Posts filed under “Markets”

Tweets of the Week 4.4.14

The weekend is almost here. These are the best tweets I saw this week (More here):

 

So devious!

 

Your weekly QE Limerick:

 
Mark Cuban on electronic trading versus high-frequency trading:


 

States raising minimum wage, not waiting for Uncle Sam:

 
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Category: Markets, Web/Tech

Crash!

“Markets crash all the time. You should, at minimum, expect stocks to fall at least 10% once a year, 20% once every few years, 30% or more once or twice a decade, and 50% or more once or twice during your lifetime. Those who don’t understand this will eventually learn it the hard way.” -Morgan…Read More

Category: Markets, Psychology

Moneybeat’s Quarterly Quota

Source: Moneybeat

Category: Digital Media, Markets

How Your Buy Order Gets Filled

Source: Businessweek continues here

Category: Digital Media, Markets, Trading

Irrational Non-Exuberance

The endless chatter of bubbles and crashes continues unabated. Eventually, all bull markets come to an end, and this one must eventually as well. But as I sit down to write this, the Standard & Poor’s 500 Index yesterday hit yet another all-time high. U.S. markets continue to have good internals, strong breadth and broad…Read More

Category: Investing, IPOs, Markets, Psychology

Stocks in 2014: So far, so meh

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Category: Investing, Markets, Video

Tweets of the Week Ending 3.28.14

Here are some of my favorite tweets from the week:   Markets & Finance   What the Fed sees:   In 2016 Fed sees: Unemployment 5.4%* GDP 3% Fed Funds Target 2.1%** *Lower than 50 yr average **Fed Funds should be 4% in normal economy — Lawrence McDonald (@Convertbond) March 24, 2014   Initial offering not exactly fit for a King?…Read More

Category: Markets, Web/Tech

Succinct Summation of Week’s Events 3.28.14

Succinct Summations week ending March 28th, 2014 Positives: 1. Rates continue to fall in this so-called “rising-rate environment” 2. Despite pockets of carnage, the S&P 500 is still less than 2% away from ALL-TIME HIGHS. 3. Personal income and spending both rose 0.3%. 4. New home sales fell 3.3% m/o/m in February — better than…Read More

Category: Markets

The DJIA’s 22,000 Point Mistake

The Dow Jones’s 22,000 Point Mistake Bryan Taylor, Ph.D., Chief Economist, Global Financial Data One of the long-term components of the Dow Jones Industrial Average has been IBM. The company was originally added to the Dow Jones Industrials on March 26, 1932 in a reshuffle involving eight stocks including Coca-Cola, Nash Motors (later American Motors)…Read More

Category: Index/ETFs, Investing, Markets

Bull Market Needs One Thing to Keep Going

Josh explains the world to the lovely Lauren:

 


Source: Yahoo Finance

 

Category: Cycles, Investing, Markets, Video