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from mac ostwald and john mauldin
On Monday, the government of Greece offered a "gift" to the markets of 8 billion euros worth of bonds at a rather high 6.25%. The demand was for 25 billion euros, so this offering was rather robust. Today, those same Greek bonds closed on 6.5%, more than offsetting the first year's coupon. Greek bond yields are up more than 150 basis points in the last month!
Why such a one-week turnaround? Ambrose Evans Pritchard offers up this… Continue
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By InTheMoneyStocks.com on January 30th, 2010 9:02pm Eastern Time
"When I began trading I had no clue what I was doing. I paid the price. I had no discipline. I would buy stocks that were at 52 week highs or that had broken out days earlier and then I would wonder why I always took losses. I would sell my winners for a small profit but then hold my losers for weeks if not months and just watch the red on the screen get worse and worse. It was frustrating beyond belief and I contemplated… Continue
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DAVOS, Switzerland (Reuters) - Leading bankers seeking to quell a political backlash over their role in the financial crisis agreed with regulators on Saturday that new banking rules should be globally consistent.
A closed-door meeting of dozens of financial sector heavyweights on the sidelines of the World Economic Forum made some progress on bank… Continue
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"The pattern has been to sell into the weekend, wait for sovereign risk and sovereign default news in Europe and if it doesn't happen, the relief rally begins."
GLOBAL MARKETS-Dollar rallies, stocks slips on European concerns
Fri Jan 29, 2010 4:58pm EST
* Dollar rallies to 6 1/2 month high over Europe… Continue
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Guys, I just submitted a question to be voted of for world leaders to be asked at the Davos conference.
Questions as follows:
"Why is it that in the face of the most severe financial crisis the world has ever witnessed, Economists who were unable to fore see this crisis are now being entrusted with overcoming it? Have you heard of the "Austrian School" of Economics?"
Please vote for it to get it… Continue
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DOUBLE WARNING & IF THEN SCENARIOS: Subscribers of these IMTs and followers of alaidi on twitter were warned about not only a possible GDP explosion that was a full percentage point above consensus, but also about the INTERMARKET IMPLICATIONS of such a move. As US GDP blew up expectations (5.7% instead of 4.5%), USD immediately rallied along with stocks and commodities, only for the USD to maintain its strength while gold, oil and stocks all headed lower. This was the same scenario we saw… Continue
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By Nicholas Santiago on January 29th, 2010 3:33pm Eastern Time
Many traders and investors believe that the month of January is the most important month of the year. The old market adage states that "the market year will behave the same as the month of January." Therefore, if January is a down month many expect the year to be down. While this has been true for many years it is not always the case.
Let's take a look at last year for instance. The SPDR Trust (NYSE:SPY) topped out… Continue
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By InTheMoneyStocks.com on January 29th, 2010 1:58pm Eastern Time
The markets have been all over the place today, from a gap and go to the upside, a sharp rollover and then a nice bounce to the markets which have now dropped, hovering at the minor support at the lows of the day. With this retest comes the solid chance that… Continue
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By Nicholas Santiago on January 29th, 2010 1:01pm Eastern Time
This morning the market soared higher after the Gross Domestic Product(GDP) report by the U.S. government. Reportedly the GDP increased 5.7 percent in the final quarter of the year. This news was much better than economists had expected and a rally was underway to start the day. This was another day when the good news just kept pouring in and the media headlines looked great. Then why did the market reverse after making a 10:30… Continue
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By InTheMoneyStocks.com on January 29th, 2010 11:33am Eastern Time
If the market breaks through gap fill. It will head to support at $108.0
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By Chief Market Strategist Gareth Soloway on January 29th, 2010 12:02pm Eastern Time
The preliminary GDP numbers came in at a monstrous 5.7%. This kick started a rally on Wall Street that lasted until 10:30am ET. At that point the markets started to fall as the strong dollar (which has now tagged the 200ma on the UUP) stayed near the highs. A strong dollar is putting pressure on commodities. That in turn is putting pressure on commodity stocks like XOM and CVX which have a major weighting… Continue
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