*******FreeTradingVideos**** 2010 stock market prediction. Weekend Edition for stock traders
*******FreeTradingVideos**** Tech stocks dropped as traders bailed out after the Nasdaq hit a 16-month high last Friday. Alcoa helped boost the Dow and strong Chinese economic data helped the broad markets overall.
*******FreeTradingVideos**** Broad markets turned bearish in today's selloff as traders sank financials due to fears about a potential government levy on banks. Alcoa's disappointing earning misses squelched bullish sentiment too.
*******FreeTradingVideos**** Broad markets popped bullish today sending the Dow to a 15-month high. Both the financial and technology stocks fared well today.
On Capital Hill, bank CEOs claim that they are "sorry" for "poor decisions" made in 2008.
*******FreeTradingVideos**** WARNING:: Broad markets are at MAJOR resistance technically. A short-term market top could be in the making.
http:FreeTradingVideos**** Weekend edition: Stock markets chopped around below major resistance and closing the week bearish. Financial, Basic Material and Technology stocks were bearish this week foreshadowing rocky things to come.
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*******FreeTradingVideos**** Stocks were quite bullish today as traders entered healthcare shares on thoughts that a potential Republican victory in Massachusetts' Senate race could slowdown President Barack Obama's reforms and remove a threat to profits in the sector.
*******FreeTradingvideos**** Broad markets dipped hard today having its worst slide of 2010 on as traders worried that lending restrictions in China could hurt the world economic recovery. Although most sectors were bad health care stocks fared fairly well again today.
The Dow and S&P had their worst session since last Fall as President Obama starts gunning for the banks to tighten restrictions that would hurt profits.
Technically speaking, today's bearish drop was significant.
*******FreeTradingVideos**** As we suspected through our technical analysis the stock markets have broke down. The question is whether or not the bearish drop is valid (volume) and how far the markets will drop (support areas).
*******FreeTradingVideos**** Wall Street posted a modest rebound today after the worst week in nearly a year just before the U.S. Senate is projected to narrowly sign off on four more years of Ben Bernanke.
Some economists say the housing market could be headed for a 10% to 15% plunge.
*******FreeTradingVideos**** Financial stocks take a nose dive before the close, erasing a the bullish sentiment that had been fanned by strong earnings and signs of a strengthening consumer confidence). The FOMC is not expected to make any change to the Fed Funds rate ahead of the Bernanke vote.
*******FreeTradingVideos**** FOMC leaves rates alone as expected, but remains bearish about the economy spawned by high unemployment. $SPX remains in a low base formation. The dollar rises; gold drops.
*******FreeTradingVideos**** Disappointing outlooks from some tech companies helped drive the Dow to its lowest levels in nearly three months.
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