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Mar 27, 2010

Market Club: Swoosh Goes Nike, March, 27th 2010



In today's short video, we take a look at Nike and project what we see in the future for this market.
As you know, we've discussed energy fields in the past and just how important they are to markets and Nike is no different. There is a huge energy field under this market capable of carrying it much, much higher. In the video I discuss a specific target zone for this stock.
As always, our videos are free to watch and there are no registration requirements. I would really like to hear back from you in regards to your thoughts on this video. Watch this video. HERE

All the best,
Adam Hewison
President, INO.com
Co-creator, MarketClub

BBC . Busines, News and Videos Update March 27th, 2010


Page last updated at 20:08 GMT, Saturday, 27 March 2010

A one euro coin is pictured with a pound coin
The euro strengthens against the dollar and the pound after eurozone leaders agree a financial aid package for Greece.

Abu Dhabi royal missing in crash
Rescuers search for the managing director of the Abu Dhabi Investment Authority after his glider crashes in Morocco.

Second BA strike disrupts flights
British Airways cancels almost a hundred flights from Heathrow during the first day of a second weekend of strike action by cabin crew.



New York Times: Business and Editorials, March 27th, 2010

 
March 27, 2010


BUSINESS NEWS ANALYSIS
A Bold U.S. Plan to Help Struggling Homeowners
By DAVID STREITFELD
The new measures are aimed not only at the households that are behind on 

their mortgages but at the 11 million that simply owe more on their homes 
than they are worth.

F.D.A. Says Millions Got Unapproved Heart Pills
By NATASHA SINGER
About 80 percent of prescriptions for nitroglycerin are filled with unapproved

and unvetted tablets, the Food and Drug Administration said.

Talent Agents a New Force in the Video Game Industry
By BROOKS BARNES
With the $46 billion worldwide market in upheaval, agents are increasingly

useful for finding people to complete complex titles, structuring deals or
obtaining financing.

More Business News

EDITORIALS

Mr. Obama and Israel
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu had said he was committed to peacemaking.

Is he able or willing to lead his country to a peace deal?

A Budget for New York’s Future
With a deficit estimated at $9 billion, New York needs a fair, no-frills budget 

that tackles the fiscal realities.

Lawmakers Head Warily for Home
After the violence that has marred passage of health care reform, a critical issue

for Republicans now is how far they will go in aligning with the Tea Party.



ON THIS DAY

On March 27, 1958, Nikita Khrushchev became Soviet premier in addition 
to First Secretary of the Communist Party.
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MarketWatch: Weekly Rounup: The Week's top videos: March 27th, 2010

MarketWatch
Weekly Roundup
MARCH 27, 2010

The week's top videos

By MarketWatch



In case you missed them, here are the top 10 videos that appeared on MarketWatch for the week of March 22-26:

Will Apple's iPad live up to the hype?

Apple's iPad makes its much-awaited debut in just 10 days. Kara Swisher discusses whether she believes the tablet computer will live up to the hype. Plus, Jessica Vascellaro joins Stacey Delo on Digits to discuss her conversation with Google co-Founder Sergey Brin on Google's dramatic decision to shutter its China-based search engine.
 Watch Video Report.


Major changes ahead in health care

Peter Landers details how the Obama Administration's health-care reform, which passed 219-212 in the House of Representatives Sunday night, will lead to great changes in the way millions of people find and buy health insurance.
 Watch Video Report.


Who wins and loses in health overhaul

The pharmaceutical industry stands to gain with the passage of the health bill, while the insurance industry has mixed results, Stefanie Ilgenfritz reports on the News Hub.
 Watch Video Report.


Your next must-have gadget

Inventors of products such as the Glam Can, Spotless Paw, and Ready Hat are at Chicago's International Home & Housewares Show for a chance to present their invention to industry experts -- and get their product to market. Jennifer Waters reports.
 Watch Video Report.


Hundreds flee volcano in Iceland

Hundreds are evacuated after a volcano erupts on a glacier in southern Iceland.
 Watch Video Report.


Eli Lilly CEO on health-care reform

John C. Lechleiter, chief executive of Eli Lilly & Co., discusses health-care reform efforts in the U.S. and Germany. He also talks about the challenges facing his firm, including the expiration of several key patents by 2013.
 Watch Video Report.


Converting algae into ethanol and money

Algae producers like Algenol -- backed by Bill Gates, Exxon Mobil, Dow Chemical and the U.S. government, among others -- work with the green plant to convert carbon dioxide and sunlight into biofuel. Steve Gelsi reports.
 Watch Video Report.


Are municipal bonds the next bubble to pop?

America's states and cities may be going bankrupt, but investors shouldn't worry. Dow Jones Adviser columnist James Altucher explains.
 Watch Video Report.


Bingo gets a makeover

Bingo is getting a massive makeover in the U.K. attracting younger players. The declining bingo industry is taking advantage of its renewed popularity and has designed new formats for the game - with cheeky rhymes and more alcohol. WSJ's Javier Espinoza reports.
 Watch Video Report.


Building electric cars and charging stations

Better Place wants to lead the car industry into an electric future, not just by building the cars, but also nationwide networks of charging stations to keep drivers moving. Rob Daniel reports on the company's project in Israel.
 Watch Video Report.


See the week's Top 10 news and analysis stories.

MarketWatch:Personal Finance Daily, "Weeke's top Personal Finance Stories", March 27th, 2010

MarketWatch
Personal Finance Daily
MARCH 27, 2010

This week's top Personal Finance stories

By MarketWatch



In case you missed them, here are the top 10 Personal Finance stories from MarketWatch for the week of March 22-26:

What health reform means for you

No more worrying about lifetime limits on health coverage, about whether your insurer will dump you when you get sick, or about whether your adult child will be booted off your plan when he turns 18.
See Vital Signs.


Will bank-reform proposals work to protect consumers from future crises?

Far-reaching legislation aimed at overhauling the nation's financial-services regulatory system is moving forward in Congress, but advocates say some of the proposed consumer protections are too weak.
See full story.


Are retirees' health costs as steep as some say?

Firm after firm spews out reports about how you'll need hundreds of thousands of dollars to cover health-care expenses in retirement. Are those costs real or is this -- as some cynics suggest -- a ploy on the part of investment firms to gather assets and generate revenue?
See Robert Powell.


Your house can bring big breaks at tax time

A tax credit of up to $8,000 was a big incentive for first-time buyers to buy a house over the last couple of years, but a slew of other tax advantages will keep rewarding those new homeowners long after that money hits their bank accounts.
See TaxWatch.


Worker shortage coming as population ages: report

With millions of unemployed people across the country struggling to find work, it may seem unbelievable that there could be more jobs than workers to fill them in coming years, but a new report predicts exactly that.
See story on worker shortage coming as population ages.


Student borrowers get first aid from health-care bill

It will be years before many Americans figure out how they're impacted by the health-care bill signed into law this week by President Obama, and whether they actually benefit. But the law has an immediate potential payoff in my home.
See Chuck Jaffe.


How to climb the market's wall of worry

If you believe some market and media seers, truly the end is near for Mom, apple pie and the American way. Financial crisis in Europe. Health-care overhaul. China trade. Mounting U.S. debt. The specter of rising interest rates. Stocks must be running on fumes, given the Sisyphean challenges facing the planet.
See Weekend Investor.


What to do if you can't pay your taxes

If this year you're stuck with a tax bill rather than your usual refund, you're not alone. This year and next, more than 15 million taxpayers may find they unexpectedly owe Uncle Sam because they received more of the Making Work Pay tax credit than they were entitled to, according to a November report by the Treasury Inspector General for Tax Administration.
See TaxWatch.


Money may be tight, but homeowners are still investing in their great outdoors

Homeowners love their yards. They plant gardens, create cozy areas for entertaining, and install decorative elements that they're as happy to look at from the kitchen window as they are from their chaise lounge. And despite the weak economy, that love affair is expected to continue.
See Real Estate.


If you've got kids, it's time to make a will

With a new baby in the house, thinking about death isn't fun. But my husband and I have been planning for our demise because we want to make sure that if such an awful event occurs our six-month-old daughter, Eve, will be well provided for. As unpleasant as estate planning can be -- I really dislike reading the words "my last will and testament" -- it's better than leaving important decisions to a judge.
See Diary of a Recession Baby.

The Washington Post: World and Business: March 27th, 2010

The Washington Post
 
 
 
WORLD
Allawi's bloc wins most seats in Iraqi elections
BAGHDAD -- Nearly three weeks after Iraq's elections, the coalition of former prime minister Ayad Allawi emerged with the most seats in the parliament Friday but fell far short of a majority. The results signaled the start of another protracted phase of uncertainty for this country's fledgling po...
(By Leila Fadel and Karen DeYoung, The Washington Post)

India seeks access to Chicagoan tied to Mumbai siege
Push to interrogate Pakistani American is causing rift with U.S.
(By Emily Wax, The Washington Post)

France's Le Pen reasserts appeal on right
Vote reveals discontent with Sarkozy's brand of conservatism
(By Edward Cody, The Washington Post)

Obama announces treaty with Russia
Summit to follow signing of major pact on nuclear arms
(By Mary Beth Sheridan and Michael D. Shear, The Washington Post)

Blast sinks S. Korean naval ship in disputed waters
North involved? More than 40 crew members missing
(By Blaine Harden and June Lee, The Washington Post)

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WORLD
Allawi's bloc wins most seats in Iraqi elections
BAGHDAD -- Nearly three weeks after Iraq's elections, the coalition of former prime minister Ayad Allawi emerged with the most seats in the parliament Friday but fell far short of a majority. The results signaled the start of another protracted phase of uncertainty for this country's fledgling po...
(By Leila Fadel and Karen DeYoung, The Washington Post)

India seeks access to Chicagoan tied to Mumbai siege
Push to interrogate Pakistani American is causing rift with U.S.
(By Emily Wax, The Washington Post)

France's Le Pen reasserts appeal on right
Vote reveals discontent with Sarkozy's brand of conservatism
(By Edward Cody, The Washington Post)

Obama announces treaty with Russia
Summit to follow signing of major pact on nuclear arms
(By Mary Beth Sheridan and Michael D. Shear, The Washington Post)

Blast sinks S. Korean naval ship in disputed waters
North involved? More than 40 crew members missing
(By Blaine Harden and June Lee, The Washington Post)

More World