The Stock Market Will Start To Fall In July? The Dow Plummeted …

The Stock Market Will Start To Fall In July? The Dow Plummeted More Than 500 Points Last Week
By Michael Snyder, on July 26th, 2015Was last week a preview of things to come? There are quite a few people out there that believe that the stock market would begin to decline in July, and that appears to be precisely what […]

Obama tells Marc Maron he saved the stock market – Business Insider

Jay Yarow

Jun. 25, 2015, 1:45 PM

REUTERS/Jim YoungObama in 2009.President Barack Obama says he saved the American economy … and its stock market.Obama did a victory lap on comedian Marc Maron’s podcast, WTF, earlier this week, and he said people’s lives are better today than they were four years ago, which is ultimately the goal of any presidency. “I can answer unequivocally, ‘Are […]

STTG Market Recap November 10, 2014 – Stock Trading To Go

We continue to see bull market action as a quiet morning led to dip buyers emerging in the afternoon again.  The S&P 500 gained 0.31% and the NASDAQ 0.41%.  there was little in the way of news – this is just a classic melt up.The NASDAQ has been consolidating for a week and a half after a big surge.  Meanwhile, […]

Social media sentiment analysis on Barack Obama – EaseSocial

Analysis of people’s perception on Barack ObamaThe first African American president of the United States, Barack Obama, was re-elected as the president in 2013. Obama defeated Mitt Romney in the November’2012 elections and took oath as the president on 20 January’2013. Since then, the sentiments of not only the US citizens but people all over the world have kept […]

Stock Market Hits Record High of 16,000 Under 'Terrible Socialist …

David Plouffe, 2008 campaign manager for Barack Obama, isn’t going to miss this opportunity. When the Dow Jones hit 16,000 for the first time Monday morning, Plouffe tweeted, “DJIA 6443 March 6 2009. DJIA 16000+ Nov 18 2013. That terrible socialist, @BarackObama.”The Dow Jones industrial average hit 16,000 for the first time this morning, and the Nasdaq began within 15 […]

Social Media Debate Sentiment Less Critical of Obama than Polls …

Social media came to a much different initial verdict about the first presidential debate than did the early polls and the conventional press, according to an analysis of the conversation on Twitter, Facebook and blogs by the Pew Research Center’s Project for Excellence in Journalism. On both Twitter and Facebook, the conversation was much more critical of Mitt Romney than it […]