Archive for November, 2010


European Black Plague Friday

  Market Sentiment Watch: Welcome to one of the slowest half day trading sessions of the year. Today we have no economic data releases and no exchange of cross border fire from the Koreas. This is normally a day reserved for computer and 3rd string office minions. However Europe is again taking center stage this morning […]


Wednesday – Lots of data but the rest of the week will be sleepy

Market Sentiment Watch: Going to be a slow trading day today but we may get a small bounce as the Korea's didn't escalate things overnight. We got a raft of economic data this morning that on the whole looked fairly positive (better jobs and income numbers, partially offset by worse than expected durable goods) and […]


Turkey Of A Different Feather Tuesday

    Market Sentiment Watch:  North Korea shells South Korea. Futures fall. This comes two days after the the envoy to North Korea downplayed that country's revelation that it has a new uranium upgrading facility and a lot more centrifuges than the world thought. The U.N. has been utterly useless in reining these turkeys in. […]


Monday Morning

  Market Sentiment Watch:  Ready, set, get slow. At least that's the usual pattern for this holiday fractured week of the year. But this time we do have a number of potentially market moving big picture items including: Ireland asking for EU aid (there was some question as to when they would as it's three […]


Wrap – Week Ended 11/19/10 (In Progress)

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