Daily Investment Interpretations

July 14, 2010

2010-7-14:  The markets closed flat today after their recent run-ups. The NASDAQ Composite added 7.81 points (0.35%) to finish at 2249.843. The Dow increased 3.7 points (0.04%) to close  at 10,366.72, and the S&P 500 dropped 0.17 points (-0.02%) to end at 1,095.17. Oil fell to $76.60 a barrel, while Gold ended at $1,211. The VIX added 0.33 to 24.69.
    The Fed is mulling Stimulus plans just in case the economy fails to continue to flag.
    Mark Hulbert writes, Market gain suggests rally has legs.  
    In China postures for the New World Order, Todd Harrison opens the article by mentioning that China's leading credit agency stripped America, Britain, Germany, and France of their AAA credit ratings. He mentions that the chief of the International Monetary Fund has remarked that, "Asia's time has come".
    Market futures are slightly positive tonight.