WSJ Tell Me What Stocks Will Do

by Johnny Debacle

Every morning, my favorite moment is when I first log onto WSJ.com. What will the market be up to today, WSJ.com? Will stocks SURGE? Are they poised to open up? Or set for a weaker start? Or will it be more of an “edge” than a “start”.

Their permutations which change every 5 minutes are the best market intel out there. The WSJ is all knowing. During the day you might see:

“Stocks rebounded with authority, like a young Charles Oakley, on hopes of a Fed cut in September.”

It’s only August now, but let’s not quibble with meaningless details. You might also see:

“Stocks declined on jitters and news of jitters and the possibility of more news on jitters. Europe treaded water.”

“Stocks love cartwheels; markets set to spin.”

“Caution down below; market openings point to a steep downward motion.”

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