Daily Investment Interpretations
March 30, 2010
The markets rose slightly today. The NASDAQ Composite
added 6.33 points, (0.23%)
to close at 2,410.69 , the Dow annexed 11.56
close at 10,907.42 (Dow creeps toward 11,000),
the S&P 500, which
was unchanged at 0.05
closed at 1,173.27. Oil rose slightly to $82.55 a barrel,
while gold fell slightly to $1,106.
The VIX fell 0.46
to close at 17.13.
The markets are still inching upward. My advisory service observes that ends of quarters are typically tepid, especially with Mixed news on the homes front.
Michael Ashbaugh weighs in on Chin today: Ashbaugh weighs China play, and Paul Farrell discusses How Lazy Portfolios will whip 2010 collapse.
One money pro offers a peek at his finances
Stock market futures are down a little tonight ahead of the last day of the first quarter of 2010.