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Posted by Martin September 19, 2014

Volatile week offered opportunities again

Volatile week offered opportunities again

Another trading week is over and we can review our accounts and see how we were doing and how our investments performed. The last week was volatile as many investors were nervous about the Fed and its policy. On Wednesday we were expecting what Janet Yellen would come up with in regards to interest rates Continue reading →

Posted by Martin November 10, 2012

Market sell off, are you scared?

I am freaking out! It is not a pleasure watching my holdings evaporating and showing a loss. It is also difficult to hold and sit tight. It is even harder investing more money into falling stocks. Some people say “do not try catching the falling knife…” others say it is a great opportunity to buy Continue reading →

Posted by MartZee August 17, 2010

Why is J&J falling? Maybe because Buffett’s buying…

Sometimes stocks act irrationally, weird and the opposite way than one would expect. Sometimes the whole market does that as well. Especially these days. I am closely watching my holdings as everybody should do and I am also watching Johnson & Johnson (JNJ), since the price drops make me nervous even though I am repeating Continue reading →

Posted by MartZee August 11, 2010

Dividend stocks? How about Johnson & Johnson?

During this volatile market we can see a lot of stocks being driven by the market up and down. Many with no particular reason or based on short term look. Recently I was reviewing Johnson & Johnson (JNJ) because it was running up and down and today it again loses ground quite a lot. As Continue reading →

Market back in correction

Trading ended with a huge loss today: NEW YORK (Reuters) – Downbeat consumer sentiment data and weak revenues from GE and two big banks slammed stocks on Friday, driving major indexes down more than 2.5 percent. The Dow Jones industrial average (DJI:^DJI) slid 261.41 points, or 2.52 percent, to end unofficially at 10,097.90. The Standard Continue reading →