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Stocks Aim for Third Week of Gains...
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Stocks Aim for Third Week of Gains...
For the second week in a row, stocks posted a gain at the closing bell on the final trading day of the week last week. Investors are anticipating 3 for 3 as the new week begins on Monday. Over the past two weeks stocks have rallied higher by nearly 4%. The Dow Jones Industrial Average and the S&P 500 have hosted gains for at least eight out of the past ten weeks. Individual portfolios should start to feel the love, if the gains continue. With evident signs of improvement in Consumer Sentiment, Main Street Americans too, are seeing the start of brighter things to come, slowly but surely. Consumer Sentiment - which covers how consumers view their personal finances as well as business and buying conditions - now sits at a four month high. Although the latest unemployment data has not shown much sign of improvement, an increase in the speed of economic recovery will take time and a whole lot of patience. Americans must enhance resilience despite the ongoing challenges our economic conditions have formatted in front of all of us.


The Fed, QE3 and Economic Growth...
With the Federal Reserve on the move again with a third round of bond purchases, we could likely see the beginning of an improvement in overall economic growth - at least that's what Bernanke and Company are hoping for. The anemic labor market needs a huge boost and the Fed is looking to do whatever it takes and for however long it takes, to create that boost. The Fed will continue with bond purchases for however long it takes, to see the beginning of a stabilization in the jobs market. The FOMC is prepared to increase purchases of agency mortgage-backed-securities (MBS) to get the job done when improvement is evident, in the jobs front. Economic recovery begins with jobs. An increase in good paying jobs will result in an increase in spending by consumers, across the board which will eventually lead to economic growth.



Facebook, Buy, Hold or Just Dump It…
Chief Executive Mark Zuckerberg appears to be giving all he's got to try and undo the damage done to the company and the moral of employees with restricted stock grants. Zuckerberg is now saying it’s a good time to 'double down' on Facebook. The fact that Zuckerberg is now willing to play ball with Wall Street will have a tangible benefit to the stock price. There is little doubt that there will be a large enough number of Facebook mobile users who enjoy seeing ads on their Smartphone or tablets, to get share price at or near for that matter, of opening IPO day.



CEO's for Zynga and Electronic Arts Butt Heads…
The ongoing growing dispute between Zynga and Electronic Arts shows no signs of slowing down, any time soon. The battle is likely to soon wreak havoc on share price of both companies. In a claim filed in U.S. District Court in San Francisco, Zynga accused EA of undertaking “an anticompetitive and unlawful scheme to stop Zynga from hiring its employees and to restrain the mobility of EA employees in violation of the spirit of the antitrust laws and California public policy.” In the lawsuit, Zynga alleges that EA’s lawyers sought an agreement that would prevent it from hiring more employees from EA. This came after high-profile departures such as John Schappert, who had been EA’s chief operating officer, leaving to take a similar position at Zynga under Chief Executive Mark Pincus in 2011. Soon thereafter, Zynga hired another EA exec, Jeff Karp, to be Zynga’s chief marketing officer. In the original suit, EA had claimed that, after seeing the success of “The Sims Social” on Facebook, “Zynga turned to its well-known competitive playbook: ‘Steal someone else’s game. Change its name.'"


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