Daily Investment Interpretations
January 26, 2011
(Thursday Night): The
markets have sunk today on the "Weakest showing ever for new-homes
sales saps the markets, even as economy's recovering.": U.S. stocks end lower after home sales drop;
Stocks end in red on earnings, economic data;
Bears Finally Win One; U.S. GDP on Friday. The NASDAQ Composite
gave up 13.03
to 2,805.28. The Dow lost 22.33
the S&P 500 gave back 7.62 points
to settle at 1,318.43. Oil inched up to 99.83: Oil prices heed the Fed, ignore Iran;
to 1710: Gold rallies as Fed extends low-rate pledge.
The VIX rose 0.26
points to 18.53.
The markets have made an expected pullback on less-favorable news.
Nadir for new-home sales
7-year Treasurys sold at record-low yield
Leading indicators say economy looking up
Jobless claims rise for the week
Japan's core consumer prices fall for third month
Sell Apple: Growth won't last, Kee says
Hold on, because Apple is going to $900
Only 70 of the (Davos) attendees are billionaires (video)
Gloomy outlook only getting worse in Davos(video)
U.K.'s Cameron to Europe: Time for 'boldness'
Europe is not like rebuilding with Legos.
How to elude the Fed's attack on savers
Donít bet on gold
Expansionary austerity doesnít add up
Peter Brimelow notes that: Guard changes at nano-cap letter
Mark Hulbert writes: A leading indicator of a higher market?
State of the Markets articles include:
Technical Talk: Pullback Wouldn't Surprise Anyone
Whether At Hedge Funds or American Funds, Investors Voted With Their Feet
Movement in Greek Debt Negotiations, IMF Calls For ECB to Buy Bonds, and Merkel's Speech in Davos
LEI Suggests U.S. Economy Should Improve in Early 2012
New Home Sales Pull Back in December
It's Really About Confidence
Durable Goods Report Above Expectations in December
Rates Fall at Italian Bond Auction
Market futures are neutral tonight.