Stock Market Update From Briefing.com

T. Rowe was at the top of the charts related to organic growth, but that hasnt been the case for the past few quarters. T. Rowe Prices results were announced before the start of regular U.S. trading. The shares rose 20 percent this year through yesterday, compared with a 34 percent gain for the Standard & Poors 20-company index of asset managers and custody banks. Assets Rise Assets under management increased 5.4 percent in the quarter and 13 percent from a year earlier to $647.2 billion.
Source: http://www.bloomberg.com/news/2013-10-24/t-rowe-price-profit-rises-9-on-global-stock-market-gains.html

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Source: http://www.fool.com/investing/beginning/2013/10/23/stock-market-correction-is-it-worth-waiting-for.aspx

‘White Hat’ Hackers Expose Flaws of U.S. Stock Market

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Source: http://finance.yahoo.com/news/stock-market-briefing-com-182401296.html

I totally disagree. I think you can see them coming and see them get ready to pop too. The cycles are repetitive and often predictable. I say this with the confidence of someone whos now correctly bought at the bottom of a bubble pop twice in my professional career and got out of the markets and went to become a TV anchor at the top of the most recent stock market bubble that popped. More recently, back in 2010, I wrote every day pleading with my readers to get in front of what I really did repeatedly write was about to be the coming ofBiggest Stock Market Bubble of All TimeTM. Its always incredibly insightful to take a look back at some of your analysis from past http://www.todayhotstocks.com years. I think weve got some good insights here from my Marketwatch writings from back 2010 and we can apply it to our recent analysis about how far along in this current stock market bubble.
Source: http://blogs.marketwatch.com/cody/2013/10/23/setting-up-for-the-biggest-stock-market-bubble-of-all-time/

Ethical hackers were told to give everything they had to try and cripple the U.S. stock market. The six-hour exercise, which simulated multiple trading days, was designed to be realistic and intense, underscoring the growing sophistication of malicious hackers in an effort to improve the industry’s coordinated response in the event of a systemic attack. Quantum Dawn 2 demonstrated the industrys resiliency when faced with serious cyber attacks that aimed to steal money, crash systems and disrupt equity market trading, SIFMA CEO Judd Gregg said in a statement. While the industry has made strides on this front, the test showed how much work still lies ahead in protecting critical U.S. assets, including the highly liquid equity markets. The more realistic the exercise the better prepared theyll be if and when attacks from a cyber standpoint occur.” – Cedric Leighton, former U.S.
Source: http://www.foxbusiness.com/technology/2013/10/22/white-hat-hackers-expose-cyber-flaws-us-stock-market/

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