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4.28.2020 - Insider Bookmark

4.28.2020

Hello everyone. 

I woke up to bright green futures. Once again there was no really good reason for it. Oil had crashed again, and every company that's released earnings, say they can't/won't give any forward guidance. 

2.1.2019 - Insider Bookmark

2.1.2019

Morning all, welcome to not only Friday, but the first day of February. Ahh yes, February, my  "break out your wallet" month. 

See, each year I have to deal with a week in February that gets harder and harder.  We have Valentines day on the 14th. Well, then I have my wife's birthday on the 16th. Then to top it off it's our Anniversary on the 19th. 

9.18.2018 - Insider Bookmark

9.18.2018

Hello all, welcome to a new day. 

The silliness continues. Yesterday the DOW fell almost 100 and the S&P fell about 16.  Supposedly that was because of the 200 billion worth of tariffs. But this morning the futures are bright green, with the DOW up about 70 and the S&P up 7. 

8.14.2018 - Insider Bookmark

8.14.2018

Good morning all, welcome to Tuesday.

Early on this morning the futures were pretty flat, and then Home Depot released their earnings. If what they put out is actually real, it was a good report, maybe very good. Year over year comp's were up strongly and they even raised guidance for the year. That got the futures all hot and bothered, and from just being "flat", they roared to where the DOW was up over 100 and the S&P was up 11. 

Insiders Club - 2.2.2015 Bookmark

2.2.2015


Good morning all, are you all awake this morning? I know that in my area, there were 4 "superbowl" parties just on my block alone!  Speaking of the superbowl, it was one of the best ones I've ever seen.  All one can ask for is a good game that can go either way and we sure got that. 

Okay, so it's a new week after a particularly nasty January. And nasty it should have been. The economic reports  were soft in every direction, and even Goldman had to admit that it was the worst quarter for companies lowering guidance that they've ever tracked.  Think about that for a minute... the stock market is supposed to go up or down based on the growth or contraction of corporate earnings. How are they going to justify a market rise if the most amount of companies they've ever seen are LOWERING guidance??  Interesting question.

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