Monthly Archives: November 2010

Saving Dow 11k With A Big Rebound

The major indexes dropped like a rock in the early going yesterday, fueled by continued worries that Ireland’s debt problems might spread to other European countries. The dollar rallied while interest rates headed lower. The stock market slumped to its … Continue reading

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Another Look At UUP

Earlier this year, we took some positions in UUP (bullish dollar), as its price crossed its trend line to the upside (see arrow in chart). After the high was made in June, we subsequently got stopped out (at a small … Continue reading

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Sunday Musings: Saying It Like It Is

Once in a while you find a politician who actually says it like it is. While this is a rarity here in the U.S., with maybe the exception of New Jersey governor Chris Christie, you have to look to the … Continue reading

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2011: A Recovery In Housing?

One of my favorite reads of the day is Dr. Housing Bubble. While he mainly focuses on real estate in general, he occasionally also comments on the economy. Since the real estate crash has had such a negative impact on … Continue reading

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No Load Fund/ETF Tracker updated through 11/25/2010

My latest No Load Fund/ETF Tracker has been posted at:http://www.successful-investment.com/newsletter-archive.phpA roller coaster ride caused by the European debt crisis and saber rattling in Korea pulled the major indexes lower by about 1%. Our Trend Tracking Index (TTI) for domestic funds/ETFs … Continue reading

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Giving Early Thanks

In an about face, the markets rallied right out of the starting gate yesterday and never looked back. In the end, all of Tuesday’s losses were made up, and the S&P; 500 closed at the exact number of last Monday. … Continue reading

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