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After a strong 2013, when the Dow rose 26.5%, and a slow start to 2014, investor jitters are on the rise, he adds.
The broad Russell 2000 stretched further into record territory. Health care play Johnson Johnson topped Wall Street forecasts, as did casualty insurer Travelers and mobile phone giant Verizon.
some portfolio adjustments, but ruled out any one sinister thing to explain the downdraft.
Action in the future market suggests that a large institutional investor might have been making an adjustment in their overall asset allocation, which is not necessarily uncommon but can cause short term bumps in the broader market, explains, Andy Brooks, head trader at T. Rowe Price.
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the Dow suffered such a sharp short term blip after a promising start to the trading session.
The Standard Poor's 500 index and Nasdaq composite finished up, by 0.3% Reebok New Shoes For Women and 0.7%, respectively. The Dow Jones industrial average finished 0.3% in the red.
The days of "throwing a dart at the market and everything works" are over, says Kaltbaum, adding that any price correction could be sizable as most investors are bullish.
Verizon dipped 2.7% in early trading even after posting fourth quarter profit that beat estimates. Travelers shares were down 2.8% and Johnson and Johnson was down 2% despite decent earnings.
On Friday, the Dow closed up 41.55 points, 0.3%, to 16,458.56, but below its Dec. 31 record of 16,676.66. The S 500 finished down 7.19 points, 0.4%, at 1,838.70. The tech laden Nasdaq closed down 21.11 points, 0.5%, to 4,197.58.
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Trader Peter Tuchman works on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange.(Photo: Richard Drew, AP)
Stocks end mixed on earnings news
Kaltbaum adds that many Wall Street players are leery of a coming price correction. Stocks haven't suffered a 10% drop since 2011. "We're way overdue," he says, adding that more stocks, such as retail names, are rolling over.
today's trading session down 0.1% for the year.
But the gains quickly faded and the Dow Jones industrial average was earlier down more than 100 points, or 0.7% in the late morning, before trimming its losses.
"There's nothing sticking out or sticking up that screams, 'boom a button was pushed because X happened.'"
Story HighlightsVerizon, Johnson Johnson, Travelers and Delta post better than expected profitsAsian stocks rose sharply after China central bank injected extra credit into the systemWall Street closely watching earnings to see if good results can keep rally going
Investors will be watching earnings reports all week as the reporting season heats up and CEOs offer a snapshot of how well the economy is performing. With the stock market now trading at valuations that are closer to the long term norm, Wall Street is looking for a pickup in corporate earnings to power the market higher.
Delta gained 2% after reporting a better than expected fourth quarter profit as fares and traffic rose.
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