Daily Investment Interpretations
March 5, 2011
(Monday Night): The
markets indices fell by varying amounts today: U.S.
stocks slide on global economic data; Stocks
Lower On Macro Data, Semis, AAPL. The NASDAQ Composite deflated 25.71
to 2,940.48. The Dow eased 14.76
the S&P 500 lost 5.3 points
to settle at 1,364.33. Oil climbed to 107.06: Oil
wavers as traders weigh demand prospects; gold retreated to 1704: Gold
extends losses on disappointing data. The VIX rose 0.76
Market indicators are still bullish
China super cycle is over
Oil could be an economic disaster
Berkshire Hathaway: 70% upside?
Is stock-market correction here?
‘No default’ risky for Greece? Kee
Insiders skeptical of rally (video)
State of the Markets articles include:
Will Bernanke Offer More Aid For Economy At Meeting?
China Reduces Growth Expectations For 2012
ISM Non-Manufacturing Index Above Expectations in February
Factory Orders in U.S. Better Than Expected in January
Eurozone Services PMIs Highlight Weakness in Region
Market futures are flat-to-lower tonight.