Month: January 2010

Links and Reading for January 28th

Some of the more interesting and important items for January 28th :

Ford Reports $2.7 Billion Annual Profit After Record Loss, Beats Estimates – Impressive…
Republican Leaders to Watch Obama’s State of the Union Speech From Waikiki – ALOHA!
Treasury One-Month Bill Rate Turns Negative for the First Time Since March...

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FOMC Rate Decision – Last Month vs. This Month, Side by Side

Ahhh. Don’t you just love a good day with the Fed? Who knows when the free flow of free cash will end?

As it appears from the most recent release, that may be a VERY long time. (VERY)

Even though there are dissenting votes, the most recent statement shows that the Fed...

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Chart: S&P 500 in Critical Zone

The S&P 500 index is sitting right on top of two critical support points. There is not much wiggle room from here and the need to stay above the 1085 level on close will determine if bears are really back in control.

For now, the convergence of support and the 100-day...

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Roubini’s Pessimism – How to Play It With Gusto

Mr. Doom and Gloom (OR is it Doctor) is feeling rather negative again. Come to think of it, I am not quite sure that I have ever seen him with a positive tone.

This time he is worried about the fate of the Euro. AND, I agree with him. The difficulty...

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