S&P 500 INDEX

952.66
-53.09 (-5.3%)
Almost all 197 groups
finish day with losses

DOW JONES IND.
9139.27
-486.01 (-5.0%)
P&G and Caterpillar
trade in heavy volume

NYSE VOL. (MIL)
1,121
-34 (-3.0%)
Volume was light, but
picked up as losses grew

NASDAQ
1,681.64
-98.48 (-5.5%)
Composite’s losses
erase 4 days of gains

NASDAQ VOL. (MIL)
2,094
-155 (-6.9%)
Tuesday’s gains vanish,
but distribution avoided

10-YEAR T-NOTE
3.70%
-0.03 (-0.8%)
Treasuries rise on data
showing rise in job cuts

DOLLAR-YEN
98.42
-1.20 (-1.2%)
Job cuts fuel contraction,
hurting buck vs. yen

EURO
1.2942
-0.0101 (-0.8%)
Euro continues slide
against dollar, yen

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REUTERS CRB FUT.
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Wheat, copper, gold fall;
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THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 6, 2008 $2.00

A Little Change

A Healthy Proponent

A Tech Renaissance?

Corinthian Colleges

Bad-News ETFs Shine

Daily Stock Analysis

Will we see a different Obama
once he begins his presidency?

John Goodman took a stand
to give people medical control

Some types of technology firms
will likely benefit under Obama

When the economy goes south,
school enrollment heads north

Inverse commodity funds led
performance during October

ManTech climbed last week
after a report that beat views

ISSUES & INSIGHTS A10-11

LEADERS & SUCCESS A3

INTERNET & TECHNOLOGY A4

THE NEW AMERICA A5

MUTUAL FUNDS & ETFS A6-9

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IBD’S TOP 10

Obama Moving Fast
To Assemble Team
To Tackle Fin’l Crisis

Obama Transition Under Way

1

Within hours of his historic victory, President-elect Barack Obama tapped Rep.
Rahm Emanuel, D-Ill., as White House
chief of staff, sources said, as he moved to assemble his new administration. A top priority will be selecting a Treasury secretary to
address the financial crisis, aides said. Dems
alsocautioned that a weak economy will likely curb their agenda. More on this page

Treasury Pick Could Be Soon

Dems Grab Senate, House Seats

Congress, meantime, may
push ahead on stimulus,
let other spending wait

2

With 4 tight races undecided, Dems won
5 seats to boost their Senate majority to
56, shy of the filibuster-proof 60 seats. Dems
also were projected to pick up 20 House
seats, adding to their existing 36-seat majority, but several races remained undecided.
Dems also took control of 4 state legislatures
vs 2 for the GOP. Dems also won most of the
11 governors’ races. More on this page

Stocks Dive On New Econ Data

3

After several days of relatively mild and
positive action, the major averages all
sold off more than 5% on weak job and service-sector reports. They closed at session
lows, but volume fell. Metal, solar and financial stocks were big losers after leading the
market higher Tue. The 10-year Treasury
yield fell 3 ticks to 3.70%. More on B1, B2

Cisco Warns Of Sharp Slowdown

4

The network gear giant’s Q1 profit rose
5% vs. a year earlier to 42 cents a share —
3 cents over forecasts. Sales rose 8% to $10.3
bil, in line with views. But Oct. orders fell 9%
vs. last year. Cisco said Q2 sales could fall 5%
to 10% — analysts saw a 7% gain. It vowed to
cut $1 bil in fiscal year spending via cost cuts
and a hiring freeze. Shares fell 6% late after
losing 5% ahead of results. More on A4

Oct. Jobs, Service Data Worsen

5

Private employers cut 157,000 jobs, according to the ADP jobs report, more
than expected. Layoff plans hit a near 5-year
high, says Challenger, Gray & Christmas.
The ISM service-sector report’s jobs gauge
fell to the lowest in its 11-year history. All this
bodes poorly for Fri.’s payrolls report. The
overall services index fell to 44.4, signaling
an accelerating slide. See Vital Signs on A2

Oil Off 7% On Dollar, Demand

6

A firmer dollar and an unexpected 1.9
mil barrel jump in U.S. gasoline supplies
sent Dec. crude $5.23 lower to $65.30 a barrel — after surging 10% Tue. Petroleum demand fell 6.7% vs. a year earlier. The dollar
rose vs. the euro, but slid vs. the yen. Gold
snapped its 2-day win streak with a $15 loss;
copper gave up nearly all of Tue.’s 7% jump.

Google-Yahoo Deal Flames Out

7

Internet search king Google officially
walked away from a proposed advertising alliance with ailing Web portal Yahoo,
which said it’s “disappointed.” The deal
faced big antitrust concerns, and Google
also feared damaging its relationships with
advertisers. Google shares fell 7%. Yahoo
rose 4% on speculation it may have to accept
a Microsoft takeover. More on A4

Russia Warns Of Missile Threat

8

Pres. Dmitry Medvedev warned that
Russia will deploy short-range missiles
near Poland to counter U.S. plans for a missile shield in Poland and the Czech Republic. The move is aimed at bolstering its bargaining position in future missile-shield
talks, analysts said. In his first state of the nation speech, Medvedev blamed the U.S. for
the war in Georgia and the financial crisis.

BY JED GRAHAM
INVESTOR'S BUSINESS DAILY

SCENES OF JUBILATION in Kisumu, western Kenya, at the U.S. embassy in Beijing, China, and near the Arc de
TriompheinPariswererepeatedincountriesacrosstheworldWednesdayafterBarackObamawaselectedpresident. “I think this is awesome,” said a student in Nairobi, Kenya, “and the whole world is backing him.”
AP

New Call For Change Rings — In GOP —
As Some Blame Leaders For Party Losses
BY SEAN HIGGINS
INVESTOR'S BUSINESS DAILY

After the GOP’s second straight
electoral drubbing, some top Republicans are now calling for a
leadership overhaul. A few are already making their moves.
Reform-minded members like
Sen. Jim DeMint, R-S.C., and Rep.
Jeff Flake, R-Ariz., say the current
leadership is undermining the
party.
“If we were a football team after
a second straight season like this,
you usually replace the coach,
whether he deserves it or not,”
Flake said. “You have to present a
fresh face. That’s even more important in the world of politics.”
So far though, only one leadership member, House Republican
Conference Chairman Adam Putnam, R-Fla., has stepped aside.
The Associated Press reported
Wednesday that Rep. Eric Cantor,
R-Va., now chief deputy whip,
would challenge Rep. Roy Blunt,
R-Mo., for House Republican
Whip, the No. 2 spot.
No other challenges have been
announced. GOP leadership aides
dismissed the criticisms and said
they expected their bosses to run
again and win easily. Critics say
they’ve had their chance.
Returns were still rolling in when

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Medco Up On Q3 Beat, Outlook

9

The pharmacy benefits manager lifted
EPS 43% to 63 cents ex items, a cent over
views. Sales grew 15% to $12.56 bil, edging
views. Medco Health cited gains in generic
and mail-delivery prescriptions, which can
cut its clients’ costs. It sees full-year and ’09
EPS in line with Wall St. views. That was
enough to cheer investors: Shares rose 9%.

ArcelorMittal Misses And Warns

10

The world’s No. 1 steel maker’s Q3
profit rose 29% to $3.82 bil, missing
views. Sales grew 38% to $35.2 bil. ArcelorMittal plans to cut Q4 global output by 30%,
citing slowing demand and falling steel prices. The steel giant also slashed Q4 EPS guidance, but expects emerging-market demand
to improve in ’09. Shares dived 21.5%.

DeMint said in a statement that
the party “must begin with either a
change of command at the highest
levels or our current leaders must
embrace a bold new direction.”
In an interview with IBD, DeMintcalled the election “an intervention by the American people. They
believe in the core principles of the
party.Theyjustdon’tbelieveinus.”
Hearguedtheleadership’sinability to control government spending
allowed Democrats to run to the
right of many Republicans on taxand-spendissues.Hecomparedthe
GOP to a corporation that had been
run into the ground byits CEOs.
DeMint stopped short of saying
that Senate minority leader Mitch
McConnell, R-Ky., and other leaders should resign though. He said
they still had a chance to redeem
themselves. Sen. Tom Coburn,
R-Okla., made a similar point in a
post-election statement.
“Republicanefforts to build a governing majority through spending
and earmarks have ended in disgrace,” Coburnsaid. “The RepublicanPartycaneitherrestoreitsiden-

tity as the party of limited government or go the way of the Whigs.”
But Flake said more direct action
was needed. He told IBD the Republicans must “clean house.”
He said that after losing their majority in 2006, the current GOP
leadership continued to act “as
though they still had the levers of
power” rather than as a true opposition party. That must change, he
said, arguing the party must return
to its limited government roots.
Flake, who similarly called for a
leadership change in 2006, said he
would not run for a top spot himself. DeMint said he was not making a bid either.
Flake’s and DeMint’s sentiments
were shared by many at the Republican National Committee’s official
election night event. The party had
gone astray, many said, and only a
return to its roots could save it.
On Tuesday evening Putnam, the
No. 3 House Republican, became
the first — and thus far only — leadershipmember to fall on his sword.
He told colleagues in a letter
SEE GOP ON A2

A day after his barrier-shattering
victory, President-elect Barack
Obama turned to the task of quickly building a team to manage a global financial crisis and an economy sliding into recession.
His move to immediately begin
making appointments, while passing up the now-standard next-day
press conference, reflected the unusual transition facing a new administration that will have to race
to get ahead of rapidly transpiring
economic events.

Downplaying Expectations
Even as Democrats are set to
holdsway on both endsof Pennsylvania Ave. for the first time since
1994, party leaders are signaling
that the weak economy and large
budget deficits will limit the
scope of their agenda.
“Options have been diminished,” House Speaker Nancy
Pelosi told reporters on Wednesday. “There’s a lot less money to
draw upon because of the downturn in the economy.”
In seeking to scale back expectations, Pelosi sounded the same
note as Obama did in his Tuesday
night victory speech, though not
in the same poetic terms.
“The road ahead will be long,”
Obama said. “Our climb will be
steep. We may not get there in one
year, or even one term, but America — I have never been more hopeful than I am tonight that we will
get there.”
Pelosi indicated that big-budget
agenda items like universal health
careareunlikelytobe fast-tracked.
But economic conditions and

the broad Democratic victory
could spur a bigger boost of spending in the near term.
Pelosi noted that the House
passed a $61 billion stimulus bill
in late September that died in the
Senate. Because of the deteriorating economy since then, “the need
for more has grown,” she said.

Stimulus: The Sequel
Democratic election victories
led Goldman Sachs economist
Jan Hatzius, who was expecting a
$200 billion stimulus, to raise his
forecast to at least $300 billion.
Pelosisaid therewouldbea lameduck session this month “if there
appears opportunity” to reach
agreement with President Bush.
She laid out four priorities for the
stimulus: an extension of unemployment insurance; an expansion of food stamps; spending on
infrastructure; and aid to states to
defray Medicaid costs.
Asked whether she would defer
to Obama to set the agenda for the
new Congress, Pelosi said that the
incoming president sees eye-toeye with Democratic lawmakers.
“Our priorities have tracked the
Obama campaign priorities for a
very long time,” she said.
Beyondstimulus,Pelosisketched
broad ambitions, including energy independence. But she offered
only a few modest specifics. She
said the new Congress would likely revive bills to allow federal
funding for embryonic stem cell
researchandexpandtheStateChildren’s Health Insurance Program.
Bush vetoed both bills — the latter one, in part, because it was
paidfor with higher tobacco taxes.
A more comprehensive health
care overhaul would take time, require bipartisan support and “adhere to fiscal soundness,” she said.
Obama campaigned on a plan to
pay for a health care fix with $60
billion in annual revenue gained
from letting the Bush tax cuts exSEE OBAMA ON A2

Obama May Lift Solar, Infrastructure Firms
Oil & gas may struggle,
but how hard will
president-elect push?
BY VANCE CARIAGA
INVESTOR'S BUSINESS DAILY

Barack Obama displayed a number of gifts during his historic run
to the White House, not least his
ability to keep a cool head even as
others tried to goad him into a
street brawl.
He’ll need that poise when it
comes time to craft an economic
plan that will satisfy an emboldened Democratic party without
spooking Wall Street.
It won’t be easy, experts say. But
it needn’t be impossible, either.
Analysts are already making a
scorecard of industries that stand
to win and lose under an Obama
presidency.
Alternative energy and agricul-

turemight benefit from tax breaks,
subsidies and mandates to reduce
dependence on oil. The ailing automotive sector is going hat in
hand forfederal aid. And engineering and construction firms should
gain from Democratic plans to improve the nation’s infrastructure.
Potential losers are oil/gas, managed care, defense and pharmaceuticals. These sectors could get
hit by higher taxes (oil/gas), stricter regulation (managed care, pharmaceuticals) and reductions in
military spending (defense).
Meanwhile,possibletraderestrictions could affect a wide swath of
multinationalsand exporters.

Radical Or Reasonable?
A lot depends on how well
Obama can balance the wants of
an ambitious Congress with the
needs of a battered economy.
While some analysts warn that
Democrats will try to exercise too

much control over business, others say economic realities will
force Obama to take a more prudent path.
Facing the biggest financial crisis since the Great Depression and
the prospect of a long and deep recession, the president-elect might
have no choice but to reject some
of the sweeping initiatives that
land on his desk.
“We’re in a situation where economic weakness might hamper
what he wants to do,” said Miller
Tabak analyst Dan Greenhaus,
who follows the banking industry.
“Obama has prided himself on
being a pragmatist. There’s a
chance he can be convinced to
slow it down and not push forward with an ambitious agenda.”
Investors in financial stocks will
pay particularly close attention to
how Obama addresses the financial crisis. It probably works to
their favor (and his) that radical

steps have already been taken to
fix the crisis — including the $700
billion rescue plan.
Because so many bold moves
havebeenmade,Obamacanhitthe
groundwalkinginsteadofrunning.
That should calm the nerves of
thosewhothinkObamaneedstime
in office before making any major
decisions. But it won’t appease
those who say more must be done.
Peter Morici, a professor at the
Robert H. Smith School of Business at the University of Maryland, says Obama should move
quickly to bar executive bonuses
and high-dollar severance pay at
banks that accept bailout money.
“Barack Obama can get what he
wants in the first 30 days,” Morici
said. “But does he have the courage and independence to do it?”
Obama’s pick for Treasury secretary will have a lot to say about it.
One prominent candidate is Larry
SEE INDUSTRIES ON A2

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THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 6, 2008

VITAL SIGNS

INVESTORS.COM

ADP nonfarm private payrolls

Job Cuts, Layoffs Rose In Oct.

200

Private employers shed 157,000 private jobs, the most
since ’02, led by losses in manufacturing and construction. Fri.’s gov’t jobs report is expected to show
200,000 jobs lost. Also, employers announced plans to
cut 112,884 jobs in Oct., the most in years. And service
firms are slashing staff.

Monthly change, in thousands

100

Oct.:
-157,000

0
-100

0

Monthly change, in thousands

-50

N D J F M A M J J A S O
’07 ’08

Layoff announcements

-100

ISM services employment index

Oct.:
112,884

120

55

In thousands

90

50

60

-150

-200

Sources: ADP, ISM, Challenger, Gray & Christmas, Labor Dept., Datastream

Labor Dept. nonfarm payrolls

Oct.(e):
-200,000

-200

J ’08 F M A M J

30

40
Jan ’07 May

N D J F M A M J J A S O
’07
’08

J A S O

Oct.: 41.5
record low

45

Sep Jan ’08 May

Sep

TO THE POINT
ECONOMY

NATION

Mortgage applications dive

Results vary for social measures

“NO MATTER HOW they cast their ballots, all Americans can be proud of
thehistorythatwasmadeyesterday,”saidPresidentBush,whocongratulatedBarackObama foran“impressivevictory” on Wednesday.U.S. voters,he
said, “showed a watching world the vitality of America’s democracy.” AP

The Mortgage Bankers Association’s index slid 20.3% to 379.9 in
the week ended Oct. 31, the weakest
reading since Dec. ’00. Applications
for loans to buy a home sank 13.9%,
also to a near-8-year low. Refinancing demand fell 27.8%. The 30-year
fixed-rate mortgage rose to 6.47%
from 6.26% in the prior week. The
15-year fixed-rate mortgage rose 13
basis points to 6.14%. One-year
ARMs fell 4 ticks to 6.86%.
00 The 3-month dollar Libor interbank offered rate in dollars fell 20
basis points to 2.50%, the lowest
since Dec. ’04, a sign severe moneymarket strains continue to ease.

Voters put a stop to same-sex marriage in California, putting in doubt
as many as 18,000 same-sex marriages begun since a court ruling
made them legal this year. Spending for and against Calif. Prop. 8
topped $74 mil, making it the most
expensive social-issues campaign
in U.S. history. Fla. and Ariz. also
voted to bar gay marriage. Meanwhile, S. Dakota and Colorado rejected proposals to limit abortion
rights. Voters in Wash. approved
doctor-assisted suicide.

TELECOM

Grim U.K. data signal rate cuts

BUSINESS BRIEFS
SCHOOLS

MEDIA

Corinthian touts enrollment gains Time Warner beats, cuts outlook
The for-profit educator said Q1 EPS
rose 40% to 7 cents ex items, meeting views. Revenue grew 18% to
$289.6 mil, just above forecasts.
Corinthian Colleges said enrollment increased 11.3%, more than expected, contending a weakening
economy helped bolster its rolls. It
sees Q2 EPS of 14-16 cents, the midpoint above views of 14 cents, on
sales of$304 mil-$309 mil, below estimates. It backed its ’09 outlook of
EPS of 58-63 cents, above views, on
sales of $1.21 bil-$1.25 bil vs. views
of $1.23 bil. Shares fell 5% to 13.80.
00 Career Education, a for-profit
school, said after hours that its Q3
EPS fell 57% to 9 cents, matching
views, as revenue slipped 5% to
$405.6 mil. Student enrollment
topped projections.

BEVERAGES
Canada gains help Molson Coors
The brewer said Q3 EPS was flat at
95 cents ex items, a penny below
views. Revenue fell 45% to $921.1
million, below views of $931.7 mil,
as all U.S. beer sales were transferred to the company’s new MillerCoors joint venture with brewer
SABMiller. Molson Coors Brewing’s sales to retailers were up 3.7%
in Canada and fell 3.1% in Britain,
outperforming the wider industry’s
results in both regions. Shares
surged 8.3% to 41.78.

POLLUTION CONTROL
Clean Harbors misses, guides up
The waste-management services
provider said Q3 EPS rose 14% to 72
cents ex items, missing views by a
penny. Revenue increased 11% to
$273.2 mil, just above forecasts.
Clean Harbors was hurt by interruptions from hurricanes and flooding.
Despite economic uncertainties,
the company expects to exceed its
previously announced annual guidance of 8%-10% annual revenue
growth. Shares rose 1.5% to 63.81.

The media company said its Q3 EPS
rose 29% to 31 cents, ex items, beating views by 4 cents. Revenue was
flat at $11.71 bil, below views. Time
Warner’s AOL revenue fell 17%,
and Warner Bros. movie unit revenue fell 9%. It cut its full-year EPS
outlook to $1.04-$1.07 vs. views of
$1.07. The cuts reflect $100
mil-$125 mil for severance and
other costs for planned job cuts at
the magazine. It fell 6.3% to 10.15.
00 News Corp., whose media empire includes Fox Broadcasting,
Twentieth Century Fox, the Wall
Street Journal and MySpace, said
after the close that its Q1 EPS fell
13% to 20 cents due to a large writedown and a drop in TV ad revenue.
Analysts were expecting 23 cents
excluding one-time charges. Revenue rose 6.3% to $7.51 bil, also
below analysts’ forecasts. Shares
tumbled 11% in late trading.

ENERGY
XTO beats, warns on production
The oil and gas producer said Q3
EPS rose 16% to 99 cents ex items, a
penny better than estimates. Revenue jumped 50% to $2.13 bil, above
forecasts. XTO Energy was boosted
by increased production and high
energyprices. But it said Q4production drops tied to recent hurricanes
will be worse than expected. It sees
production sliding by up to 4.5 bil
cubic feet equivalent vs. its prior
guidance of a drop of up to 3.5 bil.
Shares fell 2.3% to 36.38.
00 El Paso Electric, an electric utility, said Q3 EPS fell 6% to 74 cents,
missing views by 6 cents. Revenue
jumped 17% to $301.8 mil, above
estimates. It sees ’08 EPS below
views. It tumbled 10.5% to 16.88.
00 Total, the French oil giant, said
its Q3 adjusted net profit rose 48%
to $6.13 bil, in line with expectations. Shares fell 7.3% to 53.74.

U.S. Cellular beats, sets buyback
Telephone and Data Systems, the
owner of wireless carrier U.S. Cellular, said Q3 EPS fell 55% to 87 cents,
beating forecasts by 37 cents. Revenue grew 5.5% to $1.30 bil, just
above estimates. It saw declines in
fixed-line and wireless customers.
TDS announced a $250 mil stock
buyback. It edged up 0.2% to 26.28.
00 U.S. Cellular, a wireless carrier,
said its Q3 EPS rose 41% to $1.02,
topping views by 37 cents. Revenue
climbed 7% to $1.09 bil, above
views. Shares fell 11.2% to 35.74.

IN BRIEF

AFTER THE CLOSE
FTI CONSULTING said its Q3 EPS
rose 2% to 51 cents, missing
views by 9 cents. Revenue increased 29% to $325.5 mil,
below views. It cut its 08 EPS
outlook. Shares plunged 24%.

ONEOK, a natural gas company,
said its Q3 EPS doubled to $1.97,
beating views by 74 cents. Revenue grew 51% to $4.24 bil, above
views. Oneok rose 3%.

WELLS FARGO, the No. 4 U.S.
bank, plans to sell at least $10 bil
in stock to help raise funds to
buy Wachovia. It fell 4.5%.

GMAC, jointly owned by Chrysler
parent Cerberus Capital and GM,
lost $2.52 bil in Q3. It warned that
its Residential Capital mortgage
unit may fail. GM fell 2.8% to 5.56.

ITC, an electric utility, said its

Watson Wyatt Worldwide, a con-

SYNIVERSE, which services tele-

sulting firm, said its Q1 EPS rose
6.5% to 82 cents, beating views by a
penny. Revenue increased 6% to
$426.1 mil, below views.

coms, said its Q3 EPS rose 12%
to 37 cents, missing views by 6
cents. Revenue grew 37% to
$137 mil, above views. It fell.

Cash America Int’l, a payday lend-

AMDOCS, a maker of phone-billing software, said its Q4 EPS
was flat at 54 cents ex items,
missing views by 8 cents. Revenue increased 14% to $825 mil.
Amdocs tumbled 15%.

er and pawnshop operator, said it
will close about one-third of its
Ohio lending locations in the next
few months, after votes in the state
limited rate that payday lenders can
charge to 28%. It fell 10% to 31.02.

Q3 EPS rose 17% to 56 cents,
beating views by a dime. Revenue increased 49.5% to $163
mil, above views.

Dems’ Health Care Plans Might Squeeze Big Pharma, HMOs
INDUSTRIES FROM A1

Summers, a Harvard economist
and former Treasury secretary
underBill Clinton. Another possibility is Robert Rubin, who also ran
Treasury under Clinton.
But Greenhaus says Wall Street
might be most comfortable with
Timothy Geithner, president of the
New York Federal Reserve.
“Given the turmoil in the markets
and his experience, I think he’s
someone who would be embraced,”
Greenhaus said.
Whoever takes over the post will
almostcertainlyimposegreateroversight of the financial markets. The
question is what form that will take.
“It will probably begin with oversight of the credit default market
and greater transparency of some of

the more complex securities,”
Greenhaus said. “Beyond that, I
don’t think anyone fully understands the extent of the regulation.
That unknown will certainly add to
the volatility we’re seeing.”
Another unknown is how Obama
and the Democratic Congress will
tackle health care.
Obama’splanwouldrequire allemployers except small businesses to
offer health insurance or contribute
to the cost of coverage. This might
boost the number of insured, analystssay,butcouldputabiggerfinancial strain on businesses and HMOs.
Dan Clifton, head of the policy research team at Strategas, said during a conference call Wednesday
that the U.S. House will “set the
agenda” on health care.
“The House will move very quick-

ly with a children’s health insurance plan backed by a tobacco tax increase,” he said. “They’ll also move
forward on drug (price) negotiations, which could hurt pharma.”
A clause in the current Medicare
drug benefit program bars the government from negotiating directly
with drug makers to lower prices.
Both Obama and Republican opponent John McCain signaled that
they would get rid of the clause.
“It’s possible that could put price
pressure on pharma,” said Les Funtleyder, a health care analyst at Miller Tabak.
PharmaandHMOstocksmightsuffer under Obama, Funtleyder says.
But he also sees opportunity for
growth forother medical sectors.
“My view is that medical technology and biotech will end up relative-

ly unscathed,” he said. “And hospitals might actually do a little better
because Obama’s health plan could
lead to more people being insured,
which would take care of the baddebt problem at hospitals.”
Energy is another area that will get
a lot of attention. The conventional
wisdom is that Obama’s support of
alternative energy programs and climate change legislation will help
solar, wind and biofuel firms but
hurt oil and gas producers.
“There’s a lot of concern over the
possibility of windfall profits taxes
and higher emissions standards,”
said Doug Roberts, chief investment strategist for ChannelCapitalResearch.com. “The real question
is whether Obama is serious about
doing these things or whether it
was just politics.”

Economic Realities May Interfere With Obama’s Change Agenda
OBAMA FROM A1

pire for those earning at least
$250,000 a year.
But he said during the fall campaign that he wouldn’t raise taxes
during an economic downturn.
Other Obama campaign plans included $150 billion in spending on
alternative energy over 10 years;
$60 billion in infrastructure spending; and $80-billion a year in middleclass tax cuts.
“We know what his programs are
but we don’t know what he’ll propose,” given the vast budget deficits
he is inheriting, said Larry Sabato,
director of the University of Virgin-

ia’s Center for Politics.
“Events will determine” how
Obama governs, rather than the candidate setting the agenda.
That reality exists despite the
broad mandate for change voters
gave to Democrats on Tuesday.
Obama received more votes than
any presidential candidate in history, defeating John McCain by
52%-46% in the popular vote.

Dems Bolster Majorities
Democrats appear to have picked
up 20 seats in the House, expanding
their majority to 254-173. They also
won 5 Senate seats, giving them at
least 56 — including two indepen-

dents that caucus with the Democrats.
That’s short of the 60-seat supermajority Democrats had sought to
override any GOP procedural hurdles.
But four Senate racesremain undecided, with at least one heading to a
recount and anotherto a run-off. Republicans were narrowly leading in
all four races.
Democrats also gained control of
more statehouses and won most of
the governors’ races.
Tuesday’s results “emphasize just
how unhappy Americans are with
the state of things,” Sabato said.
Sharp Wall Street losses Wednes-

day and new data showing an accelerating decline in jobs and servicesectoractivityunderlinedtheincoming administration’s challenges.
Obama named a team to manage
thetransitionandreportedlyoffered
the White House chief of staff job to
Rahm Emanuel, a Chicagoan who
served in the Clinton White House
and isthe No.4 House Democrat.
Obama is expected to hold a media
briefing by the end of the week and
quickly announce his pick for Treasury secretary. He is reportedly considering former Clinton Treasury
Secretary Lawrence Summers and
New York Federal Reserve President Timothy Geithner.

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Britain’s service sector PMI fell to
42.4 in Oct., shrinking at its fastest
rate since records began in ’96, according to the Chartered Institute
of Purchasing and Supply. Also,
Sept. factory output fell 0.8%, twice
as much as expected. It was the 7th
straight decline, the longest losing
streak in 28 years. Along with a
weak job market and waning consumer confidence, the odds are rising that the Bank of England could
slash interest rates Thu. by as much
as a full percentage point. A halfpoint cut has long been expected.
00 Euro zone service sector activity
fell at the fastest pace in the history
of Markit’s purchasers index. The
gauge fell to 45.8, the 5th straight
month below the neutral 50. The
European Central Bank is expected
to cut rates by a half-point on Thu.

COMING UP THURSDAY
00 Jobless claims for the week
ended Nov. 1, 8:30 a.m. EST (forecast: 476,000).
00 Q3 productivity, 8:30 a.m. EST
(forecast: 1%).
00 Retailers’ same-store sales for
Oct., store reports during the day.

FRIDAY
00 Employment report for Oct.,

8:30 a.m. EST (forecast: nonfarm
payrolls down 200,000, jobless rate
up to 6.3%, hourly pay up 0.2%).

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Tuesday that he would “step off the
leadership ladder.”
He said he made the decision “reluctantly” but felt he needed to “returnmy focus to crafting public policy solutions for America’s generational challenges.”
An aide to Putnam said he was not
resigning but announcing he would
not run again.
The Hill reported that Rep. Jeb
Hensarling, R-Texas, would bid to
fill Putnam’s post. Hensarling is the
former chairman of the conservative Republican Study Committee.
In a letter to House colleagues
Wednesday, current House Minority Leader John Boehner said he
would run again for the top slot.
“I’m deeply disappointed by the
outcome of Tuesday’s election. But
I’m equally committed to building a
lasting majority on the reform principles that define us and inspire our
citizens,” he said in the letter. “For
this reason, I’m writing today to announce my candidacy for Republican Leader in the 111th Congress.”
Boehner spokesman Michael
Steel said his boss was “already focused” on calling House members
to secure their support.
GOP Whip Blunt has made no announcement. A staffer had no comment on his future plans.
On the Senate side, there was little
sign that McConnell, who beat back
an unexpectedly tough challenge
Tuesday, would be challenged.
Republicans lost at least 20 seats
in the House and five in the Senate
on Tuesday, with several races still
undecided.

00 House Speaker Nancy Pelosi

said she hopes Congress can return
this month to approve spending
measures to stimulate the depressed economy. She said much
depends on finding common
ground with the soon-to-depart
Bush administration, which more
often than not has been at odds
with the Dem majority.
00 Barack Obama will get his first

intelligence briefing as presidentelect Thu., a U.S. official said, as the
first-term senator prepared to face
security challenges from terrorism
to a resurgent Russia. Obama will
regularly receive the same briefing
as outgoing Pres. Bush.

WORLD
Clashes shatter Gaza cease-fire
Hamas militants pounded southern
Israel with a barrage of rockets
hours after Israeli forces killed 6
gunmen in a cross-border assault.
The violence threatened a 5-monthold truce. The clashes began late
Tue. after the Israeli forces burst
into Gaza to destroy what it said
was a tunnel being dug near the border to abduct Israeli troops.

CONGO: Gunfire and explosions
echoedaround eastern Congo as
rebels fought pro-gov’t militiamen
fora second day,forcing thousands
toflee.A wider cease-fire between
therebels andthe gov’t washolding.

AFGHANISTAN: Pres. Hamid Karzai
urged Pres.-elect Barack Obama to
help curb civilian casualties from
U.S.-led strikes on militants. His
appeal follows claims U.S. planes
bombed a wedding party, killing 37.
The U.S. said it was investigating.
N. KOREA: The gov’t released
photos of dictator Kim Jong-il
visiting two military sites as it
sought to dispute claims the leader
is seriously ill. The images were the
most the North has released of the
reclusive Kim in months .
IRAQ: Officials said they don’t
expect Barack Obama to withdraw
U.S. troops hastily from Iraq
because he told them last summer
that he wouldn’t make a decision
without consulting them and U.S.
commanders on the ground.

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Certain products inspire the devotion and loyalty found in religion. BY DAVID HOGBERG Grasping Why We Buy You know the drill. with it. through a series of articles and then the book “Patient Power.He earned a Ph. 62. We need a space that we can really be ourselves. When HSAs became law in 2003 as part of the Medicare prescription drug bill. “This suggests that marketers should think through the experience that customers have when they obtain a product or service and see how they can provide a simulation of this experience. It worked so well in saving his firm and his employees money. economic and political differences and differences in accounting standards. are not insured by the FDIC. 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You plan on a quick grocery run for eggs and milk. tried HSAs with his employees at Golden Rule Insurance Co. what I call the social insurance issues — the Goodman’sNationalCenterforPolicyAnalysishailed HSAsasan option for affordable health insurance and helped enter them into law in 2003. Steve Forbes tried them out with his employees at Forbes magazine. which boasts 1 million hits per month. Getting HSAs into law was an uphill battle. 3. and asset allocation. says Greg Scandlen. Each day. with the private and political sectors initially cool toward the idea. The NCPA. Goodman’s “Patient Power” detailed why the U. Mac users rave about their computers to anyone who will listen. They also give patients more control over their health care funds.. And studies show they work. a former NCPA employee and now president of Maryland-based Consumers for Health Care Choices. He became an expert on it almost by accident. system performance and other factors. closed-end funds.” SURVIVAL KIT. 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Yahoo also rejected that. Analysts polled by Thomson Re- uters had expected a 7% increase. As the DOJ heightened its investigation. After he takes office on Jan. Telecom and cable firms. Microsoft made a written offer to buy Yahoo for $31 a share. were left out of the virtual celebration in Obama’s unofficial Second Life headquarters because the site had reached capacity Tuesday. Obama’s tech initiatives are all tied to job growth and keeping the U. who rates the stock as outperform. or the entire company. help develop commercialscale renewable energy. which it later verbally hiked to $33 a share.5% increase in sales for the quarter. . an analyst for Wunderlich Securities.S. “We believe Cisco is well posi- panded initiatives for the future.3%.” Some investors believe Microsoft needs Yahoo’s Web search business to have any hope of challenging Google in search. Others were images of jubilant celebrations captured immediately after polls closed Tuesday on the West Coast. registering voters. On Jan. in an interview at a tech conference. Yahoo’s biggest single move to ward off Microsoft’s offers was to propose the search ad partnership with Google. as well as alternative energy companies. who nevertheless has a sell rating on Yahoo’s stock. analyst Youssef Squali. or buy. And there would have been a fight. BONASIA INVESTOR'S BUSINESS DAILY Cisco Systems. even if the results were disappointing.” said Bill Whyman. “It certainly clears the way for a Microsoft deal. Cisco shares were down about 6% after hours. “Getting these infrastructure projects going quickly is exactly what is going to be required to stem some of the losses in the labor market. And Obama plans to create an Advanced Manufacturing Fund to identify and invest in the most compelling advanced manufacturing strategies. jumping up and down. In the DOJ statement. Another YouTuber uploaded his toast to Obama: He gulped a 2-liter bottle of soda. San Jose. In August. In regular trading. Cisco nearly met its revenue goal and beat analyst profit views.” he said.” posted jordanlevy.” Dozens of Obama supporters clapped. but ended the day up 4. a Second Life space supporting John McCain. He expects the company to plow more money into its business during the recession to increase market share and improve its position in adjacent markets. said the global economy has deteriorated since the credit crunch surfaced in September. He rates the stock neutral. publishers and consumers. “I don’t think a deal (with Microsoft) is going to happen anytime soon. Calif. The Yahoo-Google pairing would have let Yahoo run ads supplied by Google alongside Yahoo’s search results and some of its other Web sites. says Scott Cleland. IntelINTC and Microsoft. “The long nightmare is OVER!” said avatar Jordanna Beaumont. 19. says Ken Muth. analysts say. the routers and switches that direct the Internet’s traffic.” said Squali. While Cisco’s new-product orders rose 7% in August vs. wrote: “The companies’ decision to abandon their agreement eliminates the competitive concerns identified during our investigation and eliminates the need to file an enforcement action. Obama has pledged to double federalfunding for basic research in science and technology.S. When Yahoo objected. are likely to benefit from a Barack Obama presidency. Chambers said. Obama also wants to invest $10 billion a year over the next five years to implement standards-based electronic health information systems. Yahoo responded Wednesday with its own statement. . an RBC Capital Markets analyst. the first big tech company to report results that include October. Chambers said.S.” she said. Now. On Wednesday.” he wrote. that the duration of the current down cycle remains “the big unknown. on a conference call with analysts. danced and cheered inside the virtual world Second Life. a proposal that would help big R&D spenders like IBMIBM. The Straight Talk Cafe. but their (profit) margins could come under slight strain because revenue is slowing down.” The loss of the Google deal is a major setback for Yahoo and its chief executive. says Mark McKechnie. MicrosoftMSFT and YahooYHOO would benefit from net neutrality rules. was nearly a ghost town after McCain conceded the race.1 maker of networking gear. said in a statement. Cisco should manage to steer through the financial crisis based on its solid product set and its cash horde of some $20 billion. “The biggest thing is that President-elect Obama will look at information technology as part of the solution to a wide variety of economic and social challenges facing the country. August 2007.3 billion. making better use of the nation’s wireless spectrum. an industry trade group.” Forthe first time in decades.S. The technology czar would oversee development of a long-delayed national wireless network for emergency responders. fearing it would hike their ad costs.3 billion. a leader in the stem cell industry. He plans big investments in clean energy technologies and health care information systems. Business stability and consumer spending will likely recover in the second half of 2009 due to the recent lending rate cuts and bank bailouts. “There were news people from all over the world at the Biltmore tonight. Obama wants to overhaul the Patent and Trademark Office to make patents less vulnerable to legal challenges. the nonpartisan site TwitterVoteReport.1% to 17. Yahoo reportedly agreed to limit the pact to 25% of Yahoo’s total search revenue and to shorten its length to two years from 10. companies competitive.” Youssef Squali. One man at a piano sang: “You all wanted change/And that’s what you’re gonna get/But the change that you will see/You will most likely regret. says Martin Pyykkonen.Yang had promoted the Google pairing asanother way the company could push revenues and expand its search business. INVESTORS. 2001 and 2003. The Web portal might have no good option but to sell its search business. year-over-year Year-over-year LCD monitor Notebook PC LCD TV Others Total market LCD monitor Notebook PC LCD TV Others Total market 50% 40 30 20 10 0 LCD monitor Notebook PC LCD TV Others Source: DisplaySearch (displaysearch. Yahoo said it expected to get up to $800 million a year in revenue from the pact. In a statement Wednesday.” he said. Panel shipments for LCD TVs and notebook PCs rose. after GoogleGOOG on Wednesday dropped out of a muchanticipated proposed ad partnership with YahooYHOO. accelerate the commercialization of plug-in hybrid vehicles.” For its most recent quarter.COM Total LCD panel shipment growth LCD panel shipments.” “Four blocks from Grant Park in Chicago. where McCain’s camp watched returns. AP Obama’s Technology Push: Solar Jobs. after it issued its report. Cisco successfully navigated spending crunches in 1997. Such research could lead to cures for a variety of diseases and health conditions. Despite the challenges. “This president has a much more activist agenda with respect to technology.A4 THURSDAY. and that is something that Microsoft wants. 27. many spent election night online. while broadband service providers like AT&TT . . Throughout the election. tioned to weather the downturn. That wasn’t enough. more screaming — to Obama’s win. which the companies agreed to delay for the DOJ’s review. the company said it’s instituted a hiring freeze and would cut its travel costs. chief executive officer of the Business Software Alliance. ‘A More Activist Agenda’ “The bottom line is that Obama is going to be good for the tech sector. an economist with the Economic Policy Institute. This plan could ultimately lower the cost of health care. 20.92. and begin the transition to a new digital electricity grid. however. But earnings last quarter beat views. The company Wednesday loweredits outlook for the current quarter ending in January. Extending the R&D tax credit is “absolutely critical” to keep U. he argues. Obama will seek approval to invest $150 billion over 10 years on clean energy initiatives. while desktop monitors fell. the company continues to generate free cash flow of some $2 billion per quarter. workers. Obama also wants to establish a permanent tax credit for research and development. “Yahoo’s search business continues to do well and that is something that Microsoft wants. it may take a while to see meaningfultop-line growth acceleration. when Obama was declared the president-elect.” Cisco’s single-digit year-overyear sales growth last quarter ended a streak of at least 16 straight quarters of double-digit growth. Obama plans to hike federal spending on science and technology research to spur innovation and create jobs. up 5% from the year-earlier period. Some were simple photos of TV screens claiming the Democrat’s win. Microsoft had strongly opposed the Yahoo-Google deal. will name Cabinet-level CTO BY PATRICK SEITZ INVESTOR'S BUSINESS DAILY Internet and software firms. He rates Cisco’s stock a buy. But Yahoo shares shot up on the news. to MicrosoftMSFT. that his company might yet again get interested in talking to Yahoo about its search business. CiscoCSCO forecast an 8. He hopes to accomplish this by reforming the Universal Service Fund. “Cisco may come out at the other end with market share gains and ex- BY PETE BARLAS INVESTOR'S BUSINESS DAILY Barack Obama is expected to seek more federal investment in areas like e-health records and alternative energy.” posted luv2shoppe in Phoenix. Many avatars.com posts — called tweets — to monitor polling places and estimate voting wait times. Analysts now expect growth of less than 10% in 2009. by application Change in unit shipments Q3 2008.09. But the possibility “is clearly behind” Yahoo’s stock-price jump on Wednesday. an analyst with ISI Group. Google’s chief legal counsel. issued on its official company blog. Microsoft then talked about buying Yahoo’s search business. In addition. Osiris TherapeuticsOSIR. President-elect Obama is an ardent supporter of network neutrality. Internet firms such as Google GOOG. Whyman says. is one company likely to benefit from the policy change. however.” while protecting the security of the government’s computer networks. images and sentiments from across the nation flooded into the Internet’s media-sharing sites after Barack Obama clinched the presidential election. Microsoft general counsel. 24. saying it expects sales to fall 5% to 10% compared with the year-earlier quarter. Microsoft then quickly issued a statement saying no talks were under way or planned. CiscoChief Executive John Chambers. He wants the nation’s first CTO to “ensure that our government and all its agencies have the right infrastructure. Minus one-time items including stock compensation. from Facebook to Twitter.” said Sue.” Leopold wrote in a note.” McKechnie wrote in a research note. new orders fell by 9% in October. says RobertHolleyman. Morgan Keegan analyst Simon Leopoldupgraded Cisco’s stock to outperform from market perform on Oct. And whilecrowds gathered at public rallies and millions of others glued themselves to TV news. Yet. “Cisco is phenomenally well positioned. released after Google’s announcement.” Google Putting The Kibosh On Yahoo Advertising Pact Second Lifers Virtually Enjoy Obama Victory Will Microsoft Re-Enter Saga? Online Sites Part Of The Fun Google said it feared long legal battle with regulators and enmity of advertisers BY THE ASSOCIATED PRESS LOS ANGELES — From YouTube to Flickr.” Sue wrote in a research note. He adds.” “Yahoo’s search business continues to do well.” Yahoo said. says Heidi Shierholz. technologies and applications. competitive. “Yahoo continues to believe in the benefits of the agreement and is disappointed that Google has elected to withdraw from the agreement rather than fight it in court. at 13. Sales rose 8% to $10. This would fund next-generation biofuelsand fuel infrastructure. Yahoo could wind up back in Microsoft’s court by default — or so some investors believe. SunPowerSPWRA and Suntech PowerSTP are likely to benefit from this. Obama also hopes to bolster U. an analyst with Robert Baird & Co. invest in low-emissions coal plants. Yahoo promised investors revenue growth of 25% in both 2009 and 2010. The DOJ’s finding “is significant for advertisers. that Cisco will rein in spending to preserve operating margins. assistant attorney general in charge of the Justice Department’s antitrust division. had a clear message: Watch out. policies and services for the 21st century. “We think their growth rate will continue to decelerate. went further. the company is hurting in a dire economy. NOVEMBER 6.a president is calling for large-scale direct investment in technologies by the government. including embryonic stem cell research.” Muth said. the stock fell 5. Solar energy companies like First SolarFSLR. R&D Tax Credits President-elect also a big fan of net neutrality. who voiced overwhelming concern about this illegal deal .com aggregated micro-blog Twitter.” “With the slowdown impacting just about all of Cisco’s geographic regions. in millions Q2 to Q3 2008 Q3 2008. “Yahoo is much weaker today and probably permanently crippled relative to where they were last year.39. Obama says his “green” energy plan will create 5 million new jobs. whose campaign embracedthe power of onlinenetworking going back to his primary race. Google’s statement Wednesday. “Cisco can use its strength to invest while others hunker down. “We think it emerges stronger. “Pressing ahead risked not only a protracted legal battle but also damage to relationships with valued partners. the stock hit a more than five-year closing low of 16.” Brad Smith. an analyst with American Technology Research. 1 and 2 search engines as a violation of antitrust rules. Volunteers for both campaigns had unofficially stumped for months inside the virtual world for the presidential and vice presidential candidates — collecting donations. When the deal was first proposed in June.com) 0 10 20 30 40 50 -15 -10 -5 0 5 10 15% -15 -10 -5 0 5 10 15 20 25% Q4 ’07 Q1 ’08 Q2 Q3 INTERNET & TECHNOLOGY Cisco Forecasts Revenue Decline This Quarter As Orders Fall Big Turn From Aug. nodded to his tech-savvy supporters before he took the stagein Chicago for his acceptance speech: Supporters who had signed up on his campaign Web site received an e-mail thanking them. Analysts polled by Thomson Reuters expected a profit of 39 cents on sales of $10. Then the economy plummeted. Google also said some advertisers objected to the deal. “It was quite an experience. including e-health records. “It’s crazy down here. Yahoo shares rose more than 11%. though.” Holleyman said. and using new tax and loan incentives to promote next-generation facilities. after analysts opined that a Yahoo-Microsoft deal was again possible. the company appears “well prepared to deal with the current malaise. who has a buy rating on Yahoo. Jefferies & Co. says Jefferies & Co. Department of Justice. Students at Navarro College posted a video of themselves reacting — screaming. says Mark Sue. Thomas Barnett. Google said it scuttled the deal because it feared a long legal battle with the U. just shy of the $10. “We believe we are very well positioned in the industry from both a vision and an execution perspective. .67 billion forecast Cisco gave in August. The brakes on Cisco’s growth will likely impact earnings going for- ward. Earlier this year. and CEO says firm ‘very well-positioned’ BY J.” Obama. building monuments and handing out virtual hats and T-shirts. maybe not so much. Jerry Yang.S. “We look for signs. On Oct. Cisco earned 42 cents per share in its fiscal 2009 first quarter ended Oct.” Still. He wants to ensure that public contracts are awarded to companies that are committed to U. Obama wants to spread broadband Internet access nationwide.” wrote David Drummond. which would prohibit broadband providers from favoring content or Internet applications of some Web sites over others. which now says it views the partnership between the Nos. For this reason. 2008 LCD Panel Shipments Sliding Weak demand and inventory adjustments caused shipments of LCD panels in the third quarter to fall 1% from the second quarter and rise just 7% from the year-ago quarter. To Oct. president of research firm Precursor. Microsoft Chief Executive Steve Ballmer caused Yahoo’s stock to soar last month when he hinted.-based Cisco is a barometer for the broader tech sector asby-far the No. McKechnie predicts. 31. ComcastCMCSA and Verizon CommunicationsVZ would be required to support potential competing services and heavy bandwidth users like online video services on their networks. Tech Czar Coming Obama also plans to appoint a new cabinet-level chief technology officer to upgrade government computer systems. employment by ending tax breaks for firms that send jobs overseas. The president-elect also has promised to improve the information and communications technology used to support public safety. saying it was surprised by Google’s action. Some investors believe Wednesday’s events will bring Microsoft back to the table. the DOJ said the proposed agreement “would likely harm competition in the markets for Internet search advertising and Internet search syndication.

” he said. Anywhere.89 –15.edu Growth in new-student enrollments is driving revenue and profit growth at Corinthian Colleges. about 10% of revenue.99 –8. Colfax went public at 18 on May 8 and peaked above 28 on Aug. which should continue to spur new enrollments. New enrollments climbed 7. The E*TRADE FINANCIAL family of companies provides financial services that include trading. bank credit lines and cash generation from students to make the program work.11 bil -22% IBD SmartSelect Corporate Ratings Total enrollment 80 In thousands 60 21 40 14 Composite Rating Earnings Per Share Relative Price Strength Industry Group Relative Strength Sales+Profit Margins+ROE Accumulation/Distribution See Investors.5 million. but smaller.00 56.00 21.48 96 84 Oil&Gas-Transprt/Pipelne Western Gas Partners LP WES 5/ 9/08 16.4% to $289. “Fewercompanies canafford toadvertise in a recession. including trading volumes.” Chief Executive Jack Massimino said in a conference call.50 11. 30. But he says the company has enough cash on hand. Net new accounts were in excess of 150. Corinthian has either a happy side or a worried one. Job demand in health care fields is stable at the least.39 –5. The total student population at the end of the quarter stood at 74. execs expect bad debt to decline later in the fiscal year.8 ColfaxCFX sank 8. Seats In Private Colleges Fill Up BY MARILYN ALVA As the subprime mortgage crisis began claiming victims late last year. “They’ve been able to get through the peak fall enrollment fairly well. One bright side of a bad economy is that students typically stay in school longer.” said analyst Trace Urdan of Signal Hill.40 0.5 Q3 Q4 Q1 ’09 Earnings per share $1.300 +2.79 32. “The demand is certainly there.91 –9. Member FINRA/SIPC. When the economy is in trouble and unemployment rises. investing and banking. Santa Ana.com/quicktransferdetails for a listing of the limitations. “We believe the amount we are lending. Stronger enrollment gains began in the September-ended quarter.80 0. ending a weeklong run-up of 40%.3% from the year before. Corinthian won’t know for sure how well its loans perform for some time. Still.70. Trade Anytime.” Massimino said in the call. Subject to carrier credit approval. which we believe are attractive in a recession.3 99 80 Financial Services-Misc Visa Inc V 3/19/08 44.” The consensus tends to the positive side.50 13.1% in medium volume to close at 8. Securities products and services offered by E*TRADE Securities LLC. In late January. Lead underwriter Citigroup Morgan J P Blair William & Co Morgan J P Citigroup Keefe Bruyette Woods Goldman Sachs & Co UBS Investment Bank THE NEW AMERICA C O R I N T H I A N C O L L E G E S I N C .0 0. the more likely they will pay back loans.00 23. you’re now funding that yourself.3 1000 new accounts a day etrade. It specializes in certificate and associate degrees in allied health care fields such as nurse’s aides and dental assistants. loans will take a big bite out of free cash flow. a gain of 11.20 In billions 1.50 19. Analysts polled by Thomson Reuters estimate earnings this fiscal year. Corinthian is taking a reserve against 50% of its loans. restrictions and time deadlines associated with this service. “CorinthianCOCO typically does well in a recession.6 million. “More than 60% of our enrollees are in short-term diploma programs. Assuming a high default rate. Must purchase a new 2-year plan with a select wireless provider to qualify. Urdan says. please visit etrade.300 link one link one link one link one Streaming Real-Time Quotes Easy Stock & Options Trading 143. The company expects its operating margin to hit 15% by fiscal 2011. Trades received outside normal market hours will be entered the next business day.47 2. market conditions. the firm reported that its fiscal first-quarter profit jumped 40% from a year earlier to 7 cents a share. A second. “Instead of a third party writing you a check at the beginning of the term.000 over the same period. workers often go back to school to learn a new career or to upgrade skills.4 81 76 Pollution Control-Svcs Heritage–Crystal Clean HCCI 3/12/08 11.4 28 94 Leisure-Movies & Related RHI Entertainment Inc RHIE 6/18/08 14. system performance and other factors.” Massimino said in the call. is manageable and can be funded from cash out of operations.3% to 30. ad costs are falling. images and symbols are the exclusive properties of and trademarks or registered trademarks of Research In Motion Limited .2 68 95 Medical/Dental-Services 28. “It comes from more students in the classroom — the leverage of real estate and instruction costs.0 1 96 Finance-Reit American Capital Agency AGNC 5/15/08 20. Most students who enroll at Corinthian are in that boat. 2.075. he says. In addition. On Wednesday. Meantime.INVESTOR'S BUSINESS DAILY THURSDAY. marking the start of five straight quarters of double-digit revenue and earnings growth. 1 NEW Exclusively on 845. rose 18. California When The Economy Cools Off.” Urdan said.com/mobile 1-800-ETRADE-1 New Accounts claim based on internal E*TRADE FINANCIAL Corp. That has allowed us to negotiate super discounts. Corinthian is in an especially sweet spot because it trains students for vocational jobs that appeal to hourly workers apt to have lost their jobs or who are having trouble finding jobs. Urdan says. 5. “Thebulls like me arelooking at operating performance of the business and feel like there is going to be a lot of room for leverage.5 0. “The opportunity for margin leverage is very significant. MONEY CAN’T WAIT. Revenue in the quarter. What to do? Corinthian decided to lend money from internal sources to students. metrics for average daily gross new E*TRADE Bank and E*TRADE Securities accounts between 10/1/07–9/30/08. focus is on training students to become auto technicians. the pump maker met views with a third-quarter profit of 28 cents a share. 2008 AFTER MARKET A5 Leading New Issues IBD New Issues Index Light Revenue Halts Colfax Recovery Date Offering Current % change EPS RS Company Symbol offering price price from offer Rating Rating Industry group CardioNet BEAT 3/19/08 18. the last time the economy was in a slump.00 13. Open an account and get a FREE BlackBerry smartphone. “The bears are concerned about internal lending and what the ultimate cost is going to be.” The small number of students who take courses online is expected to grow. breaking into double-digit gains by the third fiscal quarter of this year. It committed $95 million to $100 million this fiscal year. “It’s huge. a post-secondary school that specializes in vocational training New student enrollments Subhead 35 In thousands 28 Ticker Share price 12-month sales 5-year profit growth rate COCO Near 15 $1. All rights reserved.84 Live Watch Lists & Portfolios Quick Cash Transfers 2 Download for free at etrade. since it takes about six months after graduation for students to start paying back their loans.67 143 22. “Students who drop out typically don’t pay back their loans.265. BMO Capital Markets thian and other for-profit schools since the credit crunch dried up private credit. which ends in June. Urdan estimates that Corinthian’s completion rate is about 60%. 3. The more students that graduate.” he said.77 –4. Corinthian’s operating margin was as high as 20% in the 2003 fiscal year.9% of revenue. up from 6.01 37.” analyst Jeff Silber of BMO Capital Markets said of the amount.com/mobile from your BlackBerry ® smartphone.” Bad debt expense in the first fiscal quarter amounted to 8.04 30% 845. ©2008 E*TRADE FINANCIAL Corp. meeting views.4 54 89 Utility-Water Supply American Water Works AWK 4/23/08 21. Before the market opened. Funding problems have hit Corin- Corinthian Colleges Back To School INVESTOR'S BUSINESS DAILY cci. 1. but sales came up a bit short at $153. will climb 35% to 58 cents a share and go up 43% the next year. the firm announced that Sallie Mae and two other private lenders would no longer make loans to subprime student borrowers.0 0 ’07 ’08 ’09e ’10e ’07 Sources: Company reports. Corinthian Colleges noticed a surge in new-student enrollments. so grad rates go up.com for more details 98 73 96 A+ C A 20 7 0 0 Q1 ’08 Q2 Q3 Q4 Q1 ’09 Q1 ’08 Q2 Revenue $1. he says. The problem for Corinthian is with the roughly 10% of revenue that doesn’t come from some type of ’08 ’09e ’10e ’11e Fiscal year ends in June government loan program. For details and important information about Quick Transfer.3% in the same quar- ter the year before.” Silber said. to cover the gap left after government caps were met. The BlackBerry and RIM families of related marks. System response and account access times may vary due to a variety of factors. The enrollment surge offsets bad news on the student lending side. Depending on which side of the coin you look at. NOVEMBER 6.used by permission.” Urdan said.7 2 86 Finance-Reit Hatteras Financial HTS 4/25/08 24. exceeding estimates. which ended Sept. .00 18.

27 Evergreen A $ 12.6 bil 800–992–3863 –35 AMCAP – 5 12.53% and PowerShares DB Commodity Double Short ETNDEE 51.95 – 2 Int Tax Fr – 1 10. The top 25% of growth funds for the –54 EmergMkts – 5 9.04n –.94 –44 Diversifd Intl – 7 22.03 –34 Basic Value – 1 19.71 0 Strat Muni – 1 8.07 0 Bd Mkt Inv 0 9.09 –42 Heritage – 4 12.09 –.61n –.24 –43 GlbRlEstII – 4 10.425.76 Barclays Glob Inv –31 Bal Wealth – 5 9.43n +.53n –.53 –.32 –37 Lrg Cap Gr b – 3 8.1 bil 800–544–8888 –26 2015 – 3 9.26 –45 Intl Value – 8 12.42 –43 AdvDivStkO – 3 9.53 –35 MidCap Idx – 7 7.78n –.01 –32 Lrg Cap Val – 1 15.18n –1.14n .03 – 6 Muni Bond – 1 6.85n –1.4 bil 800–221–5672 –49 Glbl Gold Eq –24 11.84n –2.3 bil 800–523–4640 – 7 DivrsInc A – 2 7.32 –33 Lrg Cap Val – 2 13. last month.20 Federated C $ 3.98 –34 S&P500 Idx – 3 27.23n +.65 –36 Real Estate –18 14.18n –.57 –13 BondFdAm – 3 10.04 –30 Intl Val I – 3 17.86 –.73%.77 –27 SmCpVal I – 7 31.30n +.41 –23 Income – 2 23.35 $ 3.2 bil 800–441–7762 –25 Charter b – 2 12.43 –35 BlueChipGro – 6 27.26 $ 761 mil 800–237–7119 –26 Charter m – 3 11.59 –.49 –.40n –.04 –34 Intl Eq N – 1 9.48 –40 Mid Cap Gr – 4 15.06n –.61n +.8 bil 800–792–2473 –35 Lg Cap Val b – 3 11.23n –.27 –13 High Inc Muni – 5 12.32 – 3 Interm Bond – 1 12.63 1.22n –.72 –.18n +.44n –2.47 –1.12n +.32 -1.56 –34 Bas S&P500 – 3 19.63 –25 StrAlloMod – 3 5. –25 Small Cap – 3 18.40n –.38 –.23 Evergreen I $ 11.66n –.38n –.36 –.30 Alliance Brnstn Adv – 8 MuniInsred 0 6.44n +.43 –.04 – 2 VA Intm Mun + 1 10.17 –.66 4.04 – 5 Municipal Inc 0 11.01 –20 Asset Alloc – 4 11. is recalculated each month on a total return basis.18n –.06%.39 –16 UltraShMort – 4 7.70 -586.3 bil 800–823–7386 $ 2. But year to date.80n –1.62n –.22 –.46 –39 Appreciation –12 26.94 –1.01 – 7 Tax Exempt – 1 12.39 –41 Stock – 4 78. $ 8.89 + 2 Sh Int Muni 0 10.04n –.58 DFA Investment $ 94.70 –.32 2008 4 Wk Net 2008 4 Wk Net 2008 4 Wk Net 2008 4 Wk Net –40 OptimumMidN – 9 17.19 –.02 + 4 5 Yr Gov + 1 10.69 –.01 Fidelity Adv A $ 20.01 4 Wk Net 2008 % Asset NAV % Chg Value Chg Chg Fund –21 Asset Alloc – 4 11.04 –32 Gr & Inc A AssetMark Funds – 3 21.06 ..9 bil 800–221–5672 –60 Emerg Mkts – 8 4.41 –.43 –41 Divers Intl – 2 13.17 –41 IntlIdx Inv – 4 27.27 –31 2020 – 4 9.92 +.54 n +.07n –.7 bil 800–959–4246 + 1 13.09 –38 Sftwr&Cmp r + 3 50. typically considered a safe haven amid uncertainty.84n +.02 + 1 Diversifd Muni 0 13. $3.64n –1.07 –40 Lg Cap Intl – 4 15.18n –1.55n –20.74n –. b=assets used to pay 12(b)(1) plan distribution costs.05 – 4 Sh Dur Plus BlackRock Svc –43 Cap Dvlp b – 5 10.44 –35 2035 – 4 8.80n +1.55n –1.33n –.85 + 5 GNMA –24 Balanced – 2 14. Morningstar’s ETF Deathwatch list jumped to 84 names as of Oct.41n +.38 Evergreen B $ 2.84 –34 Lg Cap Idx – 3 18.05 –28 Div Inc Z – 1 10. NETS FTSE Singapore Straits Times IndexSGT.21n +.02 –39 New Millnm – 6 18.59 –.03 –30 Appreciation – 4 31.63n +.15n –.20 –46 Fifty r – 7 11.653.01 + 6 Govt 2–5 Instl + 1 11.38n +.15 –40 Dividend Grow – 4 16.02 –25 StrAlloMod – 3 5.06 –44 IntlGrowth – 5 7.87n +.03 –24 Inc Bostn –10 4.71n +.6 bil 800–544–8888 –11 Biotechnlgy r + 3 59.01 –39 Strat Inv – 5 12.64n +.64 –47 Intl –25 Diverse Div b – 6 9.64n –1. –33 TxMgdDivInc – 1 8.63n +.03 0 Sh Trm Bd – 1 9. These funds are among the top 25% in 3.44n –1.25n +.87n –1.56 $ 26.03 –45 Mid Stk – 7 16.02 – 7 Int Trm Bd – 1 8.36n –.3 bil 800–345–2021 –31 Wash Mut – 3 22.48 –.72 –33 HiInc Advt – 8 6. commodity portfolios BY TRANG HO INVESTOR'S BUSINESS DAILY Leveraged inverse commodity ETFs.42 + 2 Muni Ultrshrt 0 9.85 –.1 bil 800–345–4048 –42 Focus – 8 30.53 –35 MrscoFocEq – 2 15.98 +.99 –1.58n –.39 –34 Lrg Cap Val – 3 8.86 +.60 –2.98 .41 –31 4–in–1 Idx r – 3 21.01 –36 RREEFRealEs –19 11.02 –47 Intl 0 10.52 –1.4 bil 800–345–2021 –28 IncFd Amer – 4 13.18 – 3 Sh Trm Bd – 1 9.29 –33 AssetMgr70% r – 411.84 –43 Dreman HRt – 1 25.63n –2.65 –47 Aggres Gr r – 7 12.0 bil 800–992–2766 – 1 6.03 BlackRock Instl –57 † AcadEmMkt –10 13.47 boldfaced. Investors pulled the most money.11n +.66 –44 † Clipper – 4 45.85n –.8 bil 800–959–4246 –19 HealthSciOp b – 5 24.48 –38 Marsico Gr – 3 14.68n –1.7 bil 800–426–0107 $ 1.39 + 3 IntGovtBd 0 10.32n –1. in millions Ranked by October outflow ETF Symbol Sept.02 First Amer Y $ 12.01 –48 Emerg Mkts – 8 17.25 –42 DivCapBldr – 6 5.52 –26 AssetMgr50% – 3 11.71 –34 Strat Gr I – 3 22.06 –1.82 –.22 –. which only traded 30 shares and $275 a day on average.05 0 ShrtTermBd 0 9.73 Alpine Funds Artisan Funds $ 2.03 –50 Mid Cap I – 8 12.2 bil 800–225–6265 –48 TxMgdEmMkt – 8 27.33 –34 2030 – 4 10.12n –1.44n –.64 – 6 Intl Bond – 1 18.40n +.22 –37 Large Cap Val – 2 14.47 data and at dailygraphs.00 Am Beacon Pln ASTON Funds – 5 31.04n –1.62 billion inflow to international ETFs. FocusShares shuttered ETFs tracking ISE-provided 2008 % Chg Fund 4 Wk Net 2008 % Asset NAV % Chg Value Chg Chg Fund indexes for homeland security. Daily accrual fund returns are calculated on a monthly basis.06 – 2 Intm Muni 0 12.08n –.11 –. –43 Intl Small Co – 3 10.21 –.27n +.60n +.16 –42 Heritage $ 690 bil 800–421–4120 – 4 12. ’08 4 Wk Net 2008 % Asset NAV % Chg Value Chg Chg Fund –37 LgCapValEq – 3 7.43 +.35n –.35 –.43n –.87 –46 Euro CapApp r – 8 14.5 bil 800–334–0483 – 9 Bond – 1 8.06 –1.96 –33 NFJ Div Val – 3 10. iShares MSCI TurkeyTUR.59n –1.43 +.89n –.00 –22 Hi Yld Muni – 6 7.69n –.67 –45 SmIndep r – 6 10.13 .03 – 2 Ltd Tax Ex Blackrock R AIM Funds A – 3 20.59 – 3 Intl Bond I – 3 10.35 – 5 CA Muni Inc 0 11.30 – 4 MA Tax Free 0 13.54n –3.18 –.49n . Among other gainers.–45 IntlEq – 5 8.5 bil 800–522–7297 –42 Divers Intl – 2 12.61 –40 Intl M $ 7.82 –34 US Lg Co Instl – 3 7.63 –35 New Insight – 3 13. A+=Top 5%.53 billion.02 –1.24 –44 IntlRltyC – 6 9.07 –. in billions Stock Funds Bled In September Total net assets. bringing the total closed to 44 this year and 49 in the industry’s history.66n –1.46n –.65 –55 EmrgMktValI –11 19.40n –.81 .31 –30 Special Val – 8 14.05 –37 Fundmntl – 3 8.22n +.42 0 9.10n –.03 Chesapeake Fds $ 722 mil 800–525–3863 –43 Core Growth – 6 11.3 bil 800–621–1048 –30 Cap Growth – 4 39. according to estimates from Morningstar Inc.85 –1.57 –51 Aggr Inv 2 $ 2.47 –.91n +.4 bil 800–279–0279 –36 NY Venture C – 2 24.77n –1.67 –41 Marsico21st – 5 9.70 –54 LtnAmerEq – 2 32.59 –.70 –37 Labor Intl – 3 12.03 –34 Lrg Cap Val – 3 8. Of the three most widely traded and largest ETFs by assets. Market Vectors RussiaRSX.53 +.41 –34 US Cor Eq 2 – 4 7.98 –.65 –47 Growth B –24 Hi Inc Tr – 8 8.69n –.05 Commerce Funds $ 1.02 – 2 TaxFrUSA Int 0 10.99n –2.04 –10 TotalRet m – 2 9.89 –32 TxMgdDivInc 0 8.33 –33 † Delafield – 8 16. –19 StrtRealRet – 8 7.06n –. A or A.0 bil 800–572–1980 – 3 14.73 –40 Marsico21st – 5 9.18 +.43%.26 – 2 OR Tax Free A + 1 10.317.66 –34 US Sml Val – 8 15.35%.39 – 7 Natl Muni $ 4.02 – 3 IntmBdInst – 1 9.26 +.07n +.16 –56 Emg Mkt Sml –10 9.87n –.03 – 5 Mgd Muni Bd 0 8.62 % % Asset NAV % % Asset NAV % % Asset NAV % % Asset NAV –38 Lg Core – 4 7.03 –.09n . The October inflow was nearly Mutual Fund Performance Away It Goes ETFs with the greatest outflow and inflow in October.02 – 4 Tax Fr MN 0 11.49 –12 Strategic Inc – 5 9.38 –41 Sci&Tech – 4 8.64 –36 ExtMkt Adv – 4 24.00n –.03 —F— –25 † Fairholme – 6 23. 31 vs.53n +.21 –12 GloblBond – 4 6.02 –34 StckIdx – 3 23.68 +. in trillions August $4 Investors pulled $56.89n –.93 4 Wk Net 2008 % Asset NAV % Chg Value Chg Chg Fund —D—E— Davis Funds A $ 25.69n –.50 –12 Strat Inc – 5 9.19 Driehaus Funds $ 951 mil 888–636–8835 –55 EmergMktsGr – 4 19. D#= Top 70%.36 –34 LgCapGrOpp – 3 21.64n +.97n –.60n –2.97n +.01 –32 SmallIdx – 6 10.02 – 6 Total Bond – 2 9.42 –35 Real Estate b –17 14.47 –.96 billion.78 –.55 –.61n +.55 –48 Energy r – 1 34.36 ures are on a total return basis. The price of crude oil sank 34.68 $ 3.22n –.50n –1.79n –.39 –29 DremanSmVal – 4 24.24n –.40 –38 Real Estate –18 16.88n –.4 bil 800–437–9912 –34 Instl Realty –17 24.67 –1.63 –38 Dfnse&Aero r – 1 51.89n –2.50n –.03n –.45 -1.71n –..15 +.41 –.0 bil 800–421–4120 – 2 14.9 bil 800–959–4246 0 30.73n +.20 +.04 –33 Sml Stk M – 3 25.09n –.90 Columbia C $ 4.70 –38 Val Disc – 3 11.45 +.48 Federated A $ 14.02 0 Mortg Secs 0 10.71 – 3 15.34 AIG Retirement I – 8 13.33 –44 Ariel –13 25.28 +. –47 Tx Mg Intl 0 8.01 –.34 – 2 NatlIntMunM + 1 12. Year to date investors took a net $199.45n +.75 –31 Sml Cap Val – 7 11.80n –.55n –3.24 –1.37n –.02n –.04 –.74 –24 ConsumeStpl r – 5 50.2 bil 800–828–5052 –39 US Growth – 4 9.10n –1.04 –33 EnhcedS&P5 – 3 10.23n –.19n –.20 –35 Mid Cap Idx – 7 13. demand dropped at its sharpest rate in 28 years.39 +.78 –.04 –36 Intl Value – 4 12.99n –.92 FAM Funds $ 842 mil 800–932–3271 –26 Value – 5 33.51n –.74 –40 Marsico21st – 5 10.45 DWS Scudder C $ 1.69 –.77n +. –43 Large Cap Stk – 3 10.8 bil 800–423–4026 .0 –11 WW HlthSci – 2 9.63 +.01n –.61% in October.36 –.1 bil 800–621–1048 –43 Dreman HRt – 1 25.91n –.01 – 2 10. r=redemption –43 Intl Val Inv r – 6 9.82n –.04 –34 Eq 500 Idx – 3 108.01 –41 Mid Cap – 8 18.18 –.02 – 6 ShDurPlus – 3 8.75n –.84 –34 S&P500Idx – 3 11.07 –1.76 .4 bil 800–345–6611 –36 Acorn – 4 18.11 +.02n –.02n –.92 –36 Fndmtl Gr – 3 13.08 BlackRock B Am Beacon AMR –33 Small Cap – 6 15.07 First Eagle $ 17.41 – 9 Tax Ex CA – 2 14.63n +.48n +.64 –43 Sml Grow r – 6 9.90 –38 Marsico Gr – 3 13.04 Amer Cent Inv –35 SmGrEq – 5 15.38 $ 1.21n +.28 –34 StrAgVal A – 2 21.47 –.46n +.74n –.27 –36 2045 – 4 7.3 bil 800–728–8762 –37 New Pers – 4 21.49 636.86n +.16n –.11 –.21n –.11 +.06 – 3 Tot Retrn I $ 1.58 – 2 MN Muni Inc 0 10. unless otherwise noted.61n –.43 +.04 – 3 IntmdBond – 1 6.10n –.02 – 5 Mgd Muni 0 8.83 –35 TaxMgTgtVal – 7 13.14 +. – 5 LowDurBd –40 Cap Appr – 1 13. –33 Tax Mgd Val – 1 14.8 bil 800–572–1980 0 13. – 2 ShDurInc A 0 15. Inflows And Outflows While investors dumped mutual funds this year. –41 Small Stk – 7 10.03 –.755.9 bil 800–345–2021 – 8 CapWrldBd – 4 17.67n –.80 –21 Natl Muni – 2 8.13 –.41n –2.49n +.03 –37 Disciplnd Eq – 4 18.5 bil 800–426–0107 + 3 Target 2015 – 3 88.42 +.033.87n –.22n –1. domestic ETFs inflow of $76.98n –.78n –..71 –47 Growth C – 4 Bond – 1 9.01 Allianz C Artio Global Funds Brandes $ 3.1 bil 800–577–2321 –27 CommodRtn –12 8. International funds saw the least outflow.51n –.86 –.4 bil 800–441–7762 Access Capital Strat $ 2.39 –31 TxMgdGr 1.36 –33 Real Estate –17 11.02 – 4 OH Muni Inc 0 10.63n –.81 BBH Funds –41 Wealth Appr – 6 9.81n –1. Opta Lehman Agriculture Pure Beta ETNEOH and Opta Lehman Commodity Index ETNRAW. B=Top 25%.01 –20 Natl Muni – 2 8.2 bil 800–343–2898 0 Adj Rate – 2 8. PowerShares DB Agriculture Double Short ETN AGA 31.85n –1.19 +.93 DWS Scudder S $ 17.01 –33 TAUSCorEq2 – 4 6.69n +.99 –35 Acorn USA – 5 17.88n –1.12 +.86 –1.76 –1.71%.27 – 1 CA TxFreeBd – 5 13.24 –43 IntlRltyI – 6 9.71 –1.66n –.33 –1.42 Federated F $ 995 mil 800–245–5051 + 1 Govt Inc Sec – 1 8. n=no initial load and appears after Net Asset Value.13 –35 Dreyfus Fund – 4 6.16 –.80n –.33n –.02 –34 Japan r + 7 9.36 –39 Exprt&Mltint r – 4 15.84 –.04 – 2 CA Intermd + 1 9. plunged 58.76n –.11 –.42n –.2 bil 800–305–2140 – 2 Bond – 1 17.05 –34 Disc Stock – 3 22.15 –1.71n –.04 – 8 TotalRetII Alliance Brnstn B – 1 8. $2.73 0 NY Muni $ 4.41 –.8 bil 800–343–2898 –21 Asset Alloc – 4 11.01 –42 New Leadr A – 7 22.4 bil 800–343–2898 0 Adj Rate – 2 8.4 bil 888–204–3956 –31 Balanced – 4 11.37 +.48 –.04n –1.98 –45 Acorn Intl – 4 23.78 – 4 IntermdBdII –13 Bd Fd Am – 3 10.63 –46 GlbSmMidGr m – 6 13.82 –32 Health Care r – 5 81.74 –31 SmCpVal II – 3 9.27 – 1 12.43n –. –51 Develp Mkts m – 8 16.72 $ 5.27n +.03 – 7 Strat Inc – 3 6.03 4 Wk Net 2008 % Asset NAV % Chg Value Chg Chg Fund – 5 NY Tx Ex r 0 13.43 –13 AsstMgr20% r – 2 10.7 bil 800–341–7400 + 4 GNMA Instl 0 10.230.80 –34 Contrafund – 3 47.60 –42 Equity Gr – 5 37.72 –.02n –2.02 $ 1.01n –.77 –31 TaxMgGr 1.41 –37 US Lg Cap Val – 2 14.47 –37 Lg Core – 4 8. vs.05 –41 Technology – 2 7.36n +.and with at least $200 million in as.39n –2.10n –.79 –38 Equity Inc – 4 17. B+=Top 20%.76 –1.82 – 7 Intrmd Dur – 2 11.55 –23 Overseas A 0 17.72 –43 Small Grow – 5 16.49 –2.04 –42 Trend – 3 41. 2008 LONG VIEW INVESTORS.35 –.20n –..16 –.03 – 6 TaxFrUSA – 2 10.58 –.61 –1.65 Allegiant I –35 Basic Value – 1 17.01n –.75n . they bought ETFs.37 +..78n +.05 $ 14.00n .07 –53 Latin Amer r –26 † AlphaHedg – 4 9.05n +.77 –31 CapIncBldr – 4 42.1 bil 800–345–6611 –36 Acorn – 4 17.02 –.04 –32 LargeCapVal + 3 12. real estate.74n –.73 –53 Latin Amer r – 1 28.6 bil 800–441–7762 – 5 AggregteBd – 2 9.18n +.44n +. PowerShares QQQQQQQQ dropped 15. Cohen & Steers $ 7.59 –.52n +.56n +.23 –30 Fundmtl Lrg – 5 18.02 Allianz A Aquila Funds 0 12.000 funds in the IBD Monday Special/IBD Weekly Special edition and 2.94n +.17n +.41 –37 US LgCapVal 3 – 2 11.73 –.03 0 US Bond Idx 0 10.75 +.33n –1.02 + 2 5GlbFxdInc 0 10.54 –34 LrgEnCore – 3 9.28 –2.38n –.69 –36 Mid Cap Val – 5 16.23 –.63 0 14.49 –.4 bil 800–388–3344 American Fds B Alger Funds A –41 Small Cap – 5 9.14n .19n –.79 $2.97n –.07 $ 3.60 – 2 ShTrm Fxd Inc – 1 8.All fig.21 +..3 bil 800–661–3550 AIM Funds Investor –36 Lg Value – 3 11.76 –19 HealthSciOp b – 5 23.7 bil 800–221–5672 $ 1.14n +. ’08 iShares Russell 2000 Index iShares Lehman 1-3 Year Treasury Bond Energy Select Sector SPDR PowerShares QQQ MidCap SPDRs IWM SHY XLE QQQQ MDY $5.86 –1.06 –38 StraDiv&Inc – 5 7.03 sets.02 $ 1.67n –1.98 –1.77 –14 Hi Yld Muni – 6 8.55 –43 IntlRltyA – 6 9.74 + 3 UShTxOptInc 0 10.56 –.16 –39 IntlEqIIA – 2 10.10 –.03n –1.28n –.76n –.74n –.04 –28 Mutual Alliance Brnstn C $ 1.86 +.63 +.02 – 3 Tot Rtn Bd – 2 9.81n .85n –.73 –37 StkSelector – 3 18. out of iShares Russell 2000IWM.74n –.83 .54 BlackRock BlRk – 5 † C&O MktOpp 0 21.7 bil 800–276–2883 –32 Mid Val Ins – 5 20.01 –38 CpWrldG&I – 5 26.62 + 3 GNMA 0 14..29 –49 IntlRealEst –13 4.50 –1.49n –. etc.1 bil 800–544–8888 –13 2000 – 2 10.47n –1.54 –.75n –.98n –2.32 Eaton Vance C $ 6.9 bil 800–345–2021 0 8.93 –38 Mid Cap Val – 7 9.93 –. which makes money from falling prices.42 –36 Fndmtl Gr – 3 15.03 BNY Mellon –38 Energy b + 3 27.14n –.09n –1.12n –1.02 –33 Lrg Cap Val – 1 15.66n –.17n –2.04 Fidelity Adv T $ 19.plus funds ranked by assets regardless of performance rating.48 –31 Bal Wealth – 5 9.07 –30 CapIncBldr – 4 42.63n +.01 –36 DivBuilder – 1 9.58 $ 19.38 –.91n –1.10n –.50 –38 TxM US MkVl – 3 10.45 –36 Intl Value – 4 12. Cambiar Funds Each 36-Month Performance Rating.83 –47 SmCpWrld – 8 20.53 Baird Funds BlackRock I ForWednesday.52n –. no country bucked the global downtrend. rocketed 66.39n .68n –.30n –.68 –43 Glob Growth – 4 10.29 –41 IntlIdx Adv – 4 27.22n +.0 bil 800–441–7762 –29 Mid Cap Val – 9 12.90 –11 Mkt Opps – 5 10.83n –.01 billion out of mutual funds across all categories in October.8 bil 310–395–8005 + 3 1 Yr Fixed Inc + 1 10.91n –.02 – 4 21.80n –.11% and PowerShares DB Base Metals Short ETNBOS 28.3 bil 800–221–5672 –19 Balanced – 2 12.19n –.57n +.03n –. All $ 1.56 –.22 –30 Cap Growth – 4 39.49 –37 Lrg Core – 4 8.59 –1.95 –46 Growth A –36 Gr Fd Amer – 4 21.23n –.32 –.49n –.08 –.16n +.06 –31 Equity Inc – 3 10.35n +.92 –1.58 + 2 US Gov Sec 0 13.66 – 1 10.06n +.60 billion into ETFs.51n –.58 –.34 –36 2030 – 4 9.86 –34 Eq 500 Idx – 3 107.05 –27 GlbHlthCare b – 5 21. All fund categories saw outflow.40 –31 USTgtVal – 7 10.20 –28 Mutual – 3 22.57n +.78 –.41 –24 Cap & Inc – 7 6.54 –34 US Micro Cap – 6 8.04 –46 Gr & Inc – 2 14.6 bil 866–947–7000 changes are on a total return basis.13 +.31 – 8 TotalRet – 1 8.97 –39 Kaufmann – 2 3.02n –2.91 –40 AdvCapDevO – 5 7.38 –38 Ultra – 3 15. PowerShares DB Base Metals Double Short ETNBOM soared 53.9 bil 800–656–3017 –40 Intl Growth – 5 19.79 –.56 –48 Lev Co Stk – 8 19.35 –36 Low Pr Stk – 5 23.5 bil 800–279–0279 –41 Financial – 2 23.88 –..03 –37 Intl Equity – 3 14.04n +.45 0 CA Muni –41 Wealth Appr – 6 9. A#=Top 15%.66 –.44 –30 Sml Val r – 4 9.30n –1.13n –. Fidelity Adv C $ 7. basic materials.46n –.9 bil 800–242–8671 – 5 CA Tax Ex Z 0 13.27 –41 EuroPac Gr – 5 30.31 –51 EmMktCorEq – 9 9.. + 5 Sh Intmd Govt + 1 9.07 + 2 Divers Bd 0 10.57 – 2 PAIntMunM + 1 11.1 – 4 18.31 + 1 † CO Bond A – 1 9. A.88 –27 GasUtilInv r + 1 15.61 – 2 Sh Tm Fx – 1 8.12n –.27 –41 Intl SmCpVal – 2 11.92 –23 Glob Alloc – 2 14.73 –43 Glob Res b – 4 8.66 AIG Retirement II $ 25.45n –.14n –.75n +.3 bil 800–645–6561 + 6 100% US Tr In + 1 13.3 bil 800–345–6611 –36 Acorn – 4 18.06n +.– 6 Social Bd A – 1 14.38n –.76 –1. Funds shown in the two daily performance lists have at least $125 million in assets and a 0 IntlFxInc – 1 7.35n –.96n –.11n +.45 –31 Mont&CldGrI – 4 18.84n –1.55 –38 World Wide – 4 13.93 –26 NFJSmlCpVal – 3 22.82 Alliance Brnstn A Amana Funds –35 Lg Value – 2 12.03 –38 MidCapVal A – 5 17.29 –25 2015 – 4 9.76n –1. which held gambling.02 –36 Growth – 4 7.INVESTORS.02 – 2 Tot Rtn Bd – 2 9.47 AIM Funds B – 1 Govt Inc – 1 10.54 –1.26n –.48 –35 FndmtL Gr – 7 24.92n –. including gold.38n –.57 –.02 –39 CaptlApprec 0 16.47 Dodge&Cox $ 118 bil 800–621–3979 –33 Balanced – 3 52.87n –1.06 –.62 –1.40 + 3 Global Fxd Inc – 2 11.02 + 3 2Yr Glbl Fxd + 1 10.9 bil 800–228–4227 – 4 Infltn Adj – 3 10.07 + 4 ShTerm Govt 0 9.74 Delaware A $ 9.13n +.35n –.99 –54 Emerg Mkts – 5 18.52n +.12n –1.12 Dreyfus $ 20.16 +.05 –1.34 $ 1.53 10%.158.14n –.9 bil 800–621–1048 –26 Balanced – 4 7.13 –21 High Income – 7 3.92 –1.73 – 6 InflProtBd – 4 10.03 – 1 TotRetBdIns – 3 9.86 –33 LgCorEnhIdx – 2 6.74 Alliance Brnstn I – 5 LowDurBd – 3 9.02 $ 1.60 Diamond Hill Funds $ 3.39 DWS Scudder Instl $ 4.18n –.37 billion out of mutual funds and put a net $83.62n –1.91n –.05 –33 Lrg Cap Val – 2 12.2 billion from stock funds in September.62 1.72 –1.8 bil 614–255–3333 –20 LgShtA – 1 14.18n –.39n +.89 +.23n +.2 billion inflow in August.49 –.48 –21 Equity Income – 1 6.98 $ 1.09n –.05 –41 Intl Equity – 5 29. $2.03 – 4 TotRetrn A Bridgeway Funds –35 Summit P b – 3 9.86n +.04 –34 TotMkt Adv – 3 26. ETF providers shut down four funds in October.77n –.49 – 2 PA Muni Inc r + 1 10.49 –38 SmlOpport – 6 5.89n .57 $ 1.24 0 KSTaxExBdIn r 0 10.03 + 2 US Govt Secs 0 7. –25 Small Cap – 3 17.13 – 3 NJ Muni Inc r 0 10.com’s Fund Center.01n –.59 –43 Value – 9 42.37n –4.02n –1.93 4 Wk Net % Asset NAV Chg Value Chg –39 Equity Inc – 4 32.24 –34 US Opportun – 4 25.76 –. A# and B+ 36-Month Performance Ratings are all boldfaced.04 –40 Intl – 5 8.24 Evergreen C $ 5.98n –.31 –.27 +.46 –39 Sel Small – 7 10.1 bil 800–245–5051 –40 Kaufmn C – 3 3.60 –1.34n –.34 –33 2025 – 4 8.47 $ 5.46 –34 TotMkt Inv – 3 26.79 –40 Sel Lg Gr – 7 7.62 –38 Mid Cp II – 7 10.13 – 6 Muni Bond – 1 6.78n –.45 –37 Grwth Cmpny – 1 52. NETS BEL 20 (Belgium)BRU.63n –.65 Domini Soc Inv $ 1.02 Delaware Instl $ 1.8 bil 800–245–5051 –40 Kaufmann – 2 3. SPDR S&P 500SPY slumped 16..64 – 3 Target 2020 – 6 63. shot higher in October as bears trampled the bulls.33 –47 Basic Value b – 4 16.21n +.6 bil 800–388–3344 Asset Mgmt Fds Calamos Funds Alger Instl – 4 IntermdIIBd 0 8.14 – 6 TotalBond – 2 9.50n –.75 –.49 –29 SmCpStkIdx – 7 15.02 –40 Constlatn b – 3 17.26n –.44 –.20n –.81n –.95 –.1 bil 212–756–4097 –51 Intl Val – 7 10.65n –.01 –30 Util&Telecm + 3 10.02 –37 Large Gr – 4 16.79 –38 Growth & Inc – 3 11. bond funds to other bond funds.78 –..03 –.87 –48 LevrgdCoStk – 6 16.06n –.45n +.46 –47 Natural Gas r + 5 24.94n –.68n –.26 –.65% year to date.96% in October and -28..3 bil 800–426–0107 –39 Real Estate –21 12.47 –42 Partners –49 Intl Growth – 6 10.27 Allianz Admin –36 Sml Cap Gr b – 6 18.2 bil 800–231–8002 –44 Emerg Mkts – 3 7.21n +.78n –.09n –.02 – 7 Inv Grade Bd – 2 6.73 –1.65 $ 827 mil 866–811–0225 –36 Asset – 7 40.27 –45 New World – 7 32.16 –. E=Below 70%.94 –.53 –13 GloblBond – 4 6.12 0 10.53 –. Foreign ETF Performance Unlike other recent sell-offs.01 –38 CapWld G&I – 5 26.17n –.35 Chg Fund Chg Value Chg Chg Fund Chg Value Chg Chg Fund Chg Value Chg Chg Fund Chg Value Chg –36 Lg Value – 3 11. Series 1 iShares S&P 500 Index iShares Russell 1000 Value Index Source: Morningstar Inc.23 billion.72 –2.37 –.4 bil 888–785–5578 $ 23. equal between domestic ETFs.23 – 3 10.03 Federated Y $ 338 mil 800–245–5051 + 4 US Gov 1–3 0 10.4 bil 800–225–6265 –22 Floating Rt – 9 7.55n +.01n –.03n –.26 219.7 bil 800–441–7762 –24 Balanced – 3 14.64 –34 500 Idx Inv – 3 66.01 –34 S&P500Idx – 3 11.29n –.02 – 3 CoreBond Z – 1 9.59 —B— —A— —C— How To Read Mutual Fund Tables & Graphs Oct.16n –2.99n –. It debuted in May.03 –26 Capital Apprec – 4 15.19n –1.10 –.32n +.52n +.0 bil 800–762–6814 –34 Equity – 3 21.73 + 1 Mortgage 0 9.16 –.63 –38 Mid Cap Val – 7 9.55 –1.38n –.02 –20 High Income – 8 6.76 $ 40.05 –1. – 4 24.60 –13 Bond – 5 7.36 –22 HiYld Bd + 6 Target 2010 0 103. and international.05 –47 Sm Cp Wrld – 8 21.33 FBR Funds $ 1.0 bil 800–344–1770 –24 Value – 1 4.200 funds on other days.98 –.63 –. at $1.91 –34 US VectorEq – 5 7.13n –.11n –.71 –41 IntlGrowI – 4 7.49 –.01 –26 NFJSmlCpVal – 3 21.92%.50 –24 High Income – 8 8.89n +.27n –1.52n –.74 AIM Funds P – 1 12.97 –1.58 n +.02 – 6 6.01 + 4 GNMA 0 10.60 –33 Inv Co Am – 3 21. Long ETFs tracking commodities producers.79 –.03 –35 Gr Fd Amer – 3 22.40 Eton Vance Instl $ 1.08n –.05 –28 Mutual – 3 19.74 –27 GlbHlthCare – 5 21.51n –.39 $ 2.78 –.04n –.59 –13 Strat Inc – 5 9.58 – 9 Strat Inc – 3 5.00n +.04n +.91 –46 Growth I – 5 34.93n +.86 – 4 TreasInfPrC – 4 9.49 Fidelity Spartan $ 56.34 –55 IntlSmlOpp – 9 6.4 bil 800–664–5345 BlackRock C –32 Gr & Inc B – 3 23.02 –56 Pacific Basin r – 4 13.05 + 1 † CRAQualInv b – 110.198.49 –.40 –51 Intl Value Blackrock A 0 13.20n +.09n +.35n –1. whose provider folded. CommInvmnt .02 –34 BasicVal – 3 6.69n –.19n –.58n –. iShares MSCI BrazilEWZ. –13 Total Retrn – 3 8.64 –55 Mid Cap Gr – 6 8.74n +.40 BB & T Funds –37 Lrg Cp Grow – 5 14.84 –1.11 Fidelity Select $ 22.73 + 1 Int Bond M –33 Income & Gr – 3 19.13 4 Wk Net 2008 % Asset NAV % Chg Value Chg Chg Fund + 5 GovtIncome 0 10.29n –.58 Delaware Pl Tr $ 3.79n –.26n –2.01 –44 PreciousMtl –23 36.11n –.73 – 6 Tax Exempt – 1 12.46n –1.61 –11 TotalRet Amer Indepen Buffalo Funds –43 Dynamics b – 4 13. DWS Scudder A $ 14.24n +.35n +.02 + 3 Govt Oblig 0 7.89 + 3 IntGovtBd – 1 20.29 –36 ExtMkt Inv – 4 24.84n +.13 +.73n –1.87n +.01 –38 InstIntlEqI – 5 14.48 CG Cap Mkt Fds charge may apply.60n –. no quote Baron Funds $ 5.00 –36 Lrg Stk M – 5 13.03n –.7 bil 800–334–2143 –27 Fund Amer Y – 2 19.24 –34 RltyShrs –17 37.61 .97n –1.59 +.20 Ranked by October inflow iShares MSCI Emerging Markets Index SPDRs DIAMONDS Trust.23n +.21n –1. s=split.11n –.29 $ 530 mil 888–266–8787 –53 IntlSmlCap – 7 11.66 –12 FloatHiInc – 2 8.93 –.09 –30 Balanced – 3 13.27 –28 Growth – 3 16.97n –.31 –.50 – 3 21.37 – 6 Intmd Bond – 2 9.61 Amer Cent Adv 0 9.867.44 –.05n –.58n –2.90 –.63 –34 US Lrg Co – 3 28. $2.69 –47 Technology r – 3 43.57n –.34 –37 Growth & Inc – 5 9.52n +.95 19.11 –47 Lev Co Stk – 7 19.39n –.82n –. Performance of income funds may be compared to other income funds. iShares MSCI AustriaEWO.54n –.14 –23 2005 – 3 8.2 bil 800–426–0107 $ 25.15 –1.11n –2.56n +.45n +.55n –.87n +.61 EEM SPY DIA IVV IWD $2.0 bil 800–554–1156 – 2 25. NETS PSI 20 IndexLIS.41n –.14 –45 Realty –24 17.78 –38 Equity Inc – 4 17.98n –.59 –1.50 –22 Glob Alloc – 1 15.74n –.74 – 7 Muni Bond r – 1 10.61n +.73n –1. PowerShares DB Crude Oil Double Short ETNDTO.6 bil 800–225–6265 –16 AMTFrMunBd – 2 7.88n –.49 –34 Growth – 4 17.58n –.03 +.60 –45 Intl Value III – 7 12.01 Fidelity Adv Free A $ 4.71n +.94 –26 BalCaptial – 2 19.81n –2.70n –. NOVEMBER 6.73 –1.55n +.20n –.61n –.64 –22 Global A – 1 35.57n –.28 CRM Funds $ 2.79n –.A6 THURSDAY.49 –31 Sml Cap Val – 7 12.05 $ 47.79n –.98 billion was nearly 12 times the $6. O Denotes independent fund that does not belong to family listed above.65n –.21 Calvert Group $ 10. the fourth straight month of outflow.05 –37 Utility 0 12..60 + 2 ShDurDivMuni 0 12.03 0 Int Mun Inc 0 9. p=previous day’s quote.81 –40 Amerigo N – 4 9.78n +. iShares Latin AmericaILF and NETS FTSE/JSE Top 40 (South Africa)JNB all sank 31% to 36%.COM/ETF 4 Wk Net 2008 % Asset NAV % Chg Value Chg Chg Fund –31 Mont&CldGrN – 5 18.45 –26 Bal Cap –44 GlbThemeGr b – 5 43.49 –36 EngNatRes 0 16.65 –35 New Insight – 3 14.53 –37 Marsico Gr – 3 14.45n –.25n +..83n –.04 Columbia B $ 3.80n +.89 +.32 + 2 StrGovSec 0 8.30 +.48 +.11 + 1 Target 2025 – 3 56.3 bil x=ex-dividend or capital gains distribution.83 Columbia A $ 26.72 –.52 –34 US Opport $ 2.68n –.9 bil 800–221–5672 – 6 Intl Bond – 5 13.50 –34 NFJ Div Val – 3 10.72 –43 NFJ IntlVal – 6 14.84n –.4 bil 800–441–7762 $ 26..04 –. homebuilders.64 –50 MarsicoIntl –11 8.87 +. But they poured $4.83n –.01n –.04 –37 Large Cap Val – 2 14.31 –10 Cor Pl Fxd –32 Gr & Inc C – 3 21.69 -$3. solar energy and small cap indexes all tumbled to new 52-week lows.41n +. industrials.01 –47 Intl Equity – 8 9.04 $ 22.52%.80 –44 Europe r – 6 23.43n +.24n –.55n –.57 269.8 bil 800–522–7297 –41 Divers Intl r – 2 12. Portugal fell the most among countries with ETFs.47n –1.70 –.27n –1.09n –.17 + 6 IntTrsBdIdx r 0 10.com/ –30 Social Eq A – 3 26.78 –47 Brokrge&Inv r –10 34.62 – 4 IntermdBdII – 7 10.26 +.32 Davis Funds B $ 1. Fund company family names are –43 Intl Val Ins r – 6 9.75 –.45 –23 Glob Alloc –37 Large Cap Val – 2 14.73 +.80 –38 Mid Stk M Ariel Mutual Fds – 6 7.03 – 2 IntmMuniBd 0 9. 5-Yr After Tax Rtn=5 year after-tax return assuming an average ordinary – 3 CorFxInc – 1 7.70n –.66% year to date.06 –43 Convrt Secs – 4 15.12 –50 Growth Opp + 4 21.47 – 2 CT Muni Inc r + 1 10. –44 Independnc – 1 15.48 +. skidded 37.46n –.12 –47 Lev Co Stk – 7 19.08 –65 GrtrChina A –15 16.11n –1.02 –42 ForeignVal – 6 7.24 –44 PreciousMtl –23 34.01n –2.86n –.76 –.87 –1.year performance Month-End Results Heaviest declines felt by emerging market.60 –.01 –30 Special Val – 8 14.54n –.3 8n –.24 –14 Mkt Neut A – 1 10.90 –.6 bil 800–677–3863 – 9 Core Bond – 2 9.04 –.81 –45 Electronics r – 3 25.03 –45 Intl Stock – 7 25.08 –48 Natural Res – 3 20.60n –.99n –.20 619.53 –.50n –.92n +.54n –.87 –37 Lrg Cp Val r – 4 9.86n –.11n –.74 –41 IntlEqty I 0 10.71 –46 AllGlobRes m – 6 11. 00 E X P A N D E D F U N D L I S T I N G S A T WWW.14 –21 Equity Inc American Funds A –29 Equity Div – 1 14.05 + 4 Govt 1–3 Instl 0 10.51 +.49n +. August $6 September 0 September 4 -4 -8 2 -12 International Regional Emerging markets Income Sector Global Growth and income Aggressive growth *invest in stocks and bonds 0 Growth Stock funds Hybrid funds* Bond funds Source: Investment Company Institute MUTUAL FUNDS & ETFs EXCHANGE TRADED FUNDS Growth Funds Leading The Market Many ETFs Hit 52-Week Lows In Oct.74n +.2 bil 800–544–8888 –34 500 Idx Adv – 3 66. Its opposite.03 –22 NewMktsInc r – 8 10.03 – 8 Strat Inc – 3 6.59 –38 TxM US MkVl II – 3 10.40 –35 MrscoFocEq – 2 16.73n +.74 $ 416 mil 800–992–6757 $ 4.83 –47 Overseas – 6 25.00n –1.01 –29 Sm Cap Indx – 7 13.8 bil 800–345–6611 –37 Acorn – 4 16.76n –1.01n +.55n –.45n –3.11n –1.87n +.47n –.69 +.68n +.55 –43 IntlCoreEq – 4 7.50n –.48 –42 Giftrust – 4 18.71n +. They plummeted 30% to 42% in October.42 –.47 $ 999 mil 800–625–5759 –33 Income & Gr – 3 19.38 + 1 Govt Bond $ 12.51 AIM Funds Instl – 8 5.62 –3.33 –11 Income – 2 9.57n –.02 –29 Equity Div – 4 Muni Bond b 0 7.61n –.30 Bernstein Funds –49 Intl Growth – 6 10.70 –. –35 Global Eq I 0 9. A+.9 bil 800–526–0084 –30 Balanced – 3 11.33 –26 Mid Core Eq b – 6 17.58 –34 Chemicals r – 3 54.04 –35 S&P MidIndx – 7 18.97n –1.01 Fidelity Freedom $ 75.3 bil 800–292–7435 –35 LrgCoVal – 3 4.01 + 3 Income 0 10.20 –11 Mkt Opps – 5 10.. They pulled $73.01n –.57 –28 Inc Fd Am – 4 13.26n +.46% to a 16-month low of $65. Fund family assets as of 09/30/08.40n –.15n –1.02 + 3 Sh Trm Muni + 1 10.35 –19 StraRealRet r – 8 7.57 past3 yearsthat are beating the S&P 500 this year areshown graphically each dayon the firstMutual Fundspage.69 – 4 Infltn Adj – 3 10.6 bil 800–622–3863 $ 6.13n –.75n –.02 –42 OTC – 3 30.50n .88 –.69 +.28 –53 SoEast Asia r – 5 18.48 Am Beacon Inst –40 Capital Appr – 1 9.48 +.97n –.04 –21 EquityInc – 1 6.62 –35 LrgCoVal – 3 4.46 –21 Floating Rt – 9 7.22 –23 Glbl60/40 I 0 9.37 –36 2040 – 4 5.08 –.52n –1.73 – 4 Interm Bond – 1 12.07 – 2 9.54 –22 Glob Alloc – 5 12.65n –.06 – 5 LowDurBd – 4 Muni NY 0 9.65n –1.04 – 6 TotRet Bond – 1 8. PowerShares DB Gold Double Short ETNDZZ jumped 31.78 –42 Brandywine – 7 20.23 –24 2010 – 3 10.59 –41 Growth – 4 32.49 $ 1.30 –25 1ChoiceMod – 4 9.07n –.36n –.77n –.72n –.08 Fund tables list 4.55 – 8 Intm Inc A – 2 11.96 –45 Acorn Intl – 4 23.20n –.88n –.5 bil 866–777–8227 dividends and capital gains included.89 –46 Acorn Sel – 6 14.05 + 5 Govt Income 0 10.84 +.53n –. Wal-Mart suppliers and the SINdex.61 –41 EuroPac Gr – 5 29.10 $ 6.03 –35 Canada r – 6 39.64 +.05 –39 MidVal – 5 10.16 –.16 –34 AMCAP – 1 15.92n +.48 –45 Intl Stk – 5 9.54 –34 Equity Index – 3 17.07 –44 Intl Opport – 4 22.06 –42 LrgCapGrA – 2 20.533.75 – 8 Intmd Dur $ 32.98n +.76 .61 –37 Aurora b – 7 13.01 –14 StratInc – 6 7. It returned -25.37n –.76n +.81n –.02 –43 Blue – 2 26.59n –.3 billion outflow in September from $1.COM/MOREFUNDS 00 S E E M O R E E T F S C R E E N S A N D TOOLS AT INVESTORS.45 –33 US Small Cap – 6 12. and three Lehman-backed ETNs caught up in the firm’s bankruptcy hearings: Opta S&P Private Equity Notes ETN PPE.43n –.41n –.33 billion into ETFs.121.95 –47 China Rgn – 5 16.43 –.6 bil 800–992–3863 – 3 9.22 -1.79n +.3 4n +.11n –1.55 + 2 Sh Term Bd + 1 8.20n +.02 –64 Greatr India –13 12.3 bil 212–297–3600 –28 Sm Cp Value – 4 5.22 –48 Emg Mkts M – 7 10. according to TrimTabs Data Research estimates. 2008 – 1 Intrmd Bond 0 10. Ishares MSCI Emerging Markets EEM received the most assets.58n –.68n +.45 –34 US EqIdxAdv – 3 33.01 –35 GlbGr&Inc A – 3 7.94 –44 Gold r –22 22.54 +. C=Top 40%.73 –31 Wash Mutl – 3 22.99 –38 Equity Inc II – 4 14.38n –.26 Davis Funds C&Y $ 13.14 –12 Strategic Inc – 5 8.73 Fifth Third Inst $ 3.97 –53 Energy Svcs r –12 46.00 –31 Bal Wealth – 5 9.22 –54 Intl Disc – 9 19.39 – 2 MI Muni Inc + 1 11.33n –1.05 – 7 10. tracking the 20 largest and most liquid companies on the Portuguese market.89 –38 Equity Inc – 4 18.03 Federated Instl $ 13.04 811.04 –22 Glob Alloc – 4 16.72n –1.03 –50 Mid Cap A – 8 11. Top 2% of funds in % performance yesterday are boldfaced.22n –.27 +.04 –47 Emrg Mkts A – 6 10.05 billion.27 –32 EquityGrow – 3 16.investors.98n +.23 –11 CoreFxdInc – 4 9.0 – 3 418.01 Eaton Vance A $ 28. Fears of a global slowdown and a strengthening dollar triggered a selloff across all commodities.74n –1.26 –30 2020 – 4 10.29 – 4 Intrmd Muni I + 1 56.85 Fidelity Invest $ 556 bil 800–544–8888 –32 100 Index – 2 7.80 .6 bil 800–228–1872 – 5 Muni CA – 1 9.0 bil 800–621–1048 –29 AdvLifLngRg – 5 7.96n –.76 –42 MidCapGrOpp – 4 25. + 2 LtdTrmDiv 0 8.4 bil 800–527–3713 –41 Intl Equity – 4 13.24 –.01 –50 Mid Cap – 8 11.93n –1.07 – 4 9.44 –.16 –.47 –20 LongShortI – 1 14.0 bil 800–992–8151 –30 Equity Div – 2 13.92 –.14 1.09n –1..75 $ 5.86 – 4 InflPrtBd $ 5. m=multiple fees.06 –.63n –1.33 –35 TaxMg US Sm – 6 15.67 +.93 -159.COM Net new cash flow.02 – 2 Short Term Bd – 1 8.86n –.87 –47 GlobalThem – 5 15. B#=Top 30%.48n –.83n +.27 –39 New Econ – 2 14.84 –.02 –25 Small Cap – 3 19.49 –41 IntlSmEq – 2 10.30n –1.7 bil 800–343–2898 – 1 Adj Rate – 2 8.65 –34 UltSmCoMkt – 4 11.17 –1.S.02 –26 NFJSmlVal – 3 21.4 bil 800–492–8332 –38 Energy b + 3 27.57 .19n –.32 –38 2050 – 5 6.64 – 1 Sh Trm Bond – 1 9.0 bil 800–368–2745 –13 Income A – 4 13.15 – 5 Income – 1 11.26n –.37 CGM Funds $ 10.21 –16 Med Eq & Sys r – 8 20.93n –.04 –38 Small Cap –51 Intl Val – 7 10.76 –.02 –44 Intl Discov – 5 24.99n –.68 +.24n –1.42n –.04 Credit Suisse Common $ 1.61 . The next most likely to be eliminated are Elements Canadian Dollar CAD/USDCUD.17n –.39n –.85 –.01 – 4 Tax Fr Bond 0 9.09 – 4 13.87 –.32 –27 Puritan – 3 13.62n –.06 –37 Select + 1 33.65 –1.5 bil 800–245–5051 –32 Amer Ldrs – 3 11..37 –41 Divers Intl – 2 12.73n –1.65 $ 3.28 billion.27 –42 Gr & Inc – 6 2.17n –.81 –3.42 –20 High Income – 7 6. alcohol and tobacco stocks.60n –.68n –1.02 $ 6.91n +.43n –.98 –35 New Insight – 3 13.34 –.92 Berwyn Funds + 4 Ginnie Mae + 1 10.22 –44 Vista – 4 15.26n +.55n –.39 –1. November5.45 –35 New Insight – 3 14.11n –2. The outflow was less than 1% of assets.89 +.15n –5.24n –.01 AdvisorOne Funds $ 16..33 –.06 + 6 US Trea Idx + 1 11. Bear Stearns Current YieldYYY.03 – 3 NY Muni Inc + 1 11.41n –1.23n –.10n –.04 income tax rate of 35% on dividends and a 15% long-term capital gains tax rate.45n –.77 –.02 –14 StrHiYdTax – 4 10.36n –1.23n –. C#=Top 45%.64 –35 NY Venture – 2 25.97 –.55 – 3 11..96n –.17n –.01 + 1 GovUltSh Sv – 1 9.60 Columbia Z $ 72.5 bil 800–554–1156 –46 Dynamic Div – 5 5.01n –.56 –25 Small Cap Val – 9 10.11n .47 $ 2.65 –.80 – 6 Natl LtdMuni 0 9.51n –.97n –1.65 $ 543 mil 617–236–7274 –25 Lfpth2020 I – 3 12.81 2.38n –.03 The list is composed of funds with a 36-Month Performance Rating of A+.76n –3.7 bil 800–441–7762 – 4 26.95n –. C+=Top 35%.79 +.5 bil 800–279–0279 –36 NY Venture – 2 24.47% and iShares Financial Select Sector SPDRXLF fell 21.60 –41 Equity Grow – 5 40.81 +.40n +.85n .18 –. A=Top –39 OpportInstl – 4 11.39n +.26n –. PowerShares DB Crude Oil Double Long ETNDXO..03 –41 Intl Growth – 5 19.72 –22 Hi Inc Bond – 8 5.39 – 8 Intmd Bond – 2 7.03 –39 Kaufmann K – 2 3.26 –35 NY Venture Y – 2 26.35 –1. iShares MSCI ThailandTHD.92 + 3 US Gov Sec + 1 Bond M 0 12.51 – 4 MA Muni Inc 0 10.66n –.3 bil 888–888–0025 –34 Focus Inv r 0 36.97 + 3 Fed Secs 0 10.33 Amer Cent Instl –43 Intl Val – 4 16.02 Federated B $ 2.03 +.03 –11 Income –11 6.52 –12 Strat Inc – 5 9.50 –67 Intl RealEst –12 12.94 $ 1.02n –.04 –.4 bil 800–388–3344 $ 3.04 –. which go up when their indexes go down.53 –34 Gold A –20 15.80n +. stock funds.08 –47 Intl – 6 37.69 –. 59 at September’s end.92n –1.80 –47 Lev Co Stk – 7 20.58 –33 TxMgdUSEq – 3 10.89 –46 Acorn Sel – 6 15.14 –46 IntlSmCap – 5 12.22n –1. – 1 Tax Free + 1 10.04 – 5 31.37 –32 Inv Co Am –33 SocRespbl – 2 8.73 – 2 Sh Fxd Inc – 1 8. –38 LgCapGr – 4 9.20 –42 KaufSmlCap – 2 14.72 –37 Fidelity Fund – 3 24.91n –.47 –.36n +.59 –35 Growth –25 HiIncome b – 8 6.54n –1.8 bil 800–441–7762 – 2 13. D+=Top 50%.68 + 2 Sh Trm Muni + 1 10.77 –39 Mid Val r – 5 9.98 –41 GrDiscovery – 5 9.53 Causeway Funds D=Top 60%.29 –.17 + 4 Intrm Govt 0 11.72 –.44 +.10 –33 HiInc Advt – 8 6.71n –.49n –.86n –.07n –5..0 bil 212–495–1784 –46 Euro Grwth m – 8 23.71 –. all other mutual funds.51n +.29 –. –39 OpportInv – 4 11.38 –31 2025 – 4 8.05 –39 IntlEqIII Allianz Instl Brandywine Fds $ 3.40 Fidelity Adv I $ 22.02 –44 Val&Restrc – 5 31.21n –1.05 – 5 Tax ExBdAm – 1 11. Growth funds swung to $10.96 a barrel in October — its steepest decline in 26 years — as U.38n –.18n –.98 –59 Emrg Mkts – 7 13.18 +.93n –.63n +.01 + 1 GovUltSh – 1 9.07 –33 HiInc Advt – 8 6. % $ 2.02 + 5 USGovt 0 8.36n +.01 36-Month Performance Rating of B or better.11 –43 Large Cap – 3 11.65 –45 New World – 7 32.52n +.70 –28 Equity Inc – 1 14.36n –. iShares MSCI MexicoEWW.37 –26 High Income r – 9 3.33n –2. according to Morningstar.13 – 3 US Govt – 1 9.54 –.86 –37 New Pers 0 11.31n +.211.1 bil 800–526–0084 –41 Div Growth – 4 7.38n –.03 0 HI Tax Free A + 1 10.64 + 4 IncomeGNMA 0 14.05 Amer Cent A – 2 19.83 Dreyfus Premier $ 12.14 –.06 +.90 – 9 Strat Inc – 4 5.08 –.11n –2. The ETF returned -20.86 +.03 – 3 TotRtnBd Svc – 2 9. All other funds can be found at www.02 –37 Fundmntl – 4 26.03 + 5 Tot Ret Gov 0 11.65 – 1 MAIntMuniM + 1 12.09 + 5 Int Gov Inc 0 10..01 –35 MidIndex – 7 15. $ 17.85 –34 US EqIdxInv – 3 33.05 –37 Growth & Inc – 3 13.58 –42 Equity Gr – 5 37.49 –33 LrgCapCore – 3 10.43 –.42 –.62 –41 Overseas – 5 14.69n –.44 –.01 –24 Core Bond – 5 7.96n –1.02 –42 Intl Eqty – 6 6.78 –43 TxM Intl Val – 6 10..39 –34 NFJ Div Val – 3 10.05n –1.52 –52 Intl Val – 5 13.250.68n +.38 –42 IntlEqty A – 2 9.03 $ 3.96 – 2 Bond – 1 8.58% in October and -48.71 –36 MegaCpStk – 3 7.03 –46 Magellan – 3 49.94 Dupree Mutual $ 936 mil 800–866–0614 – 2 KY Tax Fr Inc + 1 7.00n –.52 –34 US Cor Eq 1 – 4 7.02 –48 InterCont – 7 34.05 First Invstrs A $ 4.91 –51 Intl Disc – 1 14.

05 Hirtle Callaghan $ 4.4 bil 800–225–1852 –36 20/20 Focus – 1 10.48n –.78 +.66n –.50 –27 Apprec B – 1 10.16 +.38 –43 LgCapVal A – 2 11.12n +.2 bil 800–292–9293 –48 ChinaWrld – 6 22.34 –34 Shares – 4 16.29n +. 1.6% JAN 08 3.03 –49 EmrgMktsEq – 5 12.9% 3.46 –30 LifestylBal – 4 9.43 –50 SpecialInv – 4 16.01 0 Govt Income – 1 14.34n –1.46 –19 Invstr Bal – 2 9.30n .42 +.03n +.7 bil 800–242–0134 – 5 Income – 2 10.4 bil 800–480–4111 –27 Inv Gr&Inc – 3 10.79 –.01 – 5 Global Inc – 1 12.91 –18 Crescent I – 5 20.90n –.11 – 2 Tax Fr Bond + 1 11.94 –1.00n +.08 J Hancock A $ 11.38 –.3 bil 694 mil 136 mil 513 mil PIMCO Instl Total Ret II PIMCO Instl Total Retrn DFA Investment 1 Yr Fixed Inc Allegiant I Ltd Mat Bd Am Beacon Inst Sh Term Bd " " " " " 3 1 3 2 2 A" A" A" A" A" 2.10 –26 Mid Val Inst – 3 16.8 bil 800–762–5035 –38 Gr Strat – 5 8.78n –1.33 +.14 Hotchkis & Wiley $ 5.51 –38 Small Co – 9 13.5 bil 800–448–3863 –37 Beacon – 6 9.70 –.51n +.04 –35 Growth – 4 11...66 –31 Grwth – 2 30.01 –47 Intl Equity – 4 9.75n –1.66 +.25n –1.9 bil 800–992–0180 .4% 4.40n –1.97 JP Morgan A $ 13.31n –.64n .49 –27 AssetStr C – 3 20..47n –1.01 Hartford Y $ 6.5% MAR 08 4 Wk Net 2008 % Asset NAV % Chg Value Chg Chg Fund + 4 Government x + 1 10.45n –.48 –. –35 Mid Cap Val – 6 23.60 0 StraTotRet – 5 11.38 +. no quote –26 Inv Gr&Inc – 3 10.2 bil 800–480–4111 0 Core Bond – 1 10.24n –.28 –30 Div & Growth – 2 14.01 Frank/Tmp Fr A $ 115 bil 800–342–5236 + 3 Adj US Gov 0 8. no quote –40 Intl Core Eq – 3 23.6% DEC 07 3.95 –.09n +.18n –.89 –.35 ING Fds T.49 – 5 CA Muni A 0 15.30n –1.16n –.32 –13 HiYldTxFr – 4 8.3 bil 800–480–4111 0 IntmTxFrBd + 1 10.07 –44 Utility + 1 7.83 –.54n +.24n –1.05 Henderson Glb Fds $ 3.78 –34 TxAwr Disc Eq – 3 12.02 Homestead $ 967 mil 800–258–3030 – 3 Sh Term Bond 0 4.02 –36 Bal Sheet – 7 37.19 –.01 24.88n –2. 2008 4 Wk Net 2008 % Asset NAV % Chg Value Chg Chg Fund –24 US Qual Eq – 3 16. –38 GrwthEquity – 4 12.34 –34 Shares A – 4 16.88 –40 Global Tech – 5 9.91 –24 Large Cap b – 1 11.04 – 3 Muni Inc 0 9.39 – 5 VA Tax Fr 0 10..92 –37 ValueInv – 3 26.56n –1. no quote .06 – 6 CorePlusBd – 2 6.90 +.98 +.4 bil 135 mil 237 mil State Frm Asc Balanced James Adv JamGolBalA Janus Balanced Berwyn Income Janus Balanced # # # # # 18 12 17 11 17 A A A# A# A# 1..45 +.. no quote –42 Growth – 5 14.3 bil 80.57n –.4 bil 800–451–2010 –41 Agg Gr B – 3 60.16n +.42 Janus Adv S $ 5.73 –.54 –40 Foreign – 3 10.51n –1.30 –57 GlbNatResY – 2 16.45 –35 Mid Cap Val – 6 22.54 –31 Div & Gr – 2 15.28 –41 CapAppr II b – 4 8.04 –42 Intl Equity – 5 10.71 + 3 GNMA Inc + 1 8.02n –.40 –21 Hi Yld Muni –10 7.82n –.01 –38 Janus – 4 19.59n –.05 –34 Gr & Inc b – 4 10.9% 3.49 –26 AssetStr Y – 3 20.15 –14 StratFixInc – 8 20.44n +.59 –41 MainstyIntI – 5 22.27 Janus $ 73.0% 3.25n +.50 –27 AssetStr B – 3 19.33n –.67n –.74 –.90 –39 Mid Cap Gr – 7 22.7% 3.70 +.43 –.02 –16 FltRateDly – 7 7.34n –.05 +.61n –.5 bil 800–823–6300 –46 Emerg Mkts – 8 12.4 bil 800–242–0134 – 4 Income – 2 8.47n +..21 10.39 –.92n –.41 –28 Balanc All b – 4 8.5 bil 800–762–5035 –38 Capital Gr – 6 15.03 10.51 –45 IntlMktMsSel – 5 12..64 –1.33 . Stock Fund Cash Position High (11/01) 5.28 –.86 .18 –.62n –.98n +.71n –. FundX Up p .85 – 6 Natl Muni 0 13.56 Gabelli AAA $ 4.78 –12 Core Fxd Inc – 4 8.71n –.18n –.50 Forum Funds APR MAY JUN JUL AUG SEP 08 08 08 08 08 08 4. NOVEMBER 6.MUTUAL FUND PERFORMANCE INVESTOR'S BUSINESS DAILY 2008 % Chg Fund Top Balanced/Asset Alloc.02 0 NYTaxFrBnd + 1 6.80n –.01 .26 –34 LifestylGr – 4 9.3 bil 417 mil 161 mil Price Spectrum Inc USAA Income Vanguard Wellesley Inc Vanguard Life Income Grnsprng # # # # # 11 6 13 12 15 A# A# A# B" B" 5 bil 1.64n –1.30n +.64 –34 Stock Idx Z – 3 21.29n –.46 –.15 –22 Float Rate x –10 7.68 Harding Lvnr $ 1.2 bil 800–930–3828 –47 Paradigm – 2 16.80n –.55 –43 Cap Apprec – 3 27..93 –.33n –.66 –43 LgCapVal I – 2 11..73n –.39n +.05 –39 Forty – 3 24.0% 4.9 bil 888–843–7824 –30 Advisers – 3 14.98 –17 Sml Val Inst + 1 18.88 GE Elfun S&S $ 10.26 + 4 US Govt Secs + 1 6.62 –.35 +.72n –.16n +.4% APR 07 MAY 07 JUN 07 JUL 07 AUG 07 SEP 07 2008 % Chg Fund 3.34n –.37 –25 Discovery – 1 23.25 –43 Cap Apprec b – 4 23.03 –33 Mid Cap Val – 5 16.24 Glenmede Funds $ 1.82 +.14 +..25n –.41 –45 Intl Growth – 2 35.3% 4.9% 3.69n –.60 Heritage Funds $ 2.38 +.79 –1.09 Janus Adv A $ 1.02n –.21 ICON Funds $ 2.75 + 1 Enhanced Inc + 1 9.22 –42 WorldwideGr – 5 20.02 +.03 –36 Lrg Cap Eq – 2 18.71n +.72 –43 Intl Value – 4 10.45 –40 Intl Core Eq – 3 23.30 –.3 bil 800–487–7626 – 4 Strat Gr – 2 14.85 –1.91n –1. EmrgMktOpp .56 –.48 –.72n –.77 –42 Intl Sm Cos – 2 5.99n –.03 –30 US Glb LdGr – 6 20.06 + 4 US Gov Sec + 1 6.43 –49 Overseas – 3 27.79 .9% 3.67n –1.03 + 3 US Govt Secs + 1 6.88n –.38n –.02 –33 Mid Cap Gr – 3 17.85 –.31n –.39n +.44 –40 Intl Cor Eq – 3 23.15 –37 Intl Gro Eq – 2 17.97n –.29n –.24n –.8 bil 800–225–5291 –40 LifestylAgg – 5 9.70n –.53n –1.28 GoldmnSachs In $ 17.59 –.43 –.46 –2.5% FEB 08 4.05 –39 High Yield – 5 2.56 –40 Aggr Gr I – 3 73. Glob Bond .91 –.09 –53 Emerg Mkts – 5 8.28 –33 Growth & Inc – 2 17.65 Legg Mason Partners $ 36.9 bil 800–422–3554 – 5 ABC Fund + 1 9.02 9.65 –46 Orion – 7 7.88 +.53 .04 +.43 –..02 11.74n –.52 –.55 –43 Cap Apprec – 3 27.4 bil 296 mil Vanguard TargRetInc PIMCO Instl AllAsstAuth Amer Cent Inv 1ChoiceCon RiverSource A PrtBdrCsrv Amer Cent Inv StrAlloCon # # # # # 13 10 16 11 16 B" B" B" B" B" 2.30n +.56n –.02 –25 Sm Val – 7 26.4 bil 888–933–5391 –36 SmlCapValA – 5 17.62n –.72 –.58n –1..69 –37 Intrpd Amer – 4 17.29 –1.52 +.37 –.20 + 3 Govt Bond – 1 10.93 –39 Intl Intrn Val – 2 18.16 +.29n –. 26.02 + 2 Sh Dur Bd 0 10.51n –1.89 –34 EquityIndex – 3 21.08 –34 CapAppr Inv – 4 24.37 –.58 –.03 Frank/Tmp Mutual A&B $ 19.97n –1.23n +.01 –53 Emerg Mkts – 4 12.23 –42 Intl Inv – 4 41.13 .6% OCT 07 3.55 –.04 – 5 Income – 2 10.42 +.50 – 2 Ins Tax Ex x + 1 9.32 21.21 –32 SmVal Instl – 6 13..99n –..51n +.22 –49 Intl Gr I –10 8.70 Jennison Dryden A $ 14.71n –.62 –42 Intl Opp C – 1 14.57n –.Q&I $ 2.01 –34 Equity Inc – 3 12.12 –44 Foreign – 7 6.70 –40 Growth & Inc – 4 21..10 –42 Growth C – 5 13.01 –33 Value – 3 23.61 0 Govt Inc – 1 8.87 0 Flex Bond 0 9.33 –41 Glbl Opport – 5 13.33 JP Morgan Instl A7 4 Wk Net % Asset NAV Chg Value Chg $ 6.80 –.41 +.54n –1.68n –.04n +.69 –1.51 –57 GlbNatResA – 2 16.05 Hartford B $ 3.43 –42 Intl Instl – 4 41.4 bil 800–421–4184 –36 MidCapStkA – 5 18.41 –32 USLgCorPls – 1 14.04 –.33 –34 SmValEqInv – 7 9.07 +.84 –52 Value Instl – 8 32.71n –.17 –.12 FPA Funds $ 5.66 –26 Mid Val Inv – 3 16.27n +.70 –39 Enterprise – 7 35.44 –24 US Qual Eq – 3 16.50 +.88 .69n –1.6 bil 800–342–5236 – 7 CA Tax Fr – 1 6.54 –34 Shares – 4 16.3% Low (12/06) 3.68 + 2 Govt Income 0 8.36 – 1 UltShDurGv – 1 8.55 –23 Qualified A – 1 16.14 – 7 Double Tx Fr – 1 10.96n –1.02 9.77 +.54 –40 Foreign – 3 10.6 bil 800–480–4111 + 1 Core Bond 0 10.57 Frank/Tmp TpAd $ 9.43n –.8 bil 800–982–4372 –28 Capital – 9 26.38 –45 Contrarian – 9 10.55 –38 Small Co Z – 9 13.57 Jennison Dryden Z&I $ 3.02 + 5 Sh Dur Govt + 1 10.18 –15 LSConserv – 3 10.01 4 Wk Net 2008 % Asset NAV % Chg Value Chg Chg Fund – 6 AZTaxFrInc 0 9.35n –. –17 Sml Val Inv + 1 18. –38 Twenty – 3 45.73 GoldmnSachs A $ 21.46n –.45n +.15 +.58n –1.70n –1.02 ING Partners $ 1.01 –13 HiYldTxFr –30 Income – 6 Ins Tax Fr + 4 LtdMatGovt – 4 MI InsTxFr – 3 MN Ins Tax Fr – 5 MO Tax Fr –45 Nat Resrces – 6 NC Tax Fr – 5 NJ Tax Fr – 2 NY IntTaxFr – 3 NY Tax Fr – 4 OH InsTaxFr – 4 OR Tax Fr – 6 PA Tax Fr – 5 Real Rtrn –27 Rising Divs –31 SmlCapVal –38 SmMdCapGr –12 Strat Inc 4 Wk Net 2008 % Asset NAV % Chg Value Chg Chg Fund –4 –2 +1 0 +1 +1 +1 –2 0 –1 +1 +1 +1 0 0 –4 –3 –9 –4 –3 8.05n +.4 bil 800–992–0180 –24 Corp Ldrs – 2 17.04n –.35 –33 Real Est I –18 9.05 0 US Gov Sec – 1 10.03 –34 Lrg Val – 1 9.96 –39 GlbRealEst – 9 12.10 –53 Emerg Mkts – 5 8.94 –.67n –1.80 –.35 –40 Value – 3 11.8 bil 888–843–7824 –43 Cap Apprec m – 4 20.83 –1.27 –.42 –43 StrucIntlEq – 4 8.51 –38 Blend A – 4 11.66 Frank/Tmp Tp A $ 41.33n –.6 bil 800–525–3713 –39 Forty – 3 25.22 –.79 – 9 TotlRetnBd – 2 10.44 GMO Trust III $ 15.33 +.71 Legg Mason $ 14.58 – 3 Tax Exempt 0 10.25 +.4% 4 Wk Net % Asset NAV Chg Value Chg $ 3.37n –.03 –53 Emerg Mkts – 5 8.69 –44 Grwth Opps – 5 17.1 bil 523 mil 273 mil 146 mil 229 mil Price US Bond Idx Payden Funds Short Bond Am Beacon Inst Intermd Bond Osterweis Capital Strat Inc Dreyfus Bd Mkt Inv 0 0 0 # 4 0 A" A" A" A" A" 302 366 157 190 426 Mutual Fund Hussman Funds StraTotRet Oakmark I Equity & Inc Wilmington MltMgRlAstI Manning & Napier ProBlndConS J Hancock A Balanced 2008 % Chg Fund U.00n –..62 Hussman Funds $ 4.72n –.57 –.2 bil 800–422–1050 + 1 Bond Instl + 2 11.7 bil 800–525–3713 –39 Forty – 3 25.18 +.79n –1.33 –10 Bond – 3 12.93 –.80 –.08n –.61 – 6 Tot Ret Bd – 2 11.48 – 2 LowDurBond 0 12.65 +.47 –35 Struc LgVal – 3 8.15 +.59n .04 –38 SmMidCapGr – 4 22.05 –32 S&S Program – 5 30.40 –42 World Wide – 5 31.49n –.02 GuideStone G4 $ 8.07n +.49n –.01 –21 Mod Trgt A – 2 10.37 –.04 + 6 Sh Dur Govt + 1 10.11 –42 Growth – 5 14.78n –2.02n +.82 –24 High Yield – 9 5.75 –.03 –29 SmallCapEq – 6 22.95n –.76 –38 Small Co – 5 11.47 FMI Funds $ 2.55n –.03 –12 Strategic Inc – 3 8..05 Kinetics Funds $ 2.2 bil 800–764–0442 –33 Energy – 2 22.65n +.01 11.19 Gamco AAA $ 1.29 –.44 –.74 –25 Income – 2 2.65 JP Morgan Selct $ 40.07 –36 Asset – 4 31.47 –.58 Janus Aspn Inst $ 4.0 bil 800–981–8917 .39 4 Wk Net 2008 % Asset NAV % Chg Value Chg Chg Fund –25 Discovery – 1 24.01n –1.02 – 4 CA IntTxFr – 1 10.18n –.43n +.9 bil 800–433–6884 – 2 Bond Fid 0 10.72 GMO Trust VI $ 20.1 bil 800–354–9191 –51 Dvlp Mkts – 8 14.08 –41 AggressGr A – 3 69.60n –.17n –.24 +. Value Equity .25 –.41 +.16n –1.2 bil 174 mil 185 mil 402 mil Wilmington ShIntmBdIns Amer Indepen ShTrmBdI BNY Mellon Bond M Mainstay I Indexed Bd MTB Funds IntmTrmBd I " 1 0 " 1 " 1 " 1 A" A" A" A" A" 154 mil 177 mil 1.80n +.70 –29 Sm Cap Gr – 4 22.04 Hartford HLS IB $ 7.72 –44 IntrepidInt – 5 13.29n –1.72 –25 MutualDiscR – 1 23.02 –.M.05 0 US Gov Sec – 1 10.59 –27 GlobLifeSci – 4 17. –29 Income – 2 1.05 ICAP Funds $ 3.1 bil 800–480–4111 –56 AsiaEq – 9 17.43 –21 High Inc – 5 1.33 –51 Gold & Prec –23 17.43n –.5 bil 223 mil 31.42n –.90 –52 Value Tr – 8 27.84 –1.44 –50 Venture – 8 29.07 + 2 Glob Bond 0 11.49 –39 Struc Lg Gr – 4 9.62 –10 Strat Inc – 4 5.68n –1.2 bil 482 mil 505 mil 244 mil 2.32 –1.14n –3.28n –.30 –38 Lrg Cp Grow – 5 16.27 –1.63n –.55 –32 Equity Inc – 4 14.59 –27 Apprec A – 1 10.43 –.60 Harbor Funds $ 38.02 –33 Flx Cap Gr – 4 32.11n –1.03 11.57n –.40 +.77 –44 Intl Equity – 4 10..05n –.40 –32 Gr&Inc Strat – 4 8.35 Gateway Funds $ 3.4 bil 800–432–7856 –14 ValPlusInv – 4 19.95 –.03 0 Intermd Bd 0 10.66 –.64 Frank/Tmp Mutual Z $ 21.8 bil 800–525–3713 –18 Balanced – 2 22.45 –58 Opport Pri –14 6.04 Hartford L $ 868 mil 888–843–7824 –43 Grwth Opps b – 5 18.60n +.4 bil 617–330–7500 –53 Emerg Mkts – 5 8.11n +.05n –.60n –.98 – 4 Infl Plus x – 3 10.59n –1.94n –.39 –..84n +.82n –1.79n –.8 bil Ridgeworth InvGrdBd I Amer Cent Inv Divers Bd Nationwide Funds Ins Enhance Inc Janus Short Term Bd Alpine Funds UShTxOptInc " " " " 0 2 2 2 3 A" A" A" A" A" 381 580 166 199 227 Gamco AAA WestwoodBal Janus Aspn Inst Balanced Boston Bal Nationwide Funds Ser InvDestCon Waddell&Rd Adv Contl Inc A # # # # # 19 18 18 8 20 A# A# A# A# A# 138 mil 1.93 –39 Intl Intrn Val – 2 18.74 –27 Eqty Inc b 0 10.91n –1.03 Keeley Funds $ 6.. –29 Gr Allo + 1 10..92n .1% 4.42 –33 Mid Cap – 5 16. SmCapEqty .00 ING Fds A $ 6.44 –28 Checks&Bal b – 2 7.56 –23 Qualified – 1 16.77 +.83n –.06 –35 ValueEquity – 2 10.67 –.0 bil 888–221–4227 –36 MainstayEqI – 4 26.9 bil 800–525–3713 –17 Balanced – 1 20.51 –37 USDiscSel – 9 11.22n –1.8 bil 800–342–5236 –37 Beacon – 6 9.67 –1.37 –.65 –40 Stock – 4 28.45 0 Flexible Bd 0 11.52 +.0 bil 866–455–3863 .41n –.04 –43 Intl Eq Idx – 4 16.7 bil 617–330–7500 –33 Emerg Ctry Dt –17 6.16 –37 Intl Gro Eq – 2 17.37n –1.23 8.09 +.5 bil 888–843–7824 –31 Advisers b – 3 10.39 Frank/Tmp FrAd $ 8.8 bil 800–422–3554 –41 Growth – 4 21.11 –.62 –1.63 +.22n –2.44 –.01 Gabelli C $ 293 mil 800–422–3554 –23 Utilities + 1 6.14 J Hancock C $ 847 mil 800–225–5291 –36 Lrg Cap Eq – 2 16.75 .02 –39 World – 4 11.02 10.45 +. JPMrgIntlI .01 –25 Sm Val – 7 25.71n –2.80 –51 Global Grow – 8 10..02 –30 TrSmlEqCore – 6 26.70 Lazard Open $ 1.02n –2.73 +.92 –.57n –. Hartford HLS IA $ 36. no quote .10 –33 Mid Cap b – 5 14.4 bil 617–330–7500 – 8 Domestic Bd – 5 8.62 –.90 –16 Regionl Bnk + 3 17.70n –.02 – 7 FedTxFrIn 0 10.9 bil 800–943–6786 –11 AbsStrat – 3 9.7 bil 800–342–5236 mil mil mil mil mil mil mil mil mil mil 4 Wk Net % Asset NAV Chg Value Chg –29 Income – 2 1.99 –1.64n –.96 –.72 –.16 –.02 – 5 FL Tax Fr 0 10.51 –42 StrucIntlEq – 4 8.12 –42 Intl Opport – 4 8.35 GoldmnSachs C $ 1.3% 4.78 –1.70n –1.04 11.31 –.03 –20 High Yld Muni –10 7.02 Frank/Tmp Fr B $ 5.68n –. Govt Bond .65 Frank/Tmp Mutual C $ 5.01 –.8 bil 800–354–6339 –13 Gateway A – 1 24.5 bil 800–632–2301 –45 Foreign C – 7 6.02 10.54 –.45 –30 European – 1 17.44 GMO Trust II $ 997 mil 617–330–7500 –40 Foreign – 3 10.40n +.74 –.79n –.25 –. no quote – 1 Mult MktNtr 0 10.6% NOV 07 3..76n +.31n –.21n +.20 –44 Value – 8 9.90n –.1 bil 800–447–3332 –45 IntlMktMsInv – 5 12.03 11.52 .56 – 3 FedIntTxFr 0 10.S.1 bil 800–777–6472 –26 AssetStr A – 3 20.53 –.39 –31 Div & Gr – 2 15.05 Heartland Funds $ 2.55 –32 † ICM SmCo – 8 22.01 –.58 +.1 bil 888–843–7824 –43 Cap Apprec m – 4 20.03 Frank/Tmp Fr C $ 26.04 –38 Intl Value – 4 9.3 bil 1.01 –.65 –1.5 bil 888–843–7824 –30 Advisers – 3 14.41n .03 –28 Utilities + 1 10.44 THURSDAY.25 –31 Div & Gr b – 2 14.03 –51 NaturlRsrc – 6 29.82 –35 FoundAlloc – 3 8.45n –.03 + 4 TreasAgency 0 10.45n –.67n +.46 –.0 bil 800–292–9293 –37 Beacon A – 6 9.74 Frank/Tmp TpB/C $ 6.98n –.64 0 Core Bond – 1 10.39 –17 Balanced – 1 21.42 –.86n –.06 –34 Equity Idx – 3 21.8 bil 800–762–4848 –51 Emerg Mkts – 6 27.85 +.05n –1.93n –1.5 bil 800–822–5544 –58 OpporFinInt –14 6.61 –.11 –33 Emerg Ctry Dt –17 6.55 +.45 Franklin Temp $ 1.05 + 2 Sh Dur Bd 0 10.04 + 3 US Gov Sec + 1 6.79n .61 –1.03n –1.63 – 5 TxAwrRlRet 0 9.01 –. –30 US Core Eq – 2 9.15n –.30n –1.32 + 1 Global Bd C 0 11.75 –37 Value Opps – 1 10.23 –.50n +.13 .08 –52 Value Fncl – 8 31.66 –.44 –30 European A – 1 17.32 +.84 –36 Growth Opp – 6 14.46 0 IntmTxFrBd + 1 10.78n –.60 +.56 Lazard Instl $ 5.3 bil 800–442–8299 + 1 CoreFxdInc x 0 10. Growth Eq .62 – 9 TotlRetnBd – 2 10. no quote Hodges Fund $ 539 mil 866–811–0224 4 Wk Net 2008 % Asset NAV % Chg Value Chg Chg Fund –42 Hodges Fund + 1 15. no quote –39 PriceGrEq I – 5 34.7 bil 888–832–6774 –41 Intl Opp A – 1 15.45 –31 European – 1 17.45 –25 Discovery B – 1 23.2 bil 888–843–7824 –43 Cap Apprec – 4 24.28 –28 Sov Invstrs – 2 12.95n –1...43n –.02 First Src Mono $ 991 mil 800–766–8938 –30 IncEquity – 5 10.48 +.55 –21 Float Rate x –10 7.46 –..23 FundX Upgrader $ 1.2 bil 866–493–8637 –42 Core Val I – 1 6.08 4 Wk Net 2008 % Asset NAV % Chg Value Chg Chg Fund Hartford A $ 26.03 –36 FoundAlloc – 3 8.43 –57 GlbNatResC – 2 15.07 –.60 –30 US Core Eq – 2 9.1 bil 800–225–5291 –26 Balanced – 2 11.2 bil 800–811–5311 –29 Focus – 8 17.70 +.02 – 7 CA Tax Fr – 1 6.59n –.67 Laudus Rosenberg $ 4..14 Hartford C $ 7.62 –1.54 –19 HighYield – 7 4.49n –..53 –24 US Qual Eq – 3 16. – 7 MedDurBond – 1 12.61 –.49n –.37 –1.87n –1.47 –27 Stratgc Inv – 4 9.97 –34 Index – 3 20.45n –.83 James Adv Funds $ 482 mil 800–995–2637 4 Wk Net 2008 % Asset NAV % Chg Value Chg Chg Fund –12 JamGolBalA – 1 16.03 – 6 FedTxFrInc 0 10.02 –36 Intrepid Gr – 4 15.06 –19 High Yield – 6 6.34 + 3 New Income 0 10.12n +.6 bil 800–262–0511 –35 Aggr Allo + 2 10.46n +.01 + 2 Sh Dur Tax Fr 0 10.04 –.34 –31 Inv Growth – 3 10.56 –1.01 –.8 bil 800–823–6300 –46 Emerg Mkts – 8 12.03 –27 Utilities + 1 10.06 –42 Intl Admin – 4 41.6 bil 3..51n –2.81 –44 Foreign – 7 6.45 +.75n –.03 –31 Trusts – 8 33.28 +.07 –32 US Equity – 2 7.67 –1.02 23.97 +.23 27.07 –44 ClassicVal – 3 12.66 –40 MidCapVal I – 2 12.66 –12 CA HighYld – 4 8.77 GMO Trust V $ 1.85n –.72 GMO Trust IV $ 14.38n .39n –.80n –.98 –18 High Yield – 6 7.64 – 7 TotlRetnBd x – 2 9.2 bil 617–330–7500 –15 CorePlusBd – 9 7.06 + 2 Mrtge Back – 1 10.66 +.4 bil 800–342–5236 –30 Income – 2 1.78 –.01 –35 Growth Opp – 6 15. Funds Top Corporate Bond Funds Last 36 Months (All Total Returns) Last 36 Months (All Total Returns) Performance % Change Rating $ Net In 2008 36 Mos Assets Mutual Fund Performance % Change Rating $ Net In 2008 36 Mos Assets # # # # 0 14 16 7 26 A" A A A A 438 mil 13.09n +.44n +.83 –.29n –1.66n –1.67 –1.37 –22 LifestylMod – 3 10.8 bil 298 mil Ridgeworth TotRetBondI Vanguard Instl Totl Bd Idx GoldmnSachs In Enhanced Inc Vanguard Index Tot Bd Mrkt PIMCO Instl Low Dur 2 " 1 0 " 1 0 0 A" A" A" A" A" 572 mil 7.17 –24 † JensenPtfJ – 4 21. –43 Grow Oppor b – 6 18.05n –.39 –25 Discovery A – 1 23.03 10.8 bil 800–225–1852 –35 Growth Z – 4 12. –24 High Yield – 9 5.82n –.43 —J—K—L— J Hancock 1 $ 21.51 –.91 HighMark Funds $ 1.62 +.01 –35 MnstySelEqI – 3 24.98n –1.20n –1.9 bil 7.38 –43 CapApprecI – 4 23.02 10.43n –. —G—H—I— Gabelli A $ 769 mil 800–422–3554 –23 Utilities + 1 6.60 –46 Glbl Sm Co – 8 4.54n –.04 –1.14 –33 Wintergrn 0 9.05n –1.62n –.21n –.78 –38 Growth Strat – 5 8.97 +.77 JP Morgan B $ 2.37 –48 Intl Growth – 2 28. –22 Bal Allo 0 10.92 –41 Agress Gr C – 3 61.68n –1.67 –.04 4 Wk Net 2008 % Asset NAV % Chg Value Chg Chg Fund – 8 Totl Retrn – 2 8..25n –.08n –. Mid Cap Val .66 Ivy Funds $ 25.56 –37 Discp Eq – 5 8.30 –42 Research – 5 18.05 –31 Gr&Inc Strat – 4 8.47 –2.41 –.01 +10 HighStatMk + 2 16.41 +.60 Hansberger $ 932 mil 800–414–6927 –48 IntlGrowthI – 5 10.19 .43 +.69n –.57n –.79 +.55 GE Instl Funds $ 4.29n –.19 +..10n –.21 –33 Mid Cap Val – 5 16.14 –39 TxMg Intl Eq – 3 11.3 bil 800–292–9293 – 3 Hard Curncy – 2 9.04 –41 Fundment Eq – 6 15.57n –.3 bil 800–762–5035 –12 Core Fixed Inc – 4 8.14 –.42n –1.07 –34 CapAppr Ins – 4 24.96n .01 –33 Cap Growth – 4 8.68n –.08 –.63n –.81 JP Morgan Ultra $ 2.53 –1.44 –48 ChinaWrld – 6 22.76 – 6 TotlRetnBd x – 1 9.06n –.1 bil 800–992–0180 –38 Intl Val I – 4 9.01 – 6 CA InsTxFr 0 11.04 – 8 Intermd Bd – 2 9.11 –33 Conv Secs – 4 9.

67n –.05 PCY 7.02 – 3 LT US Govt – 4 10.21 217 -2.06 –38 USCoreEqty – 4 20.89 –34 TotStkIdxSel – 3 16.00 Loomis Syls $ 28.30.59 . 33.33n +.4 IGF 2.1 29 E 61.7 11.73 Quant Funds $ 1.06 –34 Equity Index – 3 25.25 -2 -31.9 45.50 Principal Funds $ 52.61 –45 Mid Cap Gr –10 5.0 53.15n –.01 –45 DevelopMkts – 4 26. Lord Abbett I $ 3..6 45.83 New Covenant $ 1..87 –35 ComStrTotRt –22 4.63 –.0 IS DJ US Home Const -38.5 VG Mid-Cap Growth -44.9 Spdr S&P Homebuldrs -37.9 PS Mena Frntier PMNA .46 – 4 Ltd Maturity – 2 5.03n –.88 –.3 38 C+ 38.46 33.90n –.73 -48 0.96 -46 2..08 0 Short Term 0 9.1 IS MSCI Belgium EWK 17 -63.07 -1. + 4 GNMA Trust + 1 9. –13 Hlth Science 0 45.04n –.4 IS S&P GSTI Network -40..62n –.02 —V—W—X— VALIC Company $ 851 mil 800–448–2542 –42 IntlEq – 4 6.49 –30 MTGrwth – 3 13.24 Morgan Stan B $ 5.82 –32 Sm Cap Inv – 6 13.86 -4.0 PS DB Base Metal -41.11n –.71 51 -1.1 24.2 bil 800–789–2742 –52 China – 9 18.46 -59 -2.7 UWM 0.3 64 D.6 64 D 17.07 –17 Emrg Mkt Bd – 5 8. –30 Equity Inc – 3 11.38n +.87 -26 -7. MoneyMkt .84 -36.4 34.42n –.65 -55 -3.7 IS MSCI Netherlands EWN 9.80 -23 1.38 -2.27n –.0 49.40 – 5 Tax Ex Intmd – 1 11.51 -2.20 -3.9 99 D+ 206.85 -72 -39.5 IS Russell Mdcp Indx IWR 2.0 ProS Ultsht 7-10 Yr -43.5 52 C 56.09 –.28 -2.90 –.7 IXN 1.69 .6 80 C+ 100.25.3 IS MSCI Mexico EWW 3.46 –.18n –.3 NV Eqty Prem Opp JSN14.27 –.8 IS MSCI South Korea .70 AGG 4. 72 B 27.01 –43 Intl Eqty – 3 10.8 51.86n –.20 –30 Oakmark – 5 28.12 -91 -5.3 43 E 64.66 –34 Stock Index – 3 11.25 TBT 1.05 + 4 US Treas LT – 2 12.5 VG FTSE World X-US VEU 1.08 17.3 62 B.95 -0.13 –44 OverseasStk – 5 6.97 –40 GrowthStk R – 5 20.66n –..09 –61 New Asia – 8 8.93 – 9 IntlBond – 5 5.7 IS MSCI Belgium 25.0 bil 800–426–0107 –36 Commod RR –17 9.28n –.64 -21 -3. –30 Sml Co Idx – 7 4.32 10.28 –.92 -2.56n +..26n –.4 -78.49 13.58n +.3 99 B. Oppenheimer Y $ 12.88 –20 EmergMktBd – 7 10.25 Rydex Dynamic $ 833 mil 800–820–0888 +75 InvS&P52xH – 9 50.6 31..9 MV Gold Miners 4 Wk Net 2008 % Asset NAV % Chg Value Chg Chg Fund PIMCO Admin $ 31.03 4 Wk Net 2008 % Asset NAV % Chg Value Chg Chg Fund Managers Funds $ 7.49 -2. –10 Ltd Muni – 3 13.2 37.64 –10 Strat Inc – 5 8.1 20.08 –33 Soc Respons – 3 17.87n –.29n –.34 .49 – 2 ShTrmBd I 0 9.6 bil 800–624–6782 –21 Hi Yld Cp – 8 4.2 90 B.8 43.6 ProS Ultsht Utilities 46.7 bil 800–888–2461 –27 MidCapVal A – 3 22.50 –38 MicroCap I – 8 9.5 VG Cnsmr Discretnry -39.00 11.67.01 –41 TNGlobalEq – 3 5.20 -59 -6.174.58 –32 Sm Cp Val A – 8 11.92n –.9 67 C+ 21.84 13 .58. XRT 1.52 –.00 – 7 Rsrch Bond – 3 8.0 72.2 51 D.99 –39 Mid Cap Stk – 4 8.8 IS Mstar Mid Core JKG 1.48n –.3 59 E 73.8 46.88 -19 -4.56 +.39 –.1 IS Russell 2000 Indx IWM 1.26n –1.95n +..86n –.14 -3 -1.06 28.79n +.59 -18 58.02n +2.94n +..23 –16 HiYldMuni – 7 8.39 +.41n +.2 50 C+ 89.1 Spdr S&P Metls&Ming XME 1.32 –44 FocGrowth – 5 19.64n +.02 IWP 1.47 –39 BlueChip Gr – 5 24.41n –2.7 bil 800–847–0200 –40 Intl Value – 3 20.9 RX Inv 2X S&P 500 RSW 0.69 –.0 PS Dyn MidCap Grwth PWJ .91 +.92 –40 Value – 7 15. 2008 ’08 % Rel Acc 52-wk Chg Str Dist high Fund 6-Month Winners & Losers TOP 10 BOTTOM 10 Rel Str 6-mth Symbol Rtg % chg ETF ETF ProS Ultshrt Basic Material ProS Ultshrt Semiconductor ProS Ultrashort Industrial ProS Ultrashort MSCI EAFE ProS Ultrashort Midcap 400 ProS Ultrashort Technology RX Inverse 2X S&P 500 ProS Ultrashort QQQ ProS Ultrshort Real Estate ProS Ultsht Russ 2000 Grw ’08 % Rel Acc 52-wk Chg Str Dist high Fund SMN SSG SIJ EFU MZZ REW RSW QID SRS SKK 99 126.1 98 B.53 –38 PtrLVa Inst – 2 8.2 9.07 1.12 36 -0.5 IS DJ US Healthcare -23.64 -2.30 25.6 89 B 24.58 0.93 -52 -29.6 98 A. – 4 US Govt Inc 0 12.45 15.60n –.64n –1.92 +.56n –1.31n +.5 HT Regional Bank -36.6 79 D.82 -47 -1.93 110 -27.57 -45 -3.22n –.8 bil 800–647–1568 –22 AltStratInv – 4 8.07 Lord Abbett B $ 2.18 -0. 20..5 39.04 0 InvGrdBd I + 1 10.95 5.49 24.02 –40 Capital Gr – 4 5. 11.40 +.92 –40 Global C – 3 40.87 –1. – 4 Total Ret Bd – 1 9.12 +.07 0 ST Bond – 1 4.9 RX 2X S&P 500 -61.03 –25 Bond Ret – 6 10.14 +.14.26 BWX 3.46 355 -2.10 –37 Lrg Cap Eq – 3 3.98 –35 Discovery – 4 37. -56.6 58 D.66 -2.22 36.0 70.18 . 23 C+ 29.45n .2 24.05 PIMCO C $ 9.2 bil 800–996–2862 –37 Small Cap – 6 11. –39 IntlNewOpp + 1 11.128.3 bil 800–787–7354 –28 Bal Strat – 4 8.90n +.80 SEI Portfolios $ 22.62 -12 -5.62 –.50n .87 .3 PS Dyn Enrgy ExplPrd -37.18 8 -2.58 -23 -1.49 Prudent Bear Fds $ 1.80n –.12 22 -3.0 PS Glb Cln Energy PBD .79 -73 -0.3 68.5 41.54 . NOVEMBER 6.41 +.1 93 C 25.21n –.59n .7 50 D+ 19.05 –37 Core Equity – 4 11..33 59 2.21 -14 -29.53n .05 –34 IncomeStk – 3 9.28 –1.85n –1.02 – 5 InflProtBd – 4 10. –38 Mid Cap Val – 2 7.8 25...0 17.73 -50 2.1 26.6 29.03 –.33n –1.1 bil 800–914–0278 – 7 Fixed Inc – 3 8.61 39.69n –..00 –. EEM 4.14n –1.6 IS Lehmn 7-10 Yr -35.42 –37 Lrg Gr Inst – 4 6..4 66 B 114.56 + 6 US Tr Idx A 0 22.35. 66 E 62.6 27.32 -0.4 FCG 0.2 IS Russell 3000 Indx IWV 2.18 –35 PrtFmtlVal – 2 4.92 8.83 +.60 -3 0.89 207 -3.1 84 D.43 17.28 0. 25.40 –1.37 -40 -28.7 IS MSCI France EWQ11.82n –.87 -32 -33.6 98 B.05 –35 LgCoreEq I – 3 10.29n –1.1 46.9 IEO 0.6 93.10 –.93n –.29 +.59 –..8 IS Lehmn 3-7 Yr Treas .0 ProS Ultsht Tech 59.1 85.66 –33 Core Growth – 5 13.27n +.8 ProS Ultra Russ 2000 -62.9 bil 800–421–5666 –36 Amer Val – 6 17.62 -1.5 66 D.1 bil 800–637–2929 –22 Total Ret B – 1 11. – 3 US Govt – 2 8.40 -35.2 ProS Ultsht MSCI EAFE EFU 1.70 23 0.0 86 D.04 – 5 InvstGrBd 0 19.80.0 33.97 -0.11 –.85 State Frm Asc $ 5.60 –47 Pac Tiger I – 5 14.0 IS DJ US Broker Indx -47.6 56 B+ 24.31 –29 Asset Allo – 2 7.63 .68 – 7 USGovtSecs – 2 8.7 XLK 1.5 46 C+ 73.3 IS Russell 3000 Val IWW 3..8 IYF 3.35 SHV 3.6 PS DB Commod Indx -51.60 -0.22 -71 -3.31 -0.8 PXE .1 90 E 105.9 IS Nasdaq Biotech -11.04 + 2 TotRetBd N 0 9.06 Van Kamp B $ 6.1 IS Tr Lehman TIPS -44.1 IS S&P Glb Cnsmr Stpl -23.63.23 –.38n +.5 BIK 0.68 –48 Partners – 8 13.5 XLE 1.75 Longleaf Prtnrs $ 16.87n +.63.4 94 B 84.2 99 B+ 147.0 Rel Str 6-mth Symbol Rtg % chg ProS Ultra Basic Material UYM 4 -79.65 Price Advisor $ 10.08 -1.30 –.49n –.8 Spdr S&P Intl Sm Cap GWX 1.4 bil 800–647–7327 –55 Emerg Mkts – 5 11.92n –.01 –23 IntlEmrgMkt A – 9 7.46 –21 Retire 2005 – 3 9.72 38.6 IS S&P GSCI Commod -59.00n –.01 – 5 InflProtSec – 3 9.32 -35.1 MV Steel SLX 5.79 –.18 7 -1. 21 B.4 56 C 73.9 56 E 53.0 42 D.02 –31 † Sound Shore – 6 24.8 99 68.8 bil 800–225–6292 –30 CullenValue 0 14.02 –.27 –42 Real Est Val –12 16.60 0..6 bil 888–791–3380 – 6 Divers Bd – 2 4.1 bil 800–633–3330 –20 Fixed Income – 4 10.40 17.. Lord Abbett C $ 4.8 55 D 28.74n –. –30 AMT Fr Muni –10 5.75 –34 S&P 500 – 3 14.5 Spdr Materials -35.57 138 -1. IXG 3.55n ..68n –.05n +.6 24 C 28.21n –.6 NV Eqty Prem&Grwth JPG13.63 -41.35n –1.98n –.90 2 Div Close Vol % Symbol Yld Price Chg Chg .91n –1.76 -7 -1.24 –35 Gr Strat – 4 7.2 IS S&P 500 Index IVV 2.8 59 E 69.4 DBE .09 –27 ResAmerVal – 1 8.4 33 D.04 –1.4 IS MSCI EMU Indx EZU12.00 26.56 –36 Retire 2045 – 5 8.83 -2.1 bil 309–766–2029 –18 Balanced – 1 46.21n –.23n –.6 QLD .4 53 D 75.0 DDM 2.51n –.8 PS Listed Priv Eq -57.90 -1.64n –.1 66 C+ 98.9 ProS Ultsht S&P 500 SDS 1.4 70 B.41n +.9 US Nat Gas -31.97 –12 Intm Trm Bd – 4 8.55n +.1 FEU 2.80 -15 .16n –.52n –.04 –38 NatlMuni C –12 6.2 50 E 70.45 –26 AstAlMod – 4 9.46 –40 Intl Value – 3 19.8 bil 888–470–0862 – 7 LtdTrmNY A – 2 2.94 -77 2.1 31 C+ 35.7 37 E 26..00 -2.28 -36.09n .02 TIAA–CREF Instl Reti $ 6.77 –.77n –..3 MV Coal KOL 16 -62.2 98 B.4 27..96n +4.01 Oppenhmr C&M $ 13.05 1.66 -0.8 45.5 ProS Ultsht QQQ QID 1.8 bil 800–426–1130 –34 Affiliated – 1 9.8 VG Mid-Cap VO 0.8 VG Total Bond Mkt -41.36 LQD 6.77n –.8 53.40 -20 -1.2 bil 800–442–8748 + 4 Intmd Bond 0 10.45n –.22n –2.87 – 2 † Merger Fund + 5 14.42 –. XLB 3.3 87.10 -39.24n –.30 Touchstone $ 4.01 0 US Bond Idx – 1 10.33 + 4 Govt Secs 0 9.10 .01 –.7 IS MSCI Canada EWC 1.19n +.02 0 Ltd Mun Nat 0 13.52 –.81 -54 -2.56 37 -3.98n +.0 IS Mstar Large Growth JKE 0.74 -47 -1.1 bil 800–243–1575 –35 American D – 2 31.8 63 D+ 63.01n .0 99 B.27 –33 Div Oppor – 2 5.86 –62 Intl Sm Co – 3 10.2 bil 800–239–3334 –42 Mid Core Gr – 7 17.01 – 5 NC Muni 0 10.08 –16 Strat Inc – 7 3.81 -18 -3.05n +.3 32 C+ 52.07 240 -0.49n –.90 23.50 –24 Eqty & Inc – 2 6.30n +..9 IS MSCI Pac Ex-Japn EPP 1.37 –55 Gold&SpMin –24 16.1 ProS Ultsht Smcp 600 SDD 0..57 Seligman Group $ 5.01 – 1 NY Muni A + 1 12.03 – 2 Low Dur + 1 9.3 IS Iboxx $ Investop -43.70 –55 Emerg Mkts – 5 11.8 81 D.42n –.04 0 InGrTxEx I + 1 11.64 –37 Lrg Co Val – 3 12.2 90 C 103.68n –1.27n –.30 -35.02 – 6 Glbl Bond – 4 6.28 –39 MidCapVal – 6 8.1 90.80 -56 -0.9 IS S&P 500 Value Indx IVE 3.9 32 B 91.2 IS MSCI Brazil -66.66 10.56 ..15 -58 .62.5 bil 800–432–4789 –34 Global Value – 2 19. DBN 1.56n +.8 Spdr MSCI ACWI X-US CWI 3.54 –30 SmllCapVal – 7 16.9 44 D+ 64. 16..73n –. 40.0 43.16n –.223..4 74 D.38n –.7 15.48n –.0 ProS Short QQQ PSQ 0.86 29.7 Spdr Utilities -32.78 +.06 –37 NatlMuni A –12 6.0 Spdr S&P O&G Expl -29.69n –.99 –.33 –32 LT 2020 J – 4 9.56n –.10 1.62 36.12n +.67n +.67 -45 -1.14 .1 bil 800–225–6292 – 5 Bond – 2 8.0 IS Russell 2000 Grw IWO 1.0 45.44n +.97 19 -2.3 PS India -53.7 PS Zack Micro PZI 1.9 20.9 39 C+ 32.72 UBS Pace P $ 6.2 62 C 18.46n –.4 41.63 14. 45 D 25.57n –.96 Merk Hard Funds $ 326 mil 866–637–5386 –11 CurrencyInv – 6 10.5 KBW Insurance -47.80 – 5 Govt Secs – 2 9. – 8 Real Return – 4 9.64 +.03 –.4 Spdr Gold Trust -13.8 87 C 102.58 –35 American S – 2 31.44 –32 Comstock – 2 11.7 bil 800–766–3863 –26 CoreEqA + 2 31.7 99 B+ 140..45 -1.94n –2.59n –.4 57 C 79.7 72 C+ 30.55 –.20 1.0 IS S&P Nat Muni .56n +.75 –27 Eqty Inc – 3 20.03 Morgan Stan I $ 2.38n +.65n +.95n –1.4 42.46 –26 AstAlMod – 4 9.22 –17 Strat Inc – 7 3.88 –.69n –. 14.37n –2.59 -75 -2.9 36 D.63n –.5 bil 800–223–1200 –50 IntlEquity – 7 6.9 55.68 –24 Eqty & Inc – 2 6.78n +.89.61 27 -2.8 66 E 17.46 335 1.02 Permanent Port $ 3.94n –.31 73 -2.6 69 D 64.06 13 -34.5 HT Semiconductors -35.78n +.5 PS Dyn Banking -16.56 18 -1.7 IS S&P GSTI Softwre -38..27 -94 .31 –28 CoreInv – 1 12.91 -24 -4. 0. –33 Conv Inc&Gr – 6 13.1 50 D.32 Russell Lifepoints E $ 1.08 –1.23 19.2 -77.69 -52 -2.47 –32 Comstock – 2 11.19 -33 -1.50 HYG11..1 ProS Ultsht MSCIEmrg EEV 1....9 KBW Bank -34. 53.29 -0.47n –.2 Spdr S&P Retail -30.8 84 C+ 30. VCR 1.23 –29 Glb Franch – 2 18.06 16..4 bil 800–225–1581 –32 Growth & Inc + 3 10.0 IS DJ US Consumr Svc -16.5 VG Telecm Svcs VOX 4.42 Van Kamp A $ 41.07n +. 8.61 Oppenhmr Roch $ 18..53 243 -1.18n –1.27n +.92n –1.03 .80 -0.13 –.0 bil + 1 Indexed Bd 0 10.36 +.7 S&P 500 Covered Call -45.0 31 E 34.8 Spdr DB Intl Gv InfPrct -46.73 –21 HiYldMuniBd – 8 10.00n –.9 bil 800–225–5478 –36 CGM TargEqA – 4 8.5 IS S&P Europe 350 IEV 8.9 VG European VGK 5. 54 D+ 59..94 47.6 40 E 38.92 –.46 Munder A $ 2.3 IS Russell 1000 Indx IWB 2.47 – 7 Glbl Bond – 4 6.05 –32 † Torray – 1 23.94n –2. 25.03 0 Tax Ex Bd 0 20.1 HT Pharmaceutical -20.00 -3.1 43 E 55.70 .1 bil 800–221–4795 –30 Bos Sml Val – 7 15.8 Spdr DJ Stoxx 50 -43.3 28.91 .08n –1.51 –34 S&P500 Idx – 3 8.8 53 D.3 7.8 41 C 70.36 –.9 74 D.0 82 D 113.2 IS S&P SC 600 Valu IJS 2.9 bil 800–877–9700 –36 Focus – 5 17.2 71.8 NV Eqty Prem Income JPZ13.57n –..6 VG Growth VUG 1..30 -35 -1.01 – 9 TaxExHiInc – 1 3.08 -47 -1.95n +.96 -46 -28.05 –34 MAP – 3 23.15n +.62n –.05 PIMCO Instl $ 154 bil 800–927–4648 –17 All Asset – 4 10.65 -36. –27 Asst All Bal – 1 8.01 Vanguard Admiral $ 266 bil 800–997–2798 –34 500 Index – 3 87.37 -21 -32.9 PS Global Water -48.05n –.69n –3.1 RWR 8.40 –40 Sci & Tech – 4 14. –15 Income – 6 5.75.90 -10 -2.64 .54 . Intl Eq Idx .62n –3.0 57 D+ 36.39 -17 0.75 –30 Pioneer – 3 32. IGV .4 52 D 18.10 WIP 5.26 Tweedy Browne $ 5.0 11.08n –1.6 PS Preferred -43.8 62 E 71.8 15 E 120.12 0.70 21.72 – 1 Muni Fxd + 1 11.90n –.30 225 International/Global TUR .4 IS MSCI Thailand Inv THD .42 0 Fixed Income 0 9.02 0 LtdTrmMuni 0 10.9 bil 800–927–4648 –36 Commod RR –17 9.2 EWZ 3.20n –.1 59 B.15 IEF 4.8 bil 800–531–5142 –14 Portfolio – 7 30.24 – 7 Tax Ex Bond 0 3.14n +.8 Currencyshrs Aus Dlr -49.02 –66 EmrgEur&Med –10 12.5 IS Comex Gold Trust -13.5 53 E 54.3 PS FTSE US 1500 PRFZ 1.67 –38 Worldwide – 4 23.19.3 VG Large-Cap VV 2.01 –18 High Yld Ins – 7 7.33 -2.8 24.34 +.0 25.55 –36 Retire 2040 – 5 12.10 96 -27.40 +..8 GXC 1.46 –34 Value Svc – 8 7.6 -61.48 +.29 – 2 Intmd Tax Ex + 1 9.11 41.31 0 Short Term 0 9.40 –38 Mid Cap Val – 3 10.7 33.38 –28 US SmlValI – 5 16.27 –37 MainSt Opp – 4 8.64.1 37.1 43 E 62.71n –.5 ProS Ultra Smcap 600 -62.1 46 C 83.21 JNK13.22 -43 0.28 –33 Equity Inc – 4 18.26 -0.02 –38 Value – 3 9.98n +.05 -2.33n –.0 VG Intrmed-Term -41.32 –33 GlobAlloc A – 4 9.44n +.38 –1.8 31 B+ 24.74 –39 Growth Stk – 5 20.33 -59 .8 PS Financial Preferrd .77n –..48n .89 13 47.72 PFF 8.40 –46 Intl Stock – 5 9.6 IS Mstar Large Value JKF 0.92 Nationwide D $ 1.78 -38 -0..2 42.92 +.61 -12 .40n +.63n –1..24 PVI 5.40 56 0.5 WT Intl Basic Material -50.5 NV Eqty Prem Advntg JLA14.19 -69 -22..84 -29 -2.6 36 B+ 88.03 –29 CullenValue + 1 15.61 -52 -1.03 Putnam A $ 49.56 19 -28.01 –18 StrMuniInc – 8 9.5 IS Leh Aggregte Bnd -42.07 Target Funds $ 2.0 IS DJ US Aerospace -31.75 –20 HighYield A – 4 6. – 3 IntTrmMuniA 0 5.78n –.23 41.93 159 -2.80.99 -65 .46 Rydex Investor $ 1.7 95 C+ 100..1 PS ValLine Timeliness PIV .12 -58 4.. –36 Voyager – 3 12.18 –.84 -44 -2.0 bil 800–257–8787 –25 HiYldMuniBd –10 14.3 18.6 28 E 36.83 –.99 ..57 –.2 65 E 70.9 bil 888–470–0862 –32 ActiveAlloc – 2 8.50 –29 Div Eq Sel – 2 10.14 0.2 72 D.75 52.63 –.1 60 E 66.99 -39.18 –.12 +.30 2.6 93 C+ 110.57 –.8 bil 800–282–3863 –31 CmmnStk A – 2 23.08 + 1 Total Retrn + 1 10.06n –.41 +.37n –.60 -0.3 33.04 + 4 GNMA 0 9.27 Value Line $ 2.65 –18 GlblTotRet – 1 11.74 –.8 bil 800–426–0107 –18 All Asset – 4 10.01 – 1 SumtMunInt 0 10.3 ProS Ultra Dow 30 -57.34n –1.50 –35 LgCapVal S – 2 8.51 +.52 SunAmerica $ 2.24 –29 ResSmallVal – 6 19.7 28 D.78n –.02 -40.06 + 1 MortBack 0 10.0 IS Russell Mdcp Grw -45.50 Mass Mutl Prem $ 4.09 +.52n –1.03 Optimum Instl $ 2.0 94.66 21.68 –.47 –1.2 WT LargeCap Div DLN 4.6 bil 800–225–6292 – 5 Bond – 2 8.5 95.37 .6 GML 2.8 43 B.01 –.97n +.83n –.75 -37.93 33.42 –37 Equity Val – 4 8.04 BIL 1.2 57 D.8 137.52 –32 Value – 1 17.02n +..49 – 5 Totl Retrn – 2 9.4 76 D.10 -76 .23 –30 InvDstMdAg – 3 7.06 TCW Funds $ 6.7 46 C+ 58.50 -2.33 -0.0 34 E 44.11n –.76 -2.69n –.99 –.39 .7 48 B.21n –1.38n +.2 31 D+ 81.87 .21 –.56 Tr For Cr Union $ 705 mil 800–342–5828 0 Shrt Duratn – 1 9.02 –34 SmlCapStk – 5 8.6 IS Russell 1000 Val IWD 3.79 –.0 XLY 1.6 52 D+ 49.01 –28 Res Lg Core – 2 22.46n –.39 –38 Glob Opport 0 20.26 -4 75.9 15.68 12.01 –48 Intl Equity A – 4 7.2 11.58.00 BND 4.07 –.4 29.5 IS Russell Microcap IWC 1.03 –38 Value – 4 15.2 37 E 36.81 0.01 –34 1000Idx Sel – 3 28.32 UBS Investment Fds $ 6.8 73 D.75 95 -2..92 -1.82n +.70 131 -29. – 4 Total Ret Bd I – 1 9.02 Nuveen Cl C $ 2.32n +.2 US Oil Fnd Lp -43.10n –.24n +.48n –..27 38.59 –22 Hi Yld Opps – 7 6.68 –15 Corp Bond – 3 5.6 bil 800–548–7786 –39 ActIntlAlI – 3 9..67n +.44 Oppenheimer A $ 73.77n –.2 52 D 64.25 11.59n –.89 .01 + 1 Total Retrn + 1 10.3 bil 800–869–6397 – 9 TaxEx Secs – 1 9.23 – 6 Intl Fxd Inc A – 3 10.8 99 B.3 SMH 1.4 45.04 – 2 Intmd Muni A 0 10.99 Lotsoff Capital Mgmt $ 556 mil 312–368–1442 0 ActvInc + 2 10.03 -36.02 –21 High Yld – 8 4.1 bil 800–787–7354 –29 Bal Strat – 4 8.57 –35 Fund Val B – 5 9.1 IS Russell 1000 Grwth IWF 1.44 -17 1.50n +.01 – 5 VA Tax Fr Bd 0 10.33 –.03 –35 DiscLrgInst – 3 9.4 54.2 36 C 63.3 bil 800–847–0200 –49 Core Growth – 7 10.0 38.04n .6 53 D+ 77.58 3.5 86 C 54.03 –32 Balanced – 5 9.60 3 0.34 41.16 –48 IntlEqty – 6 5.6 51 E 75.99 20.05 –39 Growth Stk – 5 20.39 -4.13 PGX 7.80 39 -29.57 -10 -0.52 53.02 –29 High Yield – 9 7.65 -79 0.2 46 D.01 – 5 Glbl Bd II – 1 8.6 99 B+ 93.1 IS MSCI Value Fund EFV 7.58 32.73 –30 Pioneer – 3 32.34n –.47 –35 Retire 2030 – 5 12.69 –.17.53.43n +.5 bil 800–464–3108 –52 Emerg Mkt – 9 9.4 IAI 1.69 3 -2.3 Spdr S&P China -48.1 50 D.6 bil 800–225–1581 –24 Diversifd Inc – 9 6..86 29 -29.49 9.9 Bldrs Devlpd Mkts 100 ADRD 4.2 36.38 -3.05 –46 Independnc + 2 7.6 KCE 1.90 -45 -2.7 VG Energy -37.1 PS Dyn Large Value PWV 2.66 Russell Funds S $ 3.2 49 D+ 14.04 – 2 Tax Fr + 1 9.34 -43 -0.45 -35.44 –34 IntlEq I – 2 12. 88 C+ 74.93 -34 0.3 31.77n –.67n –.3 PS Dyn Oil Svcs -48.08 Metro West $ 8.1 12.6 bil 800–221–2783 –35 Com & Inf C – 4 21.39 –33 PA Mutl Inv – 8 7.19 -45 -62 -40 -20 -65 -54 -30 -65 -26 -53 -85 -80 -18 -28 -50 4 Wk Net % Asset NAV Chg Value Chg –36 US Lg Eq Y – 4 12.15 1.32 -69 76.9 SAA 0.44n +.93n –.97n +.45n –1.03 36.05 Rainier Funds $ 5.11 30.10 .76 20 -1.3 XOP 0.98 –.02 -0.39 –.27 –35 Discpln Eq – 2 4.74 -18 -10.4 IS MSCI Japan EWJ 1.66 -12 -29.32 –38 AstAllocGr – 4 8.8 55 E 63.47 –35 StrAsStrGrA – 4 12.23 Olstein $ 891 mil 800–799–2113 –40 AllCapValC – 6 8.86 115 5.53 + 1 Govt Secs A – 1 9.05 –34 Growth & Inc – 4 14.1 PS Glb Wind Engy PWND .06n +.40 Thornburg A $ 10.49 Pioneer B $ 1.18 – 7 Real Return – 3 9.11 -1.2 PS DB US$ Bullish -49.46 33.27 –34 S&P500 Idx – 3 22.04 – 3 Tot Ret Bd 0 10.53 -1.3 IS MSCI Singapore EWS 3..05 PIMCO B $ 2.15 -35.08 -0.67n –. –18 Opp Val A – 3 23....9 IS MSCI Hong Kong EWH 4.09n –.66 17.26.38n +..09 +.19 – 5 Core Bond – 1 9.30 -19 -1.8 VG Pacific VPL 3.93 39..72n +.6 bil 800–848–0920 0 Bond Index 0 10.86 -41. 16.5 45.4 bil 800–304–7404 –24 Growth – 4 57.42 – 3 Muni Bond 0 10.82 23 -4.02 –44 IntlCoreEq – 6 8.89n –. 14.31 –.03 Northern $ 16.44 Nationwide Funds Ser $ 3.01n –.51 Payden Funds $ 2. –36 Main Street – 4 23.2 bil 800–633–3330 –25 Bond Instl – 6 10.49 -9 -7.87 – 3 Ltd Trm Gvt – 1 9.17n –.9 43 D 68.46n –1.78 16 VTI 2.75 –1.89n –1.65 .7 bil 888–233–4339 –38 AstAllocGr – 4 8.4 60 C 71.94 –23 † Sequoia Sit Funds $ 1.12 +.5 82 D+ 19.63 –.2 bil 800–880–8442 –36 Intl Value – 8 12.98 -0.63 +.31 -30 -34.47 –45 PtrMdGr In – 6 6.2 130.82 –33 Mid Cap Val – 7 15.42 –.3 91.2 99 79.6 41.95 -2.44n –1.03n –.3 54 B.4 92 E 80.11 -3.03 – 2 Low Dration + 1 9.7 IS MSCI ACWI ACWI ..15 Russell Lifepoint R3 $ 2.95 –1.21 .76 +.05 0 LtdTrmMuni 0 10.31 -18 -20.68 -1 -1.1 ProS Ultsht Dow 30 DXD 1.29 –35 MidMktIdx – 7 9.51 8.10n –1.89 Price Funds IXP 6.4 99 68.90 -34 -0.54 –26 SmlCapVal – 6 26.6 PS Gld Drg Chna -53.45 -23 -27.8 VG Utilities -31.6 IEZ 0.1 MXI 2.34 –19 Hi Yld Fx Inc – 5 5.7 MOO .84 –16 Hi Yld Muni – 7 8.40 -0.08 –.87 -39 -0.3 41 E 76.00 -7 -1.06 –42 Intl Idx – 4 6..4 Clymr/BNY MellnFrntr FRN .30 –13 Muni Hi Inc – 6 6.2 bil 800–435–4000 $ 376 mil 888–837–4446 –34 1000Idx Inv – 3 28.84 -37.1 ProS Ultsht Russ 2000 TWM 0.8 62 C+ 46.8 ProS Short Dow 30 DOG 0.44 .37 22 -2.08 27.31.06 -35.9 IS MSCI Growth EFG 2.03 –38 Value – 4 16.04 –34 Equity Idx – 4 7.1 76 B 50.04 –42 Intl Eq S – 1 10.9 45 D. FXI 4.55 –35 Income Bldr – 3 14..89n –1.17 -83 -3.60 Tocqueville $ 1.7 60 C 48.37 –31 Retire 2020 – 4 12..4 bil 800–223–0818 –36 EmergOpps – 5 21. 99 B+ 33.7 bil 800–248–6314 –38 Lg Equity – 4 18. –33 New Opport + 1 35.25 – 2 104.81 –35 Retire 2030 – 5 12.6 IS Mstar Small Core JKJ 1.7 11.39 –37 ValuePlsSer – 8 8.09 PGF 9.08 –36 USQuanEqty – 4 21.00 Old Westbury $ 6.1 bil 800–634–5726 –23 Sm Cap Yield – 4 35.. –32 Asset All Gr 0 9.0 31 B.67 +.7 56 E 73.1 FrstTr DB Stratg Value FDV 1. –45 GlobNatRes + 4 17.5 MV Russia RSX 16 -62.93.9 PS DWA Dev Mkt Tech PIZ 2.68n –.9 PSP14.63 —M—N—O— MainStay A Fds $ 5.34 -2.98 –40 Global – 3 43.60 –35 Real EstSec –17 25.12 +.34 –23 InvDestMod – 2 8.75n –.43 -2.27.81 -4.46 -1.73 –1.0 VG Div Apprec VIG 2.17 11.0 28.21 12.66 25 .9 IS DJ US Industrial IYJ 1.35n +.05 –1.0 PS DB Gold Fund -17.6 50 C+ 76.73n +.70 -0.6 41 D.03 –47 Prcs Metals –25 17. 39.0 57 C+ 88.94 -1 4.71 33.40 –34 InstlS&P500 – 3 7. 15.1 54 D+ 57.5 38 E 91.47n +.03 –21 AMT Free NY – 7 9.1 14.4 53 E 16.06 291 -0.5 64 D.1 29.5 bil 800–531–8722 –37 Aggress Grth – 3 23.7 59 E 153.5 50 D 41.08n –.04n –.39n –1.9 XHB 3.89 0.84 9.8 52 C+ 49..6 13 E 131.4 bil 800–227–5987 –30 Nicholas – 5 31.63 –. –34 Investors + 2 9.4 52. + 1 Mod Duration + 3 9.45n –.03 + 2 Secs Fxd Inc 0 12.37 9.3 IS S&P/Topix 150 ITF 2.64n +.9 55 C 75.08 0 Total Retrn + 1 10.33 14.59 20.6 99 58.54n –.3 SLV .6 MV Russia 13.98n .18 -0.4 ProS Ultra Tech ROM 0.9 IS DJ US Telecom -40.31 –37 MidCapValue – 5 11.28 +.1 73 C+ 38.5 Spdr Leh 1-3 Mth Tbil -42.66 Morgan Stan $ 639 mil 800–869–6397 + 4 LtdDurUSGvt 0 9.1 bil 888–470–0862 –45 Develop Mkt – 4 26.04n –.41 +.3 CGW 0.05 Pioneer A $ 18.07 Nuveen Cl A $ 8.86 32. DKA 2.16 -33 -1..11 -1. 26 D.98n .41n –. – 4 MA Tax Ex – 1 8.18 –..6 69.22n +.15.02n –.09 40.39 –.2 22 D.56 –28 All Value – 1 8.5 69 E 17.4 41 E 28.70n –1.7 22. Transamer Prem $ 1.2 14 E 114.01 0 LtdTrmMuni 0 10.3 bil 800–697–3863 –51 Gold –21 23.13 –25 StrAsBal C – 3 10.66n –1.73 PIMCO A $ 27.0 PS DB Energy -22.8 bil 800–869–6397 –35 DivGrSecs – 3 11.55 –32 Dividend Gr – 4 17.67 –.52 –45 DivrsIntlIn – 5 7.64 –41 Intl Index Inv – 5 14.2 MV Agribusiness -49.2 53 E 163.37n –.51n +.4 IS Russell 3000 Grwth IWZ 4. 33.61 –29 Div Eq Inv – 2 10.90 -42 1.02 –23 Sm Cap Val – 5 10.1 28.54 -29 .8 29 D+ 56.58 27.04 –22 Total Ret – 1 11.63 . 37. –31 CA Muni – 9 6.62.2 66.2 28 E 109. 54 C+ 60.9 bil 800–847–0200 –35 Income Bldr – 3 14.90n +..79 27.49 5 -32.51n –.39.6 bil 800–221–4268 –36 LowPrStkSev – 9 9.01 + 1 Tx Fr Sh Intm 0 5.54 Ridgeworth $ 11.92 9 -2.13 .86 –27 Strat Inc A – 6 10.82 -35.5 PS Intl Divnd Achievrs PID 4.03 + 2 Tx Ex Sh Trm 0 10.1 59 C+ 84.9 IS DJ US Cnsmr Goods -23.7 bil 800–445–9469 –39 Intl – 5 11.04 -39. –10 Ltd Muni C – 3 13.63 Putnam M $ 1.22 –31 AstAlModGr – 4 9.0 bil 800–386–3829 –40 Div Foc – 7 7.63 -3 -3.7 IS DJ US Energy Indx -36.2 134.34 –28 Premier Inv – 6 12.78n +.89 –.43 113 13.19 –41 Mid Cap Val – 5 5.10 .5 45 E 32.45 +.40n +.6 37 E 36.75 –41 Value + 3 35. – 8 CA Tax Ex – 2 7.24n –1.06 + 6 USGovSec I + 1 10.72 -75 38.04n –1.04 –21 High Yield – 3 7.26 -77 1.00 50.5 IS S&P Glb 100 Indx IOO 4.48 -1.2 58.0 11 D 85.8 54 C+ 26.54 –25 Mod Alloc – 3 10.2 Spdr S&P Emg Europe -52.18 -15 -62.96 –.109.44 –1.81 -58 10.5 IHF .2 96 E 184.34 –37 Util + 4 11.29n +.112.94 -35 -5.31 – 9 CA Bond – 2 9.03 Morgan Stan A $ 4.01 -53 1.29n –.12 – 8 Glb Fxd Inc – 4 10.7 WT Dreyfus Chn Yuan -49.8 IS Lehmn Shrt Treas -40.58 51.54 48 -2.1 12.55 37 -2.03 –42 Rsrch Intl – 4 11.76 32.63n –.27n –.47 –36 MainStSC – 7 12.04 -40.83 0.17 .26.4 31.57 -30 -1.6 46...70.40 -15 -11.19 –60 India –13 9..84n –.63n –1.23n –1.1 60. Stock/Broad Index 72. 25.0 IS MSCI Austria 82..5 39 D 78.26 –32 LT 2020 In – 4 9.67 -78 Continued from previous page 2008 % Chg Fund 4 Wk Net 2008 % Asset NAV % Chg Value Chg Chg Fund –30 Cap & Inc A – 1 10.3 46 E 46.42 4.5 110.37 0 -1.0 7 E 44.20 -25 -1.52 + 3 Intmd Bd I + 1 10. 27.93n –.50 -1.53 –35 International – 2 17.6 Clymr S&P Globl Watr -38.4 91.54 41 -0.79n –1.3 NLR10.61n –.30 –34 Retire2025 – 4 8.04n .36 5 2.83.22 -2.8 Spdr S&P Metals&Mining XME 17 -62.03 –43 Mid Cap Gr – 2 16.0 bil 888–860–8686 –41 21st Century – 5 10.47 –1.02 – 4 US Mortgage – 1 12.29n –.14n –1.65n –..91n –.0 EWY 4.09 -34 -1.02 – 5 Tax Fr Inc 0 8.93n –4.60 -18 -1.70 + 2 TotRetBd I 0 9.63 3 -0.88n –.34 –34 LT 2030 Instl – 4 9.50 34 -0.8 42.5 50.56 -3.9 48 D 25...30 -36 -33.86 15 -0.4 ProS Short Russ 2000 RWM 0.74 -34.2 64 D+ 80.02 –33 Research – 3 17.1 46 B..1 Spdr S&P O&G Equip -47.22n –.4 WT Intl Energy -43.4 Spdr Consmr Discrtnr -29.0 55 C 80.0 IS MSCI Israel Cap EIS .31n –.3 PS FTSE Rafi US PRF 2.67 –39 Growth – 4 13.1 bil 800–426–1130 –34 Affiliated – 1 9.01n –.67 –.60 9.90n –.3 49.13n +.40 –. 11.61 –.48 –32 StrAsConGrC – 4 10.9 44 C 59.52 –33 SmCapStk – 6 20.10 16.4 46 C+ 84.2 bil 888–470–0862 –41 Cap Apprec – 5 27.6 80. PSI .04 Nicholas Group -41.22 –.1 92. –37 Main Street – 4 22.32 –28 LT 2010 In – 4 9.5 55 D+ 91.2 4 Wk Net 2008 % Asset NAV % Chg Value Chg Chg Fund $ 219 bil 800–638–5660 –27 Balanced – 4 14.34 –.39n –1.1 ProS Ultra Oil & Gas DIG .9 RX Russell Top 50 XLG 3.4 56 D.75 BIV 5.01n –.02 –39 Value – 3 23.92 -1.20 –.9 IS S&P Glb Financials -47.04 -38 -3.05 -2.9 bil 800–224–6312 –39 EmergGrowth – 8 34.13 + 5 Interim + 1 10. NonUSLgCap .04 –14 GlobBd Inst – 6 13.70 -39 2.60 5 -3.05 –51 Emrg Mkt A – 4 8.00n –.4 44 E 33.05n . 82 C 75.37 –34 PAMutlCnst – 8 6.53 – 6 MD Tax Fr Bd – 1 9.96 15.33 –35 Gr & Inc – 7 12.8 35 C 65.17n +.73n –.75 -1.74 -34.43 Mass Mutl Select $ 9.6 18.51n +.0 bil 800–877–9700 –28 Genesis – 5 35.39 24.45 103 3..45 –38 Ndq – 2 8.25n –1.08 0 Short Term 0 9.67 –43 Intl Gr&Inc – 2 8.29 –13 DevLocMkt – 5 8.42 –37 Life 2050 I – 4 8.22 67 -2..25 –30 Strat Alloc – 3 7.56 1..5 36.42 –34 S&P 500 Inv – 3 14.5 FrstTr Glb Wind Enrgy FAN .46 -1.1 94.4 26.6 66.05 -10 -6.05 –. –45 IntlCapOpps – 1 21..73 –35 New Amer Gr – 8 20.72 12.03n –.63 –.5 30.3 ProS Ultsht Industrl 17.95 –28 Health Sci – 5 20.78 +.7 80 D+ 100.00 -42 -28.0 53.9 bil 800–637–1380 0 Bond A 0 18.5 bil 800–787–7354 –52 EmergMkts – 6 10..4 HT Broadband -44.4 48 E 19..34 –36 Life 2040 I – 4 9.36n –1.40 SHY 3.36 -1.46 -5.51 –33 Mid Value – 6 14.06 14.7 55 C 89.42 585 -0.1 DBB .7 ProS Ultra Hlth Care -33.00 US Glob Inv $ 3.4 IS S&P Glb Inf Tech -36.70n –1.34.0 51 E 40.63 –.79 73 -2.37 195 -1.89 –.6 20.34n –.97 –34 Com&Inf A – 4 25.25 –23 PrtBldrMod – 3 8.78 –34 S&P500Rwd – 3 14..3 PIN 0. . 28 C 27.77 – 3 USGovt – 2 8.88 –.39n –1.4 18 E 40. 72.80 PST 1.02 –44 PtrIntl Ins – 6 8.05 -0.88 -2.69 +.9 HHH 0.6 40.6 WT Div Top 100 DTN 6.99 34. –39 New Value + 3 9.1 IS MSCI Malaysia EWM 5.1 bil 800–848–0920 –38 Nationwide – 5 10.11 13..7 ProS Ultsht Basic Mat 55. –41 Intl Growth – 2 18.39n –1.86 10 -4.2 38 E 26.6 121..02 –14 Tx Fr Hi Yld – 6 9.91 –.6 IS DJ Select Divdnd DVY 5.19n +.1 bil 888–791–3380 –27 Balanced – 3 7.94n –.91 –.9 42.00 11..08 –18 Float Inc – 4 7.64 +.24 -0.02 Royce Funds $ 19.04 –21 High Yield – 3 7.40.60 13. 72.05 PIMCO D $ 12..8 IS MSCI Switzerland -31.110.72n –.15 0.59n –.42 –33 Research – 3 18.32 –55 Glob Resourc – 7 7.52 36.30 Natixis Funds $ 1.1 33.8 bil 800–607–2200 .56 .29n –.67 –.06 UMB Scout $ 4.3 IS FTSE/Xinhua Chna -58.4 17 E 96.5 Spdr Financial -47.7 PS DB Prec Metal -24.29n +.15 0.0 IGN .00 26 -1.4 IGM 0.80 –28 Cap Income – 1 8. Ranked by Relative Strength -34.5 IS DJ US Finl Indx -40.31 -22 -1.57 –32 NorthAmerEq – 3 7.14n –.67n –.6 59 C 85.9 14.38 –.7 67 D.69 -59 -0.5 27 C+ 57.31.73..1 ProS Ultra Real Estate URE 7 -73.98 -3.1 97 D 207.2 55 C+ 24.97 +.89 –1..60 .60 –41 Glob Eqty 0 6.72n +.6 95 B+ 111.05 Pioneer Y $ 4.9 IS S&P 1500 Indx ISI 2.3 53 E 86. no quote – 1 Muni Bond + 1 10.48 +.06n –.49 –47 IntlDiscov – 3 26.54 10.02 –41 Cap Apprec – 5 30.05 -27 -22.7 bil 800–421–5666 –33 Comstock – 2 11.3 89. DBO .09 29.54 –34 Fund Val A – 5 9.58n .5 VG Info Tech -45.7 99 77.84n +.77n –1.3 MV Coal KOL .3 44 D.31 + 4 ShInt US Gv + 1 10.2 IS MSCI Italy EWI12.25 Russell Lifepoints S $ 1.44 –.47 -56 -48.45 .33n –.38 -1 -1.35 –.09n –.9 45 D.64 1.1 ProS Ultra S&P 500 -63.51 –25 Health Care – 3 12.27n –..85n –.99 Oppenheimer B $ 6.02 – 8 Real Return – 4 9.6 PS DB Oil -35.23 +.1 93 D.4 Currencyshrs Brit Pnd -55.0 85.26 -0.22 –19 Bond Deben – 5 6.16 Sentinel Group $ 3.25 –.8 PS DB US$ Bearish -50.43 –35 Select Eq I – 1 12.9 34 E 65.14 . –14 Tx Fr Hgh Yld – 7 10.38.15 -2.02 -0.33 .04 –.55 -37..8 24.23 –37 Lg Growth – 3 4.9 33 B.3 99 B+ 134...8 95.2 bil 888–233–4339 –32 AstAllModGr – 4 9.47 –.1 IS S&P Glb Material -46.77n –.1 IS Russell 2000 Val IWN 2.3 15 E 90.21 –28 PrtModAggr – 3 7.0 11.93n –1.98 –.7 IS S&P GSTI Smcdct -44.1 bil 800–847–4836 –34 Lrg Cap Stk – 2 17.45 -36. 10.24 –34 Gr Strat – 4 7.19 62 -2.64 –38 Mid Cap Gr – 8 35.98n –.82.1 99 58.4 57 D.98n +.30 -23 44.37 –.11 -2.46 Neubg Brm Adv $ 999 mil 800–877–9700 –28 Genesis – 5 20.51 –37 Intl – 1 13.2 74 D+ 68.5 bil 800–711–1848 +27 Bear + 1 7.86n +.4 59 C+ 49..02 Oakmark I $ 26.37.60 –40 IntlDivrs A – 3 9.38n +.57n –.41 –39 Opport I –11 6. – 7 Tax Ex Inc – 1 7.25 -2.1 IS MSCI Turkey Inv -52.. Oppenhmr Quest $ 5.3 PXJ .28n –.57 +.2 21 D+ 118.44n +.53 +.13n +. –36 Commod RR –17 10.28 -29 -0.82 –42 Cap Growth – 2 7.5 55 E 53.64 TIAA–CREF Instl Fun $ 9.78 -2 -2.50 –35 Value – 5 16.93n –.08 – 5 Core Bond – 1 11.3 WT India Earnings -56.67 0.78 3.S.64 -79 -3.02 –32 Core Equity – 2 13.02 –14 Glob Bd Ret – 6 13.01 –11 Insur Tax Fr 0 14.8 34 B 98.41 –36 WorldOppA – 5 6.0 Spdr Lehmn Intl Trsy -43.2 Spdr S&P BRIC 40 -56.64 -40 0..72n +. –41 IntlGr – 2 18.09 –49 IntlEquity – 7 6.7 27 D.51n +.71 –35 USRealEstI –17 9.5 bil 800–332–5580 + 3 US Govt – 1 10.76 -13 -3.82 0 Ltd Trm Mun 0 13. 56 C 22.59 -2.60 20.85 81 -1.6 bil 800–787–7354 –43 IntlDvlpMkt – 4 24.08 –..39n .95 –.56n –.82 13 -25.51 -44 -33..8 132.59n .24 –34 S&P500 Idx – 3 10.0 ProS Ultsht FTSE/Xin FXP 1.0 IS S&P Glb Healthcare -17.70 -22 -29.18 Van Eck Funds $ 1.17 Marshall Funds $ 2.01 .20n +.3 57 D.4 VGT 0.92 –.04 54 -30.1 Spdr DJ Wil SC Value DSV 3.34n –.4 69 B 58.06 10.6 IS Lehmn 1-3 Yr ..78 .91n –2.1 19 C+ 68.7 IS Russell Mdcp Value IWS 3.40 -2.5 VNQ 8.0 bil 888–470–0862 –28 Bal B + 1 10.5 75 E 211.98n –.90 PRIMECAP Odyssey Fun $ 957 mil 800–729–2307 –32 Growth – 2 9.3 56 C+ 23.2 Spdr Lehmn High Yld . 22 C+ 30..5 PS DWATech Leadrs -46.10n –.1 bil 800–858–8850 + 4 GNMA A 0 11.1 56 E 57.22n –1.40 —P—Q—R— Pacific Cap Inst $ 1.57 –31 Value – 1 18.57 -2.80n +.49 29.5 WT Intl SmallCap Div DLS 3. Quaker Funds $ 903 mil 800–220–8888 –41 Strat Gr A – 6 15.81 –34 S&P 500 Idx E – 3 26.03 -36.3 ILF 4.2 bil 800–755–5801 –25 AAIntHzn – 3 8.8 Clymr/Mac Glb SolEng TAN ..6 128.47n –1.02 Parnassus $ 1.74 -21 3.7 7.58.12 –.2 93 C 47.41 -0.27 -35.1 32 D 32.3 INP .26.03 –35 Value – 5 16.9 58 B+ 47.32 –.83 –34 Asset Allocat – 3 43..3 90.43 –39 Lrg Cp Grow – 3 8.69 59 -2.25 RiverSource B $ 4.43n –.25.9 DJI Diamonds Trust DIA 3.25 –35 PersonlStrGr – 5 15.0 ITA 0.02 Leuthold Funds $ 3.00 -1. – 5 NY Tax Ex 0 7.51 0.18 -37.4 27 E 96.78n +.8 17.44n –.07 .3 bil 800–960–0188 –46 Intl x –12 10.6 51.84.39n +.8 76.1 bil 800–787–7354 –29 Bal Strat – 4 8.52n –.56 –36 PremEqtySel – 4 7.1 13.21n –1.36n –1.9 83 B+ 108.47 -2.9 bil 800–794–7753 –13 DynAlpha A + 1 8.04 -65 -0.2 Spdr S&P Emg MdEAfr GAF 2.39 -37.63 +.72n –.38n –.31n –.9 Spdr S&P 500 SPY 2.80 29..20 -22 -0.97 -38 0.11n –2.71. –25 PA Muni – 8 8.18 –.09 –39 Spectrum Gr – 5 12.29 –10 ForBondUnhg – 5 9.03n –.9 34 E 32.37n –.51 –45 Sm/Mid Eq I – 9 21.6 74.78 +.24n –.7 RSX 0.59 42.37n –.4 46 C+ 119..86 -19 -2.18 -0.6 RSU 1.33 –.13n –.56 – 5 ShDuratnBd – 1 17.02 -0.5 PS DB Agricult -31. –30 Util Gr&Inc + 7 11.53 – 8 MktNeutrl + 3 13.48n +.7 IS DJ US Oil&Explr -43.94 –29 Sml Blend – 5 11.15 17.74 +.65 – 4 Tax Ex + 1 9.2 bil 877–984–7321 –19 Hi Yield I – 6 7.85 –.71n –.02 – 8 Real Return – 4 9.40 –40 SmCoGr P – 4 7.33 -76 -1.45 –41 Intl Value – 3 18.35 –34 StockIndex – 3 7.41 97.36 –1.5 XLF 5.42n +.78n –.02 – 7 Tot Bd Mkt – 2 8.35n –.88 SHM 2.80 +.0 bil 800–572–9336 – 5 Core Bond – 2 9.41 –45 Euro Stk – 7 10.49 –11 Natl Tax Fr – 3 9.87 -11 -1.23n –1.7 IS MSCI Germany EWG12.66n +.6 65 C+ 14.61n +.62n –.91 -2.7 IS Tr Cohen&Steers -48.5 57 E 54...24 –20 PersnlStrIn – 3 12.10 38.32 -17 -31..0 88 D 83.08n –.14 -1.0 Div Close Vol % ’08 % Rel Acc 52-wk Symbol Yld Price Chg Chg Chg Str Dist high Fund Div Close Vol % Symbol Yld Price Chg Chg For Wednesday.2 80 C 90.5 99 102.95 MFS Instl Funds $ 2..2 16 C 59.. 45.30 Mellon Instl $ 2.85 -2.63n –.5 ProS Ultsht ConsmSvc 90.28 -13 -1.58n +.35 -1.53 -2.68 –24 Eqty & Inc – 2 6.97 -81 -8.2 PS DB Silver -37.46n –1.16 –.02n –.89 -0.0 IS S&P Glb Telecomm -33.9 59 C+ 18. –11 AllAsstAuth – 4 9.75 – 5 Mgd Muni A – 1 14.16n –.0 ProS Short S&P 500 SH 0. 30 E 59.24 – 1 Sh US Gov – 1 4.41 – 5 InflLnkBond – 4 9.26n –.1 IYR 6.75 –32 Sm Cap Select – 6 13..35 -36.91 –.51n –.11 Thrivent Funds A $ 6..35 –13 Bd & Mtg In – 3 8.46n +.40 .21 -50 -0. VFH 4. -74.80 18.00 -2.26 -7 -3.3 VG Small-Cp Growth VBK 0. InstFltRt – 5 8.6 48. ICF 7.86 4.0 IS Iboxx Hi Yld Corp -45.78 –13 Muni Inc – 3 11.82 234 .20 8.4 Spdr Energy -38.54 -75 -0.2 PS DB G10 Curr -49.6 WT Mid East Div GULF .22 –32 Growth Allo – 4 10.0 41 E 61.6 46 D 71.08 –46 RealEstRR –25 3.40 21.56n +.7 bil 888–470–0862 –32 ActiveAlloc – 2 7.96 – 8 Intl Bond – 4 9.06 0 Short Bond 0 9.7 bil 800–342–5734 0 CA Muni A 0 9. Mid Cap Eq .01 Lord Abbett A $ 31.23 +.20 38 -35.99 18..88 .106.24 -63 -2.8 IS S&P Mdcp 400 IJH 1.84n +.33 –.0 MV Glb Alt Engy GEX .69 -67 -4.2 63 C 83.96 55 31.44 +.17 –1.5 67 D 40.8 62 C 76.72 -37.5 32.6 IS DJ US Basic Mtrl -56.79 -20 -35.26 14.97n +..25 -16 -4.3 95.11 .4 bil 800–225–1581 – 2 AmerGovtInc 0 8.5 bil 800–426–1130 –34 Affiliated – 1 9.66 -2 1..00 33.04 –52 EmergMktsEq – 5 6.9 36 E 43.74 Schwab Funds TFS Capital $ 31.0 72.08 0 Total Retrn + 1 10.03 -40 -2.3 HT Utilities -21.35 -0.4 30.05 12.74 -1.4 99 B+ 144.35 –61 WrldMineral –22 10.7 55 C 132..8 ProS Ultsht Financial 3.30 -11 -1.76 -57 -29. IntlRealEsI .0 ProS Ultsht CnsmrGds 28.91n –.7 VDE 1.7 10. 14.6 bil 800–820–0888 +41 InvS&P500 – 2 51.93 –.6 62 C 84.75n –. –36 Commod RR –17 9.22 -64 0.3 IS MSCI Emrg Mkts -47.8 Spdr Industrial XLI 2.22 –28 Retire2015 – 4 9.87 –39 Equity – 4 6.68n –.69 –28 PrsnlStrBal – 4 13. 93 C 25.86n .65 10. VAW 2.3 42.87 –17 CorPlFxd I – 3 8.3 41.50 98 -3.41 -1.39n –.77 .03 –37 NewHorizns – 6 19.02 0 Low Dur 2 + 1 9.8 41 D.80..22 –.41 .36 5 -21.6 54 C+ 61..5 IS MSCI Taiwan EWT .37n –.99 -0.10 9.33 –37 Util + 4 11.96 –.57 31.40 155 -62.66n –.1 PS Aero & Defense -36.85 3.22 Mairs & Power $ 2.8 bil 800–999–3505 –21 Equity Inc – 2 19.79.5 46 E 20.0 EWK22.18 +.23 +.83 -83 -3.01 Morgan Stan Ins $ 19..5 ProS Ultsht Mdcp 400 MZZ 1.47 –.7 XES 0.59n +.4 97 D.3 16 E 97.0 44 E 53.73 5.43 -1.94 –.35 -2.03 –34 Intl Eq P – 2 12.76 Thornburg I $ 7.3 IYM 2.26 –.61n –.17 185 -4.36 -0..9 RWX 6.02 Loomis Syls Inv $ 1.68 -19 1.13n –.79 – 2 Sh Term Bond – 2 8.5 bil 800–273–6886 –29 Asset Allo – 2 7.27n +.8 IS S&P US Prefrrd Stk -46.6 38 D.87 TIP 8.63 -17 -33.22 -0.7 103.4 8 D.02n –.6 IS Mstar Mid Growth JKH 0..57 -21 -28.26 –22 Core Bond – 6 7.57 -36.72 –.4 32 B.8 57 D 51.4 bil 888–470–0862 –41 Capital Apprec – 5 31.5 VG Materials -37.7 99 B+ 142.1 60.95 MFS Funds B $ 6.1 67 C+ 145. OIH 0. –22 High Yield – 8 5.35 -0.34.1 84.72 – 9 Intl Bond – 5 5.90n –.40 -17 -29.6 Brcly Ipth DJ AIG NtGs -14.11n –.5 33.98 -2.02 –45 Media&Telcm – 7 26.54 –26 High Yld Bond –10 5.2 48 E 87.1 PS Dyn Market PWC 1.92 –.31 74.2 IS S&P GSSI Nat Res -44. Oppenheimer N $ 3.01 – 6 VA Bond – 1 10.62n –.78 –.5 94 D 104.93 -36.7 bil 800–543–0407 –37 Lg Cap Gr A – 5 17.7 41 D.0 12.5 bil 800–426–0107 – 8 Real Rtrn – 4 9.9 59.7 FrstTr Amex Biotech -21.9 21.78n –1.96 –.15 SSGA Funds $ 6.56n +.9 IS Lehmn 1-3 Yr Credit -42.90n +.33 Div Close Vol % ’08 % Rel Acc 52-wk Symbol Yld Price Chg Chg Chg Str Dist high Fund 4 Wk Net 2008 % Asset NAV % Chg Value Chg Chg Fund – 6 Divers Bond – 2 4.8 bil 800–438–5789 –42 MidCoreGr b – 7 17.1 43 E 22.01 -0.69 –58 EmrgMktStk – 5 18.17n +.32 Transamerica C $ 4.03n +.0 64 D+ 60.4 VG Mid-Cap Value VOE 0.02n +.12 0.03 – 5 InvGrCorpBd + 1 9.88 -0.42 -2.5 IS DJ US Medicl Devic -23.9 48.8 57 D 24.4 bil 800–892–7587 –42 Equity Inv – 6 14.27 – 5 Glob Inc – 4 11.78n –.1 PS Dyn Semicondctrs -37.03 –42 MltMgrIntEq – 3 7.5 45.1 bil 800–221–2220 –41 Glb Hrd Ast A – 6 28.01 – 7 LtdTrmNY C – 2 2.01 – 6 Income – 3 10.COM Div Close Vol % ’08 % Rel Acc 52-wk Symbol Yld Price Chg Chg Chg Str Dist high Fund 47.67 –32 Equity O – 3 9.05 –35 Lrg Cap Val – 3 7.27n –.43. PPA 0.0 IS S&P Smcp 600 IJR 1.17 +.9 28 E 57.65 -46 -34.8 IS DJ US Utilities -16.06 Marsico Funds $ 8.7 USO . –37 Main St C – 4 22.28n .93 -48 -1.33 Russell Lifepoints C $ 3.89n +.9 ProS Ultra Basic Mtrl UYM 3.7 PS Dyn Retail -31.4 51 E 95.57 -71 -2.17n –.33 –34 S&P 500 Idx – 3 15.85 –53 Latin Amer + 2 25.3 PZD .06 – 3 Str Fxd Inc 0 12.4 96.81 MUB 3.69n –.67n –.27.02 .32n –.0 31.30 .4 IS DJ US Index IYY 2.66.00 -1.30 –28 Growth – 2 43.8 IS MSCI Sweden EWD16.8 74.02 Northern Instl $ 1.00 37.04 Pioneer C $ 2.03 –18 HiYieldInst – 6 8.04 0 Fremont Bond + 2 10.25 14 -33.75 1. –44 Intl Equity – 4 15.30 30.1 53 D+ 84.2 bil 800–326–2151 –49 ForeignValO – 4 10.15 -26 -81 -31 -47 -9 -5 -50 -39 71 -13 -7 -17 -54 17 -31 -45 -49 11 -63 -27 -1 61 72 -48 -42 -58 38 87 -18 3 Commodity/Currency 4 Wk Net 2008 % Asset NAV % Chg Value Chg Chg Fund –33 PtrLgBl Ins – 3 7.87 +.0 42 E 28.24n –.0 27.67 -36.04 –1.36 –43 IntlEqIdx I – 4 11.77 43.A8 EXCHANGE TRADED FUNDS THURSDAY.63 -34.43 –37 Real Estate –19 11.0 Spdr DJ Euro Stoxx 50 FEZ 1.5 bil 800–787–7354 –28 Bal Strat – 4 8.02 Nuveen Cl R $ 6.38 –27 Bal Strat – 3 8..70 23 -27.21 25.91 –.6 25 D+ 70.78n +.44 -83 5..03 – 5 Foreign Bd – 2 9.76 –40 LgValue – 4 7.42 -24 -1. MFS Funds A $ 38.22 –44 Glb Nat Res – 2 21.3 74 D.6 IYW 0.6 Bldrs Emerg Mkts 50 ADRE 4.34n +.20 -4 -1.26 –. –41 Cp Apprc C – 5 27.02 – 2 LT US Govt – 4 10.51.51 -4.53 -60 -35..02 –35 Larg Cp Val A – 3 12.6 IS S&P Latin Am 40 -58.82 –.0 44.2 Spdr Lehmn St Muni -41.38n +.5 38 E 17..100.18 + 5 Govt Sec A + 1 10.1 64 B 27.56 –29 ResSmVal – 6 20.0 Brcly Ipath MSCI India -60.47n –1.03 – 9 Global Bond – 4 8.85 –.24n –.02 –39 Growth – 3 19.5 57 B.38n +..4 17.3 PS Dyn Biotech -15.27 –36 MainStSmCp – 7 13.15 –..69.17 -2.45 1 5.9 44.93 40.61 –45 Devlp Mkt C – 4 25.0 ProS Ultra Real Est URE10.45 –46 Sm Cp Gr A – 6 10.78 -1.57 -5 -1.10 –24 IAstAllIH – 3 7.1 IS DJ Transprtn Indx -25.35 -10 -34.04 Meridian Funds $ 2.117.20. –41 Intl Equity 0 16.1 62 B 27.20n .38 –23 Pref Secs I +10 6..05 –.2 IGW 0.42 16.1 44.9 53 C+ 89..8 PS Insrd Nat Muni -45.88 17 -2.68n +.47 0. no quote –20 Ltd Dur I – 2 7.7 ProS Ultsht R2000 Grw SKK 0.1 bil 800–321–8563 $ 1.60 –.4 90 B.0 bil 800–625–6275 –14 Equity & Inc – 2 23.5 VG Europe Pacific VEA 0.13n –.9 PS VRDO Tax-Free -37.04 .38 -54 .2 IS DJ US Tech Indx -38.3 67 B.67 –11 Spectrum Inc – 3 10.9 84.9 PS Water Resources -36.9 97.5 Spdr S&P Emg L Amer -53.20 -0.2 Brcly Ipath DJ AIG Cm .9 bil 800–869–6397 –37 EqWtS&P500 – 6 23.3 39.22 Transamerica Partner $ 5..69 -0.1 41 D.0 VG Short-Term Bond -42.29n –.98 -37.18n –.78n +.0 VG Small-Cap VB 0.95 +.59 -73 0.2 HT Telecom -30.25 .63 .1 bil 800–548–4539 –21 Bond – 7 19.60 -35.4 99 92.83 –.16 -71 2.8 WT High-Yield Equity DHS 7.5 98 B+ 111.76 – 5 ST Bond Mkt – 1 9.87 – 6 MunicipalI + 1 11.44 -24 .4 IYG 4.05 +.14n –.01n –.63 48 5.6 ProS Ultra Midcap 400 -66.19 -82 -29.92n .8 48 C 17. 26.06 – 2 Low Dur + 1 9.97 Neubg Brm Inv $ 11.91 Munder Y $ 2.02 –40 SmCoGr I – 4 7.20 –27 Value – 4 23.7 MVV 1.0 PGJ 3.47 141 -2.16 – 2 InvQltBdVIP – 1 11. GDX 3.42 –33 GlobAlloc C – 4 9.211.9 .8 10.63 .83 -60 -1.31 –41 MidCapGr – 4 5.7 59 E 1. 31.40 -3.1 33. –10 AllAsstAuth – 4 9. 38 C 26.60 .49 -24 -3.45n –.47n –.77 –21 Hi Yld Adv – 8 4.02 – 4 LtdTmGv C – 1 9.4 95.5 bil 888–791–3380 –39 DvrsEqInc r – 4 7.2 IS S&P Glb Infrastrctr -22.03 -0.3 VWO 4.93 –.5 53 C+ 64.03 –38 LgEq I – 4 18.00 4.74 –29 ModerateInv – 4 8.77n +.30n .75 -0.40 –31 Real Est I –15 10.41 -36 -13.25 -11 29.72n +.9 IS MSCI So Africa EZA 8.1 99 B 162.6 77.76.02 0.8 HT Oil Service -51.65 29.98 +.0 27 B.42 -54 -1.78 +.8 Spdr S&P Biotech -15.63 0.65n –1.49 -0.4 bil 800–421–5666 –42 Cap Growth – 2 7.5 85.01 + 2 UltShDurGov 0 9.26 +.7 VOT .05 –12 Real Asset – 4 9.64 –48 Partners – 8 17.9 74 B+ 73.1 24 E 76..9 IS Lehmn 20+ Yr .4 30 E 66.63 –.29 -94 -2.7 72 D.04 –34 Growth – 2 27.1 bil 800–257–8787 –25 Hi Yld Muni –10 14. –50 Champ Inc –20 4.0 PS Cleantech -44.14 –40 Global – 3 43..05 – 3 IntmDurMun – 1 8.33 –37 Util + 4 11.39 -1.7 4 D 112.04 . –38 Mid Cap Gr – 8 35.8 PS Wh Clean Eng PBW .66 –36 TxMgdLgCp A – 4 8.4 20 E 76.37 –36 Retire2035 – 5 8.7 44 D+ 104.93 +.14 –20 High Yield – 7 2.52 –31 Value – 1 18.39 -15 -35.33 -27 -18.7 KBW Regionl Bankng -15.7 PS QQQ Trust QQQQ 0.34 –32 StrAsConGrB – 4 11.28 –26 CapApprc – 5 14.36 –43 CapGr I – 2 14.0 45.54 +.40n +.27 -0.8 ProS Ultra QQQ 4 Wk Net % Asset NAV Chg Value Chg $ 2.5 DBS . 23.37 -49 -0.01 + 1 Total Retrn + 1 10.68 –36 Focus – 3 12. GlobalSmall .36.2 PS Dyn Sml Value PWY 1.41 26.27n –.03 – 2 Low Dur + 1 9.8 45 E 102. RXL 1.07n –1..88n –.40 –43 Intl Nw Ds – 3 13.2 IYZ 3.02n .70 -4.160.76 81 -2.99n +.40 10.66 +.43 -1 -1.75 BEP17.7 76 B+ 56.90 Pax World $ 2.22 -63 3.41 Turner Funds $ 1.74n –.92 13.77 –.07 .4 38 C+ 56.09 -16 -2.04 + 3 Total Ret II + 2 10.31n –.6 98 B 88.44n –.2 9.65 -33.1 57 D.9 Spdr S&P Dividend SDY 5.19 +.3 99 B+ 155.0 bil 800–637–2929 –43 Intl Nw Ds – 3 14.84 + 3 GNMA 0 9.7 KBW Capital Markets -51.02n –.08n –. -63.29n .85 –42 MidCapGr I – 2 19.74 6.31.5 IS Lehmn MBS Fixed -41.03 –39 Value – 3 22.81 –34 S&P500 Slct – 3 15.05 + 1 Total Retrn + 1 10.58 +.02 – 8 Real Return – 4 9.04 – 4 IntDurMuni – 1 8. –38 Vista + 1 7.62 57.06 Manning & Napier Fu $ 3.5 FrstTr ISE Rev Nat Gas -31.0 52 B+ 58..42 –41 Intl Idx Sel – 5 14.41 Masters' Select $ 2.59 –2.2 60 D.03 –29 Gr & Inc – 2 14. –36 Commod RR –17 9.79 -75 -1.0 45.58n –.0 PS Dyn Dev Intl PFA 2.04 Templeton Instl Schroder Funds $ 8.. ..2 -71.1 bil 800–466–3863 –24 ProBlndExtS – 4 11.3 57 E 75.10 -1.1 20..44n +.80 -2.13 –.01n –.65 –50 Global Stock – 6 12.71 -8.5 IS MSCI Australia EWA .9 59 C+ 75.1 VG Financials -33.96 -0.87 –31 SmCapVl Rt – 6 16.35n –1.73 -0.84 -36 46.37n +.93n –.89 -5 -2.3 bil 800–258–9232 0 HgCrFxInY 0 10.3 WT DEFA DWM 2. DOO 4.7 93 C+ 86.52 -39 -2.03 -10 Sector/Industry 75.24 -3.03 –13 Diverse Inc – 3 8.5 IS DJ US Pharmactls -24.7 bil 800–580–3863 0 GovtIncomeY – 1 9.0 bil 800–637–2929 –11 Bond – 4 10.11n +. 101.0 65 D+ 137.5 99 77.7 IS Silver Trust -38.3 bil 800–247–4123 –25 Balanced A – 3 10.5 45.0 Currencyshrs Swiss Fr -48.209.04 –31 SmCapVl Inst – 6 17.6 HT Internet -45.1 48 D 32.38 –42 Foreign Eqty – 6 16.69 -41.38 .21 –.9 98 B 111.01 –40 SpecialEq – 6 38.7 100.. EWO 5.70n –.39 – 9 IntlBond – 5 5.98 –28 Genesis – 5 24.4 bil 800–873–8637 –61 East Europe – 5 6.5 Spdr S&P Emg AsiaPc GMF 2.41 .33 +.4 bil 800–542–6767 – 3 Core Bond S – 2 10.16.04 RiverSource A $ 32.38 –48 PrInSelVal – 5 5.27 -1..57 IEI 3.82 -35.3 Dow 30 Enh Prem&Inc DPO19.45 –.8 11.0 10.44 +.77 3.6 Spdr DJ Wil SC Grwth DSG 0.85 -43 -33.1 HT B2B Internet -34.3 46..0 Currencyshrs Can Dlr -44.53 -17 -0.42 RiverSource I $ 4.79n +.1 bil 800–426–0107 –18 All Asset – 4 10.1 PHO .3 31.01 –44 Intl Gr&Inc – 4 10.71n +..5 Currencyshrs Euro Tr -48.27n –.3 PS Dyn Pharma -16.93n –.60 -22 -0. –24 Diversifd Inc – 9 7.35 -0.74 –30 High Yield – 9 7.8 57 E 66.03 –21 High Yield – 3 7.29n –.4 FrstTr Ise ChindiaIndx FNI 2.6 bil 800–225–6292 –30 High Yield – 9 7.8 59 D+ 67.52 –45 Mid Cap Gr – 6 20.9 50 E 104.. –28 Bal Val A + 2 11.23 MBB 5.12 -4 -2..61 –33 Guardian – 3 11.63 -1.34n –.62 –25 StrAstBal B – 3 10.01 + 1 Tot Retn III + 2 9.01 –45 Develop Mkt – 4 26.97 .46 USAA Group $ 27. -67.60 -34.92n –.17 21.90 -9 0.5 HT Retail -24.0 43 E 80.77 –33 MA InvGrSk – 3 10..30 –13 DevLocalMkt – 5 8.49 –34 Index Eq Z – 3 8. 33.04 .3 Spdr DJ Wil Intl Rl Est -45.0 ProS Ultsht Real Est 115.3 IS DJ US Oil&Equpmt -48.40n +.14n –.41 –43 Intl Sm Cap – 7 8.01 + 1 TotRetBondI + 1 9.7 50 B.45n –.57 –.83 Van Kamp C $ 4.70 -2.03 –33 Equity Inc – 4 18.78 –26 Sm Cap Value – 6 26.46 152 -2.44.70 6.0 99 A.87 -37..97 -39 -3.61 .56 –29 All Value – 1 8.3 Spdr Consumer Stapls -9.6 KIE 3.7 46.02 – 7 Intl Bond – 4 9.00n +.68 -49 .33 -30 -3.1 Spdr Lehmn Municipl -43.08n –.6 bil 800–542–6767 –34 Index Eq S – 3 8.72 -1..2 MV Steel SLX 14 -67.0 VG Reit -39.04 –47 Intl Eq I – 7 8..45 32 -31.34 +.32n –.6 51.01n +.46 -30 -1.78 –42 SandsCapGrI r – 6 7.28 -37.11 –.93n +.37 –18 Retire Inc – 2 10.7 42.85n +. .08n –.88 –.44n –1.2 PS Emrg Mkt Sovgn -43.0 ProS Ultsht Semicond 92.21n –.82 BSV 3.14 10 -0.07 –.45 109 -0.4 17 E 26.02 – 3 Ltd Trm Gvt – 1 9.2 103.70 –41 Intl Stk Sel – 5 8.53 PZA 4. 30.78 -65 -0.8 72 C+ 69.7 46.26n –.31 –35 PtrLVa I In – 3 8.69n –.94 MFS Funds C $ 5.33 38.87 23 ..42n –2.1 63.38 –32 Global – 1 16.24n +. 30 E 54. Putnam Y $ 7.5 39 D 74.6 67.68 -41 -3.2 28 E 100.92 –.2 74.27n –..63n –1.01 –10 ForBondUnhg – 5 9.55 – 7 Rsrch Bond – 3 8.142.8 70 E 99.25n –.9 Fidelity Nasdaq Comp ONEQ 0.52 –.8 61.86 36 -15.1 48 C 110.52 -48 0.57.5 GUR 1.2 83 D.52n .61.60n –1.7 SSO 1.101.8 33 C 57.70n –.66 -33 -0.07 -73 4.03 –36 † Muhlnkmp – 2 41.08 +.83 -1.2 VG Extended Market VXF 0.34n +.9 75.8 ITB 2.01 -35.75 –49 Intl Gold A –23 9.3 PS Dyn Lrg Gr PWB .39 -0.88 –.96 14.2 99 B.27n –1.52 14.0 71.8 48 D 115.38n –. November 5.65n +.86 -19 -47.59 23.25 Matthews Asian $ 6.23n –1.27.60 -2.01 34.32n +.95 29 -2.93n –.50 32 -3.3 PS Hi Yld Eq Divdnd PEY 4.04 –29 CullenValue + 1 14.51 26.5 66 B+ 91.78 -50 -0.08 -3.7 IS DJ US Real Est -47.04 –34 TotStkIdxInv – 3 16.6 bil 800–848–0920 –35 InvDestAggr – 4 6.5 8. 16 E 60.12 –.74 –37 Lge Cp Gr A – 4 14.80 7 3.26 –22 Core Bond – 7 7.86 39.22n +.6 65 D 44.0 EPI .2 bil 800–637–2929 –35 Intl Eq – 2 13.39 –38 PtrLgGrI In – 4 5.73.1 bil 800–223–1200 – 1 Bond 0 9.79 33.2 129.33 -29 -4.32 –33 Eq Inc A – 2 13.5 ProS Ultra Semiconductor USD 11 -67.5 31.78 3 42.8 52.97 +. –36 Gr & Inc – 2 9..06n –.0 bil 800–241–4671 –10 Low Dur Bd – 2 7.01 –37 † LSV Val Eq – 5 10.8 WT Emg Mkt Hi Yld Eq DEM 1.8 21.86 –43 Small Cap –10 15.188..7 48 C 79.22 –29 Gr & Inc – 2 14. BDH 0.2 90 C+ 205..1 36 D 23.91 –.12 –1.74 61 -4.18 -4.28n +...01 –30 MA Inv Tr – 1 14.30 -1.0 30.50 Selected Funds $ 10.53 – 4 Intmd Fixed – 1 10.09 11.05 –41 Growth – 3 10.4 30 D+ 228.6 bil 800–858–6127 –37 Growth – 5 22.51n –.36 –.82 8 -15.12 – 9 StratBd – 2 9.90 24..99 –35 MidCapGrA – 6 14.8 VG Total Stock Mkt U.61 -17 5.22 –17 Strat Inc C – 7 3.16 –29 Glob Hi Yld –15 7.3 34.33 -56 2..9 IGE 1.6 15.41 LKCM Funds $ 859 mil 800–688–5526 –35 SmCapEqInst – 7 13.25 +.5 18.57 .76 -34 -0..07 -0.98 –42 Resrch Intl – 4 11.1 12.08 26.80 –.55 -61 -2.6 ProS Ultra Financials UYG 8 -73.0 59 D+ 52.85 –..62 –40 Global – 3 40.0 bil 800–638–5660 –39 Blu Chp Gr – 5 24.02 –39 DivrsEqInc – 4 7.00 CSJ 4.5 bil 800–637–2929 –22 Total Ret – 1 11. -57.77 0.38n +.99n –.47 -13 -1.1 Macrshrs $100 OilDwn -47.9 VG Small-Cp Value VBR 0.3 79 B+ 59.57 –37 Growth & Inc – 4 10. –32 Voyager + 2 13.23 -78 .19 45 -4.15n –1.69.2 99 B 112.43 INVESTORS.42 18.94 4 Wk Net 2008 % Asset NAV % Chg Value Chg Chg Fund MFS Funds I $ 8.22 – 9 Intl Bond C – 5 5.23 –40 Lg Value – 5 13.10n +.7 WT Dreyfs Brazil Real -49.4 96 B 108.34 35 -3.05 –23 Muni C – 7 13.98n –. no quote .76n –.0 VG Value VTV 4.01 –42 MdCpGrP – 2 18.23 -0.4 IS DJ US Finl Svcs -38.25 –38 LgCpGrInstl – 4 9.9 IS S&P GSTI Tech -39.1 15.73 26.30n –.53 Nationwide Funds Ins $ 4.5 111.1 PDP .30 –13 DevLocalMkt – 5 8.21n –1..05 –37 Lrg Co Gr – 3 12.43 14.61 -1.7 VG Industrials VIS 2.0 IS S&P Smcp 600 Grw IJT 0.0 ProS Ultsht 20+ Yr -44.03 – 9 Tax Ex LT – 2 11.30 -70 .32 -19 73.77 –.78 -46 -4.31 -8 0.2 50 E 22.44 -52 -2.4 52.6 107.6 IS S&P 100 Index OEF 3.06 –45 GlbRlEstIdx –11 5.67 -47 .01 –35 Lrg Cp Grow – 4 4.9 IS S&P 500 Grw Indx IVW 1.39n –.9 36..77n –.19 -0.02 29 .87 -0.26 +.5 57.45n –.8 DJ Wilshire Reit -40.97 519 -1.5 ProS Ultsht Oil & Gas 7.23 –1.77n –.11 1.52 –32 Value – 1 17.0 ProS Ultra Semicndc USD 1.50 -0.4 Spdr Technology -34.06 –1.6 IS S&P Glb Energy 2008 % Chg Fund MUTUAL FUND PERFORMANCE Div Close Vol % ’08 % Rel Acc 52-wk Symbol Yld Price Chg Chg Chg Str Dist high Fund SMN SCC SIJ SRS SSG REW SDP SZK SKF DUG BBH PJB KRE XLP XBI PJP VDC IAU IBB GLD DGL FBT IHE IAT KXI VHT PPH RTH IYK IYH IXJ DBP XLV PBE IYT IHI PMR RKH TTH UTH DBA VPU XLU IDU GAZ UNG EWL IYC BHH IYE KBE IXC 4 Wk Net 2008 % Asset NAV % Chg Value Chg Chg Fund ..6 42.2 65 B 63.22n –2.05 0 Sh Dura Govt – 1 9.00 0.35 –22 Balanced Idx – 2 16.0 IS S&P MC 400 Valu IJJ 3.8 158.9 95.7 bil 800–201–6984 –34 Affiliated – 1 9.02n .6 Nasdaq Prem Inc&Gr QQQX17.40 -0.21 .39 –34 PtrMdValI I – 6 8.2 VG Emrg Mkts .09 Thornburg C $ 3.76n –.11 –34 Equity Index A – 3 10.0 13.80 –.05n +..6 94 E 92.67 22.23 –25 Retire 2010 – 3 12.01 –35 ComStrTotRt –22 4.7 IS DJ US Hlth Provider -39.17 –47 Partners –12 17.29 –.16n –.37 –20 Bond Deben – 5 6.75 –36 Select – 3 16.45 -0.05 -35.56 –20 Bond Deben – 5 6.4 46 C+ 75. –44 Dvlp Grwth – 6 11.30 –34 PtrLgGrII I – 4 5.59n +.52 13.49 –42 IntlDivers + 1 7.2 52 D.10 15.55 –1.31 +.38 +.8 Currencyshrs Jpn Yen -52.5 47.18n –.94n –.32 –44 New Era – 5 34. – 4 Tax Fr Insur + 1 13.35 –31 StrAstCnGrA – 4 11. –34 Investors + 2 9.36 -1.01 Stratton Funds $ 1. no quote –47 Sml Mid Val – 8 19.7 bil 800–446–6662 –29 Growth – 6 26.9 bil 800–624–6782 –20 High Yld Cp – 7 4.8 59 E 57.20n –.30 –.27 –. 51 D.12 + 6 US Trs Intm 0 5.93 .7 RX S&P 500 Eql Wght RSP 2.3 ProS Ultra Oil & Gas DIG 13 -68.09n –.0 30 B.5 76 D+ 67.49 13.8 IS MSCI Untd Kingdm EWU 7. 25.61 28.99n +.54 12.54 -0.65n –.14n –.13 -1. –37 Main Street – 4 23.4 66 C 106.04 –55 Emer Mkts I – 6 14. no quote –35 Real Return – 8 8.59 42 Bond TLT 4.0 82 D 80.83 –.38.30.00 Transamerica A $ 3.52 –45 GlbGoldMtl –21 8.76 -61 4.22 .1 IS S&P Mdcp 400 Grw IJK 0.62 -34 -2.02 –27 Strat Inc C – 6 10.05 Russell Instl I $ 5. RisingDivs .01 –34 Lg Gr A – 4 16.18 19.31 –28 ManageAlloc – 2 7.65 –30 TotlRet I – 5 9.7 Clymr/BNY BRIC -55.73 –.152.68n +.54n –1.33 –.8 41 E 77.2 bil 800–257–8787 –26 Hi Yld Muni –10 14.68 4.2 51.8 102.39n –.86n –.05n –.29 – 3 Low Dur + 1 9.9 Spdr Health Care -21.18 –10 Intl Bond – 5 5.1 24.68 Rydex H $ 895 mil 800–820–0888 +11 MgdFutreSt + 6 29..51 6.5 19 E 94.64 –.25 –31 Ret2020 Adv – 4 12.66 -94 -0.2 45.44 TFI 4.44n –.12 -38.6 18.98 –.80 –.1 44. 173.06 –36 Partners –10 19.5 33.19n +..2 IS FTSE EPRA RE X-US IFGL 4.66n +.65 93 -1.5 ProS Ultra Financials UYG 4.22 -31 -5. no quote –40 Intl Growth Eq – 2 7.49n +.9 83 D+ 69.104.9 59.52 4 Wk Net 2008 % Asset NAV % Chg Value Chg Chg Fund – 2 CA TxFr Bd – 1 10.01 – 9 Global Bond – 4 8.89 Security Funds $ 1.8 IS MSCI EAFE Indx EFA 5.39 –33 Growth&Inc – 3 8.0 29 E 37.3 23.24 -2.69 –.85 0.21n –1..81.15n –.7 bil 800–595–9111 + 1 BondIndex 0 9. –27 DivStrategy1 – 2 13.09 290 4.4 VG Consumer Staples -11.75 –50 Intl Opp –11 9.96 Neubg Brm Tr $ 6..72n +.86 –1.0 102.63 –36 MktTrck All Eq – 4 9.46n +.9 23 D+ 102.1 29 D 54.90 -2.91n –1. 2008.09 .29 –31 CornerstStr – 1 17.81 – 4 Intmd Muni – 1 12.03 – 8 CoreFxdInst A – 2 9.9 68.4 bil 800–767–1729 –29 Balance – 4 17.22 –29 BalancStrat – 3 9.55 -1.01 –22 Muni A – 7 13.0 IS DJ US Region Bnks -23.89 –1.3 65.40 RS Funds $ 7.30 – 2 New Income – 1 8.7 59 B.49 -0.01 Mainstay I Fds $ 3.26 MainStay B Fds $ 1.04 –39 Enterprise – 3 9.0 60 C+ 80.04 –45 Intl Gr Ins – 4 7.8 MV Nuclear Engy -48..74 12 1.03 –46 Sm/Mid Eq –10 21.0 VG Health Care -25.53 –30 Grge Fd Bos – 2 10.53 Third Avenue —S—T—U— DOY UUP FXY CYB FXF UDN FXC FXE FXB DBV BZF FXA DBC DJP GSG 4 Wk Net 2008 % Asset NAV % Chg Value Chg Chg Fund $ 12.9 57 C 56.9 33 D.72 –1. –15 Income – 6 5..67 24.1 PIO .8 48.53 –31 LgValEq I – 3 9.96 –.05 –30 Small Co A – 5 5.3 Spdr S&P MdCp 400 MDY 1.32 Northeast Inv $ 910 mil 800–225–6704 –27 Trust –10 5.85 –..12 3.7 HT Biotech -4.14 -0.9 86 E 59.7 EEB 1.7 115.95 –.9 55 B.0 55 D+ 53.3 WT Intl Div T100 -55.5 91 A.7 41 C+ 98.7 75 B. no quote –34 StkIndex – 3 6.80 -24 1.7 33 E 15.17 –28 Genesis I – 5 33.2 48 C+ 37.98 -3..02n –1.9 -68.8 IS MSCI Spain EWP 6.55.

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M ...8` +50.23n –1.36 vs 0.88 0..6 +7.39r–0... 51.88 0.4a +1.3a +152` +20.0 –24 76 5 24 54 12 35 68 21 29 74 74 17 98 61 24 85 67 10 9 27 Elec-Contract Mfg Rtail/Whlslecmp/Cll Banks-Midwest Bldg-A/C & Heating P Real Estate Devlpmt Telecom-Wirlss Svcs Cmptr Sftwr-Edu Trnsportation-Trck Pollution Cntrl-Svcs Dvrsified Oprtions ...12 Weitz Funds $ 3....96 – 4 Stable Inc – 2 9.02 0.. ..052 M F S Charter Incm Tr .19 41.26n +.2 +16` +10a –11 +14a –16 +17a +3..09 vs 0.44n –2.....35 vs 0.0 –5. 1.02 vs 0.Annually..8 –27 65 1 Capital Senior Living –0.58 –39. 1.27 + 1 12....70 –34 Index Plus – 3 87...1 –40......11 – 7 4..96 0. +9... +12. –85 .08 1. .10 vs 0..16 –34 Small Cap – 6 21...04 .13 8. +27..57 0.0 –23.... 0.97n –1......22 – 8 Glbl Bond A – 5 3.1a +34a +90` –44 –6...48n +.5 +16 19 1 Apollo Investment .4a –2.63 10....50 14..37 16.67n –..20 0.43n –5. .. –31 60.15 5.68 r0......18 vs 0.81n –1.5 .07 1......03 – 4 8.29 .26 10...2 60 79 +7..87 –0..15 r0..14 .03 vs–0.0 ... 0.Q Enbridge Eng Mgt .026 M F S Intermed Hi Inc Fd .....13n +.13 . 8.18 + 1 15...048 Noble Corp . + 2 UltShMuniInv 0 4.45n –1.... –3.... 344 142 184 297 105 384 36.26 .35 vs 1...185 11-18 11-30 12-1 1-9 1-23 Unitrin Inc .5a –4. 0.43 0.03 8......48 +9.. .15 4.1 302 61.41n –1.14 21..89n +.5 ...09 3.6 +123a 1 32 Golden Star Res +4...Q .30 vs 0.79 +.98 – 1 44.25n –... –37....45 +97..00 0. 315 +23 37.09 0.87 Waddell&Rd Adv $ 19..0 50. 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Y .....7 –0.01 6.55 –36 Opport Inv – 7 23..24 0..64 –37 Small Grow – 6 12..... 0..3a 2. –98 –33 ..0 ....00 1.Q .47 47..89 vs 0.07 +48.89 TGEN TELK TESO TWC TWX TGA RIG TWTC USAT UPL Bldg-A/C & Heating P Medical-Biomed/Bth Chemicals-Fertilizers Mdical/Dntal-Srvcs Mdcal-Outpnt/Hm Cr Medical-Biomed/Bth Oil&Gas-Rfing/Mkt Mchnry-Gen Indstrl Insurance-Life Coml Svcs-Scrty 24.0 295 –3..13 .80 – 2 41..73 0. ....68n +.05 12-1 12-15 11-17 12-10 KB Home . industry groups..13 –37 Div Eq Inv – 4 15....4 12.01 vs–0.6a +33.5` Gibralter Inds ROCK Global Cash Access GCA Gray TV Inc GTN Great Wolf Resorts WOLF Hackett Group Inc HCKT Hawaiian Elctric Inds HE Healthsouth Corp HLS Henry Schein HSIC Hospira Inc HSP Hydrogenics HYGS Metal Proc & Fabrica Fnancial Srvcs-Misc Media-Radio/Tv Leisure-Services Cmpter-Tech Srvcs Utility-Elctric Pwr Mdcal-Outpnt/Hm Cr Medical/Dntal-Sppls Medical-Biomed/Bth Energy-Other 13.56 0.......03 +567 1.7a +133 +215a .87n –2...49 vs 0..66 –33 DiversStk I – 3 8...67 12..02 – 1 11.91n –.07 Wells Fargo Advtg I $ 4.56 vs 0.0 6.88 0.34 r0.6 0...35n –...56 2...02 + 3 ST Tax Exempt + 1 15...50 –...8 +133` +11.1 +30 735 +11` 70 41 .....66 +156 +445 873 +131 51 44 Kingsway Fncl Svcs 36..97 vs 0.1 1166 165 5..98 –0....52 vs 0.38 .77 vs 6. –26.01 +1000 42.32 8..8 –40.79 –0.25 vs–0... –35 MP AllEqGr 0 16.62 vs 0..03 vs–0.11 vs–0..07 Westcore $ 1.25n +.06 48.75n +.1 +181a +10.35 –52 EmgMktStk r – 5 15..08n +....0 –8.14 vs 0..19 vs–0...14 vs–0..2 –25 16..74 0.36 0.16 0.34 8.......71 6.15 –0.75 vs 0....83n –1.01 vs 0.46n –.12 vs 0..04 vs–0...84 –21.MUTUAL FUND PERFORMANCE INVESTOR'S BUSINESS DAILY 2008 % Chg Fund – 2 CA IntmTxEx – 6 CA LngTxEx –36 Cap Opps r –52 EmgMktStk r –38 Energy r –28 Equity Inc –44 Euro Stk Idx r –38 Explorer –36 Extnd Mkt Idx – 5 FL LngTxEx + 4 GNMA –35 Growth & Inc –34 Growth Idx –21 HiYld Corp r – 8 HiYldTxEx –22 Hlth Care r – 5 InflProSecs – 5 Ins LT Tax Ex + 5 Int Treas –44 Intl Growth r – 1 Intmd Tax Ex –11 IntmdInvGrd –14 LgInvGdAdmr – 5 LT Tax Ex + 4 LT Treas 4 Wk Net 2008 % Asset NAV % Chg Value Chg Chg Fund + 1 10.30 –26....2a Lionbridge Tech LIOX Luna Innovations Inc LUNA Maidenform Brands MFB Mannkind Corp MNKD Marchex Inc MCHX Mariner Energy Inc ME Marsh & McLennan MMC Medco Health Sols MHS MGE Energy MGEE Mueller Water Prd A MWA Cmpter-Tech Srvcs Mdical/Dntal-Srvcs Apprel-Clthing Mfg Medical-Biomed/Bth Internet-Software Oil&Gas-U S Expl Pro Insurance-Brokers Mdical/Dntal-Srvcs Utility-Elctric Pwr Bldg-Cnstr Prds/Msc 2... 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First. In the letter. Jack Kemp. it must not break our bonds of affection. (and) I am for that. He also flopped on the success of the Iraq surge. as some predicted. the main target of the Fairness Doctrine. North Carolina and New Mexico — helped push him over the top. That signals a certain realism about the urgency to develop energy from domestic sources. has real potential to forge energy independence. then moderate. and not just one side. finally finishing at well over 80% on the eve of his election. They’re all over the place. In fact. there’s no guarantee anyone will want to listen to what you say. as in the past.” she said last year. The previous high point in voter turnout among youth was 1972. While that stands in stark contrast to the far-left agenda his party promoted. . Rocking The Vote Campaign ’08: Barack Obama managed a feat few political analysts thought possible: registering college students to vote and actually getting them out to the polls. saying that if he could not support drilling for its own sake. D-N. but he neither received a broad mandate from the public nor the needed large congressional majorities. influence and could keep gamy players such as Iran and Russia from openly crossing him. It’s notable that Obama’s wave of international popularity has started to bring detested dictators. D-Calif.” As a new generation of GOP leaders resist Washington’s impending dalliance with socialism and plan for 2010 and 2012. an objective that cannot be satisfied by accepting for compensation material of such malicious falsity. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi and other Democratic leaders will be claiming that we have just witnessed a far-reaching realignment of the political landscape. ‘We are not enemies. McCain devotees. from the extreme communist left to the wacko whatever it is on the far right. many of them in college. misleading or deceptive advertising. He presents a mixed bag of signals. This helps explain the enthusiasm gap among young voters. It signals a recognition of the reality of what the public will buy into. which offers a national form for registering online. I t gives one pause when a leading Democrat compares talk radio to pornography. campaigning mostly on his compelling life story as hero and POW. those of John McCain. “Your station is committed to operating in the public interest. from Europe to Latin America to Asia. the 1996 nominee. NOVEMBER 6. Charles Schumer of New York did on Fox News a week ago while advocating a return to the Fairness Doctrine requiring holders of broadcast licenses to present controversial issues in a balanced way. but there are encouraging signs of a move toward the latter. it was sold as a tax cut. Even red states with a lot of college students — for example. But under President Obama and a revived Fairness Doctrine. That’s like allowing the emperor to regulate those who say he’s wearing no clothes. Talk radio icon Rush Limbaugh. For one. by comparison. In contrast. Obama modifies extreme positions to more palatable and realistic ones. Did this “fervor gap” prevent the possible defeat of Obama? It’s impossible to know definitively. McCain’s support never measured up to Obama’s O 80 ne of the most telling numbers in the IBD/TIPP Poll during the final days of the campaign was the survey’s unique measure of intensity among supporters of Barack Obama vs. The cash on that may be wasted. Half who supported Obama were very enthused about his candidacy. Obama also used Facebook. I need your help. even if the centerpiece of his campaign is a $150 billion alternative and green energy program. signaling that not only does he mean it when he says he will listen. Obama’s position changes tend to occur after he is subject to criticism. few believed that someone who voted for so many tax increas- The Intensity Gap Q Do you support your candidate strongly or moderately? 90% Those saying strongly Obama supporters 70 McCain supporters 60 Oct 13 Oct 17 Oct 22 Oct 27 Nov 1 Nov 3 Source: TechnoMetrica Market Intelligence es in his career had finally seen the light on Reaganomics. Obama made it easier by deploying campers to sign up students on campus. he did come around on energy development. Team Obama will soon be running the Justice Department with Democrats controlling both houses of Congress. Bill Clinton had little trouble beating him. also suffered the wounds of war. but you are allowed to intervene in another. What is also clear is that. This was music to their ears. judicial appointments and defense. But it’s not likely that he’d veto a legislated return to it. texting and other high-tech social networking tools to connect students in support of his campaign.org. But his campaign kept her on a leash and harshly complained about her anonymously in the press. but since tax hikes cause problems in a recession. not exactly admitting he’d been wrong. who’s vowed to withdraw troops from Iraq.” The Constitution guarantees the right to free speech but not to a government-mandated forum. in fact. once again. instead of always hammering away at one side of the political (spectrum). It may be a case of speaking now or forever holding your peace. told host Jim Villamicci: “I would want this station and all stations to have to present a balanced perspective and different points of view. As for the profit motive and fairness. The Republican National Committee ought to study the successful Obama model for turning out younger voters. Obama “may have opened the door to enactment of the long-deferred liberal agenda. for all of Obama’s naive ideas on foreign affairs. inevitably improving them by moving toward the center. Bingaman. As selflessly as Dole served his country in war.. which college students created to help kids navigate the various state deadlines for early voting. It’s a good start. he hired the former head of MTV’s Rock the Vote as his youth vote director. chairman of the Senate Rules Committee.” he said. . The servile show gives Obama leverage that will affect their behavior. Obama backers expressed enthusiasm and confidence that registered in the high 70s. Obama campaign general counsel Bob Bauer reminded station managers that “you have a duty ‘to protect the public from false.M. but that Republicans should remain a principled opposition.’ And to those Americans whose support I have yet to earn — I may not have won your vote.000 since the Fairness Doctrine was lifted. which would bring hope. and on those 2. where they learned organizing techniques they could take back to their campuses to fire up thousands more kids to vote for Obama. two-thirds of voters between 18 and 29 voted for Obama. As a result. but friends . Second. 2008 INVESTORS. but reason for hope. E xit polls show Obama’s core supporters weren’t just minorities. electrifying economic and social conservatives alike. disguised as a political chit. If he governs that way. Allowing people to speak doesn’t mean forcing people to listen. Some ideas win. A credible Reaganite.A10 WE SAY IT LIKE IT IS THURSDAY. Students in this election also were energized by their opposition to war. “I believe very strongly that the airwaves are public and people use these airwaves for profit. as reporter Robert Novak noted. and that willingness to listen could also open the door to more moderate positions on the United Nations. But he too had a credibility problem. it’s an advantage that he commands so much respect abroad. a Facebook founder joined the Obama campaign. a whole lot of committed Republicans didn’t think McCain — with his late conversion on the Bush tax cuts. It translates into a capacity to enhance U. while just 11% of McCain’s young supporters said the same of his. he not only will bring tolerable change. But that’s what Sen. but from ideas that work — economic freedom. But it blew it by choosing story over substance. hipper and more tech-savvy candidates to field for future presidential tickets. but also young white voters. but acknowledging the strategy’s success. Obama expressed only muted opposition to a formal revival of the Fairness Doctrine. Speaking on Albuquerque station KKOB recently. Moderate economic advisers such as Larry Summers and Robert Rubin give more reason to think this could happen. a “maverick” who four years ago mulled the idea of switching parties got the nomination by default. which leaves the door open to modifying the plan into a better deal when reality hits. .S. And it is undeniable that a big reason he chose a conservative heroine to run with him was that his own Reaganite credentials were in serious question. and I will be your president too. Another Painful Lesson For The GOP Election ’08: This year’s presidential contest was not. Third. “But there is a responsibility to see that both sides. But Obama also devised a clever plan to sign students up to vote and get them to the polls on Election Day. He also appealed to their self-interest by combining rewarding community service — high among youth’s priorities — with pay for college. but the drilling. Finally. Sen. and his soft stances on immigration and global warming — would make the ideal GOP president. President-elect Obama. Bauer also warned station managers that their broadcast licenses might be at risk. while at the same time grooming younger. as well as GoVoteAbsentee.” Bauer wrote. and some are turned off. That’s not consistent. McCain may have named as running mate one of the most exciting up-and-comers in his party in Gov. even though he put the author of the Reagan tax cuts. When the National Rifle Association ran ads attacking Obama’s position on gun rights. one of the biggest barriers to young people voting in the U.” Forcing stations “to present a balanced perspective” is not what the Founding Fathers had in mind when they wrote the First Amendment. The Right To Remain Silent Free Speech: Republicans are now officially the loyal opposition. principled assertiveness in foreign policy and defense of traditional values. his opposition to new drilling in Alaska. ‘government.” Dianne Feinstein. demanding that it “take prompt action to investigate and to prosecute” the group. though passion may have strained.S.” During the campaign. rarely topped 70% in this gauge of voter passion. The Republican Party was thus re-taught a stinging lesson in 2008: Its success. “As Lincoln said to a nation far more divided than ours. on the ticket with him. his campaign sent “cease and desist” letters to radio stations in Pennsylvania and Ohio.” he told the nation Tuesday. Just look at MSNBC and Air America. could have even beaten Barack Obama. In other words. “The very same people who don’t want the Fairness Doctrine want the FCC to limit pornography on the air. Certainly his actions in the campaign show just what team Obama’s definition of “fairness” is and what critics have to look forward to. In fact. it all will come down to whether Obama wants to impose a radical vision to change society. The broad pattern Obama shows is one of positions that start out hard. Bob Dole. during the Vietnam War. “But you can’t say. does not come from narratives that capture the people’s imagination.COM ISSUES & INSIGHTS WINNER OF THE 2008 Pulitzer Prize Hope To Change Governing: Barack Obama’s victory Tuesday came on a broad platform of hope. including Fidel Castro and Hugo Chavez.. or instead be a good president in tune with the desires of the essentially centrist public. He also chose a running mate that electrified the GOP base. He also steered them to Rock the Vote’s Web site. perhaps the strongest reason he was elected. is registration. the only demographic that voted for McCain as a group was voters 60 and older. ran ads documenting Obama’s long and close association with Weather Underground terrorist William Ayers. Obama reads history and used the tax-cutting language of Ronald Reagan to sell his economic plan. agrees. The GOP should take note. hands-off’ in one area to a commercial enterprise.000 radio stations are countless points of view. the GOP’s Reagan coalition was split apart in the primaries — with Mitt Romney getting votes from free market enthusiasts and Mike Huckabee energizing religious conservatives. do you know how many talk radio stations there are in America today? Try over 2. he could support it as part of an energy deal in Congress. Then he brought a couple thousand college students to Chicago for training in something called Camp Obama. Sarah Palin. a historic blowout handing unfettered power to the Democrats. Overall. The marketplace of ideas is already open to all.’ ” The inner quote is a clear reference to government regulations on the issuance of station licenses. O bama’s graceful victory speech thanking supporters and promising to listen to opponents could do much to make governing smoother and his presidency a success. modifying his stance in response to GOP critics. and may account for voters’ belief that Obama is the better man to fix the economy. Neither did they envision allowing the government to regulate the speech of its critics. out to flatter him to increase their own prestige. the party must also remind itself that it had a good chance to win the White House in 2008. When the American Issues Project. an unprecedented turnout. of the big public questions of the debate are aired and are aired with some modicum of fairness. Robo-calls and mailings don’t work with these voters. a private group. of course. His plan is to raise taxes on the rich. caution on government solutions. Bauer also wrote twice to the Justice Department. they may soon need permission to voice that opposition. said in response: “Sen. Jeff Bingaman. Obama learned early that the key to getting kids to the polls is peer-to-peer contact and networks. which of course worked in favor of Obama. but it’s clear that an un-GOP-sounding McCain echoed Obama and congressional Democrats in blaming “greed” on Wall Street as the cause of the financial crisis instead of strongly defending private markets over government control. But amid language of hope and change. That again signals common sense over prevailing leftist lines. Obama flip-flopped on his statement that he would destroy the North American Free Trade Agreement. the real hope is that Obama the president may be different. In the coming weeks and months. but I hear your voices.

conservative Democrats and liberal Republicans are comparably scarce. The word defines him as a person. change the terms of debate and transform our politics. McCain attacked Obama for being in “the far left lane of American politics” while Palin warned of a victory for “the far left wing of the Democrat Party. in January congressional Republicans have 177 representatives and 44 senators. Time to expect that ideological labels will no longer be enough to disqualify a politician. But conservatives should note what their current condition demonstrates: Opinion is shiftable sand. Peggy sees government as her salvation and the president as her subsidizer-in-chief. containing no seeds of intellectual rebirth. Some did.” Obama said at a Pittsburgh rally last week. Years later.READ WHAT'S REALLY GOING ON IN THE COUNTRY ISSUES & INSIGHTS THURSDAY. Peggy has good reason to do a happy dance. it seemed unimaginable that Democrats would ever lose the House. On the eve of the election. Since 1980. a fact that should give pause to people who think highrates of voting are unambiguous indicators of civic health. Today. that bad governance is good for turnout. Michelle Malkin How To Contact IBD We encourage feedback. It is the majority of a dynamic country increasingly at ease with its diversity. Clinton’s 43% plurality made him look weak in the eyes of Congress. In 2000. That combination will define his presidency. Since John Kennedy was elected from Massachusetts in 1960. Barack Obama’s sweeping electoral victory cannot be dismissed merely as a popular reaction to an economic crisis or as a verdict on an unpopular president. it is time to celebrate the country’s wholehearted embrace of democracy reflected in the intense engagement of Americans in this campaign and the outpouring to the polls all over the nation. skewed to the left. Both private and public entities are planning for a McCain-esque homeowner salvation plan for borrowers in the red. DIONNE JR.” So did the voters. the memory of losing control in 1994 still sears. Time to imagine that the patriotism of dissenters will no longer be questioned and that the world will no longer be divided between “values voters” and those without a moral compass. Above all. thereby proving. Republicans held 14. when New York had 31 congressional seats. The South is beginning to look less like the firm foundation of a national party than the embattled redoubt of a regional one. There is some basis for their urgency: A new president has a small window to launch major initiatives if he hopes to see them enacted. As recently as 1996. Obama exploded the old framework. NOVEMBER 6. PERSPECTIVE McCain Rout. so goes Vermont”). The bailout bonanza blurred the differences between the two major political parties. As this is being written. In 1980. Republicans will hold at most one urban seat. the federal government quietly reported that it will borrow a record $550 billion in the current quarter to fund the bipartisan bailout. The liberal blogosphere is a powerful force that Clinton never had to confront. large and small. he’s gonna help me. lining up for their piece of the bailout pie.5% of the popular vote. not an ideologue. Goldwater’s loss was constructive. then promised a second if the children could refrain for 20 minutes from eating the first. Republicans at last offered (in Goldwater’s words) “a choice. Taft finished third. Obama’s ability to resist.” That was on top of the trillion-plus-dollar “bank” bailout supported by both presidential candidates. my recommendation is a proven school reformer. Some of this can be accomplished by grabbing the low-hanging fruit: reversing President Bush’s order prohibiting federal funding of embryonic stem cell research. Unlike the last two Democratic presidents who came to town disdaining the ways of Washington.” This year’s energized electorate did that. With the loss of the seat on Staten Island. This year the Republican surge receded. It is difficult running against Washington while one’s party controls the presidency. And given that the morning news on Election Day was that October car sales and manufacturing activity were at their lowest levels in nearly 20 years. “big” or “small” government. his middle name will be an icon. when Clinton took office. or asking the wealthy to bear a slightly larger share of the tax burden. it invigorated his party by reorienting it ideologically. Who is Peggy the Moocher? She’s Peggy Joseph. pensions and college opportunities for all. bought within their means or locked into fixed-rate loans that they could afford are out of luck.4 trillion. but the Peggy the Moocher video shows that there are still basically two starkly contrasting views of government in this country among the rank-and-file electorate. Washington can’t afford it. that Americans were divided in an irrepressible moral conflict pitting a “real America” against some pale imitation. Personal responsibility? Hah. Walter Mondale spoke of voters wielding “their staggering power. We’re about to conduct a rerun of that test — with Democrats substituting for 4-yearolds. it is time to hope again. we chose to practice what we have been preaching. The plain. Thereafter. the White House and the Democratic leadership. If I help (Obama). naturally. ugly fact is that both major political parties are committed to spreading the wealth in one form or another. The Treasury Department plans to borrow more than a half-trillion dollars in the current October-December quarter and another $368 billion in the first three months of next year. as seems likely at this writing. But the crisis affords him an opportunity granted few presidents to reshape the country’s assumptions. If. signing the Bush-vetoed expansion of the State Children’s Health Insurance Program. I won’t have to worry about paying my mortgage. Tuesday. some didn’t. Arkansas. He defended Russia’s invasion of Georgia. There will be a lot of clamoring for marshmallows. After eight years without the White House. John Tower of Texas became the first since Reconstruction. Obama effectively channeled Oprah Winfrey’s Big Give. He is not post-racial. Those who rented. Time to hope that the era of racial backlash and wedge politics is over. Democrats often chose to accommodate themselves to conservative assumptions. Texas and Southern California. He is multiracial. attacked Washington’s “selfish” foreign policy and “economic blunders” and pledged to station new missiles near Poland’s border in response to U. as education secretary. Y es. among other things. Obama has promised to close the detention facility at Guantanamo Bay — but it will by no means be easy to figure out what to do with the remaining detainees. which would allow them to be recognized without secret ballot elections if a majority of employees signed cards supporting unionization. “It should help us. plans for an anti-missile system. McCain and Sarah Palin thought ideological name-calling would work yet again. not banning it. Challenge Ahead And the majority Obama built wants the country to be strong but also respected. With a relentless messianic campaign. a Republican president was elected. It draws in new suburban and exurban voters whose priorities are resolutely practical — jobs. Unlike Joe the Plumber. the new administration could reverse the Environmental Protection Agency’s decision to deny California the ability to regulate greenhouse gas emissions from cars and trucks.” As in: What will the government do for me? On Election Day. He was uniquely able to see the question from both sides of the color line even as he embraced his black identity. Three times they failed to nominate for president “Mr. and to dispenseavailable goodiesin anorderlyfashion. the $85-plus billion to AIG. the $25 billion to automakers. both in New England (hence the jest. “John McCain calls this socialism. those epithets didn’t hunt. not an echo. Obama. or seems. He cast the choice differently.” Goldwater’s nomination 16 years earlier had been a leading indicator — and one cause — of the country’s ideological sorting out. in 2004. considering that McCain’s often chaotic campaign earned 46% of the popular vote while tacking into terrible winds. Kansas Gov. which presaged exile from the presidency until 1953.” Obama represents the future majority. Bodes Ill For Ideological Rebirth GEORGE F. Now. not a conservative. Still. and by the other party overreaching. we have spoken of bringing free elections to the rest of the world even as we cynically mocked our own ways of doing politics. which is shaping up as a major focus. 19 of the probable 44 Republican senators — 43% of them — will be from the South. I won’t have to worry about putting gas in my car.and student-loan debtors await their turn. Democrats plan to add another $500 billion in “stimulus”-palooza legislation. who entrusted the Treasury Department to renegotiate individual home loans and become chief principal write-down agents for the nation. There are other reasons to be hopeful that Democrats can resist overreaching. Goodies Will Come But there are treacherous minefields ahead.S. In 1960. With a bolstered Senate majority. who exulted earlier this week at a Barack Obama rally that this was “the most memorable time of my life. Tuesday’s trouncing was more dispiriting for conservatives. Republican.com Letters To The Editor must include name. researchers gave 4-year-olds a marshmallow.” You can’t blame Peggy the Moocher for viewing Obama as the superior Santa Claus. Estimated total for the whole year: $1. Yet the experience of President Clinton’s rocky early months — remember gays in the military? The BTU tax? — suggests the steep political price of governing in a way that is. there were no Republican senators from the South. She voted with the expectation that the Spreader of Wealth will reward her with payback.” Obama ran as a progressive. Credit-card companies. by ideas. and that market capitalism could succeed without an active government regulating it in the public interest and modestly redistributing income to temper inequalities. insurance companies. California. (In 1961. when the Republican nominee against FDR.. such as New York City Schools Chancellor Joel Klein. With Tuesday’s defeat of Connecticut Republican Chris Shays. RUSSIANPRESIDENTDMITRYMEDVEDEVusedhisfirst stateofthenationspeechinMoscow WednesdaytoassailtheUnitedStates in harsh tones that surprised some observers. and the $200 billion in capital and credit lines to Fannie and Freddie. but also as a pragmatist. and car. Voters Agree In choosing Obama and a strongly Democratic Congress. These three words are: “Do for me. It’s all just a question of how much and how quickly. Obama’s victory puts him in a stronger position to resistdemands from Capitol Hill. conservatives have claimed to speak for the “silent majority. Unlike Goldwater’s. Obama inherits challenges that could overwhelm any leader and faces constraints that will tax even his exceptional political skills. Conservatives can take some solace from the fact that four years after Goldwater won just 38. Bush won 11. Gay rights activists want him to end “don’t ask. and two years in which a Democratic majority in Congress found itself stymied in delivering on its promises. “As Maine goes. the 4-year-olds with greater impulse control were better adjusted. there were 29 congressional seats in New England and Republicans still held 15. These are the worst Republican results in consecutive elections since the Depression-era elections of 1930 and 1932 (153 and 22). though the judgment rendered on President Bush is important. strong families and personal responsibility. Expect at least one Republican at State or Defense. which the heavily Democratic Congress elected in 1964 promptly did. a voter in Sarasota. He honored faith’s role in public life but rejected the marginalization of religious minorities and nonbelievers. AP VIEWPOINT Obama Victory Brings To An End Conservative Era Rooted In Myths E. This risk is particularly acute for Obama. An edgy Democratic choice that underscores Obama’s independence would be a smart complement. And who knows what else we’ll be redistributing to the indebted states of New York. For the current congressional leadership. the country put a definitive end to a conservative era rooted in three myths: that a party could govern successfully while constantly denigrating government’s role. those who thought it right supported McCain by a nearly identical margin. Although John McCain’s loss was not as numerically stunning as the 1964 defeat of Barry Goldwater. He explicitly rejected the idea that Americans were choosing between “more” or “less” government. And mortgage payment relief. “Our government should work for us. McCain assailed massive government spending — while promising to heap on more massive government spending to pursue homeownership and retention at all costs. “Everybody gets a car!” “Everybody gets a car!” And gas. Woodrow Wilson won. He emphasized reducing abortion. son of the capsized president. McCain’s loss was sterile. But the damning reality for fiscal conservatives is that John McCain’s plan for homeowners underwater on their mortgages was even more generous than Obama’s. who won 16 fewer states and 122 fewer electoral votes than McCain seems to have won as of this writing. to lift the rule prohibiting federal funding for international family planning organizations that perform or promote abortions. unions will press for passage of the Employee Free Choice Act. The conservative ascendancy that was achieved in 1980 reflected a broad consensus favoring government more robust abroad and less ambitious at home — roughly the reverse of Tuesday’s consensus. the enlarged contingent of Blue Dogs and other conservative Democrats applies additional countervailing force. It’s a swell idea for everyone who bought overpriced homes with adjustable-rate mortgages. The way he campaigned and the way he won suggest he intends to do just that. is surrounded by people who understand how to navigate the tensions between a Democratic president and a Democratic Congress. as Clinton did. for all his change rhetoric. liberal and conservative Republicans coexisted uneasily. But the winner of Campaign 2008 is Peggy the Moocher. and sign a federal law preventing job discrimination on the basis of sexual orientation. The only sane thing to do in response? Stop paying your mortgage and get in line.6 million (23%) more than in 2000. Ruth Marcus Going Green But the new president will also need to produce some evidence that he can produce the change that he promised. the economic crisis may give Obama more fiscal flexibility to spend money on projects now — expect to hear a lot about the “green recovery. when party liberals deserted President William Howard Taft and supported the third-party candidacy of former President Theodore Roosevelt. and enacting an equal pay law overturning the Supreme Court’s decision in the case of Lilly Ledbetter. the Republican Party retains a remarkably strong pulse. On energy. abortion and religious orthodoxy. Goldwater’s candidacy closed an argument that had roiled Republicans since 1912. understood as including Oklahoma and Kentucky. not against us. willbekey tothe success of his presidency. address and daytime phone number (for verification only). proof of America’s commitment to religious pluralism. the leftward precincts of his party are not inclined to either compromise or patience. Iraq was on the ballot after all: Pew’s final survey found that those who thought the decision to go to war in Iraq was wrong backed Obama by better than 5-1. It was the Republican. a grievance-mongering wife touting him as the country’s soul-fixer and a national infomercial promising to take care of every need from night classes to medical bills to rent and fuel-efficient cars. And Obama not only broke the ultimate racial barrier. more dependable and had higher SAT scores.” This year. 2008 A11 ON THE LEFT ON THE RIGHT Obama Job 1: Prioritizing Party Demands Moochers Are Real Winners In Election ’08 P S resident-elect Obama needs to think about how to handle the marshmallows. . You know. The good news is that his advisers seem exquisitely aware of this trap and determined not to fall into it. It can be shifted. before Tuesday. Robert Taft.” with stimulus money dedicated to renewable energy — if he can show a plausible pathway to restraint in the future. Reach the editorial department by writing to: 00 IBD Letters To The Editor 12655 Beatrice St. For years. not the Democrat. schools and transportation — and who dislike angry quarrels about gay marriage. Alf Landon. It is the majority of a culturally moderate nation that warmed to Obama’s talk of the importance of active fathers.) But when the next Congress convenes. Massachusetts and all the other Peggy the Moochers. We reserve the right to edit for length and clarity.” But a substantial majority rather likes spreading the wealth if doing so means health coverage. with conservatives confined to the congressional wing. Obama’s appointments will also send an important early signal. “I call it opportunity. carried only two states. After the 1936 election. His $300 billion “rescue” involved directing the Treasury secretary to “purchase mortgages directly from homeowners and mortgage servicers. they have just three of 29. John McCain believed he could win by at- tacking Obama as a “socialist” who had said he would “spread the wealth around. No matter who moves into the White House. Different Choice Right to the end. Fla. they will be weaker than at any time since after the 1976 elections. It also describes the broad coalition that he built and the country he will lead. whose opponents have painted him as a leftist extremist. when they were outnumbered in the House 292-143 and the Senate 61-38.J. Paradoxically. CA 90066 00 Via e-mail: ibdletters@investors. orry to break the bad news to Joe the Plumber. all of the elected presidents (leaving aside Gerald Ford). Bush won 11 million (29%) more votes than Bob Dole won in 1996. Joe just wants Washington to leave him alone to fend for himself. the evening news was unsurprising. came from Georgia. Los Angeles. Women’s groups want Obama. Since the Nixon era. Obama will have to contend with the hydraulic force of pentup Democratic demands for action. WILL G raciously conceding as vice president in 1980. George W. In the classic psychology experiment on delayed gratification. not hurt us. an indication that bipartisanship in an Obama administration will not be mere window dressing.” he would say. utilities. but also spoke about race as no other politician ever has. and prudent in its use of power. For large parts of the world.” Why? As she told a Florida reporter on a YouTubevideo that has been viewed by hundreds of thousands: “Because I never thought this day would ever happen. Republicans seem to have lost a total of 55 House and 11 Senate seats in the last two elections. as Goldwater understood.” Ohio Sen. “E pluribus unum” is no longer our national motto. It reflects the forward-looking optimism of the young. Democrats hold all 22 New England seats. after Tuesday. don’t tell” for gays in the military.

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Strike Last Date Price Vol Price Date Price Vol Price Date Price Vol Price Date Price Vol Price Call Open Interest Put Open Interest Index 259.2k 6 50 311 8 45 no tr p92 14k 2 69 942 4 75 1...2k 0 20 2...3k 2 10 35 4 no tr Close 23... c465 185 14 10 29 23 .7k 5 45 6 8 12 no tr PoloRLau Close 48..18 WholeFd 10. Price Vol. . Price Dec cJan10 12 50 1.. 100 7 30 122 20 c535 1..13 Mar p40 204 0 14 2..0k 7 15 1.2k 5 50 10 7 62 12 7 20 c61 142 1 50 13 3 52 4.2k 0 90 p93 c94 p94 c95 p95 c96 p96 c97 p97 c98 p98 c99 p99 p100 c100 p101 c101 p102 c102 c103 p103 c104 p104 c105 p105 c106 c107 c108 c109 c110 c112 Nov Dec Close 31...7k 0 05 no tr 48 0 60 NokiaCp Close 16.0k 2 60 c5 1..9k 2 92 226 4 79 112 5 80 p90 2...8k 0 59 c27 50 no tr no tr 2..1k 3 40 cJan10 30 537 2 60 pJan10 150 5..17 2.7k 5 55 Caterp p37 50 1425 55 no tr 5... .14 Jan c10 3..2k 18 58 24 10 34 p455 256 16 40 ...1k 0 78 Close 83.. P Strike Last Last Last C Price Vol..9k 3 60 38 5 20 1.72 cJan10 30 1.90 41229 Nov 30 Put 31.1k 2 75 20 2 80 188 5 54 p49 no tr no tr 2...85 746 9 50 FedrDS Total Put Vol.77 952.5k 0 90 no tr c10 no tr 2.. .STOCK OPTIONS A12 THURSDAY. Price Dec Nov Dec Close 12....185 5.. 168 97 30 130 111 .78 Jan c50 2.24 Mar c98 2.6k 2 30 27 3 20 575 5 p30 3.64 Jan p330 116 0 18 70 2 03 .25 45532 Mar 60 Put 96.32 VMware 27.4k 0 85 1...77 952.....6k 4 90 p20 109 1 25 3.9k 1 75 101 3 104 4 MasterCd Close 155...79 Mar c25 3..7k 0 65 150 1 20 p17 1..430 3.2k 0 79 3.00 MorgStan 17. .8k 1 40 1.00 Mar p25 no tr 10k 3 40 no tr c35 no tr 2. c520 98 22 50 20837 05 251 70 p530 737 32 2.2k 60 . .05 .232 Bank Idx 45..80 Jan c74 2..8k 0 35 9..7k 1 27 413 2 09 663 2 46 c14 38k 1 27 640 2 08 2. Price Vol.1k 2 55 p70 4.6k 1 85 1...9k 1 45 90 2 70 no tr p33 5..6k 0 71 1 2 no tr c30 3.........4k 0 40 no tr no tr ArcelorMit Close 24. Price c60 2.00 Citigrp SPX500 SPX500 SPX500 SPX500 SPX500 SPX500 SPX500 SPX500 SPX500 SPX500 SPX500 SPX500 SPX500 SPX500 SPX500 SPX500 SPX500 SPX500 SPX500 SPX500 .6k 1 85 235 2 98 20 3 75 c45 618 0 71 4.30 Jan p17 50 5..5k 2 66 192 3 88 c33 34k 0 96 5.7k 2 40 754 3 c2 50 10k 0 35 2.4k 4 30 400 9 85 9.3k 1 31 498 1 75 p15 7.7k 1 81 2 10 no tr Nucor Close 35.11 pJan11 20 556 7 MicronTc 65 71 pJan10 5 22k 1 cJan10 65 1..80 +25..19 6. 18 6 35 p94 163 4 65 15 6 70 1 7 20 c94 119 2 27 3 5 85 .. Price Vol. P Strike Last Last Last P Strike Last Last Last P Strike Last Last Last P Strike Last Last Last Eastern and do not reflect after-hours settlements/trading.4k 1 84 4.75 11....30 Vol 26946 22565 22313 21310 21154 20174 17186 16499 15453 13974 12318 11816 11226 10775 10656 9138 8090 7723 7359 6921 ProctGam ProctGam MetLife SPDR SPDR SPDR SPDR ProctGam SPDR ChesEng PwNasd100 Anheusr ProctGam DJIA Diam SPDR Yahoo SPDR ProctGam Apple Amazon Stock Optn Optn Price Price Chg.0k 1 82 84 3 c32 12k 1 43 2. DJ Inds Close 91.77 Feb ColgPl Close 63...8k 4 30 no tr c185 1 1 80 5.. . 281 11 21 ..1k 1 25 no tr p45 310 0 20 14k 1 10 23 1 70 c22 50 4.7k 1 30 no tr HomeDp Close 22.... .31 Feb p7 570 0 23 4.0k 3 70 224 4 50 43 5 20 DJIA Di fr Close 91.36 cJan10 7 50 3. NOVEMBER 6..2k 3 10 1. ..3k 0 85 12k 1 75 97 2 55 c20 11k 0 15 67 0 70 61 1 65 PainTher Close 8.00 – 3. provided exclusively for IBD readers by Optionetics.562 Oil Idx 14.60 pJan10 30 1...42 Jan Autodesk Close 74. 3 25 90 203 40 .4k 0 23 no tr no tr c19 1.97 cJan10 20 467 4 40 HewlettP 36.12 Feb p20 11k 1 04 2.8k 2 13 c16 11k 0 59 3..8k 1 75 188 2 75 105 4 60 IBM Close 89.65 Jan p14 1. ... .0k 6 40 c40 494 2 40 2. Strike Last Date Price Vol Price Anadrk cJan10 45 AbtLab pJan10 55 cJan10 55 Agrium 55.0k 6 65 3....05 305177 Nov 95 Call 63..35 Jan p7 50 3..7k 3 30 c12 15k 2 45 452 3 20 no tr p12 11k 0 48 477 1 19 no tr c13 11k 1 77 761 2 60 no tr p13 5.5k 3 20 135 3 70 15 4 75 HomeDp fr Close 22..3k 4 05 p19 3.73 Mar p27 50 1...9k 7 90 11k11 50 c17 5. p900 133 1 55 1 7 83 .46 Mar c12 50 2.0k 0 80 117 1 37 178 1 76 61 c12 1.0k 0 70 ETrade 10 c3 3.50 –22..2k 4 25 84 6 45 CocaCola Close 44.6k 59 2762 80 11 42 80 2.75 cJan10 25 796 8 30 2 50 389 1 36 BankAm 2 50 443 1 cJan10 12 50 428 10 50 pJan10 35 389 13 50 5 644 3 45 pJan11 45 341 23 50 cJan10 40 620 2 60 60 5 434 0 cJan10 70 1... 1 29 50 6. ...50 32730 Nov 80 Put 63....3k 1 01 1. Strike Last Exp.0k 2 20 449 3 10 4.9k 1 83 p32 50 4.4k 0 15 86 0 80 40 2 40 SPDR Close 96.30 –10..7k 8 25 136 8 50 17 9 60 50 09 Close 31. .0k 0 28 1..8k 0 25 1.0k 4 90 no tr p13 3.48 Jan LEAPS Exp.2k 7 05 MasterCd 155. c1230 17.4k 4 30 cJan10 2 50 1.... .30 pJan10 493 16 60 BostSci 604 11 25 cJan10 Index Price 952.4k 2 1.0k 0 36 20 1 93 Qualcom Close 35.7k 0 90 205 1 90 16 3 50 Macys Close 10...93 + 0.00 13. .6k 0 50 no tr no tr p39 2.9k 1 15 226 2 57 c21 6.....8k 5 90 c12 50 5.0k 0 10 pJan10 7 50 625 2 70 pJan10 90 672 15 46 pJan10 30 530 22 50 cJan10 120 1.78 Mar c25 78 0 03 no tr 3..6k 3 70 ChinaLfe Close 33.83 59.15 pJan10 65 1.7k 3 20 633 4 40 16 6 70 CIT Grp Close 5.36 Mar 50 25 p12 1.7k 0 47 136 0 69 WllsFrgo Close 31. ...24 Feb p35 2.. p1075 968 6 60 926 38 .66 Jan c10 1. .. . c1400 c1425 c1450 c1475 c1500 c1550 113 32 35 67 .4k 3 49 2.39 Comcst sp 1 cJan10 20 4 15 ConocPhil 3 55 cJan10 75 0 74 cJan10 80 12..6k 0 135 0 p12 2.3k 0 05 695 0 27 no tr p25 7. Option Totals Exchange Total Call Volume NYSE AMEX Boston Chicago ISEC Philadelphia Totals 279..645.1k 1 10 35 c11 1.7k 0 70 Close 21..71 Jan GenDyn p45 5..1k 5 418 7 p40 2..8k 0 47 3. 141 80 14 78 ..2k 1 20 436 1 50 c5 5.0k 1 no tr no tr Hercules Close 17... Price Vol.. c495 634 3 30 1611 10 .4k 0 no tr no tr Citigrp Close 12...25 cJan10 12 500 0 80 cJan11 7 50 815 1 70 NewsCpB 9.0k 1 82 235 3 20 p18 28k 1 49 3....25 Jan p11 2.1k 2 05 70 p30 3. c1075 c1085 c1090 p1100 2.71 Feb FosterWh p55 21 0 35 2..1k 17 70 22k 38 6.6k 0 85 no tr 11 1 90 p15 1..20 +10.6k 1 46 89 3 10 no tr p50 2.5k 0 36 no tr 92 4 60 2.70 – 1..6k 0 44 953 0 85 no tr MetLife Close 35..3k 1 75 no tr p26 43 1 35 2.6k26 45 no tr no tr SpdrGold nya Close 72.6k 0 50 2.58 Jan p85 5.... 95 40 68 3 222 63 1.6k 1 95 no tr no tr BrMySq c80 no tr 2 0 15 3..63 + 0.4k 0 43 2..2k 51 2. Total Put Put Open p680 20 0 80 676 5 50 .799 p775 206 4 28 15 1.7k 3 10 91 5 44 c57 50 4.. p340 114 0 20 75 2 77 .. 413 42 80 1.0k 1 91 no tr c60 376 5 19 15k 6 70 20 7 80 p22 50 7.3k 2 70 p35 2.....0k 0 90 no tr iSh20 TB Close 95..2k 0 51 5.5k 1 05 558 1 60 Merck Close 28.0k 4 Intel Close 15..0k 3 12 LVSands Close 11.73 Weyerhsr 33.2k 0 12 no tr no tr Close 12. .. p1100 348 10 50 9330 32 434 40 p1125 100 12 73 2934 20 32 38 p1150 304 16 68 ...0k 0 04 250 0 48 5 1 32 c39 6.30 21... 208276 Nov 25 Call 35..23 Jan p20 1.69 Mar p27 50 2. Price Nov P Strike Last Last Last C Price Vol. .3k 4 60 BarickG 15 Close 39..0k 2 60 500 3 50 88 3 40 c60 2.. .77 Dec p825 p830 p835 p840 p850 p870 p875 p890 p900 c900 Nov Nov 22 0 35 2.3k 1 56 3.1k 0 70 272 1 59 77 3 10 VascoDta Close 10.98 – 0...6k 1 1.0k 0 85 17.5k 1 90 Monsnto Close 87.2k 1 15 no tr p43 3.3k 2 60 347 3 10 2.18 Feb Apple Close 3. ...93 pJan10 40 652 8 70 iShMexico 33...7k 1 15 Close 31.....0k 1 05 504 1 74 no tr p22 5.095 SP100Eur st 2.0k 5 30 10211 82 PriceTR Close 38.4k 0 01 no tr 210 0 49 PulteHms Close 10.9k 0 10 no tr no tr c14 2.93 Mar c57 50 2.8k 0 14 no tr 874 0 73 c20 3. .0k 5 80 pJan11 50 342 20 30 pJan10 10 571 2 15 VarianS 21. . Price Vol.65 Mar p45 3. ........92 Mar Bk of Am c25 2.80 0... 1.6k 0 565 1 41 123 2 57 c17 52 0 1. Volume Interest p690 35 1 10 6.0k 8 40 SwnEngy 36..4k 0 85 20 1 65 no tr MorgStan Close 17. c1125 c1145 c1150 p1150 .0k 2 50 30 3 50 1 5 90 c40 8...0k 0 25 no tr 164 1 50 145 8 80 .3k 0 66 198 1 44 ExxonMob 59 p12 50 20k 1 05 4.1k 7 75 45510 15 c10 1.3k 0 10 192 0 64 235 1 34 Bruns 52 238 1 99 260 3 60 p2 50 no tr 1... 2.6k 9 75 839 13 28215 30 c40 3.19 1. .... . .3k 0 54 8 0 88 no tr .. .4k 3 70 c35 123 0 10 2.687 8.. ..10 – 2.70 + 6..9k 2 21 15 4 73 p55 1.....51 Mar p40 4.3k 0 58 p55 8 0 35 12 1 40 3. p610 107 96 13597 01 30106 40 c620 p620 .7k 0 24 295 0 61 412 1 09 c45 372 0 10 178 0 31 3.60 Jan c135 1.0k 4 80 704 6 80 116 7 60 Citigrp fr Close 12.2k 7 9311 60 6815 15 c160 1.0k 1 89 no tr p23 5....5k 3 50 147 4 90 100 7 UltraPetr Close 47.3k 2 77 299 4 05 no tr c52 1.8k 0 38 11k 1 08 no tr c18 5..6k 4 70 p50 3. Price Vol. . .3k 0 60 no tr 144 1 70 p14 1.....5k 4 cJan10 30 513 0 19 Merck 28.0k 8 40 3. .2k 0 35 104 0 70 MerrillLyn Close 19.70 5....6k 0 77 1....2k 4 02 255 6 10 no tr p85 1.70 + 0.... Price Vol.COM/OPTIONS p22 50 p25 p30 c30 P Strike Last Last Last C Price Vol.8k 0 45 2..75 pJan10 35 1.. 453 115 89 497 120 74 p465 383 19 ..7k 3 40 76 6 40 2211 22 37k 4 60 433 7 10 1. .7k 3 90 750 6 60 812 62 p85 1.. .55 Mar c50 10 0 46 10 1 81 2. ... ...480 934.25 Feb p35 3. Closing prices are as of 4 p...001 A daily article about option strategies. .5k 0 65 9.1k 0 41 5.340.40 22108 Dec 55 Call 51. 284.9k 2 cJan10 5 482 1 PwNasd100 31.1k 27 10 . ..7k 0 15 294 0 45 303 1 77 p65 2..0k 3 50 iSh Kor Close 28. ..6k20 80 3. .7k 5 221 7 352 8 p20 2.1k 2 10 no tr SP Consum Close 21.75 Jan p25 2. .00 Mar p20 1.88 Jan p145 47 4 20 14710 80 ..8k 0 95 509 2 05 652 2 73 DJIA Diam Close 91.9k 0 15 no tr 545 0 46 BB&T Close 33.5k 0 99 78 2 59 4 20 OilSvcHT Close 97.8k 2 50 120 6 20 85 8 08 p90 3. Price Vol.9k 3 65 20 3 90 no tr PepcoHld Close 17..0k 4 60 5.6k 0 55 343 1 1..7k 5 20 1 7 30 212 50 p17 50 2.0k 1 40 GenElec 19.. .... Price Vol.0k 24 1.36 Mar p35 2.0k 0 30 4 1 no tr p20 3.6k 1 41 90 2 07 c20 10k 0 85 1.7k 1 25 1.9k 0 61 201 1 03 5 1 89 Dell Inc Close 12. .77 952..7k 2 73 251 3 99 no tr SanDisk Close 10.0k 3 15 10 5 p47 6..6k 0 68 39 1 62 c45 3...1k 0 10 499 0 35 5 1 20 48 Close 22.3k 1 31 22 3 no tr p350 1.6k 0 54 53 2 08 Close 51.0k 0 27 1.. 186 0 28 841 2 05 166 6 65 c475 430 17 217 50 .1k 0 85 977 1 72 64 2 84 c18 18k 0 80 4.68 Jan c25 3.56 cJan10 12 409 3 cJan10 17 50 3.8k 0 10 1.5k 1 19 1...0k23 20 c120 10k 0 90 737 3 27 2.8k 0 85 p25 no tr 271 3 20 5....09 cJan10 400 814 49 4.7k 0 89 c20 9.5k 1 35 4 2 20 30 2 60 p55 1. 107 9 60 .37 cJan10 32 50 1.55 pJan10 10 764 40 556 6 30 cJan10 17 50 2..8k 0 80 494 1 68 no tr p14 6.9k 0 20 2.4k 4 83 406 6 90 311 55 28k 3 25 12k 5 80 67 8 65 5. .0k 3 70 pJan11 30 829 15 10 cJan10 55 1...0k 0 37 289 1 11 129 2 11 c80 160 5 70 3.7k 19 no tr no tr iShsChi25 Close 24.9k 3 95 c69 2.. p950 94 3 30 13 ..2k 0 18 no tr Mirant Close 16..1k 5 35 256 8 25 13911 55 c55 8. .8k 3 15 194 5 5 9 70 c90 2.1k 203 eBay Close 14.6k 0 35 2......3k 6 05 3..0k 0 65 p20 62 0 40 no tr 5.5k 8 40 27411 80 1417 40 c90 3..3k 2 77 7. . ..2k 2 65 362 4 25 62 6 50 p40 1.53 Mar p5 2.. is now available at our companion Web site.44 42232 Nov 30 Call 24.0k 0 15 no tr no tr SemicHlTr Close 19. SP100Eur Close 455. 2.70 Indexes Exp. ...6k 0 04 130 0 24 no tr p23 4..67 pJan10 55 1.. Price Vol....6k 2 25 60 4 20 10 8 UNUM Close 17......1k35 50 1040 30 p520 949 26 40 109 40 .20 cJan10 55 399 0 05 pJan10 35 393 16 pJan10 20 740 4 45 Kinross 12.8k 0 75 155 1 20 10 2 75 p30 3.6k 1 15 1 2 55 c35 2. ... .81 15.0k 0 20 44 1 20 iShEMkt fr Close 24.1k 2 10 4 70 1.1k 0 70 1.5k 3 40 no tr VirginM Close 6.6k 0 75 no tr 200 4 11 c57 2.3k 4 90 cJan10 70 2.50 + 2.0k 4 c80 5. 729 9 67 . ...4k 15 70 .599 78..2k 1 84 55 3 25 Terex Close 16.3k 0 35 426 1 6 2 40 p105 10k 6 60 72510 20 48912 50 CapOne Alcoa Close 11.. 130 80 SP100Euro Close 455.9k 2 30 1 4 76 MolCoorsB Close 41.20 – 1. ..4k 4 60 546 7 85 7310 80 p60 2..6k 3 50 59 4 80 236 5 10 p31 2.9k 1 2.92 0.99 Mar p15 10k 0 84 4.0k 3 6812 60 .7k 5 AMovilL Close 31. ...4k 1 Anadrk Close 35...81 GenMotrs 5.98 4..4k 1 no tr p15 334 1 60 2. c95 161 1 78 180 4 10 10 5 75 c96 247 1 56 20 3 79 7 4 80 c97 3. c25 2.. .8k 0 75 p20 589 0 25 15k 0 80 214 1 25 ATower p25 1.3k 5 50 .7k 0 12 4.1k 0 20 no tr 41 1 76 PrS UlShRE Close 130.7k 1 20 277 1 85 222 2 12 c11 3.. Price Vol. .2k 0 32 121 0 93 FM C&G c20 3.5k 2 75 cJan10 30 823 pJan10 20 1.5k 1 83 328 3 10 10 6 p53 3.. p390 209 3 90 1 9 ....68 Jan c37 4.3k 2 35 403 4 17 6 90 c65 2.4k 0 25 . Price Vol.77 pJan10 17 50 2.. 50 0 48 786 1 30 5 5 38 c25 2.0k 2 no tr no tr Goldcorp Disney Close 24.... Price Vol.6k 2 74 626 4 05 30 6 20 c55 3.2k 1 35 468 1 74 3.9k 0 17 1.7k 0 73 57 2 21 no tr c370 1.149 168.1k 1 30 1..7k 1 10 30 3 70 iShBrazil Close 38. 1133 05 c500 248 33 27 3246 37 ... .15 Jan p9 205 0 25 3....83 1.14 cJan10 15 481 2 70 cJan10 30 565 0 75 cJan10 45 480 0 39 Schlmb 50..9k 0 71 no tr no tr p42 50 2.55 –23.. .0k 0 25 175 0 45 Gap 3 0 25 2...8k 1 90 80 3 60 US NGFd Close 30..2k 4 70 XTO Energy Close 35.746 64. .75 60..46 Feb p10 11k 0 85 192 1 30 100 1 65 Target Close 37.2k40 70 476 12 80 1 26 .. .4k 0 24 no tr no tr 15k 0 16 no tr 25 3 50 2.0k 3 95 269 9 13410 92 c95 2..0k46 10 2.0k 0 86 469 2 195 4 20 c60 4.15 Feb p17 50 4.77 952....14 Jan c5 2.00 Jan c25 1.4k 0 65 3.. p470 2. .0k 2 19 no tr 30 3 40 c7 50 2..9k 3 60 1 4 80 c51 4.. Index SPX500 Rus2000 Nasd100 DJ Inds SP100 SP100Eur SP100Euro OilSvc GS Idx 245. p630 ..51 Jan p7 50 8. 20 Most Active Index Options C Price Vol.9k 3 ASML Hld 27..5k 5 35 c28 13k 0 61 327 1 41 7 2 94 c30 no tr no tr 4..0k 6 95 Elan 6....75 Mar iShREst Nov Dec 2.7k 0 50 175 1 79 23 5 05 c25 1.48 cJan10 100 1..1k 2 70 ViacomB Close 19. 20 Most Active Stock Options Optn Chg.6k 0 35 no tr 220 1 95 c12 2..00 Mar p15 2.7k 58 21579 20 373 30 15242 40 5 30 53 10547 50 23 52 60 100 92 27..81 0..37 Mar 75 c8 3.7k 2 43 20 3 50 p49 6.... .....2k 0 10 no tr no tr SPDR fr Close 96...6k 6 pJan10 12 379 1 95 70 2.5k 23 1632 50 1530 90 c460 464 16 70 234 10 .5k 1 45 1 3 90 BiotechH p35 68 3 80 1... p100 72 9 2310 20 12511 20 c100 470 1 10 31 2 11 1.2k 1 45 205 2 35 19 2 60 c20 3.8k 6 45 9311 85 7513 48 c93 1. .6k 0 90 19 3 40 EMC ..81 0..5k10 40 10k 2 95 152 5 55 117 8 55 26k 4 85 2.2k 2 05 no tr p24 110 1 75 5.4k 27 6..460 5..0k 0 10 11k 0 45 8.0k 180 60 .2k 76 70 Suntech pDec09 600 571131 4 pJan10 10 0 cJan10 50 Rus2000 SanDisk 10.0k 7 60 CVS Cp 30. c12 50 no tr no tr 1..25 50 FanniMae 0.1k 0 60 315 1 20 no tr p23 5..5k 8 70 24 7 50 17 8 10 WmsSon Close 9..2k 4 117 7 90 p90 52k 1 93 4....6k 7 22 24 .. . .4k 60 ...8k 0 53 451 1 02 177 1 75 c20 905 0 05 1.. . c102 96 0 28 12 1 63 1 3 07 c108 .15 cJan10 50 500 1 20 cJan11 12 50 380 0 85 Novellus 15.6k 5 90 17 6 20 no tr 20 c39 6.9k 2 15 c20 2.30 –17.1k 4 20 88 5 30 6 7 08 c15 1.8k 4 40 71 5 10 no tr 6 0 15 2.6k 0 21 1..3k 1 80 6 2 25 1.. .. p1000 219 4 20 5017 20 ..4k 0 20 11k 0 90 no tr p75 4.682 139..81 25.2k 0 86 p80 2. 17 60 1550 60 38108 342 56 50 . c540 243 0 25 15 2 40 10 4 90 c555 160 0 10 .972 1.47 Jan p405 133 4 10 .77 Feb p7 1. p700 4.29 33169 Dec 65 Call 64.5k 0 60 41 0 80 p12 1.0k 4 20 AT&T 2.45 + 0.5k 5 15 no tr no tr c95 2.0k 2 25 no tr c15 Close 19. p510 447 22 64 1.1k 1 03 1. . p155 192 9 30 6515 30 . .2k 2 45 p18 1.30 3... p350 354 1 10 53 4 16 ..1k 4 40 359 5 35 10 6 50 c45 5. 4.. Price Vol.62 Mar c30 2. c90 130 4 35 3 8 54 .4k 1 85 53 4 30 11 6 40 Humana Close 33. ..1k 8 25 SPX500 Close 952.5k 2 80 cJan10 25 1.78 Jan c45 3.1k 1 40 no tr p5 2.03 Comcast 16. p550 58 42 60 4.0k20 70 c115 10k 1 82 917 4 70 603 6 90 c30 Close 40.3k 8 50 1.99 Mar p15 no tr 2.8k 0 39 2.6k 0 10 872 0 15 103 0 40 AtlasPipel AmExp Close 27...0k 2 64 400 5 95 93 9 14 p55 7.6k 0 06 cJan10 45 608 1 70 11..87 Jan p125 1..78 65 cJan10 15 517 0 pJan10 15 497 5 49 CocaCola 44..9k 2 75 3 60 7 5 20 p15 2. Price Vol... . Price Vol. . c515 609 1 20 11 6 50 .15 Feb p25 8....3k c1100 c1110 p1125 .80 cJan10 12 50 3... .380 2.8k 1 80 118 15 .60 91000 Nov 90 Put 96.. C Price Vol..0k 16 70 cJan10 2 50 365 1 25 pJan10 80 815 18 80 pJan10 5 9..7k 0 15 2. Price Vol.6k 1 02 335 2 16 no tr p46 1.88 Mar c50 1.19 1...8k 1 10 cJan10 7 50 27k 0 82 cJan10 40 359 2 25 DukeRlty 12.0k 0 85 118 2 40 14 3 99 p12 50 1 0 80 no tr 3.5k 3 225 8 90 .51 Feb BestBuy Close 17. ..8k 2 06 341 2 53 4 4 25 p40 no tr no tr 5.COM Stock Options Leaders Comprehensive volume and prices for Wednesday. ..52 Jan AppldMat Close 20... .3k 0 79 PhilMorr Close 44...6k 0 65 p11 1.1k 0 20 1..8k 0 57 3.. ..9k 0 60 159 1 40 61 2 10 Weyerh Close 33..9k 6 20 Sunoco 514.0k 2 50 7..5k 80 475 96 .1k 7 65 26210 60 19213 05 c60 12k 1 06 1.. Price Dec Nov P Strike Last Last Last C Price Vol.1k26 45 8127 05 no tr CdnNRes Close 24.9k 0 40 454 1 52 no tr p77 2.5k 0 25 237 0 75 28 2 75 60 40 5 184 2.56 cJan10 25 3.6k 0 96 125 1 96 p17 23k 0 94 4.7k 2 27 70 4 60 no tr c53 7.89 + 0. .....382 Bnk Idx q 8.4k 2 50 no tr p84 3.949 7.8k 0 55 p15 671 0 09 1. ........ p87 34 1 90 340 4 ..69 Jan p10 4. ..11 Jan p17 50 2. .2k 10 01 . .15 11...2k 0 06 1.2k 0 23 10 0 79 iShEmMkt Close 24.712 0 4.7k 0 55 92 0 80 c29 2.55 Jan c12 6. p440 504 5 14 35515 07 ..8k 3 15 119 6 85 p87 2.2k 32 11 45 01 15 Close 342.20 + 1... 127 22 3.2k 0 90 209 1 95 3. 6 48 64 3.3k 3 13511 40 2017 20 p430 612 4 16 28713 22 .5k 1 20 693 2 20 p30 33k 0 70 10k 1 43 333 2 60 c30 2.9k 0 57 no tr .. ..5k 0 64 no tr SP Fncl Close 14.6k 1 50 1.8k 0 1..9k 4 95 p11 4... .7k 1 61 147 3 20 3 7 30 p330 1..50 Jan p40 39 5 5 5 38 4....65 Mar AMAG Ph Close 26..20 Jan 75 p15 5....7k 0 91 135 2 42 c19 17k 0 47 11k 0 80 187 1 15 Close 17..30 SwstAirl 11..6k 1 52 CpstnTrb 1.4k 2 20 c16 3..0k 34 2..00 –33.9k 1 70 4.63 Mar Close 73.4k 0 90 no tr SuntechPw Close 16.5k 3 40 3.77 952.. 225 0 53 . Price INVESTORS.96 Jan c30 2. .. ..71 cJan10 30 505 0 cJan10 2 50 2.... 872..3k 8 05 no tr no tr 12k 0 89 no tr 707 5 35 3.2k 0 15 p13 2..0k 1 69 p16 8.6k 1 15 53 3 43 103 6 20 Oracle Close 17. 84 7 654 24 . .9k13 90 4621 70 no tr PSh QQQ fr Close 31.4k 3 10 22 4 no tr c34 2.38 26689 Nov 105 Call 96..7k 5 c37 50 3.8k 4 50 21 7 10 p91 7.3k 7 85 no tr no tr 14k 1 38 no tr 11 8 50 11k 1 12 no tr 1.6k 1 03 340 1 38 no tr c23 6.0k 15 95 cJan10 30 3. .9k 1 69 1 c20 710 0 15 26 0 55 7.83 Jan c15 no tr no tr 2...7k 0 79 57 1 74 34 2 35 c25 430 1 10 100 1 90 1.7k 0 75 41 2 40 no tr p70 4.84 Jan AmIntGp Close 2. .. .1k 0 19 6...7k 1 63 1.9k 9 60 1411 55 2012 60 p50 3.5k 1 70 38 3 15 p79 2.6k 0 65 309 0 84 c10 3.77 952.4k 2 40 202 3 50 3....1k 1 48 110 3 10 c58 1.1k 0 70 415 1 50 310 3 10 p42 50 no tr no tr 2....84 Microsft 22. c520 579 1 05 13 4 40 5 9 60 c525 184 0 75 17 3 80 .9k 2 05 41 4 50 c6 1. Strike Last Date Price Vol Price Date Price Vol Price Date Price Vol Price Date Price Vol Price cJan10 55 431 0 75 pJan10 15 2.39 Jan c65 985 1 40 32k 2 80 108 3 70 p25 5.7k75 62 277 74 c580 2..5k 11 50 pJan10 20 3.806 NtGas 801 7.77 952..5k 0 03 1.44 Jan p50 2.1k 3 35 p40 90 0 34 2.00 Feb 10 c20 2...0k33 20 c130 1.7k 0 45 Gerdau 6.8k 0 50 218 1 30 103 2 c18 1. . Price Nov Dec Nov Close 56.5k 0 26 no tr 2 4 45 5.2k 0 30 178 0 60 1 2 10 SP Bas Close 25...9k 1 32 878 2 87 187 4 40 ArchCoal p50 4.20 + 0.1k 1 02 132 1 70 c80 no tr 5.23 Feb c40 no tr 2.6k 5 60 pNov08 5 375 0 50 50 Teradyn 5.2k 3 89 AmbacFin Close 2...4k 1 22 499 2 38 c65 no tr 1... .1k 0 20 no tr MktVGold Close 23. ....85 Motorola 5.80 Feb p12 50 2.6k 5 90 cNov08 5 346 1 35 cJan10 65 455 3 10 pJan10 30 2.. .40 1..1k 0 662 1 75 25 3 20 1.5k 0 40 184 1 10 no tr p37 3...7k 56 1.. .. c470 239 11 20 1123 50 438 40 p470 1..3k 9 85 cJan10 30 433 3 cJan10 2 50 1..40 Feb p35 7623 05 no tr 5..49 Mar p100 9.7k 16 20 cDec10 200 1.0k 0 25 11 0 40 66 0 75 Xerox Close 7.59 Feb p37 11k 0 08 32 0 42 no tr p42 18k 0 33 2.7k 0 15 42 0 40 46 1 45 231 56 Close 11.8k 1 58 2.6k 0 02 10 0 14 no tr p22 6.1k 0 29 1.....0k 7 70 Mosaic Close 38.4k 0 74 100 0 70 no tr Visa Close 56.1k 5 45 cJan10 35 599 1 80 cJan10 20 377 9 40 2.477 3.7k 2 58 54 4 10 110 5 10 sT Homebl Close 13.50 – 3. Strike Last Date Price Vol Price Date Price Vol Price Date Price Vol Price cJan10 45 387 0 05 Exp... Closing prices may vary due to after hour settlements/trading at time of data transmission..6k 3 25 1 5 10 2 6 30 p91 348 3 143 5 70 13 6 95 p92 402 3 70 ...97 Feb p130 2.17 Mar p20 3.7k 1 25 206 2 80 1 5 50 WellsFrgo Close 31. .4k 0 40 pJan10 20 2..63 ContlAir 16..023 0 116 20 175 0 0 0 P Strike Last Last Last C Price Vol....97 Mar p45 1....190 p820 4.9k 3 10 pJan10 20 942 4 50 75 1..86 pJan10 10 2.34 Feb c40 1. c630 p640 .0k 0 65 125 1 60 322 2 60 MEMC Close 19.0k 1 40 no tr p55 19 2 65 3... . . Price C Price Vol.3k14 10 1.. .8k 0 88 4.5k 11 60 pJan10 30 2. .8k 0 10 0 70 no tr UPS B Close 52....55 + 1...79 cJan10 35 1..31 cJan10 90 689 15 54 MBIA 8. p460 1.3k 5 80 cJan10 65 550 2 92 US Bcp 29. .. p330 16 0 80 503 3 10 .73 Feb c30 3.0k 0 84 776 1 08 c12 50 no tr no tr 3.6k 3 540 4 60 351 5 33 3 8 70 3 8 90 2. .7k 0 56 1.. Price Dec p60 Total Call Vol.90 Jan p15 2..4k21 90 16323 85 7325 10 c40 2...1k 1 41 c110 22k 3 1.04 7.0k 0 75 20 465 5 20 Carnival 23.5k 1 35 1... ....00 40.....2k 1 68 263 3 65 no tr p89 10k 1 88 8...3k 0 55 9 0 90 HartfdFn Close 17.356 18..0k 7 15 cJan10 30 698 0 68 pJan10 45 1.6k 0 45 968 1 no tr p16 3. Strike Last Exp. p410 263 6 20 . Price Vol.69 cJan10 65 1..2k 2 55 119 4 30 53 5 30 p56 2. .0k 2 50 78 3 10 19 3 60 c35 4.07 Google 342.9k 8 65 cJan10 30 510 5 40 cJan10 20 8.55 Clearwire 7.1k 0 20 pJan10 35 560 8 20 pJan10 25 375 3 40 YingliGr 5. 119 147 12 49 145 42 c575 ..7k 0 25 Amgen Close 59.6k 1 18 497 1 68 c42 50 2.13 Mar p30 180 0 60 2. ...83 pJan10 2... p1300 615 57 484 57 125 81 c1325 81 44 60 267 88 ..00 Jan c40 12 1 65 4 4 20 2...8k 4 20 c80 216 0 20 297 1 15 3.68 cJan10 35 1..2k 1 40 452 2 25 118 3 60 HCP Close 26.7k 2 48 5.33 Jan P Strike Last Last Last EnCana C Price Vol..13 Feb BJ Svc c40 2.5k 1 26 40 3 70 1...... Price Vol. ..1k 33 70 385 51 6957 53 c540 533 11 80 34125 20 1136 30 c550 479 8 90 2..03 Jan p15 2.5k 17 40 Pfizer 17..1k 1 90 350 3 no tr c33 1.0k 2 19 p50 2...5k 0 30 41 1 30 no tr JnprNtw Close 17.7k 1 22 87 1 61 1....7k 0 70 2.00 + 1.. .9k 0 80 201 1 80 6... ..51 Jan p30 2.. c90 556 6 20 ...1k 2 50 669 3 75 c15 11k 0 33 4.1k 6 10 29011 10 12013 60 p93 3..6k 0 27 20k 1 40 255 2 68 p15 no tr no tr 2..15 47442 Mar 85 Put 96..... 16k 13 6. ...9k 2 32 1. ....6k 1 54 HomeDp 22..7k 0 02 619 0 13 10 0 50 p21 6. Strike Last Exp. .7k 0 46 230 1 10 1.0k 3 70 740 4 15 61 5 Cisco fr p65 239 2 65 5...8k 4 94 3 7 20 c52 1...1k 4 80 10k 6 10 594 7 90 c45 3..0k 78 5 92 700108 p910 p920 c925 p925 p930 c930 761 24 .7k 8 95 Carnvl p25 2.517 172.. .98 Jan c25 1.2k 155 Nov Dec 144 30 20k 1 15 12k 7 70 6.59 Feb c60 1.3k 1 90 265 7 55 1122 50 Halbtn Close 19.00 + 0...2k 3 21 1.22 Jan c10 60 0 20 no tr 1..2k 7 60 80911 15 27913 65 CapitlSrc AK Steel Close 12. .50 +15..39 Jan p75 436 0 27 31 1 03 1.0k 2 55 Dndreon 55.0k 0 13 no tr p30 3.8k 0 6.0k 1 95 5 3 50 c35 4 0 52 2.15 Feb p22 50 2..2k 1 68 416 2 81 72 5 10 p40 7. Strike Last Exp. .5k 1 75 343 2 75 68 5 Pfizer Close 17.0k55 90 15 52 p560 66 46 50 14163 20 163 40 c560 501 7 35 3621 18 1828 70 c570 615 4 20 5613 90 1925 70 p580 1.7k 76 82 31 50 753 61 .26 26906 Nov 15 Call 13.6k 0 20 5 0 55 Schlmb Close 50.6k 0 22 cJan10 7 50 982 1 cJan10 60 901 2 06 RschMotn 52.68 16.9k 1 75 c26 no tr 15k 0 30 no tr SP Engy Close 50.686 105.0k 3 60 2 4 40 no tr Close 2..70 Feb c32 50 14k 0 50 2.8k16 82 621 32 761 5 50 2618 85 1031 43 119 4 70 8016 25 ..6k 84 74 1...3k 1 2...4k 0 03 1..4k 0 16 818 0 51 484 1 27 p17 50 6. p88 11 2 188 4 05 . . 750 63 ...4k 2 10 p45 1.5k 1 33 Intel fr Close 15..9k 0 75 no tr c2 50 no tr no tr 3..48 CabotO&G 44. ..6k 0 45 1.0k 3 40 30 6 55 p88 4.8k 4 60 10k 6 55 68 10 42k 3 50 13k 6 05 11 8 43 37k 4 738 5 85 no tr 14k 3 98 7.6k 0 570 1 15 no tr c22 50 no tr no tr 2.7k 0 51 1.56 Mar DataDom Close 18.84 cJan10 35 1..9k 5 52 1 8 55 1012 75 RschMot Total Put Vol...0k 1 no tr 10 2 20 c15 1.43 InputOut 5..3k 10 17 1 19 230 48 p480 1.32 Mar c5 1.494.02 Jan c37 50 1. .....0k 3 20 5 5 40 LibtyGlb Close 16.. 1...59 TevaPh 40..380 p750 5..88 Jan c34 1..58 Jan p12 50 185 0 70 2.76 52180 Nov 100 Call 96. .436.36 Mar c10 2.4k 9 30 iShCh25 45 35 51 cJan10 60 912 0 cJan11 5 1.9k 0 27 15 0 60 124 1 08 c5 2.0k 5 25 p27 10k 3 85 2..03 23725 Nov 110 Call 103.836 1.6k 0 95 no tr 66 1 60 Lilly Close 33..06 Jan c17 2..77 952..2k 0 Agrium Close 39...7k 0 33 5 1 55 p91 375 0 25 1.0k 0 77 1 10 no tr p39 3..06 cJan10 55 1...3k 68 . 20 33 50 1. p330 . Strike Last Exp.9k 0 35 no tr no tr c22 50 833 0 21 768 0 56 3.7k 0 11 92 0 60 57 2 35 WellPoint Close 38.0k 1 DryShips 19.23 Jan Close 44...54 Jan c3 1....7k 0 19 861 0 53 313 1 48 p27 4.91 Mar p10 4..0k 2 35 319 6 80 213 9 p95 3..0k 1 16 1. 161 0 43 355 2 80 147 7 30 p470 221 23 80 130 61 136 92 68 122 80 482 130 01 c470 100 19 50 ...3k 2 12 836 2 37 933 2 70 p60 339 1 40 3. ... .80 Terex 16.. . ... Price Vol..47 Jan p295 156 0 25 5 1 50 .02 Jan c2 50 no tr no tr 3. Close 3.12 Jan p12 3..8k 2 20 20k 4 50 130 6 10 p30 Close 27...7k 0 35 no tr 6 3 03 c59 1. .. Price Vol...2k 0 70 747 1 58 p80 1...283 Air Idx P Strike Last Last Last C Price Vol.06 Feb c6 no tr no tr 6.3k 0 90 15k 1 80 482 2 60 c37 50 3.0k 9 10 no tr VimpelC Close 15.01 Jan 7...77 cJan10 60 371 3 80 cJan10 30 2..05 Jan c7 50 5.43 Jan p70 28k 0 20 63 0 98 265 2 63 GoldmnS p77 5.3k 2 5 4 75 246 0 65 12 5 04 ..4k 1 80 no tr Analog Close 20..4k 0 40 3..5k 0 40 no tr 40 2 10 c80 1..0k 1 60 411 2 58 no tr p46 2 2 5..9k 2 05 1....62 Jan p20 6.4k 1 20 28 3 71 Microsft Close 22.7k 0 73 5.7k 8 95811 25 98213 25 c105 1. .7k 1 02 487 3 45 394 5 55 p50 5.5k 1 3.17 Jan p30 574 0 60 810 1 28 3. p90 13 5 20 531 8 70 .0k 1 no tr 2 6 Google fr c99 1. p1325 124 63 40 270 94 1104 Bank Idx c1350 p1350 c1375 p1375 .5k 0 55 71 1 80 no tr c75 no tr 5.8k 0 55 no tr Synovus Close 9..30 Jan c45 4..80 Jan c80 114 13 20 1017 20 .9k 6 45 392 9 88 8.2k 2 20 .5k 2 05 Verizon 31.08 Jan p20 2. ...9k 1 10 708 2 15 95 2 65 p16 2. c1050 c1060 c1070 p1075 .18 1..90 Feb p2 50 2. p85 65 1 60 2..3k 0 31 42 0 60 222 1 04 GnGrth c15 2.4k 1 37 no tr 18 p22 5..05 44030 Nov 95 Put 96.0k28 20 p125 2.3k 0 95 no tr 741 2 20 c16 2. Price Vol....32 Mar 80 p15 2...0k 3 95 c101 87 0 40 108 2 23 ...80 Jan c105 20k 4 95 808 8 50 486 11 c30 2.9k 1 13 230 1 90 no tr p32 50 4.19 Mar c116 10k 0 04 no tr no tr p123 2.8k 2 30 691 3 50 1 6 60 ChesEng Close 20.00 Jan p50 2. 11k 21 80 13k42 04 1..4k 2 21 547 3 85 4.82 RaserTch 5..7k 1 90 53 3 75 p80 26k 0 63 8.4k 2 05 403 3 20 262 3 80 c100 2.12 Mar c34 no tr 9.0k 8 90 pJan10 5 20k 1 15 pJan10 25 588 8 55 15.7k 3 90 26 7 10 p40 1. 15k 10 1..06 cJan10 20 922 1 58 10..23 Mar c15 2.7k 2 02 108 4 30 p81 1.6k 68 97 1.0k 1 12 3. ..0k 10 40 pJan10 10 7. . ...4k 0 70 885 1 65 5...1k 2 92 2 4 95 p54 5.1k 1 05 284 1 60 114 2 70 c10 2..7k 0 45 764 1 30 20 2 50 c35 3.....2k 19 14 82530 50 .. ...5k10 70 12k 2 35 1.52 Jan c30 291 0 85 367 1 65 3.4k 59 .6k 9 40 no tr 2011 80 25k 0 70 no tr no tr 3. p350 100 0 44 112 3 57 3 5 60 65 p360 105 0 194 4 73 10 7 98 p370 293 0 72 243 5 48 12 9 13 p380 176 1 13 118 6 55 .9k 0 50 180 1 20 2 2 65 HSBC Close 60.19 2.30 Mar . .7k 18 no tr no tr c50 10k 0 25 no tr no tr p50 10k 7 70 no tr no tr Solarfun Close 7.. Price C Price Vol...0k 0 75 5 2 15 35 3 50 Nov Dec EngyTsfr Close 38.. .5k 0 50 150 1 25 5 2 35 SaraLee Close 10.2k 0 82 no tr c25 2.0k 0 57 no tr 47 0 78 c40 16 0 15 143 0 70 2. .9k 0 70 181 0 95 p10 607 1 75 2...1k 1 17 2 15 40 3 40 c9 5.4k 2 05 p110 7..88 Mar p80 1.3k11 50 1126 18 3..9k 6 70 . Price Vol.06 Jan p10 1.0k 223 66 p15 1. Price Dec c400 2.0k 0 90 no tr Symntc Close 13..2k 50 10k 60 10068 40 361 30 15 5.1k 0 70 284 1 75 319 2 25 p20 601 3 50 466 4 30 5.7k 1 41 735 2 84 4 4 17 p50 3.99 Mar c38 3.8k 3 80 no tr 62 5 80 US Bancp Close 29....1k 2 30 98 3 20 Petrohawk Close 17..35 Toyota 80.4k 0 15 no tr no tr c40 1.99 Mar p13 4.9k 7 no tr 511 20 12k 1 68 no tr 2.20 – 3.42 Mar p5 20 0 35 2..6k 3 30 p26 2. .6k 1 63 286 2 56 177 5 c40 4. .2k 1 36 no tr SLM Corp Close 10. .0k 2 30 2...85 Feb p10 5. ..92 Target 37..42 Jan p10 no tr no tr 4. Price Vol.0k 2 20 266 4 70 12 8 40 Close 5. 757 0 58 393 4 30 4810 90 p420 53 8 40010 80 .99 Mar p27 50 2.4k 6 50 42915 80 224 73 p460 1.9k 0 15 680 0 48 no tr c24 no tr no tr 10k 0 07 iSh EAFE Close 45.9k 0 30 1..50 38.9k 3 60 139 4 70 p40 2.78 Jan p35 1.1k 0 85 ApolloGrp Close 66.92 Mar p15 no tr no tr 7.99 cJan10 30 359 4 20 FormFac 16.0k 4 221 5 10 84 6 10 c40 4.9k 4 20 pJan10 15 3..01 Feb p28 2.4k 0 60 457 1 20 252 2 25 c11 2. . .0k 3 40 201 5 70 p21 3..0k 0 15 no tr NetApp Close 13.60 Mar c50 1.0k 0 58 11 2 24 no tr p60 3.6k 0 90 111 2 05 no tr p80 31k15 10 no tr no tr c80 23k 0 05 no tr 120 0 20 p85 12k20 80 no tr no tr c85 11k 0 10 no tr no tr p90 44k25 55 no tr no tr c95 208k 0 05 no tr no tr p95 305k30 20 no tr no tr Prologis Close 11.1k 0 28 492 0 66 15 1 13 c13 25k 2 34 321 2 71 658 3 42 p14 1.6k 1 93 142 2 47 p14 1.44 Jan 29 p15 105 0 2.8k 0 35 250 0 75 Close 51.0k 0 65 no tr p10 2...9k 1 77 6..... c1175 p1200 1 c1200 c1210 c1220 p1225 ....06 Jan c20 c22 50 c25 c45 Nov 91...77 952.2k 5 80 177 8 80 no tr 15k 6 no tr 40511 15 47k 2 10 613 16 2...0k 3 90 82 5 40 p35 1. Nasd100 Close 1299.80 Mar c90 2.88 Mar p50 47 0 57 3. ..4k 0 45 199 1 45 32 2 20 c20 2. .. ..8k 1 70 6... p380 558 2 90 10 9 40 ... p1200 1.871 SemiconIdx 12...5k 7 50 Yahoo 13.14 Mar p17 50 35 1 65 104 2 65 2.19 2.8k 3 99 72 7 30 c65 4...85 Mar c22 50 3. p150 59 7 60 168 13 ...2k 0 65 4.5k 2 15 Close 20..9k 58 . .6k 3 70 p37 50 1.83 cJan10 2 50 430 0 45 cJan10 10 553 2 50 CVRD 12.2k 0 50 2.41 45380 Nov 90 Put 63..79 Jan p30 5.. .9k 5 80 819 8 80 1015 10 p90 2.0k 3 4.0k 1 41 219 2 32 no tr c30 5.7k 0 95 2 2 70 18 3 90 GenElec fr CVRD Close 12..15 Jan p25 5.88 Mar p25 21 0 95 2.9k 0 40 282 0 70 305 1 Verizon Exp.78 Jan c70 1..3k 1 47 196 2 35 no tr c27 50 24k 1 55 7. ... 3.97 Mar p40 2. .24 Mar c96 2.2k 0 44 2.46 27.2k 6 44 2. ..9k 3 45 131 8 136 9 60 c92 1.2k 2 70 800 3 50 51 4 40 c30 2. .8k 0 126 1 05 no tr Close 12.09 25759 Nov 80 Call 63.0k 0 05 no tr no tr NRG Engy Close 24...10 – 2.7k 0 11 no tr 117 1 60 c85 2. 153 5 . ..0k 33 50 pJan10 30 410 5 30 Oracle 17.3k 2 74 545 4 91 10k 6 50 p17 50 2.08 cJan10 15 17k 2 07 cJan11 160 500 11 25 cJan10 15 349 0 25 pJan10 55 1.. . 122 120 36 59 131 80 c530 83 0 65 .0k 9 10 Apple 1.7k 1 51 230 3 50 p28 3.65 Feb p18 4 0 20 2. .22 Mar p44 5.0k 2 37 367 3 55 811 8 10 c92 2.1k 0 50 5 1 50 p17 50 3.2k 0 22 3. .46 Jan c50 1..95 Jan p55 c60 1. .9k 0 15 634 1 75 82 4 10 Salesforce Close 29. ..9k 1 42 421 2 23 c15 4.2k 2 2. .....1k 2 10 345 3 85 72 7 80 c100 2.........3k 3 50 10 3 56 p86 107 1 87 3 2 59 .0k 0 75 32 1 35 no tr StJudeMd Close 36. Price Vol.0k 8 30 70 462 3 pJan10 70 500 12 pJan10 32 50 912 7 50 70 506 1 US Airwy 8.93 Mar ComcastA Close 16.8k 0 30 125 0 45 2.0k 2 16 21 3 60 p32 30k 1 36 11k 2 22 45 3 50 p33 43k 1 84 3. 2008.9k 3 60 291 7 10 2814 20 c100 1.. 639 25 .0k 9 15 p80 2..8k 4 20 9 5 70 c44 1..882 p800 21k 6 50 3........4k 3 80 444 5 10 no tr c55 17k 1 20 1....3k 0 45 1..0k 9 75 no tr 9214 75 10k 0 49 no tr no tr 3.17 pJan10 30 500 5 38 cJan10 20 1..8k 0 05 no tr no tr Close 19.. ..80 Feb p25 1..0k 1 93 768 2 74 8.90 Jan p17 50 no tr 2.83 +12.37 Mar .2k 2 89 pJan10 25 3...1k 1 35 15 AMD Close 3. Price 11 148 2.2k 7 60 no tr no tr Petrobrs Close 27. ...63 Mar c75 4.. ..6k 1 46 no tr 147 2 70 c17 6.0k 3 80 5 4 65 c36 14k 0 15 5. .6k 1 53 2..5k 1 33 no tr p21 6..3k 1 83 66 2 50 c40 7. p90 1.7k 7 40 115 12 51 16 c165 1.1k 0 68 459 2 07 236 4 30 c22 9.5k85 89 26k 38 50 21k51 40 3..693 MidCap 871 8..1k 23 4.00 Mar p30 2. p20 1. ...8k 0 60 66 1 60 47 2 40 US OilFd Close 53.5k 9 35 30.6k 0 88 3.8k 2 68 275 4 03 3 5 90 3M Co Close 64.56 Feb c17 50 1.51 cNov08 7 1.50 Mar p23 2.5k 0 59 no tr 460 1 30 Close 21.1k 0 70 662 1 30 24 2 31 c45 1.. 171 2 15 . Strike Last Date Price Vol Price Date Price Vol Price Date Price Vol Price Date Price Vol Price pJan10 55 1..6k 0 02 no tr 123 0 71 HonwellInt Close 30.3k 0 42 206 1 40 c20 10k 0 26 952 0 51 6.24 Intel 50 75 pJan10 17 3..77 952.7k 4 50 60 5 35 c27 13k 0 98 1.0k 4 20 151 5 10 230 5 40 p2 50 3.94 QwestCm 3......4k 2 17 cJan10 45 1..0k 1 95 no tr NCity Close 2...3k 2 28 1 4 16 p82 3.8k 0 65 no tr TW Cable Close 19...05 Mar c50 1. p375 379 2 40 .281 253 523 71 81 0 46 12 0 1...68 Jan c36 no tr 4..8k 1 40 73 2 40 2 4 PioNtrl Close 24.. P Strike Last Last Last 196 1 80 .16 pJan10 80 1..5k 7 50 10 9 60 175 8 60 p25 3.282. ...6k 0 73 no tr Nike Close 52. Emcore c5 50 0 10 2..1k 0 13 90 0 28 Microsft fr Close 22.865 32... 174 18 46349 76 26166 50 981 10 47 5134 97 3852 19 414 6 60 5332 53 ..16 Qualcom 35..5k 2 10 65 3 10 255 3 70 p32 13k 2 50 195 3 50 no tr c32 4.1k 5 50 398 9 20 47 18 c95 3....7k 4 50 38 5 30 201 7 40 c56 9.10 + 1. .90 Jan Gen El p12 50 392 0 10 no tr 7..0k 1 51 pJan10 55 368 28 05 cJan10 25 2... 8258 50 p430 482 11 11 14 15019 50 p435 121 12 30 ...30 –11.64 pJan10 35 pDec09 500 2...8k 67 90 8.3k 3 40 cJan10 30 2.0k 0 91 1..1k 0 35 381 0 87 225 1 24 p21 3.6k 3 60 46 4 85 27 5 40 Wachovia Close 5...5k 34 . .0k 1 13 cJan10 37 50 343 0 37 OcciPet 53..6k 5 28813 20 32 28 c940 p940 c950 p950 p955 c955 c960 p960 c965 p965 p970 c970 c975 p975 c985 p985 p990 c990 c995 p995 c1000 p1000 c1005 c1010 c1015 c1020 p1025 c1025 c1040 p1050 .8k25 80 .4k 0 46 6..1k 2 25 JetBlue 5.1k 2 25 35 4 20 p35 3.4k 1 40 no tr p22 50 58 1 88 107 2 20 2.38 Jan Exp...4k 1 66 p27 50 3..77 952..4k 2 65 21 5 40 c70 4.8k 1 82 Close 62.6k 36 151 28 p540 1.7k 0 3.80 – 0.3k 2 15 no tr c24 4..0k 1 70 p16 4.0k 9 45 111 70 no tr p12 50 2....10 Mar ColonBgp Close 3.....75 Feb c17 10k 1 30 4. p1025 244 4 68 34 19 .3k 2 24 208 4 25 p40 3...8k 1 82 345 3 10 no tr c40 1....51 Feb c40 1.6k 3 15 45k 6 p86 3.85 GoldmanS 87...... .2k 0 64 RetailHT Close 74.7k 3 90 93 8 10 19613 40 c180 2..0k 4 10 1.9k 8.47 Mar p55 3.06 Feb c25 1...9k 3 15 512 4 95 no tr p52 5.2k 0 08 Yamana Close 5.6k 3 97 435 5 20 155 5 88 4..... ...3k 0 25 1.77 Jan p660 .85 cJan10 20 501 0 84 IBM 89....4k 0 88 700 2 69 p35 14k 3 32 2.92 Jan p10 7..0k 0 75 no tr p25 1.9k 1 43 no tr Anheusr Close 64.55 Feb p21 172 3 85 163 3 65 1.22 Mar p35 2.410 74.19 0.4k 1 32 2..70 Mar c22 50 2...4k 34 348 18 1.. 22k 40 50 17k 70 1.7k 2 45 1.2k 1 85 Close 87. p360 20 1 10 .1k 3 65 c60 2..13 1.9k 2 20 364 4 58 5 70 c45 2..39 Jan p30 61 0 75 2.8k 2 40 3 4 35 p83 4.85 0. 1....2k 1 10 60 2 45 42 2 90 p34 6.3k 8 70 24.. p95 373 5 10 157 7 10 .7k 0 16 Sanofi Close 29.9k 2 15 no tr p17 50 74 3 20 2.38 DJIA Dia 16.46 Jan c12 50 4. Price Dec 38k 2 88 901 5 65 24 8 10 3.82 Mar p14 2.. .. p490 1. . p390 865 1 45 147 7 30 1011 79 p400 523 1 85 320 8 50 5513 35 p410 1. c640 p650 5 c650 p660 5 c660 c670 2 0 13 58 1 04 113 3 10 p670 103 157 14 50 138 54 41 146 50 c680 2 0 10 164 0 80 156 2 21 p4900 . Price Vol.2k 11 45 cJan10 20 568 6 35 cJan10 5 372 2 45 cJan10 25 408 3 10 NYSE Eu 27....4k 1 26 no tr p45 17k 0 65 793 1 79 no tr p48 15k 1 06 1. p1225 163 25 40 77 58 ..0k 1 50 44 2 10 Close 52.19 0.. p450 1.5k 0 11 1....0k 3 80 1...1k 0 25 201 0 30 1.. . c465 503 18 11 1 26 ..0k 5 35 p80 1.73 cJan10 20 1.2k 0 30 2. 200 0 85 ..3k 2 15 10 8 10 c30 3.2k 1 35 no tr Close 24.6k 30 5..10 Mar p32 1. c100 122 3 90 70 6 30 ..1k 248 52 c30 2.6k 1 37 642 1 80 c17 6..50 + 2..0k 3 70 Deere Close 39.00 Mar 20 c25 2.65 pJan10 5 3..0k 6 10 c49 650 0 51 409 1 71 2..00 RetailHT 74....70 83.6k 0 36 843 0 84 3.931 p790 2.1k 4 513 38 c22 1.4k 2 08 5 3 22 353 4 37 p31 28k 0 97 8..0k 1 20 201 4 15 .3k 0 05 .6k 0 21 2.... p11 2.90 Jan c15 119 0 60 3.6k 1 40 3 3 38 1 5 65 p150 2..7k 0 12 158 0 47 262 1 28 p26 2. Strike Last Exp....5k 2 25 40 2 80 c45 2.7k 0 15 59 0 40 11 0 80 Monsanto Close 87.71 Jan 50 p12 no tr no tr 7.0k 2 63 p35 7.7k 2 01 7....21 Jan p20 17 2 05 1.06 Mar p60 2.0k30 70 Apple fr p45 no tr no tr 2...36 50 05 pJan10 350 810 68 25..1k 1 19 2 1 60 c11 5.0k 14 732 90 1 62 655 13 ...1k 11 11514 40 p100 2.8k 3 25 10 5 50 52 6 55 p55 2. c500 1.1k 2 55 112 9 83 4514 30 p420 1. .3k 2 27 820 5 30 17 7 70 c50 2.7k 2 85 26311 20 1519 60 c590 404 2 11 276 8 50 1416 50 p590 180 65 57 4281 84 272 95 p600 1.6k 0 80 303 2 45 462 3 56 ValeroE Close 20. c420 105 49 ..7k 0 9.8k 5 60 9010 50 2613 70 c170 1. .9k 1 216 1 35 62 1 90 c35 6.05 28094 Nov 80 Put 96..4k 7 60 c93 1.77 952.. 145 4 20 OilSvc Close 153..2k 1 55 626 2 44 no tr c23 4.0k 0 59 no tr p36 4.5k 6 90 Boeing 103.. +18. ... ..2k 17 1.8k 6 50 cDec10 110 406 12 10 cJan10 5 351 1 85 pJan10 60 687 35 44 pJan10 80 2. P Strike Last Last Last C Price Vol.75 Mar p17 50 8 1 57 2.. 6.75 cJan10 30 4.7k 0 80 ParPharm Close 8. 220 0 20 591 1 50 40 4 57 c555 1.. Vol Nov 95 Put 63.2k 0 98 0 85 1 1 70 HewlettPk Close 36.59 Jan p15 14k 0 36 10k 0 74 6.99 0.0k 5 10 6.6k24 20 130 40 c97 2.5k 0 83 370 1 10 p12 50 3.4k 4 30 2.6k92 20 326 15 40133 28 . Price Vol..77 952.1k 0 65 254 1 15 p17 50 2.959 4.. 533 105 97 92 102 50 p460 803 18 50 21 30 ....72 Mosaic 38. Price Vol..897 Call Open Interest P Strike Last Last Last C Price Vol.6k 1 92 no tr no tr Close 2..2k 1 150 3 40 JPMorgCh Close 39...5k 2 97 no tr no tr BeazerHm Close 48.50 6.6k 1 85 iShJapan 9. . .45 +10.....4k 3 95 6.... ..98 0... Price Vol..66 Mar 50 40 p12 2. .0k 9 70 pJan10 39.0k 1 34 pJan10 35 864 8 10 CoeurM 0.13 Mar c45 1..85 Mar p30 no tr 2.0k 8 Nvidia Close 8.2k 3 25 25 4 05 no tr c54 10k 1 35 6.00 WalMart 54..3k 0 33 282 0 81 20 1 58 Genentc c15 6...6k 4 cJan10 30 2.0k 2 50 735 4 60 463 6 p15 13k 2 68 2..6k 4 50 no tr 5 9 70 p90 4.7k 2 60 564 4 30 61 8 20 Nabors Close 16.6k 0 39 633 0 85 1...11 Feb Costco Close 53. Investor’s Business Daily shows options in a time-saving alphabetical list.2k 0 19 c35 1.9k 1 55 696 4 12 336 6 25 C S X 65 75 90 80 p40 2.13 cJan10 1.8k 1 22 385 2 49 p34 12k 2 45 400 2 53 814 3 68 c35 15k 0 30 5. . .1k 1 18 c15 4..9k 2 30 p79 9 0 55 167 2 26 30 3 10 c85 302 8 05 ..3k 1 15 no tr 252 2 45 AbtLab Close 55. p1050 586 7 2220 43 .... p450 2.4k 4 19 69 3 97 23 5 59 c37 9. ..0k 1 25 TimeWarn Close 10. 6....75 Jan p30 3. p1175 ...24 Mar .19 3.9k 40 .15 70..1k43 20 c530 363 17 63 1..23 cJan11 90 8..87 Mohawk 42...2k 1 76 iShMexico Close 33.1k 0 75 28 1 30 no tr p12 50 5...0k 0 43 17 1 06 c19 2. .7k 0 33 1.0k 0 50 no tr p5 144 2 2.85 Mar c27 50 886 0 45 184 1 30 3.0k 0 70 24 1 15 USSteel Close 37.83 Jan Amazon Close 51.. .3k 0 05 Schering Close 15. .2k 2 20 23 2 75 5 2 95 c12 50 74 0 60 46 0 95 2. ..59 Mar c62 50 1. Rus2000 Close 514.6k 0 28 2. ....0k 1 20 305 2 75 171 3 80 c100 9......53 950 1000 950 800 950 1100 950 850 1025 900 1100 1050 900 1125 975 1000 1000 1200 1075 690 Put Call Call Put Put Call Call Put Call Put Call Call Put Call Put Call Put Call Call Put Total Call Vol....0k 5 c21 3.9k 1 10 3..0k 0 97 Hallibtn 19....7k 1 30 no tr 59 2 69 PwNasd100 Close 31.3k 0 33 487 1 14 113 3 10 c62 50 1.5k 1 67 2. DryShips Close 19...9k 0 28 2 1 12 p71 2.0k 0 46 974 1 40 FifthThr 11.2k 2 58 2..08 cJan10 20 381 2 20 pJan10 35 1. 25 0 45 867 1 GS Idx Close 89.5k 0 25 no tr VMware Close 27. ... p675 205 1 534 5 80 .555 705.3k 0 32 338 1 15 59 3 Close 14.2k16 10 no tr no tr 12k13 80 no tr no tr 91k11 10 no tr no tr 249 0 48 4.9k 0 64 382 1 30 16 2 83 51 248 17 2.0k 0 55 61 1 92 46 5 20 Vivus Close 5.. .77 952. .84 Mar c5 161 0 10 3.24 cJan10 55 493 10 50 pJan10 55 493 14 40 SearsHld pJan10 95 SPDR pDec09 60 pDec10 80 54... Price Vol... 11k 5 30 1.83 Jan c25 1..5k 3 82 no tr SP Fnc fr Close 14....1k 1 35 no tr no tr KindME Close 53.10 31180 Nov 70 Put 91...57 Feb p25 2. 9.3k 4 90 530 9 65 64611 80 p92 4.180.1k 0 26 973 0 65 no tr p28 11k 0 35 625 0 80 no tr p29 10k 0 50 2.77 952. .. . .0k 2 80 Cisco 49..2k 2 68 118 4 29 no tr c51 1.3k 1 88 3..0k 1 30 282 6 50 1014 10 c610 987 0 80 204 5 50 . Call Open Interest Put Open Interest 312 30 34 86 48 0 6 1 0 19 183 0 5 98 2 4 0 10 6...76 Jan p35 25 2 15 no tr 3.8k 2 70 20 3 90 JPMorg fr Close 39..4k 0 12 1.06 Jan c14 792 1 40 5..3k 1 15 1..2k 0 15 9..8k 0 78 c21 2.81 541 8 FordMot 2.. ...1k 2 40 134 4 30 Close 27.. .10 Feb c17 7.0k 58 .051 189.00 10.5k 3 90 ProctGam Close 63. ..35 Mar p10 414 0 45 2.5k 27 50 3 37 1 32 p475 25 27 80 10029 50 .62 QuantaSv 18..98 Jan c5 126 1 20 83 1 35 3.7k 2 85 836 4 no tr 50 30 40 10k 0 75 1. 151 0 45 .3k26 60 . p395 277 4 .0k 0 40 50 0 75 UAL Cp Close 14.. 4342 50 p1175 223 21 3444 10 ..77 952. Strike Last Exp...49 Mar c17 50 2.9k 0 05 94 0 05 no tr Chubb Close 26.....6k 0 67 4 4 60 .2k 14 11721 90 2. ..762 512.129.97 Jan p825 1.5k13 30 31615 65 19118 20 p27 50 1..1k 3 10 no tr p51 3..9k15 40 p94 3... 313 47 6..77 952.3k 0 14 785 0 50 352 0 85 c10 450 4 40 111 4 90 2...5k 82 .15 Mar c20 4.. p420 563 8 20 8815 50 . 2008 Index Options INVESTORS.0k 1 35 16 1 90 ProUltFin Close 9.91 pJan10 2 50 400 0 85 cJan10 35 1.75 Mar p55 1.046 PhrmIdx 10..35 cJan10 75 2..2k 3 10 48 4 c25 13k 0 35 1.75 Jan c40 1.0k25 70 c125 5. .57 Mar p86 no tr 1.24 Mar c5 2..30 Jan p35 1.5k 2 16 132 3 85 c52 50 4..0k 2 86 383 4 30 ICICI Bk Close 17.55 –22...47 Jan 13 0 10 121 1 07 69 3 63 p310 ..3k 0 35 ...9k 3 60 10 3 60 46 5 20 WholeFd Close 10.6k 4 30 1..4k 0 1 1 45 50 3 70 Close 7.4k 4 90 c27 50 5.2k 2 112 5 40 23 8 60 McDermInt Close 15. . Price Nov P Strike Last Last Last C Price Vol. 210 0 36 ..50 + 1. ..6k 1 10 1.4k 1 05 232 1 50 765 1 95 c17 50 3.4k 0 42 250 2 04 2 4 RschMotn Close 52.369.9k 0 90 385 2 45 1 5 10 Yahoo Close 13..0k 3 15 pJan10 30 cJan10 15 513 2 95 pJan10 15 500 6 90 pJan10 20 6. 4 39 60 4.1k 2 80 352 3 58 c30 3.08 Jan p15 37 0 04 3.3k 2 76 982 3 40 no tr c31 6..2k 2 83 491 5 40 no tr p75 1.....5k 0 80 157 2 85 118 4 30 AT&T Inc c65 1. .5k 1 69 20 3 34 c34 44k 0 56 1..058 0 118 1.33 pJan10 60 1.0k 37 Monsnto cJan10 15 400 1 05 87.25 McDnlds 56.3k 0 96 no tr 747 4 10 K Swiss Close 14...1k 0 65 1.7k 4 20 248 6 40 1 8 90 c65 2.0k 3 50 Nov Dec Nov Nov Dec Nov Dec Nov Nov Dec Dec Nov Nov Nov Dec Nov Dec Nov Dec Dec Optn Price 38. ..4k 1 10 no tr no tr Broadcm Close 103..7k 6 Alcoa pJan10 Amgen cJan10 pJan10 cJan10 AmIntGp pJan10 cJan10 pJan10 cJan10 Ashland 21.5k 6 20 no tr no tr p40 3.84 – 8..5k 1 38 39 3 65 p76 1. .9k 0 02 no tr 6 0 15 c7 50 1.97 SpdrGld cJan10 80 1..8k 3 05 1.. 13 39 2..8k 3 10 no tr p26 2.1k 57 151 61 271 27 97 3.88 Mar p60 277 2 35 83 3 99 3.11 Jan p15 1.0k 2 no tr p25 2..9k 0 70 796 269 7 240 80 c12 925 0 20 1..1k 9 10 5015 80 ... p89 828 2 89 3 4 04 .8k 5 15 6 60 c95 564 7 74 2.00 Jan c45 201 0 10 no tr 1.28 Mar 50 50 p12 6..5k 0 73 403 1 25 1...7k 1 47 2 58 3 c22 5.. p360 57 1 75 4 5 20 815 9 80 p370 1..5k 3 17 Boeing Close 49.. Price Vol.50 51.0k 0 60 2...2k 3 50 46 4 50 113 4 90 c35 7.. ..8k 10 6...5k 2 67 1.9k 0 22 176 0 75 698 1 20 c30 41k 1 6.72 Jan p30 1..4k 29 2.2k 2 60 550 3 47 no tr p40 237 2 50 1...8k 2 73 362 5 20 p85 6.7k 1 80 no tr iShR2K fr Close 51..4k 0 95 4.35 Feb p7 50 2..9k 3 25 141 6 91 98 9 30 c115 4..9k 0 22 459 1 58 no tr c50 789 0 18 1...9k 0 30 1. ...2k 2 80 EOG Res 81. p500 1.6k 3 25 AmExp 90 cJan10 150 BiogenI 35.8k 8 24 6917 18 ..2k13 05 no tr 612 95 p115 2.993 232..5k 2 05 4 2 05 NYSE Eur Close 27. with expiration month in the first column.0k 0 06 2.1k 1 37 100 2 25 106 3 30 p37 50 582 2 55 1. p400 501 5 10 118 13 .1k 3 60 no tr c46 155 2 5...94 cJan10 170 5.2k 4 90 306 5 90 c36 4.... Price Vol. c480 293 9 4318 60 631 95 c490 179 4 50 3015 70 2 24 p490 227 39 .8k92 80 189 60 c600 1..0k 0 55 no tr p32 50 7620 55 no tr 5.54 Mar GenMotrs p17 50 no tr 2...47 Jan p40 1.2k 3 70 c27 2.2k 0 48 1.93 509 54 90 96.33 pJan10 20 514 4 20 cJan10 25 483 0 81 pJan10 12 50 452 4 43 cJan11 25 1. p405 992 6 7 9 80 ..6k 1 61 983 2 40 1..8k17 40 p17 50 no tr 2.19 Mar p60 7.. .0k 1 85 84 2 38 Chevron 7 0 30 3.90 pJan10 15 1.06 pJan10 35 396 10 14 pJan10 22 50 450 6 20 21.2k 0 04 217 0 24 116 0 85 SpdGld nya Close 72.5k 0 03 50 0 15 p20 2..4k 2 50 814 3 49 71 5 65 Close 103..2k 0 92 95 2 08 65 50 80 45 95 p19 3.12 cJan10 12 50 536 0 50 cJan10 15 465 0 95 cJan10 70 500 0 04 DuPont 30.8k 0 45 6.71 Jan c120 28 0 10 17 0 55 4..5k 9 85 855 10 78 cJan10 50 932 3 20 WellsFrgo 31.93 cJan10 60 613 0 08 cJan10 35 3.8k 0 07 450 0 35 45k 1 45 p70 1..7k 2 68 12 4 65 10 7 05 p52 747 3 65 1..7k 0 50 538 1 04 353 1 82 c18 3....00 Jan c20 147 0 45 179 0 80 2..00 17.. ... p1250 473 35 5848 07 42187 10 p1275 417 45 2074 90 . . 240 23 13 5754 22 .94 Jan p60 15 0 15 41 0 50 2.6k 0 01 6 0 25 no tr c40 3....0k 0 61 25k 1 22 58 1 39 c22 5.3k 4 10 15 6 20 Potash Close 86.77 Feb p20 262 0 90 1.5k 0 20 24 0 55 no tr Smucker Close 42.7k 2 35 80 2 86 75 3 70 VertxPh Close 27.8k 2 1.....421 134.05 – 0.3k 1 22 349 1 91 1.7k 4 45 2...6k 60 ....90 cJan10 30 1. c460 302 18 50 15031 20 ..

44 37.53 271 +96 74 83 57 E 26.8 92.80 85.000 in September. making it a fairly reasonable pullback.95 commission rate applies to equity and option trades. Member FINRA.2% and the S&P 500 5.48 118 +49 88 85 72 C 24.tmpl for more details on trade commissions for low priced stock.53 32.55 42.884 in October vs.90 –4. call 1.1%.03 –1. and system availability may delay account access and trade executions.06 –5.12 –5. The Treasury Department has taken a $25 billion preferred equity stake in Wells Fargo.76 26.50 584 +23 99 88 98 C 98 89 98 B 42. Shares are in the ninth week of a steep double-bottom base with a possible 45.067 603 8. Almost FamilyAFAM rallied 1. giving it far more liquidity than most of the few breakouts that have emerged since the market’s Oct.35 211 +60 98 84 98 B+ 21. volume.10 72.94 28.65 28.81 +0.3% from 6.90 34.82 26.574 802 2.59 –1.94 47. energy stocks gave up much of Tuesday’s gains on a sharp drop in oil prices. 31 breakout remains solidly intact.83 2. ISE and SIPC. © 2008 TradeKing.tradeking.11 41.99 11.74 –0. Please review carefully our disclosures.34 +1.71 841 +100 31 2 47 C+ 102.0 –8.32 44.52 130 +81 56 94 21 C+ 43. Media conglomerate News Corp.32 –1.W. Switch to TradeKing today.658 +45 65 88 36 E 24.81 –2.896 +99 75 74 58 B 42.74 –5.55 20.06 50.34 –0.69 95.11 1.70 24.4 7.20 54.56 30.70 317. Interest Rates.88 –6.79 –4.10 646 +38 99 98 90 A– 57.877.7million.999 6.78 86.8 93.3%.20 in heavy turnover.30 –1.47 –1.45 36.47 8.63 23. the stock vaulted 13% in huge trade.27 –1.00 56.53 –2. volume edged lower. GraingerGWW Ensign GroupENSG AeroVironmentAVAV Emergency Medical ServicesEMS banking industry.69 63.86 51.000 jobs in October vs.059 2.155 +204 41 73 15 D+ 24.96 59.36 to 15. The company also filed to sell up to $150 million in mixed securities.74 –0.81 105. and more.63 MedcoHlth o 91 76 87 B 28.43 27.com.8 49.06 to 48.768 +52 90 81 80 C+ 33. 2008 MAKING MONEY B1 RELEVANT FACTS.57.62 –1.76 –1.188 +59 86 54 86 B 155.094 in September.EFJ?EDI =. But AeroVironmentAVAV sank 1.69 in brisk trade.50 –1.42 9. Customer Service.13 25.88 17. 1) $4.09 –2.495. That’s half the amount the company previously said it would issue when it agreed to buy fellow banking firm WachoviaWB last month.16 25.34 6.029 +54 29 34 29 E 39. That stock was down 11% in early after-hours action. Almost Family’s Oct.69 34. Strategy insights from the Options Guy.33 501 +80 46 97 4 D+ 31.39 –2.22 –2.8 –1.05 313 +99 97 87 98 B+ 25.76 2.56 1. Prior to entering into options transactions. Boca Raton. 2) SmartMoney August 2007 Broker Survey “Best Discount Broker”.36 582 +38 80 56 79 D– 71.50 23.079 259 695 2.73 34.H 2 See for yourself.50 –2.1% the previous month.00 –2. hitting its highest point in more than seven years.tradeking. bonds. when it comes to options. See https://www. Banking Amenities.35 539 +322 97 87 92 B 34. Market volatility.91 51.77 411 7.54 1. The unemployment rate is expected to rise to 6. NOVEMBER 6. After all. Aside from Wednesday’s lighter volume.51 –0.39 –1.55 7. Before the market’s open. closing just below its 50-day moving average. Meanwhile.51 665 +67 46 75 20 E 32.8 143. please visit TradeKing. The Dow industrials slid 5.64 38. 50-day avg.19 19. The company cited a big write-down and a drop in ad revenue at its TV stations for the shortfall. But quarterly sales matched views.45 31.493 +38 94 89 81 E 32.97 –0. FL. Bad news from bigname stocks after the close put an added damper on the day’s action.93 +1.98 48.93 to 42.142 +42 76 65 63 C+ 35.84 39.14 –4.47 570 +62 68 77 57 D 32.945 +126 99 74 99 B+ 20.9 –14.82 80.97 83. Wells Fargo’s stock dipped 5% after hours.09 24.71 –4.5 85. Investment Products.0 45.20 25.88 19.408 +91 95 79 85 D 20.057 +48 55 53 48 C 34. That marked the highest number of layoffs in almost five years.82 10.965 +144 70 86 44 C+ 48.50 702 +39 83 59 91 C 20. bouncing back above its 50-day moving average. Myriad recently became profitable.26 17.62 –0. geekiness is a very good thing.17 –3.64 40.20 84.77 17.62 –0. up 63% and 14 cents better than estimates.95 –3.01 171. Federal Hwy.007 +38 99 93 99 B+ 39.86 62.51 4.34 –2. Networker Cisco SystemsCSCO issued adjusted profit numbers that beat estimates. December crude fell $5.59 –2. To receive a free copy.com/wiki/display/tkservice/Disclosures before making any investment decisions.88 –1. Its stock also trades well over 1 million shares daily.KING. 1 :?I9EKDJ :?I9EKDJ8HEA.04 45.47 +3.06 +0.30 a barrel on continued weakness in demand.74 17. But Wednesday’s drop yanked the stock below its recent buy point of around 35. Thinly traded Ensign GroupENSG fell 1.00 –1.15 –0. Research. three bigname stocks suffered sizable losses.9 60. erasing some of Tuesday’s negative reversal.08 1.984 249 243 130 865 2. Gene therapy firm Myriad GeneticsMYGN gained 1% in rapid volume.90 34.79 846 +44 97 84 84 B– 45.9 62. 00 M O R E C O V E R A G E O N N E X T P A G E 00 I N T R A D A Y M A R K E T U P D A T E S AVAILABLE SIX TIMES A DAY AT INVESTORS. BY JONAH KERI INVESTOR'S BUSINESS DAILY Stocks fell sharply in lighter volume Wednesday.73 –1.69 –2.87 453 +267 94 66 98 A– 63.A#?<?97J?ED5 œ Get clear explanations of the options market.51 118. Options transactions involve risks and are not suitable for all investors.26 38. RULES & SKILLS THE BIG PICTURE NYSE + Nasdaq Stocks On The Move Indexes Fall Hard But In Lighter Volume.85 23.91 51.83 –1.54 –1.53 –0.69 –15. Some Big-Name Stocks Slide After Close Stocks with high volume vs. The stock sank 6% in after-hours trading.26 70.61 –1. the provider of home nursing care services delivered Q3 earnings excluding items of 57 cents a share.06 –3.03 –1.15 75.95 320.93 in more than triple its typical turnover.829 +71 96 64 97 A– 76. Gray & Christmas said job cuts rose to 112. The Nasdaq tumbled 5.33 234 +83 93 76 96 A– 23.INVESTOR'S BUSINESS DAILY THURSDAY. 95.23 to $65. Medical software maker Quality SystemsQSII rose 1.8 52.05 –1.21 30.663 +130 77 85 62 C 47.21 26. Elsewhere.12 –3.09 –1.20 1.994 +52 12 8 36 E 25.307 +149 82 83 60 C+ 26.4 73.01 –2. reflecting heavy institutional action.76 16.45 –0.482 517 181 869 713 1.05 –1. Banking firm Wells FargoWFC said it would issue a $10 billion offering of common stock.43 to 33.46 49.077 468 245 428 7.88 1.27 38.57 39. Two employment gauges offered bad tidings ahead of Friday’s broader monthly jobs report.79 –3.55 1.58 –17.90 –0.58 –3.377 +43 60 92 19 C 23.14 140.137 112 +212 +156 +143 +134 +125 +120 +104 +103 +93 +90 +81 +80 +80 +73 +65 +63 +58 +58 +49 +48 +45 +43 +43 +42 +40 +39 +38 +36 +36 +36 +35 +34 +32 +32 +30 +27 +26 +26 +25 +25 +25 M>EÊIKF <EHIEC. Seminar webcasts.91 –4.71 23.80 120. The maker of alternative-energy technologies and military drones found support at its 50-day moving average.00 66. During the regular session.84 24. S&P 500 since 10/28 follow-through Leaders up in volume: Almost FamilyAFAM Quality SystemsQSII Leaders down in volume: W.34 33.56 36.92 811 +267 33.74 345 +47 88 54 89 B 39. Thus Wednesday’s drop erased less than 30% of gains accumulated in just over a week.53 1. 28 alone.00 55. Trading Tools.78 404 +75 86 89 69 D+ 44. 28 follow-through.995 +44 95 81 81 A 34. It eased 7% on the Nasdaq and 3% on the NYSE compared with Tuesday’s totals.68 82.76 1. the market’s recent action provides some context for the session’s price losses. based on: Commissions. The benchmark S&P 500 had surged 18.81 5.17 –1.00 –2.00 164. OK.99 MyriadGn o QualtySys o NCIInc AlmstFam o CleanHrbr o MYGN QSII NCIT AFAM CLHB 71.43 –25.00 28.58 –1. On Tuesday.00 33.4 80.60 104.49 Centene o MHS CNC 91 65 79 C 55 77 30 B– 99 78 97 A+ 82 60 81 C+ 96 79 88 B 47 77 21 D+ 89 76 86 B 79 59 88 D– 83 88 65 C+ 40 40 52 D+ 87 78 59 C+ 93 94 81 B– 34 56 30 D 94 84 73 D+ 92 69 85 A+ 59 81 35 C+ 70 51 67 B+ 63 18 81 C 52 66 36 C 70 93 36 D– 95 90 84 C+ 93 91 68 C+ 81 85 68 E 83 57 82 B 92 88 70 B 88 97 56 C 56 96 30 E 86 84 40 B– 46 74 57 D– 35 90 8 E 89 86 69 B– 50 77 47 D+ 86 86 85 C 51 89 21 D– 70 69 36 E 60 92 31 E 52 86 27 E 68 65 65 B– 63 83 37 B– 44 55 29 C+ 95 52 95 B+ 43 93 9 E 95 81 89 B 54 75 29 C+ SJM USM EMS SAM PG 56.80 2.391 453 397 486 185 393 1.03 31.70 22.54 41.93 2.00 42. the NYSE composite 5.131 +38 88 40 84 B 118..36 23.70 54.25 112.59 27.67 28. it’s small print time. 80 EPS & 80 RS or better are boldfaced. salesjumped 84% to $58. 33487. part of a $250 billion effort to revive the battered Wednesday’s action: Stocks fall in lighter volume Current outlook: Market in confirmed rally Distribution days: 1 for Dow.COM/MARKETS SMARTSELECT ® COMPOSITE RATING SMARTSELECT ® COMPOSITE RATING EPS Rel Acc 52-Wk 6 Rnk Str Dis High NYSE Stock 6 Rnk Str Stock Closing Vol Vol% Symbol Price Chg (1000s) Chg 96 90 82 C+ 54. 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Since % This Wks Wks Mo Industry |Rating | Jan1 |Chg Wk| Ago |Ago| Ago| Name 1 19 59 196 Trnsprttin–Airlne 2 8 8 89 CommlSvcs–Schools 3 3 5 80 Mdcal–Outpnt/HmCr 4 9 21 41 Soap&ClngPreparat 5 1 2 151 Retail–Discnt&Vari 6 5 18 133 Banks–Wst/Sthwst 7 11 91 160 Retail–Spr/MiniMkts 8 10 4 70 Medical–Genetics 9 15 1 171 Insurance–Brokers 10 2 9 45 Elec–MilitarySystems 11 14 13 63 Medical–Biomed/Bth 12 25 19 100 ComlSvcs–Scrty 13 7 31 109 Banks–Southeast 14 17 44 27 Food–MscPrparation 15 27 35 44 Utility–GasDstribtn 16 22 26 64 Cosmetics/PersnlCre 17 16 40 39 Banks–Northeast 18 30 37 21 Medical–GenercDrgs 19 18 41 94 Banks–Midwest 20 6 3 183 ComptrSftwr–Mdcl 21 20 89 98 Financ–Svings&Lo 22 13 54 46 Mdcal–Drg/Dvrsified 23 21 25 68 Medical–EthicalDrgs 24 12 15 55 Medical–Products 25 48 113 32 Tobacco 26 42 100 104 Utility–WaterSupply 27 29 121 29 DvrsifiedOprtions 28 47 53 74 CmmlSvcs–Cnsltng 29 26 22 174 Banks–SuprRgional 30 36 52 42 Insrnce–Prp/Cas/Titl 31 34 142 35 Fnanc–IdxTrckngFd 32 38 33 25 PollutionCntrl–Svcs 33 32 27 67 CommlSvcs–Misc 34 46 46 82 Food–Confectionery 35 24 20 30 Medical–Systems/Eqp 36 23 10 136 Retail/Whlsle–Food 37 56 34 8 Bldg–A/C&HeatingP 38 31 55 43 Fnce–InvsmntMgt 39 61 86 60 Utility–ElctricPwr 40 45 125 88 CommlSvcs–Hlthcre 41 33 30 139 InvstmntBrokers 42 44 11 61 RetlWhsleBldgPrds 43 63 45 85 Rtail/Whlsle–At/Prts 44 84 171 59 FnancepblInvFdbnd 45 60 70 142 HsholdofficFurnitr 46 39 6 26 Leisr–Tys/Gms/Hbby 47 73 56 71 Househld–Applncs 48 28 16 50 Mdical/Dntal–Srvcs 49 79 114 9 Oil&Gas–USRoyalty 50 49 36 66 Cmpter–TechSrvcs 51 40 7 77 Rtail–Clthing/Shoe 52 37 69 57 Retail–MjrDscChns 53 105 164 92 Oil&Gas–Trnsprt/Pip 54 51 75 95 Apparel–Shoes&Rel 55 62 28 178 Comptr–PrphrlEqp 56 43 79 73 Mdcal–WhlsleDrg 57 71 118 54 FuneralSvcs&Rel 58 64 43 192 Compter–Netwrking 59 58 60 15 Trnsportation–Trck 60 41 12 156 Mdcal–NrsngHmes 61 35 23 58 Rtail–HmeFrnshngs 62 55 50 72 Finance–Reit 63 54 71 130 Telecom–WirlssEqp 64 53 38 84 ComptrSftwr–Entr 65 69 102 53 Beverages–Alcoholic 66 86 42 10 Transportation–Rail 84 98 94 ..3 –32..8 –5.35% –6. .1 –6....3 –44.50%: –5. .6 –3.50 –5.6 –41..6 –4.6–1. 1 .36 FSC/NSE 6/12 15.0 –59..8 –52.00 10.7 –47. .5 .8 –12.00 0.5 +18.4–2.48 –9.5 –3. 67 72 85 .5 –4.7 –2. .71% –31.. 90 89 .0 –6.6 –2.50 3. .00 –5.0 –1.com 3 Month % Change Index –11...9 –49.2 –31.12 14.8 –4. 82 50 69 55 78 .21 Transportation-Ship Merrill Lynch VRS/NSE 5/15 12...00 2. Transportatn 4.0 –48.9 –4.48% –29.59% –25.00 4.. –35.E.7 –55.4 –39.64 1468.05 Finance-Reit Western Gas Partners LP WES/NSE 5/ 9 19.2 –58.1 . ..5 –3.4 –4.0 –4.S.0–7.5 –48.7 –7.77 2..1 –3.7–4.00 4.2 –2.9 –8.52 14.0 –22.00 3.2 –23. Rank 3 6 7 This Wks Wks Mo Industry Wk| Ago |Ago| Ago| Name Rank Subgroup%Chg Daily 3 6 7 Comp.26 Oil&Gas-U S Expl&Prod Citigroup Whiting USA Trust I WHX/NSE 4/25 21..00 –4.12 –6.5 –45....8 –14 –54.2 –43.3 –5..9 +0..5 –62.9 –32.87 9139..00 Comml Svcs-Schools Citigroup SOLR/NDQ 7/24 17.00 10.20 3800.0 –13.20 –317.50 16.7 –47.51 514...25% –5.85% –35.22% –53..60% –33..9 –29..3 –56. 57 .. .3 –4.3 +2. .0–6.38% –45.8 –13. 49 74 80 61 74 .7 –1.4 –25.2–4.60% –5.1 –46. 69 ..8 –4.3 –4.45 6.00 21.59 652..9 –3.7 –16.1 –6. .70 Energy-Other CFX/NSE 5/ 8 17.5 –5..00 16.1 –4. .. 65 64 .8 –35.8 –2.5 –1.4 –26..8 –26.89 –15.5 –4.2 –41.69 21.71% –19.6 –4.4 +1..42 Energy-Other China Mass Mdia Intl ADS CMM/NSE Crdt Suisse Frst Bos ERII/NDQ 7/ 2 9.66% –5.7–3.1 –48.16 13...5 –5..00 19..33 –79.1 –4.50 Insurance-Prop/Cas/Titl Friedman.00 20.9 –7.47 28.34% –4.4 –4. . .1 –21.9 –31. 85 92 91 83 85 90 86 83 89 90 82 92 88 .6 –6.1 –2. ..35 Pollution Control-Svcs Blair William & Co Visa Inc –8..00 24. Finance Gold Index IBD New America Index Insurance Index New Issues Index Yesterday’s Change % Change Value 1003.43% –5..1 –34.6 –35.. ...28% –29.00 19.27 622...5 –5.10 551. .. 70 .8–4.3 –48.9 –35..2 –61..67 Machinery-Gen Industrial Merrill Lynch MHLD/NDQ 5/ 6 10.63% –31.70%: –8.37 –31..76% –3.7 –10.40 Utility-Water Supply Goldman Sachs & Co IPI/NSE 4/22 29.3–2.82% –34.5 –30..3 –3.0 –6...7 –44.6 –6..6 –21....82 Real Goods Solar RSOL/NDQ 5/ 8 12.50 –5. .1 –23......8 –59. call Since Jan 1 –23.02% –21.05% –4.9–3. Get Results! Promote your Business in Investor’s Business Daily®’s National Business Marketplace and target the knowledgeable investors you need Monday.9 –4.79 32...00 14.1 –5.. 1 on right.54% –29.0 –31...5 –3...25 0.77% –16..9 –5.. 81 82 89 83 86 86 81 .0 –20. . Lighter volume also helped soften the blow.0–4.0–3.32% –20..7 –7.....6 –27.E. Biotechnlgy 2.5 –7.2 –8.5 –5.29 Computer Sftwr-Enterprse Anderson & Strudwick 12.6 –3.1 –6..74 59.6 –5...8 –6.0 –5. .80 6.91 –8. 84 75 72 75 .3 –52...1 Rank Subgroup%Chg Daily 3 6 7 Comp.3 –39.1 –5.5 –51..2 –4. 66 78 .3 –51.4 –14..8 –53.3 –25. 60 .6 –42.34 V/NSE 3/19 42.0 –47.73 –97.7 –36.3 Groups Highest % Of Top 10 Fidelity Industry Market Indexes list sorted by % gain in last 3 months.76 56...00 44.9 –6.1 –4.0–5. . .00 5.4 –41.7 –4.0 –5. Since % This Wks Wks Mo Industry |Rating | Jan1 |Chg Wk| Ago |Ago| Ago| Name Telecom–Services Containers Transportation–Svcs ComptrSftwr–Fincl Retail–MailOrder&Di Retail–LeisurePrds Mdical–HlthMntOrg Bldg–Rsidnt/Comml Apprel–ClthingMfg Chemicals–Specialty Medical/Dntal–Sppls Elec–Scntific/Msrng Bvrages–SftDrinks Bldg–Mbile/Mfg&Rv Insurance–Life Bldg–CnstrPrds/Msc Aerospce/DfnseEqp ComptrSftwr–Scrity Retail–Restaurants Leisre–Mvies&Rel Telecom–Equipment Leisure–Products FnancialSrvcs–Misc Auto/Trck–RplcPrts Trnsprt–AirFreight Media–Radio/Tv Telecom–SrvcsFrgn PollutnCntrl–Eqp Bldg–Paint&Allied Elec–SmicondctrMfg ConsumerProd–Misc RealEstateOprtions Bldg–HandTools Bldg–Cment/Cncrt OfficeSuppliesMfg AgriculturalOprtions CmmlSvcs–MrktRch Internet–Software Textile–Mill/Hsehold Telecom–WirlssSvcs Banks–MoneyCntr Cmptr–IntgrtdSyst Paper&PaperProduc Telcom–FibrOptcs Oil&Gas–Rfing/Mkt Oil&Gas–IntlExplPr Insrnce–Acc&Heal Bldg–Mntnance&S Elec–SemicndctrEqp Retail–Misc Aerospace/Defense Intrnet–NtwrkSltns Rtail/Whlslecmp/Cll Internet–Content Media–Books Elec–ContractMfg Comptr–DataStrge Chemicals–Plastics Retail–DrugStores AutoManufacturers Chemicals–Basic Elctricl–Equipmnt CommlSvcs–Leasing Internet–ECommerce Financ–PblInvFdeqt Fincecnsmer/CmlLns 73 77 82 84 .7 –5.12% –29.0 –50.. .3 –4.53% –4.6–5.71 Finance-Reit Keefe Bruyette Woods American Water Works AWK/NSE 4/23 26... .5 –8.4 –38.2 –41.....87% –6.05% –33.07% –50.39 –4.37 200.8 –39.41% –16.7 –30. Pharm 6. 61 .1 –30.35 –28.8 –5. .9 –36.2 –2.50% –21.6 –35.2 –38. 86 89 .9 –47. .92% –6. Defense Index Dow Jones Trans S&P 500 S&P 600 Russell 2000 Value Line Index N..25 3. 84 .94 – 2.3 +0..43 –88. 74 . Medical–Genetics Comml Services–Scrty Finance–Savings & Loans Medical–Ethical Drugs Finance–Index Trucking Fd 4% 2% 1% 1% 0% PIECE IT ALL TOGETHER DAILY STOCK ANALYSIS INVESTORS.1–6. . –35.03% –2.4 –50. worst 10 underlined. .7 –45. top 4 indexes yesterday.8 –3.6 –16.8 –3.00 –10.5 –47.64 7.00 18.7 –40.22 13..73 1452..7 –37. Med Eq & Sys 3.3 –34.9 –4.. Since % |Rating | Jan1 |Chg Oil&Gas–IntlIntegra Trnsprttion–EqpMfg Bldg–WoodPrds Food–MeatProducts RtailWhlsleOffcSup Media–Diversified Houshld–CnsmerElc Media–Cble/StlliteTv CommlSvcs–Stffng CompterSftwr–Dsgn Internet–Isp Office–Eqp&Autom Mchnry–GenIndstrl Elec–PrtsDistribtrs Elec–MiscProducts MetalPrds–Fstners MetalProc&Fabrica CommlSvcs–Prntng Mchnry–MtlHdlg Finc–PblInvFd–Fn Elec–Cmpnent/Cntr Oil&Gas–USExplPro CmptrSftwr–Edu RealEstateDevlpmt ComptrSftwr–Dsktp Retail/Whlsle–Jwlry Food–DairyProducts Media–Periodicals Medcal–Hospitals Leisre–Gamng/Equip Retail–CnsmrElec Househld–Housewrs Leisure–Services MetalOres–Gld/Silvr Comptr–Manufctrs Oil&Gas–FieldServic Transportation–Ship Insrnce–Divrsified ComlSvcs–Advrtsng Banks–Foreign Food–Flour&Grain Media–Newspapers Oil&GascdnExplPro Retail–DprtmntStrs Machnry–Tools&Re Bldg–HeavyConstr Energy–Other Leisure–Hotels&Mot Oil&Gas–Drilling Trucks&Parts–HvyD Oil&Gas–USIntgrt Leisre–PhtoEqp/Rel Chemicals–Fertilizers Fnanc–Mrtg&RelSvc Machinery–Farm MetalPrds–Distribtr Oil&Gas–Mchnry/Eq Oil&Gas–CdnIntgrt Auto/Trck–OrgnlEqp Mchinry–Cnstr/Mng Steel–Producers MetalOres Auto/Trck–Tirs&M Steel–SpcltyAlloys Mining–Gems 77 ...50 –13..9 –4..S.0 –8.75% Intrepid Potash Inc 10.6 –2.4 –13 –51..11% –30.5 –36...27% –40....7 –22..9 –18. ..8 –7..3 –44.4 –44.9 –48.. 69 ..8 –57.4 –42.72% –47. ...20 Internet-Network Sltns Goldman Sachs & Co Industry Group Lead Underwriter 8/ 3 7.1 –37.7 –9..3 –27.50 –21.76 16.... 66 .50 –17..6 –35. ..15 –12.10% –32.. But the decline still took less than 30% off the gains accrued in the previous six sessions.8 –50..1 –4. .7 –43. Billings Energy Recovery Inc Fifth Street Finance Safe Bulkers Verso Paper Corp American Capital Agency Colfax 18...2 –6..3 –4.1 –13 –49..9 –6.5 –4.28 –271. 74 .73% –23..6 –3.88 8..3 –36...6 –30.71 –75...4–2.33% Prices Of Recent IPOs Maiden Holdings Ltd For Advertising Information.7 –1.7 –5..8 –37.06% –25. .6 –3. .1 –64. .3 –18.2 –8.. Health Care – 11% – 16% – 20% – 24% – 25% – 29% – 31% – 31% – 32% – 32% Today’s general market highlights: Stocks took a big price hit on Wednesday.. .6 +1..5 –79.10% –27. .4 –8.2 –47.00 23.5 –16.6 –50.. .4 133 154 160 34 134 99 99 105 135 111 48 75 136 93 166 48 137 87 72 129 138 152 168 153 139 125 129 159 140 136 92 162 141 91 67 144 142 112 119 126 143 104 127 90 144 164 165 143 145 88 39 22 146 162 116 166 147 143 148 114 148 147 146 128 149 129 68 18 150 126 151 157 151 142 103 24 152 155 189 93 153 153 87 65 154 175 61 2 155 94 174 47 156 145 157 150 157 117 143 115 158 114 63 168 159 134 123 106 160 163 162 19 161 150 77 16 162 168 159 191 163 157 90 120 164 181 181 108 165 167 147 173 166 178 186 14 167 156 156 137 168 180 128 20 169 170 170 127 170 171 175 140 171 166 167 149 172 174 177 124 173 186 192 81 174 140 193 193 175 185 154 13 176 172 120 184 177 169 135 111 178 160 82 121 179 159 81 4 180 173 169 152 181 192 172 7 182 177 176 175 183 188 191 83 184 176 187 195 185 193 182 3 186 183 190 197 187 189 188 5 188 179 155 36 189 184 105 56 190 191 183 33 191 182 178 131 192 187 185 38 193 195 194 1 194 196 196 12 195 190 184 116 196 194 195 134 197 197 197 189 Subgroup%Chg Daily Comp.23 Finance-Investment Mgmt Goldman Sachs & Co SB/NSE 5/29 22.4 –2.23% –29..03 –59.9 –5. ...77 275.1 –50.1 –44.00 0.8 –4.6 –3...7 –43. 83 78 85 ..11% –4.19 –52.71% –39.1 –46.2 –6.6 –43. ..16% –4.70 –51..8 –3.6 –35.6 –7.7 –4. 28 follow-through.9 –4.8 –49.0 –4..4 –5.00 1.4 –51.01 –28.5 –32. 87 91 87 87 84 92 86 79 . 84 72 75 56 .34 Financial Services-Misc Morgan J P CardioNet BEAT/NDQ 3/19 20.9 –3.6–3.6–4..3 –6.28% –32. Composite Nasdaq OTC Comp High–Tech Index S&P Midcap 400 Amex Composite N.2 –4.9 –6.00 0. 80 86 86 .3 –3. .80% –36.75% –26.5 –46.2 –1.3 –5.27% –5.1 –4.31 –48..Y.80 –12..4 –2.06% –19. 87 85 79 65 82 .2 –73. 78 .5 –5.52 –22..31 19.5 –37. (: on left..2 –46.00 20. .7 –2.3–1.03 –19.99 –36.00 RAX/NSE 8/ 8 16. NOVEMBER 6.0 –47.1 –51.5 –8.3 –5.30 –36.6 –3.B2 HOW'S THE MARKET? THURSDAY.76 Comml Svcs-Advertising Merrill Lynch DL/NSE 7/30 8.5 –5.00 7..6 –44.1 –4.8 –12...21 –68.00 .2 –3.54 4382..74 507.98 –15.67 6012.9 –12 –54.4 –37.5 –50.7 –29.0 –43. Consumestpl 5.9 –33.3 –35.55% –20..6 –4.48 –14.6 –3.00 32.8 –4.20 –25. 0 0 0 0 S&PMidcap400Ind 0 0 0 0 S&P500Index –43.3 –70.4 –37.0 –1.56 5..6 –4.7 –50. 68 .9 –40.9 –34.4 –3.00 12.2 –52.5 –23.25 448.7 –60.9 –26. .5–3..6 –37.55 –20...3 –5.99 –57..74% –5.6 –43. . Retailing 9.8 –4.7 –4.7 –29.3 –5..) Stocks At New High Funds Since Jan.00 –16..17 Medical/Dental-Services Citigroup Heritage–Crystal Clean HCCI/NDQ 3/12 12.78 325.4 –34.50 11.7 –44...00 0. 57 50 .8 –42.0–3.6 –4.12% –56..64 317.8 –5.4 –5.1 –1..37 –61.2 –5. top 4 indexes since Jan.00 –7.24 Machinery-Gen Industrial Citigroup Hong Kong Highpwer Tech HPJ/ASE 6/19 3..2 –6.8 –9.5 –40.2 –33.6 –28. 55 . Banking 7.7 –56.9 –49.3 –6.7 –0.9 –4.52%: –4...2 –14.5 –4. . . . .0 –3.5 –5. 60 .50 11.9 –7.6 –45.7 –4.2 –6. .. .9 –46.8 –33.33 –15.28 –11.00 20.3 –25.96% –35.28% –36.2 –2.00 –12. Day’s top 10 performers are boldfaced.2 –12.80% –21.00 374..6 –43.3 –3. .99%: China Distance Educ ADS GT Solar International Offer Price % Chg From Filing Current Price % Chg From Offer 7.

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Solar-power stocks fell after SunPowerSPWRA warned that recent gains in the dollar would hurt earnings growth in Q4and next year.4 AlbertoC 1.3 KindredHl r KCI 25. 11.29 –1.39 OrthofixIntl OFIX 12.47 41.19 +6 262 33ò 74 40 81 D D+27.20 97 75 72 B B+20.68 –.90 –3.37 –.89 –2.4 Medcath r MDTH 14.2 VIVO 25.80 ResCare RSCR 13.0 99 74 99 A B+NH 71 39 76 C B 54.68 –3 114 .9 Illumina IMCL 69.08 –2.91 –42 72 .64 –1.o –76 252 9o –51 109 29ê –37 99 13k –39 88 15ò –25 141 27ê +1 301 32ê –45 2.92 –.31 +3.Interview with William J.4 r HOFT 9.0 Biomarin BMRN 18.25 –1.-based company also uses its expertise in infrared technology to make gear that measures moisture in walls or detects gas leaks. 99 77 94 EPS Rel Rnk Str Stock Name Vol% Vol P EPS Rel Rnk Str Stock Name 98 92 60 40 59 82 75 43 10 89 39 53 80 98 86 37 84 65 68 98 Symbol Closing Price Net Up Kendle Intl KNDL 25.6 Hospira HSP 30.5 FMS 42.5 7LHCGroup LHCG 33. 25.8 BioRefLabs r BRLI 24.03 –27 300 94ò MDZ 11.94 Smith&Ne 1.08 31.27 –1.2 90 80 88 C B–51.05 –69 55 30k 96 74 85 B C+62.39 –1.1 93 91 53 A D 75.9 AdvMOpt EYE 7.69 +.8m 6o 59 80 29 B E 69.o 79 74 54 A E 57.44 –.7 KineticC 87 99 36 A E 57.75 –.09 –22 544 .k 18 1 35 E D–66.4 ECL 36.94 –.8 BrstMySq 6.4 NHC 40.0m 13o –52 288 7ê .41 –44 1.2 72 88 57 C D–26.09 –12 606 .k 98 91 69 A B 69.6 HenrySchn HSIC 41.9 AstraZen 4.24 –..9m 19o * > $7 TRADES EVERYDAY > CUSTOMIZED TRADING PLATFORMS 10 Vital Ratings For 2.69 –.0 41 33 26 B D–43.4m 86o 97 78 97 A B+66.5m 22o 57 74 73 D D–35.72 MeridBio 2.75 –31 738 62ò 84 68 95 .24 –1.10 –25 140 22o –.99 –39 426 27o 88 45 67 D A 20.78 –.30 –1.04 –17 1.70 +8 4.06. or 8%.6 GileadSci GILD 45.30 –.ò ISRG 186.27 +10 2.0 Luminex LMNX 17.99 in more than double its average volume.56 –2.6m 35o 93 39 96 B B 68..3 61 82 36 A E 45.60 Teva 1.01 –.1m 10o 54 74 49 .83 –64 65 11ê 89 78 70 A E 44.89 +69 31 .74 +80 468 15ê 82 83 60 B C+63.19 +1.78 VCAAnt WOOF 19.41 –56 517 12o 25 47 19 E D+36.37 –2.2 r DV 53. Investor’s Business Daily.71 +1 1.0 AlexionPhr ALXN .39 58.56 –3.17 in more than triple pace after earlier hitting a new 52-week high.3 MaglnHlth MGLN 34..63 –4.58 +. 61.48 –2.51 82 96 55 A C+53.53 –.00 9 29 18 C D–82.13 –. All branches of the U.06 –21 138 26o 47 46 56 C E 67.6m 12o +6 58 9ê –12 210 28ò –36 834 16ò –43 228 17o –26 517 21o –30 1.94 –23 505 95o –1.7 85 74 82 C D–24.08 –.52 –44 3.9 AMAGPhrm AMAG 26.7m 15o 99 98 99 A A–51.0 PLL 26.96 –1.70 –18 2.14 –1.81 to 76..5 Amgen AMGN .0 Immucor 13 3 10 .7–16.7m 13o –47 344 4o –25 3.31 +7 214 .6 MedcoHlth MHS 41.83 –25 86 18ê 85 48 96 C D 79.64 –33 73 14k –.05+232 1.7 ACL 93.12 88 85 68 B D–54.81 –1.6m 8o 84 76 56 B B–40.55 +42 7.81 21.1m 10o r IRIS 11.29 –11 905 11ò 86 84 40 A B–62.03 +15 5.8 65 12 80 B C+66.9 7HlthSprg HS 17.8 r CSS 21.7 99 74 95 C B 58.71 –45 467 14ê –1.0 96 77 85 A B–61.15 –61 661 99o 97 59 97 B A–27.1 Abiomed ABMD 14.01 –.ò –1. O’Neil. to 32.77 Makita MKTAY 21.95 +91 2.0 80 78 42 A C 29.ê –.68 –0.95 +1.20 –.0 QstDiagn .22 –28 1.2 IsisPhrm 81 92 53 B D–35. 25.26 70.50 StJudeMed r STJ .94 Omnicell r OMCL 10.31 –24 457 11ò 99 85 98 A B+35.0 ColgPlmv 2. > > > > > > > > 52-wk Dividend Close Vol% Vol P 52-wk Dividend Close Vol% Vol P 1 4 63 40 87 17 96 20 58 $7 ONLINE TRADES.44 +.75 39.17 MolinaHl MOH 23.55 –.85 71 84 53 B D+34. to be implemented through 2011.09 –2.7 17 13 26 D E 24.55 +75 782 9o 41 6 50 D C 33.20 +10 1.91 WarnerCh WCRX 13.66 –2.17 103..17 –2 1.42 –1.o –57 32 55k –11 1.1 KVPharmA KVA 16.6 DolbyLab DLB 29. The stock might be carving out the right side of a base.71 –25 175 10ê –.2 MNT 15..03 +12 1. or 14%.0 98 86 78 B B 21.2m .0 TEVA 40.39 +2.03 –2. an affiliate of Investor’s Business Daily.15 –.5m 7o 37 1 57 E D 16.6 CeleraGrp CRA 12.6 AmeriBrg 1.09 –.97 –31 1. 80.60 +.29 –1.6 20 4 21 D E 31.92 Triple–Sn GTS 10.33 +1. Both companies earn as much as 90% of their revenue through Medicare payments.5 COV 43.ò –24 2. losing 4.34 Vol% Chg +117 +68 –96 –70 –98 +33 –95 –77 –51 +45 IBD Composite Rating Earnings Per Share Growth Rating Relative Price Strength Rating Sales+Profit Margins+Return On Equity Accumulation/Distribution (last 3 mos) 52-wk Dividend Close Vol% Vol P Try Alerts Plus FREE and see for yourself why it’s the best Alerts service available! www.13 –6 641 15o 98 80 95 A B+39.20 WellPoint WLP 38. Help Its Stock Medicare Cuts But Volume Eases Regain Uptrend NAME THAT INVESTMENT COMPANY: IBD INDUSTRY THEMES NYSE & NASDAQ THE LONG-TERM INVESTOR PRODUCTS: BY ALAN R.02 –.41 –19 15m 8o –.9m 5o –57 108 11ê –64 43 7ê –46 739 17o –32 87 13k –32 697 11o –22 133 39o –53 199 7ê –11 1.03 –1.0 InvrnsMed IMA 21.o 42 56 41 C C+40.1 SNY 29.9 CardioNetn BEAT 23.0 87 67 83 B E 117 47 48 44 B C+59.4 SNN 43.50 +.45 +1.1m 43o 99 97 99 A B+20.0 BMY 20.0 HealthNet HNT 11.09 Osiris OSIR 15. the moves look like they may have been election-related.3 ApplBio . 34.59 –.79 SymtryMed SMA 14.1 r HNI 17.7 74 5 97 D B 20.63 –1.84 85.2m 20ê –.8 HillenI 3.17 –.25 +1.14 –1.9 MDT 39.0m 15ê 89 73 77 A D–37.08 –64 40 .72 42 38 58 D C 42.1 ACV 23.10 –1.44 –.0 r ABC 30.76 –1.44 –20 732 7ê 82 39 90 D B–27.99 ShireLtd .2 WstPhm 1. IBD Composite Rating Most Active NYSE Earnings Per Share Growth Rating Relative Price Strength Rating Cmp EPS Rel Acc Sales+Profit Margins+Return On Equity Rtg Rnk Str Dis Stock Name Accumulation/Distribution (last 3 mos) 56 89 34 E Chesapk Engy 6 6 666 High Stock % Yield Symbl Price Chg Chg 1000 E 6 6 666 High Stock % Yield Symbl Price Chg Chg 1000 E 94 79 98 C D+53.0 Amerigrp AGP 26.2 MRX 13.43+101 1.ê 45 91 7 B E 71.8 AmsurgA r AMSG 23.18 +3 586 8ê 61 37 66 E B–18.72 +82 1.0 Datascp .98 Progenics r PGNX 9.24 –1.3 r AM 11.6 BiognIdec BIIB 44.7 56 78 46 C D 90.15 +10 32 16k +..2m 36o 96 96 70 A E 78.22 –55 192 19o 92 69 85 B A+41.73 –50 216 .3 7EmergBio EBS 16.o 93 88 46 A C+49.1 BeckCltr 1.5 IRISIntl ISIS 14.84 NovenPhm NOVN 10.33 –.6m .. which seem to have brought at least a temporary end to a slide in the company’s stock.00 PhrmPdt 1.52 –.35 –.5 ChrchDwt .79 29..9 OMI 41.46 +12 726 20o 97 86 86 A B–49.84 –.50 +81 2.77 Medivation MDVN 18.01 SunHlthcr SUNH 11.79 –1.6 MartekBio MATK 29.3 r NVO 52.k 89 83 76 A D 93.40 –1. 56.0 DTSInc DTSI 19.2 Chattem CHTT 71. building revenues via consolidation as they adjusted their business models for Medicare changes.84 –2. The fall erased most of the ambulance provider’s gains from a breakout past a 34.8 JohnsnJn 3.75 SavientPh SVNT 4.20 37 24 49 C C+42.W.83 2..35 ValeantPh r VRX 18.07 –1.80 –.4 50 1 72 E A–21.30 +1.1 CommtyHlth CYH 19.40 96 85 95 .42 –.67 –52 327 99ò 46 69 47 E B 28..34 RehabCare RHB 15.56 +1.0 Aetna .10 –24 177 5ê 96 90 82 C C+54.88 97 90 94 A D 82.1m 15ò –18 951 42o –22 63 5ê –42 46 15k –35 462 53o +3 11m 7o +19 886 10o –13 796 12o +12 160 21ê –48 822 99ò –30 1.36+230 395 12ê 99 79 91 A B–61.4 iRobot IRBT 10.48 –58 135 9k .2 r AET 23.93 PsycSol PSYS .48 +42 4.97 +.78 Steris .8 56 38 37 B C 55.16 –2.77 –.0 KendleInt KNDL 91 76 87 C B 28.6 CHD 58. Both companies actually started the year on shaky ground due to changes in Medicare’s payment system.79 +44 846 11o –1.1m 10o –23 1. Nursing-home firm EnsignENSG dropped 1.02 –4 407 21o –.1m 14o 11 4 6 E E 44..70 –1.0 7K12nya LRN 26.83 –1.ò 73 71 53 B E 31.24 –41 170 42ê 51 15 71 .6 IPCn IPCM 20.70 82 63 82 B C 24.55 –41 140 22ê –..77 16.99 +2.3 95 77 79 B D+21.1m 22o 99 95 97 A B+68..5 AirMethods AIRM 18.15 –1 69 .20 Techne 1. Some expect a Democratadministration tobe more generous with Medicare programs.2 7AmPubEn APEI . Analysts said the dollar will hurt other solar companies.80 –18 36 .33 VarianMed VAR .6 ElizArden RDEN 15..58 –.4 BarrPharm BRL 62.scottrade.15 –.57 –2. giving up some of its Tuesday gains.08 –.90 OnyxPhrm ONXX 26.94 70 76 43 A E 45.05 –.40 +.6 GlaxoSK 5.4 93 78 80 B D–54. D–27.6 LLY 33.1m 12o +27 397 9o +63 1.44 4 12 27 D E 28. 16.20 68. LHC saw more modest gains.9 LifepntHos r LPNT 23.10 –.2 BectDck 1. November 5.97 +1.77 –53 240 .24 –4 201 .94 –.32 –46 339 7o 95 79 85 B D 29.79 32.0 HlthSouth HLS 12.60 96 90 61 A C+75.45 –.2m 22ò 82 63 73 A E 47.6 ABI 30. among them unmanned aircraft equipped with Flir’s infrared equipment.54 –1.4 Brookda 10 r BKD 9.87 23 20 23 B E 24.99 –0..59 SyneronMd ELOS 9.4 AlnylamPh ALNY 26.2m 17o 36 14 40 D D 19.22 –.8m 8o 28 55 18 C E 44.k 96 64 97 C A–39.53 –11 147 17ê 74 97 33 A E 36.1 Intermune ITMN 12.00 33.57 Novartis 2.10 UtdhlthG .0 Covidie 1.0 CougarBn CGRB 22.62+134 2.3 Hill–Rom 1.21 Marine Pete Trust MARPS 23.34 95 76 73 A C+52.35 –2.9 KMB 59.2 IFF 31.8 MedclActn MDCI 10.0 Amicusn FOLD 9.30 –.9m 16o –35 1.7 48 74 25 D E 27..1 MWIVet 17 37 7 B E 63.41 –19 585 19ê ILMN 29.2 37 56 10 B D+61.11 +92 1.ò –.2 95 88 80 A E 48.3 r MCK 37.7m 20o 56 2 84 E C+35.0 98 75 94 C B 21.9 97 89 75 A A–73.5 r TECH 68.6 BDX 70.39 –.3 r OCR 25.14 MyriadGn MYGN 71.41 –7 60m 7x –1..29 –.71 –1.3 68 75 46 A E 80.59 +.53 OwensMin 1.46 –2.3m 30o –71 75 28k –38 650 29o +9 758 17ò –27 3. founder of DFREE GIFT! .65 +24 1.2 CSSIndst 2.43 –1.40 –42 855 31ò 99 85 88 A C 84.1m 12o –.investors.9 IntgLfSci 94 78 86 B C+35.0 Emeritus ESC 11. Inc.2 64 33 79 C B–24.3 83 61 64 A B–49.69 –.93 in more than triple its average volume.48 –.9 r STE .6 CubistPhr CBST 25.97 –1 1.93 +.0 Amylin AMLN 8.7m 16o 96 83 85 C C 39.50 –.9m .72 –.6 DeVry .8 7Genoptixn GXDX .21 –1.91 +.06 SonoSite SONO 20.5 AmerGrt 4.60 –27 198 22k 91 72 76 B B–115 BioRadA BIO .4 KimbCla 3.9 Anlogic 1. to 152.87 31.com/IBD y.1 JNJ 59..31 89 57 88 B D+70.97 –.1 Humana r HUM 36.8m 12o 97 92 83 B D+37.61 –2.22 OmrixBio OMRI 17.7 7Knoll 3.60 VNUSMed VNUS 14.0 CIGNA .15 –33 4.0 99 71 98 A C 15.90 +.30 –45 88 14k 55 84 13 A E 40.26 –9 337 30ê 96 90 99 B A–19.ò 83 66 69 A C+54.o –2.09 –1.k 68 7 88 E B+20.06 4.71 –.73 Perrigo .03 in rapid trade.3%.4 93 81 72 A E 57. Third-quarter results showed the industry had found its feet.62 –12 1.7 85 81 54 A D+43.20 –.2 62 43 58 B C+61. 39.85 –41 433 41ê 99 61 98 A A+25.43 PalmrMd PMTI 11. the S&P 500 5.60 +1. an affiliate of Investor’s Business Daily.8 GSK 36.2% and the Dow 5%.35 Pall 2.05 to 102.14 –1.4m 17o 88 81 77 B E 38.04 +67 235 13o –.6 65 5 99 E C 29.13 –12 1.92 –2.09 –. NOVEMBER 6.90 –.82 –.43 –35 229 13ê 95 73 83 A B 29.9 93 88 73 A E 76.0 Arthrocare r ARTC 18.00 Sepracor SEPR 13.5m 10o 81 77 63 B C+22. 48.0 94 87 73 A D 65.o –10 1.13 –40 885 13o 35 61 14 B E 57.02 –.9m 4o 33 60 42 .8 ForestLabs FRX 23.1 IPAR 11.77 –1.89 Resmed RMD 35.69 44.74 NovNrdk 1.7 93 71 81 C C+21.54 –26 717 14ò 68 59 45 B D–76.5 84 67 78 B E 28.5m 26o 82 55 85 D B–19.ò 74 82 39 A E 178 Alcon 2.35 +75 401 10ò 99 85 95 A D+99 Genentech r DNA 83.1 Grtbatch GB 25. the Nasdaq tumbled 5.97 35. In the latest quarter.39 +68 787 17ê 94 74 84 A C+72.6 AZN 41.8m 9o –42 173 .7 Idexx Labs r IDXX 36.86 Surmodics r SRDX 25.21 –13 522 99ê 74 51 51 A D–31.65 –0.70 24.10 –.5 88 57 75 A B–19.o 13 30 23 E E 33.78 +.52 Virophrm VPHM 12.15 –.08 36..6 CareerEd CECO 14.1m 15o IART 35..39 17.5 65 60 50 A D 18.66 –.77 +20 1.VISIT www. 55.2 Conceptus CPTS 16. “That was projected to be significantly negative for home-health providers.8 70 19 96 E B 35.86 –3 192 25o 99 74 93 D B+48.3 CornthClg COCO 13.18 –1.o –31 86 15ê –26 147 9k –24 671 23ò –11 647 .31 +3.0 AbraxisBn ABII 64.60 22. 23 reported betterthan-expected earnings. Much of that was thanks to the company’s many acquisitions.43.4 Cepheid CPHD 14.9 DGX 46.00 –29 1.0m 47o –1.3 77 47 79 D B 26.15 –..34 –2.07 –4 2.7 SHPGY 37.95 87 63 86 B C+30.70 –.71 –. Sales increased 27% in Q3 as earnings climbed 18%.2m 11o +43 605 74ò +13 794 11k +19 1.8 DSCP 51.08 –65 788 14o –27 233 23ê –40 413 .82 –2.8 Affymax AFFY 15. 66 88 72 12.00 NtlHlt 2.18 +2 804 11k –2.4 Cephalon CEPH 73.73 –.43 –.9 89 79 74 B D+38.80 –33 2.23 QiagenNV QGEN 14.54 23.29 –1.71 –16 956 17o –.00 +1.9 84 42 77 A C 53.6m 13o –60 219 9ê –25 764 8o –22 2.30 –2.69 –.8 33 19 41 E D–23.02 –.20 68 58 61 D B–22.03 –36 558 .8 Ecolab 1.03 Regeneron REGN 18.91 –1.80 –1.2m 70o 64 67 68 D D–27. UNLIMITED SHARES > NO HIDDEN FEES > AWARD-WINNING CUSTOMER SERVICE CALL (800) 619-SAVE .75 –11 433 24o 39 43 23 B D–59.6 MDSInc MWIV 28.OR . cars may be equipped with infrared devices to help drivers see better in poor visibility.9 80 65 67 B B–18.95 52. GraingerGWW gapped down.7 WYE XenoPort XNPT Zimmer r ZMH ZollMed ZOLL 36.76 –1.94 81.6 Cynosure CYNO 9.0 7Masimon MASI 30.9 IntFlavr 3.1 ExprsScrpt r ESRX .2 53 35 73 D D 20.6 r SYK 53.55 –27 1.4 90 74 95 C D+25.65 –2.7 NVS 47.17 –3.8m .03 +.8 EsteeLd 1.81 +4 68 .99 52. Insurer and risk consultant Marsh & McClennanMMC gapped down and shed 3.38+622 2.16 –25 895 20ò –1.28 –43 134 79ê 94 65 90 C B–20..45 Medtron 1.0 98 90 98 B B+29.44 56. the NYSE composite 5.19 +27 1. At first blush.4 Hologic HOLX 13.0 InterPr 1.1 AVP .66 –51 108 4k –.14 –1.4m 17o –40 1.87 –1.6m 16o 64 67 47 B D+68.2m 18o 86 89 69 B D+45.4 99 97 85 B B 40.9 CooperC .95 –3 304 15o –20 443 28o –10 8. The armed forces are moving to high-tech weapons..35 buy point.o 61 58 47 D D–15. 28.52 –.6 r KNL 13.82 Winmark WINA 16.8 Harman .3m 16o +27 1.9 CoventryHt r CVH 14. IBD and CAN SLIM and corresponding logos are registered trademarks owned by Data Analysis.2 87 72 84 C D+32.3m 19o –10 475 13ê –51 90 27ò –6 245 85o –40 134 6ò –27 74 36ê –48 129 24o –26 6. Inc.38 –85 5 99ê 93 95 86 C B–79. The stock hit an 11-year low after reporting Q3 earnings that missed estimates.46 –.0 HangrOrth HGR 16.06 +.ò +9 17m 9x –26 1.17 PattrCos r PDCO 23. according to senior analyst Derrick Dagnon with Avondale Partners.26 –5 2.2 KenseyNsh r KNSY 24. First SolarFSLR plummeted 25.18 –1.2m 10o 69 74 67 E D 29.27 –2..83 –1.8m 6o 32 74 10 D D+26..10 83 59 91 D C 24.3 MRK 28.32 +8 5.52 Most Active Nasdaq Stocks Closing Vol Price Change (mil) Vol% Chg 24 80 80 98 61 67 ..47+126 8.0 Amedisys AMED .86 +12 5. far past expectations.67 +1. 25. Investor’s Business Daily.5 82 56 94 D B+32. 16. 25.7 HelenTroy HELE 17.80 +.93 –0.69 +1.5 99 87 89 A B+43.0 Cyberonics r CYBX 12. 46.8 60 45 39 B B–30.63 63. At the end of Wednesday’s session.51 –1.10 –. Shares are now 8% below a 17.83 36.47 +. E 23.46 –1.91 20.Handy tote bag embroidered with the IBD ® logo Call Now! 800-459-6706 (Hours: M-F 5:30am .com Common stocks above $10 for Wednesday.5 PFE 17. 2008 24 21 58 24 70 24 79 9 17 1 18 42 5 75 28 88 35 86 E E C+ A C+ C+ B B– B Stocks American Intl Grp Motorola General Electric Ambac Finl Grp Pfizer Citigroup Procter & Gamble Bank of America JP Morgan Chase NYSE Most % Up In Price Closing Vol Price Change (mil) Vol% Chg 24.49 –2.94 Mindray ..11 97 90 87 A C+18.68 21 14 40 D C+25.83 –1.23 –55 99 . The Wilsonville.2 CharlsRvLb CRL 33.6 MR .8 AngioDyn ANGO 12.36. It settled at its 50-day moving average.7 Exactech EXAC 16. Terra NitrogenTNH tumbled 8. Member FINRA/SIPC. Volume was lower across the board. 32.2 68 77 57 B D 39.63 +1.20 –.02 –2.88 71 97 22 A E 51.54 +1 509 .79 Synovis r SYNO 16.32 –2.92 –.ò 46 1 75 D D–29.25 +33 86 7ê 24 3 40 E B–28.8 IconPLC 33 7 57 D E 42.77 UnvHlthS .07 95 73 94 A D+66.09 –21 803 20o 74 81 49 A E 64.64 to 26.36 +45 389 17o 41 7 44 C E 17.3 86 36 83 B B 16.70 Volcano VOLC 14.5 98 85 97 C B+38.27 –37 3.72 –. MEDICAL 86 81 60 A B+47.56 –1.7 Hasbro 2. Someday. 23.2 93 94 76 C B–17.35 NuVasive NUVA .7 BCR 86.67 Thoratec THOR .81 –6 2.57 –.06 22.4 AmMedSys AMMD 11.0 ClincData CLDA 11.0 80 45 89 B D+16.5m 13o –.45 Neogen NEOG 27. 2008 VALUE: STOCKS OPTIONS IRAs MUTUAL FUNDS BONDS FIXED INCOME CDs ETFs COMMITMENTS: IBD’S NYSE & Nasdaq Research Tables IBD Composite Rating Earnings Per Share Growth Rating Relative Price Strength Rating Sales+Profit Margins+Return On Equity Accumulation/Distribution (last 3 mos) B3 THURSDAY.. Investors flinched.4m 52ò 99 84 88 A C 71. E 39. Earnings vaulted 68% for the third quarter.5 77 97 41 C D 39. 44.2 Jarden r JAH 16. 36. C 34.98 +1.55 –.7 r PRGO . SunPower gapped down and nosedived 17.97 –35 371 15o 96 83 81 A D 35. CONSUMER 99 98 97 A B 53.45 –2.75 –2.97 Catalyst Health Sltns CHSI 19.3 ICUMed ICUI 33.95 Wellcare WCG 24.40 +38 426 22o 95 76 82 A B 80.3m 12o 89 97 43 A D 359 IntSurg 70 74 36 C D 41.99 –.14 –59 37 32ê –3.0 HookFu 4.38 +3. W.1m 6o 70 4 90 D B+20.35 77.55 N C I Inc Cl A NCIT 25.3 AvonPds 3.6 Imclone BLUD 25. ELLIOTT BY JOANNE VON ALROTH BY KEN HOOVER INVESTOR'S BUSINESS DAILY INVESTOR'S BUSINESS DAILY INVESTOR'S BUSINESS DAILY The outpatient and home-care industry seems to be champing at the bit to lead the markets’ fledgling rally.86 –15 762 18o 96 84 89 B D–67.14 Mentor 5.27 Quidel QDEL 15.21 –1.01 –62 255 24o 72 62 63 B E 77.10 –53 1.26 a share. An election rally faded as gloomy economic data pushed stocks lower Wednesday.90 –1.92 to 34. The group includes two stocks that broke out of bases last week.4 COO 16.54 –37 152 13ò –5.77 SironaDen SIRO 15.8 Laboratory r LH 62.3 IVC 17.12 39.. C 40.7m 20k 88 74 84 B B–60.41 +2.ibdalerts.35 –.16 28.68 0 1.85 –2.6 r ABT .94 –44 627 16o +.0 7 1 4 E D 28.o +.4m 7o –35 1.6m 18o –.64 SanofAvt 4.53 –38 35 .9 96 90 57 A B–23.96 UtdThrp UTHR 87.20 –1.01 30.8 Invacare .7 AlmstFam AFAM .2 85 45 84 D B–25.8m 8o 91 59 87 D B+22. It has an EPS Stability Rating of 6.83 –2.41 –.55 USPhyTh USPH 12.1m 18o –45 1.48 –7.01 Momenta MNTA 8.o 64 60 63 D D+43.5 AlbanyMlc AMRI 12.80 +1.5 74 83 57 B E 49.41 +2.07 –.88 ScherPlg 1.0 99 89 89 A C 82.22 –2.93 –21 74 .60 –60 2.7 ApolloGrpA r APOL 66.1 UNH 22.48 45. Inc.05 –.80 19.28 OSISystem OSIS 11.92 –43 216 . C 31.4 r BAX 60.7m .20 99 77 96 A B 81.07 –. Giving up Tuesday’s gains entirely.6 98 91 85 A C+37.0 Genzyme GENZ .90 buy point.14 +16 1.5 BaxterI 1.74 –78 19 99ê ICLR .7 SGP 15.6m 13ò –1.91 78 58 85 D C 26.13 PeditrxMed r PDX 34.41 –4 2.53 +96 271 15ê 52 86 27 B E 60.56 –32 919 99o 99 93 98 C B–29.23 –5 9.51.21 +23 1.24 –2.1 87 70 75 A C+24.41 –. Merrill Lynch downgraded the industrial products distributor to neutral from buy.3 66 74 33 C C+34.11 99 83 92 A B+61.23 –20 1. or 35%.72 –1.3 –26 +4 +15 –31 –21 –25 –34 –12 +6 –12 33 78 54 77 49 66 53 20 68 47 E D D C+ D D– E E D+ D Dell Inc Comcast Cl A Cisco Oracle Intel Microsoft Powershars QQQ Tr Research In Motion Qualcomm Apple Inc –0.4 92 79 95 C C+21.0 EdwdLfSci r EW 53.25 –1.4 48 1 89 D D+36.0 99 86 94 B B–32. A few months ago it signed a deal with the Colombian government for sensors to be used in anti-narcotics and antiterrorism missions. IBD Composite Rating Earnings Per Share Growth Rating Relative Price Strength Rating Sales+Profit Margins+Return On Equity Accumulation/Distribution (last 3 mos) 52-wk Dividend Close Vol% Vol P 6 6 666 High Stock % Yield Symbl Price Chg Chg 1000 E 6 6 666 High Stock % Yield Symbl Price Chg Chg 1000 E 6 6 666 High Stock % Yield Symbl Price Chg Chg 1000 E 61 39 74 B C 22.0 Conmed CNMD 25.21 –.54 +48 2.73 –12 438 .60 +622 +126 +151 +55 +108 +200 +91 +71 –43 +29 Stocks In Bases EPS Rel Rnk Str Stock Name Symbol 98 97 American Public Edu Closing Price Net Up Vol% Chg APEI 44.5 LillyE 87 66 89 C C 35. 43.3m 25ò –.2 GTxInc GTXI 15.55 Stryker .48 –. Its night-vision goggles help military personnel fight at night.01 99 94 92 A B 131 ITTEduc ESI 85. B–35.8 HNICorp 5.75 –5.06 +29 401 25o 96 79 92 B E 67.31 –. What will happen to defense spending in an Obama administration? 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Emergency Medical ServicesEMS slumped 1.11 +91 1.4 CapellaE r CPLA 42.65 MicrusEnd MEND 11.58 –.5 r CL 63.96 –3.56 –2.0 r CLX 60.4m 6o 68 60 78 B E 52.4 McKessn 1.0 91 62 79 C B 33..37 –.41 60.7 79 97 38 A C+58.29 –.0 ENSG 15.4m 16o –10 3.54 +52 1.05 –25 9.1 AbbotLa 2.8 r HAS 28.35 –..1 FresenMd 1.44 87 76 82 B D 41. C+49..59 Sequenm SQNM 17.81 Omnicare .49 –29 743 21o –.5 52 24 47 B D 30. But we still live in a dangerous world.87 WatsonPhar WPI 24.1 63 58 64 B D–41.05 –1.30 Strattec Security STRT 27. 32. which makes infrared imaging cameras for commercial and military use.60 NatusMed BABY .80 +2.2 98 91 87 A B–29.78 +16 244 61k 82 61 85 C D–29.14 –1.4 r PPDI .53 +58 243 22ê 78 66 39 A B+65.76 175.7m 7o –57 939 .8 CMED 26.3 ArdeaBion RDEA 8.05 105.3 CatalystH CHSI 19.5%.15 Unitd Securty Bncsh USBI 18.93 –18 3. BEGINNING STRATEGIES FOR SUCCESSFUL INVESTING IBD’s Level I Investing Workshop now available in a Home Study Program! Kit Includes: D4 DVD’s of Instruction D2 Workbooks to help you learn and apply the strategies DBonus CD .32 –5 105 20k 94 88 73 B C+49.00 12.90 17.1 Alkermes r ALKS 8.71 98 69 96 C A 18.5 81 78 68 B E 83.30 –.71 OSIPharmac OSIP 35. 32.84 –26 13m 12o 60 69 29 B D–65.. Revenue was up 45%.47 –. Almost FamilyAFAM was 13% above its 42.0m 10o –55 114 22k 2.73 –.4 70 30 98 D D–21.54 –.77 –29 336 12ê –.1 Crucell CRXL 12.06 53 51 62 D E 35.9 DaVita r DVA 50.1 r HLF 19.84 –3.20 +3. a 42% increase.9m 16o 62 70 47 B C+88.2 95 79 69 A B–69.7 WST WrightMed WMGI Wyeth 3.67 95 76 80 A D–82.62 –3.2 87 45 95 C C 19.24 –0.82 15..36 +.72 RigelPh RIGL 8.52 –.4 Allergan .60 –.58 ParPharm PRX 8.79 +69 2.7 70 69 36 A E 72.4:30pm PT.01 17.3m 10ò 91 82 69 B D 20.4 Celgene CELG 63. Inc.88 68.8 95 70 80 B B+25..7 r XRAY 29. Almost Family’s revenue growth accelerated from 23% in Q1 to 50% in Q2 to 84% in Q3.04 –71 167 11o 91 69 90 D B 28.38 –3. 70.04 –9 20m 13o 80 37 84 C B–17. LHC Group..9m 9o 91 59 98 D C 38.62 RochstrMd ROCM 11.8m 4o 75 41 77 B B 49.7 61 80 45 C D–22.50 –.3 88 40 84 A B 38.90 +18 468 35ò –.20 41.35 –1.82 –33 762 8ò –.1 GenProbe r GPRO 46. One of the top-performing defense companies over the last market cycle was Flir SystemsFLIR.07 –25 736 9ò 5..2m 18o 82 81 51 A D–70.6 IderaPhm IDRA 8. But almost the opposite is true.82 Parexel PRXL 10.5 70 74 46 C D 61.02 –2.12 +60 1.4m 9o 11 31 10 B E 53.27 –54 486 58ò –.48 Merck 5.ò 96 80 85 A D+42.0 r ALOG 38.” Dagnon said.39 Mesa Labratory MLAB 19.1m 17o –.12 –.1 Herbalfe 4.3 EndoPhrm r ENDP 19.SUCCESSFUL INVESTORS READ INVESTOR'S BUSINESS DAILY INVESTOR'S BUSINESS DAILY Home-Health Economic Data Flir’s Earnings Firms Outflank Depress Stocks.40+116 371 .com * Commission charge for stocks priced above $1.3 GntvaHlth GTIV 25. to 15.87 –.15 +63 249 18k 74 87 44 A E 99 Covance CVD 54.14 –7.72 Medicines MDCO .1m 14o 1.81 –.78 +16 Take a Closer Look at Nasdaq Most % Up In Price Cmp EPS Rel Acc Rtg Rnk Str Dis Stock Name 47 89 82 93 75 72 .5m 14ò –1..63 –.8 r UHS 39.45 –.58 –1.54 –39 226 24ê 78 81 64 C D–18.5 Centene CNC 20.4 CAH 39.64 Somanetics r SMTS 19.47 +3.o 67 62 40 A D–42.6m 99o –40 1.8 LincareHld LNCR 25. sold off sharply.5 52 90 13 B E 36..71 Pharmsstn VRUS 17..77 –42 218 .61 +25 393 25ò –1. It was the second straight fall after clearing a six-week consolidation Monday.47 –2.93 2.5 98 93 77 B C+26.48 –6 1.5 ChnMd 1.13 in brisk volume.93 –1. Both Almost Family and LHC became aggressive acquirers.2m 22o –15 4.05 VertxPhar VRTX 27.29 –31 496 22o 99 98 89 A B+77.42 +77 296 17ê KND 13. SAT 7:00am .3 HAR 19.01 TF Financial THRD 20.05 –.93 buy point on Tuesday.50 +23 584 12o 97 86 95 A B–80. 59.8 Dentsup .0 Abaxis ABAX 16.17 +2.59+222 5.96 –65 54 22o 38 4 62 E C+20.29 PSSWorld r PSSI 18. IBD and CAN SLIM and corresponding owned by Data Analysis.47 –32 647 19ê –44 302 9ê –16 3. earnings were 35 cents a share.6 Eurandn EURX 9..3 LfSciR LSR 15. Ore.52 –.2m 17ê 96 67 98 C B 21.34 –1.5 51 71 60 C E 69.2 94 98 50 A D–45.1 Alphrma r ALO 30.62 –3.7 HRC 23.2m 10o –2. military use Flir’s products. a 52% increase.4 91 91 58 A D–31.43.34 –.45+200 8..10 +3.75 –. LHC GroupLHCG hovered 10% above its buy point of 30.39 –27 5.

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However.58 –45 339 15ê 15.2 53 61 40 C C+24.69 CalPizzaK r CPKI 9.7 AxsysTech AXYS 99 90 97 B+ 39.08 –48 138 6k –.60 93 90 92 C D 35.7 r WW 41.46 -4.66 -2.2 68 74 70 C D 24.2 r AIT 18..18 –3.5 WstnGas n WES 24.000 shares) is up about 50% year-to-date.30 -0.01 –.02 Tiffany 2.91 –15 5.0 GenMills GIS 9.2 CBSH 87 55 95 C B 33.9 81 63 69 C C+94.7 –1.13 -78 56. RETAIL 93 76 93 B C+30.08 –60 33 7k 66 23 83 D C+42.8 SPLS 18.5 FLIR Systms FLIR 99 97 85 B 40.2 VSE .29 -31 63.20 -1.1 DanvBcn .5 RepBKY 2.6 BiognIdec BIIB 40.80 –2. played more than defense this year.09 –66 399 3o 78.2 ONB 9.80 –50 429 17ò –.7 –1.9 BncTrst 5.50 +4 64 21ê 23.28 –40 9..32 56..1 21 34 22 C E 24.80 -0.6m 9ò –. The dividend yield is 3.19 –41 340 6k –.4 BSRR 19.39 –2.99 BcMacro 8.68 -36 11.0 CASY 28..53 33.3 OdyssyHth ODSY 32.72 –2.86 +15 116 .66 -0.9 HlthSprg HS 97 92 83 D+ 37.0m 16o 90 62 89 B B 45.81 –2.12 -34 49.9 PeetsCof PEET 22.28 -1.1 GenProbe GPRO 29.0 SUSQ 21.6 TOWN 42.89 –36 26 10ê 31 49 23 D E 43.29 +22 7.5 NBTBncp 3.8 TricoBc 2.5 EntFnlSv 1.6 MCD .80 -29 29.53+102 81 .2 Netease NTES 42.67 LumberLn LL .25 –18 166 25ê +.7 99ê 75 19 95 C A–47.12 –43 157 7k 68.7 IBKC 12 31 14 B C+74.9 JPM 28 75 15 C D–78.94 BcBilVA 7.48 24.5 Haemonetic HAE 41.8 LBAI 21.80 +1 208 11ò 19 32 34 C E 20.5 TractorSupl TSCO 53.8 r CVBF 40 40 52 B D+108 CnImpBk 5.0 IBN 89 42 93 B B–39.58 –.16 -15 -35 -3 5 11 90 -6 -44 -20 -26 -43 -49 13 -9 -54 49 -53 -14 -33 -36 3 -2 -51 -7 -43 -52 -27 -74 15 -86 -43 -44 93 16 27 7 -32 -27 -29 -88 -29 59 -67 -22 -21 34 -39 -85 43 -71 97 81 79 C+ 97 78 97 B+ 97 78 94 B 97 77 92 B+ 97 76 96 B+ 97 75 97 B+ 97 75 97 A 97 75 96 B97 75 72 B+ 97 74 98 B 97 71 98 A97 71 94 B97 71 67 B 97 68 97 B+ 97 68 97 B+ 97 60 86 B+ 97 59 97 A96 99 84 B96 99 76 C+ 96 96 73 C+ 96 96 70 E 96 95 72 D+ 96 95 70 D+ 96 93 46 B 96 91 93 A96 91 86 B96 91 85 B96 90 99 A96 90 82 C+ 96 90 61 C+ 96 90 57 B96 85 95 C 96 85 89 B 96 84 89 D96 84 88 D+ 96 84 85 B 96 83 85 C 96 83 81 D 96 80 97 B+ 96 80 86 C 96 80 85 D+ 96 79 94 B 96 79 92 E 96 79 88 B 96 78 73 A96 77 88 A96 77 85 B96 76 95 B96 75 96 D 96 74 99 C+ 56.7 51 56 62 B D+56.1 NBTB 11.69 0 260 12o 87 51 91 B B 61.7 r TGT 37.49 –42 13 13ê 27.8 CBU 87 46 96 C A–46.22–14.71 –.99 InsightEnt r NSIT 8.51 -1.21 84 76 62 B B–36.5 75 99 16 A B–50.68 +16 111 12ê 22.75 -1.1 7SigntrBk SBNY 11. acquiring more food service equipment companies.50 –29 305 .29 –1.7 EWBcp 2.44 -62 17.6 BID 9.04 -0.03 –51 1.0 93 93 70 A E 44.93 –.75 –29 580 33o –1.6 Websns WBSN 13.9 M 10.08 6 14.9 r CATY 80 52 87 B D 14.5 49 77 43 B C+25.3 FMER 67 42 74 C C+17.9m 11ò 50 61 30 A C 24.28 +64 747 11o –. 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The company’s five-year earnings growth rate is -4% — hardly what income investors seek.5 CPF 70 30 95 C C+43.98 87 74 96 C D+22.56 -32 12.14 –2.9 Schawk .47 26 63..41 -0. Itau and Unibanco — as well as No.28 -32 18.89 27 25.97 26 25.1 –.6 Bard C R BCR 97 84 84 B.2 54 66 39 C D+17.9 –1.45 –2.31 –24 581 9o 78 19 91 B C+28.1 86 78 74 B C+75.04 –30 416 9ò 13.49 –33 116 10ê –1.1 FCF 76 28 86 B C 39.0 78 63 76 C B+41.22 -2.3m 8o 98 80 93 B A 47.47 –35 594 8ò 16 1 58 E C+42.3 MacquarI 21 MIC 11.30 –1.57 -0.47 3.9 Fstmerit 5. Investor’s Business Daily.86 -3 38.45 0.27 –.54 -39 29.76 +55 74 34ê 83 49 80 C B 16.17 -1.06 -0.1 SRCE 85 46 95 C B 30.77 –64 220 10ê 98 92 98 A B+18.3 BigLots BIG 23. Typically you want to see smooth price action as the base forms.08 -1.27 -8 13.22 –2.3 TaylorC TAYC 87.1 84 67 95 D C 47.0 BnkofAm 5.36 45 18.08 28.5 LHCGroup LHCG 99 85 95 D+ 99.35 62 98 25 A D–48.37 -62 42.31 +59 123 .1 Allegiant ALGT 97 99 87 D 40.20 99 87 92 A B–66.70 –1 224 20ê 17.60 -2.3 GntvaHlth GTIV 99 93 95 B 25.3 –4.2 RSH 11. The news caught some analysts by surprise.91 –54 610 7ò 73 90 36 A B 25.78 –1.90 -0.3 CornthClg COCO 98 66 97 A.6 BANR 19 33 10 B D–47.54 –30 132 99k 85 95 55 A E 38.57 -1.70 –51 217 12k 64 73 30 C C 33.96 +59 3.88 -15 7.6 64 56 73 C C+29. 27.85 -1.4 –1.0 EdwdLfSci EW 75.84 Genesco r GCO 22.4 58 86 29 A E 155 64 86 29 A D 129 85 83 62 C B–28.18 –20 282 16ê 48.01 -0.43 63.99 UtdStnr r USTR 35.28 –5.63 ShoeCrnvl SCVL 13.14 –23 6.4 EWBC 80 42 87 B C+25.1 Genentech DNA 99 85 88 C 84.8 BBD 11.18 –1.42 -1.77 -0.2 SAN 35.7 Stellar 4.97 –3 1.84 –59 26m 2o 25.86 +6 3.4 KSWInc KSW 26.54 –.3 ParkNatl 5.82 –5.3 r RHI 18.53 BncLatno 8.6 31 69 25 B E 40.4 –.66 82 79 58 C C+50.89 BncSntdr 7.97 -0.62 -1.10 0.21 88 82 71 B D–62.77 -1.84 -2.50 -1.1 NJResrc NJR 98 57 98 B 35.17 –1.14 378 25. The firm.38 -3.22 –33 3.6 BnkIrel 32 IRE 44 35 58 C C 67.25 -0.90 –47 1.37 –1.06 HomeDp 4.05 -28 22.05 +30 26 10ê 97 83 94 C A 38.6 FBNC 80 20 94 B B–22.94 -3.0 FTI Cnslt FCN 99 84 88 C 71.0 IntlBcs 2. 5% and 3%.3 BMO 77 65 63 A B 50.05 –28 105m .29 –59 218 5k 16 20 16 C E 31.0 –1.90 0.11 -44 15.0 DEG 54.5 FnclInst 4.97 –50 55 19ê 89 55 88 B A–42.37 –.46 –1.3 PSMT 13.42 –.12 CECEntrtn CEC 22.78 31.3 EndoPhrm ENDP 39.74 Chipotle CMG 48.37 -0.21 23 32.1 Barclays 22 BCS 92 62 97 B B+20.7 –4.51 –1.5 Landauer 3.8 PerotSysA r PER 12.20 -2.96 -27 34.12 –46 1.46 -2. Accumulation/Distribution.5m 12ò –23 414 10k +47 2.56+114 850 5k –.” Deutsche Bank analysts said in a note to clients.67 41 43 42 B D+46.75 81 66 98 D D 18.05 -1.1 LABL 18.5 AberFitc 2.6 STL 52.18 –52 13 16ê .89 –34 85 10ê 99 83 96 B B 36.76 –18 124 11ê 39.45 +21 37 15x 48.67 +9 815 13ê –.82 -47 30.4 WPPGY 31.89 –28 69 14ê 17.73.28 –42 498 22k –6.51 –1.7 27 63 7 B D–52.3 THI 25.5 StrayrEd STRA 99 89 89 C 82.02 +90 387 16ê 20 50 12 C E 62.3m 15o 74 85 53 C D 27.18 –16 1.8 Exponent EXPO 97 83 94 A 38.3 PhilMor n PM 66.2 FstCwlFn 6.31 EstaDlh 3. 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The pattern should not be viewed as a double-bottom base because the second low does not undercut the first.09 –1.37 –4.20 –1 189 30ê –.0 IntgrlSys ISYS 97 96 77 E 44.02 -61 13.5 MathInt MATW 61.00 41 62 37 D .0 –.9 PCBK 12.55 –1.9 BOKF 47.5 Brinker 4.9 67 80 60 B D+60.02 –13 637 19k 35 8 58 E B 18.5 SmthBcp .62 –.81 –1.2 EFSC 88 45 91 B B–20.27 0 4.18 30.58 -50 19.31 –64 12 17ê 29 51 36 E C 49.7 PETM 17.8 NavigCons NCI 16.and 200-day moving averages.92 SignetJ 1.69 –1.93 BcSanCh 5.88 99 98 87 A B+58.69 94 99 EPS RS Rating Rating 98 99 Available online within hours of the market close eIBD™ is an exact digital replica of the print edition. Standex embarkedon a new strategy in the past couple of years.30 71.94 -44 8.57 –41 16m 5o 83 44 91 C B+29.18 +8 5.09 88 95 43 A B–30.15.8 KornFerry r KFY 13.07 90 38 98 C A 31.26 –4 2.02 –47 249 15o 12.54 -1.7m 17o –.79 0.95 –36 4. hydraulic cylinders.17 33 58 22 C E 33.2 52 85 29 A E 46.1 r GWW 76.6 –.31 WilSon 5. the bottom of the base saw strong support twice.8 71 77 61 C D 22. 14.27 –27 65 21ê –.05 –1..38 Zumiez ZUMZ 8.48 55 23. Wide-and-loose bases are more likely to fail than a tightly traded consolidation.58+212 411 20ê 92 64 91 A B 49.62 -26 8.9 FCmtBc 4.58 42 55 44 D C+39.6 CHCO 72 22 85 B B–71.44 –2.87 –37 24 9ê –.6 PacfcCn 2.6 93 90 88 A C+67.49 –1.0 NatusMed BABY 23.12 –59 16 19ê 31.8m 5ò 48 94 15 A E 29.74.92 FootLckr 4.77 CoreMark r CORE 18.52 –34 505 12ê 91 65 92 B B–27.35 WinnDix WINN 13.28 Gap 2.4 Moodys 1.26 BncoItau .54 –.6 12 34 22 D C 32.52 –67 12 10ê 99 78 86 A B+24.56 –31 399 11o 89 50 95 B C 73.95 –5.6 SVBFincl SIVB 41.76 –28 388 10k 5.35 –.73 -1.0 r HOMB 86 36 94 B A–70.1m 29o 18.66 –2.67 –39 344 22ê 29.8 SPTN 25.10 –3.5 FstBusey 4.92 -1.9m 14o –1.0 BkHawai 3.55 –26 785 18ò 78 23 88 C A 32.23 –1.6 STD .17 49 34 40 B C+219 ThReut 8.84 +.00 -82 10.97 84 76 74 C C 31.93 -1.78 16 36.30 –35 438 9ê 68 12 71 C A–34.66 –1.0m 17ò –2.4 Olin OLN 97 96 98 B 27.43 -11 22.35 -5.16 -25 64.54 –24 773 7ò 65 50 55 B A–26. C 25.44 –28 4.1 r GES . The deal.4 Aeropostl r ARO .0 SuffkNY 2.15 -0.79 –1.5 CreditAcc CACC 36.0 44 41 31 B B–45.6 LloydsT 12.5 TrueBlue TBI 7.10 -0.8 PetMed PETS 32.7 UVSP 10.69 92 87 64 A D–42.9 PeapkGlFn PGC 40.60 -60 70.1 Villge Sup VLGEA 24.97 -0.0 AAON AAON 99 87 95 B+ 27.03 -0.20 1.17 94 81 90 B E 21.75 70 42 74 B C 34.31 –.2 SprtnStr SPTN 50.6 Martek Bio MATK 35.8 BNS 98 63 99 B A 36.41.com/eIBDtrial © 2008 Investor’s Business Daily. But that number doesn’t tell the whole story.5 NasdaqOMX NDAQ 14.9 GRNB 60 76 48 A D–145 HDFCBnk .9m 5ò –50 1.8 Athenahlt n ATHN 29.59 ChipotleBn CMGB 43.3m 11ò 76 68 63 B C 61.51 –33 702 13o +.07 -3.7 SusqBnc 7.52 –4 2.67 –2. 30 of 197 industry groups in Wednesday’s IBD.5 –1.23 –16 925 28x 52.91 –3 3.11 -42 19.6 Cubist Phr CBST 8.50 0.54 –37 4.15.46 –1.03 17.52 75 65 80 B D+29. This weekly table.0m 17ò +46 1.29 –18 629 8ò –1.63 –.41 -0.9 NorthnTr 2.7 LUX 20.3 Ezcorp Cl A EZPW 20.3 –.65 19.00 –22 22m 16ò –1.88 IBD Composite Rating Earnings Per Share Growth Rating Relative Price Strength Rating Sales+Profit Margins+Return On Equity Accumulation/Distribution (last 3 mos) B5 The Composite Rating is IBD’s most powerful analytical gauge.0 Immucor BLUD 10.3 BJsWhlsl BJ 35.58 0.5 –1.30 –38 159 13o –1.0 7Stanley SXE 33. 5%.30 -12 14.72 MSCInds2.9 GloblPay GPN 9.0 94 91 93 A B–65.1 74 74 65 A D+34.0 CathyG 1.08 –55 350 10ê 54 32 65 D C 73.3 RGS 12.9 SatyamC 1.89 –2.3 67 57 90 D C+27.2m 17o 17.12 -1.82 –1.82 -1.7 FarmrCp 6.0 HrtgCom 2.07 DineEqu 7.64 –42 613 99o –.5 BUSE 89 67 92 C B 16.61 –1.40 –17 1.9 7NCIInc NCIT 25.00 MnsWh 2.2 WilsLease WLFC 97 89 95 C 62.0 FirstF 2.9 BANF 46.07 –19 193 9o –.47 +31 127 7ê 15.35 23.5 ProvidFS 2.6 UMBFi 1.01 21.38 +3 113 6ê 19.0 Masimo n MASI 33.54 –1.50 17.78 –21 1.11 RossSts 1. The thinly traded stock (average daily volume of 110.50 -1.08 +15 345 20ê –1.4 FITB 87 77 73 C B–22.2 SCBT 12.76+104 1.7 FNBCorp 7.2 Chattem CHTT 97 90 87 C+ 18.88 –1.31.7 BedBath BBBY 24.4m 14o 38 83 6 A E 48.60 -2.4 SXCHlth SXCI 29.63 –2.7 Iberiabk 2.7 r CM 66 16 94 C D+34.43 -17 66.78 –33 8.26 -1. market-leading stock performance and heavy demand from mutual funds and other institutional investors.98 -20 27.56 –1.7 4 4 9 E E 16.78 –31 9.89.20 0 344 13ê 84 32 94 B A–45.9m 13o +.78 BB&T 5.4 STEL 40.4 Aeropostl ARO 40.89 –50 325 9ê –.5 95 90 84 A C+94.99 –59 47 13ê 83 24 97 C A 29.68 +9 514 16o 89 42 90 B A 26.17 –.30 64 66 60 C C+34.0 NatPenn NPBC 39..35 –98 0.12 –1.8 –.6 77 77 64 B C+33.75 –.80 –2.69 +17 119 18ê 95 62 97 B A 59.34 +81 67 18ê 25 42 29 D E 18.52 –1.58 –1.47 ArrowF 3.0m 11o 17.06 -0.6 BOH 32 81 4 A E 70.5 Team TISI 37.4 L–1Ident ID 8.45 54.35 –46 1.82 –18 158 10k –2.7 Maximus 1.9 TLB 7.08 -31 42. markets.10 -0.07 –1.98 -0.00 52.02 -2.5 SunocoLg SXL 97 87 85 D+ 25.20 -10 9.77 –1.18 –56 358 15ò 93 79 93 B B–63.9 LKFN 21 LYG 49.7 –.8 KBFncl 7.2 –.5 Somanetics SMTS 37. Name IBD’S RESEARCH TABLES Continued THURSDAY.5 r MI 32.8 CBIZInc CBZ 28.9 ONEOKPtr OKS 29.88 46 18 91 D B–22.43 –17 22 11ê 21.8 –.36 230 41.8 95 80 97 C B–43.16 –1.86 -15 85.1 VasclrSoln VASC 25.65 ChldrnsPl PLCE 30.1 NAL 47.37 0.39 Conns CONN 10.18 Sothebys 6.66 –28 1.71 –44 588 .4 GreenBs 2.15 InglMkt 3.01 -62 8.5 RepbSvc 3.44 –1.4 97 75 97 B B+32.55 –41 641 14o 71 31 82 C B 29.78 –27 248 13o –2.87 -1.34 -53 25.36 0. In this base there is one more weekof accumulation than distribution.7 LOW 20.46 WeisMkt 3. Deutsche Bank analysts said.9m 46ò –1.5 Rollins 1.50 –1.49 NashFch 1.87 –6 5.0 ChemFn 4.9 AEagleO 3.0 MBFinl 2.71 –51 2.o 31.09 Sysco 3.6 Paychx 4.4 HTBK 95 87 97 B B–35.8 r BOBE 20.09 –2.6 DNBK 11 30 14 C D–135 DeutschB 16 DB 72 16 90 C A–32.8 WAG 24.84 –2 98 16ê 74 7 97 C A–23.20 -0.4 NPBC 12.04 6 3.83 -1.9 TwneBk TOWN 15.3 LakeldB 3.1M Shares DEVELOPS PRODUCTS FOR THE SURGICAL TREATMENT OF SPINE DISORDERS INCLUDING RESTORATIVE AND FUSION PROCEDURES.38 622 32.0 InterPrfm IPAR 32.ò –1.9 Citigrp 5.7 PRSP 27.09 –43 422 6ò 27 46 35 C D 54.39 –36 447 13k 69 86 42 A D+51.6 SIG 11. electronic components.5m 19ò 90 89 72 B B 22.52.4 r CHFC 59 3 88 E C 13.5m 5ê –56 295 5k –48 613 13ê 78 13 93 C A 16.6 MultiCo 1.3 MS 12.69 -1.87 -10 56.0 7HmBk 1.6 OZRK 58 20 71 C B+31.9 Steris STE 28.ê 65 44 51 B B+29.18.27 -37 27.20 –68 136 20ê –.4 –1.41 -1.92 –30 24 13ê 49.67 30 25. Stocks with high Supply/Demand Ratings show unusually large trading activity relative to their supply of shares.42 Staples 1.58 –1 430 ..17 13.5 –1.0 Stanley SXE 99 90 93 B 80.98 1.4 Inventure SNAK 18.3 Piedmnt Nat PNY 98 46 99 A 43.3m 13ò –.11 -0.5 –1.4 TorDmBk 4.12 -1 25. U.6 Buckle BKE 97 94 84 B+ 22.96 -43 20.2 TetraTech TTEK 21.62 –49 15 10ê 27.54 Susser SUSS 15.36 28.32 –2.5 83 85 71 A C+44.43 -1.13 Walgrn 1.7 OSBC 21. The payout has been hiked 35 times in the past 44 years.16 99 90 97 B B+39.9 KB 9.84 -3.7m 6ò –1.0m 9o 11 40 17 D E 32.2m 14ê 61 19 80 D B 18.99 Ruddick 1.2%.37.4 Celgene CELG 99 98 87 B+ 58.5m 3ò –1.2 r COST 53.8 CntrFin 1.9 98 62 97 B B+31.4 BdwkPpl BWP 65..7m 26o 16.66 Sonic SONC 10.9 TwneBk 1.4 PAYX 27.8 ITTEduc ESI 99 94 84 B 16.2 FfthThr 5.49 -1.0 CleanHrbr CLHB 97 87 88 B 59.73 TJXCos 1. Rating 74 EPS RS 95 ROE 2% 34.4 Manpwr 2. 22.0 PNCFinl 3.0 HNBC 84 36 97 C B+27.6 SykesEnt SYKE .89 –1.0 FstFnlBk 2.5m .5 BaxterIntl BAX 99 83 96 B 36.7 STI 20.52.26 204 13.85 McDonal 3.8 Syntel 1.2 79 55 84 B C+28.9 BAC 92 64 88 B B 70.56 -1.5 NorflkSo NSC 99 90 85 C 57.67 -0.11 19 28 21 C D 25.3 FstBcNC 4.5 ROL 16.26 144 21.7m 6ò –50 233 8ê +2 2.33 –26 2.72 JoAnnStrs JAS 17.4 StandrdPk STAN 97 87 79 A.6 –. Relative Price Strength.29 –43 1.03 -0.1 –1.45 –.0m 9ò 32.41 –35 39 14ê 77 34 80 B C 27.82 -0.7 PRK 37.20 21.18 -1.87 –10 11m 5ò 75 81 42 A C+25.05 -0.84 –1.67 –1.6 WMK 32.67 -43 34.47 –32 2.2 r RSG 24.6 FFIN 75 33 89 C B–30.35 48 79 47 B E 50.78 -60 53. But the action was so much like a breakout.900 Debt 0% Last Qtr Eps +425%6 Prior Qtr+1300%5 Last Qtr Sales +74% 6 Qtrs EPS ) 15% Eps Due 2/19 R&D 15% Acc/Dis B Sup/Demand 82 IBD Composite Rating Earnings Per Share Growth Rating Relative Price Strength Rating Sales+Profit Margins+Return On Equity Accumulation/Distribution (last 3 mos) 52-wk Dividend Close 6 6 666 High Stock % Yield Symbl Price 72 69 71 B C 20.3 r KR 26.0 MYRGrp MYRG 9.48 +55 73 10ê –1. 19.55 Target 1.65 –.57 –51 170 24ê –1.80 -67 30.74 +1 60 14k 33 36 32 E B–133 –1.8 KnightCap NITE 7.83 –3 1.39 -2.03 –40 533 15o 89 56 95 C B 17.86 -69 31.72 +26 4.3 FNB 54 42 51 D D+32.68 Fossil r FOSL 16.5 SierraB 3.2m 9ò –8 945 21ò +18 7.3 ApplBio ABI 97 91 85 B.94 –3.85 –25 4.19 –8 10m 9ò 39 57 44 D D–39.1 CullenFr 2.2 Stericycle SRCL 99 87 89 B+ 43.0 CalifWtr CWT 99 81 83 A 39.83 –1.2 MainStC n MAIN 99 98 99 A.1 FMidBc 5.2 ProctGm PG 19.85 -1.0 WtsWy . “We believe the prospects of slowing earnings growth at both banks accelerated the process.8 ArgonST STST 97 81 94 B+ 17. 81% and 67% in the past four quarters.3 CmtyTrBc 3.30 Luxotti 2.37 97 89 95 B C 62.83 -1.5 Team TISI .66 –24 91 9ê –1.6 r GS 76 12 88 B A–31.6 INDB 95 55 96 C B 33.35 +11 1.8 81 98 27 A D 50.3m 5o –.6 PinnclFnPt PNFP 11. The lowest-rated companies typically lag the general market indexes.7 68 71 67 B E 25. If you look at some of the numbers.17 –44 120 14ê 31.6 OFG 10.60 –32 11m 11ò –.2 TCBK 13.2m 15o 87 71 88 C B+30.5 Omnicom 2.14 -1.63 –19 285 12ê 86 40 97 B B 52.1m 15o 65 64 65 C C+26.80 –47 551 11ê 9.80 –38 391 13o 73 66 65 A C 55.00 31.5 r UMBF 25.79 69 46.9 59 66 42 B D+41. can expect to become a “global player” in five years..86 -14 33.49 –2.1 S&TBcp 3.0 Renasnt 3.11 –.41 –19 4.0 FCmBsh 3.68 61 75 61 B D–30.5 ProspctCp PSEC 99 93 99 B+ 42.4 RGC Resc RGCO 42.54 PaneraBrd r PNRA .6 JPMorgC 3.49 +43 199 12ê 95 49 93 B B+21.83 –.8 CTBK 82 31 88 B A–18.0 SRAIntl SRX 19.80 –29 1.69+120 695 17o 83 48 91 C B–31.84 -38 38.7 59 65 44 B C+33.5 –1.0 Teva TEVA 32.29 –57 33 13ê 76 73 75 B C+59. These steps appear to be working.95 –56 31 22ê –.7 BobEvn 2.6 DimeB DCOM 72.54 -24 9..0m 7o 91 61 95 B B+36.0 r TRIN 110.4 ChesUtil CPK 98 69 96 A 18.32 +21 5.-traded shares of Itau and Unibanco had rebounded sharply since Oct.13 –58 213 31ò 85 99 63 A E 34.15 -21 13. 10.5 EmpNcChle EOC 97 99 80 B.97 JosABkCl JOSB 23. SUPPLY/DEMAND ® SMARTSELECT COMPOSITE RATING Symbol Almost Family Inc AFAM IBD Composite Rating Earnings Per Share Growth Rating Relative Price Strength Rating Sales+Profit Margins+Return On Equity Accumulation/Distribution (last 3 mos) Closing Sup /Dem Price Rating 6 48.29 +89 124 20ê 21.235.7 r SYBT 16.9 r CMA 88 38 95 B A–55.57 46.30 -5.26 –44 140 1ê 83 43 88 C B 108 M&TBnk 3.5 Fst Lng Isld FLIC 21.79 +45 427 15o –.93 47.8 BrwShoe 2.3 BankNY 3.0 Amedisys AMED 99 94 92 B 131.95 –18 53m 17o 68 14 86 D A–22.0 MedAsst MDAS 97 89 97 B 15.36 -0.88 –24 1.14 -59 15.34 –4.67 11.64 –17 2.59 –16 110 16ê 87 24 97 D B 49.10 83 78 71 B D–25.44 –3.00 73 14.4 MeritMed MMSI 2.4 MAN 31.83 CatoCp 4.6 PrePdLegl PPD 37.27 76 77 54 B D–56.6 BBT 33.98 –8 683 19o 70 54 66 B B–75.5 r PBCT 48.47 +26 486 11o –.00 0.67 -2.84 –37 738 5o –3.6 –1.14 GreenMtCf GMCR . Those last two countries are stepping up their roles as carmakers.77 -0.ê 17.1 –.22.83 0.67 Suprvalu 4.02 70 73 52 B D–34.48 14.6 SterlngB 5.05 –.88 –14 690 26o 62.17 +7 65 19k –1.6 Sykes Ent SYKE 99 98 89 B+ 77.28 PricSmrt 2.5m 18o 91 67 92 A B+65.6 –2.5 CmcBcs 2.69 CollectBr PSS 12.0 48 62 45 C D–22.3 Informatca INFA 58. also puts the combined company in a position to compete with international banks.03 Regis 1. It’s fallen 18% vs.04 -16 5.9 NCIInc NCIT 41.12 60 8.8 UnionPac UNP 99 86 94 B.9 –1.13 WalMrt 1.07 –17 7.58 DressBarn DBRN 8. announced Monday.91 –1.25 -18 62.61.4 MSFG 31.63 -25 25.22 –. Thisleaves NuVasive with a sevenweek.06 –1.41 -16 13.0 DailyJournal DJCO 97 89 75 A.91 -1 32.90 -19 7. These tend to outperform the market.83 –1.44 0.0 CityBank 6.0 –.2 r HBHC 81 41 89 C B+20.9 r CVS 30.5 DorchMn DMLP 19.53 –1.6 IBOC 58 17 86 C B 50. buying raw materials and parts from lowercost producers.32 –21 270 15ê 84 57 95 B D 35.81 -2.39 71 63 45 B C+21.0 7BffWldWg BWLD .32 Fastenl 1.97 -1.8 BkOzark 1.54 –1.5 TylerTech r TYL 13.9 TeleTech TTEC 8.06 -45 12.1 Cobiz 2.61 Interline IBI 9.81 -6 16.45.4 –1.11 -47 16.05 -25 218. IBD Composite Rating Earnings Per Share Growth Rating Relative Price Strength Rating Sales+Profit Margins+Return On Equity Accumulation/Distribution (last 3 mos) IBD Composite Rating Earnings Per Share Growth Rating Relative Price Strength Rating Sales+Profit Margins+Return On Equity Accumulation/Distribution (last 3 mos) 52-wk Dividend Close Vol% Vol P 52-wk Dividend Close Vol% Vol P 52-wk Dividend Close Vol% Vol P 52-wk Dividend Close Vol% Vol P Vol% Vol P Chg Chg 1000 E 6 6 666 High Stock % Yield Symbl Price Chg Chg 1000 E 6 6 666 High Stock % Yield Symbl Price Chg Chg 1000 E 6 6 666 High Stock % Yield Symbl Price Chg Chg 1000 E 6 6 666 High Stock % Yield Symbl Price Chg Chg 1000 E –.6 BKS 17.27 -1.78 96 95 70 A D+37.6 PACW 12.5m 11o –.87 –1.41 AssBanc 6.29 –1.6 –2.7 r ETH 17.1 –.7 SouthwstEn SWN 99 98 90 A.7 –. an affiliate of Investor’s Business Daily.0 CmtyBkSy 3.3 FRME 66 33 81 C C+40.0 –.57 -0.20 +38 1.93 42 83 33 B E 73.27 -1. though.36 +16 733 6ê –.55 BOKFnl 1.36 -0.5 Tyler Tech TYL 97 91 81 D.83 –39 116 15ê 15.52 –57 556 10ê –.3 PeBcOH 5.84 45 74 27 A D–25.7 r YUM 28.51 –29 93 14ê 31. though.5 94 91 75 A E 56.6 Natl Presto NPK 99 90 88 C+ 75.39 –18 7. Earnings grew 18%.5 98 82 96 B B–42.47 -1.63 +.5 VSEC 33.5 Viad .4 –2.6 90 95 59 A C 18.8 –1.3 HSBCHold 7.ò –3.27 –1.96 –31 465 10o 93 70 89 B D+24.81 +68 2.72 -37 53.16 –37 6.76 47 75 16 A E 84.9 Syniverse SVR 17.9 PCBC 26.1 77 85 62 B C 30.0 TCB 17.0 TCFFinl 6.5 80 68 92 E B–18.26 –.76 –25 443 13o 57 24 76 E B 24.09 27.3 LifePtnrs LPHI 99 93 98 B.6 ITU 11. to be called Itau Unibanco Holding..4 r CBRL 18.00 Dist&Svc 4.31 -29 17.09 –64 173 13o –2.77 –67 484 8o –1.4 SBSI 17.0 POOL 17.32 8 25. NOVEMBER 6.2 AmPubE n APEI 99 98 97 B.93 –42 303 11o 79 61 91 D B–18.56 92 88 81 A C 45.08 –6 42 19ê 91 67 89 C B+18.0 CliftnSvg CSBK 11.73 –2.47 -3.85 -0.81 0.20 1 16.66. the NYSE composite’s 37% drop.86 –5 1.22 –39 306 17o 66.89 0.4m 15o 69 85 35 A B 25.26 -37 32.91 -34 57.21 -1.65 BanColo 7.31 –66 9 9ê 31.03 -0.43 98 89 98 B B 28.9 CBD 31.58 28 17.56 –3.62 -33 98 70 91 A 36.9 60 98 29 A E 63.99 13.9 MineSfAp 3.4 OrientFn 3.6 UtdBkWV 3.21 –1.1 Chemed CHE 67.60 UltaSalon ULTA 8.44 –46 293 15k –.9 BXS 22.76 –1.6m 8o –18 2.2 OldNtlBc 5.43 BcSouth 3.29 +26 328 18o –.68 –22 1.47 –1.7 Thoratec THOR 49.92 -29 44.0 r JWN 16.39 -3 19.investors.55 –1.19 –61 1.0 96 66 91 B B–31.8 84 86 67 A E 54. A tough home-building market continues to hurt Standex though.2 MarshIl 7.72 -32 55.23 -38 Bottom Composite Stocks are found on B7 IBD’s Top Supply / Demand Companies IBD’s Supply/Demand Rating is a powerful proprietary gauge of institutional demand.83 Pool 3.01 –4 440 61o –2. 20.92 97 91 85 B B–18.17 –55 504 21o –1.06 -3.52 -1.53 –11 3.07 73.01 PFChangs PFCB 20.1 DiamdFd DMND 60.8 CNinsure n CISG 18.81 -2.87 +18 566 18o –.30 CBRL 4.73 Safeway 1.91 37.1 r FISI 89 44 91 B B+21.46+109 508 6ê 55 8 79 E B 20.16 –9 79 12ê 54 21 73 D C+16.34 –.64 -17 12.63 –2.1 ColumBk 1.5 52 18 90 E B–13.84 PapaJohns PZZA 19.46 –10 250 6ê –.o 86 61 92 C C 31.80 -15 20.88 78 80 73 C D 18.36 13 57 12 D D–54.5 Amgen AMGN 14.42 UrbanOutfit URBN .86 -0.5 CapCty 2.66 –2.99 Talbots 6.8 r TMP 66.20 99 98 90 B A–22.3 ICICIBk 3.41 –16 33 11ê 99 87 95 A B+27.26 –46 798 61o 70 20 87 C B–31.5 42 56 39 C C+22. It shifted from a manufacturing mix of consumer and industrial businesses to a blend of exclusively commercial and industrial products.75 TechData r TECD 22.2 USBancp 5. NUVASIVE INC (NUVA) Group 24 o$46.15 55 91 29 A E 85.4m 10o 33.9 r AEO 10.0 StateBcp 3.1 Open Text OTEX 97 87 98 B+ 38.5 FamlyDlr FDO 37.33 97 87 85 B D+25.8m 13ò –.44 –60 36 99ê –.97 -0.7 HBC 87 60 95 B C+68. The maker of surgical products for spinal disorders tried to break out of a five-week consolidation in mid-September.2 Stericycle SRCL 56.19 1.9 CFR 71 4 97 D B 14.3 MMS 30.43 -0.8 LamarAd LAMR 15.8 RBA 20.95 –.5 IndSvAm IDSA 97 97 68 B 30.7 r TJX 25.5m 10ê –.56 13.07 RitchieB 1.07 -53 38.7 WstCnn WCN 33.79 94 75 87 B A–22.71 -0.3 Stantec STN 28.4 7StandrdPk r STAN 19.9 UCBI 25.3 –. Sales stepped up 24%.75 -2.4 75 53 75 D B 20.4 FL 13.2 r LTD 11. Standex International’sSXI manufacturing menu includes everything from walk-in coolers to duct work.90 92 79 84 B B–39.37 -0. Of the three.14 –40 903 10ê 73 17 92 B B 28.9 LincEduSv LINC 47.86 -40 30.75 –.6 29 21 44 C E 33.88 +10 125 21ê 67 19 82 C B 23.50 Penney 3.14 –2.20 -18 42.1 HMS Hld HMSY 99 90 98 B 79.5 EagleTest EGLT 99 85 98 B+ 35.75 –17 197 13k –1.0m 11ò 82 80 67 A D–41.0 91 36 97 C B+31.9 r ABCB 10.0 +.9 70 74 63 B C+39.23 -5 34.” Nossa Caixa.72 14 33.90 THortons 1.4 EngWest EWST 99 95 97 B+ 68.12 32.17 SchoolSpec r SCHS 20.94 -23 99 74 93 B+ 99 71 98 B+ 99 71 98 C 99 67 98 B+ 99 61 98 A+ 99 57 99 A+ 98 98 94 D 98 98 77 B 98 98 73 C 98 97 94 C 98 96 94 B98 96 84 C+ 98 95 92 B 98 95 86 B+ 98 93 88 C+ 98 93 87 B98 93 77 C+ 98 93 77 C+ 98 93 73 B 98 92 98 B+ 98 92 89 B98 91 87 B+ 98 91 87 B98 91 85 C+ 98 91 69 B 98 90 98 B+ 98 90 92 D+ 98 90 89 A 98 89 98 B 98 89 82 B+ 98 88 68 B 98 86 81 B98 86 78 B 98 85 97 B+ 98 84 98 B+ 98 84 83 C 98 83 96 B 98 83 93 B 98 82 96 B98 82 94 B98 82 76 B98 82 71 B+ 98 80 95 B+ 98 80 93 A 98 80 82 B+ 98 77 95 D 98 75 94 B 98 74 81 A98 73 87 A98 72 94 A- 48.8 CTR 13.0 McAfee MFE 16.75 -11 23.0 75 73 55 B B+32.80 –.6 MedcoHlth MHS 75.1 Synaptics SYNA 99 91 90 B.23 +4 644 12ê 16 24 15 C C+43. Consolidation would be a positive for the entire industry over the long term.7 USB 51.9 27 15 14 B B–62.01 –37 368 11o –1.29 -16 71.7 SASR 17.28 -38 65. the Brazilian banking stocks remain deep in corrections.7 MnSrce 3.32 92 65 91 A D 73.21 –2.8 DRI 20. 17.33 Kroger 1.9 NuVasive NUVA 11.9 SimnsFt 2.4 GSITech n GSIT 22.1 MW 13.29.96 -1.2 NobelLrn NLCI 97 86 86 B.9 7SAIC SAI 18.44 WholeFd WFMI 10.3 Novartis NVS 23.20 –38 1.22 –2.3 53 54 53 C D 16.8 r AROW 26.73 -23 59.9 FFKT 35 19 34 B C 31.38 –.36 -49 48.7 VVI 21.40 -3.20 –32 730 21o 62 81 32 A D 22.83 -7 45.97 Haverty 3.77 –33 10m 14ò –. relocating plants to Mexico and China.62 StageSt 2.71 16.48 -2.7 SndySp 4.7 BeaconRfg BECN 12.96 96 93 46 A B 40.20 –2.66 -0.92 -2.6 r SYY 24.03 53 87 32 B D+67.0 –2.8 TrianglCp TCAP 99 97 99 B+ 20.00 37 51 16 D D–41. 25.11 –27 1.06 -0.3 EmergBio EBS 99 97 88 D+ 45.87 -37 11. Ann.58 -2. Other steps include consolidating facilities.18 -1.4 BTFG 20 9 35 C B–47.99 –41 31 29k –.0 –.47 Guess 2.77 –12 1.70 28.34 9.4m 6o –.2m 14o 85 38 95 C A–43.25 -1.15 -0.52 -0.7 IMKTA 17.5 PrvtBcp .67 CVSCare .65 13.8 Visa n V 97 99 64 C 16.60 FamlyDlr 2.2 Virophrm VPHM 10.9 Chicopee r CBNK 17 24 28 E C+38.9 PFS 45.0 TamalpaisB TAMB 97 81 96 B+ 27.8 BkOzark OZRK 98 63 98 B+ 50.0 CYN 37 39 43 .3 EnsignGp n ENSG 54.7 OKSB 11.62 –33 559 11o 13.0 First Finl THFF 98 62 97 B+ 31.26 –. Inc.39 –46 48 13k –1. and expanding the texturization business to Turkey and the Czech Republic.51 35 25 38 D B–19.11 0.51 -1.6 BkMont 7.9 HDB 49 41 62 B E 95.05 -34 14.ê 29.8 NAFC 38.99 -1.0 MeridBio VIVO 69.8 r BMA 8.40 38 83.06 29 44.9 Questcor QCOR 19.8m 12o –.92 –2.4 Cephalon CEPH 97 86 92 B+ 67.73 Bancfst 1.3 –.4 COBZ 59 15 70 C B 32. and texturized products suchas dashboards and flooring material.83 -1.05 –46 17 25ê 14.10 -27 16.1 –. 3 bank Banco BradescoBBD — remain below their 50.5 BarnsNo 5.42 –19 61 7ê –.00 9.ò –.78 –23 87m 17o 94 68 94 B A–30.0 VanceInfo n VIT 51.40 -0.83 –2.87 18 24.02 –81 130 20o 75 72 68 B D–30.9 CLFC 66 10 94 E B 22.4 MorgStan 6.75 0.17 32.92 Nordsrm 4.68 +48 5.55 52.18 44 50 37 B D–23.02 40.3m .54 63 93 22 C C 26. Industry Group Strength and Sales+Profit Margins+ROE.27 –39 28 45ê 90 80 90 C D+69.25 –8.3 –.7 –1.o 17.6 Buckle 3.34 +45 103 22ê –.33 Zale r ZLC 14.18 65 47 71 C E 47.8m 12o –14 8.70 –30 35 15ê 39.5 CNXGas CXG 97 97 76 D 19.50 4 10.9 BestBuy 2.12 -0.04 –24 3.50 –.86 –14 784 15o –1.32 -1.16 -1. “We also think this transaction enhances the value of Nossa Caixa as an acquisition target.3 SunTrst 7.16.50 –42 304 6ê –.93 –35 2..70 8 58.77 21. a smaller bank.5 r WMI 31.48 –11 352 13ê –.2 ASBC 20.06 –2.0 MonrchFn MNRK 19.57 –1.16 –.49.o 91 62 93 C A 28.18 –57 59 14k –.7 MCO 23.47 126 42.02 -0.00 94 68 94 B B+40.85 –2.73 RadioShk 2.0m 10o +.66 –8 1.55 YumBrd 2.63 –17 290 21o 29.0 RoyalBk 4.28 -0.18 -3.36 –1.46 +74 53 13ê 9.7 Knoll KNL 97 90 72 B+ 24.6 VistaPrt r VPRT 17.2 V S E VSEC 99 98 84 C+ 13.22 –.71 99 Comp.4 CornellCos CRN 31.9 TxCapBsh TCBI 18.1 Umpqu 4.25 60 73 54 C C 39.32 –50 7.61 DollarTree DLTR 35.8 Qiagen NV QGEN 31.1 SigntrBk SBNY 97 83 91 C 13.3 HrlysvlSv HARL 13. that outperformance might look puzzling.8 63 42 76 C D–31.67 IBD’s Top 200 Composite Stocks SmartSelect® Composite Rating SmartSelect® Composite Rating SmartSelect® Composite Rating SmartSelect® Composite Rating E E E E P R Acc 52-Wk Closingî Vol% P R Acc 52-Wk Closingî Vol% P R Acc 52-Wk Closingî Vol% P R Acc 52-Wk Closingî Vol% 6 S S Dis Hi Stock Symbol Price Chg Chg 6 S S Dis Hi Stock Symbol Price Chg Chg 6 S S Dis Hi Stock Symbol Price Chg Chg 6 S S Dis Hi Stock Symbol Price Chg Chg 99 99 83 B. does not trade on U.51 Lululemngn LULU 11. Each of the two lowest weeks sprung back toend at the top of their weeklytrading price ranges.6 UMPQ 17.1 BBY 26.1m 14o 9.05 7 16.0 PEBO 8.9m 2o 98 72 94 A A–20.4 HncHld 2.7m 7o –41 500 7k –36 968 12ò –44 410 20o 92 88 70 A B 31.8 r RY 42. The traditionally defensive industry group has held up better than the major indexes year-to-date.70 LimitdBr 5.57 –4 859 7ò 80 84 52 B B+33.2 –1.15 –1.44 Gymboree r GYMB 22.2 –.71 Starbucks SBUX 11.5 SHW 55.96 DcksSpt DKS 15.26 –.89 92 80 92 C D 44.9 AppldSgnl APSG 27.70 -0.73 –29 174 5ò 35 27 46 D D–36.6 TransDg TDG 78.6 RossSts ROST 21.9 –1. IBD. it’s better to analyze the base from the failed attempt.99 -39 25.0 –2.80.1 HD 22.03 Petsmrt .1 NTRS 26.42 -11 56.56 –50 329 14o –1.5 r FAST 36.02 -37 10.8m 11o 28.64 –27 77 15ê 80 24 95 C A–34.93 ShrwnW 2.1 r WSM 9.2 AaronRnt .2 UnBksh 3.91 0.1 GlacrBnc 3.47 –39 15m 11o 16.4m 13o –1.83 Caseys 1.7 AeroVir AVAV 97 87 92 B 83.47 -39 15.0 Trustmk 4.0 UnivPA 2.6 HarlyNat 6.1 Mantech MANT 97 89 89 A+ 50.11 –24 16m 11ò 93 77 97 B C+32.20 -1.08 –15 11m 13o 69 55 65 B B–29. 40%.10 -0.6 EAT 9.4m 11o –24 138 14o +85 71 17ê –8 923 5o –9 13m 7o +3 12m 7o –42 139 4ê +9 321 2ê –7 248 10ê +2 2.S.43 –2.1 88 74 63 B C+27.3 RobrtHlf 2.5m 8o 97 68 97 C B+27.7 r SSI 7. The stock has also struggled with its 10-week moving average. BANKS AldIrish 23 AIB 10. Standex is tucked into a relatively strong industry group.2 TD 60.7 –1.30 96 95 72 A D+40.45 -1.72 -2.6 r GPS 12. Unibanco has had the best earnings growth in recent quarters.1m 11o –.9 r SGK 14.39 -12 25.51.4 –.3 UtdCmBk 2.2 EmergMedS EMS 99 78 86 B+ 24.39 –67 2.77 -3.0 NatPenn 4.67 -4.07 -1.6 Cryolife CRY 15.1 AbbotLabs ABT 99 78 97 A+ 36. Unibanco CEO Pedro Moreira Salles was quoted saying in news reports.17 -1.8 ShndCm SHEN 97 84 89 C 101.7 AlmstFam AFAM 99 98 97 B 53.61 -0.7 RDK 27.72 0.7 –1.40 -1.91 -0.1 RBCAA 31.69 1.05 –14 39 8ê –.7 FRED 10.3 UBSH 25.25 -1.51 Lowes 1.68 –2.80 -0.78 –.0 93 91 68 C C+50.43 –2.9 MyriadGn MYGN 99 74 95 B 58. Trading within the base has been volatile.38 -0.71 -1.1 DIN 14.6 CTBI 63 83 37 B B–86.34 +18 830 16ò –1.16 RentACtr RCII 14.11 92 26.00 50.00 -79 19.4m 11o 93 70 96 D B 21.7 NovNrdk NVO 97 88 84 B+ 39.4 Caseys CASY 98 58 96 A 41.46 –.53 –2.2m 12ò –.23 PetMed PETS 17.74 Systemax r SYX 12.00 –1.5 Morngstr MORN 35.5 –1.44 Ameris 1. The merger of two Brazilian banks creates the largest financial institution in Latin America and may lead to more consolidation in Brazil’s financial sector.4 UBS UBS 13.75 –2.48 -1.5 BBV 12.5 RNST 23.4m 8ò 89 79 76 A C+37.o 79 26 91 B B–84.0 SouthsBc 2.0 –3.3 Kaman A KAMN 99 79 91 B.97 JCrew JCG 17. This failed breakout did not result in a new closing high for the week. stock exchanges.74 90 78 72 A D 41.1 LANAirADS LFL 25.43 –48 331 10k 76 27 93 D B 38.1 HeartFin 1.77 JackInBox JBX 17.4 NewAlliB 2.12 +36 869 15o 25.1m 8ò 57 10 72 D B+18.5 WPP 4.64 -24 28.8 SUBK 21.0 NwEngBc NEBS 97 86 95 B.78 –1.20 3.5 BlkRKel n BKCC 27.6 ElPasoP n EPB 21. 25.43 –7.0 PacfcCap 4.38 –24 5. highlights companies with strong fundamentals.52 +.8 BLX 9.18 -1.6 Enersis ENI 91.79 -26 9.6 StifelFin SF 57.6 r SFNC 14.9 –2.60 Scansrce SCSC 19.20 –7 854 3ê 88 36 98 C A–39.0 HVT 9.3 WestwdHld WHG 24.4 OldSecBc 4.16 –1.3m 6o 86 89 54 A C+88.07 Costco 1.8m 8o 68 53 61 C D+36.7 r TIF 24.50 +39 702 7ò 87 51 94 B C+47.58 +35 301 20ê 93 64 96 B A–36.3 r MSM 34.47 13.84 UnitdNaturl UNFI 19.23 –47 46 12ê 55.1 LakeFinl 2.83 –1.01 -0.2 CBC 87 42 95 B B+35.1 C 86 54 86 B B 54. This proprietary investing tool combines IBD’s company ratings for Earnings Per Share.71 DSWInc DSW 12.91 -1.07 0.38 –44 333 17o 48 58 54 B D–20.73 –46 403 16ê –30 2.41 -0.81 –31 514 18ê –.5 r SWY 21.87 –41 533 1o –44 21 18ê –20 21 13ê –52 880 11x –57 4.2m 17o –.2 DollarTree DLTR 15.2 Quidel QDEL 38.70 Synnex SNX 15.1 DYS 18.37 Pantry PTRY 21.57 –40 624 16o 13.88 -13 60.80 –.8m 11ò –40 4.38.70 –2.55 -0.3 –.88 39.12 41.51 23 47.35 -0.79 –4.0 HuronCon HURN 98 64 96 C 19.7 FMBI 92 76 94 C A–30.78 8 62.3 Aceto ACET 33.51 –1.9 CmpblSp CPB 20.77 -40 35.4 SHG 13.0 SYNT 24.0 Comerica 4.6 36 13 46 D C 35.08 40.S. Banco ItauITU is acquiring UnibancoUBB to create a banking giant with $265 billion in assets and about 20% of the country’s market share.78 –6 186 6ê –1.8 PaCmcBcp COBH 67.12 0.0m 15ò 84 67 77 B B–26.8 Synovus 2.75 -29 32. all key elements of the stock market’s biggest historical winners.04 –53 126 12k 83 75 79 C E 39.12 46 65 40 B E 53.7 ApolloGrpA APOL 99 74 99 B+ 71.48 Freds .8 r CCBG 28 12 33 E C 27.3 80 59 91 D B 15.04 -1.26 -59 15. 38%-deep cup.76 –25 621 15ê 55 6 77 D B 17.78 HSNInc HSNI 4. 8.04 +25 49 13ê 12.6m 5ò –. so some may interpret the base as continuing from its August peak.40 –.9 WNSHldgs WNS 11.13 –31 20 14ê 35 52 30 B D 126 Shinhan 2. This week it retook the line.

05 +26 13m 6o –2..39 –29 1.20 STRAYER EDUCATION INC (STRA) Group 2 o$218.5 PennWstE 19 PWE 17.1 EngInfra EII 10.6m 13o –2.3 TSO 9. E 29.37 –60 32 12ê +.39 –...1–37.47 –23 1..89 –1.23 JackHn 1...0m 12o 24 57 12 B D–90.... HOLDING CO FOR SOUTHSIDE BANK AND FORT WORTH NATIONAL BANK OPERATING THROUGH 44 OFFICES IN 9 EAST TEXAS COUNTIES.3m 9o 64 41 61 C B 54..84 –1.07 –.8 NewfldExpl NFX 24.97 26.76 –24 307 19k –.10 –..96 –2. D.41 –.15 44 83 64 .5 9346.70 12.54 +17 837 .390.9m 7o 54 98 29 C D–30.71 86 86 85 B C 41.0 Inergy 11 NRGY 21.8 HE 25...5m 3o 28 23 24 D D–38.4 ArchCoal 1..6 PVA 36.76 –1..83 +44 3.67 +30 227 19ê 94 72 83 B C+28...8 90 62 95 B B–16..1 PortGE 5. 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Rating 89 EPS RS 97 ROE 36% 13..4 07/15/05 8.03 +28 5..9 CabotO&G ..3m 9o 89 83 61 A B–29..30 –2.9 92 90 93 A D–20....81 GENOPTIX INC (GXDX) Group 48 o$32..1 AWR 32.0 FII 24.47 –22 306 8ê –1...3 PhaseFwd PFWD 14..0 97 90 72 A B+24..4 SCG 33.1m 13ò –1....65 –37 85 ...4 r RLRN 11..68 –...45 –51 9 20k 81 97 47 A B–101 MurphOil 2..17 –23 298 8ò 81 88 62 A D–73...0 WTOffshr .0m 12x Accumulation/Distribution (last 3 mos) 52 47 54 C E 30..9 WR 19..3 ANW ..5 Alleghn 2.3m 12o AlliBern 10 AB 23.5 EIX ElPasoElc r EE EmprDist 6..1 POR 19.20 –.. Rating 90 EPS RS 94 ROE 39% 15..42 79 93 63 A C+30.64 –....000 8.55 –12 237 19o 98 73 87 B A–18....50 –24 182 6ê CaptlOne 3.. Rating 98 EPS RS 99 ROE 25% 6..6 Avista 3. C+20.30 –1.51 –2.....57 –.62 –64 984 17o 78 73 78 C B+15.4 SNP 59.8M Shares DEVELOPS PRODUCTS FOR THE SURGICAL TREATMENT OF SPINE DISORDERS INCLUDING RESTORATIVE AND FUSION PROCEDURES.01 –1....6m 13o 66 69 32 A D+41.1–25..01 –18 6..6 75 78 50 A C+714 35 75 9 C E 33.. 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Daily Vol 192..38 –8 224 13ò 21 21 41 B E 35....9 PNW 30.82 12/03/07 1...46 +8 109 6ê –1.80 Oracle ORCL 17.28 –42 19 10ê 23 74 24 .5 Unisour 3.0 ExterrP 12 EXLP 14.6 EntpsPrd 8.9 PlainsEx r PXP 26.97 –8 768 8ê 78 95 68 A E 95.3 81 57 82 B C+33.7 EC 16.68 –16 1.8 BPplc 6..83 NuanceCm NUAN 9.99 58 98 43 C C+119 AlphaNtRs ANR 29...47 –2..48 –.19 –..753....0 Nicor 4..48 .13 49 84 37 C D–81..6m 9o 76 90 58 A D 81...24 –1.65 –1..98 –1.01 –44 249 ...3 ZION 18.8 Permian 13 PBT 21.7 BP 48...23 –1.5 Verisign VRSN 21..8 RangeRes ...194.6m 5o –2.88 –1.1 r FCL 17.2 85 67 75 B C+49.59 –38 830 7ò 40 70 28 A E 36..47 –.26 –42 1...51 –5 59 16ê 51 87 35 A E 59..2 Oneok 5.23 –4.. D–64..1 95 95 77 B D–60...59 –...91 –2.32 JDASfwr JDAS 12. Southside At Work On A Possible Base NUVASIVE INC (NUVA) Group 24 o$46..47 +8 333 12ê 82 58 85 C B–50.0 Noble .1% 12/13/07 9.10 16..9 95 73 98 B C+30..1m 4o 49 70 20 A C 73.2 r SRE 43......44 –30 1...51 –1.6 CIG 3.23 +.9 BarrettBl BBG 22..42 –.....21 –...0 MEE 19...5 7WstnGas 8.2 PVG 21.37 FairIsa .6 47 36 40 B D 35..11 +2 246 6ò –1.....0m 8o 89 66 90 C B+37.80+104 3.01 –17 899 18o –1..9 SUN 30.0 NXY .9m 3o 56 8 81 C B–47....8 ARLP 31.0 MUR ..8m 43o –.9 EDE EmpNcCh 2.99 –44 674 37ò –1.95 10/27/08 3.43 –27 1.25 ....22 –.89 –9 15m 6k 64 95 28 A D–77.8 PetroCn 2..9 NSTAR 4. COMP SFTWR 52 51 47 E B 25.6 ArenaRes ARD 28.75 –43 2.9m 24ò 59 95 26 A E 64.1 FrontOil 1.10 14.73 –30 2.....5 Mirant MIR 16..05 –34 444 13ò 39 60 19 B E 132 86 88 77 A C+80. .0 BasicEn r BAS 13. ENERGY 99 98 97 A B–52.72 –22 5.3 NST 32.48 –1.5 XcelEngy 5.3 BGH 17...7 98 89 82 A B+41. Paul Whitfield OFFERS UNDERGRADUATE AND GRADUATE DEGREE PROGRAMS TO OVER 36..2 AEP 31..7 XTOEnrgy 1..83 45...31 –31 6.4 Sandrdgen SD 12.4 GAS 41.12+173 1.53 +28 2..2 66 74 64 A E 45.8 RedHat r RHT 13..43 –1 12m 8ò 82 99 45 A D 44.......85 –2.8 SuperEgry SPN 20.22 46 99 17 B D–77.77 –2.74 07/04/08 21.95 –.6m 8o 51 89 33 B E 58. WEDNESDAY VOLUME TOTAL 629 STOCKS ADVANCED ON 2245 STOCKS DECLINED ON 100 STOCKS UNCHANGED ON 2....0 PanhanO 1..28 –20 596 14ò 97 81 94 .00 –....4 BRY 21.....32 –26 1.29 Ebix r EBIX 26.9 r NI 13.85 –42 224 13o –.6 92 86 68 B C 26.. most market leaders appear in Stocks In The News charts.....73 +9 966 5o ..3m 5o 73 76 73 C E 43.35 –21 67 21k –67 2.53+210 92 .68 –12 1..5 69 85 24 A E 79.02 –3.7 KEP 10..3 -314.17 –2..7 1717..6 DO 86.1 AtlasAm .96 –..8 96 78 73 A A–19.. E 82.3 PGN 39. Daily Vol 310....75 –1.5 CVX ..99–17.64 –....9m 11o –.5 MarkWst 15 MWE 16..8 Tesco TESO 9..ê CMEGrp 1..90 –.6 AXP 27..24 –48 657 4o 98 91 87 A B+65.1 r AMP 21.23 –38 152 15k 92 65 91 B B–23....54 –.15 –1.5 Crosstex 14 XTXI 8......16 –..89 –1..6m 7o 34 56 30 B D 74.8 9316.4 -179.7 ChartInds GTLS 12.1 CEO 78.59 –62 8 16ê CohenStr 5.77 +7 481 7o 74 90 20 A D+57. 04 PM 12 MONTH HISTORY Low Date High Date Public/NYSE Specialist Short Sales 02/29/08 8.90 –2...38 –2.55 –.80 –17 904 8o 71 82 73 B C 54...5 Holly 3.7 62 21 82 C B–27.61 –7 983 7ò BrkfInf 7.70 64 71 70 B D–31.1m 5o 74 85 50 A C+35...58 –1.47 –48 834 ...05 –.50 –64 2.0 74 99 43 A E 50..7 CNQ 51.2m 9o 9.04 74 97 41 A D 155 CoreLa ....2 42 48 43 B D 60.000 SHARES OR MORE) 5th N/A 4th 9127 3rd 6324 31st 8492 30th 8586 .03 –1..7 IdahoP 4.91 Ratio of price premiums in Puts versus Calls 01/21/08 0...9 -175..73 –1.4 GMXResrcs GMXR 39.50 0.4 76 68 79 B B–26.0m 39ò 89 95 96 ..50 KenexaCp r KNXA 6.2m 99ò 59 3 93 .36 –.43 –2. .4 7BdwkPpl 7.0m 12o –54 2.42 –5.9m 19o 59 81 35 C C+40..2m 4o 89 84 64 C B–37.19 40 91 12 B E 44.81 53. FINANCE 98 98 94 A D 19. C+34.65 –27 138 62ê –1...24 –21 6.5 BKH 25.8 MdsxWtr4..41 –3.39 –31 430 15o 26 99 11 .7 92 40 96 B B+35..32 –43 794 14ò –.... B 55.1 PetroDev PETD 18..o –.4 WSBC WestBc 5.4 PugetEgy 4.99 –1...7 FdtnCoal 1..57 –1..56 –1.2 r TDW 44.20 –.34 –23 986 25o 86 59 81 C D–29.0 PEGA 12.2 ENISPA 8.7 HuanPwr 8..3 OGE 25. HOURLY NASDAQ VOLUME & MARKET CHANGES New Issues in Last Year as % of All Stocks on NYSE 11/04/08 3..76 –15 957 11ò 52-wk Dividend Close Vol% Vol P 95 74 96 C B–29..5 COP 53.8 Laclede 2.3 15 18 21 B D–61.8m 10o –2..08 –31 37m 13o IBD Composite Rating 52-wk Dividend Close Vol% Vol P Earnings Per Share Growth Rating 6 6 666 High Stock % Yield Symbl Price Chg Chg 1000 E Relative Price Strength Rating Sales+Profit Margins+Return On Equity 76 67 68 B E 84..4 MarinerE ME 13.84 02/17/04 1.36 –1 4.06 97 97 81 A B–45.82 Acc/Dis C Sup/Demand 79 –1.00 ....2 Salesforc CRM 29.87 –51 13 20k 83 59 86 C C+50..5 76 65 63 B C+28.82 NYSE COMPOSITE INDEX % CHANGE DAILY .97 +37 3.9 PrideIntl PDE 18.3 Southws 3.5 DomRsBW 18 DOM 20...8M Shares 99 Comp..01 –27 4.30 –46 168 24ê –...74 –.58 –9 580 3ò 80 44 88 D C 36.7 Ameren 7...84+100 2.. N/A Number of Stock Splits in IBD 6000 (prior 30 days) 03/03/08 15 01/04/08 70 03/03/08 15 06/19/06 -5..3 PubSvcEn 4.31 –27 227 8ò –2...6 Enerplus 14 ERF 26.08 ActivsnBlz ATVI 10. –18 71 14k 32 52 39 D C+26.15 –. EPS Gro PE 48 Avg..22 –1..1 CWT 38.....07 –1.03 –1.1 ImprlOil 1...51 –63 34 22o –1..0 Quickslvr KWK 10.. E 35.5 Petrohawk HK 17....77 –3 3.6m 8ò 73 97 47 A D 137 Hess ...0 75 31 83 B B 46.2 Vectren 5.75 –24 3.81 AllscrptsM MDRX 7.81 12..93 +22 181 5o 61 98 21 A C+40..79 –59 163 10ê –1...39 +14 664 13ê 75 76 48 B B–32..66 –50 144 7ê 60 94 24 A D+88.1 ForestOil FST 24.58 –1.90 47 96 31 C E 32.4 ED 43.9 AEE 32. 13.0m 5o 5 24 9 C E 89.9 Sasol 5.6 r FIC 14...3 EPE 21.44 –.91 –32 229 13o .86 –39 6.62 86 99 62 A D+57.63 +..2 PatriotCn PCX 14.23 53..8 RegncyE 13 RGNC 13.0 WTR 18.8 WmsPipl 8..6 NaborsInds NBR 16..7 1719.9 r EXC FPLGrp 3.1 84 30 86 B A 15.. 12 01 0 ..27 –51 2.90 OpnetTech r OPNT 11.42 +5 1.88 +45 1.45 –26 347 35o –1.....6 –7.0 7ConchoRn CXO 21..00 Ansys ANSS .69 MYRIAD GENETICS (MYGN) Group 8 o$71.094.2 NWN 49..907.7 AmWWks 4.1m 8o 99 88 98 A C 47..94 –1.2 Contango r MCF 53.900 Debt 95% Last Qtr Eps +40%5 Prior Qtr +28%5 Last Qtr Sales +12% 2 Qtrs EPS ) 15% Eps Due 2/14 Acc/Dis B Sup/Demand 82 Acc/Dis B+ Sup/Demand 45 MARKETS PRESCRIPTION/NON-PRESCRIPTION MEDICATIONS AND OTHER HEALTH PRODUCTS FOR DOGS/CATS/HORSES VIA CATALOG/INTERNET...31 –31 12m 4o –4....3 97 99 83 A D–52.96 –..52 78 74 79 A E 95..3 08/29/08 207 09/16/05 79..8 CompPdS CPX 11....42 –1.57 –2.04 –.23 15.9 7NustarEn 9 NS 45..67 –1.55 OpenText OTEX 28.7 HollyEn 11 HEP 25.1 PTEN 12.8 NYTime 5 YEAR HISTORY Low Date High Current 10 AM 11 AM 12 PM 17.35 –46 28 11ê 85 97 61 A C 100 OcciPet 2..0m 5o 80 95 66 A E 22...2 PenVaGP 7..93 –2..0 ConocPh 3.2 TaleoA TLEO 13.15 –1..2m 5ò 57 74 57 C C 35..8 1755.5 STR 33.11 –1..71 –55 112 14ò 44 80 23 A E 69..22 –2.0 CWCO ConstlEn 8.82 +14 552 13ê 85 83 82 C D+29.50 –4.0 ChesEngy 1.63 –....9m 5o 62 88 29 A C 37.1 POM 17. D+25.9 PAA 40.o 76 58 68 C C 64.1 PBR 27.050...95 Cerner r CERN 39.31 –50 537 11o 51 86 22 A D–65...42 –37 1..0 SuntechP STP 16.12 –51 531 5ê 72 93 43 A D+83..94 –25 3...7 r JKHY 17.88 –..... 42..85 +.6 WEC 42.13 –9 3.88 +48 17m 16ò –1. EPS Gro PE 41 Avg... E 27......57 –19 1.3 WTBA WstCtB ...4 NBL 51.o –... Eps Due 1/22 88 68 89 B C+24.o 39 55 20 B C 49..4 68 35 80 C B–20.B6 NASDAQ STOCKS IN THE NEWS THURSDAY...1 94 74 98 D A–14....21 +30 738 9k –.1 PSD 24..39 –31 198 ..3 SanJuanB 9 SJT 36.2m 6o –32 679 15ò –10 2.8% -0.47 –1 179 6o 86 98 67 A C+71..3 SuncrEr ..41 MedAsst MDAS .09 24.3 AquaAm 3.01 –42 248 13x 91 79 80 A B+45.3 EzcorpClA EZPW .42 Informatca r INFA 13...0 AffiltMgrs AMG 44.57 –. 01 PM 02 PM CBOEMarket Volatility Index (over 50 is bullish) 05/20/08 14.0 Approachn AREX 11..85 AladdinKno ALDN 10.49 –1..01 –....00 –. UTILITY 92 80 79 C D–39..6 KMP 53....94 –5 8.0 05/29/08 102..58 +28 616 22k 93 70 94 C B 15.99 70 85 50 A D–45.15 –22 1.74 –34 6.56 –1..0 69 79 43 B C+40.8 82 63 79 B C 33....1m 16o Calamos 2.25 –1.28 +...8 OilStIntl r OIS 23. It has been toggling above and below its 10-week moving average the past couple of weeks.5 CLB 76.59 85 92 63 A B–79.o Cybrsrce r CYBS ..83 –...6 MrtnMd 11 MMLP 25..06 –2..38 36.48 –55 29 10x 73 74 96 C D 83.0 Allete 5...07 –16 3.23 McAfee r MFE 31.. +49 720 20ê –1..6 SAP 36.60 –1.2 NJR 35..9 EngyTsfr 9 ETP 38.2m 6o –1..2 -119..88 –..99 ConcurTch r CNQR 23.40 09/01/08 0.5 CNXGas CXG 28.92 –.48 +20 1. 10 AM .79 –.73 –5 694 10o 63 39 80 D D 44..5 r SE 18.3 CrosTim 11 CRT 46.71 –3.76 –51 798 17o –.11 +..0 CNWtrSv 3.57 –1...24 +16 81 16ò 71 63 60 B E 54.13 –77 123 2ò 51 99 9 A C+68..11 37 65 25 B E 59.17 –1.3 VE 25.46 –2..52 –9 30m 7ò 32 91 9 C D 79.COM “Graphic displays” of stocks over $12 that hit new price highs (names boldfaced) or are near new highs (regular type face) or had greatest % increase in volume on stocks over $15 and up 50¢ or more (name underlined).02 –35 15 13k –4.....5 ParmTch r PMTC 12..9 r VLO 20.87 –...95 –15 3..31 DSTSys r DST 40...0 TecoEngy 6.6m ......63 –1.0m 13o 75 71 50 A E 78.0m 9o –.0m 7o 45 38 40 B C+75..9 r WTNY WilmtnTr 5.8 Symantec SYMC .67 –..4 Tesoro 4...4 CovantaH r CVA 20...2 Spectra 5.4 MSFT 22..42 –59 79 .5m 5ò 86 88 57 A D–59.63 –.34 –3..79 –4..54 –24 1.. 18.45 –25 81m 11o –2...30 –1..26 –24 3.4 Hallibtn 1.51 –32 2..18 CheckPtSf r CHKP 18.38 –..2m 4o 62 97 27 A C+48.000 STUDENTS AT 55 CAMPUSES THROUGHOUT 13 STATES.74 –4...887..64 –.0 FIF 19...11 –42 215 82ò –1.2% 87 3rd 31st 30th 4276 3407 5340 4475 +4.49 –43 554 10ê 64 64 47 B E 52.8 92 97 63 A C 27.4m 13ê 53 64 35 B E 65.43 –44 1.23 –22 445 4o +1..6 BJS 12.57 –47 2.03 –67 18 29x 92 68 83 B B+19.43 –.ò –.. DIETARY SUPPLEMENTS AND OTHER CONSUMER PRODUCTS PROVIDES LABORATORY SERVICES FOR ONCOLOGISTS AND HEMATOLOGISTS FOR DIAGNOSIS OF BLOOD.....0 05/29/08 102..1 McDermott MDR 15..39 –32 351 15k 78 59 70 B E 25.1 CNL 21...4 ENB 35. 37.25 10/09/07 4..2 PennVAR 11 PVR 15....87 +...0m 6o 67 86 28 A C+42..99 +....34 10/06/08 2..23 –36 1......2 PPL 4..7m 72ò –2.4 ChesUtil 4.54 +29 434 7ê 25 33 12 B D–60.24+336 2.98 –2..00 92 60 84 A C+55..1 Acc/Dis D Sup/Demand 85 Chg Nasdaq Composite..9 SEP 20.... Rating 74 EPS RS 95 ROE 2% 34.54 11 AM Wed Tue PM PM PM PM PM 236 555 815 1059 1270 1539 2147 254 618 933 1187 1416 1721 2299 -17 -63 -117 -127 -146 -182 -151 TOTAL 2147 2299 -151 .02 –9 41 8k 78 87 55 A C 40.47 –.99 –3.26 –45 551 6ò 76 76 82 .76 13...27 –..3 Statoil 3..1m 11k ElctrRnt 5..02 –15 39 9k 66 92 39 A D–163 Transocn RIG 80..0 1726..2 AGLRes 5.6 SUG 16.81 +4 770 8ò –...5 PattUTI 5.. +15% Ann......55 –.3 GIFI 17.8 63 24 82 D C+24.9 RDSA 55.6 Qtrs EPS ) 15% SBSI ny Southside Bancshares could Eps Due 2/19 R&D 15% be working on a new base.82 –39 8.68 –43 5.67 –53 229 13o –1.27 –14 4.52 –..43 i2Tech ITWO 10.03 –9 954 4k 86 92 83 ..99 –34 13m 9o APhySv 1.66 –1....5 TeppcoP 10 TPP 28..51 –22 775 5o –..... 12.03 +4 599 6ò –.60 +17 648 11o +.22 –.90 –1.76 –.2 WL WilshB 2..4 LZ 36.10 –.30 –26 1..80 –5 45m 8o 70 97 52 A D–83... 3 among 197 industry groups in Wednesday’s IBD.2m 7ò Blackrck 2..74 –17 281 .1 NJResrc 3.54 –67 132 9ò 82 53 78 B C+40.03 –2.61 –12 2. EPS Gro PE 27 Avg.96 –2.00 BMCSftwr BMC 26.6m 16o –.45 –...2 NoWstC 6....08 +99 1.30 –48 205 10ò 81 94 49 A B–63..07+179 215 19k –.70 –26 414 16o 71 91 53 A D–21.32 –2. ANCILLARY CARE BENEFIT MANAGEMENT AND HOSPICE SERVICES..3m 3ò 81 56 70 A C 37.96 –...3 -60.50 –1..19 –2..87 84 88 93 .1 CEG DPL 5.4 MSEX 16.7 7ElPasoP 6..2m 10o 78 50 84 D B–28.12 –.7 -33.5m 11ò 61 94 21 A D+57...3 Ferllgas 12 FGP 16.3 Tidewatr 2.35 –4.0 CalifWtr 3...9m 8ò –1.77 –3.5 EPD 24.10 23..65 +27 107 10x 41 73 15 A D+164 SunPowrA SPWRA 32.37 –42 1.4 -486......5 AtwoodOcn ATW ... 53.01 –94 5 .76–15..05 –33 1..x 45 85 12 A D+83.64 –..24 –7..84 3..95 Macrvsn MVSN 10...6 NRGEnrgy NRG 24..18+776 2..65 37.99 67 98 26 A D–209 CNOOC 6.72 CHATTEM INC (CHTT) Group 16 o$71.1m 3ò 91 99 89 A C+88.9m 13ò 76 91 31 A B–123 VMware VMW 27.9 KindrME 7...67 42 94 12 A E 55. 44%.0 EVEngy 17 EVEP 17. 14.53 –44 640 13o –.67 –5 456 .5m .8m 12o 50 34 37 B D+33..9 PetrbrsA 2.1 10/10/08 103.09 –38 66 99ê 41 74 17 C D–47. E 27..3 TrinaSol TSL 11.9 LG 51.74 –1.57 –2.9M Shares 99 Comp.6m 5o 3 6 6 B E 43...10 –..14 +.04 –7 1.00 –42 244 14ò –3. Daily Vol 70.61 –1.. Ann..... Rating 88 EPS RS 98 ROE 38% 17.8m 12ò 92 62 90 B B–40.18 –32 1. -29.9 BJSvcs 1..1 KindMrMg KMR 48.9 -18.50 –71 10 7ê 96 91 85 A B–36.9 ITC .9 CallnPet CPE 10.18 –.70 –42 1. PROVIDES IN-HOME NURSING SERVICES AND PERSONAL CUSTODIAL CARE FOR RECUPERATING AND DISABLED PATIENTS.. 13.4 AegeanM .32 –...81 –1.o –1.77 –1.31 –.1 63 58 54 B D–92.9M Shares 98 Comp..4 CentrlVT 4.11 –1.0 WMZ 15..84 +8 18m 10o 76 76 68 A C+97..k 78 57 50 A C+35.0 ITCHldgs 2.84 –52 56 42k 80 56 80 C B–36.3 EnterpGP 8.0m 12o 48 98 13 A D–90.2 WGLHld 4.6 r NFG 35..9 40 59 20 C C+63..30 77 92 45 B D+39...35 –3.3 DenbryRes DNR .19 +11 768 15o 6 6 666 High Stock % Yield Symbl Price Chg Chg 1000 E 57 41 41 B C 47..6 ACIWwde ACIW 12.65 +6 359 13k 75 21 96 C C+48.81 –1.03 –.7 HES .9 DUK EdisnInt 3.7 NatlOilVr NOV 29.3 Carrizo CRZO 24..9 ATLS 22.4 55.2 OttrTail 5.... 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The company cranked up earnings growth of 13%.3 r HRB 18.5 AtlasPi 18 APL 20.42 +..k 29 3 75 D D–86...88 +1.9 94 79 93 B B–40....38 –.5 SwiftErgy SFY ..8 ORA 25.0 Bristowgp BRS 23.56 –1.33 –1.20 +1.59 –36 7...47 –35 1.....22 –39 671 15ò 93 90 66 A D+36.1m ....34 –20 2.13 –9 1...33 –50 229 9o +.5 RoyDShB 5...60 –.0m 7o 90 93 79 A C 127 DevnEngy .9 80 31 83 B B+17.08 –11 2...67 –17 1.61 +18 211 11x –6...3m 12o –...95 –55 76 47ê 75 74 58 A B 317 FstSolar FSLR .12 13 12 27 D C+20.400 Debt 0% Last Qtr Eps +267%6 Prior Qtr +878%5 Last Qtr Sales +53% 2 Qtrs EPS ) 15% Eps Due 2/5 R&D 41% Acc/Dis B+ Sup/Demand 84 IBD Composite Rating Earnings Per Share Growth Rating Relative Price Strength Rating Sales+Profit Margins+Return On Equity Accumulation/Distribution (last 3 mos) Dividend Close Vol% Vol P 6 6 666 High Stock % Yield Symbl Price Chg Chg 1000 E VallyNBc 4.07 +46 1..1m 15o –..37 10/27/08 2..58 –24 487 5k 41 64 34 B D+47.5 CIG 14...8 53 60 32 B D–48.2 r FIS 16...10 –69 32 18ê –1......5m 20ò 36 18 39 C D–46.5 PTR 72.6 ConEdisn 5.0 SunPwrB SPWRB 25. B+18....20 FundTech FNDT 9.0m 9o 83 88 68 A C 18..3 68 87 53 A D 48.0% 11/24/03 2.3m 3o 57 92 42 A E 69.65 –57 407 13ê –30 27 11ê –21 51m 13x –15 120 15ê –55 27 15ê –32 85 ...71 SOUTHSIDE BANCSHARES INC (SBSI) Group 6 $21.3 BR 11.....1 95 75 96 B B 20....02 –...5 7SunocoLg 8.2 NEUtil 3...88 –24 4.24 10/27/08 3.18 –18 2.....18 –51 711 8o 61 96 30 A E 64..8m ....67 –43 162 10o 79 98 42 A D+68...2 NatcoGpA NTG 20.0m 9ò +61 598 9ê –38 136 20ê +13 297 14ê +14 1.2 FMCTech FTI ...4 72 91 28 A B–32.4m .9 CLMS 7.7 NSH 19....70 +59 67 14ê 63 99 11 A C 45...2 EnscoInt .03 –2.5 67 74 48 B D–249 31 24 19 C C+25.11 +3 6..0 ValeroEn 2...38 Intuit r INTU 25.9m 4ê 91 91 68 A B+87.... +7 3.5 CSH .9 HugotnRy 13 HGT 23..4 98 93 77 A C+23...2 VtlImgs VTAL 12.54 –22 513 10ò 92 93 62 A D–26...38 10.77 –2.2m 6o 94 81 85 B C+63.9m 10o 67 64 62 A C+28.6 SJW 5..1 81 89 58 A D+28..82 –2.09 –67 251 17o 2.1 DPL DTEEnrgy 5.5m 10o 86 64 87 C B–38.15 –44 3...100 Debt 47% Last Qtr Eps +63%5 Prior Qtr +43%5 Last Qtr Sales +84% 14 Qtrs EPS ) 15% Eps Due 3/10 . EPS Gro PE 26 Avg.41 ALMOST FAMILY INC (AFAM) Group 3 o$48.. DANDRUFF SHAMPOOS..8 TargaRes 13 NGLS 15......91 47 43 69 B C+58.52 –1..8 Transal 4...7 WTI 17......44 –46 2..62 –15 643 12ò 75 58 77 B D–54...50 –1.63 98 92 89 A B–32.8 9445..ò BlckH&R 3.9 RDC 20.32 –2. E 47.69 –3.8 84 67 65 A B–43.900 Debt 0% Last Qtr Eps +425%6 Prior Qtr+1300%5 Last Qtr Sales +74% Texas-based bank holding compa.58 –1..25 –44 1...5 LaynChrst LAYN 24.89 –41 45 14ê –1.58 ConsWtr 2..27 –..0 ENI Entergy 3.4 96 91 86 A B–31.8 EVR 9...0 TakeTwoIS TTWO 12...9 Repsol 2.1 AYE 29..16 –71 14 20k 92 84 63 B C+63.80 –1..40 –2..4 SII 33.99 –.66 73 92 62 A D–74..0 CPSI 28.78 +29 434 10x 53 79 41 A D–63.6m 6o –2.24 –.95 +29 308 20ê 66 76 40 B C 34.46 –29 1.68 –63 10 6ê Amerprs 3.ò 88 66 70 A B–39..00 –28 9..91 –.30 –.74 –1.8 CoGnGeoV CGV 16. NASDAQ BLOCK TRADES (10.5 Cameron CAM 25.60 56 89 34 A E 74..000 1..0 EnbrEner 11 EEP 35.44 –1.7 PeabdyEn .50 –30 3.9 RPC 2.53 +73 428 8o 57 74 46 C D–29.00 –2.0 9505.58 +43 252 10o –. MANUFACTURES MUSCLE PAIN RELIEVERS.0 WeathIntl WFT 15...12 –..27 +36 1.8 7ContlResn CLR 29.65 –9 845 19o DollarFin r DLLR 11.6 81 71 61 B E 127 71 62 37 A C+76. 58.5 39 55 32 C D+40...89 –16 2..41 –80 11 11x 45 98 17 B E 95.8 HNP 19.44 –.6 StMaryLE ..6 68 67 57 B E 17. +28% Ann..6 98 98 77 B B 20.58 –1..82 12/01/06 1.8m 10o 31 12 45 C C+39.13 94 88 66 A B–29.23 –2 2. B+17.31 –4....7 ACI 20..50 –4.81 –..05 –28 18 6ê CrdSuis 4.5 97 99 87 A D 40.6 CASS 33.. Rating 92 EPS RS 98 ROE 33% 23.92 –54 2...26 –62 14 12k Acc/Dis ASup/Demand 94 IBD Composite Rating Earnings Per Share Growth Rating Relative Price Strength Rating Sales+Profit Margins+Return On Equity Accumulation/Distribution (last 3 mos) 52-wk Dividend Close Vol% Vol P Acc/Dis B+ Sup/Demand 89 IBD Composite Rating Earnings Per Share Growth Rating Relative Price Strength Rating Sales+Profit Margins+Return On Equity Accumulation/Distribution (last 3 mos) 52-wk Dividend Close Vol% Vol P 6 6 666 High Stock % Yield Symbl Price Chg Chg 1000 E 6 6 666 High Stock % Yield Symbl Price Chg Chg 1000 E 30 79 4 C E 38....77 –60 1.5 66 31 84 D B 44.5 Oceanrng OII 28.77 –.0 r APC 35.x 73 69 52 B C+66.....ò 5 6 28 E C 25.02 –3....9m 2o 31 41 24 B D 257 Petchina 5.9 Questar 1..4 DrilQuip r DRQ 24...07 –1.3 40 44 43 E B–27.40 –19 1.55 –27 863 30o 84 67 89 ..31 –1..80 –36 365 9o Evercore 4.0m 22ò 62 96 26 A E 67...0 78 76 47 B A–25.3 XTO 36... Ann..6m 10ê FinlFedl 3..9 OrmatTch ......79 –1..12 50 81 36 A E 33...90 –49 173 26ê 69 60 56 C C+30....0 70 67 60 B C+25.66 –36 555 11ò 99 81 94 C A 42.4 Geokinetic GOK 5.... E 46.ò 83 54 85 B D+47.72 93 93 70 A B 30..62 –1..67 –32 4....4 UIL 31.3 83 99 59 A E 20.57 –1.5 WTFC YadknVF 3..58 –46 440 6o Amerco r UHAL 41..69 –66 180 99x 57 82 39 A E 44.83 –2.35 +60 211 22k 76 54 82 C E 44.6 1743.0M Shares 99 Comp.2 10/10/08 103.70 –33 242 11k 75 35 85 D C 33.8 RDSB 55. Rating 74 EPS RS 99 ROE 12% 42. C+108 BPPrdh 14 BPT 82..7 44 20 71 C B–63.5 DresserR r DRC 22..06 –3..65 +5 545 36o 74 74 47 B E 52... 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EPS Gro PE 18 Avg.81 –2.. 16.5m 5o 82 81 65 A C+88.17 –.1m 12o –66 779 14x –19 5.55 +23 690 12ò 54 79 14 B E 96.03 –1.17 –1..22 –30 8..5m 16o –. NASDAQ Daily Trading Volume as % of NYSEDaily Volume 03/20/08 108.49 –1.32 31. NOVEMBER 6..55 21...2m 28o 51 40 47 B E 55.2 50 35 60 . 2008 INVESTORS.50 –23 3....93 +56 723 27o 96 57 98 C D+55.94 –19 20m 6o 33 75 7 B D–45..5 60 70 49 B E 29..4 SSL 26...3 29 4 37 D C+26....58 –.3 PCG 36.00 –.0 CNP 12.1 BuckeyeP 8.....5 NE .3m 3o 58 96 19 A D 50..0m 9o 98 93 73 A B 60.4 VLY WshTr 4..4% +3..8 74 67 56 B C+58..96 –47 506 11ò 67 98 38 A D+40. EPS Gro PE 12 Avg.4m 13o 76 69 73 C D–43.3 r WFC Wesbc 4.5 r AMPH 20.0 PennVA ..59 –.. 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E 36.9 72 81 35 A D+30.14 –1.36 30.46 –...6m 7o 78 88 53 A D+43...87 –50 471 11ò 46 74 26 C E 75.4 MGG 19.27 –50 1.6 EPB 18.0 92 70 92 A D+23...0m 4ò AmerExp 2.. 31.15 EPIQSys EPIQ 14.99 –1.91 –...9 CHEnergy 5.46 –1.6 88 74 87 D C+22..27 –1.81 Blckbaud 3.5 PinaclW 6...2 BerryPe 1...35 –15 30 14k 83 59 83 C D+32..4 MatrixSvc MTRX 11.8 JamesRivr JRCC 15.2m 20o 52 74 27 D E 34.1 PepcoHl 6.48 –..45 –...0 AllncRes 8.49 –46 66 16k –...2m 8ò 76 92 57 A E 85.4 SM .8 SU 24..63 –58 88 13ò 37 74 8 B D–69.05 –11 660 10ê 81 66 82 C D+49.5 IDA 26.96 –14 1.700 Debt 0% Last Qtr Eps +30%5 Prior Qtr +25%6 Last Qtr Sales +25% 7 Qtrs EPS ) 15% Eps Due 2/14 +70% Ann.20 42 91 19 A E 90. 31.2 CHK 24..95 –1... D–70...9 CA 16..72 –3.7 NatlFuel 3.11 66 89 43 B C+50.98 –1.0 67 72 66 A D–37.1 Scana 78 54 89 E D+23.57 –21 1.0 BreitBrn 18 BBEP 11.88 –14 3...50 –2.8 CdnSolar CSIQ 10.46 39 89 21 B E 119 ConslEng 1.22 39.8 9139.1% +1..6 WES 13..8 ETR EqtblRes 2....55 –43 470 17ê 98 58 96 B A 41...38 –..98 –26 2.74.34 +44 1.0 NatlGrid 5..7 36 63 19 B E 48.18 –1.17 –3.36 –73 484 5ê 78 27 96 D C+56.00 –46 150 11ò –1.4 Hornbeck HOS 24.3 ELRC 11.8 DVN 79.77 –1..6 r WABC WstnAllBc WAL WstpacBk 8.50 –18 670 9ò 77 65 75 C C+24...99 –..6 ComstckRes CRK 47.11 17....58 –30 1.17 +71 2.9 UGP 20.9 OKS 54.43 –1.51 46 74 28 B C 51..15 –9 235 8o 86 78 78 A E 35.5 WiscEngy 2.61 CmptrPr 5..33 BluCoat BCSI 12.1m 8o 56 30 55 B B–47.0 -53..8 SabnRylt 14 SBR 48.4 1750.0 -10...10 –1.53 –1.8 LNT 29..9 Willbros WG 15..32 –.7m 14ò –. Daily Vol 656.6m 4o –..40 –25 56 18k AmCpLtd29 r ACAS 14.36 –1.4 TricoM TRMA 8.0 55 98 2 A E 53.64 +35 303 20k 93 94 74 B D+32.1 BLKB 13.92 35.58 01/21/08 0.0m 9ê 58 85 33 B B+108 OYOGeo OYOG 29.4 SPSS SPSS 23.8 Cleco 4..0 68 75 61 A E 40. Its Banks-West/Southwest group ranked No.8 36 80 6 C E 107 85 58 72 B B 31.7 XEC 35...9 QuestSoft r QSFT 13..61 –..1 74 63 65 B E 73......8M Shares 99 Comp.0 Amerigas 8.93 32.19 –1.25 –.93 –21 7.1 Synopsys SNPS 17....98 –2. IBD’S RESEARCH TABLES Continued 52-wk Acc/Dis B+ Sup/Demand 69 PETMED EXPRESS INC (PETS) Group 71 o$17..8 T–3Engy TTES .78 –21 5...4 57 60 71 D B 79...0m 12o TOTAL Wed Tue 585 1413 2060 2611 3109 3756 5287 614 1519 2262 2794 3332 4021 5448 -29 -105 -201 -183 -222 -264 -161 Chg S&P500 Dow Jones Ind.3 CNS 16..39 –3 240 10ò 36 82 32 D D 57.77 Micrsft 2.47 –39 779 15o 95 58 93 B A–37..5 Vocus VOCS ..53 –2.39 –1.2m 13ò 81 36 80 C B–23..31 –39 1.37 –3 61 9ê 54 26 80 . BONE MARROW AND OTHER CANCERS..4 88 57 95 B B–93..7 PionSwE 14 PSE 14.49 +12 1......11 –44 50 10k 70 98 45 B D–42.07 –12 92 9o 56 94 21 A C+84.8 SeacorHldg CKH 66.70 72 99 42 A C+63.54 –1...4 37 40 37 B E 27.4m 99ò 95 84 73 A B–87.18 –1.6 LinnEngy 16 r LINE 15.6 SoleraHdn SLH 24.8m 7o CashAmer ...01 –1. 12.2 MRO 29.71 –1.75 GENTIVA HEALTH SVCS INC (GTIV) Group 3 o$25.08 –..82 +17 3.01 –1.1 FE 53.1m 13o 84 86 45 B B–46..24 –..1 SXL 47.33 71 89 52 A D–109 CdnNtRe .35 –.77 –22 47 15k 72 72 44 A D–30.3m 13o BrdrdgF 2.06 –12 2.64 65 92 24 A B 76.42+176 9.33 +83 234 12k 69 95 38 A D 88.0m 12ò –..6 CS 33.5m 11o –20 3...0 AlliaHld 7.7 Nexen 1.10 +23 130 18ê 41 26 60 C E 22.4 -37.31 –25 3.3 r ESV 37. Rating 80 EPS RS 95 ROE 28% 8.51 –40 754 9k 57 39 58 C D–45. 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Rating 93 EPS RS 98 ROE 12% 25.95 87 82 92 ..9m 9o 58 53 88 ..3m 13o –.4 XEL 17..31+228 950 10ê 79 65 92 D E 38.89 –3.24 +4 117 .2 r HOC 18.8 BakrHugh 1..2 Unit Corp UNT 34.7 59 37 81 B C 16...46 –17 2.83 94 92 82 A B+104 Chevron 3.94 –4.17 –20 323 15k 92 85 81 A C+37.7 SuburbP 9 SPH 34.6 Petrobrs ..6 BWP 24.4 SJW 26.22 –2 4.31 –19 16m 6o –5..34 10/06/08 2.....39 –..40 –18 53 4ê 66 53 80 D C+54.2m 12ê 71 53 73 C D 28..6 WGL 30.0 ProgSftw PRGS 23.3 ProgrsEn 6.5 AmElcPwr 5.7 UltimtStwr r ULTI 14...5 GreenHtrn GRH 8.88+108 69m 6o –3.50 –37 40 .5m 4ò –32 943 12o –1 1.6m 16o 45 73 13 A ...20 –.53 +49 865 26ê –...02 7..9m 21o –2.55 +..2 94 91 71 A B–40..54 CAInc ..2 Marathn 3.0 FirstEgy 4.6 PrecDril 11 PDS 11.3 EnergyCnv ENER 39.7 MasseyEn 1..000 9..59 +32 1.6 EncoreAcq r EAC 30.. EPS Gro PE 18 Avg.2 -24.37 –1....27 –.99 –.20 33 61 23 A E 34.3 Whiting 38 WHX 16.2 PionrNtr 1..6m 5o 42 82 21 A E 82...8 UILHldg 5.4 -308. 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SUNSCREENS.64 –49 1..35 –.5m 6o 68 96 55 A D–33.44 –1.8 -98.26 –46 275 37k 60 73 43 A D 75....83 –53 586 5k 53 73 27 A D–29.61 +.04 –75 34 13ê –1.000 SHARES OR MORE) 09/01/08 0. 26.3 UGI 23.4 EnbrEM EEQ 34..7m 6o 43 55 22 A C+65..41 –3..6 InterOil IOC 14... 5287 5448 -161 -16.00 98 Comp..95 +2 280 9o 16 4 40 .9 YAVY ZionBcp 3.9 BuckGP 7.6 GulfIsl 2.8 PlainAl 8..51 –33 994 12o 92 47 95 B B–52.9m ..31 –29 5..93 26 51 12 A E 68.4 Sunoco 3.56 –3 470 18o 94 64 88 C C+53.53 –.3m 14o 90 82 88 D E 23.1m 44o 51 89 21 A D–83.....07 –2.70 94 99 82 A C+83.. 12.5 WCBO WAmB 2.8 51 89 9 A E 30..56 –.16 –25 1.9 r COF 38.0 9450..76 –20 82 23ê 67 47 66 B D 49.37 +71 826 11k 21 33 8 C E 35.3 TAC 20.9m 5o 45 71 27 A D–50...5 McmornExp MMR 13...8 BPL 39.35 –2.02 +28 179 21ê –1..01 –27 2..9 TransCda 3.23 –65 59 3x 88 85 78 B B+43.14 20.9 UGI 95 88 66 B D–18.7 r SLB 50.41 80 33 89 B B 38.42 2..51+156 7..3 71 57 55 A D+45.6 .43 –35 5.9 IntgrysE 5.88 –1.ê +1..87 –37 9.0m 6o 72 96 42 A D+74.2 OKE 30....4 ExterranH EXH 22.3m 4ò 83 98 48 A C+102 UltraPt UPL 47.46 –36 980 6o 39 1 71 ..92 –3.8 WmsCo 2.38 +40 90 ..5 ATO 23.14 –57 275 10ò –.04 –56 48 13ê 91 96 78 A C+144 EOGRes ..88 +27 7.0 MagMds 8.70 –22 823 6o AlliancDta r ADS 51.9 r FTO 12..10 –2.4 RRC 40.28 –.01 –53 512 14ò –.1 r ECA 51.75 –.5m 8o –2.1M Shares 99 Comp.06 +30 1.7 -278.....56 –...52 54 89 28 B D–60.49 –1.04 –35 3.73 –.3 TotalSA 5.900 Debt 19% Last Qtr Eps +76%6 Prior Qtr +122%5 Last Qtr Sales +31% 4 Qtrs EPS ) 15% Eps Due 2/1 +29% Ann....18 07/04/08 21.5 MVOilTr MVO 12...37 –2..7m 9o –3.52 Athenahltn ATHN 28.69 +20 392 5o 43 87 21 A E 55.48 –15 665 16o Blackst 13 r BX 8.82 –61 533 5ê –1...94 –.51 –.8 Lubrizol 3..

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C+ 145 H–RegBk RKH +4 10m 6o –27 365 11ê –76 196 4o –39 28 29ê –36 1.4 AspenIns 2.7 CogentC CCOI 10 45 12 E 27.47 +3.0 o 99 99 99 99 99 98 97 96 96 SMARTSELECT ® COMPOSITE RATING EARNINGS PER SHARE RELATIVE PRICE STRENGTH INDUSTRY GROUP RELATIVE STRENGTH SALES+PROFIT MARGINS+ROE ACCUMULATION/DISTRIBUTION 52-wk Stock & Close Vol% Vol Dvd Price Chg Chg 1000 Yld 6 6 6666 High Symbol STOCKS DOWN 95 85 80 A B B+ 133 Atrion 95 72 76 A B A– 118 BioRadB IBD Composite Rating Earnings Per Share Growth Rating Relative Price Strength Rating Sales+Profit Margins+Return On Equity Accumulation/Distribution (last 3 mos) 52-wk Dividend Close Vol% Vol P 6 6 666 High Stock % Yield Symbl Price Chg Chg 1000 E 72 82 53 A E 56.18 –1.02 –47 1.6 CubistPhr CBST 25.59 -0.0 HrtlndEx .k 34.69 -1.18 -0.59 ConAgra 4.76–15.0 ê 57 13 88 A C D– 18.61 8 3.1 IPCC LandAm 2.18 –39 1. k 76 55 73 A C E 449 WescoFncl WSC 315.4m 3ò 80 34 90 C B 21.6 r IVZ 14.14 +21 504 7ê –9 487 14ê +53 1.49 EmbtldB 1.6m 7ò 86 50 91 B B 31.1 r LUV 11.17 DeanFds DF 16..23 -0.6 MedcoHlth MHS 41.1 MerrlLyn 7.07 –1.1m 1.04 –.14 –.97 +.88 –1. .66 -30 7. Industry Group Strength and Sales+Profit Margins+ROE.8 UnivTruck r UACL 15.97 –1.09 Stock 11. 43.71 –.24 -1.40 +21 399 5o 66 24 92 E B 50.6 o 3890–60.90 -0.1m 13o –1.1 46 13 65 B C+50.72 -59 4.57 –25 1.30 –8 4.7 MKC 32.6 HTLD 14.9 PrtcLife PL 27.7m 4o –48 811 5ò –6 1.24 -0.50 –43 5.01 Perdigao PDA 31. with 99 the best.4 2.9 CleanEn n 13 15 20 D 17.1m 5.46 –48 609 12ê 93 86 89 C A–22.0 SunstnHtl SHO 19.80 -0.57 –31 830 12o 64 79 52 C D 25.53 +46 1.4 GAMCO .79 +6 1.37 0.9 BPZRes 12 18 29 D.8 Wabtec .3 r FAF 20.4 r LSTR 35.8 Nomura 3.08 –12 786 3o –1.5 Hovnanian 12 8 36 E 80.76 –.1 Corning 1.38+622 2.7 52 57 60 B E 66.0 FrstBkMI FBMI 10.3 ImageSnsg ISNS 10. o 65 82 37 C+ A C+ 50. 5 24 1 E RISKIER 5 24 9 E BUY 5 24 11 E 6 5 32 E 6 7 9C $50 6 10 12 C 6 10 25 E 6 12 8 E CHART BASE $40 6 14 5 D6 15 16 E 6 24 5 E ›Do buy in a more proper 6 24 35 E price area: 6 26 21 E 6 31 19 D6 39 6 E 6 46 2 E BUY AREA 7 1 4D $52 7 3 15 B $50 7 6 7 E 7 6 7E STOCK DO’S AND DON’TS $40 23.62 -1 7.24 0 567 9o 99 87 85 B C+85.67 -11 6.7 FFH 296.09 -12 9.13 -0.o 11.8 34 52 27 C D+20.7 r NYM OdyssyRe .19 –1.28 -0. 56.2 99 93 99 A B+42.12 –34 279 17o 4 19 10 D D–163 StdntLn 13 STU 43.8 41 21 41 C C 31.51 -1.75 –11 2.9 LPS 21.28 –2.44 –2.32 –1. 29..32 +35 2.29 –.51 28 8.96 –1.57 –1.9 r MTSC 32.9 TSN 8.5 AlbnyInt 85 79 72 B C+46.3 Embraer ERJ 10.3 ICICI Bk 12 34 22 C 32.5 81 49 89 D B+30. o 11 4 6 A+ E E 44.04 –1.2 EagleBn EGBN 7.8 r AXS 26.9m 9o 82 13 97 D B+28.6 ProvEngy 17.96 –36 50 14k 64 35 59 B C 20.02 -47 11.2 k BIOB 80.26+119 5.96 -0.3 ColonlPty CLP 30.5 Dynamex r DDMX 24.1 Strattec STRT 27.08 –36 620 6ê 28 19 34 C D–19.8 YRCWrldW 12.46 -0.4 Flow Intl FLOW 28.9 87 88 60 A C+23.4m 14o 88 57 90 B B–21.86 –1.9 71 43 70 C B 554 79 59 88 C D–36.31 –12 351 26o 80 55 76 B C+21.9 r PBG 23..11 -59 11.9 EXPD 34.0 49 62 60 C D 51.97 -65 6.81 79 80 61 A D–87.77 –98 0.05 –.4 r PLT 13. 7stockshave EPSand RSratingsof 80ormoreandwere IPOsin thelast eightyears.77 –3.73 SaraLee 4.33 -0.98 –.2m 14o 46 50 29 B B 40.39 -49 11.6 o 66.11 –..1 CITGrp 32.. 42.52 J&JSnack 1. SmartSelect Composite Rating combines all five SmartSelect Ratings.67 –26 3.32 -34 4.30 -0.20 80 93 53 B D+38.3 .15 -62 9.00 11.10 -0.03 -47 4.7m 16o –24 3.37 +54 7.46 53 19.7 AxsysTech AXYS .5 McGthR 3.9 IvanhoMn 64.7 o 62.25 20 6.56 –28 252 16o 91 56 87 B B–20.7–16.66 -1. to 100% or greater profits ›Investigate before you invest.51 –17 3.39 -31 9.9 Greenhill r GHL 90 74 88 B+ C B 102 PublicStg PSA 90 38 97 A+ B B 199 ArdenGpA ARDNA 89 97 43 A– A D 359 IntSurg ISRG 88 97 56 B– A C 320 MastrCd MA 87 53 88 A C C 149972 BrkHaA BRKA 83 96 45 C A B– 747 Google GOOG 83 43 88 A C B 108 M&TBnk MTB 82 53 87 A C D– 5059 BerkHaB BRKB 79 71 88 D+ A D 82.8 Waters 90 57 88 B B+68.90 +1.07 –1.57 –41 16m 1.21 –49 64 14k 49 78 35 A E 32.15 –43 194 36ê 81 73 68 B D+32.5 r AFL 45.0 –9. Investor’s Business Daily.01 -6 8.0 HrtldPay 2.5 90 68 72 A D–37.7 Brunswck 25.6 OB Partnrre 2.47 –3.35 –1.5 ElecArts 15 20 21 B 14.21 –14 340 6ê 17..83 -2.64 -16 4.45 –24 70 10x 96 33 96 A B+355 FairfxF 1.1 ACE 52.98 -0.02 –5 7.47 0. 67 A .48 +43 154 23ò 88 46 88 B B 69.7 KYO 58.8 Lamar Ad 13 70 5 E 16.45 -10 8.57 –8.6 TRWAuto 12 4 10 D 69.1 MobileMini MINI 14.88 –.96 r PLXS 18.15 –1.5 o 87.52 -0.76 –1.95 –4.0 NetSuite n N 9 19 11 E 35.79 –.7 DCT Indl DCT 85.1m 20o 63 42 62 B D 57.75 -0.55 –.5 ElecSci 55.28 –36 11m 15o 72 88 56 B E 62.9 83 54 85 B B–31.5 CCH 15.5 Greenbri 4.37 –7.3 CNW 30.1–31.7m 13o –61 11 13ê –77 14 12ê –3 1.7 ParkElc 1.2 Littelfuse LFUS 18.16 –3.84 +12 226 .4m 5. ê 84 71 77 A B D– 13.2 SmithfldF SFD 71.83 –30 442 15o 93 93 84 A B–39.9 CINF 26.90 –.2m 8ò 319.68 ATRI 96.8m .24 –.24 +62 1.62 –62 83 15ê 90 89 82 B E 44.8 WernrE 1. IBD TIMESAVER TABLE Combined summary of key price action for NYSE & Nasdaq highest-rated stocks..1m .15 -0.1 MerrlLyn MER 13.6 76 26 78 B B+33.5m 16o 48 57 56 C E 100 Kyocera 1.81 +56 117 12ê 48 33 53 D D–132 EnstarGp ESGR 71.52 –.9 LM 19. This proprietary investing tool combines IBD’s company ratings IBD’s NYSE + Nasdaq Research Tables give you an innovative and powerful view of the market.26 –44 23 5k 34 45 22 B C+22.22 –1..88 +1.02 –.5 TsakosE 7.57 –. Codes: .5 WescoIntl 85 85 69 B B+68.41 -25 9.48 –1.15 +39 1.8 Fiserv r FISV 34.00 –56 280 7ê 73 66 46 B B 25.1 OldDomFrt ODFL 26.96 –2.75 +2.73 –15 307 13ê 73 42 84 C B 28.4 InvTech ITG 20.5 FPICIns FPIC 43.6 73 25 82 B B–84.2 PrceTR 2.14 –36 825 22ê 75 52 62 B B+25.4 TempleInl 22.03 24 3.22 –1.26 –37 978 27o 61 54 47 B C+55.4–34.20 –61 850 .70 -0.3 UL 23.33 -38 7.5 r HIG HorMan 5.6 WstnUn .73 +9 966 6.5 BldLyB 6.6m .9 BarrettBl BBG 22..81 -0.38 –32 2.17 –29 4.0 ChesEngy CHK 24.23 –8. Earnings Per Share (EPS) Rating compares a company’s last two quarters and last 3-5 years of profit growth with all other companies.4 PUK RLI 1. 27.49.6 BirnrDntl r BDMS 13.3 Savvis 12 17 34 D.3 AFCEntps AFCE 30..3 Modine 16.75 -12 6.5 SWSGrp 2.2 LibMCapA LCAPA 8 25 21 E 58.com/eIBDtrial ›Do learn when to take 20% © 2008 Investor’s Business Daily.3 Pamrapo PBCI 9.0m 14ò 68 87 69 D C+24.3 Plantron 1. ê 59 97 A B A– 27.3 II–VI ITRI 51.5 HorsehdH n 16.22 -15 4.0 ACELtd 2.1 VeriFone PAY 11.14 -0.5 NasdaqOMX NDAQ 32.11 –9 427 6o 69 40 46 A B 36.64 217.47 0 11m .3–17.1 FEI FEIC 20.8 r LFG LifePtn .72 +26 4.6 MTSSys 1.3 r WU 15.98 –.29 –32 562 8ê 63 93 41 B E 56.26 -1.4 JNS 10.5 Blyth BTH 11 21 22 E 29.0 FedMogul FDML 11 30 2 D.00 –46 23 .05 -0.75 +12 2.03 -0.28.8 EmployH 1.40 –2.1 6.2 Plexus 3.39 –1.8m 10o 81 79 78 B D–45.8 ColonlBnk r COBK 9.2 LFC 39.77 –21 252 .52 -0.47 –2.30 -42 3.5 Aktslsk 26 TRMD 16.5 GlimchRlty GRT 26.7 r CTS 6.62 -0.7m 12o 82 84 86 C E 32. Growthstocks arehighlyspeculative.51 –45 136 11ê 63 52 52 B B 76.4 SavientPh 33..97 -0.33 -1.00 +1.25 +1..9 ThomasBett r TNB 24.0 PhnxCos 12 19 49 E 33.9 DiamRkHos DRH 29..71 –8.10.08 0.32 +30 453 14ê 68 24 72 C B+42.54 –1.7 Kirby Corp KEX .0m .56 –29 2..98 –21 3.19 –1.4m 9ê 57 64 19 C C+30.22–14.1 55 68 59 C E 43.6 WDR 13.1 LNC LoewsC .62 –1.3 56 87 14 A B 145 HNT RGS MGM FCX TRW XL ENOC HOV KALU RWT HW SVVS BPZ PNX CVC XPRT NSANY SAH WY CX IBN M SA PODD YSI VMED CLNE PRKR AFFX KND SNDK UDRL PLLL SGR LAMR EPL DM CTX RZ NYT GY CBK AGYS TX OREX AVID ERTS BGP DDR ESLR 52-wk Dividend Close Vol% Vol P Vol% Vol P Chg 1000 E 6 6 666 High Stock % Yield Symbl Price Chg Chg 1000 E –37 131 6o –1 968 16ê –10 211 25ê –33 410 12ò –7 5..61 –17 2.24 –.56 -46 5.0 PEP 57. moving avg.32 21 10. from 1-99.8 CCE 10.47 -22 7.1 ê 54 89 28 D+ B D– 60.17 101 6.9 WBD .8 GlblCrsg GLBC 18.2 Danaher .0 AssrdGty 1.3 DianaSh 17 DSX 17.89 0.20 +16 341 38ê 54.1 73 72 90 B E 26.06 –3.28 -71 26.18 -1 5.9 QualtySys QSII 42.72 –19 103 6ê 44 42 34 A D–38.5 91 63 87 B C+35.00 –46 23 15k .1m 15ò 55 55 69 C C 31.00 +.51 –1.7 90 74 76 A E 79.75 –1.2 FFG 15. Sorted by Composite Rating.30 –5.77 -23 7.0 Weyerhaus 12 31 8 E 32.7 NYSEEur 4.3 MorgHtl 43.3 MediaGenA MEG 8 3 17 D 15.34 –1.15 –5.17 -0. The lowest-rated companies typically lag the general market indexes.37 +99 313 10 x –13 2.17 –2.29 –1.33+151 4.55 -45 5.8 96 75 96 B D 72. Remaining stocks in a sector are listed alphabetically.53 –1.4 Sandrdgen SD 12.1m 1.1m 18o 48 74 22 C E 37. 2008 IBD Research Tables & Ratings: Powerful Tools You Won’t Find Anywhere Else IBD’s Bottom 200 Composite Stocks Only IBD gives you SmartSelect Ratings to tell you which stocks out of thousands are the best performers.58 –1..8 TeekLNG 12 TGP 17.9 o –9 2.29 -57 5.49 –7.73 CocaClEn 2.5 13 ê 37 74 8 D+ B D– 69.64+144 16m 19o 15.59 –8 1.2m 17o –23 348 11o +19 830 6ò –36 541 6o –38 7.64 -42 7.38 –85 5 .3m . k 66.5 HercOffsh HERO 8 20 5 D.49 -1.7 V .2 Landstar .20 -0.57 –.9 ERIE 36.85 –6 2.5 CVGW CmpblSp 2.50 +16 128 8ê 65 88 36 A E 106 Itron Inc –.07 +357 40 9 ê 28 24 25 A D D+ 26.53 –35 4.82 -56 15.8 KaiserAl 12 9 15 D.99 -2 7.3m 1.18 99 90 98 B B 79.0 SunPwrB SPWRB 45 17 58 B+ B D+ 108 VorndRlty VNO 42 91 20 D– B E 161 Unibanco UBB 42 33 51 B+ B D– 113 BostonPpts BXP 41 73 15 D– A D+ 164 SunPowrA SPWRA 37 74 25 E B C 175 POSCO PKX 35 90 8 E A E 104 ArcelrMt r MT 35 52 30 D– B D 126 Shinhan SHG 31 41 24 C– B D 257 Petchina PTR 28 50 21 C+ B E 241 GldmSch r GS .o 62 29 56 B B 51.0m 14o 88 82 83 B C+40.7 ORI OneBeac 6.3 WestwdH 3.2m 7ò 90 93 88 A C+60.39 -40 4.95 –1.5 JBHT 26.4 ZNT 24.6m 27o –24 934 17ò –43 535 8ò –60 69 .1 Varian –.63 GenMills 2.35 11 5.50 –29 10m 18o 70 82 34 A D 86. 33..3 HuntJB 1.16 McCorm 2.9 90 59 88 B B 66.75 –.94 +.34 +.5 5.5 DonglA 2.96 –.1m 5.7 DMND .65 157.3 38 25 54 D E 23.84 100 4.8 98 66 97 B A–74.00 –68 2 .35 –28 60 4k 25.8 Vishay VSH 11...2 MultFnElc MFLX 11.25 -0.89 +6 31 8.94 –18 422 10ê 31.38 –65 98 50o 30 39 36 C D–39.7 r CNI 43.97 –.57 -27 3.ê 42 45 21 B C+49.8 DelphiFn 2.58 HansenNat r HANS 24.8 UN 24..2 Ball 74 60 82 C D 29.34 -0.00 -1. o 78.23 48 71 54 D C 20.33 -15 13.50 –1.7 HWCC 12.26 –1.2 64 36 64 B B–37.54 -0.06 –1.4 ArmstrW AWI 19.2 97 75 96 A B–40.83 -0.1 DRYS .8 UnionPac 1.98 -0.0 WaddllR 5.13 –32 118 12k 62 83 23 A B 92.09 –.00 Ralcorp RAH 64.2 THG Harlysvl 3.6 Amerisfe AMSF 15.32 61.6 25 54 25 C E 27.64 Unilever 4.9 GloblPay .43 –2.83 –2.93 51 22 56 D B–46..72 +14 203 30ê 59 80 53 A E 72.5 MFC Markel MKL MarshM 3.8 r PFG Proassrnce r PRA Progresv 1.1 GldstnC 14 GLAD 11.63 20 23 23 B C+21.19 –36 131 13ê 36 75 47 .82 -0.27 60 10.05 –3.3 GilatSatNet DDS LPX S MGA BC AWC TIN MHGC TRMA SKS OMX FOR JAVA BYD DPZ TEN VCI ZINC HSNI HTCH GLNG EK MPG MOT NG AA PVX PSUN AEG SIG SRZ FCL WGO TSN GM MLNK ESIO FCEA YRCW BZH GLBL AAV GCI MOD IVN OEH SVNT CIT CBL GILT 4.0 +9.84 –2.8 EaglRkE EROC 63.76 -33 17.77 -42 6.44 –.27.4 Chubb 2.85 –16 37 15ê 50 98 13 A D–84.9 x 80 98 39 A– B D 52. avoids possible greater losses Take a FREE trial & tour on www.4 NFS NavigGrp NAVG NYMGIC 1.9m .33 12.8 FBLFncl 3. o 57 99 A A A+ NH Questcor r QCOR 8.24 62 5.9 Insulet n 13 4 40 E 13.09 -66 19.66 –.01 13 5.7 .5 Allstate 5.74 –1.86 –5 1.2 RTI Intl RTI 10 64 5 E 53. 99 A .01 –30 126 8ò 86 57 95 D B 22.1m .57 +.47 –7.78 –1.03 –1.96 -0.63 –.66 28 7.16 –5 877 5o 59. k 71.0 PacSunwr 20.2 CndaPac 1.08 –1.34 –44 723 7o 19.9 NCIInc NCIT 25.5 61 72 63 D D+28.6m 15ò 98 46 99 B A 43.3 STFC StewInfo 5.87 –54 642 13x 30 43 11 C D–80.0 31 57 4 C C 98.71 35.0 43 24 54 E B–17.8 Libbey LBY 8 24 12 E 25.5 Affymetrix 13 30 23 E 33.3 KindredHl 13 31 21 D.80 –17 904 5.06 +18 135 .35 -0.3m 13ò 25 49 24 D D–26.85 –29 47 5. Boldfacedstocksareup1 pointor moreor ata newhighin price. 12.92 –29 180 29ê 33 52 37 C D–39.36 +3 32 2.2 Aegon NV 37.5+12.23 -4 12.13 –1.5m 26o 45 60 46 B E 104 ChinaLfe 2.6 Clearwire CLWR 6.23 Lance 3.1 MeasSpcl MEAS 10.14.28 -0.59 -15 6.8 Seaspan 16 SSW 11.6 o 90.2m .48 -2..59 –.52 –8.0m .29 –.71 -0.35 –31 87 14o 84 51 95 C B+26.1m 11ê 89 80 77 A C+58. 32.2 RGAB RenaisRe 2.38 -1.74 –2.30 -40 6.7 Amrep AXR 33.9 ò –67 0.0 NthnStFn NSFC 7. -50=50% less.28 –. TRANSPORT IBD Composite Rating Earnings Per Share Growth Rating Relative Price Strength Rating Sales+Profit Margins+Return On Equity Accumulation/Distribution (last 3 mos) –20 3.85 –3.80 –1.12 –.88 –7.3 CatalystH CHSI 19.81 –70 65 1. 41.97 0. A 90 rating means its earnings outperformed 90% of all companies’.4 IPGPhot r IIVI 26. 33.8m 26ò 97 86 92 A B+67.20 –2.6 SeabrGld 13 3 10 D.18 –28 3.49 –2.9 Citigrp C 21.95 -59 4.08 –.57 –7 766 11ê 38 26 54 E D+44.6 Macys 12 34 25 E 37.36 –3..94 -2 4.88 –1.01 –2.28 36 39 6 C C+107 ChinaEA CEA 13.23 –1.45 -53 7 21 22 D.84 42 88 23 B E 75.7 UnionDrll 13 51 4 E 23.2–24.56 –1..33 +80 501 14ê 35.88 -42 4.4 ê 72.2 Genwth GNW 8 22 4 D.04 –11 1.7 FdtnCoal 24.2 MGMMirge 11 55 8 E 127.5 FurnBrnd FBN 8 6 14 B 13. Youmust alwaysanalyze astock’s dailyand weeklychart toseeif the stockisin a properbase ornear asound buypoint andnotextended in pricetoofar aboveacorrect base.67 –1.9–26.8 52 66 36 B C 66.0m 1o 91 45 94 B B+25.3 32 13 45 E B–50.ê 80 74 65 B E 59.54.00 -0.44 +.6 Ryder 2.9 AXA 7.08 +1.72 24.7m 3o 74 44 92 C D 31.9 IntrctBrkn r IBKR 21.34 –9 11m 24o 56 65 15 A D 38.61.74 -9 7.0 ExcelMar 7.4 LizClaib LIZ 10 36 9 E 19. Underlinedstocksaredown 1point ormoreorata newpricelow.0 KnightT 15 VLCCF 17.53 –2 243 9o 13.28 -20 33.com IBD’S RESEARCH TABLES Continued IBD Composite Rating Earnings Per Share Growth Rating Relative Price Strength Rating Sales+Profit Margins+Return On Equity Accumulation/Distribution (last 3 mos) IBD Composite Rating Earnings Per Share Growth Rating Relative Price Strength Rating Sales+Profit Margins+Return On Equity Accumulation/Distribution (last 3 mos) Dividend Close Vol% Vol P 52-wk Dividend Close Vol% Vol P 52-wk Dividend Close % Yield Symbl Price Chg Chg 1000 E 6 6 666 High Stock % Yield Symbl Price Chg Chg 1000 E 6 6 666 High Stock % Yield Symbl Price Chg –1.04 -0.38 -48 13.26 –1.85 -0.0 WSH ZenithNt 6.56 –.33 0.1 ê 79.3 ParkNatl PRK 77 37 88 B+ B B– 431 Alexanders ALX 75 79 46 B+ B C+ 115 AvalonBay r AVB 75 78 50 B– A C+ 714 CMEGrp r CME 75 74 58 D– A B 317 FstSolar FSLR 74 45 56 A B B– 1875 Seaboard SEB 72 94 47 D A D 202 AppleInc AAPL 71 43 70 A C B 554 Markel MKL 68 80 53 C– A D– 97.08 -40 6.34 –1 479 7ò 23 8 46 E D–18. The list appears each Thursday and shows the companies with the highest Composite Ratings.25 –8.1 o 55.90 -2.2 Dominos 33.2 Parkervisn 13 24 9 E 25.6 Gannett 24.5 Teche TSH 31.3m 2.41 -0.9–14.6 FMX 27.58 23 28.71 +20 391 9ê 14.5 r DFG 16.ê +56 1.92 -1.0 MolxA 4.8 r PAS 19.3 83 86 73 C .95 –.1 Allegiant –2.63 -0.78 +4 39 8ê 95 85 92 B B 47..8 Winmark WINA 16.9–14.5 ArrowElec r ARW 17.25 +..72 –1.2 AracrzCel ARA 9 29 18 D.50.01 -52 13.06 –.36 –32 223 .8m 7o 11.28 69 3.26 –1..1 ARBest 2.18 -0.86 –40 442 3.50 22 5.63 FrshDelM FDP 19.0m .3 r MXGL MercuryG 5.9m .7 73 13 84 D A–29.77 –.5 o 89 78 70 A+ A E 44.33 –3.0 CTS 1.28 +44 109 8k 75 54 61 C B 29.2 ê 19 8 16 A D D– 136 IcahnEnt IEP 35.0m 14o –46 1. Accumulation/Distribution.8m 12o 87 53 87 B C+80.9 r GHL 61.90 –.88 +43 552 8ê 24 37 18 C D 60.99 +1.0 Perknelm 1.82 +34 2.40 SandrFa1.9 APSG 17.0 LasVgSnds LVS 11 30 14 D.01 –70 0.26 -42 6.0 BWINB 16.30 -0.2 PinnclEnt PNK 10 24 19 E 40..77 -12 3.21 -0..0 72 36 94 C C 51.ê 13.4 NamTai NTE 31. INSURANCE 12.53 +1 128 17ê 19. IBD.123.07 -0.93 -21 20.00 –2.34 -44 9.30 –7 29 16k 78 94 56 A C+61..9 40 57 26 C C 100 25 52 28 D E 32.2 BrwnBrn 1.59 +62 649 7ê 10.88+108 69m 1.63 +10 3.29.12 +60 1.7 r UFCS Unitrin 9 UTR UnvAmr r UAM UnmGrp 1.41 +2.06 +29 401 .77 -32 4.31 –.2 ElbitSy 1.62 -0. or on the road anywhere in the world Search by keyword or ticker symbol to instantly find information on your stocks Click directly to your favorite sections Adjust the viewing size for easy reading 10-wk.75 –1.1 Minefnd MFN 11 4 6 E 44.40 +31 34 .0 Masco MAS 8 10 23 C+ 46.29 -65 9.57 0.0m 19o 90 80 84 B B 32.23 TreeHseFd THS 28.6 Hospira HSP 30.1 SEI .6 Makita MKTAY 21.32 -0.65 IPGP 12.5 r MGRC 22.97 +26 185 18ê 20.25 -0..70 –2.05 -17 11. At the top of each sector are up to 10 stocks with exceptional earnings and other fundamentals as well as market-leading price performance.0 86 61 61 A C+27.10 +29 640 5o 46 67 39 .5 Coherentn COHR 24.7 PortRec PRAA 33.2 r OSG 41.88 27.43 –11 1.0m 12o –20 6.0 HealthNet 11 40 17 E 32.45 –21 2.x –9 139 6ê –43 1..1 r MRH NatIntst 1.2 AIZ 25.8m 3..9 TRH Travele 3.15 -10 9.4 MSCIIncn MXB 16.6 Cemex 12 31 14 C+ 74..55 0.47 –48 22 15ê 47.51 –35 985 8ê 66 74 48 A D–28.77 +87 2.17 –.42 –25 59 .3 ChinaSecn CSR 9.2 AUO 7.54 –1. o .9 ShipFin 14 SFL 15.1 TeekTnk 29 TNK 10..97 GWR 32.56 -1. o 33 96 A A B+ 355 FairfxFnl FFH 296.70 –7. Inc.97 0.8 r RLI RinsGpA .47 –63 2.1 15 27 15 C D–32.33 –1..55 –1.12 +1.18 -25 30.2 Cadence CDNS 60.2 69 94 44 B D+55.75 –1.31 -47 6.42 -28 6.18 –1.64 –17 1.6 SanDisk 13 46 12 E 22. IBD’s single most useful fundamental and technical gauge.68 -0. o 1121 – 164 –30 1 0.56 -12 14. The biggest winning stocks typically come from the strongest sectors.37 -0. The Composite Rating is IBD’s most powerful analytical gauge.27 –19 350 .57 -0.41 –.5m 15o 74 88 49 A D–81.28 DrPepSnn DPS 22.1 HMN ING 18 ING IPCHldgs 4.1 Macerich MAC 26.96 –6 29 .3 18 56 6 C E 45.88 –1.70 +1.60 -27 5. Sales + Profit Margins + ROE Rating combines recent sales growth.6 BMS 15.2 r AXB 29..43 –22 349 17ê 52 82 23 A D 42.45 –1.2 ErieIndt 4.67 –.7 ê 336.00 +3 4 10 ê 22 10 68 E E C 49.43 -39 16.3m 6o –21 3.2 Nissan 12 22 8 C+ 25.0 GuangRy 3.7 85 55 86 C B+49.5 GenCorp 14 22 15 D.7 r CB 48.9 AZ 8.62 +58 130 11ê 17.8 Borders 15 23 6 D.3 Avnet AVT 16. ê 68 96 55 E A D– 33.03 –1.4m 7o 85 94 50 A D–22.9 LazardL 1.02 –1.74 –30 17 .2 PiperJaff r PJC 38.1 r CPO 26.34 –46 774 6x 38.o 60 24 87 E B 45.16 –46 255 10k 42 60 11 B D 37.8 r RE 69.65 7 12.82.61 –.25 -39 10.5 AdvEngy 41.o 66 56 61 B C 26.93 –15 2. o 90 82 A– C C+ 54.37 51 42 60 C C+104 Fedex .2–18.85 –26 903 10ê 36 70 25 C C+34.7 TechCmco TCK 11 3 28 B.0 NGPCap 13 NGPC 11.5m 5.6m 9o 31.13 –1.32 –1.9 +7.05 18 17. SmartSelect® Composite Rating SmartSelect® Composite Rating SmartSelect® Composite Rating SmartSelect® Composite Rating E E E E Closingî Vol% P R Acc 52-Wk Closingî Vol% P R Acc 52-Wk Closingî Vol% P R Acc 52-Wk Closingî Vol% P R Acc 52-Wk Symbol Price Chg Chg 6 S S Dis Hi Stock Symbol Price Chg Chg 6 S S Dis Hi Stock Symbol Price Chg Chg 6 S S Dis Hi Stock Symbol Price Chg Chg 6 S S Dis Hi Stock 1 2 9E 1 4 8E 1 14 15 E 1 19 22 E 1 22 3 E 1 22 7 E 2 18 9 D2 24 7 E 3 6 6E 3 6 16 D3 12 8 D 3 16 9 D 3 18 10 E 3 24 7 C 3 27 14 E 3 29 2 D+ 3 30 15 E 3 38 4 E 4 4 9E 4 6 16 D4 9 8E 4 12 27 E 4 15 2 E 4 21 18 E 4 33 12 D4 57 9 E 5 4 36 E ›Do not buy stocks up over 5 6 6 D+ 5% from a sound chart base: 5 20 9 E $65 5 22 21 E LATE.0 PennsWds PWOD 26.00 –27 425 6ê 43. o 88 98 A A C 47.1 NatCinM NCMI 45.05 –1.89 –10 2.7 AlmstFam AFAM 48.5 Forestar n 23..86 –37 672 .06 –.44 –1.2 Aptargrp 9 25 2 B E 92.75 +1.67 0.9 ATR 9 ARA 1.31 –4.40 -32 4.1 o 136.48 -2.1m 19ò 58 88 39 D C+43.60 -0.2 r BEN 66.38 +3 113 2.1 r MET Montplr 2.0 MVC 12.86 –39 193 9ê 55 16 67 B D 18.4 CHRobn 1.Donot buyanyhighly ratedstock withoutfurtherresearch.ê 40.9 CentrueF TRUE 11.25 –2.61 -32 20.8 Valassis 23.6 Redwood Tr 12 10 49 D.46 –4.60 -0.80 +2.3 29 59 13 C D 64.0m 25o 95 75 85 B B 51.31 58 5.9 LA Pac 17.0 Ternium 15 4 24 D.27 –.0 MesaLabs MLAB 19.83 +.65 HormelFd 2.19 –8 19m 0. o 319.95 –.8 ê 69 59 58 C+ B B 18.7 IntlShip 9 r ISH 21.9 AvidTech 15 18 21 D.2 MaineMari MAM 34.80 –.0 98 83 96 B B 32.2 MGMMirge r MGM 15.7m 17o 46 81 40 C D–29..5 SAFT SeaBrght SEAB SelInsG 2.00 55 5.29 –1.6 ê +10 1.46 –2.4 RiskMetn RMG 15.0 TAMSA TAM 10.5 GenShp 17 r GNK 21.3 o 86.0 92 49 94 B A–72.99 +2.67 +1.34 –44 261 .6 IRSA InvGlb IRS 10 38 7 E 27.01 -0.0m 10o 76 20 80 B B–43.49 –77 0.57 –8.57 –12 89 7ê 10.5 Tyson A 37.79 –.0 Amylin AMLN 11 4 34 A.45 -50 7.99–17.4 .7 IntlAsst r IAAC 13.0 92 96 72 A D 36.09 –1.52 –5 2.42 –. 44.2 FWRD 23.54 -41 5.8 Volt Info SciVOL 15.50 –.65 0.9 73 34 80 B B–45. The best firms rate 80 or more on both EPS and RS.7 XL Cptl 12 5 16 B.30 –30 12m 14o 79 84 67 B B–22.26 PepsiBtl 2.2 LandAm LFG 11 24 15 E 37.8 Harman HAR 9 30 6 E 69.95 -5. k –11 286 2.11 +1 5.55 –.1 ForwdA 1.6m .8 r LPHI LincNatl 4.8 AHL 21.1 k 82 56 90 A C E 11.3 81 68 65 A D–38.1 SFG StatAut 2.94 –58 105 30k 26 35 19 B D–66.78 -0.05 81. a quick and easy snapshot for busy investors.5m 0. profit margins and return on equity into an A to E rating.82 186.5 Techntrl TNL 49.83 –14 1.1 Anixter r AXE 32.18 –25 4. o 78 40 90 A– C D– 49.7 CP 44.0 63 18 81 D C 62.6 CopaHold 1.71 r VARI 38.25 +1.4 OppenHl 2.7m 7o –5 776 5ê –23 29 14ê +23 97 8ê –56 15 4ê –25 108 5ò +1 3.91 –1.4 HubGroup r HUBG 26.2 AracrzC 78 66 71 B B–56.08 +6 1.02 –1.95 42 12.04 –25 201 5o 61 72 25 A C 41.21 +.1 Motorola 21.2–10.78.3 72 24 88 C B–37.78 +4 201 5o 34 51 50 D E 33.0m 9o 57 71 34 A E 53..06 -1.8 o 74 99 A+ A B+ NH MyriadGn MYGN 71.1 2.71 –.06 -2.28 –3.45 –.70 –3.9m 19ò 102.4 VirgnMd 13 12 27 C+ 19.9 THQ THQI 9 8 28 C 16.95 +91 2.1 NYTimes 14 16 20 C 12.09 –.1 JanusCap .69 –.0 WarnerM WMG 7 23 8 E 27.2 FreeptCG B 11 68 8 E 29.00 –56 292 7o 44 42 64 D C 34.8 53 16 68 E B 540 68 40 69 B D+42.28 TysonA 1.7 46 75 26 C E 20.4 TALIntl 10 TAL 15.53 –1.4m 9o 96 99 84 A B–50.66 –.13 38.8 95 69 86 A E 53. ›Do cut your losses if stock is 8% below your cost .48 +23 257 .44 -1.80 –20 171 7ò 40.98 –8 683 0.4 60 71 49 B D 26.com/ sectors to find a stock’s major industry sector.99 DiamdFd .76 –3.85 –1.00 -11 11. 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Vol % Change shows how much a stock traded yesterday vs.3 Invesco 3.32 -48 4.20 +1.04 -1..21 –1.02 –33 341 0.92 –4.38 24 6.5 Tenneco 16..79 –64 17 5ê 59 55 33 B B 32.41 –1.96 WCC 18.43 –7.8 HNZ 43.74 –34 228 10ò 70 53 69 B C+75.2 DHR 59.15 –97 0.92 -1.o 89 65 83 A B–52.06 26 13 46 C B–33. 74.28 –22 1.1 DolanM n 14 1 43 D 30.05 97 87 98 B B+38.26 -36 7.06 –9.9 TFFincl THRD 20.2 STT 42.33 –21 8.68 –1.31 27 5.83 -1.com.60 –17 1.00 –54 7 3.5 78 57 58 B C 17.2 RyanrHldg RYAAY 24.7 Penn REIT PEI 11 25 9 E 27.4 ModusLk 21.6 CBL&Assoc 11.7m 4..0 AmerFin 2.2 CALM Calavo 3.38 -24 4.8 ArgonST STST 21..o –47 625 99o –5 101 6ê 78 32 88 B C+30.10 -0.78 –.01 -1.18 -64 11.05 –1.2 o 32.51 –11 286 26o 87 78 64 B B+33.86 –1.96 –.08 -0.57 -0.82 –53 1.88 +7 3.70 –51 312 6x 43.1 MarinePtrlTr MARPS 23.40 CcColaB 2.40 –.34 +45 103 .1 DillrdDpt 16.0 AIN 1. .18..6 ESLT 46.32 –.4 r CAG 17.8 CtntlAirB CAL 16.48 –2. MISC 28 72 23 C E 39.93 -1.4 MA .71 –.45 -0. Go to investors.32 –22 736 12o 87 66 81 B C 50.5 JacksnHw 5.6m 4o 32.4 77 17 96 B B–48.8 r SKYW 14.36 -0.13 PepsiAmr 2.69 –1. Stocks are grouped by their major industry sectors.8 OvrseaSh 4.1 82 59 71 C D–26. ê 63.00 +65 8.42 -30 4.39 64 83 71 D D–38.9m 17o 48 75 34 B E 48.2 54 20 58 D B 21.2 FstMerF r FMR 11.05 -0.56 –19 2.4 r UPS 52..72 0.54 -0.07 -1.98 –6.9 KnightTr 1..65 –15 20m 6o 89 78 77 B B–40.1 r FLO 28.32 0 266 8ê 60 89 22 A D+33.03 14 8.9 r WRB 26.67 -11 4.16.8m 10o –34 882 14ê BRKA 117100 – 1300 –33 1 15k BRKB 3890–60.00 –2 1.6 LloydsTSB LYG 39.0m 8ê +32 2. 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CAN SLIM and corresponding logos are owned by Data Analysis.74 –2.46 -0.8 r GLW 11.33 48 3.64 12 4.8 ProLogis PLD 63.8 Incyte INCY 9 8 10 E 29.50 +.60 -45 17..57 -67 8.80 –24 1.3m 10o 63 79 54 B D–51.4 Spartech SEH 9 12 10 E 21.88 –1.70 –18 364 6o 25.18 -0.85 -0.0 BelfusB 1.09 -0.42 -12 3.74 –3.8 BenchmrkEl r BHE 11.56 114 3.0 55 43 46 B B–67.52 –.9 LeggMs 4.4 LAZ 29.8 86 39 90 C B+36.9m 7o 49.82 +33 10 3.49 –1. E 35.o 87 73 67 B B+43.62 –2.52 –1.investors.35 –2.37 -1.2 GPN .0m 17o +1 608 5ê –20 78 5ê –18 1.0 78 32 80 B B+58..22 –51 1.5 BRO 20.1m 7o 97 71 98 A A–60..22 –.19 -32 8.30 -0.8 Nelnet NNI 13.4 HerleyInds HRLY 12.65 -0.7 65 68 51 C C 49.9 KCSouthrn KSU .20 –1.45 CornPr 2.90–10. o 78..9m .72 16 41. C 35.31 -0.97 –11 4.32 –23 764 9o 93 94 62 A B+194 IntcntlEx ICE 81.3 8.12 +10 9.2 FaroTech FARO 16.97 Smucker 3.80 36.00 –.3m 7o 86 81 67 C D–115 L3Comm 1.5 r LLL 79.5 GATX 3.0 96 55 97 C C+31.4 UtdRental URI 9.8 66 21 65 C B+39. SMARTSELECT ® COMPOSITE RATING EARNINGS PER SHARE RELATIVE PRICE STRENGTH INDUSTRY GROUP RELATIVE STRENGTH SALES+PROFIT MARGINS+ROE ACCUMULATION/DISTRIBUTION 52-wk Stock & Close Vol% Vol Dvd Price Chg Chg 1000 Yld 6 6 6666 High Symbol STOCKS UP 98 99 A+ A A– 51.3 MOLX 14.25 +1.1 PGR PrtcLife 4.8 EIG 13.15 –96 0.5 EnergyPrts 13 74 2 E 31.13 -38 4.1 r WAB 39.80 -1.60 -2.2m 15o 59 58 56 C D–38.2 K–Sea 17 KSP 17.0m 1ò 24.84 -1.40 –1.34 –48 403 8ê 51 35 55 B D+73.14 –1.4 BeazerHm 27.0 50 66 60 C D–29..3 USG USG 10 29 14 D 28.1 Cognex 3.16 -0.21 -0.89 -3.32 –8.89 –50 30 15ê 36 34 27 C C+38.88 –3.24 +30 228 .24 –28 727 16ê 30.8m .19 +10 14 .78 -0.0 NMR 9.18.1 MMC MaxCp 2.39 +38 1. o –5 105 .3 r SWS 15.97+117 816 .1 77 86 68 C C+59.5 UTIW 12.44 -1.31 -2.81 41 6 77 C D–29.33 -0.90 -0.90 –19 3.6 GIS 65.5 PACR 11.11 –8. ê 31 17 41 A D D– 22.2 91 65 79 B C 56.1–37.26 -0.6 StifelFin SF 44.8 M&FWorld r MFW 22.21 –95 0.59 222 12.4 IntlGame IGT 79.5 AtlasPipln APL 20.1m .25 –25 104 13ê 76 73 62 A B–39.10 –73 36 12k 51 26 77 D C+45.1m 18o 13. o = options on stocks.89 –1.2 NSC 57..52 –4.69 +1.5 AtlasAir r AAWW 22.62 –1.55 75 10.9 eHealth EHTH 12.81 –20 656 5ê 52 96 10 A D 70.78 –20 136 8ê 7.16 –7.45 –3 1.69 +13 2.18 -75 7.7 o 92 85 84 A B D– 42.. work.64 –13 2.79 –7.ê 34 24 45 E D–25.8 WilSon WSM 18.52 40 4.2 FirstAm 4.5 PKI 18.7 HtWC 2.00 Kellogg 2.35 10 4.06 –1.4 Alumina 34.6m 11 o 97 81 96 C B+27.08 –1 3.33 -28 5.3 TMK TowrGp 1.00 4 3. ò 64.85 -0.1 Saks Inc 30.0 –7.48 +19 3 .7 EmpICA ICA 21.98 –1.14 -39 5.87 -0.3 AJG Grnlghtn r GLRE HCCIns 2.1 HCC HanvrIns 1. o 67.07 –1.4 Headwatrs 12 12 19 C+ 38.46 –.46 -36 4.35 –26 469 2ò 79 60 96 D A 19. 19.00 +2.47 -34 5.3 71 16 93 C C 25.34 -54 7.2 r SCHW 19.8 CheniereE LNG 11 12 22 D+ 24.25 -1.9 r PRU PrudtlUK 5.9 BoydGm 15.18 -60 8..51+156 7.2 o 64.1 JonesAp JNY 44.2m 9o 42 21 30 B C 28.8 ParllPet 13 52 8 E 77.1 WrightExp r WXS 15.9 0.86 –3.9 NoDynMnrl NAK 8 6 21 E 12.8 PLFE PrncplF 1.60 –.7 k 82 60 80 B A E 27.10 -22 3.39 +2.96 –43 16 14ê 53 82 31 A E 46.2 66 24 92 C C+35.98 50 94 24 A E 28.4 DevelprDvs 15 23 19 B.7 r CGNX .99 -0.00 +.5 Regis 11 41 8 C+ 93.3 TycoEle 3.ê 26.32 +1.18 -27 18.82 –19 126 18ê 75 90 49 C C+55.14 24 8.00 –.5 GSI Cmmrc GSIC 13.31 0 268 54ê 60 90 35 A D–55.06 –1. 155.1 FNF 8.4 o 117100 – 1300 –33 1 .44 NVEC 26. ê 81 59 86 A C C+ 27.2 r APH .88 –6.84 -0.51 +8.0 CmcFstBcp CMFB 7.59 –51 506 22ê 63 44 74 .31 –6 2. FOOD/BEV 75 89 56 B B 49.4 Isle Capri ISLE 10 17 24 E 14.36 –.8 SwstAirl .54 22 6.0 GBX 8.0 Vitran –1.73 -0.7 CSX 2.0 72 30 84 B B+48.72 –24 106 5ê 21. o +54 7.31 Synutran SYUT 12. o 89 98 B+ B B 28.02 –1..39. . B+ 134 PrUShMC MZZ 94.7 EMCIns 2.83 +1.4 ANAT 69.44.48 –2.32 –8.3 59 68 66 C E 42.87 –4 39 15ê 35 66 32 B D–26.90 +8 50 48ê 26. o 50 47 59 A– C E 22.13 97 91 81 B D–64.9 SignetJwlrs 36.9 CoventryHt CVH 24.41 -0.16 0 4.2 HSY 36.27 Hershey 3.4m 4o +6 273 6ò –46 27 68ê +4 1.16.08 PepsiCo 3.31 –49 2.72 –36 305 11o 42 36 36 C D–55. o 88 75 84 B A D– 23.8 EXM . 16.30 –77 0.4 r AOC 41.59 -1.42 CocaCo 3.3 AmphenlA .90 –7.84 -0.74 –62 1.8 VR WhtMtIn 2.0 87 56 84 C B 44.05 –4.6 6 5 32 D E 19.46 -0. Relative Price Strength (RS) Rating measures a stock’s relative price change in the last 12 months vs..50 +1.88 -3 7.90–10.55 -47 9.19 –1.23 –1.1 WERN 18.52 –33 1.9 CNASurety SUR 13.4 Rambus RMBS 10 16 37 D+ 20. C+50.62 –1.90 –42 1.5 MolCoorsA TAPA 39.2 o 56 46 70 B D D– 59.58 –1.2 ArgoGpIntn AGII 32.00 -0.80+104 3.7m 7o 16.9m 11o –47 695 5o +2 1.42 –1.5 k 73 92 58 E A C+ 131 Lindsay LNN 49.63 +55 1.9 o 64 25 81 A C E 35.7 CarpTech CRS 49. Aisheavybuying.6 DGICA 16.0 KFT 29.87 –41 26 8ê 92 91 91 C D+71.59 -0.10 –. ò 36 35 29 B+ D D– 49.95 0 10.2 Pacer 5.42 –31 547 8ê 56 70 36 B C+31.78 21 8.24 –7.97 -0.00 –36 472 11ò 47.1m 10o 60 60 47 B E 127 FrankRes 1.30 -14 15.69 –1.62 –26 643 19o 91 54 90 B B 92.8 45 15 48 C C 25.4m 12o 41 80 35 C D–30.7 r TK 20.7 AKOB 13.48 –2.79 –1.62 +4 101 12k 16 8 20 E B–63.17 –16 459 9ê 43 94 21 D E 19.82 -0.6 HRL 28.8 SonicAut 12 24 34 D.2 Silver Std SSRI 10 1 29 C+ 26.22 -46 8.4m .4 83 39 82 B B 38.66 -0.19 –13 422 12ê 57 85 28 B D+41.58 +.84 -0.76 HainCelstl HAIN 21.26 –7 397 4ê 10.88 -38 4.9 Wnnbgo 19.7 Autoliv ALV 42.1 94 74 90 A D+58.04 –.31 -0.28 –2.1 74 24 77 B A–61.3 o for Earnings Per Share.61 –71 9 10ê 60 73 36 B C+27. Go to investors.40 -42 3.57 82 4.64 –5 335 99ê 9.47 -0.5 NATL NtnwdFnl 2.31 –2.44 –1.5 ArchCap r ACGL 63.96 –2.2 ARII 9.0 NGSvcs NGS 14.52 40 11.2 OrntExHA 28.6 KaynAEn 11 KED 14.40 -3 3.8m 14o +19 645 6o +10 146 13ê +21 1.13 -77 5.0 85 65 76 C C+33..3 19 67 7 B E 43.05 -43 8.51 76.05 -23 11..3 WTM WillisGp 4.70 –65 2 1.5m 5ê 25 7 59 D E 45.03 +28 5.5m . x = ex dividend or ex rights.29 HeinzHJ 3.75 –37 10m 7o 14.2 97 74 98 D B 32.02 –.5 PikeElec PEC 30.6 Dycom DY 11 24 11 E 53.90 -31 CHART BASE ›Or buy the first time the IBD Composite Rating Earnings Per Share Growth Rating Relative Price Strength Rating Sales+Profit Margins+Return On Equity Accumulation/Distribution (last 3 mos) 6 6 666 High 49 56 45 E D–25.2 ADM Cadbury 1.37 -54 6.46 –4.1 r RJF 20.00 –3.36 –2.7m 9o 21.1 UTiWld .0m 25ò 86 90 65 A D–119 MettlerTole MTD 78.67 +5 466 16ê 57 60 66 .93 -57 5.00 –1.8 Cardiome CRME 8 7 26 E 25.42 –34 2.64 -0.47 -20 10.4 85 81 69 B D 16.0 82 83 60 B E 59.0m 5ê 84 76 62 A D–39.3 JTX 13.4 o 56.99 +1.2 Agilent r A 23.31 +3.4 PL Prudentl 2.3 –7. 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B 17.7 r SLF Torchmrk 1.73 –3.1 SLM SLM 8 17 8 E 20.62 –25 89 7ò 11 10 45 .08 –41 51 13ê 82 33 81 B B–49.5 r TROW 38. .9 r ALL 27.2 80 78 71 A E 65.26 -31 3.62 -2. r = repurchased stock in last year.1 91 96 72 A C+66.35 –29 234 33o 50 77 47 C D+76.1m 18 o 34 19 69 D D B– 62.97 +1.06+179 29m 2o 8.7 MaguirePr 18.1 RNR SafeIns 4.99 1.05 +19 180 46ê 88 97 56 A C 320 MastrCd .8 Net1UEPS UEPS 11.0 TRV UtdAmInm INDM UnitdFi 2.96 +10 117 8ê 19.80 –15 119 27ê 90 81 80 B C+53.46 –. all other stocks.49 –.98 –1.63 -2.0 AbraxisBn ABII 64.88 -0.50 –1.20 Sensient 3.4 70 81 57 C C+55.09 +94 1.4 KO 44.5 o 60.60 –.39 0.12 -0.5m 2o 89 67 50 A C+43.31 -1.4 Huntsm HUN 24.4 AWH 29.0 82 41 88 B D+44.90 –.70 –.08 -0.7 CHRW 52.35 -0.4 RaserT 14 14 43 D 21.81 –.3 ê 103.2 Zale ZLC 37.61 –1.77 -53 12.01 -22 9.5 FLIRSystms FLIR .07 –3.6 5.7 r ORH OldRepIn 7.71 -29 34.9 r SAFM 28.59 +.24 -44 11.73 4 8.4 Panason 2.5 AmPhy 1.5 PKE 20.8 BNI 86.90 +25 883 7o 8.6m 6o 13.62 –2.87 -10 10.51 –65 29 20k 75 77 58 B B 32.34 CcColaH 2.76 –.79 –.97 -15 5.1m .61 –1.80 +1.4 MCY MetLife 2.68 -39 6.03 -0.30 -4.0 SunMicro rs 42.66 –81 0.32 –26 1.5 NatlFinP 13 NFP 6.6 ForestCA 23.6m 17ò 32 63 5 B D–52.18 66 94 49 A E 52.19 –4.2 SunriseSr 89.4 TricoM 23.32 -0.91 –1.9 r EMCI 24.25 11 3.56 +1.8 Alcoa 13.7 Bemis 87 53 88 C C 149972 BrkHaA 82 53 87 C D–5059 BerkHaB 3.1 r TEL 19.. ê 256.04 –16 1. C 42.1 53 36 45 C C+75.82 –.22 -28 6.8 ê 64 46 78 B D C+ 59. its average daily volume in the past 50 days.00 –43 0.20 +49 60 12ê 46 75 23 B E 25.8 o 467.08 -46 9.77 –1.49 –.73 -1.32 –1.31 –37 301 12x 29 34 47 C D–55.54 -0.84 –. ê 86 76 83 A D B– 18.71 -0.02 -0.67 -0.7 UNM Validus 4.0 RAIL 23. C+133 AmerNtl 4. .42 –1.1 Grp1Auto GPI 10 24 16 D+ 29. an affiliate of Investor’s Business Daily. = archived story at Investors.36 71 53 57 B C+20.0 r SJM 42. k 342.5 TotalSys 2.ê 98 93 88 B C+19.18 VTNC 8.48 –7..2 ShawGp 13 57 12 D.5 Expedtrs .18 CocaCFm 1.5+12.96 +16 3.87 +1 107 8k 60 66 39 B B–29.6 71 39 83 C D+55.4 Amazon r AMZN 67 98 26 C+ A D– 209 CNOOC CEO 67 74 48 A– B D– 249 Blackrck BLK 65 99 31 E A E 241 Potash r POT 63 91 31 B– B D 154 PrecCast PCP 63 60 55 B+ B D– 106 SimonProp SPG 60 76 48 D– A D– 145 HDFCBnk HDB 58 67 44 D– A C+ 143 WstpacBk WBK 54 52 58 B+ C E 129 EssexPpty ESS 53 16 68 A E B 540 WhtMtIn WTM 52 98 20 E A D– 558 RioTinto RTP 52 97 27 D+ A E 145 Flowserve r FLS 51 16 80 B C C 679 NVR NVR 51 6 66 A B C+ 420 Alleghany Y 48 33 53 A D D– 132 EnstarGp ESGR 45 73 13 D– A .90 –34 2.0 –8.01 –8 1..55 –.3 ê 85 48 96 A+ C D 79.34 -0.2 r TNP 24.44 –1.8 Meredth MDP 18.0 NordicAm 12 NAT 30.09 –3.1 Votorntm VCP 9 20 12 E 25.47 –18 2. These tend to outperform the market.73 -46 6.83 -39 3.4 TNSInc TNS 9.6 o 71 91 27 A B E 533 MitsuiLtd MITSY 204.3 r R 39.64 –1.53 -59 3.07 –24 5.79 +69 2.9 r TRN 17.91 +3.39 –6 410 11o 82 81 72 A C+26. Eisheavyselling.88 31.3 FrghtCar 1.36 99 97 88 A D+45.20 155.60 -0. +50=50% more.47 –1.04 -0.6 BELFB 17.07 0.2 Golar 28.39 TootsieR 1.0 96 53 99 B B+60.9 ArchrDan 2.15 +63 7 5.52 +2 3.4m 1.7 BroncoDr BRNC 10 50 9 E 76.9 MVCCap 4.4m .8 KnightCap NITE 14.02 -58 4.02 –.4 SIGI StancrpF 2.0m 8o 38 24 62 E D–29.41 –29 8.5m 8o –28 1.5 ApartntInv AIV 63.45 -28 34.17 +71 2.9 Seagate STX 45.5 TeekaySh 5.85 –1.05 +40 4.0 Con–Way 1.9m .8 52 79 20 B C+50.1 AlldWAsr 2.99 +1.29 -30 6.40 51 14.9 LSBInds LXU 38.

3 DCI 33.73 –.46 +52 318 29ê 16.72 –10 425 8ê 45 17 68 C B 33.5m 8o +25 1.01 23.1 26 71 12 C D+30.40 –19 3.9 58 85 36 A D+22.3 ATNI 22.3 r BFB CntlErDst CEDC CompBbd 2..02 Teledyne TDY 41.8 BGG 15. Inc.18 –.44 –1.1 ChinaUni 2.4 46 84 28 A E 94.0 Koppers 3.2 r XLNX 17.1 68 54 75 C B 37.5m 3o –39 350 11o 25.51 Crane 4.98 –51 180 21o 23 33 30 D D–40.8m 8o –29 191 20ò +12 2.84 Bunge 1.02 –11 180 9k 18 43 16 C E 33. A great way to improve your chart reading skills! Market Wrap: this daily video gives you an overview of the day’s market activity and highlights stocks making news.8 WSO 37.3 LexmarkA r LXK 67 81 29 A D+37.60 –1.9–26.1 83 81 69 B D 52.1 51 92 29 B E 101 58 63 61 C D 28.38 –2.91 Kubota 2.21 –2.2–24.2 KBH 16.3 FLR .79 FortuneB 4.23 AlamoG 2.k –31 76 15ê –28 338 11k 27.0 ATE 14. Check it out today on –1 34 .2 74 73 68 B D 27.3m 8o –36 1.1 27 26 37 C C+38.2 24 59 23 C D–62...o MIHomes MHO 13..36 –2.2 CAT 40.9m 10o Toro 1. TELECOM 92 59 96 C A–13.87 –22 364 10o 58 99 12 A D 81.04 –14 369 23o Skyline 3.59 –12 29m 17o 25 28 39 E C+37.9 NCX 13.32 –.2 83 75 61 A E 81.49 –21 3. 79 .8 r CSL 22.0 AstoriaF 5.21 –. NOVEMBER 6.7 SHI 16.07 29.92 ClmbMckn CMCO 13.5 CIR 29.7 63 80 55 D C+18.49 Syngenta 2.7 FrnceTel 87 27 92 C B+20.0 Tessera TSRA 16.ê –53 518 .34 –.8m 26o 54 88 21 A E 127 Millicom MICC 43.5 PHM 10.88 Hitachi .9 20 55 10 D E 29.52 –1.76 39 70 17 C E 29.8 ADI 20.45 –1.69 RockColl 2..35 –.66 –7.00 –.0 BorgWrn1.69 –31 2.3m 8o –37 58 8k –30 391 8ê –39 2.0 41 12 83 E C+29.7 19 8 16 D D–136 56 84 32 C D–36.94 –.0 58 70 39 D D–48.ò 73 22 87 C B 17.67 WaltrInd 1.92 +.1 29 46 25 B D–42.2 r DOV 31.6 19 26 32 D E 17.12 –..9 83 88 65 B C+80.9 WABCOn 1.04 –2.7 r NKE OxfrdInd 5.82 17.5 FstFHld 5.39 11.9 51 99 24 A E 79.03 –53 76 11ê –44 1.7 52 97 27 A E 145 60 92 19 A C 85.42 +.05 –.2 48 75 45 C E 85. E 57.1 LeapWire 88 75 74 A B–57.45 –18 7.75 –4.1m 12o –2.2 77 33 92 D A+32.45 SonocoP 4.12 Carnival CCL 23..07 –46 1. .8m 15o –24 122 .3 KWR 17.9 20 52 18 C D–44.5 Cohu 1.5 97 81 79 A C+56.5 87 76 89 B E 23.4 KCP LizClaib 3.31 +.1m 14o –12 1.75 –15 1.72 LKQCorp LKQX 11.09 Autozone r AZO 118.80 –.7 r RAVN 31.1m .2 FELE .8 IEP 35.69 54.34 –.5m 3k 92 91 83 A D+91.22 –2..6 93 94 81 A B–171 AGCO AG 29.0m 11o +47 345 12ê –47 1.7m 18o –.16 –.61 ScQmMra 2.ò –2.93 –6 646 8o –30 281 11o –1 45 9ê +8 10m 9x +29 610 15o +90 251 8ê –34 919 15o –57 167 11ê –10 3.51 –1.5 SBAComm SBAC 19.7 43 67 47 B D–58.86 –3.8 TelusA 5.1 56 40 61 B B–37.43 –.97 14.9 Cymer r CYMI 24.56 –1.86 MDURes 3.4 BCPC 24.03 –1.66 –.74 –47 275 21o 84 89 70 B D–36.57 –52 516 13ê 84 74 72 D A–25.2 r GE 19. 19.15 –64 450 10ê 86 92 73 C B+23.0 1 19 22 D E 99 66 37 73 B B–19.15 –45 2.52 TycoIn 2.2 FMC 1.4 GRC 27.x Wnnbgo 7.33 –9 2.0m 7o –.51 –45 175 10ê –3.8 r PHG 19.8 AAON 17.0 CSBK 10.62 –27 527 40o 70 94 26 A C+40.16 RavnInd1.59 –30 110 14k 94 81 86 D A–16.1 MnPwSy r MPWR .10 –1.7 16 59 33 .1 r UBNK 13.7 79 83 71 C D–42.33 –.07 –40 121 14ê 37 69 20 B E 68.4 96 96 73 A C+51.69 –.79 Agrium .4 r MEOH 11.84 –1.70 –64 393 11ò 89 99 54 A C+24.5 52 53 51 B B–64.3 68 68 72 B E 35.0 NYCmtyBc 7.4 r AOS 31. AUTO&PARTS 67 43 77 B B 34.6 r PTNR 18.6 r CMI .79 14.32 46.29 +.52 Tredegar 1.27 –.2 Qlogic r QLGC 53 40 68 C B–27.2 70 38 89 C D+29.5 .5 NWSB 25.64 –.04 –54 395 13ò AWod 2.20 –.4 CRH 22.35 –. 21. 30 .27 +30 690 10ê 55 77 30 C B–95.3 r NEU 35.50 17.o –48 536 12ê –44 216 7ê –53 134 14o –28 627 7o –63 416 22o –5 2.4 16 32 18 B D+49.27 –22 4.14 –.0 Celanese 1.18 Cadiz CDZI 12.75 –1.39 MoogA MOGA 34.0 –2.87+267 453 18o –2.2 TRK 15.40 62 58 73 D B+47.9 ERJ 20.6 BraslTlc 7.7 52 78 47 C D+64.1m 10o –1. –18 7.84 –.2 79 72 71 B C+45..26 –1.45 Cummins 2.5m 21ê 34 49 36 C D–30.3m 12o 80 85 51 B B–33.4 67 25 82 C C 41.0 r BRKL 11.12 –1..1m 16ò 95 67 95 D A–13.96 0 4.92 –1..1 MetroPCSn PCS 14.6m 11o 72 98 30 A D+144 Priceline PCLN 52.3 NTLS 25.18 –1.3 r HSC 23.9 BenefMutn r BNCL 11.0 53 50 70 B E 142 8 7 26 D E 25.0 NeuStar 93 74 79 B B 23.49 23.12 –.4 ANDE 23.0m 30o 88 77 68 A D+56.84 –1.39 RegalEnt 10 RGC 11.4 70 49 83 C C+26.30 –.20 –2..05 40 69 24 A E 36.5m 11ò USG USG 14.37 –2.88 –4.90 –2 1.2 HRS 36.5 Airgas 1.76 –.99 –2.44 –.5 Adtran 2.0 OXPS 16.20 –2.ê –33 312 9o +28 1.45 –.33 –1.3m .01 +44 414 31o –.79 +..73 –1.0 OptXprs 2.87 –50 173 9ê –1.9 LUK 27.6 77 74 99 B E 61.7 Starentn STAR 10.0m 9o +3 140 25ê –56 331 19ê –37 2.4 SKY 21.50 –1.15 +18 758 8ò 91 77 89 D A 14.88 –.00 –6 715 10ò +.4m .6m . 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AEROSPACE 88 94 61 B B+39.ê –26 6.45 –.60 –8 1.16 CFInds .70 –28 752 16ò 89 93 64 A C+29.1 r CE .06 GenElect 6.73 –23 10m 13o –.ê –1.1 VHI 13.6m 11o +3.9m 8ò IBD Composite Rating Earnings Per Share Growth Rating Relative Price Strength Rating Sales+Profit Margins+Return On Equity Accumulation/Distribution (last 3 mos) 52-wk Dividend Close IBD Composite Rating Earnings Per Share Growth Rating Relative Price Strength Rating Sales+Profit Margins+Return On Equity Accumulation/Distribution (last 3 mos) Vol% Vol P 52-wk 6 6 666 High Stock % Yield Symbl Price Chg Chg 1000 E 6 6 666 High 36 86 15 A E 54.9 WGO 6.5 HON 30.3 BFIN 12.5 Intersil 3.3 CFFN 46.47 –.53 16..54 –53 2.6 Imation 4.4 Yahoo YHOO 13.10 –.56 –.80 53 97 31 .7 92 91 82 B B–56. C+19.o Quanta PWR .2 NthfldB 1.9m 6ê 94 80 97 C C+17.8m 6o 56 31 82 D B–25.74 –..49 –2.12 –.27 JohnsnCt 2.04 –2.3m 8o –43 2.43 –2.17 –1.80 –40 1.3m 8o SterlCons r STRL 11.92 –32 356 10o Trex TWP 15.94 –1.4 NIIHldg 18 4 36 D D 28.34 –15 1.3m 9o +.8 ..03 –37 13m 8o 71 59 69 B B–22.53 +.37 FosterWh r FWLT 27. E 79.1 CLC 33.09 +.6 r TEF 58.65 –.0 11 68 8 D E 29.49 15.4 Sterlng 5.16 –17 2.3 EastChm 4.3 IGT 13..01 –24 557 12o Weyerha 7.1 LoralSpce LORL 11.55 –44 494 14o 6 6 666 High Stock % Yield Symbl Price Chg Chg 1000 E 79 55 84 C B 17.0 93 61 98 A B+68.22 –60 554 11o 26 7 50 B E 28.1m 3o –42 70 16ê .8 Actel r ACTL 11.80 +.3 SON 24.75 –.5 JnprNtwk r JNPR 62 66 65 C E 41.41 –33 830 8ò GraniteC 1.3 VFC Volcom VLCM Warnaco WRC Wolvrn 2.91 –4.81 Wynn r WYNN 47.01 Caterplr 4.67 –12 1.9 Diebold 3.90 IntPotashn IPI 20.94 –2.51 –60 62 8ò 77 88 56 A E 103 Telefon 4.0 90 84 68 B C 79.3 CNH 18.95 –13 659 5o JacobsEng JEC 35..0 27 2 52 E C+21.04 –.4 WshFed 4.05 10.71 –33 238 21o IPCS 11.33+151 4.55 –1.24 –1.62 11.6 BG 44.10 +38 646 7ò 98 95 92 A B 24.6 Semtech r SMTC 11.0m 3o –37 450 4o –27 691 14o –42 412 6o –33 8.3 NSM 13.67 –.0 87 59 84 B B–21.ê –10 121 18k –49 375 11o –24 76 16k –32 1.9m 9o +5 5.82 +31 6.67 –1.31 –1.7m 15x 58 72 37 C C 25.19 44 65 26 B D–66.2 38 78 8 A E 74.60+111 243 56o –.2 50 68 42 C C+38.93 GlbIncC 10 GCF 14.97 –15 6.2 FMC .5 Broadcom r BRCM 17.04 –7 507 9ê 76 92 51 D B–22.6 ITT .68 –1.00 12.3 FOE 13.5 VMC 56.6 CaptlFed 4.14 +.28 –18 5.1 Trnsmtahrs TMTA 16.42 –1.8 QkrChem 5.46 –.5 UFPI 22.2 91 59 83 B B+34. 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E 24.69 –52 723 7o –.9 r TTC 32.4m 6o –10 261 13ê +29 6.03 –3.86 –1.0m 14ê 57 51 51 C C+20.5 AVD 13.91 Grp1Auto 6.45 –10 298 7ê BlackDc 3.9m 11ê 93 76 89 C A–34.9 LEN 8.9 RPM 13.42 Boeing 3.0 TNE 12.0 SWM 14.7 TII 9.34 –66 34 .3 EMN 40. 29.1 eBay EBAY 14.1m 10o KBHome 6.39 +4 947 17o Masco 9 MAS 9.2m 8o –55 169 19o –10 810 7ò +9 386 4ê –32 1.39 –.98 –2.93 –1.1 66 89 52 B D–62.2 49 81 17 A C+151 –.0 Netgear NTGR 84 83 65 A C+41.43 15.22 –47 2.8 PhilLD 52 70 28 B C+36.02 –1.9 63 91 31 B D 154 86 86 73 B B–67.5m 7ê RylandGp 2.49+570 4.3 20 7 63 E D 38.1m 25ê –18 287 14ò +4 8.43 24.43 –.5 ElecSci r ESIO 8.5 NovaChm 2.2 MercadoLn MELI 13.6m 3o ComfrtS 2..25 13.60 43 87 11 A E 51.2 InvBncp r ISBC 13.23 –.67 –28 6.7m 6o r NIHD 22.5m 9o –27 929 11o –1 2.0 ARM 5.3 CHA 32.3 Balchem .07 –.1 15 61 21 C E 63.65 –1.84 Gentex 4.2 SXI 25.9 PXH 13..87 –1.93 41.27 –.5 33 2 75 E C+32.6 NippnT&T 1.3 22 12 26 B B–51.k –.99 –.93 –1.2m 6o –31 51 19ê +4 312 .20 +20 5.0 38 37 35 C D–83.99 ITTCorp 1.0 Solutian SOA 9.28 EnerSys ENS .66 –33 55 28ê 9 FTE 25.27 –8 935 14ò Accumulation/Distribution (last 3 mos) 23 51 18 D D–45.5 Sinopec 7.49 –1.2 57 94 25 B C 18.5 66 79 41 C C+25.47 –1.2m 4ò –4 1.42 –1.6 12 19 13 B D+35.7m 10o 73 37 76 C B 27.91 –.8 JCI 18.2m 19o –18 185 12ê –35 1.4 71 57 51 B D 47.16 –.00 Ducmmun 1.7 FNFG 14.38 –35 261 16ê WattsWa 1.2 23 74 24 .05 –43 323 .25 –.54 –1.64 –2.22 FuelSys FSYS .87 LMIAerospc LMIA .09 NorthrpG 3.72 –2.67 Potlatch 6.0 NeutTandn TNDM 16.3 74 98 34 A E 111 Carlisle 2.5 WebMD WBMD 22.5 HewlttPk .92 –1.ê URS URS 28.8 GlblCrsg 83 92 56 A C+66.4 r TGI 40.3 Diodes DIOD 10.44 –68 24 9ê –.77 –19 18m 12o 48 54 65 D E 17.6 14 1 43 E D 30.15 +10 412 15o 85 23 96 C B 18.45 –.ê 68 80 53 A D–97.2 Xilinx 3.2 79 95 46 B D 73.8 r DE 39.7 IIT 23.2 IP 16.0 ChinaTel 3.03 –21 1.4 79 78 58 B B–41.99 –43 42 .57 –52 27 47ê 84 71 78 A B 22.13 –.26 –36 392 3ê 52 37 74 B D–27.8m 10o –.6 TFX 52.97 –49 436 3ò 78 68 67 A C+43.99 –2 3.2 DT 14.29 –. E 27.37 –1.4 48 74 42 D E 22. CHEMICALS 60 24 74 B B+39. 13.7 NOK 16.0 37 62 21 B C+108 77 54 85 C B–15.9m 11o 61 24 75 E B 16.8 .73 –.48 34.7 BlackBox .4 Cmpllntnya CML 78 74 75 B C+35.8m 11o –7 502 12ê –42 850 8o –32 85m 9o –43 21 .9 AkamaiTch AKAM 14.10 –1.97 –. E 18.o –32 1.8 NATI 62 88 29 A D 31.4 HEIA 27.1 42 56 18 B D–47.54 12.23 –47 116 11k 73 74 54 A D 35.0 18 30 32 B E 20.28 –.3 97 97 68 A B 30.22 –1.20 –2.60 60.11 –30 387 23ê 65 69 57 B D+54.k 29 42 29 B D+85.47 –20 6.3 r AGU 39.63 WMSInds WMS 24. 16.48 –3.00 64 76 38 B D+93.11 Harsco 3.04 +32 1.77 –1.80 –.07 –1.9m . 41.9 iPCSInc 68 86 67 C D–18.98 –24 871 14o 41 67 35 B E 39.2m 10o –.03 –1.0 EMC EMC 33 26 45 C D+23...3m 22ò –2.21 –.9m 4o –2 5.5 GSICmmrc GSIC 9.19 PrecCast .82 0 834 12o HomexDvlp r HXM 21.44 –23 4.4 RCL 13.0 49 92 32 C C+44.38 Dorman DORM 10.3m 9k 60 32 87 C B–29.3 UtdWst 2.71+143 802 26o 59 89 33 B E 29.0 IowaTele 10 IWA 15.2m 12o Perini PCR 19.7 MasTec 55 90 29 A E 35.97 –2.64 +4 35 12x 17 45 9 .ò Fluor 1.55 –25 1.8 AppMat 1.1 ROS 33.11 Goodrich 2.2 KAMN 25.20 –.54 –2.35 –1.2 58 97 25 B D+37.4 KTC 12.01 TitanInt .35 –49 127 20k 22.56 –.0 94 99 55 A A–30.98 –6.2m 6ò 36 77 29 C E 33..00 –1.2 CabotMic r CCMP 27.63 –.67 –16 913 16o FerroCp 4.16 –27 757 15o –5.69 –.00 33.5 SLGN 45.3 NetApp r NTAP 36 58 33 B E 37.5 Viasat VSAT 18.24 –.12 GreifA 4.57 –65 351 9o –1.o +38 83 14ê –20 52 .88 –11 1.6 StdMicro r SMSC 17.86 AdvAuto .5 64 90 18 B E 66.6 91 84 70 A B 46.2 Ultratech UTEK 14.4 52 71 44 C C 32.6 TexsInst 2.47 –1.47 0 188 9ê 98 83 93 A B 27.5 7ShandaInt r SNDA 25.65 LeucdNa .9 42 82 32 A E 86.71 Mosaic .21 –48 413 10o –1.7 RockwdH ROC .16 –1.07 –12 45m 19o –10 520 7ê –21 143 9o +15 81m 11ò +67 309 .23 Astronics ATRO 10.1 MBT 44.1 7Cellcom 10 CEL ..48 94 80 96 A D–30.59 +.0 FFnclOH 5.62 –65 440 35o 57 38 82 C C+42.8m 14ê +5 177 5x –14 1.62 –1.5 DBD 70 82 52 B B–25.0 MagyarT 16 MTA 14.88 +39 171 9ê –1. 17.07 68.4m 9o –73 14 11ê –42 964 21o –54 825 11o –7 4.7 r DEL 44.86 –50 831 10o –1.55 –1.40 Circor .3 59 60 27 A C+44..8 BBOX 80 82 54 A D 34.5m .5 50 84 39 B D–37.1 r MON 87.5 77 93 55 A E 66.9 KLATncr 2.1 51 47 52 D D+17.0 TRST 11.32 AmerCar CRMT .25 –2.2 r APOG 9.81 –27 16m 10o 88 66 97 E B+17.3 EXP 18. IBD TV Videos Include: IBD 100: this new weekly video (appearing on Monday) provides insights into the stocks appearing on IBD 100.40 DuPont 5.4 CHDN 36.7 18 42 19 E E 18.53 ImprlSgr 2.23 –47 283 10o –1.7 NTT 21.9 PENX 12.72 –1.6m 13o –39 707 11o –3 6.ê +64 808 5ê –10 2.0m 4ò +38 1.1 HudsCB 2. E 49.78 –47 383 10x Thermadyn THMD 8.47 –37 36 .58 –5.34 –1.9 PM ReynldAm7.6 PKG 15.1 Comtech CMTL 47.ê 78 98 31 A C+45.o ShawGp SGR 18.98 –3.COM IBD Composite Rating Earnings Per Share Growth Rating Relative Price Strength Rating Sales+Profit Margins+Return On Equity Accumulation/Distribution (last 3 mos) IBD’S RESEARCH TABLES Continued IBD Composite Rating Earnings Per Share Growth Rating Relative Price Strength Rating Sales+Profit Margins+Return On Equity Accumulation/Distribution (last 3 mos) 52-wk Dividend Close Vol% Vol P 6 6 666 High Stock % Yield Symbl Price Chg Chg 1000 E 72 65 54 B D–40.43 17.36 12.2m 12ò 60 76 36 B C+40.0 ViewPtF 2.41 +.0m 8o CRHPlc 4. 12.52 –6.53 –5.84 –.0 AlskCom 9 ALSK 9.0m 8o –1 1.3 NetLogic NETL 20.2 HPC 17.1 61 31 82 D B–22.4m 7o –.8 StampsComr STMP 9.ê MrtMar 1.15 48.6 Ashland 5.33 The IBD Media Center is now IBD TV! IBD is pleased to announce enhancements to our video coverage with the introduction of IBD TV.0 HutchTel HTX 16..1 91 93 67 B C+66.2 63 58 42 B C+40.1 MEMCElctr r WFR 19.42 88 62 86 B B 19.9m 10o SimpsnMf 1.1m 13o Meritage MTH 14.2 TSU 13.68 AscentM ASCMA 23.19 –.63 –1.7 CR 17.62 –.68 –66 82 41ê 72 58 78 C C+45.9 Netflix r NFLX 22..02 –53 659 24ê 39 71 13 B D 61.2 AtlTele 3.39 More Video.1 ASH 21.58 –8 824 34o 28 4 76 E D 20.1 DEO Lorilla 6.42 –.25 +20 396 .38 IntlSpdw .19 –37 162 .91 44.3 TelecmArgt TEO 6.22 Clarcor 1.0m 7o –30 904 7o –29 1. B–18.9 38 94 5 A E 83.8 ShndCm 1.6 r FO 38.92 –43 130 5ê CavcoInd r CVCO 30.7 FSS 8.2 72 36 82 B C+20.5m 4o –24 403 5o –33 28 .45 18.12 –. 34 .95 GardnrDen r GDI 25.19 SteinerLeis r STNR 26..74 –1.0 SilcnLab SLAB 25.0 BerkHB 2.8m 4o +30 695 12ò +13 309 7ê 20. 16.22 SpeedwyM 2.97 Eaton 4.39 –.20 Bucyrus ..33 Ctrip .77 –1.3 67 87 32 B E 63.0 52 84 39 D E 25..9 BMI ..58 26.15 –.12 –3 89 7ê ThorInd 1.67 –.9 67 72 47 A B–52.4 PPG 48.9m 8ê –14 1.6 TDS 26. 17.49 –16 7. 47 .12 11.7m 99o 46 68 27 B E 42.7 WD40 3.23 –45 1.50 –40 1.98 –25 1.90 –4.17 –1.9m 11o 82 99 72 A E 27.57 –.53 –4.0 Intrwovn IWOV 12.29.45 –1.2m 11o –4 217 7ê –30 625 2o –38 678 2ò –30 1.0 PwrIntg ..07 –.2 57 47 76 E C+48.85 Lindsay .70 –.79 –1.1 31 15 57 E D+20.02 –23 1.1 SYT .2 ROMA 14.98 BrigStrt 5.6m 8o NVR NVR 467.3 r MOV NikeB 1.26 –4.70 –7.2 BA 49.81 –1.66 –23 47 10k –1.3 77 80 56 C B–62.6 r TYC 25.2 Cisco r CSCO 89 64 94 D A 16.6 LamResrch LRCX 23.10 ChrchlD 1. 15.0 Turkcell 4.9 PremGlbSv PGI 9.2m 11o +11 268 16ê –25 3.70 –15 1.85 –1.8 LLTC 22.22 36 18 49 C C 34.40 +10 54 12ê 95 76 94 A B+56.8 ARJ 28.14 +.03 –.92 –.4m 10o –1 1.2 33 24 54 E C+37.6m 8o 94 75 86 D B 16.0 Caviumn CAVM 11.4 NP 9.48 IntPaper 6.68 –.4m 12o –41 330 3o –37 195 7k 0 706 3ê –8 202 14ê –35 1.09 SchwtzM 4.4 SUP 14.88 –1.51+252 2.09 Polaris 4.5m 8o 58 22 87 C C+21.89 Textron 5.25 –34 115 4k 70 22 91 D B 13.07 –40 132 8ê –3.69 +.5 78 90 72 B D–46.0 KUB 26.29 +8 171 .0 ALG 11.19 7.1 Novellus NVLS 15.3 r GD 62.5 OLN .93 Heico .84 –1.8 24 40 32 C E 80.3m ..10 –.1 PBNY 11.9m 3o –39 401 3ê +50 1.41 –2.1m 11o –15 271 8ê –28 1.97 78 65 99 .9 86 91 76 B D–44.62 Autonation AN 6.19 –35 99 71k –1.07 +13 141 12ê 55 84 21 B C 85.3 93 76 96 C A–26.0 HOME 10.68 AmSprcnd AMSC 14.18 –1.37 30.75 –1.21 –41 316 99o –.42 +5 7.2 67 96 39 B E 31.71 Autoliv 7.60 –.26 –1.69 –.04 –4 254 .4 64 61 68 C C+30.7 AF 18. C+17.9 Harris 2.9 Vodafone 8.3 63 71 56 E B–24.07 .04 –41 822 17o 49 61 43 B E 76..79 RaythnB 2.93 TransDg TDG 31.90 SciGames SGMS 18.30 –14 2.1m 22o 52 59 58 C E 45.07 –21 419 15o 75 83 58 A C 38.5 r GRMN 21.25 –2.ò +1.22 CRJSB–1 RYJ 11.1 .7 Atheros ATHR .6 PCH 30. 32.1 78 95 43 B C+75.89 –1.2 CUK 22.31 –1.1m 99o 81 27 96 D B 14.0 O M Group OMG 19.54 +43 3.37 –95 2 7ê –3. 56 .01 –1.0 AmrVngrd .90 AllintTch ATK 85.9 AecomTecn ACM .58 –56 1.1 r MGA 34.56 –2.41 –1.91 –31 2.14 –3.1 55 58 78 E D 25.5 Innophos 3.67 –.09 –.20 Modine 5.2 54 94 42 B E 34.3 r CBE 29.16 +7 484 14ê 13 31 21 D D–44.8 BEZ 17.5 POWI 20.4m 15o 49 81 20 A E 58.4 VidSanN r TKLC 12.8 ISIL 12.60 91 96 52 A B 80.17 19.2 ALTR 16.08 –1.74 –2.92 –1.37 –.28 –1..0 GEF 38.24 –24 1.15 52 71 43 B E 26.4 89 87 72 B B 120 45 68 31 B D 40.0 HughCom HUGH 17.6 12 31 8 B E 32.04 19.5 57 44 58 D D–77.70 15.07 +.98 –30 27 50ê Cemex CX 7.00 –.1m 6o +22 107 99ê –21 19 99ê –3 106 8ê –10 151 17ê –37 749 4o –30 132 18o –27 1.65 7.85 –51 128 9ê 87 93 74 B C+40.2 Methnx 5.95 PackAmr 7.8 r MCHP 23.9 61 27 63 C C+68.9 TAP PhilMor 4.05 –.38 –24 2.8 Avocent r AVCT 81 62 88 D B 39.5m 11o 88 91 55 A B 40.30 –.70 –.66 –.5 VarianSm r VSEA 21.1 39 74 26 A E 62.47 –.7 EchoStarn SATS 18.1 UtdFnB 2. 14.4 r PCAR 29.25 –2.17 –8 931 .80 –46 25 10ê 57 88 29 A C 39.8m 7ò 29 64 13 B E 34.6 r CHE 42. 36.01 –15 318 69ò –.com SOHU 54.71 –1.5 FFIC 14.7 Tekelec 53 77 28 B E 28.4 17 21 11 A D 28.5 r HOT 20.81 +71 5.7m 8o LennarA 1.83 Embraer 2.25 –37 84 .64 –30 918 15o –1.56 –2..02 –6.4 Micrchp 5.ê 18. LEISURE AmbasG 5.5 DowChm 6.81 SilgnHld 1. COMP HDWRE 72 94 47 A D 202 AppleInc AAPL 73 72 62 C D+26.2 EMSTech ELMG 22.3 66 83 52 B D+54.69 –24 166 69ê Valspar 2.77 28.0 38 12 71 E B–35.5 Schlmn 3.2 UWBK 10. 26.5m 10ò +.4m 15o –1.1m 10o –1.o Lennox 2.6 ASMIntl ASMI 10.3 CHU 12.24 –.9 The9Ltd r NCTY 13.21 –6 766 6o 81 57 82 B C+21.4 DataDomn DDUP 24 47 33 B E 30.57 MnroM 1.3 30 34 32 B E 50.8 83 74 81 C D 51. .73 –2.5 Microsemi MSCC 20.8 r FLS .09 –1. BUILDING 99 88 91 B B+23.7 INTC 15.0 TrimblNv r TRMB 20.9 AMAT 12.70 EncorWi .17+248 15m 17o RPMIntl 5.3 11 30 2 B D–122 51 85 28 B D 58.01 –2.30 –4.52 –.82 –.5 Vimpel 3..21 –.67 +.4 CMP 54.74 –1.9 r KOP 22.42 –1.55 GenlCable BGC .1 HmFed 2.1m 11o 90 71 90 D A–15.8 47 68 30 B B–27.11 –10 118 19ê 55 95 11 A E 56.34 UntdTech 2.5 MWV 14..3m 18o –15 22m 10ò –39 213 9ê +8 570 17o –44 7.02 –1.4 38 12 75 E C+19.06 –1..39 Goodyear GT 8.6 NSANY 9.72 –3.13 –1.23 –1.5 Comscope CTV 16.21 –.5m 8o 92 78 77 A B+38.8 r AAP 29.6 r SWK 35.54 iShThainya THD 23.3 RTN 49.7 CntryTel 10 CTL 26.15 –46 20 76k 45 9 54 C A–20.6 Websns WBSN .1 47 68 72 E D–23.7 11 41 8 C C+93.10 –.1 WWW 54.41 19.8 r VAL 19.26 50 83 39 C E 36.3 IPHS 20.04 –2.45 –16 140 7o ApogeE 3.1 J2GlblC r JCOM 16..4 34 69 20 B E 138 47 78 28 B E 26.6 CCU ConstelA STZ ConstellB STZB Diageo 4.42 –1.90 –3.10 +19 110 89ê DrewIndu r DW 12.7 83 80 69 B C 56.89 –3.3m 9o 45 62 38 C D–32.0 r TU 33.4 NCR NCR 88 85 72 A C 36.51 65 80 42 B E 47.55 +40 1.22 –2.81 –24 725 12k Vulcan 3.71 +14 1.8 BTI BrownFrB 2.6 SanDisk SNDK 10.54 –24 585 14ê 36 46 37 C B–32..4 r RL SkechersA SKX SteveMdn SHOO Timberland r TBL TrueRelig TRLG UndrArmr UA 21.o 85 75 93 B C 18. INTERNET 90 74 91 B B–28.5m 9o 82 99 51 A D 30.97 –1.55 IntgrlSys ISYS 21.71 HomeInns HMIN 11.20 –.0 OceanFt 4.05 0 2.2 NTTDoCo 2.9 36 10 66 D B 19.57 –26 2.0 r SI 60.48 CNHGlobl 2.75 –49 241 13ò 28 30 34 E D 38.7 WTS 25.25 64 67 75 D C 25.14 –2.1m 12o –29 1.67 –66 428 12o 84 43 96 C B+18.88 ScottMG 1.48 –47 161 9ê SnapOn 3.6 AMX 31.52 –42 747 .3 Kearny 1. E 39.5 ATMI ATMI 13..11..25 +19 222 8ê 66 70 57 B B 23.29 +..9m 4o –.9 95 87 84 A D–47.2 Nokia 3.38 –17 496 22ê 97 77 92 C B+13.39 41.06 –15 1.2 r RAI UST 3.9 r BWA 23.64 –41 7.04 IcahnE 2.5 TelData 1.36 +45 855 99o –1. Investor’s Business Daily.50 –17 6.28 .68 +.99 –1.5 31 72 32 C E 43.02 –35 102 19ê –1.5 Cree r CREE 19.5m 24o –15 47 11k +7 329 4k –33 341 15o –36 7..8 53 21 80 E .71 –1.72 –59 263 .2 10 24 19 E E 40.5 27 50 30 E D 22.8 10 24 12 D E 31.0 69 96 39 B D 66.77 –1.51+130 4.1m 10o –33 2.0 r TM 80.51 ChoicHtl 2.5 GenTek GETI 17.2 Logitech r LOGI 56 86 27 A E 37.51 –.1 MMM 64.2m 8o –44 142 8o –15 677 8ê +25 322 7k –14 955 .65 –.68 –15 968 14ò –3. AGRICULTURE 47 86 26 B D–72.5 r BDK 48.8 AT&T 5.75 –1.3 FFBC 12.00 RylCarib 5.2 55 51 56 C C+54.0m 13o +.64 –1 1..4 TKC 13.7 27 23 51 D D 46.2 Netease r NTES 22.59 CallGolf 2.2 Overstk r OSTK 10.0 16 27 38 .5 Sohu.20 –34 19 4k 78 87 55 A C+33. 28.46 –50 177 .86 –29 35 6k MTZ 7.36 Navistar NAV 28.4 WestlkCh 1.1 79 61 94 C B+42.52 92 69 97 B B 76.52 25.84 –49 75 68o 79 67 83 B C+35.06 +18 135 10ê OwensC OC 17.27 –.0 r ALB 24.1 99 81 83 C A 39.08 –44 32 11ê –.8 LinearT 3.8 65 23 91 C B+28.6 THO 17.1 76 57 84 C C+33.90 +12 774 14o –2.26 DrmwksAm r DWA 28.65 +1.4 r NOC 46.6 46 56 46 B E 31.38 RockTen 1..0 AAON 1.47 KonPhlps 4.6 BCE BCE 30.6 41 46 42 C C+32.31 –4.8 44 74 22 A E 57.15 –29 178 37k 52-wk Dividend Close Vol% Vol P 46 19 81 D B–40.4 TRI 24.21 –44 130 6ê –.2 67 52 72 C B 20.2m 12ê –17 1.2 RKT .4m 8o +32 7.35 +17 6.80 –2.1 NYB 14.8 43 51 38 D E 56.7 r GNTX 9.9 r EMR 34.73 –53 293 47ê 66 72 57 A E 26.

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b–Bid.0077 +0.05 35.40 Jun 09 94.59 99.84 95.540 206.76 –4.08 72.36 –1.50 Jan 09 1.10 101.01 –5.320 Vol.487 181. 14.80 116.0 –19.615 184.01 –0.0048 Est.662 –576 –0.0 9129.48 99.175 HEATING OIL (NYM) – 42.964 Vol. It had risen $6.677 1305. ft.1 830.0059 1.64 Jan 09 71.5816 1.– cents per lb.859 538.0 865.00 394.565 7.20 54.47 98.11 94.61 96.0 –67.00 Dec 09 3.81 94. 88.05 91.207 +653 –1.75 –14.75 755. Merc Spot CopperCathodefull plate SilverHandy & Harman Platinumpertroyoz.20 196.938 95.80 Jan 09 20. 509.20 Est.322 533.0045 Est. 3.149 open int 723.34 Gold Londonmorningfixing Londonafternoon fixing NYHandy & Harman NYEngelhard NYMerc.2779 1.998 68.02 –4. 1 heavygrosston .027 +0.50 Jul 09 62 89.0159 0.70 35.55 +0.544 7.0 34 1037.8542 1.983 743.75 Est.00 116.322 +75 –24. 599 open int 6.8621 –0.15 +0.13 91.– cents per lb.05 Est.00 127.736 983.507 13.429 open int 77.33 96.00 643.0075 MEXICAN PESO (IMM) – 500.774 7.25 447.14 71.50 Dec 09 15.25 965.00 Dec 08 40.97 96.39 90.45 99.498 94.8 –22.65 217.000 79.22 89.8 825.63 Est.8 833.80 95.0077 SWISS FRANC (IMM) – 125.30 up12.44 88.25 200.0795 0.00 May 09 12.813 7.8 –19.31½ .464 76.221 +815 BRITISH POUND (IMM) – 62.00 487. 7.22 402. 2008 Season High Low Grains WHEAT (CBOT) – 5.000 lbs.00 305.356 755.75 7.– dollars per troy oz.lb.50 479.94 13.501 7.88 753.90 71.50 55.940 May 09 97.318 34. Mercantile Exchange.75 145.077 113-07 113-10 113-03 113-07 Est.0 1963. Vol.00 Mar 09 1. CME: Chicago Mercantile Exchange.00 Mar 10 9. 1.492 21.00 53.92 Sep 12 58.2 638 196. the first U.60 450.0 –40.– cents per lb.90 238.47 94.74 81.3 –35.10 434.0685 Dec 08 43.858 71.72 64.000 lbs.150 9100.30 276.673 1037. 1.30 83.44 96.8 –12.6780 0.00 571.50 19.5 1050.69 64.40 –45.2 105.50 May 09 959 101.032 +0.75 Est.101 209.27 96.246 78. of 100 pct.226 92.0 2130.85 13.00 554.5 2121.30 125.537 115-09 115-20 114-28 115-14 115-00 107-31 Mar 09 23.0 9340.75 Sep 09 780 985.976 –891 105. Vol.048 58.8 –17.80 202.25 95.3 303.50 747.80 –1.103 83.90 May 10 9. 90.116 36.2973 1.930 7.7759 Sep 09 1.0 9305.60 204.25 581.00 –2.64 May 09 39.0 1051.20 1021.907 0.45 Apr 09 805 192.00 648.50 162.7 99.50 Feb 10 36 94.105 –10.00 87.00 574.8 833.00 167.551 Vol.99 Dec 11 94.50 Jan 09 5.382 1.25 707.40 62.0 –54.773 129.000 gallons– dollars per gallon CMX: Comex division of Nymex.0 838.3 1150. 3.15 314.8625 0.6950 0.515 7.30 Feb 09 824 86.824 12.00 763.556 1.78 Jul 09 4.40 –13.2772 1.29 99.0082 +0. 25.75 129.93 86.05 396.00 218. AluminumperlbN.00 Dec 08 21.00 Mar 09 20. WheatNo.872 116.159 Vol.50 107.794 94.00 Mar 09 16.0 9050.0 Jul 09 8.10 285.0 1051.25 93.80 278.20 770.00 464.00 611.2926 +0.10 Mar 09 34.5333 1.85 Oct 09 na 101.55 184.00000 Est.595 –3.489 613.75 119.259.07 +0. strict low middling Raw Products NaturalGasHenry Hub.097 107-30 108-01 107-24 108-00 0. $ per A $ 0.00 169. 2. 2 Chi soft WheatN.426 Vol.20 118.80 426.75 96.31 93.0 Sep 09 na 9340.022 +0.481 183.50 –0.80 97.8567 0.045 +0.17 102.0086 1.50 956. Vol.00 Oils Foods (NYBT) – 10 metric tons– $ per ORANGE JUICE (NYBT) – 15.4855 1. 26 Vol.932 Vol.5 NASDAQ RUSSELL INDEX 100 2000 (CME) INDE (CME) – $100 (CME) – – $20 500 x index 812.95 88.0015 1.05 Est.60 278.49 +0.00 483.152 –0. 155.03 99.0 COFFEE C (NYBT) – 37.– cents per lb.96 93.50 643.000 Euros.6915 0.01 220.25 –2.337 NATURAL GAS (NYM) – 10.25 558.0 13084 7945. Vol.70 71.25 117. 540.0 546.0 178.93 62. 198.38 142.892 215.11 99.06 70.09 Nov 08 Dec 08 Jan 09 Mar 09 Jun 09 Sep 09 Dec 09 Mar 10 Jun 10 Sep 10 Dec 10 Mar 11 144.1117 0.50 1600. 60.36 95.10 556. 628.50 64.50 877.430 7.1 1052.10 554.00 629.49 38.790 1. KBOT: Kansas City Board of Trade.80 54.– cents per oz.251 112-29 113-17 112-22 113-06 Est.429 7.3096 1. Vol.655 99.5865 +0.75 904.00 68.60 706.nq–Not Quoted.00 Mar 09 40.944 219. Vol.40 11.112 property of Chicago Mercantile Exchange Inc.3215 Dec 08 67. $ per peso 0.77 94.3% over a four-week period ended in October. 69.4929 –0. cocoa and sugar closed lower in New York.45 147.10 735.80 76.615 open int 169. Vol.98 –3. Steelscrap No.500 7.25 +0. Grains CornNo.50 Dec 09 745 94.50 May 09 18. Vol.684 289.50 1650.21 95.19 –0.2 +24.661 1.000 CWT– 22.095 +0.14 99.827 934.50 60. 139.00 Mar 09 238.00 6.72 11.20 Nov 08 1.7 1048. open int 3. Vol.20 2150.51 Dec 09 19.941 Vol.78 16.5 895. Vol.0 9175.11 212. NYM: N.00 266.0 –430.75 585.0078 –0.9 –13.45 22.92 96.20 755. Vol.87 94.40 739.133 –7.3 GOLD (CMX) – 100 troy oz.103 69. Vol. 224 Vol.25 443.00 167.98 6.61 219.265 –232 +2.822 180.236 1.0 2122.59 95. 97.260 11.68 16.90 –14.6783 0.99 69.0 –12. Vol.991 Vol.8700 0.0 11865 7984.00 236.10 204.285 832.75 184. S&P INDEX MINI INDEX (CME) – (CME) – 50 x index 1620. 13.366 +12.075 100.15 Nov 08 1.45 13.393.75 201.513 7.265 +178 HOGS LEAN (CME) – 40.94 Jan 10 15.955 95. Vol.0786 0.401 94.193 1.17 118.90 –13.800.25 193.97 53.0 –413.70 468.25 479.– cents per lb.4 1065.75 102.68 Aug 09 2.99 –1.50 50.50 +32.90 93.19 99.0 Mar 09 138 9450.114 rights reserved.634 7. Vol.00 222.00 185.75 165.90 –14.077 1.00 400.088 9169.5993 Mar 09 785 0.060 986. While world leaders counted on Obama.90 105.72 97.767 1.88 0.75 936.0 1318.5 14 1031.0 Dec 08 44.0 9390. The declines came after data showed private-sector employers cutting the most jobs last month in six years.8 Dec 08 350. 28.20 94.20 123.38 12.755 220.5843 1.20 SOYBEAN MEAL (CBOT) – 100 tons– dollars per ton 177.25 826.20 Mar 09 21.0 –7.52 96.34½ .8630 +0.60 99.00 87.0 13084 8003.00 391.8594 0.298 415.806 open int 107.90 77.716 open int 706.0046 0.05 Sep 09 768 21.546 7. $ per pound 2.134 open int 2.75 86.50 443.80 94.75 Sep 11 123.24 51.491 7.02 Futures Tumble Despite Weaker Dollar As Traders Mull Jobs Data. gold for December settled down $14.337 645.5931 +0.64 Apr 09 35.5680 1.00 Sep 09 968 987.153 +105 +076 5 YEAR TREASURY (CBOT) – $100.49 11.25 99.10 772.907 90.50 88.75 611.43 99.40 99.07 +0.19 98.50 183.585 Vol. 34.58 38. 3.5 1046.45 94.13 +0.908 –1.823 7.64 95.6093 1.000 lbs.10 81.75 94.70 103.40 Est.00 3273.000 bu minimum– cents per 1636.4 1065.36 85.00 286.4244 –0.10 73.753 114-31 116-00 113-24 115-08 +1–06 Est.790 212.9 1045.00 502. 404. wheat fell 35 1/4 cents to $5. as Barack Obama’s historic win in the presidential election failed to assuage investor concerns about the deteriorating world economy.320 12.0 183.85 –55.3 1025.40 –15. Wednesday’s fall followed official data showing that U.10 May 09 54.20 88.80 Est.659 14.027 +0. 66.0790 0. Vol.06 +0.0 1050.25 92.0060 10.3 –32.000 prin–pts & 32nds & a quarter 32nd 108-04 102-32 Dec 08 706.17 –0. Vol.22 89.47 +0.7 –27.4400 1.35 17.862 66.98 Sep 09 5.80 270.64 Jul 09 11.46 –0.20 +4.70 Aug 09 229 103.00 425.10 –17.96 398.03 95.51 87. November 5.65 91.3057 1.80 61.50 67.00 608.14 Dec 14 9.00 554.55 92.60 116.4030 Feb 09 8.571 537.67 92.00 993.79 38.53 94.530 +18 61.50 217.075 +0.4 Futures Tables & Charts Footnotes: –10.60 1648.2939 +0.5660 1.50 1006.8702 0.3 2258.063 1999.3 72.8664 0.000 bu minimum– cents per bushel 1284.00 61.25 143. Vol. 20.633 –719 CANADIAN DOLLAR (IMM) – 100.8693 0.25 72.00 935.50 956.05 65.35 75.243 880.940 95. .5 –74.50 455.50 Jul 09 16.57 Mar 16 3.75 79.45 –0. U.97 94.662 51.0 1030.71 May 09 9.420 438.14 99.630 12. –10.00 Dec 08 2.0 750.807 –45. 1.0 825.00 72. 118.50 100.00 550.000 bd.174 8.70 Mar 09 2.99 27.751 open int 763.70 101.10 Feb 09 566 745. Vol.53 69.5800 1.30 741.00 741. Price momentum equals rate of change of high.00 Jul 09 29.20 82.28 –2.8663 0.80 291. 183. Vol.807 7.5 1043.35 93.90 119.– cents per lb.98 –3.90 Jan 09 2115.89 Dec 08 52.776 –575 JAPANESE YEN (IMM) – 12.249 7.20 102.50 192.000 prin–pts & 32nds & a half 32nd 115-20 106-04 Dec 08 1.528 2.39 66.83 94.80 79.61 230.19 93.577 94.0 555. 386 Vol.10 103. which often pushes investors to buy commodities as a hedge against inflation.3 Mar 09 7 1318.45 50.49 Jun 09 19.3 825.50 903.17 +0.816 94.20 102.376 Vol.00 245.85 –14.0033 1. Vol.0237 1.40 955. Porkbellies12–14 lbMidwest avcwt SILVER (CMX) – 5.40 83.70 94.85 9.249 –74.70 21.223 +901 NASDAQ 100 x index 2355.0 12475 7265.585 913.70 85.86 141.36 –2.20 86.50 +3.358 open int 615.049 36.00 195.2936 1. 4.0029 1.82 6.90 69.00 760.25 219.99 95. 23.198 17.0 –46.30 398.02 73. 599 Vol.446 1045.71 70. –55.0 1003.25 714. 128 open int 7.0 876.00 93.0 –513.56 224.00 May 09 8.3026 2341 5564 13.50 98.31 16.44 97.40 250.791 open int 126.90 32.954 212.855 948.0 Dec 08 106.40 65.86 95.50 1640.981 2092.8712 0. 55.20 181.761 +331 +22.00 Mar 09 9. open int 21.675 Vol.20 269.60 Mar 09 20.00 434.470 7.00 Mar 09 7.70 11.75¼ 8.00 916.72 56.6924 –0.40 568.8599 0.934 Vol.15 Dec 10 61.10 –0.80 21.8 545.5106 1.00 81.00 307.330.890 Mar 09 269.00 278. 517 Vol.3 –45.65 95. x NIKKEI 1000 $5 x nsa 15710 7030.11 99.90 265. Vol.6 Est.70 May 09 2.64 Dec 08 73.581.10 May 09 17. The Reuters-Jefferies CRB Index.0 Dec 09 6.30 –4.25 99.20 219. 133.50 414.B10 FUTURES THURSDAY.70 680.83 95.282 open int 169.075 –10. 1.q.30 3. after signs that Saudi Arabia and other OPEC members had cut oil exports.0 1994.71 66.737 EURODOLLARS (IMM) – $1 million–pts of 100 pct.70 272.2 15.0111 0. 37.600 Feb 09 41.941 54.24 146.784 Vol.738 open int 125.33 76.9 –10.00 603.59 421.00 33. 1.90 277. open int 3.941 72.039 Vol.0 Est.10 400.015 –10.441 8. a global commodities benchmark that tracks 19 futures markets.0717 Nov 08 20 0.443 7. Vol.00000 107-26 104-22 Mar 09 114 107-03 107-05 107-02 107-05 0.74 96.5 1060.75 412. Vol.64 Jun 09 14.76 –0.59 –0.49 34.17 +0. CME market data is the 3.8 181.1033 0.695 1304.00 Jun 09 18.08 –0.70 118.300 46.108 Dec 08 92.90 Dec 08 286.50 220.75 593.9523 0.0039 1.50 220.8 2091.66 36. Vol.50 up12.2 –45.00 Sep 09 na 569.0076 –0.476 Vol.75 93.20 2155.605 91.72 94.40 433.12 –5.8724 0.570 Dec 09 26.00 1140.8501 Mar 09 1.028 1.656 –22.91 13.653 0.6 Est.762 663.298 –770 147.15 99. $ per mm btu 100. Vol.60 12.574 20.500 pounds.025 Oct 09 31.246 94.0996 0.8925 10.48 416.148 open int 1.05 211.94 65.00 145.010 987. 60.55 6.00 Mar 09 432 1020.075 378.4507 1.90 36.358 1.0 Mar 09 43.25 –0.00 79.5150 Jun 09 1.00 955.00 471.90 cents at $1.00 81. 5.81 95.68 15.840 +473 96.46 85 742.00 69.00 Mar 09 74.00 Est.00 434. Coffee.658 7.50 107.75 939.87 94..S.544 +0.77 94. Cornoilcrude wet/drymill Chi.98 35.43 74.308 10 YEAR TREASURY (CBOT) – $100.70 191.434 36..00 Apr 09 58 745.8 2091.94 69.18 n.66 96.00 –1.541 12.00 95.923 Vol.88 71 86.4 99.738 2090.000 lbs.85 94.90 180.50 747.5 –21..80 234.50 246.80 76.828 7.0 1031.135 +0.365 +1.81 Est.75 194.058 777.46 215.35 74.10 Jan 09 1. 94.46 –4.30 –14.0 1978.923 31.65 14.78 68.5 943.0 Mar 09 727 9066.15 95.17 +0.29 95.96 –1. 7.04 31.899 92.– cents per lb.0041 1.0218 1.93 13.84 Mar 13 48.80 –4.90 Dec 08 57.797 226.964 +248 34. 700. 63.75 86.95 +0.423 218.59 147.69 68.23 34.50 444.50 84.98 9.70 192.327 open int 38.90 554.115 36.5 897.75 432.50 983.75 602.50 181.0 9305.328 14.95 Feb 09 59.038 560.40 744.9 80. Vol.70 109.424 126.87 94.977 Sep 09 16.90 –14.62 95.84 –7.8 –12.11 MINI GOLD (CBOT) – 33.0 +33.865 95.89 Jul 10 10.5572 1.252.952 Vol.5187 Mar 09 3.3 –35. returning to mid-$60 levels and erasing the bulk of Tuesday’s 10% gain.52 off14.8614 0.50 1638.56 75. cents per gal 30 DAY FEDERAL FUNDS (CBOT) – $5 million– pts.114 223.022 428.06 95.75 613.559 608.50 Mar 09 2.61 90.3645 Jan 09 32.38 49.92 96.50 Est.10 70.72 94. OatsNo.0 lbs.00 Jul 09 1.4 99.09 36.0 675.65 87.10 13.6 856.50 80.2327 Mar 09 26.2972 +0.50 up12.00 192.20 281.1 +24.889.661 486. and its licensors.942 Vol.11 +0.89 Dec 12 54.0 –32.25 Oct 09 3.50 580.75 194.– $ per 1.24 –4.02 +0.25 SUGAR–WORLD 11 (NYBT) – 112.525 573.0 518.25 36.3 +22.640 8.0 497.38 .0118 1.83 94. Soybeans finished down 54 3/4 cents at $8.– cents per lb.50 72.862 254.110 of Trade.26 96.00 97.Y.85 99.3 PALLADIUM (NYM) – 100 troy oz– dollars per oz 608.8639 +0.80 97.36 Mar 09 16.45 –54.00 263.50 223.083 1.25 185. 2.00 408.372 +748 EURO – 125.20 234.75 483.23 at $65. 2.40 –14.567 213. Vol.00 65.132 219.904 99.624 94.510 66.15 Mar 09 36.0 9450.15 85.94 205.9 702.50 624.25 184.8513 0.70 95.069 +12 –25..5 859.823 +483 MINI DOW JONES (CBOT) – $5 x DJIA index 13875 7878.25 401.70 Jan 09 126. Vol.00 255. 983 Vol.000 lbs.50 –12.06 Jun 11 187.382 94.60 68.00 76. 70.95 98.780 Vol.497 287.14 +0.058 1000 +0.20 741.0 717.00 up12.765 –4.0 1311.97 37.798 182.45 95.10 97.35 +2.00 822.8661 0.96 95.00 Oct 09 104.8590 0.64 Mar 09 41.3 1392.465 open int 8.8577 1.583 94.50 Apr 09 657 100. $permmbtu 6.989 open int 1.00 84.182 Vol.25 200.86 Mar 14 14. 64.95 77.82 Apr 09 7.994 1.9965 0.43 –0. 1 yellow SoybeanMealCenIll 48pctprotein–ton WheatNo.22 1028.546 75.0 1306.09 414. Vol.395 7. 1.60 192.900 Aug 09 18.10 880.3026 2315 5492 13.50 289.53 43.40 181.50 71.623 +233 –47.1 1055.761 93.25 455.783 36.768 1047. +0.77 13.20 757.20 33.17 6.31 95.37 1/4 a bushel.4 99.0194 1.0 –412. 26.q.00 82.166 278.0 1136. 22.00 75.25 254.03 88.00 235.4756 1.10 MINI SILVER (CBOT) – 1.40 788.– cents per troy oz.70 Apr 09 19.015 –427 per lb. Crude oil settled down more than 7%. Board 3.85 Dec 11 26.8308 Dec 08 39. New York-traded copper settled down 7%.76¾ 5.6 Indexes S&P COMP.50 94.96 13.5 –35.21 58.12 –10.00 770.00 476.52 219.30 94. 61.260 8. Vol.213 746.0 2010.00 Dec 08 49.161 13.50 SUGAR 14 (NYBT) – 112.00 101.15 184.56 61.86 Aug 09 3.0 1910.00 Feb 09 20.63 13.64 Nov 08 107.42 Apr 09 36.786 +9.00 182.00 Mar 09 na 556.06 97.211 –1.96 66.67 Jun 13 28.00 65.0927 0.0 –460.25 604.48 97.25 364.8 Est.00 Jul 09 41. Vol.0 –6.95 97.00 755.76 15.00 475.95 71.60 747. $ per 100 yen 1.0 875.97 84.686 Vol.465 open int 30.50 13.31 65.09 208.241.35 119. 454.50 15.0173 0.815 307.30 91.601 1377.12 +0.00 191. Even a weaker dollar.00 Est.17 +0.657 Vol. 17.0 1050.0 752.540 Jan 09 105.00 77.25 166.30 –0.67 +0.92 99.73 –0.00 Dec 08 4.75 628.13 +0.65 Dec 08 84.530 120.50 103.743 +905 RUSSELL index 835. Vol.0 1308. 22. copper — a barometer of the world economy — has lost more than half its value since hitting record highs above $4 a pound on Comex and nearly $9.282 68. 39.75 94.5 246 82.875 Vol.86 436.0 2095.58 91.216 115-04 115-24 114-23 115-15 118-00 108-27 Mar 09 4.193 7.490 May 09 34.919 open int 28.03 98.759 open int 15.64 219.21 146.97 250 x index 1629.S.40 569.41 89.232 280. Est.Y.8190 a pound.3 PORK BELLIES (CME) – 40.80 21.00 1135.545 952.937 95.06 97.0 Dec 08 26.027 +0.27½ 7.30 515.0 681.87 96.321.017 427.7 Est.20 198. 439.00 1557.22 95.98 –1.64 Dec 08 80. 794.6950 0.0 575.25 200.60 274.693 960.33 43.97 95.40 72.0 Est.0039 2.230 open int 88.00 Dec 10 26.9 1060.95 35.81 Est.00 958.75 642.03 Aug 09 22.700 7. Coffee medlinex–dock NY perlb.85 38.50 86.50 73.075 35.685 9174.80 +0.00 457.015 41.42 34.75 Est.5 99.60 95.10 277.19 96. 790 open int 8.81 index +0.60 76.00 Dec 09 16.0103 0.7 99.2326 Dec 08 140.0 1163.0 1845.467 –21.47 95.2344 Jun 09 1. 2008 Season Open High Low Interest Open High Low Close Chg. $ per Euro 1.000 prin–pts & 32nds & a half 32nd 119-11 107-22 Dec 08 1.36 35.270 99.00 942.30 66.000 gal.646 94.63 35.80 Sep 09 38 103. mirroring equity markets. 22.55 –14.37 216.36 217.88 Jan 09 3.085 +0.95 72.091 81.0151 1.75 985. 2.42 –4.260 7.15 89.00 580.30 78.245 99.4584 –0.695 Jun 09 21.8604 Dec 08 121. Vol.78 16.94 153.155 +0.70 Jun 09 23 744.90 873.60 745.0 1979.3028 1.40 –15.3 390.0 1377.16 94.70 69. did not help. $ per Cdn.65 Dec 08 93.06 96.50 33.375 957.5713 1.17 95.15 395.22 90.5 944. 2.0 533.104 0.5 761.70 Dec 09 97.48 20.405 14.80 222.80 218.578 open int 115.21 12.60 Jan 09 12.1096 0.43 20.45 221.50 Est.125.20 568.90 Mar 11 13.165 +0.000 troy oz.3 –74.03 54.128 194. 302.15 511.40 94.3 847.85 91.95 US DOLLAR INDEX (NYBT) – 104.737 337. Oil prices have slumped by more than half since hitting a record high above $147 a barrel in July.0 9310.823 397.00 30.32 –0.3 –0.87 95.94 94.948 282.68 HI GRADE COPPER (CMX) – 25.11 98.237.8 –22.75 91. Vol. Vol.00 99.743 540. Vol.50 94. indicated when % F (dark line) crosses % S (thin line).6 +32.0 9100.970 1049.29 94.80 512.156 9.97 Mar 12 98.60 176.91 98.75 941.40 Dec 09 11.069 580.30 277.45 1.330 220.7740 Jun 09 1.389 648.0 Dec 08 30.34½ .645 –5.0077 –0.00 May 09 6.90 32.50 –22.589 187.141 open int 41.000 bd.00 103.75 103.970 open int 107.50 456.5 1308.69 146.000 lbs.75 –14.925 99.25 1275.00 196.28 78.5 850.56 66.7 99.00 741.65 95.00 225.08 97.75 Nov 08 3.25 667.75 1126.70 23.110 1050.37 93.849 –6.5 million yen.50 955.888 Vol. 5.24 Jan 09 63.16 16.652 462.39 95.67 –4.09 95. 170 Vol.15 16.00 94.0 2051.79 95. ROUGH RICE (CBOT) – 2. 2123.39 92.83 94.0 688.70 94.80 192.31 37.357 7.00 Dec 08 181.0 Mar 09 3 9310.0 522.60 181.999 open int 67. 64.30 Dec 08 3.036 15.00070 0.274 8.7 NY HARBOR GAS BLEND (NYM) – 42.0 1311.97 92.67 50.70 21.08 +0.659 7.00 May 09 130 85.027 +0.0 1165.0265 +0. High Low CORN (CBOT) – 5.02 +0. Vol.04 –10.0 824.05 95.0 1049.31½ .20 70.065 +0.211 99.2 79.30 –51.545 1.00 Sep 09 23.288 449. 75.00 98.400 7.0 –507. r–Revised.35 May 09 9.30 4.18 31.00 941.70 742.85 121.21 Dec 13 11.177 7.52 –0.90 Nov 09 33 16. and that demand for fuel was down 2.17 85.5 Est.30 101.2 713.80 72.10 213.0 1388.q.62 73.15 Mar 15 17.15 119.08 95. SoybeanoilcrudeDecatur lb.00 305.50 Oct 09 1.40 289.11 98.30 413.9 16.20 99.042 +0.30 –5.00 86.– cents 81.114 742.00 498.452 open int 19.75 61.30 a barrel.8614 0. investors waited to see his choice of Treasury secretary to oversee a $700 billion program for recapitalizing wobbly U.53 16.215 1024.500 Apr 09 56.000 lbs.05 .5740 1.00 Dec 08 395.167 0.78 94.000 dollars.00 283.9 +33.6 855.95 118.480 825.309 open int 8.50 668.00 199. Vol.825 Jul 09 19.65 129.53 71.0 9129.03 –0.44 Est.00 –14.03 Sep 09 16.Y.981 237.00 645.3 77.0786 –0.13 Jun 14 7.0037 Est.18 –3.35 97.08 –2.15 93..00 83.00 191.73 96.0 Jun 09 516 9390.320 open int 282.00 479. financial institutions and buying distressed assets.25 1112.25 816.0 2170.00 93.5 Est.0 1072.00 735.681 open int 169.00 765. 1.88 13.6 –10.70 289.77 101.80 Nov 08 1293.35 48.75 69.94 38.984 217.00 209.464 Vol.64 Feb 09 69.50 87. 323.5 1003.7686 Dec 08 98. Vol.0077 +0.5 –22.67 95.9550 2.25 98.20 Est.0 +32.50 476.00 739.539 7.27 94. 2 heavyorBetter Key Commodity Futures Crude on the New York Mercantile Exchange settled down $5.78 76. 17.0 3220.153 +803 Financials US TREASURY BONDS (CBOT) – $100.666 –643 0.95 Jul 09 1.787 Vol.00 123.386 67.5 –30.17 97.50 298.8533 Jun 09 290 0.10 FEEDER CATTLE (CME) – 50.70 277.70 254. IMM: International Monetary 3.00 168.80 21.07 Apr 09 31.828 13.00 380.00 927.50 94.560 Mar 09 71.80 97.0 9635.62 Jul 09 26.353 –308 894.000 bu minimum– cents per bushel High Low 799.20 92.00 263.– dollars per troy oz.979 744.176 open int 303.744 7.260 1.40 919.10 –0.0 9612.05 94.80 –0.25 +1.9 1035.5 181.4 99.8706 0.00 1255.00 613.60 Jan 10 163 282.0 874.8961 Mar 09 1.14 Est.20 AUSTRALIAN DOLLAR (IMM) – 100.00 Jul 09 14.0790 –0.022 +186 Open Interest Open High Low Close Chg.902 89.25 94. 123.587 956. 1 economy.00 390.0189 1.75 605.00 Jan 09 37.058 97.00 201.81 Sep 14 7.692 open int 94.00070 Est.88 86.00 Jul 11 307 476.02 94.65 100. 3.10 May 09 15.052 open int 26.02 95.40 79.3 Season Open Season Interest Open High Low Close Chg. Woods And Fibers +9.0 1168.50 85.56 51.6166 1.5 225 Mini AVGS.00 533.94 3/4 a bushel.3 –19.89 97.94 –4.80 885.0 2124.92 97.00 Est.30 88.859 1054.60 770.75 72.00 92.00 977.50 250.139 –15. (NYBT) (CME) – – $50 .75 1649.989 –132 Meats CATTLE (CME) 40.88 223.800 7.0188 Est.8647 0.00 1135.00 Jul 09 6.05 93.131 12.35 83.29 210. Vol.0 +10. Vol.69 97.501 945.10 92. Like oil.0 1021.98 –1.8539 0.3 1306.72 94.961 –3.00 641.85 89.66 205.15 –14.5 Est.660 7.41 97.95 6.08 36.312 11.270 +118 +10 2 YR. 1.206 1.00 880.75 129.65 71.74 13.80 Dec 13 13.0 1061.40 998.50 n.70 537.274 open int 352.000 bbl.523 1.0999 0.2747 1.75 Dec 09 117.0 –67.00 230.80 305.00 74.3 –74.0793 0.00 +0.84 13.0 2137.8621 Est.50 279.00 402.10 192.755 95.80 Dec 08 7.40 1657.31 95.90 at $742.75 Mar 09 83.00 755.57 96. 223.99 48.95 16.4 –46.97 –1.45 Feb 09 46.75 94.55 May 09 24.00 231.3 2258.11 95.00 74.25 420.30 +9.14 +0.75 183. Vol.10 98.00 Feb 09 32.241 629.25 470.00 Jan 09 164.25 100.02 95.106 open int 13.44 95.0 bushel 3217.642 2.90 74.00 59.15 +0.50 417.90 236.35 153.30 85.S.476 85.97 98.58 52.00 Jul 09 122 236.565 7.62 15.85 –55. Vol.287 192.41 210.36 99.00 Dec 12 30.397 99.000 mm btu's.88 Mar 10 11.10 Oct 09 68.05 –0.0 2078.5 1311.10 101.1 dk 14pc–proMpls.000 lbs.43 21.456 7.98 –1.42 –0.00 99.21 74.62 64.50 Apr 09 518 877.20 486.8676 0.5831 +0.56 144.17 +0.5 +32.90 Nov 08 879 15.06 97. 84 open int 1.96 May 09 504 16.6898 –0.650 open int 63.9675 1.40 740.077 Vol.710 +3. U.99 59.9345 Dec 09 4 1.00 Mar 09 4.80 217.772 7.80 1008.00 110.93 95.50 97.714 962.20 431.0881 1.43 95.037 +0.43 19.65 Dec 08 40.28 75.50 –10.90 Est.00 94.75 165.000 oz.00 92.0 –430.50 941.0 1040.75 Nov 09 40.0993 0.00 79. Copper for delivery in three months on the London Metal Exchange closed down $280 at $4.50 Dec 09 3.75 –32.00 1644. 39.0 1299.70 66.5916 1.86 96.00 250.20 69.88 404.109 630.830 7. 428.00 408.25 999.22 51.9 –10.0078 –0.25 533.44 99.095 –10.14 +0.617 7.50 279.9652 0.30 896. 2180.8 –18.0034 1.031 Vol.159 open int 16.17 +0.0 Est.23 95. n.5 –74.85 96.2 troy oz.96 222. open int 16.580 1.50 Dec 08 129.70 21.8599 0. 118.53 87.216 50.31 96.80 77.67 95.00 1540.00 May 09 6.0936 0.084 95.846 Vol.057 271.30 Jun 10 27.1 1060.40 77.40 438.40 Est. – –5.25 Nov 09 12.0 1138.73 53.46 6.869 open int 999.252 –132 COTTON 2 (NYBT) – 50.80 Sep 09 2.70 71.75 420.658 123.49 72.98 97.86 56.50 3228.53 215.76 277.97 95.a.55 79.60 110.71 90.0 758.75 985.254 1.21 65.40 Jan 09 18.75 Jun 09 5.00 +3.0 689. Vol.000 a metric ton on the LME in July.174 +1.92¼ 7.751 12.0 1065.18 OATS (CBOT) – 5. 3.680 12. instead of declining as analysts had expected.10 Nov 08 265.5 2205.80 Dec 09 452 68.7770 Dec 09 497 0.0 –414.075 +0.50 Est.50 926.57 –0.0 –61.17 –0.00 Feb 10 34 71.996 116-08 117-12 115-00 116-20 +1–09 122-20 109-22 Mar 09 9.565 8.65 Mar 09 28.0 1969.5911 1.95 95.57 44.65 230.S.95 –14.00 746.409 195.0 508.60 Dec 09 12. .7143 1.3 833. 3.008 Vol. 44.40 180.0 Dec 08 63.077 85.75 –0.31 95.36 –4.82 97.31 95.00 279.0 2052.45 1.65 72.79 13.8 571.9 +0.75 148.00 May 09 1.970 Jul 09 104.532 73.32 Aug 09 6.145 605. 168.614 +4.81 Sep 13 20.30 4.470 +12 428.42 95.08 Dec 08 36.82 85.369 95.15 Sep 09 3.80 70.77 Est.20 752.756 91. soybeans and corn all slid about 6% each. 1 hard KC.50 220. 36.86 97.7782 1.00 +0.50 767.50 Est.40 182.60 198.058 +1.80 209.965 498.329 957.95 94.00 1002.60 102.457 1025. 208 Vol.91 99.0 9520.700 Vol.95 169.25 446.05 82.0 867.25 716. wheat.74 70.64 97.80 239.9 SOYBEAN OIL (CBOT) – 60.00 46.8 948.14 +0.04 14.81 92.00 Mar 09 100 83. 226.75 893.4 –10.00 956.0881 1. NY(contract) PlatinumMerc spotper troyoz.87 –4.000 pesos.65 231.55 404. Vol.5 –10.31 92.00 495.22 94.75 Aug 09 1. $ per franc 1.15 Est.70 41.0 1046.978 Charts: Daily future prices are displayed with price momentum and volume.10 –55.8 –18.32 86. Spot Prices Food FlourhardwinterKC cwt Coffeeparanaex–dock NYperlb.15 91.31 16.25 457.08 13.93 –3.30 +0.55 224.25 471.000 francs.25 94.576 Vol. For Wednesday.802 212.50 431.728 35.00 1653.028 269. 16.15 182.96 13.16 +0.00 67.25 95.07 +0.7727 Mar 09 4.75 1008.498 –10.0 1997. Metals WHEAT (KBOT) – 5.466 12.430 Est. dlr 1.8 Jun 09 5 1311.22 94.5 1013.50 948. 129 Vol.030 +0.475 53.67 94.75 –35.479 7.20 Est.02 –0.06 6.5 1311.40 956.75 Feb 09 2.854 8.624 760.60 354.2 –27.105 +0. Vol. 97.027 1.61 213.894 0.90 246.0 9305.0144 0.883 594.033 –10. 15.25 711.47 72.00 Dec 10 10.50 Aug 09 4.90 Jan 09 1.0 1296.2 DJ INDUSTRIALS (CBOT) – $10 x Dow Jones Industrial Average 13875 7900.50 952.496 12.144 open int 488.00 113.0 14700 7265.877 212.0 2074.28 Dec 10 889 65.00 202.973 open int 216.17 11.168 open int 159.99 96.q.081 460.85 12.00 1275. Vol.8 1389.171 1.50 84.0 9080.56 97.562 2021.12 60.00 93.0 1050.5 1001.20 Jun 09 5.188 1.916 open int 634.941 open int 253.389 7.00 Sep 09 2.60 36.236 –4. 150.43 20.54 96.9158 Jun 09 3.00 90.14 95.0203 1.80 lb. 5.407 182.0 9635.18 Aug 10 620 231.64¾ 5. NOVEMBER 6.19 85. mirroring the fall on Wall Street.75 196.044 +0.30 435.35 71.50 216.80 97.00 914.0 1050.25 +0.45 Mar 09 1.50 115.00 Jul 10 2.COM Open Interest Open High Low Close Chg.6886 1.4 –46.44 Jul 09 22.0 1054.05 Dec 08 11.93 148.90 83.20 +0.19 1046.156 71.747 1072.34 86.09 Dec 15 11.9 694. 74.5224 Dec 08 111.00 416.62 209.00 Jun 09 17.05 Dec 08 63.87 65.0034 Est.85 –0..430 11.0 1153.052 85. 1.00 Dec 09 31 769.27 +0.90 740.46 n.25 96.347 7.09 70.95 –1.40 7.25 99.35 74.47 428.66 15. Vol.884 958.00 846.50 32.94 Jun 12 73.00 1155.9 +31.0 181.0 9305.8 SOYBEANS (CBOT) – 5.00 85.16 212.61 226.69 91.051 –82.5 15.70 38.307 35.602 open int 218.90 180.863 2059.344.00 84. highlighting the challenges President-elect Obama faces in fixing the world’s No. Vol.00 3214.50 May 09 64.000 bu minimum– cents per bushel COCOA 489. 38.000 prin– pts & 32nds of 100 pct 123-27 109-00 Dec 08 713.0092 1.6862 –0. 19.0 9155.9849 1. NYBT: N.0 1884.044 100.25 97.175 86.74 Jun 15 4.42 99.04 6.00 289.00 118. 15.0 9050.8664 0.31 277. while gold fell 2%.91 Mar 10 43.70 221.035 –55.99 95.60 36.90 34.56 37. Vol.2 dollars per CWT Est.50 Sep 09 6.524 open int 1.90 230.551 open int 145.195 952.00 Dec 08 2. Vol.75 716. 82.719 Vol. 7.35 99.57 96. 2 yellowChi processorbid SoybeansNo. Vol.7 77.00 663.2771 1.68 741.0 533.43 20.30 –19.90 Sep 09 3. gasoline stocks rose last week.00 Aug 09 672 193.30 182. 11 cents perlb HogsSiouxFalls47–50 pct 220–270 lb Feedercattle500–600 lbOkl avcwt CBOT: Chicago Board of Trade.50 199. 99.997 15.00 195.80 Est.09 12.417 16. 40.60 102.263 100.45 95.9 883.500 lbs.6995 0.28 91.53 95.40 772.00 641. Change of short-term price direction may be LUMBER (CME) – 110.75 705.95 Dec 08 16.72 –4.281 1.0786 0.075 +0.62 93.149 94.50 939. 11/04 15.3 1308.44 95.00 234.10 182.3 496.92 145.67 12.– dollars per troy oz.62 on Tuesday.00 431.45 Jul 09 4.30 –14.30 169.00 100.50 118.25 May 10 912 490.235 92. Vol. copper for December settled down 13.6 1040.07 16. 153.32 94.00 827.06 –0. Vol. Vol..80 899. TREASURY NOTES (CBOT) – $200.89 98.00 998.50 998.08 93. 174.02 34.– 576.326 76.48 Oct 09 1.931 84.00 209.000 lbs– cents per lb 74. its largest one-day gain since Sept.77 148.08 +0.276 Vol. 388. n–Normal.95 61.75 69.76 PLATINUM (NYM) – 50 troy oz.0 9061.47 95.00 –0.9 –12. black president.65 90.75 753.174 8.0 550.30 Dec 09 7.070 a metric ton after touching a session low of $3.392 Vol.77 11.8 –34.834 0.423 587.827 –153 115.25 713.817 –3.00 948.65 –0. 10.082 14.1 1037.00 391.17 101.30 126.458 230.00 Nov 08 7.0 1311.34 144.02 –10.70 278.85 387.8 1050.354 Vol.70 –25.027 +0.23 92.99 –1. Among industrial metals.927 open int 43.4 885.85 100.48 23.358 99. low and close for last 14 days.8550 1.08 210.50 n.70 219.94 –0.0 9090.25 753.013 208. lost more than 3%.4200 1.5 MINI x index 2355.27 98.0 565. 3.5 870. 34.61 97.761 274.40 an ounce in NewYork despite theweaker dollar.93 208.880 99.31 99.08 72.389 888.3 Mar 09 489 1306.5 1297.87 6.00 84.12 7.00 65.171 Vol.00 528.0198 1.00 1547.108 Market at CME.21 11.095 x 84.58 97.8620 +0.0 –60.48 413.5986 Dec 08 66.0 1932.70 Dec 08 Feb 09 Apr 09 May 09 Jun 09 Jul 09 Aug 09 Oct 09 71.303 0.00 407.016 +10.90 168. 16.60 765.60 +0.45 85.31 99. Obama Win BY REUTERS Commodities slumped across the board Wednesday. to guide international politics.15 190.852 7.–NotAvailable.5734 1.00 67.20 744.468 +1.25 101.3 1048.117 +55 LIGHT SWEET CRUDE (NYM) – 1.00 126.071 788.35 206.6013 1..000 dollars.0 –31.88 69.45 92.58 93.82 a–Asked.50 774.00 590.00 Est.15 195.0042 1.60 1441.25 218.23 89.0 9150.753 1.44 93. Cocoabeans IvoryCoast$metricton Cocoabutter Africanstyl$met ton SugarNo.00 470.50 113.92 Mar 09 51.74 22.20 86.50 180.00 Nov 10 4.2 947. ft.89 98.756 Vol.539 95.06 95.– dollars per bbl.50 407.689 +901 –74.10 737.65 169.10 Jan 09 15.6390 Apr 09 11.00 Jul 10 4.97 97.621 213. Vol.05 –0.4 +3.78 11.38 Nov 09 1.81 97.707 +152 INVESTORS.25 956.52 93.30 36.08 13.10 May 09 493 234.50 626.99 9.00 280.29 Jun 09 Est.S.48 ton 146. Vol.35 74.50 Oct 09 1.60 956.35 117.50 568.34 22.50 238.23 215.970.00 238.25 –14. 15.00 Dec 08 599.80 239.78 144.80 284. All 3.918 1.4 99.25 601.5 –30.0 9080.0751 0.0 1957. In Chicago’s agricultural markets.8614 0.810 94.25 Est. 40.47 +0.75 +2.46 65.576 open int 308.112 922.12 –0.72 Sep 15 2.50 84.0 +33.30 765.8612 0.283 281.50 2109.50 181.281 95.53 –4. 226.95 123.094 1048.667 0.81 47.0 2051.750 Vol.48 Jul 09 13.10 9.5 –34.20 –15.50 Dec 10 2.00 Sep 09 1.720 7. corn ended down 22 3/4 cents at $3.571 7.00 83.0265 1.5 851.78 16.813 Vol.19 99.105 Wed Tue Metals 11/05 15.55 163.144 13.71 142.1 S&P index MIDCAP 400 (CME) – 500 x 960.75 71.291 13.78 Dec 14 14.350 Nov 09 16.5 cents per 94.00 242.41 141.613 Vol.23 93.000 bu minimum– cents per bushel 931.30 391.0 2010. spotmonth Textiles & Fibers Cotton1–1–16in.90 1/4 a bushel.00 Mar 09 2.00 Jul 09 119.3 Jun 09 1.22 95.644 open int 129. 305.50 1555.25 200.00 390.11 71.00 1200.25 +0.0 May 09 17.0 566.85 71.8 –12.

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1 company in an industry in earnings and sales growth. 250 If all 20 fact-based rules are carefully followed (not just the ones you like). The stock then rebounded and hit a ceiling at 198. 2008 (Sat) 8:00am . shares had a down week in late July . Never average down in price. AZ November 15. near their peak and among the best in the stock’s industry. Like a normal breakout.000. Check into companies buying back 5% to 10% of their stock and those with new management (what is management’s background?).63 . Speakers and content are subject to change. Here. SCOTT O’NEIL Portfolio Manager William O’Neil + Co. 9 Buy stocks with a Composite Rating of 90 or more and a Relative Price Strength Rating of 85 or higher in the IBD SmartSelect Corporate Ratings.” 7 Buy when market indexes are in an uptrend. IBD and CAN SLIM and corresponding logos are registered trademarks owned by Data Analysis. ascending bases are not first-stage bases.000 6. 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 Intermediate Strategies for Successful Investing Level II How to Make Money in Stocks Workshop Series Denver. but to consistently make money. In the next nine weeks. Read a story on the company. Qualcomm rallied. IBD built detailed models of all the most successful stocks every year from 1880 to 2005. So these rules represent how the market actually works. 2008 (Sat) 8:00am . Incorporated JUSTIN NIELSEN Office of the Chairman Investor’s Business Daily Plus! Get exclusive Custom Screen Wizard* sample screens . Make no exceptions so you’ll avoid any possible huge. It’s what you learn after you think you know what you’re doing that’s vital. Pay close attention to those with an IPO in the past eight years. © 2008 Investor’s Business Daily. We analyzed their common characteristics. After passing the buy point. NOVEMBER 6. 2 3 4 Recent quarterly earnings and sales should be up 25% or more. but only by 5% . Incorporated Portfolio Managers. The pattern occurs in three parts. You recognize a Cup-with-Handle. a $239 processing fee will be charged. Find out if the market currently favors big-cap or small-cap stocks. That’s how to improve your results. But this “ascending base” can be tricky to spot. profit margins and product quality. the stock makes higher lows and higher highs. This is a gain in which you can expect new bases to form. After that. feelings or emotions. This third pullback was less severe than the first two.. Use these screens to help spot fundamentally sound stocks showing signs of a major price move. . Inc. Current quarterly after-tax profit margins should be improving. the chipmaker advanced 13% before it started to come back. which became a final springboard. Call Today and Save $250! ONLY $945 Call 1-800-827-8278 Course Fee: $1. what factors existed before these very best companies had huge advances and how these factors changed when the stocks topped. 5 Cut every loss when it’s 8% below your cost.000 Jun ’98 Sep Dec Mar ’99 Jun Sep Dec Daily Graphs available at investors. you are potentially arguing with how the market has functioned for 50 years and you will likely make more costly mistakes.195 Mon-Fri 5:30am to 4:30pm & Sat 7:00am to 12:00pm (PT) *Custom Screen Wizard is a proprietary screening tool provided by Investor’s Business Daily. Review “When to Sell and Take a Profit” in “How to Make Money in Stocks. 2008 INVESTORS. Inc. After the chipmaker advanced sharply. you must be a subscriber to the Daily Graphs® Custom Screen Wizard.B12 THURSDAY. That’s common for an ascending base. 8 Read IBD’s Investor’s Corner and Big Picture columns to learn how to recognize important tops and bottoms in market indexes. Inc. These are quick pullbacks that form the backbone of the pattern. Also. These rare formations span nine to 16 weeks. the stock went on to gain 162% in a classic climax top. ROE. Select stocks with increasing institutional sponsorship in recent quarters. Avoid cheap stocks. Confine buys to these points as stocks break out on big volume increases. the buy point was 199. you need to go deeper. Look for the first pullback sometime after the stock has climbed at least 20% from its most recent breakout. After the third decline you can identify a buy point: 10 cents above the high that preceded the last pull- 300 Qualcomm QCOM Telecom-wireless These rules aren’t based on our personal opinion or those of Wall Street’s experts. Pick companies with a superior new product or service. Let’s look at QualcommQCOM in 1999 to illustrate the pattern. Don’t buy because of dividends or P-E ratios. Forget your pride and ego. Don’t try to bottom guess or buy on the way down. Buy stocks selling for $15 to $100 or more. You’ll see the specific fundamental analysis and chart-reading methods they use to find stocks with the greatest potential and you’ll discover the steps they take to protect their gains by identifying warning signs early on. return on equity of 17%+ and recent earnings and sales accelerating. Surely. damaging losses. CO Phoenix. 11 12 13 Buy mostly in the top six broad industry sectors in IBD’s New Highs List. you can tell this was a time to buy because the volume was much higher as the stock made new highs .000. This retreat would undercut the buy point.10 . Never argue with the market. Inves- tors shouldn’t sell until the loss grows to 7% or 8%. your investment results can materially improve: 200 150 100 50 Volume 14. In Qualcomm’s case. This week is different from the previous two weeks that pushed the stock into new-high territory.000. stocks make normal pullbacks along their uptrends. you’ll learn advanced market-tracking and screening techniques directly from IBD national speakers. What You’ll Learn a How to realistically spot market tops and bottoms a Screening techniques to identify emerging winners a How to read charts more accurately & profitably Your Instructors (Two speakers per event) W. the low was higher than the first pullback’s low . 10 Pick companies with management ownership of stock. This started a 19% fall that eventually found support at the 10-week moving average. Post on charts where you bought and sold. Learn how to use charts to see sound bases and exact buy points. 1 Consider buying stocks with each of the last three years’ earnings up 25%+. Again the stock found support at the 10-week line. If you ignore them and rely instead on personal opinions. Typically. Qualcomm found support at the 10-week line. This led to a 23% slide. they develop later in a growth stock’s history. Invest mainly in entrepreneurial New America companies. But what makes the ascending base different is that each pullback corrects 10% to 20%. then pulled back for a third and final time.5:00pm Arizona Grand Resort 8000 South Arizona Grand Parkway From Strategy to Application: Convert Your Market Knowledge into Money-Making Skill The most difficult hurdle for every investor is the one that takes you from strategic knowledge to real world application. under license from William O’Neil + Co.com/DGO/IC back. Incorporated. In each of the corrections. Buy the No. That’s an essential first step. most form during periods of weakness in the general market. Investor’s Business Daily.COM INVESTOR EDUCATION INVESTOR’S CORNER IBD’S 20 RULES FOR INVESTMENT SUCCESS Ascending Base Can Be Difficult To Identify BY PATRICK CAIN INVESTOR'S BUSINESS DAILY There’s a lesser-known base that can net you big profits. This time it fell 9% from the high . You know the CAN SLIM® Investment System. 6 Follow selling rules on when to sell and take profit on the way up. In this workshop.5:00pm Grand Hyatt Denver 1750 Welton Street December 13.featuring parameters used by William O’Neil + Co. Evaluate and develop rules to correct your major mistakes. To run a screen with these criteria. Do a post-analysis of all your buys and sells. Cancellations with full refund will be accepted two weeks prior to workshop. Reduce investments and raise cash when general market indexes show five days of increased volume distribution.000 2.