IBM- Where will the fall end? Looking at charts to help determine support levels. 10-20-13
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Bernanke Speaks: Markets Ignore It And Look Towards Earnings
The stock market received generally positive comments from Bernanke today as he testified before Congress. These comments were the same old. Some of the $85 QE being pumped into the economy will be pulled back later this year, but the almost zero interest rates will remain. The market floated higher on this today, with little to no volume present. All eyes are turning towards corporate earnings. ...
Top 5 Reasons You Know Another Stock Market Bubble Is Forming
Almost every day, the U.S. markets hit new all time highs. With rampant unemployment, low jobs growth and an ugly global economy, many are wondering if we are in the midst of a new stock market bubble. Below are the top 5 reasons why you know another stock market bubble is forming.
Yesterday, the markets surged higher, gaining almost 1% across the board. While the markets were strong, International Business Machines Corp. (NYSE:IBM) fell. Today again, the market is flat to positive but IBM is trading at $200.84, -1.10 (-0.54%). So why is IBM falling when the market is so strong? Is it speaking to a wider issue in the market?
Originally published at “long-term-investments.blogspot.com”. Kenneth Fisher is an American businessman, founder and chairman as well as CEO of Fisher Investments, a money management firm headquartered in California. Fisher writes the monthly “Portfolio Strategy” column in Forbes magazine. Ken Fisher is one of the richest Americans and part of the Forbes 400 list of world billionaires. Funds run by Ken Fisher at Fisher Asset Management were valued at USD 34.91 billion.
Warren Buffett - Berkshire Hathaway Q3/2012 Fund Investing Strategies By Dividend Yield – Stock Capital, Investment. Buy big dividend stocks is one of my favorite claims. A great investor who followed this approach successfully is Warren Buffett. I made a list of his best yielding stocks from his latest reported billionaire’s fund - Berkshire Hathaway. From his 38 stocks pay 28 dividends. The highest yielding stock is GlaxoSmithKline (GSK), a British drug company. Its dividend yield is 5.32 percent. The top stocks are a mix of drugs, oil & gas and newspaper businesses.