Posts Tagged ‘Johnson & Johnson’

Hold The Line

8:45am (EST) Takin’ It Back to Toto time, the bulls had to be thinking of holding the line as they watched the bears run over them for the second straight day.  The market got off to a good start on Tuesday, slipped after an unexpected drop in existing home sales, butRead more

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Tuesday's Tidbits

9:10am (EST) Johnson & Johnson (JNJ, $62.53) reported earnings this morning that beat Wall Street’s expectations but their sales number missed.  The company earned $3.35 billion, or $1.20 a share, on sales of $15.1 billion.  The Street has been expecting earnings of $1.13 and revenue of $15.2 billion for the latest quarter.  In earlyRead more

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Tuesday's Tidbits

9:15am (EST) We have a lot going on this morning and most of the news coming out before the bell has been positive.  This has helped lift futures which are pointing to a slightly higher open. Of course, all eyes have been on Goldman Sachs (GS, $149.44) which absolutely crushedRead more

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Wednesday WakeUp Call

9:00 am (EST) As we head towards the opening bell, the market is trying to open on a higher note despite the Alcoa (AA, $7.79, down $0.12) news. Dow futures are currently up 11 points, S&P futures are up by 3.5 while the Nasdaq futures are up 11. We wereRead more

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Market Stumbles Once Again

After taking one big step forward, the market took two steps back on Wednesday as the Dow fell 733 points, or 7.9%, to close at 8,577. Of course, we are not surprised because we have been preparing for it. Yesterday’s downfall was blamed on bad retail sales data as SeptemberRead more

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Market Explodes for 900 Points

The relief rally was on today as the Dow zoomed 936 points as bulls rushed in to buy stocks that have been beaten down 50%-80% in just over a month. If you read the blog that I posted over the weekend, then you could tell how excited I was toRead more

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It's Time to See the Forest Through the Trees

Words can’t describe the excitement we’ve seen in the market over the past few weeks and Friday was a classic example of what could be described as “running for the hills”. Wall Street was in full fledged panic mode Friday as the Dow went back and forth in a 1,000-pointRead more

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