إتجاه السوق اليوم الجمعه

الموضوع في 'السوق الأمريكي للأوراق الماليه' بواسطة المؤشر, بتاريخ ‏1 أكتوبر 2004.

  1. المؤشر

    المؤشر المشرف العام مشرف

    التسجيل:
    ‏30 أغسطس 2001
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    الكويت
    سيصدر اليوم العديد من التقارير الإقتصاديه وسيكون لها تأثير عى إتجاه السوق :

    1. Auto Sales& Truck Sales
    2. Mich Sentiment-Rev.
    3. Construction Spending
    4. ISM Index

    على شارت 60 دقيقه لايزال الناسداك يحاول إجتياز منطقة المقاومه عند 1900 وإذا نجح في ذلك سيكون الهدف 1920 تقريباً وإذا فشل في تجاوز 1900 سيتراجع إلى 1860 خلال ايام قليله
     

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  2. SAIFY

    SAIFY عضو جديد

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    Wall Street Seen Higher as Oil Dips
    October 01, 2004 09:07:00 AM ET



    By Michael Flaherty

    NEW YORK (Reuters) - U.S. stock futures rose steadily throughout the morning, pointing to a higher market open on Friday, as sliding oil prices were a welcome sign for investors on the opening day of the fourth quarter.

    Shares of software company PeopleSoft Inc. (PSFT) rose in pre-market trade after the company said its board had decided to remove Craig Conway as president and chief executive immediately.

    TiVo Inc. (TIVO) shares also jumped higher in pre-market trade after the television recording technology company announced a development deal with online movie rental company Netflix Inc. (NFLX).

    Among the chatter on Wall Street was talk of the presidential debates on Thursday night in Miami. Wall Street widely regards President Bush's re-election as good for the stock market, and all eyes were on the president to see how he matched up against his opponent, John Kerry. Barry Hyman, chief investment strategist at Ehrenkrantz, King, Nussbaum said that part of the positive market sentiment this morning may be due to last night's presidential debate.

    ``Last night's debate did not indicate a clear winner,'' Hyman said, indicating a positive sign for President Bush.

    Oil prices slid on Friday, giving some relief to the market, as rising energy costs and their impact on corporate profits have remained a key focus for investors.

    U.S. light crude (CLc1) slid 32 cents to $49.32 a barrel, holding below the psychologically sensitive $50 level. Earlier in the week, crude prices hit a record high of $50.47 on supply concerns stemming from Nigeria.

    S&P 500 futures were up 4.60 points, above fair value accounting for dividends, interest rates and time to expiration on the contract, indicating the market would open higher.

    Dow Jones industrial index futures were up 39 points, while Nasdaq 100 futures rose 12.50 points.

    ``The market trades off of crude,'' said Daniel Fox, a trader at First Albany Corp., indicating that lower oil prices were boosting stocks.

    Investors may get some direction from economic data expected during the session. The University of Michigan's U.S. consumer sentiment survey is due at 9:45 a.m. EDT (1345 GMT) with economists surveyed by Reuters expecting a slight rise.

    The ISM survey of U.S. manufacturing and U.S. construction spending data are scheduled for 10 a.m. EDT. Economists surveyed by Reuters expect the survey to show a dip of 1 point on the ISM compared to the previous month.

    On Thursday, the Dow Jones industrial average closed down 55.97 points, or 0.55 percent at 10,080.27, dragged down by Merck & Co Inc. (MRK). The company announced a global withdrawal of a key company drug, sending its stock down 26 percent. Shares of the company rose 1.5 percent in pre-market trade on Friday.

    The Standard & Poor's 500 Index ended a hair down while the technology-heavy Nasdaq Composite Index ended higher for the third consecutive day.

    ``Even with the announcement from Merck, the markets were reasonably firm yesterday,'' said Mike Lenhoff, chief strategist & head of research, Brewin Dolphin Securities Ltd.

    U.S. stocks may also be riding the coat tails of climbing European and Japanese shares. Britain's FTSE 100 share index rallied more than 1 percent to just shy of a two-year high, led by gains from bank, telecom and oil stocks.

    © 2004 Reuters
     
  3. الشعثاني

    الشعثاني عضو مميز

    التسجيل:
    ‏20 مارس 2003
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    ** بلاد الورد **



    After Market Report

    Summary of This Week’s Trading



    The story of the Bulls and the Bears


    In January the S&P put in a top and for the two months that followed this top was confirmed by the formation of a triple top formation. Then, over the subsequent 6 months the S&P and the market in general proceeded to trade in a tight channel making life very difficult for us momentum traders. In July the bears appeared to be gaining the upper hand as they pulled the Nasdaq down through its 200-day average and took it out of a similar trading channel. The outlook for the market looked quite bleak at this time

    Then, in August the Nasdaq rallied and in September it regained its footing above its 200-day average. By the end of September, however, the S&P had climbed back to the top of its channel and the Nasdaq appeared to have lost momentum. It seemed that once again the bulls and the bears were at an impasse with the bears having a slight upper hand as selling looked to continue from the top of the trading channel back down to the bottom. The Dow was already leading the way leaving us momentum traders once again with little hope for a breakthrough that would give us a trend to trade

    But alas! The bulls had a trick up their sleeves. They let the bears think that they were once again on the ropes and ready to cede a minor victory when on Friday they let loose in Rockyesque fashion and hit the bears hard knocking them back on their feet. In what looks like the first punch by the bulls in a 1-2 combination the bears are almost knocked out of the game here

    On Monday we will find out if the bulls follow through with the second punch that will completely end the game for the bears

    For those of you who are not big on sports analogies, we’ll state this more simply. The S&P surprised nearly everyone on Friday by rallying on good volume to close the day outside of the 6-month trading channel that had kept trades strangled. The Nasdaq, following close behind, rallied out of a holding pattern at its 200-day average. If the S&P follows through on Monday, we have a whole new playing field in front of us

    It cannot be overstated how significant such a breakout can be for the outlook of our future trades. If the bears can be taken out of the game here we will once again find that breakout stocks are following through for real gains (as opposed to being strangled and failing at the outset). We will once again find high consolidation stocks that allow us to jump on for parabolic moves. We will once again find useful trends that allow for high probability gains with low risk

    So, here we sit expectantly crossing our fingers for a Monday knockout blow

     
  4. الشعثاني

    الشعثاني عضو مميز

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    الشعثاني عضو مميز

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