapse.