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Jan
5
Ida Hansen
Will 2015 be the First Year America feels Bullish?
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The Dow Jones Industrial Average (NYSE: DIA) and the Standard & Poor’s 500 Index (NYSE: SPY) have been on a bull market stampede since March 2009. But the overall American economy has not been feeling as bullish. The policies under Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke favored the stock market.  Low interest rates made stocks more […]

Apr
10
Ida Hansen
Medicare Data is Bullish for Pharmaceutical Industry
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  After 35 years information has finally been released about what medical doctors are paid by the United States Government for the Medicare program. The American Medical Association has long opposed having this data being released.  But a court order finally compelled it.  The release of the data is very bullish for the drug industry, […]

Dec
12
Ida Hansen
Does the Budget Deal Favor Oil Stocks?
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The budget deal moving towards enactment into law is bullish for the oil and natural gas energy, and stocks ranging from Big Oil such as Exxon Mobil (NYSE: XOM) and Chevron (NYSE: CVX)  to small caps such, Octagon 88 (NASDAQ: OCTX) and Americas Petrogas (OTC: APEOF). A major benefit is that there are no new […]