Posts Tagged ‘QCOM’

Bears Hold Weekly Edge

1:15pm (EST) We said no Greece deal would weigh on the market this week and perhaps keep the reins on the bulls.  If the closing bell sounded right now, the week would end mixed with Tech showing the only positive finish.   The Dow came into the week at 12,720 andRead more

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M&A News Gives Bulls More Momentum

9:10am (EST) Futures were pointing towards a lower open last night after South Korea ran a few military drills over the weekend.  Although North Korea said it would not retaliate after South Korea’s artillery tests, things were touchy but seem to calm down after the North’s willingness to permit United Nations nuclearRead more

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Dow Goes For Five

9:00am (EST)     The Dow continued its winning ways on Thursday as the bulls battled back from a 1% drubbing to take the Dow higher for the 4th straight day.  The bears were doing some damage as the market started with a quick trip into negative territory with disappointing forecasts from eBay (EBAY, $24.78, down $1.51) and Qualcomm (QCOM,Read more

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Futures Point Towards Higher Open

9:00am (EST)  The bulls were in the driver’s seat on Thursday – in cruise control – until they hit a traffic jam late in the day.  The market soared at the open as the bulls exploited Wednesday’s dip as an opportune time to buy.  The short-sellers were crying “uncle”. WeRead more

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Wall Street Braces for HealthCare Vote

1:05pm (EST)  The looming U.S. Congressional vote to overhaul the U.S. healthcare system this weekend is putting a huge drag on the market as Wall Street prepares for the outcome.  The market has fallen to session lows and it’s hard to say how this impacts Wall Street come Monday. The concernRead more

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