9:00am (EST) The market followed a similar pattern that has played out all week as the major indexes tested news lows before a late afternoon bounce made the losses more respectful. The bears continued with their recent win streak as the Dow and S&P fell for a sixth straight day.
Bears Extend Winning Streak
Bears Growling, Futures Down Sharply
9:00am (EST) The other curve ball will be Friday. The Unemployment Rate is due out and an uptick could cause panic as investors feel the recovery could be stalling. If the number is flat or moves lower, it will help the bulls case for higher prices. The problem is the
Futures Up on Good Jobs Numbers
8:45am (EST) The bulls reclaimed support on Thursday after the bears took out key levels on Tuesday as the major averages finished right on our targets we were looking for. Yesterday’s 1% pop still wasn’t enough to get back to even for the week but it was enough to bring
Bulls Getting Restless
9:00am (EST) The market ended mixed on Thursday despite a day of good economic news and better-than expected earnings. We mentioned in our Weekly Wrap on Sunday that we would be entering the heart of 3Q earnings season this week and so far nearly 75% of the companies reporting have