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Merrill Lynch Confuses Mark Haines, and, Jim Does it Again
16 May 2008
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Bank of America buy Merrill Lynch
15 Sep 2008
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My Daily Blog is at: *******investorandtrader.blogspot****/ Number one question I hear on the minds of the "news anchors" / entertainers on the Business Channels? What does it all mean? I'm not God, I can't predict the future. So I won't play that game. But I will give you my thoughts, on what this all means ... NOTE: This is not an investment or trading recommendation. The losses in trading can be very real, and depending on the investment vehicle, can exceed your initial investment. I am not a licensed trading or investment adviser, or financial planner. But I do have 12 years of experience in trading and investing in these markets. The Challenge accounts are run for the education of other traders who should make their own decisions based off their own research and risk tolerance. Included Music is by Paul Young. A personal friend and is not a part of any music license, recording label, etc.
15 Sep 2008
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My Daily Blog is at: *******investorandtrader.blogspot****/ In economic environments such as this? You have to keep your head about you. For those of us who own Bank of America? Think about it. We get none of MER's toxic debt which got sold 6 weeks ago (Do you really think that's a coincidence? That Thain wasn't considering selling then?), and we get all the sweet parts of MER. Especially that high wealth asset management. Shareholders - Investors ... are about one thing. Earnings. Not the stock price. That's like - number 3 on the list - for investors on dividend stocks. 1) Earnings, 2) Dividends / DRIP program, 3) Cost Basis And need we even discuss how many more shares we're going to grab on the 26th through the DRIP program, for a better DCA to our cost basis - with the stock price depressed? NOTE: This is not an investment or trading recommendation. The losses in trading can be very real, and depending on the investment vehicle, can exceed your initial investment. I am not a licensed trading or investment adviser, or financial planner. But I do have 12 years of experience in trading and investing in these markets. The Challenge accounts are run for the education of other traders who should make their own decisions based off their own research and risk tolerance. Included Music is by Paul Young. A personal friend and is not a part of any music license, recording label, etc.
30 Sep 2011
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22 Sep 2008
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17 Oct 2007
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Has the Fed staunched the bleeding of the wounded financial markets with its historic three-quarters of a percent interest rate cut? And how should individual investors react to the falling markets this month? On hand to guide us will be legendary global value investor Jean Marie Eveillard of First Eagle Funds, Pimco’s bond guru Paul McCulley and Merrill Lynch’s top investment strategist, Richard Bernstein.
7 Feb 2008
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Today, I present the 8th Episode of the HelpMyCashGrow**** Video Blog & Podcast with a guest speak. Speaking today, will be Joshua Hamm of Merrill Lynch about "Diversification". He gives his overview of what it is, the pros and its cons. This is, admittedly a long and overdue version as will be explained in the broadcast itself, but sit back and, hopefully, enjoy the presentation he has prepared for us. Since this is a past and overdue Episode, I still haven't had the chance to present my new microphone yet, but it will be coming within the next episode.
27 May 2008
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Suzanne Stevens and Greg Johnson discuss the most important dates in dealmaking for the week of July 14 - July 18, 2008. Here is a summary of this weeks events: July 14 - TriZetto Group shareholder vote on Apax Partners deal July 17- Merrill Lynch & Co and JP Morgan Chase & Co. announce earnings. Merrill is rumored to be shopping BlackRock and a stake in Bloomberg L.P. Also, with the tight economy investment banks are downsizing. Are there more pink slips on the way? July 18- Bids are due for the Chicago Cubs. Mark Cuban, owner of the National Basketball Assocaition's Dallas Mavericks, may be a bidder. Have comments or suggestions? Leave them below or e-mail us at reportersthedeal****. For more check out www.thedeal****/blogs
12 Jul 2008
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WealthTrack is delving into the troubled stock markets, challenging bond markets and high risk, potentially high return Russian markets with three focused pros: Merrill Lynch investment strategist Mary Ann Bartels, Treasury bond guru Robert Kessler and Russia portfolio manager John Connor. Distributed by Tubemogul.
25 Jul 2008
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. *******skyhigh.weebly**** . Follow the link above! . 2008-05-23 16:20 ET Dow -145.99 Dow Close 12479.63 Nasdaq -19.91 Nasdaq Close 2444.67 S&P -18.42 S&P Close 1375.93 Nasdaq100 -0.3 SandP_Midcap400 -1.2 Russell2000 -1.2 NYAdv 850 NYDec 2243 NQAdv 872 NQDec 1944 [BRIEFING.COM] The stock market closed 3.5% lower this week after losing 1.3% this session. Stocks declined in the face of persistently high oil prices and broad-based selling efforts ahead of the long weekend. Eight of the major economic sectors lost at least 1.0% this session. Crude oil prices rebounded from yesterday’s drop and weighed on early morning sentiment. The commodity closed $1.31 higher on the New York Mercantile Exchange, finishing the session at $132.12 per barrel. Crude has not finished lower for two consecutive sessions since the beginning of May. Investor pessimism persisted in the face of positive earnings announcements from retailers Gap (GPS 17.94, -0.35) and Aeropostale (ARO 32.67, -0.05). The pair announced after yesterday's close earnings results that surpassed the consensus earnings per share estimate. Meanwhile, department store Dillards (DDS 15.73, -0.63) reported this morning its first quarter net income slumped during the most recent quarter. Brewers (+6.4%) performed exceptionally well in the face of the session’s broad-based selling. A report from FT Alphaville indicating Belgium beverage company InBev is interested in acquiring Anheuser-Busch (BUD 56.61, +4.03) helped give the group a lift. Tech heavyweight Apple (AAPL 181.17, +4.12) helped the Nasdaq 100 (-0.3%) outperform the major indices on a relative basis. Apple had its price target elevated and was added to a buy list at a pair of Wall Street’s leading investment banks. Separately, existing home sales for April declined 1.0% month-over-month to an annualized rate of 4.89 million units, according to the National Association of Realtors. Economists were expecting April sales to decline 1.6% from the prior month’s annualized sales rate. The stock market will be closed for trading on Monday in observance of Memorial Day. 2008-05-23 15:30 ET Dow -128.89 Dow Close 12496.73 Nasdaq -19.89 Nasdaq Close 2444.69 S&P -15.89 S&P Close 1378.46 NYAdv 855 NYDec 2220 NQAdv 842 NQDec 1975 [BRIEFING.COM] The stock market is on track to finish the week roughly 3.4% lower. So far, the stock market is down a less severe 0.6% this month. All ten of the major economic sectors continue to trade in the red. Eight are trading with losses of at least 1.0%. Crude closed $1.31 higher on the New York Mercantile Exchange, finishing the session at $132.12 per barrel. 2008-05-23 15:00 ET Dow -128.24 Dow Close 12497.38 Nasdaq -17.63 Nasdaq Close 2446.95 S&P -15.39 S&P Close 1378.96 NYAdv 865 NYDec 2212 NQAdv 860 NQDec 1920 [BRIEFING.COM] The stock market was making its most prolonged recovery attempt this session, but encountered another bout of selling pressure. The stock market remains more than 1.0% lower. The Dow Jones is also facing a 1.0% decline, but the Nasdaq is down 0.7%. Apple (AAPL 181.71, +4.66) is trading higher, lending support to the tech-heavy Nasdaq. Apple was added to the conviction buy list at Goldman Sachs. Apple also had its price target lifted at Merrill Lynch. 2008-05-23 14:30 ET Dow -147.70 Dow Close 12477.92 Nasdaq -22.91 Nasdaq Close 2441.67 S&P -17.99 S&P Close 1376.36 NYAdv 825 NYDec 2238 NQAdv 815 NQDec 1958 [BRIEFING.COM] Down as much as 1.5% this session, the S&P 500 continues to encounter concerted selling efforts. The stock market is down 3.4% week-to-date and down 6.3% year-to-date. Despite oil's strength, energy (-1.8%) is posting the largest decline among the major economic sectors. Integrated oil and gas firms (-3.1%) like Exxon-Mobil (XOM 90.93, -1.58) and Chevron (CVX 100.91, -1.00) are weiging on the industry. 2008-05-23 14:00 ET Dow -159.67 Dow Close 12465.95 Nasdaq -28.47 Nasdaq Close 2436.11 S&P -19.55 S&P Close 1374.80 NYAdv 740 NYDec 2320 NQAdv 754 NQDec 2006 [BRIEFING.COM] Stocks continue to encounter renewed selling pressure upon attempted recoveries. The S&P 500 is trending back toward its session low. The dollar is little changed this session. The dollar index is up marginally to 71.9. Gold closed $6.50 higher at $924.80 per ounce. Meanwhile, crude prices have risen after falling back to the unchanged mark. Oil is currently trading hands at $132.30 per barrel, up 1.1%. 2008-05-23 13:30 ET Dow -140.78 Dow Close 12489.32 Nasdaq -26.89 Nasdaq Close 2437.57 S&P -18.39 S&P Close 1376.40 NYAdv 751 NYDec 2272 NQAdv 795 NQDec 1947 [BRIEFING.COM] The major indices are off their worst levels, but continue to post steep losses in light trading volume. Negative sentiment is widespread, with only nine of the 147 S&P 500 industry groups in positive territory -- only the brewers group (+5.6%) is posting a gain in excess of 1%. The bearish bias has been prevalent for much of the week, with nine of the economic sectors posting a loss week-to-date. Financials have been hit the hardest with a drop of 6.0%, while the utilities sector is outperforming as it holds a slight 0.1% gain. The S&P 500 as a whole is down 3.5%, marking its worst week since the beginning of February. 2008-05-23 13:00 ET Dow -156.00 Dow Close 12469.62 Nasdaq -31.64 Nasdaq Close 2432.94 S&P -20.34 S&P Close 1374.01 NYAdv 714 NYDec 2286 NQAdv 766 NQDec 1959 [BRIEFING.COM] Friday's pessimistic tone has been evident since the start of the session. There are only a few select pockets of relative strength. Each of the major indices continues to trade with hefty losses. Even the less popular indices have succumbed to strong selling efforts. The Russell 2000 is down 1.5%, the S&P 400 is also down 1.5%, and the Dow Jones World Index, excluding the U.S., is down 1.1%. 2008-05-23 12:30 ET Dow -122.78 Dow Close 12502.84 Nasdaq -23.73 Nasdaq Close 2440.85 S&P -16.31 S&P Close 1378.04 NYAdv 748 NYDec 2240 NQAdv 789 NQDec 1919 [BRIEFING.COM] Persistent selling pressure continues to depress stock prices in Friday's action. Declining components in the S&P 500 continue to outnumber advancers by 9-to-1. Of the components in the Dow Jones, only Boeing (BA 81.99, +0.58), Merck (MRK 39.11, +0.08), and Coca-Cola (KO 58.79, +0.89) are showing gains. In the face of broad-based selling, the defensive-oriented utilities sector (-1.8%) is trading with the most sizeable loss among the major economic sectors. 2008-05-23 12:00 ET Dow -118.63 Dow Close 12506.99 Nasdaq -26.63 Nasdaq Close 2437.95 S&P -16.55 S&P Close 1377.80 NYAdv 715 NYDec 2265 NQAdv 764 NQDec 1924 [BRIEFING.COM] Despite pulling off its session low, the stock market continues to trade well into negative territory. The S&P 500 is currently down almost 1.2% as market participants find little to motivate buying. A rebound in crude oil prices weighed on early trading. Oil prices climbed more than 2.0% this morning, but are now trading hands near the unchanged mark. Not since the beginning of May has crude been able to close lower for two consecutive sessions. Reports from the retail sector have dominated earnings news. Gap (GPS 18.02, -0.27) announced after yesterday's close earnings results that bested the consensus earnings per share estimate. Still, its shares have encountered selling efforts. Fellow retailer Aeropostale (ARO 32.40, -0.32) also announced a positive earnings surprise, but disappointed some investors with a tepid outlook. Meanwhile, department store Dillard's (DDS 15.86, -0.50) continues to struggle in the face of strong macro headwinds. Dillard’s reported this morning its first quarter net income plummeted. Notably, the department store industry (-3.3%) is underperforming this session.
5 Sep 2008
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. *******stockprogram.weebly**** . 2008-05-23 16:20 ET Dow -145.99 Dow Close 12479.63 Nasdaq -19.91 Nasdaq Close 2444.67 S&P -18.42 S&P Close 1375.93 Nasdaq100 -0.3 SandP_Midcap400 -1.2 Russell2000 -1.2 NYAdv 850 NYDec 2243 NQAdv 872 NQDec 1944 [BRIEFING.COM] The stock market closed 3.5% lower this week after losing 1.3% this session. Stocks declined in the face of persistently high oil prices and broad-based selling efforts ahead of the long weekend. Eight of the major economic sectors lost at least 1.0% this session. Crude oil prices rebounded from yesterday’s drop and weighed on early morning sentiment. The commodity closed $1.31 higher on the New York Mercantile Exchange, finishing the session at $132.12 per barrel. Crude has not finished lower for two consecutive sessions since the beginning of May. Investor pessimism persisted in the face of positive earnings announcements from retailers Gap (GPS 17.94, -0.35) and Aeropostale (ARO 32.67, -0.05). The pair announced after yesterday's close earnings results that surpassed the consensus earnings per share estimate. Meanwhile, department store Dillards (DDS 15.73, -0.63) reported this morning its first quarter net income slumped during the most recent quarter. Brewers (+6.4%) performed exceptionally well in the face of the session’s broad-based selling. A report from FT Alphaville indicating Belgium beverage company InBev is interested in acquiring Anheuser-Busch (BUD 56.61, +4.03) helped give the group a lift. Tech heavyweight Apple (AAPL 181.17, +4.12) helped the Nasdaq 100 (-0.3%) outperform the major indices on a relative basis. Apple had its price target elevated and was added to a buy list at a pair of Wall Street’s leading investment banks. Separately, existing home sales for April declined 1.0% month-over-month to an annualized rate of 4.89 million units, according to the National Association of Realtors. Economists were expecting April sales to decline 1.6% from the prior month’s annualized sales rate. The stock market will be closed for trading on Monday in observance of Memorial Day. 2008-05-23 15:30 ET Dow -128.89 Dow Close 12496.73 Nasdaq -19.89 Nasdaq Close 2444.69 S&P -15.89 S&P Close 1378.46 NYAdv 855 NYDec 2220 NQAdv 842 NQDec 1975 [BRIEFING.COM] The stock market is on track to finish the week roughly 3.4% lower. So far, the stock market is down a less severe 0.6% this month. All ten of the major economic sectors continue to trade in the red. Eight are trading with losses of at least 1.0%. Crude closed $1.31 higher on the New York Mercantile Exchange, finishing the session at $132.12 per barrel. 2008-05-23 15:00 ET Dow -128.24 Dow Close 12497.38 Nasdaq -17.63 Nasdaq Close 2446.95 S&P -15.39 S&P Close 1378.96 NYAdv 865 NYDec 2212 NQAdv 860 NQDec 1920 [BRIEFING.COM] The stock market was making its most prolonged recovery attempt this session, but encountered another bout of selling pressure. The stock market remains more than 1.0% lower. The Dow Jones is also facing a 1.0% decline, but the Nasdaq is down 0.7%. Apple (AAPL 181.71, +4.66) is trading higher, lending support to the tech-heavy Nasdaq. Apple was added to the conviction buy list at Goldman Sachs. Apple also had its price target lifted at Merrill Lynch. 2008-05-23 14:30 ET Dow -147.70 Dow Close 12477.92 Nasdaq -22.91 Nasdaq Close 2441.67 S&P -17.99 S&P Close 1376.36 NYAdv 825 NYDec 2238 NQAdv 815 NQDec 1958 [BRIEFING.COM] Down as much as 1.5% this session, the S&P 500 continues to encounter concerted selling efforts. The stock market is down 3.4% week-to-date and down 6.3% year-to-date. Despite oil's strength, energy (-1.8%) is posting the largest decline among the major economic sectors. Integrated oil and gas firms (-3.1%) like Exxon-Mobil (XOM 90.93, -1.58) and Chevron (CVX 100.91, -1.00) are weiging on the industry. 2008-05-23 14:00 ET Dow -159.67 Dow Close 12465.95 Nasdaq -28.47 Nasdaq Close 2436.11 S&P -19.55 S&P Close 1374.80 NYAdv 740 NYDec 2320 NQAdv 754 NQDec 2006 [BRIEFING.COM] Stocks continue to encounter renewed selling pressure upon attempted recoveries. The S&P 500 is trending back toward its session low. The dollar is little changed this session. The dollar index is up marginally to 71.9. Gold closed $6.50 higher at $924.80 per ounce. Meanwhile, crude prices have risen after falling back to the unchanged mark. Oil is currently trading hands at $132.30 per barrel, up 1.1%.
28 Jul 2008
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Citibank, Bank of America, Merrill Lynch, and, what? Fraud? No way. Okay, yes way, Ted.
8 Aug 2008
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Your mix of investments can make or break your portfolio. WealthTrack will talk to an acknowledged master of the art of asset allocation, Morgan Stanley's David Darst plus consult with two experts about what have become essential investments for most of us: Merrill Lynch's emerging markets strategist Michael Hartnett and independent annuities expert Kelli Hueler on the next Consuelo Mack WealthTrack. Distributed by Tubemogul.
26 Aug 2008
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