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The Stock Market Bottom – Is It Here?
October 04, 2015

The Stock Market Bottom – Is It Here?

Last week was another wild ride on the stock market roller-coaster – and even though there are signs pointing to a stock market bottom during the ride being reached, there still seems to be many fundamentals in poor health causing an upset – which will lead to further high volatility and big daily and intra-day swings in the immediate future before the rally gains strength again.....

.....Historically, on average, the stock market “likes to let off a little steam” each year with a 10 percent, or more, correction; the last which was in 2011. Looking at the present, the Standard & Poor's 500 index dropped 12 percent in August, which counts as a correction. This means that the correction was definitely overdue.....

.....To back up this optimism of a stock market bottom and a rally continuation – by observing the S&P 500 chart an obvious “W” – double-bottom – is forming.....READ MORE.....

5th October, 2015
The Week Ahead In The Stock Market – Some Thoughts, Possibilities and Probabilities!

The week ahead in the stock market will probably continue to be volatile, but there is a likely possibility that a bottom is forming according to technical data.

Third-quarter earnings season will start off later in the week, with Alcoa (AA) reporting quarterly results after the close on Thursday. PepsiCo, along with other companies will also be reporting. Earnings are expected to decline 3.9 percent for the S&P 500, according to Thomson Reuters.

Also, for the week ahead in the stock market, on the economic front, the highlight will be Thursday afternoon's release of the Federal Open Market Committee (FOMC) meeting minutes – this will be examined closely by investors in trying to determine when a rate hike may be expected.

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