Joseph Woelfel

29 Nov 18
Hockey Happenings

They’re doing it quietly, but the Central Bucks East Patriots are off to a solid start in the Suburban High School Hockey League. Freshman Sean Gorman scored two goals as East stayed unbeaten with a 6-3 win over Neshaminy Monday night at Revolution Ice Gardens. The Patriots have won four straight after a season-opening tie […]

23 Aug 18
Navy Medical Corps Career Blog


17 Jul 18

The hearing is over The hearing and the markets are still slightly up. Long term effect of commodity prices on agriculture Senator Joe Donnelly of Indiana asks, "As Fed Chairman, what would you say to the nervous and concerned farmers about their future?" "I think, if it's going to be good for the economy …" […]

26 Jun 18

Josiah Roberts can’t wait for one final chance to showcase his skills. The 5-foot-10, 190-pound running back from Lindenwold will compete during Thursday’s 2018 Adam Taliaferro Foundation/South Jersey Football Coaches Association All-Star Football Classic. Kickoff is 7 p.m. at […]

11 Jun 18
Movies Galore of Milwaukee

Written by David Strege Brought To Us by Merchant Productions along with David Sterling Productions is a feature that came out in 1993 in and around the same time that David Sterling produced is  anthology called Things from the same year With a director by the name of Mike Tristano. Now I’m pretty sure that […]

02 May 18
[cfsp key=”getamac.jpg”]”Stocks rose on Wednesday, May 2, after the Federal Reserve decided to keep interest rates unchanged and as shares of Apple Inc. rose after the tech giant reported stronger-than-expected fiscal second-quarter earnings on Tuesday,” Joseph Woelfel reports for TheStreet. “The Dow Jones Industrial Average was up 34 points, or 0.14%, shortly after the Fed released its decision at 2 p.m. ET. The S&P 500 was up 0.05% and the Nasdaq was up 0.40%.” “The private sector added 204,000 jobs in April, according to the ADP National Employment Report, which is a precursor to the official U.S. jobs report that will be released on Friday, May 4,” Woelfel reports. “Apple was rising [5.05%] on Wednesday after the iPhone giant beat revenue and earnings expectations for its second fiscal quarter, and assuaged fears of low iPhone demand.” “The company earned $2.73 a share on revenue of $61.1 billion, ahead of forecasts of earnings of $2.67 a share on revenue of $60.82 billion,” Woelfel reports. “Apple also announced that it was raising its quarterly dividend by 16% and announced a new $100 billion share buyback plan.” Read more in the full article here. MacDailyNews Take: AAPL is back within shouting distance of a new all-time high. We refer to [the current climate of negative speculation], internally, as “Back up the Truck” season. — MacDailyNews Take, April 28, 2018 SEE ALSO: So, how did the Apple analysts perform in Q218? – May 2, 2018 When it comes to Apple’s iPhone X sales, Wall Street got it wrong – May 2, 2018 Why was iPhone X so successful at $999 despite a slew of fake news? – May 2, 2018 Uh, yeah, about those iPhone X ‘concerns’ from analysts: Never mind – May 1, 2018 Apple beats Street with best Q2 ever – May 1, 2018 Apple’s iPhone X isn’t selling well – or is it? – April 21, 2018 Apple’s iPhone X to be discontinued this year, analyst claims – April 20, 2018 Morgan Stanley: Apple stock may fall on ‘materially’ weaker iPhone sales – April 20, 2018 Apple’s iPhone X sales continue to disappoint, some analysts say – March 22, 2018 Ignore the iPhone X naysayers – March 10, 2018 Will the naysayers admit they were wrong about Apple’s iPhone X? – February 5, 2018 Do iPhone X sales spell trouble for Apple? – January 30, 2018 Apple supplier says report of iPhone X production cuts was overstated – January 30, 2018 Another January, another misleading iPhone supply cuts story from Nikkei – January 29, 2018 Apple stock drops after Nikkei report of iPhone X production cut – January 29, 2018 Reports of Apple cutting iPhone X orders make no sense – January 2, 2018 Apple stock tumbles on one poorly-sourced report of low iPhone X demand – December 26, 2017 Apple and suppliers shares drop on report of weak iPhone X demand – December 26, 2017
13 Feb 18

Below are the pairings and projected lineups for each of the eight Division 1 team sectionals that take place Tuesday. Lineup projections are based on entrants from last Saturday’s regional tournaments. Rankings reflect the latest Wisconsin Wrestling Online Rankings.

11 Jan 18
[cfsp key=”getamac.jpg”]”The Dow Jones Industrial Average, S&P 500 and Nasdaq all scored new record closes on Thursday, Jan. 11, as Wall Street got a boost from some of its biggest industrial and energy names,” Joseph Woelfel reports for TheStreet. “The Dow jumped 205 points, or 0.81%. The blue-chip index was led by Chevron Corp., up 3%, General Electric Co., which rose 0.5%, Caterpillar Inc., which gained 2%, and Boeing Co., up 2.4%. The S&P 500 gained 0.70%, and the Nasdaq also rose 0.81%. Apple Inc. shares rose 0.5%.” “Global bond markets steadied on Thursday after officials in China dismissed a report that suggested it could slow or even halt its future purchases of U.S. government debt as ‘fake news,'” Woelfel reports. “”Walmart Stores Inc. said Thursday it would pay a one-time bonus to its U.S. workforce and boost its minimum wage to $11 an hour following last year’s overhaul of U.S. corporate taxes,” Woelfel reports. “The wage boost will take effect on Feb. 17, the company said, and will add $300 million to its 2018 budget while the bonuses of up to $1,000 paid to ‘eligible associates’ in the U.S. with at least 20 years’ service will add an additional $400 million to costs over the company’s fiscal year, which ends on Jan. 31, Walmart said.” Great news, as a result of our TAX CUTS & JOBS ACT! — Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) January 11, 2018   Read more in the full article here. “Economists surveyed by The Wall Street Journal say President Donald Trump has had generally positive effects on U.S. economic growth, hiring and the performance of the stock market during his first year in office,” Ben Leubsdorf reports for The Wall Street Journal. “The professional forecasters also predicted 2018 would see solid growth and a continued decline in the jobless rate. One factor: the tax cuts signed into law by Mr. Trump in December, which most economists say will boost the economy for several years at least.” “More broadly, most forecasters surveyed by the Journal suggested Mr. Trump’s election deserves at least some credit for the economy’s recent strength,” Leubsdorf reports. “Asked to rate Mr. Trump’s policies and actions to date, a majority of economists said he had been somewhat or strongly positive for job creation, gross domestic product growth and the stock market. Most also said he had been either neutral or positive for the country’s long-term growth trajectory, while his influence on financial stability was seen as largely neutral,” Leubsdorf reports. “‘There is definitely a sense in the business community that the president’s actions on taxes and regulations have led to a more pro-growth environment for them to operate,’ said Chad Moutray, chief economist at the National Association of Manufacturers.” Read more in the full article here. MacDailyNews Take: A strong economy bodes well for Apple and everyone else as a rising tide lifts all boats! SEE ALSO: S&P 500 and Nasdaq rise to records on first trading day of 2018 – January 2, 2018 U.S. employment jumps more than expected in November, boosts U.S. stocks – December 8, 2017 Goldman Sachs sees U.S. unemployment rate hitting lowest level since the late-1960s – November 20, 2017 American consumer confidence soars to highest level since December 2000 – October 31, 2017 U.S. jobless claims plunge to lowest level since 1973 – October 19, 2017 U.S. economy picks up steam; second-quarter GDP up 3.0% reflecting robust consumer spending and strong business investment – August 30, 2017 U.S. consumer confidence shows Americans upbeat on jobs, economy – July 25, 2017
29 Dec 17

Originally appeared on on 12/28/17 At the beginning of the season, redshirt freshman Evan Wick was given the tall task of replacing one of the most successful wrestlers in University of Wisconsin history. His predecessor at 165 pounds, Isaac Jordan, was a four-time All-American, two-time Big Ten champion and a former NCAA finalist. Those […]

30 Oct 17

Denmark’s Jayden Laurent captured the crown at 148 pounds at Super 32 in Greensboro, North Carolina. Though Super 32 has long been regarded as one of the premier high school wrestling tournaments in the nation, 2017 marked the first year of girls freestyle competition at the event. 

30 Oct 17
Good Stock Invest

Wrap-Up of Largest Reported Office Leases Include Deals by Third Point, Service Express, NEC and more Anthem (NYSE:ANTM) will scale up its operations in Midtown Atlanta significantly following news the Indianapolis-based health insurance company signed a lease for a new 352,000-square-foot technology center scheduled to break ground next year in Tech Square. Atlanta-based Portman Holdings […]