In Olympic style the market finished the week with a perfect 10 – breaking above recent resistance after holding support at its 50 day moving average. With the level of bearishness among individual investors palpable – the market once again scored a victory breaking above recent resistance. Next week may be a different story after the Fed announcement on Wednesday. Find out more Next Week on Wall Street…
This week the stock market was a mirror image of last week. Stocks rallied early only to close down big on Friday. Earnings season will be in full swing with only light economic data coming. Spain and China will also remain in focus. Find out more Next Week on Wall Street.
This week Jerry reviews the short lived market reaction to the European bank bailout plan. Finland’s veiled threat to pull out of the European Union’s Currency markets and the recent poor economic numbers released domestically. The main focus after this holiday shortened week will be on the beginning of earnings season. Will the lowered expectations lead to upside surprises or did the second quarter cool even more than expected which could lead to the near term markets demise. Find out more – Next Week on Wall Street.
This week Jerry explains the huge ramifications of the Greek election results and the Fed’s Open Market Committee decision coming next week. This could set the tone for the rest of the year, but then again as they say a watched pot never boils – so maybe the anticipation is bigger than the result. Find out more Next Week on Wall Street.
This week Jerry discusses the events of the Holiday shortened week and the damage done to the major market indices. He urges that all rallies ahead of the Greek vote and the FOMC meeting in two weeks should be sold to protect portfolios against further decline. All this and more Next Week on Wall Street.
This week Jerry covers the major events of the market over the last few weeks and reasons for concern. However he offers the hope that a rally may ensue that could last at least a few weeks. He further cautions that any rally may be a good time to lighten up on long positions and an opportunity to formulate an exit strategy should the rally only be a respite before a further decline. Get all this and more "Next Week on Wall Street.
This week Jerry discusses the rapidly falling market and the implications going forward for investors. With institutional selling obvious and more money printing temporarily on hold the market is ripe for a free fall perhaps after a short oversold rally. Jerry explains how this might occur as well as the reasons for a potential near term crash. Get all this and more "Next Week on Wall Street."
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This week Jerry Slusiewicz discusses the divergence between earnings and economic news as well domestic stock market performance versus the rest of world. A few strong companies, namely Apple (AAPL) and Amazon (AMZN) lead the market to a strong rally reversing the trend from earlier in the month. With more earnings to come next week it will be interesting to watch the 2012 highs. Will they act as resistance or will we rally in May? Find out more “Next Week on Wall Street.”
This week Jerry covers the first week of earnings - which weren't necessarily bad. However trouble in Spain and concerns of a market that has risen too far, too fast are once again in the forefront. With 25% of the S&P 500 reporting earnings, it will be big news Next Week on Wall Street.
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