Daily Investment Interpretations

April 22, 2010

2010-4-22:  After spending the day underwater, the indices rose a bit today at the close. The NASDAQ Composite edged up 14.46 points, (0.58% to close at 2,519.07, the Dow eased up 9.37 points (0.08%), to 11,134.29, and the S&P 500 rose 2.73 points (0.23%) to close at 1,208.67. Oil was all-but-unchanged at $83.56 a barrel, while Gold subtracted $3 to close at $1,140. The VIX increased 0.15 to 16.47.
    Three investment advisory articles are linked here: Latin America's perfect decade, Spilled blood would bury mortgage fraudsters, and Apple stock to reach $1,000? (video).
    My investment advisory service attributes today's initial market plunge to fresh worries over sovereign debt, including some bigger players than Greece.