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Author Topic: Market Commentary - Jan 24, 2011  (Read 744 times)
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« on: 2011 Jan 24, 09:44:04 pm »



Another day, another slew of earnings. That's the way it goes during earnings season. There didn't seem to be any huge surprises today in the earnings reports, but tomorrow promises to be fun with the release of the Case-Shiller index for housing prices through November, 2010. The VIX continues to bounce off its double-bottom, and the Dow is reaching for 12,000.

Let's look at the numbers for today:

US Dollar ETFGoldSilverDow 30S&P 500
22.4-0.22%  1303.60-0.51%  26.85-1.83%  11,980.52+0.92%  1,290.84+0.58% 

I have to say, the long term picture is shaping up to be very interesting. The dollar is falling after hitting heavy resistance, the broad markets are up but on very little volume, and the volatility index is very low. This combination generally spells trouble. Chances are good that we will see a sizable market correction in the next couple of months. Hopefully without any flash crashes.

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