'Your papers, please' must never be heard in America
Independent voices from the TWT Communities
The stock market wasn't sure what to make of the government's latest jobs report. The government reported Friday morning that the U.S. added jobs in November, and stock index futures shot higher in pre-market trading. Then, as traders dived into the details of the report, their reaction became more tempered.
"If you have Sandy, you don't automatically lose your job," Lund said.
"If you delve into that report a little more, there are some disturbing issues," said Brian Lund, who is based in Los Angeles as executive vice president and co-founder of the online brokerage Ditto Trade.