Monthly Archives: May 2011

Happy Memorial Day!

Today is Memorial day, a day to remember all the brave men and women that gave their lives for our freedom.  Honor them well! I read an interesting article this weekend regarding Germany and their decision about nuclear fueled electricity.  … Continue reading

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PIIGS are causing havoc in the markets.

European worries are mounting.  Greece is having an emergency meeting to see how they can handle the debt and possible restructuring.  Italy is at the point where their credit rating may be dropped. Today (Monday) the Italian markets are down … Continue reading

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Has the market found reason to sell?

Are we finally seeing a chink in the armor of the markets?  Friday the 13th brought us some downward pressure in the markets.  It appears that the resurrected fears of Greece and the possibility of default or restructuring of its … Continue reading

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Volatility starting to show itself again

This past week was quite the volatile week.  It appears that we are starting to see some weakness despite what some economic reports are telling us.  The jobs number last week was better than expected, but unemployment rose higher. The … Continue reading

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Osama Bin Laden Dead!

Osama Bin Laden is dead!  Go America! Jubilation has hit America with president Obama’s Sunday night announcement that Osama Bin Laden was killed by US special forces.  I find it is interesting that with all the intelligence the US possesses, … Continue reading

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