Archive for September 2011

Let’s Do The Twist (Financial Week in Review, 9/19-9/23)

As of Monday, stocks and commodities have begun to recover from last week’s brutal fall. When trading closed yesterday, the major U.S. indexes had regained about one third of last week’s losses. Gold, silver, and copper, all of which had been riding out a four day losing streak, also began a slow but steady recovery.…

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Friday Nerdy Stuff

That’s definitely how futures trading software should not be created. Hire the professional software development company.

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A Winning Week on Wall Street and Worldwide

Yes, stocks remained higher all week for the first time in nearly two months. Friday also brought this quarter’s “Quadruple Witching,” when contracts expire for stock index futures, stock index options, stock options and single stock futures on a single day. The biggest winner was the Nasdaq, which gained 6.3% percent for the week. The…

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Friday Nerdy Stuff

TGIF! We’re opening up a weekly Friday feature here, that would entertain you with some nerdy stuff that we create, share and enjoy. This week it is a visualization of repository of one of our projects. Check this out:

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Financial Week in Review, September 5-9, 2011

Another week of worldwide volatility ends with the Dow dropping more than 300 points on Friday, with all major U.S. Indexes closing in the red. In fact, nearly every stock index closed lower than it did last week. Bank of America has proposed cutting approximately 40,000 jobs nationwide as part of a corporate restructuring plan…

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The Week That Never Happened

As many Americans were looking forward to starting the long Labor Day weekend in the United States, markets worldwide began sliding again on Friday. HAPPY LABOR DAY Ironically timed with Labor Day, the U.S. Department of Labor reported zero job growth for the first time in over 66 years. The last time the numbers came…

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