Holiday Linking

Nov 28, 2008: 10:15 AM CST

I hope everyone had an excellent Thanksgiving!  Let’s end the week by checking out a few links courtesy NewsFlashr Business and Blog section to head us into perhaps an early weekend.

The StockMasters asks is Google (GOOG) stuck at $250 a share?

Bespoke Group shows research which declares this The Most Volatile Market Ever.  They report that the average absolute daily performance change of the S&P over the last 50 days has been 3.82%, or almost a 4.0% range per day!  The last time this happened – daily volatility at 3.5% – was in 1933.

Brian Shannon of AlphaTrends shows a video he posted last year in which he explained “…this could be the beginning of a multi-year decline for the markets” in his post “One Year Ago Today.”

Barry Ritholtz of “The Big Picture” shows us the multi-year Case-Shiller (Housing) Index and notes the severity of the recent decline in “Case-Shiller Index Falls 17.4%“.

Investment Postcards asks, “Is the tide turning for stocks?” as well as Does the stock market rally have legs?” They share research, summaries of global stock market returns, and notes that the last four days of returns at just over 18% in the S&P 500 has been the largest four-day surge since… the Great Depression.

VIX and More notes activity in Recent Gold Volatility.

Rob Hanna of Quantifiable Edges examines The Dangers Of Shorting Near A Potential Bottom as well as whether or not there is a Thanksgiving Edge.

Chris Perruna wonders whether or not Oil [is] a Value Buy? He provides charts as well as listing ETFs to trade bullish and bearish biases.

The StockChartist explains “Golden Cross” and OBV: An Update and describes how this scan can help find potential winners.

PhilsStockWorld describes some news behind key stocks in Investors lose appetite for fresh stimulus package as Caterpillar bears growl.

StockTickr posted a few videos on their automated trading robot which show it in action – interesting!

The Bonddad Blog examines Commodities in a weekly round-up posted Wednesday.

Enjoy the holidays!

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  1. ???? Says:

    Probably one of the hardest things anyone can do is try and learn something new. Congrats to anyone who tries.