We are in the final stretch before Christmas. Yes, the blatant commercialization of a great holiday gets old. But it never manages to dampen my Christmas spirit. Online sales are up 12% over last year. And brick and mortar sales are coming in strong too. SpendingPulse reports that clothing sales are...
European debt issues are once again weighing on the stock market. Where have I heard that before? Oh yeah, it was last year about this time that Dubai defaulted and Greece 's debt problems came to light. Unfortunately, these debt problems are not one and done. Ireland has been bailed out, to the...
November 19, 2010 *****The Market Feels Heavy *****Silver Eagle *****The Fed Fires Back Fellow Investor, The good vibes from the GM IPO and the bailout potential for Ireland took the S&P 500 back above support/resistance at 1,192. We'll see how long the good vibes last. Despite yesterday's...
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