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Posts Tagged With 'European debt crisis'

Does the market resume its downtrend?

We are technically still in bearish territory. When you look at where SPY (for example) is trading (or you can also take a look at SPX), it is still trading below 200 day MA. It however knocked on that resistance several times (which may be a sign of a break thru sometime in the future). Continue reading →

Posted by Martin November 07, 2011

Stocks ended higher today

Late rally today pushed DOW index back above 12,000 points on Euro optimism. In my opinion this optimism doesn’t take into account Italy’s problems with ECB and bonds rate rocketing up. As per the news, the rally started at 2 pm EST on news that Greece will receive the latest installment of emergency aid. However, Continue reading →

Posted by Martin October 04, 2011

Stock market in rollercoaster

Wow, today’s trading was really crazy! I must admit I suffered some big hits today. Well, overall I am still up and making money, but some $500 day loss. Little bit less than that, actually. What’s crazier here is the reason for such irrational move of rallying up in the last 30 minutes of trading. Continue reading →

Posted by Martin September 27, 2011

The market continues up on hopes and wishfull thinking

Investors are tired, exhausted and frustrated seeing the market tanking for this long time without any bright light at the end of the tunnel. Therefore they are literally buying any news and today is a great example of them trying to convince themselves that we are out of the forest and we will be growing Continue reading →