Friday, July 30, 2010

What a Crazy Trading Day!

After opening the day down after a "weak" GDP report, the market clawed it's way back into positive territory for the day.  The Wilshire 5000 closed at 11,492.90, down .04% for the year, and .54% below the 200-day moving average.  My portfolio is now 4.62% in the black for the year, and beating the market by 4.66%.  I will publish an expanded post later this weekend.

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DISCLAIMER: I started this blog as a way for people to exchange ideas relating to investing and finance, primarily. I am in no way a professional in these areas, merely a student of the financial world. The thoughts expressed on these pages have no connection to my employer in any way. Anybody reading this blog should do so with caution, exercise their own judgment, and do their own due diligence on any financial undertaking. About Me: I reside in New Jersey with my wife and my two dogs. I have a B.S. degree in Accounting with a minor in Finance, as well as an MBA in Accounting. Currently, I am employed as a forensic accountant, and am pursuing my CPA designation. I love the stock market, and picking stocks. I spend a great deal of time analyzing market data, as well as individual names.