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“The Week Ahead” is an insight as to what may occur in the market during the up-coming week – an in-depth look at technical’s, earnings, past performances, bull-bear struggles, influences on the market, and much more!

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The Week Ahead for 2013

The Week Ahead in the Stock Market – March 11, 2013

Wall Street bulls are likely to continue their record run in the week ahead after the Dow Jones Industrial Average closed yet another new record high on Friday, and the Fed provided new optimism about the economy.

The Week Ahead in the Stock Market – March 04, 2013

Economic data should be the main influence in the week ahead, with the February non-farm payroll report coming out on Friday. Other major economic reports this week include the non-manufacturing ISM index for February and the January Factor Orders reports.

Also, there will be a total of 188 companies reporting results in the week ahead, which includes 5 S&P 500 members. Also, the Dow may move to greater highs in the week ahead but important economic reports and news from Europe could decide where it goes from there.

The Week Ahead in the Stock Market – February 25, 2013

In the week ahead Washington's budget debate could stir up new anxieties as markets head into March, even with expected reassurances about Federal Reserve policy from Chairman Ben Bernanke.

The Week Ahead in the Stock Market – February 11, 2013

After a strong rally to start the year and many indexes near round-number levels, the past week was a logical time for a breather. Also note that the Dow Jones Industrial Average (DJI) was down slightly on the week. As the broad markets attempt to break free of this recent congestion, the volatility in Europe and retail sales could steal the headlines in the week ahead.

The Week Ahead in the Stock Market – February 04, 2013

With a light week ahead for economic reports and the final major week of the earnings season, there is not much on the calendar in the upcoming week to cause the stock market's bull to stumble.

ISM non-manufacturing data are released Monday, and jobless claims are reported Thursday. Chain store sales will be watched for what they indicate about the consumer in January, after robust car sales Friday showed a still confident buyer. Disney, BP and Visa are among the companies reporting earnings.

The Week Ahead in the Stock Market – January 28, 2013

Stocks should continue to march higher if there are no nasty surprises in the deluge of economic reports expected in the week ahead.

The economic calendar starts with durable goods Monday, consumer confidence Tuesday, and ending with the important January employment report and ISM manufacturing data Friday. The Fed meets Tuesday and Wednesday though expectations are low that it will make much news.

There are also dozens of earnings reports, including industrials, like Caterpillar, and major oils like Exxon Mobil, which surpassed a shrinking Apple Friday to become the largest U.S. company by market cap.

The Week Ahead in the Stock Market – January 21, 2013

A flood of earnings reports, including major technology and industrial companies, should help continue the stock market's surprise January rally in the week ahead.

In the coming week, dozens of major companies reporting quarterly earnings, including Apple, Google, IBM, United Technologies, McDonald's and Microsoft.

Also the information required in regard to earnings, economic data, ETFs is also included.

The Week Ahead in the Stock Market – January 14, 2013

Dozens of corporate earnings reports are expected in the week ahead, including J.P. Morgan, Citigroup, General Electric and Intel. While always important, the attitude of companies this quarter will be the major this to the direction of the stock market, and their assessment of future business prospects could provide an important tell about the course of not just the U.S., but the global economy this year.

The Week Ahead for 2012



The Stock Market in the Week Ahead – August 06, 2012

An outline of what is expected of the stock market in the week ahead including earnings, economy and overseas impact. This also entails a look at what influences the market direction such as QE, sentiment, momentum, etc.

Stocks have definitely been riding the tailwinds of central bank promises – the up-down, up-down scenario – with a little more up than down -- and could continue to drift higher in the absence of any nasty surprises from Europe.

Last week was full of event risk – and the stock market has weathered that scenario -- we are through that, and the markets are coming out with some confidence when it comes to risk assets. With the markets not having a lot to be afraid of, and no blatant ‘risk off’ events on the calendar, we’re looking at auction supply.

The Week Ahead in the Stock Market – August 06, 2012

An outline of what is expected of the stock market in the week ahead including earnings, economy and overseas impact. This also entails a look at what influences the market direction such as QE, sentiment, momentum, etc.

Stocks have definitely been riding the tailwinds of central bank promises – the up-down, up-down scenario – with a little more up than down -- and could continue to drift higher in the absence of any nasty surprises from Europe.

Last week was full of event risk – and the stock market has weathered that scenario -- we are through that, and the markets are coming out with some confidence when it comes to risk assets. With the markets not having a lot to be afraid of, and no blatant ‘risk off’ events on the calendar, we’re looking at auction supply.

The Economy and Earnings in the Week Ahead - August 06, 2012

There are a few economic reports and a steady stream of earnings news in the week ahead. But after major meetings this past week where both the Federal Reserve and European Central Bank held out the idea of more quantitative easing, the markets could coast in anticipation of central bank action in the fall.

The week after the jobs report is usually light on economic reports. The most important will be reports on consumer credit outstanding (Tuesday), productivity (Wednesday) and jobless claims (Thursday).

Quarterly earnings due in the week ahead include Walt Disney Co, Priceline.com and Chesapeake Energy. Results from Macy's Inc and J.C. Penney Co Inc should shed light on the strength of consumer spending.

The Major ETFs in the Week Ahead – August 06, 2012

Friday proved to be a strong day once again for the major ETFs. The short-term trend remains higher for all the indexes, although some are performing better than others. Also within striking distance in several of the ETFs are the 52-week highs although the technical outlook is mixed.

The Past Week Stock Market Results – August 06, 2012

Stocks rallied to a three-month high in the past week, helped by more assertive language from the Fed Wednesday. But the market rose sharply Friday after the July Employment report showed a surprise gain of 163,000 jobs to nonfarm payrolls, breaking a string of disappointments.

Investor Expectations Low but Stock Market Impressive – August 06, 2012

The stock market is impressive -- given the overwhelming amount of bearish sentiment – low investor expectations -- shrouding the market. Also observed in this article, is a notable shift in the VIX options pits on Friday and the effect this will have on short-term bullish investors, as well as the significance of the SPX levels.

The Stock Market in the Week Ahead – July 30, 2012

The U.S. Federal Reserve and the European Central Bank both meet in the week ahead amid investor expectations of action to stimulate economic growth.

Besides the July employment report, which is expected to show that just 100,000 jobs were added this month in a slow growing U.S. economy, there are also earnings from about a fifth of the S&P 500.

The Week Ahead in the Stock Market - July 30, 2012

The U.S. Federal Reserve and the European Central Bank both meet in the week ahead amid investor expectations of action to stimulate economic growth.

Besides the July employment report, which is expected to show that just 100,000 jobs were added this month in a slow growing U.S. economy, there are also earnings from about a fifth of the S&P 500.

The Economy and Earnings in the Week Ahead - July 30, 2012

Besides the July employment report, which is expected to show that just 100,000 jobs were added this month in a slow growing U.S. economy, the Federal Reserve and the European Central Bank will meet in the week ahead.

There are also earnings from about a fifth of the S&P 500, such as General Motors, AIG, Procter and Gamble, Kraft, Time Warner, Berkshire Hathaway and MasterCard, are among the companies reporting.

The Major ETFs in the Week Ahead – July 30, 2012

The uptrend for June and July remains intact for the index ETFs, and can continue as long as the short-term highs are created and support levels hold.

Currently, the ETFs, S&P 500 SPDR and Dow Jones Industrial SPDR appear to be in the best shape, with the strongest short-term uptrends at this time.

The Past Week Stock Market Results – July 30, 2012

The past week saw the stock market finally break free of its recent trading range -- the SPX cleared its hurdle near the 1,380 area, while the Dow shot above the round-number 13,000 level. Both respective indices have taken out their previous June and July peaks, which is a good sign for the market as July comes to a close.

Market Bulls May Benefit From Central Banks Moves – July 30, 2012

The market bulls proved victorious yet again last week, as encouraging developments in Europe overshadowed lackluster earnings from the tech sector. And now, investors' appetite for risk could increase even more this week, should global central-bank moves pan out in the bulls' favor.

The Stock Market in the Week Ahead – July 23, 2012

With Europe’s debt woes creating a feeling of gloom, stocks in the week ahead could be vulnerable to the impact of slowing global growth on corporate America and the U.S. economy.

Earnings from more than a quarter of the S&P 500 and the first look at second-quarter GDP could be key for the market, which benefited in the past week from the idea of more Fed easing.

The Week Ahead in the Stock Market - July 23, 2012

With Europe’s debt woes creating a feeling of gloom, stocks in the week ahead could be vulnerable to the impact of slowing global growth on corporate America and the U.S. economy.

Earnings from more than a quarter of the S&P 500 and the first look at second-quarter GDP could be key for the market, which benefited in the past week from the idea of more Fed easing.

The Economy and Earnings in the Week Ahead - July 23, 2012

For the economy, Friday’s U.S. GDP report could have a major impact on sentiment – and in earnings investors hope that Apple and Facebook can maintain the trend of better-than-expected earnings.

The Major ETFs in the Week Ahead – July 23, 2012

Stocks rallied through the middle of the week, but pulled back towards the end. The major ETFs have edged higher through June and July, but volume continues to be an element of concern.

More upside could still arise, but the rally is likely to be stifled before we reach the 52-week high price levels. A move back towards support should be watched closely; if broken, a further slide in prices is likely forthcoming.

The Past Week Stock Market Results – July 23, 2012

The past week saw stocks finish near session lows on Friday, breaking a three-day winning streak, sparked by fresh fears over the euro zone sovereign debt crisis and after a batch of mixed earnings reports.

Indicators Offer Uplift to the Stock Market, July 23, 2012

Several indicators are discussed which should offer the bulls some uplifting glimpse of the future. Now that July options expiration is behind us, it is possible that stocks can finally gather enough positive momentum to tackle looming resistance levels.

The Week Ahead in the Stock Market - July 16, 2012

There are earnings expected from dozens of major companies in the week ahead BUT what many traders are hoping for is talk of more Fed easing. Federal Reserve Chairman, Ben Bernanke, will likely tell members of Congress that it’s the lawmakers who need to act.

The Economy and Earnings in the Week Ahead - July 16, 2012

Investors are looking at an onslaught in the week ahead -- corporate earnings -- Ben Bernanke talking about economic issues before Congress.

With a slew of companies set to report results in the week ahead, the hope among investors is that the bad news has been factored in, but the broader picture remains lackluster. That may limit the market's gains even if companies clear a low bar.

The Major ETFs in the Week Ahead – July 16, 2012

Many of the widely watched major ETFs broke their uptrends from the June lows in early trading Thursday, but closed back above them. This gave encouragement to the bulls, and it was rewarded with sharp gains Friday that were enough to bring most of the averages back into positive territory for the week.

The Past Week Stock Market Results – July 16, 2012

Friday the 13th, in the past week, turned out to be a lucky day for stocks, with the Dow and S&P 500 snapping a six-day losing streak, propelled by sharp gains in financials following JPMorgan's earnings report.

Options Expiration Expectations , July 16, 2012

As options expiration approaches, expectations on Wall Street and technical levels being on the radar, particularly a low VIX, provides an opportunity for the bulls to benefit!

The Week Ahead in the Stock Market - July 09, 2012

In the week ahead, the second quarter earnings season kicks off with just a few reports -- Alcoa, Yum! Brands, JPMorgan Chase and Wells Fargo -- but they will be important early looks at whether the fallout from Europe and the slower global growth is hurting corporate America. Also watch oil, gold and corn prices and their movements!

Thursday’s weekly jobless claims will be monitored, as will the minutes of the last Federal Reserve meeting Wednesday -- but more important, perhaps, is a batch of fresh Chinese data.

The Economy and Earnings in the Week Ahead - July 09, 2012

The economy will be tested in the week ahead with reports on consumer credit, the minutes from the June Federal Reserve meeting and the June Producer Price Index report. Also, the week features earnings from Alcoa, Yum! Brands, as well as banking giants, JPMorgan Chase and Wells Fargo.

The Major ETFs in the Week Ahead – July 09, 2012

Late week saw selling erode or completely erase any gains seen from buying earlier in the week. Most of the ETFs finished the week below the resistance levels they recently broke, indicating false breakouts. This price action, coupled with bearish divergence in on-balance volume, will make it very difficult for the indexes to reach a new 52-week high any time soon.

The Past Week Stock Market Results – July 09, 2012

The month of July is getting off to a rough start. Worldwide rate cuts last Thursday did not impress investors or traders. This set the stage for June’s uninspiring jobs report, which led to stocks closing the week on a negative note.

The Week Ahead in the Stock Market – July 02, 2012

After the best June for stocks in at least 12 years, the week ahead compresses a lot of information into 4 days, The big event is Friday's jobs report, but important reports are due on manufacturing and auto sales. Europe will move markets as well.

The Economy and Earnings in the Week Ahead – July 02, 2012

The week ahead will have its own dramatic moments -- there is a series of events, basically regarding the economy, that could be the key for markets -- some traders may stay close to their desks -- even as U.S. markets take a day-long break for the July 4 holiday. They will also close early on Tuesday.

The Past Week Stock Market Results – July 02, 2012

The past week saw stocks finish the first half of the year in high fashion as investors welcomed news that the euro zone is a step closer to solving its 30-month-long debt crisis. However, will this be enough to sustain the rally?

The Major ETFs in the Week Ahead – July 02, 2012

Each of the index ETFs is showing short-term positive signs, helped out by the big push higher in early trading Friday, June 29. Being able to push through their respective resistance levels is a short-term positive signal, and the RSI indicator is confirming this could occur.

The Week Ahead in the Stock Market - June 25, 2012

In the week ahead expect plenty of drama starting as early as Monday when the Supreme Court is expected to issue its ruling on the Healthcare Reform Act, otherwise known as Obamacare.

Research In Motion and Nike will dominate earnings. A European summit could get volatile and economic reports at home could show more softness.

The Economy and Earnings in the Week Ahead - June 25, 2012

For the U.S. economy in the week ahead, Personal Income and Housing are the important reports, not to mention important earnings reports due from Nike (NKE) and Research In Motion (RIMM), as well as an EU Leaders Summit Meeting beginning Thursday.

The Past Week Stock Market Results - June 25, 2012

It wasn't a great week for stocks in the past week, but given the dramas that unfolded -- a Greek election, a Federal Reserve meeting and its nasty aftermath on Thursday -- it could have been worse!

The Week Ahead in the Stock Market - June 18, 2012

Investors will have much to digest in the week ahead. The Greek election result may ignite a global rally -- or a selloff. The Federal Reserve meets for 2 days. The Supreme Court may issue its healthcare reform decision.

Housing comes into play with reports on starts and existing-home sales, not to mention important earnings reports due from FedEx (FDX) and Oracle (ORCL).

The Economy and Earnings in the Week Ahead - June 18, 2012

For the U.S. economy in the week ahead, the housing comes into play with reports on starts and existing-home sales, not to mention important earnings reports due from FedEx (FDX) and Oracle (ORCL), but Greek elections could derail this data!

The Major ETFs in the Week Ahead – June 18, 2012

The short-term trend for major ETFs remains down at this time, but if the other indexes can follow through and push above their June 11 highs, it could spark another short-term wave higher. If the rally occurs, where it is likely to exhaust itself varies by index. If the rally does not occur, there are important support levels close by, which if breached, signal a more aggressive drop in the market.

The Past Week Stock Market Results - June 18, 2012

The past week saw the major averages enjoy their second straight week of gains and best two-week performances since December. The ability of the major averages to hold firm and close the week higher has turned the short-term outlook positive. And one gets the sense that the major averages may have bottomed from the swoon that began in April.

The Week Ahead in the Stock Market - June 11, 2012

European policy and politics will call the shots for markets in the week ahead, as the euro zone grapples with Spain’s banking crisis and the Greek election gets closer.

Three reports this weekend will tell more about China's economic health.

The week's big US reports: Retail sales on Wednesday and weekly jobless claims on Thursday.

The Economy and Earnings in the Week Ahead - June 11, 2012

For the U.S. economy in the week ahead, the most important reports would be retail sales and weekly jobless claims, but Europe could derail this data!

Earnings reports are especially light, but there are important analyst days due from DELL, BIIB, APA and VFC. Earnings reports are due from KR, PIR and SFD.

The Major ETFs in the Week Ahead – June 11, 2012

With the ETFs approaching resistance last week, this will be the crucial level to watch in the week ahead. How each ETF reacts around their respective resistance level provides insight into the longer-term direction of the ETF. Failure to break through resistance means support is likely to be tested, and if breached it is likely to send the ETF lower.

The Past Week Stock Market Results - June 11, 2012

Stocks finished the past week with the best weekly performance of the year, amid high volatility. Some market participants said investors have priced in bad news out of the euro zone. Many of the fund managers have basically been expecting bad news since earlier this year, so they have been pretty well hedged to the downside – and now, it's the rally that is scaring people.

Critical SPX Levels, June 11, 2012

This article highlights the major support and resistance levels to watch -- including that troublesome double-low for the S&P 500 Index (SPX). Also, as we head into June expiration week, trying to determine if heavy put open interest on the SPDR S&P 500 ETF (SPY) will play havoc with traders' bullish aspirations, is discussed.

The Week Ahead in the Stock Market - June 04, 2012

The stock selloff for the summer will be clarified in the week ahead amid fears that the U.S. economy will slide back into recession, as Europe's problems could get worse unless leaders start to focus. The Fed's Beige Book report will need to be watched to determine how vulnerable the domestic economy may be.

Also, in the week ahead, Dollar General and Lululemon are the week's big earnings reports.

Breakeven Levels for the Stock Market, June 04, 2012

Last week was quite a downer, but all may not be lost for the bulls, however, as some remaining technical areas, such as the breakeven levels, that could serve as significant support against an increasingly skeptical sentiment backdrop, are still apparent.

Options Costs, June 04, 2012

In this analysis, strategies are examined to determine which ones would have been more profitable so far in 2012. Considering options costs and the returns generated from cheap or expensive moves presents some very interesting results.

SPX Volatility, May 29, 2012

Last week, the SPX had pulled back to its 320-day moving average, in the 1,291 zone. Since the late 1990’s this technical analysis has proven its significance as a support and resistance area on multiple occasions. Crossovers above and below this trendline have proven to be pretty effective buy and sell signals, and this article goes into detail to outline the significance of this situation.

The Week Ahead in the Stock Market - May 28, 2012

Markets in the week ahead will again be pulled by every real or rumored development out of Europe, particularly relating to Greece and Spain. However, investors would be wise to be more prudent and concentrate more on the upcoming economic reports, especially Friday’s U.S. employment report.

The Week Ahead in the Stock Market - May 21, 2012

Europe will keep its chokehold on financial markets in the week ahead, as investor’s size up Greece’s commitment to the euro zone and watch for other headlines on the debt crisis.

With the corporate earnings season drawing to an end and recent U.S. economic data raising doubts about the pace of growth, the S&P 500, which is down 7.3 percent so far in May, could decline further in the week ahead as concerns about the financial health of Europe persist.

Delta-Hedging Effect on the Stock Market - May 21, 2012

It is essential to understand the implications of last week’s fall, particularly looking at the effects that delta-hedging had on the market!

By highlighting the key chart levels to watch this week for the Russell 2000 Index (RUT), Standard & Poor's 500 Index (SPX), and PowerShares QQQ ETF (Nasdaq: QQQ) helps investors to realize the pitfalls and potential profits to be made and take action to implement appropriate strategies.

The Week Ahead in the Stock Market - May 14, 2012

Facebook’s giant IPO is tentatively scheduled to price May 17, in the week ahead, pending SEC approval. But Europe may continue to drive the action as markets navigate the politics of Greece and Italian and French debt auctions in the week ahead.

There is also a heavy calendar of U.S. data, including retail sales, industrial production, weekly claims and the minutes of the Fed’s last meeting.

The Week Ahead in the Stock Market - May 07, 2012

More turbulence is expected in the stock market in the week ahead after Wall Street ended its worst week of the year on Friday. U.S. stock investors will look across the Atlantic to take their cue from Europe as France and Greece go to the polls.

That could offer some respite from a string of weak U.S. economic data and the earnings season winding down. However, after April’s weak jobs report, investors will scrutinize each piece of economic data for a read on whether the economy's soft patch is temporary or the start of something more troubling.

Technical Indicators Support the Market - May 07, 2012

With Wall Street heading into a seasonally weak period, and the conditions of last week fresh in investors’ minds, panic could be a major concern for the market. Even though the technical indicators provide an outlook that remains cloudy over the near term, there are still many aspects of the market in good shape, and there is encouragement from the growing buzz over bearish chart patterns, therefore, stocks could be back to a move forward in the week ahead.

VIX Options and Bullish Bets, May 02, 2012

Since the CBOE Market Volatility Index (VIX) is "cheap," as well as other various VIX products -- such as VIX options – at this present time, therefore, making ideal instruments for hedging equity portfolios.

The Week Ahead in the Stock Market - April 30, 2012

Armed with better-than-expected corporate profits, Wall Street’s bulls will do battle with potentially bearish economic and European news in the week ahead as investors await Friday’s April jobs report. The report will offer a clearer picture of the economic recovery's strength -- and its capacity to withstand some big stresses that lay ahead. Pfizer, AIG, GM and Cummins will also report earnings.

Growing Fear Among Investors, April 30, 2012

While any one of the headlines in the past couple of weeks, trying to invoke fear into the investor, might have sparked a selling spree in the not-so-distant past, this article breaks down a few notable data points that help to explain the market's growing resilience. But while Europe may finally be priced in -- at least, for now – it is important to note several looming technical levels that could keep a lid on stocks going forward.

The Week Ahead in the Stock Market - April 16, 2012

After suffering their worst two weeks of the year, stocks will look to quarterly earnings in the week ahead to determine whether the recent pullback has been exhausted or more losses are justified. However, concern that Spain could default on its debt may negate what should be a decent week for earnings. In addition, important reports are due on retail sales and housing in the week ahead. And Thursday's weekly report on initial jobless claims will get close scrutiny after the claims rate bumped up in the latest week.

The Week Ahead in the Stock Market - April 09, 2012

Futures markets signal a steep sell-off Monday, in the week ahead, as the Labor Department says employers added 120,000 nonfarm jobs in March, less than expected. Unemployment falls to 8.2%, as fewer people seek work.

Stocks come off their worst week of the New Year with investors wondering if the selloff is the start of something bigger, or just a pause.

Market Risk Aware Investors, April 08, 2012

Investors are becoming more market risk aware after the last several years of uncertainty in the stock market! This article discusses this issue as well as explores the round numbers situation for the SPX and MID. Also, a look ahead to the start of first-quarter earnings season, where there appears to be evidence that the choppy trading range could eventually resolve itself to the upside.

The Week Ahead in the Stock Market - April 02, 2012

A big week ahead after a great 1st Quarter! After the best first quarter in 14 years, the market may be poised for the long-awaited pullback, as investors look to a slew of economic data for insight on the strength of the domestic economy.

Friday's jobs report will be the week's big event, along with auto sales reports on Tuesday. Bed Bath & Beyond, Carmax and Monsanto report results. Apple had the biggest impact on the market in the quarter, but Sears was the top S&P 500 stock.

The SPX Crucially Positioned – Skepticism is Rampant, April 02, 2012

Even though a bull market is apparent -- three years and more than 600 SPX points later -- retail investors still aren't buying it! This article looks at three major signs that skepticism is mounting, despite the market's technical feats.

The Week Ahead in the Stock Market - February 20, 2012

In the week ahead stocks may find it difficult to maintain the 9-month highs as everyone is waiting for a stock pullback! With results in already from 404 S&P 500 companies, investor focus may already have shifted away from earnings – the outlook for Europe and the U.S. economy -- data on existing- and new-home sales – will take the limelight.

The Week Ahead in the Stock Market - November 28, 2011

In the week ahead a good start to the holiday shopping season may provide a slight boost to sentiment, as investors wait for what's likely to be an improved, but still weak jobs report Friday. Some of the most important U.S. economic monthly data will be released this week, but will it be enough to unlink the stock market's behavior and European yields?

As markets struggle with headwinds from Europe, and investors struggle with markets, some analysts see the U.S. as the best place to put money.

Politics will influence the investment strategies of investors –but what are the catalysts to re-start the markets? From a technical viewpoint – what is the European influence on stocks?

As markets struggle with headwinds from Europe, and investors struggle with markets, some analysts see the U.S. as the best place to put money.

The Week Ahead in the Stock Market - November 21, 2011

In the week ahead we should see decent earnings from Hewlett-Packard and Deere and strong economic reports, which could enliven markets, with further volatility provided due to escalating problems in Europe's debt crisis and the renewed budget battle at home.

The Week Ahead in the Stock Market - November 14, 2011

In the week ahead it is time for the market to focus on the US economy with more earnings and a “Santa Claus rally” for investors. However, we're currently on the cusp of options expiration week -- exchange-traded fund (ETF) options may impact the price action and levels!

The third-quarter earnings season ends this week with results from Wal-Mart, Home Depot and others. But as has happened so often recently, Europe will move markets, too. Can Italy form a new government?

The Week Ahead in the Stock Market - November 07, 2011

The Week Ahead will still see the Market Coping with Europe's Chaos –an increase in portfolio insurance – earnings from more big names!

The Week Ahead for the Stock Market - October 31st, 2011

The week ahead will see the bulls continuing their onslaught, with the technical backdrops as support on many fronts, but there is still work to be done to further pressure the shorts and/or drive sideline cash into the equity market.

The Week Ahead for the Stock Market - October 24th, 2011

The week ahead sees the bulls ready to charge, but there are potential risks to be considered.

The Week Ahead for the Stock Market - October 17th, 2011

The week ahead promises to be busy, with a big slate of earnings reports on tap. Panic might finally be starting to subside on Wall Street, according to evidence that selling has reached climactic ... continue reading

The Week Ahead for the Stock Market – October 10th, 2011

The week ahead poses many outcome scenarios ….particularly after last week started with a push to new lows, that scared the bulls tremendously, with another threat of an escalating freefall, then.....

The Week Ahead - Outlook – October 3rd, 2011

Oct 3, 2011 ... As we enter this week's trading, the SPX remains locked in the same volatile trading range that has been in place since early August.

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