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MARKET ROUNDUP
Dow -77.94 to 17,698.18
S&P 500 -8.20 to 2,059.69
Nasdaq -21.20 to 4,879.68
10-YR Yield -.066 to 1.868%
Gold +$21.10 to $1,204.30
Crude Oil +$1.98 to $49.58
The verdict is in from ADP Research: The U.S. economy created only 189,000 jobs last month. That was much lower than the expected 225,000, with noted weakness in manufacturing and large-company…

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Larry Edelson
I’ve often been criticized over the past year for not being short-term bullish the stock market when I’m so bullish long-term, expecting Dow 31,000 in the years ahead. The reason that I am not bullish short- and intermediate-term though is simple: Markets never go straight up. Indeed, to make big moves up, a market must first make a big move…

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The following post below, Futures’ Charts Update was from charts collected before today’s afternoon deterioration that broke local support levels around 3:15 p.m. However the charts which were collected before 3 p.m. EDT today in “Futures Charts Update”, forecasted this afternoon’s events, but even more so, our Daily Wrap posted yesterday forecast events with an excerpt from our “Daily Wrap” …

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MARKET ROUNDUP
Dow -200.19 to 17,776.12
S&P 500 -18.35 to 2,067.89
Nasdaq -46.56 to 4,900.88
10-YR Yield -0.03 to 1.93%
Gold -$0.80 to $1,184
Crude Oil -$1.12 to $47.56
It’s official: The first quarter is in the record books! So who won? Who lost? And what’s next? Well, let’s start with a breakdown of the Standard & Poor’s 500 Index…

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April is well known as the most bullish month of the year. Let’s look a little deeper and study this perfect example of potential ways to use adverse market conditions to your advantage. Seasonality is important because it’s one of the ways you can get ahead of the curve by scheduling your investing time for maximum effectiveness. Seasonality analysis is something you…

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Jon Markman
While all the focus has been on the Federal Reserve over the past week, and stocks overall have paused for breath, companies like Darden Restaurants (DRI, Weiss Ratings: B) are being rewarded for doing the good work of capitalism: Growing, building, expanding, finding efficiencies, and ultimately expanding earnings. A solid quarterly report last week has unleashed a torrent of buying…

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MARKET ROUNDUP
Dow +263.65 to 17,976.31
S&P 500 +25.22 to 2,086.24
Nasdaq +56.22 to 4,947.44
10-YR Yield +.015 to 1.963%
Gold -$14.70 to $1,185.10
Crude Oil -$0.32 to $48.55
The clock was ticking down to 4 p.m. Eastern on Friday, and many investors and traders on Wall Street were more focused on their weekend plans than their Bloomberg terminals. But…

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MARKET ROUNDUP
Dow +263.65 to 17,976.31
S&P 500 +25.22 to 2,086.24
Nasdaq +56.22 to 4,947.44
10-YR Yield +.015 to 1.963%
Gold -$14.70 to $1,185.10
Crude Oil -$0.32 to $48.55
The clock was ticking down to 4 p.m. Eastern on Friday, and many investors and traders on Wall Street were more focused on their weekend plans than their Bloomberg terminals. But…

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Dr. Martin Weiss
Today, as promised, I’m going to give you additional insights into cyber security companies, including some new analysis that Mike Larson and our Weiss Stock Ratings team have just given me. But first, let me tell you where I was last weekend: I revisited a small farming community of Japanese immigrants in Brazil, where I had done my fieldwork as…

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Here’s a quick, executive summary of stories from this past trading week, with a link to the full articles online. Cyber War and Cyber Profits If you think cyber hacking, cyber theft, cyber terrorism and cyber warfare are just a side show in the world of global economics and investments, let Martin D. Weiss tell you three short stories and…

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MARKET ROUNDUP
Dow +34.43 to 17,712.66
S&P 500 +4.87 to 2,061.02
Nasdaq +27.86 to 4,891.22
10-YR Yield -.059 to 1.948%
Gold -$8.10 to $1,196.70
Crude Oil -$2.98 to $48.45
The U.S. faces plenty of choices about what to do in the Middle East. Unfortunately, they’re pretty much all bad! Just consider what I wrote in my column yesterday (or this…

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Mike Larson
Spring is finally here! Okay, technically it snowed in the Northeast on the vernal equinox a few days ago. But for most of us anyway, the weather is getting warmer, the days are getting longer, and the kids are enjoying some time off from school. That also means the spring selling season for housing is in full swing! So what…

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