The Washington Post out with a good expose on the non roller coaster-based freefall for Dan Snyder’s Six Flags. The firm, which announced last week that its stock was being delisted from the New York Stock Exchange, faces a more than $300 million payment to preferred stockholders in August that the company says it cannot afford. Fitch Ratings recently warned that a “default is imminent or inevitable.” Its shares ended the week worth 26.6 cents
Some observations on the total U.S.
Trim Tabs has released its weekly mutual fund flow data: the company estimates that all equity mutual funds posted an inflow of $11.9 billion in the week ended Wednesday, April 8, versus a revised inflow of $3.0 billion in the previous week.
Real estate prices in Dubai quadrupled over the past 5 years as foreigners rushed in to take advantage of the secondary flows into the Las Vegas of the MidEast.
Zero Hedge has previously discussed the aberration effects of daily gaps (up and down) as well as trading volume on the true state of market fair value indications. We present some VWAP (Volume-Weighted Average Price) data for our readers based on SPY index price and volume levels. We end up with some interesting conclusions.