December 2010 Blog Posts (415)

Support for UK Coalition hits fresh low

A new poll has suggested that support for Britain's Conservative-Liberal Democrat coalition government has dropped sharply since it took the helm in May.

According to the survey carried out for the… Continue

Added by Scrat on December 28, 2010 at 6:59pm — No Comments

Metal And Mineral Stocks Spike (NYSE:GLD) (NASDAQ:CPSL) (AMEX:CNAM)

More talk from China about limiting the supply of rare earth metals and minerals hit the markets overnight. This morning, gold, silver and almost all commodities are jumped. The SPDR Gold Trust (ETF) (NYSE:GLD) shot sharply higher, trading at $136.83, +1.81 (+1.34%). The rare earth metal and mineral trade is likely something that will be on and off for years if not decades to… Continue

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Case-Shiller 20 City Home Price Index Falls Again (NYSE:UUP) (NYSE:FXI) (NYSE:SPY)

The Case-Shiller 20 City Home Price Index declines again in October by 1.3 percent. All 20 of the cities recorded monthly price declines. Economists are now expecting home prices to decline throughout next year.

The stock market futures are still trading positive by two points ahead of the opening bell at the New York Stock Exchange. This positive stock market action is likely due to the weak U.S. Dollar Index this morning. The U.S. Dollar Index is trading lower by 0.52 cents to… Continue

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Why Forex Traders Shrugged Off Chinese Rate Hike - FX360

Even Mr. Scrooge could not put a dent into the holiday spirit on the first Monday after Christmas. Over the weekend, the Chinese government acted like the cold hearted, tight fisted man by raising interest rates for the second time in 2 months. 



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The theme to this Weekly Market Report will be Exchange Traded Funds or ETF's as they are often called by most traders and investors. An exchange traded fund is a security that trades just like a stock. The ETF will usually track an index or specific sector in the market by holding a basket of individual securities.

The PowerShares QQQ Trust, Series 1 (ETF) (NASDAQ:QQQQ) ended the week slightly higher ahead of the Christmas holiday. Since late August the technology heavy QQQQ's has… Continue

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China Finally Raises Rates (NYSE:FCX) (NYSE:SCCO) (NYSE:BHP)

This weekend the Chinese central bank called the 'Peoples Bank of China' raised interest rates by 25 basis points. This move by the central bank was expected weeks ago as the consumer price index was indicating high inflation for the Chinese economy. The Chinese economy has been known to be the growth engine of the world. Should the Chinese take further steps to cool…


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Markets Float Higher On Light Volume And Federal Reserve (NYSE:SPY)

The markets opened lower only to move higher as expected. The SPDR S&P 500 ETF (NYSE:SPY) opened just above the 200 moving average support. In addition, the light volume and Federal Reserve propping appears to be good enough to push the markets higher for a majority of the day. The light volume should continue until the new year. Small caps continue to roar with…


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World Markets Update: The FTSE Flourishes While The Shanghai Shipwrecks

The FTSE 100 was the top performer, up 2.33% to a new interim high, in a generally positive week that was holiday-shortened week for some markets. The Shanghai Composite, last week's winner, was the week's loser, giving up all of last week's gains and then some.


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Volatility Alert: Crude Is Rising, But Not Because Of Demand Read more:

very good article to read folks 


Knowledge is power 



Added by Aadil (site owner) on December 26, 2010 at 9:40pm — No Comments

21 Ways To Rebound in 2011 -

1. Don’t blame the machines – Look at a daily chart of a SP-500 company. Then flip back and see how it traded twenty years ago. You’ll find that nothing has changed, despite our transition into a modern electronic market.

2. Don’t believe in a company, an idea or an icon – Forget the balance sheet. Traders need to focus exclusively on price action and leave the American Dream to Graham and Dodd.…


Added by Aadil (site owner) on December 26, 2010 at 5:58pm — 6 Comments

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