There wasn't much change in allocations over the past week for either the Top 50 or the Total Tracker. Here's this week's charts:
The Top 50 had pulled back a bit going into the past Monday's action, and that paid off considering the hard selling pressure we had that day. But then the market did a huge reversal on Tuesday, which more than made up those losses and added to those gains as the week went
How to Link Your AutoTracker Account to Your Account Talk Thread
A little manual labor is needed on your part to link your AutoTracker Account to your Account Talk Thread. Here's how to do it:
1) Go to your Account Talk Thread (if you have one).
2) Make note of the thread number in the URL (link). It is the number to the right of the (?) question mark in the link
Serious Question Marks Stocks rallied last week on some strong earnings reports, and despite some shaky economic data and of course the ongoing uncertainty of the debt negotiations.
For the TSP, the C-fund was up 2.22% for the week, the S-fund gained 1.71%, and the I-fund jumped 3.39% helped by weakness in the dollar. Bonds (F-fund) slipped 0.05%, and the G-fund was up 0.05%. For the
It was a fairly quiet day for the markets, although the major averages did see some moderate weakness earlier in the trading session. But that didn't last too long as the indexes traded back up to chop along the neutral line for most of the balance of the day. At the close, the results were mixed as the Dow dropped 0.34%, with the Nasdaq and S&P 500 posted gains of 0.86% and 0.09% respectively. And what began as a very bearish start for the market in
Testing the upper range - Another nice rally on Wall Street yesterday, after the one day pause on Wednesday. The Dow jumped 152.5 points; Its second triple digit gain of the week despite being less than two-weeks from a possible U.S. default. The market seems to always keep us guessing... Current Daily Market Commentary Market Commentary for 7/22/11