U.S. stocks end mostly ahead; Dow ext...

U.S. stocks end mostly ahead; Dow extends streak

There are 6 comments on the www.marketwatch.com story from Jan 11, 2010, titled U.S. stocks end mostly ahead; Dow extends streak . In it, www.marketwatch.com reports that:

U.S. stocks on Monday ended mostly higher, with industrials gaining the most ahead of an earnings report from aluminum maker Alcoa Inc.

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Lance Winslow

Campbell, CA

#1 Jan 11, 2010
(economic recovery)

“It's a Brand New Day”

Since: Feb 06

New Rochelle

#2 Jan 11, 2010
Lance Winslow wrote:
(economic recovery)
Because of the terrible damage done; it will be a slow recovery.

On the other hand, there is a great pent-up demand for goods.
impeach obama

United States

#3 Jan 11, 2010
The free market is accomplishing what the government cannot. Getting out of debt and paying themselves fat bonuses.

Corporations have turned profits by laying off millions of workers and forcing the remaining employees to take up the slack.
Unemployment is up and will remain high for the next decade. The middle class is sinking into poverty with unemployment, foreclosed homes, bankruptcies, and lost hope.
The rich get richer under obama and the poor get poorer.
impeach obama

United States

#4 Jan 11, 2010
Lance Winslow wrote:
(economic recovery)
obama's record high national debt will soon create inflation and despair.
obama's record high unemployment is wrecking the former middle class and creating more Americans in poverty than ever before.
obama is the worst failed president since jimmy carter.
impeach obama

United States

#5 Jan 11, 2010
Mr_Bill wrote:
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Because of the terrible damage done; it will be a slow recovery.
On the other hand, there is a great pent-up demand for goods.
The recovery won't happen until we get a new president and a new Congress.
America longs for the return of a Bush type government with 4.5% unemployment, record high stock market, and renewed growth of the middle class.
tbc11

Pottstown, PA

#7 Jan 12, 2010
The recovery won't start until the bankers stop filling their pockets, and those of their cronies in Washington. Unfortunately with their greed that won't take place until we replace their cronies in Washington. Has all this wealth they are flaunting created any jobs, saved any homes, fed any hungry Americans. Hell No, it filled their pockets as the idiots around them applaud the stocks going up when they invest their stolen billions. Big Whoop.

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