Daily Reading on the Financial Markets: 3/2/12
Chris Kimble notes a couple of bullish indicators for stocks, like Treasuries breaking below trendline support and Apple breaking above significant trendline resistance.
From The Technical Take, Charles Biderman offers his reasoning on why plummeted so dramatically on 2/29.
At Minyanville, Toby Connor asks if the market will ever correct, and suggests any correction will start with US Dollar strength.
In his ongoing observation of rail and truck traffic, Cullen Roche at Pragcap notes that rail traffic as negative for the third week in a row.
At the Daily Capitalist, Rick Davis takes a closer look at the legitimacy of the reported 3% growth in Q4, and comes away dubious.