Month: November 2009

Eco – Conflicting Data Observed

The Chicago and Milwaukee PMI was released today and beat estimates by a margin. Again, we are seeing conflicting data as many coal companies have been talking about shutting down plants since there are seeing stockpiles growing. That corroborates with the readings on growing Natural Gas inventories.

We believe this is...

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Links and Reading for November 30th

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

Cyber Monday’s Online Retail Sales Increase 16% in U.S., Coremetrics Says – Nice…
U.K. Loan Write-Offs Hit New Record – Quietly this is beginning to stir up old fears.
Canada’s Economy Expanded at Less-Than-Expected 0.4% Pace in Third Quarter...

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Indicators We are Watching – Caution Signals

Last week there was a continuation of the trend with low volume rallies and high volume sell-offs. Some of this can be blamed on the shortened holiday week due to Thanksgiving.

The S&P 500 saw 99% of stocks down by then end of trading on Friday due to the Dubai Effect....

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Last Day – Now or Never

The 5th Annual Podcast Awards are now in the voting stage. Amazingly, you have helped to put all 3 of my podcasts in the running for an award. Now comes the part where you can vote for your favorite show and I hope that you will choose The Disciplined Investor...

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TDI Podcast 137: 2 Stock Ideas, Dubai and Indicators

Andrew flies solo this week with a discussion of the U.S. dollar, Dubai and the real GDP numbers. Stocks are discussed along with the outlook for the markets. Is the rally over and if so, what is in store for 2010? We also touch on a couple of stock ideas...

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