Sunday, February 17, 2013

Lumbering along at 14K

The Dow has been lumbering along after touching 14K at the first of this month.


It’s hard to say that not much happened this week when Wal-Mart dropped 2% lower in triple volume. A Bloomberg story said Wal-Mart was seeing the weakest sales start for a month in seven years, thanks to the payroll tax increase. Hopefully this will be temporary…if is was truly a root cause

What did I see in my weekend review?

The 10-yr Treasury yield is at 2.00, just continuing its slow steady rise

IBD (Investor Business Daily): Confirmed Uptrend.  

Copernicus Systems: is Long

Moneys Flows:  slightly trending downward this week

Currently my "Stocks for a Trade" now consists of:
(All gains or losses shown are the total since purchase)
RGR +6.43%

ETF’s for a trade are:
XLF +6.67%
SPY +4.32%
GLD  -3.26%
EWZ -1.41% still on the block to sell, hoping for a little pop 
AGQ -10.62% Ouch!

What will I do?
Spend available time working on a review of my Dividend Payers, first looking at performance of existing holdings, next will check these against new stocks on the watch list.

Have a great week.

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