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Fox – Still More Upside in Stocks?

Watch the latest video at video.foxbusiness.comStill room for growth for stocks? May. 09, 2014 – 6:42 – Mainstay Capital Management CEO David Kudla, market risk analyst Jared Levy and Tethys Partners Chief Market Strategist Bob Iaccino on where the opportunities are for investors.

Debunking Volume myths; who’s really moving this market?

 (Originally published on Zacks.com) Opponents of this recent bull market will say that volume isn’t as strong as in past rallies and therefore the current trend is weak and unstable.   I found some interesting statistics and trends that might not only negate this theory, but give us a better understanding of who is actually driving…

BLS Misses, Unemployment Rate Rises

SPY This morning’s BLS report was a bit of a mixed bag. The headline showed the U.S. adding 157,000 jobs in January, which were roughly 6,000 less jobs than consensus estimates. The unemployment rate ticked up to 7.9% in January from 7.8% in December with no change in the participation rate (it held steady at…

Does the Jobs Number Even Matter?

  Friday morning at 8:30am, investors will know just how bad the employment situation in the US really is. The consensus among analysts is for 92,000 new jobs to be added to the economy; some estimates are higher than 100k, others are down around 60k. After reading countless articles, watching hours of CNBC, Fox and…

Four Stock Indexes and What They Track

    Print   Email   Share   Comments   by Donna Fuscaldo Published May 10, 2012 – Bankrate.com Which stock index should you follow? Whether it’s the Dow Jones industrial average, the Nasdaq stock market, Standard & Poor’s 500 index or the Russell 2000, investors use these popular indexes to get a sense of…

Buy or Sell: IBM Reports Earnings Monday

Written by Jared Levy, Editor, Options Strategy Weekly IBM (IBM:NYSE) is one of the few tech companies that have been able to reinvent themselves. With the fast-paced evolution of technology, many of its early peers are long gone. IBM has a history of strong earnings growth, and the stock has been on a tear over…