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From: Jim Battaglia3/4/2012 6:28:12 AM
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Let's look at several markets and what I expect the markets to do. Of course you need to do your due diligence on each.

Here goes:

The dollar looks to continue to go higher for the next month
Silver with a few pull backs looks to go higher
Europe heading down
Energy heading down
Oil looks to be bottoming and then a rally
Russell may test highs then pull back
Technology may see a rollover in two weeks after the Apple call
Finance higher with lots of volatility
S&P may move up slightly then a rollover

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From: Jim Battaglia3/6/2012 4:51:53 PM
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From: Jim Battaglia3/7/2012 3:39:16 AM
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SIgnal models are 50% Equity levels.

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From: Jim Battaglia3/7/2012 3:42:36 AM
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Materials on a sell based on PRISM

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From: Jim Battaglia3/23/2012 12:09:03 AM
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Since numbers can often speak better than words, here is the percentage of funds that were outperformed by their benchmarks over the past five years:
  • Domestic Large-Cap Stock Funds: 61.93%
  • Domestic Small-Cap Funds: 72.56%
  • Domestic Real Estate Funds: 70.24%
  • International Stock Funds: 77.98%
  • Emerging Market Funds: 82.89%
  • Government Long-Term Bond Funds: 93.62%
  • Investment Grade Long-Term Bond Funds: 96.77%
  • High Yield Funds: 96.06%
  • General Municipal Debt Funds: 90.24%

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From: Jim Battaglia3/25/2012 5:11:11 AM
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Market last week was mixed


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From: Jim Battaglia3/29/2012 7:07:49 AM
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U.S. stocks were poised for a lower open Thursday as a string of weak economic reports sparked concerns over growth on both sides of the Atlantic. The Dow Jones industrial average ( INDU), S&P 500 ( SPX) and Nasdaq ( COMP) futures were slightly lower. Stock futures indicate the possible direction of the markets when they open at 9:30 a.m. ET.

Investors head into Thursday hoping to shake off a disappointing report on durable goods orders, with a revised GDP estimate and initial jobless claims data due.

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From: Jim Battaglia4/2/2012 8:36:23 AM
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With the first quarter of 2012 on the books, stocks managed to make one more final push this week, posting its best quarterly gains in more than a decade. Better-than-expected U.S. economic data coupled with positive news from the Euro zone sent equities rallying: the Dow Jones gained 0.5%, Nasdaq was up 4 points, and the S&P rose 0.4% during Friday’s trading session. This latest surge was in part due to positive U.S. consumer spending data, which was announced to have increased in the month of February. Despite experiencing significant volatility, gold futures also managed to stay out of the red, posting a 6% gain for the first quarter. Another developing market trend seen this quarter is the surge in a highly risky, but lucrative segment of the market: junk bonds. As investors continue satisfy their riskier appetites, junk bonds have experienced enormous inflows and in turn have handsomely compensated investors

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From: Jim Battaglia4/5/2012 5:31:25 AM
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New video, "What Should I do" is now posted. There has been some changes in the market and you need to know about them.

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From: Jim Battaglia4/5/2012 6:48:35 AM
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New Prism and Sentiment videos are updated. See the changes.

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