Monthly Archives: October 2011

The bulls are back in town

The bulls come roaring back.  This past week provided us with a powerful rally in the markets.  Apparently Europe is fixed, or so we should now think after the powers at be met last week to discuss how the banks … Continue reading

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Apple Disappoints and European banks need help

Apple disappoints investors this week.  For the first time in a LONG time Apple (AAPL) has disappointed investors with a rare miss on earnings.  Apple was the largest corporation in the world prior to its earnings.  Even with the miss … Continue reading

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Google does it again!

Google does it again.   This company never ceases to amaze me with how handily it beats earnings.  Thursday night’s announcement of another blow out quarter substantiates what a juggernaut Google really is.  When you make 2 1/4 BILLION dollars in … Continue reading

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Europe coming together?

Europe may finally be coming together.  Angela Merkel seems to be leading the charge that the EU needs to work together to overcome this economic and banking crisis.  She is trying to rally the troops to save the fragile Euro … Continue reading

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Bye Bye September

Good Bye September…Hello October! We leave one of the most volatile Septembers on record.  There were 16 days of over 200 point moves since August.  That is enough volatility for anyone to get whiplash. October initially started with more losses … Continue reading

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