In My Mind's Zen Garden
  • Live Blogging the “Closing Bell” on CNBC: Technical Tuesday

    12:01pm – The Stock Market is experiencing a modest rally today and perhaps breaking a 4 day losing streak. Once again, concerns over the Euro Crisis are being discussed. As usual, “Europe has been dictating the market in the United States”. 12:05pm – “Buy now or buy later?” “Every

  • Angelina Jolie Salt
    The Angelina Jolie Stock Index (AJSI)

    Angelina Jolie is no doubt one of the most beautiful women in the world. An Academy Award winning actress, Angelina Jolie is known the world over for her humanitarian work and is one of the most influential celebrities in the world. I’ve been doing research on what is referred

  • Live Blogging “Street Signs” on CNBC: Monday Monday Edition

    11:02am – “Summer Swoon followed by a Fall Rally” is what CNBC is predicting, based on charts from previous years. “Are we looking at Deja Vu?” Interesting… 11:06am – The DOW down more than 1% in 2012. 11:08am – U.S. stocks have fallen in 4 of the past 5

  • Live Blogging the Stock Market on CNBC: 1st of June Edition

    11:01am – The Stock Market has taken a major plunge today! The Jobs Report was dismal as well at only 165,000+ jobs, year-to-date. President Obama spoke “live” at a Honeywell Plant in Minnesota in response to the Jobs Report, but stocks fell further during his speech. Mitt Romney was

  • Live Blogging the Stock Market on CNBC: End of May Edition

    10:05am – I’m monitoring stocks as usual, but thought I’d experiment again and blog the market on CNBC. It’s the end of May and let’s face it, it hasn’t been a great month for the stock market. An hour ago the stock market indices were all in the negative,

  • The Closing Bell: Investing Notes, Facebook IPO

    It’s the final hour of trading. The stock market is definitely on the downside. Again, talks about the Euro Crisis, the plight of Greece and Spain, weigh heavily on the U.S. stock market, bringing it down. On a positive note, housing prices have gone up a bit. CNBC once


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