Category Archives: Weekly Summary

Nov 21 – Nov 25 Summary

The S&P 500 has changed from 1,215.82 to 1,159.91 (-4.60%). My portfolio value has changed from $59,171.37 to $59,847.19 (+1.14%)

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Nov 14 – Nov 18 Summary

Investors, fund managers have come to their senses this week. European politicians have stalled on acting. No dramatically changes were announced. Well I guess that was all they could have done (firing the two PMs). There weren’t good headlines from Europe. … Continue reading

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Nov 7 – Nov 11 Summary

Italian interest rates surging above the 7% made huge selloffs on the markets on Wednesday. Once again headlines continue to dominate markets mood. The markets, however, quickly recovered from Wednesday’s damages after several rumors that Italian Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi would resign if a … Continue reading

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Oct 31 – Nov 4 Summary

The market had a rough first week in November marking its first weekly loss since September. The S&P 500 has changed from 1,284.96 to 1,253.23 (-2.46%). Greece continues to make the press headlines. Market sentiment has been relying on Greek news which … Continue reading

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Oct 24 – Oct 28 Summary

What a remarkable week for bulls! The S&P 500 gained 47 points from 1,238 to 1,285 (+3.79%). Short sellers were crushed out by two perfect bull traps on Wednesday, Oct. 26, one at 11am and the other at 1:15pm. The rally carried … Continue reading

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