Retail traders are notoriously wrong at picking market direction/tops and bottoms. Most retail traders very naturally seem to adopt a counter-trend stance and this offers very accurate signals for individuals looking to trade against this group. This daily report is designed to help traders focus their efforts on higher probability pairs.
Just in time for the second crash in housing?
Since the start of the New Year, West Texas Intermediate (WTI) crude oil have been moving with significant bearish sentiment. However two new events that could disrupt supply worse than Hurricane Ivan will likely turn the momentum aournd very quickly....
Cramer mustered up that old-time revival feeling on his Mad Money show Wednesday on CNBC when he excitedly proclaimed “We got the correction this morning, Dow fell 35 points."
The new Fed Vice-Chair is using smoke and mirrors to make her point.
Since more than 8 million jobs were wiped out by the Great Recession, but the nation added only 1.1 million jobs in total last year, so the 0.4% drop in unemployment rate in December simply does not make much sense.
Focus on Dine Equity (DIN): High Debt Binging During The Credit Bubble Causes Indigestion For This Food Chain!Submitted by Reggie Middleton on 01/09/2011 05:37 -0500
This is a fairly detailed review of Dine Equity (DIN), pre-refinancing.
I ran 1200 comments from the Representative Gifford post through the word cloud generator...
The implications of the crash of 2008 have made one thing very clear. China has emerged as the engine of growth in the world. The US became the land of sub-prime loans, and Europe is the land of finely dressed paupers. The Europe of today is not the Europe of old.
Some interesting thoughts from Chris Whalen. This ain't going to be easy.
Oh shit was it on yesterday as macro news flew faster than Goldman subprime securitizations in 2005 or...
Government To Reduce Fluoride Levels in Drinking Water Because Too Much Fluoride Can Cause Health ProblemsSubmitted by George Washington on 01/07/2011 20:07 -0500
And fluoride lowers IQ ...
The man Time Magazine named the Person of the Year in 2009, just stood in front of America and said that there realistically won’t be jobs growth during his era as the nation’s Chief Central Banker. What he didn’t highlight is that total jobs in America during his 10 year tour as Chairman of the Federal Reserve, is expected to be negative.
The employment situation is still very bad. It brings up the specter of long-term structural employment in our economy. Job growth is still weak, buoyed by temp and health care workers. There are some positives in this report but job growth is still insufficient to overcome layoffs and a growing labor force.