Month: September 2009

Links and Reading for September 30th

Some of the more interesting and important items for September 30th :

GM Will Shut Saturn After Penske Automotive Ends Talks on Supply Concerns – Saturn was a good part of the biz… No?
Senate panel rejects first public option – Here we go again
Consumer Confidence in U.S. Unexpectedly Declines...

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S&P Sector Performance – Check this….

The S&P 500 and other broad markets did exceptionally well this quarter. But, there were a few of the sub-sectors that really did an amazing job of amazing investors.

Click below to download the pdf that breaks it down.


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GDP Final (Charts) – Who is doing the Spendin’?

The final numbers were released today for the second quarter’s GDP. The fascination with GDP is becoming more and more obvious and the media just loves to announce when a country moves positive as it can headline that “RECESSION IS OVER!”

We know better though. Even though...

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STEC (STEC) Upgraded – Technology Superior

STEC (STEC) shares have been under fire after reports stated that there may be some completion brewing. Add that to a recent confusing outlook from Hewlett Packard (HPQ), a big player in the server business and investors ran before looking.

We see fundamental and technical reasons why STEC should see a...

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Hewlett Packard (HPQ) Making Ridiculous Claims…Again

This has been an ongoing problem we are seeing with CEOs. We call it the Carrot Syndrome.

As an example, we read that Hewlett Packard (HPQ) is once again doing the same thing they did last last year and at that time there was NO visibility about the future.

These days it...

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