BTDStocks.com Monday, March 28, 2011 End-of-Day Update
BTDStocks.com Friday, March 25, 2011 End-of-Day Update
Stocks rose moderately on Friday after giving up a significant amount of their early gains. Investor participation was lacking but market breadth was good. The action wasn't that impressive. However, keeping with the overall stock market direction trend we are raising the support/resistance levels on the DJIA (DIA), S&P 500 (SPY), and Nasdaq Composite (QQQQ) (see below).
BTDStocks.com Thursday, March 24, 2011 End-of-Day Update
The market rose today with the Nasdaq Composite leading the way with a 1.4% gain. Market breadth was generally positive and investor participation was stronger on the Nasdaq versus the NYSE. As a result, we are raising the support/resistance levels on the DJIA (DIA), S&P 500 (SPY), and Nasdaq Composite (QQQQ) (see below).
BTDStocks.com Wednesday, March 23, 2011 End-of-Day Update
The market erased early losses to finish higher in today's session. The major indexes rose between 0.3% to 0.6%. Investor participation picked up and market breadth was good. What was impressive was the markets ability to shrug off bad economic news and turn losses into gains. We are raising the support/resistance levels on the DJIA, S&P 500, and Nasdaq Composite (see below).
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Weekly Wrap-Up, It's Only a 55-Point Drop You Wimps!
That’s right, I said WIMPS!
I have never heard so much whining and crying and complaining about a market drop as I have the past few weeks. Last week, I pointed out that we had only fallen 105 points from the prior week (10,172 to 10,067) and this week we fell ALL THE WAY to 10,012 to finish the week and you would think the world was ending (again) from the way the MSM has been acting.
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