By: Rob Black - Mon, 16 Jul 2012 12:28:15 -0800
Winner: Earnings Season Looks WorrisomeWinner: Citigroup Beats Analysts’ EstimatesLoser: Retail Purchases in U.S. Unexpectedly Decrease 0.5%Loser: I.M.F. Clips Global Growth Forecast for 2013 to 3.9%Loser: Visa Settlement Frees Consumers To Pay MoreWinner: AMC Networks Stock “Breaking Bad”Loser: Apple’s Siri Slammed in N.Y. Times Loser: Microsoft Splits From MSNBC Winner: Zuckerberg’s Has 30 Year Mortgage
Quick Note . . . I despise anyone who refers to themselves as an Investment Coach.
Pay attention to earnings this week as there are multiple insights into various themes (U.S. economy, European Economy, Asia, China, Growth vs Value, etc . . . These are the companies that I will be watching Tuesday
Coca-Cola Goldman Sachs Johnson and Johnson Intel
Bank of AmericaAmerican Express eBay IBM
Johnson Controls Morgan Stanley Google Microsoft
General Electric Ingersoll-Rand
Winner: Citigroup Beats Analysts’ Estimates
Loser: Retail Purchases in U.S. Unexpectedly Decrease 0.5%
Loser: $6 Billion Visa Settlement Frees Consumers To Pay More
The $6 billion Visa settlement.
Loser: Apple’s Siri Slammed in N.Y. Times
Loser: Microsoft Splits From MSNBC
Monthly principal and interest mortgage payments on the $5.95 million loan would start at $19,275.
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