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Home Prices Rise In May

Posted by InTheMoneyStocks.com Tuesday, July 21, 2009, 08:00PM ET

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Home Prices Rise In MayU.S. home prices rose 0.9 percent in May according to the Federal Housing Finance Agency. Home prices have dropped 5.6% in the last year, the U.S. index is now 10.7% below its peak in April 2007.
All Quiet On The Markets Front

Posted by InTheMoneyStocks.com Tuesday, July 21, 2009, 08:00PM ET

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All Quiet On The Markets FrontThe market is trading flat on the day after the dollar fell, boosting oil off the lows and giving the markets a push off the gap down.  Recently, financial stocks have started to push as WFC and MS have rallied off their lows on earnings.
Gold Ends At Six Week High

Posted by InTheMoneyStocks.com Tuesday, July 21, 2009, 08:00PM ET

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Gold Ends At Six Week HighGold futures rose Wednesday to end the session at the highest level in six weeks. August gold futures rose $6.40 to end at $953.30 an ounce, the highest settlement for a front month contract since June 11.
What A Difference A Day Makes

Posted by InTheMoneyStocks.com Tuesday, July 21, 2009, 08:00PM ET

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What A Difference A Day MakesAs of Sunday, the 19th, everyone is proclaiming the March lows have successfully been tested and the new bull market has begun. On June 11th, the market made an intra day high on the S&P at 956.23. Everything was rosy on Wall Street again. The new administration was in charge and radical change was taking place. The market seemed to have accepted the new regulations that the new leaders were putting into place. On the surface, it really appeared the President Obama's stimulus plan was working and perhaps the world can print their way out of this financial crisis. The previous administration tried three separate stimulus plans only to see more problems occur. The money seemed to have been wasted. Oil was soaring once again, as it felt like 2007 all over again. Is it really different this time? Can they really inflate this economy back to health?

On July 7th, the talking heads in the media were all proclaiming a head and shoulders top was in place and the market should decline down to the 820 level on the S&P and perhaps possibly test the March lows. On July 10th, I heard the average person talking about a 'head and shoulders' top. Head and shoulders are extremely bearish patterns. These same people who were talking about the head and shoulders top, just days before, thought it was a shampoo developed by Proctor and Gamble. All of the sudden, everyone was a market technician and an expert chartist. What happened to the green shoots from June 11th? After all, this was the first correction since the market bottomed on March 6th at the low of 666.79. It is sometimes comical how people expect things to go straight to the moon without a retrace or pullback after a 40 percent rally. This just is not the way that markets function.

On July 10th, after a one month pullback, the market seemed to be floundering. The crowd was in on the short side eagerly awaiting the big decline. The following week starting July 12th-17th was options expiration week and the markets began a massive rally. The low print on the S&P that Monday July 12th was 875.81. In just six trading days the SPX made a new closing high of 951.13. This is a move of over 8 percent and everyone is talking about green shoots again. Did you really think the shorts and the buyers of put options were really going to cash in that easily? What changed all of the sudden? What happened to retesting the lows?

In the world of trading and investing there is an old saying that should be remembered, 'the best moves come from failed moves'. Therefore, when the media or the so called market mavens are talking about a breakdown or breakout pattern to the world, rarely will you see that pattern play out. The market never does what the crowd expects. In just six short days green shoots are back and sprouting everywhere. The market has fully recaptured a full months worth of declines in less than seven trading days. The media and its talking heads are once again wearing their bull costume. Dow 10,000 is being proclaimed on every channel on the tube. I want off this bullish train ride, something stinks. What a difference a day makes!


Nicholas Santiago,
InTheMoneyStocks.com
The Leader In Market Technical Guidance



Earnings Are Mixed After The Bell From Tech Land

Posted by InTheMoneyStocks.com Tuesday, July 21, 2009, 08:00PM ET

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Earnings Are Mixed After The Bell From Tech LandAfter the bell, QCOM reported earnings that were solid but the outlook was somewhat dissapointing and did not do it for Wall Street.  It is trading lower after hours by about $2.  EBAY, ISRG and MOS also reported and are all trading slightly higher after hours.  Overall, the earnings are decent though QCOM is a little dissapointing.  Technology seems to be very overbought right now.  The rest of the market also seems overbought.


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DuPont Profit Falls

Posted by InTheMoneyStocks.com Monday, July 20, 2009, 08:00PM ET

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DuPont Profit FallsDuPont reported a sharp fall in quarterly net income, citing weak sales, restructing charges and the adverse impact of currency exchange rates. The company did beat earnings per share expectations, excluding certain items, and also reaffirmed its outlook for full year profit. They earned $417 million down from $1.08 billion a year ago. Sales fell 22 percent to $6.9 billion.
Coca-Cola Profit Falls

Posted by InTheMoneyStocks.com Monday, July 20, 2009, 08:00PM ET

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Coca-Cola Profit FallsCoca-Cola reported second quarter earnings per share that beat analysts expectations, but revenue was below estimates. The company reported a profit of 92 cents a share, down 9 percent from a year ago. Revenue fell 9 percent to $8.3 billion. Analysts predicted a profit of 89 cents a share , with revenue of $8.7 billion.
BAC AND THE BIG BANKS UNDER PRESSURE

Posted by InTheMoneyStocks.com Monday, July 20, 2009, 08:00PM ET

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BAC AND THE BIG BANKS UNDER PRESSURE
XOM IS HITTING MAJOR RESISTANCE LEVELS

Posted by InTheMoneyStocks.com Monday, July 20, 2009, 08:00PM ET

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XOM IS HITTING MAJOR RESISTANCE LEVELS
Huge Fake Breakout Nailed As Market Gaps Higher. InTheMoneyStocks.com Alerts It As A Fake.

Posted by InTheMoneyStocks.com Monday, July 20, 2009, 08:00PM ET

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Huge Fake Breakout Nailed As Market Gaps Higher. InTheMoneyStocks.com Alerts It As A Fake.

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