RealMoney.com's DAILY BULLETIN
July 3, 2000
Market Data as of Close, 6/30/00:
o Dow Jones Industrial Average: 10,447.89 up 49.85, 0.48%
o Nasdaq Composite Index: 3,966.11 up 88.88, 2.29%
o S&P 500: 1,454.60 up 12.21, 0.85%
o TSC Internet: 841.84 up 8.68, 1.04%
o Russell 2000: 517.23 up 4.65, 0.91%
o 30-Year Treasury: 104 30/32 down 9/32, yield 5.881%
Technician's Take: Gary's Brilliant Career (Cont'd.), Part 2
How writing helps Gary be a clearer thinker, and thus a better trader.
Streetside Chat: Return of the TSC REIT Roundtable, Part 1
The last six months have been euphoric for REITs, but can those good times last?
The Coming Week in Asia: Waiting on the Cable Guy
Cable's reach in Japan is limited, but a recent merger may change that.
Marc Chandler: Global Briefing: Divining the Investment Climate Ahead
Monetary policy should remain favorable; new accounting standard promises more corporate transparency.
The Coming Week: NAPM, Jobs and a Fresh Dose of the Worries
July is usually a pretty good month for the market. Here are a few things that could muck all that up.
The Coming Week in Europe: Telecom Investors Should Head for the Shade
Regulatory problems and pricey mobile licenses could cause some nasty sunburns.
Stocks to Watch: Oracle, SBC Communications, Amazon, Lockheed Martin
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