Posts Tagged ‘Intel’

Rollout The Red Carpet…Dow 11,000 Hit

1:35pm (EST) Give the bulls credit.  They are trying like hell to push this market though resistance. Despite a nasty jobless claims report, 2 out of the 3 major indexes have pushed through our price targets as both the Dow and S&P 500 have cleared our fence.  All we areRead more

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Jobless Claims Disappoint, BHP Billiton (BHP) Goes Hostile

9:00am (EST) The bears were looking to turn the tables following Tuesday’s rally and started off strong on Wednesday before giving up slight gains to the bulls.  Things stayed in a tight range as neither side wanted to bet the house ahead of this morning’s unemployment numbers. The Dow wasRead more

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Intel (INTC) Impresses Wall Street

9:00am (EST)    The bulls were determined to close Tuesday with a win and after it was all said and done they did exactly that.  The market started off in negative territory and was making a push towards breakeven before a rumor hit that Big Ben was going change the “extendedRead more

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Fed Announcement Expected Shortly

1:15pm (EST) The bulls got a gift this morning as the consumer price index (CPI) for November showed a benign consumer inflation outlook and November housing starts were up. Consumer prices excluding food and energy were flat in November, signaling that inflation isn’t working its way into the economy.  ItRead more

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Intel/ AMD Kiss

12:50pm (EST) Intel (INTC, $19.88, up $0.04) and Advanced Micro Devices (AMD, $6.51, up $1.19) have buried the hatchet after agreeing to end all outstanding legal disputes between the companies, including antitrust litigation and patent cross license disputes. This was certainly a surprise and as you can see, investors thinkRead more

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Dow Eyes 10,000

Intel Pushing Higher Ahead Of Earnings

1:00pm (EST) The bulls are trying to get the market higher today after starting off the session behind the 8-ball.  They are doing a pretty good job as they did get the market into positive territory but we have since slipped once again.  The Dow opened lower and traded toRead more

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Big Week For Earnings

8:30am (EST) The bulls took the ball and ran with it as the market headed higher throughout the week and finished strong on a number of positive developments.  Things got rolling on Monday when the Dow popped 113 which was followed up with a 132 point gain on Tuesday.  By theRead more

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Bulls Resume Rally

1:00pm (EST) The bulls are resuming their climb towards Dow 10,000 after getting positive earnings from Alcoa (AA, $14.54, up $0.34) and a couple of better-than-expected economic reports.  The Dow added nearly 250 points on Monday and Tuesday and took a breather yesterday as it lost 6 points.  Currently, the Dow is up 93 toRead more

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Checking In

2:00pm (EST) The Dow is struggling after starting off the morning in the green.  Intel (INTC, $20.25, up $0.78) got the ball rolling after the company raised  its sales forecast for the current quarter from $8.9 billion to $9.2 billion and Dell (DELL, $16.08, up $0.43) came in with better-than-expectedRead more

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