Wednesday, January 27, 2010

The Kirk Report

The Kirk Report


Fed Day Fun

Posted: 27 Jan 2010 11:11 AM PST

Fed Day Fun
  • What constitutes a market correction? (dshort)

  • A technical analysis roundup (MarketFolly)

  • Looking over into the abyss? (Jutia)

  • What level of new highs is historically related to corrections? (SafeHaven)

  • How long have we really been in a bear market (TradingReport)

  • Bears stay strong (Tickerville)

  • Stocks, VIX, Obama & Uncertainty (Cumberland)

  • Is the VIX sending us a message? (DailyOptionsReport)

  • Day trade the bounce but get ready for another round of selling next week (1option)

  • State of the union preview (GoodFinancialCents)

  • Doug Kass on gaming tonight's State Of The Union (BusinessInsider)

  • Obama still has big deficit problems (Time)

  • Here's why the discretionary spending freeze is a joke (Clusterstock)

  • There are now over 2,000 federal subsidy programs (FreeMarketMojo)

  • Bernanke is too big to fail (Fortune)

  • Building a consensus for higher interest rates will prove difficult (NYT)

  • How the Fed fought for the AIG coverup (Ritholtz)

  • Too big to fail? Wow! (Imgur)

  • It's time to end the tyranny of the banks (MoneyMorning)

  • Dear Wall Street: we're sorry! (DavidWeidner)

  • Q&A with Paul Volcker (InvestmentPostcards)

  • Will the 'Volcker Rule' do anything? (NYT)

  • Why bank investors should cheer the Volcker Rule (Time)

  • Quantitative easing: we are all central planners now (JesseCafe)

  • Stimulus still offers wind at investors' backs (GuruInvestor)

  • Shoppers went over their holiday budgets (ChicagoTribune)

  • It's a bull market for using coupons (Reuters)

  • We can't spend our way out of debt bubble (Minyanville)

  • Investment outlook from Bill Gross (Pimco)

  • The latest from Jeremy Grantham (GMO)

  • Why the dollar rally has legs (TradingReport)

  • An update on the U.S. dollar bull flag (AfraidToTrade)

  • No more dollar carry trade = more focus on fundamentals (ReformedBroker)

  • Love affair with gold turns rocky (Huffington)

  • Investigating the massive consumer loan industry and what's ahead for customers and banks (Frontline)

  • New home sales back to near all-time lows (MessGreenspanMade)

  • Doomsayers believe the coming crackup in commercial real estate credit will be a replay of the residential mortgage mess. They're wrong. (TomBrown)

  • An insider's view of the real estate train wreck (Ritholtz)

  • US companies need to refinance $513 bln this year (Reuters)

  • The rules of the game have changed (NineMSN)

  • Sure-fire shorting (NYT)

  • Outraged over CEO pay and bonuses? Here are the real culprits (CSM)

  • The rise of the news-reading machines (FT)

  • Investing by the day of the month (CrossingWallStreet)

  • Small-cap stocks are seasonally strong just in January (MarkHulbert)

  • Berkshire joins list of 10 largest U.S. companies (Bespoke)

  • 12 defensive-play stocks (SharePlanner)

  • 5 stocks with magic PEG ratios (Zacks)

  • More newsletter stock hype (StockGumshoe)

  • Everybody loves the Regional Banking ETF (TradingReport)

  • A time for real-estate ETFs? (ETFdb)

  • 3 stocks with rising estimates ahead of earnings (SmartMoney)

  • 5 consumer discretionary stocks Ben Graham would love (Investopedia)

  • For after the correction, think industrial stocks (Jubak)

  • Tick tock. Which retailer is bankruptcy bound? (TheStreet)

  • Big brother stocks (WSJ)

  • A cloud computing ETF? (ReformedBroker)

  • Shocker! Analysts still love Apple (WSJ)

  • Debt won't stop the dollar unless the debt never stops (TradersLog)

  • Sometimes the best strategy is to follow your anxiety and take that ride beyond the comfort zone (TraderFeed)

  • Turning trading rules and plans into commitments (TraderFeed)

  • Finding an edge with support and resistance (MarketClub)

  • Using trend channels to find trade entries (TradingMarkets)

  • Why I add to winning positions (TradingMarkets)

  • Relative volume throughout the trading day (TraderFeed)

  • Q&A with Matthew Claassen (TradersNarrative)

  • The other side of taking a swing ahead of earnings (SharePlanner)

  • The Livermore Market Key (KHTang)

  • Tim Sykes as the pump & dump detective (CXO)

  • Unadmired stocks beat admired ones? (CXO)

  • The stock trader as an entrepreneurial predator (CrosshairsTrader)

  • Gambling, from Iowa to Soochow (Psyfitec)

  • How have the new ETFs from 2009 performed? (ETFBase)

  • How to build an ETF portfolio (TheStreet)

  • Optimizing leveraged ETF returns (TradingMarkets)

  • An inverse leveraged short ETF strategy (DarwinsFinance)

  • Using alternative investments to build a stronger portfolio (AdvisorPerspectives)

  • Nearing retirement and you need to protect your capital? One strategy to consider (CNBC)

  • Three smart, simple steps to a more financially secure retirement (MarketWatch)

  • How to calculate your net worth (DeliverAwayDebt)

  • 7 things your accountant should have told you (StacieTaxTips)

  • Teaching your kids about money doesn't always have to involve money (SelfReliance)

  • Understand the fear of failure to overcome yours (LifeHacker)

  • Why some people are most likely to succeed (Time)

  • Is there a relationship between obesity and happiness? (FreeMarketMojo)

  • Free historical data sources (WorldBeta)

  • A great Q&A of Tadas Viskanta from Abnormal Returns (HowardLindzon)

  • Using Twitter as an investment tool (Minyanville)

  • Exercise to protect aging bodies and brains (Time)

  • How to live to be 100+ (Ted)

  • "By having thought out your objective and having a strategy for getting out in case the market trend changes, you greatly increase the potential for staying in your winning positions." - Gary Bielfeldt

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