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  1. #1
    Secondo Barton Biggs si è in una fase di panico finanziario , ma presto potrebbe iniziare un rialzo di 1000 punti dell' indice Dow Jones IA

    http://www.bloomberg.com/apps/news?p...lJc&refer=home

    Biggs, a former Morgan Stanley strategist who now runs the $1.5 billion hedge fund Traxis Partners LLC, said stock markets from Germany to Hong Kong may bottom out soon after tumbling this year. Biggs's prediction in March 2007 that U.S. stocks were near a low preceded a 16 percent rally in the Dow average during the next four months. His forecast that the Dow would climb as much as 19 percent in 2007 overshot its actual gain by almost 13 percentage points.



    http://www.etf.it/quotes/details.php?code=FR0007056841

    http://finance.yahoo.com/q/hl?s=DVY

  2. #2
    Bisognerà vedere da che livelli partirà l' ipotetico rialzo di 1000 punti del DJIA ...

  3. #3
    Il nuovo responsabile di Goldman Sachs per le previsioni annuali e di breve terime sul mercato azionario Americano, David Kostin, ipotizza un calo dello S&P500 a 1160 punti prima di un rialzo fino a 1380 entro la fine dell' anno

    http://www.bloomberg.com/apps/news?p...7ek&refer=home


    http://www.reuters.com/article/ousiv...dChannel=10010

    Oggi ci sarà la decisione della FED sui tassi di interessi e in tale occasione spesso il mercato USA è caratterizzato da una certa volatilità.

  4. #4
    Citazione Originariamente Scritto da foxvestor
    Secondo Barton Biggs si è in una fase di panico finanziario , ma presto potrebbe iniziare un rialzo di 1000 punti dell' indice Dow Jones IA

    http://www.bloomberg.com/apps/news?p...lJc&refer=home

    Biggs, a former Morgan Stanley strategist who now runs the $1.5 billion hedge fund Traxis Partners LLC, said stock markets from Germany to Hong Kong may bottom out soon after tumbling this year. Biggs's prediction in March 2007 that U.S. stocks were near a low preceded a 16 percent rally in the Dow average during the next four months. His forecast that the Dow would climb as much as 19 percent in 2007 overshot its actual gain by almost 13 percentage points.



    http://www.etf.it/quotes/details.php?code=FR0007056841

    http://finance.yahoo.com/q/hl?s=DVY
    Un link con il video dell' intervista a Barton Biggs di venerdì sera.

    http://www.clipsyndicate.com/publish...n_biggs?wpid=0

    ``We're setting up for a really big rally. I don't mean three or four hundred points on the Dow, I mean 1,000 points on the Dow. I don't know if we're going to get it next week or the week after. But this thing has gotten crazy and is overdone.''

    Tra lunedì e ieri dal minimo il Dow Jones è salito di circa 600 punti.

  5. #5
    20 Marzo.
    U.S. Stocks Rally

    Other banks and brokerage firms also advanced after Punk Ziegel & Co. analyst Richard Bove wrote in a research note that ``the financial crisis is over'' and the declines in shares of banks created a ``once in a generation opportunity to buy bank stocks.''

    ``We're coming very close to a market bottom,'' Peter Sorrentino, who helps manage about $15 billion at Huntington Asset Management in Cincinnati, said in an interview on Bloomberg Radio. ``We've been developing a list of financial stocks.''


    http://www.bloomberg.com/apps/news?p...7Ps&refer=home

  6. #6
    Commenti settimanali sulla situazione tecnica del mercato azionario americano, dei principali indici USA

    http://www.raymondjames.com/technical_commentary.asp

  7. #7
    Era dal 1933 che il Dow Jones IA non era protagonista di un rally pari o superiore a quello memorabile di ieri

    http://articles.moneycentral.msn.com...es-101308.aspx

  8. #8
    Secondo Barton Biggs le azioni USA ed Europee sono molto a buon mercato. La stessa cosa si può dire per le azioni di alcuni paesi emergenti.
    Alcune società Americane a grande capitalizzazione e di elevata qualità sono le più convenienti (CSCO, MSFT, PG, ...) .
    I prezzi delle azioni scontano un tale livello di disperazione, il livello di pessimismo è già tale che in uno dei prossimi giorni, anche se il mondo stesse andando all' inferno ci sarebbe un tremendo rialzo dei mercati azionari.
    Quando Biggs disse qualcosa di analogo in marzo le borse stavano toccando un fondo prima di un rialzo molto deciso e prima di un periodo positivo durato circa due mesi.


    Oct. 24 (Bloomberg) -- U.S. and European stocks are ``very, very cheap'' after the Standard & Poor's 500 Index lost 40 percent this year, the worst annual drop since 1931, according to Barton Biggs, managing partner at hedge fund Traxis Partners LLC.

    ``U.S. and European markets have blown out to record levels of attractiveness versus bonds,'' Biggs said in an interview with Bloomberg Television. ``We're at very, very cheap levels.''

    The S&P 500 trades for 11 times estimated profit for the next 12 months, while Europe's Dow Jones Stoxx 600 Index fetches 7.7 times earnings, according to data compiled by Bloomberg. The S&P 500's dividend yield is 3.46 percent, compared with the 10- year Treasury yield of 3.69 percent, the data show.

    ``One of these days, even if the world is going to hell, we will have a tremendous run-up,'' said Biggs, 75. ``There is an extreme level of pessimism and almost despair. As long as I have been in the business, those have always been good signs.''

    The investor said large, ``high-quality'' U.S. companies including Cisco Systems Inc., 3M Co. and Procter & Gamble Co. are the cheapest in the world. ``And if you've really got the intestinal fortitude, these emerging markets have been absolutely crushed,'' he said.


    Russian shares are ``dirt cheap'' because oil has plunged more than 50 percent in less than four months and Prime Minister Vladimir Putin ``acted like a jerk,'' Biggs said. The hedge-fund manager also said he favors India because it will be ``the next China.''

    Russia's Micex index has retreated 73 percent in 2008, while India's Sensitive Index lost 57 percent. Both measures had surged sixfold since the end of 2002.

    http://www.bloomberg.com/avp/avp.htm...fO1Mo3xn38.asf

  9. #9
    Last update: 4:31 p.m. EDT Oct. 28, 2008
    NEW YORK (MarketWatch) -- U.S. stocks blasted higher Tuesday afternoon, wiping away a week's worth of steep losses, as the Dow Jones Industrial Average jumped nearly 900 points - its second biggest daily point gain ever - as bargain hunters flooded the market.

    With a notable late-afternoon "lack of selling pressure, the buyers began to ride in on their horses, and that brought in some additional buyers and short-covering," said Robert Pavlik, chief investment officer at Oaktree Asset Management.

    Volume on the New York Stock Exchange topped 1.7 billion, with advancing stocks overriding those declining more than 4 to 1. On the Nasdaq, nearly 1.3 billion shares traded, and advancers topped decliners 2 to 1.

    Short-term borrowing costs continued to fall, but at a slow pace, with the three-month London interbank offered rate, or Libor, for dollar loans down to 3.465% from 3.5075 on Monday.
    The Fed's interest-rate setting committee begins deliberations Tuesday afternoon at the start of its two-day meeting, with expectations for a half-point cut to bring the federal funds rate to 1% -- which would be its lowest level since June 2004. Read The Fed.
    The U.S. central bank rarely makes announcements on the first day of its meetings, but after this month's global coordinated rate cut, traders are on alert for an early move.
    And, the Bank of Japan is leaning toward cutting its benchmark interest rate by a quarter percentage point to 0.25% to help support a domestic economy battered by a strong yen and falling stock prices, according to a published report.

    "If Japan can get the yen pushed lower, that would take away some of the selling pressure," said Pavlik

    http://www.marketwatch.com/news/stor...ist=TNMostRead

  10. #10
    Martedì 28 Ottobre 2008, 23:10

    RALLY MOZZAFIATO A WALL STREET.


    Tutti i titoli del Dow Jones hanno chiuso con il segno più e tra i migliori segnaliamo Alcoa (NYSE: AA - notizie) , con un rally del 19,25%, tallonato da Boeing (NYSE: BA) che ha messo a segno un guadagno del 15,46% grazie all'accordo raggiunto con i macchinisti che ha permesso di fermare lo sciopero dei lavoratori.
    Shopping su General Motors (NYSE: GM ) che è salito del 14,68% nonostante il taglio del rating deciso da Moody's sul debito di lungo termine. Il titolo è stato sostenuto dalle indiscrezioni secondo cui il Governo sarebbe pronto ad erogare un nuovo prestito di 5 miliardi di dollari per agevolare la fusione con Chrysler.
    Ancora denaro su Verizon (NYSE: VZ ) che all'indomani dei buoni risultati trimestrali è salito di oltre il 14%, al pari di Citigroup (NYSE: C) che si è messo in evidenza tra i finanziari. In quest'ultimo settore sono riusciti a fare molto bene anche Bank of America (NYSE: IKJ ) e Jp Morgan, in rialzo del 12,13% e del 10,59%, insieme ad American Express (NYSE: AXP - notizie) cresciuto del 10,36%. In progresso di oltre il 13% Chevron (NYSE: CVX ) ed Exxon Mobil (NYSE: XOM)

    http://it.biz.yahoo.com/28102008/92/...900-punti.html

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