Month: September 2010

Merger Mania – Busiest Quarter in 2 Years (What Next?)

The spark that lighted the fire for the September rally was a combination of oversold signals as well as M&A activity that had investors bidding up stocks in hopes of being the next one to score. How long that will last will be determined on how long the FED keeps...

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Richmond, Schiller and Confidence – A Trio of Ugliness

All three of the major manufacturing indicies look droopy. There is an overhang from the inventory build and now that consumers are become more and more frugal with their carefully timed purchases, a slowdown in manufacturing seems inevitable.

Home prices are dropping as...

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Links and Reading for September 29th

Some of the more interesting and important items for September 29th :

Southwest’s AirTran Acquisition May Bring Higher Ticket Prices –
TechCrunch purchased by AOL – Nice deal? or Sell out?
Ad Spending on Congress Races Soars to $220 Million – Nice fellas!
IPhone in Short Supply in China – Apple...

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Low Rates Are Not Working – Yet

The latest reading for the mortgage applications shows a slight switch. Now the report shows that the applications that came in are for purchases and a smaller amount refinances. That is good news for the housing market in general. At least there is some purchases being contemplated.

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DH Unplugged #83 ”” The Natural Gas Conundrum

Here is our latest conversation . new insights for anyone who invests in anything. This week we highlight a discussion about specific stocks to examine.

NEW! NEW! We are now tracking the idea stock that Andrew and John highlight in each episode.

Here is the link Listen to reasons why...

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