Weekly Prospects (January 27-31, 2014)

 

 

 

 

 

MONDAY: So far, thanks to Caterpillar, the stock everyone loves to hate, the market delays any follow through to Friday’s sell off, as earnings may truly matter.

TUESDAY:     A nice pre-market opening erased by disappointing durable goods report> Luckily Apple stopped being a market leader a few years ago

WEDNESDAY:  Turkish Central Bank raises overnight lending rate by 4 1/2% and FOMC today. Meanwhile S&P 500 turned around 15 points overnight and not in a good way.

THURSDAY:   Barely one day later and it’s as if nothing happened yesterday. More earnings and not much news to end the week, hopefully on an up note for a change.

FRIDAY:  Strap on. This looks to be the third consecutive down draft Friday.

                                                                                                                                                  

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Weekly Prospects (January 20 – 24, 2014)

 

 

 

 

 

MONDAY: Markets closed. Go shopping and help support April retail earnings.

TUESDAY:    Earnings get going this week for real and Dow Chemical is put into play. Oh, those activists

WEDNESDAY:  IBM in focus today as earnings disappoint again. As yesterday, broad market may outperform DJIA with IBM and United Technologies may weigh on Dow.

THURSDAY:   Where would the market be without Carl Icahn? Today it’s eBay, more Apple and Netflix up 17% on earnings.

FRIDAY: On the way to another successive weak Friday to close another weak week

                                                                                                                                                  

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