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THE BIG PICTURE


Current outlook:
Confirmed uptrend
Indexes suffer rare
distribution day. B4

S&P 500 INDEX


1676.26
-6.24 (-0.4%)
Energy, utility,
auto sectors weak

DOW JONES IND.


15,451.85
-32.41 (-0.2%)
Coke goes flat as
earnings disappoint

NYSE VOL. (MIL)


2,979
+426 (+16.7%)
Below average, but
rises from Monday

VOL. 30, NO. 70

NASDAQ
3598.50
-8.99 (-0.2%)
Tesla takes a hit
on Goldman note

NASDAQ VOL. (MIL)


1,540
+129 (+9.2%)
1st higher-volume
drop since late June

10-YEAR T-NOTE
2.53%
-0.01 (-0.4%)
Bonds rally ahead
of Bernanke remarks

EURO
1.3160
+0.0097 (+0.7%)
Euro zone inflation
rises 1.6% in June

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REUTERS CRB FUT.


288.48
+1.68 (+0.6%)
Cocoa, soybeans,
coffee lead the way

WEDNESDAY, JULY 17, 2013 $2.00

Event Of The Century?

Hall Of Fame Winner

Asbury Automotive

Three Brains At Work

Study Weekly Charts

Most of public didnt follow


the George Zimmerman trial

Whitey Herzog managed the


Cardinals to baseballs peak

The chain of car dealerships


hits high gear as sales rev up

USAA deploys three advisers


to achieve growth with income

And avoid bases that form late


in a stocks long-term advance

ISSUES & INSIGHTS A12-13

LEADERS & SUCCESS A3

THE NEW AMERICA A5

MUTUAL FUNDS & ETFs A6-9

INVESTORS CORNER B6

IBDS TOP 10

Yahoo Again Fails


To Gain Traction
With Its Ad Sales

Stocks Fall In Rising Volume

The Nasdaq and Dow fell 0.2% and


the S&P 500 0.4%. June industrial
output and July homebuilder sentiment
topped forecasts, making an earlier Fed
QE tapering marginally likelier. Fed
chief Ben Bernanke is set to testify Wed.
in Congress. TeslaTSLA and 3D printer makers were big losers. The 10-year Treasury
yield fell 1 tick to 2.53%. More on B4

EPS Beats, But Sales Miss

Yahoo Sales, Outlook Sluggish

CEO Mayer says portal


releasing a new product
per week; video a focus

The Webgiantearned35cents ashare


ex items, up 30% vs. a year earlier and
5 cents over Q2 views. But core revenue
was $1.07 bil, just below forecasts for a
flat $1.08 bil. YahooYHOO guided Q3 sales
targets slightly lower. A year since Marissa Mayer became CEO, EPS and share
prices have risen, but not the top line.
Yahoo was flat late. More on this page

BY KEVIN SHALVEY
INVESTOR'S BUSINESS DAILY

Senate Avoids Nuclear War

The Senate confirmed Richard


Cordray as Consumer Financial Protection Bureau chief. GOP members
agreed to stop blocking him and 5 other
Obama picks to avoid Senate Majority
Leader Harry Reids threat to limit the filibuster. As part of the deal, the president
will name 2 different Dems for the Natl
Labor Relations Board.

Homebuilder Morale Surges

The Natl Assoc. of Home Builders


sentiment index leapt 6 points in
July to 57, the best in 7-1/2 years. Analysts expected 52. Readings on current
conditions, expectations and customer
traffic all climbed, despite the recent
spike in mortgage rates which may be
spurring a rush to buy. Industrial output
rose 0.3% in June vs. May, also topping
forecasts, as autos and machinery lifted
factory output, and mining picked up.

Bally Offers $1.3 Bil For SHFL

Gambling equipment maker Bally


TechnologiesBYI looks to expand eastward with its $23.25-a-share bid for card
shuffler and casino table games maker
SHFL EntertainmentSHFL. The buy would
give Bally, which sells 84% of its goods in
the U.S., broader access to the huge, fastgrowing Chinese gambling market. Bally
rose 7%, SHFL 22%. More on this page

CSX Q2 Earnings Roll Higher

Kicking off railroad results, CSXCSX


EPS rose 6% to 52 cents, 5 cents
above views. Sales rose 2% to $3.07 bil vs.
the $3.02 bil consensus, on strong intermodal business rail transport of trucks
carrying goods. CSX rose 1.4% in afterhours trading after closing up 1.2%. No. 1
Union PacificUNP earnings are due early
Thu., and Kansas City SouthernKSU Fri.

Goldman Tops, Shares Fall

The investment banking giants Q2


EPS doubled to $3.70, smashing analyst estimates by 87 cents. But a Citi analyst called it a a relatively low quality
beat, with gains driven by higher investing and lending revenue and a favorable
tax rate. Goldman SachsGS investing and
lending unit took in $1.42 bil vs. $203 mil
a year ago. Shares fell nearly 2%.

Egypt Goes Secular, Liberal

Interim Pres. Adly Mansour installed


a 33-minister Cabinet with 3 Christians and 3 women, but no one from an Islamist party. The Muslim Brotherhood,
which backed ousted Pres. Mohamed
Morsi, vowed to continue protests until
he is reinstated. The military chief who
removed him, Gen. Abdel-Fattah el-Sisi,
was named 1st deputy prime minister to
interim PM Hazem el-Beblawi.

Energy Stokes Price Surge

June consumer prices rose 0.5% vs.


May, more than expected, as energy
costs jumped 3.4%. But ex energy and
food, prices advanced 0.2%, in line with
views as well as Mays pace. Real average
hourly earnings were flat. Annual inflation accelerated to a still-modest 1.8%
from 1.4%. Core inflation cooled to a
2-year-low 1.6%. See Vital Signs on A2

J&J Tops, Growth Slowing

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The personal care and medical


product makers Q2 EPS jumped
14% to $1.48, beating views by 9 cents.
Sales rose 9% to $17.89 bil, above views.
Johnson & Johnson raised its full-year
EPS target to $5.40-$5.47. Analysts saw
$5.41 before the Q2 beat. After its best
sales growth in 14 quarters, J&J sees
slowing revenue gains in the 2nd half on
increased competition for its devices and
prescription drugs. Shares closed flat
after hitting a fresh record high intraday.

I HOPE THAT EVERYONE learned the lesson last night, that it


sure helps to sit down and talk to each other, said Senate Majority
Leader Harry Reid on Capitol Hill. The Senate averted a constitutional showdown Tuesday when Republicans agreed to confirm
several of President Obamas executive branch nominees.
ISSUES & INSIGHTS

ObamaCare Delays
Wont Halt Disaster

ouse Republicans plan


to vote this week on a
bill that would delay
ObamaCares individual mandate, adding to the one-year
delay of the employer mandate
the administration already announced.
Its a smart political move,
since the law has never been
more unpopular. A Gallup survey finds that 52% now disapprove of ObamaCare, up from
45% last November.
Meanwhile, labor unions that
loudly backed the law have
grown increasingly vocal in
their attacks. In a letter sent to
the top Democrats in the House
and Senate last week, the three
top unions said ObamaCare
would shatter not only our hardearned health benefits, but destroy the foundation of the 40
hour workweek and that its
perverse incentives are already
creating nightmare scenarios.
And by postponing just the employer mandate, the administration opened itself up to charges
of unfairness. Why should business get a pass on ObamaCare
penalties but not individuals?
Its unfair and indefensible, is
how House Speaker John Boehner put it.

Making Repeal Impossible


But even if President Obama
were to sign an individual mandate delay bill into law highly
unlikely it would be largely
meaningless in terms of avoiding
ObamaCares long-term health
care and budget disasters.
The ObamaCare exchanges
would still go forward, the massive subsidies would still be in
place, the huge array of costly insurance market regulations and
fees would still go into effect.
More importantly, Obama
would still be able to achieve his
overriding goal: sign up as many
people for ObamaCare subsidies
as he can, as quickly as he can, so
that any repeal of the law becomes politically impossible.
In practical terms, a one-year
delay in the individual mandate
would go virtually unnoticed.
The penalty for not buying insurance next year is a tiny $95,
hardly enough to convince the

young and healthy for whom


the mandate was designed in the
first place to buy coverage if
they werent already so inclined.
And those most likely to sign up
for benefits in the ObamaCare exchanges wont care about the
mandate either, since they'll be
older and sicker people who
stand to benefit both from the
tax subsidies and the ObamaCare market regulations that artificially lower their premiums.
Thats why the administrations promotional campaign
says nothing about the individual mandate, but talks plenty
about all the alleged great new
benefits the law promises.

Fraud Is A Virtue
Its why Obama was so willing
to delay the employer mandate
in the first place since doing so
virtually guarantees that hundreds of thousands more people
will end up at an ObamaCare exchange after their employers use
the delay to drop coverage.
It also helps explain why
Obama is letting states simply
take the applicants word for it
that they dont have coverage
available to them at work and
that their income really is as low
as they claim. Despite the fact
that it opens the door to fraud,
lax enforcement guarantees
more will sign up for ObamaCare subsidies.
The fact is that the problems
with ObamaCare run far deeper
than the employer and individual mandates. With or without
them, the law will still drive up
insurance costs, massively increase federal spending, create
huge doctor shortages, impose
$1 trillion in new taxes, hurt job
growth, and do nothing to rein in
health care costs.

Dependence Day
This apparently is of no concern to Obama or Democrats. If
anything, they might welcome it,
since the more expensive health
care becomes, the more Americans will be dependent on the
government to afford it.
Yes, voting to delay the individual mandate will put every
House member on record, and it
will help Americans better understand who is to blame when
ObamaCare problems emerge.
But make no mistake: Unless
the entire law is repealed and replaced, the ObamaCare train
wreck is still headed this way.

Yahoo late Tuesday reported


mixed results that beat profit expectations but again failed to
show a turnaround in ad sales.
Overall revenue missed analyst
expectations as display ad revenue continued to fall, and the
companys revenue outlook for
the current quarter also lagged
views. YahoosYHOO stock was flat
in after-hours trading.
Yahoo reported muted Q2 results, Cantor Fitzgerald analyst
Youssef Squali wrote in a research note.
Exactly one year since former
GoogleGOOG executive Marissa
Mayer became Yahoos latest
CEO tasked with recharging
growth, the Internet giant reported earnings per share minus
items of 35 cents, up 17% from
the year-earlier period. Thats 5
cents better than the consensus
of analysts polled by Thomson
Reuters, as Yahoo continued to
cut capital spending.
But
the
Sunnyvale,
Calif.-based company said sales
fell 1% to $1.07 billion, excluding
TAC, or traffic acquisition costs,
commissions Yahoo pays to
other websites to carry its ads.
Analysts polled by Thomson Reuters had expected $1.08 billion.
Year-to-year revenue has fallen
in nine of the past 11 quarters.
Yahoo expects Q3 sales of
$1.06 billion to $1.1 billion. The
$1.08 billion midpoint would
mark a decline from $1.09 billion
a year ago. Analysts had been
forecasting $1.12 billion.
We have a lot of confidence in
our business, said CFO Ken
Goldman, but that has yet to
translate into revenue growth.
He and CEO Mayer spoke on a
video webcast, not an audio conference call as is the norm.

Wall Street remains upbeat


about Mayers ability to turn the
company around eventually.
I think shes moving as fast as
she can, B. Riley & Co. analyst
Sameet Sinha, who rates the
stock a buy, told IBD on Tuesday. Shes juggling a lot of
knives. Anyone who says Yahoo
will start growing at industry
rates by next year or even the
year after would be misguided.
Mayers strategy focuses on
growing traffic through betterdesigned apps and making acquisitions, like the $1.1 billion Tumblr purchase that closed in Q2.
The companys now releasing
an average of one new product
each week, Mayer said on the
webcast.
We have positive momentum
going into Q3, she said.
Yahoo will invest in video technology, Mayer said.
Advertisers really like it its
something that translates from
the formats theyre really used
to, Mayer said.
Yahoo made nine acquisitions
in Q2, but most wont move the
dial this year, if ever, says analyst Sinha. Instead, much of
Yahoos growth will have to
come from core businesses,
mostly the ads sold against
Yahoos high-traffic websites,
wrote RBC Capital Markets analyst Mark Mahaney.
Although there has been little
quantifiable evidence of an improvement to date, the increased
velocity of product innovation
and acquisitions at Yahoo make
us optimistic, Mahaney wrote
in a research note Friday.
Yahoos core ad business
slipped again in Q2.
The price-per-click rate for display ads fell 12%, and advertisers
bought 2% fewer ads than they
did a year ago. Search ad prices
fell 8%, though there was a 21%
increase in clicks on those ads.
Search revenue ex-TAC rose
5% to $418 billion, but display ad
revenue fell 11% to $423 million.
Growth in search was once
again a highlight, Goldman
said.

Bally Technology Buying SHFL


To Boost Expansion Into Asia
Both Game Makers Soar
BY JAMES DETAR
INVESTOR'S BUSINESS DAILY

Casino gambling equipment


maker Bally TechnologiesBYI is
looking to Asia with its $1.3 billion, $23.25 a share buyout offer
for card shuffle machine maker
SHFL EntertainmentSHFL.
Investors think it could be a
winning pair.
SHFL gapped up 22% to a sixyear high of 22.81 in huge volume Tuesday. Bally climbed 7%
to 65.13, hitting a record high.
SHFL has a strong footprint
overseas, and the merger will
help Bally expand in China, Singapore and other parts of Asia,
the hot spot for gambling.
Macau, the specially designated casino region on Chinas
southern coast, is the worlds
largest and fastest-growing gambling destination.
Bally has lined up financing for
the cash deal, which it expects
to close by Q2 2014.

Stacking The Deck


It forecast 2014 earnings per
share of $3.70 to $4.05, excluding acquisition costs. The midpoint is above the consensus of
14 analysts polled by Thomson
Reuters for $3.85.
This acquisition represents
the next logical step for our company, and a game changer for
our industry, Bally CEO
Ramesh Srinivasan told analysts
on a conference call.
He said the companies have
complementary geographic mar-

kets, and the merger will immediately create one of the worlds
largest end-to-end gaming technology innovators.
Bally sells and rents a variety of
gambling equipment to casino
companies such as Las Vegas
SandsLVS, the worlds largest casino resort operator, MGM ResortsMGM and Wynn ResortsWYNN.
It also sells to Asian casinos, includingMelco Crown EntertainmentMPEL and Galaxy Macau,
which vie with Sands, MGM
and Wynn in Macau.
Todd Jordan, managing director at stock research firm Hedgeye Risk Management, was on
SHFLs board in 2006-07 and
still holds shares.He said the deal
makes sense: More than half of
SHFLs business is overseas and
theyre strong in Asia. Only 16%
of Ballys sales are overseas.
He doesnt see any regulatory
hurdles and said there may not
be competing offers.
Sterne Agee analyst David
Bain also likes the combination.
For Bally its accretive to earnings to the tune of 40 cents a
share by 2015, he said.
In May, Scientific GamesSGMS
completed its buy of slot machine maker WMS Industries
for $1.5 billion.
Bain says the industry merger
wave may not be over.
There is consolidation in this
space, but it seems to occur sporadically. Were in one of those
periods now, he said.
Among other casino equipment makers, Multimedia
GamesMGAM and International
Game TechnologyIGT rose 3%.

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WEDNESDAY, JULY 17, 2013

VITAL SIGNS

Core Inflation Stays Muted


Consumer prices climbed above expectations
in June on surging energy costs. But the
annual pace of core inflation slowed to a
2-year low of 1.6% from 1.7%. Yearly growth
of average inflation-adjusted hourly pay has
been below 1% since November 2009.
Sources: Labor Dept., Datastream

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BUSINESS BRIEFS
INTERNET

FINANCE

Baidu shares up on app deal

Comerica sinks regional banks

Shares of the operator of Chinas


most-popular search engine rose
4% Tue. after announcing plans to
purchase 91 Wireless, a mobile app
store, for $1.9 bil. The deal will help
BaiduBIDU reduce its reliance on
Web searches as competitors like
QihooQIHU gain market share. Citibank raised its price target on
Baidu to $113 from $101.59 and Jefferies raised its target to $115 from
$91 following the news.
00 Liquidity ServicesLQDT says it
expects to report Q3 gross merchandise volume the total value
of goods sold on its site of $228
mil- $231 mil, below its previous
forecast of $250 mil- $275 mil. The
online marketplace for surplus
goods is expecting EPS of 43-45
cents vs. its previous estimate of
49-54 cents. Analysts had been
expecting EPS of 51 cents. Shares
fell 7.9% to 29.83.
00 PricelinesPCLN price target was
raised to $1,005 from $860 by
Jefferies. The analyst kept a buy
rating on the travel booking site,
saying it expects earnings to top
estimates this quarter. The analyst
said Pricelines Q2 guidance was
conservative and raised the Q2
EPS estimate to $8.64 from $8.50
vs. analyst consensus estimates for
$8.40. Shares fell 1.1%.

The bank said Q2 EPS rose 4% to


76 cents, beating views by 6 cents.
Average loans grew 1% to $44.9 bil
with average commercial and industrial loans also rising by 1% to
$28.4 bil, but slowing down from a
2% rise during Q1. ComericasCMA
net interest margin narrowed to
2.83% from 3.10% last year, and net
interest fell 5% to $414 mil. Shares
fell 1.7% to 40.86 . Comericas lackluster results sent PNC Financial
ServicesPNC and SunTrust BanksSTI
shares down.

COMPUTERS
Dell buyout vote will be close
The computer maker may delay a
shareholder meeting to vote on a
$24.4 bil buyout offer from
founder Michael Dell and private
equity firm Silver Lake Partners,
with the vote too close to call, multiple reports said, citing sources
close to the situation. The vote was
slated for Thu. Activist investor
Carl Icahn has spearheaded opposition to the Michael Dell bid, which
would take the firm private, and
countered with a bid that would
keep Dell public. The company declined to comment. Shares fell 1%.

HEALTH CARE
HCA admissions jumped in Q2
The largest U.S. for-profit hospital
operator said admissions rose
more than 1% in Q2 and that earnings and revenue also rose, pushing
up shares for HCA HoldingsHCA and
the sector. Same-facility admissions rose 1.3%, up from a 0.1% gain
in Q1. As a result of higher admissions, HCA forecast Q2 earnings of
about 91 cents per share, up from
85 cents a year ago and above analyst consensus of 78 cents. The company expects revenue to rise 4% to
$8.45 bil when it reports earnings
on Aug. 1. Shares rose 4.4%.

Schwab Q2 earnings weaken


Shares of the online broker fell
early Tue. after it reported EPS of
18 cents, down from 20 cents a year
ago and a penny below estimates.
Earnings have either fallen or been
flat in 5 of the last 6 quarters. Revenue rose 4.2% to $1.34 bil, topping.
However,the bottom line was hurt
by an 8.7% hike in expenses to $925
mil. Charles SchwabsSCHW core net
new assets totaled $22.6 bil, up
41% from the prior year but down
from $43 bil in Q1. The company
said Q2 trading revenue rose 7% to
$235 mil. Shares fell 3.3% to 21.

BEVERAGES

Decoding DNA the genetic blueprint of all living things to create


new drugs is one of modern medicines marvels. But a report warns
the process could hit a hurdle.
Johns Hopkins researchers said
this month the cost of DNA sequencer machines that chop code
into manageable strings is falling,
and their speed is rising. But the
data stack that process yields cant
be analyzed fast enough by current
software and hardware. The scientists said more clever software is
needed to get the job done.

Pavement cuts air pollution


Photocatalytic pavement used in
the Dutch town of Hengelo is able
to reduce nitrogen oxide air pollution by 45%, according to researchers from the Eindhoven Univ. of
Tech. The pavement is coated with
titanium oxide and converts air pollutants into less-dangerous chemicals such as nitrates, according to
the report. The pavement is more
expensive than traditional pavement, but some scientists argue
that its better to reduce emissions
than to try to remove pollution
from the air.

ISRAELI SOLDIERS sit in position on the Golan Heights as smoke rises


from explosions near the border. The Israeli military said a number of
what appearedto be mortar shells struck the GolanHeights on Tuesday,
causing no damage. It did not believe the shells were aimed at Israel.

AFTER THE CLOSE

ECONOMY

VISAV and MasterCardMA could

Foreigners balk at U.S. assets

see fee income fall in the EU


after its exec arm proposed to
cap fees there, Finl Times said.
Visa and MasterCard fell.

Net foreign demand for U.S. longterm securities fell to a deficit of


$27.2 bil in May from a gap of $21.8
bil in April, on heavy selling by overseas investors concerned the Federal Reserve will taper monetary
stimulus soon. The latest deficit
was the 4th straight outflow and included more net purchases of foreign securities by U.S. buyers.
China stepped up buys of U.S. debt,
adding $25.2 bil in Treasury securities in May vs. $20.4 bil in April.

PACKAGING CORP. OF AMERICAPKG


said Q2 EPS soared 45% to 71
cents. Sales rose 12% to $800
mil, above views. The packaging
product maker sees Q3 EPS of
88 cents, above views for 87
cents. Shares rose 2.9% .

UNITED RENTALS , the equipURI

Cool weather hits Cokes Q2


The iconic soda and beverage
maker said EPS rose 3% to 63 cents,
in line with analysts estimates.
Revenue fell 3% to $12.7 bil, missing forecasts for $13 bil. Coca-Cola
KO
volume fell 1% in N. America
and 4% in Europe. But volume rose
2% in Latin America, 9% in Eurasia
and Africa, and 2% in the Pacific.
Cokes ready-to-drink-tea volume
grew 10% during Q2 with strong
sales of Gold Peak and Honest Tea
in N. America. Bottled water volume rose 6%, and energy drink volume grew 5%. Shares fell 1.9%.

AUTOMOBILES
Goldman cuts target on Tesla
Shares of the electric carmaker fell
after Goldman SachsGS set a price
target of 84 a share, well below the
127 closing price on Mon. The drop
erased gains back to July 1, although the stock still has a strong
year-to-date gain. Goldman said its
skeptical whether Tesla MotorsTSLA
can increase car sales as much as analysts expected. The bank said it
could sell as few as 105,000 this
year, or as many as 200,000. A
150,000-vehicle average prediction
implies a price target of 84. Tesla
shares plunged 14.3% to 109.05.
00 Ford MotorF was removed from
Goldman Sachs conviction buy
list and General MotorsGM was
added in its place. Ford shares fell
3% . GM shares fell 0.9%.

TRENDS & INNOVATIONS


DNA bogging down computers

AG blasts stand your ground

00 A new smartphone app lets


bartenders,store ownersand restaurant personnel tell if someone is of
legal drinking age. BarZapp, by
Intellicheck Mobilisa, lets phones
read the bar code on the back of an
ID such as a drivers license to get
info about a persons age. BarZapp,
available for AppleAAPL iPhones and
soon for GoogleGOOG Android handsets, can be set for different ages to
check for tobacco sales too.
00 Need coaching for a job interview? Mach, an avatar system
developed at MIT, may help. A
person wanting to practice interviews sits before a 3D animated
character on a video screen that
asks typical interview questions.
The responses are monitored via
webcam and analyzed by Mach,
which provides tips to help people
improve interview skills.
00 Exercising while pregnant
doesnt just help the mother but
the baby too, according to researchers at the Univ. of Granada, Polytechnic Univ. of Madrid and the
European Univ. of Madrid. They
found that moderate exercise 3
times a week in the 2nd and 3rd
trimesters halves the risk of a baby
with excessive birth weight.

ment rental firm, said Q2 EPS


rose 70% to $1.12, beating views
by 11 cents. Revenue rose 21% to
$1.2 bil, under. Shares fell 0.8%.

AEROSPACE
Honeywell part investigated
A transmitter made by the conglomerate was one of several components being investigated for
causing a fire on a BoeingBA 787
Dreamliner at Londons Heathrow
airport last week. The U.K.s Air Accidents Investigation Branch has already suggested the fire didnt start
from the lithium batteries that
caused the Dreamliners to be
grounded for 3 months in Jan. HoneywellHON has joined the investigation and said it hasnt had prior
problems with the transmitter. Boeing shares fell 1.4%. Honeywell
shares fell 0.3%.

CHEMICALS
Mosaic hurt as orders weaken
The fertilizer maker said falling
prices of phosphate and potash
hurt fiscal Q4 earnings, and it expects a further drop amid soft demand in China after a contract
lapsed, and orders from India softened. EPS slid 4% vs. a year ago to
$1.14. Revenue fell 4.8% to $2.69 bil
from $2.82 bil. MosaicMOS said depreciation of the Indian currency
and lower govt subsidies there
made imported phosphate and potash more expensive in India, the
worlds biggest phosphate importer. Mosaic shares fell 3.6% to 54.12.

PHARMACEUTICALS
Onyx takeover bids expected
Initial bids for the pharmaceutical
company are expected as early as
this week. AmgenAMGN, PfizerPFE,
Bristol-Myers SquibbBMY and Gilead SciencesGILD could make possible bids, according to reports.
Amgen is seen as the most likely
buyer, according to sources cited
in a Reuters article, after its $120
per share offer was rejected by
OnyxONYX last month. Amgen shares
fell 0.4% to 104.05.

OECD sees slow jobless drop


The unemployment rate across developed economies will decline
gradually in the next 18 months,
said the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development,
which sees the jobless rate dipping
to 7.8% by the end of 14 from 8% in
May. The improvement will also
be uneven, with the U.S. jobless
rate seen falling to 6.7% by late 14
from 7.6% now, while the eurozones rate is expected to rise to
12.3% from 12.1%.

Eurozone exports, imports fall


May exports dropped 2.3%, worse
than Aprils monthly 0.8% slide,
led by a 9% plunge in German exports. French shipments declined
4.6%, while Italys climbed 3.6%
and Spains rose 0.8%. Imports fell
2.2%, after edging up 0.5% in April,
signaling domestic demand is fading. On an annual basis, exports are
flat and imports are 6% lower. The
trade surplus shrank to 14.6 bil
euros from 15.2 bil euros.
00 Eurozone consumer inflation
accelerated to 1.6% in June from
1.4% in May, as energy costs
climbed . But ex food, alcohol,
tobacco and energy prices, inflation held at 1.2%.
00 German investor confidence
unexpectedly dropped, with the
ZEW think tanks index slipping to
36.3 in July from 38.5 in June. It
was the first decline in 3 months
and came as industrial output,
factory orders and export indicators worsened.
00 U.K. consumer inflation
picked up to 2.9% in June from
2.7% in May, but was below expectations of 3%. Producers saw a
4.2% annual surge in input prices
vs. 1.8% in May.

COMING UP WEDNESDAY
00 Mortgage applications index
for the week ended July 12, 7 a.m.
ET.
00 Housing starts for June, 8:30
a.m. ET (forecast: 951,000 annual
rate).
00 Fed Chairman Ben Bernanke
speaks, 10 a.m. ET (testimony out
at 8:30 a.m. ET).
00 Beige book, 2 p.m. ET.

IN BRIEF

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Earnings Calendar ..................................Monday
IBD 50 ................................Monday, Wednesday
Industry Snapshot .................................Monday
Inside Real Estate ......................................Friday
Funds & Personal Finance .....................Monday
Managing For Success ..........................Monday
New America Archive ...............................Friday
Top/Bottom 200 Composite Stocks ......Thursday
Weekly Top 10 .......................................Monday
Weekly Stocks On the Move ..................Monday
Your Weekly Review ................................Friday

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WORLD
N. Korea-bound arms seized
Panama took control of a N. Korean ship loaded with what appeared
to be missiles stashed among the
brown sugar shipment, which originated in Cuba. Such an arms shipment would be a violation of U.N.
sanctions vs. Pyongyang over its nuclear program. After a standoff
with Panamanian forces, the ships
captain tried to cut his own throat.
Panama stopped the ship last
week, arresting the crew Mon.
RUSSIA: After 3 weeks in the transit
zone of Moscows main airport,
U.S. fugitive Edward Snowden
applied for temporary asylum in
Russia. Snowden, who revealed
details about vast U.S. electronic
surveillance programs, ultimately
wants asylum in Latin America.
SPAIN: The opposition Socialists
threatened to seek a no-confidence
vote vs. PM Mariano Rajoy if he
doesnt satisfy outstanding
questions over a scandal involving
his center-right Peoples Partys
financing. Among the accusations:
Construction execs gave cash
donations to party leaders.

CONTENTS
Amex Tables ....................B10
Big Picture .........................B4
Block Trades .....................B13
Commodity Futures ........A10
Company Index .................A2
Credit Market ...................A11
Dividends News.................A11
Earnings News ..................A8
Economic News ..................A2
Editorials ..........................A12
Exchange Traded Funds ....A9
General Market ...................B4
Great Opportunities ............B5
IBD 50 ..................................B1
Internet & Technology .......A4
Investor's Corner ................B6
Issues & Insights ............A12

COMPANY INDEX
Alkermes ........................B2
Apple Inc ........................A6
Asbury Automotive .......A5
AutoNation Inc...............A5
Bebe Stores ...................B6
Best Buy .........................A3
Bluebird Bio ...................A5
CBS Corp .........................B1
Coca-Cola ......................A6
Epizyme Inc ...................A5
Ericsson..........................A4
Escalade Inc ................B10
Evercore Partners ..........B2
Google Inc ..............A1, A6
Green Mtn Coffee ..........A6
Harley Davidson...........B10
Home Depot .................B10
Iconix Brand Group ........B2
Johnson & Johnson ......A4
Lumber Liquidators .....B10
NetEase ...........................B1

NeuStar Inc ....................A4


New Orientl Edu & Tec....B1
NXP Semiconductors .....A6
Packging Corp Of Amer B2
Pharmacyclics ...............A4
Polaris Inds .................B10
Proto Labs Inc .............B10
Receptos Inc .................A5
Regeneron Pharma .......B2
Ruths Hospitality ...........B9
SS&C Technologies ......B10
Soufun Hldgs ........B1, B10
Starbucks Corp .............A6
Stratasys Ltd .................B4
Tableau Software .........A5
Target ............................A3
Tesla Motors Inc ............B4
Virtusa Corp ...................B1
Wal-Mart .......................A3
Web.com Group ..........B10
Yandex ...........................B4

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Leaders & Success .............A3


Leading Market Index .....B12
Low Price Stocks ...............B6
Mutual Funds & ETFs .........A6
New America ......................A5
New Highs & Lows .............B1
New Highs List Analysis ......B1
New Issues .........................A5
Option Tables ...................A14
REITs ...................................B2
Research Tables ..................B7
Stock Spotlight ..................B9
Stocks Just Out Of Bases ...B1
To The Point ......................A2
Top Sector Stocks ............B12
Volume Changes...............B13
World News Briefs .............A2
World Stocks ....................B14

FEATURE CALENDAR

AppleAAPL iPhone 5S hit a production snag, according to a report


from Taiwans DigiTimes.The
website says Apples contract
manufacturers are experiencing
poor production yields of chips for
a fingerprint-recognition sensor
and an LCD driver. The issues will
likely cut the Q1 shipments of the
new phone, expected to launch in
Sept. DigiTimes has a mixed track
record when it comes to accuracy,
CNET notes. Apple shares rose
0.6% to 430.20.

Laws that allow gun owners to use


deadly force rather than retreat actually foster conflict in neighborhoods and may encourage violence
to escalate, Attorney Gen. Eric
Holder told the NAACP, adding
that they try to fix something that
was never broken. While Fla.s socalled stand your ground law
wasnt cited by George Zimmermans defense in the Trayvon Martin shooting trial, instructions
given to the jury noted it.
00 Sen. Mike Enzi, R-Wyo., announced he will run for re-election
next year, seeking a 4th term. He
will face Liz Cheney, daughter of
ex-VP Dick Cheney, in the GOP
primary. A Republican challenging
a GOP incumbent is considered
rare in the state, and Enzis re-election announcement came more
than 6 months earlier than his
previous ones.
00 Defense Secy Chuck Hagel
said he plans to slash personnel at
top Pentagon offices by 20% over
the 2015-19 period.

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DONT BE AFRAID TO INNOVATE; BE DIFFERENT: Following


the herd is a sure way to mediocrity.

Push For Healthy Sales


The meat jerky market is
huge. Chew on this: At just
the Wal-MartWMT checkout
counters, sales of the snack
exceed $300 million a year.
That doesnt even count the jerky
sales made throughout the rest of
each Wal-Mart store.
It would come as no surprise,
then, that the niche is littered with
tons of brands. So how did Brian
Levin and his crew at Greenwood
Village, Colo.-based Performance
Enhancing Meat Snacks carve out
a nice slice of the market?
The president and co-founder
credits several factors.
00 Question the status quo.
Levin, after studying the market
and trying hundreds of varieties of
jerky, wondered: Why does jerky
have all of these bad ingredients?
By bad, he meant sodium nitrate,
MSG and other artificial compounds meant to make it last as
long as the cockroaches that survive Armageddon.
He also asked why most jerky
snacks seemed to have the texture
of leather. I cant believe people actually eat this stuff. Jerky has the
potential to be one of the greatest
snack foods of all time, Levin told
IBD. Its got super high protein,
no fat, low carbs.
Mark Reith, a triathlete and cofounder of Bare Nutrition in
Monterey, Calif., created a fruitbased energy drink that captures
the health benefits of chia seeds,
which are high in omega-3 fatty
acids, protein and fiber. We
brought to market an extension of
our home recipe, he said at the
Expo West trade show in Anaheim, Calif. There wasnt that convenience factor in the market,
where you could pick up a product
at the market. This was the gap.
00 Invest. To make his Perky Jerky
stand out, Levin used better cuts of

meat. The next step: finding the


right ingredients. Even the caffeine thats added to Perky Jerkys
products is natural, extracted from
the guarana fruit. It took a lot of
different versions of R&D to get the
sodium content for turkey down to
110 milligrams (a serving), Levin
said. His company is on track to
reach $10 million or more in sales
in 2013. You really have to strive
to innovate through quality.
00 Break the rules. Practically
every jerky has a see-through window in the packaging. That way,
consumers can check for mold.
Levin is so confident with his
Perky Jerky, he wraps it in aluminum foil to stand out.
00 Learn from the best. Levin,
who studied business at the University of Pennsylvanias Wharton undergraduate school, got his first job
assisting marketing whiz Sidney
Frank. His boss turned an undistinguished German distilled spirit
named Jaegermeister into big sales
in America.
Then, eight years after Frank created the Grey Goose brand of
French vodka, he sold the winner
in 2004 for more than $2 billion.
Frank taught Levin to make a
high-quality product thats better
than the pack and make it look
great with stylish packaging. Go to
the checkout line at Best BuyBBY,
TargetTGT and a Wal-Mart on the
East Coast, and the black and gold
Perky Jerky bag sticks out.
00 Listen and learn. An interview
with folks at Targets customer hotline told Levins crew that the
buzzword for food products today
is gluten-free. This meant Perky
Jerky had to concoct a soy sauce
that doesnt include wheat. Levins
team succeeded. Its beef and turkey snacks feature new flavors:
teriyaki, sweet and spicy, and hot
and bothered. David Saito-Chung

Herzogs Cardinal Flight


Aim High: His emphasis on speed, hustle led to winning
BY DAVID SAITO-CHUNG
INVESTOR'S BUSINESS DAILY

In early 1980, Whitey Herzog was


out of a job.
And not because of a horrid performance. Herzog was a proven
winner, having just wrapped up
five winning seasons as the Kansas
City Royals manager that included
three division titles.
Still, Herzog was booted after his
team lost to the New York Yankees
in the playoffs all three years.
Now as spring left him on the outside of training camp, Herzog
played in a golf tournament at the
Lake of the Ozarks in Missouri.
Suddenly the lawyer for St. Louis
Cardinals owner August Busch
called. A day later, they met.
The Anheuser-Busch beer magnate offered Herzog a one-year,
$100,000 contract on the spot.
Herzog said no. The pay was fine.
But he wanted a three-year deal.
Busch looked at his lawyer and
agreed with the counteroffer. Thus
started the Cardinals flight under
Herzog in the 1980s.

Go For It
I made only one promise when I
took over the Cardinals, Herzog
wrote in White Rat: A Life in Baseball, with Kevin Horrigan. I said
we would hustle and bust our tails,
or else Id find people who would. I
dont have a whole lot of rules as a
manager, but one thing I insist on is
that players run as hard as they can
all of the time. That was going to be
a new experience for some of the
Cardinals players.
Run they did. All the way to a
World Series triumph in 1982 and
just a step shy of another in 1985
and 87. Perfecting the art of small
ball, Herzog won by focusing on
the basics of the game, making the
most out of every man on the roster
and building a team of players who
took his strategy to heart.
The best manager in baseball
had informed me that we were
headed to the World Series and I

WhiteyHerzogmadethreetripsto
theWorldSerieswithSt.Louisand
reached the Hall of Fame in 2010.

sides, offensively and defensively.


It is speed. By having 250 stolen
bases a year, we could neutralize
the power of an opposing team. We
manufactured runs because the
players fundamentally bought into
what we were trying to do.
The strategy worked.
In 1982, Herzogs Cards topped
Cecil Cooper, Paul Molitor and the
other Milwaukee sluggers in a
thrilling seven-game World Series
giving the Gateway City its ninth
championship but first in 15 years.
Herzog nearly bagged two more
world titles. His Cardinals pushed
his old Royals to seven games in
1985 before falling and did the
same against the Minnesota Twins
two years later.

Hall Of Famer

Herzogs Keys
00 Managed St. Louis to the

1982 world championship.


00 Overcame: Constant job
insecurity and a tight budget with the Cardinals.
00 Lesson: Find a winning
strategy and implement it.
00 Yesterday means nothing. Tomorrow, you dont
know whats going to happen. So today, focus on the
moment.
would play an important role on
the team, Ricky Horton, who became a reliable reliever for the Redbirds pennant winners of 1985 and
87, wrote in the foreword of Doug
Feldmans Fleeter Than Birds. I
believed him. We believed him.
Herzog knew that St. Louis cavernous Busch Stadium favored fast
runners and agile fielders on the artificial surface.
So he built a squad of lean players
who could steal bases and advance
runners into scoring position
and traded away anyone who
didnt embrace his strategy.
I was lucky in St. Louis, Herzog, 81, told IBD. I had an owner
who was 100% behind me. Theres
only one thing you can use on both

Since his last season with St. Louis


in 1990, the Cardinals have added
two more crowns for a total of 11,
most in National League history.
In Herzogs decade with the Cardinals, they had a .530 winning percentage, and he was voted NL Manager of the Year in 1985. That followed a .574 run with the Royals.
Baseball recognized that stellar
career by landing him in the Hall of
Fame in 2010.
Nicknamed Whitey for his silvery blond hair, Dorrel Norman
Elvert Herzog grew up in New Athens, Ill., just southeast of St. Louis.
His father, Edgar, worked for a
brewery and the Illinois Highway
Department. His mother, Lietta,
worked in a shoe factory. They
both taught their son the value of
never missing a day of work and always showing up on time.
On the school front, Whitey was
prone to miss class so he could attend Cardinal day games. He paid
for the round-trip bus ride by
sneaking into the outfield stands
during batting practice, collecting
home run balls and selling them to
spectators for a tidy profit.
After school, Herzog and buddies
would turn an unused piece of
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Sales through online travel companies like


Orbitz Worldwide and Kayak are expected
to grow just 7% this year after an 11% jump
in 2012. Even with that slowdown, online
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of all travel sales.
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INTERNET & TECHNOLOGY


NeuStar CEO Diversifies,
But Core Contract Still Key
Manages Telecom Database
CEO Lisa Hook has firm
focused on analytics as it
bids for contract renewal
BY REINHARDT KRAUSE
INVESTOR'S BUSINESS DAILY

Sales of prostate-cancer drug Zytiga, made by J&Js Centocor Ortho Biotech unit, jumped 70% last quarter.

Johnson & Johnson Q2 Beats,


But Raises Guidance Modestly
Stock Rises Just Tiny Fraction
Executives warn about
macroeconomic and
foreign currency issues
BY AMY REEVES
INVESTOR'S BUSINESS DAILY

Medical giant Johnson & Johnson


beat analysts expectations for the
second quarter and raised its 2013
outlook, but the company didnt
get much of a bump in its already elevated share price.
The company early Tuesday said
Q2 sales rose 9% over the year-earlier quarter to $17.9 billion, about
$180 million more than analysts
consensus, according to Thomson
Reuters. Profit minus one-time
items climbed 14% to $1.48 a share,
beating estimates by 9 cents.
It was the first double-digit profit
gain in at least four years for
Johnson & JohnsonJNJ, which is in
turnaround mode after suffering a
string of product recalls and quality-control issues that led to the appointment of new CEO Alex Gorsky last year.
He said on a conference call with
analysts, A year ago, our team established a set of critical near-term
priorities for moving the business
forward. . . . Weve made solid, demonstrable progress on delivering
on our financial commitments, restoring a reliable supply of OTC
(over-the-counter) products to
consumers, continuing the successful integration of Synthes and building on the strong momentum in
our pharmaceutical business.
J&J shelled out more than $20 billion for Synthes, one of the worlds
biggest orthopedics companies, in

June 2012.
The buyout puffed up orthopedics sales by 47% year over year, a
rare island of growth for the companys device and diagnostic segment.
On the call, Gorsky said macroeconomic pressures were lowering
admissions to hospitals and thus
pressuring hospitals budgets,
echoing similar comments from Intuitive SurgicalISRG last week
when it warned Q2 results would
miss views. Still, he said health
care providers are willing to spend
on products that sufficiently improve on existing options.

The Prostate-Cancer Front


Things were brighter on the pharmaceutical side, where the company offered bullish assessments of
several recent product launches.
Sales of prostate-cancer drug Zytiga vaulted 70% to $395 million, topping Wall Streets consensus by
$25 million. That drug was first approved in the U.S. in 2011, but its
market expanded considerably last
December when it was also approved for patients who hadnt had
chemotherapy.
Sales of Xarelto, the stroke-prevention drug that has also been
compiling new indications since its
2011 approval, more than tripled to
$189 million. J&J also said early
numbers were good for Invokana,
a diabetes drug that launched in
America at the start of Q2.
In a research note Wednesday,
Morningstar analyst Damien
Conover said these three drugs
should all develop into blockbusters. He also highlighted the expected near-term launches of ibrutinib, a cancer drug developed with
PharmacyclicsPCYC that was filed

last month under the FDAs new accelerated breakthrough-therapy


approval system, and simeprevir
for hepatitis C.
This strong innovation is occurring against the backdrop of relatively minor patent losses,
Conover wrote.
J&J reported 17% growth in sales
of over-the-counter products, a
business in recovery mode after
being hit by manufacturing issues
in 2010. Sandra Peterson, who was
appointed to head the consumer
group last September, says the company expects to have three-quarters of its brands back in stores by
years end. She adds that the company has already resumed its traditional leadership role in certain categories such as adult analgesics,
with Extra Strength Tylenol.
With all this good news, the company raised its guidance only modestly for the full year.
On a constant-currency basis,
sales should be in the range of $71.3
billion to $71.9 billion, an increase
of 6% to 7% vs. Q3 2012, with EPS
rising a similar amount to a range
of $5.42 to $5.49, says CFO Dominic Caruso.
He notes that foreign-currency
head winds have been stronger
than expected, so if current trends
continue, the numbers might wind
up below consensus.
The stock finished Tuesday up
just a penny at 90.41 after touching
a new high of 91.66 earlier in the
session. The stock is up more than
4% in July, hitting new highs the
past three trading days.
They raised guidance, but just
barely after they beat (Q2 views)
considerably, Conover told IBD.
The stock may have flattened out
as people digested the call.

FOLLOW THE LEADERS.

Shares of NeuStar have doubled


since former AOL executive Lisa
Hook became chief executive in
2010, as she moves to diversify the
company while also securing renewal of its major contract.
NeuStarNSR still garners most of
its revenue from a telecom industry contract for managing a database used to route phone calls and
text messages, which is up for renewal. The Sterling, Va.-based
company, however, has become
more than a one-trick pony.
NeuStars acquisition of Targus
Information for $650 million in
2011 proved to be a good move, analysts say. Targus provides caller
identification services as well as
consumer sales-leads to business
customers.
NeuStar, a former subsidiary of
Lockheed MartinLMT, also has increased its stock repurchase program since Hook took the helm.
She should get an A for the short
time shes been CEO, said John
Bright, an analyst at Avondale Partners. The Targus Info acquisition
has been a great success. Theyve
taken a company that had great visibility (on revenue) and good cashflow and have added value by using
that cash to buy back shares and
make a solid acquisition.

Contract Expires June 30, 2015


Hook is facing a big test, though.
NeuStars contract to manage the
number portability administration
center, or NPAC, database is up for
renewal. It expires June 30, 2015.
Ten telecom companies are reviewing bids. Theyre expected to
choose the vendor for the next contract this summer. The Federal
Communications Commission is
then supposed to ratify their selection by Sept. 20.
NeuStars expertise in managing
that database gives it a good chance
to win renewal, analysts say.
NeuStar has been the NPAC database operator since 1996. The
names of the bidders have not been
released, but analysts say Telcordia probably is among them. Now
owned by telecom gear maker EricssonERIC, Telcordia under another
name had been a research unit of
the regional Bells.
More than half of NeuStars 2012
revenue of $831 million came from
the NPAC contract. Revenue
growth tied to the NPAC database,
though, is slowing.
Under its existing contract,
NeuStars NPAC revenue will rise

6.5% in 2013, 2014 and part of 2015.


Telecom companies are expected
to be tough negotiators in renewing the NPAC contact. Analyst
Bright says revenue growth could
fall to 3% annually by the end of the
next contract.
Theres a sizable short interest in
NeuStars stock, about 10% of its
float. Bright says there is a risk
NeuStar could lose the NPAC contract or that the contract could be
split between two companies.
Short-sellers, who make money if a
stock declines, might also be betting that terms of the new contract
might disappoint, Bright said.
While the NPAC contract has
given NeuStar a reliable source of
revenue, future growth is mostly
tied to Targus Info and other company initiatives, such as Internet
domain registry services. NeuStar
is handling marketing and technical services for new domains, such
as .nyc. NeuStar acquired UltraDNS for $62 million in 2006.

Were focused on providing


analytic services to
communication service
providers, to the media and
advertising industries, to
financial services and to
retail.
Lisa Hook, CEO, NeuStar

In Q1, NeuStars non-NPAC revenue rose 10% from the year-earlier


quarter to $107.1 million. Analysts
expect non-NPAC revenue growth
to pick up in the second half of 2013
as it signs up more more corporate
clients. It hasnt given a date yet for
its Q2 release.
NeuStar has forecast 2013 revenue growth of 8% to 10%, with
sales of about $905 million.
RBC Capital analyst Daniel Perlin, in a report, says NeuStar is transitioning from being a database
manager to providing value-added
information and data analytics to
business customers.
NeuStar has targeted advertising
and marketing as well as network
security.
Were focused on providing analytic services to communication
service providers, to the media and
advertising industries, to financial
services and to retail, which is sort
of where the bulk of our top 500
customers are, said Hook at a William Blair conference in June.
There are other verticals that
were looking at that, she added.
NeuStar has been on the IBD 50
this month. The stock hit an alltime high of 52.41 on Monday but
closed down a fraction. Tuesday, it
closed at 51.38, down nearly 1%.

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There were 22 venture capital-backed IPOs in


Q2, up 83% from the year-ago quarter and up
144% from Q1, reported CB Insights Tuesday.
Health care took half of the IPOs, led by medical devices. Among the top-performing stocks
have been EpizymeEPZM, Ambit Biosciences
AMBI
, ReceptosRCPT and Bluebird BioBLUE. The
largest tech IPO was Tableau SoftwareDATA.

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price
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Goldman Sachs & Co
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Morgan Stanley
213.1 29 Machinery-Mtl Hdlg/Autmn Fbr & Co
190.7 26 Medical-Biomed/Biotech Citigroup
169.5 3 Medical-Biomed/Biotech Aegis Capital Corp
138.3 28 Retail-Restaurants
Morgan Stanley
118.3 15 Medical-Biomed/Biotech Wells Fargo Sec
116.3 13 Medical-Biomed/Biotech J P Morgan

THE NEW AMERICA


ASBURY AUTOMOTIVE GROUP Duluth, Georgia

Dealership Chain Cruises As Car Sales Punch It Into Gear


BY KEVIN DOBBS

Asbury Automotive Group

FOR INVESTOR'S BUSINESS DAILY

asburyauto.com

Dealership chain Asbury Automotive Group emerged from the tumultuous aftermath of the last recession as a growth engine, thanks
to proven leadership and a diverse
offering of vehicles and services
that helped it capitalize on a broader auto industry turnaround.
Under the stewardship of President and CEO Craig Monaghan,
who joined the Duluth, Ga.-based
firm as CFO in 2008 and nabbed
the top job in 2011, Asbury AutomotiveABG has built up profits alongside an auto industry that has rebounded since 2010. Thats repaired and bolstered a stock that
was badly bruised during the financial crisis.
Within months of Monaghan joining Asbury Automotive, the companys stock nose-dived from above
$12 per share to the $2 level.

Car Sales Rev Up Again


But as the economy healed, pentup demand for new vehicles was
unleashed by 2010, helping to
drive auto sales and feed other Asbury Automotive business lines
such as its parts and service operation. The company simultaneously
trimmed costs and improved its efficiency.
Financial results have since
steadily improved.
For the first quarter of this year,
the company reported operating income of 77 cents per diluted share,
well ahead of the 54 cents a share
for the same period a year earlier.
It posted 2012 full-year operating
income of $2.64 per diluted share,
up from $1.77 a share in 2011.
Its stock price now hovers comfortably above 44.
And, analysts say, conditions are

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Salesman No-Rah Cheffon, right, talks with a customer at the Asbury


Automotive-owned Nalley Lexus Galleria in Smyrna, Ga.

ripening for further advances. Demand is widely expected to remain


strong the rest of this year and into
the next, said Stephens analyst Richard Nelson. He noted the average age of U.S. cars and trucks is
about 11 years, the oldest on record.
As unemployment comes down
and housing values increase amid a
growing economy, consumer
wealth is rebuilding and confidence is improving. As that develops, he said, more Americans are
likely to sell their older vehicles
and buy new ones.
Asbury Automotive will benefit
from the continued recovery, Nelson said.
Whats more, with interest rates
still low, credit is widely affordable. At the same time, trade-in values for used vehicles are generally
high, making new car and truck

Whitey Herzog Sparked St. Louis


To 3 World Series Appearances
HERZOG FROM A3

farmland into a baseball field.


Then they played for hours.
It was nothing for us to play five
or six nine-inning games every
day, he wrote in White Rat.
Herzog became so proficient, the
Yankees signed him in 1949.

Yankee Daze
The bad news: He competed
against Mickey Mantle for the center-field position.
The good news: During spring
training in 1956, Herzog learned details firsthand from Casey Stengel,
the manager who amassed seven
world championships.
Casey Stengel was probably the
best teacher of fundamentals I had
ever known, Herzog said. Stengel
was a great teacher of base running.
The Yankees had been not only
great at hitting, but also they were
the best defensive team and in fundamentals such as how to get a base
runner from first base to third.
Stengel traded Herzog to the
Washington Senators that year.
The outfielder was on the way to a
multicity journey, playing for the
Kansas City As, Baltimore Orioles
and Detroit Tigers through 1963.
All the while he worked hard on
his versatility. With Kansas City in
1959 he worked on skills behind
the plate, figuring the team
wouldnt need to hire a third catcher in case the first two got injured.
Even though he played mostly the
outfield and never catcher, the As
rewarded his effort with a thousand-dollar raise to $11,000 a year.
After leaving the majors as a player, Herzog worked a little in construction, then returned to baseball as a scout for the As in 1964.
The pay wasnt much, and Herzog heard it from his wife. Mary
Lou thought I was crazy, but she
knew I had to do it, he wrote.
He graduated to coaching and finally landed his first skipper post,
taking over the hapless Texas Rangers in 1973. They went nowhere
and fired Herzog, who managed a
handful of games for the Angels in
1974 before nailing down his big
shot back in Kansas City, this
time for the Royals, who had fol-

ABG
Near 44
$4.83 bil
23%

lowed the As as the citys team.


As a manager, Herzog treasured
flexibility in his lineup. If the opposing teams pitcher was a righthander, it meant that his righthanded batter would have a harder
time getting a hit.
So with St. Louis, Herzog stocked
his lineup with switch-hitters, including future Hall of Famer Ozzie
Smith and 1985 NL Most Valuable
Player Willie McGee, both of whom
could hit and run like the wind.
One of the reasons Busch and
Herzog got along well was their
common business approach to the
game. They obviously wanted to
win, but Busch didnt want to have
a soaring payroll. Herzog understood this and made the most of his
players for every situation.
St. Louis had this player named
Dane Iorg, a platoon player who
would have at most 200 at bats a
year. He was a left-handed hitter
who absolutely murdered the
Expos pitchers because Herzog
knew how to work him in a game,
Jonah Keri, author of The Extra
2%: How Wall Street Strategies
Took a Major League Baseball
Team From Worst to First and
baseball writer for Grantland.com,
told IBD. Another player, Jose
Oquendo, played all nine positions.
It speaks to Herzogs ability as a tactician. He really got the most out of
his 25-man asset.

Oh, Canada
Keri, an expert on those Expos of
Montreal who became the Washington Nationals, notes that players on visiting teams were easily
tempted by the array of nightlife in
the cosmopolitan Canadian city.
Herzog, fully aware of this, made
a habit of flying the team on the
morning of the game so his players
would be in the best possible shape
and frame of mind to win.
Today, Herzog sings high praise
for Bruce Bochy, skipper of the
reigning world champion San Francisco Giants. The team doesnt
have the most power, Herzog told
IBD. But those kids play the way
they should play. They dont mind
giving themselves to advance a runner on base.
Kind of like 1982.

purchases increasingly appealing,


Nelson said.
He and other analysts say Asbury
Automotive is among a group of established retailers that are both
large enough and diverse enough
to reach a broad auto-buying audience, making Asbury well-positioned to continue to benefit from
the positive momentum. Asbury
Automotive operates 77 retail auto
stores in 10 major markets, primarily in the South. It has 98 franchises
that sell 29 different automotive
brands.
It has a very attractive brand
mix, Nelson said.
Auto sales also have been driven
by popular new designs, better
technology and an expansion of
fuel-efficient offerings, said David
Whiston, a Morningstar analyst.
Theres a lot of fantastic product
out there," he said, noting that this
benefits a diverse retailer like Asbury.
Whiston said June auto sales
were particularly strong. U.S. auto
makers sold 1.4 million cars and
light trucks last month, up 9.2%
from a year earlier, according to Autodata Corp. During the first six
months of this year, Americans
bought more than 7.8 million cars
and light trucks, a 7.7% increase
from the same period in 2012.
Prior to the June sales report,
Whiston had estimated that the industrys sales could grow 7% to 8%
this year, to between 15.2 million
and 15.5 million cars and light

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trucks. But if the strong June numbers are an indication of what lies
ahead in coming months, he said,
total sales could approach 16 million.
The June results were very encouraging, he said.
Whiston said increasing new-vehicle sales serve as a foundation
for all of the dealerships operations and boost Asbury Automotive in several ways.
In the first quarter, for example,
as total revenues increased 15%
from a year earlier to $1.2 billion,
new-vehicle revenues were up
16%. But its finance and insurance
revenues were up even more
25% as customers buying cars
also tapped the retailer for additional services.
Total gross profit grew 12%,
meanwhile, with increases from all
business lines, including a 9%
bump to gross profit in its parts and
service operation. Because of warrantees on new autos, customers
tend to stick with dealers for basic
services, and because of this, parts
and service revenue is a big driver
of income for the likes of Asbury
Automotive. In fact, it accounts for
nearly half of the companys gross
profit, Whiston said.
As such, Whiston said, Asbury Automotive looks appealing against
the positive sales trend background, helping to explain why investors have favored the stock.
Asbury Automotive is scheduled
to report second-quarter results
July 23. Analysts on average estimate earnings of 81 cents per share,
up 17% from a year earlier, according to Thomson Reuters.
Whiston also noted that management has previously told analysts
that Asbury could pursue acquisition opportunities this year to further expand its reach. And, importantly, Monaghan has impressed
the Street, he said.

The chief executive joined Asbury Automotive from AutoNationAN, the largest U.S. automotive retailer, where he was finance chief.
Whiston said AutoNation has a reputation for operating efficiently
and taking advantage of economies
of scale. He said Monaghan has injected a heightened focus on those
aspects to Asbury Automotive
and is still transforming the company. He anticipates that Asbury
Automotive will continue to get
leaner and, in the process, churn
out healthy profits the rest of this
year.
Under Monaghan, for instance,
the company has bought out many
of its stores lease agreements, recognizing that with low interest
rates it would save in some cases by
paying less in mortgage payments.
It completed $18 million in lease
buyouts in 2012. It also divested a
pair of underperforming franchises while acquiring two others
viewed as growth opportunities.

Uncertain Road Ahead


All of that said, Asbury Automotive and its top competitors are
hardly immune to outside pressures, analysts say. The economy,
while recovering, could sputter
again and curb sales. Or interest
rates could rise rapidly if the Federal Reserve backs off on stimulus efforts that have put downward pressure on rates, potentially affecting
consumers access to affordable
credit. Or unexpected disruptions
to supplies could affect retailers
ability to meet demand.
And competition is always fierce
from major competitors such as
AutoNation to myriad smaller players scrapping to survive.
Investors at some point could bet
against a continued sales rise, Whiston said. They could sell off auto retailer stocks, take profits and
move on to another sector.
But right now, he said, things are
looking good.
For his part, Monaghan has conveyed nothing but confidence to investors. Speaking with analysts during a conference call to discuss firstquarter results, the executive said
the companys new-vehicle sales
outperformed the industry as a
whole and the positive momentum
is sustainable.
We believe our strong brand
portfolio, attractive geographic locations and proven ability to execute will allow us to grow across all
business lines, he said.

IPO Filings Soon To Be Priced


Symbol/
Shares Estimated Mkt Value
P/E Ratios:
Company
Exchange
(000)
Price
($Mil) Industry Group
Co / Grp
Lead Underwriter
Liquid Holdings Group
LIQD/NDQ 5,750 9.0 11.0 289.2 Computer SftwrFinancial n.a./ 28 Sandler O'neill.
New York, NY. Develops software that integrates trading, risk management, accounting and administration tools in a single platform.
ICEL/NDQ 4,423 12.0 14.0 228.4 MedicalBiomed/Biotech
n.a./ 46
Cellular Dynamics Intl
Madison, WI. Manufactures fully functioning human cells in industrial quantities to precise specifications.

J P Morgan.

SALE/NDQ 9,091 20.0 22.0 1104.6 InternetContent


42/ 37
Morgan Stanley.
RetailMeNot Inc.
Austin, TX. Operates a digital coupon marketplace, connecting consumers with retailers via RetailMeNot.com.
n.a./ 46 Stifel Nicolaus Weisel.
Conatus Pharmaceuticals CNAT/NDQ 5,750 10.0 12.0 183.9 MedicalBiomed/Biotech
San Diego, CA. Develops novel medicines for the treatment of patients in orphan populations with chronic liver disease.
82/ 27
Credit Suisse.
Diamond Resorts Intl Inc DRII/NSE 17,600 16.0 18.0 1357.1 LeisureLodging
Las Vegas, NV. Offers vacation ownership programs with over 490,000 ownerfamilies and a worldwide network of 296 destinations.
n.a./ 46 Citigroup.
Onconova Therapeutics ONTX/NDQ 5,308 12.0 14.0 290.6 MedicalBiomed/Biotech
Newtown, PA. Develops drug candidates to treat myelodysplastic syndromes and metastatic pancreatic cancer.
n.a./ 46
Agios Pharmaceuticals AGIO/NDQ 5,750 14.0 16.0 482.1 MedicalBiomed/Biotech
Cambridge, MA. Developing treatments for patients with cancer and inborn errors of metabolism.

J P Morgan.

NYLD/NSE 22,511 19.0 21.0 1391.3 EnergyAlternative/Other 91/ 53


Bofa Merrill Lynch.
NRG Yield Inc Cl A
Princeton, NJ. Owns, operates and acquires contracted renewable and conventional generation and thermal infrastructure assets
GRAM/NSE 18,721 19.7 23.3 3360.2 BldgHeavy Construction 29/ 16
Grana y Montero ADS
Peru. Perubased provider of engineering and construction services and infrastructure operations.

Credit Suisse.

JONE/NSE 16,100 17.0 19.0 965.9 Oil&GasU S Expl&Prod


n.a./ 35 J P Morgan.
Jones Energy Inc Cl A
Austin, TX. Engaged in oil and gas exploration and development in Anadarko and Arkoma basins of Texas and Oklahoma.
n.a./ 82
Physicians Realty Trust DOC/NSE 8,230 11.5 13.5 148.2 FinanceProperty Reit
Milwaukee, WI. Real estate investment trust investing in 19 medical office buildings located in 10 states

Wunderlich Sec.

WCIC/NSE 9,672 21.0 23.0 621.7 BldgResident/Comml


11/ 29
Citigroup.
W C I Communities
Bonita Springs, FL. Develops luxury singleand multifamily homes in most of coastal Florida's largest markets.
n.a./ 82 Bofa Merrill Lynch.
Rexford Industrial Rlty REXR/NSE 18,400 13.0 15.0 414.6 FinanceProperty Reit
Los Angeles, CA. REIT investing in 61 commercial properties located in infill markets in Southern California
HTBX/NDQ 2,614 10.0 12.0 74.4
MedicalBiomed/Biotech
n.a./ 46 Aegis Capital Corp.
Heat Biologics Inc
Chapel Hill, NC. Develops cellular therapeutic vaccines to combat a wide range of cancers and infectious diseases.
n.a./ 46 Cowen And Company.
Regado Biosciences Inc RGDO/NDQ 5,750 14.0 16.0 245.9 MedicalBiomed/Biotech
Basking Ridge, NJ. Develops antithrombotic drugs systems for acute and subacute cardiovascular indications.
UCP/NSE 8,913 15.0 17.0 331.6 BldgResident/Comml
n.a./ 29 Deutsche Bank Sec.
U C P Inc Cl A
San Jose, CA. Develops lots and builds singlefamily homes mainly in Northern California and the Puget Sound area of Washington.
J P Morgan.
Phillips 66 Partners LP PSXP/NSE 17,250 19.0 21.0 739.6 Oil&GasTransprt/Pipelne 10/ 44
Houston, TX. Owns and operates oil and gas products pipelines and terminals in the Gulf Coast and Central regions of the U.S.
OMED/NDQ 4,000 14.0 16.0 420.2 MedicalBiomed/Biotech
n.a./ 46 Jennings Capital.
OncoMed Pharma
Redwood City, CA. Develops monoclonal antibody therapeutics targeting pancreatic, lung and other types of cancer.

A6

WEDNESDAY, JULY 17, 2013

INVESTORS.COM

LONG VIEW
Growth-And-Income Funds Losing Edge

Growth of $10,000
$20,000

Growth-and-income funds, which pursue


stocks that deliver dividends as well as solid
earnings growth, have outperformed the
broad market in the past 15 years. But theyve
lost some of their edge so far this year. FPA
Perennials recent holdings include Graco.

Growth-and-income
funds
$20,759

15,000 6/30/98 to 7/15/13


S&P 500
$19,546

10,000
5,000

99 01 03 05 07 09 11 13

Source: Morningstar Inc.

Growth-and-income funds with assets of $100 mil+, ranked by 15-year average annual return as of 7/15/13
Funds

Symbol

3
months

CRM Mid Cap Value Instl


Franklin MicroCap Value A
Dreyfus Opportnstc Midcp Val
FPA Perennial
ING T. Rowe Price Cap Apprec
T. Rowe Price Capital Apprec
JPMorgan Emerg Mrkts Dbt Sel

CRIMX
FRMCX
DMCVX
FPPFX
ITCSX
PRWCX
JEMDX

11.46%
12.65
12.68
11.21
5.96
5.95
-8.35

Since 07 15-yr
YTD mrkt top avg

19.17%
22.34
22.62
19.48
13.53
13.62
-7.35

4.28%
6.92
9.38
7.01
6.56
6.75
5.22

11.37%
10.41
10.38
10.18
9.68
9.65

Funds

Symbol

Federated Mid-Cap Index Svc


Royce Total Return Invmt
Dodge & Cox Stock
Cambiar Opportunity Inv
Leuthold Core Invest Retail
AllianzGI NFJ Mid-Cap Value C
S&P 500

FMDCX
RYTRX
DODGX
CAMOX
LCORX
PQNCX

3
months

10.59%
10.63
11.38
12.08
3.57
10.03
8.96

Since 07 15-yr
YTD mrkt top avg

20.80%
18.74
23.63
21.84
8.36
16.55
19.32

6.94%
5.70
2.77
2.81
1.52
2.97
3.95

9.11%
9.06
8.33
8.29
7.94
7.76
4.32

MUTUAL FUNDS & ETFs


MUTUAL FUND PROFILE

Growth Funds Leading The Market

Three Heads Are Better Than One

These are among 40 funds selected for their ownership of market leaders,
high average Composite Rating and outperformance of the S&P 500

Idea Diversification
USAA manager plus two
separate subadvisers
run this all-cap fund

USAA Growth & Income


Total returns as of 7/15/13

30%

USAA Growth
& Income
Large-cap
blend funds
S&P 500

25
20

BY PAUL KATZEFF

15

INVESTOR'S BUSINESS DAILY

USAA Growth & Income FundUSGRX


is plugged into three brain trusts.
Fortypercent ofthe funds $1.4 billion assets are subadvised by Wellington Management. Another 20%
of assets are subadvised by Barrow,
Hanley, Mewhinney & Strauss.
The third head, with 40% of assets, has been run by USAAs own
John Jares since he replaced an
outside subadviser late last year.
All work independently of the
others. Jares uses a core strategy
approach with a tilt toward
growth. Wellington takes a core approach with a tilt toward growth
that is more mindful of valuations
than Jares tack.
Barrow Hanley uses a value-oriented strategy.
We let the managers find the best
opportunities, given their processes and records, said Wasif Latif,
who oversees the fund for USAA.
Despite its name, the fund does
not emphasize income. The funds
overall dividend yield is 0.94% vs.
1.95% for the broad market in the
form of the $137.5 billion Vanguard
500 Index FundVFINX.
We aim for long-term growth
through capital gains, supplemented with income, Latif said.
And the fund lets managers invest in stocks of any market capi-

10
5
0
1 year

15-yr avg

Source: Morningstar Inc.

talization. Now theyre looking for


most opportunities in the largecap space.
This flexible, diversified game
plan has resulted in a 19.21% gain
by the fund this year going into
Tuesday. Its large-cap blend rivals
tracked by Morningstar Inc. averaged 18.69%. The S&P 500 was up
19.32%.
In the past three years the fund
has averaged 14.96% a year vs. its
peer groups 16.14% and 17.84% for
the big-cap bogey.

Joltin Java
One of Jares stocks is Green
Mountain Coffee RoastersGMCR.
Earnings per share rose 27% and
45% the past two quarters. Shares
are up 311% in the past 52 weeks, although the stock is trying to recover its 10-week moving average line
as it consolidates recent gains.
The company is best known for
its Keurig single-cup brewing system. Coffee prices tumbled the past

Mutual Fund Performance


2013
%
Chg Fund

4 Wk Net
% Asset NAV
Chg Value Chg

For Monday, July 15, 2013

A
Aberdeen
$ 5.4 bil 8663922626
+ 5 GlobHiIncI
0 10.02n +.02
3 TotRetrnI
2 13.12n +.05
Advisors' Inner Circle
$ 3.3 bil 8007914226
7 AcadEmMkt 1 17.85n +.18
+17 EdgwdGrInst + 3 16.26n +.00
Aegis Funds
$ 318 mil 7035287788
+26 Value
+ 3 20.58n +.03
Alger Funds A
$ 3.4 bil 8009923863
+16 Spectra
+ 3 15.90 +.01
Alger Instl
$ 2.8 bil 8009923863
+16 CapApp
+ 3 25.84n +.02
Alliance Brnstn A
$ 16.9 bil 8002215672
+22 DiscovGr
+ 5 8.76 +.03
+19 Eqty Inc
+ 3 27.37 +.04
2 GloblBond 1 8.38 +.01
+21 Gr & Inc
+ 3 4.86 +.01
+ 2 HiIncome 1 9.44 +.02
+25 Sm Cap Gr + 7 46.85 +.22
Alliance Brnstn Adv
$ 7.6 bil 8002215672
+22 DiscovGr
+ 5 9.12n +.02
+24 DiscovVal + 4 21.50n +.06
+19 Eqty Inc
+ 3 27.56n +.05
+ 2 HiIncome 1 9.45n +.02
Alliance Brnstn C
$ 4.5 bil 8002215672
+ 1 HiIncome 1 9.55n +.02
Alliance Brnstn I
$ 2.9 bil 8002215672
+24 DiscovVal + 4 21.07n +.06
+25 SmCapGrow + 7 48.86n +.23
Allianz A
$ 5.7 bil 8004260107
+18 NFJ Div Val + 2 14.74 +.02
+18 NFJSmlCpVal + 3 33.44 +.06
Allianz Admin
$ 1.2 bil 8004260107
+18 NFJSmlVal + 3 33.40n +.05
Allianz Instl
$ 8.2 bil 8004260107
+18 NFJ Div Val + 2 14.81n +.02
+18 NFJSmlCpVal + 3 35.29n +.06
Amana Funds
$ 3.5 bil 8007288762
+10 Growth
+ 3 29.70n +.02
+17 Income
+ 1 39.75n +.02

2013
%
Chg Fund

4 Wk Net
% Asset NAV
Chg Value Chg

Amer Beacon AMR


$ 2.3 bil 8003883344
+23 LgCapVal
+ 3 26.28n +.08
Amer Beacon Inst
$ 10.9 bil 8003883344
+23 LgCapVal
+ 3 26.57n +.08
+19 S&P 500
+ 3 22.85n +.03
+24 Small Index + 6 16.74n +.11
+24 SmlCap Val + 5 26.37n +.11
Amer Beacon Inv
$ 5.2 bil 8003883344
+23 LgCapVal
+ 3 25.17n +.07
Amer Cent A
$ 13.0 bil 8003452021
+19 Equity Gr
+ 3 29.08 +.04
+15 Equity Inc + 2 8.93 +.03
Amer Cent Instl
$ 23.1 bil 8003452021
3 Divers Bd
2 10.70n +.02
+15 Equity Inc + 2 8.93n +.02
+20 EquityGrow + 3 29.13n +.05
+15 Growth
+ 3 31.34n +.02
+18 Heritage
+ 5 26.92n .05
2 IntmTxFrBd 2 11.27n +.00
+27 NT SmallCo + 6 10.62n +.08
3 NTDiversBd 1 10.64n +.03
+20 NTEqGrow + 3 12.15n +.02
+21 NTLrgVal
+ 3 11.42n +.03
+ 9 Real Estate + 2 25.37n +.07
Amer Cent Inv
$ 62.9 bil 8003452021
3 Divers Bd
2 10.70n +.02
+20 EquityGrow + 3 29.11n +.05
+15 EquityInc + 2 8.93n +.03
3 GinnieMae 2 10.68n +.03
+15 Growth
+ 3 30.99n +.01
+18 Heritage
+ 4 26.20n .05
+22 Income & Gr + 3 33.03n +.07
7 InfltnAdjBnd 2 12.17n +.06
+10 IntlGrowth + 1 12.57n +.07
3 IntmTxFrBd 2 11.27n +.00
+21 LrgCoVal
+ 3 7.57n +.02
+21 MidCpVal + 4 15.63n +.05
+ 8 Real Estate + 2 25.31n +.06
+13 Select
+ 2 49.17n +.00
+27 Small Co
+ 6 11.12n +.08
+16 Ultra
+ 4 30.25n +.01
+22 Value
+ 3 7.70n +.03
+18 Vista
+ 4 20.92n .03
American Funds A
$ 627 bil 8004214120
+20 AMCAP
+ 3 25.41 +.04
+13 Balanced
+ 2 22.85 +.06
3 BdFdAm
1 12.48 +.03
+ 8 CapIncBldr + 1 56.07 +.10

2013
%
Chg Fund

4 Wk Net
% Asset NAV
Chg Value Chg

+11 CapWld G&I + 1 40.84 +.03


5 CapWrldBd 3 20.00 +.04
+ 5 EuroPac Gr + 1 43.45 +.08
+18 FndmntlInv + 3 47.73 +.08
+ 8 Glb Bal
0 28.55 +.06
+18 GrFdAmer + 4 40.43 +.03
+ 2 High Income 0 11.26 +.04
3 HiIncMunBd 3 14.65 +.00
2 Interm Bond 1 13.46 +.02
+ 6 IntlGr&Inc
0 33.10 +.08
+18 Inv Co Am + 3 35.22 +.07
1 Ltd Tax Ex 1 15.93 +.00
+17 Mutual
+ 2 32.80 +.07
+20 New Econ + 3 34.14 +.06
+13 New Pers
+ 2 35.32 +.05
+ 1 New World
0 55.03 +.17
1 ShrtTermBd 0 9.97 +.01
+16 Sm Cp Wrld + 3 46.34 +.20
3 Tax Ex CA
3 16.84 .01
3 TaxExBdAm 2 12.53 .01
+11 TheInFdAm + 1 19.63 +.04
3 US Gov Sec 1 13.77 +.04
+20 Wash Mutl + 3 37.00 +.12
American Funds B
$ 9.2 bil 8004214120
+ 8 CapIncBldr + 1 56.15n +.10
+11 CpWrldG&I + 1 40.63n +.02
+17 GrFdAmer + 4 39.12n +.03
+19 Wash Mut + 3 36.79n +.11
Amerindo Funds
$ 1.5 bil 8888324386
+12 CpWrldGI R5 + 1 40.84n +.02
AQR Funds
$ 8.8 bil 8662902688
+ 1 DiverArbitI
0 11.16n +.00
+ 4 MgdFutStrI + 1 10.20n +.02
Arbitrage Funds
$ 2.8 bil 8002954485
+ 1 Arbitrage I + 1 12.84n +.01
Ariel Mutual Fds
$ 3.2 bil 8002927435
+27 ApprecInv + 4 52.07n +.21
+25 Inv
+ 5 63.97n +.21
Artisan Funds
$ 42.4 bil 8003441770
+17 GlbValInv + 2 14.05n +.06
+11 IntlInst
+ 1 27.35n +.14
+10 IntlInv
+ 1 27.17n +.14
+14 IntlValInv + 3 34.63n +.20
+14 IntlValInvInst + 3 34.72n +.20
+23 Mid Cap Val + 4 25.64n +.01
+20 MidCapInst + 6 46.95n .10
+20 MidCapInv + 6 45.07n .10
+24 SmallCapInv + 8 25.68n +.10
+17 SmlCpValInv + 4 17.96n +.07

2013
%
Chg Fund

4 Wk Net
% Asset NAV
Chg Value Chg

Aston Funds
$ 12.3 bil 8009928151
+30 FairpntMidI + 5 43.83n +.03
+29 FairpntMidN + 5 43.20n +.03
+15 Mont&CldGrI + 1 27.53n +.00
+15 Mont&CldGrN + 1 27.37n +.00
+18 TAMROSmlI + 4 23.35n +.12
+18 TAMROSmlN + 4 22.77n +.12

B
Baird Funds
$ 6.7 bil 8007922473
2 AggregteBd 2 10.49n +.03
3 CorPlsBdIns 2 10.82n +.02
0 ShtTrmBdIns 0 9.69n +.00
Baron Instl
$ 4.9 bil 8009922766
+21 Growth
+ 4 65.44n +.31
+28 Partners
+ 5 29.13n +.23
+22 SmallCap + 4 32.17n +.06
Baron Funds
$ 10.8 bil 8009922766
+21 Asset
+ 4 59.06n +.10
+21 Growth
+ 4 64.86n +.30
+28 Partners
+ 5 28.82n +.23
+21 SmallCap + 4 31.83n +.06
BBH Funds
$ 7.7 bil 8006255759
+18 CoreSelectN + 3 20.46n .02
0 LimitedDurN 0 10.34n +.00
Bernstein Funds
$ 17.8 bil 2127564097
2 Diversifd Muni 114.34
n +.01
+ 8 Intl
+ 1 15.05n +.09
3 Intrmd Dur 2 13.48n +.04
2 NY Muni
1 14.07n +.01
+ 8 Tx Mg Intl + 1 15.15n +.08
Berwyn Funds
$ 2.0 bil 8009926757
+25 Berwyn
+ 9 39.97n +.09
+ 8 Income
+ 2 14.02n +.02
BlackRock A
$ 53.1 bil 8004417762
+25 BasicVal
+ 4 31.54 +.05
+14 CapApp b
+ 4 27.10 .06
+14 Equity Div + 2 22.64 +.04
+ 8 Glob Alloc + 1 21.23 +.05
+28 HealthSciOp b + 6 40.28 +.08
+ 3 HiYld Bd
0 8.09 +.00
8 InflPrtBd
2 11.00 +.00
0 LowDurBd
0 9.69 +.00
+22 MidValOpps + 4 22.64 +.05
4 Natl Muni 2 10.49 .01
+25 Value Opps + 6 26.35 +.26
BlackRock C

year. So Green Mountains margins


should be able to rise. New CEO
Brian Kelleys experience at Coca
ColaKO is expected to help Green
Mountains branding strategy.
GoogleGOOG is another Jares stock.
With a 65% to 70% share of the online search market, Google is a near
monopoly in that field, he says.
He likes how Google invests cash
flow from search and advertising
into new fields like Google Maps.
That app not only helps a user find
a location. The GPS function lets
Google charge a company like StarbucksSBUX for an ad that flashes on
your smart phone as you approach
one of its coffee shops.
Google Glass and Moto X are
other innovations whose potential
he likes.

Taste For Chips


Dutch-based NXP SemiconductorsNXPI makes chips used in a variety of devices. He especially likes
their automobile applications.
Once theyre designed in to a vehicle, they are rarely designed out, he
says. And the auto industry is
poised for growth, with low inventory and rising demand.
Shares are up 61% over the past 12
months. Q1 earnings beat estimates
but sales came in flat.
Jares has trimmed his state in AppleAAPL, which is trading 38% off its
high. Jares next move depends
largely on the impact of Apple's
next big product.

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2013
%
Chg Fund

4 Wk Net
% Asset NAV
Chg Value Chg

$ 25.6 bil 8004417762


+14 Equity Div + 2 22.11n +.03
+ 7 Glob Alloc + 1 19.69n +.04
+28 HealthSciOp b + 5 37.30n +.06
BlackRock III
$ 4.1 bil 8004417762
+19 S&P500StK + 3 202.14n
+.28
BlackRock Instl
$ 56.8 bil 8004417762
+25 Basic Value + 4 31.78n +.04
2 CoreBDII
2 9.42n +.00
+14 Equity Div + 2 22.70n +.03
+ 8 Glob Alloc + 2 21.36n +.05
+28 HealthSciOp b + 6 41.52n +.08
+ 3 HiYld Bd
0 8.09n +.00
7 InflPrtBd
2 11.15n +.00
4 Natl Muni 2 10.49n +.00
+26 Value Opps + 6 27.00n +.27
BlackRock R
$ 2.8 bil 8004417762
+14 Equity Div + 2 22.73n +.04
+ 7 Glob Alloc + 1 20.49n +.05
BNY Mellon
$ 12.6 bil 2124951784
3 Bond M
2 13.00n +.03
10 Emg Mkts M 1 9.25n +.08
+21 Inc Stk M
+ 3 8.62n +.01
+21 MidMltStr M + 4 13.53n +.01
3 NatlIntMunM 2 13.42n +.00
0 NatShtMunBd 0 12.88n +.00
Bridgeway Funds
$ 1.3 bil 8006613550
+24 Aggrsv Inv 1 + 3 45.51n .03
+20 BluChp35Idx + 2 10.01n +.02
+32 UltSmCoMkt + 8 16.56n +.17
Brown Advisory
$ 2.6 bil 4105375483
+15 GrEqInv
+ 2 16.89n .03
+22 SmlGrInv
+ 6 16.90n +.11
Brown Captl Mgmt
$ 1.8 bil 8778924226
+24 Small Co
+ 8 62.81n +.41
Buffalo Funds
$ 6.4 bil 8004928332
+18 Sci & Tech + 6 18.63n +.10
+27 Small Cap + 7 35.74n +.24

C
Calamos Funds
$ 15.0 bil 8008237386
+ 7 Gr & Inc A + 2 34.06 +.06
+12 Growth A
+ 4 52.50 .01
+ 3 Mkt Neut A
0 12.90 +.00
+ 3 Mkt Neut I
0 12.77n +.00
Calvert Group
$ 5.6 bil 8003682745
+15 Equity A
+ 3 44.39 +.00
0 ShDurInc A 1 16.29 +.02

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A- and with at least $200 million in assets, plus funds ranked by assets regardless of performance
rating. All other funds can be found at www.investors.com/data and at dailygraphs.coms Fund
Center. O Denotes an independent fund that does not belong to family listed above. Each 36-Month
Performance Rating, vs. all other mutual funds, is recalculated each month on a total return basis.
All dividends and capital gains included. Daily accrual fund returns are calculated on a monthly
basis. A+=Top 5%, A=Top 10%, A#=Top 15%, B+=Top 20%, B=Top 25%, B#=Top 30%, C+=Top
35%, C=Top 40%, C#=Top 45%, D+=Top 50%, D=Top 60%, D#= Top 70%, E=Below 70%. A+, A,
A# and B+ 36-Month Performance Ratings are all boldfaced. % changes are on a total return basis.
Top 2% of funds in % performance yesterday are boldfaced. Performance of income funds may be
compared to other income funds, bond funds to other bond funds, etc. Fund company family names
are boldfaced. b=assets used to pay 12(b)(1) plan distribution costs, r=redemption charge may
apply, n=no initial load and appears after Net Asset Value, m=multiple fees, p=previous days quote,
s=split, x=ex-dividend or capital gains distribution. 5-Yr After Tax Rtn=5 year after-tax return assuming an average ordinary income tax rate of 35% on dividends and a 15% long-term capital gains
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2013
%
Chg Fund

4 Wk Net
% Asset NAV
Chg Value Chg

Cambiar Funds
$ 2.2 bil 8667778227
+20 SmlCpInst + 6 22.56n +.08
+20 SmlCpInv + 5 22.31n +.07
Causeway Funds
$ 2.6 bil 8669477000
+ 9 IntlValIns r + 2 14.39n +.06
Century Funds
$ 618 mil 8003211928
+18 SmlSel Instl + 5 31.87n +.04
CG Cap Mkt Fds
$ 5.7 bil
+17 LgCapGr
+ 4 19.54n .02
+18 SmCapVal + 5 14.93n +.05
CGM Funds
$ 3.2 bil 8003454048
+23 Focus
+ 2 36.00n .20
+13 Mutual
0 32.11n .08
+ 6 Realty
0 30.96n .12
Champlain
$ 967 mil 8667733238
+23 Small Co
+ 6 16.85n +.05
Cohen & Steers
$ 14.3 bil 8004379912
+10 InstlRealty + 2 45.80n +.19
+ 1 PrfSecIncI 1 13.14n +.02
+10 RltyShrs
+ 2 70.37n +.28
Columbia A
$ 63.3 bil 8003456611
+17 Acorn
+ 5 33.96 +.08
+ 7 CapAllcMod + 1 11.89 +.03
+ 9 CapAllcModAgg + 212.60
+.03
+21 ContraCore + 3 19.45 +.04
+19 Div Inc
+ 2 17.46 +.02
0 Diver Bond
0 4.96 +.00
+17 DivOppor
+ 2 10.08 +.02
+20 DvrsEqInc + 3 12.61 +.03
+ 1 HighYield
0 2.96 +.01
0 IncomeOpp 0 9.94 +.02
3 Intmd Bond 2 9.09 +.01
+16 Large Gr
+ 3 31.20 +.00
+19 LrCorQuant + 3 7.71 +.01
+21 Mid Cap Val + 4 17.74 +.03
+21 MidCap Idx + 4 14.16n +.05
+23 MidCpVlOp + 3 10.46 +.02
+18 Sel Lg Gr
+ 5 16.12 .03
+13 SelCom&Inf + 4 46.49 .09
+24 SelLgCpVal + 3 19.67 +.01
+28 SlSmlrCpVl + 4 19.68 +.06
+23 Sm Cap Indx + 6 21.42n +.09
+25 SmCpVal II + 6 17.89 +.12
2 Strat Inc
1 6.21 +.02
4 Tax Exempt 3 13.49 .01
Columbia C
$ 5.6 bil 8003456611
+17 DivOppor r + 2 9.93n +.02
Columbia I,T&G
$ 3.7 bil 8003456611
+17 DivOppor
+ 2 10.11n +.02
+20 LrCorQuant + 3 7.76n +.01
Columbia R
$ 379 mil 8003456611
+23 MidCpVlOpK + 3 10.52n +.02
Columbia Z
$ 65.6 bil 8003456611
+17 Acorn
+ 5 35.30n +.09
+ 9 Acorn Intl + 1 44.08n +.17
+19 Acorn USA + 6 34.89n +.09
+21 ContraCore + 3 19.56n +.03
+20 Div Inc Z
+ 2 17.47n +.02
3 Intmd Bond 2 9.10n +.02
4 IntmMuniBd 2 10.50n +.00
+19 Lg Cap Idx + 3 32.65n +.05
+17 Mid Cap Gr + 4 31.21n .01
+21 Mid Cap Val + 4 17.76n +.03
+21 MidCap Idx + 4 14.11n +.04
+18 Sel Lg Gr
+ 5 16.34n .03
0 Sh Trm Bond 0 9.95n +.00
0 Sh Trm Muni 0 10.47n +.00
+24 Sm Cap Indx + 6 21.51n +.09
+25 SmCpVal II + 6 18.04n +.12
+21 Val&Restrc + 3 53.17n +.11
+20 CoreEquity + 4 21.87n +.05
3 CRAQualInv b 210.70
n +.03

2013
%
Chg Fund

4 Wk Net
% Asset NAV
Chg Value Chg

Credit Suisse Common


$ 4.4 bil 8005772321
9 CommodRtn 2 7.34n .01
CRM Funds
$ 3.6 bil 8002762883
+19 MidValIns + 3 36.68n +.08
Cullen Funds
$ 2.4 bil 8774858586
+16 HighDivEqI + 2 15.92n +.04

DE
Davis Funds A
$ 12.3 bil 8002790279
+21 NY Venture + 3 39.03 +.10
Davis Funds C&Y
$ 8.4 bil 8002790279
+21 NY Venture C + 3 37.48n +.09
+21 NY Venture Y + 3 39.49n +.11
Delaware A
$ 12.7 bil 8005234640
3 DivrsInc A 2 8.89 +.02
+16 Select Grow + 5 46.69 +.06
+21 SMIDCapGrow + 5 27.70 +.17
+17 US Growth + 4 20.50 .01
Delaware Instl
$ 4.2 bil 8008285052
+16 Select Grow + 5 48.67n +.07
+17 US Growth + 4 21.73n +.00
+22 Value
+ 2 15.00n +.02
Diamond Hill Funds
$ 6.1 bil 6142553333
+15 LongShortI + 1 21.16n +.00
Dimensional Funds
$ 194 bil 3103958005
0 1 Yr Fixed Inc 0 10.32n +.00
0 2Yr Glbl Fxd 0 10.04n +.00
1 5GlbFxdInc 1 11.02n +.00
8 EmergMkts 0 25.01n +.23
4 EmgMktSml 2 20.09n +.25
8 EmMktCorEq 1 18.71n +.19
9 EmrgMktValI 2 26.90n +.26
+19 EnhUSLgCo + 3 11.14n +.05
+ 8 Glbl60/40I + 1 14.55n +.03
+15 GlobalEqI + 3 16.19n +.05
+ 6 GlRealEsSec + 2 9.58n +.03
8 InfProtSecI 2 11.75n +.06
+ 9 Intl Small Co + 2 17.18n +.05
+ 8 IntlCoreEq + 1 11.35n +.05
+ 1 IntlRealEst
0 5.20n +.01
+12 IntlSmCpVal + 2 17.67n +.07
+ 7 IntlValueI + 1 17.45n +.07
+ 7 IntlValueIII + 1 16.01n +.07
3 IntrmGovt 2 12.47n +.02
+ 8 Lg Cap Intl + 1 20.36n +.08
+10 RealEstate + 3 28.72n +.10
0 ShExtdQual 1 10.79n +.01
0 ShTrmMuni 0 10.20n +.00
1 STTrGov
1 10.65n +.01
+22 SustUSCorI + 4 14.02n +.03
+22 TAUSCorEq2 + 4 12.12n +.02
+ 4 TAWrldUSEq + 1 9.33n +.05
+25 TaxMgTgtVal + 5 29.25n +.12
+25 TaxMgUSSm + 6 32.26n +.18
+ 7 TxM Intl Val + 1 14.36n +.06
+20 TxMgdUSEq + 3 18.28n +.03
+23 TxMUSMkVl + 4 21.10n +.01
+23 TxMUSMkVlII + 4 20.32n +.00
+22 USCorEq1 + 4 14.92n +.03
+22 USCorEq2 + 4 14.82n +.03
+24 USLgCapVal + 3 28.18n +.02
+24 USLgCapVal3 + 3 21.57n +.02
+19 USLgCo
+ 3 13.28n +.02
+26 USMicroCap + 7 18.38n +.13
+25 USSmallCap + 6 28.30n +.16
+26 USSmlValI + 6 32.99n +.17
+22 USSoCrEq2 + 4 11.49n +.03
+25 USTgtValI + 5 21.20n +.11
+24 USVectorEq + 4 14.73n +.04
Dodge&Cox
$ 132 bil 8006213979
+17 Balanced
+ 3 90.38n +.24
+17 Glbl Stock + 2 10.49n +.05
1 Income
1 13.51n +.03
+10 Intl Stock + 1 38.18n +.22
+24 Stock
+ 4 149.40n
+.41

2013
%
Chg Fund

4 Wk Net
% Asset NAV
Chg Value Chg

DoubleLine Funds
$ 42.5 bil 8773546311
2 CoreFixIncI 2 10.90n +.00
1 TotRtrnBndI 2 10.99n +.00
1 TotRtrnBndN 2 10.98n +.00
Dreyfus
$ 39.4 bil 8006456561
+11 Appreciation + 1 48.49n +.01
+19 Bas S&P500 + 3 34.62n +.05
+24 BosSmMdGrI + 6 18.00n +.03
4 Muni Bond r 2 11.35n +.00
4 NY Tx Ex
3 14.69n .01
+23 OppMdCpValA + 4 39.19 +.06
+29 OpporSmCap + 7 35.51n +.21
+17 ResearchGrZ + 4 12.17n +.00
+21 S&P MidIndx + 4 34.88n +.11
+19 S&P500 Idx + 3 45.72n +.06
+24 SmCpStkIdx + 6 27.11n +.12
Dreyfus Premier
$ 2.6 bil 8002428671
+ 3 IntlStk I
+ 1 14.95n +.02
Driehaus Funds
$ 5.3 bil 8886368835
+ 2 ActvInc
0 10.72n .01
+ 3 EmergMktsGr + 1 31.56n +.16
DWS Scudder A
$ 10.1 bil 8006211048
+ 3 High Income 0 4.93 +.01
4 Mgd Muni 2 8.96 +.00
5 StrGovSec 3 8.16 +.03
DWS Scudder Instl
$ 1.3 bil 8006211048
+19 Eq 500 Idx + 3 190.47n
+.27
DWS Scudder S
$ 14.1 bil 8006211048
+19 Eq 500 Idx + 3 188.60n
+.26
5 IncomeGNMA 3 14.32n +.05
+19 InvSP500Idx + 3 22.36n +.03
4 Mgd Muni Bd 3 8.97n +.00
Eagle Funds
$ 2.4 bil 8002373101
+19 SmCapGrowA + 5 51.11 +.10
Eaton Vance A
$ 26.2 bil 8002256265
+21 AtlSmidCap + 4 20.60 +.04
+ 2 Floating Rt
0 9.47 +.01
+ 3 FltgRtAdv
0 11.15 +.00
+ 1 GblMacAbR 0 9.67 +.01
+ 3 Inc Bostn
0 5.97 +.01
+19 Lrg Cap Val + 3 23.00 +.07
7 NatlMunInc 4 9.33 .01
+ 1 Strat Inc
1 7.98 +.01
Eaton Vance Instl
$ 29.9 bil 8002256265
+21 AtlSmidCap + 4 22.11n +.04
+ 2 Floating Rt
0 9.16n +.01
+ 1 GblMacAbR 0 9.66n +.01
+ 2 Inc Bostn
0 5.97n +.01
+19 Lrg Cap Val + 3 23.06n +.07
4 ParEmMktInstl
014.33
n +.13
3 ParTxMgEmMk
046.97
n +.43

F
+21 Fairholme + 2 37.93n .02
Federated A
$ 17.7 bil 8002455051
+18 KaufmanLrg + 4 14.76 +.02
+21 Kaufmann + 5 6.09 +.03
0 Muni Ultrshrt 0 10.03 +.00
+15 StratValDv + 2 5.64 +.02
Federated Funds
$ 7.7 bil 8002455051
+21 KaufmannR + 5 6.09n +.02
+21 MdCpIdxSvc + 4 25.95n +.07
+24 MDTStkTrSv + 3 27.16n +.03
Federated Instl
$ 22.9 bil 8003417400
+ 2 High Yield
0 10.13n +.02
+18 KaufmanLrg + 4 14.91n +.02
+20 MaxCapIdx + 3 15.81n +.03
0 Muni Ultrshrt 0 10.03n +.00
+16 StratValDv + 2 5.66n +.02

2013
%
Chg Fund

4 Wk Net
% Asset NAV
Chg Value Chg

3 Tot Rtn Bd 1 10.98n +.02


0 Ultra Sh Bd
0 9.15n +.00
Fidelity Adv A
$ 29.6 bil 8772080098
+46 Biotech
+14 16.90 +.04
+16 CnsmrStpl r + 1 89.81 +.26
+17 Equity Gr
+ 4 72.07 +.10
+19 Equity Inc + 3 30.25 +.04
+ 1 FloatRtHiIn r 0 9.98 +.01
+21 Growth & Inc + 3 24.01 +.05
+22 Growth Opp + 5 50.43 +.10
+20 Industrial r + 4 34.14 +.01
+23 Lev Co Stk + 3 48.18 +.08
+17 New Insight + 3 26.66 .05
+23 Small Cap + 4 27.88 +.10
+23 Sml Cp Val r + 5 19.75 +.08
2 Strat Inc
2 12.24 +.03
+18 Value Strat + 3 33.40 +.06
Fidelity Adv C
$ 10.5 bil 8772080098
+22 Lev Co Stk + 3 45.24n +.07
+17 New Insight + 3 25.10n .04
3 Strat Inc
2 12.21n +.02
Fidelity Adv Free A
$ 10.8 bil 8772080098
+ 6 2020
+ 1 12.99 +.03
+ 8 2025
+ 1 12.64 +.03
+ 8 2030
+ 1 13.37 +.03
+10 2035
+ 2 12.71 +.03
Fidelity Adv I
$ 35.1 bil 8772080098
+16 CnsmrStpl r + 1 90.12n +.26
+19 DiverStck + 3 21.09n +.03
8 Emg Mkt Inc 3 13.52n +.06
+17 Equity Grow + 4 76.84n +.11
+19 Equity Inc + 3 31.22n +.05
+ 1 FloatRtHiIn 0 9.95n +.00
+21 Growth & Inc + 3 24.21n +.05
+22 Growth Opp + 5 52.48n +.10
+23 Large Cap + 3 26.31n +.05
+23 Lev Co Stk + 3 48.93n +.08
+20 MegaCpStk + 3 14.22n +.03
+17 New Insight + 4 27.02n .05
+10 RealEstate + 2 21.70n +.04
+24 Sml Val r
+ 5 20.01n +.08
2 Strat Inc
2 12.39n +.02
Fidelity Adv T
$ 15.3 bil 8772080098
+17 Equity Gr
+ 4 71.63 +.10
+22 Growth Opp + 5 50.61 +.10
+22 Lev Co Stk + 3 47.16 +.08
+17 New Insight + 3 26.27 .05
2 Strategic Inc 2 12.23 +.02
+18 Value Strat + 3 34.59 +.06
Fidelity Freedom
$ 144 bil 8005446666
+ 5 2010
+ 1 14.84n +.04
+ 5 2010 K
+ 1 13.30n +.03
+ 6 2015
+ 1 12.37n +.03
+ 6 2015 K
+ 1 13.43n +.03
+ 6 2020
+ 1 15.11n +.04
+ 6 2020 K
+ 1 13.96n +.03
+ 8 2025
+ 1 12.75n +.03
+ 8 2025 K
+ 1 14.39n +.04
+ 9 2030
+ 1 15.44n +.04
+ 9 2030 K
+ 1 14.60n +.04
+10 2035
+ 2 12.75n +.03
+11 2035 K
+ 2 14.98n +.04
+11 2040
+ 2 8.97n +.02
+11 2040 K
+ 2 15.04n +.03
+11 2045
+ 2 10.39n +.02
+11 2045 K
+ 2 15.33n +.04
+11 2050
+ 2 10.44n +.02
+11 2050 K
+ 2 15.39n +.04
+ 2 Income
0 11.69n +.02
+ 2 Income K
0 11.73n +.02
Fidelity Select
$ 37.7 bil 8005446666
+47 Biotechnlgy r +15 162.16n
+.57
+11 Chemicals r + 1 130.45n
+.12
+25 Consmr Disc r + 5 31.81n .09
+17 Const & Hse r + 2 56.71n .38
+21 ConsumerFin r + 416.48
n +.02

2013
%
Chg Fund

4 Wk Net
% Asset NAV
Chg Value Chg

+16 ConsumeStpl r
n +.26
+24 Dfnse&Aero r + 5
+.98

+ 190.40
107.30n

+15 Energy r
+ 2 58.18n .19
+30 Health Care r + 6 170.17n
+.14
+14 IndstEquip r + 3 42.18n .03
+20 Industrial + 4 29.98n +.01
+26 IT Services r + 5 31.70n +.09
+22 Leisure r
+ 3 119.81n
+.14
+22 Med Eq & Sys r + 233.60
n +.15
+20 Medcl Dlvry r + 3 67.67n .09
+28 Multimedia r + 7 73.19n .18
+23 Pharm r
+ 2 18.18n .01
+24 Retailing r + 5 77.29n .15
+24 Sftwr&Cmp r + 5 102.04n
+.72
+14 Technology r + 4 114.26n
+.49
Fidelity Spartan
$ 96.6 bil 8005446666
+19 500Idx
+ 3 59.66n +.09
+19 500IdxAdv + 3 59.66n +.09
+19 500IdxInv + 3 59.65n +.08
+23 ExtMkt Adv + 5 48.67n +.19
+23 ExtMkt Inv + 5 48.67n +.20
+ 9 IntlId I
+ 1 37.21n +.18
+ 9 IntlIdx Adv + 1 37.20n +.18
+ 8 IntlIdx Inv + 1 37.18n +.17
+20 TotMkt Adv + 3 49.31n +.09
+20 TotMkt Inv + 3 49.31n +.10
+20 TotMktIdxF + 3 49.32n +.10
3 USBdIdx
1 11.46n +.03
Fidelity Spartan Adv
$ 10.9 bil 8005446666
+ 9 IntlIdFd I
+ 1 37.21n +.18
+19 Sprt500IdxI + 3 59.66n +.09
3 USBdId
1 11.46n +.03
Fidelity Invest
$ 662 bil 8005446666
+18 100 Index
+ 2 11.11n +.01
+13 4in1 Idx r + 2 33.13n +.09
+16 AdvCapDevO + 3 13.72n +.01
+19 AdvDivStkO + 3 20.70n +.03
+19 AllSectEq + 4 13.87n +.02
+19 AllSectEq F + 4 13.87n +.01
+ 2 AsstMgr20% r 0 13.33n +.03
+ 7 AsstMgr50% + 1 17.44n +.04
+10 AsstMgr70% r + 2 19.08n +.05
+11 Balanced
+ 2 22.20n +.04
+11 Balanced K + 2 22.19n +.03
+20 BluChpGro + 4 59.10n +.08
+21 BluChpGroF + 4 59.25n +.08
+21 BluChpGroK + 4 59.19n +.08
4 CA Muni Inc 3 12.34n +.00
+ 1 Canada r
+ 1 54.24n +.17
+ 3 Cap&Inc
1 9.59n +.01
+20 CaptlAppr + 5 35.18n .02
+20 CaptlApprK + 5 35.24n .02
+ 3 China Rgn 1 31.61n +.22
8 CommodStr 2 8.10n +.00
8 CommodStrF 2 8.14n +.00
+17 Contra
+ 3 89.97n .16
+17 Contra K
+ 3 89.96n .15
+13 Convrt Secs + 1 28.82n +.09
+17 Div Grow
+ 3 35.02n +.07
+17 Div Grow K + 3 35.02n +.06
+10 DiversIntl + 1 32.94n +.14
+10 DiversIntlK + 2 32.91n +.15
5 Emerg Asia r 0 28.51n +.10
7 EmergMkts 1 15.94n +.14
7 EmgerMktsF 1 15.98n +.14
3 Emrg Mkt
0 22.60n +.23
+19 EqtDivInc + 3 23.04n +.03
+19 EqtyInc
+ 3 55.49n +.08
+19 EqtyIncK
+ 3 55.47n +.08
+15 Exp&Mltnt r + 3 25.27n +.03
+17 Fidelity Fund + 3 41.82n .01
+20 Fifty r
+ 5 24.31n .02
+ 1 FloatHiInc
0 9.96n +.00
+20 Focused Stk r + 5 18.21n .01
+ 3 GlbExUSIdx + 1 11.31n +.07

MUTUAL FUND PERFORMANCE

INVESTOR'S BUSINESS DAILY

2013
%
Chg Fund

Top Growth Funds

Top Growth Funds

Since Market Low March 9, 2009 (All Total Returns)


Mutual Fund

% Change

Since Market Peak Oct. 9, 2007 (All Total Returns)

Performance
Rank
$ Net
36 Mos.
Assets

Mutual Fund

ProFunds InvBiotechUltraSector
Reynolds Funds Blue Chip
MarketField
Dreyfus OpporSmCap
PIMCO Inst l FundIdxPlTr

"207
"108
" 89
" 83
" 82

A"
B#
B#
A
A"

% Change

Performance
Rank
$ Net
36 Mos.
Assets

PIMCO Inst l FundIdxPlTr


Matthew25
ProFunds InvBiotechUltraSector
Invesco Funds A Small Comp
PIMCO Inst l StocksPlRet

"398
"348
"343
"312
"291

A"
A"
A"
A
A"

Mass Mutl Select Focus Val S


Vanguard Cap Value
Price NewHorizns
Ariel Mutual Fds ApprecInv
MFS Funds A New Discov

"290
"288
"287
"277
"273

A"
301 mil
A
1.042 bil
A" 12.084 bil
A" 1.596 bil
A
758 mil

Marsico FlexCapital
Hancock Horizon Funds BurkenroadA
Eaton Vance A AtlSmidCap
Brown Captl Mgmt Small Co
Price NewHorizns

"
"
"
"
"

79
76
75
74
73

A"
690 mil
A"
353 mil
A" 1.425 bil
A" 1.773 bil
A" 12.084 bil

Dreyfus OpporSmCap
PRIMECAP Odyssey Fund AggrGrowth
Dimensional Funds USSmallCap
Frank/Tmp Fr A SmCapGr
Artisan Funds SmallCapInv

"271
"270
"270
"270
"266

A
A"
A"
A"
A"

782 mil
3.08 bil
5.979 bil
359 mil
974 mil

Neubg Brm InstlMltcapOpp


PRIMECAP Odyssey Fund AggrGrowth
Vanguard Admiral ConsStpIdx
Scout Funds Mid Cap
Weitz Funds PtnIIIOppI

"
"
"
"
"

72
70
69
67
65

A"
A"
A#
A
A

1.205 bil
3.08 bil
167 mil
1.595 bil
768 mil

Alliance Brnstn I SmCapGrow


Bridgeway Ultra Small Co
Dimensional Funds USMicroCap
Price SmCapStk
PNC SmlCpI

"265
"263
"262
"260
"257

A"
A"
A"
A"
A"

437 mil
132 mil
4.133 bil
8.28 bil
208 mil

JP Morgan Selct SmallCapEq


Managers TimsqSmGr I
JP Morgan Selct Gr Advantg
Fidelity Sel Leisure
BBH CoreSelectN

"
"
"
"
"

64
63
62
62
61

A"
A"
A
A"
A

1.133 bil
781 mil
840 mil
376 mil
5.138 bil

Alliance Brnstn A DiscovGr


Fidelity SmlOpport
Schwab Sm Cap Select
Touchstone SandCpInsGr
Vanguard Index Small Grow

"256
"254
"254
"253
"252

A"
A#
A
A"
A"

580 mil
1.531 bil
2.057 bil
2.744 bil
3.014 bil

Royce SpecialEq I
Price DiverSmCapGr
Fidelity Adv A CnsmrStpl
MFS Funds A New Discov
Price SmCapStk

"
"
"
"
"

60
60
60
59
58

B
A"
A
A
A"

2.314 bil
547 mil
306 mil
758 mil
8.28 bil

2013
4 Wk Net
%
% Asset NAV
Chg Fund
Chg Value Chg
3.1%
$ 11.7 bil 8002420134
3.4%
1 11.38n +.03
3.5% 2 Income
3.5% +22 S&S US Eqt + 3 54.06n +.09
3.6% 4 Tax Exempt 2 11.59n +.00
MAY 13 3.6% +19 Trusts
+ 4 52.52n +.04
GE Instl Funds
2013
4 Wk Net
$ 5.2 bil 8002420134
%
% Asset NAV + 9 Intl Equity + 2 12.11n +.02
Chg Fund
Chg Value Chg
+18 Prem Gr Inv + 3 12.40n +.02
+14 Crescent I + 2 31.84n +.06 +22 SmEqInv
+ 5 19.50n +.09
0 New Income 1 10.42n +.01
Glenmede Funds
Frank/Tmp Fr A
$ 1.5 bil 8004428299
$ 170 bil 8003425236
+28 Sml Eq Adv + 6 23.76n +.10
0 Adj US Gov
0 8.76 +.00
GMO Trust
+21 Bal Sheet + 4 51.02 +.08
$ 3.5 bil 6173307500
+48 Biotch Dsc +14 122.76 +.22
0 USTreasury x 0 25.01n +.00
3 CA HighYld 3 10.03 +.00
GMO Trust II
4 CA InsTxFr 3 12.24 +.00
$ 1.8 bil 6173307500
3 CA Tax Fr
3 7.11 +.01 11 Emerg Mkts 0 10.53n +.09
+17 Equity Inc x + 2 20.99 +.00
GMO Trust III
3 FedIntTxFr 2 12.00 +.01
$ 14.4 bil 6173307500
4 FedTxFrInc 3 11.96 +.01 +14 Cur Hdg Intl + 4 24.72n +.13
+ 2 FltRateDly
0 9.16 +.00 + 7 IntlIntrVal
0 22.33n +.12
+17 Flx Cap Gr + 4 54.94 .02 +18 Quality
+ 1 25.85n +.06
+12 FoundAlloc + 1 12.37 +.04
GMO Trust IV
+14 Grwth
+ 2 57.90 +.08
$ 20.5 bil 6173307500
+ 3 High Inc
0 2.07 +.01 5 EmgCtryDbt 3 9.70n +.06
5 HiYldTxFr
4 10.17 +.00 + 8 Intl Core Eq
0 30.26n +.13
+ 8 Income
+ 1 2.33 +.01 +12 Intl Gro Eq + 2 26.95n +.10
4 InsTxFrInc 2 11.92 +.01 + 7 IntlIntrVal
0 22.30n +.11
+22 MicroCpVal + 5 38.82 .01 +18 Quality
+ 1 25.87n +.06
4 MITxFrInc 3 11.70 +.00 +18 QualityV
+ 1 25.88n +.06
+ 6 Mod Trgt
+ 1 15.18 +.05
GMO Trust VI
4 NJ Tax Fr
3 11.93 .01
$ 13.1 bil 6173307500
4 NY Tax Fr
3 11.45 +.00 11 Emerg Mkts 0 10.48n +.08
5 OHTaxFr
3 12.32 +.00 +18 Quality
+ 1 25.87n +.06
5 OR Tax Fr
3 11.78 +.00 + 1 StratFixInc 1 16.06n +.04
4 PA Tax Fr
3 10.29 +.00 +20 US Core Eq + 2 16.21n +.04
+18 Rising Divs + 2 44.68 +.03
GoldmnSachs A
+33 SmCapGr
+ 7 16.51 +.14
$ 11.3 bil 8007625035
+18 SmlCapVal + 5 55.02 +.22
+21 Mid Cap Val + 3 47.18 +.13
+21 SmMdCapGr + 4 41.18 +.07
+23 Sm Val
+ 5 51.93 +.24
0 Strat Inc
1 10.51 +.02
+21 StrucUSEq + 3 32.31 +.02
2 Totl Retrn 1 9.95 +.02
GoldmnSachs In
3 US Gov Sec 1 6.51 +.02
$ 28.5 bil 8007625035
+14 Utilities
+ 3 15.34 +.20
+18 Growth Opp + 5 29.12n +.01
Frank/Tmp Fr C
+ 3 High Yield
0 7.27n +.01
$ 49.9 bil 8003425236
2 High Yld Muni 4 8.99n +.00
4 CA Tax Fr
3 7.09n +.00
+21 Mid Cap Val + 3 47.60n +.13
5 FedTxFrIn 3 11.95n +.00
+10 RealEstSecs + 2 16.98n +.02
+12 FoundAlloc + 1 12.20n +.04
0 ShDurTaxFr 1 10.54n +.00
5 HiYldTxFr
4 10.33n +.00
+23 Sm Val
+ 5 54.77n +.25
+ 7 Income
0 2.35n +.01
+20 StrucLgGr + 3 17.26n +.01
+18 Rising Divs + 2 43.92n +.03
+21 StrucLgVal + 3 13.86n +.00
+18 SmCapVal + 5 51.31n +.20
GuideStone G2
0 Strategic Inc 1 10.51n +.03
$ 2.2 bil 8002620511
3 US Gov Sec 1 6.47n +.02
+17 GrwthEquity + 4 13.93n .01
Frank/Tmp Fr R
+23 ValueEquity + 3 9.57n +.02
$ 3.2 bil 8003425236
GuideStone G4
+18 SmlCapVal + 5 54.55n +.22
$ 8.9 bil 8002620511
Frank/Tmp FrAd
+ 5 Bal Allo
0 13.41n +.00
$ 27.5 bil 8003425236
+19 EquityIndex + 3 18.99n +.03
3 FedIntTxFr 2 12.02n +.00
4 FedTxFrInc 3 11.97n +.01 +17 GrwthEquity + 4 23.37n .03
0 13.64n +.07
+ 2 FltRateDly
0 9.17n +.01 + 4 Intl Equity
+ 3 High Inc
0 2.07n +.01 +22 SmallCapEq + 5 19.44n +.12
5 HiYldTxFr
4 10.21n +.00 +22 ValueEquity + 3 19.60n +.04
Hancock Horizon Funds
+ 7 Income
0 2.31n +.01
$ 874 mil 8002591926
2 Totl Retrn 1 9.97n +.02
+19 Value
+ 5 56.77n +.23 +26 BurkenroadA b + 452.33
+.00
Frank/Tmp Mutual A&B
Harbor Funds
$ 17.6 bil 8006322301
$ 73.4 bil 8004221050
+15 GlbDiscovA + 2 32.45 +.08
3 Bond Instl 2 12.04n +.04
+15 Quest A
+ 2 18.92 +.04
+16 CapAppr Ins + 4 49.29n .08
+17 SharesA
+ 3 26.16 +.06
+16 CapAppr Inv + 4 48.54n .08
Frank/Tmp Mutual C
+ 1 HiYld Instl
0 10.99n +.02
$ 4.8 bil 8006322301
+ 4 Intl Admin 1 64.41n +.26
+14 GlbDiscov + 2 32.07n +.07
+ 4 Intl Instl
1 64.91n +.26
Frank/Tmp Mutual Z
+ 4 Intl Inv
1 64.19n +.26
$ 22.8 bil 8006322301
+27 Sml Gr Inst + 5 15.04n +.06
+18 Beacon
+ 2 15.71n +.03
+22 SmVal Instl + 4 27.26n +.09
+15 GlbDiscov + 2 32.93n +.08
Harding Lvnr
+16 Quest
+ 2 19.12n +.05
$ 4.7 bil 8007624848
+17 Shares
+ 3 26.39n +.05
5 EmergMktsAdv
046.22
Frank/Tmp Tp A
n +.00
$ 57.2 bil 8003549191
+ 3 Intl Equity 1 16.35n +.00
5 Dvlp Mkts
0 22.35 +.18
Hartford A
+ 9 Foreign
0 7.48 +.03
$ 25.0 bil 8888437824
0 GlblTtlRtrn x 0 13.36 +.01
+ 7 BalancedInc b 0 12.80 +.04
0 Glob Bond x 0 13.04 +.00
+24 Cap Apprec b + 3 42.62 +.07
+14 Growth
+ 1 22.09 +.09
+13 Checks&Bal b + 1 11.26 +.03
+15 World
+ 2 18.05 +.08
+20 Div & Gr b + 2 24.52 +.05
Frank/Tmp TpAd
+20 Eqty Inc b + 3 17.40 +.04
$ 41.5 bil 8006322301
+ 3 Float Rate b 0 9.00 +.01
+ 9 Foreign
0 7.40n +.03
+29 Health b
+ 5 26.19 +.06
0 GlblTtlRtrn x 0 13.37n +.00
+23 Mid Cap b + 4 24.10 +.05
0 Glob Bond x 0 13.00n +.00
Hartford C
Frank/Tmp TpB/C
$ 9.2 bil 8888437824
$ 13.2 bil 8006322301
+23 Cap Apprec m + 3 37.64n +.06
1 Global Bd C x 0 13.07n +.01
+ 2 Float Rate m 0 8.99n +.01
Hartford HLS IA
$ 27.9 bil 8888437824
Gabelli A
+14 Advisers
+ 2 23.93n +.06
$ 1.6 bil 8004223554
+20 Value
+ 4 18.27 +.08 +23 Cap Apprec + 3 53.33n +.12
+21 Discp Eq
+ 3 16.46n +.03
Gabelli AAA
+20 Div & Gr
+ 3 25.82n +.05
$ 7.4 bil 8004223554
+19 Asset
+ 4 61.91n +.18 +18 Grwth Opps + 3 35.40n +.08
+ 3 35.37n +.05
+19 EquityInc + 2 26.84n +.08 +19 Index
+21 Sm Cap Gr + 4 44.37n +.13 + 8 Intl Opport + 1 13.60n +.05
+24 Mid Cap
+ 4 34.80n +.08
Gateway Funds
+20 Mid Cap Val + 4 14.01n +.02
$ 2.1 bil 8003546339
+ 4 Gateway A
0 28.10 .05 +26 Small Co
+ 6 24.97n +.08
+27 Sml Cap Gr + 6 32.36n +.13
GE Elfun S&S

U.S. Stock Fund Cash Position


High (11/00) 6.2% Low (7/11) 3.1%
DEC
JAN
FEB
MAR
APR
MAY

11
12
12
12
12
12

2013
%
Chg Fund

3.2%
3.4%
3.3%
3.2%
3.3%
3.5%

JUN
JUL
AUG
SEP
OCT
NOV

4 Wk Net
% Asset NAV
Chg Value Chg

3 GNMA
2 11.30n +.04
3 Govt Income 1 10.25n +.02
+21 Gr & Inc
+ 3 25.54n +.05
+21 Gr & Inc K + 3 25.52n +.05
+21 GrowStrat r + 3 25.11n .01
+18 GrwDiscovy + 4 18.36n +.03
+20 GrwthCmpny + 5 112.17n
+.12
+20 GrwthCmpnyF + 5 112.13n
+.13
+20 GrwthCmpnyK + 5112.1
2n +.13
+ 1 High Inc
1 9.27n +.02
+20 Independnc + 3 31.01n +.03
7 InflProtBd 2 12.40n +.06
3 Int Mun Inc 2 10.26n +.00
+10 Intl Discov + 1 36.38n +.17
+ 8 IntlGrow
+ 1 12.89n +.05
+ 9 IntlGrowF + 1 12.93n +.06
+ 9 IntlValue
+ 1 10.23n +.05
+ 9 IntlValue F + 1 10.26n +.06
2 Intmd Bond 1 10.86n +.02
3 Inv Grade Bd 2 7.71n +.02
3 InvGrdBnd 2 11.17n +.02
3 InvGrdBndF 2 11.18n +.03
+46 Jpn Sm Cos r + 7 13.21n +.10
+22 Large Cap Stk + 3 24.44n +.04
17 Latin Amer 5 38.42n +.78
+21 LgCapVal
+ 3 12.58n +.03
+20 LgCorEnhIdx + 3 11.34n +.02
+21 Low Pr Stk + 3 47.70n +.21
+21 LowPriStkK + 3 47.69n +.21
+21 LvgCoStk
+ 3 39.08n +.06
+21 LvgCoStk K + 3 39.16n +.06
4 MA Muni Inc 3 11.94n +.00
+19 Magellan
+ 4 86.53n +.03
+19 Magellan K + 4 86.45n +.02
+22 MdCpEnhIdx + 3 12.08n +.02
+20 MegaCpStk + 3 14.26n +.02
+23 Mid Stk
+ 5 35.68n +.03
+25 Mid Val r
+ 4 22.20n +.06
+23 MidCpStkK + 5 35.68n +.03
4 Municipal Inc 3 12.84n +.01
+20 NasdaqIndex r + 548.16
n +.10
+21 New Millnm + 4 36.66n +.07
8 NewMktsInc r 3 15.97n +.06
5 NY Muni Inc 3 12.91n +.00
+26 OTC
+ 7 76.57n +.37
+26 OTC K
+ 7 77.17n +.38
+11 Overseas
+ 1 35.83n +.15
+10 Puritan
+ 2 21.24n +.03
+10 Puritan K
+ 2 21.23n +.02
+10 RealEstate + 2 35.15n +.07
+ 5 RealEstInc r 0 11.78n +.02
1 Sh Int Muni 1 10.67n +.00
0 ShtTrmBnd
0 8.56n +.01
0 ShtTrmBnd F 0 8.55n +.00
+16 SmallStk
+ 4 19.73n +.09
+22 SmCpEnhIdx + 5 11.70n +.04
+24 SmDiscovry r + 4 28.83n +.09
+26 Sml Grow r + 6 19.91n +.04
+26 Sml Grow F + 6 20.09n +.04
+24 Sml Val r
+ 5 20.00n +.08
+22 SmlOpport + 6 13.45n +.08
3 SprtUSBdIdF 2 11.45n +.02
3 SptUSBdIdIv 1 11.46n +.03
+22 StkSelSmCp r + 6 24.55n +.13
+19 StkSlAllCp + 4 33.68n +.06
+13 StraDiv&Inc + 2 13.82n +.03
2 Strat Inc
2 10.97n +.03
4 Tax Fr Bond 3 11.08n +.00
3 Total Bnd
2 10.58n +.03
+16 Trend
+ 3 84.63n .05
+22 Value
+ 3 93.47n +.27
+23 Value K
+ 3 93.58n +.27
+18 ValueStrat + 3 37.31n +.06
FidltyAdvFoc A
$ 1.3 bil 8772080098
+30 Health Care + 6 30.39 +.02
First Eagle
$ 33.2 bil 8003342143
+16 Fund Amer Y + 2 33.48n +.00
+ 8 Global A
+ 2 52.69 +.04
+ 5 Overseas A + 1 23.10 +.00
+ 5 Overseas I + 1 23.50n +.01
+10 US Value A + 2 19.74 +.03
First Invstrs A
$ 7.2 bil 8004234026
+22 Gr & Inc b
+ 3 20.25 +.01
+25 Opp b
+ 5 37.00 +.08
+16 SelectGrow b + 3 9.07 .01
FMI Funds
$ 9.9 bil 8008115311
+16 Common Stk + 3 27.78n +.09
+24 Focus
+ 4 38.33n +.18
+20 Large Cap + 2 20.54n +.04
Forum Funds
$ 5.7 bil 8009436786
+ 1 AbsStrat
1 11.24n .01
+10 Wintergrn
0 16.63n +.00
FPA Funds
$ 19.0 bil 8009824372
+11 Capital
+ 2 43.88n .01

1.087 bil
573 mil
300 mil
802 mil
324 mil

12
12
12
12
12
12

3.8%
3.8%
3.7%
3.6%
3.6%
3.4%

DEC
JAN
FEB
MAR
APR

12
13
13
13
13

GHI

2013
%
Chg Fund

4 Wk Net
% Asset NAV
Chg Value Chg

+20 Stock
+ 2 53.81n +.07
3 TotlRetnBd 2 11.63n +.04
+22 Value
+ 3 14.44n +.03
Hartford I
$ 4.5 bil 8888437824
+20 Div & Gr
+ 2 24.43n +.04
+20 Eqty Inc
+ 3 17.33n +.03
Hartford Y
$ 13.2 bil 8888437824
+24 Cap Apprec + 3 46.40n +.08
+24 CapApprecI + 3 42.66n +.07
+20 Div & Gr
+ 2 24.89n +.05
+ 3 Float RateI
0 9.01n +.01
+18 Grow Oppor + 3 36.85n +.09
Heartland Funds
$ 3.3 bil 8004327856
+16 ValPlusInv + 4 34.54n +.17
Henderson Glb Fds
$ 3.3 bil 8888326774
+10 Intl Opp A + 3 23.59 +.10
Hennessy Funds
$ 1.6 bil 8009664354
+18 GasUtilInv + 3 25.67n +.19
Homestead
$ 1.9 bil 8002583030
+22 SmallCoStk + 4 33.03n +.10
Hotchkis & Wiley
$ 4.6 bil 8664938637
+25 DiverVal I + 4 13.17n +.07
+26 LgCapValI + 4 22.26n +.11
+31 MidCapVal A + 6 37.19 +.10
+32 MidCapVal I + 6 37.60n +.10
+28 SmCapVal I + 6 58.79n +.19
Hussman Funds
$ 3.3 bil 8004877626
3 Strat Gr
0 10.34n .01
8 StraTotRet 1 11.06n +.03
+22 ICM SmCo + 7 34.44n +.14
ING Fds A
$ 5.5 bil 8009920180
+19 Corp Ldrs
+ 2 29.39n .02
+ 5 GlbRealEst + 3 18.71 +.08
+19 Mid Cap Op + 5 23.94 +.00
ING Partners
$ 1.5 bil 8009920180
+18 PriceGrEq I + 5 75.36n .13
Integrity Viking
$ 556 mil 7018525292
+15 WllBsMdNAm b + 1 6.27
.01
Invesco Funds
$ 4.0 bil 8005258085
+20 Diverse Div b + 3 16.01n +.05
+26 GlbHlthCare + 3 38.43n +.00
+22 Sml Cap Gr + 5 37.82n +.14
Invesco Funds A
$ 67.0 bil 8005258085
+22 Amer Val
+ 4 38.53 +.10
0 BalRskAllc
0 12.47 +.03
+17 Charter b
+ 2 21.09 +.01
+23 Comstock + 3 21.76 +.03
+15 Constlatn b + 4 27.63 +.07
4 Develp Mkts m
032.55
+.24
+20 Diverse Div b + 3 16.03 +.06
+17 Eqty&Inc
+ 3 10.67 +.02
+22 EqWtS&P500 + 3 41.04 +.07
+26 GlbHlthCare + 3 38.42 +.00
+24 Gr & Inc
+ 4 25.72 +.05
5 HiYldMuni 4 9.40 .01
+ 5 Intl Growth
0 30.35 +.11
+18 Mid Core Eq + 3 25.27 +.00
+20 MidCap Gr + 4 33.63 .04
4 Muni Inc
3 13.13 .01
+ 9 Real Estate b + 2 26.37 +.02
+18 Small Comp b + 3 23.06 +.04
+21 Sml Cap Eq + 5 16.08 +.08
+22 Sml Cap Gr b + 5 36.69 +.14
+28 Sml Cap Val + 7 20.89 +.08
Invesco Funds B
$ 2.3 bil 8005258085
+23 Comstock + 3 21.76n +.03
Invesco Funds C
$ 9.9 bil 8005258085
0 BalRskAllc
0 12.16n +.03
+23 Comstock + 3 21.76n +.03
+17 Eqty&Inc
+ 3 10.52n +.02
Invesco Funds P
$ 1.6 bil 8005258085
+17 Summit b + 3 15.20n +.04
Invesco Funds Y
$ 5.9 bil 8005258085
0 BalRskAllc
0 12.56n +.02
+19 DiscplEq
+ 3 13.58n +.02
+22 EqWtS&P500 + 3 41.34n +.07
Invesco Instl
$ 3.1 bil 8005258085
+ 5 Intl Growth R5 0 30.81n +.11
+23 Sml Cap Gr R5 b + 639.12
n +.14
IVA Funds
$ 11.7 bil 8669414482
+ 8 Intl I
+ 1 16.81n +.03
+ 9 WorldwideA + 1 17.41 +.04
+ 9 WorldwideC + 1 17.25n +.05
+10 WorldwideI + 1 17.43n +.05
Ivy Funds
$ 55.6 bil 8007776472
+ 8 AssetStr A + 1 27.87 +.07
+ 7 AssetStr C + 1 27.07n +.06
+ 8 AssetStr I + 1 28.10n +.07
+ 8 AssetStr Y + 1 27.92n +.07
+16 Core Eq A
+ 3 12.98 .01

2013
%
Chg Fund
0 GlbNatResA
+ 4 High Inc C
+ 4 High Inc I
2 Ltd Trm A
+16 MidCapGr A
+16 MidCapGr I
+26 Sci&TechA
+25 Sci&TechC
+26 Sci&TechI
+26 Sci&TechY
+23 SmlCapGr A
+24 SmlCapGr Y

4 Wk Net
% Asset NAV
Chg Value Chg
2
0
0
1
+4
+4
+5
+5
+5
+5
+6
+5

16.95 .10
8.61n +.01
8.61n +.01
10.94 +.01
21.49 +.02
22.51n +.02
44.25 +.14
39.95n +.13
47.56n +.15
46.28n +.15
17.64 +.08
20.17n +.09

JKL
J Hancock 1
$ 32.2 bil 8002255291
+13 LifestylAgg + 2 14.58n +.04
+ 8 LifestylBal + 1 14.54n +.04
+11 LifestylGr + 2 15.00n +.04
+ 5 LifestylMod 0 13.85n +.03
+ 2 LSConserv
0 13.52n +.03
J Hancock A
$ 9.3 bil 8002255291
1 Bond
2 15.88 +.03
0 Inc
1 6.59 +.01
+21 Sml Cap Eq + 7 30.70 +.24
+12 US Glb LdGr + 2 39.18 .04
J Hancock Instl
$ 2.1 bil 8002255291
+22 DisValMdCap + 4 16.29n +.04
Janus Aspn Inst
$ 3.1 bil 8005253713
+19 Enterprise + 5 53.04n +.08
Janus S Shrs
$ 4.4 bil 8005250020
+18 Enterprise + 5 77.20n +.09
+14 Forty
+ 4 43.11n +.00
Janus T Shrs
$ 30.5 bil 8005250020
+11 Balanced
+ 2 28.85n +.05
+18 Enterprise + 5 78.04n +.08
2 Flex Bond 1 10.50n +.01
+31 GlbLifeSci + 7 39.30n +.07
+20 Growth&Inc + 3 40.76n +.08
+ 2 High Yield
0 9.24n +.02
+15 Janus
+ 4 36.77n .02
+ 1 Overseas
+ 1 34.54n +.33
+17 PrknMdVal + 3 25.00n +.05
+19 Research
+ 4 38.60n .01
0 Short Term
0 3.06n +.00
+14 Twenty
+ 4 70.67n +.12
Jensen Inv Management
$ 4.6 bil 8009924144
+18 QualtGrowI + 2 34.99n +.07
+18 QualtGrowJ + 2 34.98n +.07
JP Morgan A
$ 35.0 bil 8004804111
2 Core Bond 1 11.66 +.02
+21 Equity Inc + 3 12.15 +.03
+23 Gr Advantg r + 5 12.13 .01
+22 Growth & Inc + 3 38.16 +.11
+ 5 Inv Csrv Gr
0 12.23 +.02
+11 Inv Gr&Inc + 2 15.33 +.02
+16 Inv Growth + 3 17.03 +.02
+ 8 Invstr Bal + 1 13.99 +.02
+15 Lg Cap Gr
+ 5 27.66 .07
+21 Mid Cap Val + 4 33.25 +.09
+21 Small Cap Eq + 5 42.23 +.17
+29 Small Grow + 7 13.92 +.09
+24 Sml Cap Val + 5 25.42 +.17
+21 ValAdvntg + 3 25.73 +.07
JP Morgan C
$ 7.3 bil 8004804111
3 Core Bond r 1 11.72n +.03
+20 Mid Cap Val + 4 32.37n +.09
+21 ValAdvntg + 3 25.70n +.07
JP Morgan Fds
$ 2.7 bil 8005215411
+ 4 IncBldrA
0 10.06 +.03
JP Morgan Instl
$ 20.1 bil 8004804111
+21 Disc Equity + 4 21.44n +.02
+21 Mid Cap Val + 4 33.87n +.10
+ 9 RealtyInc + 2 12.52n +.05
+29 Small Grow + 7 14.95n +.09
+ 7 SmrtRet2020 + 1 17.25n +.05
+21 ValAdvntg + 3 25.84n +.07
JP Morgan R5
$ 3.7 bil 8004804111
+22 IntrpdAm + 4 31.63n +.06
+ 9 RealtyInc + 2 12.52n +.04
+22 SmallCapEq + 5 46.75n +.18
JP Morgan R6
$ 14.1 bil 8004804111
2 Core Bond 1 11.67n +.02
+21 DiscEquity + 4 21.44n +.02
+ 3 High Yield
0 8.13n +.01
1 Mrtge Back 1 11.32n +.02
0 Sh Dur Bd
0 10.90n +.00
+25 Sml Cap Val + 5 26.60n +.18
JP Morgan Selct
$ 81.5 bil 8004804111
2 Core Bond 1 11.66n +.03
1 CorePlusBd 1 8.26n +.01
+29 DynmcSmlGr + 7 26.44n +.17
7 EmrgMktsEq 0 22.16n +.20
+21 Equity Inc + 3 12.31n +.03
+19 EquityIndex + 3 38.20n +.06
+23 Gr Advantg r + 5 12.32n .01
+ 3 High Yield
0 8.14n +.02
+ 7 Intl Value + 1 13.79n +.07
3 IntmTxFrBd 1 10.90n +.00
+22 IntrepdVal + 4 31.54n +.09
+19 Intrepid Gr + 3 31.17n +.01

2013
%
Chg Fund

300 mil
185 mil
8.982 bil
782 mil
1.087 bil

4 Wk Net
% Asset NAV
Chg Value Chg

+24 IntrepidMid + 4 20.51n +.00


+21 Intrpd Amer + 4 31.68n +.05
+15 Lg Cap Gr
+ 5 27.64n .08
+21 Mid Cap Eq + 4 40.21n +.03
+21 Mid Cap Val + 4 33.55n +.10
+22 MidCapGr + 4 26.44n .04
+23 Mkt Exp Idx + 4 12.93n +.04
1 Mrtge Back 1 11.32n +.02
0 Sh Dur Bd
0 10.90n +.00
+22 SmallCapEq + 5 46.67n +.18
+24 Sml Cap Val + 5 26.58n +.18
+26 TrSmlEqCore + 6 51.54n +.29
4 TxAwrRlRet 1 10.01n +.00
+21 US Equity
+ 4 13.49n +.00
+22 USLgCorPls + 4 26.91n .02
+21 ValAdvntg + 3 25.82n +.07
Kalmar
$ 692 mil 8002822319
+24 KalmrSmCp + 5 20.09n +.11
Keeley Funds
$ 3.3 bil 8889335391
+21 SmlCapValA + 4 34.74 +.02
+22 SmlCapValI + 4 35.04n +.02
Laudus Rosenberg
$ 2.0 bil 8004473332
+10 IntlMktMsSel + 2 21.75n +.09
LaudusFunds
$ 1.7 bil 8004473332
+16 GrInvUSLgGr + 4 16.66n .01
Lazard Instl
$ 16.4 bil 8008236300
6 EmergMkts + 1 18.31n +.25
+13 IntlStratEq + 2 13.18n +.06
Lazard Open
$ 3.2 bil 8008236300
6 EmergMkts + 1 18.74n +.26
Legg Mason
$ 1.4 bil 8008225544
+29 CBAggGr
+ 6 176.30n
.38
Legg Mason A
$ 25.6 bil 8008225544
+29 CBAggGr
+ 6 162.75 .35
+19 CBAllCapVal + 3 16.68 +.02
+18 CBApprec + 3 18.49 .03
+17 CBEqtyInc + 2 17.03 +.00
+21 CBLgGrA
+ 4 27.70 .02
+20 CBLrgVal
+ 3 24.02 +.01
+21 CBMidCapCr + 5 28.10 +.06
+26 CBSmCapGr + 6 25.38 +.12
3 WAIntmdMuni 3 6.49
+.01
4 WAMgdMuni 3 16.16 .02
Legg Mason B
$ 1.2 bil 8008225544
+28 CBAggGr
+ 6 135.25n
.30
Legg Mason C
$ 10.2 bil 8008225544
+28 CBAggGr
+ 6 138.99n
.30
+16 CBEQincbld + 2 16.82n +.00
+21 CBLgCapGr + 4 24.16n .02
+22 CMValueTr + 4 52.11n +.12
0 Wasstshmuninc 15.14n
+.00
Legg Mason I
$ 7.5 bil 8008225544
+29 CBAggGr
+ 6 175.22n
.38
+17 CBEQincbld + 2 17.41n +.00
+17 CBEQincbld + 2 17.03n .01
+20 CBLrgVal
+ 3 23.97n +.01
LKCM Funds
$ 1.5 bil 8006885526
+18 Eqty Instl
+ 3 20.74n +.04
+19 SmCapEqInst + 6 26.94n +.10
Longleaf Prtnrs
$ 13.3 bil 8004459469
+ 9 Intl
1 15.28n +.05
+14 Partners
+ 1 30.13n +.13
+18 Small Cap + 1 34.08n +.08
Loomis Syls
$ 38.2 bil 8006333330
+ 2 Bond Instl 2 15.03n +.03
+ 2 Bond Ret
2 14.97n +.04
4 GlobBd Inst 3 16.38n +.02
+30 SmCapGr Inst + 6 24.54n +.10
+21 SmCapVl Rt + 5 36.05n +.08
+21 SmCpValInst + 5 36.41n +.08
+ 5 Strat Inc A 1 15.84 +.04
+ 4 Strat Inc C 1 15.93n +.04
+22 Value Y
+ 3 25.57n +.03
Loomis Syls Inv
$ 13.7 bil 8006333330
2 GradeBondA 2 12.17 +.04
2 GradeBondC 2 12.07n +.04
1 GradeBondY 2 12.17n +.03
Lord Abbett A
$ 50.6 bil 8004261130
+21 Affiliated
+ 3 14.41 +.01
+10 Bal Strat
+ 1 11.88 +.04
+ 2 Bond Deben 0 8.17 +.02
+34 Dvlp Grwth + 8 26.68 +.17
+ 3 FloatRate
0 9.49 +.00
+23 FundEqty + 4 16.24 +.01
5 HiYldMuniBd 5 11.35 .01
3 Income
2 2.86 +.01
3 IntmTaxFr 2 10.54 +.00
+19 Mid Cap
+ 3 21.43 +.06
6 Natl Tax Fr 4 10.83 +.00
+20 ResSmallVal + 4 38.61 +.06
1 ShDurTaxFr 1 15.73 +.00
1 ShrtDurInc 1 4.56 +.00

A7

WEDNESDAY, JULY 17, 2013

4 Wk Net
% Asset NAV
Chg Value Chg

2013
%
Chg Fund

4 Wk Net
% Asset NAV
Chg Value Chg

+ 9 DividInv
+ 2 15.59n +.07
0 PacTigerInv + 1 24.48n +.03
+ 1 Merger Fund + 116.01
n +.00
Meridian Funds
$ 2.8 bil 8004466662
+17 Growth
+ 4 46.50n +.02
+20 Value
+ 5 39.36n +.17
Metro West
$ 28.6 bil 8002414671
+ 3 HiYieldBd M 1 10.40n +.03
+ 1 Low Dur Bd
0 8.76n +.00
1 TotRetBdI 2 10.57n +.02
2 TotRetBdM 2 10.57n +.02
MFS Funds A
$ 54.1 bil 8006372929
2 Bond
2 13.72 +.03
+ 4 ConsrvAlloc 0 14.02 +.03
+21 Core Equity + 4 24.39 +.02
+17 Growth
+ 4 57.15 .08
+11 GrowthAlloc + 2 16.76 +.05
+ 9 Intl Nw Ds + 1 26.19 +.18
+17 Intl Val
+ 2 31.54 +.14
+ 8 IntlDivrs A + 1 15.28 +.08
+18 MA Inv Tr
+ 3 25.31 +.04
+16 MA InvGrSk + 2 20.70 +.04
+23 MidCapVal + 4 18.37 +.07
+ 8 Mod Alloc + 1 15.52 +.04
5 Muni Hi Inc 4 7.73 +.00
+23 New Discov + 3 25.81 +.09
+20 Research
+ 3 34.20 +.03
+11 Total Ret
+ 1 16.78 +.04
+13 Util
+ 2 20.85 +.15
+22 Value
+ 2 30.63 +.07
MFS Funds I
$ 20.1 bil 8006372929
+17 Growth
+ 4 59.63n .08
+ 9 Intl Nw Ds + 1 26.92n +.18
+16 MA InvGrSk + 2 21.16n +.05
+18 Mass Inv Tr + 3 24.79n +.04
+23 NewDiscovry + 3 27.55n +.10
+20 Research
+ 3 34.88n +.03
+ 8 Rsrch Intl + 1 17.08n +.08
+22 Value
+ 2 30.77n +.07
MFS Instl Funds
$ 5.7 bil 8006372929
+ 7 Intl Eq
+ 1 20.58n +.14
Morgan Stan Ins
$ 17.2 bil 8005487786
+18 CapGr I
+ 4 31.83n +.06
4 Emer Mkts I 1 24.50n +.21
+ 9 Intl Eq P
+ 1 15.50 +.04
+10 IntlEq I
+ 1 15.71n +.04
+20 MdCpGrP
+ 3 40.03 +.09
+20 MidCapGr I + 3 41.68n +.08
+31 SmCoGr I
+ 6 18.41n +.14
Munder A
$ 2.0 bil 8004385789
+20 MidCoreGr + 3 38.43 +.06
Munder Y
$ 4.0 bil 8002393334
+20 Mid Core Gr + 3 39.46n +.06
+26 VerctSCVal + 6 28.06n +.14
Nationwide A
$ 1.3 bil 8008480920
+21 MidMktIdx + 4 17.64 +.06
Nationwide Funds Instl
$ 6.3 bil 8008480920
+ 8 Intl Idx
+ 1 7.76n +.03
+21 MidMktIdx + 4 17.82n +.06
+19 S&P500 Idx + 3 13.94n +.02
+24 Small Idx
+ 6 14.89n +.10
Nationwide Funds Service
$ 4.0 bil 8008480920
+12 InvDstMdAg + 2 10.82n +.03
Natixis Funds

Lord Abbett C
$ 17.8 bil 8004261130
+ 2 Bond Deben 0 8.19n +.02
+ 2 FloatRate
0 9.50n +.01
1 ShrtDurInc 1 4.59n +.00
Lord Abbett F
$ 16.6 bil 8004261130
+ 3 FloatRate
0 9.49n +.01
1 ShrtDurInc 1 4.56n +.00
Lord Abbett I
$ 11.4 bil 8004261130
+34 Dvlp Grwth + 8 28.81n +.17
+20 ResSmVal + 5 41.08n +.07
1 ShrtDurInc 1 4.56n +.00
Lord Abbett R3
$ 682 mil 8004261130
+34 Dvlp Grwth + 8 26.41n +.16
+26 LSV Val Eq + 4 19.38n +.05

MNO
MainStay A Fds
$ 8.6 bil 8006246782
+ 2 High Yld Cp
0 6.05 +.02
+17 Lrg Cp Grow + 4 9.07 .02
Mainstay I Fds
$ 11.7 bil 8006246782
+14 EpochGlbEqI + 1 18.10n +.04
+18 IcapSelEq + 3 45.20n +.04
+19 MAP
+ 3 42.02n +.06
+19 S&P500 Idx + 3 39.25n +.06
+24 USSmCap + 5 23.04n +.12
Mairs & Power
$ 3.6 bil 8003047404
+20 Growth
+ 3 100.25n
+.20
Managers Funds
$ 28.6 bil 8005484539
1 Bond
2 27.21n +.07
3 PIMCO Bond 2 10.47n +.03
+28 SkylnSpEq + 7 33.62n +.18
+26 SpecialEq + 6 75.86n +.45
+26 TimsqSmGr I + 5 16.43n +.08
+21 Yacktmn
+ 3 23.15n +.06
+21 YacktmnFoc + 3 24.81n +.07
Manning & Napier Funds
$ 12.4 bil 8004663863
+23 Small Cap A + 3 12.19n +.09
+ 8 WorldOppA 0 8.36n +.03
+10 MarketField + 2 17.46n .07
Marshall Funds
$ 5.3 bil 8005803863
+26 BMOSmGrInv + 4 22.60n +.11
+26 BMOSmGrIr + 4 22.93n +.11
Marsico Funds
$ 2.5 bil 8888608686
+17 FlexCapital + 4 17.35n +.05
Mass Mutl Prem
$ 4.9 bil 8005426767
+19 DiscplnGrwS + 3 12.90n +.02
+22 DiscplnValS + 3 13.66n +.03
Mass Mutl Select
$ 14.4 bil 8005426767
+19 BlueChipGrL + 4 14.99n .01
+19 BlueChipGrS + 4 15.16n .01
+21 DiversVal S + 3 12.36n +.02
+26 Focus Val S + 3 23.75n +.07
+17 Grw Opp S + 5 10.34n .01
+19 Index Eq I + 3 15.75n +.00
+20 MidGrEqII A + 4 16.78 +.01
+21 MidGrEqII S + 4 18.08n +.00
+20 MidGrEqII Y + 4 17.87n +.01
+17 Matthew25 + 3 26.03n +.12
Matthews Asia
$ 13.1 bil 8007892742
+ 4 AsGr&IncInv + 2 19.15n +.00
8 ChinaInv
2 21.54n +.05

2013
%
Chg Fund

4 Wk Net
% Asset NAV
Chg Value Chg

$ 1.7 bil 8002255478


+20 USMltCapEqA + 4 31.29 +.06
Neubg Brm Instl
$ 9.5 bil 8006282583
+ 8 EqtInc
+ 2 12.49n +.06
+ 3 HiIncBond
0 9.45n +.02
+24 MltcapOpp + 3 13.57n +.05
Neubg Brm Inv
$ 13.6 bil 8008779700
+20 Genesis
+ 5 40.66n +.14
+20 Genesis I
+ 5 58.29n +.20
Neubg Brm Tr
$ 4.3 bil 8008779700
+19 Genesis
+ 5 60.55n +.21
Nicholas Group
$ 3.4 bil 8002275987
+21 Ltd Edit I
+ 5 25.44n +.09
+21 Nicholas
+ 4 57.80n +.21
NorthCoastAsstMgmt
$ 76 mil 8002745448
+20 CAN SLIM Sel + 4 14.96n +.04
Northern
$ 39.6 bil 8005959111
3 BondIndex 2 10.50n +.00
10 EmMktsEqInd 1 10.71n +.00
3 Fixed Income 2 10.14n +.00
+ 4 GlbRlEstIdx + 1 9.48n +.00
+ 3 HiYldFxInc
0 7.52n +.00
+ 8 Intl Eq Idx
0 11.17n +.00
3 Intmd Tax Ex 2 10.28n +.00
+20 Mid Cap Idx + 4 15.90n +.00
8 MltMgrEmMk 1 17.68n +.00
+ 4 MltMgrIntEq 0 9.97n +.00
1 ShInt Tx Ex
0 10.44n +.00
+22 Sm Cap Val + 5 20.01n +.00
+23 SmCp Core + 5 20.11n +.00
+21 SoSunSmInv + 4 27.32n +.14
+19 Stock Index + 3 20.86n +.00
Nuveen Cl A
$ 13.2 bil 8002578787
+20 DivVal
+ 3 17.10 +.04
5 Hi Yld Muni 4 15.87 .01
1 LtdTrmMuni 1 10.99 +.00
+17 MidCapGrOpp + 5 47.23 .01
Nuveen Cl C
$ 3.7 bil 8002578787
5 Hi Yld Muni 5 15.85n .01
Nuveen Cl I
$ 21.9 bil 8002578787
+20 DivVal
+ 3 17.23n +.03
+19 Equity Idx + 3 25.95n +.04
5 HiYldMuniBd 4 15.87n .01
3 IntmDurMun 2 8.97n +.00
1 LtdTrmMuni 1 10.94n +.00
+18 MidCapGrOpp + 5 51.64n .01
+ 9 Real Estate + 2 22.96n +.06
Nuveen Cl R
$ 1.3 bil 8002578787
+20 NWQLgVal + 3 21.26n +.02
Oakmark I
$ 52.6 bil 8006256275
+11 Equity & Inc + 2 31.76n +.07
+19 Global
+ 2 28.00n +.08
+16 Intl
+ 2 24.22n +.11
+12 Intl Sm Cap + 1 15.61n +.01
+21 Oakmark
+ 3 58.82n +.15
+20 Select
+ 4 37.19n +.06
Old Westbury
$ 23.4 bil 8006072200
+ 5 GlobalOpp + 1 7.97n +.02
+12 GlobalSmall + 2 16.27n +.05
+11 LgCapStrat + 2 11.13n +.03
2 Muni Bond 1 11.84n +.00
12 Real Return 2 8.16n +.01
Oppenheimer A
$ 77.4 bil 8002255677

2013
%
Chg Fund

4 Wk Net
% Asset NAV
Chg Value Chg

+10 ActiveAlloc + 1 10.93 +.00


+ 9 Alloc A
+ 1 16.38 +.00
5 AMT Fr Muni 4 6.76 +.00
+14 Cap Apprec + 3 55.15 .11
+ 4 Cap Income 0 9.37 +.00
1 Develop Mkt 0 34.81 +.36
+24 Discovery + 6 73.14 +.22
+16 Equity
+ 3 11.13 +.00
+21 EquityInc + 2 30.47 +.09
2 GlblStrtInc 2 4.15 +.00
+22 Glob Opport + 8 35.66 +.28
+13 Global
+ 3 73.08 +.35
5 Intl Bond
2 6.12 +.02
+12 Intl Growth + 2 34.47 +.28
+19 Intl Sm Co + 2 26.97 +.06
+ 8 IntlDivers
0 13.05 +.00
+16 Main Street + 2 43.16 +.06
+20 MainStSC + 4 27.56 +.01
+16 RisingDivs + 2 20.08 +.01
2 RochLtdMuni 2 14.51 +.00
+17 SmlMidGrw + 4 15.79 .02
Oppenheimer I
$ 2.4 bil 8002255677
+21 Sel40I
+ 4 12.47n +.06
Oppenheimer Y
$ 31.9 bil 8002255677
1 DevelopMkts 0 34.46n +.36
+24 Discovery + 6 78.60n +.23
+13 Global
+ 3 73.23n +.35
5 IntlBond
2 6.12n +.02
+12 IntlGr
+ 2 34.34n +.28
+16 RisingDivs + 2 20.54n +.01
Oppenhmr C&M
$ 15.6 bil 8002255677
2 Devlp Mkt C 0 33.25n +.34
3 GlblStrtInc 2 4.14n +.00
6 Intl Bond C 2 6.10n +.02
3 RochLtdMuni 2 14.45n +.00
Oppenhmr Roch
$ 18.3 bil 8002255677
3 LtdTrmNY C 2 3.23n +.00
3 LtdTrmNYA 2 3.24 +.00
4 MuniA
5 15.83 +.00
5 NatlMuni A 5 7.02 +.00
5 NatlMuni C 5 6.99n .01
Optimum Instl
$ 4.0 bil 8009140278
3 Fixed Inc
2 9.42n +.03
+20 SmlMid Val + 5 14.40n +.03
Osterweis Capital
$ 4.3 bil 8662360050
+ 4 Strat Inc
0 11.78n +.02

PQR
Pace Funds P
$ 6.1 bil 8006471568
+23 SmMd Co Gr + 5 22.03n +.10
Parnassus
$ 5.7 bil 8009993505
+20 EquityIncI + 3 34.79n +.06
+20 Parnassus + 5 48.78n +.09
Pax World
$ 2.2 bil 8007671729
+ 8 Balance
+ 1 25.52n +.02
Payden Funds
$ 4.0 bil 8005729336
+18 EqIncInvCl + 2 12.68n +.04
Permanent Port
$ 12.3 bil 8005315142
5 Portfolio
2 46.09n +.10
PIMCO A
$ 47.7 bil 8004260107
2 All Asset
2 12.13 +.06
6 AllAsstAuth 3 10.25 +.04
13 Commod RR 4 5.66 +.02
2 Low Dur
1 10.26 +.02

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2 Bd & Mtg In 1 10.70n +.03


+ 7 DivrsIntlI
+ 2 10.97n +.06
+ 3 GlbDivIncA 1 14.01 +.03
+ 3 HiYld A
0 7.83 +.02
+ 3 HiYldI Inst
0 10.58n +.02
+19 Lg Val Ins + 3 12.91n +.04
+18 LgCapGrI I + 4 11.65n +.00
+19 LgS&P500 I + 3 11.88n +.02
+18 LgValI Ins + 2 13.81n +.05
+18 LrgCapGr I + 3 10.69n .02
+16 LrgGrowII I + 2 9.83n +.01
+ 8 LT 2020 In + 1 13.63n +.03
+10 LT 2030 I
+ 2 13.72n +.03
+12 LT 2040 I
+ 2 14.18n +.04
+12 LT 2050 I
+ 2 13.72n +.03
+19 MidCpBlndA + 4 18.52 +.04
+19 MidCpBlndJ + 4 17.90n +.03
+20 MidGrIII I
+ 4 13.06n +.00
+21 MidValI I
+ 3 17.60n +.05
+ 1 PrefSecs I 1 10.35n +.01
+24 SmGrI Inst + 7 13.69n +.08
+24 SmlS&P600I + 6 22.34n +.10
+24 SmValII I
+ 6 13.02n +.08
+13 StrAsCnGrA + 2 16.70 +.04
+ 9 StrAstBalA + 1 15.01 +.03
ProFunds Inv
$ 1.4 bil 8887763637
+70
BiotechUltraSector +16
169.48n
1.07
Prudential A
$ 22.3 bil 8002251852
+38 Health Sci + 9 38.67 .04
+ 3 HighYield
0 5.67 +.01
+15 Mid Cap Gr + 4 35.98 +.06
+ 1 NaturlRsrc
0 45.43 .16
1 Sh Tm Corp 1 11.32 +.01
3 TotRetBd
2 14.06 +.05
+17 Utility
+ 4 13.63 +.12
Prudential C
$ 3.1 bil 8002251852
+37 Health Sci + 9 33.63n .04
Prudential Z&I
$ 12.8 bil 8002251852
+ 7 GlbRealEstZ + 4 22.62n +.10
+38 Health SciZ + 9 40.69n .05
+15 Mid Cap GrZ + 4 37.42n +.07
IBDs earnings reports show stock symbols, industry, % above or below +21 Small Co Z + 5 28.29n +.17
estimates, EPS and Relative Strength Ratings. EPS growth over 25% is +19 Stock Idx I + 3 37.43n +.05
boldfaced. Entire line is bolded if EPS Rating is also over 85 & quarter beat +19 Stock Idx Z + 3 37.43n +.05
estimates. Arrows show earnings or sales acceleration or deceleration 3 TotRetBd Z 2 14.01n +.05
vs. prior quarter % change. All earnings are for current quarter. Nonrecur- Putnam A
ring items may be excluded from earnings per share.
$ 40.2 bil 8002251581
+13 Asset All Gr + 1 15.32 +.00
Curr
Prior
Under
Sales
Rel 3 CA Tax Ex 3 7.94 +.00
Closing Qtr
Yrs Qtr EPS /Over Sales % EPS Str +16 CapSpec
+ 4 31.23 +.00
Company Name
Symbol Industry
Price Erns
Erns %Chg Est % (Mil) Chg Rtg Rtg
+ 4 Diversifd Inc 0 7.85 +.02
+20 EqtSpec
+ 4 35.59 +.24
+21 Equity Inc + 3 20.31 +.03
+21 Gr & Inc
+ 3 17.94 +.00
+20
Investors
+
3 17.46 +.03
Amrep Corp
AXR Media-Periodicals
9.71 0.07 vs 0.21
..
.. 20.3 +6.5` 37 50
Coca Cola
KO
Bev-Non-Alcoholic
40.23 0.63 vs 0.61 +3.3` 0.0 12749 2.6 65 35 +23 Mlt Cap Val + 4 16.48 +.06
+17 MltCpGrw + 3 65.59 .02
Comerica
CMA Banks-Supr Rgional 40.86 0.76 vs 0.75 +1.3a +8.6 651 4.4 80 76 +19 Voyager + 3 26.29 +.08
Csx
CSX Transportation-Rail 24.64 0.52 vs 0.49 +6.1` +11 3069 +1.9 70 48 Putnam C
Customers Bancorp CUBI Banks-Northeast
17.49 0.33 vs 0.26 +26.9a 2.9 39.7 +21a 95 72 $ 3.3 bil 8002251581
E S B Finl Corp
ESBF Financ-Svings & Lo 13.35 0.22 vs 0.21 +4.8
.. 17.9 11 60 67 +15 CapSpec + 3 30.81n +.00
Putnam Y
F B R & Co
FBRC Fin-Invest Bnk/Bkrs 30.75 3.35 vs 0.02 +9999`+999 67.2 +99a 80 98 $ 5.8 bil 8002251581
Goldman Sachs
GS
Banks-Money Cntr
160.2 3.70 vs 1.78 +108` +31 10449 +22 71 79 +16 CapSpec + 4 31.34n +.00
+ 4 35.81n +.24
Healthcare Svcs Grp HCSG Comml Svcs-Hlthcre 24.74 0.19 vs 0.17 +11.8a 5.0 274 +2.4a 93 42 +20 EqtSpec
Interactive Brokers IBKR Fin-Invest Bnk/Bkrs 16.84 0.21 vs 0.17 +23.5 4.5 298 +7.4 8 74 +21 Equity Inc + 3 20.31n +.04
Rainier Funds
Johnson & Johnsn JNJ Medical-Diversified 90.40 1.48 vs 1.30 +13.9` +6.5 17877 +8.5` 73 70 $ 3.5 bil 8002486314
L C N B Corp
LCNB Banks-Midwest
21.59 0.30 vs 0.29 +3.5
.. 10.6 +13` 47 90 +20 Sm/Mid Eq I + 4 44.83n +.05
Mercantile Bank
MBWM Banks-Midwest
19.83 0.46 vs 0.36 +27.8a +31 15.8 6.6 71 58 +20 Sm/Mid Eq O + 4 43.47n +.05
Ridgeworth
Old Point Finl Corp OPOF Banks-Southeast
13.12 0.21 vs 0.13 +61.5
.. 10.8 12 86 62 $ 21.2 bil 8779847321
Packging Corp Of Am PKG Paper & Paper Prod 51.49 0.71 vs 0.49 +44.9a +13 800 +12a 91 86 + 2 Hi Yield I
0 10.08n +.03
Renasant Corp
RNST Banks-Southeast
26.84 0.32 vs 0.25 +28.0` 0.0 57.3 +1.8 73 86 +20 LgValEq I + 3 17.04n +.02
River Valley Bancrp RIVR Financ-Svings & Lo 23.50 0.72 vs 0.40 +80.0a ..
6.2 +16` 88 75 +18 MidValEq I + 3 13.87n +.04
+ 3 SFlRtHiIncI
0 9.02n +.01
Saratoga Invest Corp SAR Fnce-Invsmnt Mgt
17.50 0.52 vs 0.33 +57.6
..
6.0 +66` 52 61
+19 SmValEq I + 5 16.39n +.02
Schwab Charles
SCHW Fin-Invest Bnk/Bkrs 21.00 0.18 vs 0.17 +5.9 5.3 1337 +4.2a 45 88 0 US UlShBd I 0 10.12n +.00
United Rentals
URI Comml Svcs-Leasing 50.98 1.12 vs 0.66 +69.7` +11 1206 +21a 75 69 Royce Funds
$ 20.7 bil 8002214268
Wintrust Finl
WTFC Banks-Midwest
40.54 0.69 vs 0.52 +32.7` +13 221 +6.8` 93 52 + 4 LowPrStkSev + 2 14.46n +.04
Yahoo
YHOO Internet-Content
26.88 0.35 vs 0.30 +16.7a +17 1135 6.8 94 89 +27 Opport I
+ 6 15.13n +.10
+18 PA Mutl Inv + 4 13.61n +.04
+14 PremierInv + 4 21.90n +.05
+19 SpecialEq I + 5 25.10n +.05
+19 TotlRet I
+ 4 16.11n +.07
Ameriserv Financial ASRV Banks-Northeast
3.00 0.05 vs 0.06 16.7
.. 13.7 +0.6 11 33 RS Funds
Del Frisco's Restaurt DFRG Retail-Restaurants
21.28 0.19 vs 0.24 20.8 0.0 60.4 +19` 52 89 $ 6.6 bil 8007663863
Emerson Radio
MSN Consumer Prod-Elec 1.77 0.06 vs 0.09
..
.. 23.0 14 64 26 0 Glb Nat Res 2 36.69 .10
+24 Partners A + 5 39.73 +.07
Marten Transport MRTN Trnsportation-Trck
17.64 0.23 vs 0.23 0.0 4.2 161 +2.8a 85 90 +22 SelectGrowA + 5 44.46 +.22
Miller Energy Resrcs MILL Oil&Gas-Drilling
4.09 0.31 vs 0.20
..
..
7.7 13 10 47 +30 SmCapGrA + 6 60.51 +.33
Mosaic Company MOS Chemicals-Ag
54.12 1.13 vs 1.25 9.6 0.0 2692 4.5 56 23 Russell Funds I
Resourcs Connectn RECN Cmml Svcs-Cnsltng 13.31 0.16 vs 0.21 23.8 +6.7 140 3.7 56 58 $ 3.3 bil 8007877354
2 StratBd
2 10.78n +.02
Severn Bancorp
SVBI Financ-Svings & Lo
5.04 0.01 vs 0.08
..
.. 10.5 5.8 38 87
Russell Funds S
Video Display Corp VIDE Elec-Misc Products
3.96 0.03 vs 0.02
..
.. 12.6 +0.3 20 40 $ 16.0 bil 8007877354
Westamerica Bcp WABC Banks-Wst/Sthwst
47.55 0.64 vs 0.75 14.7 0.0
.... .. 32 44 7 EmergMkts 1 17.63n +.15

8 Real Return 2 11.26 +.06


2 RealEstRR
0 4.31 +.04
0 Short Term
0 9.82 +.00
+17 StocksPlRet + 2 10.42 +.06
3 TotalRetrn 2 10.77 +.03
PIMCO Admin
$ 37.0 bil 8009274648
8 Real Return 2 11.26n +.06
0 Short Term
0 9.82n +.00
3 TotalRetrn 2 10.77n +.03
PIMCO C
$ 24.1 bil 8004260107
3 All Asset
2 12.09n +.06
7 AllAsstAuth 3 10.25n +.05
8 Real Return 2 11.26n +.06
3 TotalRetrn 2 10.77n +.03
PIMCO D
$ 33.0 bil 8004260107
+ 1 Income
2 12.22n +.03
1 Low Dur
1 10.26n +.02
8 Real Return 2 11.26n +.06
3 TotalRetrn 2 10.77n +.03
1 Unconstrnd 1 11.31n +.05
PIMCO Inst l
$ 315 bil 8009274648
2 All Asset
1 12.12n +.06
6 AllAsstAuth 3 10.25n +.04
13 Commod RR 4 5.74n +.02
3 Diverse Inc 2 11.56n +.05
2 EmgMktCurr 1 10.20n +.05
8 Emrg Mkt Bd 3 11.27n +.07
0 Float Inc
0 8.77n +.02
8 ForBondUnhg 4 9.90n .02
1 FrgnBdHedg 0 10.58n .01
+21 FundIdxPlTr + 2 6.86n +.04
+ 2 High Yield
0 9.52n +.01
3 InvGrCorpBd 2 10.58n +.03
1 Low Dur
1 10.26n +.02
9 LT US Govt 4 9.90n +.05
2 Mod Duration 1 10.60n +.02
8 Real Return 2 11.26n +.06

2 RealEstRR
0 4.58n +.05
0 Short Term
0 9.82n +.00
+17 StocksPlRet + 2 10.46n +.05
+19 StocksPLUS + 2 9.74n +.03
3 TotalRetrn 2 10.77n +.03
3 TotalRetrnII 2 10.24n +.03
3 TotalRetrnIII 2 9.50n +.03
PIMCO P
$ 31.1 bil 8004260107
2 All Asset
1 12.14n +.06
6 AllAsstAuth 3 10.26n +.05
12 Commod RR 4 5.74n +.03
+21 FundIdxPls + 2 6.84n +.04
+ 1 Income
2 12.22n +.03
1 Low Dur
1 10.26n +.02
8 Real Return 2 11.26n +.06
3 TotalRetrn 2 10.77n +.03
Pioneer A
$ 17.0 bil 8002256292
+20 CoreEq
+ 3 14.13 +.03
+21 Oak Sml Gr + 5 35.90 +.04
+19 Pioneer
+ 3 38.58 +.06
1 Strat Inc
2 10.99 +.01
Pioneer C
$ 3.5 bil 8002256292
1 Strat Inc
2 10.76n +.02
Pioneer Y
$ 7.7 bil 8002256292
1 Strat Inc
2 10.99n +.01
PNC Funds
$ 3.1 bil 8005512145
+26 SmlCpI b
+ 3 18.70n +.05
Price Advisor
$ 18.2 bil 8006385660
+19 Blu Chp Gr + 4 54.01n .05
+19 Equity Inc + 3 31.15n +.06
+18 Growth Stk + 5 43.96n .08
+21 Mid Cap Gr + 4 66.82n +.01
+11 Retire 2030 + 2 20.93n +.06
+18 SmlCapVal + 5 46.11n +.14
4 Tax Fr Inc
3 9.97n .01

+23 Value
+ 3 32.17n +.08
Price Funds
$ 446 bil 8006385660
+ 9 Balanced
+ 1 22.33n +.05
+19 BlueChip Gr + 4 52.78n .04
+19 BlueChip Gr + 4 54.21n .04
+14 CapApprc + 2 25.28n +.04
+20 DiverMidGr + 4 19.98n .02
+24 DiverSmCapGr + 521.69
n +.03
+19 Dividend Gr + 3 31.03n +.03
8 EmergMktBd 3 12.79n +.07
9 EmrgMktStk 1 31.15n +.28
+19 Equity Inc + 3 31.22n +.06
+19 Equity Index + 3 45.35n +.06
+23 ExtEqMktIx + 5 22.38n +.09
+13 Global Tech + 4 11.48n +.07
3 GNMA
2 9.54n +.02
+18 Growth & Inc + 3 26.54n +.03
+18 Growth Stk + 5 44.48n .08
+30 Health Sci + 7 53.57n .01
+ 4 High Yld
0 7.03n +.02
+ 3 HiYld Inst
0 9.78n +.02
+ 3 InstFltRt
0 10.25n +.01
6 Intl Bond
4 9.37n .01
+ 9 Intl Gr&Inc + 1 14.13n +.08
+ 4 Intl Stock + 1 14.98n +.11
+10 IntlDiscov + 1 50.53n +.18
17 Latin Amer 5 31.60n +.66
+19 LgCoreGr I + 4 19.41n .02
+20 LgCpGrInstl + 5 22.72n +.01
+22 LrgCapVal I + 3 17.33n +.03
3 MD Tax Fr Bd 2 10.53n +.00
+19 Media&Telcm + 6 63.37n +.00
+21 Mid Cap Gr + 4 68.30n +.02
+19 Mid Cap Val + 3 28.51n +.11
+21 MidCapEqGrI + 4 37.17n +.01
+17 New Amer Gr + 5 41.96n .01
4 New Asia
0 16.11n +.04
+ 5 New Era
1 44.10n .02
3 New Income 1 9.44n +.02

+28 NewHorizns + 6 42.50n +.18


+ 8 OverseasStk + 1 9.19n +.05
+ 5 PersnlStrIn
0 17.98n +.04
+12 PersonlStrGr + 2 28.69n +.07
+ 9 PrsnlStrBal + 1 22.36n +.05
+ 9 RealEstate + 3 22.77n +.07
+ 9 Ret2020 Adv + 1 19.35n +.05
+ 6 Retire 2010 + 1 17.42n +.05
+ 9 Retire 2020 + 1 19.48n +.05
+11 Retire 2030 + 2 21.09n +.06
+12 Retire 2035 + 2 15.03n +.04
+13 Retire 2040 + 2 21.55n +.05
+13 Retire 2040 + 2 21.38n +.05
+ 4 Retire Inc
0 14.46n +.03
+ 7 Retire2015 + 1 13.84n +.04
+ 9 Retire2020R + 1 19.18n +.05
+10 Retire2025 + 2 14.47n +.04
+11 Retire2030R + 2 20.78n +.05
+13 Retire2045 + 2 14.34n +.03
+13 Retire2050 + 2 12.03n +.03
+ 5 Rtr2005
0 12.69n +.03
+19 Sci & Tech + 4 32.43n +.12
+19 Sm Cap Value + 5 46.47n +.14
+23 SmCapStk + 6 41.83n +.16
+23 SmCapStkAd + 6 41.45n +.16
+24 SmCapStkIn + 6 18.71n +.07
+14 Spectrum Gr + 3 22.12n +.06
0 Spectrum Inc 1 12.82n +.02
0 ST Bond
0 4.79n +.00
3 SumtMunInt 2 11.50n +.00
4 Tax Fr Inc
2 9.97n +.00
+20 TotEqMktIdx + 3 19.29n +.04
4 Tx Fr Hi Yld 3 11.22n +.00
1 Tx Fr Sh Intm 1 5.61n .01
+23 Value
+ 3 32.53n +.08
PRIMECAP Odyssey Funds
$ 7.8 bil 8007292307
+35 AggrGrowth + 7 26.39n +.09
+27 Growth
+ 5 22.08n +.06
+22 Stock
+ 3 19.44n +.02
Principal Investors
$ 70.8 bil 8002225852

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%
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% Asset NAV
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+15 Glb Eqty


+ 2 10.54n +.04
+ 6 GlbRlEstSec + 3 40.64n +.08
+ 8 IntlDvlMkt + 1 33.32n +.10
2 Strat Bd
2 10.92n +.02
+23 TxMgUSMdSm + 5 20.80n +.09
+27 USSmlEqt + 7 31.34n +.20
Russell Lifepoints C
$ 2.9 bil 8007877354
+ 5 Bal Strat
0 11.32n +.03
Rydex Investor
$ 1.5 bil 8008200888
+16 Ndq
+ 4 20.11n +.01

STU
Schwab Funds
$ 44.5 bil 8004354000
+19 1000Idx Inv + 3 45.90n +.07
+18 Core Equity + 3 22.38n +.06
+21 Div Eq Sel + 3 17.62n +.05
+22 FdUSLgInst + 3 13.05n +.02
+25 Health Care + 3 22.98n +.03
+ 9 Intl Idx Sel + 1 18.21n +.09
+19 S&P500 Slct + 3 26.46n +.04
+24 Sm Cap Select + 6 26.09n +.17
+27 Sm Eq Sel + 7 23.55n +.14
+20 TotStkIdxSel + 3 30.89n +.07
Scout Funds
$ 11.7 bil 8009962862
+ 6 Intl
+ 1 34.99n +.15
+21 Mid Cap
+ 3 16.51n .02
+24 Small Cap + 4 21.70n +.06
SEI Portfolios
$ 21.1 bil 8003425734
3 CoreFxdInst A 2 11.22n +.03
+ 2 High Yld Bond 1 7.71n +.01
+ 8 Intl Equity A + 1 9.21n +.03
8 IntlEmrgMkt A 410.42
n +.00
+21 Larg Cp Val A + 3 21.87n +.05
+17 Lge Cp Gr A + 3 29.35n .02
+19 S&P 500 Idx E + 3 46.29n +.07
+26 Sm Cp Gr A + 6 23.34n +.11
+20 TxMgdLgCp A + 3 16.53n +.01
+20 VolatilityA + 3 16.24n +.07
Selected Funds
$ 5.6 bil 8002431575
+20 American D + 3 47.05n +.10
+20 American S + 3 47.08n +.10
Sentinel Group
$ 4.2 bil 8002823863
+19 CmmnStk A + 3 40.60 +.07
+23 Small Co A + 5 7.89 +.02
Sequoia Fund
$ 6.8 bil 8006866884
+19 Sequoia
+ 3 200.78n
+.51
Sit Funds
$ 3.1 bil 8003325580
+18 DividendGr + 2 16.94n +.02
+24 SoundShore + 3 43.20n +.05
SSGA Funds
$ 3.3 bil 8006477327
+19 S&P 500 Idx + 3 27.29n +.03
State Frm Asc
$ 5.9 bil 3097662029
+ 8 Balanced
+ 1 59.75n +.06
+16 Growth
+ 2 63.75n +.00
Sterling Capital
$ 1.7 bil 7043728670
+28 MdCpValInst + 4 18.33n +.05
Stratton Funds
$ 1.1 bil 8006345726
+24 Sm Cap Yield + 5 67.32n +.26
SunAmer Foc
$ 2.6 bil 8008588850
+29 Div Strat C + 3 16.50n .01
Target Funds
$ 2.3 bil 8004428748
+21 SmallCapVal + 4 25.99n +.09
TCW Funds
$ 18.1 bil 8003863829
+23 Div Foc
+ 3 14.79n +.01
5 EmMktsInc I 3 8.56n +.04
+23 RelValLrgI + 3 18.78n .02
1 TotRetBd I 2 9.97n +.02
1 TotRetBd N 2 10.29n +.02
TempletonInstl
$ 6.3 bil 8003218563
+ 6 ForeignEqty 0 20.69n +.08
TFS Capital
$ 1.8 bil 8888374446
+ 1 MktNeutrl + 1 15.72n .03
Third Avenue
$ 6.1 bil 8008808442
+ 9 RlEstVal I
+ 3 27.74n +.03
+12 Value Inst + 3 55.85n +.26
Thompson Plm
$ 1.9 bil 8009990887
+ 1 Bond
0 11.78n +.02
Thornburg A
$ 14.5 bil 8008470200
+21 Core Growth + 5 23.21 +.00
+ 9 Income Bldr + 1 20.01 +.09

2013
%
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4 Wk Net
% Asset NAV
Chg Value Chg

+ 5 Intl Value + 2 28.77 +.08


1 Ltd Mun Nat 1 14.35 +.00
Thornburg C
$ 7.9 bil 8008470200
+ 8 Income Bldr + 1 20.00n +.08
+ 5 Intl Value + 2 26.91n +.08
Thornburg I
$ 18.9 bil 8008470200
+ 6 Intl Value + 2 29.38n +.08
1 Ltd Trm Inc 1 13.39n +.02
1 Ltd Trm Mun 1 14.35n +.00
Thrivent Funds A
$ 6.1 bil 8008474836
+16 Lrg Cap Stk + 3 26.09 +.04
4 Muni Bond 3 11.20 .01
TIAACREF FUNDS
$ 15.4 bil 8008422776
3 Bond
2 10.29n +.02
+20 Equity Idx + 3 12.94n +.03
+19 Growth&Inc + 3 11.90n +.01
+ 9 IntlEquity + 1 10.42n +.05
+20 MdCpValPrm + 3 22.24n +.04
TIAACREF Instl Retirement
$ 12.9 bil 8002231200
+20 Equity Idx + 3 13.11n +.03
+19 Growth&Inc + 3 12.04n +.01
+21 LgCpValIdx + 3 15.84n +.04
+17 LrgCpGrIdx + 3 17.15n +.01
+22 MidCapGrow + 5 23.30n .04
+20 MidCapValu + 3 22.16n +.04
+19 S&P500 Idx + 3 18.86n +.03
+24 SmBlendIdx + 6 17.60n +.12
+24 SmlCapEqty + 6 18.12n +.07
TIAACREF Instl Funds
$ 30.2 bil 8008422776
3 Bond Index 1 10.60n +.02
+16 EnLgGrIdxI + 2 10.74n .01
+21 EnLgVlIdxI + 3 10.19n +.03
+ 2 HiYldInstl
0 10.31n +.02
7 InflLnkBond 2 11.48n +.06
+ 9 IntlEqtyIdx + 1 17.63n +.08
+22 LargeCpVal + 3 17.30n +.04
+18 LgCpGrowIdx + 3 17.04n +.01
+21 LgCpValIdx + 3 15.63n +.04
+18 LrgCpGrowth + 5 13.88n .01
+22 MidCapGrow + 5 23.73n .04
+20 MidCapValu + 3 22.29n +.05
+19 S&P500 Idx + 3 18.96n +.03
+24 SmBlendIdx + 6 17.55n +.12
+24 SmlCapEqty + 6 18.38n +.08
TIAACREF Instl Funds Reta
$ 5.1 bil 8002231200
+20 EquityIndex + 3 13.14n +.02
+19 Growth&Inc + 3 14.63n +.01
+20 MidCapValu + 3 21.87n +.05
Tocqueville
$ 3.4 bil 8006973863
+14 Delafield
+ 3 34.92n +.04
Touchstone
$ 9.6 bil 8005430407
+16 SandCpInsGr + 5 19.86n .04
+16 SandSelGrZ + 5 14.50n .02
+16 SandsSelGrY + 5 14.81n .03
Transamerica A
$ 4.3 bil 8882334339
+11 AstAlModGr + 2 13.74 +.03
+20 SysSmMdVal + 4 27.00 +.10
Transamerica C
$ 3.7 bil 8882334339
+11 AstAllModGr + 2 13.68n +.03
Transamerica Partners
$ 2.1 bil 8007555801
+23 Lg Value
+ 4 22.63n +.07
Transamerica Partners Instl
$ 3.4 bil 8007555801
+20 Mid Value + 4 19.68n +.05
+19 StkIndex
+ 3 11.27n +.02
Tweedy Browne
$ 7.9 bil 8004324789
+11 GlblVal
+ 1 25.76n +.07
USAA Group
$ 42.3 bil 8005318722
+ 5 CornerstModAgg
024.12
n +.07
+22 Extn Mkt Idx + 5 16.29n +.06
+19 Growth
+ 3 20.03n +.05
+19 Growth&Incm + 3 19.20n +.03
+ 4 Hi Inc
0 8.79n +.02
1 Income
2 13.11n +.03
+20 IncomeStk + 2 16.23n +.03
+ 7 International + 1 27.78n +.18
0 Intm Trm Bd 2 10.73n +.02
+16 NASDAQ 100 + 4 8.84n +.00
+19 S&P 500
+ 3 23.98n +.00
+19 S&P500Rwd + 3 23.99n +.00
+20 Sci & Tech + 4 17.65n +.03
0 Sh Term Bond 1 9.18n +.01
+22 SmlCapStk + 6 18.31n +.07
2 Tax Ex Intmd 2 13.23n +.00
3 Tax Ex LT
2 13.23n .01
0 Tx Ex Sh Trm 0 10.73n +.00

VWX

INVESTORS.COM
2013
%
Chg Fund

4 Wk Net
% Asset NAV
Chg Value Chg

Value Line
$ 1.7 bil 8002230818
+21 EmergOpps + 4 45.91n +.13
+14 PremierGrow + 3 32.92n +.02
Vanguard Admiral
$ 628 bil 8009972798
+19 500 Index
+ 3 155.20n
+.22
+11 Balance Idx + 1 26.02n +.05
4 CA LngTxEx 3 11.31n +.00
3 CAIntmTxEx 2 11.25n +.00
+27 Cap Opps r + 4 98.79n +.01
9 EmgMkSt r
0 33.01n +.35
+ 8 Energy r
0 119.46n
.13
+20 Equity Inc + 3 60.05n +.16
+ 5 EuroStkIdx r 3 63.15n +.23
+26 Explorer
+ 6 92.95n +.29
+23 Ext Mkt Idx + 5 56.31n +.23
3 GNMA
1 10.45n +.04
+16 Growth Idx + 3 42.30n +.00
+20 Growth&Inc + 3 58.73n +.10
+ 1 HiYld Corp r 1 5.97n +.01
3 HiYldTxEx 2 10.69n +.00
+26 Hlth Care r + 4 74.27n +.01
+27 HlthcareIdx r + 4 45.57n +.03
7 InflProSecs 2 26.36n +.13
3 Int Treas
2 11.32n +.03
+ 6 Intl Growth r 0 64.71n +.36
3 Intmd Tax Ex 2 13.76n +.00
3 IntmdInvGrd 2 9.80n +.01
+19 LargeCapIdx + 3 38.89n +.06
7 LgInvGdAdmr 3 9.88n +.05
4 LT Tax Ex
2 11.14n +.00
9 LT Treas
4 11.67n +.05
0 LtdTrm TxEx 0 11.00n +.00
+21 Mid Cap Idx + 3 123.64n
+.21
+18 Morgan Gr + 4 73.03n +.03
4 NJLngTxEx 2 11.65n +.00
4 NYLngTxEx 2 11.13n +.00
+11 Pac Stk Idx r + 4 72.51n +.41
4 PALngTxEx 2 11.09n .01
+23 Primecap r + 3 88.74n +.13
+11 REIT Idx r
+ 2 101.32n
+.35
0 Sh Tm TxEx
0 15.84n +.00
1 Sh Trm Fed
0 10.69n +.01
1 ShrtInvAdmr 1 10.67n +.00
1 ShTrmBdIdx 0 10.51n +.01
+23 Small Idx
+ 5 47.69n +.17
0 ST Treas
0 10.68n +.00
3 Tot Bd Idx 1 10.66n +.02
+20 TtlStMktIdx + 3 42.34n +.08
+19 TxMgd G&I r + 3 75.46n +.10
+19 TxMgdCap r + 3 85.01n +.11
+ 9 TxMgIntAd r + 1 12.00n +.06
+24 TxMgSCAd r + 6 38.54n +.17
+22 Value Idx
+ 3 27.66n +.08
+ 5 Wellesley Inc 0 60.61n +.13
+12 Wellington + 1 64.69n +.13
+23 Windsor
+ 3 62.54n +.05
+20 WindsorII + 3 61.88n +.22
Vanguard Index
$ 292 bil 8006627447
+19 500
+ 3 155.20n
+.22
+10 Balanced
+ 1 26.02n +.05
+ 9 DevMkId r + 1 10.58n +.05
+ 9 DevMkIdIsPl r + 1 109.40n
+.49
9 EmgMkSt r
0 25.13n +.26
10 EmgMkStIsPl r 183.50
n +.87
+23 Extnd Mkt + 5 56.26n +.23
+23 FTSESocIndx + 3 10.56n +.02
+ 2 FTSEWlIdIsP r 1 96.40n +.54
+16 Growth
+ 3 42.30n .01
+21 HighDivYldI + 3 23.31n +.06
4 Int Bd
2 11.33n +.03
4 IntBdAdm 2 11.33n +.03
4 IntBdInst
2 11.33n +.03
+19 LargeCapInv + 3 31.10n +.05
9 LT Bd
3 12.82n +.06
8 LT Bd Inst 3 12.82n +.06
+21 MdCpIdxIsPl + 3 134.71n
+.23
+19 Mega300 I + 3 113.20n
+.17
+21 Mid Cap
+ 3 27.23n +.04
+22 MidCapValI + 3 28.35n +.09
+20 MidCpGrI
+ 4 32.28n +.01
+10 REIT r
+ 2 23.74n +.08
+22 Sm Cap Val + 5 21.23n +.10
+23 Small Grow + 5 30.82n +.07
+23 SmCpIdx
+ 5 47.63n +.17
+23 SmCpIdxIsPl + 5 137.66n
+.50
1 ST Bond
0 10.51n +.01
3 Tot Bd Mrkt 1 10.66n +.02
+20 Tot St Mkt + 3 42.33n +.08
+ 4 TotInStk r + 1 15.33n +.09
+ 3 TotInStk r 1 102.54n
+.58

2013
%
Chg Fund

4 Wk Net
% Asset NAV
Chg Value Chg

+ 3 TotInStk r 1 102.52n
+.57
+ 4 TotInStk r + 1 25.64n +.15
+ 4 TotInStk r + 1 30.75n +.17
+22 Value
+ 3 27.66n +.08
Vanguard Instl
$ 320 bil 8006627447
+11 Balance Idx + 1 26.02n +.05
+ 9 DevMkId r + 1 10.50n +.05
9 EmgMkSt r
0 25.10n +.26
+ 2 FTSEWlId r 1 91.04n +.52
+19 Index
+ 3 154.18n
+.22
+23 Index Ext Mkt + 5 56.31n +.23
+16 Index Gr
+ 3 42.30n +.00
+19 Index Plus + 3 154.18n
+.21
3 Index Tot Mkt 1 10.66n +.02
+22 Index Value + 3 27.66n +.08
7 InflaProtec 2 10.74n +.06
+19 LargeCapIdx + 3 160.05n
+.25
+21 MdCpIdx
+ 3 27.31n +.05
+11 REIT Idx r
+ 2 15.68n +.05
1 ShInvGrd I 1 10.67n +.00
+22 SmCapVal Idx + 5 21.29n +.10
+23 SmCpGrw Idx + 5 30.89n +.06
+23 SmCpIdx
+ 5 47.69n +.18
+22 StrcBrMkPls + 3 64.67n +.09
+19 StrcLgEqPls + 3 64.20n +.13
+20 Tot Stk Idx + 3 42.35n +.08
+20 Tot Stk Idx Pls + 3 38.37n +.08
+20 TotStkIdx + 3 38.36n +.07
+20 TxMd CpAp r + 3 42.25n +.06
+19 TxMd Gr&Inc r + 3 36.72n +.05
+24 TxMgSCI r + 6 38.63n +.17
Vanguard Signal
$ 92.0 bil 8006627447
+19 500 Index
+ 3 128.20n
+.18
+11 Bal Index
+ 1 25.74n +.05
9 EmgMkSt r
0 31.73n +.33
+23 ExtndMktIdx + 5 48.38n +.20
+16 Growth Idx + 3 39.17n +.00
4 IntBdSig
2 11.33n +.03
+19 Large Idx
+ 3 33.92n +.05
+21 MdCpIdx
+ 3 39.02n +.07
+11 Reit Idx r
+ 3 27.05n +.10
+23 SmCpIdx
+ 5 42.96n +.15
1 ST Bond Idx 0 10.51n +.01
3 TotBdMktIdx 1 10.66n +.02
+20 TotStMktIdx + 3 40.87n +.08
+22 Val Idx
+ 3 28.78n +.08
Vanguard Funds
$ 439 bil 8008514999
3 CAIntmTxEx 2 11.25n +.00
+27 Cap Opport r + 4 42.77n +.01
+28 Cap Value + 4 14.18n +.04
+12 Convert Secs r + 2 14.01n +.03
+21 Div Eq Inv + 3 27.83n +.04
+17 DivApprIdx + 2 27.70n +.04
+20 Dividend Gr + 2 19.74n +.03
+ 8 Energy r
0 63.62n .08
+20 Equity Inc + 3 28.65n +.07
+26 Explorer
+ 6 99.85n +.30
+23 ExplorerVal r + 5 30.19n +.11
+14 Global Eq
+ 2 21.26n +.05
3 GNMA
1 10.45n +.04
+20 Growth&Inc + 3 35.98n +.06
+26 Health Care r + 4 176.02n
+.03
+ 1 HiYld Corp r 1 5.97n +.01
4 HiYldTxEx 3 10.69n +.00
7 InflProtSec 2 13.43n +.07
3 IntInvGdInv 2 9.80n +.01
+12 Intl Explor r + 1 16.52n +.08
+ 6 Intl Growth r 0 20.33n +.11
+ 7 Intl Value r + 1 33.37n +.19
3 Intmd Tax Ex 2 13.76n +.00
3 Intmd Treas 2 11.32n +.03
+ 4 Life Consv Gr 0 17.53n +.04
+11 Life Growth + 2 25.66n +.07
+ 1 Life Income 0 14.21n +.02
+ 8 Life Mod Gr + 1 21.93n +.05
9 LT Treas
4 11.67n +.05
1 LtdTrm TxEx 1 11.00n +.00
7 LTInvGrdInv 3 9.88n +.05
33 Metals&Mine r 810.70
n +.01
+20 MidCapGr A + 4 24.54n +.03
+18 Morgan Gr + 4 23.55n +.01
+23 Primecap r + 3 85.52n +.13
+22 PrmcpCorInv r + 2 18.19n +.02
+23 Select Val r + 3 25.75n +.05
0 Sh Tm TxEx
0 15.84n +.00
1 ST Corp
1 10.67n +.00
1 ST Federal
0 10.69n +.01
0 ST Treas
0 10.68n +.00
+ 9 Star
+ 1 22.46n +.07
+24 Strategic Eq + 4 26.54n +.04
+24 StratSmInv + 5 27.00n +.08
+ 4 TargRet2010 0 25.19n +.05
+ 7 TargRet2015 + 1 14.27n +.03

2013
%
Chg Fund

4 Wk Net
% Asset NAV
Chg Value Chg

+ 8 TargRet2020 + 1 25.80n +.06


+10 TargRet2025 + 1 14.90n +.04
+11 TargRet2030 + 2 25.93n +.07
+12 TargRet2035 + 2 15.81n +.04
+13 TargRet2040 + 2 26.20n +.07
+13 TargRet2045 + 2 16.45n +.05
+ 2 TargRetInc
0 12.38n +.02
+17 US Growth + 4 24.94n .01
+23 US Value
+ 3 14.55n +.03
+12 Wellington + 1 37.46n +.08
+ 5 WellslyInc
0 25.02n +.06
+23 Windsor
+ 3 18.54n +.02
+20 WindsorII + 3 34.87n +.12
Victory Funds
$ 6.1 bil 8005393863
+21 DivrsStkA + 3 20.04 +.04
+13 Villere Bal + 1 24.01n .07
Virtus Funds A
$ 8.1 bil 8002431574
1 MulSecSh 1 4.84 +.00
Virtus Funds C
$ 2.1 bil 8002431574
1 MulSecSh 1 4.90n +.01
Virtus Funds I
$ 8.5 bil 8002431574
3 EmMktOp 1 9.96n +.07
Waddell&Rd Adv
$ 24.7 bil 8003665465
+ 8 AssetStr A + 2 10.64 +.03
3 Bond A
2 6.35 +.01
+17 Core Inv A + 3 7.37 +.00
+ 5 High Inc A
0 7.65 +.01
+16 New Cpt A + 4 11.53 +.01
+28 Sci & Tech A + 6 14.22 +.05
+24 Sm Cap A
+ 6 17.85 +.08
+15 Vanguard A + 3 9.99 +.00
Wasatch
$ 8.4 bil 8005511700
+18 1SrcIncEqty + 2 16.75n +.04
+19 Core Growth + 3 51.25n +.27
+14 Intl Growth + 3 26.93n +.12
+13 Lg/Sht
+ 1 15.69n .01
+20 SmallCapGr + 5 49.38n +.42
+20 WrldInnov + 3 22.15n +.07
Weitz Funds
$ 4.8 bil 8002324161
+17 Hickory
+ 4 53.79n +.14
+21 Partner Val + 3 30.00n +.09
+22 PtnIIIOppI + 3 15.35n +.05
0 ShrtIntIncI 1 12.47n +.01
+22 Value
+ 3 41.60n +.09
Wells Fargo Advtg
$ 21.8 bil 8002228222
+16 Adv Gr Inv + 5 46.21n .15
+25 DiscoverInv + 5 31.57n +.02
+24 SpcMdValInv + 4 30.17n +.08
0 STMuniBdInv 0 9.98n +.00
0 UltShMunA
0 4.82 +.00
Wells Fargo Advtg A
$ 13.0 bil 8002228222
+ 5 AssetAlloc
0 13.45 +.00
+20 DisUSCor
+ 3 16.12 +.04
+18 OmegaGrw + 4 47.95 .07
+16 PrmLgCoGr + 4 12.46 .05
Wells Fargo Advtg Ad
$ 12.5 bil 8002228222
+25 Discovery + 5 32.29n +.02
+26 EmGrw
+ 6 15.49n +.07
+16 Growth
+ 5 48.74n .15
Wells Fargo Advtg C
$ 3.7 bil 8002228222
+ 4 AssetAlloc
0 12.95n +.00
Wells Fargo Advtg Inst
$ 13.8 bil 8002228222
+17 Adv Gr
+ 5 50.19n .16
3 CoreBdInst 2 12.41n +.02
+26 EmGrw
+ 6 15.72n +.06
0 UltShMun
0 4.82n +.00
Westcore
$ 2.5 bil 8003922673
2 Plus Bond 1 10.82n +.03
Western Asset
$ 15.7 bil 6268449400
1 CorePlusFI 1 11.24n +.03
2 CorePlusI 1 11.25n +.03
2 CorePlusIS 1 11.24n +.03
Westwood
$ 519 mil 8004223554
+26 WestMighty + 6 23.15n +.18
William Blair I
$ 8.6 bil 8006352886
+ 7 InstIntlGr + 1 15.93n +.06
+ 7 Intl Growth + 1 24.53n +.08
+25 Sml Mid Gr + 4 18.24n +.04
William Blair N
$ 1.6 bil 8006352886
+ 7 Intl Growth + 1 23.95n +.09
Wilmington
$ 3.3 bil 8003369970
+19 LgCapStInst + 3 15.40n +.02
+19 MidCapGrI + 3 17.55n +.05
World Funds
$ 288 mil 8005279525
+16 RealEstVal + 3 16.33n +.06

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EXCHANGE TRADED FUNDS

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13% R Acc 52-wk


Chg S Dis High Fund
-40.4
-43.2
-37.5
-51.6
-51.4

3 B+
3B
3 A2C
2 B+

51.0
50.3
33.0
81.4
50.8

ProS Ultpro Shrt QQQ SQQQ


ProS Ultpro Sht SP500 SPXU
ProS Ultsht Russ 2000 TWM
DX Sc Bear 3X Shrs
TZA
ProS Ultp Shrt R 2000 SRTY

0.0
0.0
..
..
0.0

24.17
21.44
15.84
26.13
16.39

0.09 -59
0.23 -48
0.16 -42
0.38 -42
0.22 -54

Sector/Industry

350
300
250
200
150
100
50
03

04

05

06

07

08

09

10

11

12

13

3-Month Winners & Losers


TOP 10

BOTTOM 10
Rel Str 3-mth
Symbol Rtg % chg ETF

ETF
GH Solar
PS Wh Clean Enrgy
MV Glb Alt Engy
IP Crude Oil ETN
United States Oil LP
IS DJ US Broker Idx
PS S&P SC Hlth Care
Spdr S&P Biotech
Spdr KBW Regnl Bnk
Spdr KBW Bank
13% R Acc 52-wk
Chg S Dis High Fund

TAN
PBW
GEX
OIL
USO
IAI
PSCH
XBI
KRE
KBE

96
87
90
61
59
83
73
73
73
74

62.1
34.8
26.3
19.4
18.0
16.9
16.4
16.3
16.2
14.2

Div Close Vol% 13% R Acc 52-wk


Symbol Yld PriceChgChg Chg S Dis High Fund

For Tuesday, July 16, 2013. Ranked by Relative Strength

U.S. Stock/Broad Index


24.9 71 B+119.9
22.8 71 B- 96.4
22.5 70 B+ 47.0
22.2 69 E 103.7
22.3 69 B+103.4
22.5 69 B- 109.9
22.0 68 B+ 74.3
22.3 68 B 99.7
20.1 66 C 91.0
20.8 66 B+107.2
20.2 64 B- 64.5
19.4 64 D+122.4
19.0 64 C 21.4
19.1 64 C+223.2
20.3 64 B- 100.0
19.0 63 B- 82.5
19.8 62 B- 136.6
19.6 62 C+ 61.0
19.8 62 B+ 75.9
18.1 62 C+137.3
20.1 61 B 71.0
19.2 60 C+ 87.4
19.1 60 D 79.5
18.2 59 C 40.9
17.8 59 C 40.3
19.0 59 C 70.8
17.7 59 C+ 77.3
17.7 59 B- 77.4
17.7 58 D- 93.9
18.0 58 B- 100.4
17.7 58 C- 169.9

Rel Str 3-mth


Symbol Rtg % chg

IS MSCI All Peru Cp


MV Brazil Sc
IS MSCI Brazil
IS FTSE Nareit Mort
MV Jr Gold Mine
IP Nat Gas ETN
IS MSCI Turkey Inve
IS MSCI Chile Index
MV Coal
PS DB Silver

IS Russell 2000 Grwth IWO


IS S&P SmCp 600
IJR
Schwab US Small Cap SCHA
IS Russell 2000 Idx IWM
IS S&P SC 600 Grwth IJT
VG Small-Cp Growth VBK
VG Extd Market
VXF
VG Small-Cp
VB
IS Russell 2000 Val IWN
IS S&P MdCp 400 Val IJJ
GH S&P 500 Equl Wght RSP
IS S&P MdCp 400
IJH
PS Dyn SmCap Grwth PXSG
Spdr S&P Mid Cap 400 MDY
VG Mid-Cap
VO
VG Mid-Cap Growth VOT
IS Russell MdCp Indx IWR
IS Russell MdCp Val IWS
IS Russll MdCp Grwth IWP
IS S&P MC 400 Grwth IJK
VG Value
VTV
IS Russell 1000 Val
IWD
IS S&P 500 Value
IVE
Schwab US Broad Mkt SCHB
Schwab US Large Cap SCHX
Spdr S&P Dividend
SDY
VG Large-Cap
VV
VG S&P 500
VOO
IS Russell 1000 Idx
IWB
IS Russell 3000 Idx
IWV
IS S&P 500 Index
IVV

1.2 119.00-0.79 -14


1.3 95.91-0.40 1
1.6 46.71-0.21 5
1.7 103.06-0.52 -14
1.1 102.76-0.49 -36
0.8 109.07-0.64 48
1.3 73.84-0.43 14
1.5 98.97-0.59 21
2.2 90.67-0.17 -46
1.7 106.50-0.63 -32
1.5 64.11-0.32 -12
1.4 121.40-0.90 -23
0.4 21.34-0.11 -23
1.1 221.23-1.77 8
1.2 99.21-0.67 -31
0.6 81.63-0.56 -15
1.6 135.50-0.81 -13
1.9 60.11-0.37 -36
1.1 75.23-0.53 -21
1.0 135.10-0.95 -2
2.3 70.64-0.29 53
2.1 86.79-0.46 26
2.1 79.06-0.32 -39
1.9 40.66-0.18 -17
1.9 39.93-0.18 11
2.6 69.22-0.38 2
1.9 76.70-0.31 -14
2.0 76.73-0.29 -29
1.9 93.17-0.41 -51
1.8 99.89-0.41 80
1.9 168.44-0.71 -5

18.2 58 D 87.1
18.8 57 C 59.1
17.6 56 E 169.1
16.4 55 D+ 76.1
13.6 55 D- 12.0
15.8 55 E 70.0
15.0 55 B 83.2
16.0 54 D+ 76.9
16.3 54 E 89.1
15.7 54 E 75.5
18.2 54 E 155.1
16.7 52 E 67.6
13.2 43 C 18.3
8.2 39 B+ 25.2
-17.1 14 C- 36.8
-15.4 14 B- 27.4
-16.8 13 B- 37.3
-20.6 8 D 27.6

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EWZ
REM
GDXJ
GAZ
TUR
ECH
KOL
DBS

6
7
7
10
2
8
21
8
6
5

-20.9
-20.9
-19.4
-19.3
-19.3
-18.2
-17.7
-16.8
-16.0
-15.9

Div Close Vol%


Symbol Yld PriceChgChg

VG Total Stock Mkt


VTI
VG Hi Dividend Yld
VYM
Spdr S&P 500
SPY
IS S&P 100 Index
OEF
PS Listed Priv Eq
PSP
VG Div Appr
VIG
VG Growth
VUG
IS Russell 1000 Grwth IWF
IS S&P 500 Grwth
IVW
PS QQQ
QQQ
Spdr Dow Jones
DIA
IS DJ Select Divdnd DVY
Alerian MLP
AMLP
GH Multi-Asset
CVY
ProS Short Dow 30
DOG
ProS Short QQQ
PSQ
ProS Short S&P 500
SH
ProS Short Russ 2000 RWM

1.9 86.63-0.39 -35


2.8 58.67-0.21 -12
2.0 167.53-0.63 -41
2.0 75.30-0.21 -22
6.3 11.50 0.02 -56
2.1 69.00-0.26 -35
1.4 81.89-0.30 2
1.6 76.00-0.35 -33
1.7 88.07-0.27 -25
1.3 75.37-0.10 -15
2.2 154.30-0.34 -49
3.2 66.78-0.34 -51
5.7 18.06-0.22 -4
5.4 23.72-0.06 -34
.. 28.53 0.08 -70
.. 21.64 0.03 -54
.. 28.31 0.12 -25
.. 19.30 0.10 -51

Leveraged
77.9 96 E 58.0
79.1 96 E 65.1
61.7 91 D- 48.4
61.8 91 D- 73.1
49.5 90 D 68.9
51.9 88 E 79.1
41.3 86 D- 106.3
38.6 81 E 84.8
41.1 79 E 100.3
33.3 77 E 73.3
-31.4 6 A 54.9
-28.8 6 B 34.2
-30.9 6 B+ 65.2
-43.8 3 A- 22.5
-43.6 3 B 84.6

DX Sc Bull 3X Shrs
TNA
ProS Ultpro Russ 2000 URTY
DX LC Bull 3X Shrs SPXL
ProS Ultpro S&P 500 UPRO
ProS Ultra Russ 2000 UWM
ProS Ultpro QQQ
TQQQ
ProS Ultra Midcap 400 MVV
ProS Ultra S&P 500
SSO
ProS Ultra Dow 30
DDM
ProS Ultra QQQ
QLD
ProS Ultsht Dow 30 DXD
ProS Ultsht QQQ
QID
ProS Ultsht S&P 500 SDS
DX Bear 3X Shrs
SPXS
ProS Ultp Shrt Dow 30 SDOW

0.0 56.90-0.83 -19


0.0 63.97-0.78 -29
0.0 47.25-0.58 15
0.1 71.38-0.88 9
0.0 68.03-0.67 -66
0.0 78.66-0.31 -42
0.0 104.63-1.30 -11
0.4 83.66-0.71 -12
0.3 99.09-0.47 -61
0.3 73.08-0.19 -32
0.0 32.79 0.15 -55
.. 21.11 0.03 -52
0.0 37.38 0.29 -37
.. 9.51 0.11 -46
0.0 38.62 0.25 -66

77.7 96 B+ 27.9
46.2 90 B- 51.5
43.4 87 A- 5.9
35.0 83 B+ 32.3
39.3 79 B+194.6
25.2 77 A 49.1
28.2 76 D- 66.6
29.3 76 C 81.3
23.7 74 B+ 26.1
25.7 74 D- 30.5
25.7 73 B 28.9
28.2 73 A 45.7
24.2 73 D- 20.5
28.2 73 B- 57.4
27.0 73 B+ 36.5
34.7 73 B 120.6
24.9 71 B- 59.9
26.3 70 A- 87.0
22.2 69 D 39.4
28.5 69 A 25.8
24.4 68 B+ 19.7
27.0 68 B- 41.8
25.3 68 B- 55.1
23.1 68 B+ 75.2
22.4 68 C+ 42.0
14.9 66 D 32.7
18.6 65 B+ 25.9
18.0 64 C+ 24.7
18.9 64 B 42.0
17.4 63 B 30.4
12.8 63 B- 23.6
21.3 62 D+117.3
24.5 62 D- 50.4
17.1 62 B- 44.8
16.9 60 D- 28.3
16.5 59 B 61.0
10.0 58 B+ 51.8
15.7 57 D 77.2
14.6 57 B- 72.5
24.7 57 C+ 49.3
17.2 57 B- 33.2
11.4 57 C 23.6
8.6 55 C+ 26.2
15.9 54 D- 45.8
6.3 54 B- 30.9
12.3 53 B- 23.3
14.3 53 C- 119.6
12.9 53 C- 78.1
13.5 52 B- 47.6
13.9 52 E 84.0
12.2 51 D- 63.3
17.9 50 D+ 48.3
18.5 50 D+ 42.2
6.4 49 B- 28.5
11.5 49 B 46.1
9.6 47 B- 78.6
11.1 47 D+ 32.3
6.1 45 E 41.6
4.9 43 B- 41.8
0.5 39 B 74.0
4.4 39 D+ 41.9
11.9 39 D- 41.4
8.7 39 B- 78.9
7.1 37 C 18.7
8.1 37 C 86.6
0.5 36 C+ 56.5
6.6 35 D- 92.1
5.9 33 D- 76.2
-0.2 31 D 46.8
-7.5 25 C- 17.8
-11.2 17 D+ 25.0
-22.9 13 C 48.3
-24.3 11 C 57.7
-8.9 10 E 15.9
-30.9 8 C 32.2
-31.2 7 E 14.5
-28.4 6 E 26.4
-44.2 4 D+ 25.8
-44.7 3 D+ 55.3
-50.5 2 D+102.7

GH Solar
TAN 5.1 27.80 0.24 136
MV Glb Alt Engy
GEX 1.3 48.41-1.12 -11
PS Wh Clean Enrgy PBW 1.4 5.85-0.05 23
IS DJ US Broker Idx
IAI 1.9 31.90-0.35 -42
IS Nasdaq Biotech
IBB 0.3 191.09-1.97 4
FrstTr DJ Internet
FDN .. 48.79-0.20 -4
IS Phlx Sox Smcdct SOXX 1.1 66.73 0.26 -76
Spdr S&P Retail
XRT 1.3 80.66-0.56 -3
PS Aero & Defense
PPA 1.7 25.91-0.21 -47
Spdr KBW Bank
KBE 1.8 29.95-0.33 -61
FrstTr CnsmrDisc Alph FXD 1.3 28.40-0.25 -3
PS S&P SC Hlth Care PSCH 0.3 45.32-0.28 -12
Spdr Financial
XLF 1.5 20.36-0.08 -36
Spdr KBW Insurance KIE 1.9 56.41-0.32 -52
Spdr KBW Regnl Bnk KRE 1.7 35.52-0.37 70
Spdr S&P Biotech
XBI 0.2 118.42-2.01 -15
Spdr Cnsmr Discrtnry XLY 1.4 59.25-0.32 -24
IS DJ US Hlth Prvdr
IHF 0.6 86.48-0.23 85
HT Semiconductors SMH 0.0 39.50 0.24 -50
PS Dyn Food & Bev
PBJ 1.3 25.59-0.15 -33
FrstTr Financial Alpha FXO 2.2 19.50-0.13 -18
FrstTr Health Cre Alph FXH 0.4 41.36-0.28 199
HT Retail
RTH 1.5 54.94-0.12 176
IS DJ US Finl Indx
IYF 1.4 74.72-0.36 -42
VG Financials
VFH 1.9 41.73-0.17 -27
Spdr S&P Homebldrs XHB 0.5 30.57-0.28 -10
FrstTr Tech Alphdx
FXL 0.7 25.72-0.14 -6
PS Dyn Oil/Gas Srvc PXJ 0.2 24.00-0.17 -80
Spdr S&P O&G Equip XES 0.7 41.16-0.35 -52
FrstTr Ndq100 Tech QTEC 1.0 30.36 0.00 -37
GH Timber
CUT 1.1 23.05 0.10 -67
IS DJ Transprtn Idx
IYT 1.0 114.46-0.87 28
Spdr Health Care
XLV 1.7 49.64-0.29 -31
Spdr Industrial
XLI 2.1 44.37-0.24 -47
IS DJ US Telecom
IYZ 2.6 28.36 0.14 -18
IS DJ US Oil&Equpmt IEZ 0.6 59.41-0.50 -40
HT Regional Bank
RKH 4.3 50.30-0.24 -90
IS DJ US Oil&Explr
IEO 0.9 73.50-0.57 -14
IS S&P NAm Software IGV 0.2 72.26-0.20 -90
JPMorgan Alerian ETN AMJ 4.3 47.95-0.61 -15
PS DWA Tech Leadrs PDP 0.7 32.71-0.28 -16
PS Water Resource PHO 0.6 23.11-0.22 -28
IS DJ US Home Const ITB 0.4 22.97-0.14 94
HT Oil Service
OIH 0.0 44.76-0.41 -37
IS S&P NAm Network IGN 2.3 29.90-0.16 -62
FrstTr Energy Alphdx FXN 1.4 22.29-0.20 28
VG Energy
VDE 1.7 116.88-0.63 -24
VG Info Tech
VGT 1.1 78.01 0.01 24
IS DJ US Energy Idx
IYE 1.6 46.36-0.25 -52
Spdr Energy
XLE 1.8 81.34-0.50 -46
Spdr S&P O&G Expl XOP 1.3 60.66-0.16 -20
HT Pharmaceutical PPH 5.7 46.86-0.40 122
Spdr Consmr Stpls
XLP 2.6 41.34-0.15 -26
FrstTr Materl Alphdx FXZ 2.9 27.46-0.19 -59
MV Urn/Nuc Enrg
NLR 4.1 46.03 0.53 36
IS DJ US Tech Indx
IYW 1.1 77.51 0.02 -19
Spdr Technology
XLK 1.8 32.05 0.03 -47
Spdr Materials
XLB 2.5 39.83-0.30 -8
IS S&P NAm Nat Res IGE 1.7 40.03-0.09 0
IS DJ US Basic Mtrl
IYM 2.3 69.64-0.57 -55
IS S&P Glb Energy
IXC 2.5 39.92-0.08 -56
Spdr Utilities
XLU 3.8 39.06-0.21 -28
VG Reit
VNQ 3.5 71.51 0.05 -29
FrstTr ISE Rev NatGas FCG 0.4 16.80 0.06 -74
Spdr DJ Wil REIT
RWR 2.9 78.91-0.01 -30
MV Agribusiness
MOO 1.8 53.02-0.50 -40
IS Cohen&Steers
ICF 2.9 83.69-0.01 -43
IS DJ US Real Est
IYR 3.6 68.50-0.11 -58
Spdr DJ Wil Intl RE RWX 6.5 41.28-0.11 -49
GH Canadian Ergy
ENY 3.2 14.35 0.01 14
GX Uranium
URA 6.4 17.35 0.10 -56
Spdr S&P Metal&Mng XME 1.8 34.79 0.25 -43
REMX 2.3 39.83-0.13 -22
MV Rare Earth
IS FTSE Nareit Mort REM14.6 12.45-0.09 -60
FrstTr ISE Glb Coppr
CU 3.7 20.95 0.33 -90
GX Copper Miners COPX 4.7 8.95 0.07 -54
MV Coal
KOL 2.3 18.01-0.02 70
GX Silver Miners
SIL 1.6 12.63 0.52 -32
MV Gold Miners
GDX 1.8 25.65 1.36 33
MV Jr Gold Mine
GDXJ 7.7 39.18 1.56 10

Leveraged
100.4 97 D 53.9
81.2 96 E 73.8
50.3 90 B 103.2
44.2 85 D- 77.0
46.9 85 B- 45.2
34.3 77 D+ 66.8
28.0 73 C- 61.7
28.3 53 B- 66.9
0.9 45 B- 41.5
14.2 39 B- 96.9
-18.4 18 C 28.3
-8.4 14 B- 73.4
-32.6 8 C+ 26.3
-27.5 6 B- 103.0

WEDNESDAY, JULY 17, 2013

Div Close Vol% 13% R Acc 52-wk


Symbol Yld PriceChgChg Chg S Dis High Fund

DX Semicon Bull 3X
DX Finl Bull 3X
ProS Ultra Financials
DX Energy Bull 3X
ProS Ultra Semicndctr
DX Tech Bull 3X
ProS Ultra Oil & Gas
DX Rel Est Bull 3X
ProS Ultra Basic Mtrl
ProS Ultra Real Est
ProS Ultsht Real Est
ProS Ultsht Basic Mat
DX Rel Est Bear 3X
ProS Ultsht Oil & Gas

SOXL
FAS
UYG
ERX
USD
TECL
DIG
DRN
UYM
URE
SRS
SMN
DRV
DUG

-33.2
-40.2
-37.3
-51.5
-88.1
-59.4

Div Close Vol% 13% R Acc 52-wk


Symbol Yld PriceChgChg Chg S Dis High Fund

5 B+
3 B+
3B
2 B+
1E
1 B-

58.0
67.5
46.1
99.2
97.0
52.3

DX Tech Bear 3X
DX Energy Bear 3X
ProS Ultsht Financial
DX Finl Bear 3X
DX Gld Mnr Bull 2X
DX Semicon Bear 3X

TECS
ERY
SKF
FAZ
NUGT
SOXS

30.7 80 E
21.7 66 C8.7 58 B11.4 57 C13.3 53 D
4.5 52 B11.4 52 D9.6 51 C
3.3 50 B3.2 49 B
10.1 49 D10.0 49 B6.7 48 D8.5 47 E
5.8 47 C1.4 47 C+
5.8 47 C
7.1 47 B
3.7 45 B
7.2 45 B6.0 45 C
3.6 45 C
2.7 44 C+
3.5 41 C1.7 39 B
4.0 39 C+
1.1 39 C
-4.7 37 E
5.3 36 D+
7.9 36 D
-6.8 35 D
-5.7 35 D-6.5 34 C-3.0 33 E
-2.1 32 E
-11.7 32 D
-0.2 32 D-3.3 31 B-6.8 30 D+
-2.6 30 A-9.8 29 E
-4.1 28 C
-10.0 28 C+
-3.3 27 D-4.8 26 D
-5.3 26 D+
0.4 25 D
-5.6 25 B-8.9 25 D+
-11.3 25 C
-10.6 25 B-13.5 24 C+
-5.9 23 D
-10.9 23 D-0.7 23 D-10.7 23 B
-7.0 22 D+
-16.5 22 B-12.7 22 D+
-6.7 22 E
-16.9 21 D
-11.0 21 D-11.8 21 B+
-14.5 19 E
-12.9 19 E
-13.3 19 B-13.0 18 D+
-10.6 18 E
-17.6 10 C
-18.6 8 B
-22.6 7 D-26.6 7 D
-28.6 6 D+

54.0
12.4
22.4
23.0
53.0
26.9
31.2
46.6
25.8
14.4
73.3
62.8
34.4
54.5
64.1
36.1
30.0
31.9
43.2
17.8
39.7
53.3
15.1
19.6
45.7
16.9
49.5
25.7
23.6
32.6
18.9
33.0
15.6
21.0
36.4
30.0
21.6
29.6
61.9
50.4
14.6
96.1
31.4
14.7
51.7
53.4
36.5
19.7
26.9
45.4
31.1
65.0
28.1
45.3
33.4
45.5
76.8
71.7
25.3
53.6
42.0
77.4
59.6
42.3
58.1
20.5
37.3
27.9
46.0
68.0
58.1
44.2
48.0

WT Jpn Total Div


DXJ
IS MSCI Japan
EWJ
IS MSCI Netherlands EWN
PS DWA Dev Mkt Tch PIZ
WT Jpn Smlcp Div
DFJ
IS MSCI Germany
EWG
IS MSCI Switzerland EWL
IS MSCI Eafe Sml Cp SCZ
IS MSCI France
EWQ
IS MSCI Taiwan
EWT
IS S&P Glb 100 Indx
IOO
VG MSCI Pacifc
VPL
IS MSCI Sweden
EWD
IS MSCI ACWI
ACWI
IS MSCI Eafe Idx
EFA
IS MSCI Emu Indx
EZU
Schwab Intl Equity SCHF
Spdr S&P Intl Sm Cap GWX
IS S&P Europe 350
IEV
PS Intl Div Achvr
PID
VG MSCI Eafe
VEA
VG MSCI Europn
VGK
IS MSCI Belgium
EWK
IS MSCI Untd Kingdm EWU
IS MSCI ACWI Ex US ACWX
IS MSCI Malaysia
EWM
VG Fts Wrd X-US
VEU
GH China Sm Cap
HAO
MV Vietnam
VNM
ProS Short MSCI Emrg EUM
IS MSCI Austria
EWO
IS MSCI Spain
EWP
GX China Consumer CHIQ
IS MSCI Hong Kong EWH
IS DJ Intl Selct Divnd IDV
IS MSCI Poland
EPOL
PS DWA EmgMkt Tech PIE
IS MSCI Canada
EWC
IS MSCI Asia Ex Jpn AAXJ
Spdr S&P Emg Mkts SC EWX
IS MSCI Italy
EWI
IS MSCI Thailand In THD
MV Russia
RSX
IS MSCI Singapore
EWS
IS MSCI Pac Ex-Japn EPP
WT Emg Mk Sm Cap DGS
IS MSCI Indonesia
EIDO
PS India
PIN
Schwab Emerg Mkt SCHE
Spdr S&P Emg Europe GUR
Spdr S&P Russia
RBL
IS MSCI South Korea EWY
IS MSCI Australia
EWA
IS MSCI Emrg Mkts EEM
MV Indonesia
IDX
VG MSCI Em Mkt
VWO
IS MSCI Mexico
EWW
IS MSCI So Africa
EZA
Spdr S&P BRIC 40
BIK
WT Asia Local Debt ALD
IS Ftse China 25
FXI
IS MSCI Turkey Inve TUR
MV Egypt Index
EGPT
IS MSCI Bric Idx
BKF
WT Emg Mk Hi Yld
DEM
WT India Earn
EPI
GH BRIC
EEB
MV Emrg Mkts Bnd EMLC
IS S&P Latin Am 40
ILF
IS MSCI Chile Index ECH
IS MSCI Brazil
EWZ
MV Brazil Sc
BRF
IS MSCI All Peru Cp EPU

24.2 36 B15.4 36 C+
20.4 34 B
-31.2 10 C
-39.1 3 B-

30.1
31.8
84.0
38.8
38.5

ProS Ultsht FTChna 25


ProS Ultsht MSCIEmrg
DX Emg Mkt Bear 3X
DX Emg Mkt Bull 3X
ProS Ultsht MSCI Jpn

..
..
..
..
..
..

31.28-0.08 -56
28.03 0.57 -28
21.03 0.20 -47
29.30 0.37 -47
6.51 0.93 60
13.40-0.13 -26

1.0
1.2
1.5
0.9
2.1
1.7
2.0
3.0
2.8
1.9
2.5
3.8
3.2
2.1
2.9
2.7
2.5
2.3
2.7
2.1
4.7
5.2
2.7
2.7
2.6
2.3
4.5
1.4
1.9
..
1.9
4.3
1.2
2.9
5.3
3.3
0.4
2.5
1.9
2.3
2.5
2.4
2.7
4.4
4.5
3.8
1.5
1.2
2.3
4.2
4.7
0.7
6.0
1.9
1.8
3.8
1.0
3.0
3.2
2.4
2.7
1.9
8.3
2.5
4.1
1.0
3.0
4.6
3.1
1.4
3.1
0.0
3.9

48.22-0.75 -54
11.87-0.10 -48
22.30 0.03 205
22.43 0.01 -48
49.51-0.41 -51
25.81 0.10 -51
29.85 0.00 -73
44.61-0.07 -38
24.38 0.02 -34
14.06 0.06 6
70.40-0.18 -39
58.74-0.14 -34
32.22 0.38 -67
52.15-0.12 -4
60.14-0.04 -45
33.93 0.06 149
28.69-0.03 -63
30.48-0.04 -71
40.76 0.05 -38
16.97-0.06 -22
37.36-0.05 -36
50.58 0.03 -51
14.22 0.01 -93
18.56-0.02 -58
42.61 0.00 74
15.73 0.00 16
46.26-0.03 -15
22.87 0.09 -68
18.95-0.01 -65
28.80-0.10 -73
16.95-0.01 -86
28.54 0.05 -88
13.90 0.17 -74
18.83 0.01 -64
32.95 0.19 -16
26.14 0.40 -18
18.55 0.09 -74
27.45 0.08 -30
56.39 0.09 -51
45.44 0.31 -68
12.13 0.00 -83
79.13 0.07 -62
26.90 0.24 -44
13.24-0.06 -34
44.87 0.32 -69
46.82 0.14 -1
30.39 0.02 -54
17.33 0.12 -13
24.03 0.04 -61
39.00 0.43 -95
26.02 0.27 18
54.81-0.14 -34
23.65 0.32 -59
39.50 0.16 -22
28.45-0.10 -70
39.78 0.07 -49
65.58-0.58 20
59.80 0.07 -16
21.29 0.06 -62
49.03 0.28 -74
33.62 0.07 -52
59.41 0.58 -64
44.98 0.15 -6
34.91 0.00 -35
49.80 0.18 -20
16.79 0.00 1
31.35-0.06 40
24.53 0.11 -6
36.14-0.30 -59
51.47 0.26 -48
43.29-0.19 3
31.30-0.12 -56
32.76 0.29 -20

Global

Leveraged

.. 53.90 0.44 -13


0.0 72.41-0.89 -35
0.4 101.91-0.91 -51
.. 69.92-1.39 -37
0.6 44.45 0.54 -75
.. 65.43 0.26 -13
0.4 58.54-0.74 -42
0.0 49.72-0.04 -29
0.8 37.00-0.55 -33
0.7 78.90-0.22 -56
.. 19.79 0.03 -17
0.0 49.23 0.79 -48
.. 13.96 0.03 -15
0.0 60.99 0.69 -8

FXP
EEV
EDZ
EDC
EWV

..
..
..
0.0
..

PS Hi Yld Eq Div
ProS Short 20+ Yr Trs
Spdr Brcly Conv Sec
IS Brcly Shrt Trsy
Pimco Enhn ShrtMat
PS Senior Loan
IS Brcly 1-3 Yr Cr
IS Brcly 1-3 Yr Trsy

PEY
TBF
CWB
SHV
MINT
BKLN
CSJ
SHY

31 A- 25.0
31 C+ 45.8
30 C+ 54.5
30 D- 42.0
30 D 80.8
29 C 96.3
29 E 19.8
29 D- 24.6
29 C 81.5
28 D- 124.3
28 E 41.1
26 E 112.7
26 E 112.1
26 C+109.5
26 E 18.9
26 C 85.4
25 D- 15.1
25 C- 61.9
23 E 109.9
23 D- 123.2
23 C- 114.5
22 D- 64.0
22 E 25.0
22 C- 90.7
21 E 123.4
21 D- 31.1
20 D+ 54.2
19 E 124.4
19 D 26.4
18 E 31.6
15 D 132.2

PS VRDO Tax-Free
PVI
Spdr Brcly 1-3 Mo Tbill BIL
Pimco 1-5Yr US TIPS STPZ
Spdr Brcly HiYld Bnd JNK
VG St Corp Bond
VCSH
IS Iboxx Hi Yd C Bd
HYG
PS High Yld Corp
PHB
Spdr Nuv Brcly ST Bn SHM
VG Short-Term Bond BSV
IS Brcly 3-7 Yr Trsy
IEI
IS S&P US Pfd Stk
PFF
IS Brcly Agg Bd Fd
AGG
IS Brcly Intmd CrpBnd CIU
IS Brcly MBS Fixed MBB
PS Financial Prfd
PGF
VG Total Bond Mkt
BND
PS Preferred
PGX
Spdr Brcly Intl Trs Bnd BWX
IS Brcly 7-10 Yr Trs
IEF
IS Iboxx $ Invgrdcp LQD
IS S&P Natl Muni
MUB
Spdr DBIntlGvt Inf-Pro WIP
Spdr Nv Brcly Muni
TFI
VG Intrmed-Term Bd BIV
IS Brcly TIPS
TIP
PS Build America
BAB
WT Emg Mkt Loc Debt ELD
IS JPM USD Emg Mkts EMB
PS Insrd Natl Muni
PZA
PS Emrg Mkt Sovgn PCY
IS Brcly 20+ Yr Trsy
TLT

0.0 24.98 0.00 3


0.0 45.79 0.00 -69
0.9 53.21 0.14 -69
6.4 40.20-0.10 -41
2.0 79.39-0.08 -28
6.4 92.72-0.23 -47
4.8 18.96-0.10 -81
1.1 24.07 0.00 -48
1.3 80.26 0.03 49
0.6 120.86 0.03 -77
5.7 38.99-0.10 -34
2.4 107.21 0.17 -52
3.0 107.93 0.12 -65
1.2 104.72 0.07 -56
6.4 17.73-0.01 -53
2.5 80.93 0.12 28
6.5 14.18-0.02 -53
2.1 57.21 0.58 -45
1.7 102.22 0.05 -33
3.9 114.43-0.17 -45
2.9 104.90 0.08 -15
3.7 58.67 0.68 -72
2.8 22.76 0.15 -9
3.1 83.58 0.11 63
1.4 112.71 0.45 -47
5.1 28.04 0.04 -69
4.4 48.16 0.04 -58
4.5 110.08 0.79 -61
4.2 23.55 0.03 -46
4.8 27.63 0.26 -47
2.9 108.66 0.37 -65

Leveraged
23.1 80 B+
16.8 70 B7.0 49 A
-28.1 4 D-

71.6
77.6
30.6
92.5

DX 20+ Treas Bear 3X TMV .. 66.77-0.69 -52


ProS Ultsht 20+ Yr
TBT 0.0 74.12-0.50 -54
ProS Ultsht 7-10 Yr
PST .. 29.52-0.05 -55
DX 20+ Treas Bull 3X TMF 0.5 51.61 0.50 -63

Commodity/Currency
41.6 78 D- 25.7
25.8 66 C 16.1
13.6 61 A- 24.9
12.3 59 B+ 37.8
4.0 57 B- 77.2
7.1 57 B 65.9
5.1 47 D+ 28.0
10.0 45 D 60.5
3.1 41 B- 30.0
0.2 37 C+ 35.5
-0.4 36 B- 136.0
2.0 36 D- 26.2
2.4 34 C- 23.1
-2.7 31 D+109.0
-4.7 31 A- 62.5
-3.5 29 B- 27.6
-2.1 28 D 28.1
-5.3 27 B 63.6
-4.2 26 E 103.0
-6.0 26 C 29.9
-3.9 26 E 21.4
-8.5 21 C- 31.6
-8.4 21 C 45.5
3.1 21 D+ 24.1
-6.8 19 D- 64.9
-10.2 19 D- 30.9
-14.3 19 D+ 20.4
-7.5 18 E 67.2
-11.1 17 E 106.3
-12.6 17 B 127.4
-15.2 17 B- 48.8
-13.0 14 B- 52.7
-22.9 11 E 177.4
-13.3 11 D+ 65.5
-22.9 11 D- 17.5
-22.9 11 D 174.1
-24.7 9 B- 44.3
-24.3 9 E 15.4
-7.8 8 E 3.6
-26.2 8 C+ 62.5
-34.1 5 D- 34.9
-34.2 5 D- 34.1
-36.0 5 C 60.8
-33.9 5 D- 14.5
-45.3 3 B+ 60.4
-44.8 3 B 160.6

21.83-0.05 -19
24.44-0.12 -45
94.1 95 B+116.3
54.32-0.36 -45
55.3 87 B 8.1
25.05 0.24 -23
53.0 85 A- 115.0
17.68 0.28 -80
22.6 78 B- 37.1
25.4 77 C- 70.8
3.8 11.16-0.03 -34 -1.2 26 D+ 23.0
.. 31.81-0.12 -57 -25.1 7 D- 14.9
3.7 43.81-0.15 -21 -25.2 5 E 47.5
0.0 110.24 0.01 -72 -26.7 5 E 52.0
0.9 101.29-0.02 18 -42.8 4 D- 99.2
4.6 24.83-0.02 -60 -43.2 4 E 60.3
1.4 104.82-0.07 30 -59.8 2 E 60.6
0.3 84.33 0.01 -35 -75.8 1 C 44.0

Bond/Income
18.6 55 B+ 11.2
8.3 51 B- 32.6
8.7 49 B- 44.9
0.0 34 E 110.3
-0.2 32 A+101.7
-0.6 32 B+ 25.3
-0.6 31 C 105.9
-0.1 31 D- 84.5

0.0
0.0
-1.6
-1.3
-1.2
-0.7
-1.5
-1.0
-0.9
-1.9
-1.6
-3.5
-3.0
-3.0
-3.0
-3.7
-3.4
-6.2
-4.9
-5.4
-5.2
-7.7
-6.1
-5.3
-7.2
-7.3
-9.9
-10.4
-8.5
-12.1
-10.3

VS Invrs VIX ShrtTrm XIV


PS DB Gold Shrt ETN DGZ
IP Crude Oil ETN
OIL
United States Oil LP USO
ETFS Palladium Trust PALL
United States Gas LP UGA
PS DB Oil
DBO
IP DJ-UBS Cotton ETN BAL
PS DB Energy Fund DBE
IS S&P GSCI Cmd ETN GSG
Currencyshrs Euro
FXE
WT Drf Chn Yuan
CYB
PS DB US$ Bullish
UUP
Currencyshrs SwFranc FXF
IP India ETN
INP
PS DB US$ Bearish
UDN
PS DB G10 Currncy
DBV
US Commodity Index USCI
Currencyshrs Can Dlr FXC
PS DB Commdty Idx DBC
WT Drf Emg Curr
CEW
Grnhvn Contin Cmd GCC
IP DJ-UBS Cmdty ETN DJP
United States NatGas UNG
IP Grain ETN
JJG
PS DB Agriculture
DBA
PS DB Base Metals DBB
IP Agri ETN
JJA
Currencyshrs Aus Dlr FXA
Currencyshrs Jpn Yen FXY
IP Coppr ETN
JJC
Teucrium Cmd Corn CORN
ETFS Gold Trust
SGOL
IP Softs ETN
JJS
IS Gold Trust
IAU
Spdr Gold Trust
GLD
IP VIX M ETN
VXZ
Sprott Physical Gold PHYS
IP Nat Gas ETN
GAZ
PS DB Prec Metals
DBP
ETFS Silver Trust
SIVR
IS Silver Trust
SLV
PS DB Silver
DBS
Sprott Physical Silvr PSLV
IP VIX S ETN
VXX
ProS VIX ST Futures VIXY

.. 23.49-0.68 -36
.. 14.86-0.10 25
.. 24.76-0.15 -10
.. 37.48-0.19 -46
.. 71.96 0.24 -82
.. 62.60 0.40 0
.. 27.27-0.02 -72
.. 54.03-0.38 -56
.. 28.81-0.07 -77
.. 32.84 0.00 -54
.. 130.41 0.97 -53
0.0 26.04 0.03 -59
.. 22.33-0.16 -48
.. 104.54 1.01 -45
.. 56.57 0.07 130
.. 26.26 0.19 -83
.. 25.60 0.11 -69
.. 55.54 0.39 -71
0.1 95.89 0.40 -34
.. 26.12 0.03 -39
.. 20.26 0.07 -83
.. 26.39 0.11 -9
.. 37.87 0.16 -9
0.0 19.48 0.04 -17
.. 49.34 0.67 -48
.. 25.09 0.20 -54
.. 16.53 0.02 -63
.. 50.99 0.47 -52
2.6 92.63 1.46 -31
.. 98.83 0.71 -76
.. 39.02 0.31 -34
.. 38.55 0.40 -62
.. 127.33 0.77 -83
.. 45.96-0.04 -80
.. 12.55 0.08 -56
.. 124.89 0.71 -55
.. 21.04 0.54 20
.. 10.76 0.06 -54
.. 2.48 0.01 -46
.. 42.12 0.18 -42
.. 19.80 0.05 -69
.. 19.33 0.05 -52
.. 33.49-0.02 -82
.. 7.96 0.04 -37
0.0 17.41 0.44 -24
0.0 46.92 1.28 -21

Leveraged
ProS Ultsht Silver
PS DB Gold DS ETN
ProS Ultsht Gold
ProS Ultra Crude Oil
ProS Ultsht Yen
ProS Ultsht Euro
PS DB Agri DL ETN
ProS Ultsht Crude Oil
PS DB Oil DS ETN
ProS Ultra Gold
PS DB Gold DL ETN
ProS Ultra Silver
VS 2X VIX ShrtTrm ETN

ZSL
DZZ
GLL
UCO
YCS
EUO
DAG
SCO
DTO
UGL
DGP
AGQ
TVIX

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30.23 0.31 23
32.75 0.45 -5
48.78 0.59 -66
29.53 0.32 -65
17.72 0.13 -38
2.26 0.10 -26

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A10

WEDNESDAY, JULY 17, 2013

Contract
High Low

Open
Interest Open High Low Settle Chg.

FUTURES

INVESTORS.COM
Contract
High Low

For Tuesday, July 16, 2013

Grains
WHEAT (CBOT) 5,000 bu minimum cents per bushel
905.75 652.25 Sep 13 196,814 671.25 681.50 665.50
913.00 666.25 Dec 13 138,431 684.25 694.00 678.50
912.25 679.00 Mar 14 31,877 697.50 705.50 690.50
898.00 687.00 May 14 4,699 705.50 710.25 697.50
857.75 687.00 Jul 14 22,652 700.00 709.00 696.75
865.00 701.00 Dec 14 9,464 715.50 720.25 713.25
857.50 709.00 Mar 15 418 719.50 720.50 719.50
Est. Vol. 105,423 Vol. 68,642 open int 404,956 +3,850

669.50
682.50
694.50
701.25
700.50
715.25
720.50

...
+0.25
+0.25
0.50
+0.25
+1.00
+1.00

CORN (CBOT) 5,000 bu minimum cents per bushel


699.00 504.00 Sep 13 355,278 540.00 549.75 539.00 545.25
665.00 398.25 Dec 13 540,842 508.00 518.50 506.00 510.75
670.00 502.25 Mar 14 79,868 520.00 530.25 518.00 523.00
676.50 510.00 May 14 21,817 528.00 538.00 526.00 530.75
676.00 424.00 Jul 14 40,630 534.00 544.00 532.50 537.00
625.00 505.00 Sep 14 7,316 535.00 539.50 532.00 534.25
616.50 499.00 Dec 14 64,311 530.00 540.00 530.00 532.50
606.00 528.25 Mar 15 1,447 540.00 546.00 539.50 540.25
624.75 522.00 Jul 15
546 549.25 549.25 545.00 545.00
600.00 503.25 Dec 15 3,302 509.25 515.25 506.50 507.50
600.00 514.75 Jul 16
371 514.75 515.25 514.75 515.25
Est. Vol. 204,220 Vol. 153,666 open int 1,116,001 +1,287

+9.00
+7.25
+7.25
+7.25
+7.25
+6.00
+4.50
+4.50
+4.25
+0.50
+0.50

Contract
High Low

Open
Contract
Interest Open High Low Settle Chg. High Low

1814.2 1182.6 Oct 13 25,796 1283.0 1295.0 1277.0


1944.4 1182.6 Dec 13 155,497 1284.0 1296.4 1278.0
1811.3 1187.9 Feb 14 22,258 1279.4 1295.3 1279.3
1813.7 1194.4 Apr 14 16,314 1292.1 1294.1 1292.1
1936.0 1159.4 Jun 14 11,856 1288.3 1296.2 1283.2
1818.9 1197.8 Aug 14 1,586 1290.0 1296.5 1290.0
1951.8 1183.9 Dec 14 12,205 1302.2 1302.2 1299.4
1995.2 1213.0 Dec 15 15,243 1310.0 1312.2 1306.5
Est. Vol. 160,345 Vol. 144,688 open int 435,406 +1,711

1291.2
1292.0
1293.0
1294.1
1295.3
1296.5
1299.4
1312.2

353.00
341.00
349.25
348.50

354.25
343.25
349.25
349.75

+1.00
+1.50
+1.00
+1.25

1822.6 1178.6 Aug 13 2,205 1283.4 1294.8


1814.2 1181.3 Oct 13
104 1281.8 1293.0
344 1283.2 1296.0
1813.7 1204.0 Apr 14
6 1294.9 1294.9
1959.7 1050.0 Dec 14
7 1300.4 1300.4
Est. Vol. 2,562 Vol. 2,007 open int 2,694 +6

1290.6
1291.7
1293.0
1294.9
1300.4

S&P

MINI

Open
Interest Open High Low Settle Chg.
INDEX

(CME)

50

index

1680.3 1280.5 Sep 13 2,735,765 1677.8 1679.5 1666.5 1671.2


1673.8 1319.3 Dec 13 23,392 1664.8 1673.0 1660.3 1664.8
1666.3 1357.5 Mar 14 2,013 1658.5 1666.0 1654.0 1658.4
Est. Vol. 584,208 Vol. 912,965 open int 2,761,390 +8,731

S&P

MIDCAP

400

(CME)

500

6.30
6.20
6.20

index

1225.0 887.50 Sep 13 1,221 1221.0 1221.0 1213.0 1215.7


Est. Vol. 821 Vol. open int 1,221 na

8.50

DJ INDUSTRIALS (CBOT) $10 x Dow Jones Industrial Average


MINI GOLD (CBOT) 33.2 troy oz. dollars per troy oz. 15440 12290 Sep 13 8,653 15416 15428 15355 15391 25.0

OATS (CBOT) 5,000 bu minimum cents per bushel 1949.8 1181.1 Dec 13
469.25 35.50 Sep 13 1,877 355.50 358.00
421.25 304.25 Dec 13 6,169 343.25 348.75
448.00 331.00 Mar 14 266 349.50 349.50
448.00 331.00 May 14
1 348.50 349.75
Est. Vol. 1,011 Vol. 337 open int 8,315 57

+6.70
+6.60
+6.50
+6.40
+6.40
+6.30
+6.20
+5.70

1275.0
1277.4
1279.7
1294.9
1300.4

+13.4
+13.4
+13.4
+13.4
+13.4

15338 12568 Dec 13


2 15338 15338 15312 15312
15243 14131 Mar 14
na 15243 15243 15217 15217
15174 14347 Jun 14
na 15174 15174 15148 15148
Est. Vol. 91 Vol. 57 open int 8,655 +15

MINI

DOW

JONES

(CBOT)

$5

Open
Interest Open High Low Settle Chg.

99.63 89.90 Sep 14 697,846 99.44 99.47 99.43 99.47


99.59 88.35 Dec 14 710,749 99.33 99.37 99.32 99.37
99.54 94.77 Mar 15 533,655 99.19 99.24 99.18 99.23
99.47 94.68 Jun 15 698,426 99.02 99.06 99.00 99.06
99.39 94.59 Sep 15 508,413 98.80 98.84 98.78 98.83
99.29 94.50 Dec 15 534,048 98.56 98.59 98.53 98.58
99.17 94.45 Mar 16 362,574 98.30 98.33 98.28 98.32
99.03 94.39 Jun 16 265,289 98.05 98.08 98.02 98.06
98.89 94.33 Sep 16 239,764 97.78 97.82 97.77 97.80
98.74 94.27 Dec 16 160,069 97.55 97.58 97.53 97.55
98.59 94.22 Mar 17 212,564 97.34 97.34 97.31 97.32
98.43 94.20 Jun 17 157,002 97.09 97.14 97.08 97.09
98.29 94.17 Sep 17 103,312 96.92 96.92 96.89 96.89
98.14 94.11 Dec 17 109,745 96.69 96.75 96.67 96.69
98.02 70.00 Mar 18 75,335 96.51 96.58 96.50 96.52
97.90 94.07 Jun 18 58,748 96.36 96.42 96.34 96.36
97.78 94.03 Sep 18 12,621 96.20 96.22 96.20 96.22
97.67 93.98 Dec 18 13,091 96.07 96.09 96.07 96.09
97.61 93.97 Mar 19 9,793 95.97 96.00 95.97 95.99
99.25 93.94 Jun 19 4,916 95.87 95.89 95.87 95.89
97.50 93.92 Sep 19 5,903 95.78 95.80 95.78 95.80
97.44 93.80 Dec 19 5,791 95.69 95.72 95.69 95.72
97.41 93.84 Mar 20 2,906 95.64 95.67 95.64 95.67
97.37 94.09 Jun 20 3,835 95.60 95.62 95.60 95.62
97.26 94.22 Mar 21 1,128 95.45 95.48 95.45 95.47
97.23 94.47 Jun 21 2,435 95.41 95.44 95.41 95.43
Est. Vol. 2,970,712 Vol. 1,234,115 open int 8,637,378 +20,914

26.0
26.0
26.0 US
DOLLAR INDEX (ICE) 1000 x
84.93 79.46 Sep 13 65,475 83.15 83.27 82.52 82.63
index 85.22 79.66 Dec 13 517 83.46 83.48 82.81 82.84
... Est. Vol. 32,273 Vol. 27,765 open int 65,992 645
28.0 AUSTRALIAN DOLLAR (IMM) 100,000 dollars, $ per

DJIA

+0.04
+0.045
+0.05
+0.055
+0.055
+0.05
+0.045
+0.035
+0.03 BY BLOOMBERG NEWS
+0.025
+0.02 Commodities jumped to a 14-week
+0.015 high as crop conditions declined
+0.015 and prospects improved for raw+0.015 material demand in the U.S. and
+0.02
China, the worlds largest consum+0.02
+0.02 ers of everything from corn and oil
+0.02 to pork and copper.
+0.02
Standard & Poors GSCI Spot
+0.02 Index of 24 raw materials rose 0.2%
+0.02 to 645.5 after reaching 648.91, the
+0.02
highest since April 3. Soybeans and
+0.02
+0.02 corn climbed more than 2.6%,
+0.02 cocoa jumped 3.3% and copper in+0.02 creased as much as 1.5%. The GSCI

index
0.56
0.56

1743.2 1295.4 Jul 13

1475.3
1335.5
1286.3
1291.3
1287.8
1281.0
1283.8
1242.5
1193.8

+21.5
+21.0
+22.5
+22.8
+19.3
+15.8
+14.3
+9.00
+10.8

SOYBEAN MEAL (CBOT) 100 tons dollars per ton


470.70 293.30 Aug 13 52,273 453.80 470.70 452.20
428.10 293.30 Sep 13 36,173 414.10 428.10 413.60
403.30 234.00 Oct 13 21,056 380.60 393.50 380.60
400.20 234.00 Dec 13 153,593 378.50 391.30 378.30
400.40 303.00 Jan 14 9,167 378.50 391.90 378.50
401.70 303.00 Mar 14 9,542 378.90 390.80 378.90
398.90 303.00 May 14 6,007 379.70 387.10 379.20
400.50 293.30 Jul 14 2,598 383.60 387.70 382.70
396.90 303.00 Sep 14
175 372.60 380.10 372.60
389.70 288.80 Dec 14
722 372.30 375.30 369.10
Est. Vol. 92,773 Vol. 62,579 open int 291,493 491

466.80
425.00
391.40
388.60
389.30
388.20
384.50
385.20
380.10
370.20

+15.3
+12.6
+12.1
+11.7
+11.4
+10.2
+8.50
+7.80
+7.50
+3.70

SOYBEAN OIL (CBOT) 60,000 lbs cents per lb


59.89 45.64 Aug 13 65,440 45.90 46.24 45.67
59.89 45.27 Sep 13 34,718 45.88 46.16 45.62
59.89 38.28 Oct 13 19,457 45.45 45.77 45.37
59.89 38.28 Dec 13 173,518 45.41 45.68 45.21
57.43 44.55 Jan 14 23,584 45.60 45.76 45.33
57.43 44.58 Mar 14 12,209 45.87 45.91 45.46
57.43 44.63 May 14 5,665 45.83 46.01 45.58
59.89 44.77 Jul 14 6,328 45.87 46.13 45.73
57.43 45.13 Aug 14 1,056 46.11 46.13 45.79
59.89 44.45 Dec 14 1,912 45.84 45.93 45.60
Est. Vol. 89,984 Vol. 77,630 open int 345,253 +5,979

45.71
45.68
45.40
45.28
45.36
45.50
45.62
45.78
45.79
45.63

0.13
0.08
0.04
...
+0.01
0.04
0.09
0.09
0.09
0.01

WHEAT (KBOT) 5,000 bu minimum cents per bushel


945.00 685.00 Sep 13 87,396 813.50 813.50 700.00
949.50 695.75 Dec 13 39,411 718.00 727.50 716.75
949.50 717.00 Mar 14 6,945 730.50 739.50 728.50
940.00 722.00 May 14 1,673 737.50 745.50 735.00
864.25 707.00 Jul 14 6,216 734.75 742.75 733.00
846.50 741.75 Dec 14
170 752.00 759.00 751.25
Est. Vol. 8,865 Vol. 13,406 open int 141,989 +31

703.75
720.25
732.50
739.50
737.25
754.00

191 1412.8 1431.2 1412.8 1426.1

Financials

Spot Prices

+2.75
+2.25
+2.00
LIGHT SWEET CRUDE (NYM) 1,000 bbl. dollars per bbl.
+2.00
+2.50 109.03 79.31 Aug 13 136,355 106.44 107.18 103.20 106.00 0.32
+2.00 108.78 79.45 Sep 13 335,889 105.96 106.78 105.38 105.69 0.23
290.23 79.60 Oct 13 125,006 104.64 105.32 104.11 104.39 0.10
108.52 79.75 Nov 13 74,312 103.20 103.78 102.72 102.95 0.04
ROUGH RICE (CBOT) 2,000 CWT dollars per CWT
108.87 78.88 Dec 13 211,821 101.63 106.25 101.16 101.55 0.01
16.85 14.60 Sep 13 8,961 15.16 15.32 15.15 15.26 +0.09
108.22 41.15 Jan 14 56,382 100.00 100.62 99.68 100.10 +0.04
16.65 14.77 Nov 13 2,351 15.38 15.50 15.38 15.50 +0.09
108.03 80.18 Feb 14 42,967 98.71 99.34 98.34 98.83 +0.10
16.84 14.86 Jan 14
250 15.70 15.73 15.69 15.73 +0.09
252.47 80.33 Mar 14 63,675 97.44 98.22 97.44 97.91 +0.16
16.84 14.86 Mar 14
6 15.79 15.88 15.79 15.88 +0.09
107.66 80.48 Apr 14 31,320 96.44 97.24 96.44 97.03 +0.18
16.98 14.86 May 14
na 15.94 16.02 15.94 16.02 +0.09
107.49 80.63 May 14 34,086 96.54 96.58 96.05 96.35 +0.15
Est. Vol. 308 Vol. 332 open int 11,568 +20
107.33 80.78 Jun 14 122,761 95.25 96.06 89.00 95.74 +0.12
284.23 80.94 Jul 14 37,674 95.29 95.29 94.80 95.04 +0.09
107.02 81.10 Aug 14 24,523 94.40 94.76 94.08 94.33 +0.06
CATTLE (CME) 40,000 lbs. cents per lb. 106.88 81.26 Sep 14 36,415 93.80 93.88 93.38 93.69 +0.04
133.50 117.82 Aug 13 60,697 122.45 122.60 118.97 122.12 0.33 106.76 81.41 Oct 14 23,290 93.20 93.20 93.16 93.16 +0.04
136.95 121.25 Oct 13 111,421 126.60 126.75 122.82 126.40 0.27 106.66 81.50 Nov 14 23,690 92.87 92.95 92.72 92.72 +0.03
137.50 122.77 Dec 13 64,355 128.50 128.95 124.80 128.70 0.12 106.81 59.00 Dec 14 232,962 92.34 92.85 91.98 92.32 +0.02
138.40 124.02 Feb 14 23,075 129.90 130.35 126.15 130.17
... 106.50 81.78 Jan 15 23,799 91.74 92.06 91.69 91.74 +0.02
138.95 125.55 Apr 14 13,744 130.55 131.45 127.82 131.40 +0.13 106.23 82.00 Jun 15 30,216 89.39 89.57 89.00 89.09 0.06
132.90 121.57 Jun 14 3,765 127.10 127.45 123.77 127.35 +0.03 106.62 82.03 Dec 15 98,573 87.13 87.49 86.63 86.83 0.13
127.70 125.87 Aug 14 216 127.40 127.70 127.40 127.70 +0.20 106.90 80.54 Dec 16 31,950 83.80 83.85 83.16 83.46 0.25
Est. Vol. 84,977 Vol. 55,629 open int 277,273 +3,751
Est. Vol. 616,150 Vol. 518,891 open int 1,884,162 +10,569

Oils

Meats

FEEDER CATTLE (CME) 50,000 lbs. cents per lb. NATURAL GAS (NYM) 10,000 mm btu's, $ per mm btu
164.05 142.30 Aug 13 15,110 152.47 152.87 151.87
164.25 144.52 Sep 13 8,568 155.00 155.70 154.65
164.75 146.50 Oct 13 4,169 156.62 157.40 156.25
165.10 147.72 Nov 13 2,609 157.55 158.25 157.55
163.95 147.90 Jan 14 1,894 158.50 159.02 158.50
159.60 149.15 Mar 14 442 159.00 159.55 159.00
160.42 150.95 Apr 14
192 159.75 160.20 159.75
160.95 151.50 May 14 360 160.50 160.75 160.50
Est. Vol. 12,659 Vol. 8,385 open int 33,344 +352

HOGS

LEAN

(CME)

40,000

lbs.

152.55
155.27
157.10
158.10
158.80
159.55
160.20
160.75

cents

100.05 84.00 Aug 13 54,837 95.42 96.60 95.30


88.95 76.00 Oct 13 101,543 84.45 85.65 82.67
85.07 74.00 Dec 13 67,391 81.65 82.70 79.82
87.75 78.20 Feb 14 28,427 83.80 84.60 82.45
89.05 79.85 Apr 14 20,626 85.10 85.70 84.00
92.50 85.20 May 14 712 89.50 89.90 89.50
94.50 87.02 Jun 14 10,344 91.85 92.35 91.85
92.25 87.00 Jul 14 2,027 91.00 91.20 91.00
90.82 87.00 Aug 14 685 89.70 89.85 89.60
87.55 77.90 Oct 14
50 79.50 80.00 79.50
Est. Vol. 75,299 Vol. 44,441 open int 294,610 429

0.10
+0.12
+0.28
+0.03
+0.10
...
...
...

per

96.30
85.35
82.50
84.50
85.45
89.90
92.35
91.10
89.85
79.60

lb.
+0.75
+0.65
+0.80
+0.60
+0.35
+0.50
+0.40
+0.30
+0.25
+0.35

Foods
COCOA

(ICE)

10

metric

tons

2862.0 2059.0 Sep 13 72,409 2234.0 2295.0 2234.0


2725.0 2071.0 Dec 13 39,449 2249.0 2304.0 2249.0
2737.0 2083.0 Mar 14 39,035 2262.0 2312.0 2261.0
2729.0 2097.0 May 14 13,160 2268.0 2317.0 2268.0
2738.0 2103.0 Jul 14 5,085 2288.0 2320.0 2288.0
2579.0 2114.0 Sep 14 3,718 2296.0 2332.0 2296.0
2474.0 2122.0 Dec 14
329 2338.0 2338.0 2338.0
2467.0 2213.0 Mar 15 163 2332.0 2348.0 2332.0
Est. Vol. 23,300 Vol. 18,000 open int 173,363 77

per

2289.0
2298.0
2306.0
2313.0
2320.0
2329.0
2338.0
2348.0

ton
+68.0
+67.0
+65.0
+64.0
+64.0
+64.0
+64.0
+64.0

7.469 3.200 Aug 13 114,416 3.686 3.718 3.608 3.677


7.499 3.217 Sep 13 267,985 3.680 3.714 3.605 3.676
7.584 2.910 Oct 13 172,334 3.686 3.728 3.620 3.689
7.829 3.368 Nov 13 92,031 3.759 3.794 3.695 3.763
8.119 3.380 Dec 13 57,592 3.911 3.960 3.859 3.927
8.324 3.250 Jan 14 144,898 3.992 4.036 3.936 4.003
8.319 3.225 Feb 14 29,769 3.957 4.027 3.935 4.004
8.079 3.425 Mar 14 89,386 3.958 3.991 3.909 3.966
7.399 3.530 Apr 14 120,589 3.870 3.918 3.841 3.897
8.992 3.578 May 14 24,848 3.877 3.930 3.870 3.914
7.439 3.385 Jun 14 21,905 3.889 3.958 3.385 3.946
7.534 3.652 Jul 14 15,857 3.964 3.985 3.943 3.981
7.604 3.670 Aug 14 15,171 3.961 4.010 3.961 3.999
7.634 3.673 Sep 14 17,190 3.988 4.011 3.973 4.002
7.719 3.660 Oct 14 66,930 3.997 4.040 3.995 4.022
7.959 3.785 Nov 14 20,690 4.109 4.109 4.091 4.100
8.239 3.896 Dec 14 36,492 4.236 4.283 4.236 4.264
8.454 4.065 Jan 15 37,284 4.340 4.355 4.332 4.346
8.454 3.225 Feb 15 5,306 4.352 4.352 4.326 4.331
8.214 3.992 Mar 15 8,203 4.289 4.291 4.275 4.275
7.514 3.800 Apr 15 12,086 4.102 4.102 4.080 4.082
7.479 3.821 May 15 2,048 4.115 4.115 4.095 4.095
7.559 3.847 Jun 15 5,176 4.141 4.141 4.110 4.123
7.750 3.870 Jul 15 1,549 4.179 4.179 4.158 4.158
7.724 3.901 Aug 15 1,790 4.180 4.180 4.177 4.177
7.834 3.941 Oct 15 4,936 4.210 4.210 4.198 4.198
8.074 4.033 Nov 15 1,131 4.266 4.272 4.264 4.272
8.354 4.043 Dec 15 5,243 4.418 4.440 4.418 4.440
8.574 4.320 Jan 16 1,948 4.508 4.535 4.508 4.535
8.564 4.293 Feb 16
595 4.520 4.520 4.515 4.515
8.334 4.215 Mar 16 1,025 4.450 4.450 4.445 4.445
Est. Vol. 245,558 Vol. 297,244 open int 1,405,894 +8,893

HEATING OIL (NYM) 42,000 gal,

+0.003
+0.004
+0.005
+0.002
+0.002
+0.003
+0.002
...
+0.002
+0.002
+0.001
+0.001
...
...
...
0.003
0.006
0.007
0.007
0.007
0.006
0.006
0.006
0.006
0.006
0.006
0.005
0.004
0.003
0.002
0.001

(ICE)

37,500

lbs.

cents

279.70 117.10 Sep 13 95,597 123.40 126.75 123.20


279.70 120.50 Dec 13 31,776 126.05 128.95 125.75
279.70 123.70 Mar 14 13,286 128.50 131.50 128.50
274.05 125.95 May 14 5,580 131.35 133.15 130.40
274.05 127.85 Jul 14 2,231 132.10 134.70 132.10
249.65 129.80 Sep 14 1,390 133.75 136.05 133.75
249.65 131.95 Dec 14 1,667 137.20 138.00 136.30
213.00 134.00 Mar 15 397 139.30 139.35 139.30
Est. Vol. 30,321 Vol. 23,455 open int 152,117 1,052

per

125.95
128.25
130.80
132.60
134.10
135.60
137.50
139.35

Indexes
S&P

COMP.

INDEX

(CME)

250

1679.4 1029.0 Sep 13 156,784 1677.7 1679.2 1666.5 1671.2

GOLD (CMX) 100 troy oz. dollars per troy oz. 1672.9 1042.3 Dec 13 2,988 1672.0 1672.0 1661.0 1664.8
1475.5 1183.2 Jul 13
106 1279.4 1291.4 1279.4 1290.8
1822.6 1179.4 Aug 13 153,128 1281.6 1294.7 1275.6 1290.4
1297.0 1192.9 Sep 13
132 1279.4 1294.5 1277.9 1290.8

99.73
99.72
99.70
99.69
99.66

99.63 Aug 13 31,452


93.25 Sep 13 803,603
92.65 Dec 13 818,753
92.05 Mar 14 722,432
91.10 Jun 14 704,554

99.72
99.70
99.65
99.59
99.52

99.72
99.72
99.67
99.61
99.55

99.72
99.70
99.64
99.58
99.52

99.72
99.70
99.66
99.61
99.55

...
...
+0.01
+0.02
+0.03

Futures Tables & Charts Footnotes:


CBOT: Chicago Board of Trade. CME: Chicago Mercantile
Exchange. CMX: Comex division of Nymex. IMM: International
Monetary Market at CME. KBOT: Kansas City Board of Trade. NYBT:
N.Y. Board of Trade. NYM: N.Y. Mercantile Exchange. CME market
data is the property of Chicago Mercantile Exchange Inc. and its
licensors. All rights reserved.
Charts: Daily future prices are displayed with price momentum
and volume. Price momentum equals rate of change of high, low
and close for last 14 days. Change of short-term price direction
may be indicated when % F (dark line) crosses % S (thin line).

19.05
Coffee parana exdock NY per lb. 1.1588
Coffee medlin exdock NY per lb. 1.4390
Cocoa beans Ivory Coast $ metric ton 2464
Cocoa butter African styl $ met ton 4871
Hogs Iowa/Minn swine or pork wtd av 98.83
Feeder cattle 500600 lb Okl av cwt 172.46
Pork loins 1319 lb FOB Omaha av cwt 126.25

Grains

.45|

Corn No. 2 yellow Chi processor bid 6.95 6.86 Textiles & Fibers
Soybeans No. 1 yellow
15.55 15.33 Cotton 1116 in. strict low middling 80.37
SoybeanMeal Cen Ill 48pct proteinton 568.00 568.00 Coal Central Appalachia $ pershort ton 67.15
Wheat No. 2 Chi soft
6.69 6.69 Raw Products
Wheat N. 1 dk 14pcpro Mpls.
8.39
8.35 Natural Gas Henry Hub, $ per mmbtu 3.674
Oats No. 2 heavy or Better
3.84 3.83 a-Asked, b-Bid, n-Normal, r-Revised,
Corn oil crude wet/dry mill Chi. lb.
.39
.39 nq-Not Quoted, n.a.-Not Available.

81.00
67.15
3.680

Key Commodity Futures


CORN

Dec 13

PRICE MO %F=33.8

%S=31.5

CLOSE

5.10

OPEN INTEREST 540842


CBOT

CATTLE

Oct 13

PRICE MO %F=87.9

%S=88.8

CLOSE 126.40

OPEN INTEREST 111421


CME

COFFEE C

SOYBEANS

Nov 13

PRICE MO %F=65.8

%S=55.1

CLOSE 12.86

Oct 13

PRICE MO %F=48.3

%S=45.5

CLOSE

85.35

Oct 13

PRICE MO

%F=6

%S=8.3

CLOSE

16.00

Sep 13

PRICE MO %F=72.6

%S=57.9

CLOSE 19.93

Sep 13

PRICE MO %F=91.6

%S=90

CLOSE 105.69

Sep 13

PRICE MO %F=47.7

%S=39.2

OPEN INTEREST 325107


CBOT

HOGS LEAN
OPEN INTEREST 101543
CME

Sep 13

PRICE MO %F=68.9

%S=59.9

CLOSE 125.95

OPEN INTEREST 95597


ICE

SUGAR-WORLD 11
OPEN INTEREST 490046
ICE

lb.

+2.70
+2.40
+2.20
+2.10
+1.95
+1.85
+1.55
+1.40

Woods And Fibers

Metals

EURODOLLARS (IMM) $1 millionpts of 100 pct. Flour hard winter KC cwt

.45|

.7987
.8121
3.1256 3.1401
19.950 19.850
19.05 Silver Handy & Harman
1.1588 Platinum per troy oz. NY (contract) 1426.00 1413.00
1.4390 Platinum Merc spot per troy oz. 1426.10 1422.50
2464 Gold
1286.00 up 1.25
4871 London morning fixing
1291.50 up 6.75
97.81 London afternoon fixing
1291.50 up 6.75
167.38 NY Handy & Harman
1294.35 up 6.77
129.72 NY Engelhard
NY Merc. spot month
1290.80 up 7.00

cents per gal

323.92 228.71 Aug 13 60,694 303.05 305.92 302.35 304.69 +2.08


324.24 92.40 Sep 13 74,116 303.50 305.82 302.47 304.64 +1.86
324.56 260.50 Oct 13 32,348 302.78 305.54 302.78 304.49 +1.67
324.99 261.68 Nov 13 18,828 304.33 305.28 303.12 304.26 +1.38
325.29 89.90 Dec 13 44,942 303.50 305.10 302.52 304.01 +1.13
325.41 87.30 Jan 14 12,670 304.86 305.02 303.00 303.82 +0.91
324.80 87.17 Feb 14 5,571 304.09 304.30 299.43 303.22 +0.71
323.42 87.05 Mar 14 6,735 302.69 303.00 301.70 301.70 +0.56
321.62 260.32 Apr 14 11,176 300.71 300.87 299.65 299.65 +0.55
327.62 259.67 May 14 2,291 298.23 298.99 297.65 297.75 +0.56
328.02 91.06 Jun 14 14,939 296.96 297.10 293.55 295.95 +0.56
ORANGE JUICE (ICE) 15,000 lbs. cents per lb. 329.79 89.76 Dec 14 8,697 291.59 292.21 290.79 291.28 +0.42
194.20 111.65 Sep 13 14,394 139.60 142.85 139.40 142.60 +3.15
Est. Vol. 118,457 Vol. 117,748 open int 295,810 +3,284
194.20 112.10 Nov 13 2,686 140.05 143.00 140.05 142.75 +3.55
NY HARBOR GAS BLEND (NYM) 42,000 gallons dollars per gallon
194.20 112.10 Jan 14 1,060 140.90 143.70 140.90 143.30 +3.35
3.151 2.083 Aug 13 54,475 3.115 3.151 3.093 3.134 +0.031
194.20 112.10 Mar 14 719 143.45 144.70 143.45 144.25 +3.40
3.080 2.150 Sep 13 89,607 3.035 3.068 3.027 3.053 +0.023
Est. Vol. 1,386 Vol. 732 open int 19,497 14
3.024 2.152 Oct 13 34,673 2.851 2.883 2.851 2.870 +0.019
SUGAR 16 (ICE) 112,000 lbs. cents per lb. 2.926 2.151 Nov 13 32,851 2.789 2.818 2.789 2.807 +0.014
34.12 18.40 Sep 13 2,304 18.91 18.91 18.80 18.84 0.12
Est. Vol. 151,248 Vol. 124,710 open int 270,237 409
33.83 18.70 Nov 13 3,494 19.30 19.30 19.00 19.04
...
33.83 19.15 Jan 14 1,012 19.50 19.97 19.40 19.40 +0.09
32.50 19.45 Mar 14 1,215 20.47 20.47 19.50 19.53 0.18
32.00 19.90 May 14 1,516 20.25 20.25 20.03 20.03 +0.05 LUMBER (CME) 110,000 bd. ft. $ per 1,000 bd. ft.
31.00 20.15 Jul 14
433 20.50 20.50 20.25 20.25 +0.02 402.70 282.00 Sep 13 4,463 314.40 318.00 308.80 315.80 0.20
28.75 20.30 Sep 14
574 20.75 20.75 20.75 20.75 0.03 384.40 285.50 Nov 13 1,018 314.00 320.00 312.00 318.70 +1.70
49 326.30 328.10 322.00 328.10 +1.90
24.04 21.78 Mar 15
51 22.50 22.50 22.13 22.13 +0.05 390.40 296.20 Jan 14
392.40 306.00 Mar 14
16 333.00 334.80 332.00 334.80 +1.90
Est. Vol. 314 Vol. 218 open int 11,233 29
SUGARWORLD 11 (ICE) 112,000 lbs. cents per lb. Est. Vol. 936 Vol. 699 open int 5,553 247
24.53 15.93 Oct 13 490,046 16.15 16.23 15.93 16.00 0.16 COTTON 2 (ICE) 50,000 lbs. cents per lb.
24.45 16.70 Mar 14 189,354 16.90 16.98 16.70 16.76 0.16 107.36 70.70 Dec 13 140,846 85.16 85.89 83.91 84.37 0.73
24.10 16.70 May 14 50,080 16.90 16.97 16.70 16.76 0.15 106.52 69.29 Mar 14 13,585 83.80 84.20 82.59 82.80 1.00
23.88 16.69 Jul 14 64,825 16.88 16.94 16.69 16.75 0.14 106.52 68.88 May 14 1,573 82.86 83.28 82.14 82.14 0.99
23.79 16.75 Oct 14 34,404 17.10 17.16 16.93 16.99 0.12 103.32 68.99 Jul 14 3,040 82.51 82.76 81.77 81.77 1.03
23.00 17.42 Mar 15 14,936 17.55 17.60 17.42 17.50 0.05 95.50 68.25 Dec 14 1,620 78.78 78.78 78.00 78.11 0.74
20.78 17.52 Oct 15 3,438 17.70 17.75 17.54 17.62 0.07 Est. Vol. 14,189 Vol. 7,229 open int 161,274 +775
20.08 17.95 Mar 16 3,313 18.08 18.08 17.95 18.02 0.07
Est. Vol. 77,445 Vol. 62,423 open int 856,873 1,532

COFFEE

index has risen 5.6% this month, almost erasing its loss for the year.
Hot weather in the U.S. Midwest
eroded conditions in the past week
of corn and soybean crops that the
government predicted July 11
would be the biggest ever this year.
Copper and nickel down more
than 13% this year before today, as
global growth slowed rebounded
on gains in U.S. manufacturing and
bets that China will take steps to
boost its economy. The dollar also
has dropped from a three-year high
on July 8, boosting the appeal of
raw materials priced in the currency.
The fact that a lot of commodities
have already priced in stagnation
may bode well, said Adam Klopfenstein, a senior market strategist at
Archer Financial in Chicago.
Youre not going to have the tremendous growth we saw in the past
10 years in commodities, but the
skepticism may have gotten overdone, and there are individual commodities that are still worthwhile.
About 66% of the U.S. corn crop,
the worlds largest, was in good or
excellent condition as of July 14,
down from 68% a week earlier, the
USDA said Monday.

15447 12290 Sep 13 114,944 15393 15433 15352 15391


229 15359 15359 15284 15284
A $
+3.60 Est. Vol. 80,541 Vol. 63,065 open int 115,175 +1,158
1.0454 0.8957 Sep 13 192,803 0.9063 0.9221 0.9046 0.9203 +0.0145
+3.70 NASDAQ 100 INDEX (CME) $100 x index Est. Vol. 206,651 Vol. 89,749 open int 193,586 +571
1746.2 1300.5 Jan 14 3,671 1429.7 1434.5 1425.7 1427.4 +3.70 3079.0 2503.3 Sep 13 5,380 3069.5 3079.0 3064.0 3070.8 2.25 BRITISH POUND (IMM) 62,500 pounds, $ per pound
Est. Vol. 7,722 Vol. 5,863 open int 60,670 133
3072.0 2499.0 Dec 13
na 3072.0 3072.0 3063.8 3063.8 2.50 1.6269 1.4806 Sep 13 149,525 1.5092 1.5163 1.5037 1.5142 +0.0046
PALLADIUM (NYM) 100 troy oz dollars per oz Est. Vol. 1,987 Vol. 409 open int 5,380 113
Est. Vol. 209,928 Vol. 88,783 open int 150,526 +215
785.95 629.40 Sep 13 31,133 732.45 737.25 727.00 735.60 +3.45 MINI NASDAQ 100 INDE (CME) $20 x index CANADIAN DOLLAR (IMM) 100,000 dollars, $ per Cdn. dlr
786.40 154.90 Dec 13 2,608 735.00 738.00 735.00 737.35 +3.40 3080.3 2481.0 Sep 13 353,073 3071.8 3080.3 3063.8 3070.8 2.25 1.0230 0.9409 Sep 13 127,497 0.9572 0.9634 0.9562 0.9628 +0.0046
Est. Vol. 2,229 Vol. 2,323 open int 33,893 24
3068.3 2481.5 Dec 13
134 3062.0 3068.3 3061.5 3063.8 2.50 1.0184 0.9390 Dec 13 5,710 0.9549 0.9611 0.9540 0.9607 +0.0046
SILVER (CMX) 5,000 troy oz. cents per troy oz. 3063.0 2561.8 Mar 14
33 3054.8 3063.0 3054.8 3057.5 2.50 Est. Vol. 122,210 Vol. 49,807 open int 134,445 685
4894.5 1685.4 Jul 13
897 1968.0 1996.5 1967.5 1992.3 +9.70 Est. Vol. Vol. 112,537 open int 353,298 +1,353
MEXICAN PESO (IMM) 500,000 pesos, $ per peso
2274.5 1822.5 Aug 13 256 1985.0 1997.5 1969.5 1992.6 +9.60 RUSSELL 1000 Mini
(ICE) $50 x index 0.0828 0.0672 Sep 13 76,030 0.0785 0.0788 0.0771 0.0788 +0.00040
3739.3 1817.0 Sep 13 79,411 1990.5 2004.5 1966.0 1993.5 +9.60 932.30 737.10 Sep 13 9,947 932.00 932.30 925.30 927.90 2.50 Est. Vol. 56,681 Vol. 27,907 open int 76,765 +5,476
4857.0 1689.2 Dec 13 27,017 1994.0 2007.0 1980.0 1998.4 +9.50 Est. Vol. 434 Vol. 411 open int 9,947 +35
JAPANESE YEN (IMM) 12.5 million yen, $ per 100 yen
3736.7 1861.5 Jan 14
13 1984.5 2000.0 1984.5 2000.0 +9.40 NIKKEI
225
AVGS.
(CME)

$5
x
nsa 1.2972 0.9646 Sep 13 184,913 1.0010 1.0116 0.9996 1.0086 +0.0069
3528.1 1860.0 Mar 14 3,289 2012.0 2012.0 2002.0 2003.3 +9.30 16085 8505.0 Sep 13 64,956 14815 14820 14510 14590 210.0 Est. Vol. 184,430 Vol. 82,736 open int 186,421 +2,142
3526.2 1868.0 May 14 3,788 2007.5 2007.5 2006.4 2006.4 +9.20 Est. Vol. 16,929 Vol. 5,652 open int 64,986 +236
SWISS FRANC (IMM) 125,000 francs, $ per franc
Est. Vol. 32,001 Vol. 27,653 open int 133,116 +1,122
1.1197 1.0179 Sep 13 41,317 1.0547 1.0669 1.0533 1.0644 +0.0090
MINI SILVER (CBOT) 1,000 oz. cents per oz.
Est. Vol. 50,835 Vol. 22,688 open int 41,378 200
4820.6 1685.6 Jul 13
124 1987.5 1994.0 1983.2 1993.9 +16.9
EURO

125,000
Euros,
$
per
Euro
3739.3 1820.0 Sep 13 1,977 1989.7 2002.7 1966.9 1996.1 +16.9 US TREASURY BONDS (CBOT) $100,000 prin pts & 32nds of 100 pct 1.3700 1.2143 Sep 13 219,497 1.3068 1.3178 1.3046 1.3163 +0.0093
+12 Est. Vol. 415,393 Vol. 180,926 open int 221,614 +1,317
4812.4 1689.4 Dec 13
603 1977.8 2006.8 1977.8 2003.3 +17.1 148-28 132-02 Sep 13 583,891 134-25 135-08 134-17 134-31
+13 30 DAY FEDERAL FUNDS (CBOT) $5 million pts. of 100 pct.
4789.9 1798.9 Dec 14
16 2019.9 2019.9 2019.9 2019.9 +16.9 147-31 130-29 Dec 13 496 133-07 133-20 133-04 133-17
na 133-04 133-17 133-04 133-17
+13 99.90 97.70 Jul 13 40,243 99.90 99.90 99.90 99.90
...
4880.0 1887.0 Dec 15
13 2041.4 2041.4 2041.4 2041.4 +16.9 136-18 131-06 Mar 14
Est. Vol. 466,819 Vol. 206,730 open int 584,387 +4,126
99.90 97.61 Aug 13 32,422 99.90 99.90 99.89 99.89
...
Est. Vol. 754 Vol. 708 open int 2,761 88
HI GRADE COPPER (CMX) 25,000 lbs. cents per lb. 10 YEAR TREASURY (CBOT) $100,000 prinpts & 32nds & a half 32nd 99.89 97.52 Sep 13 25,449 99.89 99.89 99.89 99.89 +0.0050
133-01
124-11
Sep
13
2,135,597
126-18
126-26
126-14
126-19
+03
99.89
97.44
Oct
13
15,111
99.88
99.89
99.88
99.89
+0.0050
443.85 298.35 Jul 13 1,747 315.60 320.00 315.60 319.95 +3.85
418.75 298.30 Aug 13 2,055 314.90 319.25 314.00 318.85 +3.95 133-01 123-23 Dec 13 9,116 125-24 125-25 125-20 125-24 +036 99.89 97.36 Nov 13 17,493 99.87 99.88 99.87 99.88 +0.0050
na 125-20 125-24 125-20 125-24 +036 99.89 97.28 Dec 13 19,100 99.86 99.88 99.86 99.87 +0.01
442.00 298.55 Sep 13 105,896 314.85 319.15 313.30 318.65 +4.20 132-28 123-24 Mar 14
99.89 97.20 Jan 14 20,646 99.86 99.87 99.86 99.86 +0.01
400.95 299.50 Oct 13 1,367 316.90 319.15 316.70 319.15 +4.25 Est. Vol. 1,591,337 Vol. 762,207 open int 2,144,713 +1,240
400.65 301.35 Nov 13 1,125 317.00 319.50 316.95 319.50 +4.30 5 YEAR TREASURY (CBOT) $100,000 prinpts & 32nds & a half 32nd 99.88 97.11 Feb 14 17,857 99.85 99.86 99.85 99.86 +0.01
439.20 300.55 Dec 13 30,362 316.20 320.15 314.60 319.80 +4.30 124-15 119-27 Sep 13 1,565,094 121-06 121-09 121-03 121-07 +037 99.88 97.80 May 14 16,738 99.81 99.81 99.81 99.81 +0.01
+04 Est. Vol. 19,738 Vol. 7,019 open int 304,177 +149
400.05 304.50 Jan 14 1,403 320.30 320.35 320.30 320.35 +4.40 124-14 119-04 Dec 13 1,978 120-09 120-12 120-08 120-12
na 120-08 120-12 120-08 120-12
+04
436.55 305.00 Mar 14 9,992 319.60 320.90 319.60 320.80 +4.25 124-14 119-06 Jun 14
434.75 307.05 May 14 1,593 321.50 321.65 320.90 321.65 +4.30 Est. Vol. 909,503 Vol. 387,920 open int 1,567,072 +13,375
Soybean oil crude Decatur lb.
433.00 305.00 Jul 14
987 322.00 322.55 322.00 322.55 +4.30 2 YR. TREASURY NOTES (CBOT) $200,000 prinpts & 32nds & a quarter 32nd
385.10 310.15 Nov 14 605 323.75 324.25 323.75 324.25 +4.30 111-01 108-19 Sep 13 762,815 110-03 110-03 110-02 110-03 0.00000
Metals
111-01 109-03 Dec 13 282 109-30 109-30 109-29 109-30 0.00000
Est. Vol. 46,030 Vol. 43,498 open int 162,349 +1,562
Food
Tue Mon Aluminum per lb LME
109-25 109-19 Sep 14
na 109-23 109-24 109-23 109-24 0.00000
07/16
07/15 Copper Cathode full plate
Est. Vol. 245,808 Vol. 108,343 open int 763,097 +1,359

PLATINUM (NYM) 50 troy oz. dollars per troy oz. 15380 12568 Dec 13

SOYBEANS (CBOT) 5,000 bu minimum cents per bushel 1741.8 1296.0 Oct 13 56,795 1424.9 1434.9 1413.4 1425.1
1570.0 1065.5 Aug 13 51,005 1456.8 1488.0 1453.0
1487.0 1065.5 Sep 13 23,644 1319.0 1344.3 1316.3
... 922.50 Nov 13 325,107 1269.5 1297.0 1265.5
1409.8 1124.0 Jan 14 44,038 1273.0 1302.0 1268.5
1399.8 1127.5 Mar 14 24,108 1274.5 1298.5 1270.0
1395.8 1129.0 May 14 27,208 1268.3 1291.0 1267.3
1397.0 1054.0 Jul 14 10,768 1273.0 1293.3 1269.5
1333.0 1054.0 Nov 14 13,536 1237.5 1255.0 1236.3
1300.0 1123.0 Nov 15 313 1198.0 1199.0 1183.0
Est. Vol. 193,060 Vol. 130,752 open int 519,897 3,061

Futures Rise As
Supply-Demand
Views Tighten

14 1665.6 1665.6 1654.6 1658.4


+7.00 1666.5 1222.4 Mar 14
+6.90 1645.5 1025.3 Dec 14
na 1644.6 1644.6 1633.6 1637.4
+6.80 Est. Vol. 12,459 Vol. 2,927 open int 159,786 +349

index
6.30
6.20
6.20
6.20

GOLD

Dec 13

PRICE MO %F=78.8

%S=62.2

CLOSE 1292.00

OPEN INTEREST 155497


CMX

HI GRADE COPPER

OPEN INTEREST 79411


CMX

Sep 13

PRICE MO %F=76.2

%S=65.7

CLOSE 318.65

OPEN INTEREST 105896


CMX

HEATING OIL
OPEN INTEREST 74116
NYM

SILVER

LIGHT SWEET CRUDE


OPEN INTEREST 335889
NYM

Sep 13

PRICE MO

%F=91

%S=85.8

CLOSE 304.64

NATURAL GAS
OPEN INTEREST 267985
NYM

CLOSE

3.676

FUTURES & BONDS

INVESTOR'S BUSINESS DAILY

Key Financial And Commodity Futures


S&P COMP. INDEX

Sep 13

PRICE MO %F=92.6

%S=88

CLOSE 1671.20

OPEN INTEREST 156784


CME

NASDAQ 100 INDEX

Sep 13

PRICE MO

%F=94

%S=87.7

CLOSE 3070.75

OPEN INTEREST 5380


CME

WEDNESDAY, JULY 17, 2013

Yields Dip As Investors


Brace For More Bernanke
BY BLOOMBERG NEWS

MINI DOW JONES

Sep 13

PRICE MO %F=92.3

%S=86.9

CLOSE 153.91

OPEN INTEREST 114944


CBOT

10 YEAR TREASURY

Sep 13

PRICE MO %F=60.9

%S=48.3

CLOSE 126-19

OPEN INTEREST 184913


IMM

EURO

Sep 13

PRICE MO %F=45.6

%S=33.2

CLOSE 1.5142

Sep 13
in 100th

Sep 13

PRICE MO %F=42.6

%S=32.1

CLOSE 1.0086

PRICE MO %F=65.2

%S=46.3

CLOSE 1.3163

Sep 13

PRICE MO %F=76.7

%S=62.8

CLOSE 2289.0

Sep 13

PRICE MO %F=30.6

%S=51.5

CLOSE

Sep 13
in 10th

PRICE MO %F=85.3

%S=73.9

CLOSE 0.7880

82.63

MEXICAN PESO

SWISS FRANC

Sep 13

PRICE MO %F=64.8

%S=44

CLOSE 1.0644

EURODOLLARS

Dec 13

PRICE MO %F=84.2

%S=78.4

CLOSE

Sep 13

PRICE MO %F=80.9

%S=63.9

CLOSE 142.60

Dec 13

PRICE MO %F=45.7

%S=50.8

CLOSE

Dec 13

PRICE MO %F=69.1

%S=56.7

CLOSE 388.60

Oct 13

PRICE MO %F=85.3

%S=71.5

CLOSE 1425.10

1.61% on May 1. They remain below


the five-year average of 2.74%.
The term premium, which measures the risk of holding longerdated bonds by incorporating investors outlook for inflation and
growth, was at 0.24% after touching 0.46% on July 5. The figure averaged 0.40% in the decade before
the 2007 financial crisis. A positive
number means investors are demanding compensation to own the
securities. A negative number
means the securities are overvalued.
As of Monday, investors in U.S.
government securities linked to
consumer-price gains have lost
7.7% this year, headed for the first
annual decline since 2008, Bank of
America Merrill Lynch index figures showed. Conventional Treasuries fell 2.7% over the same period.
The difference in yield between
10-year notes and similar- maturity
TreasuryInflationProtectedSecurities, a measure of trader expectations for inflation over the life of the
debt called the break-even rate, was
at 2.12 percentage points, set for the
highest close since June 11. That
compares with an average of 2.37
percentage points in the past year.

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currency quotes, strategies and education.

For Tuesday, July 16, 2013


Bonds Summary
Domestic
Tue Mon
Issues traded
4
5
Advances
1
3
Declines
1
2
Unchanged
2
0

All Issues
Tue Mon
4
6
1
3
1
3
2
0

99.66

ORANGE JUICE
OPEN INTEREST 14394
ICE

Sep 13

PRICE MO %F=90.2

%S=85.1

CLOSE 3.0530

COTTON 2

84.37

OPEN INTEREST 140846


ICE

Sep 13

PRICE MO %F=45.6

%S=41

CLOSE 6.69

OPEN INTEREST 196814


CBOT

SOYBEAN OIL

CLOSE 134-31

Treasury 10-year note yields fell to


a one-week low amid speculation
Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke will seek to damp investor
expectations of a reduction in stimulus when he speaks to Congress tomorrow.
Treasuries erased their gains earlier after the cost of living in the
U.S. rose in June by the most in
four months as gasoline prices increased. Pacific Investment Management Co.s Bill Gross, who
added to holdings of U.S. government debt in his flagship fund in
June while betting incorrectly on
gains in inflation-indexed securities in the first half of 2013, posted
on Twitter that Higher #CPI,
more money for TIPS holders!,
PIMCO included.
The market is anticipating a dovish, defensive presentation and if
it doesnt get enough of that, they
may see it as hawkish, Larry Milstein, managing director in New
York of government-debt trading
at R.W. Pressprich & Co., said of
Bernankes two days of testimony
in Washington. Inflation is a nonissue and last week he seemed to be
more concerned about deflation
than inflation. Hes going to lean to
the dovish side. The market is already pricing that in.
The benchmark 10-year yield was
little changed at 2.53%, according
to Bloomberg Bond Trader data. It
reached 2.51%, lowest since July 5.
The price of the 1.75% security maturing in May 2023 traded at
93-7/32.
Yields on the 10-year note rose to
2.75% on July 8, the highest since
August 2011, from a 2013 low of

OPEN INTEREST 818753


IMM

OPEN INTEREST 89607


NYM

WHEAT

%S=31.9

OPEN INTEREST 41317


IMM

OPEN INTEREST 72409


ICE

GAS BLEND

US DOLLAR INDEX

OPEN INTEREST 76030


IMM

OPEN INTEREST 219497


CME

COCOA

PRICE MO %F=41.4

OPEN INTEREST 65475


ICE

OPEN INTEREST 149525


IMM

JAPANESE YEN

Sep 13

OPEN INTEREST 583891


CBOT

OPEN INTEREST 2135597


CBOT

BRITISH POUND

US TREASURY BONDS

A11

SOYBEAN MEAL
OPEN INTEREST 153593
CBOT

Dec 13

PRICE MO %F=41.8

%S=42.2

CLOSE

45.28

OPEN INTEREST 173518


CBOT

PLATINUM
OPEN INTEREST 56795
NYM

Dividends
LUMBER

Sep 13

PRICE MO %F=75.1

%S=77.1

CLOSE 315.80

OPEN INTEREST 4463


CME

CANADIAN DOLLAR

NIKKEI 225 AVGS.

Sep 13

PRICE MO %F=91.5

%S=91.2

CLOSE

14590

OPEN INTEREST 64956


CME

Sep 13

PRICE MO %F=59.1

OPEN INTEREST 127497


IMM

%S=41.1

CLOSE 0.9628

5 YEAR TREASURY

Sep 13

PRICE MO %F=79.6

%S=64.8

REGULAR:
Period
AAR Corp .........................Q
AES Corp...........................Q
Cape Bancorp .................Q
ConAgra Foods ...............Q
EarthLink Inc ..................Q
Enterprise Bancorp..........Q
FMC Corp ..........................Q
FirstEnergy Corp .............Q
First Horizon Natl ............Q
Goldman Sachs ...............Q
HCI Group ........................Q
Hallador Energy ...............Q

Record Payment
Amt. Date Date
.075 7-29 8-14
.04 8-1 8-15
.05 7-29 8-12
.25 7-31 8-30
.05 8-30 9-13
.115 8-13 9-3
.135 9-30 10-17
.55 8-7 9-1
.05 9-13 10-1
.50 8-30 9-27
.225 8-16 9-20
.04 7-31 8-15

.45 8-30 9-13


.31 9-6 10-1
.36 9-6 9-30
.33 8-16 9-4

INCREASED
Carbo Ceramics ...............Q
EQT Midstream Ptrs ........Q
Mercantile Bank Corp .....Q
Smucker Co ....................Q
Transmontaigne Ptrs .....Q

New
.30 8-1 8-15
.40 8-5 8-14
.12 8-9 9-10
.58 8-16 9-3
.65 7-31 8-8

G - payable in Canadian funds; Q - Quarterly;


A - Annually; S - Semiannually; M - Monthly;
U - Pay undetermined; I - Initial; Y - Year-end.

CLOSE 121-07

OPEN INTEREST 1565094


CBOT

Cash Stocks Ex-Dividend for 7/18/13


Company
Amount
Apache Corp ........................... 0.200
Ares Dynamic Cr Allocate ...... 0.351
Bard C R Inc ............................ 0.210
C V S Caremark Corp ............... 0.225
Caterpillar Inc ........................ 0.600
Cbre Clarion Glb Rl Est ............ 0.045

1 year .................................................0.58 1 year ................................................. 0.69


The average of rates paid on dollar
cates of deposit based on the duration of deposits.
Rate charged on short-term loans to
the
security.
Prime Rate: ..................................3.25 brokerage dealers backed by securities.
Treasury Bill Auction Results:
Base interest rate charged by major U.S.
Jumbo CDs:
commercial banks on loans to corpora3-months (as of July 15) .................0.04
Federal Funds Effective Rate: .......0.09
1 month .............................................0.10
tions.
6-months (as of July 15) .................0.07
Rates on overnight loans among
3 months ...........................................0.29 Average discount rate for Treasury bills
financial institutions.
6 months ...........................................0.45 in minimum units on $10,000.
Discount Rate:
1 year .................................................0.65
Primary...................................................0.75 Certificates of Deposit:

Money Rates

Hubbell Inc A&B ..............Q


Northern Trust ................Q
Public Svc Enterp Gp.......Q
Visa Inc ...........................Q

Broker Call Loan Rate: .................2.00 Interest rate paid by dealers for certifi-

Conocophillips ........................ 0.690


Credit Suisse Gold Shrs .......... 0.172
Credit Suisse Slvrshrcov ........ 0.250
D W S Glbl High Incm Fd ......... 0.137
D W S High Income Opp Fd .... 0.095
D W S High Income Trust ....... 0.127
D W S Multi-Mkt Incm Tr ....... 0.140
D W S Municipal Incm Tr ........ 0.140
D W S Strat Muni Incm Tr ....... 0.154

D W S Strategic Incm Tr .......... 0.190


Dorchester Minerals Lp ......... 0.396
Graco Inc ................................. 0.250
Home Fed Bancorp Inc La ....... 0.060
Hormel Foods Co ................... 0.170
Pengrowth Energy Corp ........ 0.039
Questcor Pharmaceuticals ... 0.250
Siemens A G Adr ..................... 3.006
Stewart Enterprises Cl A ....... 0.045
Weis Markets Inc .................. 0.300

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Treasury Bill:

Secondary .............................................1.25
Rate charged by Federal Reserve System
on loans to depository institutions

1 months ...........................................0.10 London Interbank Offered Rate:


1-year, (as of July 15) ......................0.13
3 months ...........................................0.23 3 months ............................................ 0.27 Annualized rate on weekly average basis,
6 months ...........................................0.39 6 months ............................................ 0.40 yield adjusted for constant maturity.

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WEDNESDAY, JULY 17, 2013

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ISSUES & INSIGHTS

WINNER OF THE 2008

Pulitzer Prize

A Tragic Case
Of Racial Arson
Justice: Only about a quarter of the public
closely followed the Zimmerman trial, yet the
media treat it as the event of the century.
They, like their professional agitator cohorts,
thrive on racial animosity.

new Pew Research Center weekend survey


finds that a mere 26% of Americans followed
Zimmermans trial for second degree murder
of Trayvon Martin very closely.
But Al Sharpton, Jesse Jackson, and NAACP chief
Ben Jealous have shown in media appearances that
they are racial arsonists, stoking the flames of racial discord in a country that has virtually eliminated the discrimination that existed before the civil rights era.
Sharpton & Co. are the opposite of civil rights leaders.
Black advancement or success are the last things they
want; they seek racial friction, to profit from it.
Sharpton became known, of course, with the Tawana
Brawley outrage in 1987, in which white police officers
were falsely accused of rape and racist violence. Jealous NAACP this week absurdly called the Trayvon
Martin killing a modern-day lynching, in spite of Zimmerman being Hispanic, not white, and of his tutoring
black children for free.
Consider the facts that negate the medias ludicrous
narrative of Zimmermans not guilty verdict:
The U.S. elected and just re-elected a black president despite his many failures and broken promises.
Celebrity chef Paula Deen lost major corporate endorsements for using a racial epithet decades ago,
proof institutional support for racism is nonexistent.
The U.S. attorney general, the nations chief law enforcement officer, is black, making it impossible to
argue that the establishment is anti-black.
Many publications and other media outlets will
print the f-word, not the n-word even for explanatory purposes fearful of even the whiff of racism.
The white-dominated Occupy movements rent-amob methods were on display in many demonstrations after after the verdict not the big, nationwide
grassroots uprisings many in the media predicted.
If Sharpton, the NAACP and other self-appointed
leaders really cared about those they supposedly
lead, they might answer this question:
Why is Trayvon Martins life more valuable than the
thousands of anonymous black teens gunned down
every year in this country?
The Childrens Defense Fund last year released a report showing that homicide is the leading cause of
death among black teens, and that young black males
get shot dead 2-1/2 times more than Latino males, and
eight times more than white males.
Indeed, as CNS News reported, in the 20 days of the
Zimmerman trial alone, four minors three teens and
a 5-year-old boy were shot dead in Chicago.
Why dont they focus their energies on that crisis
and the generational moral calamity at its root?
George Zimmermans older brother Robert put it
best, speaking to Foxs Greta Van Susteren:
You know, the race profiteers, they have a business
model, the Jesse Jacksons, Al Sharptons, Ben Jealouses of the world, and they have to promote racism in
order to see that they dont become obsolete.

Filibuster Foolishness
Congress: Democrats, led by Majority Leader
Harry Reid, seem intent on pursuing the socalled nuclear option on the Senates filibuster rules. Someday, they might even win.
They should be careful what they wish for.

iven the low esteem of Congress in the publics


eye and the slow-motion collapse of the Democratic Partys Big Government agenda, Reid
and his allies no doubt believe that changing the Senates decades-old filibuster rules is a good idea.
Reids filibuster rule-shift would require a mere majority to approve presidential nominees, instead of the current filibuster-proof 60 votes.
A tentative deal reached on Tuesday that allows a vote
to proceed on the nominations of seven blocked Obama
appointees doesnt resolve the issue. It only puts it off.
This might seem like a mere parliamentary trifle, but
it isnt. Back in 2005, when Reid led the minority Democrats in the Senate and Obama was just another senator,
both spoke passionately in favor of the filibuster.
Now, not so much. Theyve changed their minds.
Lest they forget, the Republicans are looking pretty
good right now for the 2016 elections.
Only half of the seats up for grabs are held by the GOP.
Democrats look vulnerable as New York Times polling guru and blogger Nate Silver recently noted.
Reid & Co. will no doubt scream bloody murder if,
under GOP control of the Senate, their partys rights in
the minority are disrespected or even eliminated.
Unfortunately, getting rid of the filibuster is a longrun project for the progressive wing of the Democrats.
Their ultimate aim is to turn everything into a 51%
vote, counting on their power to recruit new Democrats from the millions of illegal immigrants they plan
to turn into citizens.
Think about that: Thats why our Constitution was
written, and the Bill of Rights added to it. It was to protect the rights of the minority from the political predations of the majority. End that, and our republic dies.
A government run by simple majority is little more
than lynch mob rule justified by ballot; a government in
which the rights of those not in power are protected is a
republic. Thats what Americas Founders designed.
Democrats would be wise not to further tinker with
the filibuster, though a Senate rule it can be changed.
They might be surprised someday to discover its not
the GOP in the permanent minority, as they now hope
and believe, but themselves. What then?

Cuba Remains A Threat To U.S.


National Security: Cuba, long derided in international policy circles as a basket case and no
threat to the U.S., has been caught smuggling
weapons of war to North Korea in blatant violation of U.N. sanctions. This is a wake-up call.

harp-eyed Panamanian authorities, watching the


North Korean freighter Chong Chon Gang since
June, received intelligence it might be shipping illegal drugs, something it had been caught doing before.
As the vessel lumbered into the Atlantic side of the
Panama Canal from Cuba, Panamanian authorities cornered the 450-foot rust-bucket, battled a maniacally violent crew who slashed ship lines to make it hard to unload the ship, and then watched as the ships captain
tried to kill himself before having a heart attack.
After subduing the crew, the Panamanians found no
drugs buried beneath sloppily packed brown sugar, but
did find defensive RSN-75 Fan Song fire-control
radar equipment for SA-2 surface-to-air missiles.
The discovery, and the crews behavior, were signs of
something big the North Koreans didnt want known
weapons smuggling, a violation of both United Nations
sanctions prohibiting all sales of weapons to North
Korea and Panamas own laws governing the canal.
You cannot go around shipping undeclared weapons
of war through the Panama Canal, declared Panamanian President Ricardo Martinelli, a U.S. ally, who tweeted a photo of the illegal shipment for the world to see.
Its significant that the enabler of this violation of international law was none other than Cuba, which has
worked hard to convince the Obama administration to
drop all travel and trade sanctions against it and
which is currently negotiating a migration pact with
the U.S. Its time to stop that right now, and sanction
Cuba further.
The brazen shipment of Russian-made weapons
through Panama signaled that little has changed in
Cuba a state sponsor of global terror that has in fact
been trying to destroy the U.S. since 1962.
This is a serious and alarming incident that reminds
us that the North Korean regime continues to pursue its

nuclear and ballistic programs, and will stop at nothing


in that pursuit, said House Foreign Affairs Subcommittee Chairwoman Ileana Ros-Lehtinen. It also illustrates that the Castro tyranny continues to aid and abet
Americas enemies and continues to pose a national security threat to the United States so long as the Castro
apparatchik holds control over the island.
Its also the work of a rogue state. And at just 90 miles
away, one that is as chillingly close to our shores as it is
warm and friendly to North Korea.
And yet the relationship is nothing new.
Cuba and North Korea are the worlds only two remaining totalitarian communist states.
The New York Times initially suggested the two tyrannies relations had gotten closer in recent years as a result of U.S. sanctions. In reality, the nations tight ties go
back to the first days of Fidel Castros regime in 1959.
Cuban-American writer Humberto Fontova posted
photos of Castro and North Koreas dictators, dating
from 1960, on Babalublog.com.
And when Chiles military freed that country from the
communist regime of Salvador Allende in 1973, General
Augusto Pinochets first diplomatic move was to cut
ties with Cuba and North Korea.
Why? Both had infiltrated the country with tens of
thousands of advisers working in tandem with the
Castro-controlled Allende regime.
Although its unknown why North Korea, a major
weapons exporter, is importing weapons from Cuba
right now, defense analysts speculate that the weapons
may be making their way back to Pyongyang for an upgrade and return to Cuba.
That would be worrisome given that North Korea has
said it means to strike the U.S. on its own home turf.
What better launching pad could it ask for than Cuba?
Twoweeksago, NorthKoreasmilitary commandervisited Cuba to a red-carpet welcome. The visit raises questionsas to what the two discussed and, given the threat
we see now, whether U.S. intelligence was aware of it.
Whatever this is about, its a threat to the U.S. that requires far harder sanctions from both the U.S. and the
United Nations.
Are the scales off the Obama administrations eyes?

Defending An Inalienable Right In Texas


Right To Life: It comes in the Constitution
before liberty and the pursuit of happiness
and may help pick Texas next governor as a
Democratic candidate challenges a late-term
abortion law less restrictive than Europes.

efore the firestorm surrounding George Zimmermans exercising his right to self-defense,
there was Kermit Gosnell, the late-term abortion doctor who was convicted of murdering AfricanAmerican babies who somehow survived his procedure
only to be slain outside the womb.
Unlike Zimmerman, Gosnell received little media concern, though the children he killed would never grow
up to wear a hoodie, and abortion, including the lateterm variety, poses a greater threat to the viability of the
black community than gang bangers and neighborhood
watchmen combined.
The issue of late-term viability that arose in the Gosnell case has become a hot potato with the passage of a
law pushed by outgoing Gov. Rick Perry that bans abortion after 20 weeks of fetal development.
That law was filibustered briefly by Texas state Sen.
Wendy Davis, who is pondering a race to fill Perrys seat
and became a media sensation, appearing on three Sunday talk shows June 30.
Davis has presented this law as part of the war on
women, even though it affects only 1% of all abortions
in Texas.
A quick bit of math and you discover that means at
least 8,000 abortions per year after 20 weeks in the U.S.,
a number that dwarfs all the mass shootings in recent
years that are said to prove the need for gun control.
The 20-week benchmark wasnt pulled out of a hat.
The respected University of Utah expert Maureen Condic recently testified before Congress that at 20 weeks a
fetus can feel pain and has an increase in stress hormones in response to painful experiences along with

other reactions that reflect a mature, bodywide response to pain. It is her view that fetuses deserve the
benefit of the doubt regarding their experience of pain
and protection from cruelty under the law.
The public would seem to agree, as the advent and advances of ultrasound have largely shredded the clump
of cells argument of abortion proponents. A University
of Texas/Texas Tribune poll found 62% of people support the ban. Nationwide, even a recent Huffington
Post/YouGov poll found that 59% support an abortion
ban after 20 weeks. A Gallup poll late last year found
that 64% think abortion should be illegal after 12 weeks.
Once a baby starts looking like a baby, people tend to
think it ought to be protected, a view that seems to be
shared by our enlightened European brethren, showing that Wendy Davis and her allies are the ones out of
step, not Rick Perry and Texas.
A bill in Congress would set the limit at 22 weeks.
Most of Europe has bans on abortion ranging from 10
to 22 weeks, and the major countries have first trimester bans Portugal at 10 weeks, Germany and Spain at
14 weeks, Italy effectively at the end of the first trimester. France is at 14 weeks as well, and it even mandates a
one-week waiting period for all abortions.
Most of these countries also have conscientious-objection clauses designed to protect doctors with moral objections to abortion.
Thanks to medical science, the time it takes for a baby
in the womb to become viable is shrinking. Its been
said that if the Supreme Court in 1973 had seen ultrasound pictures of the unborn, as is routinely done
today, Roe v. Wade would have been decided quite differently.
Indeed, writing the majority opinion back then, Justice Harry Blackmun said: We need not resolve the difficult question of when life begins.
He also wrote that if the unborn life was proved to be a
person, the appellants case, of course, collapses, for
the fetus right to life is then guaranteed.
At least in Texas, it will be through the first 20 weeks.

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WEDNESDAY, JULY 17, 2013

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ON THE LEFT

VIEWPOINT

ON THE RIGHT

Are Black Boys


Denied A Right
To Be Young?

Hybrid Model Can Deliver


Acceptable Postal Reform

Obama Election
Has Not Eased
Racial Tension

EUGENE ROBINSON

EDWARD HUDGINS

ustice failed Trayvon Martin the


night he was killed. We should be
appalled and outraged, but perhaps not surprised, that it failed him
again Saturday night with a verdict setting his killer free.
Our society considers young black
men to be dangerous, interchangeable, expendable, guilty until proven
innocent. This is the conversation
about race that we desperately need to
have but probably, as in the past,
will try our best to avoid.
George Zimmermans acquittal was
set in motion on Feb. 26, 2012, before
Martins body was cold. When Sanford, Fla., police arrived on the scene,
they encountered a grown man who
acknowledged killing an unarmed
17-year-old boy. They did not arrest
the man or test him for drug or alcohol
use. They conducted a less-than-energetic search for forensic evidence.
They hardly bothered to look for witnesses.

One Side To The Story


Only a national outcry forced authorities to investigate the killing seriously.
Even after six weeks, evidence was
found to justify arresting Zimmerman, charging him with second-degree murder and putting him on trial.
But the chance of dispassionately and
definitively establishing what happened that night was probably lost.
The only complete narrative of what
transpired was Zimmermans.
Jurors knew that Zimmerman was
an overeager would-be cop, a self-appointed guardian of the neighborhood
who carried a loaded gun. They were
told that he profiled Martin young,
black, hooded sweatshirt as a criminal. They heard that he stalked Martin
despite the advice of a 911 operator;
that the stalking led to a confrontation; and that, in the confrontation,
Zimmerman fatally shot Martin in the
chest.
The jurors also knew that Martin
was carrying only a bag of candy and a
soft drink. They knew that Martin was
walking from a 7-Eleven to the home
of his fathers girlfriend when he noticed a strange man in an SUV following him.
To me, and to many who watched
the trial, the fact that Zimmerman
recklessly initiated the tragic encounter was enough to establish, at a minimum, guilt of manslaughter. The six
women on the jury disagreed.
Those jurors also knew that Martin,
at the time of his death, was just three
weeks past his 17th birthday. But black
boys in this country are not allowed to
be children. They are assumed to be
men, and to be full of menace.
I dont know if the jury, which included no African-Americans, consciously
or unconsciously bought into this racist way of thinking theres really no
other word. But it hardly matters, because police and prosecutors initially
did.
The assumption underlying their hohum approach to the case was that
Zimmerman had the right to self-defense but Martin young, male, black
did not. The assumption was that
Zimmerman would fear for his life in a
hand-to-hand struggle but Martin
young, male, black would not.

Boys Acting As Men


If anyone wonders why AfricanAmericans feel so passionately about
this case, its because we know that
our 17-year-old sons are boys, not
men. Its because we know their adolescent bravura is just that an imitation of manhood, not the real thing.
We know how frightened our sons
would be, walking home alone on a
rainy night and realizing they were
being followed.
We know how torn they would be between a childs fear and a childs immature idea of manly behavior.
We know how they would struggle
to decide the right course of action,
flight or fight.
And we know that a skinny boy
armed only with candy, no matter how
big and bad he tries to seem, does not
pose a mortal threat to a healthy adult
man who outweighs him by 50 pounds
and has had martial arts training (even
if the lessons were mostly a waste of
money).
We know that the boy may well have
threatened the mans pride, but likely
not his life. How many murders-bysidewalk have you heard of recently?
Or ever?
The conversation we need to have is
about how black men, even black boys,
are denied the right to be young, to be
vulnerable, to make mistakes. We
need to talk about why, for example,
black men are no more likely than
white men to smoke marijuana but
nearly four times as likely to be arrested for it and condemned to a deadend cycle of incarceration and unemployment. I call this racism. What do
you call it?
Trayvon Martin was fighting more
than George Zimmerman that night.
He was up against prejudices as old as
American history, and he never had a
chance.

act: The U.S. Postal Service for decades


has been the butt of lost-in-the-mail jokes
and worse. Fact: Most of us actually like
the individuals who deliver to us that item we
ordered on eBay.
So as Congress debates the future of this
money-losing government monopoly, these
two facts suggest a path that will keep the mail
flowing plus allow for the transformation of the
broader commercial system of which the USPS
is a part.
Everyone saw the communications and information revolution coming. Email, electronic
bill paying, and websites crammed with more
information than you could find in a mountain
of physical magazines, ensured that the USPS
would need to change or die.
Indeed, mail volume peaked in 2000 at 207.9
billion pieces and then dropped to 159.8 billion
in 2012. USPS income actually peaked in 2008
at $74.9 billion and then declined to $65.2 billion last year.
But the big problem was that expenses last
year were $80.9 billion. A large portion of that
$15 billion loss resulted because the USPS is required to put aside money to cover future pension liabilities. But even without those pensions, losses will continue in the future.
The USPS has reduced its number of employees from a peak of nearly 800,000 in 1999 to
528,000 in 2012 through attrition and other
mechanisms. But this is still not enough to
make the USPS solvent.
The fundamental problem with the USPS is
that it has a monopoly on carrying letter mail as
well as on the use of all mail boxes. And it is mandated to deliver mail to every address in the
country.
Why not simply eliminate its monopoly, sell it
off as a whole or in parts to the private sector,
and let the market sort out the specifics of how
mail and packages will be delivered and at what
costs?
The problem is political. Postal Service
unions are very effective at lobbying for the status quo. And many policymakers feel that some
sort of plan is necessary that ensures continued
mail delivery. Right or wrong these concerns
must be addressed.
I was a contributor to a white paper suggesting a hybrid model that can offer real, doable reform. To understand how the current system
can be reformed, think about the actual functions that constitute postal service rather
than the USPS.
First, theres collection of the mail, which is
currently handled by the Postal Service via post
offices and mail boxes. But the private sector
can perform this function through various retail outlets, contract postal units, or self-service
kiosks, with expanded hours and added convenience.

Second, theres mail-processing, sorting the


incoming mail to be transported to the various
locales across the country. The USPS does
share this function with private firms and mail
houses that work with businesses that want the
best efficiency and service but private firms
could do this entirely with significant cost savings.
Third, theres long distance transportation,
for example, carrying mail from the East Coast
to the West Coast. Right now the USPS contracts out this function to private carriers, for
example, by FedEx.
Fourth, there is the final sortation of incoming
mail from across the country for the carriers
working out of local post offices. This work is
currently performed by the USPS but could be
contracted out to the private sector.
Fifth, there is regional transportation of mail
from the final sort facilities to local post offices
for distribution. This function currently is handled entirely by the USPS but could be handled
instead by private providers.
Sixth, there is the last mile service of bringing the mail to your box. This is the function
that currently the USPS performs best. So it is
the obvious function to leave in place while the
rest of the system is reformed.
This hybrid model would be more politically
palatable than other recommendations. Letter
carriers would not feel as threatened. And no
doubt many of the best current USPS managers
would go private.
This plan could cut USPS expenses by half,
about $30 billion. Private firms, which already
provide many postal-related services for lower
costs than does the USPS, would make profits
through still greater efficiencies.
Importantly, simply permitting mailers to pay
for the final sort and final mile delivery functions would go a long way towards implementing such a hybrid system. This is the way the system works today for packages where FedEx
and UPS have a significant share of their packages actually delivered to homes by the USPS.
Would such model be the end-state of the
USPS for decades to come? I have my doubts.
I suspect that technologies undreamt of today
will present challenges for postal services tomorrow. But if the current system is not
changed, we can be certain that the USPS will
be a stumbling block to the most efficient delivery system possible and will restrict the freedom of entrepreneurs who profit by offering
the sort of innovative products and services
that constitute the communications and information revolution today.

00 Hudgins is a senior scholar at the Atlas


Society. This article is based on a workshop
presentation on The Future of the USPS for
Rutgers Universitys Center for Research into
Regulated Industries. Hudgins has edited two
books on postal service reform.

PERSPECTIVE

Central Planners Latest Folly


Runs Predictably Off The Rails
RALPH R. REILAND

ndersocialism,production isentirelydirected by the orders of the central board


of production management, explained
Ludwig von Mises (1881-1973), sociologist, philosopher and Austrian School economist.
Under central planning, intrinsically, the few
do the planning while the many are required to
become cogs in what Mises called an industrial army, a herd of individuals without authentic individuality who are well-trained to be
yielding and unimaginative, bound to obey his
superiors orders.
The problem, aside from this lack of freedom
and power for the majority, is the limited knowledge, an inescapable shortcoming, among the
planners and societal designers.
As F.A. Hayek explained in his book The
Fatal Conceit: The Errors of Socialism: The
curious task of economics is to demonstrate to
men how little they really know about what
they imagine they can design.
We see, for instance, how little the central
planners really knew over the past half-century
about the military victories and nation-building
they imagined they could centrally design in
Vietnam, Cuba, Iraq, Iran, Afghanistan and elsewhere.
We saw, too, how Hillary Clinton in 1993,
with a severe case of fatal conceit, self-importantly imagined how she could successfully redesign the entire American health care system
by holding a series of closed-door meetings
with a small cadre of Ivy League academics
who had basically no medical knowledge, limited business experience and no real appreciation of the central role that individual incentives and personal sovereignty play in a free and
decentralized society, for both health care providers and health care consumers.
The resulting health reform plan was a topdown, command-and-control system, simultaneously coercive, punitive, complex, politically
nave and economically destructive, the core of
which was a mandate for employers to provide
health insurance coverage for all their employees, regardless of their ability of pay.
Asked by Virginia Congressman Norman Sisisky what could be done to ease the burden of
her health care mandates on small businesses,
Mrs. Clinton retorted in her best let-em-eatcake style, I cant go out and save every undercapitalized entrepreneur in America.
What her condescending reply didnt acknowledge was how it was precisely her plans
costly mandates on employers that would directly cause a certain portion of Americas en-

trepreneurs to become undercapitalized.


In short, the undercapitalizations that her
mandate would inevitably cause, plus the resulting bankruptcies, business retrenchments and
job losses, werent her problem.
And Hillary Clintons verdict on business owners who couldnt afford to give 100% health
care coverage to 100% of their employees?
Where I come from, freeloaders and free riders get no respect, she proclaimed.
The message from central planning was loud
and clear: Go out of business if you cant pay for
our vision.
Now, two decades after Hillary Clintons central planning debacle, the ill-designed ObamaCare system is similarly running off the rails on
its way to implementation.
On July 2, the Obama administration announced a postponement of the employer mandate, to 2015, a key funding source for ObamaCare. That surprise policy change (an illegal action by the administration, since it violates the
law passed by Congress) was soon followed by
an announcement from the Department of
Health and Human Services that it wont attempt to verify individual eligibility for ObamaCare subsidies.
That now makes ObamaCare a plan that dries
up its funding while simultaneously setting in
motion a half-baked honor system scheme
thats sure to increase the level of fraudulent
handouts.
And still, the central planners plod along, displaying more faith than knowledge, unwilling
to recognize what Nobel Prize-winning economist Milton Friedman so succinctly explained:
The greatest advances of civilization, whether in architecture or painting, in science and literature, in industry or agriculture, have never
come from centralized government.

00 Reiland is associate professor of economics


and B. Kenneth Simon professor of free enterprise at Robert Morris University in Pittsburgh.

A Random Thought
From Thomas Sowell
Although many people have been
surprised and disappointed by Barack
Obama, it is hard to think of a
president whose policies were more
predictable from his history, however
radically different those policies are
from his rhetoric.

DENNIS PRAGER

he greatest hope most Americans including Republicans


had when Barack Obama was
elected president was that the election
of a black person as the countrys president would reduce, if not come close
to eliminating, the racial tensions that
have plagued America for generations.
This has not happened. The election,
and even the re-election, of a black
man as president, in a country that is
87% nonblack a first in human history has had no impact on what are
called racial tensions.
In case there was any doubt about
this, the reactions to the George Zimmerman trial have made it clear.
The talk about open season on
blacks, about blacks like Trayvon Martin being victims of nothing more than
racial profiling and about a racist criminal justice system, has permeated
black life and the left-wing mainstream media.
I put quotation marks around the
term racial tensions because the
term is a falsehood.
This term is stated as if whites and
blacks are equally responsible for
these tensions, as if the mistrust is morally and factually equivalent. But this
is not at all the case.
Racial tensions is a lie perpetrated
by the left. A superb example is when
the New York Times described the
1991 black anti-Semitic riots in Crown
Heights, Brooklyn, as racial tensions.
For those who do not recall, or who
only read, viewed or listened to mainstream media reports, what happened
was that mobs of blacks attacked Jews
for three days after a black boy was accidentally hit and killed by a car driven
by a Chasidic Jew.
A Brandeis University historian, Edward S. Shapiro, who wrote a book on
the events, described those black attacks on innocent Jews as the most serious anti-Semitic incident in American history.
Blacks stabbed a Jewish student to
death, injured other Jews, and
screamed, Heil Hitler! and Death
to the Jews! while carrying signs
with messages such as Hitler didnt
finish the job.
And how did the New York Times report the most serious anti-Semitic incident in American history?
As racial tensions.
One of the Times reporters who covered those riots was Ari Goldman,
now a professor of journalism at Columbia University.
Last year, 11 years after the riots, this
is how Goldman described his former
newspapers reporting of the events:
In all my reporting during the riots,
I never saw or heard of any violence by Jews against blacks. But the
Times was dedicated to this version of
events: Blacks and Jews clashing amid
racial tensions.
As a New York Times editorial described the black attacks: The violence following an auto accident in
Crown Heights reminds all New Yorkers that the citys race relations remain
dangerously strained.
That was the entire lefts take:
strained relations between blacks
and Jews. Racial tensions. Both
sides equally at fault.
Once one understands that racial
tensions is a euphemism for a black
animosity toward whites and a leftwing construct, one begins to understand why the election of a black president has had no impact on most blacks
or on the left.
Since neither black animosity nor
the lefts falsehood of racial tensions
is based on the actual behavior of the
vast majority of white Americans,
nothing white America could do will
affect either many blacks perceptions
or the leftist libel.
That is why hopes that the election of
a black president would reduce racial
tensions were naive. Though a white
person is far more likely to be murdered by a black person than vice
versa, all it took was one tragic death of
a black kid to reignite the hatred that
many blacks and virtually all black
leaders have toward white America.
Letsput this in perspective. Ben Jealous of the NAACP, Al Sharpton of
MSNBC, Jesse Jackson, and the leftwing media compete to incite hatred
of America generally and white Americaspecifically. Over what? Atragic incident in which a Hispanic man (regularly labeled white) said, with all physical evidence to support him, that fearing for his life, he killed a black 17-yearold (regularly labeled a child).
The very fact that George Zimmerman who is as white as Barack
Obama is labeled white bears testimony to the left-wing agenda of blaming white America and to the desire of
many blacks to vent anger at whites.
And that is why the election of a
black president has meant nothing.
Indeed, to those whose lives and/or
ideologies are predicated on labeling
America and its white population as
racist, it wouldnt matter if half the
Senate, half the House and half the governors were black.

STOCK OPTIONS

A14 WEDNESDAY, JULY 17, 2013


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p2700 150 0 05 12 1 26 25 6 33
p2750
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p2775 13 0 13 139 2 64 42 11 28
p2850 553 0 15 681 5 10 2 17 80
p2875 64 0 20 610 6 65 20 20 68
p2900 167 0 30 803 8 27 122 25 90
p2925 27 0 40 2.2k 11 10 26 39
p2935 980 0 35 6 11 .... ....
p2950 90 0 40 1.5k 14 1.5k 33 50
p2960 757 0 50 1 14 42 .... ....
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p2990 189 0 81 .... .... .... ....
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p3015 162 1 48 .... .... .... ....
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p3045 155 5 90 26 37 65 .... ....
c3050 147 28 29 88 60 66 44 81 33
p3050 574 6 30 145 39 41 43 65
c3075 1.8k 15 88 13 44 47 1.9k 71
p3075 1.6k 12 16 49 08 2.6k 74 65
c3100 703 5 40 33 30 79 24 57 90
c3125 139 1 34 109 23 50 4 46 40
c3175 141 0 13 75 9 93 27 27 55
c3250 40 0 05 550 2 35 15 11 60
Rus2000
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p900 199 0 02 325 0 75 132 3 87
p910
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p915
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p920 405 0 05 712 1 24 2.0k 5 38
p925
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p930 110 0 06 277 1 60 1 6 41
p935 161 0 05 460 1 77 .... ....
p940 205 0 05 656 2 06 28 7 77
p945
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p950 131 0 10 1.1k 2 40 48 8 96
p955 143 0 10 535 2 76 15 8 40
p960
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2,147,080
1,300,455
642,743
1,507,671
5,766,269 156,735,996

117,651
2,088,378
914,311
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c23 671 0 07 3.9k 0 54 207 0 86
Alcoa
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p8
603 0 03 4.1k 0 15 75 0 34
AlpAlerMLP
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p17
no tr 11k 0 15 9 0 40
p18
no tr 5.0k 0 45 no tr
Amazn mini
Close 306.87 Oct
p300 4.2k 0 87 527 9 55 20 14 30
c320 4.3k 0 24 141 7 10 49 11 75
Amazon
Close 306.87 Oct
c315 5.2k 0 65 108 8 97 15 13 60
AntaresP
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Apple mini
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p410 3.4k 0 16 651 7 05 20 13 50
p415 6.2k 0 27 675 8 65 121 15 60
p420 13k 0 58 409 7 80 86 17 50
c420 5.2k 10 85 1.2k 19 10 338 25 34
p425 14k 1 43 414 12 73 401 20 40
c425 13k 6 60 1.2k 16 15 291 22 77
p430 15k 3 20 822 15 14 254 22 45
c430 25k 3 45 1.2k 13 34 631 20 25
c435 15k 1 46 758 10 95 394 17 90
c440 14k 0 59 902 8 95 116 15 85
c445 5.8k 0 27 341 7 12 7 14
c450 3.7k 0 15 1.0k 5 70 218 12
ArcelorMit
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c12 14k 0 32 13k 0 66 no tr
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c115 4.4k 2 50 2 4 20 2 5 90
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p70 8.8k 0 50 4.0k 2 45 122 4
p72 50 10k 1 10 1.7k 3 50 28 5 10
p75 8.5k 2 05 3.7k 4 60 676 6 20
c75 3.4k 1 65 247 4 09 60 5 70
p77 50 3.9k 3 60 1.1k 5 90 20 7 60
c77 50 3.3k 0 80 2.7k 2 90 4 4 40
Baidu Inc
Close 105.69 Sep
c100 4.5k 7 50 934 8 50 282 10 24
c105 6.7k 1 92 678 5 65 489 7 30
c110 7.2k 0 41 1.3k 3 50 419 5
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c16 50 3.6k 0 97 183 1 38 no tr
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p17 28k 0 20 6.7k 0 89 10k 1 53
c17 50 16k 0 36 4.0k 0 80 no tr
p17 50 6.3k 0 48 1.7k 0 97 no tr
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p21 2.7k 0 07 3.7k 0 57 20 1 07
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c13 68k 0 28 14k 0 58 731 0 60
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c25 4.2k 1 35 3.9k 2 04 528 2 27
c26 16k 0 46 6.2k 1 42 1.0k 1 70
c26 50 6.9k 0 19 1.0k 1 02 no tr
p26 6.3k 0 15 1.6k 1 10 311 1 36
c27 10k 0 05 4.5k 0 92 1.3k 1 19
p27 5.6k 0 65 1.1k 1 60 496 1 89
c30 1.1k 0 07 3.2k 0 11 16k 0 34
FedEx
Close 103.51 Oct
c100 153 3 62 120 5 3.5k 7 35
FM C&G
Close 28.26 Nov
p28 853 0 16 3.4k 0 88 26 2 05
c29 925 0 06 4.8k 0 70 113 1 61
FootLockr
Close 36.41 Nov
c35 9.2k 1 35 10 1 74 no tr
FordMot
Close 16.60 Sep
p16 50 5.7k 0 13 1.4k 0 50 no tr
c16 4.7k 0 60 4.5k 0 86 2.6k 1 03
p17 5.3k 0 63 701 0 84 738 1 07
c17 5.5k 0 05 7.9k 0 34 10k 0 51
FstSolar
Close 48.91 Sep
c50 4.4k 0 55 662 3 35 274 4 38
Gap
Close 44.67 Sep
24
c45
10 0 32 1 13 5.0k 1 89
c50
no tr no tr 5.0k 0 42
Gen El
Close 23.43 Sep
p23 6.7k 0 12 2.8k 0 31 945 0 58
c23 50 12k 0 24 no tr no tr
c24 4.6k 0 09 4.6k 0 25 1.1k 0 41
GenworthF
Close 12.78 Sep
c12 3.8k 0 77 372 1 08 109 1 22
GoldmnS
Close 160.24 Oct
p160 5.5k 1 46 1.1k 4 115 7 50
c160 7.9k 1 69 1.7k 4 28 246 7 55
c165 8.9k 0 28 2.2k 2 19 450 5 15
DollarGn

c65

DxGldBull

Exp. Strike
Last
Date Price Vol Price

cJan15 15 755 3 95

cJan14 70 1.1k 4 50

6.43 Deere

BcoSantand

83.96

4.43 cJan14 7 878 0 35 pJan14 85 932 6 30


13.02
75.68 Dell Inc
cJan15 5 787 1 05 BedBath
pJan15 2 50 12.0k cJan15 70 869 12 35 cJan15 15 745 0 24
43
0
cJan15 75 1.1k 9 80 pJan15 12 1.1k 0 76

AMD

AK Steel

5.44

cJan14 5 2.1k 1 16
AmIntlGrp

46.24

cJan15 50 735 5 33
ArchDan

35.71

pJan14 35 746 2 19
Baidu Inc

105.69

pJan15
cJan15
cJan15
3
cJan15
pJan15
pJan15
cJan15
cJan15

10 1.7k 0 54
17 1.7k 0 89
12
12.8k
15
15
12
20
10

pJan14 80 1.5k 2 45 CenturLink


cJan14 115 5.3k 7 95 cJan15 40
Bar iP SPX

17.41 Citigrp

pJan14 10 2.2k 0 22
BarickG

16.02

pJan15 50
pJan14 50

pJan15 10 741 1 10 CitrixSy


pJan15 13 3.0k 2 30 pJan14 57 50

3.6k
2.0k
3.6k
1.0k
819

Exp. Strike
Last
Date Price Vol Price

cJan15
cJan14
cJan15
cJan15
cJan14
0 98

12
18
20
17
17

26.32 FstSolar

13.92 Facebook

3.34 Bk of Am

pJan14 3 50 3.0k 0 67
pJan15 2 50 4.2k 0 70
AlphaNRs

Aug

p44

Exp. Strike
Last
Date Price Vol Price

6 90 cJan14 60
1 20 GenMotors
1 48 cJan14 42
2 25 GreenMtC
2 71 pJan14 62 50
1 83 pJan14 38
FM C&G
28.26 pJan14 40
cJan15 34 3.0k 2 10 pJan14 50
cJan14
cJan14
cJan14
cJan14
cJan14
cJan14

1 49
2 50
1 06
0 40
4 45 FordMot
36.27 cJan14
2.1k 1 35 cJan15
51.83 cJan14
1.0k 5 85 cJan14
1.2k 3 cJan14
66.48 cJan14
766 2 40 cJan14

20
30
29
27
26
28

7.9k
2.3k
1.2k
1.0k
3.1k
1.1k

16.60 HeclaMn

14
15
15
13
16
12
20

796
1.3k
1.7k
984
2.3k
1.1k
747

20 Most Active Index Options

3 20 2 9 41
3 81 1 12 10
4 10 97 13 20
4 50 3.6k 14 10
100 45 102

P Strike
Last
Last
Last
C Price Vol. Price Vol. Price Vol. Price

Aug

Stock
Options Leaders

Aug

51 0 05 262
10 0 05 4.3k
4.5k 0 50 2.1k
2.9k 0 10 3.1k
7 98 65 162

p1555
p1565
p1570
p1575
c1575
108
p1580
c1600
p1600
p1605
c1625
p1625
p1635
c1655
p1655
c1705
c1710
c1780
c1800
c1850

194 0 64 154 5 2 14 18
1.0k 76 05 598 80 30 3 89
4.0k 0 20 8.7k 6 60 2.0k 18 30
260 0 20 159 7 50 .... ....
7.7k 52 20 45 56 80 8 69 28
3.4k 0 35 3.3k 10 95 2.3k 24
1.7k 0 60 215 13 45 1.5k 26 20
251 23 11 32 60 .... ....
2.1k 1 90 66 12 .... ....
7.5k 0 70 79 5 90 .... ....
2.8k 0 40 521 5 33 36 19 88
.... .... 311 0 70 365 3 89
50 0 05 317 0 55 92 2 40
.... .... 150 0 20 5 0 85
SPX500 PM
Close 1676.26 Sep
p1375 .... .... 1.5k 0 30 4.9k 1 50
p1390 .... .... 25 0 35 255 1 80
p1400 28 0 05 166 0 40 2.0k 2
10
1 0 20 2.5k 2 61
p1440 844 0
p1450 1.2k 0 10 4.7k 0 25 353 3 44
p1480 29 0 05 318 0 92 6 4 90
05
p1540 613 0 1.4k 2 70 11 9 28
p1545 391 0 05 1.0k 1 15 9 49
p1560 247 0 40 7.0k 3 50 26 10 80
c1560 722 114 15 .... .... 10
120 90
p1585 249 0 15 3.0k 5 45 10 14 15
p1590 8.7k 0 79 1.4k 5 83 176 15 50
p1595 269 0 15 902 6 35 10 15 75
p1610 4.8k 1 50 2.2k 8 75 3 20
c1610 139 64 15 121 70 .... ....
p1615 671 0 25 119 9 20 3 21 15
p1620 1.0k 0 30 1.5k 10 55 20 05
c1620 146 55 51 53 62 75 .... ....
p1630 3.3k 0 50 511 6 30 .... ....
p1640 2.3k 0 75 1.5k 13 90 1.8k 28 40
c1640 262 35 89 44 48 28 56 90
p1645 2.3k 1 133 8 70 161 30 06
c1645 391 32 10 17 43 50 1 55 35
c1650 25k 27 40 6.3k 39 75 17k 51 50
p1650 32k 1 35 14k 17 30 22k 31 35
c1660 1.0k 18 30 162 32 25 18 44 90
p1660 5.8k 2 77 95 20 53 .... ....
c1665 752 14 67 39 29 20 610 40 50
p1665 6.0k 4 30 907 15 30 558 38 50
c1670 2.9k 11 40 440 27 35 19k 40
p1670 5.8k 5 14k 23 70 18k 39
c1675 6.4k 8 10 859 24 05 14k 37 08
p1675 3.2k 13 50 2.3k 26 30 7.4k 42
c1680 6.7k 6 30 1.3k 22 999 34 75
p1680 1.4k 10 28 112 20 30 733 43 80
c1685 4.7k 3 90 522 19 7 30 70
p1690 131 23 90 62 34 40 .... ....
c1690 3.6k 2 80 632 17 20 25 29 10
c1695 7.4k 1 65 147 9 80 20 28 70
c1700 15k 1 10 5.0k 12 90 1.2k 23 70
p1700 37 25 50 145 39 43 1 50 50
c1715 1.5k 0 25 1.3k 8 .... ....
c1720 2.6k 0 20 286 6 62 22 16 90
c1725 919 0 15 3.6k 5 75 818 15 13
Put
c1730 3.5k 0 10 648 4 72 27 13
Open
c1735 3.0k 0 10 4.7k 3 95 4 12 22
Interest c1740 232 0 10 3.0k 3 30 40 11
c1745 2.3k 0 05 4.3k 2 50 8 9 45
c1750 50 0 05 1.4k 2 34 3.0k 8 30
c1755 174 0 05 4.8k 1 99 57 7 40
c1760 143 0 05 297 1 60 129 6 50
c1775 48 0 10 1.0k 1 70 4 50
c1790 .... .... 3 0 64 362 3 10
141,554,049 c1875 .... .... .... .... 265 0 50

P Strike
Last
Last
Last
C Price Vol. Price Vol. Price Vol. Price

Aug

21stCFoxA

Jul

150 0 20 428 6 35 61 16 05
213 0 24 91 7 10 20 15 50
91 38 89 295 45 99 11 57 14
721 0 33 647 8 30 22 18 79
150 0 48 82 9 70 10 20 10
179 31 43 342 37 84 .... ....
462 0 59 411 10 38 78 20 95
558 20 43 80 31 30 32 40 20
665 1 28 167 13 37 35 24 94
4.1k 12 11 486 24 81 3.3k 35
3.6k 2 89 418 16 90 3.3k 27 90
625 8 46 28 21 60 196 31 70
544 4 50 52 18 10 203 30 60
1.0k 5 20 659 18 75 275 29 15
166 6 74 466 20 93 165 32 90
680 3 20 70 15 95 16 26 58
1.7k 1 90 1.5k 13 46 742 23 84
519 0 94 120 11 58 3 21 37
1.8k 0 44 595 9 90 123 19 70
543 0 20 141 7 93 27 17 65
1.3k 0 10 1.8k 6 65 172 14 90
204 0 05 122 5 18 20 14 74
153 0 05 2.7k 4 13 162 12
43 0 03 373 2 63 101 9 07
.... .... 186 2 04 .... ....
.... .... 636 1 63 282 7 20
.... .... 194 1 26 .... ....
.... .... 491 1 03 25 5 07
.... .... 920 0 68 33 3 81
.... .... 198 0 47 241 2 64
.... .... 130 0 30 24 2
Close 752.07 Sep
285 0 05 25 0 40 .... ....
205 0 15 2 4 .... ....
158 0 75 39 7 40 .... ....
355 1 30 .... .... .... ....
203 4 70 77 10 80 2 16 78
371 3 108 11 40 11 17 10
185 2 30 4 8 25 .... ....
166 0 70 24 6 40 7 12
130 0 15 50 3 10 10 7 25
Close 1676.26 Sep
.... .... .... .... 404 1 20
.... .... 11 0 20 219 1 25
.... .... .... .... 304 1 35
.... .... 250 0 15 504 1 40
.... .... 55 0 30 504 1 60
.... .... .... .... 205 1 65
945 0 05 1.0k 0 55 20 2 50
4.0k 0 05 130 0 35 1.8k 2 70
22 0 05 9.5k 0 80 1.7k 4 40
1.6k 0 10 75 0 40 15 4 95
63 0 15 741 1 30 66 5
24 0 15 3.9k 1 35 6.2k 5 99
1.2k 0 20 19 1 24 24 5 95
41 0 05 5.2k 1 60 2 6 74
87 0 05 1.2k 1 80 2 7
1.1k 0 05 1.0k 1 90 11k 7 95
564 0 05 365 0 80 6 8 24
928 0 05 408 2 55 2 8 73
2.3k 0 35 6.0k 3 10 6.3k 10
171 129 95 4 126 25
....

INVESTORS.COM

Comprehensive volume and prices for Tuesday, July 16, 2013.


Investors Business Daily shows options in a time-saving alphabetical
list, with expiration month in the first column. Closing prices are as
of 4 p.m. Eastern and do not reflect after-hours settlements/trading.

SPX500 PM
SPX500 PM
SPX500 PM
SPX500 PM
SPX500 PM
SPX500 PM
SPX500 PM
SPX500 PM
SPX500 PM
SPX500 PM
SPX500
SPX500
SPX500
SPX500 PM
SPX500
SPX500
SPX500 PM
SPX500 PM
SPX500 PM
SPX500 PM

Jul
Jul
Sep
Sep
Sep
Sep
Jul
Aug
Sep
Aug
Sep
Aug
Aug
Jul
Jul
Jul
Sep
Jul
Aug
Jul

1650
1650
1650
1670
1670
1650
1700
1650
1675
1670
1525
1475
1600
1590
1625
1705
1675
1695
1560
1680

Put
Call
Put
Call
Put
Call
Call
Put
Call
Put
Put
Put
Put
Put
Call
Call
Put
Call
Put
Call

Index
Price

Optn
Price

Optn
Chg.

Vol

1676.26
1676.26
1676.26
1676.26
1676.26
1676.26
1676.26
1676.26
1676.26
1676.26
1676.26
1676.26
1676.26
1676.26
1676.26
1676.26
1676.26
1676.26
1676.26
1676.26

1.35
27.40
31.35
40.00
39.00
51.50
1.10
17.30
37.08
23.70
7.95
0.80
6.60
0.79
52.20
0.70
42.00
1.65
3.50
6.30

+ 0.05
6.10
+ 3.35
3.15
+ 2.80
4.35
1.30
+ 2.50
2.92
+ 2.90
+ 1.10
..
+ 0.90
+ 0.14
6.40
0.90
+ 4.00
1.80
+ 0.68
3.50

32451
25712
22048
19499
18907
17275
15564
14895
14859
14709
11354
9551
8746
8733
7708
7519
7489
7445
7051
6799

20 Most Active Stock Options

Last
Last
Last
P Strike
C Price Vol. Price Vol. Price Vol. Price

Jul

P Strike
Last
Last
Last
C Price Vol. Price Vol. Price Vol. Price

Aug

Jul

Close 72.01 Sep


4.2k 0 72 10k 5 36 12 6 45
4.6k 0 43 2.6k 5 10 110 6
1.4k 3 40 8.0k 7 86 40 8 80
Groupon
Close 8.31 Oct
c6
6 2 39 1 2 44 4.0k 2 51
HeclaMn
Close 3.04 Sep
c3 5.6k 0 08 822 0 25 54 0 33
HewlettPk
Close 26.45 Nov
p26 6.1k 0 12 710 0 74 91 1 92
HimaxTch
Close 5.70 Sep
70
c5
21k 0 35 0 82 22 0 98
IBM
Close 193.85 Oct
98
p185 3.7k 0 354 2 34 231 5 05
p190 5.4k 2 29 407 3 87 88 6 85
Intel
Close 24.25 Oct
p22 1.4k 0 03 3.3k 0 18 20k 0 54
c23 50 7.7k 0 90 no tr no tr
p23 50 4.7k 0 22 no tr no tr
c23 4.5k 1 32 2.1k 1 42 691 1 82
p23 7.4k 0 13 2.7k 0 38 673 0 82
c24 6.0k 0 58 3.8k 0 79 1.3k 1 24
c24 50 4.4k 0 32 no tr no tr
p24 4.7k 0 36 7.1k 0 74 10k 1 24
c25 4.0k 0 15 4.7k 0 37 3.1k 0 77
iSh Kor
Close 54.81 Oct
p51
no tr 6.4k 0 41 no tr
iSh20 TB
Close 108.66 Sep
44
p108 6.6k 0 384 1 67 3.2k 2 69
iShBrazil
Close 43.29 Sep
p40
25 0 05 4.8k 0 45 507 0 90
p41 159 0 06 4.6k 0 64 67 1 08
p42 50 5.5k 0 25 no tr no tr
iShDJHm
Close 22.97 Oct
c23 115 0 25 10k 0 92 38 1 45
c25
2 0 03 4.6k 0 25 4 0 64
iShEmMkt
Close 39.50 Sep
p32 50 no tr 9.0k 0 06 2 0 22
p36
18 0 02 58k 0 25 2.0k 0 61
p38 50 7.4k 0 11 520 0 50 256 1 20
p38 5.3k 0 08 61k 0 61 436 1 04
p39 12k 0 21 2.9k 0 92 11k 1 39
p39 50 3.7k 0 41 1.1k 1 14 255 1 61
c40 2.0k 0 22 2.5k 0 88 6.0k 1 29
c40 50 79 0 27 9.8k 0 60 694 1 06
c41 50 1 0 04 11k 0 35 1.5k 0 71
c42 50 10 0 01 10k 0 16 786 0 41
c42
59 0 03 1.1k 0 24 10k 0 54
iShiBxHYB
Close 92.72 Sep
c93 5.1k 0 20 211 0 62 10 0 85
iShMexico
Close 65.58 Sep
p62
65 0 06 10k 0 86 no tr
iShRlEst
Close 68.50 Sep
p68 8.1k 0 32 150 1 16 911 1 86
c69 5.5k 0 24 2.5k 1 04 53 1 57
iShRs2000
Close 103.06 Nov
p84
10 0 01 5.2k 0 03 no tr
p94
38 0 02 5.4k 0 24 92 1 93
p96 105 0 02 18k 0 38 2 2 38
p97 4.4k 0 02 6.3k 0 51 no tr
p99 2.2k 0 19 5.0k 0 83 11 3 19
p100 5.9k 0 26 13k 1 02 119 3 53
p101 50 6.4k 0 22 no tr no tr
c101 4.1k 2 37 217 3 41 6 5 42
p101 10k 0 41 43k 1 23 63 3 94
p102 6.1k 0 28 4.1k 1 05 no tr
c103 50 6.3k 0 46 no tr no tr
p103 13k 0 60 47k 1 94 2 4 72
p103 50 7.5k 0 89 no tr no tr
c103 4.5k 0 68 3.3k 1 51 no tr
p104 3.6k 1 14 2.7k 2 37 no tr
c104 6.2k 0 30 2.7k 1 54 32 3 61
p106 253 2 90 3.9k 3 69 no tr
c106 761 0 03 7.8k 0 76 3 2 90
iShsChi25
Close 33.62 Nov
c33 50 3.5k 0 41 87 1 06 62 1 96
iShSilver
Close 19.33 Oct
c20 2.7k 0 06 22k 0 41 23 0 91
c21 50 no tr 3.4k 0 12 9 0 42
JohnJn
Close 90.40 Oct
c90 4.4k 0 81 1.8k 1 63 1.0k 2 59
p90 4.3k 0 33 1.0k 1 21 445 2 72
JPMorgCh
Close 55.01 Sep
p55 3.6k 0 36 2.0k 1 19 287 1 76
c55 5.5k 0 39 1.9k 1 23 677 1 84
c55 50 3.7k 0 17 no tr no tr
c56 6.7k 0 07 no tr no tr
LamarAdv
Close 44.60 Oct
p40
no tr no tr 3.9k 1 20
c41 3.9k 3 60 no tr no tr
GreenMtC

p70
c75
p75

Exp. Strike
Last
Date Price Vol Price

1.1k 4 90 cJan14 67 5.2k 0 46


43.29
717 0 63 iShBrazil
2.1k 0 95 pJan14 43 1.3k 3 15
1.4k 1 89 cJan14 43 1.0k 3 20
39.50
31.3k iShEmMkt
cJan14 39 3.9k 2 66
48.91 pJan14 38 1.4k 2 08
1.0k 4 pJan14 36 1.4k 1 45
36.18 pJan14 39 5.3k 2 44
5.0k 0 87 iShMexico
65.58
72.01 pJan14 65 4.0k 5
2.2k 7 90 iShRlEst
68.50
89
710 1
cJan15 80 1.0k 1 37
2.4k 2 17 pJan15 80 1.0k 15 72
1.0k 4 10 iShSilver
19.33
3.04 cJan15 24 6.0k 1 33
3.0k 0 53 cJan15 35 1.8k 0 37
4.67 cJan15 23
18.9k
1 57
3.0k 0 52

Aug

no tr 3.9k 3 30
Close 17.28 Oct
c17
62 0 54 3.4k 0 53 18 0 91
c18 415 0 05 13k 0 27 280 0 52
MGIC Inv
Close 6.11 Sep
c6 5.1k 0 16 2.5k 0 46 41 0 60
MGM Mir
Close 15.70 Sep
c16 6.6k 0 08 838 0 52 418 0 76
MicronT
Close 00.00 Oct
c13 50 3.9k 0 24 342 0 59 no tr
c14 6.6k 0 11 3.7k 0 66 352 1 14
03
c15 8.1k 0 632 0 36 726 0 86
Microsft
Close 36.27 Oct
c33 10k 3 20 58 3 35 29 3 66
p34 473 0 06 14k 0 27 598 0 75
c35 7.2k 1 43 2.0k 1 68 2.0k 2 09
p35 50 4.7k 0 26 no tr no tr
c36 50 7.1k 0 44 no tr no tr
p36 6.9k 0 43 1.2k 0 89 755 1 53
c36 7.8k 0 69 1.7k 1 02 1.5k 1 55
c37 8.1k 0 26 2.6k 0 54 792 1 06
p37 1.0k 0 98 5.7k 1 40 103 2 06
MktVGold
Close 25.65 Sep
p23 50 4.6k 0 05 441 0 53 no tr
p24 5.5k 0 08 5.7k 0 66 159 1 21
p25 4.5k 0 26 393 1 03 1.9k 1 63
c25 5.3k 0 89 1.4k 1 66 788 2 26
c26 6.5k 0 32 784 1 16 2.1k 1 75
c26 50 4.0k 0 18 1.0k 0 90 no tr
c27 4.8k 0 08 1.0k 0 76 509 1 33
MorgStan
Close 26.38 Oct
p18
no tr no tr 5.0k 0 12
p24 1.0k 0 05 106 0 28 7.0k 0 83
c25 5.8k 1 55 338 1 86 656 2 54
c26 7.1k 0 81 225 1 17 223 1 83
MV OilSvc
Close 44.76 Sep
p43
1 0 04 4.2k 0 55 no tr
NeptuneTc
Close 3.69 Nov
c2 50
2 1 05 13k 1 40 no tr
c4
no tr 16k 0 40 no tr
Netflix
Close 260.48 Sep
p245 4.9k 0 51 100 15 70 22 20 05
p250 5.9k 1 15 90 18 24 55 22 50
p255 3.9k 2 40 237 20 30 23 85
p260 5.6k 4 45 364 22 73 59 26 40
c260 3.9k 4 90 535 23 10 224 26 70
c265 5.8k 2 75 346 20 75 81 23 60
c270 8.9k 1 45 266 19 02 59 21 45
c275 3.3k 0 76 997 17 03 82 20 61
NewflExp
Close 26.16 Sep
p30
no tr no tr 3.6k 4 10
NewOriEd
Close 23.99 Oct
c17 4.7k 7 05 no tr no tr
c18 5.8k 6 05 no tr no tr
NewsCpA o
Close 30.22 Oct
c33 128 0 90 no tr 7.0k 2 10
NII Hldg
Close 7.76 Sep
c7 4.2k 0 90 17 1 25 55 1 55
c9
10k 0 10 33 0 35 20 0 64
NobleCp
Close 39.55 Sep
p36 4.0k 0 13 40 0 51 2 0 94
NokiaCp
Close 4.00 Oct
c4 5.2k 0 15 950 0 25 495 0 41
c4 50 4.1k 0 04 1.0k 0 11 272 0 23
p4 8.3k 0 15 1.7k 0 25 2.2k 0 44
p4 50 407 0 55 4.1k 0 61 2.0k 0 77
NorSo
Close 76.16 Sep
c77 50 2.2k 0 20 205 1 36 9.6k 2
NwmtMn
Close 28.45 Sep
c27 50 3.4k 1 06 no tr no tr
OnyxPh
Close 132.71 Nov
c135 4.9k 0 65 476 3 80 917 7 50
OpkoHlth
Close 7.44 Sep
c6
no tr no tr 16k 1 40
Penney
Close 17.13 Nov
p13
no tr
3 0 09 4.1k 0 43
c19 171 0 01 7.4k 0 31 12 1 05
Petrobrs
Close 13.42 Oct
c14 489 0 05 3.7k 0 39 47 0 77
Pfizer
Close 28.68 Sep
p29 3.1k 0 40 4.6k 0 93 60 1 05
ProctGam
Close 80.97 Oct
c70 5.4k 11 350 11 no tr
c72 50 88k 8 45 1.5k 8 50 6 8 66
c75 83k 5 95 8.6k 6 no tr
c77 50 66k 3 45 300 3 58 169 4 55
p80 5.0k 0 35 2.4k 1 42 198 2 69
c80 37k 0 96 2.1k 1 82 639 2 90
p85 5.0k 4 61 115 4 75 no tr
c85 5.0k 0 01 156 0 25 802 0 94
c44

no tr

LeapWire

Exp. Strike
Last
Date Price Vol Price

Exp. Strike
Last
Date Price Vol Price

pJan14 47 1.9k 1 01 MorgStan


pJan15 52 50 795 5 75 pJan15 13
cJan15 60 3.0k 3 30 NobleCp
LeapWire
17.28 cJan14 45
pJan15 17 712 3 25 cJan15 45
pJan15 15 906 0 58 NokiaCp
LionsGate
31.94 cJan15 5 50
cJan14 32 1.0k 3 30 cJan15 4
LVSands
54.99 cJan15 4 50
25
pJan14 44 1.2k 1 32 pJan15 4
pJan14 46 944 1 66 NuverraE
MagHRes
3.76 cJan14 4
cJan15 5 1.5k 0 86 pJan14 4
Mellanox

50.25 NwmtMn

cJan14 55 880 5 90
MetLife

48.06

55 Put
SP Consum
Sep
ProctGam
Jul
75 Call
SPDR Jum
Aug 170 Call
SPDR Jum
Aug 160 Put
SPDR Jum
Aug 165 Put
ProctGam
Jul
80 Call
Bk of Am
Aug
15 Call
SPDR Jum
Jul 165 Put
SP500 mini
Aug 175 Call
SP500 mini
Sep 175 Call
Apple mini
Jul 430 Call
P Strike
Last
Last
Last iShSilver
Aug
20 Call
C Price Vol. Price Vol. Price Vol. Price
SPDR Jum
Sep 170 Call
Jul
Aug
SPDR Jum
Jul 160 Put
c90 11k 0 01 no tr
6 0 24 HimaxTch
Jul
5 Call
p90 11k 9 55 no tr 41 10 25 SPDR Jum
Jul 160 Call
PrUShSPX
Close 37.38 Sep SPDR Jum
Jul 170 Call
c37 4.2k 0 58 2.3k 1 35 425 2 01 Facebook
Sep
30 Call
PwNasd100
Close 75.37 Sep SP Fncl
Jul
20 Call
p70
19 0 01 9.2k 0 13 48 0 51 Apple mini
Jul 435 Call
p71
2 0 01 4.4k 0 19 360 0 64
p72 1.2k 0 02 4.3k 0 30 468 0 82
p73 1.5k 0 02 4.6k 0 45 279 1 09
p73 50 8.1k 0 04 no tr no tr
p74 5.5k 0 06 11k 0 46 5.1k 1 35
Total
p75 50 10k 0 41 no tr no tr
Call
c75 50 9.2k 0 35 no tr no tr
Vol.
c75 7.4k 0 66 4.9k 1 42 8.3k 2 01 Index
p75 14k 0 24 10k 0 98 8.5k 1 73 SPX500 PM
193,389
c76 4.3k 0 16 4.1k 0 87 281 1 40
22,851
RadianGp
Close 12.48 Nov SPX500
33,134
p11
no tr 4.2k 0 20 no tr Rus2000
c13
80 0 05 9.4k 0 50 29 1 15 Nasd100
7,520
RadioShk
Close 3.10 Oct SP100
1,470
p3
614 0 11 5.8k 0 53 176 0 73
921
RiteAid
Close 3.06 Oct DJ Inds
c3 6.0k 0 14 780 0 20 1.0k 0 40
Total
RschMotn
Close 9.13 Sep
Call
c9 3.4k 0 38 1.3k 0 62 927 0 85 Index
Vol.
c9 50 6.4k 0 05 1.0k 0 27 no tr
834
p9 3.4k 0 12 1.3k 0 52 896 0 85 SP100Eur
0
c10 5.3k 0 01 608 0 25 514 0 50 Bank Idx
RylCar
Close 35.80 Sep OilSvc
10
c36 119 0 22 5.2k 1 30 37 1 78 GS Idx
109
Saks
Close 14.55 Nov
SemiconIdx
1
p13
no tr 7.7k 0 20 25 0 73
Schlmb
Close 76.52 Nov
Last
Last
Last
c77 50 4.4k 0 62 2.1k 1 53 127 3 20 PC Strike
Price Vol. Price Vol. Price Vol. Price
Sina
Close 58.12 Sep
Jul
Aug
c60 3.8k 0 34 336 2 35 74 3 60
SP CnSt
Close 41.34 Sep p162 50 20k 0 05 no tr no tr
p40 8.5k 0 03 141 0 20 164 0 53 p163 50 4.8k 0 09 no tr no tr
SP Consum
Close 59.25 Sep p163 10k 0 06 35k 1 16 1.0k 2 62
p45
no tr no tr 5.0k 0 04 c163 4.5k 4 66 862 5 72 136 6 64
p55
no tr no tr 102k 0 41 p164 50 5.8k 0 13 no tr no tr
SP Engy q
Close 81.34 Sep p164 71k 0 09 38k 1 38 2.6k 2 95
50
c74
35 6 55 3.7k 6 82 no tr c165 8.7k 2 77 12k 4 19 821 5 52
c74 3.7k 6 90 no tr no tr p165 36k 0 19 40k 1 63 2.6k 3 23
30
c75 6.0k 6 2.0k 6 50 no tr c166 11k 1 92 3.3k 3 58 1.0k 4 85
p79 137 0 05 93 0 77 10k 1 70 p166 58k 0 35 18k 1 94 17k 3 60
SP Fncl
Close 20.36 Sep p167 37k 0 64 46k 2 31 4.5k 4
p19
no tr 5.1k 0 08 1.5k 0 22 p167 50 65k 0 81 no tr no tr
c20 15k 0 38 3.6k 0 61 119 0 78 c167 50 29k 0 92 no tr no tr
c20 50 4.4k 0 07 292 0 23 no tr c167 28k 1 21 11k 2 97 6.1k 4 22
p20 13k 0 04 10k 0 27 351 0 48 c168 50 11k 0 46 no tr no tr
c21
45 0 01 3.4k 0 13 516 0 30 c168 50k 0 65 13k 2 35 25k 3 67
SP Tech
Close 32.04 Sep p168 35k 1 07 26k 2 72 4.6k 4 48
p26
no tr no tr 5.3k 0 04 p168 50 16k 1 37 no tr no tr
c33
1 0 01 66k 0 16 13k 0 34 p169 10k 1 70 11k 3 28 1.6k 5 01
SP Util
Close 39.06 Sep c169 17k 0 31 15k 1 85 3.0k 3 16
p34
no tr 10 0 04 3.5k 0 08 c170 19k 0 14 45k 1 42 22k 2 65
p35
no tr 30 0 03 3.5k 0 15 c173 610 0 09 1.9k 0 56 18k 1 48
01
p36
38 0 10 0 07 3.5k 0 25 c174 189 0 01 4.9k 0 38 276 1 18
p37
41 0 01 304 0 12 6.0k 0 37 Spdr OGEx
Close 60.66 Sep
SP500 mini
Close 167.53 Sep p58
no tr 657 0 79 5.1k 1 59
p152 93 0 02 3.5k 0 19 2.9k 0 77 SunEdison
Close 9.44 Oct
p155 1.2k 0 01 15k 0 30 6.8k 1 28 c9 3.8k 0 53 445 0 96 74 1 51
p156 1.4k 0 01 6.8k 0 35 932 1 42 SuntechPw
Close 1.51 Sep
p157 311 0 02 3.6k 0 41 512 1 59 c1 1.4k 0 53 4.7k 0 55 246 0 57
p161 4.9k 0 03 6.1k 0 80 370 2 10 Supernus
Close 6.54 Sep
p161 50 3.4k 0 04 no tr no tr c5
no tr no tr 6.3k 1 50
p162 2.4k 0 04 12k 0 97 1.8k 2 32 TMobileUS
Close 24.37 Nov
p165 50 8.1k 0 25 no tr no tr c26
50 0 12 12k 0 94 8.2k 1 88
p166 50 16k 0 45 no tr no tr TalismEn
Close 11.43 Oct
c166 50 6.7k 1 61 no tr no tr c14
no tr no tr 13k 0 30
c171 8.6k 0 24 3.8k 1 06 1.0k 2 21 Target
Close 72.07 Oct
c172 1.5k 0 03 4.2k 0 76 5.5k 1 81 p70
7 0 07 3.6k 0 68 300 1 84
c175 42 0 01 32k 0 27 30k 0 95 Terdyn
Close 17.99 Oct
15
SpdGl mini
Close 124.89 Sep c17
22 1 6.7k 1 58 no tr
p123 4.1k 0 43 224 2 27 127 3 60 TeslaMotr
Close 109.05 Sep
71
68
50
p124 8.3k 0 548 2 55 4 p95 3.8k 0 1.4k 4 60 307 6 40
c125 4.9k 1 01 1.2k 2 97 728 4 29 p100 11k 1 4.0k 6 30 1.4k 8 10
c127 5.3k 0 32 782 2 05 177 3 30 p105 13k 2 22 3.4k 8 40 429 10 60
c129 3.9k 0 07 248 1 33 138 2 50 c110 6.7k 3 30 3.0k 10 10 427 12 24
SPDR
Close 167.53 Sep p110 15k 4 15 4.6k 10 96 715 13 10
p135 no tr no tr 15k 0 12 p112 3.6k 5 45 no tr no tr
p147 60 0 01 6.6k 0 10 126 0 45 c115 8.7k 1 52 2.7k 8 10 715 10 15
SPDR Jum
Close 167.53 Sep p115 10k 7 40 2.2k 13 55 511 15 88
p145
3 0 01 118 0 08 8.4k 0 37 p116 3.5k 8 no tr no tr
p154 436 0 01 8.6k 0 26 180 1 14 c120 11k 0 60 3.9k 6 30 951 8 37
p158 1.3k 0 01 9.7k 0 47 32k 1 54 p120 12k 11 40 1.9k 17 20 502 18 90
p159 2.8k 0 02 1.7k 0 57 6.4k 1 69 c125 7.5k 0 27 3.2k 5 07 1.0k 6 90
p160 22k 0 02 45k 0 67 14k 1 86 c127 3.6k 0 20 no tr no tr
c160 20k 7 55 412 8 18 563 9 23 c130 7.2k 0 10 4.9k 3 90 869 5 53

cJan14
cJan14
cJan14
cJan14

40
39
50
45

Optn
Price

Optn
Chg.

Vol

59.25
80.97
167.53
167.53
167.53
80.97
13.92
167.53
167.53
167.53
430.20
19.33
167.53
167.53
5.70
167.53
167.53
26.32
20.36
430.20

0.41
5.95
1.42
0.67
1.63
0.96
0.08
0.19
0.27
0.95
3.45
0.41
2.65
0.02
0.70
7.55
0.14
0.34
0.38
1.46

0.25
0.55
0.23
+ 0.08
+ 0.20
0.61
0.01
+ 0.01
0.07
0.12
+ 0.40
..
0.23
0.01
0.30
0.65
0.12
0.01
0.10
0.07

102236
83521
45680
45040
40946
37184
37141
36065
32404
30688
25546
22639
22497
22238
21031
20474
19864
16198
15888
15803

Indexes

Exp. Strike
Last
Date Price Vol Price

26.38 ProctGam

679 0 37

Stock
Price

80.97

cJan15 50 2.0k 31

39.55 ProS UltSP

6.0k 1 25 pJan14 47
4.0k 3 43 PrUShSPX
4.00 cJan14 70
2.5k 0 54 PwNasd100
679 0 96 cJan14 75
952 0 80 pJan14 62
1.5k 1 05 cJan15 75
3.46 pJan15 75
985 0 27 Qualcom
924 1 05 cJan15 72 50
28.45
2 84
3.1k 0 41 pJan15 52 50
3 96
1.0k 0 48
10
1.7k 0 Quiksilv
2.1k 0 18 pJan15 5

83.66

Total
Put
Vol.

Call
Open
Interest

Put
Open
Interest

206,417 1,554,361 1,187,854


124,881 743,957 1,509,499
33,864 260,819 286,837
20,482
73,421 150,408
2,561
14,278
18,145
907
10,828
15,699
Total
Put
Vol.

Call
Open
Interest

Put
Open
Interest

700
500
10
17
0

6,568
0
661
422
1

924
7,000
10
115
0

P Strike
Last
Last
Last
C Price Vol. Price Vol. Price Vol. Price

Jul

Aug

c135 4.4k 0 08 2.4k 2 99 636 4 60


c140 4.1k 0 04 2.7k 2 29 287 3 70
TevaPh
Close 39.41 Sep
p37 50 3.6k 0 03 39 0 35 129 0 68
TibcoSft
Close 23.78 Nov
c26
no tr 6.1k 0 40 221 1 25
TollBr
Close 33.94 Sep
c36 10k 0 05 2.5k 0 70 no tr
UltraPetr
Close 20.94 Sep
p25 8.1k 4 40 no tr 8.2k 4 50
UnPacif
Close 159.22 Nov
c160 4.7k 1 90 1.1k 3 80 118 7 35
UPS B
Close 85.98 Oct
c80 215 5 82 273 5 94 3.9k 6 50
US Bancp
Close 37.27 Sep
p37 4.7k 0 20 273 0 53 399 0 85
US NatGas
Close 19.48 Oct
p19 8.5k 0 10 162 0 48 58 1 01
US OilFd
Close 37.48 Oct
p34
14 0 02 6.2k 0 15 69 0 57
p35
59 0 02 11k 0 26 45 0 81
Vale SA
Close 13.94 Sep
c15 136 0 01 6.3k 0 19 1.0k 0 40
ValeroEn
Close 34.78 Sep
c35 5.2k 0 42 299 1 32 99 1 89
Verizon
Close 50.28 Oct
c51 50 12k 0 24 no tr no tr
ViacomB
Close 71.94 Sep
c72 50 4.7k 0 50 136 1 75 5 2 51
c75
no tr 3.5k 0 86 no tr
WhitingPt
Close 48.73 Sep
c48 126 0 95 6.2k 2 10 2 2 90
WTJpTot
Close 48.22 Nov
c49 554 0 30 5.4k 1 18 81 2 55
Xerox
Close 9.73 Oct
c9 5.1k 0 75 29 0 86 182 0 96
Yahoo
Close 26.88 Oct
p25 7.2k 0 12 1.1k 0 40 6.1k 0 90
c26 3.4k 1 19 1.3k 1 62 97 2 19
p26 50 4.1k 0 48 no tr no tr
p26 9.0k 0 31 2.7k 0 70 192 1 30
c27 50 17k 0 40 no tr no tr
p27 5.6k 0 71 2.8k 1 15 520 1 73
c27 10k 0 59 4.1k 1 04 7.5k 1 67
c28 8.9k 0 26 4.5k 0 64 5.2k 1 24
c28 50 3.5k 0 16 no tr no tr
c29 3.6k 0 11 1.2k 0 37 12k 0 90
c30 1.0k 0 06 2.0k 0 22 8.4k 0 63
c31
20 0 04 564 0 13 24k 0 47
YPF Soc
Close 16.27 Oct
c15 9.0k 1 20 400 1 50 5 2
c17 50 54 0 05 392 0 35 9.2k 0 84
Zoetis
Close 31.16 Oct
c32 4.1k 0 07 1.2k 0 57 no tr

Exp. Strike
Last
Date Price Vol Price

Exp. Strike
Last
Date Price Vol Price

Exp. Strike
Last
Date Price Vol Price

cJan14 9 877 1 48
cJan14 25 898 0 07
pJan14 9 835 1 66

pJan15 110 2.0k 7 05


cJan15 125 830 13
cJan14 130 788 4 90

cJan15 165 802 16


cJan15 180 917 13 38
cJan14 110 685 19 10

795 0 55 Schwab
37.38 pJan14
812 0 24 SiriusXM
75.37 cJan14
801 3 39 SodaStrm
750 0 56 cJan15
805 6 07 SP Fncl
802 7 20 cJan14
61.85 pJan14
15.0k SP Matls
cJan14
15.0k SP Tech
cJan14

167.53 US Airwy

21.00 SPDR

3 50 cJan14 18
0 83 cJan1429 25
0
3 82
20
1 53 cJan14
1 05
1 02 US Bancp
2 78 cJan14 37
3 55 Vale SA
1 67 pJan15 13
39.83 SPDR Home
30.57 cJan15 13
40 1.2k 1 75 pJan14 25 1.0k 0 61 cJan14 23
32.04 sT MetM
34.79 pJan14 12
35 1.0k 0 24 pJan14 30 4.0k 1 23 VangEmgM
39.06 SuntechPw
1.51 cJan14 43
61.85 SP Util
73
50
80
cJan14 40 2.0k 0
cJan15 1 3.4k 0 39 pJan14 39
1.0k 0
17 1.0k 0 50

pDec14
cJan14
pJan14
57.68 pJan14
10
65 1.1k 9
pDec14
20.36 pJan14
22 1.2k 0 31 pJan14
17 1.0k 0 26 cJan14
3.67

4 1.0k 0 22

pJan14 30 5.4k 0 28
2 83 pJan14 3
Microsft
36.27
2 84 IAMGld
pJan15 23 1.1k 0 74 OpkoHlth
7.44 Regenr
262.71 SP500 mini
10
pJan14 4
2
pJan15 35 1.2k 4 13 cJan14 5 6.8k 2 40 cJan15 250 857 77 20 cDec15 170
12.38 MktVGold
6.25 ItauUnib
3 70 Immunomd
25.65 Petrobrs
13.42 RiteAid
3.06 SpdGld nya
1 48 cJan15 10 777 1 50 pJan14 11 1.0k 0 65 pJan14 23 1.3k 1 97 pJan15 13 1.0k 2 34 cJan15 3
20.2k cJan15 150
55.01 Molycorp
4 59 iSh EAFE
60.14 JPMorgCh
0 79
pJan15 125
6.88 cJan15 13 1.2k 2 60
0 24 cJan14 66 2.2k 0 60 cJan15 65 3.0k 1 95 cJan14 15 5.0k 0 19 cJan15 18 5.8k 0 94 RschMotn
9.13 cJan14 125

167.53 Symntc

844 14 93

896
1.3k
1.7k
1.2k
1.1k
1.0k
3.0k
1.9k

23.97 WalterEng

cJan15 22 666 3 95

124.89 TeslaMotr

4.5k 5
855 12 95
774 7 16

125
185
155
140
95
150
154
180

17.95

1.0k 1 70
10.0k
10.1k
37.27

719 1 71
13.94

1.4k
1.0k
701
963

2 08
2 45
0 04
0 65
39.78

3.0k 0 95
1.5k 2 45
12.37

cJan14 11 2.0k 3 35

109.05 Whirlp

121.08

cJan15 170 696 14 90 pJan14 125 1.3k 13 60


cJan14 125 2.0k 13 50 WhitingPt
48.73
cJan14 130 3.4k 12 pJan14 45 1.5k 3 30

INVESTOR'S BUSINESS DAILY

WEDNESDAY, JULY 17, 2013

COFFEE (GMCR)
1 GREEN125.3MMTNShares
96 Comp. Rating

Group 50
99 EPS 99 RS

o$72.01
18% ROE

(NUS)
2 NU SKIN54.9MENTERPRISES
Shares 99 Comp. Rating

Ann. EPS Growth +72% PE 53 Avg. Daily Vol 447,900 Debt 0%


Last Qtr Eps +46%aNext Qtr Eps Est +46% Last Qtr Sales +25%
3 Q's Avg Eps +66% PreTax Mgn 30%
Eps Due 7/24
R&D 7%

Ann. EPS Growth +29% PE 21 Avg. Daily Vol 984,400 Debt 26%
Last Qtr Eps +22%aNext Qtr Eps Est +28% Last Qtr Sales +19%
3 Q's Avg Eps +31% PreTax Mgn 15%
Eps Due 7/26

Ann. EPS Growth +31% PE 26 Avg. Daily Vol 823,900 Debt 53%
Last Qtr Eps +50%`Next Qtr Eps Est +30% Last Qtr Sales +32%
3 Q's Avg Eps +48% PreTax Mgn 51%
Eps Due 8/8

Acc/Dis AUpDown Vol 1.6


Sup/Demand 84

Group 6
99 Comp. Rating 98 EPS

EDCTN (LOPE)
6 GRAND40.4MCANYON
Shares 99 Comp. Rating

o$135.06
39% ROE

Ann. EPS Growth +146% PE 21 Avg. Daily Vol 523,500 Debt 24%
Last Qtr Eps +270%`Next Qtr Eps Est +8% Last Qtr Sales +45%
3 Q's Avg Eps +136%
Eps Due 7/26

Acc/Dis A
UpDown Vol 2.3
Sup/Demand 71

o$26.45
25% ROE

93 RS

Easing from new high. Still 3% past 34.17 flat-base buy point.

Clears sloppy handle; working on right side of base.

N V CLASS A (YNDX)
10 YANDEX
202.4M Shares 99 Comp. Rating

INC (AMBA)
11 AMBARELLA
13.9M Shares 98 Comp. Rating

Group 14
98 EPS 89 RS

o$29.56
27% ROE

Group 98
98 EPS 98 RS

o$17.65
38% ROE

RUSSIAN PROVIDER OF INTERNET SEARCH AND WEB CONTENT INCLUDING NEWS,


MAIL AND MAPS VIA YANDEX.RU.

DESIGNS SYSTEM-ON-A-CHIP SEMICONDUCTOR PROCESSING SOLUTIONS USED IN


CAMERAS FOR SECURITY/SURVEILLANCE MARKETS.

Ann. EPS Growth +64% PE 17 Avg. Daily Vol 7,628,900 Debt 616%
Last Qtr Eps +320%`Next Qtr Eps Est +29% Last Qtr Sales +24%
3 Q's Avg Eps +127% PreTax Mgn 9%
Eps Due 7/30

Ann. EPS Growth +57% PE 32 Avg. Daily Vol 2,387,900 Debt 0%


Last Qtr Eps +53%`Next Qtr Eps Est +32% Last Qtr Sales +29%
3 Q's Avg Eps +53% PreTax Mgn 38%
Eps Due 7/31
R&D 15%

Ann. EPS Growth +22% PE 19 Avg. Daily Vol 1,217,500 Debt 0%


Last Qtr Eps +62%aNext Qtr Eps Est -17% Last Qtr Sales +31%
3 Q's Avg Eps +59% PreTax Mgn 20%
Eps Due 11/28
R&D 35%

Acc/Dis A
UpDown Vol 1.7
Sup/Demand 60

Group 109
96 EPS 94 RS

Acc/Dis B
UpDown Vol 1.8
Sup/Demand 93

Eases to 3% above 28.74 buy point of cup with handle.


o$18.48
14% ROE

D SYSTEMS (DDD)
14 THREE
90.5M Shares 96 Comp. Rating

Group 71
96 EPS 93 RS

Extended 10% past 16.10 entry; also extended from pullback.


o$46.99
18% ROE

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15 WEB.COM
45.3M Shares 98 Comp. Rating

Group 112
96 EPS 93 RS

o$26.17
37% ROE

OFFERS SUBSCRIPTION-BASED PATENT RISK MANAGEMENT SERVICES TO TECHNOLOGY COMPANIES TO PROTECT AGAINST PATENT LITIGATION.

MANUFACTURES PRINTING, PROTOTYPING AND MANUFACTURING SYSTEMS TO


PRODUCE 3-D OBJECTS FROM COMPUTER DATA.

PROVIDES WEBSITE PUBLISHING AND MANAGEMENT SOFTWARE AND SERVICES


TO SMALL AND MEDIUM-SIZED BUSINESSES.

Ann. EPS Growth +89% PE 18 Avg. Daily Vol 479,400 Debt 0%


Last Qtr Eps +74%`Next Qtr Eps Est -17% Last Qtr Sales +40%
3 Q's Avg Eps +29% PreTax Mgn 37%
Eps Due 7/31

Ann. EPS Growth +109% PE 55 Avg. Daily Vol 5,067,000 Debt 0%


Last Qtr Eps +24%aNext Qtr Eps Est +33% Last Qtr Sales +31%
3 Q's Avg Eps +47% PreTax Mgn 20%
Eps Due 7/26
R&D 7%

Ann. EPS Growth +48% PE 15 Avg. Daily Vol 485,800 Debt 426%
Last Qtr Eps +37%aNext Qtr Eps Est +29% Last Qtr Sales +26%
3 Q's Avg Eps +46% PreTax Mgn 19%
Eps Due 7/31
R&D 8%

Acc/Dis AUpDown Vol 1.2


Sup/Demand 74

Acc/Dis B
UpDown Vol 1.9
Sup/Demand 69

Extended since straight-up-from-bottom breakout in April.

Acc/Dis B
UpDown Vol 1.9
Sup/Demand 83

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(RPXC)
13 R31.5MP X CORPORATION
Shares 98 Comp. Rating

Ann. EPS Growth +10% PE 13 Avg. Daily Vol 522,000 Debt n/a
Last Qtr Eps +71%`Next Qtr Eps Est +31% Last Qtr Sales +26%
3 Q's Avg Eps +79% PreTax Mgn 24%
Eps Due 8/1
R&D 16%

o$42.87
19% ROE

Ann. EPS Growth +29% PE 21 Avg. Daily Vol 453,500 Debt 40%
Last Qtr Eps +34%aNext Qtr Eps Est +14% Last Qtr Sales +21%
3 Q's Avg Eps +36% PreTax Mgn 22%
Eps Due 8/6

Reclaims 10-week moving average but already extended.

DEVELOPS INTERNET/MOBILE SECURITY, PERFORMANCE OPTIMIZATION, BACKUP,


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Group 52
99 EPS 89 RS

Ann. EPS Growth +22% PE 44 Avg. Daily Vol 717,500 Debt 0%


Last Qtr Eps +97%`Next Qtr Eps Est +40% Last Qtr Sales +23%
3 Q's Avg Eps +80% PreTax Mgn 9%
Eps Due 7/25

Acc/Dis D+
UpDown Vol 0.8
Sup/Demand 86

o$21.18
0% ROE

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31.0M Shares 98 Comp. Rating

PROVIDES ADVISORY SERVICES TO MULTINATIONAL CORPORATIONS ON MERGERS, ACQUISITIONS, DIVESTITURES AND RESTRUCTURINGS.

Acc/Dis CUpDown Vol 1.1


Sup/Demand 60

Breaks out past 131.92 entry; in buy zone up to 138.52.

Regains and holds 10-week line after tripping 8% sell rule.


o$35.26
35% ROE

OFFERS POST-SECONDARY EDUCATION PROGRAMS FOR 52,292 STUDENTS VIA ITS


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9 HERTZ344.2M
Shares 99 Comp. Rating 99 EPS

Ann. EPS Growth +32% PE 26 Avg. Daily Vol 2,984,700 Debt 49%
Last Qtr Eps +27%`Next Qtr Eps Est +18% Last Qtr Sales +15%
3 Q's Avg Eps +26% PreTax Mgn 46%
Eps Due 7/26
R&D 31%

Group 64
98 EPS 95 RS

Group 15
97 EPS 93 RS

OPERATES 288 FLOORING STORES IN 46 STATES AND CANADA. BRANDSINCLUDE


LUMBER LIQUIDATORS, BELLAWOOD, MORNING STAR,

Sketching double-bottom base with 89.34 buy point.

91 RS

DEVELOPS THERAPIES TO TREAT CANCER AND IMMUNE-INFLAMMATORY RELATED


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Shares 92 Comp. Rating

o$85.27
21% ROE

Acc/Dis D
UpDown Vol 0.7
Sup/Demand 90

5% past 59.94 entry from flat base; RS line slipping.

Acc/Dis D+
UpDown Vol 0.9
Sup/Demand 72

21% past 63.45 buy point. Triggered eight-week hold rule.

Group 78
97 EPS 95 RS

Acc/Dis C+
UpDown Vol 1.0
Sup/Demand 85

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8 CELGENE
413.0M Shares

o$84.94
30% ROE

Ann. EPS Growth +77% PE 25 Avg. Daily Vol 4,608,900 Debt 21%
Last Qtr Eps +45%`Next Qtr Eps Est +46% Last Qtr Sales +14%
3 Q's Avg Eps +36% PreTax Mgn 15%
Eps Due 8/1

HLDGS (LL)
5 LUMBER23.9MLQDTRS
Shares 97 Comp. Rating

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99 EPS 94 RS

GLOBAL PROVIDER OF SPECIALIZED PAYMENT PRODUCTS AND SERVICES TO COMMERCIAL FLEETS, OIL COMPANIES AND PETROLEUM MARKETERS

Trying to recover 10-week line as stock consolidates.


o$62.72
38% ROE

TECHNOLOGIES (FLT)
3 FLEETCOR
57.8M Shares 96 Comp. Rating

NETWORK MARKETER OF PERSONAL CARE PRODUCTS AND NUTRITIONAL SUPPLEMENTS UNDER THE NU SKIN AND PHARMANEX BRANDS

Acc/Dis C
UpDown Vol 1.6
Sup/Demand 91

94 RS

o$77.02
38% ROE

DISTRIBUTES COFFEES AND TEAS, SINGLE CUP BREWERS AND SINGLE CUP PORTION PACKS TO SUPERMARKETS, FOOD STORES AND OTHERS.

50
INC (PRLB)
Group 62
4 PROTO18.9MLABSShares
97 Comp. Rating 98 EPS

Group 18
97 EPS 95 RS

B1

Acc/Dis C
UpDown Vol 1.2
Sup/Demand 94

15% past 16.04 buy point in base-on-base pattern.

Acc/Dis A
UpDown Vol 2.3
Sup/Demand 70

Etching late-stage base with potential buy point at 52.04.

Near high, 14% past 22.94 buy point from 3-weeks-tight.

You Can Find Winners in IBDs New High List


Name

Stock
EPS
Symbol Price Rtg

21.81
17.50
22.38
39.70
16.29
56.45
24.90
39.22
12.96
46.14
38.54
18.64
26.17
13.92
15.38
30.70
13.42
43.02
18.83
13.03
49.07
26.79
19.83
42.94
26.84
36.51
32.26
18.86
16.52
24.45
21.94
17.18
16.78
44.89

Stock
EPS
Symbol Price Rtg Name

ConnectOne CNOB
CapitalBkFinl CBF
FirstNBCBnk NBCB
ACNB
ACNB

New Highs
BANKS (38)
TaylorCaptl TAYC
CodrsVly
CVLY
FstIntrst
FIBK
FrstRpblc
FRC
Townbk
TOWN
Iberiabnk
IBKC
FarmersCptl FFKT
CmtyTrst
CTBI
Sterling
STL
PennWd PWOD
BarHarbor
BHB
FrstMerch FRME
FrstSrce
SRCE
BankofAmer BAC
TCFFncl
TCB
Lakeland
LKFN
PacificCont PCBK
WellsFargo WFC
Suffolk
SUBK
CapCity
CCBG
Tompkins
TMP
Nrthrim
NRIM
Merctil
MBWM
CityHldg
CHCO
RenaSant RNST
IndpndntBk INDB
IndepndntBk IBTX
FifthThird
FITB
Bancorp
TBBK
SandySprg SASR
Horizon
HBNC
FrstM&F
FMFC
BridgeCptl BBNK
BankMarin BMRC

Name

70
76
79
95
75
67
95
61
66
66
67
72
74
61
82
68
99
92
76
80
68
65
71
67
73
82
99
64
99
64
80
79
68
76

31.20
19.80
26.66
17.35

SOFTWARE (17)
PTC
PMTC 27.50
MedAssets MDAS 20.01
Comverse CNSI 31.33
UltimtSftwr ULTI 129.61
ProsHldg
PRO 33.11
ManhAssc MANH 83.39
Blackbaud BLKB 34.70
VerintSys VRNT 36.79
NetEase
NTES 65.01
Changyou CYOU 34.34
Egain
EGAN 10.49
Monotype TYPE 27.84
AdventSoft ADVS 28.67
Microsoft MSFT 36.27
Guidewire GWRE 44.75
Synopsys SNPS 37.42
Cadence
CDNS 15.72
MEDICAL (15)
JohnsonJn JNJ 90.40
Atrion
ATRI 234.95
CantelDev CMN 25.35
StJudeMed STJ 48.46
Greatbatch
GB 35.69
Cambrex
CBM 15.19
CooperCos
COO 125.07
Mylan
MYL 32.11
AmsurgA AMSG 39.26
HealthSouth HLS 31.37
Medtronic MDT 53.52
Parexel
PRXL 49.65
Omnicare
OCR 49.66

Stock
EPS
Symbol Price Rtg

CHDX 17.95
97 Chindex
84 AlbanyMlc AMRI 13.47
99
78 RETAIL (14)
Winmark WINA 70.97
HavertyFrntr HVT 26.81
80 CaseysGnrl CASY 67.99
87 Cheescake CAKE 44.09
67 Big5Spt
BGFV 23.50
97 RuthsHosp RUTH 13.57
RCII 40.38
63 RentACntr
92 CrackerBrl CBRL 102.01
80 Gamestop GME 43.84
61 Ptsmrt
PETM 72.09
SONC 15.56
95 Sonic
89 TJXCos
TJX 52.26
SYY 35.57
80 Sysco
97 DominosPzza DPZ 63.16
97
74 MACHINE (10)
66 Actuant
ATU 34.81
87 Generac
GNRC 41.49
97 Dover
DOV 80.17
WasteConn WCN 43.44
ColemanC
CCIX 22.08
73 USEcology ECOL 29.62
84 EncorWire WIRE 37.13
SLI 27.00
92 SLInds
ENS 52.13
80 EnerSys
88 StandexIntl SXI 58.92
92
94 S&Ls (9)
95 FirstPacTrst BANC 14.05
68 WSFSFcl
WSFS 59.27
85 ESBFncl
ESBF 13.35
80 FrstDefnce FDEF 26.84
DCOM 17.13
92 DimeCty
69 NthwtBnc NWBI 14.23

New High List Analysis


BY KEN SHREVE
INVESTOR'S BUSINESS DAILY

Selling pressure in the broad market Tuesday didnt stop


several growth names from touching fresh 52-week highs.
Once again, China names made their presence felt in the
New Highs list.
SouFun HoldingsSFUN, which operates a real estate Internet portal, soared 19% to a new all-time high. Volume was
nearly five times average. It broke out of a consolidation
that started back in January. The buy point was 29.26, or 10
cents above the high of the left side of the base. The structure has the appearance of a cup-with-handle pattern but

Name

Stock
EPS
Symbol Price Rtg

63
80

FoxChase FXCB 18.06 77


HeritgFincl HBOS 17.05 71
CFSBanc
CITZ 11.88 80

90
97
68
88
85
85
62
91
66
94
66
94
60
96

LEISURE (9)
SHFLEntrtmt SHFL
BallyTech
BYI
SteinwyMus LVB
MultimdGm MGAM
LifetimeFit LTM
Polaris
PII
JhnsnOtdrs JOUT
DiscoveryC DISCK
DiscCmB DISCB

66
94
68
70
99
77
63
96
68
91

61
99
60
84
73
69

22.81
65.13
36.60
31.48
54.37
101.64
25.33
76.23
84.50

74
90
78
71
68
96
70
76
76

INSURNCE (9)
Brwn&Brwn BRO 33.58
KanCityLife KCLI 41.43
Stancorp
SFG 52.03
Amtrust
AFSI 39.70
Stewart
STC 29.88
FBLFncl
FFG 45.70
Platinum
PTP 59.49
Torchmark TMK 68.79
Willis
WSH 43.32

84
68
65
93
80
88
80
76
61

FOOD/BEV (9)
HainCelest HAIN 74.12
IndstBachoco IBA 40.97
B&GFoods BGS 36.00
PilgrmsP
PPC 15.84
TreeHseFds THS 69.60
Smucker
SJM 107.16
Hershey
HSY 91.92
TysonFds
TSN 27.20
DimdFds DMND 22.24

90
87
86
67
84
88
85
68
72

BUSINS SVC (9)


Convergys CVG 19.13 73

Name

Stock
EPS
Symbol Price Rtg Name

TowrsWatsn TW
CorpExec
CEB
Omnicom
OMC
MultiColor LABL
Virtusa
VRTU
MacGray
TUC
CDWCorp CDW
Formula FORTY

86.46
66.85
66.42
33.02
26.59
14.64
20.10
23.06

85
81
69
95
93
99
80
79

CHIPS (8)
PowrInteg POWI
Xilinx
XLNX
Microchip MCHP
Monolithic MPWR
LinearTech LLTC
Invensense INVN
NXPSemi
NXPI
Microsemi MSCC

51.82
43.29
39.61
26.01
40.03
15.97
33.31
24.80

90
64
68
64
62
98
80
78

UTILITY (7)
ITCHldgs
ITC
CalifWtrSvc CWT
BlackHills
BKH
MiddlesexWtrMSEX
AlliantEnrgy LNT
EmpreDistElec EDE
IdaCorp
IDA

95.17
20.94
52.87
21.84
53.20
23.66
51.68

95
68
89
88
83
82
92

AEROSPACE (7)
L3Comm
LLL 90.25
AAR
AIR 24.75
RockwellColl COL 67.85
CurtsWright CW 39.40
HuntgtnIngls HII 60.02
Heico
HEI 54.82
Lockheed
LMT 112.60

66
63
61
67
80
86
63

TELECOM (6)
AlliFibOp
AFOP 31.94 94

Rignet
Clearfield
J2Global
Shenandoh
Belden

Stock
EPS
Symbol Price Rtg

RNET
CLFD
JCOM
SHEN
BDC

28.43
13.55
45.59
19.34
56.06

76
85
73
80
84

MEDIA (6)
WashPostB WPO
CBSCIA
CBSA
ScrippsA
SNI
CBSCIB
CBS
ViacomB
VIAB
ViacomA
VIA

516.85
52.63
72.52
52.68
71.94
72.33

81
87
82
87
61
61

FINANCE (6)
FBR& Co
FBRC
AffilMangers AMG
WaddllReed WDR
CBOE
CBOE
Broadridge
BR
GolubCap GBDC

30.75
174.11
48.62
48.04
28.02
18.12

80
89
89
92
78
85

CONSUMER (6)
HelenTroy HELE 43.98
Ecolab
ECL 91.32
FranklinCovy FC 15.51
OrientlEdTec EDU 23.99
Steelcase
SCS 15.49
USANA
USNA 78.84

86
92
70
88
63
96

Name

Stock
EPS
Symbol Price Rtg Name

USAComprsn USAC 24.83 71


DawsnGeo DWSN 39.95 60
Seadrill
SDRL 42.40 76

Stock
EPS
Symbol Price Rtg

OFFICE
CrossAT

ELECTRNCS
Sparton
SPA 18.71 84
Coherent COHR 61.97 70
MsrmntSpc MEAS 49.68 87
COMPUTER
NCR
NCR 35.39 83
ElecImag
EFII 30.32 90
Silicom
SILC 41.85 95
AUTO
Visteon
Goodyear

ALCOHL/TOB
ReynoldsAmer RAI 51.97 77
AGRICULTRE
Darling
DAR 20.41 74

MISC
UFPTech
UFPT
NeenahPaper NP
MDUResrces MDU
BerkHthwyB BRKB
VC 64.95 74 RoperInd
ROP
GT 16.51 98 BerkHthwyA BRKA
85

TRANSPRT
Matson
MATX 27.71 82

99 Linkedin Corp Class A


94 Ocwen Financial
96 Three D Systems

Symbol

Closing
Price

Chg

Vol%
Chg

LNKD 193.65 -5.15 -6%


OCN 44.93 -0.97 -38%
DDD 46.99 -1.32 -37%

Stocks Pulling Back to 10-Wk Line


98 Homeaway Inc

Symbol

Closing
Price

Chg

Vol%
Chg

AWAY 31.81 +0.16 +18%

29.83 81

...........................................................................................

CHEMICAL (5)
Penford
PENX 15.55
Aceto
ACET 14.91
Futurefuel
FF 15.21
Methanx
MEOH 46.20
WestlakeCh WLK 100.41

NYSE (n) 179 New Highs, 16 Lows


80 NASDAQ 267 New Highs, 7 Lows
80 AMEX (a) 10 New Highs, 4 Lows

82
92 Boldfaced stocks show high EPS Rating 90
99 or more. On Investors.com, see an IBD Chart,
archived story and Stock Checkup before buying. Stocks in each sector listed by % volume
ENERGY
increase. Stocks under 10 a share or 60 EPS are
WstrGasEqty WGP 42.61 60 omitted. See chart in Stock Spotlight.

the handle area, which started in late May, corrected 17%,


which is a bit steep.
China has been taking steps to cool its red-hot housing
market, but that hasnt been hurting business at SouFun.
The company shows big earnings and sales growth in recent quarters, and growth has been accelerating.
Meanwhile, NetEaseNTES scored a new 52-week high but
the stocks breakout from a cup-with-handle pattern has
been sluggish at best. Its trying to clear a buy point of 65.18
to no avail. The company is a provider of online game services in China. Group peer Changyou.comCYOU briefly
touched a 52-week high before reversing.
Elsewhere, New Oriental Education & Technology
GroupEDU, a provider of private educational services primarily in China, eased 20 cents to 24. The stock cleared a cup-

Comp
Rtg Stock Name

20.85 63
36.97 89
27.67 66
117.20 85
128.95 89
175849.00

New Lows

REAL EST
RETAIL
AlexdrBaldw ALEX 43.33 71 Liquidity

with-handle base in May. It recently came down to its


10-week moving average and found support. The stock remains under accumulation but dont chase it. Instead, wait
for a low-volume pullback to support or a new base to form.
In the technology space, VirtusaVRTU hit a 52-week high before falling 1% to 26.59. The stock is trying to clear a sevenweek base with a buy point of 26.49. Pretax margin and return on equity hit multiyear highs in fiscal 2013. Full-year
profit is seen rising 19% in fiscal 2014 (ending in March)
and 25% in 2015. Estimates have been heading higher.
While large-cap names in IBDs Computer-Tech Service
group lag the market, small-cap names like Virtusa continue to attract buyers due to better growth prospects.
CBSCBS continues to trade near a buy point of 52.56, but
volume hasnt come into the stock yet. Shares hit an intraday high of 53.59 before settling at 52.68, down 45 cents.

Stocks Just Out Of Bases


Comp
Rtg Stock Name

ATX 18.02 82

BUILDING
INTERNET
CCF 28.14 91
SoufunHldgs SFUN 32.93 99 Chase
YYInc
YY 34.62 79
Blucora
BCOR 20.76 69 APPAREL
SkechersA SKX 26.54 80

No Supply/Demand
SD
Rtg Stock Name

Symbol

Closing
Price

Chg

Vol%
Chg

B2

WEDNESDAY, JULY 17, 2013

INVESTORS.COM

HLDGS INC (GNRC)


16 GENERAC
42.4M Shares 99 Comp. Rating

Group 97
94 EPS 94 RS

o$41.49
36% ROE

(PCLN)
17 PRICELINE.COM
49.6M Shares 99 Comp. Rating

Group 20
99 EPS

o$44.93
12% ROE

PROVIDES RESIDENTIAL AND COMMERCIAL MORTGAGE LOAN SERVICING, SPECIAL


SERVICING AND ASSET MANAGEMENT SERVICES.

Ann. EPS Growth +40% PE 12 Avg. Daily Vol 1,280,700 Debt 172%
Last Qtr Eps +26%`Next Qtr Eps Est +31% Last Qtr Sales +36%
3 Q's Avg Eps +14% PreTax Mgn 19%
Eps Due 8/2
R&D 2%

Ann. EPS Growth +57% PE 28 Avg. Daily Vol 753,300 Debt 23%
Last Qtr Eps +35%`Next Qtr Eps Est +19% Last Qtr Sales +26%
3 Q's Avg Eps +28% PreTax Mgn 36%
Eps Due 8/7

Ann. EPS Growth +47% PE 31 Avg. Daily Vol 2,842,000 Debt 225%
Last Qtr Eps +121%aNext Qtr Eps Est +213% Last Qtr Sales+147%
3 Q's Avg Eps +234% PreTax Mgn 30%
Eps Due 8/2

Acc/Dis B+
UpDown Vol 1.7
Sup/Demand 82

Extended after cup-with-handle breakout, 10-week rebound.

Eases from high; still 6% past 847.43 flat base buy point.

S & C TECHNOLOGIES (SSNC)


19 S62.4M
Shares 99 Comp. Rating

INC (TRIP)
20 TRIPADVISOR
111.0M Shares 99 Comp. Rating

Group 60
98 EPS 88 RS

o$36.58
11% ROE

Group 20
97 EPS 88 RS

Acc/Dis BUpDown Vol 1.3


Sup/Demand 87

Sticky at the 10-week line; still 6% above 42.17 buy point.


o$60.62
43% ROE

PHARMACEUTICALS (VRX)
21 VALEANT
297.9M Shares 99 Comp. Rating

Group 26
93 EPS 92 RS

o$91.53
37% ROE

PROVIDES SOFTWARE SOLUTIONS FOR THE FINANCIAL SERVICES INDUSTRY TO


SUPPORT INVESTMENT MANAGEMENT

PROVIDES ONLINE TRAVEL RELATED CONTENT INCLUDING AGGREGATED REVIEWS


VIA TRIPADVISOR.COM.

DEVELOPS BRANDED DRUGS IN THE AREAS OF DERMATOLOGY, NEUROLOGY AND


ORAL HEALTH AND OTC PRODUCTS.

Ann. EPS Growth +24% PE 23 Avg. Daily Vol 470,200 Debt 92%
Last Qtr Eps +61%`Next Qtr Eps Est +36% Last Qtr Sales +85%
3 Q's Avg Eps +48% PreTax Mgn 32%
Eps Due 8/9
R&D 8%

Ann. EPS Growth +23% PE 37 Avg. Daily Vol 2,103,200 Debt 47%
Last Qtr Eps +32%`Next Qtr Eps Est +20% Last Qtr Sales +25%
3 Q's Avg Eps +21% PreTax Mgn 41%
Eps Due 7/24

Ann. EPS Growth +34% PE 20 Avg. Daily Vol 2,079,400 Debt 283%
Last Qtr Eps +14%aNext Qtr Eps Est +27% Last Qtr Sales +25%
3 Q's Avg Eps +39% PreTax Mgn 40%
Eps Due 8/2
R&D 2%

BY DAVID SAITO-CHUNG

Acc/Dis A
UpDown Vol 0.9
Sup/Demand 52

INVESTOR'S BUSINESS DAILY

3 Steps to Invest in the Best

Group 149
98 EPS 90 RS

PROVIDES AIRLINE TICKET, HOTEL ROOM, CAR RENTAL, VACATION PACKAGE AND
CRUISE SERVICES THROUGH PRICELINE.COM.

50
Several market leaders fell harder than the
major averages on Tuesday as the Nasdaq
and S&P 500 both notched a mild distribution day.
During a day of heavy institutional selling,
one can expect growth stocks to pull back
near or slightly below their proper buy
points. This is why its never smart to chase a
leader more than 5% past the ideal entry.
Packaging Corp. of AmericaPKG fell 1.6%
to 51.49 in volume that was 15% higher than
its 50-day average. That halted a three-day
winning run; the stock is now 1% above a
50.88 flat-base entry. The stock is well within buying range, but when a stock is dropping in above-average trade, be wary of picking up shares if it continues to head lower in
the same fashion. Investors should avoid becoming the receiving end of a falling knife.
Iconix Brand GroupICON, which markets
several popular apparel and footwear
brands, fell even harder than Packaging
Corp. Its 4.4% shellacking to 31.06 pushed
the stock below a 31.32 buy point in a narrow
flat base. The stock is still up 39% since Jan.
1, so its leadership status is still intact.
AlkermesALKS and Regeneron PharmaceuticalsREGN fell in light trade. Evercore PartnersEVR also fell. Theyre all forming bases.

FINANCIAL (OCN)
18 OCWEN
104.4M Shares 94 Comp. Rating

MANUFACTURES STANDBY POWER GENERATORS AND COMPONENTS FOR RESIDENTIAL, INDUSTRIAL, AND COMMERCIAL MARKETS.

Acc/Dis A
UpDown Vol 1.6
Sup/Demand 86

On Distribution Day,
Some Leaders Might
Test The Entry Point

86 RS

o$902.05
50% ROE

Holds place; 6% from 34.54 entry of cup without handle.


PLC (JAZZ)
22 JAZZ53.9MPHARMACEUTICALS
Shares 98 Comp. Rating

Group 26
99 EPS 85 RS

Acc/Dis C
UpDown Vol 1.2
Sup/Demand 81

Acc/Dis AUpDown Vol 2.0


Sup/Demand 55

Flat base takes shape but loses support at 10-week line.


o$71.80
44% ROE

(ILMN)
23 ILLUMINA
118.2M Shares

Group 32
98 Comp. Rating 93 EPS

91 RS

Shapes cup base with 96.35 buy point; RS line rising.


o$73.89
18% ROE

HOLDINGS INC (CBOE)


24 C85.5MB O EShares
99 Comp. Rating

Group 34
92 EPS 92 RS

o$48.04
63% ROE

DEVELOPS SPECIALTY DRUGS IN THE THERAPEUTIC AREAS OF NARCOLEPSY, ONCOLOGY, PAIN, PSYCHIATRY AND OTHERS.

DEVELOPS INTEGRATED SYSTEMS FOR THE LARGE SCALE ANALYSIS OF GENETIC


VARIATION AND BIOLOGICAL FUNCTION.

OPERATES A GLOBAL OPTIONS EXCHANGE INTEGRATING OPEN OUTCRY METHODS


AND AN ELECTRONIC PLATFORM INTO A SINGLE MARKET.

Ann. EPS Growth +111% PE 14 Avg. Daily Vol 1,069,800 Debt 38%
Last Qtr Eps +54%`Next Qtr Eps Est +39% Last Qtr Sales +91%
3 Q's Avg Eps +40% PreTax Mgn 52%
Eps Due 8/7
R&D 3%

Ann. EPS Growth +25% PE 44 Avg. Daily Vol 1,373,600 Debt 61%
Last Qtr Eps +28%`Next Qtr Eps Est 0% Last Qtr Sales +21%
3 Q's Avg Eps +44% PreTax Mgn 27%
Eps Due 7/24
R&D 20%

Ann. EPS Growth +28% PE 26 Avg. Daily Vol 624,000 Debt 0%


Last Qtr Eps +35%`Next Qtr Eps Est +16% Last Qtr Sales +18%
3 Q's Avg Eps +14% PreTax Mgn 48%
Eps Due 8/2

Acc/Dis BUpDown Vol 2.1


Sup/Demand 85

Off highs, but still 19% past 60.30 cup-with-handle entry.


SYSTEMS (CVLT)
25 COMMVAULT
41.1M Shares 96 Comp. Rating

Group 87
97 EPS 84 RS

o$79.15
25% ROE

Acc/Dis C+
UpDown Vol 1.4
Sup/Demand 74

Acc/Dis AUpDown Vol 1.8


Sup/Demand 60

4% below 77.21 flat base buy point but holds above 10-week line.

New high and 17% past 41.10 3-weeks-tight entry.

CHEMICAL (WLK)
26 WESTLAKE
20.0M Shares 84 Comp. Rating

AIR (ALK)
Group 46
27 ALASKA
68.9M Shares 96 Comp. Rating 98 EPS

Group 167
99 EPS 87 RS

o$100.41
21% ROE

81 RS

o$60.16
26% ROE

DEVELOPS BACKUP AND RECOVERY, REPLICATION, ARCHIVAL AND STORAGE MANAGEMENT SOFTWARE FOR ENTERPRISES.

MANUFACTURES BASIC CHEMICALS, POLYMERS AND FABRICATED PLASTIC PRODUCTS FOR CONSUMER AND INDUSTRIAL MARKETS WORLDWIDE.

PROVIDES AIRLINE PASSENGER TRANSPORTATION VIA ITS ALASKA AIRLINES AND


HORIZON AIR SUBSIDIARIES.

Ann. EPS Growth +30% PE 53 Avg. Daily Vol 511,100 Debt 0%


Last Qtr Eps +41%aNext Qtr Eps Est +17% Last Qtr Sales +21%
3 Q's Avg Eps +47% PreTax Mgn 23%
Eps Due 7/31
R&D 10%

Ann. EPS Growth +52% PE 16 Avg. Daily Vol 477,700 Debt 41%
Last Qtr Eps +40%aNext Qtr Eps Est +20% Last Qtr Sales -16%
3 Q's Avg Eps +108%
Eps Due 8/2

Ann. EPS Growth +29% PE 12 Avg. Daily Vol 1,129,400 Debt 61%
Last Qtr Eps +59%`Next Qtr Eps Est +1% Last Qtr Sales +9%
3 Q's Avg Eps +37% PreTax Mgn 11%
Eps Due 7/26

The IBD 50 is computer created. Your


watch list of leading growth stocks. List
blends earnings growth, sales, R.O.E.,
price action, and other fundamentals.
. Scan charts for stocks at proper buy
points.
. Go to investors.com, read a stocks story
and do an IBD Stock Checkup.

Slips 2% below 80.64 buy point from odd base.

(CI)
28 CIGNA
282.5M Shares

INTL (OII)
29 OCEANEERING
107.1M Shares 97 Comp. Rating

Group 28
98 Comp. Rating 93 EPS

o$74.95
20% ROE

86 RS

Acc/Dis B
UpDown Vol 1.1
Sup/Demand 74

Group 47
92 EPS 87 RS

o$77.97
17% ROE

Acc/Dis B
UpDown Vol 1.4
Sup/Demand 60

Acc/Dis B
UpDown Vol 0.7
Sup/Demand 83

Sluggish breakout; 5% past 95.52 cup w/ handle buy point.

Back above 10-week line; works on right side of base.

INC (SNTS)
30 SANTARUS
47.4M Shares 98 Comp. Rating

KORS LTD (KORS)


31 MICHAEL
182.2M Shares 97 Comp. Rating

Group 26
80 EPS

98 RS

o$24.67
39% ROE

Group 67
99 EPS 77 RS

o$62.61
53% ROE

PROVIDES MANAGED HEALTHCARE SERVICES THROUGH HMO, PPO, POS AND INDEMNITY PLANS TO 14.04 MIL MEMBERS

PROVIDES DEEPWATER ENGINEERED SERVICES AND PRODUCTS TO OFFSHORE OIL


AND GAS INDUSTRY

DEVELOPS IMMEDIATE-RELEASE PROTON PUMP INHIBITOR PRESCRIPTION PRODUCTS TO TREAT GASTROINTESTINAL CONDITIONS.

MARKETS LUXURY APPAREL, ACCESSORIES AND FOOTWEAR UNDER THE MICHAEL


KORS AND MICHAEL MICHAEL KORS NAMES

Ann. EPS Growth +11% PE 12 Avg. Daily Vol 1,817,300 Debt 51%
Last Qtr Eps +39%aNext Qtr Eps Est +8% Last Qtr Sales +21%
3 Q's Avg Eps +46% PreTax Mgn 9%
Eps Due 8/2

Ann. EPS Growth +18% PE 27 Avg. Daily Vol 568,500 Debt 5%


Last Qtr Eps +47%`Next Qtr Eps Est +25% Last Qtr Sales +21%
3 Q's Avg Eps +40% PreTax Mgn 15%
Eps Due 7/25

Ann. EPS Growth % PE 43 Avg. Daily Vol 1,507,200 Debt 12%


Last Qtr Eps +167% Next Qtr Eps Est +220% Last Qtr Sales +73%
3 Q's Avg Eps +511% PreTax Mgn 12%
Eps Due 8/7
R&D 12%

Ann. EPS Growth +111% PE 32 Avg. Daily Vol 3,688,600 Debt 0%


Last Qtr Eps +138%`Next Qtr Eps Est +44% Last Qtr Sales +57%
3 Q's Avg Eps +121% PreTax Mgn 28%
Eps Due 8/14

Acc/Dis B
UpDown Vol 1.1
Sup/Demand 55

Acc/Dis AUpDown Vol 1.0


Sup/Demand 48

Resilient but extended after many tests of 10-week line.


TIRE&RUB (GT)
32 GOODYEAR
240.8M Shares 85 Comp. Rating

2% past 76.70 flat-base buy point.

Group 124
98 EPS 85 RS

o$16.51
89% ROE

HLDGS (ARMH)
Group 98
33 ARM
463.6M Shares 94 Comp. Rating 96 EPS

82 RS

o$41.73
18% ROE

Acc/Dis B
UpDown Vol 1.3
Sup/Demand 85

Acc/Dis B+
UpDown Vol 1.4
Sup/Demand 88

2% above 24.10 buy pt after breakout from 6-week consolidation.

Adds narrow handle to new cup; 65.21 buy point.

(PVH)
Group 67
34 P78.6MV H CORP
Shares 97 Comp. Rating 96 EPS

INC ADR (NTES)


35 NETEASE
71.3M Shares 98 Comp. Rating

81 RS

o$128.04
16% ROE

Group 24
95 EPS 81 RS

o$65.01
25% ROE

MANUFACTURES TIRES AND RUBBER-RELATED CHEMICALS FOR TRANSPORTATION


AND INDUSTRIAL MARKETS.

BRITISH DESIGNER OF MICROPROCESSORS/PHYSICAL IP COMPONENTS USED IN


MOBILE PHONES, COMPUTING DEVICES, AND DIGITAL TVS.

MARKETS MEN'S, WOMEN'S AND CHILDREN'S DRESS SHIRTS, SPORTSWEAR, FOOTWEAR, ACCESSORIES, AND OTHER RELATED PRODUCTS.

CHINESE PROVIDER OF AN INTERACTIVE ONLINE GAMING COMMUNITY, INTERNET


PORTAL AND WIRELESS VALUE-ADDED SERVICES.

Ann. EPS Growth +62% PE 9 Avg. Daily Vol 5,097,800 Debt 999%
Last Qtr Eps +32%aNext Qtr Eps Est -18% Last Qtr Sales -12%
3 Q's Avg Eps +402% PreTax Mgn 3%
Eps Due 7/31

Ann. EPS Growth +35% PE 53 Avg. Daily Vol 3,046,400 Debt 0%


Last Qtr Eps +50%`Next Qtr Eps Est +29% Last Qtr Sales +22%
3 Q's Avg Eps +32% PreTax Mgn 47%
Eps Due 7/25
R&D 29%

Ann. EPS Growth +29% PE 18 Avg. Daily Vol 773,400 Debt 68%
Last Qtr Eps +44%`Next Qtr Eps Est +10% Last Qtr Sales +34%
3 Q's Avg Eps +34% PreTax Mgn 10%
Eps Due 8/27

Ann. EPS Growth +32% PE 14 Avg. Daily Vol 481,500 Debt 0%


Last Qtr Eps +16%aNext Qtr Eps Est +20% Last Qtr Sales +11%
3 Q's Avg Eps +11% PreTax Mgn 52%
Eps Due 8/16
R&D 9%

Acc/Dis B+
UpDown Vol 1.6
Sup/Demand 87

Acc/Dis BUpDown Vol 1.2


Sup/Demand 56

Up 2% from 16.17 buy point from base-on-base pattern.

REITs
R Acc 52-Wk
S Dis High Stock

CE
C
BCC+
E
B
CE
D+
AC+
D+
C+
DDE
C
E
C
B+
BDC+
E
BCB
DB
AB
BD

29.3
26.9
34.3
349.0
78.4
21.0
33.7
36.3
48.5
25.5
21.1
21.1
17.8
7.0
33.4
18.3
22.1
8.6
11.8
8.0
14.3
19.1
151.2
31.1
23.1
29.5
117.0
54.1
16.1
24.0
7.8
76.1
14.4
8.7
14.6

Closing
Vol% %
Symbol Price Chg Chg Yld

Closing
Vol% % 46 E 26.9 CBLAssoc
Symbol Price Chg Chg Yld 35 B- 6.8 CedarRealty

For Tuesday, July 16, 2013


33
5
60
27
24
28
5
65
19
5
13
50
6
9
48
25
7
35
30
3
62
35
35
55
37
85
31
35
46
27
50
40
32
92
20

Clawing back after slicing below its 10-week line.


R Acc 52-Wk
S Dis High Stock

AcadiaRlty AKR
AGMortgage MITT
AgreeRealty ADC
Alexanders ALX
AlexndriaEq ARE
AltisourceRes RESI
AmCpAy
AGNC
AmerAssets AAT
AmerCamp ACC
AmerCapMtg MTGE
AmerResidtl ARPI
Amreit
AMRE
AnnalyCap NLY
AnworthMrtg ANH
ApartmntInv AIV
ApolloComm ARI
ApolloRes
AMTG
ArborRlty
ABR
ArmadaHofflr AHH
ArmourRes ARR
AshfordHsp AHT
AssocEstRlty AEC
AvalonBay AVB
Aviv Reit
AVIV
BioMdRlty BMR
BlackstnMtg BXMT
BostonPrpty BXP
BREProprts BRE
BrndywineRty BDN
BrookfieldProp BPY
BRRealty
BRT
CamdenPrpty CPT
CampusCrest CCG
CapLease
LSE
CapsteadMtg CMO

26.13
17.72
30.82
306.63
69.32
17.91
22.17
33.89
41.88
17.78
17.89
18.47
12.00
5.14
31.13
16.22
15.76
6.53
11.36
4.45
11.62
16.54
140.33
25.83
21.05
25.24
109.50
51.48
14.30
21.35
7.31
72.98
12.11
8.46
11.83

0.10
-0.17
-0.28
-1.86
-0.15
0.31
-0.29
0.03
-0.06
-0.16
-0.09
-0.37
-0.07
-0.03
0.04
0.00
-0.36
0.01
0.25
-0.05
-0.04
0.14
0.66
-0.12
0.02
0.35
-0.20
-0.06
-0.03
0.28
-0.10
0.14
0.27
-0.01
-0.13

4 3.2
-31 18.1
-69 5.3
102 3.6
-59 3.8
39 ..
-63 18.9
-12 2.5
12 3.4
-64 18.0
-77 ..
464 4.3
-47 13.3
-51 11.7
-21 3.1
1 9.9
-26 17.8
-78 7.4
-33 0.7
-36 18.9
-18 4.1
-62 4.6
-57 3.0
-67 0.0
-27 4.5
-85 0.0
-30 2.4
-54 3.1
-41 4.2
-58 4.7
-58 ..
-25 3.5
41 5.5
1 3.7
-29 10.5

15
72
39
59
36
48
28
81
49
42
63
69
28
4
53
46
15
39
39
42
25
31
40
24
8
47
52
37
29
46
45
66
25
69
56
41

B+
D+
BACB
CD+
B
C
B
E
C+
BB
B
C+
D
C+
D+
BC
DC+
A+
B
B+
D
D
DC
D
D
D-

10.1
19.9
3.3
24.1
11.7
25.0
23.7
25.3
38.6
29.9
11.3
17.7
24.8
14.0
8.4
19.5
80.6
10.6
28.6
18.8
28.4
11.1
67.0
11.8
19.9
61.2
42.9
26.7
65.7
171.1
15.4
45.3
118.5
6.5
18.9
16.1

ChambersStr
ChathamLdg
Chimera
ChspkeLdge
ColeRealEst
ColonialPrpty
ColonyFinl
Commnwlth
CoresiteRlty
CorpOffice
CousinsPrpty
Cubesmart
CyrusOne
CYSInvstmt
DCTIndust
DDR
DigitalRlty
DmndrockHsp
DouglasEmmt
DukeRlty
DupontFab
DynexCap
Eastgroup
EducationRlty
EllngRdnMtg
EPRPrpty
EqLifestyle
EquityOne
EquityRes
EssexPrpty
Excel
ExtraSpace
FederalRlty
FelCorLdg
FirstIndust
FirstPotomac

CBL
CDR
CSG
CLDT
CIM
CHSP
COLE
CLP
CLNY
CWH
COR
OFC
CUZ
CUBE
CONE
CYS
DCT
DDR
DLR
DRH
DEI
DRE
DFT
DX
EGP
EDR
EARN
EPR
ELS
EQY
EQR
ESS
EXL
EXR
FRT
FCH
FR
FPO

23.50
5.71
8.72
18.99
2.88
23.23
11.03
24.37
20.01
23.89
33.42
27.58
10.53
17.03
21.72
8.71
7.64
17.57
63.87
9.81
25.80
16.71
24.38
10.10
59.65
10.43
15.42
51.55
40.72
23.64
58.74
166.61
13.92
43.68
105.69
6.12
16.67
14.25

0.26
0.06
-0.10
-0.03
-0.06
0.01
-0.14
0.13
-0.49
0.31
0.24
0.07
-0.24
0.04
-0.19
-0.03
-0.11
0.19
0.22
0.07
-0.30
0.05
-0.10
-0.01
0.03
0.04
-0.22
-0.26
0.00
0.08
0.13
0.65
0.10
-0.12
0.04
-0.03
-0.09
-0.06

-7 3.9
10 3.5
-66 5.7
-26 4.4
13 12.5
-5 4.1
-10 6.3
-69 3.4
-41 7.0
-74 4.2
-53 3.2
8 4.0
12 1.7
-60 2.6
-62 2.9
-28 15.6
22 3.7
30 3.1
-48 4.9
-39 3.5
-21 2.8
-33 4.1
-67 4.1
-59 11.5
-21 3.6
38 4.2
-49 0.0
-56 6.1
-14 4.9
14 3.7
-36 2.7
-64 2.9
-38 4.9
-38 3.7
-6 2.8
-39 ..
-21 2.0
-70 4.2

D
C+
E
C+
D+
D
B
BC+
A
DBC+
B+
DB
BB
D+
D+
C+
B+
CB
DCDE
B
B+
BD
CD+
BE
B
B-

15.7
15.3
23.3
23.0
21.3
13.3
27.3
5.3
76.0
12.5
29.7
56.1
80.1
30.6
13.3
6.3
41.2
21.5
67.8
32.6
18.9
24.2
12.1
2.4
22.3
10.0
12.6
20.2
60.3
25.1
6.9
11.9
29.5
13.8
45.0
48.7
72.2
29.4

Acc/Dis B+
UpDown Vol 1.8
Sup/Demand 35

Extended 6% above 120.68 entry from irregular base.

R Acc 52-Wk
S Dis High Stock

12
51
46
50
35
37
43
90
27
43
13
24
40
37
43
49
35
99
37
52
48
47
57
10
7
33
82
3
46
44
37
45
22
65
33
46
38
16

Acc/Dis B+
UpDown Vol 1.7
Sup/Demand 70

Closing
Vol% %
Symbol Price Chg Chg Yld

Five Oaks Inv OAKS


FranklnSt
FSP
GenGrwthPpty GGP
GettyRlty
GTY
Gladstone
GOOD
GlimcherRlty GRT
GovtPrpty
GOV
GramercyProp GPT
Gyrodyne
GYRO
HannonArm HASI
HatterasFin HTS
HCP
HCP
HealthCare HCN
HealthcreRlty HR
HealthcTrAm HTA
HershaHosp HT
Highwood
HIW
HMG
HMG
HomePrpty HME
Hosp Prop Tr HPT
HostHtls
HST
HudsonPac HPP
InlandRE
IRC
Innsuites
IHT
InvescoMrtg IVR
InvestrsRE IRET
iStarFincl
SFI
Javeline Mortg JMI
Kilroy Rlty KRC
KimcoRlty
KIM
KiteRealty KRG
KKRFincl
KFN
LaSalleHotl LHO
LexngtonRlty LXP
LibertyPpty LRY
LTC Ppty
LTC
Macerich
MAC
MackCali
CLI

12.42
13.96
21.32
21.34
19.12
11.47
26.05
4.81
70.67
12.00
23.33
46.31
67.80
26.80
11.20
5.84
36.66
19.11
65.76
28.60
18.07
21.90
10.68
1.65
16.40
9.05
11.59
13.36
54.33
22.51
5.97
10.91
25.06
12.43
38.94
41.11
64.48
24.53

-0.09
0.01
0.04
-0.04
0.07
0.02
-0.12
0.04
0.19
-0.06
-0.16
-0.32
0.23
-0.35
-0.04
0.00
-0.28
0.24
0.15
0.15
0.03
0.03
-0.02
0.00
-0.02
0.01
-0.16
-0.13
-0.47
0.01
-0.02
-0.06
-0.69
0.04
0.21
-0.01
-0.01
0.15

-59 15.5
-22 5.4
-53 2.3
-21 3.7
-33 7.8
-13 3.5
-27 6.6
44 ..
-6 0.0
-56 ..
-15 12.0
-48 4.5
-53 4.5
204 4.5
-23 5.1
-56 4.1
-58 4.6
5 ..
-43 4.3
-17 6.6
-21 2.4
-45 2.3
0 5.3
-100 0.6
-35 15.9
-11 5.7
-73 ..
-53 20.7
-30 2.6
-41 3.7
-8 4.0
42 7.7
160 3.2
-20 4.8
11 4.9
-39 4.5
-59 3.6
-18 4.9

R Acc 52-Wk
S Dis High Stock

69
29
33
20
58
46
52
32
86
83
23
75
58
15
58
55
58
18
34
40
80
29
35
21
34
79
41
40
46
71
54
46
35
27
38
49
43
70
65

E
DB+
E
C
D+
B+
BB+
BE
DDD
B
BC
D
DABE
E
C+
B
DAD
CBBCD+
B
BC
DB

17.7
9.6
74.9
11.8
3.8
73.0
42.0
7.3
6.0
10.3
7.6
38.4
27.7
15.4
12.3
28.4
22.5
28.9
21.1
54.6
10.2
53.0
51.5
11.4
10.1
19.6
45.5
86.9
168.7
8.8
17.9
60.6
55.5
24.8
59.4
7.0
15.8
16.0
24.0

Extended 16% above 56.07 handle entry in big double bottom.

Closing
Vol% %
Symbol Price Chg Chg Yld

MedicalPrpty
MFAFincl
MidAmApt
MonmouthRE
MPGOffice
NatlHlthInv
NatlRetailPty
New Resi Inv
Newcastle
NorthStarRlty
NYMrtg
OmegaHlthcre
OneLiberty
Orchid Island
Owens Realty
Pebblebrook
PennREIT
Pennymac
PiedmontOff
PlumCreek
PMCCommrcl
PostPrptys
Potlatch
PowerReit
PrefdAptCmn
PrkwyProp
Prologis
PSBusParks
PublicStor
RAIT Fin
RamcoGers
Rayonier
RealtyIncome
Redwood
RegencyCtrs
ResourceCap
RetailOpp
RetailPrpsAm
RLJLodging

MPW
MFA
MAA
MNR
MPG
NHI
NNN
NRZ
NCT
NRF
NYMT
OHI
OLP
ORC
ORM
PEB
PEI
PMT
PDM
PCL
PCC
PPS
PCH
PW
APTS
PKY
PLD
PSB
PSA
RAS
RPT
RYN
O
RWT
REG
RSO
ROIC
RPAI
RLJ

15.07
8.12
67.89
10.17
3.12
63.75
37.01
6.74
5.72
9.60
6.41
33.19
23.79
12.42
9.31
27.58
20.01
21.87
18.65
48.90
9.68
49.91
41.55
8.55
8.59
19.05
39.30
75.08
160.34
7.50
16.00
56.82
45.21
16.76
52.75
6.44
14.09
14.85
23.54

-0.06
-0.01
0.42
0.02
0.01
0.41
-0.35
-0.06
0.16
-0.10
-0.02
0.24
0.24
-0.10
-0.34
-0.41
-0.22
-0.20
0.02
0.26
0.00
0.26
0.30
0.09
-0.11
0.13
0.03
0.31
0.63
-0.10
0.06
-0.01
0.02
-0.36
0.10
0.01
-0.03
-0.02
-0.06

-51 5.3
-35 10.8
-59 4.1
-42 5.9
-42 ..
-44 4.6
6 4.4
-32 0.0
18 11.9
-57 7.9
-59 16.8
-31 5.5
-54 5.9
48 13.0
-45 ..
-5 2.3
-12 3.6
-33 10.4
-5 4.3
-29 3.6
-4 5.2
-33 2.6
-28 3.0
-80 4.7
-60 7.0
-31 3.1
-28 2.8
11 2.3
-43 3.1
-64 6.9
-38 4.2
-57 3.1
-41 4.8
-32 6.7
8 3.5
-51 12.4
-51 4.3
-55 4.4
-11 3.5

R Acc 52-Wk
S Dis High Stock

13
78
31
63
48
43
45
12
31
56
74
62
41
51
38
80
53
58
64
9
33
27
57
17
21
37
31
15
43
40
35
38
30
48
40
14
55
60
77

CBB
D+
B+
D
B
DC
B
B+
C+
E
D+
B
C
C+
BBE
BCB
E
BB
C+
B
C
CC+
D+
C
CD
D+
D+
D-

1.7
22.6
48.4
32.4
48.4
30.1
30.0
22.4
182.4
95.4
4.8
71.5
23.1
24.4
28.9
9.7
10.6
57.8
13.3
1.2
39.5
89.5
20.3
10.0
13.0
27.8
12.2
59.1
23.4
20.5
84.1
88.7
30.6
35.9
33.2
6.8
17.9
13.3
79.3

Closing
Vol% %
Symbol Price Chg Chg Yld

RobertsRlty
RousePrprts
RymanHspPrp
SabraHlthcr
SaulCenters
SelectIncme
SeniorHouse
SilverBayRlty
SimonPrpty
SLGreenRlty
SothrlyHotls
SovranSlfSt
SpiritRealty
StagIndust
Starwd
StrategicHtls
SummitHotl
SunCommty
SunstoneHotl
SupertelHosp
TangerFact
TaubmanCtr
TerrenoRlty
Trade St Resi
TwoHarbors
UDR INC
UMHPrptys
UnivrslHR
UrstadBddleA
UrstadtBiddle
Ventas
VornadoRlty
Washington
Weingarten
Weyerhaus
WheelerReit
Whitestone
WinthropRlty
WPCarey

RPI
RSE
RHP
SBRA
BFS
SIR
SNH
SBY
SPG
SLG
SOHO
SSS
SRC
STAG
STWD
BEE
INN
SUI
SHO
SPPR
SKT
TCO
TRNO
TSRE
TWO
UDR
UMH
UHT
UBA
UBP
VTR
VNO
WRE
WRI
WY
WHLR
WSR
FUR
WPC

1.12
20.64
37.40
27.60
47.90
27.71
26.70
16.44
162.90
93.12
4.58
70.20
18.55
20.45
25.15
8.87
10.04
52.10
13.03
0.88
34.95
77.79
18.75
8.57
10.12
25.82
10.86
45.65
21.49
19.54
70.89
87.28
27.79
32.02
29.36
5.20
16.34
13.37
69.93

-0.06
-0.17
-0.47
-0.08
0.35
-0.18
-0.03
-0.25
0.00
-0.63
0.10
0.81
0.19
0.01
-0.44
-0.14
0.02
0.32
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WEDNESDAY, JULY 17, 2013

36

POLYONE (POL)
Group 165
96.4M Shares 82 Comp. Rating 93 EPS

90 RS

o$27.62
17% ROE

MANUFACTURES CONTAINERBOARD AND CORRUGATED PACKAGING FOR THE


FOOD/BEVERAGE, PAPER AND AGRICULTURAL MARKETS.

Ann. EPS Growth +29% PE 23 Avg. Daily Vol 804,500 Debt 80%
Last Qtr Eps +48%aNext Qtr Eps Est +29% Last Qtr Sales +13%
3 Q's Avg Eps +43% PreTax Mgn 14%
Eps Due 7/16

Ann. EPS Growth +56% PE 38 Avg. Daily Vol 513,100 Debt 0%


Last Qtr Eps +13%aNext Qtr Eps Est +12% Last Qtr Sales +16%
3 Q's Avg Eps +25% PreTax Mgn 37%
Eps Due 8/2
R&D 9%

INC (ACT)
Group 63
40 ACTAVIS
125.2M Shares 97 Comp. Rating 90 EPS

Acc/Dis B
UpDown Vol 1.7
Sup/Demand 53

TECHNOLOGIES (BYI)
41 BALLY
36.7M Shares 98 Comp. Rating

Forms a base-on-base with 72.28 buy point.


Group 35
90 EPS 86 RS

Group 10
96 Comp. Rating 88 EPS

Acc/Dis AUpDown Vol 2.5


Sup/Demand 78

Extended. Soars to new high in massive volume.


88 RS

o$38.13
35% ROE

Ann. EPS Growth +35% PE 18 Avg. Daily Vol 1,569,000 Debt n/a
Last Qtr Eps -44%aNext Qtr Eps Est -51% Last Qtr Sales +27%
3 Q's Avg Eps +54% PreTax Mgn 20%
Eps Due 8/1

BRAND GROUP (ICON)


45 ICONIX
51.5M Shares 94 Comp. Rating

Acc/Dis B
UpDown Vol 1.0
Sup/Demand 54

Cup-shaped base appears with a buy point at 242.74.

Group 67
87 EPS 91 RS

o$31.06
10% ROE

AIRLINES INC (SAVE)


46 SPIRIT
71.9M Shares 99 Comp. Rating

Group 46
82 EPS 93 RS

o$33.57
20% ROE

MARKETS APPAREL, ACCESSORIES, FOOTWEAR, BEAUTY/FRAGRANCE PRODUCTS


AND HOME ACCESSORIES FOR YOUNG MEN AND WOMEN

PROVIDES POINT-TO-POINT LOW FARE AIRLINE SERVICE TO AND FROM NORTH


AMERICA, THE CARIBBEAN AND LATIN AMERICA

Ann. EPS Growth +18% PE 14 Avg. Daily Vol 3,979,600 Debt 146%
Last Qtr Eps +18%aNext Qtr Eps Est +18% Last Qtr Sales +3%
3 Q's Avg Eps +44% PreTax Mgn 2%
Eps Due 9/7

Ann. EPS Growth +15% PE 17 Avg. Daily Vol 649,400 Debt 72%
Last Qtr Eps +26%`Next Qtr Eps Est +24% Last Qtr Sales +19%
3 Q's Avg Eps +9% PreTax Mgn 57%
Eps Due 7/25

Ann. EPS Growth +29% PE 22 Avg. Daily Vol 637,200 Debt 0%


Last Qtr Eps +36%`Next Qtr Eps Est +24% Last Qtr Sales +23%
3 Q's Avg Eps +2% PreTax Mgn 12%
Eps Due 7/24

ADS (YY)
Group 14
48 YY8.5MINCShares
96 Comp. Rating 79 EPS

Acc/Dis B
UpDown Vol 0.8
Sup/Demand 76

Drops below 31.32 buy point from six-week flat base.


99 RS

o$34.62
0% ROE

PHARMCTL (REGN)
49 REGENERON
69.1M Shares 98 Comp. Rating

Acc/Dis AUpDown Vol 2.0


Sup/Demand 67

Support at 10-week line in 1st pullback since 5/1 breakout.

Group 6
80 EPS 93 RS

o$262.71
61% ROE

PLC (ALKS)
50 ALKERMES
88.8M Shares 97 Comp. Rating

Group 6
80 EPS

86 RS

o$29.63
45% ROE

CHINESE PROVIDER OF AN ONLINE SOCIAL COMMUNICATION PLATFORM OFFERING REAL-TIME VOICE, TEXT AND VIDEO FEATURES VIA YY.COM

DEVELOPS DRUGS TO TREAT EYE DISEASES, INFLAMMATORY DISEASES AND CANCER.

DEVELOPS THERAPIES BASED ON PROPRIETARY DRUG DELIVERY TECHNOLOGY TO


ENHANCE EXISTING DRUGS.

Ann. EPS Growth % PE 49 Avg. Daily Vol 917,800 Debt 0%


Last Qtr Eps +156%`Next Qtr Eps Est +62% Last Qtr Sales+134%
3 Q's Avg Eps +395% PreTax Mgn 25%
Eps Due 7/28
R&D 22%

Ann. EPS Growth % PE 43 Avg. Daily Vol 885,500 Debt 0%


Last Qtr Eps +381%aNext Qtr Eps Est -6% Last Qtr Sales +90%
3 Q's Avg Eps +442% PreTax Mgn 38%
Eps Due 7/25
R&D 45%

Ann. EPS Growth % PE 23 Avg. Daily Vol 1,605,700 Debt 0%


Last Qtr Eps +233%aNext Qtr Eps Est -44% Last Qtr Sales +25%
3 Q's Avg Eps +205% PreTax Mgn 115%
Eps Due 7/26
R&D 52%

Acc/Dis B+
UpDown Vol 1.0
Sup/Demand 86

Up five weeks in a row, which signals continued accumulation.

o$222.85
23% ROE

OPERATES 3,538 SUPERMARKETS, CONVENIENCE STORES AND JEWELRY STORES


UNDER KROGER, RALPHS, KWIK SHOP AND OTHER NAMES

Climbs 7% from 35.54 buy point from flat base.

TV BROADCASTING COMPANY WHICH OWNS OR PROVIDES PROGRAMMING, OPERATING OR SALES SERVICES TO 86 STATIONS IN 46 MARKETS.

85 RS

Ann. EPS Growth +16% PE 31 Avg. Daily Vol 1,480,900 Debt 10%
Last Qtr Eps +41%`Next Qtr Eps Est +5% Last Qtr Sales +10%
3 Q's Avg Eps +17% PreTax Mgn 38%
Eps Due 7/24
R&D 24%

Acc/Dis AUpDown Vol 1.7


Sup/Demand 62

o$30.16
0% ROE

Group 6
90 EPS

Ann. EPS Growth +18% PE 20 Avg. Daily Vol 496,600 Debt 252%
Last Qtr Eps +39%aNext Qtr Eps Est +19% Last Qtr Sales +13%
3 Q's Avg Eps +52% PreTax Mgn 19%
Eps Due 8/9
R&D 11%

Acc/Dis A
UpDown Vol 2.3
Sup/Demand 75

19% past 20.09 buy point from Mays big-volume breakout.

IDEC INC (BIIB)


42 BIOGEN
235.0M Shares 98 Comp. Rating

Ann. EPS Growth +32% PE 19 Avg. Daily Vol 1,724,600 Debt 163%
Last Qtr Eps +21%`Next Qtr Eps Est +41% Last Qtr Sales +24%
3 Q's Avg Eps +11% PreTax Mgn 19%
Eps Due 7/26
R&D 7%

Flat base takes shape with buy point at 133.10.

Ann. EPS Growth +22% PE 25 Avg. Daily Vol 1,824,100 Debt 0%


Last Qtr Eps +22%`Next Qtr Eps Est +7% Last Qtr Sales +29%
PreTax Mgn 21%
Eps Due 7/17

o$65.13
53% ROE

DEVELOPS TREATMENTS FOR MULTIPLE SCLEROSIS (MS), CANCER AND AUTOIMMUNE/INFLAMMATORY DISEASES.

(KR)
44 KROGER
507.9M Shares

Group 5
81 EPS 98 RS

o$122.84
21% ROE

MANUFACTURES GAMING EQUIPMENT AND SYSTEMS AND OFFERS RENTAL AND


LEASE SERVICES FOR CASINO OPERATORS.

ORIENTL EDU&TEC (EDU)


43 NEW
128.3M Shares 99 Comp. Rating

BROADCAST (SBGI)
47 SINCLAIR
28.3M Shares 94 Comp. Rating

Extended 9% past 36.51 cup base entry.


87 RS

Acc/Dis BUpDown Vol 1.2


Sup/Demand 88

DEVELOPS GENERIC AND BRANDED DRUGS FOR HYPERTENSION, ELEVATED CHOLESTEROL, CONTRACEPTION, PAIN AND OTHERS.

Only 1% above 50.88 buy point; new highs in healthy trade.

CHINESE PROVIDER OF LANGUAGE TRAINING AND TEST PREPARATION COURSES


TO 2.4 MIL STUDENTS VIA 55 SCHOOLS AND 609 CENTERS.

o$67.02
28% ROE

Ann. EPS Growth +15% PE 13 Avg. Daily Vol 406,300 Debt 41%
Last Qtr Eps +27%aNext Qtr Eps Est +17% Last Qtr Sales +37%
3 Q's Avg Eps +28% PreTax Mgn 12%
Eps Due 8/6

Acc/Dis B
UpDown Vol 1.8
Sup/Demand 79

o$23.99
25% ROE

B3

Ann. EPS Growth +27% PE 23 Avg. Daily Vol 556,200 Debt 112%
Last Qtr Eps +29%`Next Qtr Eps Est -5% Last Qtr Sales +7%
3 Q's Avg Eps +24% PreTax Mgn 5%
Eps Due 7/31

Acc/Dis A
UpDown Vol 1.5
Sup/Demand 65

Group 15
88 EPS 88 RS

38

OPENTABLE INC (OPEN)


Group 111
21.4M Shares 94 Comp. Rating 92 EPS 87 RS

PROVIDES A COMPUTERIZED RESERVATION AND TABLE MANAGEMENT SYSTEM


FOR RESTAURANTS.

Acc/Dis BUpDown Vol 1.1


Sup/Demand 50

o$51.49
21% ROE

o$39.70
19% ROE

OFFERS WORKERS' COMPENSATION, SPECIALTY PROPERTY AND CASUALTY AND


SPECIALTY RISK AND EXTENDED WARRANTY INSURANCE.

Still in buying range after clearing 26.94 entry.


Group 23
91 EPS 86 RS

Group 84
93 EPS 85 RS

MANUFACTURES PVC RESINS, POLYMER FORMULATIONS, COLOR AND ADDITIVE


SYSTEMS AND OTHERS FOR THE PLASTICS INDUSTRY.

50
CORP OF AMER (PKG)
39 PACKGING
96.1M Shares 98 Comp. Rating

37

AMTRUST FINL SVCS (AFSI)


27.0M Shares 96 Comp. Rating

Acc/Dis A
UpDown Vol 1.9
Sup/Demand 84

Extended after rocketing off 10-week line; broke out in May.

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Acc/Dis B+
UpDown Vol 0.9
Sup/Demand 68

Forming right side of late-stage base; 7% off high.

Acc/Dis C+
UpDown Vol 0.5
Sup/Demand 83

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WHAT'S THE MARKET TREND?

INVESTORS.COM

THE BIG PICTURE

Indexes Break Win Streak,


But Losses Are Contained
BY JUAN CARLOS ARANCIBIA
INVESTOR'S BUSINESS DAILY

The stock market halted its feverish advance Tuesday but the damage was limited.
After practically vanishing for
three weeks, sellers came back to
the market. The S&P 500 fell 0.4%
and the Nasdaq 0.2% as both broke
eight-day winning streaks.
Volume increased, which meant
the indexes sustained the first distribution day since last weeks bullish follow-through signal.
Historically, its a bad sign when
a day of higher-volume selling
such as Tuesday hits the market
soon after a follow-through. In
this case, it came three days after
Thursdays confirmation.
But its not always so dreary for
stocks. Three distribution days occurred soon after the July 26, 2012
follow-through, yet the market
continued rising. After the Nov. 23
follow-through, distribution surfaced two days later but it didnt
stop the markets advance.
To be sure, Tuesdays decline
was no surprise given the steep
climb the major indexes had been
on. The Nasdaq had jumped 9.5%
from its June 24 low, and the S&P
500 nearly 8%.
In that context, and in light of the
days moderate losses, stock investors have no reason to alter their investment strategy. The market is
trending upward, and most of the
recent breakouts are holding up.
The IBD 50 fell 1.4%, far more
than the major averages. A sell-off
in Tesla MotorsTSLA and a 6% decline in StratasysSSYS seemed to
disproportionately hurt the priceweighted index.
Tesla plunged 14% after a Goldman Sachs analyst cut his price target on the electric carmaker and
suggested the stock may be overvalued.
YandexYNDX was another top
stock that came under noticeable
selling. It dropped 4% in volume

48% above average but closed 3%


above its 28.74 buy point.
While most IBD 50 stocks declined, few did in above-average
volume, which was reassuring.
There was another positive report from the housing market: The
National Association of Home
Builders/Wells Fargo builder sentiment index rose to the highest
level since January 2006.
But leading homebuilder stocks
were muted, and the industry
group as a whole fell about 1%.
The market started weakening
more late in the morning, after
Kansas City Fed President Esther
George urged slowing the Federal

MAR KE T P ULSE
Tuesdays action:
First distribution day since
last weeks follow-through
Current outlook:
Confirmed uptrend
Distribution days:
1 for S&P 500, Nasdaq
Leaders up in volume:
SouFun HoldingsSFUN
Power IntegrationsPOWI
Multimedia GamesMGAM
Leaders down in volume:
Alliance Fiber OpticAFOP
Tesla MotorsTSLA
StratasysSSYS ChuysCHUY
YYYY YandexYNDX
Reserves bond-buying program
sometime in the first half of next
year, reports said. George has
been skeptical of the program.
A greater focus for the market is
Fed chief Ben Bernanke, who will
give his semi-annual testimony to
Congress starting Wednesday.
The chairman has been sounding a
dovish tone on quantitative easing,
which has pleased Wall Street.
Earnings reports, of course, are
another key factor in the market.

Top 40 Groups (6 mos.)

Worst 40 Groups (6 mos.)

Days best bolded, worst underlined. Full Group List in Mondays issue.
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Wk | Ago | Ago | Name

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Rank
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Days
3 6
Composite YTD % This Wks Wks Industry
| Rating | %Chg. | Chg Wk | Ago | Ago | Name

EnergySolar
RetailCnsmrElec
TelcomFibrOptcs
AutoManufacturers
MediaRadio/Tv
MedicalBiomed/Bth
RtailHmeFrnshngs
EnergyAlt/Other
TrnsportationTrck
RetailSpr/MiniMkts
TelcomInfrastr
CmpSftwrSpcEntr
RetailRestaurants
InternetContent
ConsumrSvcsEducation
RetailInternet
FoodMeatProducts
Cosmetics/PersnlCre
LeisreMvies&Rel
LeisreTrvlBking
FoodDairyProducts
MediaDiversified
Paper&PaperProduc
CmpSftwrGaming
Auto/TrckRplcPrts
MedicalEthicalDrgs
ElecSemiconMfg
MedManagedCare
Auto/TrckOrgnlEqp
BanksSoutheast
InsrnceDivrsified
MedResrchEqp/Svc
InsuranceLife
FinancialSvcSpec
LeisreGamng/Equip
ComptrSftwrEntr
CmmlSvcsCnsltng
Aerospace/Defense
CommlSvcDocMgmt
MediaNewspapers

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+119
+95.3
+54.0
+126
+86.7
+51.4
+40.3
+31.0
+37.6
+37.4
+33.2
+25.1
+28.0
+39.1
+33.9
+29.2
+42.7
+31.6
+53.8
+41.2
+38.5
+42.5
+29.1
+47.3
+37.8
+33.7
+28.5
+34.2
+30.2
+24.4
+40.0
+37.1
+36.5
+33.3
+28.8
+28.4
+29.8
+26.5
+23.5
+37.2

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IPO Best Price Change


EPS & RS Rating 80 or more
& IPO in the past 15 years

Comp
Closing Price Vol
Rtg Stock Name
Symbol Price % Chg % Chg
99 Soufun Hldgs Ads A SFUN 32.93 +19.3% +440%
91 Manitex Intl
MNTX 11.39 +4.3% +36%
96 Blackbaud Inc
BLKB 34.70 +2.9% +24%
95 Vipshop Hldgs Ltd Ads VIPS 33.08 +1.8%
-4%
97 Copa Holdings Sa
CPA 137.90 +1.6%
+3%
87 Omnivision Tech
OVTI 17.72 +1.5% -26%
86 Nxp Semiconduct N V NXPI 33.31 +1.4% -42%
84 Alliance Holdings Lp AHGP 63.77 +1.1% -12%
99 C B O E Holdings Inc CBOE 48.04 +0.9% -22%
99 Bitauto Hldgs Ltd Ads BITA 12.61 +0.9% -10%

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Group
Days
Composite YTD %
| Rating | %Chg. | Chg

BanksMoneyCntr
Soap&ClngPreparat
TransportationRail
RetailSpecialty
UtilityElctricPwr
BldgHandTools
UtilityGasDstribtn
ChemicalsPlastics
Security/Sfty
ChemicalsBasic
Trucks&PartsHvyD
AgriculturalOprtions
BldgCment/Cncrt
TrnsprtAirFreight
FinanceReit
Oil&GasIntlExplPr
ChemicalsPaints
FinancPblInvFdeqt
FinanceCmrclLoan
Oil&GasIntegrated
Oil&GasDrilling
LeisureLodging
EnergyCoal
BevNonAlcoholic
FinanceMrtgReit
Oil&GasRoyaltyTrust
MachineryFarm
FincePubInvFdBl
Oil&GascdnExplPro
SteelProducers
MchinryCnstr/Mng
BldgRsidnt/Comml
FinPublInvFdGl
SteelSpcltyAlloys
BldgWoodPrds
FnancepblInvFdbnd
ChemicalsAg
BanksForeign
MiningMetalOres
MiningGld/Silvr/Gms

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+11.1
+19.0
+23.2
+6.3
+9.5
+11.9
+14.9
+13.6
+6.7
+15.4
+17.9
+13.0
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+6.0
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20.1
40.1

IBD 50s Best Price % Chg


Comp
Closing
Rtg Stock Name
Symbol Price
98 Bally Technologies
BYI 65.13
96 Kroger
KR 38.13
99 C B O E Holdings Inc CBOE 48.04
94 Arm Hldgs
ARMH 41.73
98 R P X Corporation RPXC 18.48
99 Generac Hldgs Inc GNRC 41.49
99 Tripadvisor Inc
TRIP 60.62
98 Netease Inc Adr
NTES 65.01
99 Celgene
CELG 135.06
97 Michael Kors Ltd
KORS 62.61

Price Vol
% Chg % Chg
+6.9% +517%
+1.0% +10%
+0.9% -22%
+0.8% -29%
+0.7% -18%
+0.6%
-7%
+0.3% -33%
+0.2% +13%
+0.1% -14%
-0.1% -26%

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Jun

CompEPS Rel Acc 52-Wk


Rtg Rnk Str Dis High Nyse Stock

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to stay away from bases that form
late in a stocks long-term advance.
After a stock has climbed from a
third or fourth base, the odds of
winning a substantial profit
shrink considerably. Thats why
investors need to avoid late-stage
bases.
History shows that in a market
uptrend, the first base of an institutional-quality stock has a high
success rate, and can see a shareprice increase of 20% to 25% or
more from the buy point.
After that, the second base
forms. It also has a high success
rate, and typically rises 20% or
more before the next base starts.
But by the time a stock makes its
third and fourth bases, it has become obvious to everyone in the
market. As much as 80% of fourthstage bases fail, according to
How to Make Money in Stocks.
These late-stage patterns also
tend to be sloppy or outright
faulty. For example, they could
be too short or too deep.
To count bases and know if
youre looking at a late-stage
base, its best to use a weekly
chart.
Make sure you include only pat-

Sep

terns of proper length (seven


weeks minimum for cup-withhandle or double-bottom bases,
five weeks for flat bases). There
must be a separation of at least
20% from a buy point until the
start of the next base. A base on
base counts as a single one.
Bebe StoresBEBE rebounded
from the 2001 recession with an
earnings gain of 74% in 2005. The
retailer of young womens clothing was rebounding too, and was
in a major upward cycle.
A yearlong base-on-base developed from October 2003 until
the breakout in early October
2004. That was a first-stage pattern. A short base in the summer
of 2003 could have escaped notice because the firms earnings
were still in decline at that time.
Bebe soared more than 70%
until it began its next base. That
cup with handle was the second-stage base. The breakout resulted in a 25% gain until the next
base started: another base on
base.
That was the third-stage base
, or even fourth-stage if you
counted the 2003 pattern. The
base didnt have obvious faults,
but investors counting bases
would have known to steer clear
of it.
Bebe made a feeble breakout
and began a 58% decline from
which it has never recovered.

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AdvSemiEng ASX
4.19
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AmNtlB
AMNB 24.41
AmNatl
ANAT 107.43
Ameriana ASBI 10.56
AmElctTch n AETI
8.63
AmiraNatFds ANFI
8.80
ArdGpA
ARDNA 131.91
Arotech
ARTX 1.35
Atlas Finl AFH
9.00
Atrion
ATRI 234.95
Autobytl
ABTL
5.06
AvanirPha AVNR 4.51
Aware
AWRE 5.18
BallardPw BLDP 1.99
Bancfirst
BANF 50.24
BankMtl
BKMU 6.06
BnkKtcky BKYF 29.53
BankMarin BMRC 44.89
BnksCarol BKSC 13.00
JamesFncl BOTJ
8.20
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BBGI
8.34
BioSpecif BSTC 16.68
Boulder Brds BDBD 13.87
BridgeCptl BBNK 16.78
BrdgpntEd BPI
15.57
BrownForA BFA
74.52
C&FFncl
CFFI 55.31
CBIZ
CBZ
7.21
CBSCIA
CBSA 52.63
CDW Corp CDW 20.10
CFSBanc
CITZ 11.88
CSP
CSPI
8.87
CST Brands CST
32.00
C U Bancorp CUNB 17.14
CadenceP CADX 7.41
Calix
CALX 11.41
Callidus
CALD 6.80
CdnSolar
CSIQ 13.98
CapellaEdu CPLA 43.39
CarolnaBnk CLBH 12.65
CassInfo
CASS 53.93
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CenturyCsno CNTY
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99 A+ 14.4
92 C+ 9.8
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78 A- 15.2
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65 D+ 25.7
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87 B+ 12.4
82 B- 10.4
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84 B+ 2.7
77 A+ 7.6
72 B+ 18.0
67 B+ 6.8
99 A 14.3
64 B+ 6.2
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88 A+ 22.7
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95 B+ 8.3
61 B+ 21.2
96 A+ 10.5
89 B- 8.9
58 C 47.5
94 B 7.7
90 A+ 2.8
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90 B- 10.6
76 A+ 21.3
99 B+ 7.3
95 A 67.0
52 A+ 42.9
65 A 24.2
66 A- 7.3
66 D- 45.3
86 B- 19.4
95 A+ 17.2
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ChelseaT
CHTP
ChinaAuto CAAS
ChCBlood CO
ChinaDist DL
Chinaedu CEDU
ChiRecyE
CREG
ChrisBnk
CBK
Cleantch Sols CLNT
Clearfield CLFD
ClearOne
CLRO
CobizFncl COBZ
CollectrsUniv CLCT
Colony
CBAN
CmtyBnkrs ESXB
Compressco GSJK
ConcrCptr CCUR
ConsWtr
CWCO
CornerTh
CRTX
Corvel
CRVL
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CrwnMdia CRWN
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CRY
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Cyanotech CYAN
Cytokinet CYTK
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3.75
7.99
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7.20
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7.18
3.71
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8.26
31.72
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6.83
2.50
7.29
17.49
5.98
13.70
5.99
11.49
22.24
93.60
84.50
7.00
20.33
10.49
8.97
44.00
6.70
2.53
146.31
10.40
21.02
6.63
63.70
40.72
23.80
7.18
43.68
17.25
16.55
24.90

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Symbol Price Chg (1000s) Chg Rtg Rnk Str Dis High Nasdaq Stock

98 90 86A 61.07 BallyTech o


BYI 65.13 +4.22 3,062 +517 98 71
99 99 96D+ 29.16 SoufunHldgs o SFUN 32.93 +5.33 1,511 +440 91 90
96 80
97 99 86D 51.72 EQTMidstrm o EQM 43.57 2.84 1,868 +868
98 99 95B+ 38.05 StdrdMtrA o
SMP 34.53 3.04 478 +203 45 81
62 80 80A 24.27 Berry Plstcs o BERY 21.01 1.25 1,539 +186 60 66
43 88 33E 74.31 Ingredion o
INGR 61.70 0.87 1,176 +165 95 80
33 65 35C 43.43 Coca Cola o
KO 40.23 0.7833,486 +148 54 29
19 56 23D+ 64.65 Mosaic o
MOS 54.12 2.01 6,499 +123 91 96
12 18 15C 61.34 ONEOKPtr o
OKS 50.17 0.87 1,138 +115 99 94
51 95 24C+ 43.81 HDFCBnk o
HDB 36.25 0.93 1,347 +110 99 98
97 68 99A+ 55.92 Qihoo360 o
QIHU 52.81 2.47 4,159 +93 91 59
92 84 82C 158.3 CoreLabs o
CLB 151.8 1.12 454 +91 92 83
45 3 72B+ 24.85 AllisonTran o ALSN 23.62 0.86 436 +90 95 94
69 77 83B 134.1 Whirlpool o
WHR 121.1 3.75 1,762 +84 99 97
93 89 83B 175.8 AffilMangers o AMG 174.1 1.46 726 +84 89 59
31 45 42B+ 76.85 DiamndOffshr o DO 70.55 1.44 1,616 +82 99 99
38 54 26D 85.26 AmerTower o
AMT 74.71 1.45 5,966 +76 69 27
89 91 93B+ 50.61 Tenneco o
TEN 48.92 0.84 1,042 +70 94 97
66 47 73B+ 83.58 GenDynamics o GD 83.01 0.55 3,147 +67 90 74
87 86 74B 94.37 Watsco o
WSO 92.00 0.87 249 +65 52 54
82 59 88B 70.68 TRWAuto o
TRW 66.96 1.74 1,454 +63 37 90
74 95 59D+ 92.73 MarathonPet o MPC 69.93 3.17 5,112 +63 40 76
36 92 17E 48.44 ICICIBank o
IBN 36.47 1.49 2,142 +62 87 96
79 71 79B 168.2 GoldmnSachs o GS 160.2 2.76 5,970 +62 85 95
75 89 53C+ 44.99 ElPasoPipe o
EPB 43.34 1.27 749 +57 95 88
27 55 21D+ 46.16 Potash o
POT 38.48 1.18 7,699 +56 78 73
46 77 59D 42.00 Bemis o
BMS 40.32 0.86 942 +56 43 11
60 93 67D+ 70.52 Phillips66 o
PSX 57.64 1.59 6,107 +56 99 98
56 57 71B 58.50 DCPMidstrm o DPM 54.02 1.48 439 +55 93 75
85 65 89A 53.19 Stancorp o
SFG 52.03 0.87 313 +52 65 50
70 45 88C+ 22.44 SchwbChrl o SCHW 21.00 0.7116,496 +49 77 93
97 92 87A 80.57 Oceanrng o
OII 77.97 1.31 840 +48 94 87
28 68 15B 27.60 AmerMovil o
AMX 20.89 0.58 9,502 +46 99 90
79 90 67D+ 85.22 Tupperware o
TUP 78.38 1.38 697 +46 59 24
96 94 61B 404.6 Chipotle o
CMG 379.1 5.06 560 +45 93 98
60 78 56C 65.59 EntpsPrd o
EPD 63.60 1.33 1,934 +43 96 79
62 68 77B 64.68 RyderSys o
R 60.39 0.98 738 +42 37 15
62 87 63C 194.6 ShrwnWillms o SHW 182.8 1.64 858 +42 63 46
97 98 94C+ 67.40 ProtoLabs o
PRLB 62.72 1.46 632 +41 94 81
74 66 64B 90.94 L3Comm o
LLL 90.25 0.61 707 +41 86 83
83 97 61B 33.62 AquaAmerica o WTR 32.84 0.77 917 +40 45 60
74 85 65C 56.71 AtwoodOcn o
ATW 54.65 1.40 879 +40 56 24
84 58 84A 47.73 SpectraEgy o
SEP 45.16 1.28 456 +40 95 85
44 72 40C+ 87.46 Teleflex
TFX 77.33 0.95 298 +40 98 87
50 80 34D 34.54 Boise Cascade o BCC 27.76 0.63 421 +39 99 80
80 86 62D 41.93 BrinkerIntl o
EAT 40.40 0.55 1,438 +36 99 97

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7.58
23.06
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7.05
13.60
25.17
7.71
8.50
8.21
8.64
12.74
5.35
3.32
1.84
26.80
4.18
6.64
5.70
21.94
9.49
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6.12
6.25
9.09
13.63
7.37
40.97
11.53
2.48
3.95
7.84
17.46
4.61
7.37
9.80
15.97
9.67
73.10
8.91
5.20
12.89
5.63
9.20
8.41
19.87
7.02
3.43
3.55
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53
94
80
87
40
73
80
80
15
80
56
22
98
71
99
75
67
58
98
87
48
54
36
98
41
85
37
33
70
54

96 A- 10.5
69 B+ 23.0
81 B- 10.2
87 A 14.1
74 C- 15.4
81 A+ 32.5
69 B 9.7
75 C- 6.5
85 B+ 11.2
57 B 26.4
70 C+ 24.3
66 A- 7.6
74 B 15.0
83 B 41.8
93 A+ 7.1
84 B 23.1
92 B- 7.7
55 A- 11.0
95 B+ 2.5
86 A 7.3
65 B- 14.3
64 B 25.4
89 D 8.6
82 A 8.7
99 A 9.0
99 A+ 9.4
92 B+ 14.5
62 B- 5.8
99 A+ 3.2
86 B 1.9
95 A 27.0
90 B+ 5.2
66 B+ 7.0
98 B 8.2
62 C 21.7
64 B 10.5
89 A 29.6
97 A 6.9
98 A+ 6.5
90 B+ 9.0
86 A 13.8
96 C- 9.0
92 A- 40.9
97 A 11.8
96 A 2.5
93 B- 4.5
98 B- 9.3
97 A+ 17.5
91 A 6.2
95 A 7.3
96 A+ 10.0
91 A 16.4
89 A+ 9.7
54 C- 77.6
73 A+ 9.6
53 B 6.1
97 A- 13.9
59 D 6.4
94 A+ 9.4
99 C 10.0
93 B+ 20.0
84 B+ 7.1
97 C 4.9
73 A- 3.8
61 B- 10.6
80 A 136.9
88 B+ 12.5
91 .. 18.2
98 A+ 1.8

FedrtdNatl FNHC
FedFstFncl FFCO
FemleH
FHCO
FideltySth LION
Fstbancshr FBMS
FrstBus
FBIZ
Cloverleaf FCLF
FrstCtry
FCTY
FtFnNw
FFNW
First NBC Bnk NBCB
FrstSvgs
FSFG
FrstUntd
FUBC
Firstbank FBMI
FisherCmm FSCI
Formfactor FORM
Formula
FORTY
Fortress
FIG
FreqElec
FEIM
Frozen Food FFEX
GWilliF
WILC
GazitGlobe GZT
GermAm
GABC
GiantInt n GA
GraphPkg GPK
GrayTelA
GTNA
GrayTV
GTN
GuarntyFd GFED
Hackett
HCKT
HanwhaSolrn HSOL
HarrisInter HPOL
Haverty Cl A HVTA
Helios&Mthn HMNY
HrtgOaks
HEOP
HimaxTech HIMX
Horizon
HBNC
ING
ING
ING U.S.
VOYA
Icad
ICAD
Immunmd IMMU
inContact SAAS
Independence IHC
Indpndnt
IBCP
Indst BachocoIBA
Infinra n
INFN
InfoSvcs
III
Innotrac
INOC
InnovSltn ISSC
Insys Thera INSY
IntrntGold IGLD
IntervstBanc IBCA
Intralks Hdg I IL
Invensense INVN
Inventure SNAK
InvstrTitle ITIC
IridiumCm IRDM
Isoftstone ISS
JewttCmr JCTCF
Jiayuan
DATE
JournalCmm JRN
KeryxBiop KERX
Keynote
KEYN
KratosDef KTOS
L L Egy
LLEN
LakesEnt
LACO
Laporte
LPSB
LibertyB
LMCB
Lifelock
LOCK
LightInTheBoxLITB
LightP
LPTH

-0.16
-0.14
0.10
0.05
-0.50
-0.37
-0.11
0.04
-0.02
0.45
0.05
0.01
0.06
-0.06
0.63
-0.06
0.03
-0.55
0.01
-0.10
0.00
0.19
-0.27
-0.11
-0.54
-0.45
0.73
-0.05
0.15
0.00
-0.20
-0.18
-0.01
-0.32
0.32
-0.12
0.05
0.01
-0.02
0.33
-0.13
-0.02
0.71
-0.11
0.09
-0.04
-0.10
0.23
0.00
0.12
-0.06
-0.24
0.06
0.51
-0.14
-0.04
0.34
0.11
-0.07
0.04
-0.07
0.06
-0.03
-0.06
0.00
1.92
0.21
-0.72
0.06

-86
-90
143
-43
-17
-80
-15
-8
-78
-67
-50
-14
-84
-66
199
-86
-49
-4
999
-57
-70
123
-63
33
105
67
216
11
181
5
-96
-57
-48
35
-33
-37
-62
-68
213
12
4
0
23
-60
443
-57
1
80
-4
30
62
-36
3
11
-11
-59
-67
-26
66
258
80
-17
-42
-69
-86
433
-8
-55
28

76
94
77
86
85
85
97
79
95
84
82
75
85
89
86
98
76
82
75
97
97
95
86
91
97
79
85
85
91
87
99
83
93
93
77
84
78
82
88
76
81
96
76
90
83
81
87
93
83
76
81
96
97
91
90
75
81
79
76
95
82
76
77
78
99
80
92
76
95

32
80
60
80
43
36
80
80
87
60
80
71
82
86
98
84
48
65
60
79
89
89
59
60
80
51
80
80
77
80
99
65
74
80
86
80
65
72
88
67
79
80
59
80
80
72
89
86
51
66
27
75
67
80
92
24
40
79
93
80
56
90
47
20
79
58
49
55
50

81 A 9.1
72 A- 6.0
90 B+ 1.7
97 B- 13.3
99 A 8.1
95 A 11.6
79 A 7.3
75 B+ 11.1
97 A 19.4
97 A- 11.8
98 B+ 9.0
58 B+ 19.6
68 B 61.2
66 A 27.1
84 D+ 10.4
97 A+ 18.1
96 B 9.6
94 A- 7.9
93 B 3.3
80 A 28.6
96 B 62.4
99 D+ 46.5
84 C 212.8
98 A+ 17.6
99 A- 9.9
95 A- 9.1
95 A 6.9
93 B 7.6
95 B 12.3
69 A- 2.0
98 B 14.6
75 A- 26.7
82 B 10.7
89 B 23.3
62 B- 14.7
99 B- 6.1
94 B- 7.0
69 B- 15.0
69 B+ 4.7
96 B 13.3
94 A 10.8
98 B+ 10.1
74 B- 35.8
95 A+ 4.3
91 C- 15.9
63 C- 6.1
94 A- 9.0
86 B+ 36.4
90 A 10.0
57 A- 46.6
97 A 20.1
91 C 5.9
99 A 16.3
94 A- 8.0
74 A- 75.0
97 .. 26.1
99 A- 45.8
88 B- 53.0
44 B+ 17.0
94 B+ 27.0
84 A- 11.0
67 D- 7.3
97 B+ 2.6
98 B 15.7
94 A+ 9.9
90 B 1.9
94 B+ 15.1
99 B+ 5.4
98 A- 38.8

Stock Closing
Vol Vol%
Symbol Price Chg (1000s) Chg

97A 30.66 MultimdGm o MGAM 31.48 +0.94 634 +192


80B 73.72 HainCelest o
HAIN 74.12 +2.35 880 +90
83B 34.44 Blackbaud o
BLKB 34.70 +0.97 213 +24
7D 57.42 Liquidity o
54C 48.17 Cintas o
77B+ 32.39 ExterranPtnr o
98B+ 75.37 ExOne Co
99A 23.71 AddusHC
99A+ 33.10 AlliFibOp
94A 42.98 Stamps o
99A 133.3 Tesla o
66B 106.0 BffWldWg o
82C+ 96.44 Stratasys o
85A 131.3 UltimtSftwr o
99A+ 51.00 AlnylamPh o
95C 44.06 Chuy's Hlgs o
92B 46.31 Cornerstone o
82B 116.2 Athenhlt n o
73A 39.82 AlignTech o
43B 28.95 Xoom o
15D 50.61 Air Methods o
12A 40.24 Acacia o
81E 77.80 Sodastream o
71B+ 39.52 Cavium o
87A 90.91 SVBFncl o
92C 34.21 AvisBudget o
83B 26.86 Dreamworks o
89A 31.24 Yandex o
97B+ 34.98 Saia o
81D+ 63.73 SanDisk o
44C 43.00 Ultratech o
91B 32.83 Iconix o
96B 83.00 Medidata o
96B 35.28 WebMD o
46C+ 125.7 Alexion o
99A 37.41 YY Inc o
37A 25.40 AriadPhrm o
91B 130.6 CharterCmm o
71B 77.76 JBHunt o
96A 41.12 IRobot o
31D 59.97 Landstar o
91B 51.31 Splunk o
98A 24.18 Big5Spt o
97B 59.00 FirstSolar o
99A 30.81 Overstk o
93A 36.45 GrandCanyn o

LQDT
CTAS
EXLP
XONE
ADUS
AFOP
STMP
TSLA
BWLD
SSYS
ULTI
ALNY
CHUY
CSOD
ATHN
ALGN
XOOM
AIRM
ACTG
SODA
CAVM
SIVB
CAR
DWA
YNDX
SAIA
SNDK
UTEK
ICON
MDSO
WBMD
ALXN
YY
ARIA
CHTR
JBHT
IRBT
LSTR
SPLK
BGFV
FSLR
OSTK
LOPE

29.83
47.06
30.05
56.35
19.53
31.94
38.01
109.1
100.5
89.42
129.6
46.62
39.24
44.37
112.2
38.19
24.11
34.86
24.82
57.68
36.22
86.09
31.21
25.04
29.56
31.84
59.50
35.67
31.06
76.17
31.39
107.0
34.62
19.76
123.8
75.48
37.97
52.12
49.92
23.50
48.91
28.22
35.26

2.55 2,193 +454


0.82 1,397 +236
2.25 482 +225
7.87 2,078 +204
3.53 544 +193
0.83 588 +181
4.73 358 +169
18.232,283 +166
4.55 790 +146
5.74 1,799 +114
1.69 295 +95
3.75 1,240 +92
2.22 441 +83
0.90 810 +83
2.10 853 +82
0.51 1,192 +67
1.44 233 +65
1.89 913 +63
0.61 892 +63
2.71 2,636 +63
1.19 1,001 +62
0.76 433 +62
1.01 3,021 +59
1.60 1,164 +53
1.22 3,519 +47
0.99 382 +43
1.80 4,988 +42
0.85 414 +37
1.41 871 +34
5.57 241 +34
0.82 899 +32
0.89 2,103 +32
2.72 1,188 +29
1.22 3,551 +28
0.76 1,273 +21
0.74 710 +20
2.02 710 +19
0.93 433 +19
0.53 1,694 +16
0.64 354 +13
1.36 8,074 +13
1.85 446 +11
0.83 501 +11

SmartSelect Composite Rating


E
Closing
Vol%
P R Acc 52-Wk
Price Chg Chg 6 S S Dis Hi Stock
Symbol

Lubys
LUB
9.05
MagicSoft MGIC 6.00
MhBCap
LOAN 1.61
Mannatech MTEX 12.16
MannKind MNKD 7.35
MarktLeadr LEDR 11.53
MaxLine
MXL
6.94
MaxwllTech MXWL 7.82
Mayflower MFLR 19.35
MediaGenA MEG 10.45
MedclActn MDCI 8.76
Merctil
MBWM 19.83
MesaLbs
MLAB 60.34
Midwestone MOFG 26.71
Mod-Pac
MPAC 8.32
MonrchCs MCRI 17.94
Motorcar
MPAA 9.10
MuellrWtr MWA 7.70
Multibnd rs MBND 3.18
NASBFncl NASB 28.03
NathnsFms NATH 60.75
Natl Resrch B NRCIB 41.50
NatlWstrn NWLI 212.34
NtlTech
NTSC 17.11
Nautilus
NLS
9.11
Neophtncs NPTN 8.61
NY&Co
NWY
6.68
Newbridge NBBC 7.75
NewparkRes NR
12.20
Ninetowns NINE
1.69
Noah Hldgs NOAH 11.18
Nrthrim
NRIM 26.79
Nq Mobile NQ
9.84
Nutractcl
NUTR 23.14
OldPoint
OPOF 13.12
OldSecond OSBC 5.65
One800FlrA FLWS 6.64
OneidaFncl ONFC 13.77
OnviaInc
ONVI
4.60
OrionMarine ORN 13.04
PCM
PCMI 10.15
PGTInc
PGTI
9.97
PHIvtg
PHII 35.72
PVFCptl
PVFC 4.24
Palmetto
PLMT 13.26
ParkStrlng PSTB
6.04
ParkeBanc PKBK 8.74
PatrtTrns
PATR 36.19
PC-Tel
PCTI
9.68
PennWd
PWOD 46.14
PerfctWrld PWRD 19.24
Phoenix
FENG 5.39
PilgrmsP
PPC
15.84
Plumas
PLBC
5.96
PopeRes
POPE 70.88
PortolaPharm PTLA 23.31
PowerSolutns PSIX 45.07
Primeenergy PNRG 38.50
QCRHldg
QCRH 15.53
Qiwi Plc B QIWI 26.52
QltyDistrbt QLTY 10.59
RF Indstries RFIL
5.98
RadioOne ROIA
2.20
RenewblEnrg REGI 14.19
Repligen
RGEN 9.81
RespGen n RGDX 1.79
Responsys MKTG 13.87
RevoltnLight RVLT
4.72
RexAmerican REX
36.50

0.01
0.02
0.00
-0.76
-0.06
0.02
-0.06
0.11
0.00
-0.30
0.06
0.18
0.83
-0.18
0.01
0.07
-0.05
-0.07
0.00
-0.19
0.79
1.43
0.48
-0.01
-0.66
-0.19
-0.02
0.27
0.06
0.00
-0.24
0.08
0.05
0.61
0.17
0.03
-0.01
0.22
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.11
-0.03
-0.01
-0.07
0.05
0.03
0.28
0.22
-0.15
-0.24
0.10
-0.15
-0.12
-0.37
-0.01
0.72
-0.28
-0.12
0.40
-0.10
0.03
0.00
-0.26
-0.11
0.05
-0.35
-0.30
-2.24

-36
24
-85
-73
-32
-54
11
-34
-23
28
14
-15
44
137
-39
-12
-60
-56
-97
-45
77
-46
-14
22
24
9
-17
-35
-51
-49
-60
-13
373
-60
293
-28
-52
34
176
86
14
-27
-55
-39
-85
91
-82
-39
-31
40
2
-42
-7
853
-78
-49
-22
-78
69
65
21
48
42
16
-23
-26
-34
68
14

84
89
89
80
97
75
96
87
75
94
78
81
84
83
88
90
95
87
80
79
93
81
84
88
93
93
78
75
87
92
81
85
94
83
88
77
88
89
84
84
77
84
82
80
79
88
78
87
83
88
82
80
89
79
82
76
97
90
88
86
78
93
90
84
83
86
78
77
93

72
88
80
38
85
98
83
75
65
80
26
40
98
74
90
97
98
99
80
34
87
30
79
78
85
88
98
51
93
60
89
80
91
50
91
57
60
83
75
78
94
83
80
51
44
93
78
62
68
70
61
44
84
49
67
41
80
86
97
86
60
90
80
40
96
55
74
47
78

67 B+
75 B+
93 A
91 A
96 A
67 D
87 B+
64 B
89 C+
97 C
91 A+
85 A
65 A+
82 B+
84 D+
74 B
91 A
73 C+
73 C96 B
69 B
94 A98 B+
93 A+
95 A91 B82 D
89 B
89 B
99 A+
79 B
87 B
67 C
89 A
87 C84 B92 B+
91 C
80 A74 B
58 B
76 A88 B82 A93 A81 B60 A90 B90 B98 A
74 B
78 A
85 B
96 A93 A90 B+
97 A
72 A67 B83 B
64 A75 B
99 A+
99 A88 B99 A+
99 A
96 B
87 A-

5.8
24.5
2.9
10.4
13.7
19.4
6.2
6.4
10.3
4.6
12.8
4.7
12.5
6.3
3.8
11.4
11.4
14.1
11.7
11.0
45.1
24.6
15.2
36.4
13.2
42.3
10.0
9.6
10.5
9.8
8.6
5.3
11.4
21.7
8.8
6.8
2.8
11.5
9.0
15.0
9.1
8.6
6.5
13.2
6.9
28.6
2.4
28.8
64.8
5.7
73.1
8.8
3.2
49.9
6.2
11.2
11.3
93.9
18.3
6.7
47.9
70.8
2.8
12.7
6.0
37.0
9.8
1.2
4.4

RFMicro
RFMD
RivrVllyB
RIVR
Riverview RVSB
Roundys
RNDY
RuthsHosp RUTH
SPBanc
SPBC
Sapiens
SPNS
SciClone
SCLN
ScorpioT
STNG
SemiMfg
SMI
Servicesrce SREV
ShndaG
GAME
Shiloh Inds SHLO
SiliconImg SIMG
SiriusX
SIRI
SmithWes SWHC
SonicFdy
SOFO
SoundFinlBnc SFBC
SthrnFst
SFST
StaarSurg STAA
Stantec
STN
Starz B
STRZB
SteinMart SMRT
Steinwy Mus LVB
StewEntA STEI
Strattec
STRT
Sumitomo SMFG
SummitFncl SMMF
SummitSt SSBI
SunEdison SUNE
SunOpta
STKL
Support
SPRT
TALEduc
XRS
Taminco Corp TAM
TandyLthr TLF
TekmPharm TKMR
TlCmSys
TSYS
Tetra Tech TTI
Timberland TSBK
TowerFncl TOFC
Transact
TACT
Transcat
TRNS
Tufco Tech TFCO
VianetA
VNET
USA Truck USAK
Utd Guardn UG
UntdMicro UMC
UnivTruck UACL
UtahMPr
UTMD
ValVision
VVTV
ViacomA
VIA
Vitacost
VITC
Vonage
VG
VSE
VSEC
WPCSIntl
WPCS
Wabash
WNC
Waterstone WSBF
WatscoB
WSOB
Wellesley WEBK
Wendy's Co WEN
WtwdHd
WHG
Winmark
WINA
XRS
XRSC
XeriumTec XRM
XinyuanRE XIN
YRCWldW YRCW
Zale
ZLC
ZhoneTc
ZHNE
Zix
ZIXI

Closing
Vol%
Price Chg Chg

5.34
23.50
2.84
9.19
13.57
18.32
5.97
5.95
9.90
4.16
11.17
4.33
12.42
5.72
3.67
11.11
10.14
13.73
11.09
10.76
44.24
23.64
14.45
36.60
13.19
40.93
9.66
8.10
10.04
9.44
8.31
5.25
10.60
20.61
8.23
5.13
2.80
11.06
8.46
14.90
8.77
7.59
6.23
12.48
6.40
25.47
2.23
25.91
55.85
5.76
72.33
8.69
3.21
44.49
4.54
11.30
11.00
92.11
18.00
6.57
47.23
70.97
2.80
12.69
4.76
33.00
9.25
1.12
4.43

-0.01
0.31
0.05
0.00
-0.08
-0.26
-0.11
0.28
-0.26
0.00
-0.40
-0.23
0.08
-0.15
0.01
-0.20
-0.43
0.03
0.04
-0.16
0.14
-0.09
-0.47
0.22
0.01
-0.02
-0.09
0.05
0.04
-0.34
-0.24
0.08
-0.16
0.33
-0.06
-0.19
0.11
0.00
-0.01
-0.08
-0.16
0.06
-0.22
-0.50
-0.09
0.40
-0.12
0.15
1.37
0.16
-0.42
0.01
0.02
2.44
-0.11
0.12
-0.08
-1.80
0.00
0.06
-0.02
0.17
0.00
0.25
0.39
0.40
-0.09
0.05
0.03

-62
100
40
-24
9
-60
-80
147
-38
-38
-45
-25
-35
0
-12
14
-81
-89
47
-55
-63
-83
-16
220
-48
7
-77
-71
-82
26
-46
48
-36
-65
-76
226
95
-14
-61
533
-93
-39
999
68
-75
-89
105
22
90
19
-55
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Unsurpassed ideas and ratings to help you invest better and save time . . .
Sector leaders are IBDs Top Performing list in uptrending markets.
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2. Earnings Per Share (EPS)


3. Relative Strength (RS)
Rating compares your stock's
Stock's relative price change
1. IBD Composite Rating
last two quarters and 3 years
in last 12 months vs. all
uses all 5 SmartSelect Ratings,
eps growth to all stocks. Ratstocks. Best rate 80 or more.
1-99, with 99 the best. Ratings
ing 90 means earnings outper95 or more are boldfaced.
formed 90% of all stocks.

4. Sales+Profit Margins+ROE 5. Accumulation/Distribution


Rating combines recent sales,
our price & vol. formula show
profit margins and return on
if your stock is under accumuequity into an A to E rating.
lation (buying) or distribuROE over 17% is preferred.
tion (selling) last 3 months.
A is buying; E selling.

6. Vol % Chg. is vol. traded

9. 7Stocks have EPS and RS


Ratings of 80 or more and
were IPOs in last 15 years.

Key Definitions:

yesterday vs. avg. daily vol.


last 50 days. Vol % Chg. + 50%
& up is bolded.

7. 52-Week High is bold8. Boldfaced stocks are up 1


faced if closing price is within
or more or at new high.
Underlined stocks are down
10% of a new high.
1 or more or at a new low.

10. . after stocks symbol means


archived story on stock
at Investors.com

Sector Leaders Charts


FLEETCOR TECHNOLOGIES (FLT)
57.8M Shares

Group 91

96 Comp. Rating

99 EPS

94 RS

o$84.94

H C I GROUP INC (HCI)

30% ROE

9.3M Shares

Group 84

95 Comp. Rating

93 EPS

90 RS

o$32.93

HOMEAWAY INC (AWAY)

Group 20

33% ROE

67.9M Shares

99 EPS

98 Comp. Rating

70 RS

o$31.81

JAZZ PHARMACEUTICALS PLC (JAZZ)

8% ROE

53.9M Shares

98 Comp. Rating

Group 26

99 EPS

o$71.80

85 RS

44% ROE

GLOBAL PROVIDER OF SPECIALIZED PAYMENT PRODUCTS AND SERVICES TO COMMERCIAL FLEETS, OIL COMPANIES AND PETROLEUM MARKETERS

OFFERS PROPERTY AND CASUALTY INSURANCE FOR HOMEOWNERS, CONDOMINIUM OWNERS AND TENANTS TO INDIVIDUALS IN FLORIDA

OPERATES AN ONLINE MARKETPLACE FOR VACATION RENTALS IN OVER 168 COUNTRIES THROUGH OVER 640,000 LISTINGS ON HOMEAWAY.COM.

DEVELOPS SPECIALTY DRUGS IN THE THERAPEUTIC AREAS OF NARCOLEPSY, ONCOLOGY, PAIN, PSYCHIATRY AND OTHERS.

Ann. EPS Growth +31% PE 26 Avg. Daily Vol 823,900 Debt 53%
Last Qtr Eps +50%`Next Qtr Eps Est +30% Last Qtr Sales +32%
3 Q's Avg Eps +48% PreTax Mgn 52%
Eps Due 8/8

Ann. EPS Growth +94% PE 8 Avg. Daily Vol 209,400 Debt 0%


Last Qtr Eps +106%`Next Qtr Eps Est +65% Last Qtr Sales +48%
3 Q's Avg Eps +66% PreTax Mgn 30%
Eps Due 8/1

Ann. EPS Growth +111% PE 60 Avg. Daily Vol 973,000 Debt 0%


Last Qtr Eps +56%aNext Qtr Eps Est +27% Last Qtr Sales +24%
3 Q's Avg Eps +61% PreTax Mgn 24%
Eps Due 7/25
R&D 15%

Ann. EPS Growth +111% PE 14 Avg. Daily Vol 1,069,800 Debt 38%
Last Qtr Eps +54%`Next Qtr Eps Est +39% Last Qtr Sales +91%
3 Q's Avg Eps +41% PreTax Mgn 53%
Eps Due 8/7
R&D 3%

Acc/Dis D+
UpDown Vol 0.9
Sup/Demand 72

Acc/Dis C+
UpDown Vol 0.7
Sup/Demand 86

Acc/Dis CUpDown Vol 1.2


Sup/Demand 75

Regains and holds 10-week line after tripping 8% sell rule.

Thin stock regains 10-week line as it forms right side of base.

Triggers 8% sell rule, but gets support at 10-week line.

LINKEDIN CORP CLASS A (LNKD)

o$193.65

MICHAEL KORS HLDGS LTD (KORS)

PRICELINE.COM INC (PCLN)

Group 20
99 EPS

90.7M Shares

99 Comp. Rating

Group 14
99 EPS

92 RS

Group 67

o$62.61

PROTO LABS INC (PRLB)

Group 62

50% ROE

18.9M Shares

98 EPS

182.2M Shares 97 Comp. Rating 99 EPS 77 RS 53% ROE

49.6M Shares

MARKETS LUXURY APPAREL, ACCESSORIES AND FOOTWEAR UNDER THE MICHAEL KORS AND MICHAEL MICHAEL KORS NAMES

PROVIDES AIRLINE TICKET, HOTEL ROOM, CAR RENTAL, VACATION PACKAGE


AND CRUISE SERVICES THROUGH PRICELINE.COM.

MANUFACTURES CUSTOM PARTS USED BY ELECTRONICS COMPANIES DURING


PROTOTYPING AND SHORT-RUN PHASES OF PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT.

Ann. EPS Growth +114% PE 164 Avg. Daily Vol 1,909,200 Debt 0%
Last Qtr Eps +200%`Next Qtr Eps Est +94% Last Qtr Sales +72%
3 Q's Avg Eps +220% PreTax Mgn 16%
Eps Due 8/2
R&D 26%

Ann. EPS Growth +111% PE 32 Avg. Daily Vol 3,688,600 Debt 0%


Last Qtr Eps +138%`Next Qtr Eps Est +44% Last Qtr Sales +57%
3 Q's Avg Eps +121%
Eps Due 8/14

Ann. EPS Growth +57% PE 28 Avg. Daily Vol 753,300 Debt 23%
Last Qtr Eps +35%`Next Qtr Eps Est +19% Last Qtr Sales +26%
3 Q's Avg Eps +29% PreTax Mgn 37%
Eps Due 8/7

Ann. EPS Growth +72% PE 53 Avg. Daily Vol 447,900 Debt 0%


Last Qtr Eps +46%aNext Qtr Eps Est +46% Last Qtr Sales +25%
3 Q's Avg Eps +66% PreTax Mgn 30%
Eps Due 7/24
R&D 7%

Retakes 10-week line as it works on base with 203.01 entry.

Forms new cup base with 66.28 buy point.

QUESTCOR PHARMACEUTICALS (QCOR) Group 26 o$48.64

S S & C TECHNOLOGIES (SSNC)

55.4M Shares 99 Comp. Rating 97 EPS 96 RS 110% ROE

62.4M Shares

DEVELOPS PRESCRIPTION DRUGS TO TREAT AUTOIMMUNE AND INFLAMMATORY


DISEASES.

Ann. EPS Growth +116% PE 14 Avg. Daily Vol 2,010,500 Debt 0%


Last Qtr Eps +25%aNext Qtr Eps Est +45% Last Qtr Sales +41%

Ann. EPS Growth +24% PE 23 Avg. Daily Vol 470,200 Debt 92%
Last Qtr Eps +61%`Next Qtr Eps Est +36% Last Qtr Sales +85%
3 Q's Avg Eps +48% PreTax Mgn 33%
Eps Due 8/9
R&D 8%

Extended after solid rebounding from 10-week line.


90.5M Shares

96 Comp. Rating

Group 71
96 EPS

93 RS

Acc/Dis B+
UpDown Vol 1.7
Sup/Demand 82

94 RS

Acc/Dis C+
UpDown Vol 1.0
Sup/Demand 85

Eases from high; still 6% past 847.43 flat base buy point.

5% past 59.94 entry from flat base; RS line slipping.

SOUFUN HLDGS LTD ADS A (SFUN)

TANGOE INC (TNGO)

11% ROE

33.3M Shares 99 Comp. Rating 99 EPS 96 RS 125% ROE

33.2M Shares

PROVIDES SOFTWARE SOLUTIONS FOR THE FINANCIAL SERVICES INDUSTRY TO


SUPPORT INVESTMENT MANAGEMENT

CHINESE PROVIDER OF REAL ESTATE MARKETING, LISTINGS AND INFORMATION


DATABASES THROUGH ITS INTERNET PORTAL.

DEVELOPS ON-DEMAND LIFECYCLE MANAGEMENT SOFTWARE FOR ENTERPRISE


COMMUNICATIONS ASSETS AND SERVICES.

Ann. EPS Growth +60% PE 14 Avg. Daily Vol 279,500 Debt 43%
Last Qtr Eps +135%`Next Qtr Eps Est +15% Last Qtr Sales +56%
3 Q's Avg Eps +74% PreTax Mgn 51%
Eps Due 8/16

Ann. EPS Growth +167% PE 31 Avg. Daily Vol 545,000 Debt 0%


Last Qtr Eps +67%aNext Qtr Eps Est +60% Last Qtr Sales +31%

99 Comp. Rating

98 EPS

88 RS

Group 14

o$32.93

Holds place; 6% from 34.54 entry of cup without handle.

Blasts through 27.90 handle buy point in sloppy base.

WEB.COM GROUP INC (WWWW)

o$26.17

YANDEX N V CLASS A (YNDX)

18% ROE

45.3M Shares

98 Comp. Rating

Group 112

Group 14

o$16.96
72 RS

Extended after breakout from base within larger correction.

o$29.56

Sector Leaders Performance

37% ROE

202.4M Shares 99 Comp. Rating 98 EPS 89 RS 27% ROE


RUSSIAN PROVIDER OF INTERNET SEARCH AND WEB CONTENT INCLUDING
NEWS, MAIL AND MAPS VIA YANDEX.RU.

Year to date 2 to 3 times S&P

Ann. EPS Growth +109% PE 55 Avg. Daily Vol 5,067,000 Debt 0%


Last Qtr Eps +24%aNext Qtr Eps Est +33% Last Qtr Sales +31%
3 Q's Avg Eps +48%
Eps Due 7/26
R&D 7%

Ann. EPS Growth +48% PE 15 Avg. Daily Vol 485,800 Debt 426%
Last Qtr Eps +37%aNext Qtr Eps Est +29% Last Qtr Sales +26%
3 Q's Avg Eps +46% PreTax Mgn 20%
Eps Due 7/31
R&D 8%

Ann. EPS Growth +57% PE 32 Avg. Daily Vol 2,387,900 Debt 0%


Last Qtr Eps +53%`Next Qtr Eps Est +32% Last Qtr Sales +29%
3 Q's Avg Eps +53% PreTax Mgn 38%
Eps Due 7/31
R&D 15%

Sector Leaders

52-wk

Dividend Stock Close

Acc/Dis A
UpDown Vol 2.3
Sup/Demand 70

Near high, 14% past 22.94 buy point from 3-weeks-tight.


IBD Composite Rating
Earnings Per Share Growth Rating
Relative Price Strength Rating
Sales+Profit Margins+ROE
Accumulation/Distribution (3 mos)

Vol% Vol P

52-wk

6 6 6 6 6 High Stock % Yield Symbol Price Chg Chg 1000 E

6 6 6 6 6 High
33 38 46 C B 36.5
88 82 94 C A- NH
58 73 58 A C- 42.5

Common stocks above $10 for Tuesday, July 16, 2013

1. AUTO

Daily
-3.3% Change
+30.03%Since
Jan. 1

45 3 72 C B+ 24.9
51 28 95 .. B- 19.8
73 58 81 C C NH
86 78 75 C B- 89.8
50 58 77 D B+ 18.0
85 96 93 B C 34.8
28 43 59 C D- 122
57 11 89 C B+ 21.8
78 39 92 C B+ 55.4
99 91 91 A A+47.2
88 61 89 B B- 17.3
64 25 87 C B NH
81 67 75 B C+ 25.4
97 84 91 A B- 19.9
85 98 85 C B+ NH
68 79 46 C C+ 42.1
61 37 75 C B 38.3
76 37 88 C B 65.3
39 29 44 D B+ 16.1
95 88 91 B B- 75.6
17 35 46 E B- NH
15 10 76 .. C- 38.8
45 72 80 D E 42.7
39 32 82 C B- NH
52 17 74 D A- NH
98 99 95 B B+ 38.1
10 5 29 D D- 22.1
82 59 88 C B 70.7
35 43 29 B D- 30.9
89 91 93 .. B+ 50.6
91 59 99 D A- 133
81 30 99 C A- NH
95 96 88 C B+ 130
82 74 88 D B- NH
80 54 82 B B- 79.3
14 3 49 D B+ 40.4

Allison 2.0 ALSN 23.62 -0.86 +90 436 29


AmerAxle
AXL 18.65 -0.94 +48 2.2m 22
Autoliv
2.5 ALV 81.56 -0.67 -2 498 14
BorgWarner BWA 87.21 -1.60 +1 863 17
ChinYuc 2.4 CYD 16.70 -0.34 +21 54 6
CooperT 1.3 CTB 33.58 -0.12 -58 1.0m 8
Cummins 2.2 r CMI 116.0 -1.30 -19 1.4m 15
DanaHlg 1.0 r DAN 20.40 -0.22 -18 1.8m 12
DelphiA 1.3 r DLPH 54.00 -1.00 +6 2.3m 14
Dorman .0 DORM 45.52 -0.97 +43 224 23
Ford
2.4
F 16.60 -0.52 +47 63m 11
GenMotors
GM 36.18 -0.32 +8 16m 12
Gentex 2.3 r GNTX 24.38 -0.05 +11 980 20
Gentherm THRM 19.03 -0.27 -41 176 24
Goodyear
GT 16.51 -0.19 -33 3.4m 8
HMCMtr 2.1 HMC 38.07 -0.56 -54 267 16
Johnson 2.0 JCI 37.15 -0.09 +5 4.0m 15
LearCorp 1.1 r LEA 63.74 -0.92 -9 879 11
Lydall
LDL 15.16 +0.27 +7 47 18k
Magna 1.8 MGA 73.02 -1.58 -7 694 12
MillerI
3.3 MLR 16.74 -0.26+117 61 22k
Navistar
NAV 32.00 +0.01 -3 1.4m ..o
OshkoshCp r OSK 38.98 -0.26 -12 548 13
Paccar
1.4 PCAR 56.75 -0.41 -30 1.0m 19
RemyIn 1.9 REMY 20.57 +0.52 -10 108 15k
StdrdMt 1.3 SMP 34.53 -3.04+203 478 17
Superio 3.6 r SUP 17.76 +0.01 +19 100 16
TRWAuto r TRW 66.96 -1.74 +63 1.5m 11
TataMot .6 TTM 24.50 +0.02 -28 951 8
Tenneco
r TEN 48.92 -0.84 +70 1.0m 14
Tesla
TSLA 109.1 -18.21+166 32m ..
Tower
TOWR 23.51 +0.21+133 249 19k
Toyota 1.4 TM 128.9 -0.73 -10 634 17
Visteon
r VC 64.95 -1.32 -32 332 16
Wabco
r WBC 78.39 -0.78 -20 409 17
Westport WPRT 32.27 -1.23 +2 752 ..

2. OFFICE

Daily
-0.3% Change
+32.35%Since
Jan. 1

Dividend Stock Close

17.5%

Since 3/12/2009 follow-through


Sector Leaders
S&P 500

310.2%
132.4%

Eases to 3% above 28.74 buy point of cup with handle.


IBD Composite Rating
Earnings Per Share Growth Rating
Relative Price Strength Rating
Sales+Profit Margins+ROE
Accumulation/Distribution (3 mos)
52-wk

Dividend Stock Close

Vol% Vol P

IBD Composite Rating


Earnings Per Share Growth Rating
Relative Price Strength Rating
Sales+Profit Margins+ROE
Accumulation/Distribution (3 mos)
52-wk

Dividend Stock Close

Vol% Vol P

LQ 26%, Next Yr EPS 28%, Pretax 19%, ROE 37%, EPS due 07/31 LQ 24%, Next Yr EPS 27%, Pretax 19%, ROE 8%, EPS due 07/25

Daily
-0.6% Change
+37.23%Since
Jan. 1

21stCen .6 r FOXA 30.22 +0.22


21stCen .6 r FOX 30.31 +0.16
AMCNtwks AMCX 68.04 -0.55
Belo
2.3 BLC 14.06 +0.07
CBSCIB
.9 r CBS 52.68 -0.45
CTCMeda 5.2 CTCM 12.23 -0.26
Gannett 3.1 GCI 26.22 -0.31
GrupoTe .5 TV 25.14 -0.31
LibertyA
LMCA 138.7 -0.49
LINTvA
TVL 17.62 -0.78
McgrwHill 1.9 MHFI 57.56 -1.24
Meredith 3.4 MDP 47.40 -0.90
NYTimes
NYT 12.16 -0.49
Nexstar 1.3 NXST 37.72 -1.37
Pearson 3.7 PSO 19.00 -0.06
ReedElse 2.8 ENL 35.48 -0.22
ReedElse 2.9 RUK 48.85 -0.07
RogersC 4.1 r RCI 40.54 +0.25
ScrippsEWA SSP 17.64 -0.37
ScrippsA .8 r SNI 72.52 -0.54
Sinclair 2.0 SBGI 30.16 -1.14
StarzA
STRZA 23.65 -0.46
TimeWar 1.9 TWX 61.29 -0.13
ViacomB 1.7 VIAB 71.94 -0.38
WaltDis 1.2 DIS 65.03 -0.90
WashPos 1.9 WPO 516.9 -1.59
WileyJo 2.3 JWA 43.72 -0.18

4. INTERNET

-62 6.9m 19
-75 1.0m 19
+9 575 31
-58 1.2m 13
-23 4.2m 19
-56 216 12
-50 1.9m 11
-38 1.1m 23o
-5 778 1
+9 510 14
-2 1.4m 19
-31 217 16
+27 2.0m 26
-26 506 48
-62 122 13k
-34 32 15k
-66 8 16k
-7 594 11
-19 337 24
-14 630 21
-33 1.0m 18
-43 620 12
-28 3.6m 17
-31 1.7m 17
-7 7.4m 19
-2 21 19k
-50 135 14

Daily
-0.4% Change
+29.66%Since
Jan. 1

SECTOR LEADER | NYSE

99 99 92 A B- 202 7LinkedIn LNKD 193.7 -5.15 -6 1.8m 99


KEY DATA: EPS 3 Q Avg 220%, LQ 200%, Next Q 94%, Sales 3Q Avg 78%,

LQ 72%, Next Yr EPS 65%, Pretax 10%, ROE 13%, EPS due 08/02
SECTOR LEADER | NYSE

99 99 96 A D+ NH 7SoufnH 6.0 SFUN 32.93 +5.33+440 1.5m 13o


KEY DATA: EPS 3 Q Avg 74%, LQ 135%, Next Q 15%, Sales 3Q Avg 34%,

LQ 56%, Next Yr EPS 19%, Pretax 45%, ROE 125%, EPS due 08/16

59 78 78 C D 45.4 AveryDe 2.6 r AVY 44.06 -0.70 +30 731 19

Acc/Dis A
UpDown Vol 1.7
Sup/Demand 60

47.5%

S&P 500

Stock % Yield Symbol Price Chg Chg 1000 E 6 6 6 6 6 High Stock % Yield Symbol Price Chg Chg 1000 E 6 6 6 6 6 High Stock % Yield Symbol Price Chg Chg 1000 E
SECTOR LEADER | NSDAQ
BradyA 2.3 r BRC 32.93 +0.18 +47 330 17o SECTOR LEADER | NSDAQ
Cross AT
ATX 18.02 +0.53+274 101 25k 98 96 93 A A 27.47Web.com WWWW.26.17 -0.60 -1 482 15 98 99 70 A C- 34.3 Homeawy AWAY.31.81 +0.16 +18 1.2m 60
Deluxe
2.6 DLX 37.98 +0.58 -15 299 10 KEY DATA: EPS 3 Q Avg 46%, LQ 37%, Next Q 29%, Sales 3Q Avg 73%, KEY DATA: EPS 3 Q Avg 61%, LQ 56%, Next Q 27%, Sales 3Q Avg 22%,

3. MEDIA
90 64 80 B B 30.7
86 64 77 B B- 30.7
91 81 83 .. A- 70.7
96 81 96 A B+ 14.5
94 87 87 B C NH
77 44 80 B B 13.5
80 59 88 B C- 26.8
61 56 33 A B 29.2
86 37 78 A B 140
83 49 99 .. B+ 18.7
72 85 55 A B- 59.0
87 69 84 B B- 48.8
61 16 86 C A 12.8
70 18 99 .. A- 39.8
34 70 33 B E 20.5
66 83 72 .. B 35.8
53 84 67 .. D- 49.0
55 92 17 A D- 52.0
79 22 93 C A NH
92 82 66 A C+ NH
94 81 98 .. B+ 32.0
74 30 94 B B- 24.6
89 89 76 C B- 62.1
80 61 78 B C+ NH
90 83 70 B C 67.9
81 81 83 D C+ NH
28 64 40 C D 52.0

Vol% Vol P

16% ROE

Sup/Demand 81

PROVIDES WEBSITE PUBLISHING AND MANAGEMENT SOFTWARE AND SERVICES


TO SMALL AND MEDIUM-SIZED BUSINESSES.

IBD Composite Rating


Earnings Per Share Growth Rating
Relative Price Strength Rating
Sales+Profit Margins+ROE
Accumulation/Distribution (3 mos)

93 RS

99 EPS

MANUFACTURES PRINTING, PROTOTYPING AND MANUFACTURING SYSTEMS TO


PRODUCE 3-D OBJECTS FROM COMPUTER DATA.

Acc/Dis C
UpDown Vol 1.2
Sup/Demand 94

96 EPS

Group 12

98 Comp. Rating

Acc/Dis D+
UpDown Vol 0.9
Sup/Demand 32

Acc/Dis A
UpDown Vol 0.9
Sup/Demand 52

o$46.99

Etching late-stage base with potential buy point at 52.04.

38% ROE

o$36.58

Group 60

Acc/Dis AUpDown Vol 2.1


Sup/Demand 92

THREE D SYSTEMS CORP (DDD)

97 Comp. Rating

o$62.72

13% ROE

Acc/Dis B
UpDown Vol 1.3
Sup/Demand 85

86 RS

Off highs, but still 19% past 60.30 cup-with-handle entry.

o$902.05

PROVIDES A SOCIAL NETWORKING PLATFORM ENABLING MEMBERS TO SHARE


THEIR PROFESSIONAL IDENTITY ONLINE VIA LINKEDIN.COM.

Acc/Dis BUpDown Vol 1.2


Sup/Demand 84

99 Comp. Rating

Acc/Dis BUpDown Vol 2.1


Sup/Demand 85

SECTOR LEADER | NSDAQ

7IPO within last 15 years and EPS & RS 80 or higher

99 98 89 A A 31.27Yandex r YNDX.29.56 -1.22 +47 3.5m 32 99 99 93 A D+ 27.57HertzGlbl

HTZ.26.45 -0.52 -49 3.9m 17

KEY DATA: EPS 3 Q Avg 53%, LQ 53%, Next Q 32%, Sales 3Q Avg 40%,

LQ 29%, Next Yr EPS 27%, Pretax 39%, ROE 27%, EPS due 07/31 78 64 69 C B 27.2 AmerCas 1.9 ASCA 26.45 +0.01 -55 222 14

88 92 81 B C+ 52.2
7IPO within last 15 years and EPS & RS 80 or higher 78 73 92 B C- 34.2
99 97 98 A B- 13.27Bitauto
BITA 12.61 +0.11 -10 96 21 98 90 86 A A- NH

.
98 91 81 A B- 928 7Google GOOG 919.6 -5.08 -15 1.9m 22 72 76 78 B D+ 37.4
92 80 92 C A- 31.77Infoblox BLOX 30.21 -0.55 -35 546 99o 56 16 97 E A- 18.4
85 39 86 B A NH
70 70 67 D B- 42.1 AOL
.0 r AOL 37.41 -0.89 -50 585 24 22 45 40 D D- 40.0
87 86 78 A C+ 48.5 Akamai r AKAM 44.42 -0.27 -24 1.5m 23 27 45 41 D B- 41.8
79 59 97 D D 28.2 AngiesList ANGI 25.91 +0.72 +31 1.1m .. 38 2 60 B B- 44.3
45 80 18 B B+ 26.8 ArubaNtwk ARUN.17.27 -0.32 -62 1.9m 25o 42 83 47 B D- 19.9
94 97 41 A B+ 134 Baidu
BIDU 105.7 +4.10+143 9.5m 21 27 43 72 .. B- 46.0
98 69 86 A A+NH Blucora
BCOR.20.76 +0.66 +7 399 10 70 37 79 C B 86.4
56 90 31 B C+ 231 Equinix
EQIX.200.2 -0.49 -59 494 75 60 56 53 B C 31.8
56 86 22 A B+ 111 F5Netwrks FFIV 80.43 -0.98 +2 1.8m 17 97 71 97 A B+ 35.3
85 86 38 A B- 32.5 Facebook
FB 26.32 +0.04 -14 31m 49 95 76 79 A B+ NH
91 90 48 A B- 55.6 IACInte 1.9 IACI.50.84 -0.48 -24 812 16 92 76 81 A C 86.3
40 17 75 B B- 28.0 Interxion
INXN 27.29 ... -26 246 48 43 11 83 E B- 26.9
82 72 85 B A- 34.4 LogMeIn
LOGM 28.52 +0.42 -59 96 40 87 81 56 A C- 68.1
79 30 91 C B+ NH Move
MOVE 13.57 +0.65+216 977 64 71 74 60 A C+ 59.8
40 94 7 A C 81.4 Rackspace
RAX 42.01 +1.32 -20 2.2m 54 55 98 36 B C 32.0
59 40 62 D B 70.0 Sina
SINA 58.12 +0.62 +47 2.8m 99o 23 52 49 D D- 43.7
59 98 15 A C- 61.5 Solarwinds SWI 43.51 -0.68 +12 961 29 57 50 38 B B 29.0
86 50 88 D A- 38.2 Trulia
TRLA 36.06 -0.13 +42 828 .. 52 65 49 A B- 31.0
59 24 96 E B- 35.3 WebMD
WBMD 31.39 -0.82 +32 899 .. 78 83 49 A B+ 22.2
91 76 84 C B+ 12.8 XOGrp
r XOXO 12.52 +0.02 -42 46 30 95 82 74 A B 18.8
94 94 89 C C 27.7 Yahoo
YHOO 26.88 -0.46 +81 29m 20 41 31 66 D B+ 35.8
89 74 64 A B- 60.5
89 47 95 D B+ 40.6 Yelp
YELP 38.97 +0.30 -27 1.1m ..
76 68 69 B B NH
31 6 45 D C 25.2 YoukuA
YOKU 19.71 +0.04 -22 1.5m ..
99 80 97 A B+ 33.4
96 79 99 .. A NH YYInc
YY.34.62 -2.72 +29 1.2m 48
44 13 95 E B NH
70 13 94 C B- NH Zillow
Z 66.36 -0.42 +16 841 99
62 40 85 E B- 16.0
Daily
91 97 86 B A- 63.4
5. LEISURE
-0.1% Change
+33.98%Since
Jan. 1
30 20 25 D B 18.5
46 36 59 C B- 19.3
SECTOR LEADER | NSDAQ
99 99 86 A B+ 926 7Priceline r PCLN.902.1 -9.61 -11 674 27 56 64 44 C C+ 14.1
KEY DATA: EPS 3 Q Avg 29%, LQ 35%, Next Q 19%, Sales 3Q Avg 21%, 43 81 41 B E 44.5
LQ 26%, Next Yr EPS 24%, Pretax 34%, ROE 50%, EPS due 08/07 58 74 68 D C 47.7
67 29 91 B C- 25.2

ArcticC .8 r ACAT 49.81 -0.32 -39 75 17


AvisBudget CAR 31.21 -1.01 +59 3.0m 12
BallyTech
r BYI.65.13 +4.22+517 3.1m 19
Brunswi
.1 BC 35.01 -0.46 -24 716 15
CaesarsEnt
CZR 16.29 -0.08 +78 1.1m ..
Carmike
CKEC 20.50 -0.06 -23 115 29
Carnival 2.8 r CCL 36.25 +0.21 -46 2.6m 19o
Carniva 2.7 r CUK 37.67 +0.32 -33 84 20
CederFa 5.9 FUN 42.33 +0.08 -69 59 41
ChinaLodng HTHT 16.10 -0.01 -58 27 29
ChoiceH 1.7 CHH 43.26 -0.11 +3 98 22
Churchl .9 r CHDN 83.65 -0.57 -16 37 25k
Cinemar 2.9 CNK 29.09 -0.25 -36 364 21
Ctrip
CTRP 33.86 -0.05 -47 1.4m 27
DiscoveryC r DISCK 76.23 -0.01 -48 284 29
DiscoveryA r DISCA 84.33 -0.11 -37 867 32
Dreamworks DWA 25.04 -1.60 +53 1.2m ..
Expedia .8 EXPE 64.50 +0.16 +1 2.6m 20
HarleyDa 1.5 HOG 55.07 -0.37 -30 989 18
HomeInns HMIN 25.63 -0.54 -10 188 22
HyattHotels r H 42.16 +0.02 -28 253 59
Imax
IMAX 25.83 -0.59 +10 780 33
Intercontl 2.1 IHG 29.59 -0.07 -51 85 20k
IntervalLe 2.0 IILG 21.70 -0.04 -37 105 20
IntlGame 1.9 IGT.18.65 +0.60+101 6.3m 14
IntlSpe
.6 ISCA 34.53 -0.02 -38 75 23o
LasVegas 2.5 r LVS 54.99 +0.16 -45 3.0m 25
LifetimeFit
LTM 54.37 +0.37 +24 413 19
LionsGate
LGF 31.94 -0.82 -12 1.3m 19
LiveNatn
LYV 16.42 -0.07 -47 818 ..
MGMResorts MGM 15.70 -0.02 -37 6.2m ..
MadisSqGrdn MSG 62.19 -0.45 -45 208 36o
Makemytrip MMYT 13.60 -0.06 +75 55 ..
MnchstrUtd MANU 17.15 -0.70 -40 21 65o
Marcus 2.6 r MCS 12.87 -0.36+130 107 16k
Marriott 1.6 r MAR 41.49 -0.09 -18 1.7m 22
MarriottVactn VAC 46.68 -0.40 0 197 28
MelcoCrwn MPEL 23.58 +0.12 -49 1.9m 30

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WEDNESDAY, JULY 17, 2013

IBD Composite Rating


Earnings Per Share Growth Rating
Relative Price Strength Rating
Sales+Profit Margins+ROE
Accumulation/Distribution (3 mos)
52-wk

6 6 6 6 6 High
98 71 97 A A NH
88 44 99 D A NH
74 93 67 C C+ 32.9
82 64 66 B B+ 67.1
36 12 52 C B- 59.9
54 5 92 C C+ 21.2
98 89 96 B A+23.0
90 96 71 A C+ NH
21 20 32 E C- 16.1
55 39 79 .. B- 19.4
36 20 42 D C- 25.0
40 55 62 D D 38.6
97 74 92 A B NH
59 59 60 B D+ 40.3
27 31 54 D C NH
53 65 60 B B 70.2
76 57 77 B B+ 58.4
93 55 94 B A NH
99 97 88 A C 65.4
93 84 78 A B+ 27.0
51 60 66 D C+ 67.3
43 14 79 C C NH
43 88 39 A E 65.3
81 83 64 B D+ 144

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Stock % Yield Symbol Price Chg Chg 1000 E 6 6 6 6 6 High Stock % Yield Symbol Price Chg Chg 1000 E
WghtWat 1.5 WTW 45.36 -0.01 -53 205 10 80 81 82 B B- 63.3 LinclnE 1.3 LECO 61.18 -1.10 +9 319 18
Whirlpo 2.1 WHR 121.1 -3.75 +84 1.8m 15 62 80 86 C D- 21.5 Manitow .4 MTW 19.94 +0.06 -16 1.9m 22
Zep
1.2 ZEP 12.92 -0.02 +25 116 13o 61 42 89 C A- 15.2 MetPro 2.1 MPR 13.66 -0.05 +55 223 24
31 30 62 D B 21.4 NIDEC 1.2 r NJ 18.15 +0.12 -73 39 75k
Daily
Since 85 73 70 A C 75.3 Nordson .8 NDSN 73.78 -0.41 -34 177 20o
8. TRANSPRT
-0.7% Change
+26.95%Jan.
1
65 86 58 B B- 73.2 Pall
1.4 r PLL 70.05 -0.30 -39 337 23o
7IPO within last 15 years and EPS & RS 80 or higher 39 38 68 C E 101 ParkHan 1.8 PH 99.9 +0.16 -18 888 15
61 44 80 B D- NH Pentair 1.7 r PNR 60.19 -0.69 -25 864 23
94 94 83 A C 109 7Allegia .0 ALGT 103.1 +0.35 -34 75 22
83 73 82 C A- 16.0 PikeElec .0 PIKE 12.94 +0.02 -61 189 12o
97 92 89 A B- 143 7CopaHld 3.2 CPA 137.9 +2.20 +3 363 16
40 47 70 C D+ 59.9 Powellnds POWL 51.78 -0.93 +30 48 16k
94 93 92 B B 30.57Roadrunner RRTS 29.73 -0.22 -54 79 24
91 80 98 C B 16.8 PowerSec r POWR 16.20 -0.09 -18 218 57
99 82 93 A A- 34.27SpiritAir SAVE.33.57 -0.37 -16 538 21
55 71 57 B C 23.9 ProgrssW 2.3 BIN 22.78 -0.03 -14 166 22k
92 87 86 A C+ 19.87WescoAir WAIR 18.93 -0.53 -60 192 17
21 51 20 C C- 88.3 RegalBe 1.2 RBC 65.54 -0.08 +8 431 14
96 98 81 A B 68.0 AlaskaA 1.3 r ALK.60.16 -0.91 -29 805 12 49 60 64 C B+ 35.5 RepblSr 2.7 RSG 35.14 -0.17 -49 803 18
RXN 19.02 +0.21 -13 333 19
49 76 29 A C- 47.1 AmRailcr 3.0 ARII 32.97 +0.94 +7 329 9 49 81 36 B D 22.5 Rexnord
79 14 99 D A NH ARBest
.5 ABFS 22.69 -0.58 -12 523 .. 71 66 68 B B- 92.0 Rockwell 2.3 ROK 91.01 -0.34 -5 752 17
1.4 SPW 74.00 +0.01 +40 589 20
26 56 37 B C- 57.0 AtlsArWd r AAWW 44.35 +0.44 +20 298 9 28 50 46 C D- 85.8 SPX
.5 SXI 58.92 +0.23 -54 17 15o
42 63 35 B D+ 67.9 CHRbin 2.3 r CHRW 60.23 +0.29 -3 1.5m 21 85 91 70 B D+ NH Standex
SRCL 115.9 -0.53 -20 298 33
53 73 48 A D+ 104 Canadian 1.6 r CNI 100.7 -0.33 -44 339 17 87 90 66 A A- 117 Stericycle
SSYS 89.42 -5.74+114 1.8m 57
70 84 79 B D- 139 CandPac 1.1 CP 127.1 +0.38 -27 618 26 95 94 82 A C+ 96.4 Stratasys
70 84 56 C D- 22.0 Celadon
.4 CGI 19.64 -0.34 -47 93 15 79 67 72 B B+ 34.2 SunHydr 1.1 SNHY 32.24 -0.22 +12 59 23k
TISI 40.07 -0.52 -21 103 23k
62 15 79 C A- 42.4 ConWay 1.0 CNW 40.72 -1.32 -4 723 26 61 68 56 B B 46.7 Team
53 18 79 B A- 18.7 Costsma 5.9 CMRE 18.29 -0.17 -23 95 14 57 63 71 C D- 53.3 Tennant 1.4 TNC 52.09 -0.41 -18 52 24
TEX 27.39 -0.66 -26 1.9m 15
35 70 48 B E 26.4 CSX
2.4 r CSX 24.64 +0.30 -1 7.1m 13 9 9 60 C E 37.1 Terex
79 86 93 .. C 19.7 DeltaAir 1.2 r DAL 19.29 -0.15 -45 5.5m 9 27 84 20 C D+ 31.5 TetraTech r TTEK 24.36 -0.48 -34 360 14
90 77 81 A B NH USEcolo 2.4 ECOL 29.62 +0.07 -24 52 19
Daily
6. AEROSPACE
-1.1% Change
+24.81%Since
Jan. 1 58 84 38 C B 22.3 EchoGlbLog ECHO 19.80 -0.36 -28 112 30
84
70
81
B
B+
NH
WasteCo
.9
WCN
43.44 -0.34 -17 401 28
63 25 97 A C- 29.4 ErickAir-Crn EAC 19.27 -0.26 -17 178 10k
88 63 93 C A NH AAR
1.2 AIR 24.75 -0.68 +7 206 13 44 64 48 C B+ 43.8 Expedit 1.5 EXPD 40.62 -0.05 -20 1.2m 25 48 54 67 C B- 43.0 WasteMn 3.5 WM 41.86 -0.21 -45 1.1m 19
87 71 91 C B+ 89.5 Alliant
1.2 ATK 88.08 -0.32 -7 271 10 35 54 50 C B- 109 Fedex
.6 r FDX 103.5 -0.19 -35 1.9m 16o 62 64 64 B C 42.1 Woodward .8 WWD 41.56 -0.17 -6 343 20
1.6 r XYL 28.58 -0.48 -6 902 17
97 77 95 A B 42.9 Astronics ATRO 41.50 -1.31 +2 93 25k 74 61 58 B C 41.9 Forward 1.0 FWRD 39.77 -0.16 +1 96 22k 50 63 51 C B+ 29.8 Xylem
Daily
98 85 86 A B+ 68.8 BEAerospce BEAV 67.51 -0.97 -6 787 21 7 20 7 D D- 25.2 Freight 1.4 RAIL 16.72 -0.34 +34 131 29
10. FINANCE
-0.6% Change
+23.44%Since
Jan. 1
87 58 83 A B+ 108 Boeing 1.9 BA 104.2 -1.43 0 5.8m 20 68 69 61 C B- 14.0 GasLog 3.3 GLOG 13.51 -0.12 -13 162 79o
68 73 53 B C 52.5 Cubic
.5 CUB 51.50 -0.21 -53 70 15o 81 94 77 A E 94.8 GeneseWym GWR.91.16 -0.79 -47 274 28 SECTOR LEADER | NYSE
85 67 73 C A- NH CurtsWr 1.0 CW 39.40 +0.02 -8 120 19 44 80 23 B D+ 43.6 Golar 5.1 GLNG.35.20 -0.23 -45 411 11o 96 99 94 A D+ 89.87FleetcorTech FLT 84.94 -1.19 -44 464 25
90 41 90 B A 32.8 DigitlGlobe
DGI 32.45 +0.03 -38 548 .. 54 55 47 B C+ 36.0 GolrLgP 6.1 GMLP 33.86 -0.29 -36 76 8o KEY DATA: EPS 3 Q Avg 48%, LQ 50%, Next Q 30%, Sales 3Q Avg 39%,
73 48 94 C B- 26.7 Ducmmun
DCO 23.44 +0.51 -50 65 15 22 15 71 D E 25.3 Greenbri
GBX 22.18 +0.18 -28 297 13o LQ 32%, Next Yr EPS 27%, Pretax 51%, ROE 30%, EPS due 08/08
53 30 82 B E 38.8 Embraer
.2 ERJ 38.32 -0.39 -6 925 25 28 55 46 C C- 26.8 Guangshen 2.6 GSH 20.80 -0.42 -19 17 13o 7IPO within last 15 years and EPS & RS 80 or higher
50 6 92 D B+ NH Engility
EGL 29.37 -0.28 +60 214 8k 81 61 54 B A- 14.8 Heartln
.5 HTLD 14.67 -0.02 -15 266 19k
95 86 80 A B 192 7AlliancData r ADS 188.0 -2.09 +19 907 21
77 45 75 C A NH Esterline
ESL 80.24 -0.04 -12 159 16o 34 69 42 C D+ 41.2 HubGroup r HUBG 36.53 -0.32 +51 296 19

62 27 85 C B 14.6 Exelis
2.9 r XLS 14.29 -0.16 -35 774 8 94 81 71 A B- 77.8 JBHunt .8 JBHT 75.48 -0.74 +20 710 28o 90 80 89 A C+ 28.17ApolloM 9 APO 24.64 -0.59 -24 1.3m 8

89 75 84 C A- 29.6 FLIRSys 1.2 r FLIR 29.04 -0.32 -44 698 18 75 86 84 B D+ 118 KCSouth .8 KSU 113.8 -0.46 -45 641 32 80 80 83 C B- 23.87Blackst 4.2 BX.21.87 -0.32 -30 3.5m 37

KEX 81.09 -2.56 +17 329 21 99 92 92 A A- NH 7CBOE 1.2 r CBOE 48.04 +0.43 -22 488 26
53 20 96 .. C+ 17.5 GenCorp
GY 16.85 -0.15 -46 451 ..o 70 54 83 B B NH Kirby

66 47 73 C B+ NH GenDyna 2.7 GD 83.01 -0.55 +67 3.1m 12 82 65 58 B B+ 17.7 KnightT 1.4 KNX 17.21 -0.09 -56 242 20 98 99 89 A B 44.57Evercore 2.1 EVR 42.87 -0.16 +50 784 20

96 86 85 A B NH Heico
.3 HEI 54.82 -0.83 -30 91 33o 45 60 31 B D- 60.0 Landstar 3.4 r LSTR 52.12 -0.93 +19 433 18 99 80 98 C A+NH 7FBR&Co .0 r FBRC 30.75 +0.08+167 158 79

95
95
96
A
C
49.8
7
FinclEn
.4
FNGN
48.45
-0.75
-27
263
88
94 86 74 A B 39.9 HeicoA
.4 HEIA 38.91 -0.50 +11 46 23 10 6 3 B E 26.2 LatamAir .0 LFL 14.96 +0.07 -67 179 48k

92 82 80 A B 36.1 Hexcel
r HXL 34.86 -0.58 -50 448 21 95 85 90 C B 18.0 MartenT .3 MRTN 17.64 +0.02 +4 130 20 93 89 82 B A+39.37Heartlan .7 r HPY 38.70 -0.31 -33 360 19

.
86 80 85 C B- NH HuntgtnI .7 r HII 60.02 -0.85 -22 163 16 76 82 67 C B+ NH Matson 2.3 MATX 27.71 -0.28 -58 144 18 86 80 80 A B- 25.07HomLn 7.0 HLSS 24.00 -0.23 -43 455 15

41 42 27 B D- 23.2 LMIAero
LMIA 19.89 +0.34 -8 60 12k 42 57 41 B C+ 15.9 NaviosM 11 NMM 14.85 -0.27 -49 151 9 97 95 93 A A 52.47Market 1.0 MKTX 51.00 +0.30 -3 165 34
.41.75 -0.24 -54 578 15
85
84
83
A
C46.9
7
NatnstrMtg
NSM
74 66 64 C B NH L3Comm 2.4 r LLL 90.25 -0.61 +41 707 10 25 57 44 B E 81.0 NorflkS 2.6 r NSC 76.16 +0.53 0 2.0m 14
k
82 63 70 B A- NH Lockheed 4.1 LMT 112.6 -1.77 -31 1.3m 12 97 88 82 B A- 44.7 OldDomn .0 ODFL 43.42 -0.88 -29 491 20 88 82 90 A B- 40.07Nelnet 1.0 NNI 39.39 ... -44 59 8
94 97 84 A D+ 163 7PortRec .0 PRAA 142.0 -0.19 +99 212 17
RJET 12.12 +0.17 -3 373 9
88 57 85 C A+58.0 MoogA
MOGA 56.86 -0.14 -40 54 17k 55 21 96 D B- NH RepubAir
97 82 92 A A 27.17RegnlMgmt RM 26.76 -0.04 -32 29 12k
85 67 78 C A- 88.6 Northrp 2.8 r NOC 87.21 -1.05 -16 1.3m 11 90 78 90 B B 54.2 Ryanair .0 RYAAY 51.78 -0.37 -41 187 20
.0 SAIA 31.84 -0.99 +43 382 22 69 61 77 C A 18.2 AerCap
87 80 75 C A- 18.8 OrbitalSci
ORB 18.33 -0.11 -36 165 15 93 75 97 C B+ 35.0 Saia
AER 17.47 -0.12 -58 143 8
99 83 81 A B 254 Precisi
.1 r PCP 231.7 -2.74 -24 554 23 55 48 73 B C 23.5 Seaspan 5.7 SSW 21.85 +0.18 +46 182 12 93 89 83 A B- NH AffilMangers AMG 174.1 -1.46 +84 726 21
82 69 72 B B+ 70.1 Raytheon 3.2 RTN 69.56 -0.48 -22 1.3m 11 11 23 24 B E 18.0 ShipFnce 10 SFL 15.43 -0.12 -50 397 10o 78 70 76 A C+ 31.0 AirLease .4 AL.28.50 +0.07 -25 460 17
80 61 71 B B+ NH Rockwell 1.8 r COL 67.85 -0.14 +4 648 20 70 80 79 E C 16.3 Skywst 1.1 r SKYW 14.77 -0.46 -6 320 13 60 44 85 B B- 17.5 Aircast 3.9 AYR 16.98 -0.17 -40 271 9
50 48 63 D D+ 25.9 SpiritAero
SPR 22.89 -0.16 -42 666 27 67 81 75 D D 14.6 Southwe 1.2 LUV 13.40 -0.08 -44 4.1m 20 38 73 60 .. D+ 27.4 AlliBer 7.5 AB 20.39 +0.06 -6 456 14
GASS 10.02 -0.21 +83 405 8o
92 85 62 B B 81.6 Teledyne
TDY 79.70 -0.65 -35 75 17 53 55 69 C C+ 12.1 StlthGas
92 93 63 A B 129 Altisource ASPS 98.38 +0.21 -78 34 21
42 39 38 B B- 31.3 Textron
.3 TXT 27.73 +0.01 +43 3.6m 13 93 70 95 B B 17.9 SwiftTrnsp SWFT 16.93 -0.09 -19 1.1m 15 92 96 87 B B 182 Amerco .0 UHAL 170.1 -0.35 -16 50 12
95 83 66 A B+ 143 TransDi
.0 TDG 139.2 -1.83 -25 493 20 65 83 55 B C 45.4 TeekayL 6.1 TGP 44.25 -0.51 +20 205 18 31 32 42 A C 15.2 AmCapital ACAS 13.16 -0.22 -60 1.3m 10
88 87 71 B C 84.0 Triumph
.2 TGI 83.18 -0.08 -31 344 13 44 37 73 B D 36.1 TeekayO 6.0 TOO 35.22 -0.69 +10 236 28 82 80 79 A C 78.6 AmerExp 1.2 r AXP 78.27 +0.42 -19 4.6m 17
60 60 80 E B+ 41.6 Teekay
3.1 TK 40.28 -0.70 -43 199 .. 86 90 86 B D- 87.0 Amerpri 2.4 AMP 85.40 -0.93 -23 984 14
53 73 52 B D- 45.7 Trinity 1.4 r TRN 36.64 -0.72 -19 1.0m 10 39 56 35 A D- 18.7 AresCap 8.7 ARCC 17.45 -0.08 +18 2.4m 10
Daily
7. CONSUMER -0.9% Change
+25.18%Since
Jan. 1 32 32 68 C D- 27.7 TwinDsc 1.5 r TWIN 24.08 +0.30 -40 17 35
12 33 7 .. C+ 17.8 AresRlE 7.6 ACRE 13.11 +0.14 +4 522 99
84 80 77 B C 19.7 USAirways
LCC 17.95 +0.19 -26 3.8m 5 20 21 50 B D- 29.7 Arlingtn 13 AI 25.50 +0.04 -42 126 9
7IPO within last 15 years and EPS & RS 80 or higher
78 88 73 A C+ 161 UnionPa 1.7 UNP 159.2 -0.58 -18 1.4m 18
99 97 93 A A 36.57GrandCnyn LOPE.35.26 -0.83 +11 501 21 54 54 72 C D- 35.3 UntdContntl UAL 31.16 -0.85 -38 2.1m 25 63 67 85 .. B- 56.1 ArtsnPtnAst APAM 51.76 -0.75 -77 37 53
77 90 77 B D- 298 Blackro 2.5 r BLK 268.4 -1.46 -23 662 18
86 83 96 D A- 41.17iRobot
r IRBT 37.97 -2.02 +19 710 37 37 60 49 B D 91.8 UPS
2.9 UPS 85.98 +0.50 +7 3.9m 18
96 94 85 C A- 30.97K12
LRN 29.87 -0.06 -40 181 42o 21 29 66 E C- 16.9 UTiWrld .4 UTIW 16.51 -0.08 -30 528 78 83 64 90 C B- 31.7 BlockH&R 2.7 HRB 29.82 -0.40 -1 2.5m 18o
2.6 BR 28.02 -0.14 -60 328 16
99 88 88 A A NH 7OrientlE .0 EDU 23.99 -0.21 -24 1.4m 24 90 92 75 A B- 56.5 Wabtec .3 WAB 55.49 -0.41 -47 310 20 80 78 71 B D- NH Broadri
4.8 BIP 36.16 -0.38 -56 197 43
99 95 96 A B 35.27PrestigBrnd PBH 34.68 -0.03 -23 263 23 65 46 52 C A- 25.4 WermerE .8 WERN 24.74 -0.22 -37 302 18 28 43 34 B D- 40.9 Brookfi
51 86 25 A D 30.3 CAIIntl
CAP 22.89 -0.27 +21 167 7
87 96 81 A E 77.87SodastreamSODA 57.68 -2.71 +63 2.6m 22 46 1 94 D A- NH XPOLogstc
XPO 23.84 +2.06+410 905 ..
50 65 37 C B 12.3 CalamsA 4.5 CLMS 10.99 ... -36 121 9
Daily
Since
-1.3% Change +17.46%Jan. 1 80 85 67 A B- 67.7 CaptlOne 1.8 r COF 66.68 -0.17 -42 2.0m 11
76 93 60 B B 19.2 AmerGre 3.2 r AM 18.98 ... -28 191 8o 9. MACHINE
74 88 43 A B 31.5 Cardtronics CATM 29.51 +0.20 -40 128 18
95 92 66 A C+ 42.2 AmPublcEd APEI 40.29 -0.24 -25 99 15
SECTOR LEADER | NYSE
17 37 25 B D+ 37.9 Carlyle
2.4 CG 26.54 -0.46 -26 525 13
22 27 14 C B 32.3 ApolloA
APOL 18.97 +0.28 -28 2.3m 6o
96 96 93 A C 51.9 ThreeDS .0 DDD 46.99 -1.32 -37 3.2m 54 42 83 38 B D- 54.1 CashAmer .3 r CSH 44.70 -0.95+349 720 9
76 63 76 C B- 24.5 AvonPrdt 1.1 AVP 22.51 -0.35 -7 3.3m 22
KEY DATA: EPS 3 Q Avg 48%, LQ 24%, Next Q 33%, Sales 3Q Avg 44%, 72 40 85 C A- 79.5 CMEGrp 2.4 CME 76.29 -0.83 -8 2.2m 25
85 77 85 C A- 17.7 Basset 1.2 BSET 16.94 -0.50 -4 32 30o
LQ 31%, Next Yr EPS 28%, Pretax 16%, ROE 18%, EPS due 07/26 63 79 45 A D+ 44.4 CohenSt 2.2 CNS 36.28 -0.54 -26 96 20
7 14 5 B B+ 46.2 Blyth
1.3 BTH 15.23 +0.37 +33 221 6
68 69 66 C B 18.8 Compass 7.8 CODI 18.48 -0.14 +30 203 ..
50 53 62 .. C 38.4 BrightHrzFm BFAM 34.93 -0.08 -53 109 99 7IPO within last 15 years and EPS & RS 80 or higher
75 80 92 A D- 12.8 CnsmrPrt
CPSS 6.73 -0.28 -24 124 15
27 47 62 D D- 31.5 CSSIndst 2.3 r CSS 26.45 -0.09 -52 14 12k 88 83 92 C B- 31.37Altra 1.3 AIMC 30.18 +0.04 -50 74 19k
65 93 44 A C+ 29.5 CoreLogic r CLGX 26.29 -0.10 +17 1.1m 15
94 96 93 B C 22.3 Carriag
.5 CSV 19.03 +0.13 -25 89 21 99 94 94 A A NH 7Generac .0 GNRC.41.49 +0.24 -7 1.2m 12
78 97 56 A D 128 CreditAcpt CACC 110.7 +0.99 -34 37 12k
70 91 46 A B 65.1 ChurchD 1.8 r CHD.63.60 -0.41 -17 465 24 91 96 82 A C- 13.17Manitex MNTX 11.39 +0.47 +36 187 15
45 55 62 D D 30.4 CreditSu .4 CS 28.38 +0.11 -73 349 10
25 63 48 .. C+ 90.1 Clorox
3.3 CLX 86.84 +0.54+190 2.5m 19
22 48 17 B C+ 20.5 DFCGlobal DLLR 14.49 -0.02 -43 214 7o
66 75 40 A D+ 62.7 ColgteP 2.3 CL 58.48 -0.34 -8 3.1m 21 34 36 58 B D- 23.4 ABB
3.1 ABB 22.72 +0.17 -51 942 19 89 89 77 A B- 51.3 Discover 1.6 r DFS 49.64 -0.64 +3 3.8m 10
76 87 87 C B- 18.7 Culp
.9 CFI 18.60 -0.03 -8 34 16 48 66 72 C E NH Actuant
.1 ATU 34.81 -0.48 +18 616 18o 43 9 90 E B+ 13.7 ETrade
ETFC 13.21 -0.30 -15 3.2m ..
68 58 67 C B- 34.5 DeVry 1.0 r DV 32.67 -0.65 +17 528 11 35 42 65 C B- 26.1 Aegion
r AEGN 24.04 -0.20 -1 165 18 82 72 73 A B+ 44.6 EatonVa 2.0 EV 40.07 -0.07 +20 841 20o
52 47 51 B B- 35.9 DolbyLab .0 DLB 33.83 -0.47 -16 367 13 85 88 70 A C+ 45.6 Ametek .5 AME 45.13 -0.28 -39 638 23
57 62 63 C B- 19.0 ElctroR 4.3 ELRC 18.67 -0.04 -28 31 19
81 92 74 A B- NH Ecolab
1.0 ECL 91.32 +0.55 +11 1.3m 29 50 81 21 A C 49.1 AZZ
1.5 AZZ 36.20 -0.60 +49 294 15o 29 43 30 B D+ 26.7 Ellingt
13 EFC 22.80 -0.37 -67 99 18
64 54 50 B C+ 49.8 ElizArden RDEN 46.51 -0.58 -45 79 20 54 30 68 A B- 31.4 Bbck&Wi 1.0 r BWC 30.91 +0.16 -42 398 14
88 95 64 A D- 38.7 EncoreCap r ECPG 33.77 +0.73 -26 241 10
67 79 77 C B- 108 Energiz 1.5 ENR 105.0 -1.76 -16 382 15 43 52 43 B C 54.3 BadgerM 1.4 BMI 47.76 +0.22 -30 40 27
98 79 97 B A- 29.1 Envestnet
ENV 26.71 -0.35 -56 92 70k
79 91 44 A D- 72.7 EsteeLa 1.1 r EL 66.78 -0.66 -7 1.4m 25 39 82 42 E D+ 25.5 BriggSt 2.2 r BGG 21.44 -0.17 -62 147 23 81 84 55 A D- 63.9 Equifax 1.4 EFX 61.05 -0.35 -30 419 19
93 70 80 C A NH FranklinCovy r FC 15.51 +0.04 -18 60 28 46 87 60 D D- 18.7 CalgnCarbon r CCC 17.71 -0.01 -58 156 39 89 73 92 B A- 34.2 Euronet
EEFT 33.27 +0.29 +35 322 20
2.7 CAT 88.17 +0.77 -7 5.4m 11 25 57 20 B C- 25.4 EzcorpA
31 26 31 B A- 43.3 Garmin 4.9 r GRMN 36.43 -0.47 -25 782 13 21 32 38 B C+ 99 Caterpi
EZPW 18.29 -0.19 -16 246 7
64 61 83 C B 40.7 HNI
2.4 HNI 39.54 -0.71 -7 122 34 84 93 82 B B+ 14.3 CecoEnv 1.5 CECE 13.26 -0.29 -17 58 18 71 12 91 B A- 16.8 FXCM 1.4 FXCM 16.64 +0.61 -15 447 9
.3 CIR 54.05 -0.77 -8 84 20k 49 58 46 A B 37.9 FedAgri 1.5 AGM 32.25 -0.20 +74 44 7
77 71 76 C B 55.9 HarmanI 1.1 r HAR 54.49 -0.83 -19 530 19 73 54 89 C B+ 55.8 Circor
1.0 CLC 54.35 -0.42 -10 163 22o 82 58 87 A B+ 30.0 FedInvs
73 86 70 C B 49.0 Hasbro 3.4 HAS 47.16 -0.29 +8 1.3m 16 49 65 54 B B- 55.8 Clarcor
3.2 FII 29.80 +0.04 +18 996 16
95 86 83 B A NH HelenTroy
HELE 43.98 -0.02 +67 273 11o 21 28 33 C C- 62.0 CleanHarbors CLH 54.99 -0.05 -40 272 37 82 88 73 B E 46.0 Fidelity
2.0 FIS 44.70 -0.35 -53 755 17
99 96 73 A B 56.4 Herbali 2.3 r HLF 52.07 -0.23 +17 2.8m 11 94 99 98 B A+NH ColemanC .7 CCIX 22.08 -0.03 -22 127 13 58 33 57 A B 19.7 FidusInv 8.0 FDUS 19.07 -0.09 +23 81 12
CFX 51.82 -0.32 -61 340 38 40 59 36 A E 11.1 5thStre
71 55 61 A D+ 25.5 Hillenb
3.2 HI 24.58 -0.11 +15 232 13 86 77 88 A C- 53.7 Colfax
10 FSC 10.69 -0.10 -31 922 10
59 82 62 D B 18.3 HookerF 2.4 HOFT 16.99 -0.31 +4 34 18o 68 40 92 C B 24.2 ClmbMckn CMCO 24.02 -0.05 -46 48 14 72 96 42 A C 58.8 FrstCash
r FCFS 50.39 -0.43 +23 222 17
DXPE 68.68 -0.35 -32 61 19 79 85 58 A D- 91.8 Fiserv
89 87 68 B C- 82.8 IntlFla
1.7 r IFF 79.57 -0.38 -21 259 19 92 89 80 A C+ 76.9 DXPEntrp
FISV 91.03 -0.21 -24 455 17
99 96 94 B A- 34.2 InterPa 1.4 IPAR 33.34 -0.32 -28 127 18 48 68 50 B C+ 39.4 Donalds 1.4 DCI 37.58 -0.17 -50 258 22o 66 96 39 A C 17.4 FlyLeas
4.8 FLY 14.63 ...+147 1.1m 3
1.7 r DOV 80.17 -0.54 -11 963 17 53 83 44 A E 169 FrankRes .3 BEN 144.9 +0.49 -10 985 15
69 82 74 C C+ 49.3 Jarden
.0 r JAH 45.13 -0.72 +29 1.3m 16 73 68 79 B C- NH Dover
76 80 50 B D+ 106 KimberlyC 3.2 KMB 100.2 +0.07 -14 2.2m 18 51 63 69 E C+ NH EncorWi .2 WIRE 37.13 +0.12 -43 39 39 15 14 30 D B- 15.9 Garrison .0 GARS 14.89 -0.05 -73 16 ..k
22 36 36 C C+ 18.7 Knoll
3.1 KNL 15.50 -0.12 +77 249 14 35 16 74 D B- 19.1 EnerNOCn ENOC 15.21 -0.09 -33 253 .. 15 26 30 B E 54.2 GATX
2.7 GMT 45.39 -0.21 +52 425 16
45 85 61 C E 34.3 LegetPl 3.6 LEG 31.79 -0.40 -7 1.0m 21 73 68 85 C C+ NH EnerSys 1.0 r ENS 52.13 -0.35 -48 167 14 66 80 43 A B- 51.2 GlobalP .2 r GPN 47.81 -0.18 -34 466 13
NPO 57.22 -0.81 -19 126 21 83 85 59 A B NH GolubCap 7.1 GBDC 18.12 -0.10 -67 162 14
94 99 91 C A- 26.0 Libbey
LBY 24.88 -0.23 -51 48 10 70 47 87 C A- 59.4 EnPro
82 92 70 A B- 48.5 Mattel 3.1 MAT 46.33 -0.30 +56 2.8m 18 54 29 98 .. B+ 75.4 ExOneCo XONE.56.35 -7.87+204 2.1m ..k 80 61 85 A B+ 24.0 GreenDotA GDOT 20.07 +0.12 -45 174 15
72 45 75 C B+ NH Mathws 1.0 MATW 39.87 +0.37 +8 89 17k 75 85 67 B C 57.8 Flowser 3.0 FLS 55.18 -0.11 +29 1.2m 18 17 22 23 C B- 62.0 Greenhi 3.9 GHL 46.07 -1.63 -7 272 35
90 98 64 A C 33.3 Medifast
MED 28.03 -0.30 -25 131 16 11 9 42 D D- 27.1 FosterWhl FWLT 21.87 -0.15 -51 506 16 85 66 93 B C+ 24.4 HEEquip .0 HEES 22.53 -1.00 -10 156 21
98 90 91 A B 187 Middleby r MIDD 185.5 +1.09 +72 164 26 82 83 75 B C- 38.8 FrankEl
.8 FELE 37.90 -0.12 +1 145 23k 73 78 74 B B 21.1 HFF
.0 HF 19.57 +0.17 -48 73 18
80 71 83 B B 29.0 MillerH 1.8 MLHR 28.53 -0.21 -44 154 19o 59 53 69 C C+ 76.6 Gardner
.3 GDI 75.90 ... +8 528 14 74 55 73 A C+ 14.3 Hercules 7.7 HTGC 14.02 -0.07 -49 314 14
43 32 76 C D+ 67.4 NACCO 1.7 NC 59.56 -1.14 -63 12 11k 8 17 31 D E 37.1 GenCable 2.3 BGC 31.03 +0.05 -53 311 15 30 51 22 B C 18.2 Horizon 9 HRZN 14.21 ... +2 63 11k
70 48 65 B B 18.8 Natures 2.2 NATR 18.20 +0.45 +84 62 12k 38 49 37 D A 22.2 GlbPrEq 2.0 GLPW 17.82 +0.32 -44 32 30 61 73 96 D D- 18.0 ImpacM
IMH 10.30 -0.05 +34 39 5
64 65 73 B D 28.5 Rubberm 2.2 NWL 26.84 -0.15 -43 1.3m 15 42 30 55 C B+ 33.8 GormanR 1.2 GRC 32.86 -0.53 -47 15 26 38 8 74 C C- NH InterBr 2.4 IBKR 16.84 +0.43 +61 489 22
1.5 r GGG 67.62 -0.31 -45 122 25 88 75 82 B C 184 Intrcontexch ICE 181.6 -0.30 -7 681 23
99 97 95 A A- 80.0 NuSkin 1.6 NUS.77.02 -0.63 -17 818 20 97 88 84 A B+ 68.5 Graco
41 1 96 D B- 22.4 Parametric PAMT 16.36 -0.39 -36 81 ..k 94 72 94 B A- 33.0 Graham .4 GHM 32.53 -0.01 -41 24 31 30 38 37 C C+ 21.0 IntlFcstone INTL 18.43 +0.09 -29 63 13
HOLI 12.85 +0.04 -74 45 13 65 75 71 B D- 35.0 Invesco
76 69 53 B B 82.5 ProctrG 3.0 PG 80.97 -0.54 +13 11m 19 76 58 73 A B 14.9 HLSSys
2.8 IVZ 31.94 -0.19 -13 3.5m 17
81 83 90 .. B- 25.2 Revlon
REV 24.57 -0.28 -28 39 24 42 18 91 D B NH Hardinge .5 HDNG 16.60 +0.31 +34 68 15k 55 40 95 E C+ 15.7 InvTech
ITG 15.08 -0.42 -25 262 51
87 89 79 B C+ 19.6 Service 1.5 r SCI 18.51 -0.09 -48 802 21 68 65 65 B B- 105 Hubbell 1.7 HUBB 103.4 -0.96 -10 161 20k 51 3 76 B B+ NH JTHHlding
TAX 18.95 +0.81 +13 26 30
66 50 95 E B 23.4 Sony
1.1 SNE 21.96 -0.28 -71 1.6m 95 54 39 89 C D+ 71.9 Hystr-Ya 1.5 r HY 65.81 -2.15 -5 49 12 76 74 68 A D- 11.5 KCAPFi 10 KCAP 10.97 ... -34 236 10
36 26 69 B D+ 62.8 Spectrum 1.8 SPB 57.02 -0.98 +52 286 23 78 75 80 B C- 58.5 IDEX
1.6 IEX 57.74 -0.29 -19 265 20 9 8 31 E B- 27.9 KayneAn 6.9 KED 25.69 -0.41 -9 28 99k
64 63 86 C B- NH Steelca
2.6 SCS 15.49 -0.23 -29 427 22o 57 49 70 C B- 72.3 Illinois
2.1 ITW 71.46 -0.59 -20 1.6m 18 53 34 72 B B 21.6 KKR
6.7 KKR 20.07 -0.46 -47 1.3m 9
16 12 37 E D 28.7 Stonemr 9 STON 25.60 -0.32 -33 55 .. 64 61 68 C B 59.6 IngrslR 1.4 r IR 58.17 -1.16 +9 2.0m 17 84 92 70 B C- 39.8 LPLFncl 1.4 r LPLA 38.13 -0.19 -31 424 18
53 48 80 B C 51.0 TempurSealy TPX 45.00 -0.48 -9 1.1m 18 78 59 87 C A- 23.8 JohnBean 1.5 JBT 23.58 +0.08 -6 91 18k 39 46 45 B C 38.4 Lazard
3.1 LAZ 32.64 -0.11 -7 710 23
66 83 40 A D- 32.0 Trimble .0 TRMB 27.16 -0.10 -22 1.3m 19 17 64 19 B E 69.2 JoyGlob 1.3 JOY 52.18 +0.60 -37 1.3m 7o 40 56 65 D D+ 37.1 LeggMas 1.6 LM 32.74 -0.14 -46 1.0m 12
79 90 67 A D+ 85.2 Tupperw 3.2 r TUP 78.38 -1.38 +46 697 15 66 39 86 D A- 35.0 Kadant 1.5 r KAI 33.42 -0.75 -38 27 15 59 61 78 B C+ 34.1 LenderP 1.2 r LPS 32.08 -0.03 -15 1.6m 10
94 86 95 C B+ 32.4 UnivElec
UEIC 30.13 -0.46 -15 60 18k 63 66 50 C B+ 38.6 Kaman 1.7 KAMN 37.91 +0.02 +35 112 17k 89 95 49 A C+ 36.9 MSCI
r MSCI 34.43 -0.24 -8 450 16
99 96 97 A B+ NH USANA
r USNA 78.84 -0.09 -66 40 16 37 47 48 B B- 44.6 Kenname 1.6 r KMT 40.16 -0.14 -36 343 14 20 5 37 B B- 13.2 MVCCap 4.2 r MVC 12.90 -0.09 -1 93 40o

MultimdGm MGAM 31.48 +0.94+192 634 30


Netflix
NFLX 260.5 +2.50 +47 4.8m 99
NorwegCruisNCLH.31.40 +0.02 -66 130 35
Outerwall OUTR 62.39 -1.12 -48 310 14
PenNatlGam PENN 53.75 -0.01 +4 691 27
PinnacleEnt r PNK 20.17 -0.07 -43 447 23
PointsIntl PCOM 22.44 +0.11 -3 76 44
Polaris
1.7 PII 101.6 -0.21 -7 703 22
RealD
r RLD 12.01 -0.10 +58 494 ..
RegalEnt 4.4 RGC 18.90 -0.07 -50 555 22
Rentrak
RENT 21.23 +0.11 -57 14 ..
RoyalCa 1.3 RCL 35.80 +0.50 -25 1.3m 16
SHFLEntrtmt SHFL 22.81 +4.11+999 14m 32o
SixFlags
9 SIX 36.35 -0.81 -10 728 10
Speedwy 3.0 TRK 19.70 +0.45 +46 33 20k
Starwoo 1.9 r HOT 66.46 -0.16 -26 1.4m 24
SteinerLeis r STNR 57.06 -0.31 -7 40 16k
Travlzoo
r TZOO 32.50 +0.38+203 241 25
TripAdvisor r TRIP.60.62 +0.17 -33 1.4m 36
TumiHldgs TUMI 25.30 -0.32 -15 347 35
VailRes 1.3 MTN 65.58 -0.46 -54 90 59o
WMSInds
WMS 25.64 -0.06 +30 496 27
Wyndhm 2.0 WYN 59.16 -0.44 -24 1.1m 17
Wynn 3.0 WYNN 132.5 +0.48 -20 1.1m 21

5 5 5 5 5 52-wk

Dividend Stock Close


Vol% Vol P
High Stock % Yield Symbol Price Chg Chg 1000 E

Accumulation/Distribution (3 mos)
Sales+Profit Margins+ROE
Relative Price Strength Rating
Earnings Per Share Growth Rating

IBD Composite Rating

6 6 6 6 6 High
44 87 22 .. B- 60.3
69 77 83 D B- 134
8 46 14 C E 17.0

5 5 5 5 5 52-wk

Dividend Stock Close


Vol% Vol P
High Stock % Yield Symbol Price Chg Chg 1000 E

Accumulation/Distribution (3 mos)
Sales+Profit Margins+ROE
Relative Price Strength Rating
Earnings Per Share Growth Rating

IBD Composite Rating

5 5 5 5 5 52-wk

Dividend Stock Close


Vol% Vol P
High Stock % Yield Symbol Price Chg Chg 1000 E

Accumulation/Distribution (3 mos)
Sales+Profit Margins+ROE
Relative Price Strength Rating
Earnings Per Share Growth Rating

IBD Composite Rating

IBD Composite Rating


Earnings Per Share Growth Rating
Relative Price Strength Rating
Sales+Profit Margins+ROE
Accumulation/Distribution (3 mos)
52-wk

6 6 6 6 6 High
60 84 37 A D- 34.5
73 72 65 A B- 20.5
71 91 57 A D- 26.0
88 95 68 A C 602
52 42 75 B D+ 35.8
27 48 67 C D- 16.0
54 62 36 A C+ 16.3
82 78 95 C B- 37.5
57 34 84 .. A- 24.9
74 54 87 D B 42.4
85 67 83 C A- 34.4
42 49 36 A D+ 15.8
27 25 53 B B- 14.8
58 63 64 B B- 17.0
76 80 70 A D- 59.5
94 98 90 A B- 47.3
64 74 83 D C 80.8
35 23 50 B A- 23.9
58 53 45 A B- 15.0
58 64 47 A C 12.2
51 67 22 B C+ 14.1
75 96 61 B C 42.6
72 89 54 A D- 80.1
36 40 29 B B- 12.3
75 78 50 A C 48.2
62 68 77 C B- 64.7
86 78 79 A B 31.3
84 85 80 A C- 26.2
24 16 44 .. B 18.0
70 45 88 B C+ 22.4
44 62 41 A E 26.0
43 41 45 A D+ 19.6
67 66 87 C D+ 69.8
77 78 56 C B+ 39.7
54 69 53 .. A- 16.9
76 49 91 B C 26.5
52 30 49 A B 16.1
79 83 53 A B+ 46.9
35 62 26 B C- 44.0
20 1 55 .. B- 31.4
58 58 44 B B+ 25.9
46 69 71 D E 21.5
72 82 55 A D 30.7
73 75 69 A D 59.7
92 69 80 A A- 28.5
19 58 3 B C+ 39.0
82 80 93 A E 248
92 96 78 A D+ 192
90 86 64 A B 85.0
88 89 88 A D+ NH
74 80 61 A B- 21.8
89 95 41 A B 50.0
8 1 15 .. D- 21.9
77 63 55 A B+ 19.1
95 80 91 A C+ 14.1
64 95 44 A D- 95.0
23 24 13 B B- 21.0

Dividend Stock Close


Vol% Vol P
Stock % Yield Symbol Price Chg Chg 1000 E

MainStC 6.1 MAIN 30.35 -0.01 -34 214 15


Manning 3.8 MN 16.90 -0.21 -31 96 15k
MarlinB 1.7 MRLN 22.99 +1.34 -27 21 21k
Masterc .4 r MA 589.8 -6.08 -23 451 25
Mcgrath 2.8 MGRC 34.57 +0.11 -33 43 19
Medalli 6.0 TAXI 14.76 -0.06 -42 59 32
MedleyC 10 MCC.14.09 +0.08 -37 328 9
MobileMini MINI 33.43 +0.25 -15 240 31
Moneygram MGI 20.85 -2.09+519 814 20
NYSEEur 2.9 NYX 42.00 ... +2 1.5m 21
NdaqOx 1.5 r NDAQ 33.78 -0.36 -21 1.0m 13
NewMtnFn 9 NMFC 14.59 +0.07 -25 318 10
Newstar
NEWS 14.19 +0.03 -14 29 29k
Nicholas 3.2 NICK 15.22 ... -48 16 9k
Oaktree 10 OAK 53.23 -0.01 -24 347 11
OcwenFncl OCN.44.93 -0.97 -38 1.7m 30
Orix
.8 IX 74.90 +0.24 -90 2 16k
PHH
PHH 22.06 -0.18 -35 743 9
Pennant 7.4 PFLT 14.10 -0.50+999 2.4m 13k
Pennant 9 PNNT 11.64 -0.06 +11 632 10
PeformtFinl PFMT 10.82 -0.23 -62 108 18
PiperJaff
r PJC 33.35 -0.95 +24 185 11
PriceTr 2.0 TROW 77.58 -0.37 -36 850 22
Prospec 12 PSEC 10.98 ... -31 2.1m 6o
RaymndJ 1.3 RJF 44.22 -0.49 -49 573 16
RyderSys 2.3
R 60.39 -0.98 +42 738 14
SEIInvst 1.3 r SEIC 30.32 -0.23 -22 647 24
SLM
2.6 r SLM 23.41 -0.13 -26 2.8m 10
SafeguardSci SFE 16.82 +0.06 -39 48 ..
SchwbCh 1.1 SCHW 21.00 -0.71 +49 16m 31o
SolarCap 9 SLRC 24.40 ... -13 272 11
SolarSr 7.3 SUNS 19.20 +0.11 -27 38 14k
StateSt 1.5 r STT 68.69 -0.56 -35 2.1m 16
StifelFncl
SF 36.79 +0.05 -13 409 16
TCPCap 8.6 TCPC 16.68 -0.12 -52 188 8
TDAmtrd 1.4 AMTD 25.80 -0.35 -29 3.0m 24
THLCred 8.8 TCRD 15.52 +0.05 -50 320 11
TALIntl 6.2 TAL 42.55 -0.13 -26 255 10
Textain 5.2 TGH 35.42 +0.25 -32 133 9
Tortoise 5.6 TTP 29.24 -0.23 -64 16 ..k
TotalSys 1.6 TSS 25.50 -0.22 -35 954 19
Tree.com .0 TREE 19.01 -0.16 -34 29 99k
Triangl 7.5 TCAP 28.72 ... -61 84 12
UntdRental
URI 50.98 -1.24 +25 2.7m 13
VantivA
VNTV 28.15 +0.26 -8 1.4m 14
Verifone
PAY 18.36 -0.03 -62 1.3m 7o
VirtusInvs VRTS 187.9 -2.14 -64 22 32k
Visa
.7 r V 189.4 -0.87 -42 1.9m 27
WEX
WEX 83.97 -0.13 -35 120 20
WaddllR 2.3 WDR 48.62 +0.09 +81 1.2m 20
WalkerDunlp WD 19.01 +0.06 -40 82 10
WaltrInvMgt WAC.35.80 -0.59 -25 624 10
WstrnAs 21 r WMC 16.91 -0.08 -66 370 6
WestrnU 2.9 r WU 17.40 -0.07 +8 6.2m 10
WisdmtrInv WETF.12.31 -0.27 -56 896 82
WrldAccpt r WRLD 80.71 +0.54 +49 220 10
ZaisFi
10 ZFC 17.46 +0.15 -42 39 8k
Daily
0.0% Change
+27.28%Since
Jan. 1

11. MISC

7IPO within last 15 years and EPS & RS 80 or higher

62 80 80 .. A- 24.37BerryPlstcs BERY 21.01 -1.25+186 1.5m 32


98 91 86 A A 53.07PackagCp 3.1 PKG 51.49 -0.82 +15 921 22
93 91 91 A B+ 40.87Trimas
TRS 37.45 -0.27 -25 169 19
52 60 63 B D 115
93 83 93 C B 36.5
48 56 56 C B NH
50 82 33 B B 48.5
46 77 59 D D 42.0
85 85 72 C A- NH
77 85 72 C C+ NH
73 52 75 C B- 37.9
43 62 52 C C- 70.6
57 85 43 B D+ 82.0
62 65 63 C C 53.0
88 77 88 B A 64.7
44 83 53 .. B- 44.3
12 34 15 D E 87.1
27 36 53 B D- 57.3
63 44 83 B C- 69.9
47 71 53 B E 60.1
72 80 60 E B+ 13.3
37 61 46 C D 24.5
73 44 88 D B- 27.4
35 36 67 D B- 55.2
40 56 65 E B- NH
30 43 60 D C+ 26.0
70 80 78 B D 82.8
53 33 86 B C+ 90.8
70 46 70 C B- 49.1
65 46 85 B B 32.2
29 31 62 D C- 32.0
87 35 98 B B 44.3
19 35 46 B E 32.4
67 66 70 C A- NH
49 61 54 D D+ 38.4
57 69 50 C B+ 17.8
96 89 82 A A- NH
63 94 50 B C+ 81.2
82 56 84 C B+ 27.1
61 76 62 C B 31.7
37 24 81 C B- 29.7
33 55 38 B C- 37.7
35 42 54 E D+ 17.5
86 85 86 C C- 108
78 89 62 A B- NH
92 77 89 B B- 54.6
78 65 92 C A- 27.7
41 64 49 C C 113
38 57 46 B C- 49.8
46 61 54 C B- 36.8
44 72 40 B C+ 87.5
59 77 71 D C 35.8
77 68 67 A B 100

3M
2.2 r MMM 114.3 -0.51
AlbnyInt 1.7 AIN 35.75 -0.44
Aptargr 1.7 ATR 59.43 -0.33
Ball
1.2 BLL 44.78 -0.33
Bemis
2.6 BMS 40.32 -0.86
BerkHthwyA BRKA 175849 -28.00
BerkHthwyB BRKB 117.2 -0.01
Buckeye 1.0 BKI 37.20 -0.02
Carlisl
1.2 CSL 64.70 -0.62
Chemed
.9 CHE 75.88 +0.24
ClrwtrPaper r CLW 49.80 -0.17
Crane
1.8 CR 63.46 -0.44
CrownHldg
CCK 42.29 -0.33
Domtar 3.2 UFS 69.11 -0.29
DuPont 3.3 r DD 54.38 -0.25
EatonC 2.5 ETN 66.50 -1.69
Emerson 2.9 EMR 57.21 -0.16
FibriaCelu
FBR 11.66 -0.14
General 3.2 r GE 23.43 -0.20
Glatfel
1.5 GLT 27.13 +0.03
Greifin
3.1 GEF 54.21 -0.44
Griffon
.8 GFF 12.29 +0.09
Harsco
3.3 HSC 25.10 -0.15
Honywell 2.0 HON 82.03 -0.27
IcahnE
5.5 IEP 72.22 -0.30
IntlPap
2.5 IP 48.39 +0.28
ITTCorp 1.3 r ITT 31.14 -0.49
Koninkl 2.8 PHG 29.78 +0.22
KapStone .0 KS 43.27 +0.13
Leucadia .9 LUK 26.96 +0.20
MDUResr 2.5 MDU 27.67 -0.34
MeadWst 2.8 MWV 35.85 -0.22
MyersIn 2.2 MYE 16.34 -0.09
NeenahP 2.2 r NP 36.97 +0.13
OSISystem r OSIS 68.88 +0.39
OrchidP
5.2 TIS 26.91 +0.18
OtterTa 3.8 OTTR 30.93 +0.36
OwensIllinois OI 28.95 +0.07
RavenIn 1.5 RAVN 31.43 -0.03
ResolutFrst RFP 14.98 +0.23
RockTen 1.2 RKT 103.9 -2.64
RoperInd .5 ROP 129.0 -1.50
SchtzM 2.3 SWM 52.90 -0.30
SealAir
1.9 SEE 27.51 -0.10
Siemens 2.7 r SI 108.5 +0.78
SilganH 1.2 r SLGN 48.61 -0.15
SonocoP 3.4 SON 36.26 -0.36
Teleflex 1.8 TFX 77.33 -0.95
TycoIn
1.8 TYC 35.11 -0.33
UnitedT 2.1 r UTX 100.0 -0.25

12. APPAREL

-7 2.5m 18
-20 93 22k
-9 157 24
-41 663 14
+56 942 18
-50 0.2 21k
-35 2.7m 21k
-46 264 15
+10 366 16k
+72 534 13
-23 91 18k
-28 184 16
-3 899 14
0 366 12
-43 3.4m 16
-9 2.8m 17
-27 2.6m 16
-48 759 ..
-4 38m 16
-40 119 22
-45 70 21o
-49 81 40
+35 496 19
-40 1.9m 21
-69 56 12
-5 3.3m 20
-40 333 17
-26 632 25
-52 179 28
-40 912 10
-5 669 21
-33 720 33
-10 128 18
+7 85 13
-54 166 25
-48 32 21k
-1 104 21
-46 597 11
-42 65 24o
+28 476 14
+9 681 21
-49 253 25
+44 278 14
+63 3.1m 28
-32 265 15
-44 103 18k
+5 276 16
+40 298 17k
-44 2.2m 22
-32 2.3m 18

Daily
-1.0% Change
+21.86%Since
Jan. 1

SECTOR LEADER | NYSE

97 99 77 A B 66.2 MichKors KORS.62.61 -0.04 -26 2.7m 31


KEY DATA: EPS 3 Q Avg 121%, LQ 138%, Next Q 44%, Sales 3Q Avg 67%,

LQ 57%, Next Yr EPS 30%, Pretax 21%, ROE 53%, EPS due 08/14

7IPO within last 15 years and EPS & RS 80 or higher

91 94 82 B B+ 75.57Carters .9 CRI.73.80 -0.85 -62 243 24


93 80 86 D A+NH 7SkechersA SKX.26.54 -0.20 +15 739 56
71 81 43 A C 63.2
55 74 60 C D- 66.7
80 75 53 A C+ 18.6
62 39 75 B B 60.3
71 48 96 .. A- 24.5

Coach
2.3 r COH 58.25 -0.93
Columbia 1.4 COLM 62.80 -0.24
Crocs
CROX 16.69 -0.02
Deckers
r DECK 57.71 +0.31
FifthPacific FNP 23.30 -0.60

-5 3.0m 15
-15 58 19
+40 1.5m 10
+63 1.1m 16
+9 1.3m ..

5 5 5 5 5 52-wk

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Vol% Vol P
High Stock % Yield Symbol Price Chg Chg 1000 E

Accumulation/Distribution (3 mos)
Sales+Profit Margins+ROE
Relative Price Strength Rating
Earnings Per Share Growth Rating

IBD Composite Rating

STOCK SPOTLIGHT

INVESTOR'S BUSINESS DAILY

WEDNESDAY, JULY 17, 2013

B9

Nasdaq stocks in Spotlight YTD up 31.1%, NYSE stocks in Spotlight YTD up 24.1%, S&P 500 YTD up 18.0%
CHUY'S HOLDINGS INC* (CHUY)
Group 13
o$39.24
99 Comp. Rating 99 EPS RS 95 ROE 12% 15.8M Shares
OPERATES 32 CHUY'S MEXICAN AND TEX MEX INSPIRED FULLSERVICE RESTAURANTS IN TX, AL, FL, GA, IN, KY, OK AND TN.
+23% Ann. EPS Gro PE 89 Avg. Daily Vol 240,200 Debt 6%
Last Qtr Eps +700%5 Prior Qtr +150%5 Last Qtr Sales +25%
4 Qtrs EPS ) 15%
Eps Due 8/29

RUTHS HOSPITALITY GROUP* (RUTH)


Group 13
o$13.57
97 Comp. Rating 85 EPS RS 96 ROE 22% 33.7M Shares
FRANCHISES AND OPERATES 159 UPSCALE STEAKHOUSE RESTAURANTS IN THE U.S. AND NINE OTHER COUNTRIES.
+16% Ann. EPS Gro PE 22 Avg. Daily Vol 275,900 Debt 55%
Last Qtr Eps +67%6 Prior Qtr +100% Last Qtr Sales +7%
5 Qtrs EPS ) 15%
Eps Due 7/27

Acc/Dis CSup/Demand 81

BLACKBAUD INC* (BLKB)


Group 36
o$34.70
96 Comp. Rating 80 EPS RS 83 ROE 29% 44.3M Shares
PROVIDES FUNDRAISING, FINANCE MGMT AND ADMINISTRATION
SOFTWARE APPLICATIONS FOR NON-PROFIT ORGANIZATIONS.
+1% Ann. EPS Gro PE 34 Avg. Daily Vol 172,000 Debt 139%
Last Qtr Eps +53%5 Prior Qtr 0%5 Last Qtr Sales +22%
1 Qtrs EPS ) 15%
Eps Due 8/7

Acc/Dis A
Sup/Demand 62

FIRST N B C BANK HLDG* (NBCB)


Group 30
$26.66
97 Comp. Rating 99 EPS RS 57 ROE 12% 13.8M Shares
HOLDING COMPANY FOR FIRST NBC BANK SERVING THE NEW
ORLEANS METRO AREA AND THE MISSISSIPPI GULF COAST
+87% Ann. EPS Gro PE 16 Avg. Daily Vol 215,600 Debt 30%
Last Qtr Eps +52% Prior Qtr +52% Last Qtr Sales +41%
16 Qtrs EPS ) 15%

Acc/Dis B
Sup/Demand 77

Acc/Dis B
Sup/Demand 35

Slides below 41.05 entry in 3-weeks-tight. Thinly traded.

Breaks out of ascending base with buy point at 12.84.

Extended 10% past 31.41 entry in flat base-on-base; thin.

Up 4% from 25.58 buy point of IPO base.

ULTIMATE SOFTWARE GROUP* (ULTI)


Group 36
o$129.61
99 Comp. Rating 97 EPS RS 85 ROE 29% 26.0M Shares
DESIGNS WEB-BASED PAYROLL AND WORKFORCE MANAGEMENT
SOFTWARE FOR ORGANIZATIONS IN THE U.S. AND CANADA.
+51% Ann. EPS Gro PE 108 Avg. Daily Vol 150,800 Debt 0%
Last Qtr Eps +146%5 Prior Qtr +58%6 Last Qtr Sales +25%
8 Qtrs EPS ) 15%
Eps Due 7/31
R&D 18%

CREE INC* (CREE)


Group 27
o$68.75
98 Comp. Rating 93 EPS RS 98 ROE 5% 108.5M Shares
MANUFACTURES LED ICS, POWER SWITCHES, RF DEVICES AND
SILICON CARBIDE/GALLIUM NITRIDE BASED MATERIALS
-20% Ann. EPS Gro PE 58 Avg. D. Vol 1,952,900 Debt 0%
Last Qtr Eps +70%5 Prior Qtr +28%5 Last Qtr Sales +23%
2 Qtrs EPS ) 15%
Eps Due 8/7
R&D 12%

INTER PARFUMS INC* (IPAR)


Group 18
o$33.34
99 Comp. Rating 96 EPS RS 94 ROE 12% 16.3M Shares
MARKETS LICENSED FRAGRANCES, COSMETICS AND SKIN CARE
PRODUCTS UNDER VARIOUS BRAND NAMES.
+23% Ann. EPS Gro PE 19 Avg. Daily Vol 176,500 Debt 0%
Last Qtr Eps +102%5 Prior Qtr +62%5 Last Qtr Sales +29%
2 Qtrs EPS ) 15%
Eps Due 8/8

PAREXEL INTL CORP* (PRXL)


Group 32
o$49.65
95 Comp. Rating 92 EPS RS 91 ROE 11% 54.0M Shares
PROVIDES CLINICAL RESEARCH, MEDICAL COMMUNICATIONS,
CONSULTING AND ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY PRODUCTS/SERVICES
+9% Ann. EPS Gro PE 32 Avg. Daily Vol 561,400 Debt 35%
Last Qtr Eps +52%6 Prior Qtr +78%5 Last Qtr Sales +27%
5 Qtrs EPS ) 15%
Eps Due 8/8

Acc/Dis ASup/Demand 49

Acc/Dis BSup/Demand 83

Acc/Dis ASup/Demand 51

Acc/Dis C+
Sup/Demand 71

Thin stock extended from test of 10-week line.

7% past 64.42 3-weeks-tight entry after second try.

Rebound from 10-week line grabs new high in big trade.

Extend after several tests of 10-week line.

MICHAEL KORS HLDGS LTD (KORS)


Group 67
o$62.61
97 Comp. Rating 99 EPS RS 77 ROE 53% 182.2M Shares
MARKETS LUXURY APPAREL, ACCESSORIES AND FOOTWEAR
UNDER MICHAEL KORS AND MICHAEL MICHAEL KORS NAMES
+111% Ann. EPS Gro PE 32 Avg. D. Vol 3,688,600 Debt 0%
Last Qtr Eps +138%5 Prior Qtr +129%5 Last Qtr Sales +57%
8 Qtrs EPS ) 15%

P V H CORP (PVH)
Group 67
o$128.04
97 Comp. Rating 96 EPS RS 81 ROE 16% 78.6M Shares
MARKETS MEN'S, WOMEN'S AND CHILDREN'S DRESS SHIRTS,
SPORTSWEAR, FOOTWEAR AND ACCESSORIES.
+29% Ann. EPS Gro PE 18 Avg. Daily Vol 773,400 Debt 68%
Last Qtr Eps +44%5 Prior Qtr +34%5 Last Qtr Sales +34%
4 Qtrs EPS ) 15%
Eps Due 8/27

DOMINOS PIZZA INC (DPZ)


Group 13
o$63.16
90 Comp. Rating 96 EPS RS 92 ROE 0% 52.3M Shares
FRANCHISES/OPERATES 10,255 PIZZA DELIVERY AND CARRY OUT
RESTAURANTS IN THE U.S. AND OVER 70 OTHER COUNTRIES.
+23% Ann. EPS Gro PE 30 Avg. Daily Vol 969,900 Debt n/a
Last Qtr Eps +26%5 Prior Qtr +23% Last Qtr Sales +9%
4 Qtrs EPS ) 15%
Eps Due 7/24

INVENSENSE INC (INVN)


Group 98
o$15.97
99 Comp. Rating 98 EPS RS 91 ROE 23% 40.0M Shares
MAKES MOTION PROCESSING ICS AND RELATED SOFTWARE FOR
VIDEO GAMES AND OTHER CONSUMER ELECTRONICS DEVICES.
+113% Ann. EPS Gro PE 29 Avg. D. Vol 2,293,200 Debt 0%
Last Qtr Eps +100%5 Prior Qtr +31%5 Last Qtr Sales +67%
2 Qtrs EPS ) 15%

Acc/Dis B
Sup/Demand 85

Acc/Dis B+
Sup/Demand 70

Acc/Dis C+
Sup/Demand 84

Acc/Dis A
Sup/Demand 90

Adds handle to new cup base with 66.28 buy point.

Extended 6% above 120.68 entry from irregular base.

Extended after multiple pullbacks to 10-week moving average.

14% past 14.05 buy point from deep cup-with-handle.

EVERCORE PARTNERS INC (EVR)


Group 52
o$42.87
98 Comp. Rating 99 EPS RS 89 ROE 19% 31.0M Shares
ADVISES MULTINATIONAL CORPORATIONS ON MERGERS, ACQUISITIONS, DIVESTITURES AND RESTRUCTURINGS.
+146% Ann. EPS Gro PE 21 Avg. Daily Vol 523,500 Debt 24%
Last Qtr Eps +270%5 Prior Qtr +153%5 Last Qtr Sales +45%
2 Qtrs EPS ) 15%
Eps Due 7/26

LINKEDIN CORP CLASS A (LNKD)


Group 14
o$193.65
99 Comp. Rating 99 EPS RS 92 ROE 13% 90.7M Shares
SOCIAL NETWORKING PLATFORM ENABLES MEMBERS TO SHARE
THEIR PROFESSIONAL IDENTITY ONLINE VIA LINKEDIN.COM.
+114% Ann. EPS Gro PE 164 Avg. D. Vol 1,909,200 Debt 0%
Last Qtr Eps +200%5 Prior Qtr +192%6 Last Qtr Sales +72%
6 Qtrs EPS ) 15%
Eps Due 8/2
R&D 26%

SOUFUN HLDGS LTD ADS A (SFUN)


Group 14
o$32.93
99 Comp. Rating 99 EPS RS 96 ROE 125% 33.3M Shares
CHINESE PROVIDER OF REAL ESTATE MARKETING, LISTINGS AND
INFORMATION DATABASES THROUGH ITS INTERNET PORTAL.
+60% Ann. EPS Gro PE 14 Avg. Daily Vol 279,500 Debt 43%
Last Qtr Eps +135%5 Prior Qtr +61%5 Last Qtr Sales +56%
5 Qtrs EPS ) 15%
Eps Due 8/16

ENVESTNET INC (ENV)


Group 34
$26.71
98 Comp. Rating 79 EPS RS 97 ROE 9% 18.5M Shares
PROVIDES WEB-BASED INVESTMENT SOLUTIONS AND SERVICES
TO FINANCIAL ADVISORS.
+58% Ann. EPS Gro PE 70 Avg. Daily Vol 209,000 Debt 0%
Last Qtr Eps +71%5 Prior Qtr -9%5 Last Qtr Sales +43%
1 Qtrs EPS ) 15%
Eps Due 8/8

Acc/Dis B
Sup/Demand 83

Clears sloppy handle; working on right side of base.

Acc/Dis BSup/Demand 84

Retakes 10-week line as it works on base with 203.01 entry.

Acc/Dis D+
Sup/Demand 32

Blasts through 27.90 handle buy point in sloppy base.

Acc/Dis ASup/Demand 56

Extended from rebound off 10-week moving average.

Spotlight looks for stocks with strong earnings, sales and other fundamentals and in bases or breaking out. Nasdaq stocks show * after name. Performance data up to prior day.

Stock Spotlight Analysis


BY SCOTT STODDARD
INVESTOR'S BUSINESS DAILY

Restaurant stocks are ranked high in IBDs list of industry


groups, paced by Ruths Hospitality GroupRUTH and Chuys
HoldingsCHUY.
Ruths, which operates high-end steak and seafood restaurants under names such as Ruths Chris Steak House and Columbus Fish Market, is 6% above a 12.84 buy point in a rare ascending base. That puts it just out of buying range. Ruths
cleared the entry July 9 in heavy volume and is now at a
IBD Composite Rating
Earnings Per Share Growth Rating
Relative Price Strength Rating
Sales+Profit Margins+ROE
Accumulation/Distribution (3 mos)
52-wk

6 6 6 6 6 High
96 98 90 B B+ 52.3
87 92 73 B B 43.3
89 93 89 B C+ 54.2
94 87 91 B B 32.8
66 51 80 D B+ 17.0
38 67 31 C B+ 26.4
89 89 65 A B 66.1
74 54 78 B B- 67.9
97 96 81 B B+ 133
56 75 54 D B 22.2
85 77 81 C B+ 17.7
79 96 54 B B- 192
56 79 58 E C 16.4
92 92 71 A B 52.3
73 34 74 B A 32.0
71 77 57 B C 65.6
49 25 93 E B+ 23.3
90 93 76 A B 200
48 69 36 B C 31.0
93 76 82 A B+ 60.4

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Dividend Stock Close


Vol% Vol P
Stock % Yield Symbol Price Chg Chg 1000 E

GIIIApparel
GIII 48.76 -0.09
Gildan
.8 GIL 42.46 -0.35
Hanesbr 1.5 HBI 52.75 -0.56
Iconix
r ICON.31.06 -1.41
JonesGrp 1.3 JNY 15.79 -0.21
Maidenform MFB 18.69 -0.21
NikeB 1.3 r NKE 62.70 -0.65
OxfordI 1.1 OXM 66.46 -0.86
PVH
.1 PVH 128.0 -2.57
PerryEl
.0 PERY 20.73 +0.05
RGBarry 2.1 DFZ 17.47 +0.01
RalphLau .9 r RL 180.2 -1.59
Rocky
2.7 RCKY 15.08 -0.07
SteveMadn SHOO.50.24 +0.19
TrueReli 2.5 TRLG 31.81 -0.07
UnderArm .0 UA.59.82 -1.04
Unifi
r UFI 22.38 -0.11
VFCorp
1.8 VFC 198.2 -1.34
VeraBradley VRA 23.26 -0.07
Wolveri .8 WWW 57.99 -1.15

-54 102 16o


-43 151 17
-37 435 15
+34 871 17
+21 1.1m 14
-51 62 16
-10 3.4m 23o
-34 65 28o
+7 824 18o
+59 114 15o
-56 17 14
-30 445 21
-49 15 11k
-26 245 17
-75 165 19
-9 1.1m 52
-70 25 39k
0 494 19
-59 230 14o
+10 444 23o

Daily
-1.0% Change
+23.07%Since
Jan. 1

7IPO within last 15 years and EPS & RS 80 or higher

98 92 86 A B+ 38.67AFCEnterp AFCE 37.99 -0.27 +31 263 29o


91 94 88 B C+ 45.17AsburyAuto r ABG 44.17 +0.02 -21 165 15
95 85 98 C A NH 7Big5Spt 1.7 BGFV.23.50 -0.64 +13 354 21
94 96 85 B D 72.57Cabelas
CAB.68.20 -0.84 -36 447 22
99 99 95 B C- 44.17Chuy'sHgs CHUY.39.24 -2.22 +83 441 89o
90 96 92 .. C+ NH 7Dominos 1.3 r DPZ 63.16 -0.45 -46 519 29
93 80 83 B B 21.37IgniteRest IRG 19.88 -0.14 -16 62 38k
99 99 98 B A 20.67KrispyKrm KKD 19.70 -0.49 +32 1.9m 35o
97 97 95 A D 90.97LmbrLiqdtr r LL.85.27 -1.03 -2 700 43
99 96 96 B B 39.57NatGrcrsVit NGVC 34.81 -1.89 +24 174 91
99 80 99 B A 30.87Overstk
OSTK 28.22 -1.85 +11 446 34
93 89 89 A B 42.57rue21
r RUE 41.65 -0.20 -78 117 22o
99 98 94 A A 43.07Stamps
STMP 38.01 -4.73+169 358 19
97 91 84 B B- 26.07TxRoadh 1.9 TXRH 24.80 -0.27 +43 761 22
95 80 99 D C 38.57VipshpHldgs VIPS 33.08 +0.57 -4 636 99
66 85 33 B D+ 32.5
59 62 72 C C- 55.2
58 72 52 B C- 88.7
76 80 80 D B- 14.2
44 6 72 D B- NH
26 52 22 B E 23.0
69 85 40 B A- 50.6
54 50 52 B B+ 39.8
78 67 78 C B 52.5
32 60 16 C D 16.0
40 51 33 B C+ 22.2
65 94 40 B B- 48.9
60 93 64 .. C- 441

Aarons
.2 AAN 28.82 -0.21 -38 272 13
AbercrmF 1.6 r ANF 50.23 -1.17 +3 2.0m 15o
AdvAuto .3 AAP 82.38 -1.00 -26 445 16
Agilysys
AGYS 11.88 +0.26 -36 42 37
Amazon
AMZN 306.9 +0.30 -3 2.7m 99
AmerEag 2.7 r AEO 18.80 -0.37 -13 2.4m 13o
AmCarMrt CRMT 44.90 -0.83+100 53 13o
Ann
ANN 33.70 -0.19 -12 974 17o
AppldInd 1.8 AIT 51.50 -0.51 -19 124 18
ArcosDo 2.0 ARCO 11.78 -0.11 +57 1.2m 29
AscenaR .0 ASNA 18.52 -0.04 -50 660 15o
Autonation r AN 45.69 -0.70 -43 449 17
Autozone r AZO.433.7 -4.29 -21 187 16o

52-week high.
Chuys, on the other hand, has retreated below a secondary
41.05 buy point in a three-weeks-tight pattern. It cleared the
entry on July 5, but volume was weak. The casual Tex-Mex
restaurant stock has fallen for three-straight sessions in rising turnover.
The three-weeks-tight pattern allows current shareholders the chance to buy more shares, though aggressive investors can use it to open a position. Investors who bought when
Chuys cleared a 35.08 buy point in a seven-week consolidation are still sitting on a comfortable gain. Chuys tripled
since going public in late July last year.
Both stocks rank near the top of the 53-member Retail-Restaurants industry group, which on Tuesday was ranked 17th

IBD Composite Rating


Earnings Per Share Growth Rating
Relative Price Strength Rating
Sales+Profit Margins+ROE
Accumulation/Distribution (3 mos)
52-wk

6 6 6 6 6 High
75 65 52 C B 45.6
18 7 56 E B- 23.7
72 60 79 C B- 42.4
98 87 74 A B 77.0
65 21 93 D B 30.4
51 76 44 C B+ 42.3
86 47 93 B B 26.7
83 83 73 B B 43.5
69 44 76 D A- 51.5
51 51 96 E B- 22.7
90 87 65 B B- 19.1
80 86 62 B D- 41.9
84 86 92 D A- 24.8
81 72 80 A B- 57.2
92 83 66 B B 106
79 75 68 C C 21.7
82 92 85 B D 49.2
80 68 79 C C NH
96 91 90 B B+ NH
88 58 88 B A- NH
33 53 9 D B- 19.8
95 88 78 B A- NH
53 87 27 A D+ 20.0
49 64 56 C C+ 62.2
96 94 61 A B- 404
48 87 27 D D- 57.3
98 73 98 B B- 59.3
52 57 48 A D- 38.3
82 66 83 D A- 65.9
73 90 67 C B- 116
65 86 63 C C+ 61.3
91 88 74 B A- 79.6
40 43 33 B D- 57.9
93 52 89 B A- 23.2
84 95 89 C B- 30.3
67 87 43 B C+ 54.3
59 98 55 C D 94.9
65 58 69 C C- 78.4
69 90 46 B C+ 55.8
89 96 67 A B 55.0
96 94 76 A C+ 45.0
89 85 60 A D- 58.0
69 28 79 C B+ NH
87 62 93 D A 67.6
64 70 60 D D 33.4
84 67 88 B A- 23.3
65 79 46 A B- 72.5
32 36 72 E D- 16.9
57 79 33 A D 53.4
96 97 97 B A- 38.8
65 64 62 C B 24.9
36 39 70 .. B- 43.0
74 91 46 B B- 37.7
90 94 74 A C+ 115

Dividend Stock Close


Vol% Vol P
Stock % Yield Symbol Price Chg Chg 1000 E

BJSRestrnt BJRI 39.54 -0.14 +56 353 35


BarnesNoble BKS 17.22 -0.09 -52 919 ..o
BeacnRoof BECN 40.27 -0.09 -39 254 25
BedBthByd r BBBY 75.68 -0.91 -21 1.6m 16o
BestBuy 2.3 BBY 29.14 -0.46 -50 3.1m 13o
BigLots
BIG 36.01 ... +25 1.2m 12o
BloominBrds BLMN 25.17 +0.20 +74 1.8m 26o
BlueNile
NILE 38.97 -0.61 -34 115 54
BobEvns 2.2 BOBE 50.56 +0.17 +26 191 21
BonTon 1.0 BONT 20.09 -0.28 -39 141 ..o
BravoBrio BBRG 17.78 -0.23 -32 69 19
Brinker 2.0 r EAT 40.40 -0.55 +36 1.4m 18
BrownSh 1.2 BWS 23.64 -1.00 -1 354 19o
Buckle
1.5 BKE 54.76 -0.48 -44 147 15o
BffWldWg BWLD 100.5 -4.55+146 790 33
BurgerK 1.2 r BKW 20.09 -0.06 -21 702 26
CarMax
r KMX 47.63 -0.10 -37 952 23o
CaseysG 1.1 CASY 67.99 +2.27 +35 354 23o
Cracker 2.9 CBRL 102.0 -0.15 -4 152 20o
CECEntr 2.1 CEC 45.12 +0.09 -32 60 17
Cencosud .5 CNCO 14.42 -0.02 -88 18 22
Cheesca 1.1 CAKE 44.09 +0.03 +16 573 22
ChicosF 1.3 r CHS 16.86 -0.05 -35 1.7m 15o
ChldrnsPlce r PLCE 55.70 -1.36 -11 287 18o
Chipotle
r CMG 379.1 -5.06 +45 560 41
Companh .1 CBD 46.19 -0.08 +15 583 21
Conns
CONN 58.48 +0.13 -5 495 30o
Copart
.0 CPRT 31.85 -0.65 -45 551 22o
CoreMrk 1.2 r CORE 65.25 +0.27 -25 46 20
Costco 1.1 COST 116.5 +0.64 -25 1.3m 25o
CVSCare 1.5 r CVS 60.89 +0.24 -30 3.4m 17
DSW
1.3 DSW 78.17 -0.30 -25 309 23o
DardenR 4.4 DRI 50.34 -0.81 -24 1.0m 15o
DelFrisco's DFRG 21.28 -1.31+216 378 25
DestMtr 2.6 DEST 29.38 -0.04 -25 54 16
DicksSp 1.0 DKS 50.59 -0.38 -12 1.1m 19
Dillards .2 r DDS 82.29 -1.28 -2 433 11
Dineequ 4.2 r DIN 71.25 -0.65 -67 42 17
DollarGnn r DG 53.90 -0.06 -59 1.5m 17o
DollarT
.0 DLTR 53.17 -0.34 +8 1.9m 20o
Dunkin 1.7 r DNKN.43.59 -0.43 +41 1.3m 32
eBay
EBAY.56.81 +0.36 -5 9.0m 23
Einstein 3.0 BAGL 16.74 +0.45 +57 69 17k
EstDelh 2.0 DEG 66.39 +0.47 -32 29 19
EthanAl 1.2 ETH 30.20 -0.48 +39 337 24
Express
EXPR 22.34 -0.45 -32 798 14o
FamilyD 1.5 r FDO 68.08 -0.35 +6 1.6m 18o
FarmerBrs FARM 13.85 -0.12 +22 41 ..
Fastenal 2.1 FAST 47.08 +0.10 -37 1.2m 31o
FiestaRest FRGI 34.34 -0.10 -39 142 52
FinishL 1.3 r FINL 22.40 -0.30 -34 410 15o
FiveBelow FIVE.39.22 -0.14 -43 329 76o
FootLoc 2.2 r FL 36.41 -0.70 -21 2.0m 14o
Fossil
r FOSL 108.2 +0.16 -5 677 19

out of the 197 industries that IBD tracks. Chuys sports bestpossible 99 Composite and Earnings Per Share ratings.
Ruths ratings in those categories are 97 and 86, respectively.
Restaurant stocks are faring well amid continued economic growth and a slowly rebounding labor market. The National Restaurant Associations latest Restaurant Performance
Index rose to a 14-month high in May. The expectations
gauge hit a 12-month high, signaling an optimistic outlook.
Chuys has posted triple-digit profit growth in three of the
past four quarters. Q2 profit is seen rising 91% to 21 cents a
share. Ruths profit growth has also been strong. Sales grew
6%, 15% and 7% in recent quarters.
On the downside, both stocks trade fewer than 400,000
shares daily, which tends to make them more risky.

IBD Composite Rating


Earnings Per Share Growth Rating
Relative Price Strength Rating
Sales+Profit Margins+ROE
Accumulation/Distribution (3 mos)
52-wk

6 6 6 6 6 High
80 99 32 A B 37.1
91 89 61 A B- 65.7
80 96 66 A C 48.1
91 66 97 D A NH
93 95 82 A A+45.4
81 83 67 B B+ 75.8
75 73 76 B C+ 85.4
96 99 99 A C 83.0
81 85 64 B B 69.5
40 29 72 C C+ 33.0
74 91 59 B D 60.9
81 55 78 D A NH
96 97 95 D B NH
64 29 96 D B 17.7
62 89 31 A C 63.4
89 91 79 A C 81.6
91 67 95 D A- 28.8
50 56 69 C D- NH
36 42 56 D B- 21.4
83 68 84 D B+ 41.4
4 7 23 E B- 32.6
84 83 79 C A- 25.0
85 44 96 C A NH
49 65 54 C B 55.3
96 88 88 B A- 38.2
80 92 52 B B- 53.3
93 92 78 A C 26.8
95 95 88 C B- 22.3
53 38 77 D B- 24.7
61 22 91 .. B 90.3
45 81 7 A D 57.4
91 98 95 A D- 60.3
62 59 83 D C- 44.4
64 92 25 A C- 82.5
71 66 75 B A- 55.7
84 92 77 B B- 50.8
30 8 74 D C- 14.2
99 70 91 A A- 46.9
66 71 40 A D 103
77 66 74 C B+ 40.0
99 97 74 A C- 128
80 57 86 B B+ 51.1
74 69 74 C A- 39.1
55 59 44 A C+ 87.9
47 20 75 D B+ NH
75 80 56 A B+ 63.3
90 96 79 A B- 118
24 14 94 E D- 13.2
91 95 56 A D+ 194
17 29 24 E D+ 16.4
95 82 75 A B+ 69.8
76 78 81 D B 17.7
76 88 60 B B 34.3
39 39 65 E B+ 12.7

Dividend Stock Close


Vol% Vol P
Stock % Yield Symbol Price Chg Chg 1000 E

Francseca FRAN 29.01 -0.32 -64 462 26o


FreshMrkt
TFM 54.26 +0.25 -34 392 38o
GNCHgs 1.3 r GNC.47.34 +0.32 -21 1.0m 19
Gamestop 2.5 GME 43.84 +0.36 -10 3.5m 13o
Gap
1.3 r GPS 44.67 -0.20 -43 2.1m 17o
Genesco
r GCO 71.47 -1.03 -35 109 14o
Genuine 2.6 GPC 84.19 -0.33 -27 588 20
GrnMtnCof r GMCR 72.01 -1.18 +8 5.0m 25
Grp1Auto .9 GPI 68.14 -0.42 +78 399 14
Guess
2.5 GES 31.83 -0.60 -31 588 15o
HSN
1.2 HSNI 57.71 -0.24 -49 86 20k
HarrisTe 1.2 HTSI 49.75 +0.42+124 1.2m 24
HavertyF .6 HVT 26.81 +0.25 +38 143 31
Hhgregg
HGG 15.31 -0.05 -67 114 19
HibbettSpt HIBB 55.67 -0.22 -47 154 20o
HomDep 1.9 r HD.80.22 -0.18 -35 5.0m 24
InglesM 2.3 r IMKTA 28.09 +1.01 +27 62 14
IngramMicro
IM 20.18 +0.07 -8 626 10
InsightEnt NSIT 20.19 ... -30 129 10
JackInBox JACK 40.75 -0.25 -37 239 25
JCPenney 4.7 JCP 17.13 -0.49 -7 8.5m ..
KARAuct 3.1 KAR 24.70 -0.20 -25 594 23
Kirklands
KIRK 19.29 +0.04 +32 208 24o
Kohls
2.6 KSS 52.94 -0.56 +10 2.8m 12
Kroger 1.6 r KR.38.13 +0.37 +10 4.4m 13o
LBrands 2.3 r LTD 51.81 -0.26 -52 1.4m 17o
LKQ
.0 LKQ 25.62 -0.28 +39 1.7m 28
LaZBoy
.7 LZB 21.57 -0.37 -16 322 26o
LibrtyInter LINTA 24.49 +0.09 -43 1.1m 31
LibInterVtA LVNTA 88.00 +1.44 -8 130 2k
Liquidity
LQDT 29.83 -2.55+454 2.2m 16
LithiaMo .9 r LAD 58.23 -1.00 -52 136 17
Lowes 1.6 r LOW 43.79 +0.04 -49 4.1m 24o
Lululemon LULU 64.20 -1.94 -15 3.1m 35o
Luxotti
1.2 LUX 51.61 -0.54 -48 36 32
Macys 2.0 r M 49.75 -0.47 +52 5.5m 13
MarineMax HZO 12.25 +0.05 -8 112 ..k
MttrssFrm MFRM 44.30 -0.49 -26 193 28o
McDonal 3.1 MCD 100.9 +0.13 -15 4.4m 18
MensWea1.9 MW 38.91 -0.89 -39 369 14o
Mercado .5 MELI.105.7 -2.82 +8 640 44
MonroMu .9 MNRO 49.42 -0.76 -52 148 36
Movado .5 r MOV 37.01 -0.33 -51 76 21o
MSCIndu 1.5 MSM 78.51 -0.68 -11 316 19o
NashFin 2.9 NAFC 25.21 +0.25 -24 27 9
Nordstr 1.9 r JWN 62.02 -0.07 -4 1.3m 17
OReillyAut r ORLY.116.2 -0.02 -3 586 23
OfficeM .7 OMX 11.18 -0.23 -18 1.2m 16
Panera
r PNRA.188.5 -0.94 -58 147 30
Pantry
PTRY 12.59 +0.09 -6 132 50
PapaJohns PZZA.69.14 -0.47 -40 78 25
PCConne .0 PCCC 16.69 -0.19 -9 36 13k
Penske 1.8 PAG 33.32 -0.27 +43 465 14
PepBoys 1.0 r PBY 12.07 -0.24 -54 158 43o

IBD Composite Rating


Earnings Per Share Growth Rating
Relative Price Strength Rating
Sales+Profit Margins+ROE
Accumulation/Distribution (3 mos)
52-wk

6 6 6 6 6 High
73 69 61 C B- 14.5
70 94 44 A B NH
92 94 63 A C- 25.3
81 78 74 B B- 55.3
60 93 52 B D- 93.8
93 58 95 C A 61.3
76 62 64 C B NH
99 71 98 A B 77.4
7 27 20 B D- 23.6
82 95 40 A B+ 70.8
51 43 82 C B 28.2
52 43 86 C C+ 24.0
82 79 79 C C+ 28.4
66 80 86 D C+ 16.2
44 88 61 .. C- 31.9
3 22 13 E D+ 68.8
26 51 72 D E 57.4
91 78 74 A B 34.4
69 64 74 C B 26.2
87 46 94 C B+ 58.4
98 64 98 A A+61.0
83 91 77 B C+ 72.5
55 69 64 B D+ 25.5
89 66 88 B B NH
43 36 72 C B+ 41.4
74 58 82 D B 22.0
36 54 41 C B- 29.6
61 51 84 D A- 16.7
97 92 80 A B- 69.9
84 96 71 C D- 57.0
60 60 54 B B NH
89 94 60 A A- NH
46 64 55 C B- 72.9
53 89 48 D B- 54.6
70 60 74 A B 81.3
46 25 96 E D- 30.9
42 31 61 B C+ 19.6
89 78 51 A A- 59.3
27 60 15 B C 32.0
89 94 80 A C- 124
77 35 97 E A- 12.5
82 98 49 A B 103
79 77 54 C A- 61.3
75 90 75 C B- 39.3
80 91 56 A C+ 45.0
49 90 17 B B+ 65.9
42 77 38 C C 80.0
63 70 76 D B 51.3
81 79 68 D B+ 49.5
19 10 42 D B- 13.2
97 94 75 B B 56.7
93 90 80 A D- 60.3
83 89 72 A D+ 269
57 58 44 B D 74.8

Dividend Stock Close


Vol% Vol P
Stock % Yield Symbol Price Chg Chg 1000 E

PetMedE 4.5 PETS 13.39 -0.49


Ptsmrt
.9 PETM 72.09 -0.42
Pier1Im
.8 PIR.23.71 -0.34
Pool
1.4 r POOL 53.63 -0.90
Pricesm .7 PSMT 87.73 -0.79
RedRobin r RRGB 60.02 -0.43
RentACn 2.1 r RCII 40.38 -0.01
RestoratnHrd RH 69.30 -0.55
Ritchie 2.6 RBA 18.94 -0.01
RosSto 1.0 r ROST.66.22 -0.46
RushEnt RUSHA 25.89 -0.23
RushEntB RUSHB 22.90 -0.09
Safeway 3.2 SWY 24.82 -0.13
SaksInc
SKS 14.55 -0.09
SallyBeauty r SBH 30.97 -0.16
Sears
SHLD 44.16 +0.11
SearsHm&Ot SHOS 42.72 +0.22
SelctCmft
SCSS 27.01 -0.32
ShoeCar .9 r SCVL 25.85 +0.19
Shutterfly r SFLY 56.28 -1.74
Shuttershck SSTK 58.48 -1.32
SignetJ
.9 r SIG 70.27 -1.45
SonicAu .4 SAH 22.82 -0.28
Sonic
r SONC 15.56 -0.08
Sothebys 1.0 BID 40.57 -0.51
Spartan 1.7 SPTN 21.27 -0.05
StageSt 2.0 SSI 24.49 -0.17
Staples 2.9 SPLS 16.51 -0.13
Starbuc 1.2 r SBUX 69.52 -0.14
Susser
SUSS 50.22 +2.10
Sysco
3.1 SYY 35.57 -0.11
TJXCos 1.1 r TJX 52.26 +0.07
Target
2.4 TGT 72.07 -0.28
TechData
TECD 48.89 -0.36
Tiffany
1.7 TIF 78.28 -1.50
TileShop
TTS 28.43 +0.08
Tillys
TLYS 16.69 -0.17
TimHort 1.8 r THI 56.90 ...
TitanMach TITN 20.78 +0.12
Tractor
.9 TSCO 120.7 -1.89
TravelCt
TA 11.80 -0.15
UltaSal .0 r ULTA 98.94 -0.52
UnitdNatFds UNFI 58.70 +0.12
UntdSta 1.4 r USTR 38.79 -0.02
UrbanOutfit URBN.42.63 -0.46
VitaminShop VSI.48.87 -0.30
WalMart 2.4 r WMT 77.37 +0.34
Walgreen 2.6 WAG 49.26 -0.01
WeisMrk 2.5 WMK 48.92 -0.11
WstMarin r WMAR 11.93 -0.15
WholeFo .7 r WFM.56.38 -0.29
WillSon 2.1 r WSM 58.82 -0.64
Grainger 1.4 GWW 262.7 -2.12
YumBran 1.9 r YUM 71.57 -0.19

+24 281 15
-14 1.1m 19o
-43 821 19o
+9 251 29
-17 104 32o
-60 64 29
+1 452 13
-3 654 55o
-56 318 25
-19 1.1m 18o
+21 146 17
-45 5 15k
-39 3.4m 11
-56 1.2m 33
-36 674 21
-38 591 ..o
-58 85 18o
-4 1.1m 19
+19 69 18
-23 526 99
-27 85 92k
-4 571 15o
+10 317 13
-17 513 23o
-40 775 26
-52 29 14
-18 506 21o
-52 4.0m 12o
-30 3.0m 35
+41 434 21
-26 2.2m 16
-19 2.8m 19
-52 2.2m 16o
+26 181 8
-15 1.0m 24o
+26 481 ..
-56 32 21o
-59 150 21
-63 174 12o
-3 432 31
-30 186 9
-32 650 35o
-37 188 28o
-19 129 13k
-53 826 25o
+13 555 22
-37 4.7m 15o
-40 3.9m 17o
-53 21 15k
+13 46 22k
-38 2.0m 40
-24 791 22o
-14 258 24
+1 3.0m 23o

B10

WEDNESDAY, JULY 17, 2013

INVESTORS.COM

Housing Rise Chinas SouFun Polaris Offers AMERICAN EXCHANGE


Bodes Well
Stages Breakout Growth, Rising AMEX Stocks On The Move
For Suppliers In Massive Trade Cash Payouts
Total Volume: 9,442,991

Change: "7.8%

Stocks $12 and higher with at least { point change and 20,000 shares
traded for the day. Stocks up with EPS & Relative Strength 80 or more
are boldfaced.

IBD INDUSTRY THEMES

SMART TABLE REVIEW

THE INCOME INVESTOR

EPS Rel Acc


Rnk Str Dis

BY ALAN R. ELLIOTT

BY VINCENT MAO

BY VINCENT MAO

INVESTOR'S BUSINESS DAILY

INVESTOR'S BUSINESS DAILY

INVESTOR'S BUSINESS DAILY

91 95 A+ 27.85 Chase

CCF

28.14 +0.34

22 +78

As the Federal Reserve ponders


when and how to begin unwinding
its $85 billion-a-month stimulus effort, many investors are nervous
about what an uptick in interest
rates might mean for the housing
market.
Builders themselves are confident, according to a jump in the
July Housing Market Index reported Tuesday by the National Association of Homebuilders. The index
hit its highest mark since 2006.
Despite the good news, the homebuilder stocks as a group slipped
slightly for the day.
So did the related Retail/Wholesale-Building Products group,
which ranked No. 77 Tuesday.
The group holds four stocks with
Composite Ratings of 84 or higher.
Three of those are in bases.
The top seed is flooring retailer
Lumber LiquidatorsLL. The Virginia-based chain sells primarily to
homeowners for remodeling-type
work.
The company has lodged powerful earnings and sales growth since
Q3 2011. Analysts forecast strong
EPS growth through the end of this
year.
The stock is in a second-stage,
double-bottom base with a buy
point at 89.34. Accumulation has
declined for five solid weeks.
Home DepotHD is eight weeks
into a shallow base, with an 81.66
buy point. The base is a third-stage
pattern. Analysts expect the home
improvement chain to report EPS
growth of 19%, with sales growth
slowing to about 6%, when it reports results August 20.
Maintenance supply wholesaler
W.W.GraingerGWW is in the 10th
week of a flat base, with a 269.27
buy point. The distributor reports
second-quarter results Wednesday morning. Analysts expect a
13% rise in earnings. Sales growth
is expected to accelerate to 6.5%.

Sector Leaders were mostly lower


Tuesday, but one issue managed to
stage a breakout.
SouFun HoldingsSFUN bucked
market weakness and rocketed to
an all-time high. The stock surged
5.33, or 19%, to 32.93. SouFun blew
past a 27.90 buy point of a handle
in an irregular base. Volume
swelled more than five times the average, leaving little doubt that a
breakout occurred.
The stocks latest base was a second-stage structure. Although the
base had somewhat sloppy action,
the stock found support at its
40-week moving average.
SouFun, a Chinese provider of
real estate information, has delivered accelerating earnings and
sales growth in recent quarters.
Proto LabsPRLB fell 1.46, or 2%, to
62.72 after giving up early gains.
Shares were off as much as 4% intraday. Volume jumped 39% above
average. After a solid breakout
June 18, the stock has pulled back
recently. Its now 5% past a 59.94
buy point from a flat base. Shares
on June 28 got as much as 12% past
the 59.94 entry.
SS&C TechnologiesSSNC fell 0.43
to 36.58 in slightly above-average
trade. The stock had faded badly
from an all-time high in Mondays
session. SS&C cleared a 34.54 buy
point from a flat base July 9. It
closed 6% past that entry point
Tuesday.
Web.com GroupWWWW lost 0.60,
or 2%, to 26.17 after reversing
lower. Volume picked up from the
pace in the prior two sessions to
end roughly average Tuesday.
The stock cleared a 22.94 buy
point from a three-weeks-tight pattern June 19. Although turnover
was weak that day, big volume
came in the next day.
On Tuesday, the stock closed
near its session lows for the sixth
time in the past seven sessions.

Polaris IndustriesPII delivers fun


for adrenaline junkies. For investors, the maker of off-road vehicles,
snowmobiles and motorcycles offers growth and income.
The Medina, Minn.-based firm
has posted top- and bottom-line
growth in four of the past five years.
Tough economic times in 2009 sent
profit down 8% and sales down
20%. But Polaris earnings and
sales have grown by double digits
each year since.
Polaris growth has come organically and through acquisitions. Recently, the company made two
deals. In April, Polaris bought
Aixam Mega a French maker of
small cars and light-duty commercial vehicles. The buyout expands
its portfolio of small vehicles and
positions it for international
growth. Last year, 28% of total sales
came from outside of the U.S.
In December, Polaris bought
Teton Outfitters, which makes
Klim motorcycle and snowmobile
riding gear.
Polaris bought the iconic Indian
Motorcycle in 2011 to compete
against Harley-DavidsonHOG.
In February, Polaris boosted its
quarterly dividend by 14% to 42
cents a share. The firm has raised
its shareholder dividend for 18
straight years.
On an annual basis, the company
pays $1.68 a share for a 1.6% yield.
Polaris has the second-highest
yield among the seven dividendpaying stocks in the Leisure-Products group. Only thinly traded EscaladeESCA, which makes pingpong
tables and pool tables, has a higher
dividend yield.
Polaris hit a new high Tuesday,
but reversed lower. Despite this,
the stock remains extended from a
93.99 buy point in a flat base. The
stock initially broke out May 21, but
retreated to its 10-week moving average after small gains.

.. 17 B
15 76 B

NGX
CQP

12.68 0.25
30.30 0.45

35 +197
347 +31

IBD Composite Rating


Earnings Per Share Growth Rating
Relative Price Strength Rating
Sales+Profit Margins+ROE
Accumulation/Distribution (3 mos)
52-wk

Dividend Stock Close

Vol% Vol P

6 6 6 6 6 High Stock % Yield Symbol Price Chg Chg 1000 E


70 73 55 B B+ 38.6 Zumiez

IBD Composite Rating


Earnings Per Share Growth Rating
Relative Price Strength Rating
Sales+Profit Margins+ROE
Accumulation/Distribution (3 mos)
52-wk

Dividend Stock Close

Vol% Vol P

6 6 6 6 6 High Stock % Yield Symbol Price Chg Chg 1000 E

r ZUMZ 30.25 -0.78 -55 139 19o 91 95 81 A D- 73.8 OpenText 1.7 OTEX 69.39 -0.81 -51 98 13
50 76 29 A C- 36.4 Oracle 1.5 ORCL 32.00 -0.01 -28 23m 12o
Daily
14. SOFTWARE -0.8% Change
+18.04%Since
Jan. 1 96 63 95 A B NH ProsHldg
PRO 33.11 +0.15 +66 186 70k
23 29 11 C C 72.6 PaloAltNts PANW.46.51 -0.30 -50 600 99o
SECTOR LEADER | NSDAQ
P 18.73 -0.39 -60 3.1m ..o
99 98 88 A A 38.5 SS&CTech SSNC 36.58 -0.43 +20 562 23 49 4 96 D B- 20.5 Pandora
92
97
82
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B34.7
Pegasyst
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PEGA
34.28 +0.22 -56 84 28
KEY DATA: EPS 3 Q Avg 48%, LQ 61%, Next Q 36%, Sales 3Q Avg 80%,
r PRGS 25.52 +0.22 +13 380 26o
LQ 85%, Next Yr EPS 32%, Pretax 35%, ROE 11%, EPS due 08/09 62 33 75 C A- NH ProgSftw
47 11 94 .. B+ 25.4 Proofpoint PFPT 24.00 -0.52 -41 183 ..
SECTOR LEADER | NSDAQ
81 80 79 A B- NH PTC
PMTC 27.50 +0.14+593 4.0m 16
98 99 72 A B+ 22.6 Tangoe r TNGO 16.96 -0.24 -33 367 30 97 68 99 B A+55.9 Qihoo360
QIHU 52.81 -2.47 +93 4.2m 72o
KEY DATA: EPS 3 Q Avg 81%, LQ 67%, Next Q 60%, Sales 3Q Avg 43%, 77 51 89 B B- 32.3 QlikTech
QLIK 31.37 -0.78 -42 737 99
LQ 31%, Next Yr EPS 38%, Pretax 9%, ROE 16%, EPS due 08/08 48 43 60 B A- 27.4 QualtyS 3.1 QSII 22.34 -0.31 +16 627 22
QLYS 15.80 -0.37 -53 70 99
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75
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22
A
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Realpage
RP 20.07 -0.20 -23 237 40
92 98 95 .. A- 22.17AVGTech r AVG 21.18 -0.27 +47 769 12
67 88 23 A C 60.0 RedHat
r RHT 49.59 -0.26 -65 804 39o
94 97 82 A B 116 7Athenhltn ATHN 112.2 -2.10 +82 853 92
47 62 61 E C+ 18.3 RosettaStn RST 15.75 -0.13 -44 126 ..
96 80 83 A B NH 7Blackba 1.4 BLKB 34.70 +0.97 +24 213 33 54 48 80 B D- 26.6 Rovi
ROVI 23.09 -0.38 -23 758 11
98 89 86 A B- NH 7Changyou .0 CYOU 34.34 -0.94 +1 169 6
85 90 45 A B- 47.6 Salesfo
.0 CRM 41.84 -0.14 -46 3.9m 99o
96 97 84 A B 88.17Commvault r CVLT 79.15 -1.69 +10 563 53
63 83 39 A E 84.7 SAP
1.0 SAP 75.70 +0.63 -21 1.2m 18
99 84 83 B A- 38.67DealerTrack TRAK 37.75 -0.15 +31 273 32 85 33 92 A B+ 68.6 Sohu.com SOHU 64.88 -1.25 +10 983 25
96 80 89 A C- 34.77Fleetmatics FLTX.32.49 -0.53 +2 202 58
83 77 59 A C+ 58.8 SoleraH
.9 SLH 55.75 -0.22 -63 91 20o
99 97 94 A B+ NH 7Monotype .9 TYPE 27.84 -0.06 -11 134 24
88 84 74 A C- 59.5 Sourcefire
FIRE 58.40 ... +39 599 72
98 95 81 A B+ NH 7NetEase .0 r NTES 65.01 +0.16 +13 545 14o
56 24 91 D B- 51.3 Splunk
SPLK 49.92 -0.53 +16 1.7m ..o
97 99 94 A B 20.47PDFSltions PDFS 20.35 +0.14 +3 98 23
73
74
76
A D- 25.3 Symntc 2.5 r SYMC 23.97 +0.05 -12 8.3m 13
99 98 93 A B+ 14.97PerionNetwk PERI 12.25 -0.28 -29 349 10
92 65 81 A C+ 33.0 Synchronos SNCR 29.47 -0.07 +12 288 25
99 97 93 B B- 59.67SPSCommr SPSC 57.60 -0.24 -20 76 99
80 87 58 A C NH Synopsys
SNPS 37.42 -0.18 -32 405 15o
98 87 84 B B 26.07Sciquest
SQI 25.05 +0.06 +60 149 92k
89 80 83 C D 17.5 TakeTwoIS r TTWO 15.91 -0.01 -40 1.3m 99
r TIBX 23.78 +0.11 -26 1.9m 22o
61 73 42 B D 51.9 ACIWwde r ACIW 47.31 -0.09 -2 233 25 48 61 41 B B+ 33.0 TibcoSft
99
97
85
A
ANH
UltimtSftwr
ULTI 129.6 -1.69 +95 295 99
89 97 69 A E 16.1 Activsn 1.3 ATVI 15.10 -0.03 -56 3.6m 11
VRNT 36.79 +0.06 +17 435 14o
61 26 79 B B 48.6 AdobeSys ADBE 47.49 -0.63 -33 2.5m 24o 72 61 64 B B+ NH VerintSys
VRSN 45.46 -0.44 +16 1.7m 21
96 97 92 A A NH AdventS .0 ADVS 28.67 +0.42 -14 316 25 82 97 37 A C 50.2 Verisign
r VMW 72.02 +1.01 -14 2.0m 24
51 28 84 D A- NH Allscripts
MDRX 15.74 -0.03 +92 5.5m 24 67 94 13 A C- 103 VMware
69 86 56 A D+ 82.5 Ansys
r ANSS 79.04 -0.09 -59 136 26 40 4 76 D C- 69.8 Workday WDAY 66.89 -0.82 +9 1.1m ..o
78 94 47 B D 12.4 Asiainfo
ASIA 11.69 +0.03 -58 153 9
Daily
86 80 69 D B- 33.0 AspenTech r AZPN 32.15 +0.36 -14 458 99 15. BUSINS SVC -0.6% Change
+20.28%Since
Jan. 1
25 48 37 B D- 41.4 Autodesk ADSK 36.16 +0.03 -33 2.0m 19o
88 71 67 A B 73.4 AutoDat 2.4 ADP 72.30 -0.06 -33 1.3m 25 7IPO within last 15 years and EPS & RS 80 or higher
77 71 63 B B+ 15.2 Autonavi r AMAP 12.84 +0.49 +29 665 14k 97 81 82 A B- NH 7CorpExec 1.3 CEB 66.85 -0.49 +7 133 25
75 85 44 A B 48.0 BMCSftwr r BMC 45.64 -0.05 -69 1.1m 13 98 91 91 A A 29.37EpamSyst EPAM 28.83 -0.27 +22 357 19
94 94 69 A B- 29.9 Bottomline EPAY 29.15 -0.24 -54 99 24 99 84 82 B B+ 47.47HuronCons HURN 46.52 -0.29 -57 57 17k
88 86 65 B C+ 30.0 CAInc
3.4 CA 29.37 -0.21 -13 3.5m 11 84 81 81 C B- 19.87KornFerry KFY 19.54 +0.02 -9 226 17o
91 97 75 A B- NH Cadence
CDNS.15.72 -0.03 -56 1.0m 19 97 93 81 A B+ 42.47TeamHlth TMH 40.44 -0.05 -45 355 24
88 95 67 A B 50.1 Cerner .0 r CERN 49.39 -0.15 -2 1.5m 38 94 85 87 B A- NH 7TowrsWa .5 TW 86.46 -0.33 +42 472 15
86 84 60 A B+ 54.6 Checkpoint r CHKP 53.51 -0.25 +15 1.8m 16 99 93 91 B C NH 7Virtusa
VRTU 26.59 -0.28 -36 91 23k
69 84 22 A C+ 83.0 CitrixSys
CTXS 66.48 -0.08 -10 1.8m 22 96 88 89 A A 55.07VistaPrnt VPRT 50.82 -0.29 -57 100 23
77 95 35 A B 56.3 CmptrPr 3.8 CPSI 53.85 -0.15 -39 52 18
22 32 33 D D- 12.7 Compwr 4.8 CPWR 10.47 -0.02+146 3.0m 38 87 82 78 A B 68.5 51Job
JOBS 63.70 +1.27 -47 47 23
55 2 81 D A- NH ConcurTch CNQR 88.28 +0.80 -11 409 .. 33 67 41 C C- 50.4 ADT
1.2 r ADT 42.96 -0.90 -35 2.1m 24
69 27 92 D B- 46.3 Cornerstone CSOD 44.37 -0.90 +83 810 .. 77 86 79 C B 26.4 ABMIndu 2.4 ABM 25.38 -0.20 -37 147 17o
91 79 88 A A- 20.8 Datawatch DWCH 19.21 +0.23 -14 22 42k 67 77 47 B C 84.2 Accentu 2.2 ACN 75.29 -0.96 +9 3.7m 18o
55 59 54 B D+ 72.4 DSTSyst 1.7 r DST 68.96 -0.82 -6 252 17 70 42 88 D A- 26.5 Acxiom
r ACXM 25.55 -0.36 -8 402 33
31 7 53 .. A- 22.0 E2open
EOPN 19.03 -0.16 0 160 ..o 71 64 54 A C- 57.4 Advisry .0 r ABCO 56.85 +0.21 -67 77 46
57 90 2 A B 24.9 Ebix
2.7 r EBIX 11.29 -0.05 -36 1.0m 6 83 75 58 B A 38.6 Amdocs 1.4 r DOX 38.17 +0.02 -28 603 13
93 85 95 D B 24.5 ElecArts
r EA 24.19 ... -46 2.7m 28 88 72 92 C B+ 15.9 AMNHlthcre AHS 15.41 -0.07 -30 187 28
75 73 40 A B 30.6 EllieMae
ELLI 24.39 +0.06 -61 177 21 80 83 52 A C 47.2 Arbitron .9 ARB 46.30 -0.15 -2 306 19
92 75 46 A A 14.4 EPIQSys 2.6 EPIQ 13.90 +0.05 +3 100 14 57 54 83 D B 84.5 Ascent
ASCMA 78.58 -0.15 +83 92 ..k
65 65 56 A E 50.9 FairIsa .2 r FICO 49.50 +0.01 -35 116 17 67 53 63 D A+NH BakerMic 2.5 BKR 28.61 +0.02 -4 20 41k
67 88 30 A B- 28.2 Fortinet
FTNT 19.94 -0.06 -52 1.0m 37 71 55 95 B E 62.8 Barrett
.9 BBSI 58.70 +0.25 -24 37 32k
15 48 5 C B- 19.7 GrnwyMed GWAY 11.62 +0.26 -26 116 99o 84 76 88 C C- 18.7 BoozAll 2.2 BAH 18.17 -0.23 -55 210 10
20 26 10 B E 13.1 GuidSoft
GUID 9.10 +0.05 +19 82 41 16 31 36 C D+ 30.8 Brinks
1.5 BCO 27.06 +0.07 -20 153 13
90 66 88 B B NH Guidewire GWRE 44.75 -0.72 -19 428 95o 61 75 64 C E 32.6 CGIA
GIB 29.46 -0.29 -45 83 39k
36 11 56 D C 13.5 ICGGroup
ICGE 12.30 +0.20 -26 87 ..k 65 69 66 E B 23.1 CRAIntl
r CRAI 21.46 +0.47 -29 17 17k
72 31 87 D A 48.4 Imperva
IMPV 47.19 -0.79 -36 122 .. 74 91 61 C D+ 65.5 CACIIntl
CACI 63.07 -0.27 +14 384 9o
71 57 76 B B- 39.9 Informatca INFA 38.60 -0.31 -13 853 30 10 18 17 D C- 18.0 CDI
3.4 CDI 15.29 +0.19 -54 23 16k
79 76 40 A B+ 68.4 Intuit
1.0 INTU 64.88 +0.05 -41 1.6m 19o 62 47 95 E A+NH CheckpntSys CKP 16.22 +0.19 -24 173 ..
95 92 72 A B 49.8 JackHen 1.6 r JKHY 49.08 -0.41 +62 499 23 60 66 54 B C- 48.2 Cintas 1.4 CTAS 47.06 -0.82+236 1.4m 18o
26 23 41 D D- 16.5 KEYWHldg KEYW 13.42 -0.30 -33 153 .. 84 94 35 A B- 81.1 CognizantA r CTSH 71.01 +0.06 -53 1.8m 18
98 92 89 A A- NH ManhAssc MANH 83.39 -0.43 +27 131 28 54 40 83 C D+ 50.6 Compute 1.7 CSC 46.78 -0.86 -25 1.3m 14
74 87 61 A D- NH MedAssets MDAS 20.01 +0.76+138 1.2m 15 90 92 87 C C- 26.1 Computer .8 CTG 25.49 -0.22 +20 88 27k
62 50 76 B B- NH MentorG .9 MENT 20.51 -0.15 -31 552 16o 86 46 94 B A- 25.5 ComScore r SCOR 25.32 +0.32 +55 310 32
92 74 77 A B NH Microso 2.5 MSFT 36.27 +0.10 -19 36m 12 93 82 93 D A- 50.7 ConsGraphics CGX 49.64 +0.02 -8 36 14
74 81 60 A D+ 28.3 Netscout
NTCT 26.28 +0.06+190 593 19 66 47 75 B A 21.2 Constant
CTCT 17.59 +0.04 -47 134 33
64 31 89 B B- 14.0 NetSolT .0 NTWK 10.59 -0.11 -59 82 11o 63 73 67 D B- NH Converg 1.3 r CVG 19.13 ... +96 858 19
96 75 91 B B+ 99 NetSuite
N 96.03 -2.15 -4 337 99 43 88 50 C D 39.9 Corrctns 5.8 CXW 32.89 -0.32 -50 804 18
39 63 13 B C- 25.9 Nuance
r NUAN 19.10 -0.01 -45 2.6m 11 98 90 91 A A- 139 CostarGrp CSGP 136.7 +0.19 -34 77 76

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Closing
Price

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6.95
29.97
2.27
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Closing
Vol%
Symbol Price Chg Chg

96
67
33
17
34
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94 SL Inds
48 BarHarbor
42 CompxIntA
50 Delta
65 ConsTomoka
16 AbdnChile
18 NBCAInt
27 AbrdnEmMkSm
37 NuRealEst
84 Aerocentury

Vol
Vol%
Change (1000s) Change

(Stocks Over $12)

Closing Net Vol Vol%


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38.54
13.50
16.16
39.36
13.65
14.66
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+0.99
+1.13
+0.33
+0.31
+0.67
+0.20
+0.21
+0.28
+0.15
+0.25

6,0
8,1
8,2
36,5
13,6
12,1
18,5
15,2
39,9
5,2

47
+40
+193
8
+43
66
+6
+29
57
+11

Closing
Vol%
Symbol Price Chg Chg

IJKL

73 96 C+ D
AB
52 30 D C
94 34 D+ C 19.7 Argan n
AGX 16.17 .13 +34 .. 34 D C
53 63 A A+ N H BakerMichael BKR 28.61 +.02 4k .. 20 D E
81 33 D D 115 BritAmerTob BTI 106.3 .25 47 .. 59 D B+
80 98 B+ A
CDE
99 91 B A
13 94 B B 31.5 CheniereEngy LNG 29.97 +.11 45 99 17 C+ B
.. 13 D D
15 76 B B 31.3 ChenierePart CQP 30.30 .45 +31 .. 15 D B
.. 57 D C 50.9 DX SP500Drcc VSPY 50.44 .24 +200k 18 15 D D
75 82 C+ A 12.3 EvolPet
EPM 11.92 +.04 +30 56 84 A B+
30 55 B B+ 33.8 GormanRupp GRC 32.86 .53 47
72 94 B A 33.0 Graham
GHM 32.53 .01 41 84 54 A B
16 27 E B+ 15.4 GrupoSimec SIM 12.59 +.13 4k .. 24 D C

18.0 ImpacM
IMH
50.0 ImperialOil
IMO
30.3 IS MscHkSC EWHS
36.9 IS MscSgSC EWSS
66.1 IS MscWldEtf URTH
LCI
14.2 Lannett
LBY
26.0 Libbey
19.7 NorthOilGas NOG
23.3 NuvnDivCom CFD
25.4 NuvnLg/StCmd CTF
15.4 Orchid Island ORC
TIS
27.1 OrchidPap

10.30 .05
41.97 +.16
27.53 .09
29.14 .10
64.75 +1.53
13.89 .09
24.88 .23
13.39 .09
17.23 +.18
19.02 .18
12.42 .10
26.91 +.18

+34
30
43
67
91
52
51
13
46k
33
+48k
48k

PQR
PRK 75.60 .10 47k
76.9 ParkNatl
41.5 PS30YrTipTsy RINF 36.85 +.33 57

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Earnings Per Share Growth Rating
Relative Price Strength Rating
Sales+Profit Margins+ROE
Accumulation/Distribution (3 mos)
52-wk

Stock
Symbol

Dividend Stock Close

Vol% Vol P

IBD Composite Rating


Earnings Per Share Growth Rating
Relative Price Strength Rating
Sales+Profit Margins+ROE
Accumulation/Distribution (3 mos)
52-wk

Dividend Stock Close

Vol% Vol P

6 6 6 6 6 High Stock % Yield Symbol Price Chg Chg 1000 E

6 6 6 6 6 High Stock % Yield Symbol Price Chg Chg 1000 E

43 41 58 D C NH
61 53 66 B B 24.3
72 67 82 .. A- 108
64 63 81 C B 43.8
70 42 89 D B+ 22.8
74 90 41 A C 33.0
92 78 75 A A- 67.2
89 87 62 A B 108
53 34 72 C B- 39.8
61 61 74 D D+ 39.0
92 76 86 B B- 27.8
82 82 89 C C+ 54.4
92 88 65 A B+ 61.9
82 62 73 A B- 21.3
68 89 77 C C+ 39.4
78 93 42 B C 26.0
92 91 77 B B 30.8
19 32 41 E C 18.2
63 92 19 A B 37.2
88 60 88 C A- 33.5
80 86 49 A B- 118
53 86 25 B D- 215
83 98 42 A B- 19.9
56 54 45 B B+ 55.7
22 39 7 C D 15.8
55 45 64 C B 34.2
64 58 80 C B NH
23 52 13 C D 39.7
84 93 77 B A- 17.2
36 33 70 D B- 19.0
65 68 67 C B 16.7
30 55 54 D E 49.6
50 14 94 E A 20.8
47 83 36 B B- 25.8
62 51 88 D B 60.5
31 30 51 D B- 28.3
85 96 54 A E 40.7
37 44 62 C C+ 51.1
35 69 7 B B+ 25.5
92 92 78 A C- 69.7
87 81 68 B B+ 79.8
96 95 87 B A NH
91 98 56 A C+ 19.4
37 59 61 .. B 19.0
71 80 52 C C+ 14.0
57 62 47 B D+ 37.1
69 69 73 B C+ NH
97 96 89 A B+ 30.4
77 68 62 A B- 39.5
89 71 77 A B 14.7
86 61 97 C A 31.3
52 7 85 D B+ NH
66 29 83 C B+ 14.9
24 45 28 B E 17.4
64 56 58 D A- 13.7
58 72 52 B C- 37.8
76 74 65 A A- 27.4
74 41 74 B A 14.6
90 66 77 A A- 14.1
79 51 90 D B 46.5
37 30 47 B C+ 24.7
72 98 50 A C 58.5
58 48 66 D A- NH
92 91 60 A B- 70.2
79 78 82 C B 24.8
49 59 56 C C- 35.4
48 33 83 C D+ 23.8
98 91 92 A A- 76.1
82 90 76 C B- 100
66 60 77 .. A- 25.1
38 63 46 C C- 31.3
87 90 77 A B- 32.3
95 92 61 A B+ 63.5
45 38 67 C B 28.6
13 41 2 B E 33.0

78 60 92 B B- 18.0 WNSHldgs WNS 17.10 -0.30 +39 148 16k


86 35 96 A A 35.5 Wageworks WAGE 33.47 -0.92 -40 205 53
75 71 72 B B+ 91.2 WPP 2.4 WPPGY 89.22 -1.58 +66 65 15k

Courier 5.6 r CRRC 14.97 +0.05 -42 22 15k


CSGSys 2.6 CSGS 23.42 -0.22 -64 65 10
DunBrad 1.5 r DNB 106.2 -0.45 -21 382 15
EmcorGrp .6 EME 42.75 -0.41 +5 291 19
Examwrks EXAM 22.13 -0.02 -15 172 ..
Exlservice
EXLS 30.00 -0.23 -7 183 18k
Exponnt .9 r EXPO 65.85 -0.85 -29 25 25k
Factset 1.3 r FDS 105.9 -1.63 -1 435 21o
Forrest 1.6 r FORR 38.50 -0.13 -60 38 34
FTIConsult
FCN 36.40 -0.58 -38 156 14
GPStrat
GPX 27.33 -0.09 +40 65 24
G&KSvc 1.5 GK 52.83 +0.08 +47 86 20
Gartner
IT 60.17 -0.89 -4 326 33
Genpact .0
G 20.71 -0.19 -35 538 21
GeoGroup 5.8 GEO 34.68 -0.28 -46 300 21
HlthcrS 2.7 HCSG 24.74 -0.01 -16 294 32k
HlthStream HSTM 29.45 -0.31 -25 73 94
Heidrick 3.5 HSII 14.79 -3.07+367 431 61
HMSHldng r HMSY 25.47 -0.35 -55 283 29
ICIIntl
ICFI 32.75 -0.14 -25 85 16k
IHSIncA
r IHS 108.9 -2.21 -36 275 26o
IBM
2.0 r IBM 193.9 -0.15 -6 3.7m 12
iGate
IGTE 17.75 +0.02 -42 169 10
Infosys 1.5 INFY 46.42 +0.12 -31 1.2m 15o
Innerwrkng INWK 10.84 -0.08 -17 269 30
Insperi 2.1 r NSP 32.75 ... -55 38 19
Interpu 1.9 r IPG 15.64 +0.02 +6 3.8m 19
IronMtn 3.8 IRM 28.72 +0.34 -29 1.4m 24
Ituran
4.9 ITRN 17.07 -0.01 -31 13 13
KellyA 1.1 KELYA 18.09 +0.05 -9 119 12
Kforce
.0 KFRC 15.64 -0.14 -8 135 18k
Lamar
LAMR 44.60 -0.24 +6 1.2m 99
MDCPrtn 2.8 MDCA 20.24 -0.50 +81 216 ..k
MYRGrp
MYRG 20.33 -0.01 -10 174 12k
Mnprgrp 1.5 r MAN 59.89 -0.47 -33 322 19
Mantech 3.2 MANT 26.57 +0.02 -35 108 10
Maximus .5 MMS 36.09 +0.21 -17 487 26k
MineSaf 2.4 MSA 50.44 -0.23 -40 63 22
Mistras
MG 17.33 -0.08 -62 77 22
Moodys 1.3 r MCO 60.33 -0.47 -28 1.1m 18
Morning .7 r MORN 75.19 -1.21 -46 47 32
MultiCo
.6 LABL 33.02 +0.03 -35 42 16k
NIC
.0 EGOV 18.00 -0.36 -27 213 39
NatCinm 5.0 NCMI 17.71 -0.03 -25 180 30k
Navigant
NCI 13.24 -0.01 -26 155 12
Nielsen 1.9 NLSN 33.84 -0.60 -6 3.8m 17
Omnicom 2.4 OMC 66.42 +0.02 -22 1.3m 18
OnAssgnmt ASGN.29.51 -0.33 -11 305 22
Paychex 3.6 r PAYX 39.06 +0.04 -35 1.4m 24o
Perficient r PRFT 14.11 +0.27 -22 137 14
ProvdncSrvc PRSC 27.61 -0.07 -36 100 25
Graphic 4.6 QUAD 25.87 -0.68 +5 141 15
Donnele 7.0 RRD 14.76 +0.15 +10 1.7m 8
Reachlocal r RLOC 13.17 -0.13 -55 49 27
ResrceC 1.8 RECN 13.31 +0.05 -28 136 22
RobrtHa 1.8 r RHI.34.61 -0.08 -20 874 21
Rollins 1.3 r ROL 27.21 +0.01+109 297 35
SAIC
3.4 SAI 14.12 -0.06 -42 2.1m 9o
Sapient
SAPE 13.74 -0.10 -48 447 20
Servicenow NOW 43.99 -1.27 +18 1.9m ..
StdrdPrkng STAN 23.22 +0.47 +57 96 29
SturmRu 4.0 RGR 49.30 -0.48 +6 325 12
SykesEnt
SYKE 17.25 +0.05 -14 151 14
Syntel
.3 SYNT 69.43 +0.25 +47 172 15k
TeleTech
r TTEC 24.19 -0.05 -36 91 17
ThomReu 3.8 TRI 34.20 -0.02 -48 552 16
TrueBlue
TBI 23.10 -0.19 -64 88 29
TylerTech
TYL 74.78 -0.42 -35 110 63
Unifirst
.2 UNF 97.15 +0.51 -18 44 17
Unisys
r UIS 24.29 ... +15 649 5
Valassis 4.5 VCI 27.46 -0.66 -3 400 9
Valuclick r VCLK 25.94 -0.51 -42 625 15
VeriskA
r VRSK 62.10 -0.78 -24 541 28
Viad
1.5 r VVI 27.26 -0.48 -10 62 19k
Vocera
VCRA 14.49 +0.34 -37 223 57

Daily
16. ELECTRNCS -0.7% Change
+16.03%Since
Jan. 1

SECTOR LEADER | NYSE

97 98 94 A C+ 67.47ProtoLabsPRLB.62.72 -1.46 +41 632 52


KEY DATA: EPS 3 Q Avg 66%, LQ 46%, Next Q 46%, Sales 3Q Avg 26%,

LQ 25%, Next Yr EPS 31%, Pretax 27%, ROE 38%, EPS due 07/24

7IPO within last 15 years and EPS & RS 80 or higher

98 96 94 A B 18.97RPX

RPXC 18.48 +0.12 -18 396 17

40 76 12 B A- 40.2
53 65 56 B B- 47.5
93 88 83 A B- 85.7
56 40 82 C D+ 80.2
43 47 65 D D 42.7
47 43 61 D B- 36.9
39 23 72 D B 13.0
59 59 84 D B- 21.2
26 44 50 B E 19.5
89 81 93 C A+36.7
82 75 90 B B+ 52.5
68 70 78 C B+ NH
53 59 61 B B- 16.4
67 55 92 D B+ 14.7
69 77 71 C B- 12.5
73 71 67 B A- 69.0
7 18 22 D C- 42.4
83 87 86 B B- 77.2
71 87 70 B D 17.2
25 54 39 C D 45.9
65 53 76 C B- 14.9
51 83 31 A D 70.1
39 48 35 B C+ 20.0
71 54 98 D B- 15.8
29 49 44 B D- 48.7
9 22 27 D C 48.4
64 61 74 C B- 24.0
59 68 58 B C 12.3
19 47 29 C D 16.8
95 93 86 B A 83.8
60 51 78 A C- NH
87 87 89 B A- NH
97 77 97 B A 19.5
64 89 62 B C- 229
55 62 56 C C- 30.6
55 62 60 C D 25.6
26 80 3 A E 16.4
37 53 56 B C+ 17.2
33 18 86 D B 12.8
47 55 58 D C NH
87 79 78 A C+ 48.4
49 54 63 C B 34.2
24 51 52 D D- 28.4
77 78 94 D B- 15.8
75 77 70 A B- 37.1
96 84 92 C A+NH
74 71 81 C C- 47.7
33 40 88 D D- 41.4
16 8 24 B D+ 44.4
64 54 90 D B- 15.1
46 58 68 E A- 17.7
76 75 71 A B+ 105
58 53 56 B C+ 79.2

Acacia 2.0 r ACTG 24.82 -0.61 +63 892 12


Agilent 1.0 r A 45.91 -0.20 -45 2.0m 15o
Ampheno .5 r APH 84.28 -0.64 -15 555 23
Anixter .0 r AXE 79.35 -0.53 +1 231 15
ArrowElec r ARW 42.40 -0.16 -27 477 10
Avnet
AVT 35.86 -0.11 -27 484 10
AVX
2.7 AVX 12.87 +0.02 -58 73 21
BenchmrkEl BHE 20.84 -0.07 -22 224 17
Bruker
BRKR 17.10 -0.19 -39 510 22
CSR
1.2 CSRE 36.11 -0.38 +6 10 26k
Cognex .9 CGNX 51.60 -0.40 -26 138 30
Coherent .0 COHR 61.97 -0.04 -26 53 19k
Corning 2.7 GLW 15.02 -0.07 -40 6.8m 11
CTS
1.0 r CTS 14.53 +0.05 -59 50 20
Daktron 2.1 DAKT 11.25 -0.06 -35 75 21o
Danaher .1 DHR 68.07 -0.33 -17 2.5m 21
ESCOTech .9 ESE 35.03 +0.05 -46 56 23k
FEI
.6 FEIC 76.04 -0.53 -28 162 26
Fabrinet
FN 14.47 -0.05 -2 156 10o
FaroTech
FARO 39.17 +0.60 -6 154 32
HoustnC 3.0 HWCC 14.75 +0.05 -57 23 15k
IPGPhot .0 IPGP 57.61 -0.73 -20 386 20
IIVI
IIVI 17.73 +0.01 -40 125 19
Immersion IMMR 14.93 +0.71 +4 388 ..
InterDi 1.0 IDCC 39.28 -0.30 -50 182 43
Itron
r ITRI 42.39 -0.05 -46 220 14
JabilCir 1.4 r JBL 22.31 +0.30 +6 2.2m 9o
KeyTronic
KTCC 11.44 +0.14 -74 20 8o
LGDisplay
LPL 12.41 -0.08 -17 455 26
Littelf
1.0 LFUS 82.67 -0.41 -19 75 20
MTSSys 1.9 r MTSC 63.61 +0.34 -10 57 17
MsrmntSpc r MEAS 49.68 +0.04 -61 19 25
Methode 1.5 MEI 19.02 -0.34 -3 260 17o
MettlerToldo MTD 213.4 -2.92 -41 97 21
Molex 3.2 MOLX 30.04 +0.03 +51 834 20
MolexA 3.8 MOLXA 25.51 +0.05 -6 125 17
NamTai 8.9 NTE 6.71 -0.04 -45 267 4
Newport
NEWP 14.51 -0.01 -27 90 12
Orbotech r ORBK 12.13 +0.18+104 250 99
ParkElc 1.5 r PKE 26.90 +0.15 -51 22 26o
Plantro
.8 PLT 47.29 -0.57 -26 154 17
Plexus
PLXS 30.50 -0.41 +53 272 13
RofinSinar r RSTI 24.31 -0.03 +44 145 19
Sanmina r SANM 14.93 -0.79 +16 598 11
Sensata
r ST 36.27 -0.48 -38 838 18
Sparton
r SPA 18.71 +0.07 +62 93 21
TeConnc 2.1 TEL 47.19 -0.09 +33 2.1m 15
UniPixel
UNXL 14.91 -0.06 -20 1.4m ..
UnivDisply r OLED 29.97 +1.12 -5 690 99
VishayInter VSH 14.79 -0.11 -52 494 21
VishayPrec VPG 16.23 -0.08 +37 44 25
Waters
WAT 103.5 -1.14 +25 608 20
WescoIntl
WCC 70.29 -0.48 -1 510 15

17. BANKS

Daily
-0.2% Change
+17.50%Since
Jan. 1

7IPO within last 15 years and EPS & RS 80 or higher

97 99 92 B A- NH 7Bancorp
TBBK 16.52 +0.12
97 93 94 A B+ 27.57HmBnc 1.1 HOMB 27.25 +0.10
89 80 84 C A- 23.97Privteb .2 PVTB 22.59 -0.41
96 84 83 A B+ 58.37Prosper 1.5 PB 56.84 -0.52
91 80 90 B B 17.27WstrnAlliancWAL 16.67 -0.12

-29
-10
+65
-46
-10

81 28k
182 23
776 21
186 17
348 20

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IBD Composite Rating


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Accumulation/Distribution (3 mos)

IBD Composite Rating


Earnings Per Share Growth Rating
Relative Price Strength Rating
Sales+Profit Margins+ROE
Accumulation/Distribution (3 mos)

52-wk

6 6 6 6 6 High
85 93 47 A B 18.1
75 57 87 D B 19.0
51 56 46 B B+ 26.5
58 53 68 C D 16.8
72 32 74 B A 15.7
91 26 93 B A+14.3
39 51 34 C B+ 13.9
9 52 6 C E 19.2
35 34 50 B B+ 25.6
47 90 34 A D+ 19.2
4 56 8 .. C+ 31.0
30 71 13 A B- 70.6
54 27 76 D B- 19.3
42 75 30 A D+ 60.2
53 61 85 D C- NH
69 58 61 B B+ 55.0
40 72 33 B C+ 64.8
37 50 70 C D 30.9
96 82 80 B B 46.9
80 76 81 D B 36.0
16 28 71 E E 20.6
63 55 56 B B- 35.2
81 82 55 A B 67.3
76 61 65 A B+ 26.8
47 80 73 E C- 50.0
21 65 24 B E 84.4
85 84 59 C B+ NH
79 80 75 E B NH
83 99 44 A C- 18.4
54 25 77 C B- NH
71 45 79 B B NH
83 75 71 B B+ 29.3
69 95 85 D D 53.6
87 67 67 A C+ NH
79 60 77 B B- 67.4
74 45 80 C A 25.6
81 80 76 C B 43.0
63 59 70 B D+ 47.0
73 66 62 B A 32.8
81 61 63 B A- NH
79 97 43 A C NH
25 81 9 B C- 22.8
23 74 11 A E 167
70 57 67 B B- 72.8
16 37 49 E C+ 53.1
95 95 90 A C+ 25.2
54 13 76 B B+ 29.1
83 38 84 B A NH
91 93 61 A C+ 17.3
61 55 60 B B- 13.0
68 64 75 B D- NH
74 50 87 E A- 15.8
79 56 49 A B+ 16.8
49 67 41 D B- 15.0
67 34 93 .. A- 23.8
90 70 92 A A- 62.6
68 69 76 D D+ 12.5
92 79 87 C B+ NH
75 71 69 B B+ 35.8
94 79 98 D A+NH
70 79 67 E B 15.0
91 95 56 A B NH
81 71 86 C B- 21.5
77 74 60 C B NH
53 59 62 C B- NH
68 54 54 B B+ 33.6
88 72 81 C A+NH
49 59 58 C C 12.3
83 72 90 C B- 23.8
79 71 79 A B 168
38 94 17 A D+ 18.0
41 79 52 C E 58.7
61 64 40 B C+ 33.6
89 74 79 B B 18.4
51 95 24 A C+ 43.8
88 85 64 A B 29.0
76 79 48 C A 16.0
90 76 86 D B 17.6
41 26 43 B B- 28.7
64 68 67 E C 17.0
58 39 68 B B 8.7
78 67 62 B B+ NH
36 92 17 B E 48.4
86 82 69 B A NH
87 99 55 A D- NH
6 48 11 C E 17.3
80 95 78 B C- 55.9
10 30 22 C D+ 37.6
58 38 82 C B 12.1
80 68 64 B B+ NH
95 89 74 A A 118
56 55 52 C B 15.3
76 59 81 C C 29.1
77 68 94 D B 22.7
94 96 71 A B+ 11.9
41 39 88 E C+ 27.2
33 30 54 C C 11.2
47 52 42 B B+ 22.9
54 48 68 C C NH
76 31 89 D A+18.7
52 34 56 B B 14.9
94 99 87 C A- NH
87 72 71 B B 13.3
58 29 78 B B- 33.7
74 84 54 C B 76.9
92 79 82 C B 27.8
81 82 68 B B 76.8

Dividend Stock Close


Vol% Vol P
Stock % Yield Symbol Price Chg Chg 1000 E

AccessN 2.8 ANCX 14.12 +0.30 +50 41 8k


Ameris
ABCB 17.84 -0.08 -32 38 38k
ArrwFl 3.8 r AROW 26.31 +0.08 +6 22 14k
AssocBa 2.0 r ASBC 16.32 -0.24 -47 500 15
BBCNBnc 1.3 BBCN 15.03 -0.14 -44 196 15k
BNCBanc 1.4 BNCN 13.87 -0.12 +18 118 23k
BSBBanc r BLMT 13.35 ... -76 11 88k
Bradesco 3.2 BBD 12.47 -0.14 +24 11m 8
BancLat 4.8 BLX 25.00 -0.30+177 336 13
BancoMacro BMA 14.80 -0.06 -66 15 2k
Santand 3.5 BSAC 23.17 +0.17 -54 158 14
Bancolo
2.8 CIB 55.49 +0.29+133 674 12
Bancorp
.2 BXS 18.58 -0.23 +47 972 21
BnkNova 4.2 BNS 55.09 +0.14 +12 701 11o
BankofA .3 r BAC 13.92 +0.04 +18145m 22
BnkHawa 3.4 BOH 53.66 -1.06 -27 218 15
BkMntre 4.7 r BMO 60.86 +0.18 -50 266 9o
BkNYMel 2.0 r BK 30.35 -0.34 +32 8.1m 12
BnkOzar 1.7 OZRK 45.90 ... -16 146 20o
Banner 1.4 BANR 35.43 -0.22 -23 90 23k
Barclays 2.1 BCS 18.64 -0.08 -51 1.3m 24
BB&T
2.6 BBT 34.84 -0.30 +16 4.4m 12
BOKFncl 2.3 BOKF 66.63 -0.17 -15 54 12k
BrynMwr 2.6 BMTC 26.15 -0.15 +14 31 15k
CITGroup
r CIT 48.44 -0.54 +3 1.5m 99
CandianI 5.1 CM 73.28 +0.26 -43 142 8o
CapitalBkFinl r CBF 19.80 +0.05 -65 133 33
CapCity
CCBG 13.03 +0.13 -9 16 99k
CardnlF 1.5 CFNL 15.97 +0.06 +11 141 10k
CathyGen .2 CATY 22.75 -0.24 -29 178 17
Centrstate
CPF 18.96
... +12 143 15k
ChemFncl 3.0 CHFC 28.47 -0.27 -55 16 14k
Citi
.1 r C 51.83 +0.02 +2 33m 12o
CityHldg 3.4 CHCO 42.94 +0.44 -15 30 15k
CityNatl 1.5 CYN 65.16 -1.11 +2 314 16
Columbia 1.6 COLB 24.78 -0.20 -38 131 19
Comerica 1.7 r CMA 40.86 -0.70 +36 2.9m 14o
ComercB 2.0 CBSH 45.27 -0.98 -20 361 15o
CmtyBkSy 3.3 CBU 32.41 -0.18 -14 123 15
CmtyTrst 3.2 CTBI 39.22 +0.37 +52 44 13k
ConnectOne CNOB 31.20 -0.15 -61 7 17k
Corpban 2.7 BCA 16.25 -0.22 -65 14 12
Credico 2.2 BAP 119.0 -0.05 -46 210 12
CullenF
2.9 CFR 69.49 -0.86 -18 341 18
Deutsch 2.2 DB 44.07 -0.26 -55 672 43
Eagle
.0 EGBN 24.84 +0.11 +3 72 15
EastWst 2.1 EWBC 28.52 -0.36 -10 854 15
Entrprise 1.2 EFSC 17.64 +0.44 +31 46 11k
Everbank .5 EVER 16.21 -0.08 -24 561 12
FNBCorp 3.8 FNB 12.78 -0.08 -37 439 14
FifthTh 2.5 r FITB 18.86 -0.13 -25 6.9m 11
FstBanc 2.1 FBNC 15.59 -0.11 -25 27 ..k
FrstCmty 2.9 FCBC 16.73 +0.06 -38 23 11k
FstConn .8 FBNK 14.65 -0.19 +65 52 54k
FrstFncl .9 FFCH 23.48 -0.16 +20 57 17k
FstFncl 1.7 FFIN 60.76 -0.23 -18 86 25
FstHori 1.7 r FHN 12.00 -0.28 +84 7.6m 19
FstIntr
2.3 FIBK 22.38 +0.14 +95 247 15k
FrstLng 2.8 FLIC 35.37 +0.41 -1 18 15k
FrstM&F .2 FMFC 17.18 +0.13 -42 25 26k
FrstMdw 1.1 FMBI 14.47 -0.30 +61 514 ..k
FrstRpb
1.2 FRC 39.70 -0.45 +65 2.0m 16
Frstmer 3.1 FMER 20.90 -0.26 +12 1.5m 16
FrstSrce 2.6 SRCE 26.17 +0.18 +32 38 12k
Flushing 2.9 r FFIC 17.88 -0.06 +4 122 15k
FrstFncl 2.9 THFF 33.23 +0.02 +20 27 13k
FrstMer 1.1 FRME 18.64 +0.20 +36 164 14
FultonF 2.7 r FULT 11.92 -0.12 -30 596 14
Glacier 2.6 GBCI 23.21 -0.19 +33 485 20
GoldmanS 1.2 GS 160.2 -2.76 +62 6.0m 9o
GrpFinStdr BSMX.13.45 ... -33 1.6m 13
HSBCHldg 4.2 HBC 55.11 -0.15 -53 626 11
HncHld 3.0 HBHC 31.67 -0.23 -52 270 14k
HanmiFncl HAFC 17.37 -0.08 -32 144 11
HDFCBnk .7 HDB 36.25 -0.93+110 1.3m 22
Hrtland 1.4 HTLF 28.96 +0.51 -13 23 10k
HrtgFcl 2.0 r HFWA 15.71 +0.01 -3 25 19k
Hilltop
HTH 17.18 -0.23 -33 338 66
Homestrt .5 HMST 22.63 +0.59 +20 136 4
HomtrstBnc r HTBI 16.63 +0.03 -20 33 43k
Huntgt 2.4 r HBAN 8.26 -0.11 +14 12m 11
Iberiab
2.4 IBKC 56.45 -1.15 +59 299 19
ICICIBa
1.8 IBN 36.47 -1.49 +62 2.1m 11
Indpndn 2.4 INDB 36.51 -0.06 -21 43 15o
IndepndntBk IBTX 32.26 +0.60 -21 25 26k
ItauUni
.6 ITUB 12.38 -0.08 -48 6.4m 8
JPMorga 2.8 r JPM 55.01 +0.12 -17 19m 9o
KBFncl
1.2 KB 31.25 -0.43 -48 71 9
Keycorp 1.9 r KEY 11.55 -0.21 -6 9.9m 12
Lakeland 2.5 LKFN 30.70 +0.15 +1 37 14k
M&TBank 2.4 MTB 117.6 -0.44 +22 875 14
Mainsrc 1.7 MSFG 14.29 +0.10 -4 28 12k
MBFncl 1.4 r MBFI 28.12 +0.91+217 817 15o
MetroBanc METR 22.30 +0.21 -43 20 26k
MonrchF 2.3 MNRK 10.65 +0.24 -35 12 7k
MorganSt .8 MS 26.38 -0.31 +1 19m 59
NatPen 3.7 NPBC 10.72 -0.14 -33 440 16k
NBT
3.6 NBTB 22.14 -0.13 -43 58 13
NrthnTr 2.0 r NTRS 60.75 -0.98 -7 1.3m 21
OFGBan 1.3 OFG 18.07 ... -23 201 34
OldNtlB 2.8 r ONB 14.44 -0.23 -34 279 15
Pacific 2.7 r PCBK 13.42 ... +1 59 18k
PacfcPrem PPBI 12.86 +0.10 -8 89 9k
Pacwest 3.1 PACW 31.77 -0.23 -41 136 18
ParkNatl 5.0 PRK 75.60 -0.10 -47 15 17k
Pinnacle
PNFP 27.31 -0.19 +17 134 20
PNCFncl 2.4 PNC 74.50 -0.56 +2 2.7m 12

5 5 5 5 5 52-wk

Dividend Stock Close


Vol% Vol P
High Stock % Yield Symbol Price Chg Chg 1000 E

Accumulation/Distribution (3 mos)
Sales+Profit Margins+ROE
Relative Price Strength Rating
Earnings Per Share Growth Rating

IBD Composite Rating

52-wk

6 6 6 6 6 High
68 41 92 E B 32.9
66 75 52 C B+ 17.0
79 78 83 C B- 10.3
83 73 86 C B NH
86 56 82 B A NH
66 93 41 C C+ 13.5
44 74 38 A D 64.1
97 74 82 B A+56.1
95 88 87 B A- 90.9
80 57 64 B A- NH
79 64 79 B B NH
26 47 35 B D- 39.5
94 95 78 A B+ 90.6
73 58 60 C A- 28.0
51 37 69 C B- 25.6
42 28 80 D C- 15.2
87 55 93 C A- 21.4
77 66 76 B B+ NH
73 76 85 E B+ NH
81 74 72 B B 34.6
92 99 74 B B 13.9
78 82 71 D B+ NH
94 70 83 A B+ NH
86 91 52 A B- 52.2
46 72 35 B B- 85.5
90 75 49 A A- NH
82 56 89 C B+ 22.9
62 63 52 C C+ 26.9
30 34 77 E C+ 18.7
77 49 75 B A 60.2
62 39 78 C B- 16.2
92 81 83 C B+ 22.2
66 51 56 B B 28.2
64 16 91 D A- 13.9
51 37 69 C B 20.8
67 74 55 A D+ 37.7
22 32 24 B B- 10.9
73 33 88 C B+ 14.9
62 56 44 B A- 15.0
70 56 69 B B NH
63 43 72 B B+ NH
78 92 72 B B- NH
94 86 81 C B+ 29.0
38 32 44 B C 49.4
23 72 26 A E 175
81 93 52 B B+ 40.8
57 43 85 D C- 31.4

Dividend Stock Close


Vol% Vol P
Stock % Yield Symbol Price Chg Chg 1000 E

Popular .0 BPOP 32.05 -0.14 -8 581 99


Provide 3.3 r PFS 16.90 -0.09 -17 121 14
Regions 1.2 r RF 9.74 -0.19 +57 26m 11
RenaSant 2.5 RNST 26.84 +0.35 -17 60 23
Republ 2.5 RBCAA 27.66 -0.32 +84 54 11
Rockvil 3.0 r RCKB 13.30 -0.08 -15 70 20k
RoyalCa 4.0 r RY 60.38 +0.60 -29 519 11o
SCBTFncl 1.3 SCBT 55.63 -0.19 -13 45 20k
SVBFncl
SIVB 86.09 -0.76 +62 433 22
SYBanc 3.0 SYBT 26.74 +0.39 -38 17 14k
SandySp 2.6 SASR 24.45 +0.23 -29 27 15k
Shinhan 1.3 SHG 35.28 -0.29 -74 21 8k
Signature SBNY 88.77 -0.47 -46 173 21
SimonsF 3.0 r SFNC 27.94 +0.02 -10 32 17k
Southsi 3.3 r SBSI 24.41 -0.33 +17 66 13k
Southwst OKSB 14.93 -0.07 -10 37 27
Stellar 1.9 r STEL 21.09 ... -22 65 21k
Sterling
2.8 STL 12.96 +0.10 +47 130 19k
Suffolk
SUBK 18.83 +0.45 -6 31 ..k
Suntrust 1.2 r STI 33.47 -0.62 -31 3.1m 14
Susqueh 2.4 SUSQ 13.50 -0.20 -41 582 15
TCFFncl
1.3 TCB 15.38 -0.35 +12 1.4m 21
TaylorCaptl TAYC 21.81 +0.61+400 891 10o
TexasCap
TCBI 47.44 -0.08 -37 246 14
Toronto 3.8 TD 82.45 +0.45 -30 458 10o
Townbk 2.2 TOWN 16.29 +0.24 +62 57 15k
TricoBa 2.0 TCBK 22.48 -0.05 +33 64 14k
Trstmark 3.5 TRMK 26.55 -0.25 -40 192 14
UBS
.9 UBS 17.81 +0.12 -58 860 ..
UMBFcl 1.5 r UMBF 58.48 -0.81 -16 115 21
Umpqua 3.8 UMPQ 15.79 -0.21 -23 590 17
UnionFr 2.4 r UBSH 21.94 -0.04 -54 49 15k
UntdBnk 4.5 UBSI 27.78 -0.13 -37 124 16
UntdCmty
UCBI 13.67 +0.10 -36 137 30k
UnivstPA 3.9 UVSP 20.40 -0.15 +22 31 16k
USBanco 2.5 USB 37.27 -0.23 -8 9.1m 12
ValleyN 6.8 VLY 9.56 -0.20 +20 1.4m 13
VirgnaComm VCBI 14.79 +0.05 -42 42 21
Washgt 4.0 r WBCO 14.99 +0.11 +9 42 13k
WashTr 3.2 WASH 31.31 +0.27 +17 37 14k
Webster 2.2 WBS 26.93 -0.45 -35 687 14o
WellsFa 2.8 r WFC 43.02 -0.33 -1 22m 11o
Wesbanc 2.6 WSBC 28.85 +0.09 -13 67 14k
Wstam 3.1 r WABC 47.55 -0.63 -30 95 17o
Westpac 6.4 WBK 136.8 +2.23 -46 22 13k
Wintrust .4 WTFC 40.54 -0.05 +5 281 16
ZionsBa .5 ZION 29.57 -0.75 -6 2.0m 22
Daily
-0.2% Change
+15.81%Since
Jan. 1

18. S&Ls

7IPO within last 15 years and EPS & RS 80 or higher

96 95 97 A B+ 53.27BOFIHldgs BOFI 50.78 -1.25 -30 134 18


71 73 59 B B 28.7
5 8 17 D E 10.4
77 62 68 A C+ 30.7
49 60 45 C B+ 12.5
64 66 73 D B+ 11.8
76 73 71 B B+ NH
57 76 45 D B- 11.6
83 84 84 C B NH
47 62 35 C B+ 18.0
76 61 73 C B NH
41 38 54 B B 20.4
68 77 59 D B+ NH
95 71 76 B A+NH
38 16 78 D B 9.8
90 96 76 B B 22.7
71 90 47 D B+ 10.9
52 59 48 C B 15.1
54 73 43 D B 12.0
67 69 66 C B NH
51 40 67 C B 16.8
48 94 34 D D 26.6
81 90 53 B B+ 16.9
65 61 71 C B- 15.5
77 80 56 A B 19.7
60 65 56 C B- 10.8
58 26 93 E A+19.4
37 78 24 E B 12.3
56 39 67 B B 25.8
62 74 70 E B- 11.9
56 86 34 C B- 24.4
51 65 47 C D+ 16.5
75 74 53 A B- 22.0
93 99 84 B A NH
78 84 75 C B- 21.2

Bankuni 3.0 BKU 27.95 -0.06 -11 492 13


BenfclMutl BNCL 8.51 -0.04+999 1.4m 50
BrkshrH 2.5 r BHLB 28.64 -0.01 +3 74 13k
CptlFed 2.4 CFFN 12.37 -0.04 +11 1.3m 26
Charter 1.9 r CHFN 10.74 +0.57 0 158 28k
DimeCty 3.3 DCOM 17.13 -0.07 -14 82 12k
ESSABp 1.8 r ESSA 11.28 +0.10 -32 23 37k
FrstDef 1.5 FDEF 26.84 +0.13 -5 23 13k
FrstFncl 3.8 FFBC 15.78 -0.15 -39 156 14
FirstPac 3.4 r BANC 14.05 +0.15 +46 149 31k
Flagstar
.0 FBC 14.50 -0.15 -40 223 13
FoxChase 1.3 FXCB 18.06 +0.49 -23 20 36k
HeritgF .9 HBOS 17.05 +0.16 -49 26 21k
HudsonC 1.7 HCBK 9.67 -0.09 -28 2.6m 20
InvstrB
.9 ISBC 22.15 -0.06 -17 128 23
KearnyF 1.9 KRNY 10.58 +0.10 -33 28 99k
NYCtyBc 6.9 NYCB 14.54 -0.01 -31 2.2m 12
Nrthfld 2.0 NFBK 11.92 -0.06 -66 140 34
NthtBnc 3.4 r NWBI 14.23 -0.06 -19 505 20
Oceanfi 2.9 r OCFC 16.51 -0.19+222 118 14k
OmniAmer OABC 23.88 +0.08 -48 18 36k
Oritani 4.2 ORIT 16.57 -0.01 -12 118 19k
PplsUni 4.3 r PBCT 15.18 -0.12 -14 3.5m 19
Provdnt 1.7 r PROV 16.50 +0.20 +30 69 7k
Pulaski 3.7 PULB 10.17 -0.22 -64 8 10k
RomaFcl .8 ROMA 19.10 -0.09 -11 22 99k
SIFncl
1.1 SIFI 11.25 +0.12 -79 12 86k
Sterlng 3.2 STSA 24.95 ... -47 119 14k
TFSFncl
TFSL 11.73 -0.14 -19 145 99
Territrl 2.2 r TBNK 23.29 -0.08 -28 26 15k
UnitedF 2.8 r UBNK 15.83 -0.12 -27 36 52k
Viewpoi 1.8 r VPFG 21.63 -0.24 -51 102 21
WSFSFcl .8 WSFS 59.27 +0.23 +30 25 15k
WashgtF 1.8 WAFD 20.20 -0.13 -37 285 15

19. TELECOM

Daily
-0.6% Change
+15.59%Since
Jan. 1

7IPO within last 15 years and EPS & RS 80 or higher

99 94 99 B A+NH 7AlliFib .0 AFOP 31.94 -0.83+181 588 40k


67 91 81 D D 21.27IntrntIntv
IIJI 17.77 -0.23 -55 11 23
91 91 80 D B+ 20.07OplinkC
OPLK 19.41 -0.32 -46 37 22o
39 15 80 D B+ 26.7
28 68 15 B B 27.6
38 54 26 B D- 85.3
68 91 65 C C- 24.8
61 86 33 B B- 18.0
40 56 31 C C 39.0
57 57 79 C C+ NH
35 77 24 B C 48.1
89 84 86 B C- NH
5 22 15 C E 18.3
78 86 84 B D 52.0
60 23 63 B A- 43.0
36 20 75 .. A 19.4
84 35 96 B A+16.5
28 71 21 D D- 43.4

Adtran 1.4 r ADTN 25.76 +0.50


AmerMov 1.5 AMX 20.89 -0.58
AmerTow 1.4 AMT 74.71 -1.45
Anaren
r ANEN 24.30 +0.11
Arris
r ARRS 15.31 -0.18
AT&T
5.0 r T 35.88 +0.33
Atlntic
1.8 ATNI 54.33 -0.21
BCE
5.3 BCE 42.26 -0.08
Belden
.4 r BDC 56.06 -0.17
BlackBerry BBRY 9.13 -0.24
BTGroup 2.8 BT 51.28 -0.63
Broadsoft
BSFT 30.92 -0.47
Cablevi
3.2 CVC 18.58 -0.35
CalAmp
CAMP 15.15 -0.60
Century 6.0 r CTL 36.27 +0.03

+36 1.1m 37o


+46 9.5m 10x
+76 6.0m 50
-57 12 18
-44 874 15
-30 18m 15
+31 52 17
-9 827 13
-23 205 17
-26 19m ..o
-50 55 12k
+28 449 23
-35 2.3m ..
+22 516 22o
-31 3.8m 22

5 5 5 5 5 52-wk

Dividend Stock Close


Vol% Vol P
High Stock % Yield Symbol Price Chg Chg 1000 E

Accumulation/Distribution (3 mos)
Sales+Profit Margins+ROE
Relative Price Strength Rating
Earnings Per Share Growth Rating

IBD Composite Rating

B 11

Key action of NYSE & Nasdaq top rated stocks for busy people. Bolded stocks = 80 EPS &
Relative Strength & IPO within last 15 years.

SMARTSELECT COMPOSITE RATING


EARNINGS PER SHARE
RELATIVE PRICE STRENGTH
INDUSTRY GROUP RELATIVE STRENTGH
SALES+PROFIT MARGINS+ROE
ACCUMULATION/DISTRIBUTION
52-wk
Close
Symbol Price Chg
6 6 6 6 6 High Stock

Vol%
Chg

STOCKS UP

SMARTSELECT COMPOSITE RATING


EARNINGS PER SHARE
RELATIVE PRICE STRENGTH
INDUSTRY GROUP RELATIVE STRENTGH
SALES+PROFIT MARGINS+ROE
ACCUMULATION/DISTRIBUTION
52-wk
Close
Symbol Price Chg
6 6 6 6 6 High Stock

99 99 96 A+A D+ NH SoufunHldgs
SFUN 32.93 +5.33 +440 99 99 95 A+B C 44.1 Chuy'sHlgs
GNRC 41.49 +.24 7 99 99 92 A+A B 202 LinkedIn
99 94 94 C+ A A NH Generac
99 92 92 AA A NH CBOE
r CBOE 48.04 +.43 22 99 99 86 A A B+ 926 Priceline
98 95 81 A A B+ NH NetEase
r NTES 65.01 +.16 +13 99 98 94 A+A A 43.0 Stamps
98 90 86 AA A NH BallyTech
r BYI 65.13 +4.22 +517 99 97 74 A+A C 128 Mercadolib
98 71 97 AA A NH MultimdGm MGAM 31.48 +.94 +192 99 93 92 A A A 96.3ValeantPhar
98 69 86 A+A A+ NH Blucora
BCOR 20.76 +.66 +7 99 90 96 A A B 83.0 Medidata
97 99 92 B B A NH Bancorp
TBBK 16.52 +.12 29 99 83 81 AA B 254 Precision
97 99 57 A A B NH FirstNBCBnk NBCB 26.66 +.45 67 98 99 95 A B B+ 38.1 StdrdMtrA
97 92 89 AA B 143 CopaHldng
CPA 137.9 +2.20 +3 98 91 81 A+A B 928 Google
97 80 92 B+ C A+ NH Aceto
ACET 14.91 +.08 +48 98 80 93 A+A B+ 283 RegeneronPh
97 74 92 AA B NH SHFLEntrtmt
SHFL 22.81 +4.11 +999 97 99 86 B A D 51.7 EQTMidstrm
96 97 95 A+D B NH HavertyFrntr
HVT 26.81 +.25 +38 97 96 81 B B B+ 133 PVH
96 97 92 B+ A A NH AdventSoft
ADVS 28.67 +.42 14 97 90 87 B+ A B 133 Actavis
96 80 96 AE A+ NH Egain
EGAN 10.49 +.28 1 97 68 99 B+ B A+ 55.9Qihoo360
96 80 83 AA B NH Blackbaud
BLKB 34.70 +.97 +24 96 94 61 A+A B 404 Chipotle
96 63 95 AA B NH ProsHldg
PRO 33.11 +.15 +66 96 79 99 A+.. A NH YYInc
95 88 78 A+B A NH Cheescake
CAKE 44.09 +.03 +16 96 75 91 AB B+ 99 NetSuite
95 78 78 A A A+ NH Microsemi
MSCC 24.80 +.09 46 95 94 82 B A C+ 96.4Stratasys
95 73 87 C A A NH J2Global
JCOM 45.59 +.93 9 95 80 77 AB B+ 32.4ExterranPtnr
94 97 41 A+A B+ 134 Baidu
BIDU 105.7 +4.10 +143 94 97 82 C+ A B 116 Athenhltn
94 90 94 C+ B A+ NH ElecImag
r EFII 30.32 +.33 12 92 83 66 A+B B 106 BffWldWg
94 83 88 C+ A A NH NCR
NCR 35.39 +.16 +9 91 96 99 C+ D A 23.7 AddusHC
92 86 78 B A A NH B&GFoods
BGS 36.00 +.47 +9 91 59 99 A+D A133 Tesla
92 82 81 B+ B B+ NH Futurefuel
FF 15.21 +.45 +17 89 59 99 A+E A+ 51.0AlnylamPh
92 79 87 B+ C B+ NH FstIntrst
FIBK 22.38 +.14 +95 88 95 68 BA C 602 Mastercard
MSFT 36.27 +.10 19 87 96 81 BA E 77.8 Sodastream
92 74 77 AA B NH Microsoft
91 90 80 B B B NH HainCelest
HAIN 74.12 +2.35 +90 86 85 86 A C C 108 RockTen
MCHP 39.61 +.24 9 85 36 98 A+D A 34.3IsisPhrm
91 68 64 A A B NH Microchip
91 66 97 A+D A NH Gamestop
GME 43.84 +.36 10 83 89 72 B A D+ 269 Grainger
90 74 79 C+ A B 146 EOGResrce
EOG 144.6 +1.02 +3 80 86 49 B+ A B 118 IHSIncA
89 94 60 B A A NH TJXCos
r TJX 52.26 +.07 19 79 71 79 D A B 168 GoldmanSachs
88 89 88 C+ A D+ NH WaddllReed
WDR 48.62 +.09 +81 78 4 93 A+B A 109 Pharmcyclcs
88 72 81 AC A+ NH FrstMerch
FRME 18.64 +.20 +36 75 89 38 C+ A B131 DaVita
88 44 99 A D A NH Netflix
NFLX 260.5 +2.50 +47 74 95 59 C B D+ 92.7 MarathonPet
86 80 83 C+ A D+ NH NXPSemi
NXPI 33.31 +.45 42 71 20 99 A+D A52.8 SolarCity
85 97 93 AC D 49.5TenetHlthcr
THC 45.19 +1.48 +28 70 85 76 DB C+ 160 PPGIndust
85 84 59 A C B+ NH CapitalBkFinl
r CBF 19.80 +.05 65 70 54 83 C+ B B NH Kirby
85 71 87 B C A NH AlexdrBaldw
ALEX 43.33 +.83 22 69 77 83 BD B134 Whirlpool
85 36 95 A+D A NH MarktLeadr
LEDR 11.53 +.02 54 60 93 64 B .. C 441 Autozone
84 96 71 A+C D57.0 Susser
SUSS 50.22 +2.10 +41 60 89 15 A A C 116 Allergn
84 49 99 A+E A NH CdnSolar
CSIQ 13.98 +.05 +86 58 4 99 A+.. B+ NH Aegerion
84 40 99 A C A NH XeriumTec
XRM 12.69 +.25 11 57 72 56 BB D 136 EverstRe
83 71 90 AC B 51.3CommtyHlth
CYH 48.50 +1.09 +53 56 96 8 BA C 585 IntSurg
ECL 91.32 +.55 +11 56 41 71 B C B+ 65.2WesternGas
81 92 74 D A B NH Ecolab
81 80 79 C A B NH PTC
PMTC 27.50 +.14 +593 54 29 98 B .. B+ 75.4 ExOneCo
HTSI 49.75 +.42 +124 45 81 7 A+A D 57.4 Liquidity
81 55 78 A+D A NH HarrisTeeter
80 92 89 D C B NH Methanx
MEOH 46.20 +.07 +9 22 70 21 E B D 233 CFIndust
80 68 79 A+C C NH CaseysGnrl
CASY 67.99 +2.27 +35 .. .. 98 D .. B 166 DxGldMnrBr3
79 30 91 A+C B+ NH Move
MOVE 13.57 +.65 +216 .. .. 77 D .. D 100 PSShVShTm
IBD Composite Rating
Earnings Per Share Growth Rating
Relative Price Strength Rating
Sales+Profit Margins+ROE
Accumulation/Distribution (3 mos)
52-wk

6 6 6 6 6 High
63 46 91 E B- 130
50 73 26 A B 59.7
21 46 24 C D+ 64.0
34 73 31 C D+ 17.7
39 59 37 B B- 33.7
69 27 92 E B+ 22.2
39 25 77 E B- 30.1
80 90 63 B B+ 44.7
71 90 62 B C- 42.8
57 58 45 A D- 19.1
42 8 52 B A- 81.2
73 98 75 .. B 65.9
39 30 81 .. B+ 45.0
96 62 89 B B 25.2
40 24 76 C B NH
61 49 72 D B- 13.5
83 52 89 D A- 18.5
15 26 25 D C+ 5.2
41 34 78 D C+ NH
58 55 65 B B 52.2
58 17 84 D A+28.3
62 30 97 C C 21.2
96 63 95 C A- 57.8
95 73 87 A A- NH
84 71 81 C B- 15.6
52 78 48 C C+ 15.0
35 55 35 D C+ 25.3
38 51 76 E E NH
49 51 76 E B- NH
19 3 64 .. D- 65.9
90 48 97 B A 19.0
30 72 16 .. B- 27.8
98 94 92 B B 34.6
58 76 47 B B 21.6
71 93 46 A B+ 64.7
97 96 79 A B 52.4
33 55 52 D B- 27.2
32 70 33 C C 17.5
52 46 42 C B 13.9
4 28 13 E C- 14.1
34 61 30 A D 78.6
42 42 66 B C 12.7
98 76 85 A B+ NH
37 14 62 D B- 82.3
37 22 82 E B NH
58 65 56 B B- 25.0
83 80 76 C B NH
93 66 91 D A- 13.9
75 78 84 B C+ 22.5
17 13 65 E E 7.5
27 79 16 C C- 25.2
83 55 98 C A 25.7
70 77 67 A B- 17.0
7 32 14 C E 27.7
9 11 24 C B- 15.4
39 57 46 C B 50.6
26 10 61 D B+ 27.0
40 82 22 A C- 37.5
74 75 90 C B- 31.7
85 81 73 A B+ 116
36 30 54 D B+ 14.1
31 46 29 B B- 17.8
44 61 54 C E 30.0
49 26 71 B B- NH
34 12 74 D B+ NH
51 53 48 B C+ 54.3
73 34 95 D C 73.4
37 68 48 B D- 11.8
33 48 46 C B 29.7

Dividend Stock Close


Vol% Vol P
Stock % Yield Symbol Price Chg Chg 1000 E

CharterCmm CHTR 123.8 -0.76 +21 1.3m ..


ChinaMb 3.8 CHL 52.41 -0.04 -56 352 10
ChinaTel 2.0 CHA 48.25 -0.53 +21 57 15
ChinaUn 1.2 CHU 14.01 +0.27 +24 609 25o
Chunghwa .0 CHT 32.04 -0.15 -48 89 18o
Ciena
CIEN 21.68 -0.14 -31 2.8m 99o
Cogent 1.8 CCOI 29.61 -0.10 -19 210 ..
ComctA 1.8 CMCSA 43.99 -0.16 -31 8.6m 22
CmctSp 1.9 CMCSK 42.13 -0.26 -40 1.3m 21
ConsolC 8.7 CNSL 17.81 +0.47 -23 164 20
CrownCstle
CCI 76.35 -1.01 -23 2.0m 99
DirecTV
r DTV 65.04 -0.21 -44 2.2m 13
DishNet .0 DISH 44.64 +0.19 +5 2.8m 21
Dycom
DY 24.91 -0.20 -44 105 22o
EchoStar
SATS 41.02 +0.01 -13 161 41k
Ericsson 4.3 ERIC 12.26 +0.01 0 2.9m 61
Finisar
FNSR 18.24 -0.09 -40 1.6m 28o
Frontie
9 FTR 4.10 +0.02 +86 17m 15
Globecom
GCOM 14.23 +0.08 -7 58 23
Harris
2.9 HRS 51.80 -0.05 -13 632 10
HawaiTele HCOM 27.06 -0.52 -59 20 14k
IDT
3.0 IDT 20.31 -0.23 -32 144 21o
InterIntel
ININ 56.99 -0.30 -18 70 98
J2Global 2.1 JCOM 45.59 +0.93 -9 306 17
JDSUniph
JDSU 14.90 -0.09 -22 2.8m 25
KVHIndus
KVHI 14.29 +0.05 +8 36 31
Level3Com LVLT 21.80 ... -28 1.2m ..
LbtyGlbC r LBTYK 75.01 +0.28 -26 1.0m ..
LibtyGlbA r LBTYA 79.76 -0.02 -18 2.4m ..
LoralSp .0 LORL 62.39 -0.44 -41 40 22
LumosNt 3.0 LMOS 18.49 -0.42 +17 108 22
Magicjack
CALL 15.48 +0.28 -49 168 5
MasTec
MTZ.33.89 -0.32 -26 482 21
MobilTe 3.9 MBT 19.86 -0.21 -43 1.1m 19
Motorola 1.8 r MSI 59.32 +0.15 -34 1.4m 17
NeuStar
r NSR 51.38 -0.41 -20 278 16
NippnTel 3.2 r NTT 25.86 -0.72 -36 242 9
NTTDoco 3.9 DCM 15.78 -0.19 -42 151 10
Numerex NMRX 11.78 +0.31 -36 37 78
Orange 8.3 ORAN 9.73 +0.28 -39 577 25
Phillipn
3.2 PHI 66.75 -0.09 -68 30 16k
PremGlbSv r PGI 11.95 -0.16 -11 138 16
Rignet
RNET 28.43 +0.26 +42 53 34k
SBAComm SBAC 78.66 -0.19 -29 1.1m ..
SeaChng
SEAC 12.50 +0.24 +81 218 ..o
ShawCmm 3.9 SJR 24.59 -0.01 -38 198 14o
Shenand 1.7 SHEN 19.34 +0.09 -15 61 22k
SierraWr
SWIR 13.53 -0.11+124 224 99
SKTelec 3.2 SKM 21.58 -0.08 -38 1.1m 11o
SprintNextel
S 6.48 +0.03 -49 40m ..
TIMPart 3.7 TSU 18.68 -0.27 -22 726 11k
T-Mobil .0 TMUS 24.37 -0.97 -29 3.5m 12
TelecmA 5.8 TEO 15.23 +0.07 +7 234 5
Telefoni 8.7 VIV 21.67 +0.26 +76 2.3m 11
Telefon
12 TEF 12.94 -0.07 -23 967 10
Telekom 2.7 TLK 45.15 -1.62 +17 348 15
TeleDat 1.9 TDS 26.36 +0.46 +45 873 94
Telus
4.2 TU 30.69 +0.16 -58 90 15
Tessco 2.4 TESS 30.41 -0.44 +3 44 14k
TimeWar 2.3 TWC 113.4 -1.51 -10 2.3m 19
Tivo
r TIVO 11.65 -0.03 -42 2.4m ..o
Turkcell
TKC 14.92 -0.08 -66 159 11
TWTelcom TWTC 29.67 +0.12 -46 860 63
USMbty 3.3 r USMO 14.95 +0.40 +13 111 13k
USCell
.0 USM 39.69 +0.92+155 266 62
Verizon 4.1 VZ 50.28 +0.32 -25 8.8m 21
Viasat
VSAT 68.04 -0.47 -48 158 99
VimpelC
9 VIP 10.40 -0.05 -55 498 7o
Vodafone 5.2 VOD 29.35 -0.10 -15 7.6m 12

5 5 5 5 5 52-wk

Dividend Stock Close


Vol% Vol P
High Stock % Yield Symbol Price Chg Chg 1000 E

Accumulation/Distribution (3 mos)
Sales+Profit Margins+ROE
Relative Price Strength Rating
Earnings Per Share Growth Rating

IBD Composite Rating

Vol%
Chg

STOCKS DOWN
CHUY 39.24 2.22 +83
LNKD 193.7 5.15 6
r PCLN 902.1 9.61 11
STMP 38.01 4.73 +169
MELI 105.7 2.82 +8
r VRX 91.53 2.27 26
MDSO 76.17 5.57 +34
r PCP 231.7 2.74 24
SMP 34.53 3.04 +203
GOOG 919.6 5.08 15
REGN 262.7 5.93 15
EQM 43.57 2.84 +868
PVH 128.0 2.57 +7
ACT 122.8 2.34 36
QIHU 52.81 2.47 +93
r CMG 379.1 5.06 +45
YY 34.62 2.72 +29
N 96.03 2.15 4
SSYS 89.42 5.74 +114
EXLP 30.05 2.25 +225
ATHN 112.2 2.10 +82
BWLD 100.5 4.55 +146
ADUS 19.53 3.53 +193
TSLA 109.1 18.21 +166
ALNY 46.62 3.75 +92
r MA 589.8 6.08 23
SODA 57.68 2.71 +63
RKT 103.9 2.64 +9
ISIS 31.34 2.21 +6
GWW 262.7 2.12 14
r IHS 108.9 2.21 36
GS 160.2 2.76 +62
PCYC 102.8 3.17 9
DVA 118.0 2.30 +19
r MPC 69.93 3.17 +63
SCTY 40.76 3.86 +8
PPG 154.8 2.15 14
KEX 81.09 2.56 +17
WHR 121.1 3.75 +84
r AZO 433.7 4.29 21
AGN 90.14 2.23 8
AEGR 77.01 2.97 3
r RE 129.8 2.40 27
r ISRG 422.1 4.65 5
WES 62.69 2.18 14
XONE 56.35 7.87 +204
LQDT 29.83 2.55 +454
CF 181.2 4.16 24
DUST 95.01 18.41 +19
SVXY 92.38 2.59 14

IBD Composite Rating


Earnings Per Share Growth Rating
Relative Price Strength Rating
Sales+Profit Margins+ROE
Accumulation/Distribution (3 mos)
52-wk

Dividend Stock Close

Vol% Vol P

6 6 6 6 6 High Stock % Yield Symbol Price Chg Chg 1000 E


87 89 95 C A+15.0 VoxxIntlA VOXX 14.57 -0.43 +51 217 11o
9 17 13 B E 11.0 Windstr 12 WIN 8.07 +0.05 -24 5.9m 18

20. MEDICAL

Daily
-0.9% Change
+20.78%Since
Jan. 1

SECTOR LEADER | NSDAQ

98 99 85 A B- 74.47JazzPhrm JAZZ.71.80 -0.81 -31 739 13


KEY DATA: EPS 3 Q Avg 41%, LQ 54%, Next Q 39%, Sales 3Q Avg 117%,
LQ 91%, Next Yr EPS 29%, Pretax 60%, ROE 44%, EPS due 08/07

SECTOR LEADER | NSDAQ

99 97 96 A A- 53.9 QstcrP 2.1 r QCOR 48.64 -0.89 -66 688 13


KEY DATA: EPS 3 Q Avg 106%, LQ 25%, Next Q 45%, Sales 3Q Avg 96%,
LQ 41%, Next Yr EPS 19%, Pretax 55%, ROE 110%, EPS due 07/24

7IPO within last 15 years and EPS & RS 80 or higher

91 96 99 D A 23.77AddusHC ADUS 19.53 -3.53+193 544 21k


87 88 87 C B- NH 7Greatbatch
GB 35.69 +0.09 -1 116 19
98 93 91 A C+ 78.27Illumina ILMN.73.89 -1.75 -27 1.0m 43
97 94 84 C A+23.47Luminex LMNX 23.05 -0.16 -68 70 54
99 90 96 A B- 83.07Medidata MDSO 76.17 -5.57 +34 241 65
89 92 89 B B- 27.17NuVasive NUVA 26.31 -0.10 -9 315 23
93 82 83 A B 20.97Omnicell OMCL 20.50 -0.05 -27 125 21
98 80 98 A B+ 26.07Santarus SNTS 24.67 -0.72 -4 1.4m 42
93 83 82 C A- 85.97WellPoi 1.8 WLP 85.35 -0.33 +15 2.2m 10
89 91 71 B B 51.8
41 69 38 A D+ 38.8
83 83 65 A C 48.0
91 72 88 B B- 24.9
67 43 91 B D+ NH
75 22 99 D A- NH
52 4 80 B C- 40.9
97 90 87 A B 133
58 4 99 .. B+ NH
89 71 83 B B- 65.2
37 90 15 B D 50.6
63 63 27 A C- 16.7
59 31 71 B B 29.6
93 98 46 A C+ 125
90 74 73 A A 39.8
97 80 86 A C+ 34.3
60 89 15 A C- 116
89 59 99 E A+51.0
66 56 80 D E 25.7
69 87 79 C C 58.8
88 88 56 A B- 114
84 68 80 B A NH
34 68 20 B C 84.7
68 82 57 C D+ 12.9
97 95 93 A A+21.9
37 15 37 D A- 25.4
55 34 54 B B+ NH
37 45 40 B E 53.5
56 59 48 B B- NH
74 71 55 A B- 74.0
76 77 70 A B 102
32 42 42 C C 127
65 97 33 A C 32.9
98 90 85 A B 242
40 2 74 E B- 71.6
64 38 95 D B- 17.6
76 68 91 C C+ 9.8
56 38 72 C C+ 49.6
34 34 71 D C+ 30.3
93 92 80 B B NH
92 92 84 B B+ NH
64 53 90 C D+ 27.9
54 79 60 D B- 50.0
57 6 94 E A 22.7

Abaxis
.0 ABAX 49.75 -0.32 -34 76 59
AbbottL 1.6 r ABT 35.70 +0.22 +15 8.5m 8
AbbVie 3.7 r ABBV 43.81 -0.81 -26 3.7m 12
Abiomed r ABMD 23.70 +0.05 -49 184 64
AcadiaHlthcr ACHC 35.15 -0.59 -50 191 46
AcadiaPhm ACAD 19.92 -0.36 -22 2.8m ..
AcordaThrp ACOR 37.94 -0.32 -6 318 38
Actavis
ACT 122.8 -2.34 -36 1.1m 19
Aegerion
AEGR 77.01 -2.97 -3 701 ..
Aetna
1.3 r AET 62.52 -1.00 +16 3.3m 11
AirMet .0 AIRM.34.86 -1.89 +63 913 17
Akorn
AKRX 14.00 +0.01 -60 230 27
Alere
ALR 26.79 -0.42 -23 398 13
Alexion
r ALXN 107.0 -0.89 +32 2.1m 46
AlignTech ALGN 38.19 -0.51 +67 1.2m 33
Alkermes ALKS.29.63 -1.00 -46 869 22
Allergn
.2 AGN 90.14 -2.23 -8 2.8m 21
AlnylamPh ALNY 46.62 -3.75 +92 1.2m ..
AMAGPhrm AMAG 23.16 -0.46 -30 85 ..
Amerisr 1.4 r ABC 58.28 +0.04 -14 2.0m 19
Amgen 1.8 r AMGN 104.1 -0.40 -45 1.9m 15
AmsurgA
AMSG 39.26 +0.34 -19 97 19
Analogic .6 ALOG 69.82 -0.29 -1 50 19
AngioDynm ANGO 12.10 +0.10+165 167 34o
AnikaTherp ANIK 19.05 -2.14+241 338 21
AriadPhrm ARIA 19.76 -1.22 +28 3.6m ..
ArthroCare ARTC 36.96 -0.04 -3 121 30
AstraZn 6.6 AZN 49.73 +0.25 -25 1.4m 8
BardCR
.8 r BCR 112.0 -0.03 +8 629 17
BaxterI 2.7 r BAX 72.83 +0.15 -37 2.2m 15
BectDic 1.9 BDX 101.9 -0.27 -36 585 17
BioRadA
BIO 118.4 -1.43 -50 40 21
BioRefLabs BRLI 27.00 -0.09 -43 208 16o
BiogenIdec r BIIB 222.9 -1.48 -28 1.1m 31
Biomarin BMRN 62.83 -1.19 -1 1.6m ..
BioScrip
BIOS 16.70 ... -7 612 99
BostonSci
BSX 9.47 -0.10 -67 6.4m 14
BrstMyr 3.1 BMY 44.99 -0.17 -60 4.5m 25
BrkdlLiving BKD 28.41 -0.05 0 1.0m ..
Cambrex
CBM 15.19 -0.36 -5 128 16k
CantelD
.4 CMN 25.35 -0.43 +1 113 28o
CapitalSrLvng CSU 25.71 +0.06 -60 73 88
Cardinal 2.5 r CAH 49.22 -0.52 -37 1.6m 13
CardiovS
CSII 21.27 +0.01 0 160 ..

5 5 5 5 5 52-wk

Dividend Stock Close


Vol% Vol P
High Stock % Yield Symbol Price Chg Chg 1000 E

Accumulation/Distribution (3 mos)
Sales+Profit Margins+ROE
Relative Price Strength Rating
Earnings Per Share Growth Rating

IBD Composite Rating

B12

WEDNESDAY, JULY 17, 2013

INVESTORS.COM

Most Active NYSE Stocks

NYSE Most % Up In Price

Cmp EPS Rel Acc


Rtg Rnk Str Dis Stock Name

Closing
Vol
Price Change (mil)

Vol%
Chg

EPS Rel
Rnk Str Stock Name

69
53
43
69
43
37
79
37
88
33

3.06
13.92
4.43
51.83
28.68
4.00
9.74
23.43
16.60
40.23

+86
+18
+40
+2
50
13
+57
4
+47
+148

99
69
1
90
54
27
73
61
85
96

80
61
20
95
51
39
78
61
61
65

98
85
94
85
42
88
83
46
89
35

C+
C
A
D
D
B
B
D
B
C

Rite Aid
Bank Of America
Adv Micro Devices
Citigroup
Pfizer
Nokia
Regions Finl
General Electric
Ford Motor
Coca Cola

+0.23
+0.04
+0.03
+0.02
0.11
0.12
0.19
0.20
0.52
0.78

43.24
144.75
39.61
33.09
34.85
27.40
25.94
38.15
63.09
33.49

Most Active Nasdaq Stocks

96
67
94
86
9
57
17
68
6
71

Closing
Vol
Price Change (mil)

Vol% EPS Rel


Chg Rnk Str Stock Name

70
54
92
85
88
..
84
5
94
91

13.38
24.25
36.27
26.32
3.67
75.37
25.71
9.13
26.88
109.1

+4
10
19
14
12
15
37
26
+81
+166

97
46
77
38
84
54
84
15
89
99

D+
C+
B
B
D+
E
A
E
C
A

Micron Tech
Intel
Microsoft
Facebook Inc Cl A
Sirius X M Radio
Pwrshrs Qqq Trust Sr 1
Cisco
Blackberry
Yahoo
Tesla Motors Inc

+0.31
+0.31
+0.10
+0.04
+0.01
0.10
0.22
0.24
0.46
18.21

Top Fidelity Sector Funds

42.85
34.30
36.33
30.77
54.68
28.00
26.25
18.61
29.34
32.28

+ 46% + 12%
+ 29% + 4%
+ 29% + 5%
+ 28% + 3%
+ 27% + 5%
+ 26% + 0%
+ 26% + 3%
+ 25% + 1%
+ 24% + 3%
+ 24% + 6%

74
11
..
26
95
3
62
66
..
91

92
39
21
99
98
91
3
7
34
57

Vol%
Chg

+5.33
+1.95
+2.06
+4.22
+1.40
+1.16
+1.97
+1.65
+.91
+2.10

+440
+127
+410
+517
+17
67
12
+172
1
+41

Net
Up

Vol%
Chg

Symbol

Closing
Price

22.81
16.97
46.90
43.60
24.90
35.00
45.42
69.01
53.91
22.99

YTD
Symbol | % Chg

GH Solar
MV Glb Alt Engy
PS Wh Clean Enrgy
IS Nasdaq Biotech
IS DJ US Broker Idx
Spdr S&P Biotech
Spdr S&P Retail
PS Dyn Food & Bev
IS Phlx Sox Smcdct
Spdr KBW Insurance

Russell2K IWM Close 103.060.52 (0.5%)

Net
Up

32.93
20.48
23.84
65.13
27.16
22.73
39.68
38.86
21.47
50.22

S H F L Entertainment SHFL
Geeknet
GKNT
Velctyshrs Emg Mkts Dr EMDR
Epizyme Inc
EPZM
Farmers Cap Bk
FFKT
Bluebird Bio Inc
BLUE
Royal Gold Inc
RGLD
Randgold Resrcs
GOLD
Ishrs Msci Emg Mk Grw EGRW
Marlin Business Svc MRLN

Top Sector ETFs

YTD 4 Wk
% Chg | % Chg

1. Biotechnlgy
2. Automotive
3. Health Care
4. Insurance
5. Multimedia
6. Brokrge&Inv
7. IT Services
8. Transport
9. Consmr Disc
10. Banking

Closing
Price

SFUN
DRL
XPO
BYI
GG
KNM
FNV
HCA
SLW
SUSS

Nasdaq Most % Up In Price

Cmp EPS Rel Acc


Rtg Rnk Str Dis Stock Name

59
48
74
86
90
..
69
22
94
59

Symbol

Soufun Hldgs Ltd Ads A


Doral Financial Corp
X P O Logistics Inc
Bally Technologies
Goldcorp
Konami
Franco Nevada Corp
H C A Holdings Inc
Silver Wheaton Corp
Susser Holdings

Since Jan 1, +22.22%

TAN
GEX
PBW
IBB
IAI
XBI
XRT
PBJ
SOXX
KIE

+77%
+46%
+43%
+39%
+34%
+34%
+29%
+28%
+28%
+28%

+4.11 +999
+2.04 +143
+4.04 17
+3.43 +49
+1.81 +53
+2.50 22
+3.07 +54
+4.37 +33
+3.38 55
+1.34 27

Groups With Best %


Of New High Stocks

Medical-diversified
Compter sftwr-dsgn
Food-meat products
Media-diversified
Machnry-tools & re
Comml svc-doc mgmt
Insurance-life
Telcom svc-wirles
Rtail-hme frnshngs
Comptr sftwr-dsktp

N.Y.S.E. Comp Close 948931.96 (0.34%)

50%
44%
40%
39%
33%
30%
29%
29%
29%
29%
Since Jan 1, +12.38%

67% of NYSE stocks are above their 200 day moving average price line

S&P 400 MDY Close 221.231.77 (0.79%)

Since Jan 1, +19.13%

IBD Composite Rating


Earnings Per Share Growth Rating
Relative Price Strength Rating
Sales+Profit Margins+ROE
Accumulation/Distribution (3 mos)
52-wk

IBD Composite Rating


Earnings Per Share Growth Rating
Relative Price Strength Rating
Sales+Profit Margins+ROE
Accumulation/Distribution (3 mos)
52-wk

6 6 6 6 6 High
62 51 80 C B- 39.2
51 99 24 C D- 58.2
99 98 91 A C- 136
79 34 99 E A 22.0
75 28 87 C B+ 55.8
54 98 20 B D+ 43.8
45 45 50 B D- 46.9
56 25 73 E B+ 15.5
95 82 95 A C 31.2
86 63 94 C B- NH
98 93 86 A B 76.8
68 17 99 .. A 86.3
83 71 90 C B 51.3
56 58 50 C B 34.9
98 94 81 A A NH
40 28 61 .. B- 12.7
84 66 84 C B- 80.5
51 72 31 A D+ 68.8
65 36 66 B B- 56.7
32 63 35 D B- 14.1
95 95 60 A A- 56.7
69 80 47 B B 30.2
75 89 38 A B- 131
43 64 44 A D- 44.2
50 4 75 D B+ 14.9
67 50 94 D B 24.4
86 76 64 A B- 39.3
53 97 5 A C+ 110
65 55 71 E A- 14.8
49 65 27 B C 58.4
46 7 66 D A- NH
19 4 38 D C- 31.0
25 41 29 .. C- 22.4
96 95 74 A B 39.9
91 63 94 D B 17.6
34 13 39 D A 16.4
87 90 78 B B+ 39.0
73 82 67 C C+ 21.2
91 97 56 A B+ 66.1
30 43 43 D D 20.0
33 11 70 E B- NH
28 64 20 B D- 39.1
82 37 95 D A 42.3
31 51 39 D D 16.0
24 31 58 D C 12.9
98 78 92 A B- 58.1
31 55 26 C B 19.5
57 43 52 B C 54.0
93 92 70 A A- 19.9
89 97 73 A B- 31.6
38 61 68 .. E 41.8
88 87 56 A B+ 44.8
83 91 77 B B 37.2
86 52 97 B A 17.3
46 37 71 D C 33.7
80 85 81 A D NH
34 5 93 E B 17.6
48 38 51 D B 99
81 81 72 C B+ 103
48 43 52 B B 38.2
50 53 44 B B 37.4
40 69 20 A D- 24.0
69 58 69 C A- 40.0
82 91 60 C B 87.3
69 39 97 .. C+ 26.8
90 87 77 B B- 55.5
96 80 87 C A- 38.5
86 88 78 B C+ 76.6
74 89 38 A B+ 101
64 24 75 D A- 20.0
44 43 38 B B 27.3
60 64 56 .. B- 26.2
10 3 3 E E 50.5

Dividend Stock Close


Vol% Vol P
Stock % Yield Symbol Price Chg Chg 1000 E

Carefusion
CFN 38.61 -0.52 -44 1.3m 19
Catamar .0 CTRX.49.39 -0.42 -43 1.2m 37
Celgene
r CELG 135.1 +0.12 -14 2.6m 25
CelldexTh
CLDX 20.21 -0.86 -22 1.6m ..
Centene
CNC 55.40 +0.42 +45 582 45
Cepheid
CPHD 34.04 -0.60 -15 411 79
CharlesRvLb CRL 43.82 -0.56 -47 209 16
ChemoCentryx CCXI 14.58 +0.12 -47 92 ..
ChinaBion CBPO 25.50 -0.10 -44 12 13k
Chindex
CHDX 17.95 +0.33 -49 16 69
CIGNA
.1 CI 74.95 -0.94 -11 1.6m 11
ClovisOnclg CLVS 74.97 +0.41 -59 184 ..k
CommtyH .0 CYH 48.50 +1.09 +53 1.7m 13
Conmed 1.8 CNMD 32.94 -0.11 -52 56 18k
CooperC
.0 COO 125.1 -2.00 -16 304 22o
CoronadBios CNDO 8.21 -0.40 +32 527 ..
Covance
CVD 79.11 -0.47 -33 230 27
Covidien 1.7 r COV 60.07 +0.23 +6 2.8m 13
CubistPhar CBST 52.70 -1.05 -44 599 24
Cutera
CUTR 9.55 +0.07 -70 56 ..
Cyberonics r CYBX 53.28 -0.20 -30 233 30o
Cynosure
CYNO 26.85 +0.19 -24 206 31
DaVita
DVA 118.0 -2.30 +19 1.1m 18
Dentsply .6 XRAY 42.02 +0.02 -10 795 19
DermaSci
DSCI 14.01 -0.01 +52 52 ..
DexCom
DXCM 22.78 -0.79 -38 376 ..
DrRedyL .6 RDY 39.01 -0.24 +50 350 20
EdwrdlifeSc r EW 66.41 -1.03 +1 1.3m 23
Elan
ELN 14.08 -0.13 -48 6.4m ..
LillyEl
3.8 r LLY 51.00 -0.54 -27 4.0m 14
EmergBio
EBS 17.51 +0.01 -27 113 28
Emeritus
ESC 24.38 -0.03 -16 305 ..
EnantPharm ENTA 17.69 -0.27 +8 61 29k
EndoHlth r ENDP 38.50 -0.60 -44 1.2m 7
Endocyte
ECYT 16.83 -0.36 -27 210 ..
Endologx
ELGX 14.89 -0.46 -5 533 ..
Ensign .7 r ENSG 38.81 +0.20 -43 43 15k
Exactech
EXAC 20.95 +0.46 +9 26 20k
ExprsScrpt ESRX 64.93 -0.09 -21 3.4m 16
Fluidigm
FLDM 16.88 -0.12 -46 52 ..k
ForestLabs
FRX 43.37 -0.61 -23 1.3m 92
FresenM 1.0 FMS 32.75 +0.18 -62 95 18
FuriexPhar FURX 39.11 -0.36 -20 52 ..
GenMark GNMK 10.13 -0.09 -42 257 ..
GntvaHlth
GTIV 10.25 +0.13 -19 201 8
GileadS
.0 GILD 57.14 -0.52 -22 8.5m 28
GivenImg
GIVN 15.51 +0.03 +17 160 21
GlaxoSm 4.5 GSK 51.87 -0.75 -4 2.2m 14
GlobusMed GMED 17.64 +0.06 -45 315 21o
Grifols
.7 GRFS 30.22 -0.48 -81 143 25
HCAHld
.0 HCA 38.86 +1.65+172 10m 11
Haemone .0 r HAE 44.66 -0.02 -53 142 26
Hanger
HGR 34.99 -0.66 +49 214 18
HlthMgtA HMA 16.64 -0.10 -46 3.3m 26
HealthNet
HNT 31.95 -0.28 -13 505 31
HealthSouth r HLS 31.37 -0.13 -32 349 17
Healthwys HWAY 16.42 -0.17 +25 512 71
HeartWire HTWR 95.19 -0.82 -25 132 ..
HenrySchn r HSIC 102.1 -0.26 -16 334 22
HiTechP .0 HITK 36.53 +0.27 -24 70 17o
HillRom 1.6 r HRC 34.33 +0.21 -20 273 16k
Hologic
HOLX 19.70 -0.21 -20 2.6m 13
Hospira
HSP 39.23 -0.33 -46 598 19
Humana 1.3 HUM 85.16 +0.06 -21 1.1m 10
HypernThera HPTX 25.61 -0.55 +9 101 ..
IPCHosptl
IPCM 51.70 +0.40 -4 98 26
Icon
ICLR.37.50 -0.69 -28 202 31
ICUMedical ICUI 73.76 +0.65 -9 125 25
IdexxLabs r IDXX 95.56 -0.52 -49 228 29
Immunogn IMGN 19.02 -0.42 +3 708 ..
ImpaxLabs IPXL 20.25 +0.13 -56 482 11
Incyte
INCY 23.31 +0.04 -47 643 ..
InfinityPhr
INFI 17.16 -0.19 -68 715 ..

5 5 5 5 5 52-wk

Dividend Stock Close


Vol% Vol P
High Stock % Yield Symbol Price Chg Chg 1000 E

Accumulation/Distribution (3 mos)
Sales+Profit Margins+ROE
Relative Price Strength Rating
Earnings Per Share Growth Rating

IBD Composite Rating

6 6 6 6 6 High
68 42 89 D B 33.6
41 54 41 B D 44.5
66 2 97 E A+52.5
56 96 8 A C 585
8 1 6 D D- 19.7
85 36 98 D A 34.3
77 73 70 A B NH
73 82 89 D B- 14.5
36 42 59 C B- 24.1
54 66 42 B B- 101
96 80 98 C A 14.2
90 77 84 B B 74.8
59 53 69 C C+ 53.3
97 72 98 D A+46.6
79 95 61 B B 137
93 95 64 B B+ 58.6
75 76 59 A B- 24.2
38 58 65 C D- NH
94 98 51 A C- 37.4
41 9 45 D A- 59.2
87 84 72 A B 96.1
83 80 73 A C NH
43 38 42 B D+ 50.2
62 65 44 A C+ 23.2
33 34 24 C A- 15.4
75 93 51 A D+ 42.4
85 56 88 D B+ 39.5
29 1 57 E B 15.7
92 95 75 A B NH
91 89 66 A D+ 38.3
63 88 31 B B 15.2
49 4 74 E B+ 12.9
92 94 75 B B- 59.3
67 22 94 E A- NH
60 47 87 D B- 15.1
68 68 54 B C 75.7
87 97 29 A B+ 194
67 16 96 .. A NH
36 39 70 D C- 16.3
70 69 84 D B NH
34 44 9 D B+ 15.0
71 35 94 D C+ 136
52 13 71 D B 16.8
20 49 6 C C+ 45.6
39 49 63 D B 35.5
70 10 94 D A 33.4
95 92 91 B C+ NH
47 58 54 C C 40.0
63 57 46 B B 35.9
91 88 54 A B+ 129
43 51 42 B D- 31.2
78 4 93 B A- 109
43 78 47 D C 16.5
71 73 50 A C+ 17.1
63 1 98 .. A+57.2
63 69 46 B B 22.2
23 44 31 C D- 64.9
95 81 91 A B 28.9
98 80 93 A B+ 283
54 1 93 D B- 21.3
80 96 52 A D- 51.4
87 90 74 C B- 15.8
91 70 85 D A+23.3
93 35 91 A A- NH
73 37 84 D B+ 11.2
45 27 52 B B- 55.9
44 2 99 E C NH
64 17 79 D B+ 39.0
88 80 54 A B+ 102
79 88 56 A D+ 75.8
84 85 45 A B 60.3
61 58 74 D B- 21.0
81 80 67 B B- NH
66 3 99 .. A+28.9
78 75 74 B C+ 46.6
72 77 63 A D- 70.0
48 68 27 A D+ 28.0
26 59 11 C B- 12.8
25 2 25 D C+ 58.0
14 6 3 E B- 11.9
77 93 77 .. B- 64.2

Dividend Stock Close


Vol% Vol P
Stock % Yield Symbol Price Chg Chg 1000 E

Insulet
PODD 32.84 -0.70 -46 233 ..
IntegraLfsci IART 37.79 -0.40 -33 118 13
InterceptPhrm ICPT 49.37 -0.43 -3 90 ..k
IntSurg
r ISRG 422.1 -4.65 -5 429 26
IronwdPhr IRWD 11.39 +0.06 -33 859 ..
IsisPhrm
ISIS 31.34 -2.21 +6 1.9m ..
Johnson 2.9 JNJ 90.40 ... +14 11m 16o
KindredHl
KND 14.38 +0.40 -15 396 8
LHCGroup LHCG 22.30 +0.50 +36 89 14
LabCorpAmer r LH 97.28 -0.06 +29 1.0m 14
Lannett
LCI 13.89 -0.09 -52 56 38
LifeTech
r LIFE 74.62 -0.01 -35 1.5m 18
LifepntHosp r LPNT 51.38 +0.03 -39 211 17
LigandPhar r LGND 44.13 -0.57 +2 284 99
MWIVet
MWIV 129.7 -1.37 -35 34 27
MagllnHlth MGLN 57.57 -0.44 -33 110 10
Masimo .0 r MASI 23.40 +0.22 +1 245 21
McKesson .7 MCK 118.3 -1.21 -33 809 18
Medicines MDCO 31.28 -0.30 -23 717 16
Medivat .0 MDVN 55.50 -1.74 -20 899 ..
Mednax
MD 94.98 -0.41 -50 108 19
Medtron 2.1 r MDT 53.52 -0.17 -33 3.6m 14o
Merck 3.6 r MRK 48.23 -0.29 -40 11m 13
Meridia 3.4 VIVO 22.34 -0.52 +27 199 25
MeritMed MMSI 12.50 +0.20 -13 172 18
Mindray 1.2 MR.37.63 +0.74 +51 1.2m 19
MolinaHlth MOH 38.99 +0.09 -35 354 86
MomentaPh MNTA 15.17 +0.05 -18 292 ..
Mylan
r MYL 32.11 -0.02 -19 3.7m 11
MyriadGen MYGN 31.80 ... -4 2.3m 20
NatusMed BABY 12.51 ... -47 111 17
NektrTh
NKTR 12.62 -0.13 -52 513 ..
Neogen
NEOG 57.77 -0.77 +63 112 53
Neurocrine NBIX 14.43 -0.36 -39 388 ..
NovadaqTch NVDQ 13.46 -0.29 +44 277 ..
Novartis 2.8 NVS 73.47 -0.24 -31 1.0m 13
NovoNrd 1.4 NVO 162.4 -1.10 -32 211 22
NPSPharma NPSP 17.66 -0.07 +1 1.8m ..
NxstageMed NXTM 14.05 ... -36 217 ..
Omnicare 1.1 r OCR 49.66 -0.16 -42 522 18
OncogenexPh OGXI 10.13 -0.02 -26 54 ..
OnyxPharm ONXX 132.7 +1.54+106 3.5m ..
OptimerPh OPTR 15.31 -0.10 -34 675 ..
Orthofix
OFIX 27.97 -0.36 -55 111 10
OwensMi 2.7 OMI 35.33 +0.65 +51 555 19k
PacirPhrm PCRX 32.90 -0.11 -23 351 ..
Parexel
r PRXL 49.65 -0.11 -39 341 32
Pattrsn 1.6 r PDCO 39.75 -0.10 -28 498 19o
Perkine
.8 PKI 33.38 -0.58 +2 1.2m 16
Perrigo .3 PRGO 128.0 -0.38 -42 419 24o
Pfizer
3.3 r PFE 28.68 -0.11 -50 35m 13
Pharmcyclcs PCYC 102.8 -3.17 -9 828 96o
Pharmerica PMC 14.23 +0.23 -29 189 9
Photmedex r PHMD 15.87 +0.05 -38 71 7
PumaBiotech PBYI 54.77 -1.12 +12 289 ..k
QiagenNV r QGEN 20.54 +0.03 -23 601 19
QuestDi 2.0 DGX 60.14 +0.25 -28 855 14
Quidel
QDEL 28.77 +0.02 -32 115 30
RegeneronPh REGN 262.7 -5.93 -15 756 43
ReprosTh
RPRX 20.94 +0.88 +5 469 ..
Resmed 1.5 RMD.45.14 +0.10 -13 922 19
RochstrMd ROCM 15.33 +0.22+107 65 37
SagentPhrm SGNT 23.06 +0.13 -28 84 99k
SalixPharm SLXP 68.98 -0.75 -25 459 21
SngmoBio SGMO 9.68 -0.12 +13 927 ..
Sanofi
2.4 SNY 51.90 -0.55 -48 558 14
SareptaT .0 SRPT 43.93 -0.68 -15 1.2m ..
SeattleGen SGEN 38.55 -0.08 +40 1.5m ..
ShirePlc .5 SHPG 101.2 -1.00 -75 126 16
SironaDent r SIRO 67.92 +0.78 -20 475 21
Smith&Ne 2.2 SNN 58.83 -0.22 +50 73 13k
Spectranet SPNC 18.91 -0.17 -28 183 99
StJudeM 2.1 r STJ 48.46 -0.43 +1 2.2m 13
StemlineThr STML 26.95 -0.19 -33 133 ..k
Steris
1.7 STE 44.68 -0.19 -21 240 19k
Stryker 1.5 r SYK 68.67 +0.45 +8 1.4m 16
Surmodics r SRDX 21.91 +0.08 -15 71 28
SymtryMed SMA 8.83 -0.06 -54 159 16k
SyngvBioPh GEVA 47.99 -1.60 -59 50 ..
SyntaPh
SNTA 5.59 +0.15 +3 2.1m ..
TaroPharm TARO 59.98 +0.26 -20 14 10k

5 5 5 5 5 52-wk

Dividend Stock Close


Vol% Vol P
High Stock % Yield Symbol Price Chg Chg 1000 E

Accumulation/Distribution (3 mos)
Sales+Profit Margins+ROE
Relative Price Strength Rating
Earnings Per Share Growth Rating

IBD Composite Rating

IBD Composite Rating


Earnings Per Share Growth Rating
Relative Price Strength Rating
Sales+Profit Margins+ROE
Accumulation/Distribution (3 mos)
52-wk

6 6 6 6 6 High
68 58 46 B B+ 75.2
85 97 93 C D 49.5
42 1 98 .. C- 52.0
38 53 31 B C 42.8
61 25 92 E B+ 43.0
95 89 83 B B- 89.5
36 67 14 B C- 39.9
85 81 75 B B 19.0
61 67 66 D C- 23.7
99 91 71 A A- 69.7
80 61 62 B B 68.8
86 87 84 B C- 71.5
70 71 69 B B 31.6
99 93 92 A A- 96.3
60 15 96 C B 21.0
72 84 44 A B- 75.8
80 97 35 B B 17.2
83 66 80 B A- 28.2
67 2 95 B B 88.0
41 11 69 D B 31.4
24 70 7 D B+ 30.2
85 66 90 B B- 20.8
55 25 43 B B+ 68.7
76 59 79 B A- 73.1
45 16 80 E A- NH
93 78 81 A C+ 21.9
72 73 64 B C- 81.9
35 37 28 B C- 35.4

Dividend Stock Close


Vol% Vol P
Stock % Yield Symbol Price Chg Chg 1000 E

Techne 1.6 r TECH 73.64 -0.76


TenetHl
.0 THC 45.19 +1.48
Tesaro
TSRO 39.01 -0.20
TevaPha 2.4 TEVA 39.41 -0.44
Theravance THRX 40.29 -1.25
ThermoF .7 r TMO 87.56 -0.68
Thoratec r THOR 31.76 +0.34
Trinity 1.1 TRIB 18.08 -0.06
TripleSMgmt r GTS 21.89 +0.07
UnitdThrp r UTHR 67.96 -1.24
Unitedh 1.7 r UNH 66.91 -0.71
Univrsl
.3 UHS 68.08 -0.03
USPhysT 1.3 USPH 29.86 -0.33
ValeantPhar r VRX 91.53 -2.27
VangrdHlth VHS 20.84 ...
VarianMed r VAR 69.85 +0.48
VasclrSoltns VASC 15.70 -0.04
VCAAntech r WOOF 27.48 -0.46
VertexPhar VRTX 85.49 -1.26
Viropharma VPHM 30.58 ...
Volcano
VOLC 19.25 -0.41
WarnrC 2.6 r WCRX 19.45 -0.28
WellcareHlth WCG 59.22 +0.41
WestPha 1.0 WST 72.47 +0.03
WrightMed WMGI 27.77 -0.27
WuXiPharm r WX 20.44 -0.35
Zimmer 1.0 ZMH 80.13 +0.57
Zoetis
.8 ZTS 31.16 -0.42

21. INSURNCE

-4 131 23k
+28 2.3m 29
+58 627 ..k
+23 4.2m 7
-61 650 ..
-39 1.5m 17
+25 1.0m 18
+41 78 23
-36 122 10k
-2 592 12
+7 5.5m 13
+10 753 15
-57 21 20k
-26 1.5m 19
-55 469 25o
+10 843 17
+84 96 24
+64 1.2m 19
-35 1.1m 99
-28 547 71
-28 706 99
-60 3.2m 5
-3 556 13
-5 134 25k
-25 287 99
+14 408 14
+31 1.3m 14
-55 4.3m 31

Daily
-0.3% Change
+21.59%Since
Jan. 1

SECTOR LEADER | NYSE

95 93 90 A C+ 36.0 HCIGro

2.7 HCI 32.93 +0.15 -21 166 8

KEY DATA: EPS 3 Q Avg 66%, LQ 106%, Next Q 65%, Sales 3Q Avg 49%,

LQ 48%, Next Yr EPS 46%, Pretax 30%, ROE 33%, EPS due 08/01

7IPO within last 15 years and EPS & RS 80 or higher

88 89 91 A E 24.77Assured 1.8 r AGO 22.52 -0.26 -56 813 6


46 45 58 B C+ NH
78 70 70 A C+ 59.4
45 29 52 B B- 404
35 34 53 B C NH
32 17 69 C C NH
85 65 85 D B+ 17.3
48 41 73 C C+ 51.9
41 6 79 C C- 47.1
69 54 88 D B+ 29.3
74 58 79 C B 38.4
96 93 85 A B NH
73 84 68 B C 67.9
55 62 66 B D- 54.6
65 65 79 D B- 46.3
30 25 59 B E 39.2
51 21 82 C C+ NH
61 48 79 C C NH
43 53 42 C B- 45.6
78 84 68 A C NH
87 89 89 D B+ 14.4
30 80 10 D D 52.7
29 52 48 C E 90.6
62 72 61 C D+ 50.6
26 39 55 C E 35.3
22 34 31 D D+ 16.5
52 49 76 C B- 28.2
68 44 83 C B+ NH
44 31 78 D B- NH
71 66 60 A A- 83.6
57 72 56 B D- 136
93 88 84 C B+ NH
70 97 34 A C 27.2
51 94 28 B E 27.4
70 75 65 A C- 45.9
85 74 97 E B- 12.9
23 15 47 D C+ NH
54 42 75 D B+ 52.9
72 31 88 C B 32.2
80 78 71 B B+ 45.8
21 34 4 B B 15.9
49 30 80 C B- 26.5
52 48 58 D B NH
49 61 60 E B 36.0
87 62 92 B B- 40.7
34 29 46 C C 47.1
89 80 86 A B- 16.2
74 51 81 C A NH
86 69 85 D B- 17.6
74 91 56 C B- 546
73 87 63 B B- 41.9
33 32 56 D B 47.0
82 63 86 C C+ 49.3
31 14 54 B C 27.5
60 22 84 C A- NH
61 73 52 C B 62.0
62 60 79 D B- 14.5
42 56 49 C D+ 15.3
54 70 52 C C+ 96.4
76 80 79 B D+ NH
89 57 84 A A- NH
71 66 81 B E 39.1
72 52 74 B B+ NH
50 65 60 B E 26.5
63 36 83 D B NH
94 78 89 B A- 78.6
96 99 69 A C 36.8
66 39 75 B A NH
31 6 99 E C 14.3
88 82 78 C B- 73.0
38 31 44 A C 95.0
50 42 61 C B+ 54.4
55 45 75 D B- NH
85 65 89 D A NH
56 34 84 E A NH
88 80 86 B B NH
65 47 76 D B- 32.1
70 44 85 C B 17.5
90 76 77 B B NH
44 40 69 D B NH
29 40 52 C D- 89.0
40 41 62 D C- 29.6
79 72 87 C B- 32.0
37 56 36 B C- 40.1
59 61 64 B B NH
58 73 72 C E 33.0

ACELtd
2.2 ACE 93.22 -0.51 -32 1.1m 11
AFLAC
2.4 AFL 59.18 +0.28 -29 1.9m 9
Alleghany
Y 398.0 -5.69 -29 32 19k
AlliedW 2.1 AWH 94.64 -1.33 -34 113 17
Allstate 2.0 r ALL 51.00 -0.20 -51 1.7m 11
AmerEqu .9 AEL 17.19 -0.05 -4 644 9
AmerFncl 1.5 AFG 51.59 -0.08 -25 243 15
AmerIntlGrp r AIG 46.24 -0.46 -48 8.4m 13
AmerSafety ASI 29.16 +0.06 -71 34 60k
Amerisa .8 AMSF 37.83 +0.26+126 135 25k
Amtrust 1.4 AFSI 39.70 -0.37 +34 546 13
Aon
1.0 AON 67.16 -0.26 -57 641 15
ArchCaptl
ACGL 54.01 -0.52 0 520 18
ArgoGro 1.2 AGII 45.62 +0.43 -33 70 24
AspenIns 1.9 AHL 38.29 ... -31 400 10k
Assurant 1.9 AIZ 53.27 +0.08 -39 344 10
AXISCap 2.1 r AXS 47.99 -0.26 -33 624 11
Berkely .9 r WRB 43.50 -0.58 +11 730 16
Brwn&Br 1.1 BRO 33.58 -0.21+102 1.4m 23o
CNOFncl .9 r CNO 13.97 -0.22 -7 1.3m 14
ChinaLi
.8 LFC 36.06 +0.02 -46 125 27o
Chubb
2.0 r CB 87.19 +0.19 +14 1.2m 15
Cincinnati 3.3 CINF 48.98 -0.42 -2 766 18
CNAFncl 2.4 CNA 33.67 +0.15 -16 153 15
DoneglA 3.5 DGICA 14.37 +0.12 -54 11 20k
eHealth
r EHTH 24.92 -1.02 -51 85 40
Employe
.9 EIG 26.81 +0.33 -14 101 62k
Enduran 2.4 ENH 53.32 -0.19 -20 236 25
ErieInd 2.9 ERIE 82.12 +0.32 -33 20 27k
EverstRe 1.5 r RE 129.8 -2.40 -27 287 8
FBLFncl 1.0 r FFG 45.70 ... -7 41 14k
Fidelit 2.7 r FNF 24.01 -0.26 -30 2.2m 10
FirstAm 2.1 FAF 22.39 ... -21 836 7
Gallaghr 3.1 AJG 44.72 -0.63 +5 523 24
Genworth
GNW 12.78 -0.04 -43 5.2m 12
Greenlight
GLRE 26.28 -0.11 -5 128 99
Hanover 2.5 r THG 52.32 -0.01 -24 196 85k
Hartford 1.3 HIG 31.80 -0.20 -60 2.2m 10
HCCInsur 1.5 r HCC 45.25 -0.21 -47 186 11k
HlthInsInvs HIIQ. 9.94 -0.04 -68 27 ..k
HoraceM 3.0 HMN 26.24 -0.13 -24 100 13
Infinity
1.8 IPCC 66.07 +1.28 -11 34 69k
Kemper 2.7 KMPR 35.68 -0.30 -31 93 33k
Lincoln 1.2 r LNC 40.12 +0.17 +12 3.4m 8
Loews
.5 L 45.66 -0.15 -32 601 16
MBIA
MBI 13.45 -0.25 -62 1.8m 1
Maiden 2.9 MHLD 12.29 +0.11 +88 438 17
Manulife 2.9 MFC 17.30 -0.01 -18 1.7m 13
Markel
MKL 537.6 -0.40 -49 19 18k
MarshM 2.4 MMC 41.63 +0.06 -15 2.1m 18
Mercury 5.4 MCY 45.31 -0.14+267 578 34
MetLife 2.3 MET 48.06 -0.48 -24 5.8m 8
Montpel 1.7 MRH 26.82 -0.22 +9 337 10
NatlInt 1.2 NATL 35.59 +0.09 +64 39 24k
NavigGrp
NAVG 60.64 +1.54 -40 21 20k
OldRepu 5.3 ORI 13.68 -0.19 -27 925 ..
OneBeac 5.7 OB 14.64 -0.07 -54 63 18
Partner 2.8 r PRE 91.74 -1.49 -49 302 8
Platinum .5 r PTP 59.49 +0.26 -8 196 6
Primeri 1.1 r PRI 40.45 -0.46 -4 239 14
Principal 2.4 PFG 38.79 +0.04 +11 1.6m 13
Proassur 1.8 PRA 54.77 +0.03 -34 139 12
Progres 1.1 PGR 25.69 -0.09 -5 2.9m 16
Prtctve
1.9 PL 42.09 +0.08 +11 450 12
Prudent 2.1 r PRU 77.33 -0.20 -44 1.6m 11
Prudentia 2.6 PUK 34.56 +0.37+141 463 12
RLI
1.6 RLI 83.84 +0.51 -31 48 20k
Radian
.1 RDN 12.48 +0.22 -17 5.8m ..
Reinsinsr 1.3 r RGA 72.36 -0.23 -41 298 10
Renaissa 1.3 RNR 88.12 -0.84 +25 613 10
Safety 4.5 SAFT 53.00 -0.66 -23 29 14k
Selectiv 2.0 SIGI 25.53 +0.18 -34 90 38k
Stancorp 1.8 SFG 52.03 -0.87 +52 313 14
StateAu 1.9 STFC 20.98 +0.86 -30 20 63k
Stewart
.3 STC 29.88 -0.11 -1 205 7
SunLife
4.3 SLF 31.53 -0.10 -11 349 15
Symetra 1.8 SYA 17.35 +0.01 +21 631 13k
Torchma 1.0 TMK 68.79 -0.48 -32 327 12
TowerG 3.1 r TWGP 21.21 -0.09 -29 291 ..
Travele 2.4 TRV 83.23 -0.05 -36 1.3m 12
UnitedF 2.5 UFCS 28.70 -0.32 -13 43 18k
Unum 1.9 r UNM 31.25 -0.17 -44 1.2m 9
Validus 3.4 VR 35.16 -0.41 -5 1.1m 8
Willis
2.6 WSH 43.32 -0.13 -35 675 15
XLGroup 1.7 r XL 32.14 -0.26 -17 1.8m 13

22. CHEMICAL

Daily
-0.5% Change
+10.76%Since
Jan. 1

7IPO within last 15 years and EPS & RS 80 or higher

96 87 87 A B 28.57USSilica 2.3 SLCA 21.71 -0.53 -21 1.1m 14


84 99 87 C B NH 7Westlak .7 WLK 100.4 -0.76 -12 422 16
64 28 98 .. B+ 43.9
39 22 76 B B+ 85.8
97 80 92 C A+NH
65 60 55 B B- 97.7
64 70 56 B D+ 104
57 78 48 B D- 69.0
97 80 97 B A- 30.4
67 85 48 B C 91.1
24 43 35 B D- 65.0
93 88 77 A B+ 48.8
22 53 47 E C 17.9
35 58 42 C E 44.2
60 89 64 B C 51.6
30 10 70 D C- 24.5
38 29 64 B B- NH

ADAES
ADES 42.99 +0.04
AEPInd
AEPI 76.32 -0.45
Aceto
1.5 ACET 14.91 +0.08
AirProd 3.0 APD 95.50 -1.11
Airgas 1.9 r ARG 100.6 +0.31
Albemar 1.5 r ALB 64.70 +0.06
AmerPacific APFC 30.27 +0.30
Ashland 1.6 r ASH 84.96 -1.06
Axiall
.7 AXLL 42.69 -0.34
Balchem .5 BCPC 47.67 -0.38
Braskem 3.9 BAK 14.99 -0.33
Cabot
2.0 CBT 39.08 -0.06
Celanese .8 r CE 47.27 -0.26
Chemtura r CHMT 22.23 -0.52
Compass 2.4 CMP 90.16 -0.08

-64 35 ..
-20 25 16
+48 243 17o
+5 1.7m 17
-19 389 23
+2 644 14
+11 70 18k
-14 719 12
-61 702 12
-18 65 34
-36 191 ..
+39 406 12
-19 732 11
-8 624 19
+46 214 29

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Dividend Stock Close


Vol% Vol P
High Stock % Yield Symbol Price Chg Chg 1000 E

Accumulation/Distribution (3 mos)
Sales+Profit Margins+ROE
Relative Price Strength Rating
Earnings Per Share Growth Rating

IBD Composite Rating

IBD Composite Rating


Earnings Per Share Growth Rating
Relative Price Strength Rating
Sales+Profit Margins+ROE
Accumulation/Distribution (3 mos)
52-wk

6 6 6 6 6 High
64 55 50 B B 79.6
45 91 50 D D+ 36.0
90 96 71 A B- 75.2
57 82 46 A C- 65.0
80 81 68 B C- 42.5
92 82 81 B B+ NH
87 82 82 B B 87.6
23 48 49 C D- 20.1
25 14 26 B B+ 58.5
63 57 71 B C 45.2
47 35 78 D C- 23.4
33 56 25 B C- 46.5
34 64 33 C D- 20.5
61 35 84 B B- 19.0
74 98 85 C D+ 71.3
80 92 89 C B- NH
59 68 69 C D- 45.1
74 89 58 B D- 291
48 8 94 E A- 33.3
53 61 40 B D- 26.1
90 80 96 D A- NH
34 75 38 .. C- 17.0
82 93 90 C B- 28.4
45 45 45 C B 48.4
57 64 42 B C+ 120
86 85 79 C B 67.3
54 37 78 C D+ 69.0
73 94 65 D A 52.0
21 33 54 D B- 33.4
77 72 56 A B+ 85.9
25 80 24 E C- 48.2
61 80 48 C B 65.0
72 84 89 C D+ 31.9
28 20 39 C C+ 27.4
73 76 60 B B- 64.2
50 11 89 D B+ 14.4

Dividend Stock Close


Vol% Vol P
Stock % Yield Symbol Price Chg Chg 1000 E

CytecInd .6 r CYT 77.13 -0.54 -24 487 24


DowChm 3.8 r DOW 33.97 -0.43 -1 6.0m 17
Eastmn 1.6 r EMN.73.59 -0.61 -25 1.0m 12
FMC
.9 FMC 61.58 -0.94 -24 644 17
FullerHB 1.0 FUL 40.86 +0.25 +19 259 17o
Futuref
2.9 FF 15.21 +0.45 +17 196 16
GraceWR
GRA 84.95 -1.75 +7 575 20
Huntsman 2.9 HUN 17.00 -0.53+109 5.8m 9
Innophos 2.8 IPHS 50.86 +0.81 -17 69 18
Innospec .0 IOSP 42.76 -0.04 -54 50 14k
KMGChem .5 KMG 22.85 -0.23 +47 28 20
Koppers 2.7 KOP 36.49 -3.14+606 852 11
KronosW 3.8 KRO 15.64 -0.10 -53 116 36
LuxferH 1.7 LXFR 16.79 +0.19 -36 31 10k
Lyndelb 2.9 r LYB 69.26 -1.63 -28 3.1m 12
Methanx 1.7 MEOH 46.20 +0.07 +9 368 19
MinrlsT
.4 MTX 44.61 -0.20 +2 137 21k
Newmkt 1.3 r NEU 275.4 +1.25 -28 28 15
OMGroup
OMG 32.98 -0.02 +14 215 99
Olin
3.3 OLN 23.98 -0.28 +46 804 12
Penford
PENX 15.55 +0.40+229 161 99
Petrologis 20 PDH 13.07 +0.13 -51 99 24
Polyone
.9 POL 27.62 -0.21 -15 471 22
Polypore
r PPO 41.25 -0.42 -33 467 26
Praxair
2.1 PX 116.0 -0.44 +13 1.4m 20
QuakerC 1.5 KWR 66.00 -0.67 +13 58 18k
Rockwoo 2.4 r ROC 66.00 -1.03 -8 582 19
Rogers
ROG 50.60 -0.30 -24 68 23
Schulma 2.8 SHLM 28.15 -0.22 -2 152 16o
SigmaAl 1.0 SIAL 83.68 -0.55 -4 611 21
Sinopec
2.1 SHI 32.49 +1.23 +17 18 ..
Stepan 1.1 r SCL 58.34 -0.64 -22 44 16k
Tredegar 1.0 TG 29.29 +0.34 -39 55 23
Tronox 4.7 TROX 21.23 ... -52 329 35
WD40 2.1 WDFC 57.87 -0.85 +14 61 22o
Zoltek
ZOLT 13.58 -0.16 -30 171 28

23. ENERGY

Daily
-1.1% Change
+17.24%Since
Jan. 1

7IPO within last 15 years and EPS & RS 80 or higher

84 90 81 A D 66.37Allianc 4.8 AHGP 63.77 +0.70 -12 50 16


94 82 94 A B- 42.47BonanzaCrk BCEI 39.71 -0.09 -12 399 26
83 80 85 A C- 65.67CVREner 6.3 CVI 47.29 -0.52 -25 525 5
84 95 81 B D 36.07DelekLog 4.8 DKL 32.15 -0.55 -60 22 17
97 99 86 A D 51.77EQTMids 3.4 EQM 43.57 -2.84+868 1.9m 23
86 80 93 D B- 31.27ExterranHldg EXH 31.02 +0.05 -26 425 ..
98 87 97 A B- 59.07FirstSolar FSLR.48.91 -1.36 +13 8.1m 8
97 98 93 A B- 35.47SmitMd 4.9 SMLP 34.32 -0.43 -37 48 36
98 80 99 D A+27.77Sunpower SPWR 25.69 -1.30 -19 5.0m 50
72 26 85 B A- NH
65 88 60 A E 78.5
30 80 25 B E 21.2
50 79 50 A D- 27.5
43 70 52 D C- 50.5
78 90 62 C B 92.2
12 24 38 B D 94.9
44 14 81 E B+ 53.6
33 10 60 D B- 40.1
74 85 65 A C 56.7
22 11 53 C C- 51.0
27 20 68 D D 16.6
3 13 31 .. C+ 51.7
23 27 25 B D+ 49.0
51 42 57 B B 33.0
18 21 35 C B- 45.5
23 42 44 A D+ 120
28 52 19 D B- 21.8
79 62 79 B B- 69.1
57 59 81 D C+ 72.8
39 45 32 B D 25.4
65 89 48 A D 34.4
86 80 86 B C 74.2
27 5 56 E D+ 22.2
22 28 47 B E 40.3
75 87 60 A E 67.4
24 45 48 C C- 35.1
26 44 24 B C+ 97.9
92 80 81 A B+ 31.4
16 47 28 C C 37.3
89 67 90 B B 103
41 13 94 E B 31.5
28 15 76 E B- 31.3
45 38 60 C B 23.0
40 74 50 B D 127
38 95 15 B B- 94.5
29 24 58 C C+ 79.7
1 11 17 D E 22.3
37 76 19 A C- 226
20 3 59 .. B 29.5
35 53 29 B C+ 102
28 34 55 C B NH
1 11 17 D D 37.4
93 93 71 A B 94.0
92 84 82 A C- 158
27 8 50 D C 21.3
47 7 55 B A+29.1
31 1 84 E C- 21.8
33 1 74 E B 22.1
56 57 71 D B- 58.5
78 60 92 E B+ NH
33 78 37 B E 41.5
28 24 44 B C+ 19.7
7 13 33 D E 64.0
31 45 42 B B+ 76.9
68 33 96 C B+ 38.1
37 42 51 B D 25.7
84 78 69 B B 66.3
84 70 78 A B+ 96.3
8 75 2 B E 22.3
91 79 77 A B- 35.1
60 56 83 B B- 84.2
66 80 61 D D- 28.0
5 20 5 E B- 66.3
6 17 6 E D 10.6
9 53 10 C E 60.8
75 89 53 A C+ 45.0
61 92 37 C C- 48.4
28 10 49 .. A- 34.3
23 17 50 D B- 33.5
5 29 12 C C+ 24.3

AcsMidP 3.9 ACMP 47.65 -1.46 -19 285 52


Allianc 6.2 ARLP 72.58 -0.58 -22 57 11
AlonUSA 1.8 ALJ 13.50 -0.01 -36 392 4
AlnUSA 27 ALDW 21.47 -0.66 -1 323 3
Amerigas 7.2 APU 46.41 -0.59 +2 263 73
Anadarko .4 APC 88.24 -0.87 +20 3.6m 23
Apache 1.0 r APA 82.03 -0.94 -28 2.8m 9
AtlasEn 2.5 ATLS 49.05 -0.47 +13 278 ..
AtlasPi 6.0 APL 39.41 -0.41 -36 373 91
AtwoodOcn ATW.54.65 -1.40 +40 879 11
BakerHu 1.2 BHI 48.69 -0.22 +6 3.2m 17
BasicEn
BAS 13.71 +0.08 -40 374 99
Baytex
6.1 BTE 41.48 +0.43 -27 139 22
BerryPe
.8 BRY 40.17 -0.53 -42 423 14
Brdwalk 6.6 BWP 32.07 -0.42 -4 829 23
BPplc
5.1 r BP 42.54 +0.40 -10 4.7m 8
BPPrdh
9 BPT 90.22 +2.69 +76 226 9
Breitbu 10 BBEP 17.90 ... -32 757 ..
Bristow 1.5 BRS 68.61 +0.12 +5 188 18
Buckeye 5.9 BPL 71.26 -1.05 -46 227 27
CJEnergy
CJES 19.52 -0.32 -16 468 6
CVRRefi 22 CVRR 27.73 -0.79 -53 536 4
CabotOi .1 COG.69.58 -0.64 +6 1.9m 88
Calpine
CPN 21.77 -0.14 -33 2.3m 99
Calumt 8.0 CLMT 33.97 -0.06 -41 288 10
Cameron
CAM.63.27 -0.84 -24 1.3m 19
CanadnNa 1.5 CNQ 31.79 +0.05 -18 2.0m 20
CarboCer 1.4 CRR 75.17 -0.04 -26 230 18
Carrizo
CRZO 30.89 +0.64 -21 626 17
Cenovus 3.0 CVE 31.12 +0.04 -13 1.0m 25
ChartInds
GTLS 100.3 -1.42 -15 279 39
CheniereEngy LNG 29.97 +0.11 -45 2.3m ..
Cheniere 5.6 CQP 30.30 -0.45 +31 347 99
ChespkE 1.6 CHK 21.75 +0.07 -43 6.7m 30
Chevron 3.2 CVX 124.1 -0.56 -38 4.0m 9
ChinaPe 5.5 SNP 71.43 +0.32 -20 79 6o
Cimarex
.8 XEC 72.70 +0.46 -11 814 17
CloudPeak
CLD 16.30 ... -53 354 9
CNOOC
3.1 CEO 177.0 +2.08 -28 104 7
CobaltIntl
CIE 28.44 +0.01 +5 3.8m ..
ConchoResrce CXO 86.30 -0.73 -47 650 28
Conocph 4.2 COP 64.95 -0.31+144 16m 11
ConsolE 1.7 CNX 28.60 +0.53 +1 2.3m 32
ContintlResrce CLR 92.66 +0.35 -42 602 24
CoreLabs .8 CLB 151.8 -1.12 +91 454 32
Covanta 3.2 CVA 20.44 +0.01 -11 864 52
Crestwo 7.3 CMLP 27.84 -0.02 +24 241 71
Crosstex 2.3 XTXI 21.06 -0.47 -18 186 ..
Crosstx 6.2 XTEX 21.39 -0.56 -9 467 ..
DCPMids 5.2 DPM 54.02 -1.48 +55 439 30
DawsnGeo DWSN 39.95 -0.15 -24 37 27
DelekUS 2.1 r DK 28.38 -0.17 -24 597 5
DenbryRes DNR 17.80 +0.06 +45 6.6m 12
DevonEn 1.6 DVN 56.19 +0.09 -33 2.0m 19
DiamndOf .7 DO 70.55 -1.44 +82 1.6m 13
Diamondback FANG 37.71 +0.44 -58 213 ..k
Dorches 6.3 DMLP 25.15 +0.05 -44 19 20k
DresserRand DRC 63.48 -0.42 +5 609 25
DrilQuip
DRQ 94.52 -0.16 -19 311 30
ECAMarc 18 ECT 9.45 +0.01 -35 90 4
EPLOil&Gas EPL 29.49 +0.10 +22 411 12
EQT
.1 EQT 81.10 +0.62 -16 1.1m 51
ERAGroup
ERA 25.50 -0.18 -55 55 28k
EVEnrgy 7.5 EVEP 40.85 +0.10 -47 271 ..
EaglRkE 11 EROC 7.50 -0.22 +26 853 ..
Ecopetr 6.2 EC 44.14 +0.36 -4 491 11
ElPasoP 5.7 EPB 43.34 -1.27 +57 749 19
Enbridge 2.7 ENB 44.34 +0.22 -37 633 25
Enbridg
.0 EEQ 32.31 -0.36 -34 114 99
EnbrEner 6.6 EEP 32.79 -0.40 +35 1.3m 36
Encana
4.7 ECA 17.14 ... -10 3.9m 13

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Vol% Vol P
High Stock % Yield Symbol Price Chg Chg 1000 E

Accumulation/Distribution (3 mos)
Sales+Profit Margins+ROE
Relative Price Strength Rating
Earnings Per Share Growth Rating

IBD Composite Rating

INVESTOR'S BUSINESS DAILY


IBD Composite Rating
Earnings Per Share Growth Rating
Relative Price Strength Rating
Sales+Profit Margins+ROE
Accumulation/Distribution (3 mos)

52-wk
Dividend Stock Close
Vol% Vol P
52-wk
Dividend Stock Close
6 6 6 6 6 High Stock % Yield Symbol Price Chg Chg 1000 E 6 6 6 6 6 High Stock % Yield Symbol Price Chg
2 32 14 .. E 19.7 EndurRy 10 NDRO 14.85 +0.05 +12 41 8 54 36 71 C B 36.0 Spectra 3.4 SE 35.67 -0.20
3.9 STO 21.76 +0.22
41 26 59 B B 57.8 Energen 1.0 EGN 55.29 -0.41 -33 394 18 9 39 15 C D- 27.4 Statoil
54 26 54 B B 53.0 EngyTran 6.9 ETP 51.63 -1.03 +12 1.7m 43 51 72 46 C C+ 50.3 SuburbP 7.3 SPH 47.69 -0.81
55 8 77 B B+ 65.4 EngyTra 4.2 ETE 61.78 -1.40 -40 805 55 13 31 27 B C- 17.6 SuncokeEnrg SXC 15.06 -0.09
13 41 14 B E 37.9 EnergyX 2.0 r EXXI 24.39 -0.17 -45 711 11 26 50 37 C B- 35.8 SuncorE 2.4 SU 31.27 +0.27
37 55 64 D B 17.5 Enerplus 6.4 ERF 16.05 +0.07 -21 687 .. 72 91 71 B E 68.4 SunocoL 3.6 SXL 63.19 -1.29

6 25 20 B D- 52.3
36 61 46 A D- 65.8
60 78 56 C C- 65.6
90 74 79 A B 146
96 75 82 A A- 12.3
95 80 77 B B+ 32.4
35 61 42 C C+ 93.8
50 76 66 E C 22.6
72 29 93 B A 20.0
88 82 74 A B 59.3
48 45 78 B E 32.5
86 86 90 B C- 56.0
76 97 44 A C 113
88 78 88 B B 41.0
13 12 50 E D+ 16.2
90 80 98 E B 16.5
39 18 88 C D+ 54.1
44 28 75 B D- 45.8
40 5 79 C C+ 26.0
69 74 68 A B- 69.4
52 61 75 C C 74.5
52 33 70 B D+ 24.3
50 42 47 B B+ 44.9
53 98 29 A D 59.2
78 40 90 B B- 58.2
27 52 30 B C 50.0
48 23 87 C B 16.9
74 56 53 B A+26.0
20 22 43 D B+ 106
67 68 48 A D+ 41.5
36 69 43 .. D- 89.6
59 70 29 A D 93.0
23 45 32 D D+ 13.1
38 27 53 B B 24.1
31 41 34 C C- 29.9
64 88 67 .. B- 26.3
6 25 3 B D 42.6
46 37 72 B D- 39.7
47 70 51 B D 34.1
14 47 26 B E 37.3
72 93 68 B E 56.3
30 14 71 B B- 36.9
74 95 59 B D+ 92.7
54 41 68 C B 71.2
83 77 78 C B- 47.4
86 62 85 C B+ 17.9
16 31 6 B D+ 13.6
11 13 34 E D- 20.8
84 99 43 A B 26.5
44 38 69 D B 18.8
27 46 53 C D+ 66.3
41 29 65 C C+ 31.6
6 12 33 C E 18.2
41 56 39 B C- 90.0
82 58 92 A B 27.0
29 63 31 A D 24.4
42 41 41 C A 21.3
16 10 37 C B+ 35.7
25 10 65 E B- 15.9
39 47 48 B B 42.3
51 34 77 B C+ 64.8
64 99 17 A B- 19.7
47 35 82 A D- 31.7
7 30 12 E C+ 55.0
2 12 14 E E 34.2
92 78 83 A B 42.9
18 18 46 B B- 95.6
33 50 59 D D 18.9
97 92 87 A A- 80.6
67 50 78 B C+ 103
94 97 72 A B- 54.0
24 60 20 D C- 52.5
12 18 15 C C- 61.3
69 47 81 E B NH
79 85 51 B B 23.1
15 68 7 B E 42.5
33 14 94 E C+ 57.7
74 59 69 C B- 38.0
16 5 52 E D+ 28.9
20 80 22 .. E 19.1
10 6 50 C D 25.5
2 23 5 D C+ 29.8
57 69 50 B D- 34.7
9 24 40 E B 16.7
16 53 18 C C+ 146
2 37 5 C E 24.8
3 37 5 C E 23.9
60 93 67 D D+ 70.5
45 11 90 C B- 157
55 25 89 B B- 37.2
84 96 62 B D 59.5
13 11 27 D C- 33.5
24 48 20 C D+ 21.0
29 38 44 B C+ 26.0
64 76 52 B C 83.2
30 20 59 E B+ 29.4
17 14 16 C B 11.6
46 14 83 B C- 19.3
55 52 65 C B 42.2
75 94 31 A C 54.6
44 63 42 B B- 39.4
16 43 30 C D- 74.0
20 43 33 C C+ 76.1
49 46 52 B C 17.4
40 45 58 D C+ 65.6
87 84 72 A B- 24.6
45 52 44 B B 48.6
49 48 44 A D- 82.0
30 20 50 E B 91.4
71 76 59 A B NH
18 9 59 .. B+ 30.5
67 80 85 E C- 59.5
71 20 99 D A- 52.8
64 84 50 B C- 40.3
84 58 84 A A 47.7

ENISpa 5.2
E 42.49 +0.10 +49 550 9
EnscoA 3.0 r ESV 58.69 -1.19 +35 2.3m 10
EntpsPrd 4.3 EPD 63.60 -1.33 +43 1.9m 22
EOGResr .5 EOG 144.6 +1.02 +3 1.9m 22
EvolPet
EPM 11.92 +0.04 +30 100 62o
Exterran 6.9 EXLP 30.05 -2.25+225 482 28
ExxonMo 2.7 XOM 93.30 +0.05 -14 11m 11
Ferrell
9 FGP 22.09 -0.35 -5 208 37o
FlotekInd
r FTK 19.24 -0.38 -8 530 30
FMCTech
FTI 56.62 -1.15 -7 1.3m 30
ForumEnrgy FET 29.84 -0.20 +75 693 18
Genesis 3.8 GEL 53.90 -1.64 +16 308 47
Geospac .0 GEOS 77.61 +0.17 -34 110 18
GlobalP 5.8 GLP 40.41 +0.21 -38 37 18
GoodrPet
GDP 13.59 +0.30 -22 583 ..
GreenPla
GPRE 15.84 +0.50+107 850 21
Gulfport
GPOR 48.33 -0.49 +46 2.1m 41
Hallibu 1.1 HAL 43.63 -0.48 -37 5.5m 15
HelixEnrgy
HLX 25.27 -0.01 -27 517 41
Helmrich 3.1 HP 64.34 -0.92 -44 639 11
Hess
.6 HES 70.74 -0.32 -52 1.5m 11
Hi-CrshP 8.4 HCLP 22.70 +0.33 -63 89 7
HollyEn 4.9 HEP 38.74 -0.39 -35 67 32
HollyFrn 2.8 HFC 42.28 -0.28 -18 2.8m 4
HornbeckOff HOS 56.02 -0.03 +8 434 38
Imperia 1.1 IMO 41.97 +0.16 -30 167 10
Inergy 7.4 r NRGY 15.70 -0.54 -42 381 4
InrgyMd 6.2 NRGM 25.36 -0.17 -13 215 56
InterOil
IOC 75.35 -0.08 -35 481 ..
KindrMr 3.8 KMI 39.75 -0.56 -45 1.9m 55
KinderM .0 KMR 85.10 -1.13 -1 605 99
KinderMrg 6.0 KMP 86.11 -0.82 +18 1.7m 36
Kosmos
KOS 11.02 +0.18 -47 404 ..
LaredoPetro LPI 20.93 +0.52 +7 807 55
LegacyR 8.4 LGCY 27.25 +0.10 -30 132 23
Lehigh
7.2 LGP 24.98 +0.03 -75 9 42k
LinnEngy 11 LINE 25.01 -0.19 -54 2.2m 18
MPLX 2.9 MPLX 37.50 -0.23 -69 44 13
MRCGlobal MRC 28.78 +0.24 -37 666 14
MVOil
9 MVO 28.52 -0.73+101 118 8
Magella 3.7 MMP 54.91 -0.85 -7 587 27
Maratho 1.9 MRO 36.19 -0.38 -20 3.9m 15
Maratho 2.0 r MPC 69.93 -3.17 +63 5.1m 6
Markwst 4.9 MWE 67.11 -0.11 -44 418 46
MartMid 6.8 MMLP 45.78 -0.99 -43 79 28
Matrix
MTRX 16.86 -0.27 -43 92 21o
McDermott MDR 8.88 +0.02 -18 3.7m 12
MemrlPr 10 MEMP 19.31 +0.08 -25 205 ..
MidConE 8.7 MCEP 23.19 +0.27 -44 40 13
MitchamInd r MIND 17.94 -0.16 -56 28 24o
MrphyOil 1.9 r MUR 64.38 -0.50 -42 845 11
NGLEne 6.6 NGL 29.11 -0.19 +72 483 29o
NaborsI 1.1 NBR 14.87 -0.01 +4 4.2m 9
NatlOil 1.4 NOV 72.64 -0.33 -34 2.4m 12
NatrlGasSvcs NGS 25.80 -0.45 -7 48 24
NtrlRsrc 10 NRP 21.78 -0.42 -31 155 11
NewSrce .0 NSLP 20.69 +0.29 -42 16 99k
NewfieldExp NFX 26.16 +0.45 +24 2.7m 14
NiskaGas 9 NKA 15.02 +0.11 -36 72 ..
Noble
1.3 NE 39.55 -0.60 -22 2.2m 18
NobleEn 1.8 NBL 63.07 -0.48 -37 1.3m 26
NorthOilGas NOG 13.39 -0.09 -13 550 11
Northern 20 NTI 24.42 -0.23 -4 1.3m 3
NustarE
9 NS 45.06 -0.34 -42 179 35
NustarGP 8.0 NSH 27.29 +0.07 -43 127 99
OasisPetro OAS.41.16 -0.41 -11 1.4m 17
Occiden 2.9 OXY 89.66 -0.85 -15 4.0m 16
OceanRig
ORIG 17.38 -0.02 -42 199 99o
Oceanrng 1.1 OII.77.97 -1.31 +48 840 27
OilStates
r OIS 94.65 -0.89 -19 739 12
Oiltank 3.2 OILT 49.10 -0.80+133 86 29
Oneok
3.3 OKE 43.63 -0.30 -34 929 25
ONEOKPtr 5.7 OKS 50.17 -0.87+115 1.1m 19
OrmatTe .6 ORA 25.60 +0.66 -8 67 ..
PAANatg 6.3 PNG 22.52 +0.20 -38 65 21
PBFEner 5.3 PBF 22.76 -0.24 +4 1.3m 2
PDCEnergy PDCE 53.66 -1.05 +2 440 ..
PHI
PHIIK 35.83 -0.22 +20 35 22k
PVRPart 7.8 PVR 28.13 -0.51 +10 422 97
PacCoas 11 ROYT 16.98 +0.23 +33 120 11o
Patterso 1.0 PTEN 20.64 -0.42 +37 3.5m 12
PeabdyE 2.1 BTU 15.91 +0.01 -53 3.7m 12
Pembina 4.9 PBA 31.68 -0.40 -23 149 29
PennWest 9 PWE 11.33 -0.14 -27 2.2m 99
Petchina 3.4 PTR 117.7 +0.04 -30 119 11o
Petroleo .0 PBR 13.42 +0.03 -9 16m 9
PetrbrsA .0 PBRA 14.06 -0.04 +8 8.4m 9k
Phillip 2.2 r PSX 57.64 -1.59 +56 6.1m 6
Pioneer
.1 PXD 152.6 +0.08 -55 641 44
Pioneer 5.8 PSE 35.99 +0.08 -83 81 18
PlainAll 4.1 PAA 56.80 -0.58 -12 1.0m 14
QEPResou .3 QEP 28.82 -0.35 -39 957 25
QREnergy 11 QRE 16.96 +0.03 -52 216 ..
Questar 3.0 STR 23.74 -0.18 -9 905 19
RangeRe .2 RRC 77.02 -0.61 +4 1.5m 70
RegencyE 6.6 RGP 28.05 -0.83 -3 716 ..
ResoluteEn REN 8.03 -0.07 -3 760 32
RexEngy
REXX 17.94 +0.23 -19 415 59
RoseRck 4.5 RRMS 37.82 -0.79 +12 21 24k
RosettaRsrce ROSE 44.98 -0.12 -22 655 13
RowanCos
RDC 35.11 -0.15 -21 798 17
RoyalDtc 4.6 RDSA 67.17 +0.78 +6 2.4m 8k
RoyalDtc 5.1 RDSB 70.00 +0.72 -15 956 9k
RPC
2.8 r RES 14.50 +0.32 +28 837 13
SMEnergy .2 SM 64.21 +0.11 -40 442 42
SanchezEngy SN.23.56 -0.15 -67 195 73
Sasol
3.7 SSL 44.78 -0.06 -38 134 8
Schlumb 1.6 SLB 76.52 -0.50 -8 6.0m 18
SeacorH .0 CKH 86.32 +0.16 -58 63 ..
Seadrill 8.3 SDRL 42.40 +0.21 -33 1.8m 17o
SeadrillP 5.3 SDLP 29.51 +0.51 -58 31 5k
Semgrp 1.4 SEMG 56.23 -0.27 +5 408 37
SolarCity
SCTY 40.76 -3.86 +8 3.3m ..
SWEnergy SWN 38.06 -0.16 -50 1.5m 19
Spectra 4.4 SEP 45.16 -1.28 +40 456 27

5 5 5 5 5 52-wk

Dividend Stock Close


Vol% Vol P
High Stock % Yield Symbol Price Chg Chg 1000 E

Accumulation/Distribution (3 mos)
Sales+Profit Margins+ROE
Relative Price Strength Rating
Earnings Per Share Growth Rating

IBD Composite Rating

B 13

WEDNESDAY, JULY 17, 2013


IBD Composite Rating
Earnings Per Share Growth Rating
Relative Price Strength Rating
Sales+Profit Margins+ROE
Accumulation/Distribution (3 mos)

45 11 72 B D+ 29.2
24 44 43 C D- 33.4
36 29 52 C B NH
6 20 27 D D+ 15.2
28 11 73 D B 54.1
46 69 70 D E 69.4
50 38 69 C B 14.0
72 79 83 B C 65.8
77 56 77 A C- 71.9
79 55 75 B B+ 61.7
25 52 40 B D 55.4
32 42 27 B C- 49.7
48 58 47 B C 50.8
28 66 33 B C- 59.5
70 79 65 C B+ 42.1
84 71 86 C B- NH
25 32 31 B C 24.5
41 94 33 D D 27.5
21 25 42 B D 49.7
62 99 62 C D 44.7
17 18 25 B E 30.2
23 7 77 E C 21.1
1 20 1 E E 41.3
23 4 60 D B- 14.7
73 60 89 D B+ NH
56 41 71 C B+ 65.2
34 66 37 B C- 39.4
33 30 76 .. B+ NH
57 62 45 A B- 54.9
38 60 33 D C 10.5
4 12 24 C E 38.6
16 13 29 C C- 55.9
53 69 44 C B+ 45.2
3 24 2 B D 17.6
48 47 75 B B 17.9

2 4 15 E D+ 37.0
1 9 14 E D- 18.0
91 74 83 B A 33.0
35 76 29 B B- 56.5
28 20 67 E C 18.7
10 5 42 E C+ 17.5
61 77 70 C D+ 46.5
18 26 56 D D 20.0
12 16 27 C B+ 15.4
20 44 23 C B- 58.0
58 80 88 E D+ 19.4
56 87 52 D B 67.0
45 28 76 C A- 29.2
53 66 80 E C 19.0
67 89 76 E B 31.5
44 81 50 D C- 55.5
24 44 56 .. D- 17.9
68 80 77 D B+ 31.0
28 73 44 D C- 48.6
59 46 89 E B 27.4
91 88 92 A B- 39.0
3 13 16 D D+ 87.0
54 55 57 B B+ 57.2
32 37 62 D B- 72.9
42 57 64 C C+ 32.4
6 26 11 E C+ 11.6
39 85 54 E B- 16.2
73 97 63 B B- 23.6
28 26 80 D C+ 16.2
31 35 52 B B- 44.9
11 23 51 E C 24.6
37 36 79 C D 61.3
6 30 19 E C+ 26.3
61 92 44 A D 164
62 63 83 C C 36.1

NYTime
5 YEAR HISTORY
Low Date
High Current 10 AM
11 AM

Chg 1000 E

-46 2.1m 24
-13 1.8m 8
-39 164 26
-54 296 12
-20 3.8m 9
-12 202 13

+26 2.1m 24
-38 3.9m ..
+90 493 17
-36 233 16
-19 166 ..
-59 518 23o
-36 15 15
-38 70 26k
-4 18 13k
-45 24 15k
-33 52 41k
-27 107 17
-8 135 17
-87 2 ..k
-2 82 18
-7 126 23
-54 109 ..o
-50 17 15
-29 1.3m 27
-15 60 99
-42 16 10k
-70 66 10
-33 68 22k
+6 461 13
+23 301 38
-74 21 41
-53 993 18
-21 44 12
-6 51 17k
-33 705 15
-82 38 40
-32 487 15
-29 5.4m 80
+46 262 15
+9 476 16o

Daily
-0.9% Change
+10.97%Since
Jan. 1

7IPO within last 15 years and EPS & RS 80 or higher

73 80 88 D B+ 33.17AecomTech r ACM 32.44 -0.28 -22 500 13


95 97 96 A C+ 30.57CaesarStne CSTE 29.35 -0.14 -35 134 21k
78 80 97 D B- 16.87USConcrete USCR 16.54 +0.11 -38 56 25k
87 86 95 A C- 26.9
83 64 82 B B+ 86.1
70 66 60 C A- 36.3
82 80 93 C E 39.5
67 74 78 C D 30.3
57 94 34 A C 19.7
33 47 36 C B 58.5
50 80 34 B D- 34.5
71 80 81 B B- 26.1
8 17 38 E C+ 23.4
25 57 25 A C- 15.6
14 1 71 E C 12.6
63 47 87 B C- 64.9
82 94 99 A B- 12.9
63 45 86 D A- 16.3
46 80 33 B B- 74.0
51 80 38 B B 27.8
83 54 81 B B+ 42.4
81 80 80 A C+ 77.8
3 23 6 D D- 13.7
55 73 51 B C- 66.9
83 98 89 C E 44.0
17 7 42 D C- 37.7
32 49 60 E D 11.6
39 38 67 C C 20.0
58 69 81 C D 58.4
27 43 65 D C- 36.7
45 57 76 D C+ 25.1
45 80 46 C C 22.6
42 99 29 B D- 34.9
48 99 24 B B- 44.4
82 77 79 B B- 69.2
40 80 50 C D 29.1
28 29 58 C B 113
68 72 76 C B- 22.8

12 MONTH HISTORY
Low Date High Date

01 PM

Ratioof price premiums in Puts versus Calls


02 PM
09/19/12
..............0.51
..........11/15/12
.............1.59
........01/18/11
..............0.47
.......10/06/08
................2.58
..........0.71
..... 03 PM
Mutual Fund Share Purchases/Redemptions (X-Money Market Funds) 04 PM
11/01/12
..............1.05
..........01/01/13
.............1.38
........10/01/08
..............0.66
.......05/01/09
................1.46
..........1.13
..... TOTAL

Tue Mon
352
854
1289
1563
1845
2186
2979

303
692
1015
1276
1515
1821
2553

Chg S&P500

Dow Jones Ind.

+49
+161
+274
+287
+330
+364
+426

-9.4
-23.9
-42.7
-46.0
-40.1
-42.5
-32.4

-1.8
-4.4
-7.9
-8.1
-7.3
-8.0
-6.2

15474.8
15460.3
15441.4
15438.1
15444.1
15441.7
15451.8

2979 2553 +426

.................................................................................

NewIssues in Last Year as % of All Stocks on NYSE


NYSE BLOCK TRADES (10,000 SHARES OR MORE)
07/15/13
.............0.0%
...........07/20/12
............0.8%
.........07/15/13
............0.0%
.........06/10/11
..............7.1%
..........0.0%
.......
NYSE COMPOSITE INDEX % CHANGE DAILY

Price-to-Book Value of Dow Jones Industrial Average


16th
11/15/12
..............3.37
..........07/11/13
.............3.80
........02/23/09
..............1.27
.......02/19/10
................4.13
..........3.78
.....

N/A
Price to Earnings Ratio of Dow Jones Industrial Average
-0.3%
11/15/12
..............14.0
..........05/28/13
.............17.1
........10/03/11
..............11.9
.......08/11/08
................95.0
..........16.6
.....

Current % Dividend Yield of Dow Jones Industrial Average


07/15/13 2.38 11/15/12 2.68 07/15/13 2.38 03/09/09 4.45

+23.5%
+22.6%
+22.3%
+19.5%
+22.8%
+22.9%
+26.0%
+23.9%
+23.0%
+19.3%
+15.7%
+21.0%
+13.9%
+19.9%
+11.1%
43.7%

: +18.1%
+13.1%
+12.5%
+11.5%
+11.5%
+11.3%
: + 9.6%
: + 8.3%
: + 8.2%
+ 7.7%
+ 6.7%
+ 6.3%
+ 3.2%
+ 0.8%
3.6%
13.9%

U.S. Defense Index


S&P 600
Russell 2000
IBD New America Index
Value Line Index
New Issues Index
Insurance Index
Consumer Index
Medical/Healthcare
S&P Midcap 400
N.Y.S.E. Finance
Dow Jones Trans
Senior Growth Index
Defensive Index
Dow Jones Utility
Gold Index

11th

10th

4792
+1.6%

3681
0.0%

.................................................................................

3 months. (: on left, top 4 indexes since Jan. 1


on
right, top 4 indexes yesterday.)
................................................................................................
3 Month
% Chg Index

12th
4688
+0.1%

2.38 HOURLY NASDAQ VOLUME & MARKET CHANGES

Market Indexes list sorted by % gain in last NYTime


Since
Jan 1

15th
3567
+0.2%

Value

Yesterdays
% Chg

1124.76
584.15
1038.75
314.20
3884.57
645.00
546.79
1446.83
6226.87
1217.04
5915.29
6422.32
662.89
1700.56
503.27
53.72

0.9%
0.4%
0.4%
0.9%
0.5%
1.1%
0.3% :
0.6%
0.4%
0.6%
0.3% :
0.7%
0.1% :
0.4%
0.5%
+ 4.0% :

Tue

Mon

Chg

10 AM
11 AM
12 PM
01 PM
02 PM
03 PM
04 PM

192
471
702
852
1001
1177
1538

181
405
585
734
873
1047
1407

+10
+66
+117
+117
+128
+130
+130

TOTAL

1538

1407

+130

Nasdaq Composite.
-0.2
-7.7
-15.7
-11.6
-9.5
-14.4
-8.9

3607.2
3599.7
3591.7
3595.8
3597.9
3593.0
3598.5

.................................................................................

NASDAQ BLOCK TRADES (10,000 SHARES OR MORE)


16th

15th

12th

11th

10th

N/A

5299

5755

6046

5584

.................................................................................

TUESDAY VOLUME TOTAL

1,538,068,000

1101

STOCKS ADVANCED ON

652,638,000

1354

STOCKS DECLINED ON

863,482,000

136

STOCKS UNCHANGED ON

21,948,000

Daily
-0.5% Change
+11.74%Since
Jan. 1

Alleghny 2.7 ATI 26.54 -0.36


ArcelrMi 1.4 MT 12.29 +0.21
Barnes 1.2
B 32.60 -0.13
Carpenter 1.5 CRS 48.66 -0.04
CastleAM
CAS 16.24 +0.28
CommcrlM 3.2 CMC 14.93 -0.03
FosterLB .3 FSTR 45.20 +0.05
Gibraltar
ROCK 15.93 -0.33
GrupoSimec SIM 12.59 +0.13
Haynes 1.8 HAYN 48.98 -0.35
Insteel
.7 IIIN 17.84 -0.11
KaiserA 1.8 KALU 65.03 +0.23
Kaydon 2.8 KDN 28.57 -0.23
Lawson 3.4 LAWS 13.96 -0.01
Matern 1.1 MTRN 30.17 +0.27
Mueller
.9 MLI 53.72 -0.59
NCIBldg
NCS 14.84 -0.25
NwestPipe NWPX 30.49 +0.22
Nucor
3.3 NUE 44.76 -0.52
Olympic .3 ZEUS 27.09 +0.13
ParkOhio
PKOH 36.08 +0.26
POSCO
2.1 PKX 69.52 -0.38
RBCBearng r ROLL 55.51 +0.39
Relianc 1.8 RS 67.85 -0.46
RTIIntl
RTI 29.92 -0.16
SimsGrp 1.8 SMS 8.21 +0.03
SteelDy 2.9 STLD 15.36 +0.02
SunCoke 5.5 SXCP 21.99 -0.01
TMSIntl 2.6 TMS 15.43 -0.41
Tenaris 2.0 TS 43.52 +0.35
Ternium 2.9 TX 22.23 -0.06
Timken 1.6 TKR 59.26 -0.77
USSteel 1.1
X 17.74 -0.20
Valmont .7 VMI 148.3 -3.06
Worthin 1.7 WOR.34.76 -0.34

25. BUILDING

Date

HOURLY NYSE VOLUME & MARKET CHANGES

CBOE Market Volatility Index (over 50 is bullish)


Vol% Vol P 03/15/13 10.6 12/28/12 23.4 03/15/13 10.6 10/10/08 103.4 14.6 12 PM
.................................................................................................

SuperiorEngy SPN 27.01 -0.38 -23 1.3m 11


SusserPe 6.0 SUSP 29.27 -0.11 -67 16 43
TCPipel
6.1 TCP 50.96 -1.22 -54 161 21
Talismn 2.4 TLM 11.43 -0.07 -21 2.9m ..
TargaRes 5.3 NGLS 52.59 -1.16 -30 275 72
TargaRs 2.9 TRGP 67.28 -1.21 +24 303 66
Tesco
TESO 13.48 +0.08 -33 233 11
Tesoro
1.5 TSO 52.62 -1.52 -32 2.6m 7
TesoroL 3.5 TLLP 55.69 -0.97 -42 137 29
Tidewat 1.7 r TDW 59.54 -0.47 -45 305 19
TotalSA 5.0 TOT 50.90 +0.23 +27 1.5m 7
Transca 4.0 TRP 45.31 -0.12 -55 290 23
Transmo 5.8 TLP 44.50 +1.04 -13 48 18k
Transoc 4.6 RIG 49.22 -0.58 -32 1.9m 11
UGI
2.7 UGI 41.12 -0.25 -24 504 18
USACom 5.6 USAC 24.83 +0.14 +94 136 77
UltraPetro
UPL 20.94 +0.22 +17 3.6m 11
Ultrapar 2.5 UGP 23.52 -0.50 +5 412 24
Unit
UNT 44.37 -0.31 -35 122 11
ValeroE 2.3 VLO 34.78 -0.60 -6 7.4m 5
Vanguar
9 VNR 27.07 +0.04 -34 465 26
WPXEnergy WPX 19.85 +0.04 -25 1.9m ..
WalterE 4.0 WLT 12.37 +0.18 -45 5.1m ..
Weatherford WFT 14.03 -0.07 -19 5.6m ..
WstrGas 1.7 WGP 42.61 -0.68+289 223 99k
Western 3.4 WES 62.69 -2.18 -14 277 89
WestrnR 1.7 r WNR 28.15 -0.26 -16 1.6m 5
Westmrlnd WLB 12.97 +0.21 +18 31 ..
WhitingPetro WLL 48.73 +0.37 +46 2.2m 15
Willbros
WG 6.99 +0.12 -25 369 ..
William 4.2 WMB 33.48 -0.33 -62 3.2m 35
Williams 6.5 WPZ 52.20 -0.23 +49 1.3m 32
WorldFue .4 INT 40.23 -0.51 -22 231 13
Yanzhou 6.9 YZC 7.21 -0.13 -39 246 4o
YPFScie 1.0 YPF 16.27 +0.37+170 1.7m 8

24. METALS

Psychological Market Indicators

AAON
.8 AAON 25.23 -0.38 +33 166 31
AcuityB
.6 AYI 84.98 -0.95 -4 313 26x
AMCOLIn 2.2 ACO 35.67 +0.01 +25 107 17
AmWdmrk AMWD 38.70 +0.14 -26 99 56o
ApogeE 1.3 APOG 26.90 -0.03 -24 190 36o
Argann
.0 AGX 16.17 -0.13 +34 104 9
ArmstrW .0 AWI 50.37 +0.28 -16 253 22
BoiseCascade BCC 27.76 -0.63 +39 421 23
BrookfieldRes BRP 21.60 -0.11 -21 186 23k
CRHPlc 3.9 CRH 20.42 -0.23 -75 77 22
CemntsP 1.2 CPAC 12.00 +0.15 +55 46 21k
CemexSab .0 CX 11.07 -0.19 -31 10m ..
ChcgoBrdg .3 CBI 61.65 -0.44 -33 1.0m 22
ChinaHGS HGSH 5.31 -0.74+195 97 16k
Comfort 1.3 FIX 15.89 -0.02 -34 89 36
DelticT
.6 DEL 65.11 -1.30 -10 27 52k
DRHorton .7 DHI.21.70 -0.02 +11 8.0m 21
DrewInd .0 DW 41.31 -0.53 -31 85 25k
EagleMt .6 EXP.68.35 -1.67 -7 782 41
Emresas
ICA 7.85 -0.12 -24 590 30
Fluor
1.0 r FLR 61.17 -0.67 -33 1.1m 13
Fortune 1.0 FBHS.41.12 -0.46 -38 851 39
Granite 1.7 GVA 30.71 -0.05 -58 89 34
Headwaters HW 9.15 -0.20 -16 525 ..
Interfa
.5 TILE 18.52 -0.28 -25 234 31
JacobsEngnr JEC 57.50 -0.35 +4 832 18
KBR
1.0 KBR 32.72 -0.55 +18 1.7m 15
KBHome .5 KBH 19.27 +0.30 +27 6.0m ..o
LouisPacific LPX 17.15 -0.05 -22 2.5m 21
LennarB .6 LENB 28.25 -0.08+278 118 21
LennarA .5 LEN.35.48 -0.07 +24 8.2m 26o
Lennox
1.4 r LII 67.61 -0.65 -31 262 23
MIHomes
MHO 23.76 -0.09 -35 234 25
MMMatri 1.5 MLM 103.8 -1.23 -51 195 48
Masco
1.5 MAS 20.57 +0.16 -15 4.1m 51

5 5 5 5 5 52-wk

Dividend Stock Close


Vol% Vol P
High Stock % Yield Symbol Price Chg Chg 1000 E

Accumulation/Distribution (3 mos)
Sales+Profit Margins+ROE
Relative Price Strength Rating
Earnings Per Share Growth Rating

IBD Composite Rating

IBD Composite Rating


Earnings Per Share Growth Rating
Relative Price Strength Rating
Sales+Profit Margins+ROE
Accumulation/Distribution (3 mos)
52-wk

Dividend Stock Close

Vol% Vol P

IBD Composite Rating


Earnings Per Share Growth Rating
Relative Price Strength Rating
Sales+Profit Margins+ROE
Accumulation/Distribution (3 mos)
52-wk

Dividend Stock Close

Vol% Vol P

6 6 6 6 6 High Stock % Yield Symbol Price Chg Chg 1000 E

6 6 6 6 6 High Stock % Yield Symbol Price Chg Chg 1000 E

37 80 20 B D 42.4
45 80 58 C D- 53.0
83 80 80 C B 120
17 1 47 D C- 74.7
36 83 29 B E 1100
38 64 61 E D+ 45.6
70 85 76 B C+ 160
76 35 92 B B- 24.0
75 68 85 B D+ 23.2
70 80 68 B B- 24.5
60 89 44 B C- 30.6
69 83 62 B B 34.2
63 80 70 B D 50.4
62 87 63 B C- 194
23 24 38 D B 34.3
88 90 79 B D+ 40.4
68 81 76 B D 95.5
46 68 58 B D+ 83.3
15 8 29 C B 11.9
26 14 73 D E 75.3
33 52 34 B D 26.2
95 96 92 B B+ 52.9
41 74 42 C B- 39.3
59 90 61 B D 49.9
78 67 82 B C+ 58.0
17 47 16 C D 21.3
66 80 85 D B- 19.4
47 62 68 C E 49.5
20 32 42 E C- 31.0
59 82 60 B B- 74.3
11 30 35 E C 59.5
87 86 74 B B 94.4
72 74 79 D B 52.0
96 92 95 C A- 25.2

77 78 57 A A- 67.0
54 48 46 B C+ 26.9
49 3 83 E A NH
73 56 70 B A- 60.4
28 30 50 B D+ 13.0
68 37 84 B B 50.6
78 62 65 A B- NH
70 72 65 B B- 8.1
14 5 54 D C- 29.5
36 27 40 B B- 18.8
46 44 74 C C 12.3
76 93 33 A C- 33.7
25 67 7 B B- 120
47 36 50 C B 11.2
91 68 64 A B- NH
70 59 97 E D+ 14.6
95 78 78 A A+NH
70 64 80 B C+ NH
72 93 62 A D- 15.5
17 47 10 .. B- 19.5
95 90 90 A B NH
59 92 31 A E 68.5
53 31 74 B B 14.1
65 50 81 C D+ 63.7
88 97 75 A D- 37.5
87 86 62 A A- 47.4
78 90 35 A C- 31.4
32 30 53 D C- 14.5
94 57 93 B A+30.2
83 66 83 D A 24.7
92 88 64 A B- 20.3
36 22 72 B D+ 18.7
41 7 87 E A NH
56 31 70 C B- NH
77 93 44 A C 43.0
29 34 46 C C- 43.2
32 53 33 B B 26.2
75 64 76 B B+ NH

26. CHIPS

MDCHlgs 3.1 MDC.32.77 -0.16


MeritgeHme MTH 45.00 -0.01
MohawkInd MHK 117.0 -0.48
Nortek
NTK 68.83 +0.23
NVR
r NVR 930.3 -12.69
OwensCorng OC 40.15 -0.53
PPGIndu 1.6 PPG 154.8 -2.15
PatrickInds r PATK 23.15 -0.37
Primoris .6 PRIM 21.92 +0.23
PulteGrp
PHM.19.28 -0.26
QuantaSvcs PWR 27.93 +0.14
RPMIntl 2.7 RPM 33.44 -0.18
RylandG
.3 RYL 40.32 +0.12
ShrwnWi 1.1 SHW 182.8 -1.64
Sampson 1.6 SSD 31.58 +0.05
SmithAO 1.2 AOS 38.51 +0.05
SnapOn 1.6 SNA 93.29 -1.40
StnlyBlk 2.4 r SWK 81.51 -0.69
SterlingCons STRL 10.12 +0.07
TexasIndust TXI 63.42 -1.22
ThermonGrp THR 21.55 -0.58
ThorInd 1.4 THO.51.79 -0.65
TollBros
TOL 33.94 +0.10
Toro
1.1 TTC 48.85 -0.17
Trex
TREX 49.95 -1.44
TRIPointeHm TPH.16.74 -0.10
TutorPerini
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USG
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VulcanM .1 VMC 49.24 -1.02
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+11.31%Since
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Hittite
HITT 61.25 -0.41 -23 132 27
Intel
3.7 INTC 24.25 +0.31 -10 34m 11
IntlRectfier
IRF 24.01 +0.35 -17 426 ..o
KLATenc 2.7 r KLAC 59.48 +0.23 -22 1.4m 14
KulickeSof
KLIC 11.22 -0.05 -45 289 5
LamResrch r LRCX 49.51 -0.10 -7 1.8m 24
LinearT 2.6 r LLTC 40.03 +0.48 -21 1.5m 20
LSI
r LSI 7.61 +0.03 -35 3.5m 10
MKSInstr 2.2 MKSI 28.58 -0.04 -34 136 41
MACOM
MTSI 14.87 +0.05 -60 35 13k
Marvell 2.0 r MRVL 11.86 -0.11 -38 4.2m 14o
MaximIn 3.3 MXIM 29.06 -0.22 -35 2.1m 16
Mellanox MLNX 50.25 -0.20 -11 546 15
Micrel 1.6 MCRL 10.72 +0.13 -8 190 26
Microch 3.6 MCHP 39.61 +0.24 -9 1.8m 20
MicronTech
MU 13.38 +0.31 +4 43m ..o
Microsemi MSCC 24.80 +0.09 -46 263 12
Monolit .0 MPWR 26.01 +0.31 -12 248 27
Nvidia 2.0 NVDA 14.69 +0.08 -58 4.1m 12
PeregrnSemi PSMI 10.59 -0.01 -17 185 35
PowrInt .6 r POWI 51.82 +2.47+307 796 26
Qualco 2.3 r QCOM 61.85 +0.57 -6 13m 14
RudolphTech RTEC 12.99 -0.03 +16 238 18
SanDisk
r SNDK 59.50 -1.80 +42 5.0m 23
Semtech
SMTC 34.07 +0.36 -38 387 18o
SiliconLab SLAB 45.49 +0.14 -46 126 19
Skywks
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Spansion
CODE 12.53 -0.07 -3 304 13
Spreadt 1.3 SPRD 29.64 -0.22+202 4.9m 13
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TaiwSem 2.2 TSM.18.43 +0.03 -44 5.6m 16
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Tessera 1.8 TSRA 22.45 +0.08 -28 242 ..
TexsInst 3.0 r TXN 37.82 +0.03 -35 5.1m 23
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UTEK 35.67 -0.85 +37 414 19
VeecoInst VECO 35.40 -0.30 -44 314 18
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Xilinx 2.3 r XLNX 43.29 +0.12 +67 5.5m 24

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98 98 98 A B 18.67AmbarellaAMBA.17.65 -0.22
92 80 95 C B+ 20.77Chipmos.7 r IMOS 18.89 +0.10
98 95 92 A B- 19.77Magnachip r MX 19.16 +0.04
86 80 83 A D+ NH 7NXPSemi NXPI.33.31 +0.45
87 97 82 B C- 20.57Omnivision OVTI 17.72 +0.27
10 7 38 E B- 41.0
75 52 90 B B NH
90 91 85 B B+ 27.5
43 20 94 E A- 5.1
84 83 94 D B+ 22.3
23 1 73 D C 18.1
50 63 42 B B- 38.8
72 59 65 B B- NH
56 31 87 D B+ 16.7
94 96 82 A B- 50.6
42 43 53 A C 22.4
71 77 61 A C+ 39.2
65 81 43 A C 37.9
59 71 58 C B- 37.8
85 95 71 C B+ 39.5
77 49 87 C A+21.1
47 99 5 A C 45.5
98 93 98 B B- 70.6
10 20 20 E C 12.6
35 32 42 C B- 13.4
94 77 93 C B- 28.2
63 68 72 E B+ 12.3
85 80 84 D A- 12.7
20 16 45 E D+ 15.8
48 28 83 .. B 17.4

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-26 342 7 91 93 61 A B+ 48.9 Annie's
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69 98 52 D D+ 24.9 BRFSA
.0 BRFS 21.37 -0.20 -49 769 36
ASMIntl 1.5 ASMI 35.71 -0.10+211 19 99 81 36 75 B B NH CalMneF 3.4 CALM 50.22 +0.04 -23 60 18
ASML
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ATMI
ATMI 27.20 -0.17 +2 137 19k 82 73 68 A C 48.8 Campbls 2.5 CPB 46.10 -0.12 -45 889 17o
AdvaMcrDv AMD 4.43 +0.03 +40 40m .. 80 69 67 A A- 21.1 Chefs'Wrhse CHEF 20.10 +0.35 +3 69 28k
AdvEngy
r AEIS 21.99 +0.29 +11 382 26 33 65 35 A C 43.4 CocaCo 2.8 r KO 40.23 -0.78+148 33m 19o
Aixtron 1.3 AIXG 16.28 +0.12 -62 54 .. 33 76 20 A B- 181 CocaCoF 2.3 KOF 138.6 -1.87 -7 88 27
Altera 1.7 ALTR 34.90 +0.09 -30 2.0m 20 11 36 54 .. D 29.4 CocaCola 1.7 CCH 24.75 -0.36 -75 6 24
AnalogD 2.8 ADI 48.52 +0.12 -40 1.2m 23o 41 86 56 C E 39.4 CocaClEn 2.2 r CCE 37.00 -0.15 -10 2.5m 16
ApMat 2.4 AMAT 16.58 +0.11 -45 8.1m 31o 85 84 70 B C+ 37.0 ConAgra 2.7 CAG 36.76 -0.13 -42 2.0m 17o
ArmHld .4 ARMH 41.73 +0.33 -29 2.2m 52 4 38 16 D C- 11.3 Cott
2.8 COT 8.21 +0.01 +11 438 18
Audience
ADNC 13.04 +0.21 -62 87 14 88 73 88 C B+ 10.7 DeanFds
DF 10.55 +0.18 -37 6.0m 7
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CabotMi .0 CCMP 37.25 +0.17 -8 119 19 51 94 23 A B- 126 Fomento 1.5 FMX 100.1 -1.88 +30 891 22
Cavium
CAVM 36.22 -1.19 +62 1.0m 59 19 28 48 D C 28.7 FreshDe 1.8 r FDP 27.87 -0.28 +8 219 12k

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Cirrus
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Cree
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CVDEquip
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Cypress 3.8 CY 11.60 +0.16 +25 3.1m 25
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Electro 2.6 ESIO 12.26 +0.10 +24 99 58
Exar
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Fairchild
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Freescale
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Earnings Per Share Growth Rating

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62 65 67 B C 51.6
91 90 80 B B NH
78 85 65 A C+ NH
30 29 59 E B 37.3
75 67 72 B D- 43.2
43 88 33 B E 74.3
89 95 79 B A- 83.6
69 57 63 A B- 66.8
65 65 68 B B 57.8
72 88 63 B C 85.1

GeneralM 3.0 GIS 51.15 -0.07 -40 2.2m 19o


HainCelest HAIN.74.12 +2.35 +90 880 32o
Hershey 1.8 HSY 91.92 -0.20 -17 961 27
Hillshire 1.4 HSH 34.51 -0.12 -27 895 ..o
HormelF 1.6 HRL 41.41 +0.20 +29 1.2m 22o
Ingredi 2.5 INGR 61.70 -0.87+165 1.2m 10
J&JSnac .8 JJSF 82.53 -0.34 +16 57 25k
Kellogg 2.7
K 66.31 -0.21 -46 937 18
KraftF 3.5 KRFT 57.47 -0.16 -45 1.8m 17
LancstrC 1.9 LANC 83.92 +0.13 -45 32 20o

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B14

WORLD STOCKS

WEDNESDAY, JULY 17, 2013

INTERNATIONAL LEADERS

Major World Markets, percentage change year to date based on benchmark ETFs

India, Brazil Act To Stem


Sharp Outflows To Dollars
BY DONALD H. GOLD
INVESTOR'S BUSINESS DAILY

The Federal Reserve is debating


when to cut back on its huge injection of liquidity into a struggling
U.S. economy. But central banks
in two major emerging markets
are already tightening, even at
the cost of sorely needed growth.
The Reserve Bank of India on
Monday hiked two key shortterm rates 200 basis points to
10.25%.
The Central Bank of Brazil
made its move July 10, hiking the
key Selic rate a half-point to
8.50%. That was its third interestrate hike this year.
The prospect of less aggressive
quantitative easing in America
has boosted yields for dollar-denominated debt and has unleashed a rush for the exits from
other countries, including India
and Brazil.
The outflow from Indian rupees and Brazilian reais sent
those currencies reeling.
The Indian rupee slid as low as
61.10 per dollar July 8. It traded at
54.18 just two months earlier.
Brazils real sank to 2.2770 recently from 2.0088 just two
months ago.
Those moves are dramatic in
the world of currencies.
Such sudden nose-dives fuel import-driven inflation and make
for a poor investment climate.
Theyre adjusting to this period of uncertainty to the unwinding of QE3, said Tu Packard, se-

nior economist at Moodys Analytics.


The consensus on when the Fed
will start to taper is in flux.
Now its not so clear when that
unwinding is supposed to begin.
And thats roiling the capital markets, Packard said.
As doubts arose about the imminence of Fed tightening or less
easing the rupee and real regained some of their harsh declines. But just a bit.
Inflation is an ongoing problem
in India, and a rate hike is one
way to cope.
Indias wholesale price index,
that countrys benchmark, rose
4.86% from a year earlier, the government said Monday. Thats
within the central banks 5%
threshold of pain.
But the central bank was likely
swayed to pull the rate-hiking
trigger by the currencys swoon,
Packard says. And, after all, the
weak currency sets the stage for a
higher inflation rate.
The Central Bank of Brazil, too,
couldnt have been happy about
the flight from reais.
Brazilian debt got pummeled as
investors fled to dollars. Tenyear government bond yields
surged as high as 11.75% June 20.
They had been at 9.5% May 8.

00 An expanded version of the


Top 10 World Stocks is available
in the Screen Center at
Investors.com. It displays
updated price and volume data,
more company fundamentals
and IBD SmartSelect Ratings.

IBD Composite Rating


Earnings Per Share Growth Rating
Relative Price Strength Rating
Sales+Profit Margins+ROE
Accumulation/Distribution (3 mos)
52-wk

6 6 6 6 6 High
84 69 84 B B 15.6
98 93 96 A B 18.4
49 67 50 B C- 75.3
32 83 30 .. B 86.9
26 51 43 D B- 32.1
59 79 40 A B+ 74.0
81 81 85 B A- 18.7
61 77 71 D C+ 11.2
63 68 58 B B 84.9
41 80 51 D E 26.5
43 15 83 D A- 48.1
76 34 91 C B 73.7
32 30 58 D B- 21.2
59 70 63 C B 44.2
72 38 92 D B 34.0
75 88 68 B C NH
80 90 72 D B+ 30.7
66 72 76 C B+ 34.1
69 84 68 C B- NH
89 68 89 D A NH
46 78 48 .. B- 43.0
43 78 50 .. C+ 43.9
60 60 51 B D+ 19.6

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Vol% Vol P
Stock % Yield Symbol Price Chg Chg 1000 E

Daily

29. COMPUTER

Since

-0.3% Change +9.22%Jan. 1

AltriaG 4.7 r MO 37.23 +0.18


AmBevC 2.8 ABVC 36.33 -0.75
ABuschI 2.0 BUD 91.81 -0.12
Beam 1.4 BEAM 64.82 -0.17
BostonBeer r SAM 180.2 -0.53
BritAme 4.0 BTI 106.3 -0.25
BrownFo 1.4 BFB 72.53 +0.30
CompCer 1.6 CCU 28.70 -0.30
CompBeb 1.7 ABV 36.63 -0.75
ConstelatnsA STZ 52.39 +0.14
Diageo
2.3 DEO 121.4 -0.60
Lorilla 4.8 r LO 46.25 ...
MolsCoo 2.5 TAP 51.08 -0.63
PhillipM 3.8 PM 89.95 +0.34
Reynolds 4.8 RAI 51.97 +0.49
Univers 3.3 UVV 61.45 -0.04

-28 6.9m 16
-53 9 21k
+74 2.4m 19
-47 346 25
-35 36 41
-47 107 15
+11 336 26
-67 50 23k
-60 1.4m 22
-16 1.7m 23o
-37 348 19
-36 2.2m 15
-32 939 13
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-7 1.8m 16
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Daily
-0.2% Change
+8.52%Since
Jan. 1

7IPO within last 15 years and EPS & RS 80 or higher

94 92 87 A B- 72.27Opentab r OPEN.67.02 -0.66 +4 532 38


32 73 12 B C 705
11 26 24 D C- 40.9
84 51 92 D A- 13.9
84 69 84 A A- 26.0
42 15 86 B C- 23.6
91 87 79 B C+ 12.6
23 31 40 C C+ 14.6
23 26 48 C C+ 37.1
94 90 94 B A+NH
73 83 44 A C 28.2
23 41 7 B B 32.6
60 38 91 C B+ 26.7
52 81 18 A B+ 22.5
58 70 66 C B+ 23.0
42 29 88 C C- 33.6
62 86 35 A C 53.2
94 83 88 A A NH
49 59 44 B C+ 32.8
86 84 75 B B- 40.5
75 82 52 A B 39.4
11 18 36 B E 16.4
21 23 44 D B 12.0
32 72 19 B C 19.3
75 93 39 A B 24.2
15 16 9 B B+ 26.5
84 58 91 B B- NH
99 95 98 A A NH
74 78 95 E D+ 16.0
49 57 57 C C+ 14.9
84 73 87 A B- 45.4
44 74 19 B C+ 81.0

Canada
-3.3%
S&P 500
+17.5%

Apple
2.8 AAPL 430.2 +2.76 -43 7.6m 10
Canon
4.0 CAJ 34.68 +0.54 -57 193 16
Carbonite CARB 13.24 -0.01 +67 132 ..
Cisco
2.6 CSCO 25.71 -0.22 -37 26m 13o
Cray
CRAY 21.48 +0.23 +3 360 5
Datalink
DTLK 11.71 +0.05 +8 46 13
Dell
2.5 DELL 13.02 -0.13+202 62m 8o
Diebold 3.4 DBD 33.95 -0.20 +35 784 26
ElecImag
r EFII 30.32 +0.33 -12 209 22
EMC
1.6 r EMC 25.31 +0.04 -26 16m 14
FusionIo
FIO 14.41 -0.09 -68 1.5m 43
HewletP 2.2 HPQ 26.45 +0.07 -38 11m 6o
IXIA
XXIA 14.83 -0.13 -31 511 26
JuniperNtk JNPR 20.55 +0.10 -61 2.5m 22
LexmarkA 3.6 r LXK 33.10 ... -33 512 9
MicrosSys r MCRS 46.36 -0.18 -46 407 18o
NCR
NCR 35.39 +0.16 +9 1.4m 13
NatInstr 1.9 NATI 29.44 -0.04 -30 265 28
Netapp 1.5 r NTAP 40.07 -0.03 -46 4.4m 17o
NiceSyst .3 NICE 38.55 -0.15 -24 103 15
PitneyB 5.4 PBI 14.00 +0.08 +31 4.6m 7
Polycom r PLCM 11.30 -0.17 -18 1.2m 18
Radware .0 r RDWR 14.83 -0.16 -43 122 17
Riverbed
RVBD 16.89 -0.22 +5 2.6m 16
RuckusWrls RKUS 13.02 -0.45 -54 721 59
Seagate 3.3 STX 46.56 -0.15 -44 2.3m 7
Silicom
1.3 SILC 41.85 +0.07 -16 56 24k
SiliconGrph r SGI 15.39 -0.11 -40 208 99
SuperMicro SMCI 11.92 +0.05 -48 74 18k
Synaptics SYNA 42.17 +0.18 -23 710 18
Teradata
r TDC 57.32 +0.32 -4 1.9m 21

52-wk

6 6 6 6 6 High
64 89 73 .. B 24.5
94 72 95 B B- 68.7
52 60 73 C C- NH
49 9 82 E A+11.9
54 63 60 B C- 47.2

Russia
-10%

U.K.
+3.5%

South Korea
-13.5%
China
Small Cap China
Japan
-4.7% Big Cap
+21.7%
-16.9%
Taiwan
India
Hong Kong +3.3%
-4.7%
-3%

Germany
France +4.5%
+3.3%

Nasdaq
+19.2%

Mexico
-7%

Brazil
-22.6%
Australia
-5.9%

South Africa
-16.4%

Top World Stocks


Rank

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10

Company

Symbol

Country

Relative Annual Last Qtr Next Qtr Last Qtr


Closing Composite EPS Strgth EPS Est EPS
EPS
Sales
Price Rating Rating Rtg % Chg % Chg % Chg %Chg

TM
JAPAN
128.9
95
Toyota Motor
World's biggest automaker benefits from yen's collapse.

96

88

+22 +127

JAZZ
IRELAND
71.80
Jazz Pharma
Xyrem is key growth driver. M&A also helping growth.

99

85

+28

98

+39

+91

44

52

81

+20

+16

+20

+11

25

52

98

95

+36

+71

+31

+26

..

24

LUXMBRG 19.16
98
95
MagnaChip Semicond MX
New products helping to drive South Korean chipmaker's growth.

92

+11 +212

+23

+16

35

11

KORS
HONG KONG
62.61
Michael Kors
Has found success with affordable luxury strategy.

97

99

77

+30 +138

+44

+57

52

28

YNDX
NETHER.
29.56
Yandex
Owns 60% of Russia's search-engine market share.

99

98

89

+27

+53

+32

+29

26

38

79

99

+63 +156

YY
CHINA
34.62
96
YY
Chinese social network's platform offers voice, text and video.

EDU
CHINA
23.99
99
88
88
New Orientl Edu
China's biggest school company focuses on language, test preparation.
VIPS
CHINA
33.08
Vipshop Hldgs
Online retailer offers brand names at discount prices.

95

+1 210 14
-46 1.3m 6
+17 9.3m 9
+96 195 99o
-34 107 18

80

IBD Composite Rating


Earnings Per Share Growth Rating
Relative Price Strength Rating
Sales+Profit Margins+ROE
Accumulation/Distribution (3 mos)
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Dividend Stock Close

+62

+134

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25

+22

+7

+29

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..

+207

..

..

-17

99

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Vol% Vol P

6 6 6 6 6 High Stock % Yield Symbol Price Chg Chg 1000 E


10 34 21 E B 17.4 Transal 7.7 TAC 14.20 +0.03 -30 71 34k
60 84 58 C B 51.5 UNSEne 3.5 UNS 50.30 +0.57 +13 306 21
46 82 44 C D- 42.1 UILHldg 4.2 UIL 40.55 -0.29 -12 227 19k
47 54 56 D A- NH Unitil
4.5 UTL 30.99 +0.03 -6 45 21k
41 51 55 C B- 37.6 Vectren 3.9 VVC 36.10 -0.10 -20 216 18
20 26 58 D D+ 13.3 VeoliaE 6.1 VE 12.74 +0.18 -22 192 99
Daily
Since 65 96 42 B C+ 35.0 WestarE 4.1 WR 33.09 -0.28 -28 647 14
30. UTILITY
-0.5% Change +12.56%Jan. 1
38 62 46 D B 46.2 WGLHld 3.8 WGL 44.32 -0.11 +24 228 15k
31 55 44 C C+ 14.0 AES
1.3 AES 12.77 -0.10 -40 3.5m 11 36 61 42 B C- 45.0 WiscEne 3.2 WEC 42.86 -0.24 -1 1.5m 18
52 59 50 B B 45.6 AGLRes 4.1 GAS 45.35 -0.01 -39 301 17k 37 80 38 C D- 31.8 XcelEne 3.8 XEL 29.79 -0.07 -50 1.9m 15
72 85 65 C B 53.3 Allete
3.6 ALE 52.92 -0.25 -35 96 19
Daily
Since
68 83 54 C B+ NH AlliantE 3.5 LNT 53.20 -0.20 +10 463 16 31. REAL EST
+0.1% Change +9.13%Jan. 1
35 65 38 C B- 51.6 AmerEle 4.1 AEP 47.23 -0.27 -22 2.6m 15
46 70 46 D A- 36.7 AmerenCo 4.4 AEE 35.99 -0.07 -24 1.4m 14 8 52 5 .. E 26.9 AGMortg 18 MITT 17.72 -0.17 -31 377 5
79 94 70 B B- 59.8 AmerStat 2.8 AWR 58.51 -0.68 -11 139 20 47 45 68 E B 18.3 AVHomes AVHI 16.93 -0.02 -46 26 ..
47 68 51 B C- 43.1 AmerWtr 2.6 AWK 42.32 -0.47 -19 777 19 85 71 87 C A- NH AlexdrBaldw ALEX 43.33 +0.83 -22 177 67
83 97 61 A B 33.6 AquaAme 2.3 WTR 32.84 -0.77 +40 917 23 9 1 28 .. C+ 21.0 AltisourceRes RESI 17.91 +0.31 +39 423 ..o
41 71 54 D C 45.1 AtmosEn 3.2 ATO 43.43 ... +5 438 16 5 28 5 .. E 25.5 AmerCap 17 MTGE 17.78 -0.16 -64 609 5
35 51 46 D B+ 29.3 AvistaC 4.3 AVA 28.56 -0.04 -35 218 20 31 12 53 D B 18.1 AmerRlt 6.1 r ARCP 15.04 +0.07 -50 2.0m ..
79 89 86 D B+ NH BlackHi 2.9 BKH 52.87 -1.04 +40 261 22 2 16 5 B E 33.7 AmCpAy 18 r AGNC 22.17 -0.29 -63 4.4m 6
18 60 11 A D+ 24.1 CPFLEne 6.0 CPL 18.48 -0.10 -42 236 10 5 32 6 C C+ 17.8 AnnalyC 13 r NLY 12.00 -0.07 -47 7.8m 6
46 68 50 C B NH CalifWt 3.1 CWT 20.94 -0.27 +45 330 21 19 38 48 E C+ 33.4 Apartmn 3.1 AIV 31.13 +0.04 -21 1.2m ..
9 ARI 16.22 ... +1 388 10
46 63 53 C C+ 24.7 Centerpt 3.4 CNP 24.51 -0.13 -36 1.7m 18 29 59 25 B D- 18.3 ApolloC
74 91 67 B C 58.0 Chesapke 2.7 CPK 57.40 -0.38 -22 23 16k 18 37 7 A D- 22.1 ApolloR 17 AMTG 15.76 -0.36 -26 537 5
47 60 52 C B+ 49.5 ClecoCo 3.0 CNL 48.64 -0.01 -41 148 19k 33 41 35 B B- 151 AvalonB 3.0 AVB 140.3 +0.66 -57 428 67
62 94 48 B C+ 30.0 CMSEnrgy 3.6 CMS 28.12 -0.11 +11 2.8m 16 15 15 31 C B- 117 BostonP 2.4 BXP 109.5 -0.20 -30 812 68
13 76 4 B E 16.4 CmpDeSan .0 SBS 10.11 -0.25 -25 1.6m 7 13 12 38 .. E 39.2 BrkfldAs 1.6 BAM 36.92 -0.18 -48 451 19
18 89 10 .. B- 15.0 CompEner 8.6 CIG 8.94 -0.07 +1 2.8m 3o 45 57 31 B C+ 19.2 Brookfiel 3.3 BPO 16.95 -0.13 +10 1.3m 8k
CBG 23.88 -0.16 -32 1.9m 19
32 63 30 C B+ 66.0 ConsEdi 4.1 ED 59.74 -0.31 -36 1.3m 15 73 72 66 B C- 25.7 CBREGrp
43 58 30 B A- 32.3 CTWtrSe 3.3 CTWS 29.69 +0.07 -22 30 19k 4 36 4 B E 14.0 CYSInvs 15 r CYS 8.71 -0.03 -28 2.5m 8
55 76 46 C B+ 73.3 DTEEner 3.8 DTE 69.56 -0.25 -47 598 16 7 21 20 B D 14.6 Capstea 10 r CMO 11.83 -0.13 -29 723 8
37 63 44 B C- 61.9 Dominio 3.8 r D 59.44 -0.28 -54 1.5m 19 34 66 28 B C- 23.7 ColonyF 7.0 CLNY 20.01 -0.49 -41 758 13
42 54 36 A B- 75.5 DukeEne 4.4 DUK 70.49 -0.52 -36 2.3m 16 39 70 31 A D+ 11.1 DynexCap 11 r DX 10.10 -0.01 -59 212 7
28 49 40 D C- 25.2 Dynegy
DYN 22.01 -0.15 -52 390 4 24 22 29 C B+ 65.7 EquityR 2.7 EQR 58.74 +0.13 -36 1.6m 99
59 88 35 A B+ 54.2 EdisonI
2.8 EIX 49.09 -0.17 -39 1.8m 11 44 45 42 C B+ 34.8 Firstser 1.3 FSRV 31.85 -0.23 -58 12 20k
66 84 62 C B+ 38.9 ElPasoEle 2.8 EE 38.36 -0.08 -27 106 16 24 41 50 D E 20.4 ForestCity r FCEA 18.15 +0.22+180 3.1m ..
FOR.21.91 -0.04 -28 212 54
61 82 48 C B+ NH EmpreDist 4.2 EDE 23.66 -0.05 -8 134 17 77 73 77 C C 25.1 Forestar
7 26 8 B D- 54.3 EmprsNacC 1.7 EOC 41.85 -0.04 -51 60 23k 31 11 38 B B- 18.7 Gladsto 8.8 LAND 16.38 -0.05 0 25 99k
12 44 10 C C 20.0 Enersis
1.9 ENI 15.73 +0.24 -45 353 14 74 87 47 A B- 34.8 GrupoAe .0 OMAB 25.49 -0.23 -4 48 19k
51 91 38 C B 74.5 Entergy 4.7 ETR 71.02 -0.58 -31 860 10 27 47 29 B D 66.2 GrupoAe 8.1 PAC 51.16 +0.16 -47 36 20k
16 26 16 B C+ 39.8 Exelon
3.9 EXC 31.47 -0.08 -56 3.2m 11 75 80 39 A B+ 141 GrupoAer 2.9 ASR 114.0 ... -21 74 21
7 46 12 C D- 51.1 Firsten
5.7 FE 38.33 -0.12 +35 4.3m 11 12 40 13 B D- 29.7 Hattera 12 r HTS 23.33 -0.16 -15 904 6
4.5 HCP 46.31 -0.32 -48 1.8m 24
47 41 75 D B 12.2 GenieEnr 1.9 GNE 10.60 -0.23 -17 59 .. 50 95 24 B B- 56.1 HCP
60 89 44 C B+ 24.4 GrtPlnsE 3.6 GXP 24.06 -0.10 -23 885 15 31 43 40 B C+ 80.1 HealthC 4.5 HCN 67.80 +0.23 -53 1.3m 99
14 39 29 C D- 29.2 HawaiiE 4.7 HE 26.56 -0.11 -34 318 16 32 40 48 D C+ 18.9 HostHtls 2.4 HST 18.07 +0.03 -21 5.7m 99
43 81 69 E C- 49.6 Huaneng 2.9 HNP 41.47 +0.36 -67 34 12 72 30 92 B B 118 HowardHghs HHC 113.6 -0.96 -36 133 68
78 95 62 A C- NH ITCHldgs 1.6 ITC 95.17 +0.25+103 478 21 28 16 47 D B+ 24.2 HudsonP 2.3 HPP 21.90 +0.03 -45 101 ..k
15 IVR 16.40 -0.02 -35 1.5m 5
75 92 60 B B NH IdaCorp
2.9 IDA 51.68 -0.21 -27 196 14k 17 65 7 B D- 22.3 Invesco
SFI 11.59 -0.16 -73 299 ..
42 60 44 C B- 62.8 IntgrysE 4.4 TEG 61.31 -0.09 -38 239 17 14 5 82 E D- 12.6 iStarFincl
.5 JLL 94.58 +0.06 +3 329 17
15 35 20 D B 16.4 KoreaElecPwr KEP 12.30 -0.06 -59 157 .. 51 42 58 B C+ 101 JonesLa
48 72 53 D B+ 48.5 Laclede 3.6 LG 46.69 -0.21 -60 155 15 38 65 45 A D 11.9 KKRFincl 7.7 KFN 10.91 -0.06 +42 1.0m 5
76 86 56 B A- 60.2 MGEEner 2.7 MGEE 59.32 -0.55 +42 57 19k 31 45 44 C B+ 25.1 KimcoRl 3.7 KIM 22.51 +0.01 -41 2.4m 77
85 88 60 B A NH Middlese 3.4 MSEX 21.84 +0.23 +17 39 22k 70 54 76 A D- 18.0 KenndyW 1.6 KW 17.80 +0.03 +84 401 68
47 30 78 D A NH NRGEne 1.7 NRG 28.79 -0.29 +6 4.0m 13 18 8 76 D E 59.9 Macquar 4.9 MIC 55.83 -0.34 -68 98 99
60 72 61 B B+ 64.6 NatlFue 2.4 NFG 61.84 -1.21 +26 404 22 36 7 86 B B+ 6.0 Newcast 11 NCT 5.72 +0.16 +18 10m 6
32 49 35 B B 64.6 National 5.4 NGG 57.87 +0.04 -47 385 13 7 18 15 B D 15.4 OrchidIs 13 ORC 12.42 -0.10 +48 23 73k
PICO 23.24 +0.35 -3 116 ..
27 45 29 C B- 47.6 NJResou 3.6 NJR 43.95 +0.53 +19 216 19k 52 67 38 D B 25.2 PicoHldgs
55 75 59 C B 85.9 NexteraE 3.1 NEE 84.96 -0.48 +37 2.6m 18 43 82 40 A D- 54.6 PlumCre 3.6 PCL 48.90 +0.26 -29 686 34
49 68 55 D B 31.4 Nisource 3.3 NI 30.64 -0.09 -43 1.2m 22 13 30 41 D D- 45.5 Prologis 2.8 PLD 39.30 +0.03 -28 2.5m ..
50 71 44 A C- 45.7 NorthEast 3.3 NU 43.89 -0.21 +7 1.5m 17 50 79 46 A D 168 PublicS 3.1 PSA 160.3 +0.63 -43 419 39
16 49 25 D B- 50.8 NwNatGs 4.1 NWN 44.29 -0.16 -15 102 15 34 21 74 E C+ 55.3 RealogyHdgs RLGY 49.29 +0.29 -13 1.8m ..
REIS 18.39 +0.07 -36 27 73k
56 70 52 D A 43.2 Northwes 3.6 NWE 42.26 -0.04 -13 183 18 80 67 91 C C+ 19.1 Reis
67 92 73 C C- 23.7 NVEner 3.2 NVE 23.65 -0.02 -44 3.6m 17 18 50 31 E B 48.4 RymanHs 5.3 r RHP 37.40 -0.47 -25 1.1m 99
50 50 68 C B+ 36.6 OGEEner 2.3 OGE 35.92 -0.16 -9 726 10 35 39 63 B D+ 32.4 SabraHl 4.9 SBRA 27.60 -0.08 -51 156 41k
JOE 22.59 -0.20 -49 227 99
11 53 5 C C- 22.0 ParaEnrgC 1.8 ELP 12.62 -0.17 +51 711 9o 31 2 62 D B+ 24.4 StJoe
17 60 33 E C- 22.7 PepcoHl 5.3 POM 20.39 -0.04 -14 2.2m 17 45 71 38 B B 28.9 Starwd 7.3 STWD 25.15 -0.44 -48 1.3m 13
TRC 33.20 +1.11 +62 57 99k
26 29 40 C B+ 48.5 PG&E
3.9 PCG 46.37 +0.18+139 6.9m 15 45 33 61 D B+ NH TejonRanch
51 66 46 C B+ 35.5 PiedmntNa 3.5 PNY 34.95 +0.06 -7 282 19o 20 53 21 B E 13.0 TwoHarb 12 r TWO 10.12 -0.05 -41 4.6m 8
3.8 VTR 70.89 +0.20 -25 1.4m 55
59 96 43 B C+ 61.9 Pinnacl 3.7 PNW 58.58 -0.47 -40 545 15 36 63 35 B C- 84.1 Ventas
41 64 46 D B- 24.0 PNMResr 2.8 PNM 23.29 -0.03 -44 274 17 18 29 38 C C+ 88.7 Vornado 3.3 VNO 87.28 -0.49 -49 567 99
35 49 53 D B 32.9 Portlan 3.4 POR 31.94 -0.44 -22 552 17 48 80 40 C C- 33.2 Weyerha 2.7 WY.29.36 ... -45 3.7m 35
15 44 36 C D- 33.6 PPL
4.8 PPL 30.86 -0.03 -46 3.5m 12
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21 40 36 C B- 37.0 PubSvcEn 4.3 PEG 33.65 -0.26 -24 2.1m 13 32. AGRICULTRE -0.2% Change
+2.81%Since
Jan. 1
50 73 40 B B 54.4 Scana
3.9 SCG 51.76 -0.06 -29 497 15
38 49 58 C C- 85.7 SmpraEn 3.0 SRE 84.35 -1.11 -15 1.2m 19 37 47 60 B C 56.8 AGCO .7 r AGCO 54.50 +0.13 -1 850 10
45 59 48 C B 28.1 SJW
2.6 SJW 27.61 +0.28 -13 33 23k 18 44 20 B B 115 Agrium 2.2 AGU 89.79 -2.00 -27 611 8
47 59 54 C B+ 61.8 SJersey
2.9 SJI 60.88 +0.34 -34 65 20k 54 67 78 C B- 44.9 Alamo
.6 ALG 43.71 +0.75 +81 26 17k
37 86 27 B D+ 48.7 Souther 4.5 SO 45.25 -0.30 -13 3.7m 16 36 78 7 A B- 37.5 AmerVan .8 AVD 24.66 -0.37 -26 206 15
42 75 48 C B- 51.5 Southwes 2.6 SWX 49.90 +0.07 +5 158 17k 59 45 81 C B+ NH Anderso 1.1 ANDE 56.43 +0.15 -31 88 14
23 51 29 C B 19.2 TecoEne 5.0 TE 17.58 -0.22 -21 1.7m 15 46 87 49 D D+ 81.0 Bunge 1.6 r BG 73.45 -0.23 -34 545 26
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Xerox
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Xyratex 2.6 XRTX 11.36
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Earnings Per Share Growth Rating
Relative Price Strength Rating
Sales+Profit Margins+ROE
Accumulation/Distribution (3 mos)

Landec
LNDC 14.97 -0.19 -29 83 21
Lifeway .4 LWAY 17.89 +0.10 -36 20 43k
McCormi 1.9 r MKC 72.05 -0.07 -18 514 23o
MeadJoh 1.8 MJN 73.63 -0.25 -24 1.5m 23
Mondel 1.7 r MDLZ 29.87 -0.31 -28 7.7m 21
MonstrB .0 r MNST 60.63 -0.17 -40 1.2m 33
NatlBev
.0 FIZZ 18.16 +0.10 -4 33 17o
OmegaPrtn OME 9.68 -0.25 -10 147 17
PepsiCo 2.7 r PEP 84.02 -0.70 -8 4.5m 20
PinnacleF 2.9 PF 25.01 +0.48 +26 760 41
PostHoldgs r POST 47.00 -0.07 -35 147 34
SandrFa 1.0 SAFM 70.00 -1.56 -13 205 29o
Sanfili
.0 JBSS 20.72 +0.18+122 55 11
Sensient 2.1 SXT 43.49 -0.31 -15 133 17
SmithfldFds SFD 33.11 ... -53 3.1m 18o
Smucker 1.9 r SJM 107.2 +0.50 -15 519 19o
Snydrs-L 2.1 LNCE 30.46 ... -17 149 28
Tootsie
.9 TR 33.97 -0.01 +4 89 39k
TreeHseFds THS 69.60 +0.01 -13 115 24
TysonFds .7 TSN 27.20 -0.27 -34 2.6m 14
Unilever 2.6 UN 41.34 -0.24 -18 1.2m 20
Unilever 3.0 UL 42.46 -0.21 -29 610 20
WhitwFds r WWAV 18.09 +0.71+142 5.4m 28o

28. ALCOHL/TOB
59 80 46 A B- 37.6
40 75 31 A D+ 48.9
41 67 38 B C- 101
42 54 43 B B- 69.8
92 75 86 A A- 181
23 81 33 .. D- 115
72 79 52 A B+ 74.3
27 46 27 C B 35.0
45 76 19 A B 47.2
65 51 87 B C+ 54.6
66 81 42 A B- 127
44 85 57 .. B- 47.0
35 33 54 B C 53.4
39 81 28 B D 96.7
68 77 66 B B NH
33 42 65 C C 61.8

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17 59 16 B D- 30.0
62 94 66 C C 48.8
23 49 26 B C+ 21.6
67 74 71 C B NH
45 85 35 A D 95.6
41 42 57 C B 24.6
54 93 37 A D+ 94.9
39 59 41 A C+ 109
19 56 23 C D+ 64.7
27 55 21 A D+ 46.2
25 31 60 C B- 50.6
24 63 4 A D- 65.3
62 92 45 A B- 87.7

Dividend Stock Close


Vol% Vol P
Stock % Yield Symbol Price Chg Chg 1000 E

CFIndust .9 CF 181.2 -4.16 -24 728 6


CVRPrtn 10 UAN 22.48 -0.59 -60 204 13
CNHGlob .0 CNH 43.70 +0.20 -28 197 8
CosanA 1.7 CZZ 16.08 -0.41 -54 462 14
Darling
DAR 20.41 +0.04 -12 618 18
Deere
2.4 DE 83.96 -0.46 -9 3.1m 10o
Limonei .7 LMNR 21.83 +0.35 -24 21 58
Lindsay
.6 LNN 79.13 -0.17 +6 183 14o
Monsto 1.5 r MON 101.6 -1.69 -6 2.7m 22o
Mosaic 1.8 MOS 54.12 -2.01+123 6.5m 13o
Potash
3.6 POT 38.48 -1.18 +56 7.7m 13
Miracle 2.6 SMG 49.89 -0.27 -28 267 33
Sociedad 2.6 SQM 38.54 -0.06 -63 240 15o
Syngenta 2.0 SYT 82.90 -0.20 +10 196 18

33. MINING
10 54 5 B B- 57.4
41 76 45 B E 15.1
6 49 24 E E 9.9
1 4 2 B E 36.9
6 61 2 B E 43.2
11 32 19 B D- 80.5
10 26 22 B D- 72.4
1 31 1 B E 40.1
10 22 44 D D+ 23.2
1 26 3 C D 47.8
2 4 4 D C 32.0
22 49 27 C D- 17.0
19 55 10 B B+ 24.2
22 73 17 C B 61.6
9 37 12 B B- 43.7
11 54 9 C C+ 47.4
31 47 78 E D+ 13.1
4 52 4 C D+ 57.9
10 39 7 B C- 22.8
21 66 7 B B- 127
8 21 18 C C 60.5
16 62 3 B B- 100
25 85 6 A C 41.3
10 48 10 B D 42.0
7 5 25 .. D+ 22.3
1 17 6 C D- 38.6
2 31 6 B E 21.9
7 53 5 B E 20.6

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+3.8% Change
-35.71%Since
Jan. 1

AgnicoE 3.0 AEM 29.04 +0.75 -4 1.9m 15


Alamos
1.5 AGI 13.67 +0.26+109 107 15k
Alcoa
1.5 AA 8.11 -0.06 -40 10m 30o
Anglogol 1.9 AU 12.95 +0.51 +50 5.6m 6
Barrick 5.0 ABX 16.02 +0.96 +8 21m 4
BHPBill 3.6 BHP 62.60 +1.72 -26 1.8m 9
BHPBiltn 4.1 BBL 55.94 +1.49 -26 631 11
Buenavn 3.3 BVN 14.56 +0.63 +65 2.8m 6
Cameco
1.8 CCJ 20.97 -0.38 +28 1.7m 23
CliffsNa 3.4 CLF 17.52 +0.25 -59 4.2m 5
CoeurMining CDE 12.91 +0.83 +10 2.0m 13
DominionDiam DDC 13.92 -0.09+142 674 60o
FirstMajstic r AG 12.66 +0.68 +10 1.4m 13
FrancoNe 1.8 FNV 39.68 +1.97 -12 401 34
Freeport 4.4 FCX 28.26 +0.13 -54 8.4m 8
Goldcorp 2.2 GG 27.16 +1.40 +17 9.0m 14x
HorsehdHn ZINC 12.25 -0.06 -19 284 99
Newmont 4.9 NEM 28.45 +0.88 +6 9.4m 8
PanAmSl 4.1 PAAS 12.33 +0.49 -14 2.2m 13
Randgold .7 GOLD 69.01 +4.37 +33 1.3m 15
RioTinto 3.8 RIO 43.94 +1.66 0 3.7m 8
RoyalGld 1.8 RGLD 45.42 +3.07 +54 1.4m 29
SlvrWhe 2.2 SLW 21.47 +0.91 -1 5.5m 13
SthrnCo 2.9 SCCO 27.96 +0.20 -29 1.3m 13
TahoeResrcs TAHO 14.82 +0.94 +36 122 ..
TeckRes 3.7 TCK 22.86 +0.60 -35 1.9m 9
Vale
5.3 VALE 13.94 +0.39 -5 17m 15
Yamana 2.5 AUY 10.40 +0.70 +11 8.1m 12

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79 80 98 E A11.37012Smilen BCOM 10.60 .55
90 64 80 B B 30.7 21stCen .6 r FOXA 30.22 +.22
86 64 77 B B30.7 21stCen .6 r FOX 30.31 +.16
52 60 63 B D 115 3M
2.2 r MMM 114.3 .51
87 82 78 A B 68.5 51Job
JOBS 63.70 +1.27

+83 6 99k
62 6.9m 19
75 1.0m 19
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18 30 25 B E 9.8 AccoBrnds ACCO 6.85 +.03 31 531 8
61 73 42 B D 51.9 ACIWwde r ACIW 47.31 .09 2 233 25
64 78 47 C ANH ACNB
4.4 ACNB 17.35 .13 74 0.7 11k
64 28 98 .. B+ 43.9 ADAES
ADES 42.99 +.04 64 35 ..
33 67 41 C C 50.4 ADT
1.2 r ADT 42.96 .90 35 2.1m 24
39 22 76 B B+ 85.8 AEPInd
AEPI 76.32 .45 20 25 16
98 92 86 A B+ 38.67AFCEnterp AFCE 37.99 .27 +31 263 29o
37 47 60 B C 56.8 AGCO .7 r AGCO 54.50 +.13 1 850 10
8 52 5 .. E 26.9 AGMortg 18 MITT 17.72 .17 31 377 5
57 7 94 E A NH AHBelon 4.1 r AHC 7.77 +.09 +11 99 ..k
70 70 67 D B42.1 AOL
.0 r AOL 37.41 .89 50 585 24
22 24 51 E B+ 3.5 APITech
ATNY 3.06 +.08 15 67 ..
53 12 90 E A 5.7 ARCDoc
ARC 4.73 +.09 59 119 ..k
22 6 10 C D+8.6 ArcWire .0 ARCW 4.84 .46 +11 1 8k
10 7 38 E B41.0 ASMIntl 1.5 ASMI 35.71 .10 +211 19 99
75 52 90 B B NH ASML
.7 ASML 87.74 +.82 4 1.6m 23
27 16 37 D B7.0 ATA
3.2 ATAI 4.62 +.06 80 2 18k
90 91 85 B B+ 27.5 ATMI
ATMI 27.20 .17 +2 137 19k
22 50 19 E C 5.0 AUOptronics AUO 3.67 +.07 47 804 ..
92 98 95 .. A22.17AVGTech r AVG 21.18 .27 +47 769 12
47 45 68 E B 18.3 AVHomes AVHI 16.93 .02 46 26 ..
87 86 95 A C 26.9 AAON .8 AAON 25.23 .38 +33 166 31
88 63 93 C A NH AAR
1.2 AIR 24.75 .68 +7 206 13
66 85 33 B D+32.5 Aarons
.2 AAN 28.82 .21 38 272 13
10 16 1 .. D2.1 Aastrom
ASTM .39 ... +28 335 ..k
89 91 71 B B 51.8 Abaxis .0 ABAX 49.75 .32 34 76 59
34 36 58 B D23.4 ABB
3.1 ABB 22.72 +.17 51 942 19
41 69 38 A D+38.8 AbbottL 1.6 r ABT 35.70 +.22 +15 8.5m 8
83 83 65 A C 48.0 AbbVie 3.7 r ABBV 43.81 .81 26 3.7m 12
59 62 72 C C 55.2 AbercrmF 1.6 r ANF 50.23 1.17 +3 2.0m 15o
.. .. 6 .. E 8.0 AberdnA 6.2 FAX 6.12 .05 34 1.3m ..k
.. .. 24 .. E 12.0 AberdnA 10 IAF 10.08 +.03 49 36 ..k
.. .. 16 .. B16.3 AbdnChi 8.6 CH 13.65 +.20 66 12 ..k
.. .. 27 .. C 22.7 AbrdnEm 2.6 ETF 20.04 +.28 +29 15 ..k
.. .. 54 .. C 15.2 AbdnIsr 1.1 ISL 15.00 +.02 47 3 ..k
.. .. 6 .. E 15.4 AberdnG 7.7 FCO 10.94 ... 16 56 ..k
.. .. 23 .. E 13.5 AbdnIndo .0 IF 11.47 +.02 73 12 ..k
.. .. 13 .. B 38.3 AbdnLatA 2.5 LAQ 30.98 .13 92 0.9 ..k
91 72 88 B B24.9 Abiomed r ABMD 23.70 +.05 49 184 64
77 86 79 C B 26.4 ABMIndu 2.4 ABM 25.38 .20 37 147 17o
30 25 46 D B 3.1 Abraxas
AXAS 2.44 +.04 +35 748 99
40 76 12 B A40.2 Acacia 2.0 r ACTG 24.82 .61 +63 892 12
67 43 91 B D+NH AcadiaHlthcr ACHC 35.15 .59 50 191 46
75 22 99 D ANH AcadiaPhm ACAD 19.92 .36 22 2.8m ..
50 85 33 B C 29.3 AcadiaR 3.2 AKR 26.13 +.10 +4 497 42k
49 3 82 D A4.0 AcastiPharm ACST 3.21 +.04 5 18 ..
40 3 98 E C+ 9.2 AccelrtDiagn AXDX 8.22 .11 27 74 ..k
33 45 26 B B 10.0 Accelrys
ACCL 8.92 +.04 48 90 27k
67 77 47 B C 84.2 Accentu 2.2 ACN 75.29 .96 +9 3.7m 18o
72 26 85 B ANH AcsMidP 3.9 ACMP 47.65 1.46 19 285 52
85 93 47 A B 18.1 AccessN 2.8 ANCX 14.12 +.30 +50 41 8k
34 42 36 B C+ 14.2 AccretveHlth r AH 10.92 .02 35 240 34
21 1 63 E B+ 7.4 Accuray
ARAY 6.14 +.01 +137 2.2m ..o
50 7 93 E B+ 6.2 Accuride
ACW 6.05 +.27 +143 575 ..
.. .. 36 .. B25.5 AccGlbLg/Sh AGLS 22.39 +.06 97 0.4 ..k
46 45 58 B C+ NH ACELtd
2.2 ACE 93.22 .51 32 1.1m 11
81 16 99 D A+13.3 AcelrxPharm ACRX 11.97 .41 +4 664 ..
97 80 92 C A+NH Aceto
1.5 ACET 14.91 +.08 +48 243 17o
25 15 17 D B 11.4 Achillion
ACHN 7.10 +.07 +35 1.9m ..
66 82 50 B B+ 13.4 Acme Un 2.5 ACU 12.80 .16 +25 3 11k
52 4 80 B C 40.9 AcordaThrp ACOR 37.94 .32 6 318 38
27 4 69 E B 11.0 AcornEn 1.5 ACFN 9.04 +.25 4 84 ..
7 1 14 E B+ 3.7 AcornIntn
ATV 2.44 +.06 94 0.3 ..
97 90 87 A B 133 Actavis
ACT 122.8 2.34 36 1.1m 19
42 12 87 D C+ 3.4 ActionSm ACTS 2.88 .02 53 34 ..k
57 16 88 D A 15.1 ActivNtwk ACTV 8.81 +.04 +161 1.3m ..
27 57 33 E B5.0 ActiPwr .0 ACPW 4.09 .10 38 37 ..k
89 97 69 A E 16.1 Activsn 1.3 ATVI 15.10 .03 56 3.6m 11
48 66 72 C E NH Actuant
.1 ATU 34.81 .48 +18 616 18o
66 34 73 B B 7.4 Actuate
r BIRT 7.30 .05 20 123 19k
83 64 82 B B+ 86.1 AcuityB
.6 AYI 84.98 .95 4 313 26x
14 1 20 E D4.5 AcuraPhn ACUR 2.01 +.03 45 312 ..
70 42 88 D A26.5 Acxiom
r ACXM 25.55 .36 8 402 33
.. .. 53 .. D12.5 AdamsEx 1.6 r ADX 12.31 .08 21 120 ..k
90 98 95 C B71.8 AdamsRes 1.3 AE 65.97 +.22 16 10 9k
12 7 34 D D6.3 AdcareH .0 ADK 4.23 +.04 73 14 ..k
91 96 99 D A 23.77AddusHC ADUS 19.53 3.53 +193 544 21k
31 44 46 D B+ 2.4 ADDvantg
AEY 2.32 .03 95 0.9 11k
14 80 8 E D 10.9 Adecoagro AGRO 6.77 +.07 22 193 75
16 5 37 E A4.7 AdeptTch ADEP 3.66 .03 +11 57 ..
62 98 24 B B+ 98.4 AdmFPrvd 9 PVD 85.83 .16 66 9 6
61 26 79 B B 48.6 AdobeSys ADBE 47.49 .63 33 2.5m 24o
39 15 80 D B+ 26.7 Adtran 1.4 r ADTN 25.76 +.50 +36 1.1m 37o
43 20 94 E A5.1 AdvaMcrDv AMD 4.43 +.03 +40 40m ..
80 91 39 B B+ 4.7 AdvSemi 1.4 ASX 4.19 .06 86 117 13
58 72 52 B C 88.7 AdvAuto .3 AAP 82.38 1.00 26 445 16
84 83 94 D B+ 22.3 AdvEngy
r AEIS 21.99 +.29 +11 382 26
7 12 26 E D0.8 AdvPhotonxA API .53 .02 80 19 ..k
34 23 74 E B 18.2 Advantes 1.0 ATE 16.73 .27 90 3 ..k
.. .. 39 .. B10.5 AdvClEn 8.4 LCM 9.97 .03 +40 62 ..k
96 97 92 A A NH AdventS .0 ADVS 28.67 +.42 14 316 25
.. .. 37 .. C 7.6 AdvClyCnS 8.0 AGC 7.02 .11 4 101 ..k
.. .. 39 .. C 18.8 AdvClCv 6.5 AVK 17.18 .16 25 62 ..k
.. .. 48 .. B NH AdshrsGlb .0 GIVE 56.28 +.25 27 0.8 ..
.. .. 30 .. E 51.0 AdshsNw 1.8 MINC 49.12 .10 +66 21 99
.. .. 38 .. D38.4 AdshrsPTBus DBIZ 26.01 +.03 95 0.1 1
.. .. 43 .. D 28.4 Advrshs .3 QEH 27.13 +.22 96 0.1 ..
.. .. 27 .. B 27.0 AdvShSt .7 VEGA 23.91 .01 39 4 ..
71 64 54 A C 57.4 Advisry .0 r ABCO 56.85 +.21 67 77 46
.. .. 47 .. B 29.7 AdvMeid .8 MATH 28.52 ... 11 2 ..k
39 50 71 E A4.5 AdvOil&Gs AAV 4.18 +.04 +38 448 ..
73 80 88 D B+ 33.17AecomTech r ACM 32.44 .28 22 500 13
33 18 89 E B+ 10.4 AegeaM .5 r ANW 8.44 .10 45 205 15
58 4 99 .. B+ NH Aegerion
AEGR 77.01 2.97 3 701 ..
35 42 65 C B26.1 Aegion
r AEGN 24.04 .20 1 165 18
63 63 79 E C 7.5 Aegon
3.0 AEG 7.30 .06 43 798 9
63 31 97 D B+ NH AehrTest
AEHR 1.90 +.05 +38 24 ..k
69 61 77 C A 18.2 AerCap
AER 17.47 .12 58 143 8
87 76 84 A C+ 21.5 Aerocentury ACY 20.50 +.25 +11 5 4k
46 44 70 C B9.3 Aeroflex
ARX 8.34 .02 25 28 17o
11 16 35 D C+ 21.0 Aeropostale ARO 14.23 .72 +14 2.3m 35o
26 31 29 E A25.7 AeroVirnmntAVAV 20.65 .24 59 93 44o
31 55 44 C C+ 14.0 AES
1.3 AES 12.77 .10 40 3.5m 11
28 63 9 .. B5.6 AEterna .0 AEZS 1.87 .04 36 133 ..k

IBD Composite Rating


Earnings Per Share Growth Rating
Relative Price Strength Rating
Sales+Profit Margins+ROE
Accumulation/Distribution (3 mos)
52-wk

Dividend Stock Close

Vol% Vol P

6 6 6 6 6 High Stock % Yield Symbol Price Chg Chg 1000 E


89 71 83 B B65.2 Aetna 1.3 r AET 62.52 1.00 +16 3.3m 11
2 2 5 E D 1.2 Aetrium
ATRM .51 +.01 +207 29 ..k
93 89 83 A BNH AffilMangers AMG 174.1 1.46 +84 726 21
86 55 81 D A+5.3 Affymetrix AFFX 4.85 .33 +39 817 ..
78 70 70 A C+ 59.4 AFLAC
2.4 AFL 59.18 +.28 29 1.9m 9
17 24 14 .. C 5.4 Agenus
AGEN 3.95 +.07 11 239 ..
53 65 56 B B47.5 Agilent 1.0 r A 45.91 .20 45 2.0m 15o
76 80 80 D B14.2 Agilysys
AGYS 11.88 +.26 36 42 37
52 59 50 B B 45.6 AGLRes 4.1 GAS 45.35 .01 39 301 17k
10 54 5 B B57.4 AgnicoE 3.0 AEM 29.04 +.75 4 1.9m 15
50 56 60 A C 34.3 AgreeRe 5.3 ADC 30.82 .28 69 35 22
28 1 83 .. A1.3 Agria
r GRO 1.15 ... 31 18 ..k
18 44 20 B B 115 Agrium 2.2 AGU 89.79 2.00 27 611 8
78 70 76 A C+ 31.0 AirLease .4 AL.28.50 +.07 25 460 17
37 90 15 B D 50.6 AirMet .0 AIRM.34.86 1.89 +63 913 17
65 60 55 B B97.7 AirProd 3.0 APD 95.50 1.11 +5 1.7m 17
54 66 62 C B 10.5 AirT
2.9 AIRT 10.20 .20 +29 5 14k
72 84 88 C B 6.9 AirTrnspSv ATSG 6.77 +.03 +29 218 10
60 44 85 B B17.5 Aircast 3.9 AYR 16.98 .17 40 271 9
64 70 56 B D+104 Airgas 1.9 r ARG 100.6 +.31 19 389 23
5 26 11 D D2.6 Airmedia r AMCN 1.75 .03 38 42 14k
23 1 73 D C 18.1 Aixtron 1.3 AIXG 16.28 +.12 62 54 ..
2 21 11 E E 6.7 AKSteel 6.0 AKS 3.34 +.05 40 3.2m ..
87 86 78 A C+ 48.5 Akamai r AKAM 44.42 .27 24 1.5m 23
63 63 27 A C 16.7 Akorn
AKRX 14.00 +.01 60 230 27
54 67 78 C B44.9 Alamo
.6 ALG 43.71 +.75 +81 26 17k
41 76 45 B E 15.1 Alamos 1.5 AGI 13.67 +.26 +109 107 15k
96 98 81 A B 68.0 AlaskaA 1.3 r ALK.60.16 .91 29 805 12
39 80 26 .. B 2.5 AlskCom 10 ALSK 1.86 +.06 17 304 4
93 83 93 C B 36.5 AlbnyInt 1.7 AIN 35.75 .44 20 93 22k
95 80 99 C B NH 7AlbanyMlc AMRI 13.47 .25 54 221 29
57 78 48 B D69.0 Albemar 1.5 r ALB 64.70 +.06 +2 644 14
57 10 92 E A 2.0 AlctlLuc
ALU 1.90 .03 55 5.7m ..
29 22 86 E B11.2 AlcoStores ALCS 10.05 .06 21 6 32
6 49 24 E E 9.9 Alcoa
1.5 AA 8.11 .06 40 10m 30o
71 53 92 .. .. 11.5 Alcobra
ADHD 10.01 .24 38 54 ..k
6 51 2 .. E 2.6 AlderonIrnOre AXX .88 ... 44 7 ..k
59 31 71 B B 29.6 Alere
ALR 26.79 .42 23 398 13
.. .. 43 .. C NH Alerian 5.7 AMLP 18.06 .22 4 3.4m ..
85 71 87 C ANH AlexdrBaldw ALEX 43.33 +.83 22 177 67
21 38 27 B B348 Alexand 3.6 ALX 306.6 1.86 +102 11 30k
15 29 24 C C 78.4 Alexndr 3.8 ARE 69.32 .15 59 315 60
1 29 1 E E 4.7 AlexcoRgn AXU 1.30 +.10 8 372 ..
93 98 46 A C+ 125 Alexion
r ALXN 107.0 .89 +32 2.1m 46
19 12 34 E C+ 6.7 Alexza
ALXA 4.56 .01 80 101 ..
21 4 68 C B47.0 Alico
.7 ALCO 44.12 +2.22 0 14 25k
90 74 73 A A 39.8 AlignTech ALGN 38.19 .51 +67 1.2m 33
55 8 98 .. B5.7 AlimeraS
ALIM 5.13 +.06 70 51 ..
97 80 86 A C+ 34.3 Alkermes ALKS.29.63 1.00 46 869 22
45 29 52 B B404 Alleghany
Y 398.0 5.69 29 32 19k
2 4 15 E D+37.0 Alleghny 2.7 ATI 26.54 .36 +26 2.1m 24
94 94 83 A C 109 7Allegia .0 ALGT 103.1 +.35 34 75 22
60 89 15 A C 116 Allergn
.2 AGN 90.14 2.23 8 2.8m 21
72 85 65 C B 53.3 Allete
3.6 ALE 52.92 .25 35 96 19
40 42 58 D C 14.7 Alliance 1.4 ALLB 14.50 +.03 71 1 31k
95 86 80 A B 192 7AlliancData r ADS 188.0 2.09 +19 907 21
99 94 99 B A+NH 7AlliFib .0 AFOP 31.94 .83 +181 588 40k
84 90 81 A D 66.37Allianc 4.8 AHGP 63.77 +.70 12 50 16
78 56 99 .. A+17.0 Allianc
.0 AIQ 16.92 +.10 +28 72 ..k
40 59 60 D B4.1 AlliancOne
AOI 4.02 +.13 +206 798 16k
65 88 60 A E 78.5 Allianc 6.2 ARLP 72.58 .58 22 57 11
38 73 60 .. D+27.4 AlliBer 7.5 AB 20.39 +.06 6 456 14
.. .. 33 .. C 17.6 AllizNFJ 10 NFJ 16.66 .13 2 247 ..k
68 83 54 C B+ NH AlliantE 3.5 LNT 53.20 .20 +10 463 16
87 71 91 C B+ 89.5 Alliant 1.2 ATK 88.08 .32 7 271 10
.. .. 33 .. D10.0 AllizCon 11 NCV 9.33 .01 45 179 ..
.. .. 33 .. D 9.1 AllizConI 11 NCZ 8.55 .03 54 128 ..
.. .. 47 .. C 19.5 AllizEq&Co 6.0 NIE 18.75 .17 34 52 ..k
.. .. 39 .. C 15.3 AllizGlbEq 8.4 NGZ 14.37 .08 +27 39 ..
.. .. 23 .. D+11.2 AllizIntl
11 NAI 9.55 .11 56 22 ..
.. .. 16 .. E 17.3 AlliBGl 8.4 AWF 14.29 .09 47 173 ..k
.. .. 16 .. E 8.4 AlliBIn 6.6 ACG 7.27 .01 28 728 ..k
43 49 46 D B+ 7.2 AlldMot 1.4 AMOT 7.10 +.01 +54 11 12k
10 53 1 B D41.0 AliNevadaGld ANV 6.24 +.52 +35 4.2m 12
35 34 53 B C NH AlliedW 2.1 AWH 94.64 1.33 34 113 17
45 3 72 C B+ 24.9 Allison 2.0 ALSN 23.62 .86 +90 436 29
.. .. 9 .. C+ 17.1 AllcCAMu 6.0 AKP 12.48 .03 7 28 ..k
.. .. 11 .. C+ 16.1 AllnNtl 4.9 AYN 12.43 ... 9 17 ..k
.. .. 8 .. E 16.9 AllBNtl 6.8 AFB 12.78 ... +56 155 ..k
31 55 23 B A 29.1 AllotCm
ALLT 14.27 .56 +27 617 31
51 28 84 D ANH Allscripts MDRX 15.74 .03 +92 5.5m 24
32 17 69 C C NH Allstate 2.0 r ALL 51.00 .20 51 1.7m 11
6 7 5 D C+ 3.3 AlmadMin AAU 1.52 +.11 34 78 ..o
12 22 31 D C 21.8 AlmostF .0 AFAM 19.60 .02 47 22 11
89 59 99 E A+51.0 AlnylamPh ALNY 46.62 3.75 +92 1.2m ..
59 22 89 E B+ 4.1 AlonBluSqIsr BSI 3.90 +.05 32 10 ..
30 80 25 B E 21.2 AlonUSA 1.8 ALJ 13.50 .01 36 392 4
50 79 50 A D27.5 AlnUSA 27 ALDW 21.47 .66 1 323 3
1 2 4 E D 10.7 AlphaNatRes ANR 5.44 .12 41 7.4m ..
18 54 18 D C 10.5 AlphaOmg AOSL 7.87 .04 58 58 9
9 14 35 D D+1.9 AlphaProT r APT 1.55 .02 66 13 25k
.. .. 61 .. B33.4 Alphacln .7 ALFA 33.11 .09 41 6 99
44 36 78 E C 2.4 Alphatec
ATEC 2.29 .02 22 167 99k
.. .. 36 .. E 9.0 AlpGlbP 7.8 AWP 7.68 .03 31 221 ..k
.. .. 15 .. C 6.0 AlpGlbDD 7.6 AGD 4.71 +.01 26 91 ..k
.. .. 25 .. D+4.6 AlpTotDv 7.9 AOD 4.04 ... +1 1.3m ..k
.. .. 57 .. A47.2 AlpsEqS 1.8 EQL 46.59 .23 22 13 ..
.. .. 46 .. .. 26.3 AlpsIntlSecD IDOG 26.23 +.15 28 9 99
.. .. 59 .. B 32.3 AlpsSct 3.7 SDOG 32.01 .23 +72 211 ..
26 43 20 D B 5.0 AltairN
.0 ALTI 2.34 +.04 50 7 ..k
50 63 42 B B38.8 Altera 1.7 ALTR 34.90 +.09 30 2.0m 20
19 42 14 E C+ 14.5 Alteva 11 ALTV 9.37 .03 +180 45 ..k
92 93 63 A B 129 Altisource ASPS 98.38 +.21 78 34 21
9 1 28 .. C+ 21.0 AltisourceRes RESI 17.91 +.31 +39 423 ..o
88 83 92 C B31.37Altra 1.3 AIMC 30.18 +.04 50 74 19k
59 80 46 A B37.6 AltriaG 4.7 r MO 37.23 +.18 28 6.9m 16
21 20 44 D B 5.3 Alumina 5.9 AWC 3.93 +.07 25 109 ..k
2 13 6 E E 13.3 AlmnmChina ACH 8.10 .06 52 64 ..o
55 80 38 A D 7.4 AmFstTx 7.5 ATAX 6.67 .06 57 64 27k
51 34 85 E B+ 3.3 AmShrd
AMS 3.00 .21 +65 36 60k
64 53 50 B B+ NH AmSft 4.4 AMSWA 9.09 +.17 +59 61 21o
66 56 80 D E 25.7 AMAGPhrm AMAG 23.16 .46 30 85 ..
10 1 2 .. D16.0 Amarin
AMRN 5.53 .07 16 3.3m ..
44 6 72 D BNH Amazon
AMZN 306.9 +.30 3 2.7m 99
30 62 1 .. A27.3 AmbacFinl AMBC 24.60 +.61 55 453 ..
98 98 98 A B 18.67Ambarella AMBA.17.65 .22 41 714 19o
12 18 8 E D5.4 AmbasG 6.7 r EPAX 3.59 +.15 2 40 18k
40 75 31 A D+48.9 AmBevC 2.8 ABVC 36.33 .75 53 9 21k
52 20 85 E A+6.4 Ambient
AMBT 3.90 .07 +89 82 ..
57 18 97 .. .. NH AmbitBiosci AMBI 11.81 .23 49 67 ..k
91 81 83 .. A70.7 AMCNtwks AMCX 68.04 .55 +9 575 31
70 66 60 C A36.3 AMCOLIn 2.2 ACO 35.67 +.01 +25 107 17
58 49 60 C B 80.9 AmconDi .9 DIT 78.97 .18 0 1 8k
83 75 58 B A 38.6 Amdocs 1.4 r DOX 38.17 +.02 28 603 13

WEDNESDAY, JULY 17, 2013

EXTRA

IBD Composite Rating


Earnings Per Share Growth Rating
Relative Price Strength Rating
Sales+Profit Margins+ROE
Accumulation/Distribution (3 mos)
52-wk

Dividend Stock Close

Vol% Vol P

6 6 6 6 6 High Stock % Yield Symbol Price Chg Chg 1000 E


4 6 37 D D16.0 Amedisys AMED 11.59 +.12 35 274 12
51 28 95 .. B19.8 AmerAxle
AXL 18.65 .94 +48 2.2m 22
33 62 19 B C 48.5 AmerCamp 3.4 ACC 41.88 .06 +12 873 73
35 65 38 C B51.6 AmerEle 4.1 AEP 47.23 .27 22 2.6m 15
85 65 85 D B+ 17.3 AmerEqu .9 AEL 17.19 .05 4 644 9
76 93 60 B B 19.2 AmerGre 3.2 r AM 18.98 ... 28 191 8o
.. .. 13 .. D+19.1 AmMunPt 6.9 XAA 13.85 .04 11 15 ..
79 48 60 A ANH AmNtlB 3.8 AMNB 24.41 +.42 +140 42 12k
83 58 86 D B+ 108 AmNatl 2.9 ANAT 107.4 .45 +133 53 18k
.. .. 12 .. E 12.5 AmStrIn 6.9 ASP 10.05 +.02 39 15 ..
82 80 93 C E 39.5 AmWdmrk AMWD 38.70 +.14 26 99 56o
92 96 87 B B 182 Amerco .0 UHAL 170.1 .35 16 50 12
46 70 46 D A36.7 AmerenCo 4.4 AEE 35.99 .07 24 1.4m 14
33 39 38 E B+ 12.9 AmerscoA AMRC 9.42 .04 68 54 29
86 99 89 D C 11.5 Ameriana .4 ASBI 10.56 +.16 +25 3 14k
31 68 15 B B+ 27.5 AmMvlA1.5 AMOV 20.86 .64 +41 8 10x
28 68 15 B B 27.6 AmerMov 1.5 AMX 20.89 .58 +46 9.5m 10x
32 22 92 E D 2.4 AmApparel APP 1.99 +.03 45 322 ..
60 80 65 D B 36.3 AmerAss 2.5 AAT 33.89 +.03 12 171 99k
31 32 42 A C 15.2 AmCapital ACAS 13.16 .22 60 1.3m 10
5 28 5 .. E 25.5 AmerCap 17 MTGE 17.78 .16 64 609 5
31 44 13 E B 2.7 AmDGEn
ADGE 1.73 +.06 60 35 ..k
26 52 22 B E 23.0 AmerEag 2.7 r AEO 18.80 .37 13 2.4m 13o
79 35 96 C A+9.0 AmElctTchn AETI 8.63 .37 +161 133 22k
82 80 79 A C 78.6 AmerExp 1.2 r AXP 78.27 +.42 19 4.6m 17
48 41 73 C C+ 51.9 AmerFncl 1.5 AFG 51.59 .08 25 243 15
.. .. 15 .. E 8.9 AmIcmFd 7.0 MRF 7.46 .07 30 19 ..
68 50 87 C E 8.2 AmerIndp AMIC 7.95 .02 88 0.4 14k
41 6 79 C C 47.1 AmerIntlGrp r AIG 46.24 .46 48 8.4m 13
14 87 5 B E 1.5 AmLorain
ALN .89 +.01 +73 112 1k
28 9 59 E B23.0 AmMidst 8.6 AMID 20.04 .15 65 10 ..k
97 80 97 B A30.4 AmerPacific APFC 30.27 +.30 +11 70 18k
95 92 66 A C+ 42.2 AmPublcEd APEI 40.29 .24 25 99 15
49 76 29 A C 47.1 AmRailcr 3.0 ARII 32.97 +.94 +7 329 9
56 49 92 E B 6.7 AmerRltyInv ARL 4.39 .02 85 2 ..k
7 1 13 .. D+21.1 AmerResidtl ARPI 17.89 .09 77 105 ..
50 23 69 D A 9.5 AmrRvr r AMRB 8.71 +.46 80 1 26k
31 12 53 D B 18.1 AmerRlt 6.1 r ARCP 15.04 +.07 50 2.0m ..
69 54 88 D B+ 29.3 AmerSafety ASI 29.16 +.06 71 34 60k
15 63 27 C E 70.0 AmerSci 3.3 r ASEI 60.00 .68 35 21 23
.. .. 18 .. C 11.5 AmerSel 7.0 SLA 9.84 .05 26 35 ..
8 5 29 .. B+ 5.9 AmerSpctrm AQQ 2.88 +.13 97 0.2 ..
16 39 20 C C+ 4.9 AmSprcnd AMSC 2.73 +.05 25 521 ..
79 94 70 B B59.8 AmerStat 2.8 AWR 58.51 .68 11 139 20
.. .. 15 .. B9.2 AmerStr 7.6 BSP 7.92 +.05 +29 81 ..
.. .. 20 .. C 7.7 AmerStr 7.5 CSP 6.83 +.02 27 35 ..
38 54 26 B D85.3 AmerTow 1.4 AMT 74.71 1.45 +76 6.0m 50
36 78 7 A B37.5 AmerVan .8 AVD 24.66 .37 26 206 15
47 68 51 B C 43.1 AmerWtr 2.6 AWK 42.32 .47 19 777 19
69 85 40 B A50.6 AmCarMrt CRMT 44.90 .83 +100 53 13o
2 16 5 B E 33.7 AmCpAy 18 r AGNC 22.17 .29 63 4.4m 6
43 70 52 D C 50.5 Amerigas 7.2 APU 46.41 .59 +2 263 73
86 90 86 B D87.0 Amerpri 2.4 AMP 85.40 .93 23 984 14
75 57 87 D B 19.0 Ameris
ABCB 17.84 .08 32 38 38k
74 58 79 C B 38.4 Amerisa .8 AMSF 37.83 +.26 +126 135 25k
14 11 33 D C 3.3 Amerise1.3 r ASRV 3.00 .10 37 16 15
69 87 79 C C 58.8 Amerisr 1.4 r ABC 58.28 +.04 14 2.0m 19
78 64 69 C B 27.2 AmerCas 1.9 ASCA 26.45 +.01 55 222 14
72 59 59 B B+ 23.7 AmesNtl 2.7 ATLO 23.50 +.01 +31 18 15
85 88 70 A C+ 45.6 Ametek .5 AME 45.13 .28 39 638 23
88 88 56 A B114 Amgen 1.8 r AMGN 104.1 .40 45 1.9m 15
17 29 2 D D+6.9 Amicusn
FOLD 2.29 .05 28 284 ..
88 97 63 A B+ 10.2 AmiraNatFds ANFI 8.80 +.07 23 122 14k
32 26 50 C C 5.6 AmkorTech AMKR 4.61 +.06 +29 1.0m 10
88 72 92 C B+ 15.9 AMNHlthcre AHS 15.41 .07 30 187 28
93 88 83 A B85.7 Ampheno .5 r APH 84.28 .64 15 555 23
54 15 91 E B+ 7.2 AmpioPhrm AMPE 6.14 .01 63 119 ..
40 40 50 C A21.1 Amreit 4.3 AMRE 18.47 .37 +464 1.0m 25k
25 37 50 E B+ 15.8 Amrep
AXR 9.71 .13 25 12 ..
16 7 43 E B 2.1 AmCareS .0 ANCI 1.90 +.05 11 7 ..k
84 68 80 B A NH AmsurgA AMSG 39.26 +.34 19 97 19
43 18 97 E B+ 7.9 Amtech
ASYS 6.88 .12 76 18 ..
96 93 85 A B NH Amtrust 1.4 AFSI 39.70 .37 +34 546 13
26 51 23 E C 4.5 Amyris
AMRS 2.93 .01 50 111 ..
36 37 45 E B+ 8.3 AncorPhrm ANAC 6.40 .29 +18 458 ..
78 90 62 C B 92.2 Anadarko .4 APC 88.24 .87 +20 3.6m 23
38 14 79 E B+ 2.9 Anadigics ANAD 2.27 .02 41 346 ..
72 59 65 B BNH AnalogD 2.8 ADI 48.52 +.12 40 1.2m 23o
34 68 20 B C 84.7 Analogic .6 ALOG 69.82 .29 1 50 19
19 13 40 E B 4.3 Analysts
ANLY 3.99 .02 96 0.4 66k
68 91 65 C C 24.8 Anaren
r ANEN 24.30 +.11 57 12 18
18 76 6 D D2.2 Andatee
AMCF .59 +.06 80 4 3
59 45 81 C B+ NH Anderso 1.1 ANDE 56.43 +.15 31 88 14
79 59 97 D D 28.2 AngiesList ANGI 25.91 +.72 +31 1.1m ..
68 82 57 C D+12.9 AngioDynm ANGO 12.10 +.10 +165 167 34o
1 4 2 B E 36.9 Anglogol 1.9 AU 12.95 +.51 +50 5.6m 6
41 67 38 B C 101 ABuschI 2.0 BUD 91.81 .12 +74 2.4m 19
97 95 93 A A+21.9 AnikaTherp ANIK 19.05 2.14 +241 338 21
56 40 82 C D+80.2 Anixter .0 r AXE 79.35 .53 +1 231 15
54 50 52 B B+ 39.8 Ann
ANN 33.70 .19 12 974 17o
5 32 6 C C+ 17.8 AnnalyC 13 r NLY 12.00 .07 47 7.8m 6
91 93 61 A B+ 48.9 Annie's
BNNY 44.35 1.17 1 210 55
69 86 56 A D+82.5 Ansys
r ANSS 79.04 .09 59 136 26
25 1 58 E B+ 5.6 Antares
ATRS 4.56 +.02 38 613 ..
24 58 3 .. B14.3 AntheraP .0 ANTH 4.17 +3.66 +300 355 ..k
3 20 9 C D+7.0 Anworth 11 ANH 5.14 .03 51 762 8
73 84 68 B C 67.9 Aon
1.0 AON 67.16 .26 57 641 15
12 1 21 D B0.5 AoxingP
AXN .23 .02 86 2 ..
12 24 38 B D 94.9 Apache 1.0 r APA 82.03 .94 28 2.8m 9
19 38 48 E C+ 33.4 Apartmn 3.1 AIV 31.13 +.04 21 1.2m ..
57 50 79 A C 20.3 ApcoOil .5 APAGF 15.44 +1.68 +999 414 11k
67 74 78 C D 30.3 ApogeE 1.3 APOG 26.90 .03 24 190 36o
29 59 25 B D18.3 ApolloC
9 ARI 16.22 ... +1 388 10
90 80 89 A C+ 28.17ApolloM 9 APO 24.64 .59 24 1.3m 8
22 27 14 C B 32.3 ApolloA
APOL 18.97 +.28 28 2.3m 6o
25 45 31 C C 9.1 ApollInv 9 AINV 8.17 .03 65 1.1m 9
18 37 7 A D22.1 ApolloR 17 AMTG 15.76 .36 26 537 5
.. .. 16 .. D 20.2 ApolloTact 8.0 AIF 17.50 .07 32 48 ..
32 73 12 B C 705 Apple
2.8 AAPL 430.2 +2.76 43 7.6m 10
61 50 87 E B 4.5 ApplRecy
ARCI 2.61 ... 96 3 ..k
78 67 78 C B 52.5 AppldInd 1.8 AIT 51.50 .51 19 124 18
56 31 87 D B+ 16.7 ApMat 2.4 AMAT 16.58 +.11 45 8.1m 31o
43 12 97 E B11.1 AMCCrs
AMCC 11.00 +.38 +90 1.5m ..
15 13 34 D C 34.8 ApprchRes AREX 25.65 .19 +2 527 99
19 9 7 D C 3.5 ApricsBiosc APRI 2.26 .01 76 169 ..
48 56 56 C B NH Aptargr 1.7 ATR 59.43 .33 9 157 24
83 97 61 A B 33.6 AquaAme 2.3 WTR 32.84 .77 +40 917 23
65 76 52 C A 10.2 ArabAmDn ARSD 9.34 +.06 11 36 19k
35 2 75 .. .. 10.3 AratanaThera PETX 9.57 +1.32 49 47 ..k
80 83 52 A C 47.2 Arbitron .9 ARB 46.30 .15 2 306 19
32 71 35 B E 8.6 ArborRl 7.4 ABR 6.53 +.01 78 41 8
16 52 3 .. E 5.9 ARCABio .0 ABIO 1.39 +.01 78 68 ..k
1 9 14 E D18.0 ArcelrMi 1.4 MT 12.29 +.21 38 3.9m ..
55 62 66 B D54.6 ArchCaptl ACGL 54.01 .52 0 520 18
2 7 4 E C 8.9 ArchCoal 3.0 ACI 3.98 .05 51 4.9m ..

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48 44 70 D B 36.4 ArchrDan 2.1 ADM 35.71 .51 +13 4.0m 17
32 60 16 C D 16.0 ArcosDo 2.0 ARCO 11.78 .11 +57 1.2m 29
88 92 81 B C+ 52.2 ArcticC .8 r ACAT 49.81 .32 39 75 17
94 82 93 B B 133 ArdGpA .8 ARDNA 131.9 +1.86 +186 6 19k
21 45 6 D D11.6 ArenaPhrm ARNA 7.14 .01 53 2.8m ..
39 56 35 A D18.7 AresCap 8.7 ARCC 17.45 .08 +18 2.4m 10
12 33 7 .. C+ 17.8 AresRlE 7.6 ACRE 13.11 +.14 +4 522 99
.. .. 25 .. B20.4 AresDyn 7.4 ARDC 19.02 .13 32 59 ..k
57 94 34 A C 19.7 Argann
.0 AGX 16.17 .13 +34 104 9
65 65 79 D B46.3 ArgoGro 1.2 AGII 45.62 +.43 33 70 24
37 15 37 D A25.4 AriadPhrm ARIA 19.76 1.22 +28 3.6m ..
42 5 65 C B 22.0 ArkRstr 4.8 ARKR 20.76 +.25 95 0.3 15k
79 14 99 D A NH ARBest .5 ABFS 22.69 .58 12 523 ..
20 21 50 B D29.7 Arlingtn 13 AI 25.50 +.04 42 126 9
94 96 82 A B50.6 ArmHld .4 ARMH 41.73 +.33 29 2.2m 52
22 60 30 .. C 11.9 ArmadaHo .7 AHH 11.36 +.25 33 187 21k
6 24 3 B E 8.0 ArmourR 18 r ARR 4.45 .05 36 5.9m 5
33 47 36 C B 58.5 ArmstrW .0 AWI 50.37 +.28 16 253 22
78 70 86 D C 1.9 Arotech
ARTX 1.35 .13 +53 118 ..k
12 12 16 E C 7.0 Arqule
ARQL 2.77 +.03 44 164 ..
25 2 62 .. C 6.6 ArrayBio
ARRY 5.38 .02 50 794 ..
8 2 19 E C+ 3.1 Arrhyth 2.4 HRT 2.45 +.02 3 3 ..k
61 86 33 B B18.0 Arris
r ARRS 15.31 .18 44 874 15
.. .. 30 .. E 28.5 ArrwDJG 6.1 GYLD 26.11 .05 24 45 ..x
43 47 65 D D 42.7 ArrowElec r ARW 42.40 .16 27 477 10
51 56 46 B B+ 26.5 ArrwFl 3.8 r AROW 26.31 +.08 +6 22 14k
60 36 68 D A3.9 ArhdRsch ARWR 2.59 +.13 +186 339 ..k
27 39 39 C B 24.4 ArtsRs 3.6 ARTNA 22.99 .01 +6 19 22k
55 34 54 B B+ NH ArthroCare ARTC 36.96 .04 3 121 30
63 67 85 .. B56.1 ArtsnPtnAstAPAM 51.76 .75 77 37 53
31 63 40 B C 8.4 ArtsWay 1.5 ARTW 6.80 +.20 +95 19 9
45 80 18 B B+ 26.8 ArubaNtwk ARUN.17.27 .32 62 1.9m 25o
.. .. 3 .. E 25.9 AsaGld& 3.0 ASA 12.80 +.30 48 65 ..o
8 24 14 .. C 4.4 AsankoGold AKG 2.54 +.23 +108 258 ..o
91 94 88 B C+ 45.17AsbryAuto r ABG 44.17 +.02 21 165 15
40 51 33 B C+ 22.2 AscenaR .0 ASNA 18.52 .04 50 660 15o
57 54 83 D B 84.5 Ascent
ASCMA 78.58 .15 +83 92 ..k
50 13 95 E A 2.3 AscentSol
ASTI 1.16 +.04 +163 3.0m ..
18 16 62 E C 14.3 Ashford 4.1 AHT 11.62 .04 18 582 ..
67 85 48 B C 91.1 Ashland 1.6 r ASH 84.96 1.06 14 719 12
56 50 38 B A5.2 AsiaEnt 4.8 r AERL 4.18 +.08 +7 335 2
10 47 18 .. D4.5 AsPWr&Cb r APWC 3.25 .13 19 5 4
.. .. 27 .. B11.4 AsiaPcFd
APB 10.03 .07 87 3 ..k
.. .. 35 .. B+ 13.1 AsiaTi
.0 r GRR 11.87 .01 57 7 ..k
78 94 47 B D 12.4 Asiainfo
ASIA 11.69 +.03 58 153 9
30 25 59 B E 39.2 AspenIns 1.9 AHL 38.29 ... 31 400 10k
86 80 69 D B33.0 AspenTech r AZPN 32.15 +.36 14 458 99
58 53 68 C D 16.8 AssocBa 2.0 r ASBC 16.32 .24 47 500 15
44 80 35 D B+ 19.1 AssocEst 4.6 AEC 16.54 +.14 62 356 99
51 21 82 C C+ NH Assurant 1.9 AIZ 53.27 +.08 39 344 10
88 89 91 A E 24.77Assurd 1.8 r AGO 22.52 .26 56 813 6
15 10 22 C C+ 10.5 AstaFnd .9 ASFI 8.75 +.01 70 18 14k
4 17 3 E E 5.0 AsteaIntl ATEA 2.15 +.07 90 0.7 ..k
22 31 58 D B37.5 AstecInd 1.1 ASTE 36.63 .28 11 56 24
60 26 93 C B7.0 AstexPharm ASTX 5.47 .02 27 1.1m 99
53 52 67 D B+ 11.8 Astoria 1.4 AF 11.60 .15 11 494 20
37 45 40 B E 53.5 AstraZn 6.6 AZN 49.73 +.25 25 1.4m 8
49 48 70 D B 11.3 AstroM 2.5 ALOT 11.20 .01 98 0.2 79
97 77 95 A B 42.9 Astronics ATRO 41.50 1.31 +2 93 25k
8 29 5 D E 1.3 Astrotech ASTC .64 .03 +3 27 ..
23 20 16 D C+ 8.0 AsureSo .0 ASUR 5.65 .07 99 0.1 ..k
40 56 31 C C 39.0 AT&T 5.0 r T 35.88 +.33 30 18m 15
94 97 82 A B 116 7Athenhltn ATHN 112.2 2.10 +82 853 92
41 77 30 C D+19.4 AthensB 1.2 r AFCB 16.76 +.25 71 0.6 14k
23 21 51 E D2.4 Athersysn ATHX 1.68 ... 37 224 ..
37 10 72 D B+ 4.2 Atlantc .5 r AAME 3.75 .03 17 8 26k
39 22 95 E B 6.9 AtlanticCst ACFC 4.88 .00 92 0.5 ..k
13 61 2 D C 15.2 AtlanticP 8.4 AT 4.53 +.07 40 598 ..
57 57 79 C C+ NH Atlntic 1.8 ATNI 54.33 .21 +31 52 17
5 17 22 E B7.4 Atlanticus ATLC 3.50 .02 +175 21 ..k
26 56 37 B C 57.0 AtlsArWd r AAWW 44.35 +.44 +20 298 9
44 14 81 E B+ 53.6 AtlasEn 2.5 ATLS 49.05 .47 +13 278 ..
96 80 90 C B+ 9.5 AtlasFinl
AFH 9.00 +.01 84 4 18k
33 10 60 D B40.1 AtlasPi 6.0 APL 39.41 .41 36 373 91
19 20 16 D B 27.8 AtlasRe
9 ARP 21.60 .17 77 170 ..
42 22 91 E A+0.3 AtlatsaRsrcs ATL .26 +.04 +142 358 99k
56 35 74 C B8.4 Atmel
ATML 7.59 .11 +23 7.9m 27
41 71 54 D C 45.1 AtmosEn 3.2 ATO 43.43 ... +5 438 16
8 2 12 D C+ 12.4 AtossaGen ATOS 4.88 .04 62 54 ..k
44 28 78 E B10.0 AtriCure
ATRC 9.89 .01 18 64 ..k
96 84 70 A ANH Atrion
1.0 ATRI 235.0 +.46 +9 2 19k
32 74 13 B C 9.8 Attunity
ATTU 5.77 .03 +5 25 28k
74 85 65 A C 56.7 AtwoodOcn ATW.54.65 1.40 +40 879 11
63 69 33 B B24.9 AuburnN 3.8 AUBN 22.27 +.26 +135 5 11k
42 43 53 A C 22.4 Audience ADNC 13.04 +.21 62 87 14
60 42 97 E A5.0 Audiocodes AUDC 4.77 .11 4 104 99
6 1 22 .. D 3.1 Augusta
AZC 2.21 +.06 85 11 ..o
12 28 6 B B8.5 Aurico 3.3 r AUQ 4.81 +.12 +78 4.4m 28
18 3 4 D B1.6 Authntc .0 ADAT .90 +.01 +103 98 ..
77 47 80 D A5.1 Autobytl .0 ABTL 5.06 +.03 54 14 31k
25 48 37 B D41.4 Autodesk ADSK 36.16 +.03 33 2.0m 19o
73 58 81 C C NH Autoliv
2.5 ALV 81.56 .67 2 498 14
88 71 67 A B 73.4 AutoDat 2.4 ADP 72.30 .06 33 1.3m 25
65 94 40 B B48.9 Autonation r AN 45.69 .70 43 449 17
77 71 63 B B+ 15.2 Autonavi r AMAP 12.84 +.49 +29 665 14k
60 93 64 .. C 441 Autozone r AZO.433.7 4.29 21 187 16o
30 41 19 C B+ 29.4 AuxiliumPh AUXL 17.77 .11 +57 1.2m 99
71 77 61 A C+ 39.2 AvgoTc 2.2 r AVGO 38.87 +.86 +21 3.1m 14o
33 41 35 B B151 AvalonB 3.0 AVB 140.3 +.66 57 428 67
14 33 18 E C 4.3 AvalonHld AWX 3.46 .03 +173 3 ..k
3 43 3 E B2.5 AvalonRrMet AVL .83 +.04 57 210 ..
82 36 91 D A4.8 AvanirPha AVNR 4.51 .10 37 1.3m ..
.. .. 21 .. E 19.9 AvenInc 8.4 ACP 17.06 .06 64 38 ..k
9 34 1 D D14.1 AveoPhrm AVEO 2.59 .01 23 1.2m ..
59 78 78 C D 45.4 AveryDe 2.6 r AVY 44.06 .70 +30 731 19
21 27 23 D D3.9 AviatNetw AVNW 2.66 +.01 +76 354 13
11 12 15 E D 10.0 AvidTech
AVID 6.17 .06 +87 158 99
6 27 3 E D+2.0 AvinSilvGold ASM .86 +.06 50 18 ..
78 73 92 B C 34.2 AvisBudget CAR 31.21 1.01 +59 3.0m 12
35 51 46 D B+ 29.3 AvistaC 4.3 AVA 28.56 .04 35 218 20
20 20 55 D D31.1 AvivRe .0 AVIV 25.83 .12 67 117 ..
73 80 55 C C 12.6 Aviva
5.3 AV 11.19 ... 60 38 99k
47 43 61 D B36.9 Avnet
AVT 35.86 .11 27 484 10
76 63 76 C B24.5 AvonPrdt 1.1 AVP 22.51 .35 7 3.3m 22
39 23 72 D B 13.0 AVX
2.7 AVX 12.87 +.02 58 73 21
85 98 35 A C 6.3 Aware .0 AWRE 5.18 .07 75 36 1
43 3 97 E A 2.0 AxcelisTch ACLS 2.00 +.01 14 639 ..
24 43 35 B D65.0 Axiall
.7 AXLL 42.69 .34 61 702 12
61 48 79 C C NH AXISCap 2.1 r AXS 47.99 .26 33 624 11
8 20 14 E B4.1 AXTI
r AXTI 2.70 +.01 69 72 ..
50 81 21 A C 49.1 AZZ
1.5 AZZ 36.20 .60 +49 294 15o

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92 86 78 A ANH B&GFoo 3.2 BGS 36.00 +.47 +9 337 26
72 32 74 B A 15.7 BBCNBnc 1.3 BBCN 15.03 .14 44 196 15k
50 48 97 E B 13.6 BBXCapital BBX 13.13 +.04 7 38 ..

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33 69 39 E C 11.3 BCBBanc 4.7 BCBP 10.31 +.01 79 0.8 ..k
66 23 95 D A+25.2 BCSBBanc BCSB 24.98 .02 68 13 48k
71 32 80 B B+ 6.4 BGCPtrs 7.7 BGCP 6.25 .10 13 1.3m 12
9 45 1 D E 7.1 BGMedicine BGMD 1.21 +.03 57 123 ..k
75 65 52 C B 45.6 BJSRestrnt BJRI 39.54 .14 +56 353 35
91 26 93 B A+14.3 BNCBanc 1.4 BNCN 13.87 .12 +18 118 23k
96 95 97 A B+ 53.27BOFIHldgs BOFI 50.78 1.25 30 134 18
15 62 19 E B 3.4 BPZRes
BPZ 2.24 +.01 17 569 ..
69 98 52 D D+24.9 BRFSA
.0 BRFS 21.37 .20 49 769 36
44 50 50 C B 7.8 BRRealty
BRT 7.31 .10 58 3 99k
39 51 34 C B+ 13.9 BSBBanc r BLMT 13.35 ... 76 11 88k
26 35 34 D B 2.4 BSDMed BSDM 1.35 .02 79 36 ..o
21 22 19 E C+ 3.7 Bsquare
BSQR 2.80 +.02 63 6 99k
16 2 69 E D+3.5 BTUIntl
BTUI 2.69 +.14 0 4 ..k
98 85 86 A B+ 68.8 BEAerospce BEAV 67.51 .97 6 787 21
24 5 53 B .. 2.8 B2Gold
BTG 2.64 +.17 53 1.9m 37k
54 30 68 A B31.4 Bbck&Wi 1.0 r BWC 30.91 +.16 42 398 14
.. .. 22 .. D+25.4 BabsnCpG 8.6 BGH 23.24 .16 47 52 ..
.. .. 29 .. C 18.0 BabsnCap 7.4 MCI 16.11 +.19 42 9 ..k
.. .. 27 .. E 16.1 BabCapPr 7.6 MPV 14.13 +.07 0 14 ..k
6 4 2 E C 2.0 BacterinIntl BONE .58 .02 +153 310 ..k
43 52 43 B C 54.3 BadgerM 1.4 BMI 47.76 +.22 30 40 27
94 97 41 A B+ 134 Baidu
BIDU 105.7 +4.10 +143 9.5m 21
22 11 53 C C 51.0 BakerHu 1.2 BHI 48.69 .22 +6 3.2m 17
67 53 63 D A+NH BakerMic 2.5 BKR 28.61 +.02 4 20 41k
93 88 77 A B+ 48.8 Balchem .5 BCPC 47.67 .38 18 65 34
40 25 48 C B+ 26.7 BaldwA 4.0 BWINA 25.24 .16 +43 1 15k
46 25 52 C A26.6 BaldwB 3.8 BWINB 26.38 +.11 +146 39 16k
50 82 33 B B 48.5 Ball
1.2 BLL 44.78 .33 41 663 14
29 39 37 E C+ 5.6 Ballanty
BTN 4.37 .01 +58 105 16k
77 28 99 E A+2.4 BallardPw BLDP 1.99 ... 25 1.1m ..
98 90 86 A ANH BallyTech
r BYI.65.13 +4.22 +517 3.1m 19
16 11 49 E B4.4 BalticTr 1.1 BALT 3.75 .01 73 49 ..k
84 63 67 B A50.8 Bancfir 2.3 BANF 50.24 .05 +128 47 15
15 24 31 C D10.6 Bilbao 5.2 BBVA 8.22 .14 +19 1.6m 9
9 52 6 C E 19.2 Bradesco 3.2 BBD 12.47 .14 +24 11m 8
34 82 22 A C 100 BancoCh 4.1 BCH 83.28 .77 69 5 13k
35 34 50 B B+ 25.6 BancLat 4.8 BLX 25.00 .30 +177 336 13
47 90 34 A D+19.2 BancoMacro BMA 14.80 .06 66 15 2k
4 56 8 .. C+ 31.0 Santand 3.5 BSAC 23.17 +.17 54 158 14
7 6 19 C D8.9 BancoSa 9 SAN 6.43 .04 +5 7.9m 30
30 71 13 A B70.6 Bancolo 2.8 CIB 55.49 +.29 +133 674 12
97 99 92 B ANH 7Bancorp
TBBK 16.52 +.12 29 81 28k
94 96 78 A A15.6 BancNJr 1.6 BKJ 14.90 .11 86 0.4 17k
54 27 76 D B19.3 Bancorp .2 BXS 18.58 .23 +47 972 21
.. .. 40 .. C 18.3 Bancrft 2.7 BCV 17.66 +.01 2 13 ..k
79 77 79 D B+ 6.2 BankMtl 1.3 BKMU 6.06 .08 +142 244 35k
42 75 30 A D+60.2 BnkNova 4.2 BNS 55.09 +.14 +12 701 11o
53 61 85 D C NH BankofA .3 r BAC 13.92 +.04 +18 145m 22
45 50 47 C B5.4 BkCmrc 2.4 r BOCH 4.95 +.02 4 16 11k
69 58 61 B B+ 55.0 BnkHawa 3.4 BOH 53.66 1.06 27 218 15
13 20 72 E D10.4 BnkIreland
IRE 8.75 .33 37 350 ..
74 52 57 B A29.9 BnkKtcky 2.3 BKYF 29.53 +.23 11 9 12k
80 76 62 B ANH BankMar 1.6 BMRC 44.89 +.79 47 11 13k
40 72 33 B C+ 64.8 BkMntre 4.7 r BMO 60.86 +.18 50 266 9o
37 50 70 C D 30.9 BkNYMel 2.0 r BK 30.35 .34 +32 8.1m 12
77 76 50 B D+13.5 BnksCar 3.7 BKSC 13.00 .40 +57 4 14
93 99 86 D B NH JamesFncl BOTJ 8.20 +.21 +50 3 10k
96 82 80 B B 46.9 BnkOzar 1.7 OZRK 45.90 ... 16 146 20o
29 5 66 E ANH Bankfncl .4 BFIN 9.23 +.19 +49 43 ..k
39 5 64 C B+ 19.7 Bankrate
RATE 15.44 1.01 +33 647 31
71 73 59 B B 28.7 Bankuni 3.0 BKU 27.95 .06 11 492 13
80 76 81 D B 36.0 Banner 1.4 BANR 35.43 .22 23 90 23k
9 80 1 E E 5.2 Banro
BAA .75 +.06 22 640 25
58 67 48 B BNH BarHarb 3.2 BHB 38.54 +1.13 +40 8 12k
.. .. 31 .. A62.5 BrcIndian
INP 56.57 +.07 +130 149 99k
16 28 71 E E 20.6 Barclays 2.1 BCS 18.64 .08 51 1.3m 24
.. .. 49 .. D+144 Brclys&SpVq VQT 142.7 .08 46 16 99k
.. .. 29 .. .. 104 BarEtn+FiGlb FIGY 96.21 .17 93 6 99
.. .. 25 .. .. 100 BarEtn+FiEur FEEU 93.17 .14 82 2 99
.. .. 43 .. B27.6 BarEtnS 4.0 ATMP 26.57 .35 83 10 99
.. .. 59 .. C+ 60.7 BrcEtnShillr CAPE 60.18 .40 59 0.7 99
.. .. 39 .. B 52.3 BarEurUsd
ERO 51.52 +1.66 55 0.5 ..k
.. .. 28 .. E 50.3 BarGbpUsd GBB 40.62 +.63 44 0.9 ..
.. .. 18 .. A 75.3 BarJpyUsd
JYN 58.97 +1.67 40 0.3 99k
.. .. 9 .. B44.3 BarVixMdT VXZ 21.04 +.54 +20 648 99
.. .. 8 .. E 3.6 BiPNGnya
GAZ 2.48 +.01 46 25 99
56 59 48 B BNH BardCR
.8 r BCR 112.0 .03 +8 629 17
18 7 56 E B23.7 BarnesNoble BKS 17.22 .09 52 919 ..o
91 74 83 B A 33.0 Barnes 1.2
B 32.60 .13 +90 493 17
11 12 42 E B 3.9 Barnwell
BRN 3.27 +.11 +186 12 ..k
12 11 45 E C 27.0 BarrettBill BBG 21.34 +.10 +8 1.1m ..
71 55 95 B E 62.8 Barrett
.9 BBSI 58.70 +.25 24 37 32k
6 61 2 B E 43.2 Barrick 5.0 ABX 16.02 +.96 +8 21m 4
.. .. 46 .. .. NH Barron's400 BFOR 26.02 .16 46 57 99
27 20 68 D D 16.6 BasicEn
BAS 13.71 +.08 40 374 99
85 77 85 C A17.7 Basset 1.2 BSET 16.94 .50 4 32 30o
4 7 8 E C 3.4 BaxanoSurg BAXS 1.95 .05 +195 189 ..k
74 71 55 A B74.0 BaxterI 2.7 r BAX 72.83 +.15 37 2.2m 15
3 13 31 .. C+ 51.7 Baytex
6.1 BTE 41.48 +.43 27 139 22
46 8 67 D A+17.4 Bazaarvoice
BV 10.36 +.09 35 494 ..o
63 55 56 B B35.2 BB&T
2.6 BBT 34.84 .30 +16 4.4m 12
49 75 37 A B 5.4 BBVABanco BFR 4.13 +.14 +35 45 2k
35 77 24 B C 48.1 BCE
5.3 BCE 42.26 .08 9 827 13
72 60 79 C B42.4 BeacnRoof BECN 40.27 .09 39 254 25
42 54 43 B B69.8 Beam 1.4 BEAM 64.82 .17 47 346 25
95 70 91 B A 9.9 BeaslyA .0 BBGI 8.34 1.39 +999 153 17k
32 35 69 D C 23.3 BeazerH .0 BZH 18.46 +.02 36 862 ..
25 7 76 E C+ 6.3 BebeStr 1.8 r BEBE 5.60 .08 29 337 ..o
76 77 70 A B 102 BectDic 1.9 BDX 101.9 .27 36 585 17
98 87 74 A B 77.0 BedBthByd r BBBY 75.68 .91 21 1.6m 16o
38 83 20 E B 19.8 BelFsA 1.7 r BELFA 13.75 .47 11 0.8 30k
19 72 10 E D+20.3 BelFsA 2.0 r BELFB 14.03 +.04 +29 37 28k
89 84 86 B C NH Belden
.4 r BDC 56.06 .17 23 205 17
45 27 85 C A6.9 BellatrixExplo BXE 6.45 .23 +51 103 32k
96 81 96 A B+ 14.5 Belo
2.3 BLC 14.06 +.07 58 1.2m 13
46 77 59 D D 42.0 Bemis
2.6 BMS 40.32 .86 +56 942 18
59 59 84 D B21.2 BenchmrkEl BHE 20.84 .07 22 224 17
5 8 17 D E 10.4 BenfclMutl BNCL 8.51 .04 +999 1.4m 50
43 53 42 C B45.6 Berkely .9 r WRB 43.50 .58 +11 730 16
18 24 24 C B 9.0 Berkshi 1.0 BERK 8.11 +.06 70 6 10k
85 85 72 C ANH BerkHthwyA BRKA175849 28.00 50 0.2 21k
77 62 68 A C+ 30.7 BrkshrH 2.5 r BHLB 28.64 .01 +3 74 13k
23 27 25 B D+49.0 BerryPe
.8 BRY 40.17 .53 42 423 14
62 80 80 .. A24.37BerryPlstcs BERY 21.01 1.25 +186 1.5m 32
65 21 93 D B 30.4 BestBuy 2.3 BBY 29.14 .46 50 3.1m 13o
11 32 19 B D80.5 BHPBill 3.6 BHP 62.60 +1.72 26 1.8m 9
10 26 22 B D72.4 BHPBiltn 4.1 BBL 55.94 +1.49 26 631 11
95 85 98 C A NH 7Big5Spt 1.7 BGFV.23.50 .64 +13 354 21
51 76 44 C B+ 42.3 BigLots
BIG 36.01 ... +25 1.2m 12o
45 29 54 D B+ NH BiglariHld
BH 422.5 1.21 16 4 37k
32 42 42 C C 127 BioRadA
BIO 118.4 1.43 50 40 21
65 97 33 A C 32.9 BioRefLabs BRLI 27.00 .09 43 208 16o
13 15 15 D .. 8.3 BioAmber BIOA 7.11 .04 76 6 ..k
66 68 72 E B+ 1.8 BioanlySys BASI 1.57 ... 67 3 ..k
18 42 9 E B 5.0 Biocryst
BCRX 1.92 .04 39 533 ..
63 40 93 .. C 5.1 Biodeln
BIOD 4.25 +.12 37 231 ..
33 41 21 C B6.9 BioDlvry
BDSI 4.73 +.04 44 129 ..

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14 32 10 E B10.8 Biofueln
BIOF 3.51 .03 79 13 ..k
98 90 85 A B 242 BiogenIdec r BIIB 222.9 1.48 28 1.1m 31
34 22 87 D D6.0 Biolase
.0 BIOL 3.79 +.12 38 278 ..
18 22 6 .. B+ 5.1 Biolinerx
BLRX 1.81 +.06 +79 156 ..
40 2 74 E B71.6 Biomarin BMRN 62.83 1.19 1 1.6m ..
26 36 37 C C+ 23.1 BioMdRl 4.5 BMR 21.05 +.02 27 1.2m 99
28 53 8 D C 2.2 BioSante
BPAX 1.08 .00 38 170 ..
64 38 95 D B17.6 BioScrip
BIOS 16.70 ... 7 612 99
81 79 29 A B 22.0 BioSpecif r BSTC 16.68 +.17 +27 42 32k
10 8 5 E B1.5 BiostarPh BSPM .75 ... 83 5 ..k
25 47 8 D E 4.7 BiotaPh .0 BOTA 3.32 .06 50 18 ..k
25 5 38 E A5.0 BioTimen
BTX 4.14 .05 7 151 ..
37 12 96 E A2.0 BirksMyr
BMJ 1.59 .03 +32 49 13k
18 24 41 D B23.0 BirnrDn 4.9 BDMS 18.00 .12 18 0.9 43k
99 97 98 A B13.27Bitauto
BITA 12.61 +.11 10 96 21
43 49 65 D B 28.4 BlackBx 1.3 r BBOX 27.60 .34 +21 82 10
34 38 49 C C+ 10.6 BlackDiamnd BDE 10.03 +.01 +6 192 50k
79 89 86 D B+ NH BlackHi 2.9 BKH 52.87 1.04 +40 261 22
96 80 83 A B NH 7Blackba 1.4 BLKB 34.70 +.97 +24 213 33
5 22 15 C E 18.3 BlackBerry BBRY 9.13 .24 26 19m ..o
37 62 29 B E 27.2 BlckhwkNet HAWK 25.45 +.48 11 192 28
.. .. 12 .. E 17.5 BlacrkC 6.6 BFZ 14.14 +.04 14 89 ..k
.. .. 18 .. D8.5 Blacrck 7.2 BHY 7.12 .01 +94 45 ..
.. .. 13 .. C 13.6 BlkLTMu 6.8 BTA 10.84 +.08 16 45 ..k
.. .. 8 .. D20.2 BlkMDMu 5.4 BZM 13.94 .10 24 4 ..
.. .. 10 .. E 17.6 BlkMuIT2 7.3 BLE 14.00 .05 11 67 ..
.. .. 8 .. E 16.8 BlkMunI 6.7 BBF 12.83 .14 +128 73 ..k
.. .. 10 .. D+16.8 BlacrkM 6.9 BFK 13.01 .05 19 107 ..k
.. .. 8 .. E 18.6 BlacrkN 6.4 BNJ 14.01 .04 40 14 ..k
.. .. 7 .. C 19.2 BlackrkNj 6.4 BLJ 13.98 .07 65 2 ..
.. .. 10 .. C 17.2 BlkNYMu2 6.1 BFY 13.70 .10 37 10 ..
.. .. 12 .. C 17.3 BlacrkN 6.0 BNY 13.74 .04 47 22 ..k
.. .. 8 .. E 22.9 BlkVAMu 5.2 BHV 16.76 .19 +42 4 ..
77 90 77 B D298 Blackro 2.5 r BLK 268.4 1.46 23 662 18
.. .. 14 .. E 24.2 BlkrckBl 7.9 BBN 19.90 .10 52 210 ..k
.. .. 12 .. D16.3 BlkCore 7.0 BHK 12.80 .05 8 102 ..
.. .. 17 .. D14.4 BlckrkCrAl 7.4 BTZ 12.70 .11 15 309 ..k
.. .. 28 .. E 15.5 BlkDefO 5.7 BHL 13.94 .20 3 35 ..
.. .. 22 .. E 9.5 BlkrkEc 8.7 BQR 8.14 ... 30 23 ..k
.. .. 37 .. E 27.0 BlkEngy 6.4 BGR 25.19 .23 5 101 ..k
.. .. 37 .. D 8.0 BREnhEq 7.2 BDJ 7.78 .03 30 369 ..k
.. .. 26 .. D+16.3 BlkFL20 4.4 BFO 15.22 +.04 34 7 ..k
.. .. 36 .. B14.5 BlkGlob 8.8 BOE 14.03 .05 44 154 ..k
.. .. 14 .. C 2.5 BlkrkHi 8.2 HIS 2.08 .02 23 159 ..
.. .. 55 .. B33.2 BlkrkHl 4.7 BME 32.51 .64 +36 25 ..k
.. .. 13 .. E 12.1 BlkRkIn 7.2 BNA 9.88 .02 28 93 ..
.. .. 16 .. D7.7 BlkrckI 6.7 BKT 6.61 +.02 7 277 ..
.. .. 36 .. D 8.0 BlkIntG 8.8 BGY 7.62 .04 22 292 ..k
13 15 29 B D10.8 BlkRKel 10 BKCC 9.66 .07 41 349 10
.. .. 22 .. C 19.2 BlkLtdDu 7.3 BLW 17.03 .28 24 100 ..
.. .. 9 .. D 17.5 BRMuInc 6.2 BAF 13.32 .07 2 37 ..
.. .. 8 .. E 17.8 BRMuInc 7.0 BYM 13.31 .09 +27 99 ..
.. .. 8 .. E 20.5 BlackrockM 8.6 BIT 16.31 +.09 +29 235 ..
.. .. 12 .. D+17.2 BRMnHIn 6.3 MFL 13.51 +.07 30 107 ..
.. .. 26 .. B 17.3 BlkMu20 4.6 BKK 16.13 +.08 54 21 ..k
.. .. 9 .. C+ 18.0 BlkMuBd 6.6 BIE 13.70 .06 +59 20 ..
.. .. 10 .. D19.0 BlkMuni 6.6 BBK 14.31 +.02 46 18 ..
.. .. 7 .. E 25.5 BRMunTr 5.9 BTT 19.04 .13 +8 334 ..
.. .. 11 .. E 18.5 BRMnHCa 6.2 MUC 13.65 .05 15 126 ..k
.. .. 12 .. D17.4 BRMnHNj 6.4 MUJ 13.80 ... 16 54 ..k
.. .. 11 .. E 17.1 BRMHNQ 6.9 MHN 13.24 .10 26 71 ..
.. .. 10 .. D 16.2 BRMnHQu 6.5 MUE 12.85 .03 44 66 ..k
.. .. 8 .. E 17.1 BRMnHdg 6.6 MUS 12.28 .02 +2 64 ..k
.. .. 12 .. D17.2 BRMnYCa 6.6 MCA 13.88 .05 4 105 ..k
.. .. 9 .. E 17.0 BRMnYMi 7.0 MIY 13.02 +.05 24 44 ..k
.. .. 11 .. D17.4 BRMnYNj 6.4 MJI 13.75 +.06 33 16 ..k
.. .. 12 .. D 16.3 BRMYNQ 6.7 MYN 12.74 +.04 46 60 ..k
.. .. 12 .. E 17.1 BRMnYPa 6.4 MPA 13.68 +.08 0 33 ..k
.. .. 14 .. D16.5 BRMnY 6.4 MYI 13.42 +.08 48 125 ..k
.. .. 8 .. E 16.9 BRMnYInv 6.7 MFT 12.71 +.02 25 30 ..k
.. .. 12 .. E 15.7 BRMYMQ 6.7 MYM 12.24 .04 66 15 ..k
.. .. 7 .. E 17.3 BlkNYMu 5.9 BQH 13.42 .10 +24 16 ..
.. .. 7 .. C 17.3 BRNYMuI 6.4 BSE 12.74 .11 55 9 ..
.. .. 8 .. C+ 16.5 BlkPAStr 6.3 BPS 12.45 .11 78 1 ..k
.. .. 17 .. D15.0 BRRes&C 9 BCX 11.82 .08 34 117 ..k
.. .. 18 .. D 11.3 BlkRAst
9 BCF 9.06 ... 26 137 ..k
.. .. 33 .. C+ 13.3 BlkRckS 7.2 BQY 12.76 .03 +2 21 ..k
.. .. 13 .. E 16.1 BlkStrB 7.2 BHD 12.92 .11 30 21 ..
.. .. 10 .. D+16.5 BlackSt 7.0 BSD 12.62 +.03 6 28 ..k
.. .. 24 .. D 20.0 BRUtil&I 7.9 BUI 18.27 .14 36 38 ..k
80 80 83 C B23.87Blackst 4.2 BX.21.87 .32 30 3.5m 37
.. .. 24 .. D+20.0 BlckstnG 7.1 BGX 18.19 .35 9 47 ..x
.. .. 25 .. C+ 22.2 BlkstFRt 6.8 BSL 19.48 .62 24 45 ..x
16 36 85 .. E 29.5 Blackst .0 BXMT 25.24 +.35 85 80 ..k
.. .. 20 .. D20.2 Blackstne 7.7 BGB 18.23 .52 +62 260 ..x
.. .. 52 .. B29.9 BldrsAs 1.5 ADRA 28.30 +.31 48 1 ..k
.. .. 18 .. B 41.5 BldsEmg 2.7 ADRE 34.95 .10 62 19 ..k
.. .. 45 .. A22.6 BldrsEur 2.4 ADRU 21.90 .06 6 2 ..k
.. .. 23 .. C 16.8 BlrkCA2 4.0 BJZ 15.20 .04 +221 38 ..k
.. .. 28 .. C 16.4 BlkFloa 5.9 BGT 14.78 .20 18 68 ..k
.. .. 16 .. D 17.4 BlacIvQ 6.6 BKN 14.60 .10 55 29 ..k
.. .. 24 .. B 17.5 BlrkMu2 4.6 BPK 15.90 .04 57 19 ..k
.. .. 24 .. B16.9 BlrkNY2 3.6 BLH 15.18 +.01 46 5 ..k
.. .. 21 .. C 13.6 BlkCpHY 8.5 HYV 11.99 .11 36 108 ..
.. .. 19 .. B13.4 BlkCpHY 8.2 HYT 11.67 .11 27 125 ..
.. .. 18 .. B8.4 BlkCorp 8.3 COY 7.11 .03 53 77 ..
.. .. 20 .. C+ 8.2 BlkCpHY 8.3 CYE 7.26 .07 34 126 ..
.. .. 22 .. D+4.7 BlkDebt 7.3 DSU 4.10 .05 4 461 ..
.. .. 31 .. D13.6 BlkEnhC
9 CII 12.99 .05 54 76 ..k
.. .. 21 .. C+ 16.2 BlEnhGv 5.5 r EGF 14.28 ... 57 18 ..k
.. .. 31 .. D16.8 BlkFltR 5.9 FRA 15.17 .15 11 113 ..
.. .. 14 .. D+16.5 BlkMuNY 5.5 MNE 13.59 +.04 +12 14 ..k
.. .. 11 .. D17.9 BlkMuIn 6.1 MUI 14.02 +.01 23 106 ..k
.. .. 14 .. E 14.6 BlkMuni 6.1 MUA 12.20 .05 +5 121 ..k
.. .. 10 .. E 13.7 BlkMuni 6.7 MEN 10.67 .05 49 63 ..k
.. .. 10 .. D 18.5 BlkMuni 7.0 MUH 14.24 +.10 46 25 ..k
.. .. 14 .. B20.0 BlkMuni 6.7 MHD 16.33 .03 26 41 ..k
.. .. 13 .. E 12.3 BlkMunv 7.3 MVF 9.64 ... 41 109 ..
.. .. 12 .. E 18.5 BlMunyQ 6.6 MQY 14.61 +.06 29 77 ..k
.. .. 12 .. E 17.9 BlMunyl 6.5 MYC 14.42 .01 14 59 ..k
.. .. 12 .. C 17.4 BlkMuni 7.1 MYD 14.04 +.01 19 131 ..k
.. .. 12 .. E 18.5 BlkMuni 7.3 MVT 14.98 +.01 50 33 ..k
.. .. 9 .. E 18.2 BlkMuny 6.8 MYF 13.91 .05 +20 62 ..k
.. .. 9 .. E 18.3 BlkMuny 6.2 MYJ 14.15 .03 27 30 ..k
.. .. 12 .. E 16.3 BlMunQl 6.9 MQT 12.26 ... 25 52 ..k
.. .. 13 .. D16.8 BlkMuny 6.2 MZA 13.35 +.10 22 18 ..k
.. .. 19 .. B4.8 BlkSenH 6.9 ARK 4.06 .04 26 154 ..
83 64 90 C B31.7 BlockH&R 2.7 HRB 29.82 .40 1 2.5m 18o
4 21 14 E D1.7 BlonderTong BDR .99 .01 +11 11 ..k
86 47 93 B B 26.7 BloominBrdsBLMN 25.17 +.20 +74 1.8m 26o
10 32 15 B C 17.5 Blount
BLT 12.41 .11 50 113 14
98 69 86 A A+NH Blucora
BCOR.20.76 +.66 +7 399 10
83 83 73 B B 43.5 BlueNile
NILE 38.97 .61 34 115 54
52 3 91 D .. NH BluebirdBio BLUE 35.00 +2.50 22 325 ..k
32 8 63 B C+ 9.5 Blueknig 5.4 BKEP 8.65 .09 59 8 57k
12 29 7 E C 3.5 BlueLinx
BXC 2.09 .08 +77 252 ..k
53 56 64 E B 4.7 Bluephoenix BPHX 4.24 +.08 28 3 ..
7 14 5 B B+ 46.2 Blyth
1.3 BTH 15.23 +.37 +33 221 6
75 85 44 A B 48.0 BMCSftwr r BMC 45.64 .05 69 1.1m 13

WEDNESDAY, JULY 17, 2013

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Earnings Per Share Growth Rating
Relative Price Strength Rating
Sales+Profit Margins+ROE
Accumulation/Distribution (3 mos)
52-wk

Dividend Stock Close

Vol% Vol P

6 6 6 6 6 High Stock % Yield Symbol Price Chg Chg 1000 E


1 40 8 D E 8.5 Santand 2.7 BSBR 5.94 .04 +30 6.3m 8
51 42 57 B B 33.0 Brdwalk 6.6 BWP 32.07 .42 4 829 23
69 44 76 D A51.5 BobEvns 2.2 BOBE 50.56 +.17 +26 191 21
62 40 84 C B+ 13.4 BodyCntrl BODY 12.80 .06 60 81 22
87 58 83 A B+ 108 Boeing 1.9 BA 104.2 1.43 0 5.8m 20
17 48 16 D B11.1 BoingoWlss r WIFI 6.46 +.07 +217 457 58
50 80 34 B D34.5 BoiseCascade BCC 27.76 .63 +39 421 23
45 39 53 D C+ 9.0 BoiseI
.0 BZ 8.67 .01 +264 2.4m 16
81 82 55 A B 67.3 BOKFncl 2.3 BOKF 66.63 .17 15 54 12k
48 20 67 B B+ NH BoltTech 1.5 BOLT 18.11 +.12 34 12 22
51 51 96 E B22.7 BonTon 1.0 BONT 20.09 .28 39 141 ..o
24 42 16 C C 6.0 BonaFilm BONA 4.17 +.01 89 7 99
94 82 94 A B42.47BonanzaCrk BCEI 39.71 .09 12 399 26
42 27 86 D B 1.7 BonsoElec BNSO 1.62 +.07 91 0.3 ..k
9 11 22 D D+3.2 BookM r BAMM 2.54 .05 83 4 84
84 76 88 C C 18.7 BoozAll 2.2 BAH 18.17 .23 55 210 10
86 78 75 C B89.8 BorgWarner BWA 87.21 1.60 +1 863 17
3 22 15 E D+8.2 BOSBett .0 BOSC 2.80 +.01 92 1 8k
92 75 86 A A181 BostonBeer r SAM 180.2 .53 35 36 41
15 15 31 C B117 BostonP 2.4 BXP 109.5 .20 30 812 68
55 40 69 C B+ 11.4 BostonP 1.8 r BPFH 11.20 .06 +1 455 19k
76 68 91 C C+ 9.8 BostonSci
BSX 9.47 .10 67 6.4m 14
94 94 69 A B29.9 Bottomline EPAY 29.15 .24 54 99 24
90 83 85 C B+ 14.2 BoulderBrds BDBD 13.87 .06 26 385 66
.. .. 58 .. D7.8 BldrGIn
1.9 BIF 7.71 .04 80 10 ..
.. .. 64 .. B22.7 BoulderTR
BTF 22.21 .13 45 9 ..
22 41 39 D D 4.8 BovieMed
BVX 2.97 .13 80 7 99k
39 55 48 D B 13.6 BowlAm 4.9 BWLA 13.45 .05 83 0.1 43
8 6 5 B D6.8 BoxShi
13 TEU 3.55 ... 46 74 4
52 2 95 D B+ 14.5 BoydGm
BYD 11.98 .13 35 1.2m ..
18 21 35 C B45.5 BPplc
5.1 r BP 42.54 +.40 10 4.7m 8
23 42 44 A D+120 BPPrdh
9 BPT 90.22 +2.69 +76 226 9
33 38 46 C B 36.5 BradyA 2.3 r BRC 32.93 +.18 +47 330 17o
17 18 46 E B 16.1 Brndywin 4.2 BDN 14.30 .03 41 767 ..
7 26 27 D E 5.5 BrasilagroBra LND 4.70 +.03 94 0.3 ..k
22 53 47 E C 17.9 Braskem 3.9 BAK 14.99 .33 36 191 ..
90 87 65 B B19.1 BravoBrio BBRG 17.78 .23 32 69 19
.. .. 18 .. E 67.2 BiPAg
JJA 50.99 +.47 52 4 99k
.. .. 38 .. B 56.5 BiPSPBWrt BWV 55.55 .14 70 0.6 99k
.. .. 61 .. ANH BarcGSOil
OIL 24.76 .15 10 506 99
.. .. 14 .. D+12.4 BiPGCrb
GRN 5.50 +.20 97 0.4 99k
.. .. 30 .. C 37.0 BiPCocoa
NIB 30.56 +.69 72 10 99
.. .. 6 .. E 45.5 BiPCoff
JO 26.32 +.53 +25 127 99
.. .. 17 .. B48.8 BiPCop
JJC 39.02 +.31 34 36 99
.. .. 38 .. B36.2 BarcGsci36 GSP 33.19 +.04 71 7 99k
.. .. 16 .. B 39.1 BiPIMet
JJM 29.02 .06 89 0.7 99k
.. .. 34 .. C+ 29.2 BiPLive
COW 26.91 +.03 +117 47 99
.. .. 8 .. C+ 27.0 BiPNick
JJN 18.46 +.09 70 0.3 99k
.. .. 21 .. B39.3 BiPPlat
PGM 31.79 +.06 94 0.1 99k
.. .. 11 .. D+65.5 BiPSofts
JJS 45.96 .04 80 0.1 99k
.. .. 7 .. E 90.4 BiPSug
SGG 55.60 .71 51 5 99
.. .. 18 .. C 58.3 BiPTin
JJT 44.17 +1.25 92 0.2 99k
.. .. 19 .. D64.9 BiPGrain
JJG 49.34 +.67 48 14 99
.. .. 38 .. C+ 19.0 BiPEngy
JJE 17.99 +.32 +44 7 99k
.. .. 3 .. C 72.0 BarcShtB BXDB 34.23 2.53 33 1 99k
36 71 35 C C 54.1 BREProp 3.1 BRE 51.48 .06 54 285 46
54 67 50 D C+ 9.3 BreezeEast BZC 8.80 +.10 +162 13 20k
28 52 19 D B21.8 Breitbu 10 BBEP 17.90 ... 32 757 ..
60 54 57 A B 24.8 BridgeB 3.8 BDGE 24.50 +.78 +72 25 16k
78 68 51 A B NH BridgeCptl BBNK 16.78 +.19 46 16 17k
3 20 10 E D+2.5 Bridgeline BLIN 1.13 .04 74 9 ..k
85 48 93 B B 16.8 BrdgpntEd
BPI 15.57 .35 41 260 7
22 23 29 C B8.7 BridgFds .0 BRID 7.40 +.03 +8 1 14
39 82 42 E D+25.5 BriggSt 2.2 r BGG 21.44 .17 62 147 23
50 53 62 .. C 38.4 BrightHrzFmBFAM 34.93 .08 53 109 99
39 45 51 .. A 16.5 Brightcove BCOV 9.11 .22 33 315 ..
26 80 5 A C 1.1 Brigus
BRD .54 +.01 +2 837 4k
80 86 62 B D41.9 Brinker 2.0 r EAT 40.40 .55 +36 1.4m 18
16 31 36 C D+30.8 Brinks
1.5 BCO 27.06 +.07 20 153 13
56 38 72 C C+ 49.6 BrstMyr 3.1 BMY 44.99 .17 60 4.5m 25
79 62 79 B B69.1 Bristow 1.5 BRS 68.61 +.12 +5 188 18
23 81 33 .. D115 BritAme 4.0 BTI 106.3 .25 47 107 15
78 86 84 B D 52.0 BTGroup 2.8 BT 51.28 .63 50 55 12k
77 85 72 C C+ NH BerkHthwyB BRKB 117.2 .01 35 2.7m 21k
65 81 43 A C 37.9 Broadco 1.3 BRCM 34.85 +.40 13 5.6m 11
80 78 71 B DNH Broadri 2.6 BR 28.02 .14 60 328 16
60 23 63 B A43.0 Broadsoft BSFT 30.92 .47 +28 449 23
9 10 33 E C+ 12.0 Broadvision BVSN 8.75 +.08 66 15 ..k
2 1 4 E D+3.2 BroadwyFncl BYFC .65 ... 83 0.4 ..
59 7 97 E A6.0 BrdwindE .0 BWEN 5.40 +.26 +197 226 ..
72 63 66 B A 6.5 Brocade
BRCD 6.30 .06 44 4.3m 9o
34 34 71 D C+ 30.3 BrkdlLiving BKD 28.41 .05 0 1.0m ..
13 12 38 .. E 39.2 BrkfldAs 1.6 BAM 36.92 .18 48 451 19
.. .. 43 .. D24.9 BrookfldGl 6.3 INF 22.30 +.02 37 25 ..x
28 43 34 B D40.9 Brookfi
4.8 BIP 36.16 .38 56 197 43
45 57 31 B C+ 19.2 Brookfiel 3.3 BPO 16.95 .13 +10 1.3m 8k
29 49 27 B D24.0 Brookfield 4.7 BPY 21.35 +.28 58 93 1k
43 67 29 E .. 30.0 BrkfldRenEnr BEP 28.20 +.10 66 22 ..k
71 80 81 B B26.1 BrookfieldRes BRP 21.60 .11 21 186 23k
.. .. 21 .. D 28.0 BrookTotl 9 HTR 23.11 .47 26 37 ..x
64 81 41 B B 9.5 Brookli 3.7 BRKL 9.23 .04 7 244 16k
21 9 67 E C+ 11.0 BrooksA 3.1 BRKS 10.38 .02 +7 278 33
78 84 68 A C NH Brwn&Br 1.1 BRO 33.58 .21 +102 1.4m 23o
77 79 59 A B+ 74.8 BrownFo 1.4 BFA 74.52 +.22 52 2 27
72 79 52 A B+ 74.3 BrownFo 1.4 BFB 72.53 +.30 +11 336 26
84 86 92 D A24.8 BrownSh 1.2 BWS 23.64 1.00 1 354 19o
26 44 50 B E 19.5 Bruker
BRKR 17.10 .19 39 510 22
72 76 78 B D+37.4 Brunswi
.1 BC 35.01 .46 24 716 15
76 61 65 A B+ 26.8 BrynMwr 2.6 BMTC 26.15 .15 +14 31 15k
57 59 81 D C+ 72.8 Buckeye 5.9 BPL 71.26 1.05 46 227 27
73 52 75 C B37.9 Buckeye 1.0 BKI 37.20 .02 46 264 15
81 72 80 A B57.2 Buckle
1.5 BKE 54.76 .48 44 147 15o
1 31 1 B E 40.1 Buenavn 3.3 BVN 14.56 +.63 +65 2.8m 6
92 83 66 B B 106 BffWldWg BWLD 100.5 4.55 +146 790 33
46 36 90 E C 7.1 BldBear
BBW 6.65 +.02 43 26 ..
46 36 77 D C 7.3 BldrsFirst BLDR 6.42 .17 52 169 ..
.. .. 32 .. D21.0 BS2013Co1.0 BSCD 20.75 .01 +32 56 ..
.. .. 32 .. B 21.4 BS2014Co 1.4 BSCE 21.28 +.01 0 104 ..
.. .. 32 .. A+22.0 BS2015Co 1.7 BSCF 21.79 .01 +53 189 ..
.. .. 32 .. B+ 22.4 BS2016Co1.9 BSCG 22.12 .01 +49 145 ..
.. .. 30 .. B23.1 BS2017C 2.2 BSCH 22.41 +.02 +12 85 ..
46 87 49 D D+81.0 Bunge 1.6 r BG 73.45 .23 34 545 26
12 27 7 E B6.4 BurconNutrsci BUR 2.80 +.05 63 1 ..k
79 75 68 C C 21.7 BurgerK 1.2 r BKW 20.09 .06 21 702 26

C
97 85 86 A A+57.6 C&FFncl 2.1 CFFI 55.31 1.09 64 8 11k
39 45 32 B D 25.4 CJEnergy
CJES 19.52 .32 16 468 6
51 86 25 A D 30.3 CAIIntl
CAP 22.89 .27 +21 167 7
88 86 65 B C+ 30.0 CAInc
3.4 CA 29.37 .21 13 3.5m 11
89 88 69 C B+ NH CBIZ
CBZ 7.21 +.08 +177 394 9k
99 92 92 A ANH 7CBOE 1.2 r CBOE 48.04 +.43 22 488 26
73 72 66 B C 25.7 CBREGrp
CBG 23.88 .16 32 1.9m 19
96 87 86 B B NH CBSCIA
.9 CBSA 52.63 .44 13 4 19k
94 87 87 B C NH CBSCIB
.9 r CBS 52.68 .45 23 4.2m 19
76 80 59 B .. NH CDWCorp
CDW 20.10 +.54 74 239 25k
22 70 21 B D 233 CFIndust .9 CF 181.2 4.16 24 728 6
86 80 96 D ANH CFSBanc .3 CITZ 11.88 +.17 61 21 22k
60 80 29 D A33.4 CGG
.0 CGG 25.00 +.14 +72 25 22k

D3

IBD Composite Rating


Earnings Per Share Growth Rating
Relative Price Strength Rating
Sales+Profit Margins+ROE
Accumulation/Distribution (3 mos)
52-wk

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6 6 6 6 6 High Stock % Yield Symbol Price Chg Chg 1000 E


61 75 64 C E 32.6 CGIA
GIB 29.46 .29 45 83 39k
42 63 35 B D+67.9 CHRbin 2.3 r CHRW 60.23 +.29 3 1.5m 21
22 69 24 E C 9.1 CIFC
CIFC 7.27 +.22 11 8 ..k
47 80 73 E C 50.0 CITGroup
r CIT 48.44 .54 +3 1.5m 99
53 80 57 E B10.4 CMSBanc CMSB 8.97 .06 88 0.4 ..k
87 89 89 D B+ 14.4 CNOFncl .9 r CNO 13.97 .22 7 1.3m 14
18 60 11 A D+24.1 CPFLEne 6.0 CPL 18.48 .10 42 236 10
65 69 66 E B 23.1 CRAIntl
r CRAI 21.46 +.47 29 17 17k
8 17 38 E C+ 23.4 CRHPlc 3.9 CRH 20.42 .23 75 77 22
96 81 96 B B 9.4 CSP
4.5 CSPI 8.87 +.07 87 6 8k
89 81 93 C A+36.7 CSR
1.2 CSRE 36.11 .38 +6 10 26k
27 47 62 D D31.5 CSSIndst 2.3 r CSS 26.45 .09 52 14 12k
76 88 43 D B+ 33.9 CSTBrands
CST 32.00 +.03 75 448 11
77 44 80 B B 13.5 CTCMeda 5.2 CTCM 12.23 .26 56 216 12
94 80 85 C A17.4 CUBancorp CUNB 17.14 +.30 13 50 51k
33 22 36 D A 7.5 CUIGlobal
CUI 5.87 .16 +152 155 ..
83 80 85 A C 65.67CVREner 6.3 CVI 47.29 .52 25 525 5
17 59 16 B D30.0 CVRPrtn 10 UAN 22.48 .59 60 204 13
65 89 48 A D 34.4 CVRRefi 22 CVRR 27.73 .79 53 536 4
4 36 4 B E 14.0 CYSInvs 15 r CYS 8.71 .03 28 2.5m 8
.. .. 1 .. E 96.0 CTrcsC .0 CVOL 10.17 +.64 +170 24 99
31 42 42 C B+ 17.4 CaliFst 12 CFNB 17.06 +.06 +10 4 23k
94 96 85 B D 72.57Cabelas
CAB.68.20 .84 36 447 22
36 20 75 .. A 19.4 Cablevi 3.2 CVC 18.58 .35 35 2.3m ..
35 58 42 C E 44.2 Cabot
2.0 CBT 39.08 .06 +39 406 12
59 71 58 C B37.8 CabotMi .0 CCMP 37.25 +.17 8 119 19
86 80 86 B C 74.2 CabotOi .1 COG.69.58 .64 +6 1.9m 88
38 7 89 E A 5.0 Cache
CACH 4.53 .20 36 58 ..k
74 91 61 C D+65.5 CACIIntl
CACI 63.07 .27 +14 384 9o
91 97 75 A BNH Cadence
CDNS.15.72 .03 56 1.0m 19
81 47 89 D B+ 8.3 CadenceP CADX 7.41 .22 30 283 ..
1 4 4 E E 11.0 Cadiz
CDZI 4.79 +.01 +18 128 ..
69 51 52 A B 11.5 CAE
1.7 CAE 11.38 .07 66 16 15k
56 16 97 E A18.4 CaesarsEnt CZR 16.29 .08 +78 1.1m ..
95 97 96 A C+ 30.57CaesarStne CSTE 29.35 .14 35 134 21k
69 61 51 B B+ 14.8 Cafepress PRSS 7.26 +.10 56 18 22
58 40 82 D D+2.3 CalDive
DVR 2.16 .01 54 497 ..
81 36 75 B B NH CalMneF 3.4 CALM 50.22 +.04 23 60 18
50 65 37 C B 12.3 CalamsA 4.5 CLMS 10.99 ... 36 121 9
.. .. 29 .. D13.5 CalaCvHi 8.2 CHY 12.40 .05 11 226 ..k
.. .. 35 .. D 13.3 Calamos 9.0 CHI 12.71 .04 9 243 ..k
.. .. 29 .. D9.3 CalamGl 8.7 CHW 8.49 .10 +43 266 ..k
.. .. 29 .. B15.7 CalaGTR 8.8 CGO 13.70 .04 43 17 ..k
.. .. 33 .. C 11.0 ClmsStr 8.1 CSQ 10.34 .17 +13 566 ..k
84 35 96 B A+16.5 CalAmp
CAMP 15.15 .60 +22 516 22o
39 62 39 B C 32.6 Calavo 2.3 CVGW 27.75 +.38 52 24 23
46 87 60 D D18.7 CalgnCarbon r CCC 17.71 .01 58 156 39
46 68 50 C B NH CalifWt 3.1 CWT 20.94 .27 +45 330 21
80 43 96 E B+ 11.8 Calix
CALX 11.41 +.02 +6 324 57
26 38 54 E C 7.3 CallGolf
.6 ELY 6.87 .01 0 522 ..
77 29 93 E A NH Callidus
CALD 6.80
... 30 172 ..
3 25 15 E D6.6 CallnPet
CPE 3.80 ... 25 190 99
27 5 56 E D+22.2 Calpine
CPN 21.77 .14 33 2.3m 99
22 28 47 B E 40.3 Calumt 8.0 CLMT 33.97 .06 41 288 10
7 1 49 E B0.8 CAMAC
CAK .60 +.00 +125 129 ..k
38 18 65 E B1.5 Cambium ABCD 1.23 ... 68 4 ..k
93 92 80 B B NH Cambrex
CBM 15.19 .36 5 128 16k
.. .. 28 .. C 26.0 CambrGl 2.3 GTAA 24.08 ... 63 4 ..k
.. .. 46 .. .. 26.6 CambrShrYld SYLD 26.36 .15 45 97 99
58 27 90 D B 4.0 CamcoFncl CAFI 3.60 .02 4 16 8k
40 32 54 C B+ 40.4 CamdenN 2.8 r CAC 38.49 +.61 +96 38 13k
37 28 40 B A76.1 CamdenP 3.5 CPT 72.98 +.14 25 503 45
10 22 44 D D+23.2 Cameco 1.8 CCJ 20.97 .38 +28 1.7m 23
19 28 30 D D 2.5 CamelotInfo CIS 1.62 +.02 +20 130 54o
75 87 60 A E 67.4 Cameron
CAM.63.27 .84 24 1.3m 19
82 73 68 A C 48.8 Campbls 2.5 CPB 46.10 .12 45 889 17o
22 34 32 C B 14.4 CampusC 5.5 CCG 12.11 +.27 +41 724 52
47 42 90 D A2.7 Camtek
CAMT 2.30 .00 91 8 14k
53 73 48 A D+104 Canadian 1.6 r CNI 100.7 .33 44 339 17
24 45 48 C C 35.1 CanadnNa 1.5 CNQ 31.79 +.05 18 2.0m 20
70 84 79 B D139 CandPac 1.1 CP 127.1 +.38 27 618 26
84 49 99 E A NH CdnSolar
CSIQ 13.98 +.05 +86 6.5m ..o
21 65 24 B E 84.4 CandianI 5.1 CM 73.28 +.26 43 142 8o
11 26 24 D C 40.9 Canon
4.0 CAJ 34.68 +.54 57 193 16
92 92 84 B B+ NH CantelD
.4 CMN 25.35 .43 +1 113 28o
21 26 18 D C 12.0 Cantbry .0 r CPHC 9.80 +.05 +240 5 51k
34 47 41 D B10.0 CapeBnc 2.1 r CBNJ 9.52 +.12 50 38 26k
78 51 89 B B47.4 CapellaEdu CPLA 43.39 .76 56 51 16
41 13 83 D B+ 150 CapSW .5 CSWC 148.1 .01 +15 7 99k
85 84 59 C B+ NH CapitalBkFinl r CBF 19.80 +.05 65 133 33
79 80 75 E B NH CapCity
CCBG 13.03 +.13 9 16 99k
80 85 67 A B67.7 CaptlOne 1.8 r COF 66.68 .17 42 2.0m 11
54 74 68 .. B+ 10.2 CapProd 9 CPLP 9.67 .17 9 167 23
64 53 90 C D+27.9 CapitalSrLvng CSU 25.71 +.06 60 73 88
59 69 74 C B9.9 CaptlSrc .4 r CSE 9.49 .20 +8 1.4m 15
22 27 35 .. B 10.2 CaptlAcquis CLACU 10.02 .13 88 10 ..k
49 60 45 C B+ 12.5 CptlFed 2.4 CFFN 12.37 .04 +11 1.3m 26
36 10 92 C B8.7 CapLease 3.7 LSE 8.46 .01 +1 1.8m 99k
7 21 20 B D 14.6 Capstea 10 r CMO 11.83 .13 29 723 8
65 53 90 E B 1.4 CapstnTrbn CPST 1.31 .07 +28 5.7m ..k
26 44 24 B C+ 97.9 CarboCer 1.4 CRR 75.17 .04 26 230 18
84 51 92 D A13.9 Carbonite CARB 13.24 .01 +67 132 ..
5 25 1 .. E 0.9 Cardero
CDY .09 ... 39 60 ..
10 35 11 E B2.0 Cardica
CRDC 1.20 +.01 +90 146 ..
83 99 44 A C 18.4 CardnlF 1.5 CFNL 15.97 +.06 +11 141 10k
54 79 60 D B50.0 Cardinal 2.5 r CAH 49.22 .52 37 1.6m 13
57 80 54 E C+ 2.7 Cardiome .0 CRME 2.04 +.03 9 26 3
72 21 99 E A+7.0 CardioNetn BEAT 6.52 +.10 21 681 ..
57 6 94 E A 22.7 CardiovS
CSII 21.27 +.01 0 160 ..
14 27 1 D D0.3 Cardiumn
CXM .07 +.00 61 166 ..k
74 88 43 A B 31.5 Cardtronics CATM 29.51 +.20 40 128 18
38 20 78 E B5.9 CareerEd
CECO 3.68 .04 63 346 ..
62 51 80 C B39.2 Carefusion
CFN 38.61 .52 44 1.3m 19
43 62 52 C C 70.6 Carlisl
1.2 CSL 64.70 .62 +10 366 16k
17 37 25 B D+37.9 Carlyle
2.4 CG 26.54 .46 26 525 13
82 92 85 B D 49.2 CarMax
r KMX 47.63 .10 37 952 23o
85 39 86 B A NH Carmike
CKEC 20.50 .06 23 115 29
22 45 40 D D40.0 Carnival 2.8 r CCL 36.25 +.21 46 2.6m 19o
27 45 41 D B41.8 Carniva 2.7 r CUK 37.67 +.32 33 84 20
93 77 94 A B14.3 CarolnaBnk CLBH 12.65 +.12 73 3 6k
24 11 45 .. B 3.3 CarolinaTrst CART 2.94 .16 81 0.3 ..k
35 76 29 B B56.5 Carpenter 1.5 CRS 48.66 .04 36 233 16
94 96 93 B C 22.3 Carriag
.5 CSV 19.03 +.13 25 89 21
92 80 81 A B+ 31.4 Carrizo
CRZO 30.89 +.64 21 626 17
44 1 63 D B+ 6.8 CarrolsR
TAST 6.44 .01 19 122 ..
91 94 82 B B+ 75.57Carters .9 CRI.73.80 .85 62 243 24
38 80 52 E D+7.8 CarverBanc CARV 5.07 +.13 85 0.2 28k
58 80 48 E B 7.2 Cascade
CACB 6.35 .30 +417 52 42k
43 38 64 C B8.0 Cascade
r CSCD 7.02 +.18 36 7 16k
25 57 39 E B 5.6 CslaWstA CWST 4.65 +.04 +36 267 ..o
80 68 79 C C NH CaseysG 1.1 CASY 67.99 +2.27 +35 354 23o
42 83 38 B D54.1 CashAmer .3 r CSH 44.70 .95 +349 720 9
9 37 7 E C 6.3 CashStr
9 CSFS 2.55 +.05 16 11 ..k
81 59 81 B A NH CassInfo 1.3 CASS 53.93 +.29 +124 47 25k
28 20 67 E C 18.7 CastleAM
CAS 16.24 +.28 19 166 ..
24 8 77 D C+ 0.4 CastleBr
ROX .36 +.01 99 1 ..k
60 50 93 .. B2.3 CatalystP CPRX .97 .03 31 578 ..
51 99 24 C D58.2 Catamar .0 CTRX.49.39 .42 43 1.2m 37
21 32 38 B C+ 99 Caterpi 2.7 CAT 88.17 +.77 7 5.4m 11
54 25 77 C BNH CathyGen .2 CATY 22.75 .24 29 178 17
52 61 44 C B+ 29.5 CatoA
.7 CATO 27.13 .29 45 65 13o

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EXPANDED DATA TABLES

WEDNESDAY, JULY 17, 2013

IBD Composite Rating


Earnings Per Share Growth Rating
Relative Price Strength Rating
Sales+Profit Margins+ROE
Accumulation/Distribution (3 mos)
52-wk

Dividend Stock Close

Vol% Vol P

6 6 6 6 6 High Stock % Yield Symbol Price Chg Chg 1000 E


49 44 68 D C NH CavcoInd
CVCO 54.53 +.18 +37 33 76k
85 95 71 C B+ 39.5 Cavium
CAVM 36.22 1.19 +62 1.0m 59
28 24 53 E B10.2 Cbeyond
CBEY 8.97 +.07 +218 504 ..
20 33 46 B E 27.0 CBLAssoc 3.9 CBL 23.50 +.26 7 1.6m 34
.. .. 31 .. D 10.4 CbreClario 5.9 IGR 9.09 .01 38 299 ..k
96 91 90 B B+ NH Cracker 2.9 CBRL 102.0 .15 4 152 20o
11 9 8 D D 4.8 CCAInds 8.1 CAW 3.45 +.01 48 7 ..
10 18 17 D C 18.0 CDI
3.4 CDI 15.29 +.19 54 23 16k
88 58 88 B ANH CECEntr 2.1 CEC 45.12 +.09 32 60 17
84 93 82 B B+ 14.3 CecoEnv 1.5 CECE 13.26 .29 17 58 18
38 2 60 B B44.3 CederFa 5.9 FUN 42.33 +.08 69 59 41
34 69 35 C B6.8 CedarRe 3.5 CDR 5.71 +.06 +10 439 25k
13 39 4 E D 0.5 CelSci
CVM .22 +.01 72 225 ..k
70 84 56 C D22.0 Celadon
.4 CGI 19.64 .34 47 93 15
60 89 64 B C 51.6 Celanese .8 r CE 47.27 .26 19 732 11
36 37 69 D B10.0 Celestica
CLS 9.20 +.02 46 101 10k
99 98 91 A C 136 Celgene
r CELG 135.1 +.12 14 2.6m 25
17 52 5 .. E 3.9 CellThe
.0 CTIC 1.06 .01 58 538 ..
45 31 78 C B NH Cellcom
16 CEL 10.17 +.15 22 84 9
79 34 99 E A 22.0 CelldexTh
CLDX 20.21 .86 22 1.6m ..
16 27 2 E B 9.4 Celsion
CLSN 1.13 .02 88 745 ..
25 57 25 A C 15.6 CemntsP 1.2 CPAC 12.00 +.15 +55 46 21k
14 1 71 E C 12.6 CemexSab .0 CX 11.07 .19 31 10m ..
50 2 82 .. A9.2 Cempra
CEMP 8.84 +.24 +13 219 ..k
33 53 9 D B19.8 Cencosud .5 CNCO 14.42 .02 88 18 22
16 47 28 C C 37.3 Cenovus 3.0 CVE 31.12 +.04 13 1.0m 25
75 28 87 C B+ 55.8 Centene
CNC 55.40 +.42 +45 582 45
89 95 69 A B+ 14.1 CtrBanc 2.2 CNBC 13.92 .08 +27 25 12k
46 63 53 C C+ 24.7 Centerpt 3.4 CNP 24.51 .13 36 1.7m 18
65 32 71 D A+10.1 Centers .4 CSFL 9.96 +.01 +77 119 22k
1 9 2 E D 8.0 CnElBras .0 EBR 2.18 .03 52 558 ..o
2 9 4 E D10.5 Centrais .0 EBRB 4.38 .03 64 107 ..k
6 1 4 E D7.9 CntrlEuro
CETV 3.52 +.02 65 315 ..
.. .. 23 .. B 36.1 CentEur 2.4 CEE 30.94 +.34 0 21 ..k
.. .. 6 .. E 24.2 CentrlF
.1 CEF 14.28 .03 53 731 ..k
15 60 18 E B3.7 CntrlFe .0 CFBK 1.35 .09 +238 11 ..k
4 24 6 D D 13.3 CntrlGarden CENTA 7.36 +.07 0 233 18
4 24 6 D D+12.6 CntlGardn CENT 7.46 +.08 +35 108 18k
.. .. 8 .. D69.1 CentGold
GTU 45.95 +.29 73 29 ..k
71 45 79 B B NH Centrstate
CPF 18.96
... +12 143 15k
.. .. 58 .. BNH CentSec 2.5 CET 22.81 +.18 +30 34 ..k
55 40 71 C B 10.3 CtrlVal 2.0 r CVCY 9.82 .25 81 1 12k
56 68 90 E C+ 10.6 CenturyAl CENX 10.13 +.21 32 697 ..
62 88 40 B B36.8 CtryBc 1.4 r CNBKA 34.45 .71 3 6 9
74 48 80 D B+ 3.8 CenturyCsno CNTY 3.72 +.01 85 7 18k
28 71 21 D D43.4 Century 6.0 r CTL 36.27 +.03 31 3.8m 22
13 14 31 .. B3.1 Cenveo
CVO 2.19 +.02 44 290 6
54 98 20 B D+43.8 Cepheid
CPHD 34.04 .60 15 411 79
4 2 4 E E 8.4 Ceragon
CRNT 3.28 +.06 52 27 ..
5 6 2 .. D10.4 Ceres
CERE 2.13 .06 +30 848 ..
88 95 67 A B 50.1 Cerner .0 r CERN 49.39 .15 2 1.5m 38
63 33 84 E B5.6 Cerus
CERS 5.04 +.01 12 428 ..
77 49 87 C A+21.1 CEVA
CEVA 20.95 +.02 49 102 31
15 33 15 D .. 10.1 Chamber 5.7 CSG 8.72 .10 66 703 54k
98 89 86 A BNH 7Changyou .0 CYOU 34.34 .94 +1 169 6
22 4 23 D .. 19.8 ChanlAdvisr ECOM 17.32 .45 83 53 ..k
40 34 64 C B 4.6 ChrlClvrd
CTHR 4.38 .01 95 4 54k
45 45 50 B D46.9 CharlesRvLb CRL 43.82 .56 47 209 16
89 67 90 B B 103 ChartInds
GTLS 100.3 1.42 15 279 39
63 46 91 E B130 CharterCmm CHTR 123.8 .76 +21 1.3m ..
64 66 73 D B+ 11.8 Charter 1.9 r CHFN 10.74 +.57 0 158 28k
97 91 95 A A+NH Chase
1.4 CCF 28.14 +.34 +78 22 15
46 44 72 D B+ 19.9 Chatham 4.4 CLDT 18.99 .03 26 112 ..k
86 84 60 A B+ 54.6 Checkpoint r CHKP 53.51 .25 +15 1.8m 16
62 47 95 E A+NH CheckpntSys CKP 16.22 +.19 24 173 ..
95 88 78 B ANH Cheesca 1.1 CAKE 44.09 +.03 +16 573 22
80 69 67 A A21.1 Chefs'Wrhse CHEF 20.10 +.35 +3 69 28k
78 57 98 .. C 2.8 ChelseaT
CHTP 2.59 +.03 73 291 ..
31 21 48 C B 5.8 ChembioDiag CEMI 4.94 .13 31 14 49k
57 85 43 B D+82.0 Chemed
.9 CHE 75.88 +.24 +72 534 13
83 75 71 B B+ 29.3 ChemFncl 3.0 CHFC 28.47 .27 55 16 14k
56 25 73 E B+ 15.5 ChemoCentryxCCXI 14.58 +.12 47 92 ..
30 10 70 D C 24.5 Chemtura r CHMT 22.23 .52 8 624 19
29 28 57 C C 34.5 ChmgF 3.2 r CHMG 32.95 .14 57 6 15k
41 13 94 E B 31.5 CheniereEngy LNG 29.97 +.11 45 2.3m ..
28 15 76 E B31.3 Cheniere 5.6 CQP 30.30 .45 +31 347 99
25 32 20 A D+15.3 Cherokee 3.1 CHKE 12.74 .03 86 8 15
10 28 18 B D 22.5 ChspkGr 18 CHKR 15.25 .19 68 51 5
74 91 67 B C 58.0 Chesapke 2.7 CPK 57.40 .38 22 23 16k
45 38 60 C B 23.0 ChespkE 1.6 CHK 21.75 +.07 43 6.7m 30
35 22 59 B B24.1 ChspkeL 4.1 CHSP 23.23 +.01 5 225 40
65 73 57 D B+ 11.9 Cheviot 3.2 r CHEV 11.32 .05 86 3 25k
40 74 50 B D 127 Chevron 3.2 CVX 124.1 .56 38 4.0m 9
63 47 87 B C 64.9 ChcgoBrdg .3 CBI 61.65 .44 33 1.0m 22
84 90 78 C D 27.8 ChcgoRi 2.3 CVR 26.55 .09 79 0.7 15k
44 80 47 D D 19.7 Chicope 1.2 CBNK 17.20 .14 85 0.6 30k
53 87 27 A D+20.0 ChicosF 1.3 r CHS 16.86 .05 35 1.7m 15o
49 64 56 C C+ 62.2 ChldrnsPlce r PLCE 55.70 1.36 11 287 18o
14 10 39 B D+3.3 Chimera 12 CIM 2.88 .06 +13 9.9m 99
63 26 81 D B+ 25.1 Chimerix
CMRX 24.43 .01 66 26 ..k
1 7 4 E D 1.0 ChinaAdvcd CADC .30 .02 78 4 ..
15 62 8 D D0.6 ChiArmM CNAM .32 +.02 68 34 ..k
23 32 66 C C 7.5 ChinAutL .0 CALI 2.86 +.02 66 23 1k
82 38 95 C B 8.1 ChinaAuto r CAAS 7.37 +.50 +160 250 8
24 2 73 E A3.5 ChinaBAK .0 CBAK 1.92 +.08 29 115 ..
95 82 95 A C 31.2 ChinaBion CBPO 25.50 .10 44 12 13k
49 42 85 C D+2.4 ChinaCe
9 CCCL 2.05 +.01 34 39 1
84 49 88 B A NH ChCBlood
r CO 3.75 +.03 +21 121 16
23 25 41 C D 2.9 ChinaDi
.0 STV 1.51 .01 55 57 6o
94 55 98 B B+ 8.0 ChinaDi
.0 DL 7.99 +.10 +11 46 39
17 67 7 .. D23.8 ChinaEAir
CEA 15.71 .34 7 19 7k
11 7 17 E D 1.7 ChinaFnc
JRJC 1.25 ... 88 3 ..
.. .. 35 .. B+ 22.9 ChinaFu 1.6 CHN 20.63 .07 +20 67 ..k
2 15 1 E E 0.5 ChnaMinrls CHGS .11 +.00 +46 87 ..k
23 80 7 B D+4.6 ChinaGreen CGA 2.82 ... +7 59 1o
82 94 99 A B12.9 ChinaHGS HGSH 5.31 .74 +195 97 16k
68 91 49 A C 2.7 ChHousL
CHLN 1.63 .05 61 48 3k
60 30 94 D C 3.3 ChiHydro
CHC 2.36 .01 26 40 ..
35 7 98 E A+3.2 ChnaInfo
CNIT 2.53 .07 77 15 ..
2 20 2 E D1.3 ChiJoJo
CJJD .52 .10 +6 12 ..k
30 80 10 D D 52.7 ChinaLi
.8 LFC 36.06 +.02 46 125 27o
42 83 47 B D19.9 ChinaLodng HTHT 16.10 .01 58 27 29
39 72 17 C D 1.2 ChMarFd
CMFO .74 +.05 +3 49 4k
46 54 37 B C 1.6 ChiMetRur CNR 1.13 .06 88 0.3 3k
71 54 78 E B+ 2.3 ChMnYnWd MY 1.68 ... 33 562 ..o
50 73 26 A B 59.7 ChinaMb 3.8 CHL 52.41 .04 56 352 10
73 61 94 D B 18.5 ChnMblGms CMGE 11.50 +.02 90 3 99
10 6 26 D B 9.0 ChinaNRes CHNR 4.80 .15 +23 6 ..k
14 46 16 D C 2.3 ChinaNe .0 NPD 1.57 .03 +6 26 9
4 33 4 C C 2.6 ChNBorun BORN 1.23 ... 91 3 1
38 95 15 B B94.5 ChinaPe 5.5 SNP 71.43 +.32 20 79 6o
6 20 7 E C+ 0.6 ChinaPhHn CPHI .23 +.00 79 12 ..
1 1 3 E D 3.6 ChinaPr .0 CPSL 1.20 ... 83 0.8 ..
7 10 41 D C 1.7 ChinShgdaPk CPGI 1.17 .10100 0.1 9k
27 63 6 B D30.0 ChinaSt 1.7 ZNH 19.67 .17 49 14 9k
47 3 97 E B 3.2 ChinaSunn CSUN 2.73 +.06 +72 433 ..o
4 25 22 E D 1.5 ChinaTcF
CNTF 1.00 .02 +44 102 ..
21 46 24 C D+64.0 ChinaTel 2.0 CHA 48.25 .53 +21 57 15
34 73 31 C D+17.7 ChinaUn 1.2 CHU 14.01 +.27 +24 609 25o

IBD Composite Rating


Earnings Per Share Growth Rating
Relative Price Strength Rating
Sales+Profit Margins+ROE
Accumulation/Distribution (3 mos)
52-wk

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6 6 6 6 6 High Stock % Yield Symbol Price Chg Chg 1000 E


73 65 30 B A4.7 ChinaXD
CXDC 4.20 +.09 +16 42 3
29 44 28 B B1.7 ChinaXiniya XNY 1.16 +.02 62 17 2k
50 58 77 D B+ 18.0 ChinYuc 2.4 CYD 16.70 .34 +21 54 6
8 38 10 C D 4.1 ChinaZe 2.0 ZX 2.45 .02 +39 25 2
29 9 30 D B 5.9 Chinacache CCIH 4.05 ... +40 72 ..
74 92 45 C B8.4 Chinaedu r CEDU 6.32 .03 93 1 10
20 47 5 B E 1.3 ChinaNet r CNET .51 ... 17 15 3
86 63 94 C BNH Chindex
CHDX 17.95 +.33 49 16 69
92 80 95 C B+ 20.77Chipms .7 r IMOS 18.89 +.10 73 103 12o
96 94 61 A B404 Chipotle
r CMG 379.1 5.06 +45 560 41
54 33 96 E A 12.9 Chiquita
CQB 12.04 .44 +26 568 ..
98 77 96 A A 2.0 ChiRecyE
CREG 1.80 +.02 9 107 8o
3 39 21 D D3.0 ChiGerui
CHOP 1.71 .01 15 40 8o
39 59 37 B B33.7 Chunghwa .0 CHT 32.04 .15 48 89 18o
27 43 72 .. B46.0 ChoiceH 1.7 CHH 43.26 .11 +3 98 22
78 70 98 E C+ 7.9 ChrisBnk
CBK 7.20 +.09 2 369 ..o
29 52 48 C E 90.6 Chubb 2.0 r CB 87.19 +.19 +14 1.2m 15
70 91 46 A B 65.1 ChurchD 1.8 r CHD.63.60 .41 17 465 24
70 37 79 C B 86.4 Churchl .9 r CHDN 83.65 .57 16 37 25k
99 99 95 B C 44.17Chuy'sHlgs CHUY.39.24 2.22 +83 441 89o
31 23 87 E C 1.8 ChyronHego CHYR 1.57 +.07 69 8 ..k
29 50 31 E B5.0 Ciber
CBR 3.80 +.06 +30 259 54k
69 27 92 E B+ 22.2 Ciena
CIEN 21.68 .14 31 2.8m 99o
98 93 86 A B 76.8 CIGNA
.1 CI 74.95 .94 11 1.6m 11
29 24 58 C C+ 79.7 Cimarex
.8 XEC 72.70 +.46 11 814 17
68 62 91 B B 12.9 CimtrnL 7.9 CIMT 6.75 +.05 57 122 15k
2 11 7 .. D+5.9 CinciBell
CBB 3.37 +.10 7 1.7m 56
62 72 61 C D+50.6 Cincinnati 3.3 CINF 48.98 .42 2 766 18
28 43 33 .. B1.7 Cinedigm
CIDM 1.42 +.05 +70 142 ..k
60 56 53 B C 31.8 Cinemar 2.9 CNK 29.09 .25 36 364 21
60 66 54 B C 48.2 Cintas 1.4 CTAS 47.06 .82 +236 1.4m 18o
73 54 89 C B+ 55.8 Circor
.3 CIR 54.05 .77 8 84 20k
47 99 5 A C 45.5 Cirrus
r CRUS 19.16 +.31 49 1.5m 5
84 69 84 A A26.0 Cisco
2.6 CSCO 25.71 .22 37 26m 13o
30 18 78 E C+ 16.4 CitiTrends CTRN 14.76 .10 32 42 ..o
69 95 85 D D 53.6 Citi
.1 r C 51.83 +.02 +2 33m 12o
60 80 61 E B7.4 CitznsC .3 CZWI 7.20 .04 98 0.1 32k
40 41 43 C D+10.0 CitzenFrst CZFC 9.25 +.25 +125 3 12k
21 40 20 C E 20.6 Citizens 4.9 CIZN 18.05 +.05 84 0.4 13k
12 8 7 D B+ 11.7 Citizens
CIA 7.05 +.12 13 71 70k
39 42 43 B BNH CitizNr 4.8 CZNC 20.77 +.12 +19 22 11
69 84 22 A C+ 83.0 CitrixSys
CTXS 66.48 .08 10 1.8m 22
87 67 67 A C+ NH CityHldg 3.4 CHCO 42.94 +.44 15 30 15k
79 60 77 B B67.4 CityNatl 1.5 CYN 65.16 1.11 +2 314 16
49 65 54 B B55.8 Clarcor
1.0 CLC 54.35 .42 10 163 22o
1 27 1 C E 0.9 ClaudeRs
CGR .22 +.01 +240 2.3m 7k
37 24 72 C B+ 61.1 ClayWEgy CWEI 52.35 +.41 12 35 21k
3 25 2 E E 3.4 CleanDiesl CDTI 1.23 .01 0 149 ..k
38 40 29 D C+ 15.0 CleanEgyFuel CLNE 12.89 .22 +12 1.1m ..
21 28 33 C C 62.0 CleanHarbors CLH 54.99 .05 40 272 37
95 82 97 B B 10.9 CleantchSols CLNT 5.44 +.04 62 352 1k
14 8 61 E D 8.8 ClearCha .0 CCO 7.55 .08 53 80 ..
.. .. 42 .. .. 20.8 ClearbrgAmEn CBA 20.70 +.10 32 120 99
.. .. 53 .. D29.3 Clearbr 5.5 CEM 27.94 .39 41 112 ..
.. .. 53 .. D25.1 Clearbrid 5.6 EMO 24.18 .25 15 80 ..
99 85 99 A A+NH Clearfield
CLFD 13.55 .53 +31 184 43
92 80 92 C C+ 9.8 ClearOne r CLRO 7.99 +.04 +18 35 17k
49 2 91 .. B+ 11.2 ClearsgComb CLIR 9.26 .28 17 74 ..k
62 65 63 C C 53.0 ClrwtrPaper r CLW 49.80 .17 23 91 18k
47 60 52 C B+ 49.5 ClecoCo 3.0 CNL 48.64 .01 41 148 19k
17 25 14 E D3.0 ClevBioL
CBLI 1.63 .02 65 39 ..
32 38 26 B D+9.1 ClckSft 4.5 CKSW 7.15 +.03 29 71 24
1 26 3 C D 47.8 CliffsNa 3.4 CLF 17.52 +.25 59 4.2m 5
34 48 49 D C+ 13.5 CliftnS 2.0 r CSBK 12.26 .06 30 7 47k
25 63 48 .. C+ 90.1 Clorox
3.3 CLX 86.84 +.54 +190 2.5m 19
1 11 17 D E 22.3 CloudPeak
CLD 16.30 ... 53 354 9
.. .. 55 .. C 16.1 CloughGA 7.6 GLV 15.72 .18 +43 41 ..k
.. .. 61 .. A15.8 CloughG 7.5 GLQ 15.42 .14 29 41 ..k
.. .. 53 .. B13.6 ClghGOp 8.1 GLO 13.31 .09 20 82 ..k
68 17 99 .. A 86.3 ClovisOnclg CLVS 74.97 +.41 59 184 ..k
72 40 85 C A79.5 CMEGrp 2.4 CME 76.29 .83 8 2.2m 25
62 94 48 B C+ 30.0 CMSEnrgy 3.6 CMS 28.12 .11 +11 2.8m 16
26 39 55 C E 35.3 CNAFncl 2.4 CNA 33.67 +.15 16 153 15
55 61 44 B B 18.2 CNBFncl 3.7 CCNE 17.83 +.15 +41 21 13k
62 94 66 C C 48.8 CNHGlob .0 CNH 43.70 +.20 28 197 8
37 76 19 A C 226 CNOOC
3.1 CEO 177.0 +2.08 28 104 7
45 34 65 C C+ 40.3 ConsTom .2 CTO 39.36 +.67 +43 14 99k
71 81 43 A C 63.2 Coach 2.3 r COH 58.25 .93 5 3.0m 15
56 32 95 E B3.8 CoastDistSys CRV 3.40 +.01 95 0.4 ..k
17 2 6 E D+7.5 CoastalCont COA 4.93 .07 +999 1.0m ..
20 3 59 .. B 29.5 CobaltIntl
CIE 28.44 +.01 +5 3.8m ..
76 61 77 C B 9.4 CobizFn 1.3 COBZ 9.29 .04 49 69 16k
6 12 6 E C 5.4 CobraElc
COBR 3.05 +.04 39 5 14k
33 65 35 A C 43.4 CocaCo 2.8 r KO 40.23 .78 +148 33m 19o
17 45 27 C C+ 70.9 CcColaB 1.6 COKE 63.26 .10 32 12 20k
33 76 20 A B181 CocaCoF 2.3 KOF 138.6 1.87 7 88 27
11 36 54 .. D 29.4 CocaCola 1.7 CCH 24.75 .36 75 6 24
41 86 56 C E 39.4 CocaClEn 2.2 r CCE 37.00 .15 10 2.5m 16
13 4 28 E D+4.0 Codexis
CDXS 2.45 .01 68 83 ..k
66 76 56 B BNH CodrsVly 2.7 CVLY 17.50 +.05 +195 11 8
2 4 4 D C 32.0 CoeurMining CDE 12.91 +.83 +10 2.0m 13
10 15 23 D D9.1 CoffeeH 3.9 JVA 6.22 +.01 44 42 22
39 25 77 E B30.1 Cogent 1.8 CCOI 29.61 .10 19 210 ..
82 75 90 B B+ 52.5 Cognex .9 CGNX 51.60 .40 26 138 30
84 94 35 A B81.1 CognizantA r CTSH 71.01 +.06 53 1.8m 18
58 52 60 C B 3.2 CogoGrp
COGO 2.40 .14 +48 103 5
63 79 45 A D+44.4 CohenSt 2.2 CNS 36.28 .54 26 96 20
.. .. 25 .. E 27.6 C&SLtPr 7.5 LDP 24.84 .18 44 65 ..
.. .. 29 .. D+21.2 Cohen&St 6.4 MIE 19.84 .09 6 38 99
.. .. 22 .. E 29.6 Cohen&St 8.0 PSF 25.64 .08 57 24 ..k
.. .. 23 .. C+ 16.9 CohenSt 6.5 RFI 13.52 .03 54 13 ..k
.. .. 34 .. B13.9 CohSClo 8.0 FOF 13.03 .06 41 52 ..k
.. .. 33 .. C 15.9 CohStDiv 6.3 DVM 14.59 .13 40 22 ..k
.. .. 39 .. B 44.9 CohStGRl 7.0 GRI 41.11 .03 79 4 ..k
.. .. 35 .. E 21.9 CohStIn 7.3 UTF 19.71 .21 55 112 ..k
.. .. 31 .. C 13.1 CohStrQ 6.5 RQI 11.11 ... 58 167 ..k
.. .. 36 .. B12.1 CohStGl 10 INB 10.96 .18 2 79 ..k
.. .. 26 .. C 19.9 CohStRE 6.9 RNP 17.41 .02 45 101 ..k
68 70 78 C B+ NH Coherent .0 COHR 61.97 .04 26 53 19k
36 7 88 E B 13.4 Cohu
1.8 COHU 13.18 .08 +25 87 ..
4 35 6 E E 5.9 CldwtrC .0 CWTR 2.50 +.22 +12 227 ..o
46 71 36 B .. 11.7 ColeRea 6.3 COLE 11.03 .14 10 9.8m 58k
94 99 98 B A+NH ColemanC .7 CCIX 22.08 .03 22 127 13
86 77 88 A C 53.7 Colfax
CFX 51.82 .32 61 340 38
66 75 40 A D+62.7 ColgteP 2.3 CL 58.48 .34 8 3.1m 21
25 21 15 D B 7.5 Collabrx
CLRX 3.27 .05 +133 18 ..k
83 69 78 B A15.2 Collectrs 8.8 CLCT 14.83 +.36 29 45 19
28 50 36 E C+ 14.3 ColonialFncl COBK 13.55 +.05 97 0.1 ..k
.. .. 9 .. E 6.1 ColnHiI 6.9 CXE 4.66 .01 2 98 ..x
.. .. 14 .. D 3.3 Colonial 7.5 CIF 2.79 .04 +11 74 ..x
.. .. 20 .. B9.3 MFSIntr 4.9 CMK 8.14 .08 34 28 ..x
.. .. 10 .. C+ 11.5 ColInvG 6.1 CXH 8.95 .07 7 39 ..x
.. .. 9 .. E 5.4 ColMuni 6.6 CMU 4.26 .07 +40 116 ..x
31 34 48 D A25.0 ColonialP 3.4 CLP 24.37 +.13 69 448 ..
82 80 90 E C 7.5 Colony
CBAN 7.18 +.02 79 0.7 37k
34 66 28 B C 23.7 ColonyF 7.0 CLNY 20.01 .49 41 758 13
74 45 80 C A 25.6 Columbia 1.6 COLB 24.78 .20 38 131 19
.. .. 25 .. C 55.7 ColIntmd 2.7 GMMB 52.20 +1.30 +62 13 ..k
55 27 42 A A1.2 ColumLabs CBRX .73 .02 +105 842 14

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Earnings Per Share Growth Rating
Relative Price Strength Rating
Sales+Profit Margins+ROE
Accumulation/Distribution (3 mos)
52-wk

Dividend Stock Close

Vol% Vol P

6 6 6 6 6 High Stock % Yield Symbol Price Chg Chg 1000 E


.. .. 61 .. C 36.7 ColumSelLg .1 RWG 35.57 .10 13 1 ..k
.. .. 26 .. C 17.5 ColmbiaSe 12 STK 14.59 .23 +45 94 ..k
55 74 60 C D66.7 Columbia 1.4 COLM 62.80 .24 15 58 19
68 40 92 C B 24.2 ClmbMckn CMCO 24.02 .05 46 48 14
16 23 5 E B14.1 CombiMx .0 CBMX 3.05 +.01 87 54 ..k
80 90 63 B B+ 44.7 ComctA 1.8 CMCSA 43.99 .16 31 8.6m 22
71 90 62 B C 42.8 CmctSp 1.9 CMCSK 42.13 .26 40 1.3m 21
81 80 76 C B 43.0 Comerica 1.7 r CMA 40.86 .70 +36 2.9m 14o
63 45 86 D A16.3 Comfort 1.3 FIX 15.89 .02 34 89 36
29 57 27 E B+ 11.9 CommSys 6.3 JCS 10.13 +.08 +32 16 36k
14 55 27 D C 2.6 CommandSec MOC 1.46 .01 46 6 14k
63 59 70 B D+47.0 ComercB 2.0 CBSH 45.27 .98 20 361 15o
10 5 42 E C+ 17.5 CommcrlM 3.2 CMC 14.93 .03 59 518 23o
14 20 41 C C+ 9.8 ComVehicl CVGI 7.84 +.12 16 87 35
83 71 90 C B 51.3 CommtyH .0 CYH 48.50 +1.09 +53 1.7m 13
69 73 81 C B 25.3 Commnwl 4.2 CWH 23.89 +.31 74 411 61
39 16 56 B B4.0 CmTouchrs CTCH 3.16 +.07 77 10 31k
66 74 82 C E 19.6 CmtyBank 2.4 CBIN 18.08 .07 81 0.3 8k
87 78 87 D B 3.9 CmtyBnkrs ESXB 3.71 ... +63 61 16k
73 66 62 B A 32.8 CmtyBkSy 3.3 CBU 32.41 .18 14 123 15
81 61 63 B ANH CmtyTrst 3.2 CTBI 39.22 +.37 +52 44 13k
96 97 84 A B 88.17Comvault r CVLT 79.15 1.69 +10 563 53
27 46 27 C B 35.0 CompCer 1.6 CCU 28.70 .30 67 50 23k
45 76 19 A B 47.2 CompBeb 1.7 ABV 36.63 .75 60 1.4m 22
13 76 4 B E 16.4 CmpDeSan .0 SBS 10.11 .25 25 1.6m 7
18 89 10 .. B15.0 CompEner 8.6 CIG 8.94 .07 +1 2.8m 3o
68 69 66 C B 18.8 Compass 7.8 CODI 18.48 .14 +30 203 ..
38 29 64 B BNH Compass 2.4 CMP 90.16 .08 +46 214 29
48 87 27 D D57.3 Companh .1 CBD 46.19 .08 +15 583 21
1 3 2 E D7.2 ComphSi 4.9 SID 2.65 .09 8 5.5m ..
88 84 65 A D+25.7 Compres 8.1 GSJK 21.05 .41 40 10 15k
48 18 68 E B+ 6.6 Compgn
CGEN 5.39 .05 53 52 ..
77 95 35 A B 56.3 CmptrPr 3.8 CPSI 53.85 .15 39 52 18
54 40 83 C D+50.6 Compute 1.7 CSC 46.78 .86 25 1.3m 14
90 92 87 C C 26.1 Computer .8 CTG 25.49 .22 +20 88 27k
22 32 33 D D12.7 Compwr 4.8 CPWR 10.47 .02 +146 3.0m 38
17 33 42 D C 16.3 CompxIn 1.5 CIX 13.50 +.33 +193 8 46k
86 46 94 B A25.5 ComScore r SCOR 25.32 +.32 +55 310 32
30 16 94 E B3.7 Comstock
CHCI 2.66 .09 29 241 ..k
9 22 16 D E 3.4 ComstkMing LODE 1.92 +.02 +19 268 ..
9 2 37 E C 21.2 Comstck 2.9 r CRK 16.99 +.55 +53 1.3m ..
18 10 46 D A29.3 Comtch 4.0 r CMTL 27.57 .18 10 74 24o
44 67 51 .. BNH Comverse
CNSI 31.33 +.49 +105 144 99o
62 15 79 C A42.4 ConWay 1.0 CNW 40.72 1.32 4 723 26
85 84 70 B C+ 37.0 ConAgra 2.7 CAG 36.76 .13 42 2.0m 17o
35 53 29 B C+ 102 ConchoResrce CXO 86.30 .73 47 650 28
65 69 53 A B5.1 ConcMed
CCM 4.19 .07 80 2 8
55 2 81 D ANH ConcurTch CNQR 88.28 +.80 11 409 ..
89 80 90 E B+ 8.5 ConcrCp 6.2 CCUR 7.70 .15 +76 129 30o
56 58 50 C B 34.9 Conmed 1.8 CNMD 32.94 .11 52 56 18k
79 97 43 A C NH ConnectOne CNOB 31.20 .15 61 7 17k
98 73 98 B B59.3 Conns
CONN 58.48 +.13 5 495 30o
28 34 55 C B NH Conocph 4.2 COP 64.95 .31 +144 16m 11
57 58 45 A D19.1 ConsolC 8.7 CNSL 17.81 +.47 23 164 20
1 11 17 D D 37.4 ConsolE 1.7 CNX 28.60 +.53 +1 2.3m 32
32 63 30 C B+ 66.0 ConsEdi 4.1 ED 59.74 .31 36 1.3m 15
93 82 93 D A50.7 ConsGraphics CGX 49.64 +.02 8 36 14
81 84 87 B B+ 12.4 ConsWtr 2.5 CWCO 12.00 +.04 14 75 16k
66 47 75 B A 21.2 Constant
CTCT 17.59 +.04 47 134 33
40 20 85 E A 2.2 ConstlEP
CEP 1.92 .12 +35 50 ..k
21 1 80 .. .. 17.7 ConstellmA CSTM 17.18 +.08 66 224 99o
65 51 87 B C+ 54.6 ConstelatnsA STZ 52.39 +.14 16 1.7m 23o
65 52 87 B C+ 54.0 ConstellB
STZB 52.50 +.36 80 0.1 25
75 80 92 A D12.8 CnsmrPrt
CPSS 6.73 .28 24 124 15
8 2 15 C B 58.0 Contango .0 MCF 38.59 .33 54 28 ..o
36 57 44 D C 19.3 ContlMtrls CUO 14.86 +.10 91 0.1 6k
93 93 71 A B 94.0 ContintlResrce CLR 92.66 +.35 42 602 24
63 73 67 D BNH Converg 1.3 r CVG 19.13 ... +96 858 19
98 94 81 A A NH CooperC
.0 COO 125.1 2.00 16 304 22o
85 96 93 B C 34.8 CooperT 1.3 CTB 33.58 .12 58 1.0m 8
97 92 89 A B143 7CopaHld 3.2 CPA 137.9 +2.20 +3 363 16
52 57 48 A D38.3 Copart
.0 CPRT 31.85 .65 45 551 22o
24 34 14 E B 4.4 CorceptTh CORT 1.91 +.05 +57 217 ..
92 84 82 A C 158 CoreLabs .8 CLB 151.8 1.12 +91 454 32
82 66 83 D A65.9 CoreMrk 1.2 r CORE 65.25 +.27 25 46 20
37 44 67 C B 9.5 CoreMldng CMT 9.03 +.07 79 2 9k
65 93 44 A C+ 29.5 CoreLogic r CLGX 26.29 .10 +17 1.1m 15
15 14 31 C D 9.4 CorEnrgyI 6.5 CORR 7.68 .01 60 44 9
46 80 49 C C 38.6 Coresite 3.2 COR 33.42 +.24 53 133 99
29 8 52 D B 3.0 CorinthColl COCO 2.54 .01 13 1.0m 9o
52 25 97 .. C 1.3 CorMedix CRMD .93 .04 +50 158 ..k
69 27 92 D B46.3 Cornerstone CSOD 44.37 .90 +83 810 ..
.. .. 26 .. D6.3 CornstP
18 CFP 5.44 .09 24 341 ..k
.. .. 31 .. E 8.1 Cornrst 17 CLM 7.09 .06 58 78 ..k
91 77 82 A B10.4 CornerTh
CRTX 8.26 ... 63 34 10
.. .. 42 .. D7.1 CrnstTo 16 CRF 6.64 .02 65 45 ..k
53 59 61 B B16.4 Corning 2.7 GLW 15.02 .07 40 6.8m 11
40 28 61 .. B12.7 CoronadBios CNDO 8.21 .40 +32 527 ..
25 81 9 B C 22.8 Corpban 2.7 BCA 16.25 .22 65 14 12
97 81 82 A BNH 7CorpExec 1.3 CEB 66.85 .49 +7 133 25
13 24 42 E D+30.0 CorpOff 4.0 OFC 27.58 +.07 +8 659 ..
43 88 50 C D 39.9 Corrctns 5.8 CXW 32.89 .32 50 804 18
92 90 87 B A34.3 Corvel .0 r CRVL 31.72 +.28 +137 131 26k
23 49 26 B C+ 21.6 CosanA 1.7 CZZ 16.08 .41 54 462 14
11 10 13 E C 3.9 Cosi
.0 COSI 2.44 +.06 4 118 ..
53 18 79 B A18.7 Costsma 5.9 CMRE 18.29 .17 23 95 14
98 90 91 A A139 CostarGrp CSGP 136.7 +.19 34 77 76
73 90 67 C B116 Costco 1.1 COST 116.5 +.64 25 1.3m 25o
4 38 16 D C 11.3 Cott
2.8 COT 8.21 +.01 +11 438 18
52 80 32 E .. 17.7 CotyA
COTY 17.32 +.14 89 502 ..
13 20 7 D D+3.4 Counterpath CPAH 1.70 +.00 84 0.5 99k
35 94 17 .. D8.9 CntryStylCkg CCSC 6.35 ... 94 2 15k
43 41 58 D C NH Courier 5.6 r CRRC 14.97 +.05 42 22 15k
63 80 63 C B 11.3 CousinsP 1.7 CUZ 10.53 .24 +12 1.0m 14k
84 66 84 C B80.5 Covance
CVD 79.11 .47 33 230 27
27 8 50 D C 21.3 Covanta 3.2 CVA 20.44 +.01 11 864 52
70 22 84 D A+7.5 CovenantTr CVTI 6.79 .60 +94 126 20k
44 50 37 D B1.7 CoverAllTec COVR 1.33 +.06 +7 24 ..k
51 72 31 A D+68.8 Covidien 1.7 r COV 60.07 +.23 +6 2.8m 13
49 31 66 E B 3.3 CowenGpn r COWN 3.09 .01 +48 915 ..
66 61 56 B B 12.7 CPIAero
CVU 10.79 .19 83 11 8k
49 23 79 D A+10.0 CraftBrwAll BREW 9.69 .29 +278 162 99
88 77 88 B A 64.7 Crane
1.8 CR 63.46 .44 28 184 16
90 96 80 B B 6.0 Crawfor 2.7 CRDA 5.85 +.03 61 13 5k
80 96 65 B C 8.6 Crawfor 1.8 CRDB 6.83 +.02 16 60 6k
42 15 86 B C 23.6 Cray
CRAY 21.48 +.23 +3 360 5
.. .. 59 .. A 31.0 CDCush3 4.8 MLPN 30.12 .50 38 117 99o
23 74 11 A E 167 Credico 2.2 BAP 119.0 .05 46 210 12
78 97 56 A D 128 CreditAcpt CACC 110.7 +.99 34 37 12k
.. .. 20 .. D4.3 CrSuis
7.5 CIK 3.74 +.03 +69 346 ..k
.. .. 42 .. .. NH CredSCmdBnc CSCB 20.64 +.37 +300 4 99
.. .. 10 .. D 31.7 CredSuiss 8.8 GLDI 15.47 +.04 50 7 99
45 55 62 D D 30.4 CreditSu .4 CS 28.38 +.11 73 349 10
.. .. 41 .. C 23.5 CSLgShLiq CSLS 23.13 +.32 +543 19 99
.. .. 38 .. B 21.1 CrdtSuisMrg CSMA 20.63 .07 +17 9 99
.. .. 36 .. E 20.5 CrdSssMkNu CSMN 20.12 .07 +281 8 99
.. .. 45 .. E 21.7 CrdSssMgAr CSMB 20.15 +.24 +157 8 99
.. .. 14 .. E 22.0 CrdSuisS 14 SLVO 17.12 +.07 +40 12 99
.. .. 20 .. D3.5 CredtSw 10 DHY 3.01 .04 9 613 ..k

IBD Composite Rating


Earnings Per Share Growth Rating
Relative Price Strength Rating
Sales+Profit Margins+ROE
Accumulation/Distribution (3 mos)
52-wk

6 6 6 6 6 High
98 93 98 B B70.6
46 41 43 D A5.6
47 7 55 B A+29.1
7 16 20 E C 9.9
19 20 54 E B 4.0
12 29 20 E B 5.2
80 75 53 A C+ 18.6
88 82 94 C ANH
27 9 64 E B+ 6.2
7 17 18 B C+ 40.0
7 4 4 E C 4.8
31 1 84 E C 21.8
33 1 74 E B 22.1
42 8 52 B A81.2
54 54 67 C A6.6
44 83 53 .. B44.3
86 38 84 A B+ 2.7
2 5 1 E D3.6
81 49 77 C A+7.6
3 9 14 E C+ 1.1
61 53 66 B B 24.3
35 70 48 B E 26.4
43 58 30 B A32.3
33 32 49 D A 5.5
97 71 97 A B+ 35.3
67 55 92 D B+ 14.7
43 52 69 D C 17.7
68 73 53 B C 52.5
12 49 6 E A0.5
65 36 66 B B56.7
70 57 67 B B72.8
76 87 87 C B18.7
71 91 39 C B+ 6.9
28 43 59 C D122
60 16 85 D B NH
31 20 37 D B+ 5.4
.. .. 36 .. B136
.. .. 17 .. E 106
.. .. 26 .. C 161
.. .. 26 .. E 102
.. .. 17 .. B 127
.. .. 31 .. B 158
.. .. 31 .. D+108
85 67 73 C ANH
.. .. 26 .. D9.7
.. .. 32 .. B+ 26.0
.. .. 17 .. C+ 24.4
93 95 72 B B+ 18.0
32 63 35 D B14.1
.. .. 17 .. E 20.8
47 51 56 C D 13.0
10 20 20 E C 12.6
65 86 63 C C+ 61.3
13 3 25 D B15.1
95 80 67 A B+ 6.8
95 95 60 A A56.7
4 20 21 E C 8.4
16 17 3 E B8.2
69 80 47 B B 30.2
35 32 42 C B13.4
14 3 28 D B 24.8
64 55 50 B B 79.6
86 44 99 D A 14.3
19 39 21 E B+ 4.9
27 62 8 E D 5.1

Dividend Stock Close


Vol% Vol P
Stock % Yield Symbol Price Chg Chg 1000 E

Cree
CREE.68.75 1.10 25 1.5m 58
CrescentFncl CRFN 4.69 .01 81 19 58k
Crestwo 7.3 CMLP 27.84 .02 +24 241 71
Cresud 5.7 CRESY 7.76 .07 45 46 23
Crexendo 2.6 EXE 3.07 .02 81 2 ..k
CrimsnEx
CXPO 3.27 +.04 27 81 ..k
Crocs
CROX 16.69 .02 +40 1.5m 10
Cross AT
ATX 18.02 +.53 +274 101 25k
CrossCntry CCRN 5.66 .04 24 60 ..
CrosTim 8.8 CRT 27.06 +.03 35 9 12k
CrossrdsSys CRDS 1.92 .02 38 18 ..
Crosstex 2.3 XTXI 21.06 .47 18 186 ..
Crosstx 6.2 XTEX 21.39 .56 9 467 ..
CrownCstle
CCI 76.35 1.01 23 2.0m 99
Crowncr 5.0 CRWS 6.36 ... +48 44 12k
CrownHldg
CCK 42.29 .33 3 899 14
CrwnMdia CRWN 2.50 +.01 45 132 13k
CrmbsBkShp CRMB 1.06 .04 37 17 ..k
Cryolife 1.5 r CRY 7.29 .31 +97 152 21
CrystalRk CRVP .88 +.01 26 3 ..
CSGSys 2.6 CSGS 23.42 .22 64 65 10
CSX
2.4 r CSX 24.64 +.30 1 7.1m 13
CTWtrSe 3.3 CTWS 29.69 +.07 22 30 19k
Ctpartners
CTP 4.27 .01 83 0.5 71k
Ctrip
CTRP 33.86 .05 47 1.4m 27
CTS
1.0 r CTS 14.53 +.05 59 50 20
Cubesma 2.6 CUBE 17.03 +.04 60 409 ..
Cubic
.5 CUB 51.50 .21 53 70 15o
CubicEn
QBC .20 .10 +398 572 ..
CubistPhar CBST 52.70 1.05 44 599 24
CullenF 2.9 CFR 69.49 .86 18 341 18
Culp
.9 CFI 18.60 .03 8 34 16
CumbPh
CPIX 5.46 ... 66 31 15
Cummins 2.2 r CMI 116.0 1.30 19 1.4m 15
Cumuls
CMLS 3.97 +.11 +33 524 ..k
Curis
CRIS 3.79 .10 40 281 ..
CurrshrsEuro FXE 130.4 +.97 53 266 ..
CurrShA 2.6 FXA 92.63 +1.46 31 210 ..
CurrShBrt
FXB 149.6 +.50 83 10 ..
CurrShC
.1 FXC 95.89 +.40 34 74 ..
CurrJpn
FXY 98.83 +.71 76 202 ..
CurrShS
.5 FXS 151.1 +2.03 +89 5 ..
CurrShSws
FXF 104.5 +1.01 45 23 ..
CurtsWr 1.0 CW 39.40 +.02 8 120 19
CushTRt 11 SRV 7.96 ... 22 117 ..
CushingR 6.8 SZC 24.26 .07 45 13 ..
CushingRo 10 SRF 18.99 .10 20 20 ..
CustomrsBnc CUBI 17.49 .01 +87 447 14
Cutera
CUTR 9.55 +.07 70 56 ..
CutwaterSe 5.8 CSI 18.22 .17 37 21 ..k
CVBFncl 3.2 CVBF 12.57 .08 +21 554 16
CVDEquip
CVV 10.14 .02 68 11 ..k
CVSCare 1.5 r CVS 60.89 +.24 30 3.4m 17
Cyan
CYNI 10.63 .04 75 74 ..k
Cyanotech CYAN 5.98 .20 63 5 8k
Cyberonics r CYBX 53.28 .20 30 233 30o
Cyberoptic CYBE 5.87 .01 +5 10 ..k
Cyclacel .0 CYCC 3.40 +.03 43 206 ..
Cynosure CYNO 26.85 +.19 24 206 31
Cypress 3.8 CY 11.60 +.16 +25 3.1m 25
CyrusOne 2.9 CONE 21.72 .19 62 111 ..
CytecInd .6 r CYT 77.13 .54 24 487 24
Cytokin .0 CYTK 13.70 +.19 18 572 ..
Cytori
CYTX 2.70 .03 +5 235 ..
CytRx
.0 CYTR 2.44 ... 31 131 ..

D
56 57 71 D B58.5 DCPMids 5.2 DPM 54.02 1.48 +55 439 30
34 51 53 D C+ 8.5 DCTIndu 3.7 DCT 7.64 .11 +22 5.7m ..
32 55 46 D B19.5 DDR
3.1 r DDR 17.57 +.19 +30 5.7m ..
22 48 17 B C+ 20.5 DFCGlobal DLLR 14.49 .02 43 214 7o
5 9 13 E B 8.5 DHTHld 1.8 DHT 4.43 .06 1 27 ..
18 58 13 E B1.5 DLHHldngs DLHC .85 ... 40 4 ..
15 12 3 D C 4.0 DSHealthcr DSKX 2.00 +.01 +731 48 ..k
91 88 74 B A79.6 DSW
1.3 DSW 78.17 .30 25 309 23o
55 76 46 C B+ 73.3 DTEEner 3.8 DTE 69.56 .25 47 598 16
.. .. 12 .. E 19.2 DTFTxF 5.8 DTF 14.53 .01 8 24 ..k
52 11 81 C B+ 25.2 DTS
DTSI 23.29 .19 33 55 99
.. .. 18 .. C 9.3 DWSGlbHi 6.9 LBF 8.01 +.03 14 17 ..k
.. .. 16 .. D11.0 DWSHiInc 8.2 KHI 9.24 .07 18 36 ..
.. .. 18 .. E 16.5 DWSHIO 8.0 DHG 14.23 .20 0 56 ..k
.. .. 15 .. D 12.0 DWSMult 8.4 KMM 10.03 ... 4 98 ..
.. .. 9 .. E 15.5 DWSMuni 6.8 KTF 12.34 .07 17 108 ..
.. .. 13 .. D+16.1 DWSStInc 8.7 KST 13.07 +.11 +131 52 ..
.. .. 9 .. E 16.0 DWSStMu 7.2 KSM 12.86 .06 +51 57 ..
92 89 80 A C+ 76.9 DXPEntrp DXPE 68.68 .35 32 61 19
17 40 22 C B1.7 Daegis
DAEG 1.06 .08 +57 16 6
69 77 71 C B12.5 Daktron 2.1 DAKT 11.25 .06 35 75 21o
57 11 89 C B+ 21.8 DanaHlg 1.0 r DAN 20.40 .22 18 1.8m 12
73 71 67 B A69.0 Danaher .1 DHR 68.07 .33 17 2.5m 21
43 17 77 B B 4.7 Danaos
DAC 4.35 +.08 63 10 8k
43 14 96 E B 16.7 DagoEne .0 DQ 9.10 ... 19 72 ..
26 52 13 E D+1.4 DARA
DARA .69 +.05 +176 659 ..k
40 43 33 B D57.9 DardenR 4.4 DRI 50.34 .81 24 1.0m 15o
67 74 71 C B NH Darling
DAR 20.41 +.04 12 618 18
48 35 77 E A 2.9 DataIO
DAIO 2.24 +.03 +243 36 ..k
91 87 79 B C+ 12.6 Datalink
DTLK 11.71 +.05 +8 46 13
61 29 98 E B+ NH Dataram .0 DRAM 5.50 +.72 +999 460 ..k
91 79 88 A A20.8 Datawatch DWCH 19.21 +.23 14 22 42k
75 89 38 A B131 DaVita
DVA 118.0 2.30 +19 1.1m 18
78 60 92 E B+ NH DawsnGeo DWSN 39.95 .15 24 37 27
.. .. 37 .. A25.0 dbXtrs10 .4 TDD 22.86 +.25 56 0.4 ..
.. .. 55 .. B+ 26.3 dbXtrs20 1.1 TDH 25.50 +.10 97 0.1 ..
.. .. 76 .. B+ 28.0 dbXtrs30 1.8 TDN 27.99 +1.41 2 8 ..
.. .. 61 .. B+ NH dbXtrk4 1.9 TDV 25.74 +.65 55 3 ..
.. .. 39 .. B28.6 dbXtrkIn .5 TDX 26.25 +.54 89 0.1 ..
.. .. 55 .. C 29.4 dbXtrkM 2.8 DBEF 24.94 .14 72 35 ..o
.. .. 22 .. E 34.2 dbXtrkM 2.7 DBEM 20.63 .02 82 5 ..
.. .. 83 .. B 42.0 dbXtrkM 2.5 DBJP 35.42 .65 +61 236 ..o
.. .. 10 .. D21.0 dbXtrkM 8.6 DBBR 16.14 +.06 60 5 ..
.. .. 32 .. C+ 25.0 DbXtrac 5.2 DBGR 22.44 +.15 +14 3 ..
.. .. 14 .. D 16.3 DEInvCO 5.2 VCF 13.32 .04 76 3 ..k
.. .. 42 .. D 9.5 DEInv
7.0 DDF 8.95 .08 41 19 ..
.. .. 12 .. E 16.8 DEInvMN 5.3 VMM 13.09 +.03 77 10 ..k
.. .. 12 .. E 15.1 DelaNatl 5.9 VFL 12.30 +.02 5 18 ..k
99 84 83 B A38.67DealerTrackTRAK 37.75 .15 +31 273 32
88 73 88 C B+ 10.7 DeanFds
DF 10.55 +.18 37 6.0m 7
62 39 75 B B 60.3 Deckers
r DECK 57.71 +.31 +63 1.1m 16
45 85 35 A D 95.6 Deere
2.4 DE 83.96 .46 9 3.1m 10o
46 87 39 C C 3.0 DehaierM DHRM 1.97 .03 85 5 2k
8 12 26 E A0.3 DejourEnergy DEJ .20 ... 46 186 ..k
93 52 89 B A23.2 DelFrisco's DFRG 21.28 1.31 +216 378 25
.. .. 29 .. C 13.0 DEEnhG 7.7 DEX 11.70 .09 14 63 ..
9 49 1 E E 2.4 Delcath
DCTH .38 ... 78 371 ..
84 95 81 B D 36.07DelekLog 4.8 DKL 32.15 .55 60 22 17
33 78 37 B E 41.5 DelekUS 2.1 r DK 28.38 .17 24 597 5
29 2 75 E B+ 1.6 dELIAs
DLIA 1.36 +.06 24 234 ..
23 31 40 C C+ 14.6 Dell
2.5 DELL 13.02 .13 +202 62m 8o
78 39 92 C B+ 55.4 DelphiA 1.3 r DLPH 54.00 1.00 +6 2.3m 14
79 86 93 .. C 19.7 DeltaAir 1.2 r DAL 19.29 .15 45 5.5m 9

EXPANDED DATA TABLES

INVESTOR'S BUSINESS DAILY


IBD Composite Rating
Earnings Per Share Growth Rating
Relative Price Strength Rating
Sales+Profit Margins+ROE
Accumulation/Distribution (3 mos)
52-wk

Dividend Stock Close

Vol% Vol P

6 6 6 6 6 High Stock % Yield Symbol Price Chg Chg 1000 E


22 17 50 E B17.8 Delta
r DLA 16.16 +.31 8 37 12
46 66 60 D C+ 24.8 DeltaNG 3.0 DGAS 24.23 +.98 +64 30 22
46 80 33 B B74.0 DelticT
.6 DEL 65.11 1.30 10 27 52k
58 73 58 A C 42.5 Deluxe
2.6 DLX 37.98 +.58 15 299 10
59 98 5 B B12.5 DemandMed DMD 6.80 ... 12 539 16
69 2 95 D A 47.7 Demandwre DWRE 46.16 1.07 40 205 ..
.. .. 64 .. B 20.8 DenaliFd .2 DNY 19.81 +.04 45 2 ..k
28 24 44 B C+ 19.7 DenbryRes DNR 17.80 +.06 +45 6.6m 12
17 17 17 E B7.2 Dendreon DNDN 4.52 .05 35 2.8m ..
18 55 25 E A1.7 DenisnMngn DNN 1.27 +.07 2 717 ..
75 85 64 .. B+ 6.2 Dennys
r DENN 5.99 +.07 59 271 23
43 64 44 A D44.2 Dentsply .6 XRAY 42.02 +.02 10 795 19
59 48 48 D A7.2 Depomed DEPO 6.24 +.04 10 424 ..
50 4 75 D B+ 14.9 DermaSci
DSCI 14.01 .01 +52 52 ..
74 42 78 C B 11.9 DescSys
DSGX 11.49 +.31 80 5 67
63 29 94 E A+7.1 DestinatnXL DXLG 6.94 .07 +47 282 38o
84 95 89 C B30.3 DestMtr 2.6 DEST 29.38 .04 25 54 16
2 7 19 E E 2.9 Deswell 8.3 DSWL 2.40 +.02 43 7 ..
16 37 49 E C+ 53.1 Deutsch 2.2 DB 44.07 .26 55 672 43
7 13 33 D E 64.0 DevonEn 1.6 DVN 56.19 +.09 33 2.0m 19
68 58 67 C B34.5 DeVry 1.0 r DV 32.67 .65 +17 528 11
37 20 97 D B23.9 DexMedia DXM 16.52 +.10 33 290 ..
67 50 94 D B 24.4 DexCom
DXCM 22.78 .79 38 376 ..
66 81 42 A B127 Diageo 2.3 DEO 121.4 .60 37 348 19
75 72 88 E A+NH DimdFds .8 DMND 22.24 .28 38 232 57o
91 76 82 A A 93.8 DiamHill 8.5 DHIL 93.60 +.66 +155 44 16k
31 45 42 B B+ 76.9 DiamndOf .7 DO 70.55 1.44 +82 1.6m 13
68 33 96 C B+ 38.1 DiamondbackFANG 37.71 +.44 58 213 ..k
41 64 39 D B 10.6 Dmndroc 3.5 DRH 9.81 +.07 39 965 ..
11 3 10 B D6.5 DianaCo 27 DCIX 4.42 .01 75 107 23
27 15 77 D C 11.1 DianaShpg
DSX 10.01 .08 70 262 26
69 64 43 A C 10.4 Dice
DHX 9.56 .02 45 153 16
67 87 43 B C+ 54.3 DicksSp 1.0 DKS 50.59 .38 12 1.1m 19
23 26 48 C C+ 37.1 Diebold 3.4 DBD 33.95 .20 +35 784 26
16 38 48 E D11.3 Digi
DGII 10.18 +.03 12 45 40k
48 73 32 C C+ 28.1 Digimrc 2.0 r DMRC 22.02 .29 37 12 37k
23 38 47 E D+2.7 Digirad
r DRAD 2.45 ... 13 63 ..k
63 69 98 E C+ 9.3 DigtlAl .0 DGLY 7.55 .07 +71 12 21k
38 1 47 D B6.4 DigitlCinema DCIN 6.24 ... 66 2 ..
9 20 16 E B+ 12.8 DigtlGenr
DGIT 7.98 +.28 +10 535 ..
11 50 11 E C+ 1.5 DigitlPwr
DPW .69 +.08 +162 24 ..k
40 79 15 B B 80.6 Digital
4.9 DLR 63.87 +.22 48 995 44
53 36 85 D B 19.8 DigtllRiver r DRIV 19.69 +.28 25 198 18
90 41 90 B A 32.8 DigitlGlobe
DGI 32.45 +.03 38 548 ..
59 98 55 C D 94.9 Dillards .2 r DDS 82.29 1.28 2 433 11
76 73 71 B B+ NH DimeCty 3.3 DCOM 17.13 .07 14 82 12k
65 58 69 C C 78.4 Dineequ 4.2 r DIN 71.25 .65 67 42 17
94 77 93 C B28.2 Diodes
DIOD 27.91 +.08 +3 403 44
73 98 75 .. B 65.9 DirecTV
r DTV 65.04 .21 44 2.2m 13
.. .. 80 .. B+ 71.6 Direxn20Bear TMV 66.77 .69 52 279 ..
.. .. 4 .. D92.5 Dirxn20
.5 TMF 51.61 +.50 63 48 ..
.. .. 51 .. C+ 29.7 DX20+TrBr1x TYBS 29.06 .08 54 3 ..k
.. .. 14 .. D 45.5 Direxn7 .0 TYD 37.58 +.28 47 3 ..
.. .. 55 .. B 26.5 Direxn710Br TYO 25.13 .12 90 3 ..
.. .. 40 .. B 34.5 DX7/10TB1x TYNS 33.82 .30 90 0.1 ..k
.. .. 57 .. C 52.4 DXAlCp 1.4 KNOW 51.68 .27 95 0.1 ..k
.. .. 68 .. B39.1 DXBMtBll3x MATL 34.59 .94 47 2 ..k
.. .. 96 .. A 86.4 DirexBzlBr3x BRZS 72.45 +2.56 +176 9 99
.. .. 1 .. D42.2 DirexBzlBll3 BRZU 19.39 .36 +607 43 99
.. .. 5 .. C 32.3 DxDvMktBr3x DPK 12.33 +.02 39 27 ..
.. .. 6 .. .. 41.2 DirxDlyJpnB3 JPNS 30.50 +.56 89 0.5 99
.. .. 90 .. .. 52.4 DirxDlyJpnB3 JPNL 51.15 1.20 48 4 99
.. .. 13 .. C+ 45.7 DXDlySKrBll KORU 35.59 .55 14 1 99
.. .. 3 .. A22.5 DXDSp5Br3x SPXS 9.51 +.11 46 2.2m ..
.. .. 91 .. D48.4 DXDSp5B .0 SPXL 47.25 .58 +15 2.3m ..
.. .. 85 .. D77.0 DirxEnBull
ERX 69.92 1.39 37 375 ..
.. .. 2 .. B+ 99 DxFinlBear3x FAZ 29.30 +.37 47 4.1m ..
.. .. 96 .. E NH DirxFin
.0 FAS 72.41 .89 35 5.4m ..
.. .. 98 .. B 166 DxGldMB3 DUST 95.0118.41 +19 951 ..
.. .. 1 .. E 97.1 DxGldMnrBl3NUGT 6.51 +.93 +60 27m ..
.. .. 94 .. C 105 DXHlthcr .0 CURE 100.9 1.53 59 12 ..
.. .. 8 .. D24.8 DirxIndi .1 INDL 15.32 +.28 +54 116 ..
.. .. 2 .. D 75.2 DxMcBear3x MIDZ 26.31 +.53 43 15 ..
.. .. 67 .. C+ 47.4 DXNs100 1.1 QQQE 47.35 .09 85 0.3 ..k
.. .. 6 .. C 21.0 DrxNatgs3Br GASX 11.26 .17 43 77 ..
.. .. 32 .. B 35.6 DirxNtgs3Bll GASL 22.65 +.29 71 38 ..
.. .. 95 .. B63.5 DirxRetai .0 RETL 61.61 .62 50 6 ..k
.. .. 15 .. D+32.0 DXRussBr3x RUSS 16.86 .53 65 20 ..
.. .. 15 .. C 41.2 DXRusBull3x RUSL 24.40 +.80 42 41 ..
.. .. 57 .. C 50.9 DXSP500 1.5 VSPY 50.44 .24 +200 6 ..k
.. .. 2 .. C 81.4 DxScBear3x TZA 26.13 +.38 42 9.1m ..
.. .. 1 .. B52.3 DxSmiBear3xSOXS 13.40 .13 26 297 ..
.. .. 13 .. D 33.9 DXTtMkBr1x TOTS 25.61 +.11 85 0.2 ..k
.. .. 3 .. B+ 67.5 DirxEnBear ERY 28.03 +.57 28 415 ..
.. .. 93 .. ANH DirMCBu .0 MIDU 62.81 1.33 20 66 ..
.. .. 4 .. D90.8 DirChiBear YANG 41.92 .44 27 8 ..
.. .. 63 .. B+ 21.7 DirxChiBull YINN 18.31 +.14 +157 313 ..
.. .. 2 .. D42.4 DirLatB
.2 LBJ 20.67 .40 29 17 ..
.. .. 8 .. C+ 26.3 DirREBear
DRV 13.96 +.03 15 248 ..
.. .. 53 .. B66.9 DirREBu .0 DRN 49.72 .04 29 365 ..
.. .. 96 .. E 58.0 DirxSCB .0 TNA 56.90 .83 19 8.7m ..
95 76 79 A B+ NH DiscoveryC r DISCK 76.23 .01 48 284 29
89 89 77 A B51.3 Discover 1.6 r DFS 49.64 .64 +3 3.8m 10
92 76 81 A C 86.3 DiscoveryA r DISCA 84.33 .11 37 867 32
97 76 81 A A NH DiscCmB r DISCB 84.50 .52 71 0.2 32k
22 35 6 E B3.5 DiscvyLabs DSCO 1.70 ... 68 208 ..
39 30 81 .. B+ 45.0 DishNet .0 DISH 44.64 +.19 +5 2.8m 21
7 5 19 E C 6.9 Diversi 4.4 DVCR 5.00 +.00 +39 7 ..k
50 10 80 D B8.6 DivrsRestau BAGR 7.31 .24 41 45 ..k
.. .. 56 .. B+ 16.9 Div&Inco
9 DNI 16.38 .08 +19 48 ..k
55 35 97 D C+ 9.4 DixieGroup DXYN 8.04 +.02 53 26 99k
.. .. 25 .. D 11.6 DNPSlct 7.8 DNP 10.04 .06 45 243 ..k
2 27 3 E D4.6 DocSecurty DSS 1.82 +.02 +23 519 ..
9 22 4 D B 6.3 DolanCo
DM 2.00 .04 55 168 5
52 47 51 B B35.9 DolbyLab .0 DLB 33.83 .47 16 367 13
25 10 75 E B+ 15.2 DoleFoodn r DOLE 12.73 .15 65 603 50
69 90 46 B C+ 55.8 DollarGnn r DG 53.90 .06 59 1.5m 17o
89 96 67 A B 55.0 DollarT .0 DLTR 53.17 .34 +8 1.9m 20o
22 49 27 C D17.0 DominionDiam DDC 13.92 .09 +142 674 60o
37 63 44 B C 61.9 Dominio 3.8 r D 59.44 .28 54 1.5m 19
9 21 23 B B7.0 DmRsBW 12 DOM 4.60 .03 83 7 8
90 96 92 .. C+ NH 7Dominos 1.3 r DPZ 63.16 .45 46 519 29
12 34 15 D E 87.1 Domtar 3.2 UFS 69.11 .29 0 366 12
48 68 50 B C+ 39.4 Donalds 1.4 DCI 37.58 .17 50 258 22o
22 34 31 D D+16.5 DoneglA 3.5 DGICA 14.37 +.12 54 11 20k
51 69 67 E B31.0 DoralFn
.0 DRL 20.48 +1.95 +127 123 ..k
37 42 51 B D 25.7 Dorches 6.3 DMLP 25.15 +.05 44 19 20k
99 91 91 A A+47.2 Dorman .0 DORM 45.52 .97 +43 224 23
58 2 99 E A+3.0 DotHill
HILL 2.82 .04 +66 460 ..k
11 45 5 B D6.2 DoubleEagle DBLE 3.67 .03 67 7 2
.. .. 17 .. E 25.5 Doubleln 8.1 DSL 22.36 +.05 35 227 99
.. .. 22 .. D+28.4 Doublelin 8.0 DBL 25.14 .01 42 56 ..k
33 66 43 E C 15.7 Douglas 5.7 PLOW 14.50 ... 16 55 45
32 74 39 D C+ 28.6 Douglas 2.8 DEI 25.80 .30 21 758 99
73 68 79 B C NH Dover
1.7 r DOV 80.17 .54 11 963 17
3 24 2 E E 3.0 DoverDG 5.7 DDE 1.41 .04 25 29 20k
67 26 84 B A 2.2 DoverMot 1.8 DVD 2.19 .01 95 1 16k
44 80 36 C D+4.6 DoverSad DOVR 3.99 ... 97 0.1 22k

IBD Composite Rating


Earnings Per Share Growth Rating
Relative Price Strength Rating
Sales+Profit Margins+ROE
Accumulation/Distribution (3 mos)
52-wk

6 6 6 6 6 High
.. .. 51 .. C+ 12.7
.. .. 47 .. C 16.1
45 91 50 D D+36.0
51 80 38 B B 27.8
46 79 39 B C+ 50.4
86 76 64 A B39.3
53 17 89 D A 3.7
17 95 9 .. C+ 8.6
43 11 83 E B26.9
84 78 69 B B 66.3
83 54 81 B B+ 42.4
.. .. 23 .. D4.6
.. .. 6 .. D 15.2
.. .. 9 .. E 11.9
.. .. 9 .. E 9.9
.. .. 12 .. D10.3
84 70 78 A B+ 96.3
.. .. 80 .. D+62.3
.. .. 34 .. B 84.1
.. .. 10 .. C 38.8
.. .. 97 .. D NH
.. .. 5 .. B+ 58.0
.. .. 77 .. D+66.8
20 25 24 D B 2.7
71 80 84 E B8.8
55 59 54 B D+72.4
73 48 94 C B26.7
.. .. 38 .. C 21.1
.. .. 11 .. E 12.8
42 54 36 A B75.5
20 60 42 E D 18.8
72 67 82 .. A108
96 94 76 A C+ 45.0
27 36 53 B D57.3
40 84 25 B C+ 28.4
17 2 17 .. B10.6
24 9 22 C B+ 1.9
55 21 73 .. A 4.5
96 62 89 B B 25.2
24 17 62 D B18.9
9 23 13 E C+ 7.3
2 7 5 E C+ 1.9
15 63 18 E D4.2
6 12 1 E C 5.1
28 49 40 D C 25.2
39 70 31 A D+11.1

Dividend Stock Close


Vol% Vol P
Stock % Yield Symbol Price Chg Chg 1000 E

Dow30En 7.0 DPO 12.49 .11 33 84 ..k


Dow30Pr 6.9 DPD 15.27 .07 7 38 ..k
DowChm 3.8 r DOW 33.97 .43 1 6.0m 17
DRHorton .7 DHI.21.70 .02 +11 8.0m 21
DrPepper 3.2 DPS 47.31 .19 46 649 15
DrRedyL .6 RDY 39.01 .24 +50 350 20
Dragonwve DRWI 3.15 +.26 +104 409 ..o
Drdgold 3.5 DRD 5.49 +.17 5 95 5o
Dreamworks DWA 25.04 1.60 +53 1.2m ..
DresserRand DRC 63.48 .42 +5 609 25
DrewInd .0 DW 41.31 .53 31 85 25k
DreyfHi 10 DHF 4.17 .01 69 109 ..k
DryMnBd 6.5 DMB 11.56 .31 +112 95 99x
Dreyfus 7.1 DMF 8.93 +.03 +18 58 ..k
DryfStr 7.4 DSM 7.73 .07 +5 151 ..
DryfStr 7.2 LEO 8.10 .05 14 187 ..k
DrilQuip
DRQ 94.52 .16 19 311 30
DirxDMB .2 DZK 53.84 .16 79 3 ..
DirxEMBear EDZ 54.32 .36 45 333 ..
DirxEMB .0 EDC 25.05 +.24 23 585 ..
DrxSOXBll SOXL 53.90 +.44 13 192 ..
DirxTcBear TECS 31.28 .08 56 20 ..
DirxTcBull TECL 65.43 +.26 13 84 ..
DryShip
DRYS 1.92 .01 59 1.9m ..o
DSPGroup DSPG 8.66 +.05 10 53 43k
DSTSyst 1.7 r DST 68.96 .82 6 252 17
Ducmmun
DCO 23.44 +.51 50 65 15
D&PGlob 7.3 DPG 19.29 .01 53 70 ..k
DuffPhU 8.0 DUC 10.46 .02 34 47 ..k
DukeEne 4.4 DUK 70.49 .52 36 2.3m 16
DukeRlty 4.1 DRE 16.71 +.05 33 1.7m ..
DunBrad 1.5 r DNB 106.2 .45 21 382 15
Dunkin 1.7 r DNKN.43.59 .43 +41 1.3m 32
DuPont 3.3 r DD 54.38 .25 43 3.4m 16
DupontF 4.1 r DFT 24.38 .10 67 270 54
DurataThera DRTX 7.26 .04 11 68 ..
Durect
DRRX 1.16 +.06 62 320 ..
Dyax
DYAX 4.11 .09 +2 767 ..
Dycom
DY 24.91 .20 44 105 22o
DynmcMa .9 BOOM 17.97 +.04 30 24 28
DynamRes DRCO 5.28 .11 64 5 7k
Dynasil
DYSL .68 .02 99 0.1 ..k
Dynatrn .0 DYNT 2.42 .12 +32 6 34
Dynavax
DVAX 1.31 .01 42 2.2m ..
Dynegy
DYN 22.01 .15 52 390 4
DynexCap 11 r DX 10.10 .01 59 212 7

E
8 75 2 B E 22.3 ECAMarc 18 ECT 9.45 +.01 35 90 4
91 79 77 A B35.1 EPLOil&Gas EPL 29.49 +.10 +22 411 12
34 45 47 A C+ 61.2 EPRPrpty 6.1 EPR 51.55 .26 56 171 20
60 56 83 B B84.2 EQT
.1 EQT 81.10 +.62 16 1.1m 51
97 99 86 A D 51.77EQTMds 3.4 EQM 43.57 2.84 +868 1.9m 23
66 80 61 D D28.0 ERAGroup
ERA 25.50 .18 55 55 28k
59 60 67 C BNH ESBFncl 3.0 ESBF 13.35 +.22 +18 18 17
5 20 5 E B66.3 EVEnrgy 7.5 EVEP 40.85 +.10 47 271 ..
.. .. 47 .. B 10.8 EVTxDiv
9 ETY 10.61 .04 +13 651 ..k
34 53 22 E B+ 5.9 EXFO
EXFO 4.67 .03 81 4 58
43 9 90 E B+ 13.7 ETrade
ETFC 13.21 .30 15 3.2m ..
81 48 95 E B+ 8.3 ECmCnDng DANG 7.00 .04 44 1.5m ..o
13 22 6 D D+4.8 eFuture
EFUT 2.74 +.04 98 0.3 19k
50 80 34 C D+5.9 EHouse 2.9 EJ 4.42 +.02 27 178 44o
.. .. 51 .. E 30.3 ET2xLv 14 BDCL 27.56 .22 54 40 ..
.. .. 75 .. C+ 57.5 ETracs2 8.6 MLPL 55.32 1.80 +14 58 ..
.. .. 8 .. D29.6 ETr2xM 28 MORL 20.09 .31 23 144 ..
.. .. 11 .. C 17.7 ETrcsAlrMl MLPS 12.82 +.23 +360 24 99
.. .. 65 .. A 37.4 ETrcAl 4.8 MLPG 36.46 .58 +331 15 ..
.. .. 50 .. B 30.0 ETAlerMl 4.7 AMU 29.03 .43 48 16 99
.. .. 21 .. C 23.5 ETFishrRiskOff OFF 19.31 +.02 86 1 99
.. .. 43 .. C+ 30.7 ETFshrR .0 ONN 28.89 +.13 96 0.3 99
.. .. 19 .. B21.0 ETrLPlat
PTM 16.05 ... 79 3 ..o
.. .. 24 .. E 25.0 ETrcsLgShV XVIX 18.58 +.12 28 9 ..k
.. .. 51 .. B34.0 ETrMWF4.5 MLPW 32.95 .24 +13 0.9 ..k
.. .. 73 .. B 37.7 ETMth2x 6.4 DVYL 36.62 .53 89 0.5 ..
.. .. 81 .. D41.8 ETM2xLv 5.0 SDYL 40.42 .36 84 2 ..
.. .. 34 .. B+ 29.7 ETrcsNtGs GASZ 28.03 .06 29 15 ..k
31 7 53 .. A22.0 E2open
EOPN 19.03 .16 0 160 ..o
95 95 90 A C+ 25.2 Eagle
.0 EGBN 24.84 +.11 +3 72 15
55 62 36 B B 11.1 EagleBa 2.7 r EBMT 10.81 +.05 98 0.1 22k
32 24 80 E B6.0 EagleBlk .0 EGLE 3.62 .03 71 247 ..
81 80 80 A C+ 77.8 EagleMt .6 EXP.68.35 1.67 7 782 41
6 17 6 E D 10.6 EaglRkE 11 EROC 7.50 .22 +26 853 ..
22 20 43 E A7.4 Earthlnk 3.0 ELNK 6.59 .11 +67 1.4m ..
27 49 13 C C+ 18.7 EarthstnEnrg ESTE 13.95 .54 44 0.9 13k
54 13 76 B B+ 29.1 EastWst 2.1 EWBC 28.52 .36 10 854 15
23 58 33 C D 20.0 Eastern 2.4 EML 16.68 +.08 88 4 13k
84 92 61 C B+ 21.2 EastrnI 2.2 EIHI 20.33 .01 +113 29 16k
70 79 60 E A7.5 EstrnVA
EVBS 5.80 .03 +146 25 15k
33 64 40 C B67.0 Eastgro 3.6 EGP 59.65 +.03 21 166 63k
90 96 71 A B75.2 Eastman1.6 r EMN.73.59 .61 25 1.0m 12
.. .. 11 .. E 25.3 EVNMuOp 5.4 EOT 19.09 +.03 33 47 ..k
63 44 83 B C 69.9 EatonC 2.5 ETN 66.50 1.69 9 2.8m 17
.. .. 47 .. D+12.1 EVEnEqI 8.8 EOS 11.88 .04 42 105 ..k
.. .. 45 .. E 12.4 EVEnhEq 8.5 EOI 12.05 .07 42 103 ..k
.. .. 37 .. D+11.5 EVRiskM
9 ETJ 11.16 .06 28 185 ..k
.. .. 39 .. D11.8 EVTxGBW 10 ETW 11.47 .11 +14 414 ..k
.. .. 39 .. C 16.3 EVTMBWI 8.6 ETB 15.06 +.04 11 66 ..k
.. .. 37 .. C 13.8 EVTMBWO 10 ETV 13.29 .18 2 221 ..k
.. .. 55 .. C 25.5 EVTAdGl 7.0 ETO 23.27 .16 59 24 ..k
.. .. 13 .. D18.5 EVTxABdO 11 EXD 15.12 .21 29 45 ..k
.. .. 11 .. C 13.0 EVCAMu 6.2 EVM 10.54 +.07 +19 98 ..k
.. .. 11 .. D15.9 EatnVCA 6.5 CEV 11.96 +.07 +10 24 ..
.. .. 11 .. C 14.9 EatnVMI 6.3 EMI 11.74 +.03 74 1 ..
.. .. 9 .. D 15.3 EVMuniBd 6.6 EIM 11.45 +.02 30 162 ..k
.. .. 10 .. C 17.0 EatnVNJ 6.3 EVJ 12.48 +.02 +24 11 ..
.. .. 11 .. E 15.9 EVNYMu 5.7 ENX 11.90 .06 32 34 ..k
.. .. 9 .. B16.3 EatnVNY 6.9 EVY 12.68 .07 20 14 ..
.. .. 7 .. E 18.5 EatnVOH 5.8 EVO 12.49 .01 89 1 ..
.. .. 9 .. E 15.5 EatnVPA 6.5 EVP 11.80 ... 70 2 ..
82 72 73 A B+ 44.6 EatonVa 2.0 EV 40.07 .07 +20 841 20o
.. .. 7 .. E 16.1 EVCAMu2 6.6 EIA 11.02 .07 60 7 ..k
.. .. 40 .. .. 21.8 EatonVance EFF 20.56 .01 47 17 99
.. .. 28 .. C 19.1 EVFltRt 6.2 EFT 16.50 .12 27 142 ..
.. .. 19 .. C+ 17.7 EVLtdDur 7.9 EVV 15.50 .18 17 350 ..k
.. .. 8 .. D18.0 EVMAMu 5.9 MAB 12.88 .10 54 2 ..k
.. .. 10 .. E 16.9 EatnVMA6.0 MMV 12.78 +.06 68 3 ..
.. .. 7 .. E 16.3 EVMIMu 6.0 MIW 12.10 .09 91 0.4 ..k
.. .. 7 .. D 14.4 EVMuni2 6.9 EIV 10.93 .11 27 25 ..k
.. .. 6 .. C+ 20.3 EatVncMun 5.7 ETX 14.91 .09 +138 110 99
.. .. 8 .. E 14.5 EtnVMnTr 8.2 EVN 11.46 .21 27 66 ..
.. .. 7 .. E 16.6 EVNJMu 5.8 EMJ 12.11 .19 13 6 ..k
.. .. 9 .. D+14.5 EVNYMu2 6.0 NYH 11.30 .20 +119 15 ..k
.. .. 9 .. B16.3 EVOHMu 5.8 EIO 12.13 .13 89 0.5 ..k
.. .. 7 .. D16.8 EVPAMu 6.4 EIP 11.98 .10 +216 22 ..k
.. .. 18 .. D17.9 EatnVSh 6.9 EVG 15.70 .17 44 47 ..k
.. .. 31 .. D8.0 EVSrInc 5.8 EVF 7.45 .06 58 61 ..k
.. .. 51 .. D+17.0 EVTxAdG 7.7 ETG 15.97 .10 28 193 ..k
.. .. 28 .. C 17.7 EVSrFlt 6.6 EFR 16.10 .23 54 71 ..k
.. .. 43 .. C 20.3 EVTxAdv 6.9 EVT 18.79 .23 29 150 ..

WEDNESDAY, JULY 17, 2013

IBD Composite Rating


Earnings Per Share Growth Rating
Relative Price Strength Rating
Sales+Profit Margins+ROE
Accumulation/Distribution (3 mos)
52-wk

Dividend Stock Close

Vol% Vol P

6 6 6 6 6 High Stock % Yield Symbol Price Chg Chg 1000 E


.. .. 45 .. C+ 10.0 EVTxMGlo 10 EXG 9.69 .03 +20 1.4m ..k
89 85 60 A D58.0 eBay
EBAY.56.81 +.36 5 9.0m 23
57 90 2 A B 24.9 Ebix
2.7 r EBIX 11.29 .05 36 1.0m 6
4 9 19 E B4.2 Echelon
ELON 2.45 +.10 16 246 ..
58 84 38 C B 22.3 EchoGlbLog ECHO 19.80 .36 28 112 30
1 14 1 E E 18.9 EchoThe .0 ECTE 2.70 +.03 34 118 ..k
40 24 76 C B NH EchoStar
SATS 41.02 +.01 13 161 41k
81 92 74 A BNH Ecolab
1.0 ECL 91.32 +.55 +11 1.3m 29
4 41 9 E E 14.4 EcolgyE 4.7 EEI 10.23 +.03 90 0.3 56
9 53 10 C E 60.8 Ecopetr 6.2 EC 44.14 +.36 4 491 11
63 30 99 D C+ 2.4 ECOtal
ECTY 1.47 +.03 73 279 ..k
17 5 48 E C+ 4.9 EDAPTMS EDAP 2.65 .06 56 55 ..o
61 41 61 B A+9.0 EdgenGroupA EDG 8.32 .05 25 93 99k
48 41 64 E B 5.1 Edgewater r EDGW 4.74 .15 70 6 99k
59 88 35 A B+ 54.2 EdisonI
2.8 EIX 49.09 .17 39 1.8m 11
62 33 95 D C+ 7.8 EducMgmt EDMC 6.98 .12 32 67 12
38 80 24 C C 11.8 Education 4.2 EDR 10.43 +.04 +38 1.4m 99
4 26 8 D C+ 4.3 EduDevlp 10 EDUC 3.15 .10 60 2 15k
37 27 68 C C+ 9.6 EdwardsGrp EVAC 8.73 +.33 12 12 12k
53 97 5 A C+ 110 EdwrdlifeSc r EW 66.41 1.03 +1 1.3m 23
96 80 96 E A+NH 7Egain
EGAN 10.49 +.28 1 139 ..o
.. .. 53 .. D 25.3 EgHlthC .1 HGEM 23.95 +.44 72 2 ..k
.. .. 27 .. E 23.1 EgshByd .0 BBRC 20.65 .16 88 1 ..
.. .. 8 .. E 22.7 EgBrzlI 4.8 BRXX 17.16 .20 +2 29 ..k
.. .. 20 .. D20.7 EgChinaI 1.4 CHXX 15.91 .02 75 0.9 ..k
.. .. 36 .. E 22.6 EgCnsSv .3 VGEM 21.15 .13 86 0.1 ..k
.. .. 33 .. .. 20.4 EgemDvGrw EMDG 20.20 .18 89 0.2 99
.. .. 4 .. C 15.2 EgEMMl& 4.6 EMT 9.10 ... 98 0.1 ..k
.. .. 40 .. C 28.0 EgEmMkC .4 ECON 26.31 ... 17 320 ..k
.. .. 21 .. B+ 25.0 EgErgGm 2.7 OGEM 21.20 +.12 92 0.3 ..k
.. .. 22 .. C 22.9 EgFinl 2.1 FGEM 19.16 +.80 +5 2 ..k
.. .. 23 .. C 24.1 EgGems 1.6 AGEM 21.12 .08 90 0.8 ..k
.. .. 14 .. B+ 15.4 EgIndiaIn 1.6 INXX 11.61 +.02 72 6 ..k
.. .. 8 .. B 15.5 EgIndia
.9 SCIN 10.98 .13 +48 9 ..k
.. .. 24 .. D20.8 EgLwVltE 4.8 HILO 18.44 +.04 68 23 ..k
.. .. 18 .. C 18.4 EgUtil 1.8 UGEM 15.88 +.04 +142 8 ..k
52 49 76 C B28.2 eHealth
r EHTH 24.92 1.02 51 85 40
97 93 89 A BNH EightbyEgt EGHT 8.97 +.22 +66 1.2m 44
69 28 79 C B+ NH Einstein 3.0 BAGL 16.74 +.45 +57 69 17k
66 84 62 C B+ 38.9 ElPasoEle 2.8 EE 38.36 .08 27 106 16
75 89 53 A C+ 45.0 ElPasoP 5.7 EPB 43.34 1.27 +57 749 19
65 55 71 E A14.8 Elan
ELN 14.08 .13 48 6.4m ..
2 16 4 E E 3.8 ElbitImg EMITF 1.54 .18 +344 26 ..
74 87 58 C C 47.5 ElbitSys 2.7 ESLT 44.00 +.16 82 1 8k
17 65 5 B C 16.2 Eldorad 2.0 EGO 6.95 +.46 +5 5.3m 15
89 76 94 B B 7.7 Elecsys
r ESYS 6.70 .34 +80 10 15
63 68 72 E B+ 12.3 Electro 2.6 ESIO 12.26 +.10 +24 99 58
57 62 63 C B19.0 ElctroR 4.3 ELRC 18.67 .04 28 31 19
52 87 35 B B4.7 Electro 3.8 ELSE 4.18 .01 +100 4 12k
4 20 7 E C 2.3 Electromed ELMD 1.20 .03 6 5 ..
93 85 95 D B 24.5 ElecArts
r EA 24.19 ... 46 2.7m 28
94 90 94 B A+NH ElecImag
r EFII 30.32 +.33 12 209 22
.. .. 25 .. D13.8 ElmnMlcxBiofl FUE 10.80 .25 7 1 ..k
.. .. 18 .. B8.6 ElmnMlcxGrn GRU 6.60 +.07 8 9 ..k
11 27 3 E C 1.8 ElephantTalk ETAK .79 +.05 +30 549 ..k
49 65 27 B C 58.4 LillyEl
3.8 r LLY 51.00 .54 27 4.0m 14
64 54 50 B C+ 49.8 ElizArden RDEN 46.51 .58 45 79 20
75 73 40 A B 30.6 EllieMae
ELLI 24.39 +.06 61 177 21
29 43 30 B D+26.7 Ellingt
13 EFC 22.80 .37 67 99 18
6 1 8 .. D19.9 EllngRd .0 EARN 15.42 .22 49 59 ..
77 20 88 D A+NH EllomayCap ELLO 8.35 +.10 95 0.3 ..k
.. .. 40 .. C+ 8.1 Ellswth 3.1 ECF 7.78 .01 68 10 ..k
56 62 44 B B+ 26.3 ElmiraSv 3.8 ESBK 23.99 +.42 65 0.6 15k
.. .. 21 .. C+ 10.1 ElemnRiciAg RJA 8.43 +.06 66 91 ..k
.. .. 51 .. D+7.0 ElmnRiciEnrg RJN 6.98 .03 77 11 ..
.. .. 16 .. C+ 11.3 ElmnRiciMetal RJZ 8.85 +.03 45 10 ..k
.. .. 30 .. B 9.3 ElmnRiciTotRe RJI 8.35 +.02 22 515 ..k
31 24 23 C B 18.5 ELong
LONG 13.75 .05 37 11 98
26 27 39 C C 5.0 eMagin .0 EMAN 3.55 .05 92 5 44
14 42 14 B D34.1 EmbtldA 2.2 AKOA 26.50 +.10 87 0.9 21k
53 30 82 B E 38.8 Embraer
.2 ERJ 38.32 .39 6 925 25
8 42 16 .. D42.2 EmbtldB 1.9 AKOB 33.63 .08 75 7 26k
73 83 44 A C 28.2 EMC
1.6 r EMC 25.31 +.04 26 16m 14
51 40 65 C B29.3 EMCInsr 2.9 EMCI 28.60 .32 +26 20 11k
29 30 53 C C 30.1 Emclaire 3.2 EMCF 25.27 +.52 +25 0.5 14k
64 63 81 C B 43.8 EmcorGrp .6 EME 42.75 .41 +5 291 19
12 27 12 E C+ 6.8 Emcore .0 EMKR 4.16 +.14 +20 381 ..
29 13 62 D B 11.3 Emerald .0 EOX 7.14 +.10 9 512 ..
44 1 93 .. B NH EmergeErgy EMES 22.40 +.33 34 232 16k
46 7 66 D ANH EmergBio
EBS 17.51 +.01 27 113 28
19 4 38 D C 31.0 Emeritus
ESC 24.38 .03 16 305 ..
47 71 53 B E 60.1 Emerson 2.9 EMR 57.21 .16 27 2.6m 16
37 64 26 D B 2.2 EmersonRad MSN 1.77 ... 33 23 4k
91 68 90 .. A+2.8 EmmisA EMMS 2.53 .14 +18 340 ..
61 82 48 C B+ NH EmpreDist 4.2 EDE 23.66 .05 8 134 17
54 2 97 E A 3.6 EmpireRsrt NYNY 3.43 +.09 26 49 ..k
30 6 86 D C+ 5.4 EmpireRe 2.0 ERS 4.89 +.02 +18 6 18k
68 44 83 C B+ NH Employe
.9 EIG 26.81 +.33 14 101 62k
7 26 8 B D54.3 EmprsNacC 1.7 EOC 41.85 .04 51 60 23k
3 23 6 D D13.7 Emresas
ICA 7.85 .12 24 590 30
48 27 74 C A 9.0 Emulex
ELX 8.19 .13 +30 1.0m 9
25 41 29 .. C 22.4 EnantPharm ENTA 17.69 .27 +8 61 29k
61 92 37 C C 48.4 Enbridge 2.7 ENB 44.34 +.22 37 633 25
28 10 49 .. A34.3 Enbridg
.0 EEQ 32.31 .36 34 114 99
23 17 50 D B33.5 EnbrEner 6.6 EEP 32.79 .40 +35 1.3m 36
5 29 12 C C+ 24.3 Encana 4.7 ECA 17.14 ... 10 3.9m 13
88 95 64 A D38.7 EncoreCap r ECPG 33.77 +.73 26 241 10
51 63 69 E C+ NH EncorWi .2 WIRE 37.13 +.12 43 39 39
15 23 33 D B+ 10.5 EndvrIntl
END 4.28 +.23 37 368 ..
9 28 2 B C 10.7 EndvSilv
EXK 3.60 .02 +15 1.3m 10
96 95 74 A B 39.9 EndoHlth r ENDP 38.50 .60 44 1.2m 7
91 63 94 D B 17.6 Endocyte
ECYT 16.83 .36 27 210 ..
34 13 39 D A 16.4 Endologx
ELGX 14.89 .46 5 533 ..
44 31 78 D BNH Enduran 2.4 ENH 53.32 .19 20 236 25
2 32 14 .. E 19.7 EndurRy 10 NDRO 14.85 +.05 +12 41 8
41 26 59 B B 57.8 Energen 1.0 EGN 55.29 .41 33 394 18
67 79 77 C B108 Energiz 1.5 ENR 105.0 1.76 16 382 15
54 36 87 D C+ 5.1 EnrgyRec
ERII 4.40 +.02 +47 283 ..
54 26 54 B B 53.0 EngyTran 6.9 ETP 51.63 1.03 +12 1.7m 43
55 8 77 B B+ 65.4 EngyTra 4.2 ETE 61.78 1.40 40 805 55
13 41 14 B E 37.9 EnergyX 2.0 r EXXI 24.39 .17 45 711 11
35 16 74 D B19.1 EnerNOCn ENOC 15.21 .09 33 253 ..
37 55 64 D B 17.5 Enerplus 6.4 ERF 16.05 +.07 21 687 ..
12 44 10 C C 20.0 Enersis 1.9 ENI 15.73 +.24 45 353 14
73 68 85 C C+ NH EnerSys 1.0 r ENS 52.13 .35 48 167 14
50 6 92 D B+ NH Engility
EGL 29.37 .28 +60 214 8k
32 11 98 E A 1.7 ENGlobal
ENG 1.01 .33 +391 621 ..o
6 25 20 B D52.3 ENISpa 5.2
E 42.49 +.10 +49 550 9
72 84 72 D A19.1 Ennis
3.8 EBF 18.19 .68 +121 127 16o
59 14 96 D B 10.0 EnphasEnrgy ENPH 8.20 +.12 +18 414 ..
70 47 87 C A59.4 EnPro
NPO 57.22 .81 19 126 21
36 61 46 A D65.8 EnscoA 3.0 r ESV 58.69 1.19 +35 2.3m 10
87 90 78 B B+ 39.0 Ensign .7 r ENSG 38.81 +.20 43 43 15k
88 69 82 A B 147 Enstar
ESGR 146.3 +.48 11 25 14k
48 52 56 C B10.6 Entegris
ENTG 10.01 +.02 +94 1.3m 18
89 73 90 C B10.6 EntercomA ETM 10.40 .20 3 70 12
51 91 38 C B 74.5 Entergy 4.7 ETR 71.02 .58 31 860 10
10 35 4 E D+4.4 EnterMdn ETRM 1.06 .03 49 423 ..
83 67 76 B A+21.3 Enterpr 2.2 EBTC 21.02 .11 +66 18 16k

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IBD Composite Rating


Earnings Per Share Growth Rating
Relative Price Strength Rating
Sales+Profit Margins+ROE
Accumulation/Distribution (3 mos)
52-wk

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6 6 6 6 6 High Stock % Yield Symbol Price Chg Chg 1000 E


83 38 84 B A NH Entrprise 1.2 EFSC 17.64 +.44 +31 46 11k
60 78 56 C C 65.6 EntpsPrd 4.3 EPD 63.60 1.33 +43 1.9m 22
24 23 11 C C+ 2.9 EntGamgAsia EGT 1.79 ... 5 32 59k
95 66 99 B B+ 7.3 Entravsn .0 EVC 6.63 .12 16 1.2m 36
10 27 26 .. B0.8 EntrGld
EGI .36 +.01 52 27 ..
30 35 33 E B3.7 Entremed ENMD 1.96 .01 73 13 ..k
21 26 18 B C+ 6.6 Entropic
ENTR 4.36 +.06 22 560 16
98 79 97 B A29.1 Envestnet
ENV 26.71 .35 56 92 70k
85 86 86 C B+ 2.3 EnviroS
.0 EVI 1.72 .08 +13 6 17
22 7 70 .. A6.7 Envivio
ENVI 2.50 +.15 22 200 ..o
20 3 48 E B 3.2 EnzoBio
ENZ 2.20 .04 51 82 ..o
24 40 16 E C 2.6 EnzonPh .0 ENZN 1.96 +.08 +6 510 99
90 74 79 A B 146 EOGResr .5 EOG 144.6 +1.02 +3 1.9m 22
49 47 54 D B+ 1.3 eOnCom
EONC .94 .01 +325 33 9
98 91 91 A A 29.37EpamSyst EPAM 28.83 .27 +22 357 19
92 75 46 A A 14.4 EPIQSys 2.6 EPIQ 13.90 +.05 +3 100 14
73 26 99 D .. NH Epizyme
EPZM 43.60 +3.43 +49 405 ..k
94 90 95 B A 67.0 ePlus
.0 r PLUS 63.70 .20 13 23 14k
30 12 74 .. B+ 4.1 EqualEn 4.9 EQU 4.08 +.04 27 125 5
81 84 55 A D63.9 Equifax 1.4 EFX 61.05 .35 30 419 19
56 90 31 B C+ 231 Equinix
EQIX.200.2 .49 59 494 75
77 92 52 B A+42.9 EqLifes 4.9 ELS 40.72 ... 14 341 43
22 33 37 D B 26.7 EquityO 3.7 EQY 23.64 +.08 +14 569 ..k
24 22 29 C B+ 65.7 EquityR 2.7 EQR 58.74 +.13 36 1.6m 99
9 10 12 E C 2.7 EquusTotR EQS 1.91 .03 57 3 ..
63 25 97 A C 29.4 ErickAirCrn EAC 19.27 .26 17 178 10k
61 49 72 D B13.5 Ericsson 4.3 ERIC 12.26 +.01 0 2.9m 61
71 66 60 A A83.6 ErieInd 2.9 ERIE 82.12 +.32 33 20 27k
68 82 55 B B6.5 Escalade 5.0 ESCA 6.43 .01 74 3 9k
43 56 78 E B1.8 EscalonMed ESMC 1.20 .01 +96 14 ..
7 18 22 D C 42.4 ESCOTech .9 ESE 35.03 +.05 46 56 23k
41 4 81 .. .. NH EsperionTher ESPR 17.31 +.10 84 55 ..k
39 47 33 C B29.6 EspeyMfg 3.8 ESP 26.00 ... 6 3 13
57 76 45 D B11.6 ESSABp 1.8 r ESSA 11.28 +.10 32 23 37k
59 88 46 A D 171 EssexPr 2.9 ESS 166.6 +.65 64 96 49
28 46 57 E B4.6 EssexRnt
ESSX 4.32 +.02 18 28 ..k
87 62 93 D A 67.6 EstDelh 2.0 DEG 66.39 +.47 32 29 19
79 91 44 A D72.7 EsteeLa 1.1 r EL 66.78 .66 7 1.4m 25
77 45 75 C A NH Esterline
ESL 80.24 .04 12 159 16o
.. .. 22 .. D 59.7 ETSp5GldEtn SPGH 46.23 +.23 86 0.3 ..k
.. .. 11 .. E 177 EtfsGoldTrst SGOL 127.3 +.77 83 19 ..
.. .. 57 .. B77.2 EtfsPlldmTrs PALL 71.96 +.24 82 21 ..k
.. .. 22 .. C+ 170 EtfsPltmTrst PPLT 139.4 +.06 77 16 ..k
.. .. 9 .. C 102 EtfsPrcMtls GLTR 69.83 +.30 71 7 ..k
.. .. 5 .. D34.9 EtfsSivrTrst SIVR 19.80 +.05 69 67 ..
.. .. 10 .. D57.0 EtfsWhitMtl WITE 39.45 +.03 0 3 ..k
64 70 60 D D 33.4 EthanAl 1.2 ETH 30.20 .48 +39 337 24
.. .. 22 .. E 28.6 ETUbsCmd DJCI 24.11 +.19 +60 6 ..
.. .. 55 .. B40.2 ETrAlr 4.5 MLPI 39.41 .63 37 178 ..k
7 35 4 E D 2.6 EurasnMnrls EMXX 1.28 +.03 71 37 ..
8 20 7 D D+5.4 EuroTe .0 CLWT 2.60 +.07 31 3 ..k
89 73 92 B A34.2 Euronet
EEFT 33.27 +.29 +35 322 20
.. .. 44 .. C 7.7 EuroEqFd 4.0 EEA 7.45 +.01 35 8 ..k
6 7 23 E C 1.4 Euroseas 5.8 ESEA 1.04 +.01 52 41 ..
36 55 41 B C+ 22.5 EvansBc2.7 r EVBN 17.65 ... +24 3 9k
97 93 97 A B3.6 EverGlory
EVK 3.25 +.36 +110 33 3k
91 93 61 A C+ 17.3 Everbank .5 EVER 16.21 .08 24 561 12
98 99 89 A B 44.57Evercore 2.1 EVR 42.87 .16 +50 784 20
57 72 56 B D136 EverstRe 1.5 r RE 129.8 2.40 27 287 8
87 80 65 A A 24.2 Evertec
EVTC 23.80 +.06 4 483 24
47 33 84 .. B+ 13.2 EveryWrGlb EVRY 13.03 +.03 9 107 34k
96 75 82 A A12.3 EvolPet
EPM 11.92 +.04 +30 100 62o
95 72 66 A A7.4 EvlvSy 4.5 EVOL 7.18 .08 58 18 12k
41 20 67 .. B 13.4 Exa
EXA 10.74 +.25 19 42 99o
43 16 77 E B 14.7 ExactSci
EXAS 13.25 .49 +97 2.2m ..
73 82 67 C C+ 21.2 Exactech
EXAC 20.95 +.46 +9 26 20k
70 42 89 D B+ 22.8 Examwrks EXAM 22.13 .02 15 172 ..
85 80 84 D A12.7 Exar
r EXAR 12.30 .18 7 135 43
3 4 7 C C+ 2.3 Exceed
EDS 1.14 .04 85 1 2k
18 12 45 C D 15.4 Excel
4.9 EXL 13.92 +.10 38 125 ..k
71 80 64 C A9.1 ExcoRes 2.4 XCO 8.46 .01 50 1.5m 17
62 27 85 C B 14.6 Exelis
2.9 r XLS 14.29 .16 35 774 8
19 9 29 E B 7.0 Exelixis
EXEL 5.01 +.04 +55 2.2m ..
16 26 16 B C+ 39.8 Exelon
3.9 EXC 31.47 .08 56 3.2m 11
2 39 4 E C 2.0 ExeterR
XRA .81 +.01 58 67 ..
74 90 41 A C 33.0 Exlservice EXLS 30.00 .23 7 183 18k
54 29 98 .. B+ 75.4 ExOneCo XONE.56.35 7.87 +204 2.1m ..k
87 81 56 A C 68.1 Expedia .8 EXPE 64.50 +.16 +1 2.6m 20
44 64 48 C B+ 43.8 Expedit 1.5 EXPD 40.62 .05 20 1.2m 25
92 78 75 A A67.2 Exponnt .9 r EXPO 65.85 .85 29 25 25k
84 67 88 B A23.3 Express
EXPR 22.34 .45 32 798 14o
91 97 56 A B+ 66.1 ExprsScrpt ESRX 64.93 .09 21 3.4m 16
86 80 93 D B31.27ExterrnHldg EXH 31.02 +.05 26 425 ..
95 80 77 B B+ 32.4 Exterran 6.9 EXLP 30.05 2.25 +225 482 28
75 92 66 A D45.3 ExtraSp 3.7 EXR 43.68 .12 38 489 36
35 45 49 D B+ 3.9 ExtremeNtk r EXTR 3.58 .01 13 560 18
35 61 42 C C+ 93.8 ExxonMo 2.7 XOM 93.30 +.05 14 11m 11
43 76 31 C A40.3 EZchip
EZCH 27.72 +.07 59 81 31
25 57 20 B C 25.4 EzcorpA
EZPW 18.29 .19 16 246 7

F
99 80 98 C A+NH 7FBR&Co .0 r FBRC 30.75 +.08 +167 158 79
83 87 86 B B77.2 FEI
.6 FEIC 76.04 .53 28 162 26
61 55 60 B B13.0 FNBCorp 3.8 FNB 12.78 .08 37 439 14
92 80 86 B B19.5 FSBanc 1.2 FSBW 17.25 +.11 +999 24 13k
.. .. 43 .. C 9.1 FTSpcFn 7.8 FGB 8.47 .01 25 24 ..
71 12 91 B A16.8 FXCM 1.4 FXCM 16.64 +.61 15 447 9
6 32 10 D D8.8 FXEnergy FXEN 3.29 +.07 63 291 ..
56 86 22 A B+ 111 F5Netwrks FFIV 80.43 .98 +2 1.8m 17
80 80 66 D B 5.7 FabUniversal FU 3.68 +.19 +12 87 ..k
71 87 70 B D 17.2 Fabrinet
FN 14.47 .05 2 156 10o
85 86 38 A B32.5 Facebook
FB 26.32 +.04 14 31m 49
.. .. 1 .. D24.4 Fs2xGldSP500 FSG 7.65 +.14 10 5 ..k
.. .. 15 .. B13.1 Fs2xOilSP500 FOL 7.30 ... 89 0.1 ..k
89 87 62 A B 108 Factset 1.3 r FDS 105.9 1.63 1 435 21o
65 65 56 A E 50.9 FairIsa .2 r FICO 49.50 +.01 35 116 17
20 16 45 E D+15.8 Fairchild
FCS 14.44 .16 +18 1.6m 30
28 17 68 .. C+ 10.0 FairpntComms FRP 9.00 +.28 34 49 ..
59 1 95 E B+ 28.9 FairwayGrp FWM 27.72 +.41 58 162 ..
1 3 1 E E 2.9 Falcnstr
FALC 1.04 +.03 54 148 ..k
65 79 46 A B72.5 FamilyD 1.5 r FDO 68.08 .35 +6 1.6m 18o
87 44 95 D A+17.2 FmsDaves DAVE 16.55 .06 71 11 33
32 36 72 E D16.9 FarmerBrs FARM 13.85 .12 +22 41 ..
94 95 98 D B+ NH FarmersCptl FFKT 24.90 +1.81 +53 68 17k
33 38 32 C B 6.9 FmsNtl 1.9 r FMNB 6.39 +.01 92 7 12k
25 54 39 C D 45.9 FaroTech
FARO 39.17 +.60 6 154 32
57 79 33 A D 53.4 Fastenal 2.1 FAST 47.08 +.10 37 1.2m 31o
37 37 39 D B+ 13.3 Fauquier 3.7 FBSS 12.98 +.37 78 0.4 23k
93 88 84 C B+ NH FBLFncl 1.0 r FFG 45.70 ... 7 41 14k
73 58 75 A B+ 29.5 FedAgri 1.7 AGMA 29.00 ... 89 0.1 6k
49 58 46 A B 37.9 FedAgri 1.5 AGM 32.25 .20 +74 44 7
49 11 89 E A11.4 FedrlMogul FDML 10.28 .70 +106 590 48k
37 79 25 A C 118 Federal 2.8 FRT 105.7 +.04 6 392 47
55 36 89 B B+ NH FedSignl
FSS 9.92 +.09 36 149 23
.. .. 21 .. E 14.7 FedEnTr 4.5 FTT 12.96 ... 52 21 ..
82 58 87 A B+ 30.0 FedInvs
3.2 FII 29.80 +.04 +18 996 16
85 37 96 B A10.5 FedrtdN 1.2 FNHC 10.27 .16 86 7 14k
.. .. 12 .. D16.2 FedPInt 5.7 FPT 12.57 .07 +55 42 ..
.. .. 12 .. D+17.6 FedPMu 6.6 FMN 13.66 +.06 44 11 ..
35 54 50 C B109 Fedex
.6 r FDX 103.5 .19 35 1.9m 16o
81 98 69 D B+ 23.0 FedFstF 1.3 r FFCO 19.12 .14 90 0.2 19k

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EXPANDED DATA TABLES

WEDNESDAY, JULY 17, 2013

IBD Composite Rating


Earnings Per Share Growth Rating
Relative Price Strength Rating
Sales+Profit Margins+ROE
Accumulation/Distribution (3 mos)
52-wk

Dividend Stock Close

Vol% Vol P

6 6 6 6 6 High Stock % Yield Symbol Price Chg Chg 1000 E


18 13 69 E D 6.5 FelCorLdg
FCH 6.12 .03 39 557 ..
96 95 81 A B10.2 FemleH 3.0 FHCO 9.36 +.10 +143 351 15
50 76 66 E C 22.6 Ferrell
9 FGP 22.09 .35 5 208 37o
48 36 93 E C 7.3 Ferro
FOE 6.86 +.03 49 365 57
72 80 60 E B+ 13.3 FibriaCelu
FBR 11.66 .14 48 759 ..
53 11 81 E B+ 7.2 FibrocellSci FCSC 5.49 .20 21 80 ..
.. .. 62 .. BNH FidNASD 1.2 ONEQ 141.9 .57 74 5 ..k
70 97 34 A C 27.2 Fidelit 2.7 r FNF 24.01 .26 30 2.2m 10
82 88 73 B E 46.0 Fidelity
2.0 FIS 44.70 .35 53 755 17
99 99 87 A A 14.1 Fidelty
.0 LION 13.72 +.05 43 46 9k
.. .. 57 .. D28.7 FidClyOp 6.0 FMO 27.01 ... +51 145 ..
58 33 57 A B 19.7 FidusInv 8.0 FDUS 19.07 .09 +23 81 12
33 62 22 B C+ 5.2 FieldPnt
FPP 3.83 ... 68 5 15k
96 97 97 B A38.8 FiestaRest FRGI 34.34 .10 39 142 52
71 48 96 .. A24.5 FifthPacific FNP 23.30 .60 +9 1.3m ..
40 59 36 A E 11.1 5thStre
10 FSC 10.69 .10 31 922 10
12 1 27 .. .. 15.0 5thStSrFlRt FSFR 14.45 .05 74 233 99
68 64 75 B DNH FifthTh 2.5 r FITB 18.86 .13 25 6.9m 11
95 95 96 A C 49.87FinclEn .4 FNGN 48.45 .75 27 263 88
67 76 56 B C 21.8 FnclInst 3.4 FISI 21.30 +.51 48 15 11k
83 52 89 D A18.5 Finisar
FNSR 18.24 .09 40 1.6m 28o
65 64 62 C B 24.9 FinishL 1.3 r FINL 22.40 .30 34 410 15o
68 54 92 D B 1.9 FrstAccept
FAC 1.79 +.14 +73 36 44k
.. .. 9 .. E 18.5 FAmMNII 5.4 MXN 13.87 .07 +3 3 ..
51 94 28 B E 27.4 FirstAm 2.1 FAF 22.39 ... 21 836 7
40 51 41 C B 19.0 FrstBan 4.4 FNLC 17.79 .10 29 10 14k
74 50 87 E A15.8 FstBanc 2.1 FBNC 15.59 .11 25 27 ..k
87 87 74 C C 15.4 Fstbanc 1.1 FBMS 13.15 .50 17 4 10k
89 70 81 B A+32.5 FrstBus 1.8 FBIZ 31.50 .37 80 1 9k
29 14 43 D B+ 5.0 FrstBus 3.3 BUSE 4.85 +.03 29 116 23k
28 14 61 E D+3.4 FstCap
FCVA 3.30 .09 50 1 ..k
59 86 33 C C+ 21.7 FirstCa 4.0 FCAP 20.10 +.10 +425 4 12k
72 96 42 A C 58.8 FrstCash
r FCFS 50.39 .43 +23 222 17
61 74 64 D E 7.7 FrstCit 2.2 FCZA 7.39 +.34 76 0.8 11k
71 75 63 D B206 FstCitz .6 FCNCA 202.2 +.64 18 20 13k
77 89 69 D B 9.7 Cloverl 2.9 FCLF 8.30 .11 15 3 14k
79 56 49 A B+ 16.8 FrstCmty 2.9 FCBC 16.73 +.06 38 23 11k
88 80 75 B C 6.5 FrstCtry
FCTY 6.21 +.04 8 7 14k
61 28 61 B B 10.0 FrstCmty 2.0 FCCO 9.91 .09 24 3 12k
49 67 41 D B15.0 FstConn .8 FBNK 14.65 .19 +65 52 54k
44 53 49 B C 9.9 FrstCons .0 FCCY 9.52 .02 98 0.1 10k
83 84 84 C B NH FrstDef 1.5 FDEF 26.84 +.13 5 23 13k
25 38 37 E B 10.7 FrstFed
FFBH 9.77 +.07 32 7 99k
67 34 93 .. A23.8 FrstFncl .9 FFCH 23.48 .16 +20 57 17k
47 62 35 C B+ 18.0 FrstFncl 3.8 FFBC 15.78 .15 39 156 14
90 70 92 A A62.6 FstFncl 1.7 FFIN 60.76 .23 18 86 25
79 80 85 E B+ 11.2 FtFnNw 1.5 r FFNW 10.88 .02 78 24 47k
54 22 91 E A 3.8 FrstFincl
FFKY 3.67 +.02 52 2 ..k
68 69 76 D D+12.5 FstHori 1.7 r FHN 12.00 .28 +84 7.6m 19
24 53 56 E D 18.9 FirstIn
2.0 FR 16.67 .09 21 601 ..
69 30 86 B B+ 25.5 FirstInte 1.0 INBK 24.25 +.36 70 4 13k
92 79 87 C B+ NH FstIntr
2.3 FIBK 22.38 +.14 +95 247 15k
75 71 69 B B+ 35.8 FrstLng 2.8 FLIC 35.37 +.41 1 18 15k
94 79 98 D A+NH FrstM&F .2 FMFC 17.18 +.13 42 25 26k
19 55 10 B B+ 24.2 FirstMajstic r AG 12.66 +.68 +10 1.4m 13
49 9 92 .. A1.7 FstMarbl
FMD 1.57 +.03 +99 1.5m ..k
70 79 67 E B 15.0 FrstMdw 1.1 FMBI 14.47 .30 +61 514 ..k
97 99 57 A B NH FirstNBCBnk NBCB 26.66 +.45 67 71 16k
40 34 69 B D10.6 FrstNia 3.2 FNFG 9.98 +.01 +20 4.3m 13
76 61 73 C B NH FirstPac 3.4 r BANC 14.05 +.15 +46 149 31k
14 22 41 D D16.1 FirstPot 4.2 FPO 14.25 .06 70 140 ..k
91 95 56 A B NH FrstRpb 1.2 FRC 39.70 .45 +65 2.0m 16
85 91 70 B C+ 24.3 FrstSvgs 1.7 FSFG 24.00 +.05 50 0.3 12k
6 4 22 E D 7.5 FrstSecty
FSGI 2.47 ... 56 279 ..k
98 87 97 A B59.07FirstSolar FSLR.48.91 1.36 +13 8.1m 8
55 50 71 E B6.9 FirstSouth FSBK 6.50 +.05 +14 4 ..k
.. .. 14 .. D23.9 FTAEmOp 7.3 FEO 19.29 +.03 45 15 ..k
.. .. 12 .. D18.7 FtTrAbG 10 FAM 15.25 .15 30 68 ..k
.. .. 81 .. A65.3 FTAmBio
FBT 64.17 .64 13 164 ..
.. .. 27 .. E 28.8 FTAsiaPc 1.8 FPA 25.38 +.05 40 20 ..k
.. .. 20 .. C 26.1 FstTBI 1.9 BICK 21.55 .05 +48 9 ..k
.. .. 9 .. C 25.0 FTBrazAl 3.4 FBZ 18.98 .00 +38 4 ..k
.. .. 51 .. C+ 34.8 FTCanAl 1.2 FCAN 34.38 .26 77 7 ..k
.. .. 66 .. B NH FTCapStr 1.6 FTCS 30.40 .12 55 5 ..k
.. .. 48 .. B 22.3 FTCbSp5 1.1 VIXH 21.76 +.13 81 0.5 ..
.. .. 16 .. D26.6 FTChinAl 2.9 FCA 19.79 +.34 98 0.1 ..k
.. .. 73 .. B 28.9 FTCnsmD 1.3 FXD 28.40 .25 3 202 ..
.. .. 71 .. ANH FTCnsSt 2.0 FXG 32.24 .09 30 157 ..k
.. .. 49 .. B49.3 FTDevl
1.8 FDT 46.91 .10 29 15 ..k
.. .. 30 .. C+ 25.9 FTDJGlD 5.1 FGD 23.92 +.09 19 74 ..k
.. .. 77 .. A 49.1 FTDJInt
FDN 48.79 .20 4 160 ..k
.. .. 76 .. B NH FTDJMic 1.5 FDM 28.55 +.03 49 27 ..k
.. .. 40 .. D39.3 FTEMkSC 1.8 FEMS 34.29 +.09 62 8 ..k
.. .. 25 .. D27.6 FTTrEmM 2.8 FEM 23.84 +.09 41 79 ..k
.. .. 53 .. B23.3 FTEnrgy 1.4 FXN 22.29 .20 +28 137 ..k
.. .. 35 .. D+36.5 FTEnrgIn 6.1 FEN 33.90 +.18 5 99 ..
.. .. 47 .. C+ 25.5 FrstTrEnr 5.5 FIF 24.11 +.14 14 53 ..
.. .. 39 .. C 13.5 FstTrEnh 7.0 FFA 12.82 .12 41 27 ..k
.. .. 59 .. C+ 39.1 FTEuroA 1.7 FEP 28.34 +.05 +202 67 ..k
.. .. 68 .. B+ NH FTFincl
2.2 FXO 19.50 .13 18 205 ..k
.. .. 34 .. C 44.7 FTrFTSE 4.2 FFR 40.71 .13 55 14 ..k
.. .. 77 .. B8.9 FTWindE 1.7 FAN 8.82 +.01 +8 14 ..k
.. .. 49 .. D+36.1 FTGmAl 1.9 FGM 34.08 .18 91 0.6 ..k
.. .. 68 .. B41.8 FTHlthC
.4 FXH 41.36 .28 +199 677 ..k
.. .. 35 .. D+56.4 FirstTrHi 6.6 HYLS 50.76 +.14 +144 39 99
.. .. 21 .. C+ 19.3 FirstTrHig 7.9 FSD 17.38 .16 4 140 ..k
.. .. 41 .. B8.5 FTIncDv 7.1 FAV 8.49 +.03 +47 76 ..
.. .. 68 .. B 23.8 FTIndPr 1.7 FXR 23.50 .16 38 90 ..k
.. .. 20 .. .. 25.1 FTIntDurP 8.0 FPF 22.92 .49 +2 251 99
.. .. 71 .. B 38.1 FTIPOX
.9 FPX 37.55 .44 +131 65 ..k
.. .. 51 .. C 22.6 FTChnd
1.1 FNI 22.20 .09 +37 17 ..k
.. .. 63 .. C NH FTIseCl
.0 SKYY 22.84 .05 10 26 ..
.. .. 59 .. C 29.6 FTWtr
.7 FIW 29.35 .20 63 15 ..k
.. .. 67 .. B47.5 FTJapnAl 1.2 FJP 45.20 .27 +111 15 ..k
.. .. 16 .. A28.9 FTLatAm 2.5 FLN 23.24 +.04 +152 28 ..k
.. .. 65 .. C 37.0 FTLCpCr 1.7 FEX 36.66 .20 36 55 ..k
.. .. 63 .. D36.3 FTLgCpGrw 1.2 FTC 35.91 .23 +97 40 ..k
.. .. 65 .. B NH FTLCpVa 2.1 FTA 36.31 .21 +14 74 ..k
.. .. 49 .. B28.5 FTMatlr 2.9 FXZ 27.46 .19 59 48 ..
.. .. 65 .. BNH FTMCpCr 1.1 FNX 44.35 .30 +18 67 ..k
.. .. 59 .. D+24.8 FTMdCpG .7 FNY 24.23 .18 +13 6 ..k
.. .. 68 .. C+ 26.6 FTMdCpVa 1.3 FNK 26.28 .16 81 1 ..k
.. .. 32 .. B22.3 FTMLPEn 6.4 FEI 20.24 .13 20 130 ..
.. .. 13 .. D20.6 FTMort 6.5 FMY 15.65 .05 66 10 ..k
.. .. 47 .. D 21.9 FTMStrDv 3.6 FDL 21.35 .03 5 235 ..k
.. .. 63 .. BNH FTMulCp .8 FAD 39.12 .25 6 5 ..k
.. .. 68 .. A 39.9 FTMulCp 1.7 FAB 39.69 .22 46 11 ..k
.. .. 48 .. B+ 24.5 FTNAEnr 2.6 EMLP 23.89 .22 57 77 ..k
.. .. 72 .. B+ 32.6 FTNqAba 1.5 QABA 31.93 .25 +351 84 ..k
.. .. 72 .. C NH FTNqCeS 1.1 FONE 29.44 +.16 68 2 ..k
.. .. 94 .. B+ 15.8 FTNqClG 1.0 QCLN 15.39 .24 +33 79 ..k
.. .. 53 .. B34.1 FTNqClSm 1.6 GRID 32.74 .05 43 1 ..k
.. .. 83 .. C 37.2 FTNqGlb .9 CARZ 36.09 .56 +64 51 ..k
.. .. 66 .. B+ 32.0 FTN100 .9 QQEW 31.80 .09 55 25 ..
.. .. 70 .. B31.3 FTN100E 1.0 QQXT 31.08 .03 40 15 ..k
.. .. 63 .. B NH FTN100 1.0 QTEC 30.36 ... 37 23 ..k
.. .. 25 .. E 21.2 FirstTrPr 3.8 FPE 19.39 +.01 13 54 99
.. .. 30 .. B+ 27.5 FTSKor
.4 FKO 23.80 .10 +596 16 ..k
.. .. 39 .. B+ 21.3 FTREITn 2.0 FRI 19.38 ... 51 284 ..k

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Accumulation/Distribution (3 mos)
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Vol% Vol P

6 6 6 6 6 High Stock % Yield Symbol Price Chg Chg 1000 E


.. .. 73 .. C+ 42.4 FTSmCpC 1.1 FYX 42.10 .18 +16 63 ..k
.. .. 67 .. B 26.0 FTSmCpG .3 FYC 25.85 .09 42 3 ..k
.. .. 77 .. B+ 28.1 FTSmCpV .9 FYT 27.98 .10 63 11 ..k
.. .. 28 .. E 12.8 FirstTrS 4.3 FDD 11.79 +.07 72 9 ..k
.. .. 17 .. E 18.0 FTStrHi2 9 FHY 15.51 .14 37 32 ..k
.. .. 55 .. C+ 36.6 FTSzAl
2.7 FSZ 35.79 .05 19 5 ..k
.. .. 65 .. B+ 25.9 FTTechl
.7 FXL 25.72 .14 6 120 ..k
.. .. 49 .. B 20.8 FTUtils 4.1 FXU 20.52 .08 +52 436 ..k
.. .. 54 .. B20.6 FstTrVL 2.5 FVD 20.33 .07 31 129 ..k
.. .. 66 .. ANH FstTrVL
.7 FVL 16.19 .07 79 1 ..k
.. .. 55 .. D22.8 FTVIFTN 2.2 TDIV 22.67 +.04 +6 121 ..
.. .. 38 .. C+ 22.6 FTVIMlt 6.3 MDIV 21.51 .14 16 254 ..
.. .. 31 .. C+ 16.9 FirstTrstS 6.8 FCT 15.52 .08 46 54 ..
.. .. 32 .. E 50.8 FTSnLnF 4.2 FTSL 49.71 .04 +80 23 99
91 95 66 C A7.6 FrstUntd .5 r FUBC 7.47 +.01 14 52 43k
48 80 54 D C 9.0 FrstUntd
FUNC 7.58 +.08 +23 8 6k
71 60 46 C A 17.8 FirstWs 4.4 FWV 17.12 .58 +999 4 12k
87 99 74 C B 15.0 Firstba 1.7 FBMI 13.82 +.06 84 0.8 11k
61 22 96 E B NH FstBancHld
FBP 8.19 +.20 +3 396 ..
7 46 12 C D51.1 Firsten 5.7 FE 38.33 .12 +35 4.3m 11
.. .. 65 .. ANH FirsthdTchVl SVVC 20.58 .03 48 21 ..k
81 71 86 C B21.5 Frstmer 3.1 FMER 20.90 .26 +12 1.5m 16
44 45 42 C B+ 34.8 Firstser 1.3 FSRV 31.85 .23 58 12 20k
77 74 60 C B NH FrstSrce 2.6 SRCE 26.17 +.18 +32 38 12k
79 85 58 A D91.8 Fiserv
FISV 91.03 .21 24 455 17
89 66 83 C B 41.8 FisherC 1.5 r FSCI 41.30 .06 66 12 24
.. .. 76 .. B 37.7 FishrEnhBigCp FBG 37.13 .35 39 35 1
36 39 70 .. B43.0 FiveBelow FIVE.39.22 .14 43 329 76o
6 1 12 .. D 15.7 FiveOaks 15 OAKS 12.42 .09 59 33 14k
31 35 58 D B6.9 FiveStar
FVE 5.98 .05 36 294 25
41 38 54 B B 20.4 Flagstar
.0 FBC 14.50 .15 40 223 13
.. .. 14 .. E 12.9 FlrtyPf
8.1 PFO 10.74 .02 +15 42 ..
.. .. 19 .. .. 25.2 Flaherty& 8.3 DFP 22.65 .47 55 52 99
.. .. 15 .. E 15.8 Flaherty& 8.0 PFD 13.44 +.03 61 13 ..
.. .. 19 .. E 21.9 Flah&Crm 8.8 FFC 18.54 .11 39 130 ..
.. .. 18 .. E 22.4 Flah&CrmT 8.5 FLC 19.18 .10 30 35 ..
46 9 84 E B 6.5 FlamelTech FLML 6.06 .08 78 22 ..
64 83 73 D E 14.0 FlaniganEntp BDL 9.46 +.01 99 0.2 10k
96 99 94 A D+89.87FleetcorTech FLT 84.94 1.19 44 464 25
96 80 89 A C 34.77Fleetmatics FLTX.32.49 .53 +2 202 58
11 4 31 E B1.7 FlexibleSol
FSI 1.04 .07 +999 128 ..k
.. .. 30 .. B 25.9 Flx3yTgt 2.3 TDTT 25.10 +.04 56 120 ..
.. .. 25 .. B26.8 Flx5yTg 1.5 TDTF 25.14 +.04 30 31 ..
.. .. 25 .. E 36.9 FlxGlbU 1.1 GUNR 32.76 +.15 +147 775 ..
.. .. 35 .. B+ 26.4 FlxshrQlt .0 IQDF 24.91 +.03 +589 127 99
.. .. 32 .. D26.2 FlxQltyD .0 IQDE 24.59 .01 61 2 99
.. .. 48 .. C 58.7 FxshrMo .0 TLTD 56.51 +.06 +195 108 1
.. .. 24 .. B56.0 FxshrMo .0 TLTE 49.06 +.04 59 17 ..
.. .. 59 .. A 39.4 FSQulDvD1.0 QDEF 30.35 .04 67 3 1
.. .. 63 .. B+ 31.0 FSQualDi 1.1 QDF 30.72 .14 35 25 1
.. .. 32 .. E 75.3 FlexRdAc .3 RAVI 75.10 .09 99 0.1 1
.. .. 65 .. B 72.8 FlxUsMkt .9 TILT 72.24 .33 +334 92 ..
58 77 62 C C+ 26.3 Flexste 2.4 FLXS 25.25 .20 1 11 13
52 40 74 D B+ NH Flextronics r FLEX 7.94 .01 14 4.0m 9
89 75 84 C A29.6 FLIRSys 1.2 r FLIR 29.04 .32 44 698 18
72 29 93 B A 20.0 FlotekInd
r FTK 19.24 .38 8 530 30
16 7 40 C C 4.1 FlowIntl
FLOW 3.80 .06 50 152 18
95 93 90 B B24.2 Flowers 1.9 FLO.23.64 +.09 49 550 28
75 85 67 B C 57.8 Flowser 3.0 FLS 55.18 .11 +29 1.2m 18
30 43 43 D D 20.0 Fluidigm
FLDM 16.88 .12 46 52 ..k
55 73 51 B C 66.9 Fluor
1.0 r FLR 61.17 .67 33 1.1m 13
53 59 62 C BNH Flushing 2.9 r FFIC 17.88 .06 +4 122 15k
66 96 39 A C 17.4 FlyLeas 4.8 FLY 14.63 ... +147 1.1m 3
57 82 46 A C 65.0 FMC
.9 FMC 61.58 .94 24 644 17
88 82 74 A B 59.3 FMCTech
FTI 56.62 1.15 7 1.3m 30
51 94 23 A B126 Fomento 1.5 FMX 100.1 1.88 +30 891 22
35 12 50 B B 7.9 Fonarrs
FONR 6.20 .11 51 22 7
17 52 19 B C+ 7.2 FoodTech
VIFL 5.02 +.03 +29 3 15k
74 91 46 B B37.7 FootLoc 2.2 r FL 36.41 .70 21 2.0m 14o
47 20 81 E A+4.9 ForbesEnergy FES 4.51 +.01 72 36 ..k
88 61 89 B B17.3 Ford
2.4
F 16.60 .52 +47 63m 11
.. .. 57 .. D 28.6 ForenscAcctg FLAG 28.62 ... 97 0.1 99
24 41 50 D E 20.4 ForestCity r FCEA 18.15 +.22 +180 3.1m ..
33 11 70 E BNH ForestLabs
FRX 43.37 .61 23 1.3m 92
4 8 16 D B9.3 ForestOil
FST 5.18 +.38 +242 14m 15
77 73 77 C C 25.1 Forestar
FOR.21.91 .04 28 212 54
82 48 93 D A+NH Formfactor FORM 7.58 +.63 +199 1.6m ..
90 79 84 B B NH Formula 1.1 FORTY 23.06 .06 86 0.4 10
53 34 72 C B39.8 Forrest 1.6 r FORR 38.50 .13 60 38 34
35 62 11 B D+9.6 Fortegra
FRF 7.05 .09 0 30 8k
67 88 30 A B28.2 Fortinet
FTNT 19.94 .06 52 1.0m 37
93 80 92 A B7.7 7Fortress 3.3 FIG 7.22 +.03 49 666 27
32 82 24 B B6.0 FortunaSilver FSM 3.50 +.18 19 221 15
83 98 89 C E 44.0 Fortune 1.0 FBHS.41.12 .46 38 851 39
48 45 78 B E 32.5 ForumEnrgy FET 29.84 .20 +75 693 18
74 61 58 B C 41.9 Forward 1.0 FWRD 39.77 .16 +1 96 22k
68 80 69 D A2.2 ForwardInd FORD 1.91 +.01 +27 18 ..
90 94 74 A C+ 115 Fossil
r FOSL 108.2 +.16 5 677 19
61 77 70 C D+46.5 FosterLB .3 FSTR 45.20 +.05 36 15 15
11 9 42 D D27.1 FosterWhl FWLT 21.87 .15 51 506 16
68 77 59 D B+ NH FoxChase 1.3 FXCB 18.06 +.49 23 20 36k
80 99 32 A B 37.1 Francseca FRAN 29.01 .32 64 462 26o
22 73 17 C B 61.6 FrancoNe 1.8 FNV 39.68 +1.97 12 401 34
93 70 80 C A NH FranklinCovy r FC 15.51 +.04 18 60 28
82 83 75 B C 38.8 FrankEl .8 FELE 37.90 .12 +1 145 23k
48 66 47 C D18.9 FrnklnF .0 r FRNK 18.73 ... 0 26 31k
53 83 44 A E 169 FrankRes .3 BEN 144.9 +.49 10 985 15
26 24 51 B C+ 15.3 Frankln 5.4 FSP 13.96 +.01 22 647 53
.. .. 18 .. D+15.9 FrTmpLtd 6.7 FTF 12.91 .12 17 89 ..k
.. .. 23 .. D 7.8 Frankli
6.4 FT 7.05 +.01 +43 104 ..
51 64 75 D B 17.6 Freds
1.4 FRED 16.75 .19 48 80 17o
9 37 12 B B43.7 Freeport 4.4 FCX 28.26 +.13 54 8.4m 8
48 28 83 .. B 17.4 Freescale
FSL 14.84 .42 34 967 ..
1 1 1 E E 5.8 FreeSeas .0 FREE .35 .03 +36 804 ..k
7 20 7 D D25.2 Freight 1.4 RAIL 16.72 .34 +34 131 29
83 99 55 C A11.0 FreqElec .0 FEIM 10.12 .55 4 13 17k
28 64 20 B D39.1 FresenM 1.0 FMS 32.75 +.18 62 95 18
19 28 48 D C 28.7 FreshDe 1.8 r FDP 27.87 .28 +8 219 12k
91 89 61 A B65.7 FreshMrkt
TFM 54.26 +.25 34 392 38o
22 44 33 D B 12.0 FriedmI 3.2 FRD 9.98 +.11 +84 23 11k
5 21 1 .. E 1.0 Friendfinder FFN .25 .01 64 43 ..k
37 37 46 E B+ 23.3 Frischs 3.4 r FRS 18.79 +.20 66 5 15k
15 26 25 D C+ 5.2 Frontie
9 FTR 4.10 +.02 +86 17m 15
3 12 5 E C 4.5 Frontlne
FRO 2.00 .02 45 668 ..o
79 48 95 E B+ 2.5 FrozenFood FFEX 2.07 +.01 +999 1.0m ..k
.. .. 16 .. E 16.8 FtDearb 4.9 FDI 14.23 ... 24 22 ..k
64 89 52 D B8.0 FrstCmn 3.1 FCF 7.77 .18 13 349 18k
68 54 54 B B+ 33.6 FrstFncl 2.9 THFF 33.23 +.02 +20 27 13k
.. .. 8 .. C 32.2 FTCopp 3.7 CU 20.95 +.33 90 1 ..
.. .. 11 .. E 17.1 FTPlat
.4 PLTM 11.55 .06 91 0.7 ..k
.. .. 37 .. C 18.7 FTRNG
.4 FCG 16.80 +.06 74 181 ..k
88 72 81 C A+NH FrstMer 1.1 FRME 18.64 +.20 +36 164 14
61 61 74 D D+39.0 FTIConsult
FCN 36.40 .58 38 156 14
28 15 74 E B19.4 FuelSys
FSYS 18.77 .23 53 81 99
6 20 16 D B5.6 FuelTech
FTEK 3.97 +.02 50 31 99
56 17 85 E B1.6 FuelClErgy FCEL 1.28 +.02 51 1.8m ..o
33 38 36 A D8.5 FullCircl 11 FULL 8.03 +.01 +4 65 10
30 56 20 D C 4.0 FullHseR
FLL 2.72 ... 71 18 14k
80 81 68 B C 42.5 FullerHB 1.0 FUL 40.86 +.25 +19 259 17o

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6 6 6 6 6 High
49 59 58 C C 12.3
82 37 95 D A 42.3
58 36 85 D C NH
1 23 1 E E 12.7
23 41 7 B B 32.6
92 82 81 B B+ NH
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Vol% Vol P
Stock % Yield Symbol Price Chg Chg 1000 E

FultonF 2.7 r FULT 11.92


FuriexPhar FURX 39.11
Furmanite
FRM 7.78
FurntrB
.0 FBN 4.12
FusionIo
FIO 14.41
Futuref
2.9 FF 15.21
FuweiFilm FFHL 1.01

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39 64 51
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39 29 80 E C 4.4 GFIGrp 4.6 GFIG 4.34 .02 42 164 62
96 98 90 B B+ 52.3 GIIIApparel GIII 48.76 .09 54 102 16o
80 96 66 A C 48.1 GNCHdgs 1.3 r GNC.47.34 +.32 21 1.0m 19
92 76 86 B B27.8 GPStrat
GPX 27.33 .09 +40 65 24
3 28 3 D C 11.5 GSEHldng
GSE 5.17 .02 36 40 7k
3 20 6 E E 2.6 GSESys
GVP 1.54 .01 53 20 ..k
16 43 24 D C 11.1 GSI
GSIG 8.64 .10 39 68 39k
29 31 53 E B+ 6.9 GSITech
GSIT 6.52 .12 +35 83 50k
7 7 32 E C 10.4 GSVCapital GSVC 8.23 +.10 45 81 ..
66 20 84 C A 7.1 GTAdvcTch GTAT 5.00 +.42 +80 6.6m ..
45 30 30 B D+9.2 GWPharma GWPH 8.95 ... 94 2 14k
96 98 86 C A 7.3 GWilliF
WILC 7.05 .10 57 8 12
82 82 89 C C+ 54.4 G&KSvc 1.5 GK 52.83 +.08 +47 86 20
.. .. 48 .. D 7.2 Gabelli 7.7 GCV 6.21 .08 14 21 ..k
.. .. 61 .. B20.4 GabDvIn 5.4 GDV 19.99 +.08 33 165 ..k
.. .. 63 .. C 7.1 GabelliE 8.1 GAB 6.91 .03 50 193 ..k
.. .. 21 .. B24.1 GabGlUt 6.1 GLU 19.68 .05 24 22 ..k
.. .. 69 .. B10.1 GabelliMul 8.3 GGT 9.69 .14 +105 179 ..k
.. .. 19 .. D+8.5 GabUtil
9 GUT 6.64 .07 4 115 ..k
1 7 4 D E 5.2 Gafisa
GFA 2.51 +.01 72 557 ..
52 38 82 E A 5.0 GaiamA
GAIA 4.90 ... 83 8 99
69 34 81 D A 6.7 GainCap 3.2 GCAP 6.22 .08 37 109 25k
56 14 97 .. B5.2 GalectinTher GALT 4.64 +.02 42 26 ..k
22 36 19 .. D3.0 GalenaBiophr GALE 1.82 +.03 +29 2.3m ..
70 75 65 A C 45.9 Gallaghr 3.1 AJG 44.72 .63 +5 523 24
.. .. 10 .. C+ 14.8 GamcoGl 13 GGN 10.32 +.08 44 387 ..k
62 64 54 A B58.9 GAMCO .4 r GBL 53.84 .07 +142 44 17k
.. .. 9 .. C 16.4 GamNtRs 12 GNT 11.11 +.08 2 113 ..k
91 66 97 D A NH Gamestop 2.5 GME 43.84 +.36 10 3.5m 13o
62 65 58 B C 9.1 GamPtrs .0 r GPIC 8.08 .02 86 2 12k
80 59 88 B C 26.8 Gannett 3.1 GCI 26.22 .31 50 1.9m 11
93 95 82 A A+45.4 Gap
1.3 r GPS 44.67 .20 43 2.1m 17o
59 53 69 C C+ 76.6 Gardner
.3 GDI 75.90 ... +8 528 14
31 26 31 B A43.3 Garmin 4.9 r GRMN 36.43 .47 25 782 13
15 14 30 D B15.9 Garrison .0 GARS 14.89 .05 73 16 ..k
92 88 65 A B+ 61.9 Gartner
IT 60.17 .89 4 326 33
39 77 33 C C 10.8 GasNat 5.3 EGAS 10.10 .02 +59 68 16k
68 69 61 C B14.0 GasLog 3.3 GLOG 13.51 .12 13 162 79o
88 80 98 C A3.6 GastarE
GST 3.38 +.11 58 299 30
15 26 30 B E 54.2 GATX
2.7 GMT 45.39 .21 +52 425 16
81 91 65 B B14.3 GazitGl 3.5 GZT 13.60 ... 70 4 8o
.. .. 29 .. B12.2 GDLFund 11 GDL 11.53 .07 32 32 ..k
33 11 39 D B+ 21.0 Geeknet
GKNT 16.97 +2.04 +143 82 99k
3 10 2 E B4.5 GenShp
GNK 1.65 .03 44 549 ..
31 29 39 E A 7.9 Gencorn
GENC 7.46 +.05 22 8 24k
53 20 96 .. C+ 17.5 GenCorp
GY 16.85 .15 46 451 ..o
99 94 94 A A NH 7Generac .0 GNRC.41.49 +.24 7 1.2m 12
.. .. 61 .. B+ NH GenlAmI .5 GAM 33.36 .10 43 13 ..k
8 17 31 D E 37.1 GenCable 2.3 BGC 31.03 +.05 53 311 15
52 99 31 D D10.4 GenCmm GNCMA 9.22 .03 +87 307 32k
66 47 73 C B+ NH GenDyna 2.7 GD 83.01 .55 +67 3.1m 12
37 61 46 C D 24.5 General 3.2 r GE 23.43 .20 4 38m 16
26 28 59 D C 5.2 GenFin
GFN 4.70 .01 86 0.9 29
18 58 46 E E 23.3 GenGrwth 2.3 GGP 21.32 +.04 53 1.7m ..
62 65 67 B C 51.6 GeneralM 3.0 GIS 51.15 .07 40 2.2m 19o
8 30 6 .. B4.3 GenMoly
GMO 1.97 ... 58 105 ..
64 25 87 C B NH GenMotors
GM 36.18 .32 +8 16m 12
6 18 25 E B+ 1.4 GenSteeln
GSI .96 .03 65 28 ..o
81 83 67 B B+ 75.8 Genesco
r GCO 71.47 1.03 35 109 14o
81 94 77 A E 94.8 GeneseWym GWR.91.16 .79 47 274 28
86 86 90 B C 56.0 Genesis 3.8 GEL 53.90 1.64 +16 308 47
7 8 12 E E 4.8 GeneticTc GENE 2.42 .07 89 10 ..
47 41 75 D B 12.2 GenieEnr 1.9 GNE 10.60 .23 17 59 ..
31 51 39 D D 16.0 GenMark GNMK 10.13 .09 42 257 ..
30 14 55 C C 39.0 GenomicHlth GHDX 34.76 .96 53 116 99
82 62 73 A B21.3 Genpact .0
G 20.71 .19 35 538 21
15 8 27 D A 0.7 GenlEmplymt JOB .37 .01 99 0.1 ..k
81 67 75 B C+ 25.4 Gentex 2.3 r GNTX 24.38 .05 +11 980 20
97 84 91 A B19.9 Gentherm THRM 19.03 .27 41 176 24
61 80 23 C B 12.8 Gentium
GENT 8.74 +.44 99 0.2 46
24 31 58 D C 12.9 GntvaHlth GTIV 10.25 +.13 19 201 8
75 73 76 B C+ 85.4 Genuine 2.6 GPC 84.19 .33 27 588 20
5 15 1 E E 2.3 GenVec
GNVC .45 +.04 31 138 ..k
85 74 97 E B12.9 Genworth GNW 12.78 .04 43 5.2m 12
68 89 77 C C+ 39.4 GeoGroup 5.8 GEO 34.68 .28 46 300 21
13 45 6 E C+ 0.2 GeoPetro
GPR .07 +.00 +117 33 ..
60 57 59 D C+ 14.3 GrgtBc 1.1 r GTWN 14.00 .22 59 0.9 25k
76 97 44 A C 113 Geospac .0 GEOS 77.61 +.17 34 110 18
1 5 4 D E 10.8 GerdauA .9 GGB 5.83 +.09 15 5.0m 16
82 80 64 B B 25.4 GermAm 2.4 GABC 25.17 +.19 +123 40 13k
47 44 58 D A3.0 Geron
GERN 1.49 +.01 53 430 ..
25 47 50 D C+ 23.0 GettyRl 3.7 GTY 21.34 .04 21 57 50
13 43 18 E B4.7 Gevo
r GEVO 1.97 .02 57 430 ..
93 74 89 A D 8.6 GiantIn 5.3 GA 7.71 .27 63 539 8
18 26 56 D D 20.0 Gibraltar
ROCK 15.93 .33 38 70 26k
8 43 18 E D+2.2 GigaTronics GIGA 1.32 .05 90 2 ..k
20 32 26 E D+1.2 Gigamedia GIGM .97 .03 +41 45 ..o
16 5 42 .. .. 33.0 Gigamon
GIMO 29.49 1.96 61 427 99
29 32 57 D A2.7 Gigoptix
GIG 1.46 .07 76 42 36k
57 32 81 D A 6.2 GilatSatNet GILT 5.90 +.13 40 20 15o
87 92 73 B B 43.3 Gildan
.8 GIL 42.46 .35 43 151 17
98 78 92 A B58.1 GileadS .0 GILD 57.14 .52 22 8.5m 28
31 55 26 C B 19.5 GivenImg
GIVN 15.51 +.03 +17 160 21
83 72 90 C B23.8 Glacier 2.6 GBCI 23.21 .19 +33 485 20
21 38 28 B D+9.5 GldstnC 9 GLAD 8.73 .01 20 75 9k
19 20 35 C D+21.3 Gladsto 7.8 GOOD 19.12 +.07 33 69 ..k
52 66 31 A C+ 8.1 GladstI 8.0 GAIN 7.48 .05 +40 141 11
31 11 38 B B18.7 Gladsto 8.8 LAND 16.38 .05 0 25 99k
73 44 88 D B27.4 Glatfel
1.5 GLT 27.13 +.03 40 119 22
57 43 52 B C 54.0 GlaxoSm 4.5 GSK 51.87 .75 4 2.2m 14
.. .. 34 .. C 15.6 GblXChC 1.2 CHIQ 13.90 +.17 74 36 ..
.. .. 28 .. B15.6 GblXChi 1.8 CHIE 13.62 +.01 +35 2 ..k
.. .. 21 .. E 13.5 GblXChi 1.6 CHII 10.32 .01 79 0.4 ..k
.. .. 7 .. E 14.5 GlbXCpM 4.7 COPX 8.95 +.07 54 18 ..k
.. .. 4 .. D+25.8 GlbXSil
1.6 SIL 12.63 +.52 32 137 ..
13 7 27 E B+ 19.6 Gleacher .0 GLCH 13.94 +.25 82 3 ..k
34 52 49 D D 13.0 GlenBur 3.3 GLBZ 12.18 .03 +7 2 13k
18 25 37 D D 13.3 Glimcher 3.5 GRT 11.47 +.02 13 673 ..k
37 26 85 C .. NH GlobBrssCop BRSS 16.69 +.39 30 157 34k
23 37 17 B B 8.5 GlobCash
GCA 6.52 +.02 9 502 7
34 8 43 .. B+ NH GlobalEagleEt ENT 10.43 +.13 5 164 ..k
34 8 90 E B 6.5 GlbGeoph
GGS 4.49 .01 38 149 ..
.. .. 11 .. B 13.3 GlobalH 8.1 GHI 10.86 .08 36 60 ..k
48 57 69 E C+ NH GlobalIndy r GBLI 25.66 .15 0 22 21k
88 78 88 B B 41.0 GlobalP 5.8 GLP 40.41 +.21 38 37 18
66 80 43 A B51.2 GlobalP .2 r GPN 47.81 .18 34 466 13
38 49 37 D A 22.2 GlbPrEq 2.0 GLPW 17.82 +.32 44 32 30
18 15 66 D D4.9 GlbShipL
GSL 4.27 +.30 +571 427 10k
50 48 33 B B8.5 GlblSrcs
GSOL 6.98 ... 52 17 7
15 8 36 D .. 4.5 GloblTeleTech GTT 4.33 +.01 48 10 ..k
.. .. 15 .. C+ 21.8 GlobalX 1.4 BRAQ 16.71 .17 +113 21 ..k

IBD Composite Rating


Earnings Per Share Growth Rating
Relative Price Strength Rating
Sales+Profit Margins+ROE
Accumulation/Distribution (3 mos)
52-wk

Dividend Stock Close

Vol% Vol P

6 6 6 6 6 High Stock % Yield Symbol Price Chg Chg 1000 E


.. .. 8 .. C 14.4 GlblXBrz 4.7 BRAF 10.53 +.28 +40 2 ..k
.. .. 10 .. B16.8 GlXBraz 3.5 BRAZ 13.00 .13 69 3 ..k
.. .. 21 .. D+16.0 GXCanad 3.7 CNPF 13.43 +.02 64 13 ..k
.. .. 23 .. D 14.7 GlbXChi 3.2 CHIX 11.57 .10 +16 24 ..k
.. .. 13 .. D 19.5 GlblXCh 3.9 CHIM 13.55 .01 73 0.7 ..k
.. .. 76 .. BNH GXChnTe .5 QQQC 16.77 +.16 +81 3 ..k
.. .. 18 .. B14.9 GXFert/P 1.3 SOIL 12.35 .13 35 14 ..k
.. .. 10 .. C 15.3 GlbXFts 2.1 AND 11.88 +.06 69 2 ..k
.. .. 32 .. B18.7 GXFtse 2.1 ARGT 16.79 +.05 96 0.1 ..k
.. .. 34 .. B19.0 GlbXFts 2.2 ASEA 17.18 .05 88 12 ..k
.. .. 21 .. B22.8 GXFtseCol 2.3 GXG 19.36 +.23 47 112 ..k
.. .. 28 .. E 22.6 GXFtseG .1 GREK 15.20 +.38 73 41 ..k
.. .. 51 .. B22.3 GXFtseNor 2.3 GXF 21.41 +.07 68 4 ..k
.. .. 3 .. D 37.6 GlbXGol 40 GLDX 14.14 +.85 15 38 ..k
.. .. 4 .. D 35.3 GXJrM 61 JUNR 16.51 +.27 73 3 ..k
.. .. 38 .. C 16.4 GXJrMl 7.0 MLPJ 15.90 .12 +89 14 99
.. .. 14 .. B+ 16.4 GlobalXL 2.9 LIT 11.87 .11 +9 22 ..
.. .. 45 .. BNH GlobalX 6.8 MLPA 16.49 .17 4 35 ..
.. .. 30 .. D+16.8 GXNigeria
NGE 15.14 +.34 88 2 99
.. .. 38 .. C 16.3 GlXN30 2.7 NORW 15.38 +.13 58 16 ..k
.. .. 24 .. B26.2 GXPerm .0 PERM 23.56 +.02 87 1 ..k
.. .. 3 .. E 25.7 GXPrGl .5 GGGG 10.95 +.42 +13 3 ..k
.. .. 63 .. B+ 15.7 GXSoclM .0 SOCL 15.57 .13 +23 5 ..k
.. .. 30 .. B+ 24.3 GXSupe 7.9 SDIV 22.19 +.02 34 286 ..
.. .. 35 .. D26.8 GXSuperd 6.9 DIV 25.73 .11 43 23 99
.. .. 27 .. E 15.5 GXSprIn 7.5 SPFF 14.58 ... 85 6 ..k
.. .. 72 .. A NH GXTopGu .0 GURU 21.80 .11 55 41 ..
.. .. 17 .. D+25.0 GlbXUra 6.4 URA 17.35 +.10 56 29 ..
35 54 39 D C 2.2 GlblScp
.0 GSB 1.69 .01 38 11 84k
10 25 8 B D+17.2 GlobSpec 2.2 r GSM 11.38 +.12 8 526 23o
41 34 78 D C+ NH Globecom GCOM 14.23 +.08 7 58 23
47 11 99 D B+ NH GlobalT
.0 GAI 12.85 +.47 +264 57 ..k
5 14 6 D B3.2 GlobsMr 18 GLBS 1.88 .02 96 0.3 ..
93 92 70 A A19.9 GlobusMed GMED 17.64 +.06 45 315 21o
12 41 2 D C+ 2.3 Glowpoint GLOW .91 .01 24 12 ..k
12 1 14 D B 5.8 GluMobilen GLUU 2.75 +.21 +116 3.3m ..
11 7 10 D .. 16.7 Gogo
GOGO 13.30 .70 +94 2.3m ..
3 7 2 E E 7.7 GolInAir
GOL 3.43 .03 +57 3.7m ..
44 80 23 B D+43.6 Golar 5.1 GLNG.35.20 .23 45 411 11o
54 55 47 B C+ 36.0 GolrLgP 6.1 GMLP 33.86 .29 36 76 8o
3 52 3 D C 12.0 GoldFie
4.8 GFI 5.43 +.31 21 3.7m 10o
6 4 2 B D 25.9 GoldRes 4.8 GORO 7.49 +.22 +59 847 14
6 37 2 .. C 2.5 GoldStrdVentr GSV .65 +.01 25 76 ..
11 54 9 C C+ 47.4 Goldcorp 2.2 GG 27.16 +1.40 +17 9.0m 14x
36 45 42 D A3.7 GoldEntA 3.3 GLDC 3.63 .01 11 3 20k
3 45 2 D D+7.2 GoldenMin AUMN 1.43 +.10 33 235 ..
1 23 1 D E 2.1 GoldStr
GSS .51 +.03 59 1.5m ..
20 31 24 B B5.7 Goldfield
GV 2.26 ... 82 62 5
79 71 79 A B 168 GoldmanS 1.2 GS 160.2 2.76 +62 6.0m 9o
.. .. 37 .. B+ 52.2 GSCnct
GSC 47.72 +.07 20 15 99k
83 85 59 A B NH GolubCap 7.1 GBDC 18.12 .10 67 162 14
48 17 82 E B 3.6 GoodTimes GTIM 2.85 +.03 +22 7 ..
13 12 50 E D+16.2 GoodrPet
GDP 13.59 +.30 22 583 ..
85 98 85 C B+ NH Goodyear
GT 16.51 .19 33 3.4m 8
98 91 81 A B928 7Google
GOOG.919.6 5.08 15 1.9m 22
41 42 59 B A21.1 Gordmans GMAN 14.89 +.16 +21 77 15o
42 30 55 C B+ 33.8 GormanR 1.2 GRC 32.86 .53 47 15 26
35 40 43 B B 27.3 GovtPrp 6.6 GOV 26.05 .12 27 398 24
87 82 82 B B 87.6 GraceWR
GRA 84.95 1.75 +7 575 20
97 88 84 A B+ 68.5 Graco 1.5 r GGG 67.62 .31 45 122 25
2 11 13 C D11.5 GraftechIntl GTI 7.21 +.04 48 806 10
94 72 94 B A33.0 Graham .4 GHM 32.53 .01 41 24 31
38 42 90 .. B5.3 GramercyProp GPT 4.81 +.04 +44 559 ..
83 98 71 B B 6.7 GranTragn
GTE 6.19 +.11 44 505 11
99 97 93 A A 36.57GrandCnyn LOPE.35.26 .83 +11 501 21
17 7 42 D C 37.7 Granite 1.7 GVA 30.71 .05 58 89 34
95 99 82 C A 8.7 GraphPkg
GPK 8.50 .11 +33 2.5m 20
12 20 11 D D1.8 GravityCo GRVY 1.13 .02 86 7 ..
79 10 99 B A 9.0 GrayTelA GTNA 8.21 .54 +105 8 20k
81 10 99 B A+9.4 GrayTV
GTN 8.64 .45 +67 1.4m 21
21 3 53 D B10.1 GrtLake 1.0 GLDD 8.08 .04 49 223 ..
18 30 38 B C 86.3 GrtNorI
13 GNI 72.15 +1.35 +59 19 6k
1 12 2 C C 2.5 GrtPanthrSilvr GPL .83 .03 46 267 41
60 89 44 C B+ 24.4 GrtPlnsE 3.6 GXP 24.06 .10 23 885 15
58 39 56 A B31.8 GrtSthrn 2.4 GSBC 29.43 .09 +34 26 8k
87 88 87 C BNH 7Greatbatch GB 35.69 +.09 1 116 19
.. .. 27 .. C+ 13.4 Greater 1.7 GCH 11.49 +.02 +5 28 ..k
80 61 85 A B+ 24.0 GreenDotA GDOT 20.07 +.12 45 174 15
96 99 99 A C 83.0 GrnMtnCof r GMCR 72.01 1.18 +8 5.0m 25
22 15 71 D E 25.3 Greenbri
GBX 22.18 +.18 28 297 13o
56 81 37 B B 27.1 GreenCn 3.3 GCBC 21.09 .38 73 0.3 14k
.. .. 21 .. C 31.6 GrHCmdty
GCC 26.39 +.11 9 97 ..k
17 22 23 C B62.0 Greenhi 3.9 GHL 46.07 1.63 7 272 35
7 1 3 D E 2.6 Greenhunter GRH 1.10 +.10 +47 73 ..k
23 15 47 D C+ NH Greenlight GLRE 26.28 .11 5 128 99
15 48 5 C B19.7 GrnwyMed GWAY 11.62 +.26 26 116 99o
35 36 67 D B55.2 Greifin
3.1 GEF 54.21 .44 45 70 21o
24 30 62 D DNH GreifB 4.4 GEFB 57.55 +.05 62 1 22
65 66 49 D A34.3 Griffin
.6 GRIF 31.45 +.30 +32 7 78
40 56 65 E BNH Griffon
.8 GFF 12.29 +.09 49 81 40
89 97 73 A B31.6 Grifols
.7 GRFS 30.22 .48 81 143 25
90 80 98 E B 16.5 GreenPla
GPRE 15.84 +.50 +107 850 21
56 7 88 D B+ 9.4 GrouponA GRPN 8.31 .13 43 11m ..
81 85 64 B B 69.5 Grp1Auto .9 GPI 68.14 .42 +78 399 14
38 94 17 A D+18.0 GrpFinStdr BSMX.13.45 ... 33 1.6m 13
61 56 33 A B 29.2 GrupoTe .5 TV 25.14 .31 38 1.1m 23o
49 57 86 D D21.8 Gruma
GMK 18.46 .07 75 4 18k
74 87 47 A B34.8 GrupoAe .0 OMAB 25.49 .23 4 48 19k
27 47 29 B D 66.2 GrupoAe 8.1 PAC 51.16 +.16 47 36 20k
75 80 39 A B+ 141 GrupoAer 2.9 ASR 114.0 ... 21 74 21
38 73 29 A C 7.3 GrupoFi .0 GGAL 5.40 +.07 +53 108 2k
12 16 27 C B+ 15.4 GrupoSimec SIM 12.59 +.13 4 18 13k
51 15 84 E B 7.2 GTxInc
GTXI 5.77 .06 12 611 ..
28 55 46 C C 26.8 Guangshen 2.6 GSH 20.80 .42 19 17 13o
29 79 26 A D2.4 Guanwei .0 GPRC 1.41 .05 82 9 1k
59 28 78 C ANH Guaranty .8 GBNK 12.87 +1.15 23 23 25k
90 72 92 D B+ 14.5 GuarntyFd GFED 12.74 +.73 +216 6 14
40 29 72 C C+ 33.0 Guess
2.5 GES 31.83 .60 31 588 15o
.. .. 32 .. C 26.0 GggBlt2 3.7 BSJD 25.64 .03 +29 53 ..
.. .. 34 .. D+26.9 GggBlt2 4.1 BSJE 26.53 +.01 1 82 ..
.. .. 32 .. B27.4 GggBlt2 4.9 BSJF 26.59 ... +14 170 ..
.. .. 34 .. A 34.3 GgBlt20 4.5 BSJG 26.45 ... 14 53 ..
.. .. 34 .. B31.4 GggBlt2 4.4 BSJH 26.58 ... +4 69 ..
.. .. 30 .. B21.5 GggBlt20 1.8 BSCI 20.69 ... +54 86 ..
.. .. 34 .. B28.0 GggBlt20 5.1 BSJI 26.39 .04 8 43 ..
.. .. 28 .. C 21.4 GggBlt2 2.2 BSCJ 20.50 +.02 73 9 ..
.. .. 27 .. D 21.8 GggBlt2 2.8 BSCK 20.44 +.02 80 7 ..
.. .. 18 .. D+37.3 GuggBri 3.0 EEB 31.35 .06 +40 98 ..o
.. .. 18 .. D24.5 GuggBld 7.8 GBAB 21.09 .01 +67 115 ..
.. .. 25 .. C 17.8 GuggCan 3.2 ENY 14.35 +.01 +14 21 ..
.. .. 30 .. C 26.7 GuggChin 2.4 YAO 23.18 +.10 74 4 ..
.. .. 26 .. E 24.2 GuggChin 1.8 TAO 20.62 .22 74 13 ..o
.. .. 37 .. E 25.7 GuggChina 1.4 HAO 22.87 +.09 68 44 ..o
.. .. 73 .. B 27.3 GuggChi 1.6 CQQQ 26.67 +.12 41 6 ..
.. .. 35 .. .. 25.3 GugCredAlloc GGM 25.05 +.01 54 14 99
.. .. 51 .. B34.2 GuggDef 2.2 DEF 33.57 .14 46 34 ..
.. .. 32 .. A+50.3 GuggEnhSh1.0 GSY 50.07 .03 48 68 ..
.. .. 25 .. E 9.6 GugEnhEq 11 GPM 8.65 .03 40 41 ..k
.. .. 31 .. B19.4 GuggEnhc 8.9 GGE 17.82 .08 13 16 ..k
.. .. 28 .. C+ 20.0 GuggEwEn 9 GEQ 18.13 +.04 65 14 ..k

EXPANDED DATA TABLES

INVESTOR'S BUSINESS DAILY


IBD Composite Rating
Earnings Per Share Growth Rating
Relative Price Strength Rating
Sales+Profit Margins+ROE
Accumulation/Distribution (3 mos)
52-wk

6 6 6 6 6 High
.. .. 9 .. E 20.7
.. .. 65 .. B+ NH
.. .. 34 .. C+ 18.0
.. .. 65 .. BNH
.. .. 24 .. E 36.9
.. .. 39 .. B+ 25.2
.. .. 53 .. E 119
.. .. 63 .. B+ 42.0
.. .. 73 .. A40.8
.. .. 65 .. C NH
.. .. 73 .. A+29.6
.. .. 23 .. E 13.9
.. .. 51 .. D25.2
.. .. 64 .. B64.6
.. .. 68 .. B+ 61.6
.. .. 76 .. B+ NH
.. .. 63 .. C+ 86.4
.. .. 57 .. C 76.8
.. .. 71 .. B NH
.. .. 65 .. D 98.1
.. .. 65 .. D 70.2
.. .. 47 .. C 71.0
.. .. 71 .. B+ NH
.. .. 41 .. E 68.2
.. .. 73 .. A 72.5
.. .. 61 .. C 108
.. .. 73 .. BNH
.. .. 70 .. C NH
.. .. 79 .. BNH
.. .. 53 .. C 18.6
.. .. 96 .. B+ NH
.. .. 80 .. B NH
.. .. 28 .. D24.1
.. .. 63 .. B23.6
20 26 10 B E 13.1
90 66 88 B B NH
14 8 24 D C 31.7
19 33 65 D C 1.7
66 53 87 D C 49.2
39 18 88 C D+54.1
4 1 27 E C+ 76.0

Dividend Stock Close


Vol% Vol P
Stock % Yield Symbol Price Chg Chg 1000 E

GuggFrn 3.7 FRN 16.04


GuggInsd 1.4 NFO 42.15
GuggIntl 4.3 HGI 16.79
GuggMidC 1.0 CZA 41.05
GMMW 1.5 EWEM 31.77
GuggMlti 5.4 CVY 23.72
GugRusT50 2.1 XLG 118.9
GugRu10 1.5 EWRI 41.77
GgRs200 1.5 EWRS 40.71
GRMCW 1.3 EWRM 42.28
GuggRJE .3 RYJ 29.42
GuggS&P 7.3 LVL 12.40
GggS&PG 1.8 CGW 24.71
GugSP50 1.5 RSP 64.11
GugSP500 .7 RPG 60.94
GugSP50 1.4 RPV 42.60
GugSP5E 2.0 RHS 85.33
GgSP5EqW 1.0 RYE 73.52
GugSP5E 1.7 RYF 36.58
GugSP5E .5 RYH 97.23
GugSP5Eq 1.5 RGI 69.33
GugSP5E 1.8 RTM 68.05
GgSP5Eq .9 RYT 67.71
GugSP5E 3.5 RYU 64.75
GugSPEW 1.2 RCD 71.41
GugSPMdCp .9 RFG 106.3
GugSPMdC 1.2 RFV 45.54
GugSPSC .8 RZG 67.96
GugSPSmC 1.1 RZV 54.42
GuggShip 2.4 SEA 18.08
GuggSola 5.1 TAN 27.80
GuggSpnof .2 CSD 38.89
GuggStra 9 GOF 21.87
GuggTim 1.1 CUT 23.05
GuidSoft
GUID 9.10
Guidewire GWRE 44.75
GulfIsln 1.7 GIFI 22.86
GulfResrc r GURE 1.21
Gulfmark 2.1 r GLF 48.56
Gulfport
GPOR 48.33
Gyrodyne .0 GYRO 70.67

+.06 73 30 ..
.32 +119 33 ..
.03 75 8 ..
.24 +6 13 ..
+.02 55 2 ..k
.06 34 213 ..
.24 74 8 ..k
.23 54 6 ..k
.08 +333 17 ..k
.25 36 5 ..k
.10 +25 37 ..
+.01 46 42 ..
.06 27 33 ..
.32 12 710 ..
.38 +2 71 ..k
.21 +78 117 ..k
.13 +184 33 ..k
.73 93 0.7 ..k
.23 18 29 ..k
.73 54 3 ..k
.49 +256 30 ..k
.58 84 0.6 ..k
.10 +9 56 ..k
.29 +56 21 ..k
.51 +220 34 ..k
.80 +31 37 ..k
.05 39 7 ..k
.39 66 2 ..k
.27 25 14 ..k
.05 30 25 ..
+.24 +136 640 ..o
.34 +30 143 ..
.04 74 28 ..
+.10 67 25 ..
+.05 +19 82 41
.72 19 428 95o
.06 22 28 ..
+.01 10 77 3k
.11 2 162 55
.49 +46 2.1m 41
+.19 6 9 ..k

H
85 66 93 B C+ 24.4 HEEquip .0 HEES 22.53 1.00 10 156 21
.. .. 69 .. B21.0 HQLif 7.0 r HQL 19.34 .22 35 43 ..k
38 61 68 .. E 41.8 HCAHld
.0 HCA 38.86 +1.65 +172 10m 11
95 93 90 A C+ 36.0 HCIGro
2.7 HCI 32.93 +.15 21 166 8
21 21 42 .. .. 20.1 HDSupply
HDS 19.26 .06 53 2.2m ..
19 1 35 .. A 10.5 HF2FlMgtA HTWO 10.14 .01 94 0.7 ..
73 78 74 B B 21.1 HFF
.0 HF 19.57 +.17 48 73 18
76 58 73 A B 14.9 HLSSys
HOLI 12.85 +.04 74 45 13
48 39 99 D B 21.5 HMG
r HMG 19.11 +.24 +5 2 ..k
47 23 95 D B7.8 HMNFncl HMNF 6.55 +.01 47 2 19k
64 61 83 C B 40.7 HNI
2.4 HNI 39.54 .71 7 122 34
41 79 52 C E 58.7 HSBCHldg 4.2 HBC 55.11 .15 53 626 11
74 91 59 B D 60.9 HSN
1.2 HSNI 57.71 .24 49 86 20k
.. .. 79 .. ANH HQHlthc 6.9 r HQH 24.31 .53 +14 164 ..k
77 85 62 C B5.8 Hackett 1.9 HCKT 5.35 .05 +11 96 12k
88 87 56 A B+ 44.8 Haemone .0 r HAE 44.66 .02 53 142 26
91 90 80 B B NH HainCelest HAIN.74.12 +2.35 +90 880 32o
41 80 8 C B 8.7 HalconRsrcs HK 6.07 .13 40 2.8m 75
27 53 42 B C 10.2 Hallado 1.9 HNRG 8.27 +.04 56 14 10k
44 28 75 B D45.8 Hallibu 1.1 HAL 43.63 .48 37 5.5m 15
69 80 52 D A9.7 Hallmark
HALL 9.50 ... +10 31 36k
59 18 78 D B+ 9.9 Halozyme HALO 8.42 .26 41 971 ..
22 16 55 E B14.3 HamiltonBanc HBK 13.85 ... 45 2 ..k
29 32 43 C B18.1 Hampd 1.3 r HBNK 15.81 .05 82 1 26k
69 70 84 E B 2.7 HmptnRds HMPR 1.74 +.05 +74 785 ..k
61 64 40 B C+ 33.6 HncHld 3.0 HBHC 31.67 .23 52 270 14k
47 35 72 C B+ 18.3 HandyHarm r HNH 17.89 +.01 +163 34 13k
89 93 89 B C+ 54.2 Hanesbr 1.5 HBI 52.75 .56 37 435 15
83 91 77 B B 37.2 Hanger
HGR 34.99 .66 +49 214 18
89 74 79 B B 18.4 HanmiFncl HAFC 17.37 .08 32 144 11
30 22 43 B A 12.5 HannonArm HASI 12.00 .06 56 103 52
54 42 75 D B+ 52.9 Hanover 2.5 r THG 52.32 .01 24 196 85k
3 27 3 E D2.8 HansenM HNSN 1.38 .03 53 236 ..
90 38 99 E A+NH HanwhaSolrn HSOL 3.32 +.15 +181 3.6m ..o
12 3 20 C D10.9 Harbinger
HRG 7.90 .15 7 264 ..
42 18 91 D B NH Hardinge .5 HDNG 16.60 +.31 +34 68 15k
71 74 60 A C+ 59.8 HarleyDa 1.5 HOG 55.07 .37 30 989 18
77 71 76 C B 55.9 HarmanI 1.1 r HAR 54.49 .83 19 530 19
44 21 91 D B+ 7.1 Harmonic
HLIT 7.06 +.06 37 507 35
7 53 2 C C 10.5 HrmnyGld 2.7 HMY 3.64 +.17 +2 3.1m 18o
58 55 65 B B 52.2 Harris
2.9 HRS 51.80 .05 13 632 10
18 37 15 D C 4.3 HarrisHrs
TINY 3.09 .01 65 77 ..
80 79 86 E B 1.9 HarrisInter HPOL 1.84 ... +5 27 23
81 55 78 D A NH HarrisTe 1.2 HTSI 49.75 +.42 +124 1.2m 24
30 43 60 D C+ 26.0 Harsco 3.3 HSC 25.10 .15 +35 496 19
52 40 85 D B+ 10.0 HarteHa 3.5 r HHS 9.76 .17 +60 263 15
72 31 88 C B 32.2 Hartford 1.3 HIG 31.80 .20 60 2.2m 10
28 15 57 D B 6.2 HarvrdBio HBIO 4.97 .02 14 69 27
59 80 36 A D15.6 Harvest 8.9 HCAP 15.19 +.14 14 19 50k
18 70 12 .. B+ 10.8 HarvstNRes HNR 4.34 +.15 55 236 3
73 86 70 C B 49.0 Hasbro 3.4 HAS 47.16 .29 +8 1.3m 16
56 41 97 E B+ 5.5 HastngE .0 HAST 3.93 +.04 76 4 ..
12 40 13 B D29.7 Hattera 12 r HTS 23.33 .16 15 904 6
2 23 3 E E 1.6 Hauppauge HAUP .66 .01 68 6 ..
98 97 95 D A 27.0 Haverty .6 HVTA 26.80 .20 96 0.1 31k
96 97 95 D B NH HavertyF .6 HVT 26.81 +.25 +38 143 31
14 39 29 C D29.2 HawaiiE 4.7 HE 26.56 .11 34 318 16
50 40 48 B B7.3 HawHldgs
HA 6.41 .02 61 307 12
58 17 84 D A+28.3 HawaiTele HCOM 27.06 .52 59 20 14k
55 79 50 C B43.0 Hawkns 1.6 HWKN 42.15 .18 36 14 18k
63 41 84 E B+ 13.3 HwthBc 1.6 HWBK 12.78 .23 +144 4 ..k
20 44 23 C B58.0 Haynes 1.8 HAYN 48.98 .35 45 24 15k
80 78 71 B B+ 45.8 HCCInsur 1.5 r HCC 45.25 .21 47 186 11k
50 95 24 B B56.1 HCP
4.5 HCP 46.31 .32 48 1.8m 24
51 95 24 A C+ 43.8 HDFCBnk .7 HDB 36.25 .93 +110 1.3m 22
32 49 60 E D 11.6 Headwaters HW 9.15 .20 16 525 ..
31 43 40 B C+ 80.1 HealthC 4.5 HCN 67.80 +.23 53 1.3m 99
21 34 4 B B 15.9 HlthInsInvs HIIQ. 9.94 .04 68 27 ..k
86 52 97 B A 17.3 HlthMgtA HMA 16.64 .10 46 3.3m 26
46 37 71 D C 33.7 HealthNet
HNT 31.95 .28 13 505 31
15 14 37 D B+ 30.6 Healthcre 4.5 HR 26.80 .35 +204 2.5m 99
78 93 42 B C 26.0 HlthcrS 2.7 HCSG 24.74 .01 16 294 32k
12 25 43 D D13.3 Healthc 5.1 r HTA 11.20 .04 23 1.3m ..
80 85 81 A D NH HealthSouth r HLS 31.37 .13 32 349 17
92 91 77 B B 30.8 HlthStream HSTM 29.45 .31 25 73 94
34 5 93 E B 17.6 Healthwys HWAY 16.42 .17 +25 512 71
81 61 54 B A14.8 Heartln .5 HTLD 14.67 .02 15 266 19k
88 85 64 A B 29.0 Hrtland 1.4 HTLF 28.96 +.51 13 23 10k
93 89 82 B A+39.37Heartlan .7 r HPY 38.70 .31 33 360 19
48 38 51 D B 99 HeartWire HTWR 95.19 .82 25 132 ..
1 5 4 D C 6.9 Hecla
.3 HL 3.04 +.15 21 6.1m 43
96 86 85 A B NH Heico
.3 HEI 54.82 .83 30 91 33o
94 86 74 A B 39.9 HeicoA
.4 HEIA 38.91 .50 +11 46 23
19 32 41 E C 18.2 Heidrick 3.5 HSII 14.79 3.07 +367 431 61
95 86 83 B A NH HelenTroy
HELE 43.98 .02 +67 273 11o
.. .. 18 .. B+ 9.3 HeliosA
9 HAV 8.25 .11 +24 37 ..x
80 40 90 C B+ 5.2 Helios& 2.2 HMNY 4.18 .18 57 0.9 19k

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Earnings Per Share Growth Rating
Relative Price Strength Rating
Sales+Profit Margins+ROE
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6 6 6 6 6 High Stock % Yield Symbol Price Chg Chg 1000 E


.. .. 17 .. D9.1 HeliosH
9 HIH 7.90 .12 +1 23 ..x
.. .. 15 .. D11.0 HeliosH
9 HHY 9.38 .19 +39 43 ..x
.. .. 18 .. D6.6 HeliosM 9 HMH 5.65 .04 23 33 ..x
.. .. 24 .. B7.2 HeliosS 7.8 HSA 6.14 .06 +34 42 ..x
40 5 79 C C+ 26.0 HelixEnrgy HLX 25.27 .01 27 517 41
69 74 68 A B69.4 Helmrich 3.1 HP 64.34 .92 44 639 11
33 9 77 .. C+ 17.8 HmsphrMed HMTV 14.00 +.01 77 14 82k
11 13 9 E B 1.1 Hemisphrx HEB .25 +.02 +129 1.7m ..k
81 81 72 C B+ 103 HenrySchn r HSIC 102.1 .26 16 334 22
99 96 73 A B 56.4 Herbali 2.3 r HLF 52.07 .23 +17 2.8m 11
66 69 90 D B7.8 HercOffsh HERO 7.53 +.04 46 1.3m ..
74 55 73 A C+ 14.3 Hercules 7.7 HTGC 14.02 .07 49 314 14
72 67 47 C A+7.4 HrtgCmmrc HTBK 7.31 .07 1 29 23k
76 79 48 C A 16.0 HrtgFcl 2.0 r HFWA 15.71 +.01 3 25 19k
95 71 76 B A+NH HeritgF .9 HBOS 17.05 +.16 49 26 21k
81 66 66 C B+ 7.0 HrtgOaks HEOP 6.64 .01 48 17 20k
11 30 16 C D 20.9 HeritgCrystl HCCI 14.07 .03 31 32 99k
42 56 49 C B 6.3 HershaH 4.1 r HT 5.84 ... 56 736 ..k
78 85 65 A C+ NH Hershey 1.8 HSY 91.92 .20 17 961 27
99 99 93 A D+27.57HertzGlbl HTZ.26.45 .52 49 3.9m 17
.. .. 50 .. D9.4 HerzfldC .0 CUBA 8.79 .09 33 5 ..k
12 36 6 D C 10.8 Heska 5.9 HSKA 6.80 +.05 80 4 99k
52 61 75 C C 74.5 Hess
.6 HES 70.74 .32 52 1.5m 11
60 38 91 C B+ 26.7 HewletP 2.2 HPQ 26.45 +.07 38 11m 6o
92 82 80 A B 36.1 Hexcel
r HXL 34.86 .58 50 448 21
64 29 96 D B 17.7 Hhgregg
HGG 15.31 .05 67 114 19
48 43 52 B B 38.2 HiTechP .0 HITK 36.53 +.27 24 70 17o
52 33 70 B D+24.3 HiCrshP 8.4 HCLP 22.70 +.33 63 89 7
62 89 31 A C 63.4 HibbettSpt HIBB 55.67 .22 47 154 20o
65 61 41 B A+11.8 Hickory 5.4 HTCO 10.80 .02 +33 25 18k
55 68 39 A B13.7 HigherOne ONE 10.98 .12 +7 276 16
.. .. 32 .. C+ 20.5 Highlnd/i 4.8 SNLN 20.11 +.02 31 39 1
42 41 63 D B1.5 HighpwrIntl HPJ 1.15 +.01 97 1 12k
14 37 39 E B3.2 Highway 6.5 HIHO 1.84 +.01 78 14 15k
42 86 35 C B41.2 Highwood 4.6 HIW 36.66 .28 58 453 60
10 24 8 E C 4.5 HillIntl
HIL 2.68 .06 72 31 ..k
50 53 44 B B 37.4 HillRom 1.6 r HRC 34.33 +.21 20 273 16k
71 55 61 A D+25.5 Hillenb
3.2 HI 24.58 .11 +15 232 13
30 29 59 E B 37.3 Hillshire 1.4 HSH 34.51 .12 27 895 ..o
90 76 86 D B 17.6 Hilltop
HTH 17.18 .23 33 338 66
75 68 98 C B 8.2 HimaxTe 4.2 HIMX 5.70 .32 +35 6.8m 15
57 82 38 A C+ 82.3 Hingham 1.5 HIFS 69.20 +.01 9 3 11k
77 78 57 A A67.0 Hittite
HITT 61.25 .41 23 132 27
63 92 19 A B 37.2 HMSHldng r HMSY 25.47 .35 55 283 29
50 42 47 B B+ 44.9 HollyEn 4.9 HEP 38.74 .39 35 67 32
53 98 29 A D 59.2 HollyFrn 2.8 HFC 42.28 .28 18 2.8m 4
20 64 27 E E 1.5 HlywdMd HOLL 1.34 .01 75 3 22
40 69 20 A D24.0 Hologic
HOLX 19.70 .21 20 2.6m 13
63 70 36 B A20.0 HomeBanc r HBCP 18.47 .04 18 13 14k
97 93 94 A B+ 27.57HmBnc1.1 HOMB 27.25 +.10 10 182 23
89 91 79 A C 81.6 HomDep 1.9 r HD.80.22 .18 35 5.0m 24
60 97 34 B D18.5 HmFdLa 1.4 r HFBL 17.50 +.01 +240 3 13k
38 4 73 E A 14.7 HmFID 1.7 HOME 14.35 .06 23 17 99k
55 98 36 B C 32.0 HomeInns HMIN 25.63 .54 10 188 22
86 80 80 A B25.07HomLn 7.0 HLSS.24.00 .23 43 455 15
27 49 37 C D+67.8 HomePrp 4.3 HME 65.76 +.15 43 320 65
98 99 70 A C 34.3 Homeaway AWAY.31.81 +.16 +18 1.2m 60
41 26 43 B B28.7 Homestrt .5 HMST 22.63 +.59 +20 136 4
64 68 67 E C 17.0 HomtrstBnc r HTBI 16.63 +.03 20 33 43k
1 21 1 B C 15.2 HomexDvlpnt HXM 3.50 +.06 29 684 1
68 79 46 C C+ 42.1 HMCMtr 2.1 HMC 38.07 .56 54 267 16
70 80 78 B D 82.8 Honywell 2.0 HON 82.03 .27 40 1.9m 21
54 27 74 D C+ 7.4 HongKon 12 HKTV 5.93 .03 72 8 ..o
59 82 62 D B 18.3 HookerF 2.4 HOFT 16.99 .31 +4 34 18o
2 13 5 E E 0.7 HooperH
HH .37 .00 84 23 ..k
49 30 80 C B26.5 HoraceM 3.0 HMN 26.24 .13 24 100 13
87 80 62 A C NH Horizon 1.8 HBNC 21.94 +.32 33 15 9k
30 53 13 D B 8.2 HorizonPhrm HZNP 2.53 +.03 +158 722 ..
30 51 22 B C 18.2 Horizon 9 HRZN 14.21 ... +2 63 11k
.. .. 48 .. .. 41.9 Horiz500CC HSPX 41.77 .11 32 16 99
75 67 72 B D43.2 HormelF 1.6 HRL 41.41 +.20 +29 1.2m 22o
78 40 90 B B58.2 HornbeckOff HOS 56.02 .03 +8 434 38
31 47 78 E D+13.1 HorsehdHn ZINC 12.25 .06 19 284 99
69 58 69 C A40.0 Hospira
HSP 39.23 .33 46 598 19
24 6 52 C D+32.6 HospPro 6.6 HPT 28.60 +.15 17 897 35
32 40 48 D C+ 18.9 HostHtls 2.4 HST 18.07 +.03 21 5.7m 99
2 16 14 E B 1.6 HoustnEnn HUSA .26 .01 51 206 ..k
65 53 76 C B14.9 HoustnC 3.0 HWCC 14.75 +.05 57 23 15k
24 12 85 .. B7.4 Hovnanian HOV 5.72 .02 52 3.1m ..o
72 30 92 B B 118 HowardHghs HHC 113.6 .96 36 133 68
43 81 69 E C 49.6 Huaneng 2.9 HNP 41.47 +.36 67 34 12
34 69 42 C D+41.2 HubGroup r HUBG 36.53 .32 +51 296 19
69 65 63 B B 94.7 Hubbell 1.9 HUBA 93.95 +.68 93 0.1 18k
68 65 65 B B105 Hubbell 1.7 HUBB 103.4 .96 10 161 20k
1 13 7 E D 12.0 HudbayMi 2.7 HBM 7.00 +.34 +224 128 58
38 16 78 D B 9.8 HudsonC 1.7 HCBK 9.67 .09 28 2.6m 20
2 7 2 E D+4.9 HudsonGl HSON 2.43 .01 77 48 ..k
28 16 47 D B+ 24.2 HudsonP 2.3 HPP 21.90 +.03 45 101 ..k
13 35 2 A E 5.0 HudsonTch HDSN 2.27 .03 23 145 5
36 23 70 C C+ NH HudsonV 1.3 HVB 18.90 .06 +19 47 25k
17 10 50 B B 10.0 HugotnRy 6.6 HGT 8.90 .05 53 58 16
82 91 60 C B 87.3 Humana 1.3 HUM 85.16 +.06 21 1.1m 10
58 39 68 B B 8.7 Huntgt 2.4 r HBAN 8.26 .11 +14 12m 11
.. .. 63 .. B+ NH Huntgtn .0 HECO 31.37 +.05 92 0.6 ..k
86 80 85 C BNH HuntgtnI .7 r HII 60.02 .85 22 163 16
23 48 49 C D20.1 Huntsman 2.9 HUN 17.00 .53 +109 5.8m 9
55 18 75 C A31.6 Hurco
.7 HURC 30.54 .56 +196 34 14
99 84 82 B B+ 47.47HuronCons HURN 46.52 .29 57 57 17k
66 54 99 E B6.7 HutchTech HTCH 5.32 +.12 3 713 ..
23 52 49 D D43.7 HyattHotels r H 42.16 +.02 28 253 59
67 18 97 D B+ 16.8 Hydrgnc
HYGS 13.79 .46 +15 157 ..k
12 52 12 .. B 10.6 Hyperdyn .0 HDY 4.30 .31 +129 176 ..o
69 39 97 .. C+ 26.8 HypernThera HPTX 25.61 .55 +9 101 ..
54 39 89 C D+71.9 HystrYa 1.5 r HY 65.81 2.15 5 49 12

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91 90 48 A B55.6
88 60 88 C A33.5
36 11 56 D C 13.5
78 75 80 B C 58.5
4 7 20 E B6.7
62 30 97 C C 21.2
18 70 2 B D+7.4
38 46 45 C B 15.7
41 17 68 D C+ 2.3
80 86 49 A B118
.. .. 21 .. E 15.8
.. .. 39 .. C 13.9
.. .. 41 .. D+9.9
76 84 64 D B 10.5
.. .. 26 .. D10.8
90 63 89 D A 29.6
18 11 22 B D+7.9
90 87 77 B B55.5
51 83 31 A D 70.1
5 18 27 .. E 9.7
78 95 62 A C NH
3 51 2 C E 16.9
78 67 62 B B+ NH
24 48 4 E B1.7

IACInte 1.9 IACI.50.84 .48 24 812 16


ICIIntl
ICFI 32.75 .14 25 85 16k
ICGGroup
ICGE 12.30 +.20 26 87 ..k
IDEX
1.6 IEX 57.74 .29 19 265 20
IDSystems IDSY 5.03 ... 84 5 ..k
IDT
3.0 IDT 20.31 .23 32 144 21o
IECElec
IEC 3.37 .03 73 16 4k
IFBancorp r IROQ 15.15 ... 58 1 18
IGILabs
IG 1.55 +.03 50 14 ..k
IHSIncA
r IHS 108.9 2.21 36 275 26o
INGEmMk 10 IHD 13.40 .28 +8 68 ..
INGGlAd
9 IGA 12.40 .15 +61 76 ..
INGGlDiv 10 IGD 9.46 .07 19 318 ..
ING
ING 9.49 .12 37 1.7m 7
INGIntH
9 IID 9.33 .04 24 17 ..
INGU.S.
VOYA 29.55 +.05 62 649 9
IONGephy
IO 6.07 .05 41 575 17
IPCHosptl IPCM 51.70 +.40 4 98 26
IPGPhot .0 IPGP 57.61 .73 20 386 20
IRSAInv
12 IRS 7.51 .01 70 31 5
ITCHldgs 1.6 ITC 95.17 +.25 +103 478 21
Iamgold 5.4 IAG 4.67 +.32 11 6.2m 6
Iberiab 2.4 IBKC 56.45 1.15 +59 299 19
Ibio
IBIO .50 .02 64 96 ..

WEDNESDAY, JULY 17, 2013

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Vol% Vol P

6 6 6 6 6 High Stock % Yield Symbol Price Chg Chg 1000 E


53 86 25 B D215 IBM
2.0 r IBM 193.9 .15 6 3.7m 12
78 46 97 E A 6.9 Icad
.0 ICAD 6.12 +.01 68 8 ..k
53 33 86 B C+ 90.8 IcahnE
5.5 IEP 72.22 .30 69 56 12
36 92 17 B E 48.4 ICICIBa 1.8 IBN 36.47 1.49 +62 2.1m 11
96 80 87 C A38.5 Icon
ICLR.37.50 .69 28 202 31
94 87 91 B B 32.8 Iconix
r ICON.31.06 1.41 +34 871 17
86 88 78 B C+ 76.6 ICUMedical ICUI 73.76 +.65 9 125 25
75 92 60 B B NH IdaCorp
2.9 IDA 51.68 .21 27 196 14k
13 23 5 D B11.1 IdenixPhm IDIX 3.44 .03 50 590 ..
4 29 5 E E 1.6 Identive
INVE .82 +.03 32 122 ..k
34 42 50 E B1.2 IderaPhm
IDRA .78 .03 63 82 ..k
74 89 38 A B+ 101 IdexxLabs r IDXX 95.56 .52 49 228 29
.. .. 14 .. C 22.8 IQAusSC 2.2 KROO 17.85 +.08 95 0.2 ..k
.. .. 34 .. C+ 29.5 IQHdgM 1.1 QAI 28.13 .01 25 80 ..k
.. .. 25 .. B26.2 IQCdaSC 4.1 CNDA 20.97 +.24 +84 16 ..k
58 71 63 D B4.4 IFMInvst
CTC 2.37 .02 68 4 ..
83 98 42 A B19.9 iGate
IGTE 17.75 +.02 42 169 10
93 80 83 B B 21.37IgniteRest IRG 19.88 .14 16 62 38k
17 37 45 E B 7.0 igo
.0 IGOI 3.50 +.05 +264 89 ..
39 48 35 B C+ 20.0 IIVI
IIVI 17.73 +.01 40 125 19
4 7 14 E B2.1 Ikanos
IKAN 1.30 .05 67 26 ..k
66 26 97 D A 18.4 Ikonics
.0 IKNX 17.00 +.01 93 0.1 51k
57 49 70 C B72.3 Illinois
2.1 ITW 71.46 .59 20 1.6m 18
98 93 91 A C+ 78.27Illumina ILMN.73.89 1.75 27 1.0m 43
28 23 84 E B8.3 ImgeSens
ISNS 6.74 +.05 72 5 56k
24 24 44 E B 6.1 Imation
IMN 4.62 .08 8 165 ..k
57 50 38 B B 29.0 Imax
IMAX 25.83 .59 +10 780 33
71 54 98 D B15.8 Immersion IMMR 14.93 +.71 +4 388 ..
15 48 14 D D 7.0 Immucell
ICCC 3.61 .14 +86 4 72k
31 35 32 .. C+ 3.6 Immunocellr IMUC 2.51 .08 +80 1.2m ..
64 24 75 D A20.0 Immunogn IMGN 19.02 .42 +3 708 ..
90 50 98 E A+NH Immunmd IMMU 6.25 .02 +213 3.1m ..o
61 73 96 D D18.0 ImpacM
IMH 10.30 .05 +34 39 5
44 43 38 B B 27.3 ImpaxLabs IPXL 20.25 +.13 56 482 11
60 54 97 E B+ 7.4 ImperialHldgs IFT 6.99 .01 53 38 ..
27 52 30 B C 50.0 Imperia 1.1 IMO 41.97 +.16 30 167 10
72 31 87 D A 48.4 Imperva
IMPV 47.19 .79 36 122 ..
28 1 81 E D+10.0 ImprmsP .0 IMMY 7.34 +.32 69 7 ..k
14 15 9 D B+ 4.8 Imris
IMRS 2.71 .05 41 25 ..k
72 83 79 .. B+ 4.8 IncomeOppty IOT 3.85 .11 +8 8 9k
82 53 90 D B+ NH inContact
SAAS 9.09 +.33 +12 551 ..
60 64 56 .. B26.2 Incyte
INCY 23.31 +.04 47 643 ..
86 82 69 B A NH Indpndn 2.4 INDB 36.51 .06 21 43 15o
98 94 86 C A 13.8 Independ .5 IHC 13.63 .13 +4 12 13k
87 99 55 A DNH IndepndntBk IBTX 32.26 +.60 21 25 26k
88 80 96 B C 9.0 Indpndnt
IBCP 7.37 .02 0 40 8
.. .. 51 .. C 20.0 IndexiqGl 1.6 IOIL 18.76 .24 91 0.6 ..k
.. .. 23 .. E 30.8 IQGlblR 1.3 GRES 26.87 +.33 96 0.6 ..k
.. .. 41 .. C+ 27.0 IndxqGl 1.3 CROP 26.36 .03 +56 7 ..k
.. .. 41 .. A 26.4 IQMrgAr .2 MNA 26.24 +.04 62 8 ..k
.. .. 30 .. B+ 26.8 IQRealRe .0 CPI 25.99 .03 56 4 ..k
.. .. 45 .. D27.8 IndxqRl 4.4 ROOF 25.04 .07 78 8 ..k
.. .. 35 .. B22.2 IndiaFd
.7 IFN 20.41 +.13 65 59 ..
23 68 11 D C+ 3.5 IndiaGl
.0 IGC 1.57 +.04 65 9 ..
92 87 92 .. ANH IndstBac 1.8 IBA 40.97 +.71 +23 18 12k
2 30 5 E E 4.9 IndSvAm
IDSA 2.50 ... 3 11 ..k
.. .. 26 .. D 28.6 IQHedge 1.8 MCRO 26.10 +.04 30 22 ..k
48 23 87 C B 16.9 Inergy 7.4 r NRGY 15.70 .54 42 381 4
74 56 53 B A+26.0 InrgyMd 6.2 NRGM 25.36 .17 13 215 56
90 40 97 E A 11.8 Infinran
INFN 11.53 .11 60 779 ..
10 3 3 E E 50.5 InfinityPhr INFI 17.16 .19 68 715 ..
52 48 58 D B NH Infinity 1.8 IPCC 66.07 +1.28 11 34 69k
92 80 92 C A31.77Infoblox BLOX 30.21 .55 35 546 99o
71 57 76 B B39.9 Informatca INFA 38.60 .31 13 853 30
93 73 96 C A NH InfoSvcs
III 2.48 +.09 +443 662 11k
2 9 5 E C+ 1.8 InfoSonic
IFON .57 +.07 70 9 ..k
56 54 45 B B+ 55.7 Infosys 1.5 INFY 46.42 +.12 31 1.2m 15o
12 27 17 E B2.1 Infusystem INFU 1.53 +.04 80 8 ..k
.. .. 14 .. E 17.2 INGAsPD 10 IAE 13.29 .01 +84 74 ..
.. .. 38 .. B18.2 INGInf
9 IDE 17.26 .06 +11 54 ..
.. .. 27 .. D7.0 INGPrRt 7.0 PPR 6.10 .12 30 470 ..
.. .. 26 .. A12.2 INGNatRs 10 IRR 10.45 .03 +31 100 ..
64 61 68 C B 59.6 IngrslR 1.4 r IR 58.17 1.16 +9 2.0m 17
91 67 95 D A28.8 InglesM2.3 r IMKTA 28.09 +1.01 +27 62 14
50 56 69 C DNH IngramMicro IM 20.18 +.07 8 626 10
43 88 33 B E 74.3 Ingredi 2.5 INGR 61.70 .87 +165 1.2m 10
42 79 57 D C 12.1 InlandRE 5.3 IRC 10.68 .02 0 862 89
22 39 7 C D 15.8 Innerwrkng INWK 10.84 .08 17 269 30
8 2 7 C B6.9 Innodata
INOD 3.11 .04 72 33 18k
25 14 26 B B+ 58.5 Innophos 2.8 IPHS 50.86 +.81 17 69 18
63 57 71 B C 45.2 Innospec .0 IOSP 42.76 .04 54 50 14k
91 80 93 B B4.5 Innotrac
INOC 3.95 .04 57 3 13k
94 80 98 D B9.3 7InnovSl .0 r ISSC 7.84 .10 +1 75 60
58 36 98 E A 1.6 InovioPhm
INO 1.24 .05 +35 4.8m ..k
40 29 73 C C+ 12.3 Inphi
IPHI 11.08 .08 8 120 79
36 42 56 D B21.4 InsightEnt NSIT 20.19 ... 30 129 10
44 54 60 D C 2.3 InsigniaSys ISIG 2.16 .04 10 10 71k
53 2 97 E B+ 14.3 Insmed
INSM 10.77 .15 9 605 ..
55 45 64 C B 34.2 Insperi 2.1 r NSP 32.75 ... 55 38 19
19 15 23 E B 3.2 InspireMD NSPR 2.15 .06 22 127 ..k
58 80 88 E D+19.4 Insteel
.7 IIIN 17.84 .11 33 52 41k
43 31 97 E B3.4 InstitFinl 3.1 IFMI 2.56 .03 79 8 ..k
68 42 89 D B 33.6 Insulet
PODD 32.84 .70 46 233 ..
79 15 97 .. A+NH InsysThera INSY 17.46 +.23 +80 160 ..k
89 87 68 B C 82.8 IntlFla
1.7 r IFF 79.57 .38 21 259 19
41 54 41 B D 44.5 IntegraLfsci IART 37.79 .40 33 118 13
26 47 37 D C 6.5 IntegElec
IESC 4.70 +.05 57 2 11k
67 35 81 B B+ NH IntegSilicn
ISSI 11.70 +.07 39 81 13
42 60 44 C B62.8 IntgrysE 4.4 TEG 61.31 .09 38 239 17
54 48 46 B C+ 26.9 Intel
3.7 INTC 24.25 +.31 10 34m 11
1 9 1 E D2.0 Intelicheck
IDN .30 +.02 +141 74 ..k
16 80 6 D D2.0 IntlgSys
INS 1.12 .05 64 1 14k
15 16 4 .. C+ 3.2 Intelliphn
IPCI 1.60 ... +57 26 ..
30 26 51 .. B26.8 IntelsatGlbl
I 21.17 .27 +13 473 ..
99 96 94 B A34.2 InterPa 1.4 IPAR 33.34 .32 28 127 18
38 8 74 C C NH InterBr 2.4 IBKR 16.84 +.43 +61 489 22
96 63 95 C A57.8 InterIntel
ININ 56.99 .30 18 70 98
66 2 97 E A+52.5 InterceptPhrmICPT 49.37 .43 3 90 ..k
52 65 49 A B31.0 Intercontl 2.1 IHG 29.59 .07 51 85 20k
88 75 82 B C 184 Intrcontexch ICE 181.6 .30 7 681 23
29 49 44 B D48.7 InterDi 1.0 IDCC 39.28 .30 50 182 43
39 38 67 C C 20.0 Interfa
.5 TILE 18.52 .28 25 234 31
27 21 74 E D+10.0 Intermec
IN 9.90 ... 55 372 90
15 41 15 C D+10.7 Intermoleculr IMI 7.02 ... +21 182 99k
34 34 50 D B14.0 IntrmtnCmBnIMCB 13.92 +.07 +122 2 34k
67 16 87 D B+ 13.2 Intermune ITMN 12.98 +.03 +102 2.6m ..
30 25 60 D B 9.6 IntrNAP
INAP 8.76 .33 +11 191 99
70 46 70 C B49.1 IntlPap
2.5 IP 48.39 +.28 5 3.3m 20
81 80 91 C A 6.2 7IntrntGold IGLD 4.61 ... 4 19 ..k
67 91 81 D D 21.27IntrntIntv
IIJI 17.77 .23 55 11 23
10 16 26 .. E 4.3 InterntPa .0 PTNT 3.56 .03 94 0.3 ..k
20 22 43 D B+ 106 InterOil
IOC 75.35 .08 35 481 ..
12 5 56 E B4.3 Intphse
INPH 3.08 +.07 75 2 ..k
64 58 80 C B NH Interpu 1.9 r IPG 15.64 +.02 +6 3.8m 19
13 8 23 C D+15.0 Interse 8.3 INTX 9.66 +.31 37 59 11
20 16 43 E C 10.4 Intersil 5.6 r ISIL 8.62 +.22 +47 1.5m 28
78 83 49 A B+ 22.2 IntervalLe 2.0 IILG 21.70 .04 37 105 20
80 56 95 D A NH IntervstBanc IBCA 7.37 +.12 +30 125 14
40 17 75 B B28.0 Interxion
INXN 27.29 ... 26 246 48

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54 38 87 D B+ NH Intest
.0 INTT 4.00 +.03 +159 41 16k
50 13 84 E A+7.0 Intevac
IVAC 6.46 .09 62 60 ..
30 6 87 D BNH IntegDev
IDTI 8.81 +.11 37 824 40
69 36 82 C A24.9 IntlBanc 1.6 r IBOC 24.44 .23 42 92 17
30 38 37 C C+ 21.0 IntlFcstone INTL 18.43 +.09 29 63 13
95 82 74 A B 18.8 IntlGame 1.9 IGT.18.65 +.60 +101 6.3m 14
49 3 83 E A NH IntlRectfier
IRF 24.01 +.35 17 426 ..o
63 32 90 D ANH IntlShip 4.0 ISH 25.21 +.57 +117 65 11k
41 31 66 D B+ 35.8 IntlSpe
.6 ISCA 34.53 .02 38 75 23o
5 21 1 .. E 3.3 IntTowergn THM .64 +.05 44 251 ..
79 22 96 D A+10.0 IntralksHdgI
IL 9.80 .06 +62 545 61
11 31 23 C C 24.7 Intrepi
.0 IPI 19.03 .32 46 501 17
10 41 5 D D+6.1 IntriCon
IIN 3.52 ... 64 1 ..k
79 76 40 A B+ 68.4 Intuit
1.0 INTU 64.88 +.05 41 1.6m 19o
56 96 8 A C 585 IntSurg
r ISRG 422.1 4.65 5 429 26
32 57 61 D D+2.1 Inuvo
INUV .82 ... 32 36 ..k
25 20 63 E B18.3 Invacare
.3 IVC 16.02 +.28 19 160 ..k
99 98 91 A A NH 7Invensense INVN 15.97 .24 36 1.5m 28
86 71 89 B A+NH Inventure
SNAK 9.67 +.06 +3 65 28
.. .. 9 .. E 14.3 InvAdvMu 6.9 VKI 10.88 .05 41 94 ..
.. .. 12 .. E 22.6 Invesco 4.9 VBF 17.80 .06 39 28 ..
.. .. 9 .. E 14.6 InvCAVal 7.0 VCV 11.32 .08 17 112 ..
.. .. 34 .. C 13.9 InvDynCr 7.0 VTA 12.90 .14 34 183 ..
.. .. 16 .. D19.0 InvHiIn 8.7 VLT 15.93 .12 40 19 ..
65 75 71 B D35.0 Invesco 2.8 IVZ 31.94 .19 13 3.5m 17
17 65 7 B D22.3 Invesco
15 IVR 16.40 .02 35 1.5m 5
.. .. 7 .. E 15.9 InvMuOpp6.5 VMO 11.91 .09 +12 270 ..
.. .. 8 .. E 15.8 InvMuni 6.6 VKQ 11.90 +.01 +24 210 ..
.. .. 9 .. E 17.0 InvPAVal 7.1 VPV 12.60 .08 +26 59 ..
.. .. 11 .. E 15.0 Invsco
7.0 IQI 11.74 +.02 0 182 ..
.. .. 39 .. D+5.8 InvSrInc 6.7 VVR 5.40 .05 35 445 ..k
.. .. 12 .. D 17.4 InvTrInv 7.2 VTN 13.98 +.07 31 36 ..
.. .. 9 .. E 16.4 InvTrInvG 6.9 VGM 12.58 +.02 7 171 ..
.. .. 12 .. E 17.3 InvValMunI 6.4 IIM 13.98 .08 28 188 ..
55 40 95 E C+ 15.7 InvTech
ITG 15.08 .42 25 262 51
90 96 76 B B 22.7 InvstrB
.9 ISBC 22.15 .06 17 128 23
56 21 84 D B+ 5.3 InvestrCp
ICH 5.06 +.06 26 6 99k
19 27 33 C C 10.0 Investr 5.7 IRET 9.05 +.01 11 444 82o
86 99 54 A C 77.6 InvstrT
.4 ITIC 73.10 +.51 +11 7 11k
.. .. 13 .. E 8.0 Invsco
6.6 OIA 6.36 +.02 3 150 ..
8 1 24 E B 2.4 iPass
IPAS 1.93 .11 55 163 ..k
.. .. 21 .. C 45.5 IpthDjUBSCm DJP 37.87 +.16 9 311 99
.. .. 45 .. D 60.5 IpthDjUBSCtt BAL 54.03 .38 56 13 99
.. .. 25 .. C 50.0 IPGemsA 1.4 AYT 46.02 .21 70 1 ..k
.. .. 93 .. A+119 IPLR2000Tr RTLA 117.3 +1.23 0 0.5 99k
.. .. 21 .. C 55.0 IPPurBtaAg DIRT 44.35 .48 75 0.2 99k
.. .. 24 .. B 65.4 IPPrBtaBdCm BCM 40.08 +.30 39 3 99k
.. .. 28 .. C 44.2 IPPurBtCca CHOC 33.77 +.64 97 0.1 99k
.. .. 6 .. D+37.1 IPPurBtaCoff CAFE 17.39 +.22 +149 17 99k
.. .. 20 .. E 42.9 IPPurBtaCpr CUPM 35.56 +1.26 +200 0.6 99k
.. .. 53 .. B 42.5 IPPurBtCdOilOLEM 42.19 ... +213 3 99k
.. .. 24 .. E 59.1 IPPurBtGrn WEET 47.78 .19 88 0.1 99k
.. .. 30 .. B+ 44.4 IPPurBtLvstk LSTK 41.12 .18 71 0.2 99k
.. .. 10 .. C+ 37.8 IPPurBtaNickl NINI 24.72 +.46 96 0.3 99k
.. .. 8 .. E 58.8 IPPrBtPrcMt BLNG 36.48 3.07 92 0.2 99k
.. .. 8 .. E 52.1 IPPurBtaSgr SGAR 34.55 .04 44 0.5 99k
.. .. 20 .. D56.9 IPS&PDnVxEt XVZ 41.07 +.44 79 20 99
.. .. 22 .. D+34.7 IPSeasNtGas DCNG 28.75 +.78 96 1 99k
.. .. 3 .. B+ 60.4 IpathSpVxS .0 VXX 17.41 +.44 24 40m 99
.. .. 72 .. C 40.2 IPthUsT10yB DTYS 31.18 .09 63 23 99k
.. .. 22 .. E 61.0 IPUsTrs5YBll DFVL 56.49 +.27 86 0.2 99
.. .. 20 .. E 65.3 IPUSTyFltt FLAT 57.76 +.13 97 0.1 99k
.. .. 76 .. C+ 36.0 IPthUsTBear DLBS 34.07 .30 66 8 99k
.. .. 61 .. C+ 41.4 IPUSTyStpr STPP 39.60 .02 89 0.9 99k
.. .. 32 .. B+ 26.3 IqHdgMk .0 QMN 25.15 .01 93 1 ..
46 36 91 D D+6.6 Iridex
IRIX 5.85 ... 83 3 58k
85 75 73 B A+9.6 IridiumCm IRDM 8.91 .14 11 503 6
86 83 96 D A41.17iRobot
r IRBT 37.97 2.02 +19 710 37
23 52 13 C D 39.7 IronMtn 3.8 IRM 28.72 +.34 29 1.4m 24
8 1 6 D D19.7 IronwdPhr IRWD 11.39 +.06 33 859 ..
.. .. 30 .. B103 IS05Tip .6 STIP 101.4 +.10 54 25 ..k
.. .. 31 .. C 105 IS13Cr 1.4 CSJ 104.8 .07 +30 946 ..
.. .. 31 .. D84.6 IS13Tr
.3 SHY 84.33 +.01 35 836 ..o
.. .. 21 .. C 140 IS1020T 2.2 TLH 125.7 +.21 75 10 ..o
.. .. 15 .. D 132 IS20+Tr 2.9 TLT 108.7 +.37 65 3.6m ..o
.. .. 32 .. B51.4 IS2013 .7 MUAB 50.43 .06 93 0.8 ..k
.. .. 34 .. A52.6 IS2014 .7 MUAC 51.66 +.10 4 13 ..k
.. .. 32 .. C 54.5 IS2015 1.0 MUAD 53.18 +.08 70 4 ..k
.. .. 30 .. C 55.0 IS2016 1.2 MUAE 53.25 .04 18 13 ..k
.. .. 30 .. B56.4 IS2017 1.4 MUAF 54.64 .02 +44 18 ..k
.. .. 29 .. B 26.2 IS2018 .9 MUAG 24.73 .16 +889 88 99
.. .. 28 .. D124 IS37Tr
.6 IEI 120.9 +.03 77 223 ..o
.. .. 23 .. E 109 IS710Tr 1.7 IEF 102.2 +.05 33 713 ..o
.. .. 25 .. D53.3 ISAAA/A 2.1 QLTA 49.91 ... 58 15 ..k
.. .. 28 .. B114 ISAgnc 1.1 AGZ 111.1 +.13 47 16 ..
.. .. 49 .. B42.1 ISAggA 2.1 AOA 41.07 .11 22 28 ..k
.. .. 28 .. C 49.5 ISAsia5 2.3 AIA 43.70 .16 +10 52 ..k
.. .. 30 .. C 62.2 ISAsa/Pa 5.0 DVYA 54.33 +.33 71 4 ..k
.. .. 26 .. E 112 iShrBaA 2.4 AGG 107.2 +.17 52 584 ..o
.. .. 25 .. E 57.0 ISBaGBd1.0 GNMA 48.14 +.37 51 4 ..k
.. .. 30 .. D52.5 ISCMBS 1.9 CMBS 50.92 .09 32 15 ..k
.. .. 22 .. B+ 118 ISCaAmt 3.1 CMF 108.6 +.02 60 10 ..
.. .. 21 .. D 42.0 ISChina
2.7 FXI 33.62 +.07 52 9.4m ..
.. .. 35 .. D92.1 IsCohenS 2.9 ICF 83.69 .01 43 271 ..
.. .. 36 .. B 31.9 ISConsrA 2.0 AOK 31.13 +.03 37 18 ..k
.. .. 43 .. B 57.3 ISCrMsc 1.7 IEFA 54.13 .03 61 64 1
.. .. 24 .. B53.5 IsCrMEm 1.1 IEMG 47.13 +.11 40 425 ..o
.. .. 32 .. A102 ISCrStT .5 ISTB 100.2 +.02 62 5 ..
.. .. 23 .. E 114 ISCredBn 3.5 CFT 107.8 +.13 71 48 ..
.. .. 58 .. B 85.0 ISDjUsIn 1.8 IYY 84.48 .39 57 16 ..k
.. .. 24 .. B54.8 ISEMkLo 3.1 LEMB 50.09 +.43 89 12 ..k
.. .. 21 .. C 57.8 ISEMkD 4.0 DVYE 48.95 .03 10 30 ..k
.. .. 21 .. D56.7 ISEMkH 5.6 EMHY 49.98 +.25 43 24 99
.. .. 19 .. E 124 ISEmMkU 4.5 EMB 110.1 +.79 61 476 ..o
.. .. 51 .. B+ 26.9 ISEnhUs .0 IELG 26.81 .06 47 6 99
.. .. 59 .. B NH ISEnhUs .0 IESM 27.61 +.14 +8 1 99
.. .. 45 .. B 43.2 ISEurop 2.7 IEV 40.76 +.05 38 276 ..
.. .. 28 .. E 55.4 ISFinlS 3.0 MONY 51.61 +1.04 89 0.1 ..k
.. .. 34 .. E 50.9 ISFltng .8 FLOT 50.59 .02 +30 964 ..
.. .. 22 .. E 55.5 ISGlbInf 1.1 GTIP 49.65 +.56 +6 11 ..k
.. .. 49 .. D73.3 ISGlob10 2.5 IOO 70.40 .18 39 49 ..k
.. .. 71 .. B 75.4 ISGlobCns 1.4 RXI 74.83 .35 0 43 ..k
.. .. 45 .. B86.4 ISGlobCns 2.4 KXI 82.89 .18 37 32 ..k
.. .. 39 .. D+41.9 ISGlob
2.5 IXC 39.92 .08 56 68 ..
.. .. 57 .. D 53.4 ISGlobF 2.2 IXG 50.84 .02 45 40 ..k
.. .. 57 .. C+ 79.9 ISGlobH 1.8 IXJ 77.46 .47 64 33 ..k
.. .. 57 .. B64.0 ISGlobI
1.9 EXI 61.79 .18 84 7 ..k
.. .. 32 .. C 39.0 ISGlobIn 4.5 IGF 36.27 .04 69 26 ..k
.. .. 26 .. C 64.3 ISGlobMat 2.6 MXI 55.90 +.14 +12 45 ..k
.. .. 49 .. B74.8 ISGlobTec 1.2 IXN 73.37 .08 49 25 ..k
.. .. 33 .. C+ 64.4 ISGlobTe 4.1 IXP 60.61 ... +66 82 ..k
.. .. 34 .. B46.6 ISGlobUt 4.1 JXI 43.34 +.02 42 39 ..
.. .. 11 .. D17.5 IsharesGoldTr IAU 12.55 +.08 56 3.0m ..
.. .. 25 .. B+ 116 ISGov/Crd 2.4 GBF 111.0 +.22 +302 77 ..
.. .. 43 .. D+37.2 ISGrowA 2.2 AOR 36.23 .10 47 23 ..k
.. .. 37 .. C+ 35.5 iShGSCom
GSG 32.84 ... 54 111 ..
.. .. 51 .. C+ 70.1 ISHigh 3.1 HDV 68.94 .09 29 424 ..
.. .. 23 .. D123 ISharesIb 3.9 LQD 114.4 .17 45 1.6m ..o
.. .. 41 .. A34.4 ISInd/Ofc 2.8 FNIO 31.67 .07 +29 5 ..k
.. .. 28 .. C 26.2 ISIndi
.4 INDY 23.29 ... +16 162 ..k

D8

EXPANDED DATA TABLES

WEDNESDAY, JULY 17, 2013

IBD Composite Rating


Earnings Per Share Growth Rating
Relative Price Strength Rating
Sales+Profit Margins+ROE
Accumulation/Distribution (3 mos)
52-wk

6 6 6 6 6 High
.. .. 31 .. C 41.4
.. .. 26 .. E 112
.. .. 28 .. D113
.. .. 22 .. B52.1
.. .. 21 .. D+27.9
.. .. 32 .. E 36.4
.. .. 66 .. B 53.7
.. .. 10 .. C 46.0
.. .. 16 .. D66.5
.. .. 26 .. C+ 109
.. .. 74 .. B NH
.. .. 38 .. B33.8
.. .. 10 .. E 15.9
.. .. 43 .. B64.5
.. .. 41 .. C 34.4
.. .. 36 .. B 61.5
.. .. 35 .. D 18.9
.. .. 44 .. C+ 15.1
.. .. 7 .. D58.1
.. .. 19 .. E 42.3
.. .. 7 .. E 29.3
.. .. 8 .. B 68.0
.. .. 25 .. D50.1
.. .. 45 .. D 45.8
.. .. 46 .. .. 26.3
.. .. 47 .. C 64.1
.. .. 43 .. B62.6
.. .. 45 .. C+ 54.6
.. .. 23 .. D45.3
.. .. 32 .. C 63.9
.. .. 30 .. B 63.3
.. .. 21 .. C 57.8
.. .. 34 .. D+59.0
.. .. 10 .. B56.3
.. .. 21 .. D+53.1
.. .. 28 .. D51.5
.. .. 16 .. B+ 49.9
.. .. 47 .. C+ 36.1
.. .. 68 .. A77.9
.. .. 47 .. C+ 79.5
.. .. 53 .. B+ 61.9
.. .. 38 .. D82.2
.. .. 40 .. D 58.3
.. .. 28 .. E 46.1
.. .. 50 .. B25.8
.. .. 53 .. B 32.7
.. .. 52 .. B26.9
.. .. 36 .. E 28.7
.. .. 3 .. E 23.3
.. .. 4 .. C 25.0
.. .. 15 .. D+23.7
.. .. 49 .. B68.2
.. .. 34 .. C 30.3
.. .. 36 .. B55.8
.. .. 29 .. E 14.6
.. .. 66 .. C 12.4
.. .. 22 .. D+76.8
.. .. 36 .. D+39.7
.. .. 38 .. D43.6
.. .. 32 .. D 30.0
.. .. 27 .. B24.6
.. .. 24 .. C+ 65.0
.. .. 20 .. E 36.9
.. .. 35 .. D33.0
.. .. 28 .. C 96.1
.. .. 41 .. C 19.6
.. .. 59 .. B 36.3
.. .. 43 .. B 54.0
.. .. 51 .. A+NH
.. .. 49 .. B+ 34.5
.. .. 59 .. B+ 66.1
.. .. 64 .. B100
.. .. 57 .. C 76.2
.. .. 51 .. B87.4
.. .. 69 .. ANH
.. .. 61 .. B118
.. .. 62 .. A NH
.. .. 68 .. B+ NH
.. .. 69 .. B NH
.. .. 64 .. BNH
.. .. 43 .. B41.8
.. .. 58 .. B+ NH
.. .. 54 .. B30.9
.. .. 57 .. BNH
.. .. 23 .. C 114
.. .. 22 .. D116
.. .. 57 .. C+ 79.1
.. .. 53 .. B88.3
.. .. 76 .. DNH
.. .. 34 .. B46.5
.. .. 39 .. B57.9
.. .. 39 .. D+42.7
.. .. 62 .. C+ 61.0
.. .. 54 .. D+76.9
.. .. 60 .. C+ 87.4
.. .. 58 .. D93.9
.. .. 69 .. E 103
.. .. 58 .. B100
.. .. 62 .. B136
.. .. 57 .. B+ 38.2
.. .. 55 .. D+76.1
.. .. 54 .. E 89.1
.. .. 58 .. C 169
.. .. 60 .. D 79.5
.. .. 64 .. D+NH
.. .. 71 .. BNH
.. .. 59 .. B 77.1
.. .. 52 .. E 67.6
.. .. 34 .. E 110
.. .. 5 .. D34.1
.. .. 30 .. D 107
.. .. 39 .. B 37.3
.. .. 43 .. B+ 38.5
.. .. 45 .. C 39.4
.. .. 47 .. B40.7
.. .. 49 .. A40.4
.. .. 49 .. A41.4
.. .. 51 .. B 31.8
.. .. 53 .. C 32.9
.. .. 21 .. E 123
.. .. 62 .. D+117
.. .. 77 .. B 86.8
.. .. 28 .. E 41.1
.. .. 39 .. B 74.0
.. .. 83 .. B+ NH
.. .. 58 .. B+ 91.0
.. .. 68 .. B+ 109
.. .. 52 .. B47.6
.. .. 68 .. B+ NH

Dividend Stock Close


Vol% Vol P
Stock % Yield Symbol Price Chg Chg 1000 E

ISIntDev 5.5 WPS 36.43 .05 48 28 ..k


ISIntrCr 3.0 CIU 107.9 +.12 65 141 ..k
ISIntrGov 1.9 GVI 109.9 +.05 55 41 ..
ISIntInf 1.8 ITIP 46.38 +.25 14 21 ..
ISIntlPf 4.5 IPFF 24.45 +.11 63 31 ..
ISIntlSel 5.3 IDV 32.95 +.19 16 370 ..
ISJapnL 1.5 ITF 51.03 .38 +29 26 ..k
ISLatAm4 3.1 ILF 36.14 .30 59 269 ..
ISLngTrm4.1 ILTB 56.87 +.55 85 2 ..
ISMBS 1.2 MBB 104.7 +.07 56 254 ..o
ISMicroC 1.5 IWC 66.19 ... 45 57 ..
ISModrtA 2.2 AOM 32.88 .02 +51 65 ..k
ISMortg 14 REM 12.45 .09 60 686 ..
ISMscAc 2.5 ACWV 61.95 .14 31 62 ..
ISMscAs 3.6 AAIT 28.51 .08 85 0.6 ..k
ISAsiaX 9 AXJS 57.44 +.95 +33 0.4 ..
ISMciAus 1.9 EWO 16.95 .01 86 10 ..
ISMsciBel 2.7 EWK 14.22 +.01 93 4 ..
ISMsciBr 3.1 EWZ 43.29 .19 +3 17m ..o
ISMscBri 2.5 BKF 34.91 ... 35 100 ..o
iSHMsci 2.9 EWZS 20.60 .17 +33 38 ..
ISMsciC 1.4 ECH 51.47 +.26 48 135 ..o
ISMscChn 2.4 MCHI 42.11 +.21 24 440 ..o
iSHMsci 2.7 ECNS 40.87 +.02 85 2 ..
ISMscClmCp ICOL 25.23 +.70 50 0.4 99
ISMscEaf 2.9 EFA 60.14 .04 45 11m ..
ISMscEa 2.2 EFAV 59.25 .09 77 43 ..
ISMscEafe 3.3 EFV 50.82 ... 45 98 ..k
iShEMkt 1.9 EEM 39.50 +.16 22 59m ..o
ISMMVl 1.7 EEMV 58.37 +.05 19 457 ..o
ISMEMA 1.7 EEMA 53.16 .02 42 19 ..k
ISMEME 3.6 EEME 49.15 +.10 95 0.1 ..k
ISMEMG 2.4 EGRW 53.91 +3.38 55 0.5 ..k
ISMEMkL2.6 EEML 42.30 .48 +210 9 ..
ISMsEMk 3.1 EVAL 44.20 +.67 95 0.1 ..
ISMsciE 4.0 EEMS 45.97 +.14 95 0.8 ..
ISMEME 2.5 EMEY 36.50 +.19 87 6 ..k
ISMscEm 2.7 EZU 33.93 +.06 +149 3.8m ..o
ISMsciX 1.9 AXDI 75.98 +1.04 80 0.1 ..k
ISMsciX 2.2 AXHE 73.05 1.25 92 0.1 ..k
ISMsciX 1.1 AXIT 60.60 +.18 80 0.1 ..k
ISMsciX 2.0 AXSL 74.35 +.78 40 0.3 ..k
ISMsciX 3.7 AXTE 54.54 +.55 50 0.2 ..k
ISMcXUS 4.3 AXUT 40.90 .20 90 0.4 ..k
ISMscFrn 2.8 EWQ 24.38 +.02 34 627 ..o
ISMsciFrn 1.0 FM 31.05 +.64 30 131 ..k
ISMscGer 1.7 EWG 25.81 +.10 51 2.2m ..o
ISMsciG 1.2 VEGI 26.93 .24 +294 57 ..
ISMsGlb 1.8 RING 10.46 +.43 +34 106 ..
ISMsGlbS 2.2 SLVP 12.10 +.38 61 3 ..
ISMsGlSl 2.2 PICK 17.34 +.04 17 24 ..k
ISMscGr 2.1 EFG 64.84 .10 41 46 ..
ISMscHk 14 EWHS 27.53 .09 43 5 ..
ISMsciInt 2.0 IXUS 52.07 .04 +29 70 1
ISMsciI 2.5 EWI 12.13 ... 83 311 ..o
ISMscJap 1.2 EWJ 11.87 .10 48 32m ..o
ISMsciMe1.0 EWW 65.58 .58 +20 4.8m ..o
IshrsMs 4.7 ENZL 35.20 +.05 70 25 ..
iSHMsPh .9 EPHE 36.17 .05 70 139 ..
ISMsciPo 3.3 EPOL 26.14 +.40 18 204 ..
ISMscRus 2.8 ERUS 20.89 +.26 59 166 ..
ISMsciSK .7 EWY 54.81 .14 34 1.5m ..o
ISMscS 20 EWSS 29.14 .10 67 7 ..
ISMsciS 4.3 EWP 28.54 +.05 88 73 ..o
ISMsciTha 2.4 THD 79.13 +.07 62 127 ..
iShrsUK 2.7 EWU 18.56 .02 58 967 ..o
iShsUSA 1.9 EUSA 36.00 .12 95 2 ..
ISMciUs .0 MTUM 53.61 .21 +266 37 99
ISMsciU .0 VLUE 54.09 .23 38 0.5 99
ISMcUM 2.0 USMV 33.74 .12 55 634 ..k
ISMscWl 1.7 URTH 64.75 +1.53 91 2 ..
ISMstar 2.0 JKD 100.2 .29 43 13 ..k
iShMrnLV 2.3 JKF 75.69 .36 85 11 ..k
iShMstLG 1.3 JKE 86.44 .35 +11 20 ..k
iShMstMV 2.0 JKI 102.2 .67 +19 12 ..k
ISMstar 1.3 JKG 116.3 .56 +121 17 ..k
iShMstMG .7 JKH 126.8 1.02 +11 6 ..k
ISMstarSm 1.4 JKJ 116.6 .51 22 4 ..k
iShMstSG 1.1 JKK 114.8 .92 31 2 ..k
iShMstSV 2.3 JKL 108.5 .56 54 5 ..k
ISNANa 1.7 IGE 40.03 .09 0 328 ..k
ISNATec
.9 IGM 78.13 .10 50 19 ..k
ISNATech 2.3 IGN 29.90 .16 62 20 ..k
ISNATec
.2 IGV 72.26 .20 90 12 ..
ISNatAmt 2.9 MUB 104.9 +.08 15 315 ..o
ISNyAmt 3.1 NYF 104.7 .22 50 4 ..
ISNyse10 2.2 NY 78.44 .27 +296 10 ..k
iShNYCmp 2.2 NYC 86.50 .38 71 5 ..k
iShPhlx 1.1 SOXX 66.73 +.26 76 52 ..
ISRealEs 3.4 FTY 41.93 .07 60 8 ..k
ISResiRea 3.0 REZ 52.72 +.06 77 19 ..k
USRetRea 3.1 RTL 38.24 +.03 12 6 ..k
iSRMCV 1.9 IWS 60.11 .37 36 372 ..
iShaR10 1.6 IWF 76.00 .35 33 1.3m ..
iShaR10 2.1 IWD 86.79 .46 +26 2.0m ..
ISRuss100 1.9 IWB 93.17 .41 51 311 ..
ISRuss2001.7 IWM 103.1 .52 14 36m ..
ISRuss300 1.8 IWV 99.9 .41 +80 463 ..
ISRussMi 1.6 IWR 135.5 .81 13 179 ..
ISRussTo 3.0 IWL 38.05 .12 80 2 ..k
ISS&P10 2.0 OEF 75.30 .21 22 515 ..
ISSP500Gr 1.7 IVW 88.07 .27 25 368 ..
iShSP500 1.9 IVV 168.4 .71 5 5.1m ..
ISSP50
2.1 IVE 79.06 .32 39 384 ..
iShaSPM 1.4 IJH 121.4 .90 23 607 ..
iShSPSml 1.3 IJR 95.91 .40 +1 919 ..
ISSPTotUs 1.8 ITOT 76.60 .33 24 102 ..k
ISSelc
3.2 DVY 66.78 .34 51 653 ..
ISShrtTr .0 SHV 110.2 +.01 72 183 ..
iShSilver
SLV 19.33 +.05 52 6.6m ..
ISStNatAm .9 SUB 105.3 .16 39 30 ..
ISTargtD 2.1 TZE 35.93 .07 86 0.5 ..k
ISTargtD 2.1 TZG 37.32 ... +8 5 ..k
ISTrgDate 2.1 TZI 38.41 +.06 98 0.1 ..k
ISTargtD 2.1 TZL 39.04 .20 59 1 ..k
ISTargtD 2.1 TZO 39.48 .10 0 2 ..k
ISTargtD 2.1 TZV 40.09 +.02 76 0.9 ..k
ISTargtD 2.0 TZW 31.29 .06 83 0.2 ..k
ISTargtD 2.0 TZY 31.46 .07 +64 2 ..k
ISTipsBn 1.4 TIP 112.7 +.45 47 815 ..o
ISTran
1.0 IYT 114.5 .87 +28 503 ..
ISUSAe 1.7 ITA 86.01 .69 +99 36 ..k
ISUsPf
5.7 PFF 38.99 .10 34 2.0m ..
ISUSBasc 2.3 IYM 69.64 .57 55 60 ..
ISUSBrok 1.9 IAI 31.90 .35 42 60 ..k
ISUSCon 1.9 IYK 89.90 .79 58 15 ..k
ISUSCnsm 1.2 IYC 108.0 .34 42 20 ..k
ISUSEnr 1.6 IYE 46.36 .25 52 224 ..
ISUSF
1.4 IYF 74.72 .36 42 212 ..

IBD Composite Rating


Earnings Per Share Growth Rating
Relative Price Strength Rating
Sales+Profit Margins+ROE
Accumulation/Distribution (3 mos)
52-wk

6 6 6 6 6 High
.. .. 77 .. B 75.6
.. .. 62 .. C 105
.. .. 70 .. A87.0
.. .. 55 .. C+ 26.2
.. .. 64 .. A87.2
.. .. 76 .. B 43.3
.. .. 59 .. ANH
.. .. 59 .. B 61.0
.. .. 57 .. D 77.2
.. .. 55 .. BNH
.. .. 33 .. D76.2
.. .. 70 .. B+ 31.1
.. .. 47 .. B78.6
.. .. 60 .. DNH
.. .. 28 .. D 25.6
.. .. 43 .. B102
.. .. 59 .. B 71.2
.. .. 21 .. E 55.2
.. .. 32 .. C 100
.. .. 1 .. .. 103
.. .. 29 .. C 101
.. .. 1 .. .. 104
.. .. 27 .. B+ 100
.. .. 1 .. .. 104
.. .. 21 .. E 100
.. .. 1 .. .. 103
.. .. 22 .. B71.7
.. .. 62 .. B+ 75.9
.. .. 69 .. B+ NH
.. .. 39 .. B 45.7
.. .. 6 .. D+48.0
.. .. 30 .. B27.8
.. .. 8 .. D22.5
.. .. 33 .. E 21.0
.. .. 49 .. A48.5
.. .. 19 .. D 37.0
.. .. 18 .. D64.1
.. .. 25 .. D 51.5
.. .. 47 .. B 40.7
.. .. 30 .. C+ 39.0
.. .. 43 .. C+ 34.3
.. .. 30 .. C 37.1
.. .. 36 .. C+ 56.6
.. .. 29 .. C 96.3
.. .. 65 .. A NH
.. .. 47 .. E 54.5
.. .. 30 .. D+61.9
.. .. 23 .. D 28.2
.. .. 31 .. B29.6
.. .. 55 .. C 22.0
.. .. 55 .. D32.9
.. .. 25 .. D 36.5
.. .. 72 .. D+30.0
.. .. 45 .. C 45.9
.. .. 57 .. C 55.5
.. .. 39 .. C+ 16.9
.. .. 58 .. B22.4
.. .. 27 .. D14.7
.. .. 48 .. D34.4
.. .. 52 .. D31.2
.. .. 49 .. B 14.4
.. .. 21 .. D77.4
.. .. 79 .. B+ 194
.. .. 71 .. B+ 119
.. .. 66 .. C NH
.. .. 57 .. B62.7
.. .. 60 .. B+ 114
.. .. 61 .. B NH
.. .. 51 .. C 40.4
.. .. 26 .. B99
.. .. 26 .. B 105
.. .. 66 .. B+ NH
.. .. 73 .. B 99
.. .. 77 .. B9.9
.. .. 49 .. C 50.6
.. .. 62 .. C+ 137
85 36 98 D A 34.3
41 4 80 D B+ 8.8
76 67 53 B B 6.1
8 13 7 E B 1.5
.. .. 51 .. C 46.6
33 31 44 C B+ 120
.. .. 26 .. D 51.7
14 5 82 E D12.6
6 48 11 C E 17.3
28 31 54 D B 1.9
9 22 27 D C 48.4
65 46 85 B B 32.2
72 38 92 B A 59.0
84 93 77 B A17.2
5 5 1 E E 2.9
.. .. 23 .. .. 20.2
52 81 18 A B+ 22.5
36 6 77 E B 12.0

Dividend Stock Close


Vol% Vol P
Stock % Yield Symbol Price Chg Chg 1000 E

ISUSFinl 1.1 IYG 75.02 .42 +3 118 ..


ISUSHeal 1.3 IYH 104.8 .60 46 51 ..
ISUSHlt
.6 IHF 86.48 .23 +85 134 ..
ISUSHom .4 ITB 22.97 .14 +94 11m ..
ISUSI
1.4 IYJ 86.53 .47 47 99 ..k
ISUSIns 1.5 IAK 42.62 .22 52 21 ..k
ISUSMed
.4 IHI 80.78 .27 +53 102 ..k
ISUSOi
.6 IEZ 59.41 .50 40 60 ..
ISUSOilG .9 IEO 73.50 .57 14 97 ..
ISUSPh
1.6 IHE 104.1 .93 56 17 ..k
ISUSRea 3.6 IYR 68.50 .11 58 6.4m ..
ISUSRe 1.6 IAT 30.39 .31 +19 230 ..
ISUST
1.1 IYW 77.51 +.02 19 257 ..k
ISUSTel
2.6 IYZ 28.36 +.14 18 386 ..
ISUsTrs 1.0 GOVT 24.55 +.02 23 36 ..k
ISUSUti 3.1 IDU 98.23 .55 39 227 ..
ISUsaEs 1.5 KLD 70.81 .28 71 3 ..k
ISUtil 3.4 AMPS 48.35 +.55 98 0.2 ..k
ISBond
.6 IBCB 99.6 +.13 96 0.2 99
ISBd2016Crp IBDA 100.4 .17 +999 3 99
ISBond 1.3 IBCC 97.18 .13 86 0.9 99
ISBd2018Crp IBDB 100.8 +.05 +999 5 99
ISBond 2.1 IBCD 96.24 +1.21 95 0.3 99
ISBd2020Crp IBDC 101.2 +.41 60 0.4 99
ISBond 3.0 IBCE 92.79 .37 98 0.1 99
ISBd2023Crp IBDD 101.9 1.77 67 0.1 99
iSSoAfr 3.0 EZA 59.80 +.07 16 334 ..o
iSRMCG 1.1 IWP 75.23 .53 21 252 ..
iSSCGth
1.1 IJT 102.8 .49 36 89 ..
iSACWX 2.6 ACWX 42.61 ... +74 620 ..k
iShPeru 3.9 EPU 32.76 +.29 20 182 ..o
iShEmEEu 1.3 ESR 24.49 +.24 64 4 ..
iShEMM 3.6 EMMT 15.68 .12 8 3 ..k
iShrHon 2.9 EWH 18.83 +.01 64 1.8m ..o
iSKokus 2.5 TOK 47.23 .07 93 1 ..k
iShSPEM 3.4 EMIF 31.45 .10 73 6 ..k
iSh10yC 4.6 CLY 56.56 +.25 76 26 ..
iShChnHK 2.6 FCHI 42.99 +.27 24 3 ..k
iShDevS 3.0 IFSM 38.59 .14 50 3 ..k
iShAsia 6.3 IFAS 33.43 .11 52 8 ..k
iShEuro 3.6 IFEU 31.60 .05 64 2 ..k
iShGlbR 5.8 IFGL 32.64 .10 94 65 ..
iShNoAm 3.1 IFNA 51.10 .01 97 0.2 ..k
iShHYCB 6.4 HYG 92.72 .23 47 3.2m ..o
iShrsKL
1.5 DSI 62.98 .26 17 12 ..k
iShACWI 2.1 ACWI 52.15 .12 4 1.2m ..
iShAsia 1.9 AAXJ 56.39 +.09 51 283 ..
iShrsAu 6.0 EWA 23.65 +.32 59 993 ..o
iShrCan 2.5 EWC 27.45 +.08 30 1.6m ..o
iShEurFn 2.1 EUFN 20.78 .09 76 18 ..k
iShFarE 2.4 FEFN 30.08 +.09 64 4 ..k
iShIndo 1.5 EIDO 30.39 +.02 54 228 ..
iShIrel 1.2 EIRL 29.71 .24 77 7 ..
iShIsrael 2.3 EIS 44.80 .08 6 19 ..
iShJpSC 1.9 SCJ 52.37 .41 87 4 ..
iShrMal 2.3 EWM 15.73 ... +16 2.0m ..o
iShrNth 1.5 EWN 22.30 +.03 +205 389 ..
iShrSng 4.4 EWS 13.24 .06 34 1.5m ..o
iShrSwe 3.2 EWD 32.22 +.38 67 82 ..
iShrsSw 2.0 EWL 29.85 ... 73 174 ..o
iShrsTa 1.9 EWT 14.06 +.06 +6 5.5m ..o
iShTurky 1.9 TUR 59.41 +.58 64 240 ..o
iShaNdq
.3 IBB 191.1 1.97 +4 841 ..
iShR200 1.2 IWO 119.0 .79 14 961 ..
iShR200 2.2 IWN 90.67 .17 46 620 ..
iShR300 1.5 IWZ 62.38 .25 68 6 ..k
iShaR30 2.0 IWW 113.6 .68 44 5 ..k
iSRTop2 2.0 IWX 37.18 .21 82 18 ..k
iSRTop2 1.8 IWY 39.80 .10 +7 55 ..k
ISC13I .9 ISHG 92.55 +.51 91 3 ..
iShCiti 1.7 IGOV 98.12 +.66 30 33 ..
iShaMCV 1.7 IJJ 106.5 .63 32 90 ..
iShSCVal 1.4 IJS 99.6 .34 7 132 ..
iShGCln 2.4 ICLN 9.30 +.03 8 18 ..k
iSGTmb 1.1 WOOD 47.66 +.09 27 33 ..k
iShMCGth 1.0 IJK 135.1 .95 2 150 ..
IsisPhrm
ISIS 31.34 2.21 +6 1.9m ..
IsleCapri
ISLE 8.10 +.11 40 58 25o
Isoftstone
ISS 5.20 .04 59 149 8o
IsoRayn
ISR .52 ... 68 30 ..
iSEafeSC 3.0 SCZ 44.61 .07 38 230 ..
Isramco
ISRL 107.0 +4.98 71 0.4 99k
iSPacxJ 4.5 EPP 44.87 +.32 69 420 ..o
iStarFincl
SFI 11.59 .16 73 299 ..
ItauUni
.6 ITUB 12.38 .08 48 6.4m 8
Iteris
ITI 1.82 +.02 64 10 45k
Itron
r ITRI 42.39 .05 46 220 14
ITTCorp 1.3 r ITT 31.14 .49 40 333 17
ITTEduc
ESI 27.70 +.26 +20 908 5
Ituran 4.9 ITRN 17.07 .01 31 13 13
IvanhoEn .0 IVAN .92 .01 +7 304 ..k
IvyHiInO 8.0 IVH 18.70 .29 +13 122 99
IXIA
XXIA 14.83 .13 31 511 26
IXYS
1.0 r IXYS 11.96 +.06 +54 106 35k

J
95 73 87 A ANH J2Global 2.1 JCOM 45.59 +.93 9 306 17
66 15 98 E A 11.4 JASolar .0 JASO 8.98 +.03 +59 4.8m ..o
84 71 81 C B15.6 JDSUniph JDSU 14.90 .09 22 2.8m 25
62 65 59 B C+ 7.4 JMPGrp 2.0 r JMP 7.06 .04 +14 33 10k
.. .. 57 .. A47.1 JPMDsULgBd DSTJ 38.40 +1.90 +999 22 99
.. .. 57 .. C+ 49.3 JPMAler 4.3 AMJ 47.95 .61 15 826 ..
51 3 76 B B+ NH JTHHlding
TAX 18.95 +.81 +13 26 30
89 95 79 B A83.6 J&JSnac .8 JJSF 82.53 .34 +16 57 25k
64 61 74 C B24.0 JabilCir 1.4 r JBL 22.31 +.30 +6 2.2m 9o
95 92 72 A B 49.8 JackHen 1.6 r JKHY 49.08 .41 +62 499 23
83 68 84 D B+ 41.4 JackInBox JACK 40.75 .25 37 239 25
3 9 1 E E 3.6 Jacksnvlle JAXB .50 +.01 +185 140 ..k
58 69 81 C D 58.4 JacobsEngnr JEC 57.50 .35 +4 832 18
8 1 20 E B+ 16.7 JakksPa 2.4 JAKK 11.47 .14 +11 153 ..
51 43 76 D D17.5 Jamba .0 JMBA 16.12 .26 31 148 ..
20 43 22 B D54.0 JamesHa 1.9 JHX 44.75 .15 83 1 28k
1 1 10 E B5.9 JamesRivr JRCC 1.77 +.02 70 408 ..
45 55 52 C B+ 10.2 JanusCap 2.9 JNS 9.51 .10 29 2.1m 15
.. .. 71 .. B7.4 JapanEq .9 JEQ 6.84 +.04 60 20 ..k
.. .. 64 .. D9.9 JpnSmCap .9 JOF 9.07 +.01 76 29 ..
69 82 74 C C+ 49.3 Jarden
.0 r JAH 45.13 .72 +29 1.3m 16
5 1 3 .. E 20.2 JavelineM 20 JMI 13.36 .13 53 320 5
98 99 85 A B74.47JazzPharm JAZZ.71.80 .81 31 739 13
94 81 71 A B77.8 JBHunt .8 JBHT 75.48 .74 +20 710 28o
4 7 23 E B32.6 JCPenney 4.7 JCP 17.13 .49 7 8.5m ..
70 69 97 E C 6.0 JffrsnBanc JFBI 5.64 .04 90 0.7 26k
38 38 49 D C+ 7.3 Jetblue
JBLU 6.62 +.14 +57 5.5m 18
86 58 97 B A13.9 JwttCmr .0 r JCTCF 12.89 +.34 67 5 13
.. .. 35 .. A15.0 JFChina
.7 JFC 13.67 +.10 66 4 ..k
91 98 59 A D 6.4 Jiayuan 4.3 r DATE 5.63 +.11 26 17 15o
69 24 99 E B+ NH JinkoSol
JKS 12.43 +.40 +77 1.4m ..o
7 13 22 D B7.5 Jinpan
2.3 JST 5.11 +.10 +5 39 7
47 8 70 D B 20.8 JiveSoftwre JIVE 17.79 +.68 36 472 ..
50 47 54 C B 2.0 JoesJeans JOEZ 1.47 .39 +999 7.2m 14

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78 59 87 C A23.8 JohnBean 1.5 JBT 23.58 +.08
.. .. 75 .. B23.8 JhnHckFi 5.1 r BTO 23.15 .03
.. .. 43 .. C 17.8 JHHedgE 7.5 r HEQ 17.13 .12
.. .. 15 .. B 25.0 JhnHkIn 8.0 JHI 20.68 +.15
.. .. 14 .. E 24.3 JohnHan 8.4 HPF 19.96 .20
.. .. 19 .. E 20.5 JohHanPfd 8.2 HPS 17.89 .17
.. .. 20 .. E 15.2 JHancPre 6.9 PDT 13.13 .09
.. .. 15 .. B18.1 JhnHnkS 7.1 JHS 14.60 .01
.. .. 29 .. C 14.0 JHTxAd 10 HTY 12.51 .15
.. .. 28 .. E 21.5 JonHncTx 6.2 r HTD 19.05 +.02
.. .. 12 .. E 24.5 JhnHnkP 8.4 HPI 19.91 .31
77 73 70 A B NH Johnson 2.9 JNJ 90.40 ...
61 37 75 C B 38.3 Johnson 2.0 JCI 37.15 .09
63 70 60 D ANH JhnsnOtdrs JOUT 25.33 +.02
66 51 80 D B+ 17.0 JonesGrp 1.3 JNY 15.79 .21
51 42 58 B C+ 101 JonesLa
.5 JLL 94.58 +.06
21 34 24 C B+ 50.8 JosABank JOSB 41.60 1.06
98 87 94 A A+9.4 7JournalCmm JRN 9.20 .07
17 64 19 B E 69.2 JoyGlob 1.3 JOY 52.18 +.60
80 95 78 B C 55.9 JPMorga 2.8 r JPM 55.01 +.12
58 70 66 C B+ 23.0 JuniperNtk JNPR 20.55 +.10
18 80 10 .. E 11.7 JustEn
11 JE 6.89 +.24

Vol% Vol P
Chg 1000 E
6 91 18k
+4 73 ..k
21 49 ..k
44 21 ..k
+16 94 ..k
19 108 ..k
34 121 ..k
+8 46 ..k
+30 35 ..k
20 113 ..k
45 55 ..k
+14 11m 16o
+5 4.0m 15
39 8 16k
+21 1.1m 14
+3 329 17
35 287 16o
+66 395 13
37 1.3m 7o
17 19m 9o
61 2.5m 22
+4 754 1

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27 43 65 D C 36.7 KBR
1.0 KBR 32.72 .55 +18 1.7m 15
76 74 68 A D11.5 KCAPFi 10 KCAP 10.97 ... 34 236 10
26 23 41 D D16.5 KEYWHldg KEYW 13.42 .30 33 153 ..
38 65 45 A D 11.9 KKRFincl 7.7 KFN 10.91 .06 +42 1.0m 5
47 35 78 D C 23.4 KMGChem .5 KMG 22.85 .23 +47 28 20
52 78 48 C C+ 15.0 KVHIndus KVHI 14.29 +.05 +8 36 31
96 94 85 C A30.97K12
LRN 29.87 .06 40 181 42o
66 39 86 D A35.0 Kadant 1.5 r KAI 33.42 .75 38 27 15
56 87 52 D B 67.0 KaiserA 1.8 KALU 65.03 +.23 27 107 17
10 7 10 .. D 8.3 KaloBiosPhm KBIO 5.95 +.13 +43 46 ..k
46 8 87 D .. 13.0 Kamada
KMDA 12.61 +.32 95 9 ..k
63 66 50 C B+ 38.6 Kaman 1.7 KAMN 37.91 +.02 +35 112 17k
25 40 61 B E 8.5 KandiTech KNDI 4.53 .23 47 1.3m 28
72 68 58 D B+ NH KanCity 2.6 KCLI 41.43 +.48 +65 22 17k
75 86 84 B D+118 KCSouth .8 KSU 113.8 .46 45 641 32
84 83 79 C A25.0 KARAuct 3.1 KAR 24.70 .20 25 594 23
45 28 76 C A29.2 Kaydon 2.8 KDN 28.57 .23 8 135 17
.. .. 51 .. D+36.8 KaynAnd 5.3 KMF 34.10 .28 43 47 ..
.. .. 45 .. D 39.7 KaynAnd 6.5 KYN 35.45 .67 7 421 ..
9 8 31 E B27.9 KayneAn 6.9 KED 25.69 .41 9 28 99k
.. .. 39 .. D+31.7 KAEnrgy 6.6 KYE 29.07 .60 46 53 ..
10 30 22 C D+37.6 KBFncl 1.2 KB 31.25 .43 48 71 9
45 57 76 D C+ 25.1 KBHome .5 KBH 19.27 +.30 +27 6.0m ..o
71 90 47 D B+ 10.9 KearnyF 1.9 KRNY 10.58 +.10 33 28 99k
.. .. 24 .. B+ 7.8 Keating .5 KIPO 6.05 .05 33 14 ..k
69 57 63 A B66.8 Kellogg 2.7
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36 33 70 D B19.0 KellyA 1.1 KELYA 18.09 +.05 9 119 12
25 33 69 D E 21.2 KellyB 1.1 KELYB 18.40 .25 75 0.1 12k
7 8 20 E D 7.0 Kemet
KEM 4.90 +.24 40 158 ..
49 61 60 E B 36.0 Kemper 2.7 KMPR 35.68 .30 31 93 33k
37 47 48 B B44.6 Kenname1.6 r KMT 40.16 .14 36 343 14
72 92 37 B C+ 8.5 KntckyF 4.9 KFFB 8.20 .10 67 0.6 25
75 48 99 E C 10.0 KeryxBiop KERX 8.41 +.04 +258 8.1m ..
26 44 40 D C+ 13.7 Kewaune 3.1 KEQU 12.95 +.16 +15 5 11
12 2 16 C B 9.6 KeyEngyn
KEG 6.39 .13 50 1.4m 13
45 33 86 E D 16.4 KeyTech
KTEC 14.75 .02 +32 5 30k
59 68 58 B C 12.3 KeyTronic KTCC 11.44 +.14 74 20 8o
58 38 82 C B 12.1 Keycorp 1.9 r KEY 11.55 .21 6 9.9m 12
74 54 93 C B+ 20.0 Keynote 1.4 r KEYN 19.87 .07 +80 419 26
65 68 67 C B 16.7 Kforce
.0 KFRC 15.64 .14 8 135 18k
9 2 46 E C+ 2.1 KidBrands
KID 1.63 .02 68 7 27k
36 54 46 D B 60.3 Kilroy
2.6 KRC 54.33 .47 30 337 ..
32 62 54 D D+13.3 KimbllB 1.8 KBALB 11.05 .11 7 62 21k
6 27 1 .. B0.8 KimberR
KBX .13 .01 16 93 ..
76 80 50 B D+106 KimberlyC 3.2 KMB 100.2 +.07 14 2.2m 18
31 45 44 C B+ 25.1 KimcoRl 3.7 KIM 22.51 +.01 41 2.4m 77
67 68 48 A D+41.5 KindrMr 3.8 KMI 39.75 .56 45 1.9m 55
36 69 43 .. D89.6 KinderM .0 KMR 85.10 1.13 1 605 99
59 70 29 A D 93.0 KinderMrg 6.0 KMP 86.11 .82 +18 1.7m 36
73 82 89 D B14.5 KindredHl
KND 14.38 +.40 15 396 8
27 74 14 B B1.9 KingldJwlry KGJI 1.18 .05 54 44 2k
14 5 44 E B 4.5 Kingsway .0 KFS 3.65 .15 63 6 ..k
16 83 4 B D11.2 KinrsGo 3.1 KGC 5.10 +.31 16 10m 6
11 1 9 E D9.5 Kior
KIOR 4.42 +.03 21 218 ..
10 18 28 E C+ 2.3 KipsBayMed KIPS 1.00 ... 91 8 ..k
70 54 83 B B NH Kirby
KEX 81.09 2.56 +17 329 21
85 44 96 C A NH Kirklands
KIRK 19.29 +.04 +32 208 24o
26 36 37 D B6.9 KiteRea 4.0 KRG 5.97 .02 8 535 ..k
53 34 72 B B 21.6 KKR
6.7 KKR 20.07 .46 47 1.3m 9
73 56 70 B A60.4 KLATenc2.7 r KLAC 59.48 +.23 22 1.4m 14
70 54 76 A D18.0 KenndyW 1.6 KW 17.80 +.03 +84 401 68
82 65 58 B B+ 17.7 KnightT 1.4 KNX 17.21 .09 56 242 20
14 10 37 D B8.9 KnghtT 9 VLCCF 7.16 .02 8 199 ..o
22 36 36 C C+ 18.7 Knoll
3.1 KNL 15.50 .12 +77 249 14
59 80 50 C D 24.8 KNOTOffshr KNOP 23.72 +.11 81 9 98
51 74 28 A D10.0 KodiakOG
KOG 8.57 +.15 +11 6.6m 17
49 65 54 C B 55.3 Kohls
2.6 KSS 52.94 .56 +10 2.8m 12
71 16 90 C A12.9 KonaGrill KONA 12.46 .14 27 20 21k
37 27 57 D B28.3 Konami 2.1 KNM 22.73 +1.16 67 5 20k
60 76 47 A B 8.2 KongZhg r KONG 6.88 +.23 +301 380 8
29 31 62 D C 32.0 Koninkl 2.8 PHG 29.78 +.22 26 632 25
38 50 52 E A4.0 Kopin
r KOPN 3.82 .01 21 122 ..k
33 56 25 B C 46.5 Koppers 2.7 KOP 36.49 3.14 +606 852 11
15 35 20 D B 16.4 KoreaElecPwr KEP 12.30 .06 59 157 ..
.. .. 23 .. B9.5 KoreaEq
.0 KEF 8.01 .03 54 15 ..k
.. .. 24 .. B 42.3 Korea Fund
KF 36.28 .09 +38 29 ..k
84 81 81 C B19.87KornFerry KFY 19.54 +.02 9 226 17o
23 45 32 D D+13.1 Kosmos
KOS 11.02 +.18 47 404 ..
21 3 42 C B5.6 Koss
4.7 KOSS 5.06 .18 6 3 20
87 35 98 B B 44.3 KapStone .0 KS 43.27 +.13 52 179 28
65 65 68 B B 57.8 KraftF 3.5 KRFT 57.47 .16 45 1.8m 17
3 13 20 E B 28.3 KratonPerf KRA 20.44 +.07 29 175 88
78 36 84 C B+ 7.1 KratosDef KTOS 7.02 +.06 17 376 15
99 99 98 B A 20.67KrispyKrm KKD 19.70 .49 +32 1.9m 35o
96 88 88 B A38.2 Kroger 1.6 r KR.38.13 +.37 +10 4.4m 13o
34 64 33 C D20.5 KronosW 3.8 KRO 15.64 .10 53 116 36
26 11 55 E B1.6 Ku6Media KUTV 1.20 .05 56 22 ..
28 30 50 B D+13.0 KulickeSof KLIC 11.22 .05 45 289 5
44 54 77 D D 114 Kyocera 1.1 KYO 111.7 +.52 36 7 26k
45 1 73 .. A31.9 KytheraBio KYTH 28.20 .81 55 41 ..k

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90 98 97 A C 4.9
80 92 52 B B53.3
70 47 90 B C 27.7
65 35 91 E A 2.3
19 47 29 C D 16.8
30 50 50 E D+6.9
36 42 59 C B24.1
19 1 49 E A 2.1
93 92 78 A C 26.8
41 42 27 B D23.2
62 47 81 D B9.9
84 92 70 B C 39.8
44 25 64 C B1.5
4 20 11 .. D20.1
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LLEN 3.43
LBrands 2.3 r LTD 51.81
LCNB
3.0 LCNB 21.59
LDKSolrn
LDK 1.77
LGDisplay
LPL 12.41
LGLGroup
LGL 6.10
LHCGroup LHCG 22.30
LJ Intl
JADE 1.98
LKQ
.0 LKQ 25.62
LMIAero
LMIA 19.89
LNBBanc .4 LNBB 8.99
LPLFncl 1.4 r LPLA 38.13
LRAD
LRAD 1.26
LRREner 12 LRE 14.94
LSBIndust
LXU 31.40

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.74 60 11 19
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6 6 6 6 6 High Stock % Yield Symbol Price Chg Chg 1000 E


34 59 46 A E 48.7 LTCPpty 4.5 LTC 41.11 .01 39 126 26
27 43 29 D C+ 6.8 LTXCrednc LTXC 5.75 .03 +24 254 ..o
74 66 64 C B NH L3Comm 2.4 r LLL 90.25 .61 +41 707 10
45 80 46 C C 22.6 LouisPacific LPX 17.15 .05 22 2.5m 21
54 66 42 B B101 LabCorpAmer r LH 97.28 .06 +29 1.0m 14
48 72 53 D B+ 48.5 Laclede 3.6 LG 46.69 .21 60 155 15
70 36 84 D A2.0 LadenbrgTh LTS 1.96 .01 6 233 ..k
80 68 64 B B+ NH Lakeland 2.5 LKFN 30.70 +.15 +1 37 14k
34 51 49 D C 14.7 LakeSho 2.4 LSBK 11.75 +.30 +213 5 18k
6 27 1 .. C 1.2 LakeShoreGold LSG .32 +.01 72 118 ..k
71 81 54 C A11.2 Lakeland 2.5 LBAI 11.17 +.14 57 55 14
5 1 35 E B 8.0 LakeIand
LAKE 4.90 ... 98 0.6 ..
79 41 73 C A3.8 LakesEnt
LACO 3.55 .06 69 7 88k
68 37 84 B B 50.6 LamResrch r LRCX 49.51 .10 7 1.8m 24
30 55 54 D E 49.6 Lamar
LAMR 44.60 .24 +6 1.2m 99
72 88 63 B C 85.1 LancstrC 1.9 LANC 83.92 +.13 45 32 20o
7 33 12 B E 66.0 Landauer 4.5 LDR 48.72 .03 43 19 18k
84 69 84 B B 15.6 Landec
LNDC 14.97 .19 29 83 21
44 49 38 B D+22.5 Landmrk 3.6 LARK 20.84 +.10 38 2 10k
45 60 31 B D60.0 Landstar 3.4 r LSTR 52.12 .93 +19 433 18
96 80 98 C A 14.2 Lannett
LCI 13.89 .09 52 56 38
5 23 7 E C+ 2.5 Lantronx
LTRX 1.65 .05 46 15 82
77 85 61 C B10.6 Laporte 1.6 LPSB 10.05 ... 86 0.5 13k
38 27 53 B B 24.1 LaredoPetro LPI 20.93 +.52 +7 807 55
89 74 64 A B60.5 LasVegas 2.5 r LVS 54.99 +.16 45 3.0m 25
27 63 22 C C 29.5 LaSalle 3.2 LHO 25.06 .69 +160 2.0m 39
10 6 3 B E 26.2 LatamAir .0 LFL 14.96 +.07 67 179 48k
.. .. 13 .. C 16.6 LatinAm .4 LDF 13.33 .13 29 8 ..k
51 50 75 E B+ 5.7 LatticeSemi r LSCC 5.31 +.08 +54 1.2m ..
53 66 80 E C 19.0 Lawson 3.4 LAWS 13.96 .01 87 2 ..k
5 9 35 E E 25.1 LayneChrst LAYN 20.85 +.31 45 86 ..o
.. .. 45 .. C 18.1 LazGlbTR 6.5 LGI 16.69 .02 54 12 ..k
39 46 45 B C 38.4 Lazard
3.1 LAZ 32.64 .11 7 710 23
.. .. 36 .. E 14.7 LAzWldDv 7.1 LOR 13.05 .01 21 22 ..k
95 95 88 C B22.3 LaZBoy
.7 LZB 21.57 .37 16 322 26o
3 2 13 E C 4.6 LCAVis
LCAV 3.09 ... +6 35 ..
48 84 32 A D4.4 LeGaga
r GAGA 3.71 +.01 96 1 6o
40 60 75 D B5.2 LeadgBgrs LBIX 4.65 .07 75 5 16
55 14 99 E A NH LeapWire
LEAP 17.28 +.33 +319 8.2m ..
64 53 71 B B 12.3 LeapFrog
LF 10.82 .30 23 967 10
76 37 88 C B 65.3 LearCorp 1.1 r LEA 63.74 .92 9 879 11
7 7 5 E E 5.9 LearngTree LTRE 3.34 +.02 99 0.1 ..k
38 4 96 .. B+ 3.0 LeeEntrp
LEE 2.24 .11 +27 520 31
31 41 34 C C 29.9 LegacyR 8.4 LGCY 27.25 +.10 30 132 23
.. .. 15 .. D23.2 LMBGblI 8.1 BWG 17.82 .26 19 81 ..k
40 56 65 D D+37.1 LeggMas 1.6 LM 32.74 .14 46 1.0m 12
45 85 61 C E 34.3 LegetPl 3.6 LEG 31.79 .40 7 1.0m 21
64 88 67 .. B26.3 Lehigh
7.2 LGP 24.98 +.03 75 9 42k
72 88 47 D B+ 6.8 LeMaitr 1.8 LMAT 6.56 .11 91 2 36k
59 61 78 B C+ 34.1 LenderP 1.2 r LPS 32.08 .03 15 1.6m 10
42 99 29 B D34.9 LennarB .6 LENB 28.25 .08 +278 118 21
48 99 24 B B44.4 LennarA .5 LEN.35.48 .07 +24 8.2m 26o
82 77 79 B B69.2 Lennox
1.4 r LII 67.61 .65 31 262 23
56 26 99 D A 5.7 LentuoIntl
LAS 5.11 +.33 2 73 99
19 35 46 B E 32.4 Leucadia .9 LUK 26.96 +.20 40 912 10
35 55 35 D C+ 25.3 Level3Com LVLT 21.80 ... 28 1.2m ..
46 40 47 E B+ 3.3 LexiPhrm
LXRX 2.63 +.03 37 668 ..k
31 7 65 B D+13.8 Lexngton 4.8 LXP 12.43 +.04 20 1.5m 15
42 29 88 C C 33.6 LexmarkA3.6 r LXK 33.10 ... 33 512 9
94 99 91 C A26.0 Libbey
LBY 24.88 .23 51 48 10
.. .. 54 .. B5.5 LbtyAllSt 5.9 USA 5.47 .05 3 486 ..k
.. .. 54 .. B 4.8 LbtyAllS 5.9 ASG 4.71 .04 +18 49 ..k
38 51 76 E E NH LbtyGlbC r LBTYK 75.01 +.28 26 1.0m ..
49 51 76 E BNH LibtyGlbA r LBTYA 79.76 .02 18 2.4m ..
53 38 77 D B24.7 LibrtyInter LINTA 24.49 +.09 43 1.1m 31
61 22 91 .. B 90.3 LibInterVtA LVNTA 88.00 +1.44 8 130 2k
86 37 78 A B 140 LibertyA
LMCA 138.7 .49 5 778 1
93 37 80 A A NH LibertyB
LMCB 138.8 +1.92 +433 2 1k
21 39 33 C B45.0 Liberty 4.9 LRY 38.94 +.21 +11 978 38
8 13 45 E D+4.5 LifePrt 6.8 LPHI 2.94 .03 27 41 ..
90 77 84 B B 74.8 LifeTech
r LIFE 74.62 .01 35 1.5m 18
76 68 69 B B NH LifetimeFit LTM 54.37 +.37 +24 413 19
86 33 88 A B+ 12.5 Lifelock
LOCK 11.52 +.21 8 810 88
59 53 69 C C+ 53.3 LifepntHosp r LPNT 51.38 +.03 39 211 17
73 82 62 D A14.2 LifetimeB .8 LCUT 14.13 +.03 58 13 12k
58 38 34 A B+ 3.9 Lifevantage r LFVN 2.59 .05 24 682 19o
98 93 96 A B 18.4 Lifeway .4 LWAY 17.89 +.10 36 20 43k
97 72 98 D A+46.6 LigandPhar r LGND 44.13 .57 +2 284 99
19 56 10 E C 2.7 Lightbridge LTBR 1.57 ... +43 18 ..
78 70 91 .. .. 18.2 LightInTheBoxLITB 15.17 .72 55 506 99k
90 54 98 E A+1.8 LightP
LPTH 1.75 +.06 +28 228 29
74 94 57 A D6.5 LihuaI
.0 LIWA 5.21 .12 +2 122 2
24 5 73 D B2.2 LimeEngyn LIME .92 +.01 93 1 99k
22 13 55 E A3.0 Limelight LLNW 2.44 +.05 15 341 ..
41 42 57 C B 24.6 Limonei .7 LMNR 21.83 +.35 24 21 58
83 49 99 .. B+ 18.7 LINTvA
TVL 17.62 .78 +9 510 14
33 7 80 E D+7.3 LinclnE 4.3 LINC 6.50 +.15 59 41 ..
80 81 82 B B63.3 LinclnE 1.3 LECO 61.18 1.10 +9 319 18
87 62 92 B B40.7 Lincoln 1.2 r LNC 40.12 +.17 +12 3.4m 8
54 93 37 A D+94.9 Lindsay
.6 LNN 79.13 .17 +6 183 14o
78 62 65 A BNH LinearT 2.6 r LLTC 40.03 +.48 21 1.5m 20
99 99 92 A B202 7LinkedIn LNKD 193.7 5.15 6 1.8m 99
39 81 47 B D4.5 Linktone r LTON 2.59 +.01 +8 31 4k
8 1 5 D D 44.2 LinnCo
9 LNCO 29.08 .30 62 372 20
6 25 3 B D 42.6 LinnEngy 11 LINE 25.01 .19 54 2.2m 18
42 57 26 B B 4.3 Lionbridge r LIOX 3.32 +.03 61 165 8k
99 80 97 A B+ 33.4 LionsGate
LGF 31.94 .82 12 1.3m 19
4 23 3 .. B11.8 LipoScience LPDX 6.53 .18 91 8 ..k
45 81 7 A D 57.4 Liquidity
LQDT 29.83 2.55 +454 2.2m 16
91 98 95 A D60.3 LithiaMo .9 r LAD 58.23 1.00 52 136 17
95 93 86 B A 83.8 Littelf 1.0 LFUS 82.67 .41 19 75 20
44 13 95 E B NH LiveNatn
LYV 16.42 .07 47 818 ..
4 1 3 E D13.1 LiveDeal
LIVE 2.60 ... 90 3 ..k
25 46 3 B B19.2 Liveperson LPSN 9.79 ... 50 424 32
70 50 94 D A4.2 Lloyds
LYG 4.19 .03 38 1.4m ..
.. .. 47 .. C 17.3 LMPCap 7.2 SCD 15.64 .14 31 38 ..
.. .. 24 .. B 14.7 LMPCpLn 6.9 TLI 12.62 .10 +32 41 ..k
.. .. 28 .. D16.0 LMPREI 6.0 RIT 11.94 .04 18 39 ..k
13 2 63 E B3.7 LoJack
LOJN 3.34 +.03 46 8 ..k
9 7 6 D D 3.0 Local
LOCM 1.60 .01 37 48 ..
82 63 70 B ANH Lockheed 4.1 LMT 112.6 1.77 31 1.3m 12
34 29 46 C C 47.1 Loews
.5 L 45.66 .15 32 601 16
6 10 14 E B9.8 Logitech .0 LOGI 6.83 +.12 +19 445 ..
82 72 85 B A34.4 LogMeIn
LOGM 28.52 +.42 59 96 40
1 7 1 E C 2.5 LonePineRes LPR .51 +.06 +7 1.0m ..k
6 39 8 E C 1.1 LookSmart LOOK .65 +.03 87 4 ..k
19 3 64 .. D65.9 LoralSp .0 LORL 62.39 .44 41 40 22
44 85 57 .. B47.0 Lorilla 4.8 r LO 46.25 ... 36 2.2m 15
62 59 83 D C 44.4 Lowes 1.6 r LOW 43.79 +.04 49 4.1m 24o
20 29 19 E B7.0 LpathA
LPTN 4.89 +.06 72 5 ..k
71 80 67 C B 28.9 LSBFncl .8 LSBI 25.00 .48 +130 2 14k
70 72 65 B B8.1 LSI
r LSI 7.61 +.03 35 3.5m 10
39 30 62 D B+ 8.5 LSIIndu 2.9 LYTS 8.20 +.21 29 29 99
76 32 81 D A NH Lubys
LUB 9.05 +.01 36 26 56
18 48 21 D C+ 2.5 LucasEnn
LEI 1.34 .03 7 154 ..
64 92 25 A C 82.5 Lululemon LULU 64.20 1.94 15 3.1m 35o
97 97 95 A D 90.97LmbrLiqdtr r LL.85.27 1.03 2 700 43
97 94 84 C A+23.47Luminex LMNX 23.05 .16 68 70 54
90 48 97 B A 19.0 LumosNt 3.0 LMOS 18.49 .42 +17 108 22
15 3 51 E D+2.4 LunaInno LUNA 1.51 .01 70 30 ..k

EXPANDED DATA TABLES

INVESTOR'S BUSINESS DAILY


IBD Composite Rating
Earnings Per Share Growth Rating
Relative Price Strength Rating
Sales+Profit Margins+ROE
Accumulation/Distribution (3 mos)
52-wk

6 6 6 6 6 High
61 35 84 B B19.0
57 21 48 A .. 21.9
71 66 75 B A55.7
39 29 44 D B+ 16.1
74 98 85 C D+71.3

Dividend Stock Close


Vol% Vol P
Stock % Yield Symbol Price Chg Chg 1000 E

LuxferH 1.7 LXFR 16.79 +.19 36 31 10k


LuxoftA
LXFT 21.46 +.06 97 11 18k
Luxotti 1.2 LUX 51.61 .54 48 36 32
Lydall
LDL 15.16 +.27 +7 47 18k
Lyndelb 2.9 r LYB 69.26 1.63 28 3.1m 12

M
95 89 74 A A 118 M&TBank 2.4 MTB 117.6 .44 +22 875 14
5 14 3 .. D 13.4 MAGSlvgn MVG 5.61 +.11 +26 119 ..
89 80 86 A B16.2 MBIA
MBI 13.45 .25 62 1.8m 1
54 35 69 D A4.4 MBTFncl
MBTF 3.86 +.03 +7 20 13k
50 14 94 E A 20.8 MDCPrtn2.8 MDCA 20.24 .50 +81 216 ..k
60 51 94 .. D+13.2 MEIPha .0 MEIP 7.50 +.07 +31 111 ..o
7 17 2 D E 4.4 MELASci MELA .97 +.03 59 215 ..
45 20 95 E B 4.2 MEMSIC MEMS 4.13 .01 92 10 ..
21 47 4 B E 5.5 MERTle
MTSL 1.71 ... 74 11 3
12 4 27 D D10.4 MFCIndu 3.0 MIL 8.08 .01 52 38 23
59 33 96 E A 11.5 MFRI
MFRI 11.31 +.03 47 16 ..
.. .. 12 .. E 12.8 MFSCaM 6.0 CCA 10.30 .08 +69 17 ..x
.. .. 15 .. D10.6 MFSCh 6.8 MCR 9.03 .08 35 142 ..x
.. .. 26 .. D 7.9 MFSSpV 9 MFV 7.08