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Markets in holding pattern ahead of Greek vote

Don’t expect fireworks on Wall Street today ahead of the 4th of July holiday weekend. Investors are in wait-and-see mode until they learn the results of Sunday’s bailout referendum in Greece. 341 more words


Wall Street weighs Fed's next move after jobs data

The economy created 223,000 new jobs in June, a tad below estimates but in Wall Street’s sweet spot, as it shows the labor market and economy continues to heal. 497 more words


Robust jobs report could instill confidence

Due to the Fourth of July market shutdown Friday, the monthly employment report dubbed “Jobs Friday” will be renamed “Jobs Thursday.”

But the latest update on the health of the U.S. 271 more words


Can upbeat U.S. data take focus off Greece?

With the world fixated on Greece’s debts, financial problems and broken-down talks with its creditors, it’s tough to find market- or economy-related news that can supplant nervous investors thoughts over what might happen if the Greek drama turns into a tragedy. 271 more words


Market Musings: #Grexit

I’ve done the same routine I’ve done for the last two week’s. I went to StreetEye to look at the top articles for the day and similar to the last two week’s Greece is dominating the headlines. 392 more words



Current Positions  (No Changes)

I(Intl) – exit; S(Small Cap) – exit; C(S&P) –exit

F(bonds) – up to 50%; G (money market) – remainder

Weekly Momentum Indicator (WMI) last 4 weeks, thru 06/30/15… 1,495 more words


Frenchmen Art Market, New Orleans

Frenchmen Art Market
619 Frenchmen St, New Orleans

It’s not an enormous market. It’s not world renown. It’s not packed to the proverbial rafters every Saturday morning. 134 more words