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VOL. 25, NO. 120 W W W . I N V E S T O R S . C O M FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 26, 2008 $2.

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BY TERRY JONES
I N VESTO R' S BU SI N ESS D AI LY
It was October 1992, nearly 15
years before the housing melt-
downandsubprimecrisis.
Republican Rep. Jim Leach of
Iowa was on the floor of the
House, talking about something
that no one at the time seemed to
care about: the potential danger
that Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac
posedtotheeconomy.
In remarks later reported by the
Washington Post, Leach warned
that Fannie and Freddie were
changing from being agencies of
the public at large to money ma-
chines for thestockholdingfew.
Leachs prescient comments
went unheeded indeed, Con-
gress spent the next decade and a
half avoiding the alarms going off
aroundFannie and Freddie. Until,
that is, it was toolate.
Led by top Democrats, including
Rep. Barney Frank in the House
andSen. Chris Doddinthe Senate,
Congress not only did nothing
about the growing risks at Fannie
and Freddie, it in essence doubled
downontheir risks.
The Democrat-led Congress of
theearly1990s easedcapital limits
on the two mortgage lending gi-
ants, lettingthemuseenormousle-
verage 2.5% of assets at Fannie
and Freddie, vs. 10% for banks
to expand lending to low-income,
minoritycommunities.
Regulator Reined In
Congress, withthepassage of the
Federal Housing Enterprises Fi-
nancial Safety and Soundness Act
of 1992, alsocreatedaregulator for
Fannie and Freddie but made
surethat, fromthe verybeginning,
it wouldessentiallybeneutered.
That regulator, the Office of Fed-
eral Housing Enterprise Over-
sight, anarmof the Department of
HousingandUrbanDevelopment,
was unique among financial regu-
lators inthat it hadtogobackeach
year toCongress for its budget.
This assured its total depen-
dence on Congress a less-than-
ideal situationfor aregulator.
Over the next decade or so, Fan-
nie and Freddie made sure that
OFHEOstayedoff theirbacks, fun-
neling $200 million to various po-
litical causesandcommunityactiv-
ists while donating to 354political
candidates of bothparties.
Congress Eases Lending Rules
In 1994, the Democratic Con-
gress again moved, passing the
Community Reinvestment Act
anupdateof theoriginal 1977law.
For the first time, homeowners
that previously didnt qualifyei-
ther because they couldnt put any
money down or had bad credit
were made eligible for govern-
ment-backedloans.
Thehousingboomwas on.
During the 1990s, according to
oneFedstudy, FannieandFreddie
enjoyed a subsidy of as much as
$182 billion, with most of that
going to shareholders not to
poor borrowers, as supporters of
the government-sponsored enter-
priseshaveoftenclaimed.
Still, evenaftertheGOPwoncon-
trol of Congress in 1995, Demo-
crats in both houses worked with
President Clinton as Fannie and
Freddiesenablers.
Clinton, bypassing Republicans
inCongress, hadHUDrewrite the
rules for Fannie and Freddie to let
themget involvedinthe subprime
market for thefirst time.
Robert Rubins Treasury got in-
volved too, reworking its own
rules to crack down on banks that
didnt make enough loans to dis-
tressed, minorityneighborhoods.
That year, Fannie Maebought an
estimated $18.6 billion in
subprime loans from banks. By
2004, that amount had exploded
to$175billion, or44%of thetotal.
RepublicanscontrolledCongress
from 1995 through 2006. But
under Clinton their hold was pre-
carious, and with the Internet
boomonandseveral foreignfinan-
cial crises to deal with, Fannie and
Freddiegot lost intheshuffle.
Too Little, Too Late
At thetail endof Clintonsadmin-
istration, Treasury officials under
thenewsecretary, LawrenceSum-
mers, became alarmed at Fannie
andFreddies excesses.
Undersecretary Gary Gensler
went to Congress in 2000 seeking
an end to the companies special
status especially the implicit
federal guaranteeof theirnow-$5.4
trillion loan portfolio and more
power for regulators to boost the
companies capital requirements.
Democrats raised a ruckus. So
did Fannie and Freddie, which
were both headed by politically
well-connected CEOs who knew
howto strategically reward and
punishthosewhocrossedthem.
Wethinkthat thestatementsev-
idence a contempt for the nations
housing and mortgage markets,
Freddie Mac spokeswoman
Sharon McHale said at the time,
summingupthesentiment inCon-
gress.
It was the last chance during the
Clinton era for anything like real
reform.
President Bushmeetswithcongressional leadersandpresidential candidatesJohnMcCain, foreground, and
Barack Obama at the White House on Thursday to help speed negotiations of a $700 billion rescue plan. AP
BY JED GRAHAM
I N VESTO R' S BU SI N ESS D AI LY
The White House and Congress
on Thursday neared a deal on a
$700 billion plan to buy troubled
mortgage assets to stabilize the
bankingsystem.
But a high-profile White House
meeting with congressional lead-
ers and presidential contenders
failed to reach a final agreement,
andmayhavetakenastepback.
Earlier, negotiators said the
Bush administration had yielded
to congressional demands that
the government get stock war-
rants in the firms it helps, giving
taxpayers astakeintheir success.
That followed Treasury Secre-
tary Henry Paulsons concession
on Wednesday that executives of
firmstakingpart will facecompen-
sationlimits.
Agreement also came Thursday
to phase in the $700 billion, in-
stead of providing one lump sum.
News reports said the Treasury
wouldget $250billiontostart.
Senate Banking Committee
Chairman Chris Dodd, D-Conn.,
said after bipartisan congression-
al negotiations that a fundamen-
tal agreement hadbeenreached.
We are very confident that we
canact expeditiously, hesaid.
Sen. Bob Corker, R-Tenn., who
had been critical of the proposal
earlier in the week, said members
arrivedat anagreement inprinci-
plethat includesgreateroversight,
taxpayer protections, and restric-
tionsonexecutivecompensation.
President Bush called presiden-
tial rivalsJohnMcCainandBarack
Obama, as well as congressional
leaders, to a 4 p.m. White House
meetingtoworkonadeal.
After the meeting, Sen. Richard
Shelby, R-Ala., whohasbeenskep-
tical of the Treasurys approach,
saidtalkof adeal was premature.
Idont believewehaveanagree-
ment,Shelbysaid.
DoddtoldCNNthe meeting was
adisaster. HesaidHouseRepubli-
cans touted a newmortgage plan,
withMcCains implicit backing.
StocksralliedThursdayonhopes
for adeal. TheS&P500rose2%.
But the day started with more
turbulenceinthecredit markets.
If youlookat thecredit markets
that tightened up overnight, Sec-
retary Paulson is extremely con-
cerned about that situation,
White House spokeswoman
Dana Perino said at a briefing.
AndIthinkit underscorestheim-
portanceof movingquickly.
Short-terminterest rate spreads
hit record or longtime highs as
banks continuetohoardcash.
Weeklydatashowedrecordbank
borrowing from the Federal Re-
serve, while commercial paper
holdingsdivedforasecondweek.
The Treasurys plan is aimed at
removingthe weight of distressed
mortgagesecurities onbanks.
These securities are nowvalued
at fire-sale prices due to falling
homevaluesandthedifficultyesti-
mating future cash flows, Fed
chief BenBernankesaidthisweek.
Treasury plans to try and price
SEE RESCUE O N A6
BY BRAD KELLY
I N VESTO R' S BU SI N ESS D AI LY
The Bush administrations top
economicleaderstoldCapitol Hill
this week that the U.S. economy
faces a widespread meltdown un-
less Congress quicklypasses ares-
cueplanfor thefinancial system.
Last year, Federal ReserveChair-
manBenBernankeassuredthena-
tionthat thecredit crunchwaslim-
itedtohousing-relatedsectors. But
its now clear that the crisis has
spilledoverintothebroaderecon-
omy.
The U.S. is facing grave threats
tofinancial stability, andthecred-
it crisis has started to damage
household and business spend-
ing, Bernanke told the Senate
BankingCommitteeonTuesday.
Economic data released Thurs-
day underscore the widespread
weakness. New-home sales hit a
17-yearlow, joblessclaimsreached
a seven-year high, and durable
goods orders fell by themost since
January.
Nonfinancial borrowingisgrow-
ingat itsslowest inmorethanade-
cade. And that doesnt reflect the
latest credit shockwaves.
After the Lehman Bros. bank-
ruptcy and the bailout of Ameri-
can International Group, finan-
cial firms are hoarding cash more
thanever.
Even with a government plan to
spend hundreds of billions of dol-
lars to rescue Wall Street, banks
still face more loan losses that
SEE CRUN CH O N A6
Rescue Plan: Deal Or No Deal?
1
SenateBankingCommitteeheadChristo-
pherDodd, D-Conn., saidHouseandSen-
atenegotiatorsreachedfundamental agree-
ment on the $700 bil rescue. But at least a
fewkey GOPlawmakers say theres no deal,
evenafter Pres. Bushmet withcongression-
al leaders and presidential rivals Barack
ObamaandJohnMcCain. Moreonthis page
Stocks Jump On Rescue Reports
2
The NYSEcomposite andS&P500each
leapt 2%, the Dow 1.8%and the Nasdaq
1.4%. Winners beat losers 5-to-2 on NYSE,
but just 3-to-2 on Nasdaq. Volume rose on
bothexchanges. But theindexes pulledback
fromevenhigherlevels. Andsomeof thebig-
gest gains came from the worst groups.
Hardlyanymarket leaders roseinheavyvol-
ume. MoreonB1, B2
Banks Fed Borrowing Surges
3
Banks borrowed a record $262.34 bil
fromtheFeds discount window, includ-
inga$44.57bil loantoAIG, asdollarfunding
strains kept rising. Investment banks alone
borrowed $105.7 bil. Commercial paper, a
key source of short-funding for firms, has
fallen by $113 bil over the last 2 weeks. The
short-terminterest ratespreadroseagain.
New-Home Sales At 17-Year Low
4
Aug. sales of new homes dived 11.5% to
anannualized460,000units, the lowest
since Jan. 91. The medianprice fell 6.2%vs.
Aug. 07 to $221,900. The number of new
homesforsalefell 4.4%thebiggest month-
ly dropsince 63 toa 4-year low. But a glut
of foreclosedpropertieshaskept overall sup-
plyat highlevels. Moreonthispage, A2
Durable Goods Orders Fell 4.5%
5
Aug.s dropwas the worst since Jan. and
far below views. Orders for big-ticket,
long-lasting items fell to a 3-year low. Ex
transportation, orders slid 3%. Core capital
goods sank 2%. Year over year, durable
goods orders fell 8.1%, the lowest since 02.
Businesses and consumers are reining in
spending amid a weak economy and tight
credit conditions. Moreonthispage, A2
Jobless Claims Hit 7-Year Peak
6
New filings for unemployment benefits
rose by 32,000last week to 493,000, the
highest since the 2001 recession. Hurricane
Gustav inflated claims substantially, the
Labor Dept. said, but job conditions have
beenworsening. Thenumber of peoplecon-
tinuing to collect benefits hit a 5-year peak
of 3.452mil. Moreonthis page, A2
RIM Misses, Q3 Outlook Weak
7
TheBlackBerrymakers Q2EPSjumped
72%to 86 cents as revenue shot up 88%
to$2.58but bothfell just shyof views. Re-
search In Motion added 2.6 mil subscribers
tohit 19mil. RIMseesQ3EPSof 89-97cents,
below views, on weaker gross margins.
Large corporate clients may curb BlackBer-
ry buys due to the weak economy, analysts
say. RIMshares dived19%late. MoreonA4
GE Warns On Financial Unit Woes
8
The conglomerate sees Q3 EPS of 43-48
cents, belowviews of 52cents andits old
goal of 50-54cents. General Electricexpects
08 EPS of $1.95-$2.10 vs. views of $2.21. GE
will halt buybacks and curb commercial
paper issuance. The credit crunch has hurt
GE Capital loans to midsize companies and
its commercial real estate holdings. Shares
fell earlybut ralliedtocloseup4%.
Oil Takes Bailout=Demand View
9
Nov. crude rose $2.49 to $108.02 a bar-
rel on rising hopes for a banking rescue
deal. Traders bet a pact would improve de-
mand for energy and commodities overall.
Natural gas rose 4.5 cents to $7.72 per mil
Btu. Weekly stored supplies rose less than
expected, with almost 60%of Gulf of Mexi-
co gas production still shut in after recent
hurricanes. Copper edgedup. Goldfell.
Pakistan Fires On U.S. Copters
10
U.S. andPakistani troops tradedgun-
fire onthe Afghanistan-Pakistanbor-
der afterPakistani forcesfiredon2U.S. heli-
copters, Pakistans military said. But Paki-
stani Pres. Asif Ali Zardari, after meeting
with U.S. officials in N.Y., said his troops
only fired flares at the copters. U.S.-Paki-
stani tensions have risen as U.S.-led forces
crackdownonfighters basedinPakistan.
Rescue Deal Near,
Key Lawmakers Say;
A Few Beg To Differ
Dodd: Major Issues Settled
But there was no unity
after leaders, candidates
gather at White House
Credit Crunch Takes Toll
On Broad U.S. Economy
Thu.s weak data show
impact on Main Street
as borrowing dries up
C O N TEN TS
E2 0 0 8 Investor s Business Daily Inc.
W hat Caused
The Loan Cri si s?
FO U RTH I N A SERI ES
More Of The Same
The real agent of the status quo
in this election is Barack Obama
ISSUES& INSIGHTSA12-13
Tommy Johns Return
The pitcher faced a career end,
then turned to radical surgery
LEADERS& SUCCESSA3
Psychiatric Solutions
Changing views on mental care
favor its chain of inpatient units
THENEW AMERICA A6
Time For A Refi?
Low-interest loans can be had
with planning and good credit
INSIDEREAL ESTATEA8
Looking For ETFs
Investment advisers are eyeing
energy and real estate indexes
MUTUAL FUNDS& ETFs A9-10
Daily Stock Analysis
American Public Education
trends along its 10-week line
INVESTORS.COM/ DSAVIDEO
S&P 500 INDEX
1,209.18
+23.31 (+2.0%)
Market rises as Wall St.
rescue moves forward
DOW JONES IND.
11,022.06
+196.89 (+1.8%)
GE rises after lowering
its earnings outlook
NYSE VOL. (MIL)
1,085
+129 (+13.6%)
Volume rises after
3 days of light trade
NASDAQ
2186.57
+30.89 (+1.4%)
Paychex up in volume,
RIM dives after hours
NASDAQ VOL. (MIL)
1,805
+71 (+4.1%)
Volume rises, but index
finishes in lower half
10-YEAR T-NOTE
3.84%
+0.05 (+1.3%)
Rush to safety cools off;
supply will likely rise
DOLLAR-YEN
106.41
+0.35 (+0.3%)
Currency market mulls
impact of Wall St. plan
EURO
1.4615
-0.0002 (0.0%)
Citigroup suggests euro
as hedge against dollar
REUTERS CRB FUT.
369.02
+2.58 (+0.7%)
Gold, copper back off;
sugar lodges sharp gain
Congress Pushed Fannie, Freddie
In Wrong Direction During 1990s
Before GOP takeover,
Congress, Clinton joined
to loosen lending rules
New-Home Sales
Sources: Commerce Dept., Datastream
0.4
0.6
0.8
1.0
1.2
1.4
08 07 06 05 04 03 02
Aug.: 460,000
Lowest since
Jan. 1991
Annualized, in millions
Amex Tables . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . B9
Big Picture . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . B1
Commodity Futures .B10
Company Index . . . . . . . . . . A2
Credit Market . . . . . . . . . . . . B11
Dividends News . . . . . . . . . . B11
Earnings News . . . . . . . . . A14
Economic News . . . . . . . . . . . A2
Editorials . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . A12
Exchange Traded Funds .A14
General Market . . . . . . . . . . . . B2
Industry Groups . . . . . . . . . . . B2
Insider Real Estate . . . . . A8
Internet &Technology A4
Investor Education . . . . B14
Investors Corner . . . . . . . B14
Issues &Insights . . . . . . A12
Leaders &Success . . . . . A3
LowPrice Stocks . . . . . . . . . B9
Mutual Funds &ETFs .A9
Nasdaq Charts . . . . . . . . . . . . . B6
NewAmerica . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . A6
NewHighs &Lows . . . . . . B4
NewIssues . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . A6
NYSE Charts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . B4
Option Tables . . . . . . . . . . . B12
REITs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . B9
Research Tables . . . . . . . . . . B3
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COMPANY INDEX
TO THE POINT
00 Twitter, the micro-blogging ser-
vice, is gettingpopular amonggov-
ernment officials whoareblogging
140-character updates totheir con-
stituents. TheWhiteHousehas
about 1,000followers onTwitter,
whichworks viatheInternet or cell
phonetext messages. Utahs state
government has 245followers.
Mainehas 161 andKy. has 124.
00 About 80%of newcar buyers
dont buyatopcar ontheir list after
visitingadealership, says research
firmJ.D. Power &Associates 2008
EscapedShopper Study. Shoppers
saytheir reasons for not purchasing
thevehicleincludealackof profes-
sionalismat thedealership, better
serviceat another dealershipand
limitedavailabilityfor thevehicle
theyreconsidering.
00 Anewportable DNAdetector
cananalyzebloodsamples left at
crimesceneswithout usinglabs.
Thebriefcase-sizeddevice, devel-
opedbyUniv. of Calif., Berkeley,
canidentifyDNAinas littleas 2-1/2
hours. Currently, forensicworkfor
policeis doneinlabs, but thedevice
canspeedupinvestigations, re-
searchers say. Thedeviceis avail-
ableonlyfor policeandthereis no
planfor commercial use.
Putin to help Chavez with nukes
Russian PMVladimir Putin said he
wasreadytoconsiderhelpingVene-
zuela developa nuclear energy pro-
gram after meeting Pres. Hugo
Chavez. The offer of support for
Chavez, an outspoken critic of the
U.S., comes days after Russia
blocked a meeting among foreign
ministers of major powers at the
U.N. to discuss sanctions against
Iranover its nuclear plans.
SOUTH AFRICA: Anti-apartheid
activist JacobZumawas elected
SouthAfricas president, assuming
what manybelievewill beabrief
caretakerroleafter ThaboMbeki
was oustedinapower struggle
withintherulingparty.
BELGIUM: The EUbecame the
latest tobanimports of babyfood
containingChinesemilkas tainted
dairyproducts linkedtothedeaths
of 4babies turnedupincandyand
otherChinese-madegoods that
werequicklypulledfromstores
worldwide.
GEORGIA: Georgians were critical
of Pres. Mikheil Saakashvilis plans
for political reforms as thecountry
struggles tocopewiththedevasta-
tioncausedbyits war withRussia.
Acuity Brands . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . B3
Almost Family Inc . . . . . . . . A7
American Public Edu . . . A7
Ameron Intl Corp . . . . . . . . . B3
Berkshire Hthwy . . . . . . . . . . . B5
C R A International . . . . . . . B3
Cephalon . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . B3
Chattem . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . B3
China Fire & Sec . . . . . . . . . . B5
Chn Architecturl Egr . . . . B3
Coca Cola . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . B5
Covance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . A7
Cummins . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . B3
Ensign Group Inc . . . . . . . . . A6
Exxon Mobil . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . A9
Fannie Mae . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . A8
Federal Home Loan . . . . . A8
General Electric . . . . . . . . . . . . . . B1
Gentiva Health Svcs . . . . . A7
HewlettPackard . . . . . . . . . . B3
IBM . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . B3
Interface . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . B3
Lehman Bros . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . B1
Lincoln Educational . . . . . . A7
Merit Medical Syst . . . . . . . . B6
Mindray Medicl . . . . B4, B5
New Orientl Edu&Tec . . . . B5
Northwest Pipe . . . . . . . . . . . . . B3
Psychiatric Sol . . . . . . . . . . . . . A6
Research In Motion . . . . . . B1
S A I C Inc . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . A5
Southside Bcshr . . . . . . . . . . . . B3
Strayer Education . . . . . . . . A7
Team Inc . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . B14
Trane Inc . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . A4
Varian Medical Sys . . . . . . . B5
WA Mutual . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . B1
RETAIL
Longs: FTC probes Walgreen bid
The drug store chain said the U.S.
regulators were investigating Wal-
greens$75ashareunsolicitedtake-
over bid for Longs Drug Stores, cit-
ing competitive concerns in Calif.,
Nev., andHawaii. Longs has agreed
to be bought by CVS Caremark for
$71.50 a share and rebuffed Wal-
greens higher offer because the
chains dominated in several mar-
kets. Longs rose 0.1%to76.20. Wal-
green rose 1.6% to 32.13. CVS
climbed3.9%to34.40.
IN BRIEF
The SEChas asked several hedge
funds, broker-dealers andinstitu-
tional investors toprovidedata
about their tradinginfinancial
firmsas it probes possiblemarket
manipulation, Reuters said.
Goodyear will draw$600 mil
fromarevolvingcredit linebecause
its beenunabletotapa$360mil
investment intheReservePrimary
Fund, amoneymarket fundthat
shut downamidthecredit crunch.
Shares rose2.3%to16.34.
Campbell Soup, the producer of
soups, snacksanddrinks, has hiked
its quarterlydividendby14%to25
cents. Thedividendis payableon
Nov. 3toshareholders as of Oct. 6.
Shares edgedup0.7%to37.91.
FOOD
Pilgrims Pride felled by warning
The chicken producer plunged
40%to3.84after it warnedof asig-
nificant loss in Q4 and said its so
loaded with debt that it may not
meet the terms of its loan agree-
ments. Pilgrims Pride blamed the
surging costs of animal feed and
said it hasnt been able to pass on
higher costs to consumers. Pil-
grims rival, Tyson Foods, surged
7.9%to13.10.
TECHNOLOGY
Microsoft wins MP3 patent suit
A federal appeals court refused to
reinstate a $1.5 bil award Microsoft
was orderedtopaytelecomAlcatel-
Lucent. The court said Microsoft
did not violate patents covering the
MP3 digital music format. Alcatel-
Lucent, spun off from AT&T in
1996, argued that the MP3 format
stemmed from Bell Labs research
that it owns. A jury approved the
award in 07, but a U.S. district
judgeoverturnedthat decision. Mi-
crosoft climbed3.5%to26.61.
QLogic falls on IT spending fears
The network and storage gear
maker fell 1.2% to 16.14 after RBC
Capital Marketscut itsratingtoneu-
tral, sayingbusiness spendingonIT
nowlooks shaky. RBCcut QLogics
09 profit and sales forecasts and
lowered its outlook for virtualiza-
tion software maker VMware and
storagesystemprovider Xyratex.
MEDICAL
Biogen up on sales of MS drugs
The biotech surged 4.5% to 48.83
after Lazard Capital Markets up-
gradedthe company, saying sales of
Biogens multiple sclerosis drug
will remain strong. Biogen Idec re-
cently released a study on Tysabri
showing that it rapidly helped MS
patients. Tysabri was pulled from
the market in 05 after being tied to
a brain disease. The drug was rein-
troduced in mid-06 under restrict-
edsales conditions.
Qiagen up on China opportunity
The diagnostics products maker
rose 1.9% to 20.01 after it said it
would work with China to develop
foodsafety tests. Qiagenis develop-
ing molecular tests to detect food-
borne pathogens. China is taking
stringent measures toenhancefood
safetytestingamidanongoingscan-
dal over tainteddairyproducts.
BUSINESS BRIEFS
TRENDS & I NNO VATI O NS
Japan plans elevator to space
A project imagined for decades is
jumping out of the sci-fi realm and
into reality. Japanese scientists
have proposed a $9 bil space eleva-
tor that takes 100 times less energy
thanaSpaceShuttlelaunch. Rival el-
evator projects are now reportedly
under way, too. In the past, NASA
has looked into space elevators and
run contests tied to the idea. The
Japanesesaytheir elevator couldbe
used for carrying solar generators
that would send power back to
Earth or nuclear waste that would
be dumped in space. The project
would need 22,000 miles of cable,
possiblymadeof carbonnanotubes.
Work e-mail creeps into off-time
About 40% of users of wireless
e-mail devices such as BlackBerry
saythey oftencheckworke-mail on
weekends. Aquarter of themcheck
in even when on vacation, accord-
ing to a study by Pew Internet and
American Life Project. 46% said
these devices increase the demands
that they work more hours. Check-
ing work e-mail is considered more
important for people making more
than$75,000ayear thanit is for low
earners, thestudyfound.
BRITISH HOME SECRETARY Jacqui Smith introduces a new biometric
identitycardforforeignersThursdayinLondon. Weall wanttoseeourbor-
ders moresecure, she said. Thenewcards will beissuedtoforeignnation-
als fromoutside the European Economic Area starting in November. AP
MCDONALDS, the No. 1 ham-
burger chain, hikedits quarterly
dividendby33%to50cents. Its
payableDec. 15. It rose1.5%.
SYNNEX, a distributor of ITgear
andsupport services, saidQ3
EPSrose50%to66cents, beat-
ingviews by8cents. Sales grew
16%to$2.05bil, abovefore-
casts. Shares edgedup.
ACCENTURE, the consulting and
outsourcingfirm, saidQ4EPS
jumped34%to67cents, a
pennybetter thanviews. Sales
gained17%to$6bil, inlinewith
estimates. Shares climbed2%.
DIAMOND FOODS, the snacks
maker, liftedQ4EPS220%to16
cents, beatingviews by3cents.
Sales edgedup1%to$113mil,
aboveestimates. Shares rose.
FINISH LINE, the shoe and athlet-
icapparel retailer, saidQ2EPS
soared85%to24cents, beating
viewsby7cents. Sales wereup
4%to$353mil, just abovefore-
casts. Shares rose.
AMERICAN REPROGRAPHICS, a
providerof document-manage-
ment services, cut its 08EPS
outlookto$1.36-$1.40, below
viewsof $1.53. Shares fell 15%.
ENERGY
Occidental buys fields for $1.25 bil
The Calif.-based energy company
said it will buy out Plains Explora-
tion & Productions 50% stakes in
two jointly operated Midwest oil
and gas fields. Occidental Petro-
leumexpects toclosethedeal inQ4,
pending govt approval. The fields
produce about 13,000 barrels of oil
equivalent per day and have 92 mil-
lionbarrels of oil equivalent proven
reserves. Plains Exploration said
that thesalewill helpreduceits cor-
porate debt by $1 bil and let it lower
its 09 capital expenditures to $1.35
bil. Occidental rose 1.6% to 77.88.
Plains Exploration climbed 4.5%to
38.17.
Shell sees Gulf back on line soon
The oil giant expects production to
resume within 2 weeks at the bulk
of its offshorefieldinthestorm-bat-
tered Gulf of Mexico. Shell, the
Gulfs biggest producer, is produc-
ing32,000barrels of oil equivalent a
dayintheGulf, downfromits capac-
ity of 500,000; 59% of the regions
oil production remains shut in the
wakeof Hurricanes Gustav andIke,
alongwith56.4%of natural gas pro-
duction, according to the Minerals
Management Service. It rose 2.5%
to64.29.
TRANSPORTATION
Investors back Northwest, Delta
Shareholders of both airlines OKd
theproposedcombinationof North-
west and Delta, moving the carriers
a step closer to creating the worlds
biggest airline. The merger still is
awaiting U.S. regulatory approval
and resolution of arbitration hear-
ings with their respective pilot
unions on the seniority issue. In ad-
dition, a union representing 12,500
Northwest ground workers has
voiced opposition to the deal. Delta
rose 0.4% to 8.06. Northwest fell
1.1%to9.88.
00 General Motors will build a
$370mil factoryinFlint, Mich., to
make4-cylinder enginesfor its new
Chevrolet Volt electriccar and
othermodels. Productionwill start
in2010. It fell 3%to10.03.
FINANCE
Visa targets Google phone users
The credit card giant is developing
a mobile payment application for
the new G1 cell phone powered by
GooglesAndroidoperatingsystem.
Visasaidtheapplicationwill let An-
droidusersget alertsabout purchas-
es made with their mobile devices.
Users also will be able to use map-
ping technology to find ATMs.
T-Mobile, a unit Deutsche Tele-
kom, unveiled the first Google
phone this week. Visa fell 1.6% to
64.60. Googlerose1%to439.60.
Discover tops on third-party biz
Thecredit cardcompanysaidits Q3
EPS fell 12% to 37 cents, beating
views by 2 cents. Revenue rose 8%
to $1.25 bil. Discover Financial said
the result was boosted by the com-
panys third-party payments busi-
ness, which processes ATM and
debit transactions and other banks
cards. Third-party transaction vol-
ume surged 48%to $35 billion. The
charge-off rate, or the amount of
loans written off as unpaid, in-
creased to 5.28%from5.05%in Q2,
andfrom3.67%ayear ago. Discover
fell 2.6%to14.82.
WaMu falls as credit rating cut
The troubledsavings andloantum-
bled 25.2% to 1.69 after Standard &
Poorsdowngradedtheitscredit rat-
ing again, contending a sale of the
bank as a whole entity may not be
possible. Separately, Washington
Mutual approached some private
equity firms as possible candidates
to take over the company, accord-
ing to a published report. The pri-
vate investment groups ap-
proached include Carlyle Group
and Blackstone Group, which re-
portedly may team up with Texas
billionaireGeraldJ. Ford.
00 Capital One Financial, a major
credit cardissuer, fell 5.1%to49.80
after it pricedapublicofferingof 14
mil shares at $49each.
00 AIG, the insurer that received an
$85bil govt loaninreturnfor a
79.9%stake, saidex-CEOMaurice
HankGreenbergwill sell his
morethan10%stakeinthecompa-
nyontheopenmarket. AIGfell
8.8%to3.02.
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New-home invent ory
New-home inventories fell 4.4% in Aug., the biggest
drop since 63. But sales were so weak that it would take
a near-record 10.9 months to sell off the supply, up from
10.3 months in July. Meanwhile, durable goods orders
sank 4.5% while orders ex transportation fell 3%. New
jobless claims rose to the highest since the 01 recession.
Sources: Labor Dept., Commerce Dept., Datastream
Mont hs supply of new homes Durable goods Init ial jobless claims
Housi ng, Durabl e Goods, Jobs Dat a Weak
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Mortgage rates end recent slide
The 30-year fixed-rate mortgage
jumped21 basis points to6.09%this
week, said mortgage giant Freddie
Mac. Freddie said home-loan rates
followed Treasury yields higher.
The 15-year rate surged 42 basis
points to 5.77%. The 1-year adjust-
ablerateclimbed13ticks to4.16%.
Ireland slips into recession
GDPintheEmeraldIslefell 0.5%in
Q2 after a 0.3% drop in Q1, making
it the first country in the euro zone
to fall into recession. A bursting
propertybubbleresultedinQ2hav-
ing the weakest economic activity
in Ireland in 25 years. Other euro
zone nations including Germany
areexpectedtofollowIrelandinto
recessionastheyreleaseQ3data.
British credit squeeze worse
Bank of England policymaker Kate
Barker said the credit crunch was
more serious than previously
thought, offering hints that she fa-
vors cutting rates. She expects U.K.
bank lending to remain tight for a
considerable period. Inflation is
more than double the BOEs 2%in-
flation target, but Barker said the
credit squeeze could result in a
sharp economic downturn, result-
inginarapidinflationdecline.
Japan suffers rare trade deficit
Aug. imports surged17.3%vs. ayear
earlier whileexports rosejust 0.3%,
givingJapanatradegapof $3.06bil,
its largest gain in over 25 years. Ex-
perts warned that export-reliant
Japanwouldnot recover until early
2009at the soonest, due tofaltering
demand for Japanese goods from
theU.S. andEurope.
IMF sees weaker Russian growth
The International Monetary Fund
cut itsGDPgrowthforecast forRus-
sia to 7.1% from 7.8% for 08 and
6.0%-6.5% from 7.3% for 09. IMF
said capital inflows are drying up.
Lower energy prices could also af-
fect Russia. TheIMFsaidthere was
a good deal of uncertainty in its
13.8%inflationforecast for Russia.
Taiwan cuts interest rate to 3.5%
Taiwans central bank surprised
markets by cutting its key rate by
12.5 basis points, the first ease in 5
years. Policymakers citeda slowing
economy and easing inflation pres-
sures. The central bank also moved
to provide adequate liquidity to the
economy by saying it would extend
repurchaseagreementswithbanks.
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Bush lauds Middle East efforts
In separate meetings with Middle
East leaders, Pres. Bush praised
Lebanons efforts to forge a nation-
al reconciliation and told Palestin-
ian Pres. Mahmoud Abbas that the
administration has not given up
hope on an agreement to create a
Palestinian state. Ive got four
more months left in office, and Im
hopeful that the visionthat youand
I have worked on will come to
pass,Bushsaid.
00 Indian PMManmohan Singh
lobbiedU.S. lawmakers tosupport
aciviliannuclearcooperationagree-
ment. SinghandBushmet at the
WhiteHouseastheadministration
pressedfor passageof thepact.
Stevens corruption trial opens
Sen. Ted Stevens, R-Alaska, was
clueless about the cost and scope of
the makeover of his Alaska cabin
that resulted in federal corruption
charges and threatened his lengthy
career, his lawyer said. Prosecutors
allege that Stevens lied on Senate
forms about more than$250,000in
homerenovations andgifts.
00 Former Marine Lance Cpl. Jus-
tinSharratt suedRep. John
Murtha, D-Pa., for slander for say-
ingheandfellowsoldiers killed
womenandchildrenincold
bloodinIraqin2005. Sharratt was
exoneratedafter afull inquiry.
AFTER THE CLOSE
CA CH OH FL GA TX NY VA SF WA IA CO
INVESTOR' S BUSINESS DAILY FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 26, 2008 A3
BY KEVI N HARLI N
I N VESTO R' S BU SI N ESS D AI LY
Thepitchjust didnt feel right.
It was the fourthinning inLos An-
geles, wheretheDodgerswereplay-
ing the Montreal Expos in July
1974. Tommy John, a 31-year-old
leftyfor thehometeam, was looking
for his 14thwinof theseason.
Onhisfirst pitchtoExpofirst base-
manHal Breeden, he hearda popin
his elbow, then his armwent numb.
Theball bloopedover theplate.
It didnt really hurt, he later said.
He was more confused than con-
cerned. But on the next toss, he felt
pain; somethingwas wrong.
John had torn his ulnar collateral
ligament, or blown out his arm, in
the common description of the day.
For every other pitcher up to that
point, that was theendof theline.
John, though, hadother ideas.
He agreedto a radical surgery that
his doctor, Frank Jobe, said might
rebuildhisarmandrestorehispitch-
ing ability. The badnews, saidJobe,
was it likelywouldnt.
He said I probably had one
chance, two chances in 100, John
told IBD. They had no idea. So I
said OKbecause Imnot a genius,
but Ifiguredonechancein100isbet-
terthannochances in100.
Many young baseball fans know
Tommy John only as the name of a
panaceasurgeryfor thedamagedel-
bows of overworked pitchers. John
said some kids even think he was
the doctor who performed the sur-
gery, not theplayer whohadit done.
Older fans know John as the man
whocame backfromwhat hadbeen
acareer-endingsentence. Hewould
go on to play 14 more seasons in the
big leagues. He would win more
games after the surgery 164
thanbefore124.
Johns career stretched 26 sea-
sons. His 288wins vs. 231 losses
are the most among pitchers not in
theBaseball Hall of Famewhoareel-
igible for induction. As he goes on
the ballot for another shot at the
Cooperstown, N.Y., shrine, fans also
point to his 2-1 record in the World
Seriesandfour All-Star selections.
The key to Johns comeback was
that he wouldnt quit. He saw the
longodds andtookthechance.
Jobe, then a team doctor, played
hardball after examining that dam-
agedelbow. I suggestedtohimthat
heought tobecomeagolfer,hetold
IBD. He said he didnt want to do
that of course, and said, Do you
thinkyoucouldcomeupwithsome-
thingtofixit?
Jobes invention was daring and
revolutionary. He would transplant
a tendon from Johns right wrist to
his batteredleft elbow.
Doctorshaddonesomeminorliga-
ment repairs and replacements in
hands before. But noonehadtriedit
on this scale. Jobe wasnt sure
Johns bodywouldaccept thetrans-
planted piece. If it did, no one knew
whether the arm would recover to
its previous level so John could
pitchprofessionallyagain.
JobeandJohnalsohadtoproduce
a rehabilitation regimen. No one
knewhowlongthat wouldtake.
There was no blueprint, said
Dan Valenti, a baseball historian
whoco-authoredJohns1991autobi-
ography, T.J.: My26Years inBase-
ball. They were just fishing their
waythroughthis. Theywerent sure
if they were doing the right thing or
thewrongthing.
For John, the decision was easy.
After his wife andkids, baseball was
his life. He wasnt leavingif hehada
shot at stayingonthemound.
John was born in basketball coun-
try, Terre Haute, Ind., in 1943 to
Thomas and Ruth John. He was
good at basketball in high school,
and had college scouts interested.
But heknewbaseball was hisfuture.
Aweek after graduating fromhigh
school in 1961, Tommy and his dad
hoppedonatraintoClevelandsMu-
nicipal Stadiumfor a tryout. TheIn-
dians quickly signed the young
pitcher for $40,000. He got his first
bigleaguestart in1963.
John would play for the Indians,
Chicago White Sox, Dodgers, New
York Yankees, California Angels
andOaklandAs.
This past summer he managed the
Bridgeport (Conn.) Bluefish to a
67-73 recordinthe independent At-
lanticLeague.
These days, Tommy John surgery
is routine in baseball. Some esti-
mate that 100 current big leaguers
have hadit done, andJohnsays sev-
eral of his Bluefishhaveas well.
Some complain of stiffness after
the procedure, but John says that
once he healed up, his pain left. He
credits hardworkthrowingevery
daytorebuildarmstrength.
People ask me: How do I think I
didit? Well, obviously my momand
dad gave me very good genes. But I
didalot of worktoo, Johnsaid.
About a year after that Sept. 25,
1974, surgery, John was pitching in
an instructional league. He re-
turned to the Dodgers for the 1976
season and went 10-10. Then came
20-7and17-10seasons.
John turned into a machine. From
themoment hereturned, herangup
just one fewer victory than the 165
careertotal put upbySandyKoufax,
the legendary lefty from a previous
Dodger era.
I startedonfour days rest. I start-
ed on three days rest, John, 65, re-
called during a phone interview
shortly before the start of a recent
Bluefishgame. AndI pitchedout of
thebullpeninbetweenstarts.
John says hes proud of his base-
ball accomplishments. But when
asked about big moments in his life,
he runs off a litany of off-the-field
milestones his marriage of almost
four decades withSally, raising four
children, his sons recent wedding,
thebirthof agranddaughter.
As for fans, they wont forget that
surgeryandamazingcomeback.
Hes most proud of the fact that
heplayedfor 26years, saidValenti.
But as much as Tommy would like
to be remembered for that, when
they do up his obit, (the surgery is)
goingtobeinthere.
Jobe says that if the surgery didnt
take, John would have been sent
packingtoTerreHaute.
Then again, John had another
idea: theknuckleball.
He didnt know how to throw the
erratic pitch. But if done right, its
difficult tohit anddoesnt put much
strainonanarm.
John had played with Hoyt Wil-
helm, an all-time great knuckle-
baller. I never threw it in my life,
Johnsaid. But I figuredif youcant
pitch and throw it the right way,
Hoyt andI wouldfigureit out.
Thanks to Johns perseverance, it
never cametothat.
John was in Los Angeles Tuesday
to join the Dodgers ceremony hon-
oringJobeandhis surgery.
5
BE PERSISTENT ANDWORKHARD: Success is a marathon, not a
sprint. Never give up.
5
Successful entrepreneurs
dont score touchdown after
touchdown in business.
They suffer their fair share
of fumbles along the way.
Game plans from entrepreneurs
whocameout ontop:
00 Take the hit. In his memoir
1,000Dollars andanIdea, billion-
aire Sam Wyly compiled lessons he
learned building winning comput-
er, oil and gas, restaurant and retail
firms. Losses arepart of thestory.
Take Datran, Wylys scheme to
transmit data through microwaves
during the pre-Internet 1970s.
AT&Tsstrangleholdonthemarket-
placeandanational financial down-
turn ultimately forced Wyly to shut
down the company, but he later
won litigation that helped break up
AT&Tsmonopoly.
First you hurt and you lick your
wounds,WylytoldIBD. Thenyou
get upandsayits anewday.
00 Switch it up. Wylys next compa-
ny, oil refiner and silver miner
Earth Resources, faced a loss when
the federal government mandated
de-leading gas in the late 1970s.
Wylycalledanewplay.
If youhadtospenda bunchof en-
gineering money anyway, there
were a lot more things you could do
witharefinery, Wylysaid.
Selling the refinement run-off for
jet fuel production turned expense
intoprofit.
00 Learn newskills. Successful busi-
nesspeople have adaptive persis-
tence, wrote Christopher Gergen
inLifeEntrepreneurs.
HetoldIBD: If somethingknocks
them back, then they know how to
go about doing something different
thenext time. Theyembracerenew-
al andreinvention.
00 Rally your fans. For their book,
Gergen and co-author Gregg
Vanourek interviewed 55 success-
ful peopleabout theirentrepreneur-
ial skills. One was former Virginia
Gov. MarkWarner.
Warner had his share of failures;
his first business went under in six
months andhis secondtankedinsix
weeks. What Warner did right was
keep talking to people about his
ideas. He had a huge fan base of
people who liked his energy, Ger-
gen said. Those supporters spurred
Warner as he took a chance broker-
ing cell phone franchise licenses in
the 1980s. That move led to Warner
investing early in Nextel, now
Sprint Nextel, andco-foundCapital
Cellular Corp.
00 Call timeout. Mark Stevens, au-
thor of Rich Is a Religion, coun-
sels CEOs through downturns, ruts
and crises. Two of his clients dealt
withthecollapseof their businesses
bygoingtothemovies.
They needed to escape, Stevens
toldIBD. Theres a senseof shame.
You want to hide from people and
everything.
Both CEOs found solutions be-
tweenbites of butteredpopcorn.
Your mindwanders andthenyou
have the quiet privacy to think
about the route youwill take tosuc-
cess again, Stevens said.
00 Add some sweat. Movies arent
the only answer. Stevens noticed
that winning CEOs get away from
theofficetoconsiderwhat-if scenar-
ios and even absurd angles. Stevens
likes tohikeandthink.
It allows you to open your eyes to
a much larger range of possible
problems and outcomes, he said.
You will see things you didnt see
whenyoustarted. SonjaCarberry
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Overcome Your Setbacks
Tommy John Rearmed And Fired
Come Back: The pitcher defied retirement by undergoing radical surgery
John at Yankee Stadiumin 1986, 12
years after the tendon procedure
kept his career onapathto288wins
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BY BRI AN DEAGON
I N VESTO R' S BU SI N ESS D AI LY
Shares of Research In Motion
plunged about 21% late Thursday
after the BlackBerry maker missed
analysts second-quarter forecasts
and warned that new product roll-
outs would cut into third-quarter
earnings.
The Canadiancompany earned86
cents a share for the quarter, which
ended Aug. 30, up 72% from a year
ago. Thatsapennyshort of theaver-
age forecast of analysts polled by
Thomson Reuters its second-
straight quarterly miss. Sales rose
88%to$2.58billion, alsoshort.
The big surprise was RIMs
RIMM
third-quarter forecast: 89 cents to
97 cents per share. The midpoint,
93 cents, was a nickel short of
views. It expects revenue between
$2.95 and $3.10 billion above cur-
rent consensus forecasts of $2.9bil-
lion.
The disappointment doesnt ap-
pear to stemfromthe popularity of
Apples
AAPL
newest iPhone, which
launched in July with beefed-up
corporate messaging features. Nor
has the collapse of the U.S. banking
sector hurt sales in a measurable
way, sayanalystsandcompanyexec-
utives.
Were pleased with our second
quarter, said Jim Balsillie, RIMs
co-chief executive, in a conference
call after earnings wereposted. Its
beena busy summer witha number
of new products and announce-
ments.
Still, RIMshares were down 18 to
79.16 in after-hours trading. RIMis
down about 35% from its peak on
June 19, which accelerated when
RIM lowered expectations in its
previous earnings call for the fiscal
first quarter.
RIM blamed higher-than-expect-
ed costs in rolling out its high-end
BlackBerry Bold, and the compa-
nys first-ever clamshell-style flip
phone, which are due to hit store
shelves this holidayseason.
Analysts alsoexpect RIMto intro-
duce its first touch-screen phone.
Though RIM hasnt acknowledged
the existence of such a product, it
hinted at in a conference call after
the earnings news, citing ship-
ments in small quantities of an un-
announced product later this year
orearlynext year.
RIM said it expects gross margin
inthe current November quarter of
47%, below views of 50%, and told
analysts to expect gross margins in
themid-40%rangefor fiscal 2010.
A reason for RIMs second-quar-
ter miss was a higher-than-expect-
ed tax rate, Thornton says. Other-
wise, the companys results were in
line with his expectations, he
added.
In our view revenue, EPS, sub-
scriber additions and unit sales
werespot on,hesaid.
RIM added 2.6 million net new
subscribers, up from 2.3 million in
the prior quarter, raising its total
subscriber account base to 19 mil-
lion. It shipped6.1 millionhandsets,
bringingthefirst-half total to11 mil-
lion.
Current results and projections
suggest RIMis not beinghurt bythe
popular iPhone, Thornton said.
The results also allayed concerns
that the nations current economic
weaknesswhichhas hit RIMs in-
vestment bankingcustomerspartic-
ularlyhardis weighingonRIM.
RIMis in a good position to with-
stand the economic turmoil, says
PacificCrest analyst James Fau-
cette, whopraisedthe companyina
recent researchnote.
We continue to believe Research
InMotionhasoneof themost defen-
sible positions among smart phone
manufacturers,hewrote.
About 42% of new subscribers in
the quarter were consumers, show-
ingthesuccess of RIMsthree-year-
oldpushinto the consumer market,
initially with its candy-bar sized
Pearl.
Bold was expected to hit U.S.
shelves in the summer, but was de-
layed for reasons the company
hasnt explained. AT&T
T
will carry
thephone, nowexpectedinNovem-
ber.
Eighty-two percent of RIMs sec-
ond-quarterrevenuecamefromde-
vice sales, 13% from services, and
5% from software and other offer-
ings.
Balsillie said the mobile phone
market is shifting to RIMs strong
suit: feature-reachsmart phones.
Thoughsuchhigh-endphones ac-
count for just 12% of all cell phone
shipments now, its the fastest-
growing segment of the handset
market.
BY SHEI LA RI LEY
FO R I N VESTO R' S BU SI N ESS D AI LY
Think youre too smart to fall for a
Nigerian e-mail scam? So did a
LongBeach, Calif., attorney recent-
ly tricked into sending $193,000 to
abogusclient viawiretransfer.
The unnamed lawyer, whose
story appeared recently in the Cali-
fornia Bar Journal, is one of agrow-
ing number of well-educated pro-
fessionals who have found them-
selves luredintothepopular ruse.
Its not clear how widespread the
trend is, because victims are, not
surprisingly, reluctant to come for-
ward; seeming so gullible doesnt
exactlyinspiretheconfidenceof po-
tential clients.
But according to the California
Bar Journal, at least six attorneys
have fallen for such tricks, which
have duped hundreds of ordinary
Internet users out of untold thou-
sands of dollars.
Commercial insurer CNA Finan-
cial warned its legal clients about
thescamearlier this year.
Hows it done? Through clever
e-mails written by criminals with
some knowledge of howlawoffices
work, says San Francisco lawyer
SEE LAWYER O N A5
Video Popularit y Cont est
Fewer Internet users watched online video
in August vs. July, but they watched
longer. Googles YouTube remained the
top video site. In politics, Republican
John McCains site closed the viewership
gap with Democrat Barack Obama.
Sources: Nielsen Online, VideoCensus (nielsen-online.com)
Tot al video st reams at president ial
candidat es Web sit es
Unique viewers at president ial
candidat es Web sit es
Overall U.S. online video usage Top U.S. online video brands
Disney Online
MSN/Windows Live
Fox Interactive Media
Yahoo
YouTube
August 08 %change (fromJuly 08)
Unique viewers 117.9 mil -1.0%
Total streams 8.0 bil -5.5%
Streams per viewer 68.4 -4.5%
Time per viewer 183.9 min 7.8%
By visitors
76,746
19,659
16,053
12,035
10,341
In thousands
0
500
1,000
1,500
Aug July June 08
In thousands
0
300
600
900
Aug July June 08
BarackObama.com
John McCain 2008
BarackObama.com
John McCain 2008
INTERNET &TECHNOLOGY
Research In Mo-
tion co-CEOJim
Balsillie (above)
helped launch
the BlackBerry
Bold in Mumbai,
India, this
month. On Thurs-
day, RIMmissed
second-quarter
views and fore-
cast a weaker-
than-expected
third quarter,
and shares
plunged in after-
hours trading.
Analysts partly
blamedhigh prod-
uct rollout costs.
Balsillie says
Bold product
reviews have
been over-
whelmingly posi-
tive. AP
Lawyers Are
Targets Of
Some Scams
E-mails sent by bogus
clients can sometimes
find their legal marks
INVESTOR' S BUSINESS DAILY INTERNET & TECHNOLOGY FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 26, 2008 A5
Accenture Q4 Profit
Beats Expectations;
Forecast Beats Views
EPS Minus Items Jumps 35%
Reeling financial services
sector has had modest
impact on firm, CEO says
Navy Melds Old, New Computers
Tech services firm SAIC
has task of creating the
network as a platform
Doug Hendricks, who heads risk
management for international firm
Morrison&Foerster.
In one version, fraudsters go to a
firms Web site, claiming to be in a
contract dispute with Company X
inanother state.
After the lawoffice signs themup
as clients, they quickly announce
that the dispute has been settled.
Thats followed by the news that a
cashiers check fromthe previously
uncooperative company is in the
mail totheattorney.
Whenthe checkarrives, the client
asks the law firm to transfer the
money to Company Y in another
countrytocloseout adeal there.
The attorney contacts the bank to
see that the funds from the check
are available and then transfers the
cash. Only later does the bank real-
izethe checkis fake. Bythe timethe
bank informs the lawfirm, it has al-
ready transferred the money to the
scammer, meaning the money
couldbegonefor good.
And the attorney could be looking
at professional liability.
When a customer deposits a
check, fundsmust beavailablewith-
in a few days, even though the
check may not clear for a couple of
weeks. Theinterimprovidesoppor-
tunityfor financial mischief.
These e-mails are written just
plausiblyenoughsotheygetthrough
thatfirst level,Hendrickssaid.
Giving potential clients Web site
access, a marketing technique used
by even the most upscale firms,
leads totheproblem.
E-mails making it past an initial
screening can land in an attorneys
inbox, where theyre mistaken for
legitimateclient correspondence.
While his firm hasnt been
conned, Hendricks says, he under-
stands howthe ploy couldfool even
smart attorneys.
Lawyers fall for it because
theyre anxious tohave newclients,
and new clients come from unex-
pected sources sometimes, Hen-
dricks said. So its not out of the
realm of possibility that you might
get aclient fromaWebsite.
A lack of understanding of bank-
ing terms is part of the problem,
says CNA Financials warning:
The perpetrators, relying on their
targets ignorance of banking jar-
gon and regulations related to
check-cashing and availability,
have managed to con the attorneys
intotransferringfunds.
Scammers count on confusion
over the difference between having
funds availablefor useandhaving
acheckclear,CNAstates.
Probablyeverylawofficehas been
approached, Hendricks says.
Tom Zych, an attorney with law
firmThompson Hine, says his firm
has received several of the scamat-
tempts but wasnt fooled.
Simple economic principles work
inthescammers favor, hesays.
The cost of trying is so low, said
Zych, who heads the firms privacy
and information security team.
You only need to succeed a couple
of times to make it worthwhile. If
theydidnt succeed, theydstop.
The problem isnt fundamentally
oneof technology, hesays, but more
amatter of goodbusiness practice.
The cyberspace con game doesnt
surprise Secret Service spokesman
Ed Donovan. The agency investi-
gates financial crimes, includingso-
called419crimes, namedfor theNi-
gerian penal code section address-
ingadvancefeefraud.
Its a volume business for them,
hesays. Theycast awidenet.
All professions can use a healthy
degree of skepticism in evaluating
potential new clients, Donovan
says. Public education is critical,
too, hesays.
Dont underestimate these peo-
ple, Donovan said. Theyre very
skilledat what theydo.
LAW YER FRO M A4
BY J. BONASI A
I N VESTO R' S BU SI N ESS D AI LY
Accenture gave investors hope
amidthefast-movingeconomic cri-
sis whenit beat profit estimates last
quarter and gave a forecast above
analyst views.
The company, which gets nearly a
fifth of its revenue from financial
services clients, Thursday said per-
share profit minus special items
jumped 34% from a year ago to 67
cents. Analysts polled by Thomson
Reutershadexpected66cents.
For its fourth quarter ended Aug.
31, thetechconsultinggiant saidnet
revenue revenue minus client re-
imbursements rose 18%to $6 bil-
lion, meetingviews.
Accenture forecast revenue of
$6.15-$6.35 billion for the current
quarter. Analysts hadforecast near-
ly$6.15billion. For thisfiscal year, it
forecast per-share profit of $2.85 to
$2.93, the midpoint just above ana-
lyst views of $2.88.
Accenture shares were up about
3% after hours, after it released its
latest results.
Despitethe economicturbulence
of the past two weeks, our clients
continuetoaskforourhelp,Accen-
ture CEO William Green said in a
conference call withanalysts. This
environment of economic change
and dislocation creates incredible
opportunities for Accenture.
Wearent the fat, we are the bone
whenit comestothese(client) com-
panies.
In regular trading Thursday, Ac-
centure shares rose 1.6% to 37.17.
Shares hit a 52-week high of 43.04
onSept. 19.
Accenture has 186,000 employees
in49countries, givingit abroadglo-
bal reach and helping it to with-
standrecent economicturmoil.
Accenture is well-positioned due
to its robust global delivery model
and strong client relationships
worldwide, said Moshe Katri, a
Cowen & Co. analyst. He rates the
stockoutperform, or buy.
Their model is holding up much
better than some of their peers,
Katri said.
But he points out Accentures lat-
est quarter ended before this
months dramatic collapse on Wall
Street. Like other companies, Ac-
centure faces fears of near-term
spendingparalysis, Katri said.
That concern was echoed in a re-
searchnote RodBourgeois of Bern-
steinResearchissuedWednesday.
The flux in the worlds financial
systemandthe relatedpotential for
client indecision could create diffi-
culty for Accenture, wrote Bour-
geois, who rates the stock outper-
form.
The latest results showed slowing
growthinfinancial services. Accen-
ture said its revenue for that sector
was$1.25billion, up10%inU.S. dol-
lars and 2% in local currency from
the year-ago quarter. In the previ-
ous quarter, its revenuefor that sec-
tor rose 18% in U.S. dollars and 8%
inlocal currency.
But Green expressed confidence
about Accentures exposure to the
financial services sector. He said
that of Accentures top 20 clients in
thesector, onlytwohavebeenmen-
tioned in the recent wave of bad fi-
nancial news.
When you look at the impact on
Accenture, franklyit has beenmod-
est,Greensaid. Wereholdingour
ownprettywell inthat market.
Accenture remains a top invest-
ment pick in the tech consulting
andoutsourcingsector by Goldman
Sachs analyst Julio Quinteros, who
ratesthestockabuy. InaSept. 17re-
search note, he warned of flat reve-
nue growth in Europe, but said Ac-
centurestill presentsupsidepoten-
tialfor investors.
Accentures business fundamen-
tals remain strong, says Bryan
Keane of Credit Suisse, who rates
the stock outperform. We contin-
ue to see signs Accenture is taking
significant market share assisting
companies in cutting costs and en-
hancingthetopline,Keanewrote.
But WachoviaCapital Markets an-
alyst Edward Caso last week low-
eredhisratingonAccenturetomar-
ket perform from outperform. He
cited growing strains in financial
services and widespread economic
weakness.
But Karl Kierstead of Kaufman
Bros. says hemet withcompany ex-
ecutives this month. We heard
nothing to make us believe that Ac-
centures business is weakening,
Kiersteadwroteinanote.
BY TH E ASSO C I ATED PRESS
MIAMI In a nod to how finicky
people have become about the gad-
getstheyuse, softwarecompanyCi-
trix Systems is rolling out a new
program for its workers: BYOC
BringYour OwnComputer.
Employees get a $2,100 stipend to
buy a laptop and three-year service
plan. Inexchangefor gettingacom-
puter with the specs they want
whether its a wide-screen, a light-
weight or ultra-fast processing
the workers essentially take on the
companys technology purchasing
andmaintenanceresponsibilities.
The 200 Citrix
CTXS
staffers who
have signed up since the pilot pro-
gram began this month say its a
deal theyrehappytotake.
Carolyn VanVurst says she loved
theideaof havingasinglelaptopfor
both personal and business use,
since shes on the computer so
much.
It was easier for me to have my
lifeononedeviceinsteadof separat-
ed,shesaid.
It appears that Citrix is the first
large company to take such a leap,
at least publicly. Steve Kleynhans,
an analyst at Gartner, said other
tech companies have started simi-
lar pilot programs under theradar.
The idea presents technical chal-
lenges such as making sure em-
ployees can access the programs
they need for their jobs as well as
corporate policy questions, includ-
ing how sensitive information is
protectedonthecomputers.
Theres a lot of groundwork that
needs tobedone,Kleynhans said.
For Citrix, the programis a way of
promotingits virtualization tech-
nology, which among other things
lets companies run software pro-
grams they need in a central data
center. Employees access the appli-
cations bylogginginremotely.
Pund-IT analyst Charles King
called it a very forward-looking
strategy. People tend to become
very personally attached to their
technology.
BY DOUG TSURUOKA
I N VESTO R' S BU SI N ESS D AI LY
The jargon-filled world of military
contracts canbe confusingtoinves-
tors, especially when it involves in-
formationtechnology.
But IT is a hot arena in defense,
says Science Applications Inter-
national Corp.
SAI
, at a time when
theU.S. isfightingoverseasandhon-
ingits abilitytodeal withconflicts.
Some of the latest Pentagon con-
tracts are to upgrade older, legacy
computer networks onNavyships.
Inthelast year, SAIChaswoncon-
tracts to do just that, from the
Navys Space and Naval Warfare
Systems Center in San Diego. In its
most recent quarter, SAICsaidreve-
nuerose15%to$2.55billion.
Deborah Alderson, president of
SAICs defense solutions group, re-
cently spoke with IBD about how
SAIC is helping to stitch together
old and new computer systems on
Navyshipsandshorefacilities.
IBD: What kind of IT upgrading is
SAICdoing for the Navy?
Alderson: It represents about $1
billion in (annual) business. About
half of that is for the so-called
Space and Naval Warfare Systems
Command.
SPAWARhas a lot of responsibili-
ty for upgrading IT and communi-
cations for the Navy, along withsys-
temimplementation.
IBD: Does the Navys ITmoderniza-
tion effort have a name?
Alderson: Its part of whats called
Information Technology for the
21st Century, or IT-21, a program
to connect Navy ships and shore fa-
cilities with the latest ITsystems.
IBD: What role does SAIC play in
these Navy ITefforts?
Alderson: Were supporting one
of the major responsibilities
which is IT upgrades. What we do
plays totally into (the idea) of sys-
teminteroperability.
IBD: Howdo you do that?
Alderson: Everybody has their
own systems in the military. How
do you get interoperable? Well, the
Navys Space and Warfare Com-
mand is responsible for making
sure that the ITsystems that are de-
ployed play into the interoperable
or joint warfare arena and serve
our war-fighters.
IBD: Why is SAICbeing tapped?
Alderson: SAIC has been around
for a while. We service our custom-
ers and invest in our future. Were
one of (the Navys) go-to compa-
nies in implementing ITupgrades.
IBD: What are the requirements for
this kind of work?
Alderson: You need detailed
knowledge of the Navys computer
systems. And weve supported the
Navy in this for a long time.
IBD: What is SAICs forte?
Alderson: One of our strengths is
the people we hire. The only way
you can effectively upgrade legacy
and IT systems is to understand
the operational, or users, point of
view. Thats what makes SAIC
unique. We just dont go out and
hire (someone else to do the work).
We build across legacy systems
and integrate across legacy sys-
tems, with the direct result being a
stronger, operational command-
and-control presence for the Navy.
IBD: What is the concept behind
this ITwork youre doing?
Alderson: Its calledservice-orient-
ed architecture. SOA is about tak-
ing all these (separate) IT systems
and turning them into whats
called the network as a platform.
IBD: What does that mean?
Alderson: Instead of a ship being
the (physical) platform(for various
weapons and communications sys-
tems), the network serves as the
platform. SAICs been investing in
SOAtechnology for years. The chal-
lenge has to do with how you get
data out of these old systems and
turn them into decision-making
tools with newcapabilities.
IBD: What function do these legacy
systems serve on Navy ships?
Alderson: The function of these
legacy systems is to collect the data
(and pass it on to other shipboard
IT systems). The Navy realized
that you can build on legacy sys-
tems without recreating them.
That saves a lot of money, and you
can take the money you save and
invest themin applications.
IBD: Howwill ITupgrade challeng-
es change as the military moves to
more advanced ITsystems?
Alderson: I think whats being put
into (military IT) requirements
(now) actually makes it easier to
upgrade a systemonce its in place.
You can integrate new technology
as you go along through a process
called technology insertion.
IBD: Did the Navy face problems be-
fore it hit on interoperability and
using the network as a platform?
Alderson: (The Navy) would buy a
system on paper, and 10 years later
(when it was deployed) it was al-
ready antiquated.
Its a challenge that the whole mil-
itary has, not just the Navy: How
can you get the best out of your leg-
acy computers?
Cost Of Trying E-Mail Scam Low
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Citrix Program
Lets Employees
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Workers Get $2,100 Stipend
CHINAS third manned space flight, Shenzhou 7, launched Thursday as crowds watched a big screen in Beijing. AP
Science
Applications
International
Corp.
President,
defense
solutions group
51 years old
B.S., M.S., College of Resource
Management, Virginia
Polytechnic Institute and
State University
Favorite pastime: Hiking with
her family
Deborah Al derson
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BY MARI LYN ALVA
I N VESTO R' S BU SI N ESS D AI LY
You dont hear much about waiting
lists at hospitals. But its a different
story with mental-health facilities,
where demand for beds often ex-
ceeds supply.
Its not that the financial crisis has
put peopleover theedge.
The supply crunch goes back to
the 1990s, when insurance compa-
nies and others reduced reimburse-
ments and cracked down on admis-
sions and stays. In the last decade,
even some state-owned facilities
closed.
The industry contracted and has
never fully recovered, leaving pa-
tients underserved.
While all this might challenge pa-
tients looking for treatment spots,
its a positive for operators like Psy-
chiatric Solutions
PSYS
, or PSI for
short.
The Franklin, Tenn., firmruns the
largest number of inpatient behav-
ioral healthunits intheU.S. about
100 in 31 states, with 10,000 beds in
total.
About 54% are short-term, acute-
carefacilities, mostlyfor adults. The
rest are residential treatment cen-
ters for longer stays. Patients in
those centers are mostly children
andteens.
Akeychallengefor PSI is meeting
the continuing growth in demand,
said Brent Turner, executive vice
president for finance and adminis-
tration.
Someof that newdemandis due to
greater acceptance of psychiatric
care and better commercial insur-
ancecoverage. Manystates haveen-
acted mental-health parity bills re-
quiring insurers to provide similar
levels of funding for mental- and
physical-healthservices.
Afederal mental-health parity bill
pending in Congress would boost
spending levels further should it
pass. It has bipartisansupport.
That will over time provide more
dollars for psychiatric services, and
that should flow through to PSI,
said analyst Kevin Campbell of
AvondalePartners.
It would also benefit Universal
Health Services
UHS
, PSIs closest
rival, and others in the fragmented
industry.
About a third of PSIs services are
paid by HMOs and other commer-
cial and private payers. Another
third comes from Medicaid; 13% is
paid by Medicare. State agencies
andthirdparties makeuptherest.
In terms of paying customers, PSI
tries tokeepbadapples at bay.
Theyre able to pre-screen pa-
tients. Andthose whodont have in-
surance and are unable to pay pri-
vately are referred to other places
that are not-for-profit, Campbell
said. For a health care service pro-
vider, it has low bad-debt expenses
(lessthan2%of revenue).
Some states are looking to trim
Medicaidspending. PSIhasgeneral-
ly been getting 2% to 4% Medicaid
hikes fromstates.
But analyst David Bachman of
Longbow Research says PSI
shouldnt be too worried about po-
tential cuts.
The important thing to remem-
ber is that theMedicaidtheyreceive
is almost all through children and
adolescent populations and its
tougher to cut those programs,
Bachman said. In most instances,
cuts tendtofocus onadults.
To keep growing, PSI buys facili-
tiesfromotheroperators asamatter
of policy, now at a targeted rate of
six a year. That rate is down from
the last few years. It then works to
improveutilizationratesandoperat-
ingperformance.
Evenmore key, PSI expands many
of its facilities.
Building new facilities is costly
and takes time, so acquisitions and
expansions aremorecost-effective.
First and foremost is our organic
growth, andthenitsmakingacquisi-
tionstoincreasethenumberof facili-
ties inside that baseline, Turner
said.
Acquisitions have kept the compa-
nys debt load fairly high, however:
about $1.3 billion. Thats almost as
much as PSIs annual revenue,
which is expected to reach $1.8 bil-
lionthis year.
But new acquisitions arent likely
tobeas bigas the$433.7millionHo-
rizon Health deal in June 2007,
whichadded1,600beds.
And when it expands existing
units, it does so in a very rational
way,says Bachman.
PSI adds beds toexistingfacilities
where they knowthey have waiting
lists, he said. So when those beds
arebuilt, theyrampuptoahighutili-
zationrateveryquickly.
The expansion pace seems to be
picking up. The company added
300 beds in the first six months of
this year and plans another 300
through the end of the year. Anoth-
er 400areplannedfor 2009.
Were adding across the country
wherever the need is, Turner said.
Threenewexpansions areslatedfor
California.
PSIs heaviest concentration of
unitsisinTexas, followedbyVirgin-
ia, FloridaandCalifornia.
Same-facility revenue in the sec-
ondquarter rose 7.8%fromthe year
before, thanks mostlytoa5.1%jump
in net revenue per patient day and a
2.7%increaseinpatient days.
Total revenue in the quarter grew
28.4% to $451 million, driven by
newbeds. Profit roseat ahigherrate
thanrevenueduetounit-level oper-
ating leverage fromexpansions and
enhancedproductivity.
As we growincremental revenue,
our cost structure doesnt grow as
linearly,Turner said.
Second-quarter profit jumped
41% from a year earlier to 52 cents
per share.
Analysts polled by Thomson Reu-
ters expect PSIs earnings to rise
37% this year to $2.04 a share and
thenmoderatein2009and2010toa
growthrateof 17%to18%.
One place PSI is not expanding is
at Riveredge in Forest Park, Ill.,
whereadmissions areonholdpend-
ing an investigation by the Illinois
Department of ChildrenandFamily
Services. Allegations involve failure
to properly report patient fights
that occurredin2006and2007.
PSI has since taken actions to im-
prove quality control there and told
analysts that fewer than 1% of sur-
veysof itslocationshavefoundprob-
lemareas.
Still, the firms stock took a hit in
July after the Chicago Tribune
wrote about the investigation.
Shares havebouncedbackandwere
tradingaround36.
maycurbnewlending.
Banks are in survival mode and
they want to conserve capital, not
extend credit, said Max Bublitz,
chief investment strategist at SCM
Advisors.
Consumersareespeciallyvulnera-
ble to tighter credit given the weak
jobmarket andfallinghomeprices.
New-homesalesfell 11.5%toanan-
nual rate of 460,000 in August, the
fewest sinceJanuary1991, theCom-
merce Department said Thursday.
The medianprice sank to $221,900,
afour-year low.
Household debt as a share of net
worth rose to 68% in the second
quarter, the highest since 2002, ac-
cordingtotheFederal Reserve.
The pace of U.S. borrowing
slowedtoanannualized3.5%inthe
second quarter, the lowest since
1996, the Fed said. Thats down
from5.5%theprevious quarter.
Tighter credit is starting to infect
thebroader economyas theU.S. en-
ters a period of massive consumer
retrenchment,Bublitzsaid.
If somethingis not donequicklyto
address the frozen credit markets,
the U.S. risks sinking into a lengthy
recession.
The early 1990s recessionmay be
similar to now only in that there
was acredit crunch, althoughnot as
bad as now. That recession wasnt
long, but the recovery was very
weak for quite a while after it
ended, said Lakshman Achuthan,
managing director at the Economic
CycleResearchInstitute.
ECRIs leading U.S. index fell to a
five-year low for the week ended
Sept. 12, suggesting that the current
business cyclehas yet tohit bottom.
U.S. employers have shedpayrolls
for eight straight months, cutting
605,000 jobs so far this year. The
jobless rate was 6.1% in August, up
from4.7%ayear earlier.
Newjoblessclaims rosetoaseven-
year high of 493,000 last week, the
Labor Department said. Hurricane
Gustav inflated claims, but the gen-
eral trendhas beenworsening.
The job market could get worse if
businessesarecut off fromcredit.
The commercial paper market,
where businesses go to get short-
term loans, has shrunk by $113 bil-
lionover thelast twoweeks.
The percentage of small-business
owners reporting that loans are
hardertoget rosetoanet 10%inAu-
gust, accordingtotheNational Fed-
erationof Independent Business. In
2003, only 3% reported that loans
wereharder toget.
Evenhighly ratedcorporate titans
are being squeezed, with Caterpil-
lar and Honda selling debt this
weekat extremelyhighyields.
Companies credit woes are curb-
ingbuysof big-ticket items. Newdu-
rable goods orders fell 4.5% last
month, theworstdropsinceJanuary
and the lowest level in three years.
Core capital goods orders, a proxy
for business investment, sank2%.
Businesses arebeingsqueezedby
the credit crunch, and if they lose
their ability to secure financing,
they cant meet payroll needs, said
David Kelly, chief market strategist
at JPMorgan Funds. And without
jobs, confidence falls and spending
is reinedin.
CRUN CH FRO M A1
Leading New Issues
these securities via market mecha-
nisms, such as reverse auctions in
which the government would ac-
cept thelowest priceoffered.
Treasury would buy above the
rock-bottom, fire-sale price, but
perhapsbelowthehold-to-maturi-
typrice, Bernankesaid.
Rather than an expenditure of
$700 billion, it would be an invest-
ment that wouldcost far less to tax-
payers, officials said.
The difference between current
market value and the price Trea-
sury pays will act as a capital injec-
tionintothefinancial sector.
Bill Gross, chief investment offic-
er of Pacific Investment Manage-
ment Co., said he expects the Trea-
suryprogramwill add$50billionin
capital tothebankingsystem.
The plan goes far, but it doesnt
go far enough in terms of recapital-
ization,hetoldCNBC.
He thinks the banking system
needs $500billion.
Amajor goal of therescueplanisto
create more transparency and less
uncertainty about banks balance
sheets, Bernankesaid.
Policymakersprobablyarehoping
that a removal of the assets from
lenders balance sheets . . . will limit
theirdownsiderisksandallowthem
toattract privatecapital,wroteCit-
igroupchief economist Lewis Alex-
ander.
Toward that end, the Fed has
eased restrictions on private equity
investments inbanks, henoted.
But granting the government
stock warrants to firms that sell
mortgagesecurities tothe Treasury
woulddiminishtheabilityof inter-
mediariestoattract privatecapital,
Alexander said.
Paulson and Bernanke opposed
warrants at Tuesdays Senate bank-
ing panel hearing, citing the impact
onparticipation.
If we have to have companies
grant equity stakes, grant options,
that would render this ineffective,
Paulsonsaid.
HerejectedCEOpaylimitsonpar-
ticipatingfirms for thesamereason.
But onWednesday, hebacktracked.
The American people are angry
about executive compensation and
rightfully so, he told the House Fi-
nancial Services Committee. We
must findawaytoaddressthisinthe
legislation without undermining
theeffectivenessof theprogram.
RESCUE FRO M A1
PSYCHI A TRI C SOLUTI ONS I NC. Frankl in, Tenn.
Company Providing Refuge For Mental Patients And Investors
Ensign Group
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dropped in early trading
Thursday but recovered in the afternoon to
close up 5.9% at 15.70. Volume was more
thanthreetimes average. Thenursing-home
chain hit a new high above 18 last Friday,
then pulled back below the 50-day moving
average. It debutedat 16onNov. 9.
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Psychiatric Solutions
psysolutions.com
Ticker PSYS
Share price Near 37
12-month sales $1.68 bil
5-year profit growth rate 38%
IBD SmartSelect Corporate Ratings
Composite Rating 98
Earnings Per Share 97
Relative Price Strength 78
Industry Group Relative Strength A+
Sales+Profit Margins+ROE B
Accumulation/Distribution B-
See investors.comfor more details
Ment al-Healt h Gains
In a supply-constrained industry, behavioral-health facility
operator Psychiatric Solutions keeps adding beds to meet
growing demand. Its also been getting solid price increases from
many payers, which also helps boost unit-level sales.
Sources: Company reports, Banc of America Securities
Comparative-unit sales*
Payer mix, 2007 Licensed beds
*year-over-year growth at facilities open at least one year
3
5
7
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Q2 Q1 08 Q4 Q3 Q2 Q107
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8
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Insurance/
managed care
33%
Third party
6%
Medicare
13%
State agencies
16%
Medicaid
32%
In thousands
Ensign Rebounds Above 50-Day Line
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Sup/Demand 86
Bleeds through 10-week support in troubled base attempt.
VARIAN MEDICAL SYSTEMS (VAR) Grp 21 o$62.39
119.9M Shares 99 Comp. Rating 91 EPS RS 96 ROE 33%
DEVELOPS ONCOLOGY SYSTEMS/EQUIPMENT USED IN RADIATION THERAPY
AND X-RAY IMAGING COMPONENTS AND SUBSYSTEMS.
+18% Ann. EPS Gro PE 26 Avg. D. Vol 1,698,700 Debt 5%
Last Qtr Eps +45%5 Prior Qtr +17%5 Last Qtr Sales +21%
2 Qtrs EPS )15%
Eps Due 10/24
R&D 6%
Acc/Dis B-
Sup/Demand 76
Support at 10-week in 6-week flat base.
UNIFIRST CORP (UNF) Grp 23 $46.60
13.7M Shares 96 Comp. Rating 86 EPS RS 89 ROE 10%
PROVIDES WORKPLACE UNIFORMS, PROTECTIVE CLOTHING, INDUSTRIAL
WIPING PRODUCTS, FLOORMATS AND OTHER NON-GARMENT ITEMS
+12% Ann. EPS Gro PE 15 Avg. Daily Vol 107,100 Debt 41%
Last Qtr Eps +23%6 Prior Qtr +84%5 Last Qtr Sales +11%
3 Qtrs EPS )15%
Eps Due 10/24
Acc/Dis B+
Sup/Demand 51
Working on right side of base; needs some up volume.
JOHN BEAN TECHNOLOGIES (JBT) Grp 30 $13.83
27.3M Shares 97 Comp. Rating 92 EPS RS 85 ROE 20%
MANUFACTURES FOOD PROCESSING MACHINERY AND GROUND-BASED
AIRPORT EQUIPMENT FOR THE AIR TRANSPORTATION INDUSTRY.
+33% Ann. EPS Gro PE 7 Avg. Daily Vol 722,500 Debt 0%
Last Qtr Eps +62%6 Prior Qtr +207%5 Last Qtr Sales +16%
2 Qtrs EPS )15%
R&D 1%
Acc/Dis
Sup/Demand 90
IPO shapes base with possible 14.57 buy point.
PERRIGO CO (PRGO) Grp 35 o$38.21
76.4M Shares 99 Comp. Rating 87 EPS RS 94 ROE 18%
DEVELOPS BRANDED OTC PHARMACEUTICALS, GENERIC PRESCRIPTIONS,
ACTIVE PHARMACEUTICALS AND NUTRITIONAL PRODUCTS.
+22% Ann. EPS Gro PE 24 Avg. D. Vol 1,102,500 Debt 96%
Last Qtr Eps +63%6 Prior Qtr +96%5 Last Qtr Sales +34%
5 Qtrs EPS )15%
Eps Due 11/1
R&D 4%
Acc/Dis A-
Sup/Demand 72
Breaks out of flat base; 4% above 36.89 buy point.
QUALITY SYSTEMS INC (QSII) Grp 4 o$43.11
17.8M Shares 99 Comp. Rating 96 EPS RS 97 ROE 38%
DEVELOPS HEALTHCARE PRACTICE AND ELECTRONIC RECORDS MANAGE-
MENT SOFTWARE APPLICATIONS FOR MEDICAL AND DENTAL PRACTICES.
+31% Ann. EPS Gro PE 28 Avg. Daily Vol 361,500 Debt 0%
Last Qtr Eps +38%5 Prior Qtr +32%5 Last Qtr Sales +31%
4 Qtrs EPS )15%
Eps Due 10/31
R&D 6%
Acc/Dis B+
Sup/Demand 75
After bearish reversal, finds huge support at 10-week line.
AMERICAN PUBLIC EDUC INC (APEI) Grp 8 $46.35
11.2M Shares 99 Comp. Rating 98 EPS RS 96 ROE 37%
OFFERS ONLINE POSTSECONDARY EDUCATION TO 30,000 STUDENTS IN 50
STATES AND 130 COUNTRIES
+198% Ann. EPS Gro PE 64 Avg. Daily Vol 205,200 Debt 0%
Last Qtr Eps +77%5 Prior Qtr +73%6 Last Qtr Sales +55%
6 Qtrs EPS )15%
Eps Due 11/16
Acc/Dis A
Sup/Demand 71
Reverses lower after hitting new price high 9/19.
EXPRESS SCRIPTS INC (ESRX) Grp 11 o$72.70
249.5M Shares 96 Comp. Rating 95 EPS RS 91 ROE 69%
PROVIDES PHARMACY BENEFIT MANAGEMENT SERVICES TO MANAGED CARE
ORGANIZATIONS, EMPLOYERS, INSURERS AND ADMINISTRATORS.
+36% Ann. EPS Gro PE 27 Avg. D. Vol 2,545,100 Debt 253%
Last Qtr Eps +33% Prior Qtr +33%6 Last Qtr Sales +3%
24 Qtrs EPS )15%
Eps Due 10/24
Acc/Dis B-
Sup/Demand 68
Builds base-on-base with support at 10-week moving average.
ALCON INC (ACL) Grp 14 o$167.70
77.7M Shares 99 Comp. Rating 91 EPS RS 88 ROE 52%
SWISS DEVELOPER OF PHARMACEUTICALS, SURGICAL TOOLS, CONTACT LENS
CARE AND OTHER PRODUCTS FOR EYE DISEASES AND DISORDERS.
+26% Ann. EPS Gro PE 28 Avg. Daily Vol 376,000 Debt 2%
Last Qtr Eps +27%5 Prior Qtr +18%5 Last Qtr Sales +18%
2 Qtrs EPS )15%
Eps Due 10/24
R&D 10%
Acc/Dis B
Sup/Demand 20
Forming flat base; tight trade is nice, but resistance at 10 wk.
ENSIGN GROUP INC (ENSG) Grp 16 $15.70
8.2M Shares 98 Comp. Rating 89 EPS RS 97 ROE 23%
OPERATES 54 SKILLED NURSING FACILITIES AND 7 ASSISTED LIVING
FACILITIES IN CA, AZ, TX, UT, WA AND ID.
+14% Ann. EPS Gro PE 14 Avg. Daily Vol 67,900 Debt 47%
Last Qtr Eps +14%6 Prior Qtr +55%5 Last Qtr Sales +15%
0 Qtrs EPS )15%
Eps Due 12/21
Acc/Dis B
Sup/Demand 40
Thinly traded new issue reverses after hitting new high.
TRUE RELIGION APPAREL (TRLG) Grp 20 o$29.99
22.8M Shares 99 Comp. Rating 90 EPS RS 98 ROE 39%
MARKETS HIGH-FASHION JEANS, SKIRTS, DENIM JACKETS AND TOPS FOR
MEN, WOMEN AND CHILDREN WORLDWIDE.
+27% Ann. EPS Gro PE 20 Avg. Daily Vol 940,600 Debt 0%
Last Qtr Eps +63%5 Prior Qtr +4%6 Last Qtr Sales +79%
1 Qtrs EPS )15%
Eps Due 11/7
Acc/Dis A-
Sup/Demand 94
In seventh week of cup base; previous resistance near 32.
STANDARD PARKING CORP (STAN) Grp 23 $21.77
8.2M Shares 96 Comp. Rating 86 EPS RS 86 ROE 43%
PROVIDES PARKING MANAGEMENT SERVICES FOR OVER 2,100 PARKING
FACILITIES IN OVER 330 CITIES IN THE U.S. AND CANADA.
+13% Ann. EPS Gro PE 22 Avg. Daily Vol 58,300 Debt 196%
Last Qtr Eps +18%6 Prior Qtr +28%5 Last Qtr Sales +16%
2 Qtrs EPS )15%
Eps Due 10/31
Acc/Dis C+
Sup/Demand 39
Nearly 9-month cup with handle base has buy point of 25.
CHATTEMINC (CHTT) Grp 29 o$79.84
15.8M Shares 96 Comp. Rating 89 EPS RS 90 ROE 39%
MANUFACTURES MUSCLE PAIN RELIEVERS, DANDRUFF SHAMPOOS, SUN-
SCREENS, DIETARY SUPPLEMENTS AND OTHER CONSUMER PRODUCTS
+25% Ann. EPS Gro PE 20 Avg. Daily Vol 375,000 Debt 250%
Last Qtr Eps +30%5 Prior Qtr +24%6 Last Qtr Sales +3%
7 Qtrs EPS )15%
Eps Due 1/29
Acc/Dis B+
Sup/Demand 86
Shaping seven-month base; only 2% off February high.
ENPRO INDUSTRIES INC (NPO) Grp 30 o$38.37
19.6M Shares 98 Comp. Rating 90 EPS RS 86 ROE 19%
MANUFACTURES SEALING, ENGINEERING AND ENGINE PRODUCTS FOR
PETROCHEMICAL, PAPER AND AUTOMOTIVE MARKETS.
+25% Ann. EPS Gro PE 9 Avg. Daily Vol 310,700 Debt 38%
Last Qtr Eps +37%5 Prior Qtr +13%6 Last Qtr Sales +25%
1 Qtrs EPS )15%
Eps Due 11/1
Acc/Dis C
Sup/Demand 80
Falls below 40.91 cup-with-handle buy point and 10-week line.
OPEN TEXT CORP (OTEX) Grp 38 o$35.04
47.1M Shares 98 Comp. Rating 88 EPS RS 91 ROE 18%
DEVELOPS CONTENT MANAGEMENT SOFTWARE THAT CAPTURES, MANAGES,
STORES AND DELIVERS ORGANIZATIONAL CONTENT THROUGH NETWORKS.
+42% Ann. EPS Gro PE 17 Avg. D. Vol 1,082,600 Debt 48%
Last Qtr Eps +21%6 Prior Qtr +41%6 Last Qtr Sales +14%
6 Qtrs EPS )15%
Eps Due 11/1
R&D 14%
Acc/Dis B+
Sup/Demand 87
Four of last 6 weeks finish within 1% of 35.30.
IBD Weekly Review 85-85 Index
Performance of Your Weekly Review stocks, which have Earnings
Per Share and Relative Strength Ratings of 85 or higher
0
-50
50
100
150
200%
85-85 Index: 129.4%
S&P 500: -3.7%
Performance 1/1/01 to 9/19/08
85-85 Index
08 07 06 05 04 03 02 01
S&P 500
Life Partners Hldg LPHI 19 A 93 99 +14 35.88 +1.15 Vanguard Small Cap B+ 0.0 +
Big Lots BIG 17 B 90 94 33 30.20 1.39 Amer Century Herit A+ 1.1 N
Quality Systems QSII 28 B 96 97 28 43.11 2.85 Tfs Market Neutral A+ 0.0 N
Almost Family Inc AFAM 25 B 95 99 52 41.45 +2.23 Brazos Micro Cap Y A 1.9 N
Gentiva Health Svc GTIV 20 B 88 97 48 26.82 0.18 AimSmall Cap Equi A 1.9 N
Aerovironment Inc AVAV 31 C 87 97 22 32.74 +0.35 Royce Micro Cap In A 1.1 N
American Public Ed APEI 64 A 98 96 39 46.35 3.03 Blackrock Small Gr A 0.2 N
Strayer Education STRA 41 B 88 89 49 209.32 11.7 Amer Century Herit A+ 0.6
Urban Outfitters URBN 30 B 95 94 14 34.29 1.47 CgmFocus Fund A+ 0.5 N
Covance CVD 32 B 89 89 22 94.09 0.76 Amer Century Giftr A+ 0.8
Express Scripts ESRX 27 B 95 91 39 72.70 1.66 Amer Century Giftr A+ 3.1
Icon PLCADS ICLR 35 B 90 94 23 39.02 1.94 Amer Century Intl A+ 19.5 +
Kendle Intl KNDL 25 B 98 89 18 46.46 3.12 Tfs Market Neutral A+ 0.1 +
Fastenal Co FAST 29 B 91 92 23 51.75 1.87 Amana Growth A 1.3 +
Alcon ACL 28 B 91 88 6 167.70 3.29 Janus Twenty A+ 4.8 +
Emergnt Biosolutns EBS 11 B 97 99 +5 14.26 +0.51 Tfs Market Neutral A+ 0.6 +
Genzyme Corp GENZ 22 B 86 90 20 80.44 0.23 Eaton V Multi-Cap A+ 1.6
United Therapeutic UTHR 61 A 93 96 38 110.00 +1.00 Alger Spectra A A+ 1.2
Ensign Group Inc ENSG 14 B 89 97 +164 15.70 2.67 Wells Fargo Advt S A+ 0.0
Skilled Healthcare SKH 18 A 94 92 26 15.78 0.91 Wells Fargo Advt S A+ 0.9 +
Cornell Companies CRN 23 A 90 89 44 26.71 0.34 Brazos Micro Cap Y A 2.2
Polo Ralph Lauren RL 17 B 86 85 28 70.59 0.87 Amer Century Herit A+ 1.8 N
True Religion Appr TRLG 20 A 90 98 21 29.99 1.09 Columbia Small Cap A+ 0.9 +
Warnaco Group Inc WRC 18 B 94 95 20 49.40 0.29 Amer Century Herit A+ 1.7 N
Idexx Laboratories IDXX 31 A 89 86 +5 58.02 2.57 Eaton V Tax Mgd Sm A+ 1.0 N
Varian Medical Sys VAR 26 B 91 96 23 62.39 +1.75 Amer Century Giftr A+ 2.1
Standard Parking STAN 22 C 86 86 22 21.77 1.41 Keeley Small Cap V A+ 0.2 +
Stanley Inc SXE 28 A 90 91 68 34.64 2.35 Tfs Market Neutral A+ 0.6 +
Sykes Enterprises SYKE 15 A 97 90 34 20.69 0.46 Dfa Emerg Markets A+ 0.0 +
Unifirst UNF 15 B 86 89 0 46.60 0.65 First Eagle Global A 1.3 +
Chattem CHTT 20 B 89 90 +16 79.84 +2.02 Pacific Advisors S A+ 3.9 +
DX P Enterprises DXPE 19 C 97 98 +1 59.90 4.37 Tfs Market Neutral A+ 0.7 +
Gormanrupp GRC 26 A 90 94 27 40.84 1.36 NewAlternatives F A+ 2.0 +
John Bean Tech JBT 7 92 85 69 13.83 0.22 NewAlternatives F A+ 2.0 +
EnPro Industries NPO 9 C 90 86 26 38.37 0.60 Icon Energy A+ 2.2 +
Stericycle SRCL 39 B 86 92 19 62.34 1.52 Fidelity Select Ch A+ 0.6 N
TeamInc TISI 31 B 91 90 56 36.91 1.05 Pacific Advisors S A+ 4.0 N
Perrigo Co PRGO 24 A 87 94 29 38.21 1.47 Eaton V Multi-Cap A+ 0.3 +
Open Text OTEX 17 B 88 91 +299 35.04 0.26 Amer Century Intl A+ 14.0 +
Sybase SY 17 B 89 93 +30 32.48 +0.17 Eaton V Tax Mgd Sm A+ 1.5
BY DONALD H. GOLD
I N VESTO R' S BU SI N ESS D AI LY
Your Weekly Review is littered
withmanyquestionablestocks.
Some charts look great, but the
companies sales and earnings are
weak. And beware of some of the
new names: Many are low-priced,
thinlytradedstocks.
But remember, the leaders of a
new market uptrend take four
weeks, or even up to 13 weeks, to
break out of bases once a follow-
through occurs. Maybe the new
leaders haveyet toemerge.
In-homenursingprovider Almost
Family
AFAM
has been pushing higher
for months despite the bear market.
Sales and earnings growth are
strong. But its recent pullback to its
10-week moving average lured
somebigselling.
GentivaHealth
GTIV
, anotherhome-
health care stock, also is testing its
10-week line after a solid rise. But
margins and return on equity are
low, debt is high and profit growth
is weak.
Drug benefits manager Express
Scripts
ESRX
is building a tight, hand-
some chart pattern. But sales are
barely rising, and the company
owes lots of money.
ThesurgingCommercial Services-
Schoolsgroupholds several Weekly
Reviewmembers.
American Public Education
APEI
had been largely shrugging off the
bear market. Sales and earnings
gains have been solid. Margins and
ROEarewide.
Strayer Education
STRA
has decent
sales and earnings, though not as
good as American Public Educa-
tions.
Still, some stocks have formed
solidchart actionandpossessfunda-
mentals of leadership quality.
Todays Weekly Review includes a
few such stocks, which have been
highlighted with black borders
aroundtheir charts.
Those should be worth further re-
search. The boxed stocks are all
still forming bases, which gives
sometimefor research.
Your
Weekly
Review
Weekly Review September 22 - September 26
All stocks above $10, within 15% of 12-month high, Earnings Per Share (EPS) Rat-
ing and Relative Price Strength (RS) Rating of 85 or more and average daily volume
of 10,000 or more are shown in order of Industry Group Relative Strength Rating.
Vol %Change is this weeks daily average compared with 50-day average. Stocks up
1 point or more with volume up at least 50% are boldfaced. Mutual fund data
include U.S. stock funds, their 36-Month Performance Rating and % of fund in the
stock. 0.0 = less than 0.1%, (+) added, () reduced, (N) new in latest report.
Watch For Iffy Fundamentals
Among Some Leading Stocks
ALMOST FAMILY INC (AFAM) Grp 5 $41.45
6.8M Shares 99 Comp. Rating 95 EPS RS 99 ROE 25%
PROVIDES IN-HOME NURSING SERVICES AND PERSONAL CUSTODIAL CARE
FOR RECUPERATING AND DISABLED PATIENTS.
+70% Ann. EPS Gro PE 25 Avg. Daily Vol 348,500 Debt 47%
Last Qtr Eps +43%5 Prior Qtr +36%6 Last Qtr Sales +50%
13 Qtrs EPS )15%
Eps Due 11/6
Acc/Dis B-
Sup/Demand 95
Ducks under, then regains 10-week moving average.
STRAYER EDUCATION INC (STRA) Grp 8 o$209.32
13.8M Shares 99 Comp. Rating 88 EPS RS 89 ROE 36%
OFFERS UNDERGRADUATE AND GRADUATE DEGREE PROGRAMS TO OVER
36,000 STUDENTS AT 55 CAMPUSES THROUGHOUT 13 STATES.
+18% Ann. EPS Gro PE 41 Avg. Daily Vol 135,400 Debt 0%
Last Qtr Eps +25%6 Prior Qtr +26%5 Last Qtr Sales +24%
6 Qtrs EPS )15%
Eps Due 11/1
Acc/Dis B
Sup/Demand 65
Falls belowits 10-week moving average on low volume.
ICON PLC ADS (ICLR) Grp 11 o$39.02
45.5M Shares 99 Comp. Rating 90 EPS RS 94 ROE 16%
IRISH PROVIDER OF CONTRACT CLINICAL RESEARCH SERVICES TO THE
PHARMACEUTICAL, BIOTECHNOLOGY AND MEDICAL DEVICE INDUSTRIES.
+43% Ann. EPS Gro PE 35 Avg. Daily Vol 269,600 Debt 13%
Last Qtr Eps +35%5 Prior Qtr +33%6 Last Qtr Sales +48%
11 Qtrs EPS )15%
Eps Due 10/23
Acc/Dis B
Sup/Demand 46
Forming new base, but trading below 10-week line.
EMERGENT BIOSOLUTIONS (EBS) Grp 15 o$14.26
13.4M Shares 99 Comp. Rating 97 EPS RS 99 ROE 15%
DEVELOPS IMMUNOBIOTIC VACCINES AGAINST BIOLOGICAL AGENTS THAT
ARE POTENTIAL WEAPONS OF BIOTERRORISM AND BIOWARFARE
+40% Ann. EPS Gro PE 11 Avg. Daily Vol 259,900 Debt 25%
Last Qtr Eps +135%6 Prior Qtr +340%5Last Qtr Sales +88%
2 Qtrs EPS )15%
Eps Due 11/2
R&D 29%
Acc/Dis B+
Sup/Demand 63
Rides 10-week support as it build right side of long base.
SKILLED HEALTHCARE GRP (SKH) Grp 16 $15.78
19.2M Shares 99 Comp. Rating 94 EPS RS 92 ROE 8%
OPERATES 64 SKILLED NURSING FACILITIES AND 13 ASSISTED LIVING
FACILITIES IN CA, TX, KS, MO AND NV.
+19% Ann. EPS Gro PE 18 Avg. Daily Vol 126,600 Debt 121%
Last Qtr Eps +60%6 Prior Qtr +77%5 Last Qtr Sales +19%
7 Qtrs EPS )15%
Eps Due 11/6
Acc/Dis A-
Sup/Demand 40
Thin microcap is forming base within larger consolidation.
WARNACO GROUP INC (WRC) Grp 20 o$49.40
43.3M Shares 99 Comp. Rating 94 EPS RS 95 ROE 15%
MANUFACTURES MEN'S, WOMEN'S AND CHILDREN'S SPORTSWEAR, SWIM-
WEAR AND UNDERWEAR UNDER OWNED AND LICENSED BRANDS.
+45% Ann. EPS Gro PE 18 Avg. D. Vol 1,107,100 Debt 40%
Last Qtr Eps +54%5 Prior Qtr +39%5 Last Qtr Sales +22%
2 Qtrs EPS )15%
Eps Due 11/5
Acc/Dis B-
Sup/Demand 89
Shaping base-on-base pattern; support at 10-week line.
STANLEY INC (SXE) Grp 23 $34.64
15.3M Shares 99 Comp. Rating 90 EPS RS 91 ROE 17%
PROVIDES SYSTEMS ENGINEERING, ENTERPRISE INTEGRATION, AND OPERA-
TIONAL LOGISTICS PRIMARILY FOR THE U.S. GOVERNMENT.
+40% Ann. EPS Gro PE 28 Avg. Daily Vol 222,100 Debt 21%
Last Qtr Eps +52%6 Prior Qtr +65%6 Last Qtr Sales +29%
6 Qtrs EPS )15%
Eps Due 11/1
Acc/Dis A-
Sup/Demand 67
In seventh week of new base; trying to hold its 10-week line.
D X P ENTERPRISES INC (DXPE) Grp 30 $59.90
3.8M Shares 98 Comp. Rating 97 EPS RS 98 ROE 25%
MANUFACTURES CENTRIFUGAL PUMPS, BEARINGS, FLEXIBLE-COUPLING,
AND CHAIN DRIVES AND HOSES FOR INDUSTRIAL CUSTOMERS.
+69% Ann. EPS Gro PE 19 Avg. Daily Vol 161,400 Debt 100%
Last Qtr Eps +66%5 Prior Qtr +23%6 Last Qtr Sales+120%
4 Qtrs EPS )15%
Eps Due 10/25
Acc/Dis C
Sup/Demand 89
Extended 31% past 45.74 buy point from handle of long base.
STERICYCLE INC (SRCL) Grp 32 o$62.34
78.6M Shares 98 Comp. Rating 86 EPS RS 92 ROE 19%
PROVIDES MEDICAL WASTE, INFECTION CONTROL AND PHARMACEUTICAL
RETURNS SERVICES FOR HOSPITALS, MEDICAL AND DENTAL OFFICES
+18% Ann. EPS Gro PE 39 Avg. Daily Vol 631,200 Debt 86%
Last Qtr Eps +22% Prior Qtr +22%6 Last Qtr Sales +19%
6 Qtrs EPS )15%
Eps Due 10/25
Acc/Dis B+
Sup/Demand 58
Clears flat base, then retests 61.90 buy point.
SYBASE INC (SY) Grp 38 o$32.48
75.6M Shares 98 Comp. Rating 89 EPS RS 93 ROE 18%
DEVELOPS ENTERPRISE DATABASE SOFTWARE FOR INFORMATION MANAGE-
MENT, DEVELOPMENT AND DATA INTEGRATION
+17% Ann. EPS Gro PE 17 Avg. D. Vol 1,151,400 Debt 49%
Last Qtr Eps +32%6 Prior Qtr +44%5 Last Qtr Sales +15%
4 Qtrs EPS )15%
Eps Due 10/25
R&D 14%
Acc/Dis B-
Sup/Demand 77
Third week below the 10-week-average line.
Weekly Review continued on A14
Vol Weeks Highest Performing 36 Mos % of
Acc EPS RS % Price Change Mutual FundWith Perf Fund In
Company Symbol P/E Dis Rtg Rtg Chg Close To Thurs Large Investment Rtg the Stk
A8 FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 26, 2008 INVESTORS.COM
Refinancing Window Open For Those With Good Credit, Equity
Strategy If Staying Put Awhile
Savings from lower rates
could make a refi worth it,
but do the tax math first
BY JEFF SCHNEPPER
FO R I N VESTO R' S BU SI N ESS D AI LY
Watch changing mortgage rates as
big financial news keeps unfolding.
It couldbetimetorefinance.
The housing markets cratering
sure makes it tougher for home-
owners to sell. But those staying
put, out of preference or pressure,
may save a lot by refinancing if they
tax-planwisely.
Arefinancingapplicationboomlet
hit two weeks ago, as mortgage
rates fell on the federal takeover of
loan outfits Fannie Mae
FNM
and
FreddieMac
FRE
. Rates have fluctu-
ated since with banks risk worries,
but remaindownfromamonthago.
For those with good credit, this
maybeauniqueopportunitytograb
a relatively low-interest loan, said
Joseph Tredinnick, a Cherry Hill,
N.J.-basedTDCommercebanker.
Economicevents couldencourage
atrimtothe key fedfunds rate, kept
steady at a midmonth meeting. But
so far, officials have held off. The
ratecanaffect adjustable-ratemort-
gages morethanfixedmortgages.
Homeowners canimmediatelyin-
crease cash in their pockets by refi-
nancingat reducedcurrent rates.
At midweek, 30-year fixed con-
forming mortgages averaged6.24%
and jumbos 7.60%, down from
6.57% and 7.68% respectively four
weeks earlier, says loan-tracker
HSH Associates. Thats a third of a
percentage-point drop in conform-
ing rates. On a $200,000 mortgage,
its a difference of $43.22 a month,
$15,560.36over thelifeof theloan.
Say a homeowner now has a 7%
30-year, $250,000 mortgage with
$200,000left topay off. If hes soon
able to get a 30-year refinancing at
6%, that would cut payments from
$1,663downto$1,199.
Time It Right
Its important to consider the
lengthof theloan.
Because the homeowner has al-
ready paid down the original
30-year mortgage, by accepting an-
other 30-year obligation the total
paid would increase. South Jersey
real estate agent Sandi Lichtman
says shehas asolutiontoavoidthat.
Use the monthly savings to pay
downtheprincipal, shesaid. Make
specific principal payments, to pay
off a new loan over the same years
aswereoutstandingontheold.
If the interest rate is lower, you
havetosavemoney,Lichtmansaid.
A rate drop of just 1% on a
$200,000 loan is almost a $2,000
savings thefirst year alone. Because
principal dropsmonthly, yearlysav-
ingsgodowntoo. But thehomeown-
er is always paying less in interest
thanif therewas norefinancing.
Its hard to go broke taking prof-
its, said Noam Yalon of TimePlus
Payroll, inCherryHill, N.J.
Paying at a lower interest rate also
cuts the tax deduction for those
whoitemize. Continuingtheearlier
example, in the top 35% bracket, a
$2,000loss inaninterest deduction
costs $700 in additional taxes paid.
But thats still $1,300in-pocket.
What if the bankrequires points
to refinance? These lender charges
are also calledloanoriginationfees,
maximum loan charges or premi-
umcharges. If just for useof money,
theyrepresent extrainterest.
A point is 1% of the loan amount.
So one point on a $200,000 mort-
gagecosts ahomeowner $2,000.
Points on a mortgage for a princi-
pal homeoneis buyingorimproving
are normally allowed as deductions
in full the year paid. But points on a
purerefinancingmust beamortized.
The IRS allows two methods.
Choosing the internal rate-of-re-
turn basis method, the bulk of de-
ductions is inearly years. The other
method, a ratable basis that di-
vides points over the number of
months of the loan term, generates
an equal deduction each month.
Most taxpayers usethat one.
A homeowner could get extra tax
savings if circumstances change.
Whensellingthe residence, anyun-
amortized points are deducted in
the year of the sale. If theres a sec-
ond refinancing, any unamortized
points onthefirst areallowedinfull
theyear of thenewrefinancing.
Say on Jan. 1, 2003, a homeowner
paid $3,600 in points on a 30-year
refinancing and refinanced again
Jan. 1, 2008 but for a 20-year
term, paying $2,400 in points. For
2008, an expense of $3,000 would
be allowed on the first refinancing,
plus $120onthesecond.
Home For How Long?
What to do about points depends
ontimehorizon. Evenif deductible,
points paidcut the savings fromthe
decreased interest rate. If moving
soon, a no-points loan, even with a
higherrate, maybebetter. Thelong-
er the home is kept, the less the im-
pact of the points and the greater
thesavings fromtherefinancing.
Loan availability has been shrink-
ing and creditor concern has cut
loan-to-value ratios. Only people
with good credit ratings are apt to
get favorable refinancing deals. But
those who do can keep more hard-
earneddollars intheir pockets.
00 Schnepper is a NewJersey law-
yer andCPA, personal financecol-
umnist andtheauthor of several
books ontaxstrategies.
INSIDE REAL ESTATE
ScreensattheNYSEshowingtheFedleavingakeyratealonemidmonth. AP
Rat es Fall, Rise
30-year fixed mortgage rate
averages
Source: HSH Associates *9/24/08
Current* Week ago Four weeks ago
Conforming Jumbo
6.57%
6.11%
7.68%
7.42%
7.60%
6.24%
Continuing their slide begun more than a year
ago, property-related IBD industry groups edged
down this week amid Wall Street tumult, tight
credit, and news of slowing home sales. Sagging
REIT, builder and real estate operator stocks hurt
group rankings.
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INVESTOR' S BUSINESS DAILY FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 26, 2008 A9
For Thursday, Sept. 25, 2008
How To Read Mutual Fund Tables & Graphs
Fund tables list 4,000 funds in the IBD Monday Special/IBD Weekly Special edition and 2,200 funds on other
days. The list is composed of funds with a 36-Month Performance Rating of A+, A or A- and with at least $200
million in assets, plus funds ranked by assets regardless of performance rating. All other funds can be found at
www.investors.com/data and at dailygraphs.coms Fund Center. O Denotes independent fund that does not belong
to family listed above. Each 36-Month Performance Rating, vs. all other mutual funds, is recalculated each month
on a total return basis. All dividends and capital gains included. Daily accrual fund returns are calculated on a
monthly basis. A+=Top 5%, A=Top 10%, A#=Top 15%, B+=Top 20%, B=Top 25%, B#=Top 30%, C+=Top 35%,
C=Top 40%, C#=Top 45%, D+=Top 50%, D=Top 60%, D#= Top 70%, E=Below70%. A+, A, A#and B+ 36-Month
Performance Ratings are all boldfaced. % changes are on a total return basis. Top 2% of funds in % performance
yesterday are boldfaced. Performance of income funds may be compared to other income funds, bond funds to
other bond funds, etc. Fund company family names are boldfaced. Fund family assets as of 08/31/08. b=assets used
to pay 12(b)(1) plan distribution costs, r=redemption charge may apply, n=no initial load and appears after Net
Asset Value, m=multiple fees, p=previous days quote, s=split, x=ex-dividend or capital gains distribution. 5-Yr
After Tax Rtn=5 year after-tax return assuming an average ordinary income tax rate of 35%on dividends and a 15%
long-termcapital gains tax rate. The top 25% of growth funds for the past 2 years that are beating the S&P 500 this
year are shown graphically each day on the first Mutual Funds page. All figures are on a total return basis. Funds
shown in the two daily performance lists have at least $125 million in assets and a 36-Month Performance Rating of
Bor better, unless otherwise noted.
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SPDR Gold Trust
GLD 86.45 +0.47 as of 9/25/08
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BY TRANG HO
I N VESTO R' S BU SI N ESS D AI LY
Evenas lawmakers workout details
of a tentative agreement to save the
countryif not theworldfromfi-
nancial collapse, uncertainty looms
inthemarket. Everybodyiswonder-
ingwheretoput their money.
Aninformal surveyof asset manag-
ers specializing in ETFs found that
most recommend taking defensive
positions bybuyinghardassetssuch
asgoldandcommodities.
Goldis the ultimatestorehouseof
value, said Louis Robin, president
of DAATAsset Management, which
oversees $30 million in assets. If
the government is going to issue
newTreasuries, theres goingtobea
lot more dollars out there, sotheres
going to be an inflationary environ-
ment.
As inflation rises, necessities such
as foodandenergy will get more ex-
pensive. But industrial commodi-
ties like base metals will underper-
form in a recession, Robin says. He
currently holds three ETFs: Power-
Shares DB Gold Double Long
DGP
,
which leverages a position in the
precious metal; PowerShares DB
Agriculture
DBA
, which buys futures
contracts on corn, wheat, soybeans
and sugar; and ProShares Ul-
traShort Lehman 20+ Treasury
TBT
,
whichgives twice the inverse of the
return of the Lehman Bros. 20+
Year U.S. Treasury index. Hes bet-
tingthat Treasuryprices will drop.
Ultimately, the bailout package is
goingtocreatealot of newTreasury
debt in the market, Robin said.
Theyieldcurveis going tosteepen;
short rates will stay low, but long
rates will start torise.
Double Gold Long has dropped
22.9% since its March inception,
about the same time gold peaked at
$1,011 an ounce. DBAgriculture has
fallen 24% from its high and has
slipped below both its 10- and
40-week moving averages. Ul-
traShort Lehman 20+ has dropped
8.26%sinceits May1 inception.
Robin says hes generated a 9.92%
gain for the year as of Sept. 24 vs.
-17.4% for the S&P 500. Over the
past three years, hes up 86%cumu-
latively, net of his 2.25%annual fee.
His performance ranks in the 97th
percentile of money managers, ac-
cording to Theta Investment Re-
search.
Going For Gold, Energy
Michael Fabian, director of client
services at Fabian Wealth Strate-
gies, recommends buying Market
Vectors Gold Miners
GDX
and Energy
Select Sector SPDR
XLE
as proxies for
goldandoil.
Gold Miners holds 27 companies.
Its exposure to Canada amounts to
63%of theindex, theU.S. 14%, South
Africa 14%, the U.K. 5.6% and Peru
4%. TheETFis35%belowitsMarch
highbut hasrallied33%fromitsnew
lowfromtwoweeksago.
Energy Select Sector holds 42 oil
companies, ledby ExxonMobil
XOM
,
at a 17.7%weighting. It has correct-
ed 23% from its May high but
bounced14%fromits 52-weeklow.
Weve seen a major sell-off in
commodities, and they put in a de-
cent bottom over the past few
weeks, said Fabian, whose firm
uses ETFs to manage more than
$100 million in assets. Well take
advantage of some upside in that,
but just as a trade. Nothing is long-
terminthis market.
Just theoppositefromRobin, Fabi-
ans firm is long on Treasuries and
hasput client moneyiniShares Leh-
man20+YearTreasuryBond
TLT
, cur-
rentlyyielding4.3%.
The government doesnt have
anything else to do other thana rate
cut, sowereplayingverydefensive-
ly,Fabiansaid.
But the dollar andU.S. equities are
the last place investors should want
to be for any length of time, accord-
ingtoPeterSchiff, president of Euro
Pacific Capital and the author of
Crash Proof: How to Profit From
theComingEconomicCollapse.
Schiff argues that the bailout and
theresultingfloodof debt will wors-
entheU.S. economyanddepletethe
dollarsvalueby70%to90%. Herec-
ommends buying gold, silver and
foreign companies that dont do
business withtheU.S.
This is the Titanic, and were
going down, Schiff said. The gov-
ernment doesnt solve problems.
The government doesnt stop loss-
es; theyjust shift thelosses.
George Luciani, president and
founder of Capital PlanningAdviso-
ry Group, sees a weaker greenback
as a boon to international markets.
He recommends iShares MSCI
Emerging Markets
EEM
and MSCI
EAFEIndex
EFA
.
EEM, 33% off its 52-week high,
holds 335 stocks fromBrazil, China,
Korea, Russia and18other develop-
ing countries. EFA, 30%off its high,
covers more than 800 stocks from
20 developed countries in Europe
andAsia.
We believe the market has bot-
tomed (at least temporarily); thus
its poised for a rally that could last
all or part of the fourth quarter
2008, said Luciani, who has $200
millioninassetsundermanagement.
A
A+ AcadEmMkt 14 21.02n +.60
AdvisorOne Funds
$ 936 mil 8668110225
E Amerigo N 9 12.49n +.26
AIM Funds A
$ 30.2 bil 8009594246
A+ AsianPacGr m 11 19.26 +.24
E Basic Bal b 11 10.45 +.03
E Basic Value b 14 23.01 +.27
C+ Cap Dvlp b 11 14.13 +.16
A Charter b 6 15.03 +.20
E Constlatn b 9 22.64 +.27
A+ Develp Mkts m12 23.51 +.62
A+ Energy b 11 39.70 +.59
A Euro Grwth m 8 31.46 +.36
B GlbHlthCare b 7 25.98 +.32
A GlbSmMidGr m10 17.37 +.20
A Intl Growth 6 25.00 +.35
A+ Intl Sml Co m 12 15.13 +.12
C+ Lrg Cap Gr b 9 10.53 +.17
A Mid Core Eq b 5 22.50 +.21
B+ Real Estate b 3 22.04 +.43
A Sml Cap Eq b 7 10.84 +.09
B+ Sml Cap Gr b 6 25.26 +.22
AIM Funds B
$ 4.4 bil 8009594246
E Basic Value m 14 20.77n +.24
B+ Charter m 6 14.37n +.18
AIM Funds C
$ 3.3 bil 8009594246
A+ Energy m 11 36.25n +.54
AIM Funds Instl
$ 3.1 bil 8005541156
A Intl Growth 6 25.41n +.36
A IntlCoreEq 4 11.65n +.29
AIM Funds P
$ 2.1 bil 8009594246
B+ Summit P b 8 12.43n +.14
AIM Funds Investor
$ 6.3 bil 8005541156
B Diverse Div b 2 11.67 +.16
B Dynamics b 12 18.26n +.19
A+ Energy b 11 39.56n +.59
A Euro Grwth m 8 31.42 +.37
B GlbHlthCare 7 25.99 +.32
Alger Funds A
$ 1.6 bil 8009923863
A+ Capital Appr 11 11.77 +.19
A Small Grow 10 5.85 +.04
A+ Spectra 11 8.91n +.13
Alger Instl
$ 3.1 bil 8009923863
A+ Cap Appr 11 16.74n +.27
B Mid Cap Gr 14 12.66n +.19
A Small Grow 10 22.11n +.15
Allegiant I
$ 3.9 bil 8006223863
A Intl Equity b 9 13.73n +.11
C Lg Cap Val b 6 14.46n +.37
Alliance Brnstn A
$ 22.7 bil 8002215672
D+ Bal Wealth 7 11.26 ..
E Balanced 4 13.97 +.24
C+ Global Tech 12 58.23 +.76
B GloblBond 4 7.50 .04
E Gr &Inc 6 3.31 +.08
E Growth 10 32.29 +.23
B+ HiIncome b 6 7.43 .06
A Intl Growth 11 14.85 +.20
B Intl Val 8 16.01 +.34
E Lrg Cp Grow 9 18.60 +.25
D Muni CA 4 10.19 .04
C Wealth Appr 8 12.48 +.20
Alliance Brnstn Adv
$ 5.8 bil 8002215672
A Intl Growth 11 14.99n +.20
B+ Intl Val 8 16.30n +.35
C Wealth Appr 8 12.54n +.20
Alliance Brnstn B
$ 3.8 bil 8002215672
D Bal Wealth 7 11.21n ..
Alliance Brnstn C
$ 5.6 bil 8002215672
D Bal Wealth 7 11.22n ..
A Intl Growth 11 13.59n +.18
B Intl Val 9 15.66n +.33
Alliance Brnstn I
$ 5.0 bil 8002215672
D GlbRlEstII 4 9.33n +.15
B+ Intl Value 8 16.07 +.34
D Intmd Dur 3 14.09n .09
Allianz A
$ 8.5 bil 8004260107
B+ NFJ Div Val 5 13.99 +.26
A+ NFJ IntlVal 10 20.93 +.46
D NFJSmlCpVal 5 28.66 +.23
A OCC Growth 10 25.16 +.37
Allianz Admin
$ 1.4 bil 8004260107
D NFJSmlVal 5 28.66n +.23
Allianz C
$ 3.6 bil 8004260107
B NFJ Div Val 5 13.96n +.26
A OCC Growth 10 20.83n +.31
A OCCTarget 15 15.54n +.26
Allianz Instl
$ 6.1 bil 8004260107
B+ NFJ Div Val 5 14.11n +.27
B NFJSmlCpVal 5 29.84n +.24
D AlphaHedg 7 11.43n ..
Alpine Funds
$ 3.1 bil 8887855578
E Dynamic Div 9 7.96 +.09
E Intl RealEst 15 21.94n +.05
Am Beacon AMR
$ 1.6 bil 8003883344
D Large Cap Val 7 18.76n +.35
Am Beacon Inst
$ 6.2 bil 8003883344
A EqIdxInstl 6 10.43n +.19
B+ Intl Equity 4 17.89n +.36
D Large Cap Val 7 18.94n +.36
E Sml Cap Val 5 16.70n +.18
Am Beacon Pln
$ 7.2 bil 8003883344
B+ Intl Equity 4 17.65n +.36
D Large Cap Val 7 18.03n +.34
E Sml Cap Val 5 16.30n +.18
Amana Funds
$ 1.3 bil 8007288762
A Growth 7 20.57n +.24
A Income 5 27.74n +.28
Amer Cent A
$ 5.7 bil 8003452021
C+ Equity Inc 3 7.02n +.14
A FundmtlEq 6 12.27 +.22
A+ Heritage 13 16.62 +.11
A IntlGrowth 8 10.45n +.10
B StrAlloMod 5 5.90n +.05
Amer Cent Adv
$ 2.0 bil 8003452021
B Infltn Adj 3 10.93n .03
A Vista 14 15.34n +.10
Amer Cent Instl
$ 7.7 bil 8003452021
E LrgCoVal 6 5.80n +.15
A Vista 14 16.14n +.11
Amer Cent Inv
$ 52.6 bil 8003452021
B 1ChoiceMod 5 11.09n +.10
D CA TxFreeBd 2 10.66n .04
C+ Divers Bd 0 10.13n .04
A+ Emerg Mkts 15 6.72n +.12
D EquityGrow 6 20.71n +.42
B EquityInc 3 7.02n +.14
A+ Giftrust 13 24.64n +.17
C Ginnie Mae + 1 10.33n ..
A+ Glbl Gold Eq 3 17.77n .51
A GlblGrwth 8 8.36n +.09
E Govt Bond 0 10.86n .03
B+ Growth 8 22.20n +.32
A+ Heritage 13 17.02n +.12
E Income &Gr 6 24.05n +.51
B Infltn Adj 3 10.95n .03
C+ Intl Bond 0 14.21n .05
A+ Intl Disc 12 9.72n +.02
A IntlGrowth 8 10.48n +.10
E LrgCoVal 6 5.80n +.15
A NewOpport 10 6.49n +.07
A NewOpps II 10 7.06n +.08
B+ Real Estate 3 20.92n +.38
E Select 9 33.60n +.58
C+ ShTermGovt 0 9.52n .02
C SmCp Value 3 7.20n +.06
B StrAlloMod 5 5.90n +.04
A Target 2010 + 1 102.16n .31
D Tax Free 3 10.39n .03
E Ultra 10 19.28n +.27
A Utilities 9 14.94n +.38
E Value 2 5.52n +.11
A Vista 14 15.76n +.10
American Fds B
$ 40.7 bil 8004214120
E AMCAP 7 15.36n +.17
D Balanced 4 16.63n +.16
E BondFdAm 5 11.69n .09
B CapIncBldr 5 51.47n +.67
A CpWrldG&I 7 35.00n +.69
A EuroPac Gr 6 39.19n +.60
B+ Fundmntl 8 34.57n +.45
C+ Gr Fd Amer 8 27.33n +.36
D Hi Inc Tr 6 10.31n .14
D Inc Fd Am 4 16.11n +.15
D Inv Co Am 7 26.91n +.41
D Mutual 6 24.01n +.33
A NewPers 6 26.99n +.39
A+ NewWorld 9 44.58n +.66
B+ SmCpWrld 9 28.69n +.19
D Wash Mut 5 28.19n +.54
American Funds A
$ 699 bil 8004214120
E AMCAP 7 16.03 +.19
D+ Balanced 4 16.68 +.16
E Bd Fd Am 5 11.69 .09
B+ CapIncBldr 5 51.47 +.67
A CapWld G&I 7 35.16 +.69
C CapWrldBd 2 19.23 .12
A EuroPac Gr 6 39.92 +.61
A Fundmntl 8 34.65 +.45
B Gr Fd Amer 8 28.43 +.37
E High Inc Muni 4 13.75 .03
C High Income 5 10.31 .14
C IncFd Amer 3 16.22 +.16
D IntermBond 1 12.90 .05
D+ Inv Co Am 7 27.03 +.42
D Ltd Tax Ex 2 14.78 .02
C Mutual 6 24.17 +.34
B NewEcon 8 21.16 +.31
A NewPers 6 27.63 +.41
A+ NewWorld 9 45.67 +.68
ShrtTermBd 0 9.84 .02
A SmCp Wrld 9 30.06 +.20
E Tax Ex CA 4 15.12 .05
D Tax ExBdAm 4 11.55 .03
C US Gov Sec 0 13.56 .04
D+ Wash Mutl 5 28.36 +.55
Aquila Funds
$ 1.9 bil 8002284227
D HI Tax Free A 2 10.90 .02
Ariel Mutual Fds
$ 3.7 bil 8002927435
E Appreciation 6 37.35n +.47
E Ariel 4 37.68n +.60
Artisan Funds
$ 23.2 bil 8003441770
A Intl 10 21.39n ..
A Intl Val I 4 22.04n ..
A IntlSmlCap 11 15.30 ..
A Mid Cap 9 25.50n +.13
B+ Mid Cap Val 7 17.46n +.23
E Small Cap 7 13.76n ..
B+ Small Cap Val 4 14.31n +.17
Asset Mgmt Fds
$ 1.5 bil 8005273713
E UltraShMort 2 8.16n .03
AssetMark Funds
$ 2.8 bil 8006645345
E Cor Pl Fxd 2 8.74n ..
B+ Intl Eqty 7 9.75n +.15
E Lrg Cap Gr 9 8.19n +.12
ASTON Funds
$ 3.3 bil 8009928151
A Mont&CldGrI 7 23.70n +.38
B+ Mont&CldGrN 7 23.59n +.39
A OptimumMidN 11 24.16n +.17
B
Baird Funds
$ 1.8 bil 8007922473
D AggregteBd x 2 9.92n .10
Baron Funds
$ 16.0 bil 8009922766
B Asset 6 54.09n +.58
C+ Growth 6 43.48n +.22
A Partners x 11 18.78n .56
C Small Cap 8 19.37n +.12
BBH Funds
$ 1.1 bil 8006255759
A Intl Eq N 3 13.64n +.26
Bernstein Funds
$ 27.8 bil 2127564097
D CA Muni 2 14.07n .02
D+ Diversifd Muni 2 13.91n .03
A+ Emerg Mkts 13 27.82n +.86
B Intl 8 18.06n +.28
D Intrmd Dur 3 12.40n .07
D NY Muni 2 13.70n .02
C+ Tx Mg Intl 8 18.04n +.25
Blackrock A
$ 36.3 bil 8004417762
A+ AllGlobRes m 13 18.01 +.06
E Aurora b 9 18.43 +.19
C BalCaptial 6 22.54 +.22
C BasicVal 8 23.85 +.42
A Equity Div 5 17.28 +.29
B Fndmtl Gr 10 19.05 +.35
A Glob Alloc 6 17.39 +.15
A+ Glob Growth 10 14.27 +.24
A+ Glob Res b 20 52.95 +.43
A Glob SmCp 8 19.26 +.12
E Govt Inc 0 10.21 .03
A HealthSciOp b 4 28.65 +.33
D High Income r 5 4.27 .04
D HiYld Bd 4 6.78 .06
A+ Intl Opport 9 30.46 +.42
A+ Latin Amer r 15 50.31 +2.57
E Lg Core 7 10.51 +.15
D Lg Value 6 15.13 +.23
B MidValEq 8 10.17 +.20
A+ Natural Res 11 61.86 +.74
A Pacific r 6 21.26 +.36
D S&P500Idx 7 14.96n +.29
A SmGrEq b 10 19.33 +.12
A SmlCapGr r 10 12.11 +.07
E TotalRet 4 10.26 .06
A+ US Opport 8 31.34 +.27
BlackRock B
$ 5.7 bil 8004417762
A Glob Alloc 6 16.98n +.15
BlackRock BlRk
$ 2.9 bil 8004417762
E TotalRet 4 8.71n .04
BlackRock C
$ 19.6 bil 8004417762
A+ AllGlobRes m 13 17.66 +.06
D Basic Value 8 22.43n +.40
A Equity Div 5 16.95n +.29
C+ Fndmtl Gr 10 17.18n +.31
A Glob Alloc 6 16.32n +.14
A+ Glob Res b 20 44.42n +.36
A Glob SmCp 8 17.91n +.12
A HealthSciOp b 4 27.18n +.31
A+ Intl Opport 9 28.37n +.39
E Lg Core 7 9.83 +.15
E Lg Value 6 14.20 +.22
BlackRock I
$ 1.7 bil 8004417762
D Lg Value 6 15.45 +.23
BlackRock Instl
$ 29.3 bil 8004417762
A+ AllGlobRes m 13 18.22 +.06
C Bal Cap 6 22.62 +.22
C Basic Value 8 24.00 +.43
A Equity Div 5 17.32 +.29
B FndmtL Gr 10 19.62 +.36
A Glob Alloc 6 17.47 +.16
A+ Glob Growth 10 14.47 +.24
A Glob SmCp 8 19.55 +.13
A+ Intl Opport 9 31.87n +.44
B Intl Val 6 21.98 +.55
E Lrg Core 7 10.73 +.16
E Natl Muni 3 9.60 .03
A Pacific 6 21.45 +.36
D S&P500Idx 7 15.02n +.29
A SmGrEq 9 20.95n +.14
E TotalRet m 4 10.26 .06
E TotalRetII 4 8.69n .04
A+ US Opportun 8 32.80n +.29
Blackrock R
$ 1.5 bil 8004417762
A Glob Alloc 6 16.89n +.15
BNY Mellon
$ 12.3 bil 2124951784
C Bond M 1 12.29 .05
A+ Emg Mkts M 10 15.34n +.35
C+ Int Bond M 1 12.22n .07
C Intl M 4 11.64n +.21
A IntlAppr M .. no quote
D+ Lrg Stk M 8 8.21n +.17
B+ Mid Stk M 9 10.16n +.12
D NatlIntMunM 3 12.43n .04
D PAIntMunM 2 12.01n .03
D Sml Stk M 5 10.91n +.10
Brandes
$ 832 mil 8002377119
A Intl Eq Inst 3 18.49n +.37
Brandywine Fds
$ 8.5 bil 8006563017
C+ Blue 17 25.20n +.21
B+ Brandywine 14 28.27n +.36
Bridgeway Funds
$ 2.8 bil 8006613550
A Aggr Inv 2 16 15.85n +.21
E UltSmCoMkt 4 15.56n +.12
A+ Brown SmCo 6 33.16n +.18
Buffalo Funds
$ 2.6 bil 8004928332
E Small Cap 4 20.92n +.09
C
A C&O MktOpp 1 21.37n +.06
Calamos Funds
$ 22.6 bil 8008237386
A GlbGr&Inc A 8 9.12 +.09
A GlbGr&Inc C 8 8.77n +.08
C Gr &Inc A 9 25.84 +.28
D Gr &Inc B 9 29.18n +.31
D Gr &Inc C 9 25.98n +.27
C+ Growth A 13 43.65 +.49
C Growth B 13 44.13n +.48
C Growth C 13 40.39n +.44
A+ Intl GrowA 10 12.90 +.10
D+ Mkt Neut A 4 11.97 +.12
Calvert Group
$ 10.6 bil 8003682745
D Income A x 3 15.39 .10
E LrgCapGrA 9 26.91 +.48
C+ ShDurInc A x 1 15.77 .07
C Social Bd A x 2 15.24 .10
C+ Social Eq A 6 34.27 +.41
Cambiar Funds
$ 1.8 bil 8667778227
OpportInstl 10 15.85n +.23
E OpportInv 10 15.81n +.22
Causeway Funds
$ 3.0 bil 8669477000
B Intl Val Ins r 5 13.19n +.29
B Intl Val Inv r 5 13.09n +.28
CG Cap Mkt Fds
$ 8.5 bil
C CorFxInc 1 7.95n .03
A+ EmergMkts 12 13.62n +.27
A IntlEq 7 11.09n +.16
B LgCapGr 12 13.10n +.21
D LgCapValEq 7 9.24n +.17
CGM Funds
$ 11.0 bil 8003454048
A+ Focus 7 43.85n +.69
A+ Mutual 4 27.99n +.43
A+ Realty 5 28.89n +.43
A ChampSmCo 4 13.08n +.08
Chesapeake Fds
$ 857 mil 8005253863
D Core Growth 11 15.64n +.16
E Clipper 6 57.93n +1.22
B CO Bond A x 0 9.27 +.01
Cohen & Steers
$ 7.4 bil 8004379912
B Instl Realty 3 37.94 +.63
C IntlRltyA 3 12.22 +.12
C IntlRltyC 3 12.17 +.12
C+ IntlRltyI 3 12.24 +.12
B RltyShrs 3 58.08 +.98
Columbia A
$ 29.6 bil 8003456611
B Acorn 7 24.16 +.20
A+ Acorn Intl 9 31.82 +.31
A Acorn Sel 14 21.28 +.03
D+ Fed Secs + 1 10.50 .02
A Intl Value 4 15.80 +.40
E Lrg Cap Val x 5 11.24 +.23
D Marsico Gr 9 17.87 +.22
A Marsico21st 8 12.68 +.14
A+ MarsicoIntl 7 11.79 +.17
Mid Cap Val x 6 12.24 +.16
C MrscoFocEq 9 19.40 +.21
B SmCpVal I 3 42.62 +.56
C Strat Inc 2 5.61 .03
E Tax Exempt 4 12.54 .05
Columbia B
$ 3.5 bil 8003456611
C+ Acorn 7 22.80n +.19
A Marsico21st 8 12.03n +.13
Columbia C
$ 5.5 bil 8003456611
C+ Acorn 7 22.64n +.18
E Marsico Gr 9 16.57n +.21
A Marsico21st 8 12.02n +.13
Columbia Z
$ 81.5 bil 8003456611
B Acorn 7 24.85n +.21
A+ Acorn Intl 9 31.92n +.32
A Acorn Sel 14 21.73n +.03
D Acorn USA 6 23.78n +.30
A+ AcrnIntlSel 10 24.54n +.16
D Bond 1 8.78n .04
E CoreBond Z 1 10.05n .04
B Div Inc Z 5 12.45n +.25
A+ Emerg Mkts 14 9.56n +.27
A+ EngNatRes 16 21.57n +.29
E Hi Yld Muni 4 9.78n .04
D+ High Income 4 7.59n .08
A Intl Equity 6 13.14n +.24
E Intl Stk 9 12.89n +.26
A Intl Value 4 15.95n +.40
D Intmd Bond 3 8.10 .06
D IntmMuniBd 3 9.86 .03
B Large Gr 10 20.84n +.30
D+ Lg Cap Idx 7 23.63n +.45
D Lrg Cap Val x 5 11.25n +.22
B LrgCapCore 7 12.38n +.25
D LrgEnCore 7 11.80n +.24
D Marsico Gr 9 18.18n +.23
A Marsico21st 8 12.88n +.14
A+ MarsicoIntl 7 11.98n +.17
A Mid Cap Gr 11 21.62n +.17
B Mid Cap Val x 6 12.25n +.15
B MidCap Idx 8 10.32n +.11
C+ MrscoFocEq 9 19.83n +.21
A Sel Lg Gr 12 10.15n +.11
A Sel Opps 8 12.49n +.18
C+ Sel Small 7 14.82n +.17
C Sh TrmBond 1 9.59n .03
D+ Sh TrmMuni 1 10.25n .01
C+ SmCap Indx 5 17.93n +.18
A Small Cap 9 11.06n +.14
A+ Small Gr I 9 25.57n +.26
D SmCpVal II 6 12.27n +.13
C Strat Inc 2 5.56n .02
B Strat Inv 7 16.96n +.35
Tax Exempt 4 12.54n .05
A Technology 13 8.74n +.10
E TotRet Bond 2 8.97n .05
B+ Val&Restrc 13 45.66n +.93
D ComntyRe b 0 10.44n .01
Credit Suisse ABCD
$ 719 mil 8005772321
A CommodRtn 6 11.68 +.06
Credit Suisse Common
$ 1.3 bil 8005772321
A CommodRtn 6 11.69 +.06
CRM Funds
$ 3.1 bil 8002762883
A Mid Val Ins 8 25.72n +.33
D E
Davis Funds A
$ 28.5 bil 8002790279
E Financial 6 31.63 +.59
C NY Venture 6 33.21 +.64
Davis Funds B
$ 1.7 bil 8002790279
D NY Venture 6 31.65n +.60
Davis Funds C&Y
$ 14.6 bil 8002790279
D NY Venture C 6 31.86n +.61
C NY Venture Y 6 33.64n +.64
A Delafield 8 22.38n +.25
Delaware A
$ 10.0 bil 8005234640
C+ DivrsInc A 3 8.29 .06
A+ Emerg Mkts 12 12.28 +.30
E LargeCapVal 9 14.19 +.19
D Tax Fr MN 3 11.75 .03
Delaware Instl
$ 1.4 bil 8008285052
E US Growth 11 12.39n +.16
Delaware Pl Tr
$ 3.6 bil 8002318002
A+ Emerg Mkts 12 10.73n +.27
A Intl Equity 5 18.44n +.34
A Labor Intl 4 15.78n +.28
DFA Investment
$ 104 bil 3103958005
C 1 Yr Fixed Inc 1 10.10n .01
C 2Yr Glbl Fxd 0 10.28n .01
D 5 Yr Gov + 1 10.29n .05
D 5GlbFxdInc 1 10.64n .03
A+ Emerg Mkts 10 24.40n +.60
A+ Emerg Mkts II 10 21.80n +.53
A+ Emg Mkt Sml 14 14.12n +.23
A+ EmMktCorEq 11 14.69n +.34
A+ EmrgMktValI 13 29.87 +.66
C+ Glbl60/40 I 4 11.37 +.11
B Global Eq I 6 12.16 +.20
B+ Intl Small Co 8 14.18n +.07
B+ Intl SmCpVal 7 14.97n +.09
A Intl Value 5 18.14n +.45
A Intl Value III 5 16.98n +.42
A Intl Value IV 5 15.13n +.38
IntlCoreEq 6 10.48n +.16
IntlRealEst 0 6.52 +.10
B IntrmGovt 0 11.76n .07
A Lg Cap Intl 6 20.32n +.36
C+ Real Estate 3 23.19n +.45
D Sh TrmMuni 0 10.02n ..
TAUSCorEq2 6 8.12n +.13
D TaxMg US Sm 6 20.90n +.19
E TaxMgTgtVal 5 19.26n +.21
A TxMIntl Val 5 14.69n +.34
D TxMUS MkVl 5 14.23n +.28
D TxMUS MkVl II 5 13.71n +.27
C TxMgdUSEq 7 12.96n +.22
US Cor Eq 1 7 10.01n +.16
US Cor Eq 2 6 9.98n +.16
D US Lg Cap Val 6 19.59n +.43
D+ US Lg Co Instl 7 9.48n +.19
D US LgCapVal 3 6 14.98n +.33
D+ US Lrg Co 7 35.53n +.68
E US Micro Cap 5 12.02n +.10
D US Small Cap 6 17.46n +.15
E US Sml Val 4 21.88n +.21
US VectorEq 5 9.83n +.13
D USTgtVal 3 14.44n +.16
Diamond Hill Funds
$ 4.0 bil 6142553333
A LgShtA 3 17.29 +.16
A LongShortI 3 17.40n +.16
Dodge&Cox
$ 137 bil 8006213979
E Balanced 8 65.32n +.66
D Income 2 11.92n .07
A Intl Stock 9 35.64n +.66
E Stock 9 103.75n +1.71
Domini Soc Inv
$ 1.1 bil 8007626814
E Equity 6 26.99n +.44
Dreyfus
$ 22.1 bil 8006456561
C Appreciation 6 38.57n +.71
D+ Bas S&P500 7 25.15n +.49
B Disc Stock 8 28.34n +.59
C+ Dreyfus Fund 7 8.33n +.17
C Growth &Inc 10 12.77n +.22
A Intl Stk Idx 5 15.76n +.23
D IntmInc A 3 11.70 .06
D IntmMuni 3 12.67n .04
D+ MidCapVal A 9 23.89 +.32
E Muni Bond r 3 10.76n .03
D NY Tx Ex r 4 13.77n .05
B S&P MidIndx 8 25.26n +.27
D S&P500 Idx 7 34.47n +.66
C+ SmCpStkIdx 5 20.26n +.20
Dreyfus Premier
$ 14.1 bil 8002428671
D CA Tax Ex Z 3 13.73n .04
A+ Emrg Mkts A 10 14.82 +.28
A+ Emrg MktsI 10 14.86n +.28
C GNMA + 1 14.45n .01
A+ GrtrChina A 18 23.45 +.56
E NewLeadr A 11 30.87 +.46
Driehaus Funds
$ 1.2 bil 8886368835
A+ EmergMktsGr 12 27.36n +.51
A+ Intl Disc 14 28.83n +.04
Dupree Mutual
$ 967 mil 8008660614
D KY Tax Fr Inc 3 7.21n .02
DWS Scudder A
$ 16.4 bil 8006211048
D Balanced 6 8.52 +.07
B Cap Growth 7 50.00 +.74
E Dreman HRt 6 34.13 +.61
A DremanSmVal 6 31.75 +.21
D High Income 4 4.45 .05
E Mgd Muni 4 8.42 .02
B+ RREEFRealEs 3 18.47 +.35
C StrGovSec 0 8.39 .01
E Technology 12 10.20 +.14
DWS Scudder C
$ 1.3 bil 8006211048
E Dreman HRt 7 34.08 +.60
DWS Scudder Instl
$ 4.2 bil 8006211048
C AdvLifLngRg 6 9.01n +.05
E CoreFxdInc 3 9.72n .06
D+ Eq 500 Idx 7 136.84n +2.63
DWS Scudder S
$ 19.2 bil 8006211048
B Cap Growth 7 50.41n +.75
D+ Eq 500 Idx 7 135.49n +2.61
E GlobalThem 10 21.16n +.35
A+ Gold &Prec 7 16.67n .57
E Growth &Inc 9 14.79n +.29
C+ IncomeGNMA + 1 14.78n ..
B+ Intl 9 51.36n +.87
A Lrg Cap Val 7 17.69 +.28
A+ LtnAmerEq 16 53.87n +2.61
E Mgd Muni Bd 4 8.43n .02
C ShDurPlus 1 9.41n .03
D StrHiYdTax 5 11.54n .04
Eaton Vance A
$ 31.4 bil 8002256265
E AMTFrMunBd 6 8.45 .02
A Balanced 9 6.63 +.07
A+ DivBuilder 10 11.34 +.22
E Floating Rt 3 8.75 .05
A+ Greatr India 10 18.17 .03
E Hi Yld Muni 6 8.41 .01
D+ Inc Bostn 3 5.45 .05
B+ Lrg Cap Val 6 19.17 +.44
A+ MultiCapGr 17 7.97 +.10
D Natl LtdMuni 3 9.54 .01
E Natl Muni 7 9.37 ..
B Strat Inc 2 7.54 .03
B+ Tax Mgd Val 6 17.89 +.40
D TaxMgGr 1.1 6 22.98 +.37
A TxEqAsstAl 8 12.89 +.21
D TxMgdDivInc 7 10.77 +.23
D TxMgdGr 1.0 6 518.33n +8.31
B WWHlthSci 3 10.64 +.17
Eaton Vance C
$ 7.0 bil 8002256265
A DivBuilder 10 11.37n +.22
E Floating Rt 4 8.45n .05
B+ Lrg Cap Val 6 19.18n +.45
E Natl Muni 7 9.38 +.01
A TxEqAsstAl 8 12.30n +.20
D TxMgdDivInc 7 10.75 +.23
Eton Vance Instl
$ 1.4 bil 8002256265
A+ TxMgdEmMkt 10 39.23n +.64
Evergreen A
$ 13.7 bil 8003432898
C Asset Alloc 4 12.90 ..
D Balanced 12 7.34 +.03
A+ EmgMktsGr 12 18.17 +.40
A+ Glbl Opport 8 27.95 +.25
A Intl Eqty 7 8.05 +.08
E Muni Bond 4 6.94 .03
A+ PreciousMtl 4 55.17 1.72
D Special Val 3 19.46 +.18
A+ Util&Telecm 8 12.73 +.26
Evergreen B
$ 3.1 bil 8003432898
D+ Asset Alloc 4 12.69n ..
Evergreen C
$ 6.2 bil 8003432898
D+ Asset Alloc 4 12.44 ..
A+ PreciousMtl 4 51.66 1.61
Evergreen I
$ 13.2 bil 8003432898
C Adj Rate 0 9.07n .01
E Core Bond 6 8.30n .05
A+ EmgMktGrwth 12 18.90n +.42
C+ EnhcedS&P5 7 13.73n +.29
C Intl Bond I 2 10.83n .10
A Intl Eqty 7 8.14n +.08
D Muni Bond 3 6.94n .03
D+ Special Val 3 19.64n +.18
B+ Strat Gr I 10 28.31n +.47
D US Govt 2 9.44n .02
F
A Fairholme 5 30.36 +.37
FAM Funds
$ 812 mil 8009323271
E Value 1 42.12n +.29
FBR Funds
$ 1.4 bil 8888880025
C Focus Inv r 3 45.19n +.47
A GasUtilInv r 7 18.61n +.38
Federated A
$ 16.0 bil 8002455051
E Amer Ldrs 6 14.43 +.30
D+ Bond 5 8.06 .11
A Capital Apprec 6 19.14 +.39
B Equity Inc 4 17.46 +.32
D+ Hi Inc Bond 3 6.86 .07
A+ InterCont 9 49.06 +1.11
A+ IntlSmMdCo 13 32.98 +.11
A Kaufmann 9 4.88 +.03
C KaufSmlCap 10 19.71 +.20
A Md Gr Strat 13 32.03 +.39
E Mkt Opps + 1 12.01 .02
C+ StratInc 3 8.15 .04
C US Govt Secs + 1 7.62 ..
Federated B
$ 3.2 bil 8002455051
A Capital Apprec 6 18.21n +.36
A Kaufmann 9 4.64 +.03
Federated C
$ 3.5 bil 8002455051
A Kaufmn C 9 4.65 +.04
E Mkt Opps + 1 11.92 .02
Federated Instl
$ 14.6 bil 8003417400
B Govt 25 Instl 0 11.46n .06
A Kaufmann K 9 4.88 +.03
B Mid Cap Idx 8 18.73n +.21
C Tot Rtn Bd 1 10.34n .04
C TotRtnBd Svc 1 10.34n .04
Fidelity Adv A
$ 23.9 bil 8005227297
C+ Divers Intl r 7 16.53 +.30
Growth Funds Leading The Market
Thesefunds areamongthetop25%in2- year performance
MUTUAL FUNDS & ETFs
Hist orical in at ion rat e
Prices of consumer goods and services have been
rising in recent years. The consumer price index,
which gauges ination, rose 4.08% in 07. Thats the
highest level since 1990s 6.11% rise. Over the past 82
years, ination was highest in 46, the late 70s and the
early 80s.
Source: Ibbotson Associates
In at i on Hi ghest Si nce 1990
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Asset Managers: Buy Gold, Commodities
Post Bailout Strategy
ETF experts favor hard
assets on expectation
of inflation, weak dollar
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A10 FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 26, 2008 MUTUAL FUND PERFORMANCE INVESTORS.COM
Best % Change Last 4 Weeks:
FBR SmFinl Inv : " 10 131 mil
Fidelity Sel Banking : " 4 285 mil
DFA Investment IntlRealEst 0 554 mil
ICON Financial 0 133 mil
First Eagle Gold 0 702 mil
Rydex H MgdFutreSt # 1 566 mil
Best % Change Last 8 Weeks:
FBR SmFinl Inv : " 14 131 mil
Fidelity Sel Banking : " 4 285 mil
Fidelity Sel Med Eq & Sys : " 1 1.6 bil
Manning & Napier LifeSci " 1 281 mil
Eaton Vance A WW HlthSci : 0 1 bil
ING Fds T,M,Q&I Real Est I : 0 451 mil
Best % Change Last 12 Weeks:
FBR SmFinl Inv : " 21 131 mil
Fidelity Sel Banking : " 18 285 mil
Eaton Vance A WW HlthSci : " 8 1 bil
Manning & Napier LifeSci " 8 281 mil
Columbia Z Real Est Eq " 7 282 mil
ING Fds T,M,Q&I Real Est I : " 7 451 mil
Best % Change Last 16 Weeks:
FBR SmFinl Inv : " 10 131 mil
Eaton Vance A WW HlthSci : " 8 1 bil
Rydex Investor Biotech " 6 125 mil
Frank/Tmp Fr A Biotch Dsc " 6 381 mil
Fidelity Sel Med Eq & Sys : " 4 1.6 bil
Putnam A Hlth Science " 3 1.4 bil
Fidelity Sel Biotechnlgy " 3 1.5 bil
Blackrock A HealthSciOp " 2 615 mil
ICON Healthcare " 1 168 mil
Vanguard Admiral HlthcareIdx # 1 136 mil
Schwab Health Care # 1 700 mil
Fidelity Sel Pharm # 2 148 mil
Best % Change Last 39 Weeks:
Fidelity Sel Med Eq & Sys : " 4 1.6 bil
Oppenheimer A ComStrTotRt " 3 845 mil
FBR SmFinl Inv : " 3 131 mil
Eaton Vance A WW HlthSci : " 1 1 bil
Frank/Tmp Fr A Biotch Dsc " 1 381 mil
Columbia Z Real Est Eq 0 282 mil
Rydex Investor Biotech 0 125 mil
ING Fds T,M,Q&I Real Est I : # 1 451 mil
First Amer Y Real Estate # 1 693 mil
Putnam A Hlth Science # 1 1.4 bil
PIMCO Instl RealEstRR # 2 899 mil
Credit Suisse Common CommodRtn # 2 811 mil
Hartford B
$ 3.5 bil 8888437824
A Cap Apprec m 10 27.92n +.38
A Mid Cap m 8 16.61n +.12
Hartford C
$ 8.9 bil 8888437824
A Cap Apprec m 10 28.10 +.37
E Float Rate x 3 8.63 .04
A GrowOppor m 10 20.68n +.16
A Mid Cap m 8 16.77 +.13
Hartford HLS IA
$ 41.3 bil 8888437824
D+ Advisers 7 17.68n +.15
A Cap Apprec 10 37.45n +.53
D Discp Eq 7 11.23n +.20
B+ Div &Gr 5 19.06n +.36
B Global Grow 12 15.29n +.19
A Grwth Opps 10 24.58n +.20
D Index 7 25.94n +.50
A Intl Opport 7 11.17n +.21
A Intl Sml Co 11 10.69n +.09
B+ IntlGrowth 13 9.01n +.08
A Mid Cap 8 22.26n +.16
A Small Co 9 15.58n +.15
D Stock 9 37.05n +.59
D TotlRetnBd 3 10.67n .06
D US Gov Sec 0 10.70n .03
Hartford HLS IB
$ 9.1 bil 8888437824
D Advisers 7 17.83n +.16
A Cap Apprec 10 37.03n +.53
B+ Div &Gr 5 18.97n +.36
A GrowOppor 10 24.26n +.20
A Intl Opport 7 11.27n +.21
A Mid Cap 8 21.99n +.16
A Small Co 9 15.21n +.14
E TotlRetnBd 3 10.60n .06
Hartford L
$ 1.0 bil 8888437824
A Grwth Opps b 10 25.85 +.21
Hartford Y
$ 6.5 bil 8888437824
A Cap Apprec 10 33.94n +.46
B+ Div &Growth x 6 18.36n +.25
A Mid Cap 8 20.40n +.15
A Small Co 9 18.53n +.17
D TotlRetnBd x 2 9.92n .05
Heartland Funds
$ 2.5 bil 8004327856
A SelValInv 7 24.97n +.30
A+ ValPlusInv 3 25.24n +.26
B ValueInv 10 35.71n +.39
Henderson Glb Fds
$ 4.6 bil 8888326774
A Euro Foc A b 13 23.25 +.07
A Euro Foc C b 13 22.08 +.06
A Intl Opp A 7 19.32 +.17
A Intl Opp C 7 18.32 +.17
Hennessy Funds
$ 982 mil 8009664354
A Focus30Orig 22 9.84 +.02
Heritage Funds
$ 2.8 bil 8004214184
A Cap Appr A 10 25.79 +.44
B+ MidCapStkA 10 23.47 +.36
A SmCapStk A 8 29.83 .01
Hirtle Callaghan
$ 3.9 bil 8009818917
C Growth Eq .. no quote
A Intl Equity .. no quote
B SmCapEqty .. no quote
D Value Equity .. no quote
Hodges Fund
$ 661 mil 8668110224
B+ Hodges Fund 11 22.33n +.12
Homestead
$ 1.0 bil 8002583030
C Value 7 30.01n +.56
Hotchkis & Wiley
$ 6.2 bil 8664938637
E Core Val I 8 9.03 +.09
E LgCapVal A 8 15.10 +.21
E LgCapVal I 8 15.16 +.20
E MidCapVal I 8 17.23 +.16
HSBC Investor
$ 526 mil 8007828183
A IntlEquityI 7 15.38n +.27
Huntington
$ 1.3 bil 8002530412
A+ Intl Eq Tr 6 11.89n +.12
Hussman Funds
$ 4.0 bil 8004877626
C Strat Gr 1 16.12n .04
A StraTotRet + 2 12.18n .06
ICAP Funds
$ 3.2 bil 8882214227
C+ MainstayEqI 6 33.65 +.85
A MainstyIntI 6 29.76n +.46
C+ MnstySelEqI 6 31.68 +.76
B+ ICMSmCo 5 31.17n +.24
ICON Funds
$ 2.6 bil 8007640442
A+ Energy 9 29.12n +.60
ING Fds A
$ 7.2 bil 8009920180
A Corp Ldrs 6 20.53n +.39
A Foreign 8 15.53 +.26
B+ GlbRealEst 3 17.29 +.32
E Intermd Bd 2 9.39 .02
A Intl Sml Cp 12 33.88 +.20
A Intl Value 5 14.94 +.36
A+ Russia 20 42.08 +.50
ING Fds C
$ 1.1 bil 8009920180
A Intl Value 5 14.49n +.35
ING Fds T,M,Q&I
$ 2.3 bil 8009920180
A Intl Val I 4 14.97n +.36
A Real Est I 2 14.80n +.28
ING Partners
$ 2.1 bil 8009920180
A+ JPMrgIntlI .. no quote
C+ PriceGrEq I 11 45.29n +.63
Ivy Funds
$ 30.0 bil 8007776472
A+ AssetStr A 7 23.57 +.09
A+ AssetStr B 7 23.06n +.07
A+ AssetStr C 7 23.13n +.08
A+ AssetStr Y 7 23.58n +.08
A+ GlbNatResA 19 28.69 +.23
A+ GlbNatResB 19 26.81n +.21
A+ GlbNatResC 19 26.20n +.21
A+ GlbNatResY 19 28.77n +.23
A+ IntlCorEqA 8 14.46 +.18
A LrgCapGr A 8 12.19 +.12
A+ PacificOppA 12 13.48 +.11
A Sci &Tech A 5 26.96 +.04
JK L
J Hancock 1
$ 24.4 bil 8002255291
LifestylAgg 8 12.23n +.19
LifestylBal 6 12.41n +.10
LifestylGr 7 12.53n +.15
LifestylMod 5 12.05n +.05
LSConserv 3 12.30n +.01
J Hancock A
$ 12.3 bil 8002255291
A+ Balanced 7 13.75 +.13
E Bond 2 13.55 .05
E ClassicVal 7 16.40 +.22
E High Yield 8 3.78 .04
A+ Lrg Cap Eq 12 24.94 +.45
E Regionl Bnk +10 19.87 +.35
B Sov Invstrs 4 15.42 +.31
D Strat Inc 2 6.05 .03
E US Glb LdGr 6 26.11 +.40
J Hancock C
$ 952 mil 8002255291
A+ Lrg Cap Eq 12 23.07 +.42
Janus
$ 74.4 bil 8005253713
B+ Balanced 4 23.34n +.17
A+ Contrarian 11 14.43n ..
A+ Enterprise 10 49.01n +.67
C Flex Bond 1 9.43n .04
C Fundment Eq 7 21.04n +.47
A+ GlbResearch 10 12.11n +.22
A Global Tech 11 12.65n +.19
B GlobLifeSci 7 22.00n +.28
E Growth &Inc 9 28.14n +.47
B Janus 11 25.83n ..
A Mid Val Inst 6 21.27n +.24
A Mid Val Inv 6 21.11n +.23
A+ Orion 12 10.50n +.20
A+ Overseas 16 38.20n ..
A Research 10 24.61n +.49
B Sml Val Inst 1 22.40n +.19
B Sml Val Inv 1 22.10n +.19
A+ Twenty 12 61.23n +.58
C Venture 8 41.60n +.27
D World Wide 8 41.04n +.84
Janus Adv A
$ 1.6 bil 8005253713
A+ Forty 11 34.45 +.31
Janus Adv S
$ 6.1 bil 8005253713
A+ Forty 11 34.15n +.30
A+ Intl Growth 14 48.07n ..
Janus Aspn Inst
$ 4.8 bil 8005253713
A Balanced 4 25.56n +.21
A+ Forty 12 33.74n +.31
A+ Intl Growth 15 39.09n +.24
A+ Mid Cap Gr 11 31.96n +.45
D WorldwideGr 8 26.39n +.55
Jennison Dryden A
$ 16.8 bil 8002251852
A 20/20 Focus 12 13.52 +.16
B+ Blend A 11 15.46 +.22
D Govt Inc 0 8.75 .02
D Growth 8 15.04 +.22
A Health Sci 6 19.21 +.24
C HighYield 3 4.98 .04
A Mid Cap Gr 9 22.00 +.26
E Natl Muni 4 13.85 .04
A+ NaturlRsrc 16 47.52 +.25
A Small Co 9 18.43 +.17
A+ Utility 15 10.45 +.22
B Value 12 14.81 +.20
Jennison Dryden B
$ 1.8 bil 8002251852
A+ NaturlRsrc 16 40.69n +.22
A Utility 15 10.44n +.22
Jennison Dryden C
$ 1.5 bil
A 20/20 Focus 12 12.36 +.15
A Utility 15 10.43 +.22
Jennison Dryden Z&I
$ 4.3 bil 8002251852
A 20/20 Foc Z 12 13.88n +.16
D Growth Z 8 15.53n +.23
A Hlth Sci Z 6 19.86n +.25
A Mid Cap Gr 9 22.69n +.26
A Small Co Z 9 19.20n +.18
B JensenPtfJ 4 25.90n +.33
JP Morgan A
$ 14.2 bil 8004804111
C Core Bond 1 10.55 .05
D Equity Idx 7 27.59 +.53
A Intrep Euro 9 20.67 +.38
C Inv Gr&Inc 7 12.18 ..
C+ Inv Growth 8 13.03 ..
C Invstr Bal 5 11.32 ..
D+ Mid Cap Val 4 21.38 +.36
A Small Cap Eq 6 26.76 +.37
JP Morgan B
$ 2.6 bil 8004804111
C Inv Gr&Inc 7 12.10n ..
JP Morgan Instl
$ 7.1 bil 8004804111
A Intl Value 5 14.22n +.31
D IntmTxFrBd 2 10.37n .02
C Mid Cap Val 4 21.80n +.37
D TxAwr Disc Eq 7 16.33n +.34
E Value Opps 8 13.55 +.26
JP Morgan Selct
$ 43.7 bil 8004804111
A+ AsiaEq 12 25.76n +.37
A Cap Growth 11 36.51n +.26
C Core Bond 1 10.54n .05
D CorePlusBd 2 7.36n .05
A Divr Mid Gr 11 18.99n +.13
A+ EmrgMktsEq 11 18.07n +.49
D+ EquityIndex 7 27.61n +.53
C+ Govt Bond + 1 10.33n .04
C High Yield 3 7.17n .06
HighStatMk 2 15.91n +.03
C Intermd Bd 1 10.20n .06
A Intl Eq Idx 6 22.73n +.42
A Intl Value 5 14.15n +.31
D IntmTxFrBd 2 10.38n .02
D+ Intrepid Gr 9 19.92n +.31
IntrepidInt 8 18.51n +.29
D Intrpd Amer 8 22.30n +.41
B+ Lg Cap Gr 10 16.86n +.21
C Mid Cap Val .. no quote
E Mult MktNtr 2 10.08n .01
D Muni Inc 2 9.37n .02
C+ Sh Dur Bd 0 10.56n .03
A SmallCapEq 6 28.99n +.40
D Tax Fr Bond 3 11.94n .02
C+ TreasAgency 0 9.96n .03
D TrSmlEqCore 5 36.71n +.45
TxAwrRlRet 4 9.70n +.03
B US Equity 6 9.13n +.18
USLgCorPls 6 17.72n +.37
JP Morgan Ultra
$ 2.7 bil 8004804111
C Core Bond 1 10.55n .05
C Mrtge Back 0 10.35 .03
Julius Baer
$ 30.2 bil 8003876977
A IntlEqty A 9 31.91 +.42
A+ IntlEqty I 9 32.73 +.42
A IntlEqtyIIA 8 13.01 +.19
A IntlEqtyIII 8 13.10 +.20
C Tot Retrn I 2 12.90n .07
Keeley Funds
$ 7.6 bil 8889335391
A+ SmlCapValA 12 25.49 +.15
Kinetics Funds
$ 2.7 bil 8009303828
B Paradigm 9 21.58n +.26
B+ PardigmIns 9 21.60 +.26
Laudus Rosenberg
$ 4.9 bil 8004473332
A IntlMktMsInv 9 16.45n +.15
A IntlMktMsSel 9 16.47 +.14
B USDiscSel 10 16.02n +.19
Lazard Instl
$ 6.4 bil 8008236300
A+ Emerg Mkts 12 18.19n +.35
Lazard Open
$ 2.1 bil 8008236300
A+ Emerg Mkts 12 18.38n +.36
Legg Mason
$ 17.9 bil 8008225544
A+ Emerg Mkt 13 18.83n +.50
E OpporFinInt 16 9.84n +.10
E Opport Pri 16 9.48n +.09
E OpportInstl 16 10.03n +.10
E SpecialInv 11 24.20n .08
E Value Fncl 11 42.07n +.80
E Value Instl 11 43.27n +.83
E Value Tr 11 37.54n +.72
Legg Mason Partners
$ 40.9 bil 8004512010
E Agg Gr B 13 79.61n +1.02
E Aggr Gr I 13 95.79n +1.23
E AggressGr A 13 91.02 +1.16
E Agress Gr C 13 80.60 +1.03
B Apprec A 6 13.15 +.21
B Apprec B 6 12.67n +.20
D CA Muni A 4 15.50 .04
D+ Cap &Inc A 9 13.27 +.10
C DivStrategy1 4 15.75 +.32
Equity O 6 11.88 +.21
E Fund Val A 5 12.85 +.29
E Fund Val B 6 11.85n +.27
D IntTrmMuniA 3 6.13 .01
E Lg Gr A 10 20.34 +.30
D+ Mgd Muni A 4 14.80 .03
A Mid Core A 10 17.76 +.20
D NY Muni A 3 12.71 .03
B+ SmCpGrI A 10 14.33 +.20
Leuthold Funds
$ 3.9 bil 8002736886
Asset Allo x 7 9.83 +.07
Asset Allo x 7 9.82 +.06
A+ CoreInv x 7 15.94n +.17
LKCM Funds
$ 931 mil 8006885526
D SmCapEqInst 6 17.54n +.16
Longleaf Prtnrs
$ 19.9 bil 8004459469
B+ Intl 7 15.27n +.26
D Partners 11 26.43n +.45
C Small Cap 5 22.04n +.24
Loomis Syls
$ 32.8 bil 8006333330
B Bond Instl 8 12.31 .13
B Bond Ret 8 12.27 .13
D Glob Bd Ret 4 14.62n .08
D GlobBd Inst 4 14.74 .08
E SmCapVl Inst 5 22.54n +.22
B Strat Inc A 8 12.55 .13
C Strat Inc C 8 12.61 .13
A Value Y 6 18.49n +.41
Loomis Syls Inv
$ 1.2 bil 8006333330
B Fixed Income 6 12.55n .11
Lord Abbett A
$ 34.8 bil 8002016984
E Affiliated 4 11.22 +.23
B All Value 7 10.84 +.18
A Alpha Strat 6 20.78 +.18
D Bal Strat 5 9.76 +.07
C Bond Deben 4 7.02 .05
A Dvlp Grwth 7 15.46 +.14
E HiYldMuniBd 5 12.14 .05
A IntlCoreEq 7 11.72 +.20
E Mid Cap Val 7 14.42 +.27
E Natl Tax Fr 5 9.90 .05
B Res Lg Core 5 26.99 +.46
E ResAmerVal 5 10.70 +.09
A+ ResSmallVal 6 26.45 +.22
B+ Sml Blend 6 15.28 +.13
Lord Abbett B
$ 3.1 bil 8004261130
E Affiliated 5 11.26n +.23
D+ Bond Deben 5 7.03n .06
Lord Abbett C
$ 4.9 bil 8004261130
E Affiliated 5 11.23n +.23
B All Value 7 10.35n +.17
D+ Bond Deben 5 7.03n .06
Lord Abbett I
$ 3.4 bil 8004261130
D Affiliated 5 11.24n +.23
A DvlpGrwth 7 16.26n +.15
A+ ResSmVal 6 27.97n +.24
Lord Abbett P
$ 1.4 bil 8002016984
A+ ResSmallVal 6 26.21n +.22
E LSV Val Eq 5 14.27n +.30
M N O
MainStay A Fds
$ 6.4 bil 8006246782
C High Yld Cp 3 5.49 .06
A Lrg Cp Grow 10 5.96 +.06
MainStay B Fds
$ 1.9 bil 8006246782
D Hi Yld Cp 4 5.46n .06
Mainstay I Fds
$ 3.3 bil
B MAP 7 29.72 +.56
D+ S&P500 Idx 7 28.26n +.54
Mairs & Power
$ 2.5 bil 8003047404
C Growth 3 71.06n +1.01
Managers Funds
$ 7.8 bil 8005484539
C Bond x 8 22.06n .38
C+ Fremont Bond 3 10.11n +.02
A Intl Equity 8 55.59n +.79
A MidGrowInst 8 11.56n +.12
E SpecialEq 8 52.43n +.43
A TimsqSmGr I 5 10.45n +.05
Manning & Napier Fu
$ 3.2 bil 8004663863
A+ WorldOppA 5 8.42n +.12
Marsico Funds
$ 9.3 bil 8888608686
A 21st Century 8 13.42n +.15
C+ Focus 9 15.93n +.17
D Growth 9 17.39n +.20
A+ Intl Opp 7 13.37n +.19
Mass Mutl Prem
$ 4.7 bil 8005426767
D+ Core Bond S 1 10.67n .03
A Intl Eq S 8 13.58n +.13
Mass Mutl Select
$ 10.9 bil 8005426767
D Index Eq S 7 11.38n +.22
Masters' Select
$ 2.7 bil 8009600188
E Equity 10 12.03n +.18
A Intl 5 14.50n +.19
Matthews Asian
$ 7.2 bil 8007892742
A+ China 13 25.53n +.59
A+ Gr &Inc 8 15.59n +.11
India 11 14.22n +.02
A+ Pac Tiger I 11 19.57n +.26
A McKeeIntlEq 7 11.77n +.14
Mellon Instl
$ 2.3 bil 8002214795
C Bos Sml Val 3 20.47n +.23
C Merger Fund 3 14.73n ..
Meridian Funds
$ 3.0 bil 8004466662
B+ Growth 6 33.86n +.42
A Value 6 29.14n +.36
Merk Hard Funds
$ 340 mil 8666375386
A CurrencyInv + 1 11.37 ..
Metro West
$ 8.3 bil 8002414671
E LowDur Bd 1 8.22n .01
C Total Ret Bd 1 9.28n .02
C Total Ret Bd I 1 9.28n .02
Metzler/Payden Inves
$ 418 mil 8666738637
A+ Euro EmgMkt 14 25.20 +.59
MFS Funds A
$ 42.2 bil 8006372929
E Bond 4 11.29 .09
C Core Equity 7 15.69 +.31
B+ Core Growth 8 16.93 +.28
A+ Emrg Mk Eq 13 29.62 +.79
A Global Eq 4 23.24 +.49
C+ Govt Secs 0 9.62 .02
A Growth 9 35.25 +.48
B Growth Allo 7 12.88 +.16
A Intl Growth 7 21.12 +.30
B+ Intl NwDs 9 18.65 +.22
A Intl Val 5 25.28 +.52
A IntlDivrs A 7 12.46 +.22
B+ MA Inv Tr 6 18.23 +.42
C MA InvGrSk 8 13.15 +.25
C+ Mod Alloc 5 12.28 +.12
E Muni Hi Inc 4 7.33 .03
B Research 6 22.96 +.50
A Resrch Intl 7 15.13 +.27
D Rsrch Bond 3 9.27 .06
D+ Total Ret 4 13.55 +.17
A+ Util 13 15.05 +.38
B+ Value 6 22.65 +.49
MFS Funds B
$ 6.9 bil 8006372929
A Growth 10 31.57n +.44
D Total Ret B 4 13.54n +.17
A+ Util 13 14.99n +.37
B Value 5 22.53n +.53
MFS Funds C
$ 6.1 bil 8006372929
D Total Ret 4 13.60n +.17
A+ Util 13 15.00n +.38
B Value 5 22.48n +.52
MFS Funds I
$ 8.8 bil 8006372929
A Intl NwDs 9 19.14n +.22
E Mid Cap Gr 12 8.34n +.08
E MidCapVal 9 11.21n +.13
B Research 6 23.42n +.51
D Rsrch Bond 3 9.28n .05
A Rsrch Intl 7 15.61n +.28
B+ Value 6 22.75n +.47
MFS Instl Funds
$ 2.5 bil 8006372929
A Intl Eq 4 16.75n +.31
Morgan Stan A
$ 5.6 bil 8008696397
A Cap Opps 11 19.03 +.22
D EqWtS&P500 7 32.12 +.51
B FocGrowth 12 26.21 +.38
A SpecialVal 5 12.83 +.15
Morgan Stan B
$ 6.5 bil 8008696397
E DivGrSecs 6 15.24n +.33
A Euro Equity 6 17.25n +.36
E USGovtSecs 1 8.29n .03
Morgan Stan I
$ 2.6 bil 8008696397
E TaxEx Secs 5 10.25n .03
Morgan Stan Ins
$ 22.7 bil 8005487786
A ActIntlAlI 5 12.01n +.18
B CapGr I 11 18.76n +.22
E CorPlFxd I 3 9.45n .04
A+ Emer Mkts I 12 21.37n +.51
B Intl Eq P 3 15.56n +.29
B+ IntlEq I 3 15.74n +.28
C IntlRealEsI .. no quote
E Ltd Dur I 3 7.97n .01
A MdCpGrP 11 24.67n +.26
A MidCapGr I 11 25.35n +.26
D MunicipalI 5 11.72n .04
E SmCoGr I 7 10.38n +.07
E SmCoGr P 7 9.78n +.07
A US SmlValI 5 21.99n +.25
A USRealEstI 4 14.33n +.20
E Muhlnkmp 6 51.51 +.62
Munder A
$ 3.3 bil 8004385789
B MidCoreGr b 9 23.64 +.32
Munder Y
$ 2.6 bil 8002393334
B+ Mid Core Gr 9 24.06n +.33
Nationwide D
$ 1.2 bil 8008480920
D+ Nationwide 8 13.90 +.26
Nationwide Funds Ins
$ 5.0 bil 8008480920
C Bond Index 1 10.67n .05
A Intl Idx 6 8.64n +.16
B MidMktIdx 8 13.27n +.15
D+ S&P500 Idx 7 10.13n +.19
Nationwide Funds Ser
$ 3.9 bil 8008480920
D+ InvDestAggr 6 9.04n +.14
D InvDestMod 4 9.68n +.09
D+ InvDstMdAg 5 9.48n +.12
Natixis Funds
$ 2.0 bil 8002255478
A CGMTargEqA 6 10.30 +.39
Neubg Brm Adv
$ 1.2 bil 8008779700
A Genesis 7 27.47n +.17
C Partners 14 16.73n +.21
Neubg Brm Inv
$ 14.0 bil 8008779700
D Focus 8 23.11n +.48
A+ Genesis 7 32.83n +.21
A+ Genesis I 7 45.18n +.29
B Guardian 7 15.53n +.28
A MidGrwth 9 8.82n +.06
C Partners 14 25.10n +.32
A SmallGrwth 8 16.55n +.11
B Soc Respons 7 22.93n +.38
Neubg Brm Tr
$ 6.9 bil 8008779700
A+ Genesis 7 47.11n +.30
C Partners 14 19.32n +.25
New Covenant
$ 1.7 bil 8008586127
D Growth x 7 29.30n +.40
A+ NewAltrntve 10 43.84 +.57
Nicholas Group
$ 2.4 bil 8002275987
E Nicholas 4 39.93n +.37
Northeast Inv
$ 956 mil 8002256704
E Trust 5 6.02n .05
Northern
$ 18.1 bil 8005959111
BondIndex 1 9.90 .04
EmergMktsEq 12 10.04 +.26
D Fixed Income 1 9.56n .06
GlbRlEstIdx 5 8.56 +.13
D Hi Yld Fx Inc 5 6.79n .08
A Intl Eq Idx .. no quote
A Intl Growth Eq 6 9.21n +.16
D Intmd Tax Ex 3 9.75n .03
MltMgrIntEq 7 9.33 +.12
C+ SmCap Val 3 13.89n ..
D+ Stock Index 7 14.92n +.29
D Tax Ex 4 9.78n .03
Northern Instl
$ 2.1 bil 8006371380
D+ Equity Index A 7 12.88n +.25
Nuveen Cl A
$ 8.9 bil 8002578787
E Hi Yld Muni 6 17.53 .05
A TrdIntlVal 6 27.23 +.16
A+ TrdwndValOp 8 26.09 +.07
Nuveen Cl C
$ 2.4 bil 8002578787
E Hi Yld Muni 6 17.51n .06
Nuveen Cl R
$ 6.5 bil 8002578787
E HiYldMuniBd 6 17.54n .05
D IntmDurMun 3 8.55n .02
A TrdIntlVal 6 27.39 +.16
A+ TrdwndValOp 8 26.15 +.06
Oakmark I
$ 28.6 bil 8006256275
A Equity &Inc 3 26.27n +.13
A Global 5 20.53n +.27
C+ Intl 3 16.77n +.20
B Intl SmCap 6 12.33n .05
E Oakmark 6 36.24n +.49
E Select 11 20.97n +.14
Old Westbury
$ 6.9 bil 8006072200
A+ GlobalSmall 5 11.50 +.08
A Mid Cap Eq 9 13.55n ..
C NonUSLgCap .. no quote
A+ Real Return 8 12.40 .01
Olstein
$ 998 mil 8007992113
E AllCapValC 7 11.44n +.18
Oppenheimer A
$ 84.7 bil 8884700862
D ActiveAlloc 7 9.99 ..
E AMT Fr Muni 8 7.27 .05
E AMT Free NY 6 11.05 .05
E Balanced 8 11.10 +.08
E CA Muni 9 8.28 .04
C Cap Apprec 10 41.33 +.50
E Cap Income 7 9.76 +.09
E Champ Inc 8 6.85 .10
C+ ComStrTotRt 9 7.75 +.10
E Core Bond 5 8.79 .04
A+ Develop Mkt 11 36.97 +.89
A Discovery 10 49.10 +.40
D+ Equity 8 8.48 +.14
B Glob Opport 8 26.67 +.43
C+ Global 7 58.44 +1.15
A+ Gold&SpMin 11 27.02 .73
B+ Intl Bond 4 6.04 ..
A Intl Growth 8 24.21 +.29
A Intl SmCo 18 14.65 .05
IntlDivers 10 9.96 ..
E Ltd Muni 2 14.37 .04
D Ltd TrmGvt 0 9.59 ..
D Main Street 8 30.18 +.56
D MainSt Opp 8 11.32 +.19
D+ MainStSC 7 17.44 +.18
D ModerateInv 7 9.96 ..
E PA Muni 6 10.48 .05
B+ RisingDivs .. no quote
C+ Sml Mid Val 11 28.54 +.30
B Strat Inc 5 4.03 ..
D+ US Govt 0 9.28 .02
D Value 5 21.33 +.43
Oppenheimer B
$ 7.1 bil 8884700862
D Cap Apprec 10 37.18n +.45
A+ Dev Mkt 11 36.44n +.88
D+ Global 7 53.96n +1.05
E Main Street 8 29.11n +.53
Oppenheimer N
$ 3.6 bil 8884700862
A+ Develop Mkt 11 36.13n +.87
Oppenheimer Y
$ 13.1 bil 8884700862
C+ Capital Apprec 10 42.78n +.52
E Core Bond 5 8.78n .04
DevelopMkts 11 37.03n +.90
B Global 7 58.83n +1.15
B+ IntlBond 4 6.04 ..
IntlGr 8 24.18n +.29
D+ Ltd TrmGvt 0 9.58n ..
D Main Street 8 30.36n +.55
C MainStSmCp 7 18.32n +.19
D Value 5 21.83n +.44
Oppenhmr C&M
$ 15.5 bil 8884700862
E ActiveAlloc 8 9.85n ..
D Cp Apprc C 10 36.88n +.44
A+ Devlp Mkt C 11 35.86n +.87
D+ Global C 7 54.92n +1.07
A+ Gold&SpMin 11 25.66n .69
B Intl Bond C 4 6.02n ..
A Intl Gr C 8 23.00n +.28
E Main St C 8 28.99n +.54
D+ SmlMidVal C 11 24.94n +.27
B Strat Inc C 5 4.03n ..
Oppenhmr Quest
$ 5.6 bil 8884700862
E Bal B 7 12.65n +.11
E Bal Val A 7 12.91 +.12
A Opp Val A 6 26.09 ..
Oppenhmr Roch
$ 21.1 bil 8884700862
D LtdTrmNY A 3 3.16 .01
E LtdTrmNY C 2 3.15n .01
E Muni A 7 15.29 .07
E Muni C 7 15.26n .08
E NatlMuni A 8 8.28 .04
E NatlMuni C 8 8.26n .04
Optimum Instl
$ 2.3 bil 8009140278
D Fixed Inc 2 8.43n .04
D+ Lrg Cap Val 6 10.06n +.22
D+ Lrg Cp Grow 10 10.36n +.15
PQ R
Parnassus
$ 1.6 bil 8009993505
A Equity Inc 4 24.65n +.36
Pax World
$ 2.4 bil 8007671729
C Balance 7 21.38n +.25
Permanent Port
$ 3.8 bil 8005315142
A+ Portfolio 2 36.09n +.09
Phoenix A
$ 6.1 bil 8002434361
D+ Balanced 6 12.11 ..
A+ ForeignOpps 7 22.04 +.35
E MultSecSht 2 4.26 .01
B+ RealEstSecs 2 28.62 +.57
PIMCO A
$ 27.4 bil 8004260107
C All Asset 5 11.59 ..
A Commod RR 10 14.78 +.03
A DevLocalMkt 4 10.24 +.02
D High Yield 6 8.17 .06
C LowDur 4 9.53 .03
B Real Return 5 10.64 .05
C+ Total Retrn 3 10.36 .01
PIMCO Admin
$ 31.5 bil 8009274648
A Commod RR 10 14.81n +.03
ForBondUnhg 4 9.87 .07
D High Yield 6 8.17n .06
B Real Return 5 10.64n .05
D+ Short Term 1 9.67n .01
B Total Retrn 3 10.36n .01
PIMCO B
$ 2.6 bil 8004260107
C Real Rtrn 5 10.64n .05
C Total Retrn 3 10.36n .01
PIMCO C
$ 9.1 bil 8004260107
D All Asset 5 11.50n ..
A Commod RR 10 14.63 +.03
C+ Real Return 5 10.64n .05
C Total Retrn 3 10.36n .01
PIMCO D
$ 11.8 bil 8004260107
A Commod RR 10 14.80n +.03
A DevLocMkt 4 10.24 +.02
B Real Return 5 10.64n .05
B Total Retrn 3 10.36n .01
PIMCO Instl
$ 152 bil 8009274648
C+ All Asset 5 11.65n ..
A Commod RR 10 14.90n +.03
A DevLocalMkt 4 10.24 +.02
C Diverse Inc 5 9.78 .06
B+ Emrg Mkt Bd 6 9.61n .04
E Float Inc 5 8.46n .03
C ForBondUnhg 4 9.87 .07
D Foreign Bd 4 9.65n .07
C Global Bond 4 9.55n .07
D+ High Yield 6 8.17n .06
C InvGrCorpBd 5 9.68n .07
C LowDur 4 9.53n .03
D LT US Govt 1 10.71n .06
C+ Mod Duration 4 9.67n +.01
C Real Asset 6 11.07 .05
B Real Return 5 10.64n .05
B+ RealEstRR 8 5.57 +.09
C Short Term 1 9.67n .01
C+ Tot Retn III 3 9.08n ..
B Total Ret II 2 9.97n .01
B Total Retrn 2 10.36n .01
Pioneer A
$ 20.5 bil 8002256292
C+ CullenValue 4 18.05 +.30
A+ EmergeMkts 16 25.35 +.63
B Eqty Inc 3 26.44 +.42
C Glob Hi Yld 5 10.10 .08
C+ High Yield 6 9.13 .03
E Independnc 15 9.19 +.16
C Mid Value 7 19.54 +.29
B Pioneer 6 40.20 +.48
C Strat Inc 2 9.92 .06
E Value 6 11.83 +.25
Pioneer B
$ 1.8 bil 8002256292
C High Yield 6 9.17n .04
Pioneer C
$ 3.1 bil 8002256292
C CullenValue 5 17.78 +.29
C High Yield 6 9.26 .04
Pioneer Y
$ 4.4 bil 8002256292
B CullenValue 4 18.16 +.30
Price Advisor
$ 11.5 bil 8006385660
C+ Blu Chp Gr 10 32.29n +.52
D Equity Inc 4 23.11n +.43
C+ Growth Stk 11 26.50n +.36
B+ Mid Cap Gr 9 47.89n +.61
B Retire 2030 8 15.82n +.20
B+ SmlCapVal 4 35.01n +.11
C+ Value 8 22.09n +.40
Price Funds
$ 244 bil 8006385660
Afrc&MidE 17 9.48n .05
C+ Balanced 6 17.78n +.16
C+ BlueChip Gr 10 32.31n +.52
B+ CapApprc 7 18.48n +.18
B Dividend Gr 7 21.69n +.35
A EmergMktBd 6 11.93n +.01
A+ EmMktsInstl 16 24.38n +.41
A+ EmrgEur&Med 22 21.38n .03
A+ EmrgMktStk 16 27.12n +.46
D+ Equity Inc 4 23.17n +.43
D Equity Index 7 32.59n +.63
A Euro Stk 6 15.02n +.25
A+ Global Stock 13 18.83n +.36
C GNMA 0 9.42n .01
C Growth &Inc 8 18.69n +.39
B Growth Stk 11 26.75n +.36
C+ GrowthStk R 11 26.30n +.35
A Health Sci 6 25.75n +.32
D+ Hi Yld Adv 4 6.04n .04
C High Yld 3 6.05n .05
C High Yld Ins 3 8.81n .06
InstFltRt 3 9.73n .06
C+ Intl Bond 1 9.72n .02
A Intl Eq Idx 6 12.26n +.21
B+ Intl Gr&Inc 7 13.45n +.22
A Intl Stock 10 12.61n +.16
A IntlDiscov 10 34.92n +.21
A+ Latin Amer 15 40.45n +2.02
D LgCpGrInstl 12 12.65n +.22
D MD Tax Fr Bd 3 9.81n .03
A+ Media&Telcm 11 36.68n +.73
B+ Mid Cap Gr 9 48.47n +.62
B Mid Cap Val 5 20.19n +.23
A MidCapEqGrI 10 21.54n +.28
B+ NewAmer Gr 10 27.73n +.40
A+ NewAsia 15 11.49n +.10
A+ NewEra 13 51.77n +.37
C NewIncome 2 8.77n .03
D NewHorizns 8 26.19n +.23
OverseasStk 7 8.15n +.12
C+ PersnlStrIn 5 14.18n +.08
B PersonlStrGr 8 20.52n +.27
B PrsnlStrBal 6 16.69n +.15
B Real Estate 3 18.65n +.32
C+ Ret2020 Adv 7 15.10n +.16
C+ Retire 2005 5 10.67n +.07
B Retire 2010 6 14.35n +.11
B Retire 2020 7 15.19n +.17
B Retire 2030 8 15.92n +.20
B Retire 2040 8 15.95n +.21
B Retire 2045 8 10.58n +.14
C+ Retire Inc 4 12.03n +.05
B Retire2015 6 11.02n +.10
B Retire2025 7 11.13n +.13
B Retire2035 8 11.22n +.15
C+ Sci &Tech 14 19.11n +.23
B+ SmCap Value 4 35.24n +.12
D SmCapStk 5 27.62n +.22
B SpectrumGr 8 17.16n +.26
C+ SpectrumInc 2 11.39n ..
A SpectrumIntl 8 10.92n +.15
C ST Bond 1 4.65n .02
D SumtMunInt 2 10.57n .03
D Tax Fr Inc 4 9.26n .03
E Tx Fr Hi Yld 4 10.44n .02
D+ Tx Fr Sh Intm 1 5.33n ..
D VA Tax Fr Bd 3 10.77n .03
C+ Value 8 22.27n +.40
Principal Funds
$ 57.6 bil 8002474123
C Balanced A 5 12.81 +.11
E Bd &Mtg In 2 9.23n .04
D DiscLrgInst 7 12.37n +.22
A DivrsIntl J 8 10.18n +.12
A DivrsIntlIn 8 10.28n +.12
Eq Inc A 4 17.30 +.37
B+ HighYield A 6 7.20 .04
HiYieldInst 3 9.70n .08
A Intl Gr Ins 10 9.75n +.08
A+ IntlEmMkt J 13 19.71 +.50
D Life 2040 I 8 11.55 +.15
D+ Life 2050 I 8 11.13 +.15
B Lrg Gr Inst 9 7.71n +.11
E LT 2010 In 6 11.03n +.09
E LT 2020 In 7 11.45n +.12
E LT 2020 J 7 11.39n +.12
D LT 2030 Instl 7 11.35n +.14
E Pref Secs I 15 7.36 +.09
A PtrIntl Ins 7 12.22n +.17
E PtrLgBl Ins 7 9.00n +.18
D PtrLgGrI In 12 6.96n +.13
B+ PtrLgGrII I 9 7.53 +.11
PtrLVa I In 5 11.30 +.20
E PtrLVa Inst 6 10.62n +.28
PtrMdGr In 11 8.52n +.07
D+ PtrMdValI I 7 11.18 +.17
B Real Est I 3 15.89 +.28
D StrAsBal C 5 12.68n +.11
D StrAsConGrB 6 13.71n +.17
D StrAsConGrC 6 13.60n +.18
C StrAsStrGrA 7 15.54 +.23
D StrAstBal B 5 12.76n +.11
C StrAstCnGrA 6 14.26 +.18
Prudent Bear Fds
$ 1.5 bil 8007111848
A Bear + 6 6.62n .12
A Glob Inc 0 12.78n .02
Putnam A
$ 50.1 bil 8002251581
C AmerGovtInc 2 8.79 +.03
C Asset All Gr 8 11.80 +.15
D Asst All Bal 7 10.37 +.14
E CA Tax Ex 4 7.41 .04
B Conv Inc&Gr 10 16.90 ..
E Diversifd Inc 5 8.30 +.09
B Equity Inc 5 14.07 +.30
B Glob Eqty 9 8.93 +.16
A+ GlobNatRes 13 24.66 +.26
E Gr &Inc 6 12.38 +.25
E Grge Fd Bos 6 13.15 +.24
D+ High Yield 5 6.84 .06
D Hlth Science 5 51.81 +.70
E Income 3 6.06 +.02
B+ Intl Equity 8 20.70 +.33
A Intl Gr&Inc 7 10.74 +.19
A IntlCapOpps 11 28.70 +.12
E Investors 6 11.59 +.24
D+ Mid Cap Val 10 10.53 +.17
D NewOpport 10 43.32 +.57
E NewValue 7 11.64 +.24
D NY Tax Ex 4 8.03 .03
E Tax Ex Inc 4 8.03 .03
E Tx Fr Hgh Yld 5 11.34 .05
C US Govt Inc 2 12.89 +.09
A Util Gr&Inc 9 12.88 +.34
E Vista 13 9.09 +.06
E Voyager 9 15.87 +.25
Putnam M
$ 1.7 bil 8002251581
E Diversifd Inc 5 8.22 +.09
Putnam Y
$ 7.6 bil 8002251581
E Growth &Inc 6 12.41n +.25
E Income 3 6.11n +.02
B+ Intl Equity 8 20.91n +.34
E Investors 6 11.78n +.24
E Voyager 9 16.48n +.25
Quaker Funds
$ 1.2 bil 8002208888
A Strat Gr A 10 21.26 +.18
Quant Funds
$ 1.3 bil 8003262151
A+ EmrgMktOrd 13 20.32n +.43
D ForeignValO 8 14.60n +.01
Rainier Funds
$ 6.5 bil 8002486314
B+ Lg Equity 10 24.25n +.45
B+ LgEq I 10 24.40n +.45
A Sm/Mid Eq 11 31.25n +.37
A Sm/Mid Eq I 11 31.83n +.37
Ridgeworth
$ 12.2 bil 8779847321
A Aggr Gr I 11 12.04 +.13
D Hi Yield I 4 9.21n .10
C InGrTxEx I 3 11.28n .02
B Intl Eq I 7 11.43n +.23
A IntlEqIdx I 6 15.08n +.23
C+ Intmd Bd I 1 10.05 .05
E LgCoreEq I 7 13.14n +.23
B LgValEq I 6 11.59n +.21
A MidValEq I 6 9.46n +.15
C TotRetBondI 0 9.85n .04
RiverSource A
$ 35.6 bil 8887913380
E Balanced x 5 9.33 +.06
D Discpln Eq 7 5.64 +.10
C Div Oppor x 5 7.42 +.07
E Divers Bond 2 4.59 .02
B DivrsEqInc x 7 9.71 +.12
B Equity Val x 7 10.95 +.16
E Growth 9 24.96 +.48
C High Yield 4 2.51 .02
A IntlSelGr 9 6.53 +.05
E Lrg Cap Eq 8 4.23 +.08
B Mid Cap Val 9 7.53 +.12
D MidCapGr 11 8.25 +.11
B PrInSelVal 8 7.36 +.13
A PrtAggrGr 13 8.20 +.06
C PrtBldrMod 5 9.46 +.05
D PrtFmtlVal 6 5.16 +.10
C PrtModAggr 6 9.32 +.08
E Sh US Gov 0 4.66 ..
C Strat Alloc x 6 9.41 +.03
E Tax Ex Bond 5 3.51 .01
E TaxExHiInc 6 3.93 .01
A+ TNEmgMkts 13 7.35 +.16
B TNGlobalEq 7 6.78 +.13
RiverSource B
$ 5.0 bil 8887913380
C+ DvrsEqInc x 7 9.73n +.15
A TNIntlOpp 6 8.69 +.16
RiverSource I
$ 5.0 bil 8887913380
Divers Bd 1 4.60n .02
A IntlSelGr 9 6.62n +.05
Royce Funds
$ 21.7 bil 8002214268
A LowPrStkSev 7 13.46n +.06
A MicroCap I 7 13.44n +.01
C Opport I 7 9.79n +.11
B+ PA Mutl Inv 7 9.97n +.06
B PAMutlCnst 7 9.23n +.06
A+ Premier Inv 8 16.74n +.15
A SpecialEq I 5 17.90n +.07
B TotlRet I 4 11.90n +.10
A+ Value Svc 10 10.19n +.07
A ValuePlsSer 8 12.07n +.04
RS Funds
$ 9.0 bil 8007663863
A CoreEqA 8 37.62 +.61
A+ EmergeMktsA 14 18.53 +.44
A+ Glb Nat Res 13 31.65 +.27
E Partners 9 27.73 +.17
C+ Value 10 22.20 +.37
Russell Funds S
$ 23.8 bil 8007877354
C Divers Eqty .. no quote
A+ EmergMkts 13 15.72n +.33
A Intl Secs .. no quote
E MultiStr Bd 2 9.43n ..
E Quant Eqty 4 32.85n ..
B Real EstSec 3 38.52n +.70
D Special Gr .. no quote
Russell Instl I
$ 6.1 bil 8007877354
A IntlDvlpMkt 7 32.48n +.48
D StratBd 3 9.70n .03
D USCoreEqty 8 26.65n +.48
E USQuanEqty 8 28.24n +.52
Russell Lifepoint R3
$ 2.3 bil 8007877354
C Bal Strat 5 10.19 +.09
C Gr Strat 7 10.16 +.12
Russell Lifepoints C
$ 3.6 bil 8007877354
D Bal Strat 5 10.09 +.08
D+ Gr Strat 7 10.04 +.12
Russell Lifepoints E
$ 1.8 bil 8007877354
C Bal Strat 5 10.19 +.09
Russell Lifepoints S
$ 1.5 bil 8007877354
C Bal Strat 5 10.25 +.09
Rydex H
$ 996 mil 8008200888
MgdFutreSt 1 25.98n +.06
Rydex Investor
$ 2.1 bil 8008200888
B Ndq 12 11.20n +.17
STU
Schroder Funds
$ 1.7 bil 8004643108
E Muni Bd Inv 4 9.06n .02
C+ NorthAmerEq 6 9.52n +.16
A+ EmergMkts r 13 19.52 +.39
B Equity Gr 9 49.59 +.55
E Equity Inc 8 22.65 +.43
C HiInc Advt 7 8.42 .07
A IntlDiscov r 7 31.87 +.46
A Lev Co Stk 16 30.35 +.23
E Mid Cap A 13 16.90 +.13
A Mid Cp II 10 14.07 +.10
A NewInsight 7 17.61 +.18
B Small Cap 6 22.11 +.13
C+ Strat Inc 2 10.93 .05
Fidelity Adv B
$ 3.4 bil 8005260084
A Lev Co Stk 16 29.17n +.22
Fidelity Adv C
$ 8.6 bil 8005227297
C Divers Intl 7 15.76n +.28
A Lev Co Stk 16 29.14n +.22
B+ NewInsight 7 17.06n +.18
D+ Strat Inc 2 10.91n .05
Fidelity Adv Free A
$ 4.4 bil 8005448888
C 2015 5 10.73 +.07
C 2020 6 11.28 +.10
C 2025 6 10.83 +.11
C 2030 7 11.54 +.14
Fidelity Adv I
$ 24.4 bil 8005260084
E Div Growth 9 10.21n +.17
B Divers Intl 7 16.84n +.30
B Equity Grow 9 52.81n +.58
D Equity Inc 8 23.30n +.44
GovtIncome 0 10.40 .03
B Growth &Inc 8 16.79n +.31
C HiInc Advt 7 8.08n .06
C Large Cap 9 15.54n +.32
A Lev Co Stk 16 30.68n +.23
E Mid Cap I 13 17.52n +.13
A Mid Cp II 10 14.18n +.10
A NewInsight 7 17.80n +.19
A Overseas 6 18.43n +.23
E Sh Fxd Inc 0 8.88n .02
B+ Small Cap 6 23.00n +.13
C+ Strat Inc 2 11.03n .05
StrtRealRet 4 9.60n +.01
D TotalBond 2 9.82n .05
Fidelity Adv T
$ 23.2 bil 8005260084
C+ Balanced 8 13.57 +.12
C+ Divers Intl 7 16.33 +.29
B Equity Gr 9 49.45 +.54
E Equity Inc 8 22.95 +.44
D Growth Opp 15 28.84 +.33
C HiInc Advt 7 8.46 .06
A Lev Co Stk 16 29.88 +.23
E Mid Cap 13 17.09 +.13
A Mid Cp II 10 14.02 +.10
A NewInsight 7 17.50 +.18
A Overseas 6 18.45 +.24
B Small Cap 6 21.50 +.13
C+ Strategic Inc 2 10.93 .05
Fidelity Freedom
$ 81.6 bil 8005448888
D+ 2000 3 11.51n +.03
C 2005 5 10.33n +.06
C 2010 5 12.88n +.09
C+ 2015 5 10.74n +.08
C+ 2020 6 13.16n +.14
C+ 2025 6 10.91n +.12
C+ 2030 7 13.24n +.17
C+ 2035 7 10.97n +.15
C+ 2040 7 7.72n +.11
2045 7 9.08n +.12
2050 7 9.04n +.14
D+ Income 2 10.65n +.01
Fidelity Select
$ 27.1 bil 8005448888
B Biotechnlgy r 7 67.22n +1.35
C Brokrge&Inv r 7 47.73n +.38
A+ Chemicals r 12 74.83n .65
A+ ConsumeStpl r 3 60.44n +1.01
A Dfnse&Aero r 12 62.45n +.53
E Electronics r 15 32.72n +.31
A+ Energy r 14 53.13n +.90
A+ Energy Svcs r 17 81.04n +.77
A+ Gold r 3 33.18n .92
D Health Care r 6 102.32n +1.36
A+ Materials r 14 48.22n +.01
A Med Eq &Sys r 4 25.46n +.23
A+ Natural Gas r 14 37.80n +.71
A+ Natural Res 14 32.20n +.38
A+ Sftwr&Cmp r 10 62.11n +.79
C Technology r 14 60.14n +.67
A Utility Gr r 13 48.40n +1.22
Fidelity Spartan
$ 61.5 bil 8005448888
500 Idx Adv 7 84.24n +1.62
D 500 Idx Inv 7 84.23n +1.62
ExtMkt Adv 7 32.98n +.31
B ExtMkt Inv 7 32.98n +.32
IntlIdx Adv 5 36.91n +.62
A IntlIdx Inv 5 36.91n +.63
IntTrsBdIdx r 0 10.52n .07
TotMkt Adv 7 34.50n +.59
C TotMkt Inv 7 34.50n +.60
US EqIdxAdv 7 42.95n +.83
D+ US EqIdxInv 7 42.94n +.82
Fidelity Invest
$ 634 bil 8005448888
100 Index 6 8.82 +.20
C+ 4in1 Idx r 6 26.07n +.36
B+ AdvCapDevO 11 10.01n +.14
D AdvDivStkO 10 12.83n +.20
E Aggres Gr r 9 16.40n +.08
D AssetMgr50% 6 13.44n +.08
D AssetMgr70%r 714.2
5n +.14
C AsstMgr20%r 3 11.56n ..
B Balanced 8 16.45n +.15
D BlueChipGro 7 36.52n +.60
D CA Muni Inc 3 11.49n .04
A+ Canada r 7 55.13n +.28
C+ Cap &Inc 5 7.61n .05
D CaptlApprec 8 21.19n +.25
A+ China Rgn 11 21.67n +.27
A Contrafund 7 59.66n +.65
A Convrt Secs 16 21.76n .04
C Disciplnd Eq 7 23.82n +.44
A Diversifd Intl 7 30.85n +.45
E Dividend Grow 8 23.08n +.38
A+ Emrg Mkts 14 21.59n +.40
E Equity Inc 7 42.69n +.94
E Equity Inc II 8 18.03n +.34
A Euro CapApp r 8 19.81n +.31
A Europe r 7 31.66n +.50
B Exprt&Mltint r 7 20.61n +.25
B+ Fidelity Fund 8 31.07n +.52
C+ Fifty r 13 16.19n +.17
C FloatHiInc 3 9.02n .04
A Global Balncd 5 19.92n +.14
C+ GNMA + 1 10.94n .02
B Govt Income 0 10.38n .04
E Gr &Inc 11 19.91n +.38
A GrDiscovery 9 12.54n +.14
A Grwth Cmpny 9 67.86n +.96
C+ High Income 4 7.85n .06
A+ Independnc 13 22.12n +.13
C+ InflProtBd 3 10.99n .05
B Int Gov Inc 0 10.40n .04
D+ Int Mun Inc 2 9.73n .02
A Intl Discov 7 32.14n +.46
B IntlSmCap 10 17.13n .02
A IntlSmlOpp 12 9.96n +.12
D Intmd Bond 2 9.59n .06
E Inv Grade Bd 1 6.77n .03
E Japan r 3 11.50n +.21
D+ Large Cap Stk 9 14.58n +.30
A+ Latin Amer r 15 47.09n +2.19
A LevrgdCoStk 17 25.38n +.23
LgCorEnhIdx 7 8.46 +.17
C+ LowPr Stk 8 30.57n +.32
D Lrg Cp Val r 6 11.70n +.22
D MA Muni Inc 3 11.17n .03
C Magellan 13 67.33n +.95
C MegaCpStk 8 9.22n +.20
D MI Muni Inc 3 11.29n .04
B Mid Stk 13 22.73n +.21
D Mid Val r 8 13.49n +.17
E Mortg Secs + 1 10.15n .01
D Municipal Inc 3 11.89n .03
B+ NewMillnm 6 24.23n +.27
A NewMktsInc r 5 13.44n .01
D NJ Muni Inc r 3 10.95n .04
A+ Nordic r 14 31.21n +.38
D NY Muni Inc 3 12.09n .05
A OTC 12 39.91n +.55
A Overseas 7 34.99n +.62
A Pacific Basin r 10 18.78n +.11
C+ Puritan 6 16.21n +.16
D+ Real Estate 5 25.11n +.46
D+ Sh Int Muni 1 10.30n .01
E Short TermBd 1 8.24n .02
C Small Stk 9 14.36n +.15
E SmIndep r 7 15.49n +.09
B Sml Growr 9 12.51n +.10
D+ Sml Val r 0 12.55n +.17
SmlOpport 6 7.78 +.08
A+ SoEast Asia r 10 24.55n +.23
B StkSelector 8 23.79n +.44
D StraDiv&Inc 10 9.98n +.14
StraRealRet r 4 9.61n +.01
C+ Strategic Inc 2 9.85n .04
D Tax Fr Bond 3 10.16n .03
D Total Bond 2 9.83n .05
B Trend 10 54.28n +.67
D+ US Bond Idx 1 10.62n .05
B+ Utility 11 15.53n +.40
C+ Val Disc 7 14.29n +.28
D+ Value 9 62.04n +1.03
A World Wide 8 17.12n +.27
FidltyAdvFoc A
$ 1.1 bil 8005227297
A+ Energy r 14 36.27 +.61
FidltyAdvFoc T
$ 824 mil 8005227297
A+ Energy r 14 37.26 +.63
First Amer Y
$ 13.7 bil 8006773863
D Core Bond 3 10.18n .05
B Equity Inc 5 12.32n +.20
D+ Equity Index 7 22.07n +.43
D Int Tax Fr 3 10.29n .02
D Int TrmBd 3 9.36n .07
B Intl 6 11.77n +.14
B LgCapGrOpp 9 27.41n +.39
C Mid Cap Val 8 20.87n +.30
B MidCapGrOpp 12 33.05n +.37
A Real Estate 3 18.04n +.33
D Total Retrn 5 9.09n .05
First Eagle
$ 19.5 bil 8003342143
A Fund Amer Y 9 24.07n +.26
A Global A 3 40.75 +.10
A+ Gold 0 21.35 .31
A Overseas A 4 20.26 .04
First Invstrs A
$ 5.2 bil 8004234026
D Gr &Inc b 7 13.51 +.21
D Ins Tax Ex b 3 9.27 .04
First Src Mono
$ 985 mil 8007668938
A IncEquity .. no quote
FMI Funds
$ 2.2 bil 8008115311
A Common Stk 2 22.06n +.23
B Focus 2 29.70n +.28
A Large Cap b 5 14.04n +.17
Forum Funds
$ 4.4 bil 8009436786
D Abslt Strat 1 10.45n +.05
Wintergrn 6 11.80n +.04
FPA Funds
$ 6.3 bil 8009824372
D Capital 7 35.21 +.44
A Crescent I 5 24.15n +.11
B NewIncome 0 11.05 .02
Frank/Tmp Fr A
$ 127 bil 8003425236
D AZTaxFrInc 4 10.14 .04
E Bal Sheet 6 50.16 +.51
E CA HighYld 5 9.02 .04
D CA InsTxFr 4 11.64 .05
D CA IntTxFr 3 10.99 .04
D CA Tax Fr 4 6.69 .03
C Cap Growth 8 10.48 +.09
A+ ChinaWrld 12 30.31 .26
E Conv Secs 10 12.32 +.10
E Equity Inc 7 15.97 +.26
D FedIntTxFr 3 10.92 .03
D FedTxFrInc 4 11.13 .04
D FL Tax Fr 4 10.96 .04
D FltRateDly 3 9.00 .05
B Flx Cap Gr 9 41.53 +.46
E FoundAlloc 8 10.64 +.12
A+ Gold &Prec 6 29.08 .69
B+ Grwth 9 38.58 +.53
D High Inc 5 1.79 .02
E HiYldTxFr 5 9.52 .03
C Income 11 2.05 .01
E Ins Tax Fr 4 11.26 .04
D MI InsTxFr 4 11.45 .03
D MNIns Tax Fr 4 11.39 .04
D MOTax Fr 4 11.28 .05
A+ Nat Resrces 13 36.48 +.42
D NC Tax Fr 5 11.28 .05
D NJ Tax Fr 4 11.33 .03
D NY Tax Fr 4 11.04 .04
D OH InsTaxFr 4 11.75 .05
D OR Tax Fr 4 11.11 .04
D PA Tax Fr 5 9.59 .04
C Rising Divs 6 29.86 +.37
C+ SmlCapVal 4 39.12 +.44
D+ SmMdCapGr 9 28.95 +.26
C+ Strat Inc 4 9.40 .04
D Totl Retrn 3 9.21 .03
C+ US Gov Sec + 1 6.48 ..
A Utilities 7 12.38 +.30
D VA Tax Fr 4 10.93 .04
Frank/Tmp Fr B
$ 6.2 bil 8003425236
E FoundAlloc 8 10.55n +.11
C Income 11 2.05n ..
Frank/Tmp Fr C
$ 30.1 bil 8003425236
E CA Tax Fr 4 6.68 .03
E FedTxFrIn 4 11.12 .04
E FoundAlloc 8 10.41n +.11
A+ Gold &Prec 6 28.23 .67
E HiYldTxFr 5 9.63 .04
C Income 11 2.07 ..
C Strategic Inc 4 9.39 .05
C US Gov Sec + 1 6.45 ..
A Utilities 7 12.34 +.30
Frank/Tmp FrAd
$ 9.6 bil 8003425236
C+ Income 11 2.04n .01
D+ SmMidCapGr 9 29.63n +.27
C+ US Govt Secs + 1 6.50n +.01
Frank/Tmp Mutual A&B
$ 20.9 bil 8002929293
D Beacon A 6 12.37 +.16
A Discovery A 3 27.43 +.18
A Discovery B 3 26.76n +.17
A European A 5 20.08 +.14
B+ Qualified A 2 19.10 +.12
D Shares A 6 20.52 +.29
Frank/Tmp Mutual C
$ 6.3 bil 8003425236
D Beacon 6 12.18 +.15
A Discovery 3 27.09 +.18
A European 5 19.96 +.14
D Shares 6 20.19 +.28
Frank/Tmp Mutual Z
$ 23.5 bil 8004483863
D Beacon 6 12.48n +.17
A Discovery 3 27.79n +.18
A European 5 20.49n +.14
B+ Qualified 2 19.26n +.13
D+ Shares 6 20.71n +.29
Frank/Tmp Tp A
$ 46.9 bil 8003549191
BRIC 14 11.88 +.25
A+ Dvlp Mkts 10 20.03 +.33
B+ Foreign 6 9.59 +.17
A Glbl Opport 7 17.75 +.33
D Glbl SmCo 6 6.53 +.01
A Glob Bond 1 11.21 +.01
E Growth 7 18.57 +.41
Income 6 2.55 +.02
B World 7 14.72 +.27
Frank/Tmp TpAd
$ 10.2 bil 8002929293
A+ ChinaWrld 12 30.53n .26
A+ Devlp Mkts 10 20.06n +.33
B+ Foreign 6 9.56n +.17
A Glob Bond .. no quote
D Growth 7 18.62n +.42
Frank/Tmp TpB/C
$ 7.3 bil 8006322301
A+ Devlp Mkts C 11 19.42 +.32
B Foreign C 6 9.36 +.16
A Global Bd C 1 11.23 +.02
E Growth C 7 17.99 +.41
A MutualDiscR 3 27.19n +.18
Frontegra
$ 1.6 bil 8888252100
A Iron SmCap 6 16.87n +.14
FundX Upgrader
$ 1.2 bil 8664553863
A FundX Up p .. 32.08n ..
A FundXAggr p .. 36.58n ..
G H I
Gabelli A
$ 880 mil 8004223554
A Utilities 5 7.64 +.13
E Value 9 13.37 +.23
Gabelli AAA
$ 5.4 bil 8004223554
A ABC Fund 2 9.77n +.01
B+ Asset 7 41.79n +.54
B Equity Inc 6 18.76n +.26
A SmCap Gr 6 29.24n +.26
Gamco AAA
$ 2.0 bil 8004223554
A Glb Telecom 8 19.70n +.46
A+ Gold 6 23.25n .67
C+ Growth 9 28.96n +.39
Gateway Funds
$ 3.8 bil 8003546339
B+ Gateway A 2 27.80 +.29
GE Elfun S&S
$ 11.5 bil 8002420134
D Income 1 10.67n .04
A+ Intl Equity 6 21.99n +.27
B+ S&S Program 7 39.17n +.80
D Tax Exempt 3 10.96n .04
C+ Trusts 6 44.21n +.69
GE Instl Funds
$ 4.8 bil 8002420134
A+ Intl Equity 6 14.49n +.18
B SmValEqInv 9 12.75n +.09
B+ Stratgc Inv 5 11.02n +.10
Glenmede Funds
$ 1.5 bil 8004428299
C+ Intl Equity 8 13.30 +.25
GMO Trust II
$ 1.2 bil 6173307500
A Foreign 6 13.28n +.23
GMO Trust III
$ 17.8 bil 6173307500
A+ Emerg Cntry 11 9.96n +.28
A Emerg Ctry Dt 7 8.91n .01
A+ Emerg Mkts 11 12.81 +.36
A Foreign 6 13.35n +.24
A Foreign Sml 10 11.28n +.08
Intl Cor Eq 7 31.37n +.47
Intl Gro Eq 7 22.51n +.30
B+ Intl Intrn Val 6 24.03n +.41
A Intl SmCos 8 7.24n +.05
A TxMg Intl Eq 7 15.91n +.24
US Core Eq 6 11.28n +.21
D US Qual Eq 4 19.55 +.39
GMO Trust IV
$ 16.5 bil 6173307500
E CorePlusBd 3 8.72 .03
A Emerg Ctry Dt 6 8.92n ..
A+ Emerg Mkts 11 12.75n +.36
A Foreign 6 13.35n +.23
A ForgnSmlCo 10 11.29n +.08
Intl Core Eq 7 31.36n +.46
Intl Gro Eq 7 22.54 +.31
A Intl Intrn Val 6 24.02n +.41
GMO Trust V
$ 1.6 bil 6173307500
A+ Emerg Mkts 11 12.74n +.35
US Qual Eq 4 19.55 +.39
GMO Trust VI
$ 22.1 bil 6173307500
D Domestic Bd 2 9.03 .04
A+ Emerg Mkts 11 12.77n +.36
A+ EmrgMktOpp .. no quote
Intl Core Eq 7 31.36 +.47
StratFixInc 1 22.54 ..
US Core Eq 6 11.26n +.21
US Qual Eq 4 19.55n +.38
GoldmnSachs A
$ 23.9 bil 8007625035
C Capital Gr 10 20.40 +.29
E Core Fxd Inc 1 9.00 .02
A+ Emerg Mkts 14 17.55 +.46
C Gr&Inc Strat 7 10.70 ..
C Growth &Inc 6 21.89 +.47
A Growth Opp 8 20.05 +.23
C Growth Strat 9 11.47 ..
E Hi Yld Muni 4 9.04 .04
D High Yield 4 6.62 .06
C Lrg Val 7 11.60 +.23
C Mid Cap Val 8 30.66 +.46
D SmVal 3 33.97 +.46
A StrucIntlEq 7 10.99 +.19
GoldmnSachs C
$ 2.1 bil 8007625035
D Gr Strat 9 11.31n ..
D Gr&Inc Strat 7 10.63n ..
GoldmnSachs In
$ 19.5 bil 8007625035
E Core Fixed Inc 1 9.03n .03
A+ Emerg Mkts 14 18.47n +.49
D Global Inc 2 12.23n .02
A Growth Opp 8 20.98n +.24
D High Yield 4 6.63n .06
E High Yld Muni 3 9.04n .04
C+ Mid Cap Val 8 31.00n +.47
B Sh Dur Govt 0 10.04n .04
D SmVal 3 35.67n +.49
E Struc Lg Gr 10 11.68n +.19
E Struc LgVal 5 10.79n +.23
E Struc SmEq 7 10.80n +.12
A StrucIntlEq 7 11.30n +.21
A Grnsprng 4 23.07n +.15
GuideStone G4
$ 9.6 bil 8002620511
Aggr Allo 8 13.08n +.23
Bal Allo 5 12.38n +.07
Gr Allo 7 12.87n +.15
GrwthEquity 10 16.32n +.27
Intl Equity 8 13.80n +.24
LowDurBond 2 12.29n .03
MedDurBond 3 12.56n .05
ValueEquity 6 13.81n +.28
Hansberger
$ 1.2 bil 8004146927
A IntlGrowthI 9 15.22n +.21
Harbor Funds
$ 20.3 bil 8004221050
C+ Bond Instl 3 11.54n +.02
D CapAppr Ins 8 30.84n +.45
D CapAppr Inv 8 30.47n +.45
A+ Intl Admin 7 55.85n +1.07
A+ Intl Gr I 7 12.10n +.18
A+ Intl Instl 7 56.23n +1.08
A+ Intl Inv 7 55.59n +1.07
A Mid Gr Instl 10 7.50n +.03
E SmVal Instl 7 18.49n +.21
Harding Lvnr
$ 2.2 bil 8007624848
A+ Emerg Mkts 12 40.19n +1.07
A Intl Equity 5 15.82 +.24
Hartford A
$ 30.6 bil 8888437824
D Advisers x 8 13.21 +.04
C+ Balanc All b 6 10.22 +.08
A Cap Apprec b 10 31.46 +.42
A CapAppr II b 9 11.54 +.14
Checks&Bal b 6 8.83 +.08
B+ Div &Gr x 5 18.13 +.27
B Eqty Inc x 4 12.01 +.22
E Float Rate x 3 8.64 .04
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A Intl Opport b 8 13.32 +.25
A Mid Cap b 8 18.85 +.14
A Small Co b 9 17.22 +.16
E TotlRetnBd x 2 9.80 .06
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APR 08 4.0%
MAY 08 4.1%
JUN 08 4.3%
JUL 08 4.2%
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UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT
SOUTHERN DISTRICT OF CALIFORNIA
TO: ALL PERSONS WHO PURCHASED OR OTHERWISE ACQUIRED
WIRELESS FACILITIES, INC. (WIRELESS) SECURITIES DURING THE
PERIOD FROM MAY 5, 2003 TO AND INCLUDING AUGUST 4, 2004,
INCLUSIVE (THE SETTLEMENT CLASS).
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that pursuant to an Order of the United States
District Court for the Southern District of California, a hearing will be held on
December 3, 2008, at 2:30 p.m., before the Honorable Nita L. Stormes, at the United
States District Court for theSouthern District of California, 940 Front St., San Diego,
CA 92101, for thepurposeof determining: (1) whether theproposed settlement of the
Action for the sumof $12,000,000 in cash should be approved by the Court as fair,
reasonableand adequate; (2) whether, thereafter, this Action should bedismissed with
prejudiceagainst theDefendants as set forthintheStipulationof Settlement datedas of
J une 13, 2008; (3) whether the Plan of Allocation of settlement proceeds is fair,
reasonable and adequate and therefore should be approved; (4) whether to approve
Plaintiffs Lead Counsels application for an award of attorney fees and expenses
incurred in connection with this Action, together with interest earned thereon; and
(5) whether to approveanapplicationby oneof theLeadPlaintiffsfor reimbursement of
hisreasonablecostsandexpenses.
If you purchased or otherwise acquired Wireless Securities (i.e., any publicly
traded security of Wireless) between May 5, 2003 and August 4, 2004, inclusive, your
rights may be affected by this Action and the settlement thereof. If you have not
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distributionof theSettlement Fund, youmust submit aProof of ClaimandReleaseform
postmarked no later than December 22, 2008, establishing that you are entitled to a
recovery. Youwill beboundby any judgment renderedintheActionunlessyourequest
to beexcluded, inwriting, to theaboveaddress, postmarkedby November 7, 2008.
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thanNovember 7, 2008, andr ecei ved by thefollowingno later thanNovember 7, 2008:
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A12 FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 26, 2008 WE SAY IT LIKE IT IS INVESTORS.COM
Y
et, in our search for villains amid the full, repulsive rot of
this mortgage and financial crisis, we must first look in the
mirror.
As our baby-boom generation created and approved the greatest
periodof economicexpansioninU.S. history, our cautious, Depres-
sion-era parents counseled us on the excesses in which we wal-
lowed, or wantedtowallow. Yet weviewedthemas pessimisticand
backward. We, after all, hadthevision.
Now, as we boomers reach retirement age, downsize our homes
andbattle age or illness, we findour parents worst fears before our
eyes. It trulyisarevoltin development torealizewebrought thiscri-
sis onourselves andthat, yes, someof usmust pay. Weneedtostand
upandbeaccountable.
We all fear increased government regulation and involvement in
our lives. But wealsorealizethat somecrises aretoobigandexpen-
sivefor anythingelse. This is suchacrisis, and, fortunately, wehave
twoveryqualifiedpeopletoorchestratearescue.
TreasurySecretaryPaulsonunderstands thenutsandboltsof busi-
nesses and every corner of our complicated financial system. Fed
ChairmanBernanke is a pragmatic professor andrespected econo-
mist whohas studiedtheDepressionandhowtoavoidanother.
Not surprisingly, certainall-knowingmembers of Congress tell us
weneedtoslowdownandget it right.But holdingincessant hear-
ings inhopes of findingamagicpill is ridiculous. Its timefor action.
Acut arteryrequires atourniquet, not moreopinions.
Congressional leaders contend that Wall Street is to blame and
must bepunished. Yet theyrethe ones whoduringthe Carter years
approved the Community Reinvestment Act that forced banks to
makemanymoresubprimeloans.
And it was President Clinton who dramatically accelerated the
rules that coercedbanks tomakefar moresubprime loans topeople
whocouldnt normallyqualify.
Three of every four foreclosures have involved these subprime
loans. Most shouldnever havebeenmade, but biggovernment man-
dated that they be made or else. Once again, a big government with
the best of intentions created terrible unintended consequences. It
was biggovernment that startedthewholemess.
Yes, Wall Street was eager to provide the liquidity and the blind-
folded credit standards the public wanted. And yes, many people
profited handsomely. But ask the stockholders and employees of
Bear Stearns, Lehman Bros., Fannie Mae, Merrill LynchandAIGif
they have paidthe price. Some were bailedout for 10cents onthe
dollar and granted loans at punitive interest rates by the govern-
ment. Punishment has beenswift, ruthlessandpainful. Themarket-
placehas alreadyspoken; politicians neednt have.
We also hear rants about oversized executive pay. The reality is
that employees at the very top of every industry are offered vast
sums of moneyandgenerous contracts bybusinesses eager for their
servicesandskills.
Is Alex Rodriguez worth $275 million over the next 10 years or
Julia Roberts $20 million per film? The answer is yes. Thats what
their employers feel theycanpaythemandstill earnaprofit. If they
dont produce, their next contract will be smaller or nonexistent.
Thatsthewayfreeenterpriseworks.
Accountability will free the process from this search for the vil-
lains. Those of us who signed those risky mortgages on houses we
couldnt afford did so with eyes wide open. Others who refinanced
houses theybought years ago, mistakingthesacredfamilyhomefor
apiggybank, eagerlyput thepentothelenders papers.
To blame such bad decisions on predatory lenders may be ludi-
crous. Sure, they were eager to accommodate us, and some were
bad guys, making themcomplicit as well. But they did not hold a
guntoour heads.
Mortgage arithmetic is pretty basic, so none of us can say we
didnt understand. We just screwed up. We took our eyes off the
ball andturnedgreedy. Our financially cautious andbackwardpar-
ents can now say we told you so. We must hang our heads, ac-
knowledgeour mistakes andtakeour medicine.
Solets get onwithit. We, thetaxpayers, want action. Weneedand
want governments help to stemthe bleeding and restore the pulse
of our financial systemsowecanbegintogrowour economyagain.
Credit Crisis: What a revoltin development this is! Ed
Norton used to say when things went bad on the old
Honeymooners TVshow. And that certainly express-
es the sentiments of all Americans this week.
S
en. McCain suspended his campaign because he thought
hisplaceasaU.S. senatorwasinWashingtonduringabigfi-
nancial crisis. The Republican presidential nominee also
saidhewouldnt beshowingupfor thefirst debate.
Call it a gimmick if you like, but you can bet Sen. Obama wishes
hedthought of it first. Instead, theDemocraticnomineelamelyre-
tortedthat the debate, set for Friday at the University of Mississip-
pi andfocusingonforeignpolicy, shouldnot bedelayedbecauseit
makes sense for us to present ourselves before the American peo-
pleandwevebothgot bigplanes.But that falls flat.
McCain long ago challenged Obama to 10 freewheeling debates
without the usual constraints. Obama, who is clearly ill at ease in
the absence of a teleprompter, refused. Why didnt it make sense
for us topresent ourselves beforetheAmericanpeople then?
Was it Obamawhoreachedout his handtoMcCainandPresident
Bushtomeet and, alongwithcongressional leaders, cometoagree-
ment onlegislationtoput anendtothecrisis?
No, it was the Republicans who were building bridges between
the parties this week even if the ultimate solution is too light on
budget cuts and reformand too heavy on increased debt and, ulti-
mately, higher taxes.
Repeatedly, it has been McCain, not Obama, who has exhibited
creativityandawillingness toadapt toevents.
At the instant the establishment medias talking heads were rev-
vinguptospenddayswaxingonabout thegreatnessof Obamasac-
ceptancespeech, hewas upstagedthenext morningbyhis GOPop-
ponents namingof Gov. SarahPalintotheticket.
Unlike the last female running mate for a major party little-
known three-term House member Geraldine Ferraro, who ran
withWalter Mondale in 1984 McCains choice for veep actually
has experience running a government and wont put you to sleep
withher speeches.
Its in regard to the global war on terror that the difference be-
tween McCain and Obama really hits you. McCain bucked the
Washington establishment of both parties by insisting that we
must winandwe canwininIraq. Bothhe andthe president resist-
ed the defeat-with-dignity notions contained in the Baker-Hamil-
tonIraqStudyGroupreport, andtheresultingsurgestrategyimple-
mented by Gen. David Petraeus fundamentally transformed the
conflict therefor thebetter.
Obama, by contrast, continues with little alteration the Demo-
crats years-oldmantrathat U.S. troops shouldberedeployedfrom
IraqtoAfghanistansowecancatchtheailingOsamabinLaden.
Withanelectorate sickof the status quo, the choice inNovember
is betweenthe same liberal ideology Democratic presidential can-
didates have offered us for years and an open-minded, maverick
Republican.
Status Quobama
Election 08: Media caricatures make John McCain the
tired, old candidate of standing pat and Barack Obama
the agent of change. But its becoming ever clearer that
Obama is the typical politician.
Environment: The solar wind is slowing, but Al Gore is
still spewing hot air. The Oscar winner is promoting civil
disobedience to stop energy and economic growth as
the first U.S. emissions cap-and-trade programbegins.
ISSUES &INSIGHTS
G
ood news is no news these days, especially when it comes
fromIraq. Soyoumight havemissedthestoryabout thepo-
litical breakthrough in the Iraqi parliament, which ap-
provedlegislationtoholdanewroundof provincial elections early
next year.
The bill which awaits approval by a three-person presidential
council is important becauseit sets upthe first provincial vote in
four years and because the voting promises to be more inclusive
thanbefore.
Sunni Iraqis largely boycottedthe earlier provincial elections out
of mistrust toward the Shiite-dominated national government.
The vote didnothing to stopthe insurgency andmay actually have
madeit worse.
Now most of the Sunnis have turned against violence, cast their
lot with the democratic process and are ready to take a larger role
inthenational life. Thecomingelections will changetheIraqi po-
litical map, saidoneSunni lawmaker.
This is the key point: They will change the map peacefully not
throughcar bombs, but throughtheballot box.
Dare we say that democracy is advancing in Iraq? And isnt this a
shining example of the reconciliation that Barack Obama,
amongothers, still claims tobewaitingfor?
Obama admitted earlier this month that President Bushs troop
surgehadsucceededbeyondour wildest dreamsinreducingvio-
lence. But heinsistedthat it hadyet toproducethedesiredpolitical
dividends.
This weeks vote is dramatic evidence that reconciliation is well
under way. And its not happening just in parliament. Its also out
on the street. Dexter Filkins, a NewYork Times reporter who re-
centlyreturnedtoIraqafter twoyears, bears witness tothat fact.
At first, I didnt recognize the place, he wrote. When I left
Baghdadtwoyearsago, thenationssocial fabricseemedtooshred-
dedtoever come together again. The very worst hadlost its power
to shock. To return nowis to be jarred in the oddest way possible:
bythenormal, bythepleasant, evenbyhope.
Its hard to argue against this eyewitness reporting, especially
from a paper that has harshly criticized the Bush administration
every stepof the way. If only out of honesty andfairness, the presi-
dentscriticsshouldacknowledgethesuccess of hiscourageousde-
cision to step up the fight in Iraq, against the advice of most of his
generals.
With the U.S. economy on life support, it may be inevitable that
Bush gets little credit these days for this long-awaited success in
Iraq. Hell probably have to wait for the historians to give himhis
due.
Until then, it wouldbenicetoseemorerecognitionthat democra-
cy really is taking hold in the Middle East wasnt that one of the
Bush doctrines? and that American blood was not shed there in
vain.
Meanwhile In Iraq
S
peakingbeforeBill ClintonsGlobal Initiative, junksciencead-
vocate Gore called on young people to take the lawinto their
own hands because the climate, he claims, is a-changin. He
toldthe gathering inNewYorkCitythat the worldhas lost ground
totheclimatecrisisandthetimefor actionis now.
If youre a young person looking at the future of this planet and
looking at what is being done right now, and not done, I believe we
havereachedthestagewhereit is timefor civil disobediencetopre-
vent theconstructionof newcoal plantsthat donot havecarboncap-
tureandsequestration, Goresaidtoloudapplause.
His comments come two weeks after a British jury acquitted six
Greenpeace activists accused of causing property damage at a
power plant. The jury felt the protest was acceptable because the
protestersfearedtheplant wouldcontributetoglobal warming.
Luddites of theworld, unite!
On the same day Gore spoke, scientists involved in NASAs Ulyss-
es project reported that the intensity of the suns solar wind was at
itslowest point sincethebeginningof thespaceageonemoreindi-
cationthat the sun, the biggest source of energyaffectingthe Earth,
isgettingquiet.
The weaker solar wind appears to be due to changes in the suns
magnetic field, but the cause is unknown. Sunspots, whichnormal-
lyfluctuatein11-yearcycles, areat avirtual standstill. InAugust, the
suncreatednovisiblespots. Thelast timethat happened: June1913.
The results of the Ulysses spacecrafts mission, according to Jet
Propulsion Laboratory project scientist Ed Smith, show that we
are ina periodof minimal activity that has stretchedonlonger than
anyoneanticipated.
The consequences for Earth are enormous. The lack of increased
activity could signal the start of what is knownas a Maunder Mini-
mum, an event that occurs every couple of centuries andcanlast as
long as a century. It leads to extended periods of severe cooling
suchaswhat happenedduringtheLittleIceAge.
It may already be happening. The four major agencies tracking
Earths temperature, including NASAs Goddard Institute, report
that the Earthcooled 0.7 degree Celsius in2007, the fastest decline
in the age of instrumentation, putting us back to where the Earth
was in1930.
Theclimateis changing, but not inthedirectionAl Gorethinks. As
theEarthdemonstrablycoolsunderaweakeningsun, a10-statecoa-
litionon Thursday held the nations first carbon allowance auction
todeal withawarmingtrendthat mayhaveendedadecadeago.
Theywill imposeaminor leagueversionof theLieberman-Warner
economy-killingcap-and-traderationingsysteminwhichemissions
arelimitedbyaprogressivelyloweredcap. Emissionpermitsareauc-
tioned off by government, making it a cap-and-tax system. Permits
canbetradedorsoldbetweencompanieslikebaseball cards.
TheLieberman-Warner bill wouldmandateemissioncuts of 44%
below 2007 levels. The Environmental Protection Agency esti-
mates that it would cost as much as $3 trillion a year in lost GDP in
an economy of roughly $14 trillion. It dwarfs the current financial
crisis. But then, itsfor agoodcauseright, Al?
The New York-based Regional Greenhouse Gas Initiative,
launched Thursday, strives to freeze CO2 emissions through 2014
and then gradually reduce them to 10% below current levels by
2018. The states participating are Connecticut, Delaware, Maine,
Maryland, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New
York, RhodeIslandandVermont.
Like its bigger cousin, its a job- and growth-killing plan in a time
of economic crisis. As the sun slows and the Earth cools, itll mean
higher energyprices duringcolder andsnowier winters.
Al Gores hippielegions mayhavetowear their winter coats.
Returning Taxpayer Accountability
Democracy: Lawmakers in Iraq reached a crucial mile-
stone this week by approving provincial elections. This
is more evidence for the reconciliation that Barack
Obama claims not to see.
The Day The Earth Cooled
WINNER OF THE 2008
Pulitzer Prize
ISSUES & INSIGHTS READ WHAT'S REALLY GOING ON IN THE COUNTRY FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 26, 2008 A13
NI COLE GELI NAS
T
he credit meltdown has spawned a
fewfalse villains, andoneis mark-to-
market accounting. Too many ob-
servers wrongly thought if we just suspend
the accounting rule that requires financial
firms to report certain investments at fair
market value, thenthecrisis will goaway.
What is mark-to-market accounting? The
people who write and enforce our national
accounting standards mandate that public-
ly traded financial companies must report
some of their assets (things like mortgage-
backed securities) and liabilities (like
moneytheyveborrowedfromother institu-
tions) at marked-to-market values.
That is, if you bought a certain security at
$100 last year, but you cant find anyone to
buy it this year for more than $40, youve
got to report its worth as $40. Unless you
planto build a time machine, thats the fair-
valuemarket priceit wouldcommand.
Financial institutions have reported many
financial instruments this way for decades,
usually because they wanted to. If much of
your business is borrowing huge amounts
of moneyandthenbuyingandsellingsecuri-
ties to exploit and magnify small price
changes in those securities, then youve got
tohaveawayof tellingtheworldhowmuch
money youve made this quarter doing just
that.
Whats It Worth?
But no financial firmhas to report all of its
assets at fair value. What must be reported
that way are things like derivative securi-
ties, securities purchased temporarily or
what an institution hoped was temporarily
throughconstant tradingtechniques, and
securities that companies have designated
asavailablefor sale.
If a bank always planned to sell a particu-
lar security pretty fast and was, in fact, de-
pendingonthemoneyfromthat saletocon-
tinue funding its operations and churning
out profits, it should value that security at
what its worthright now.
When it comes to long-term investments,
financial firms have more discretion. In
most cases, if a bank had always planned to
hold a security to maturity, it doesnt have
topaymuchattentiontothosefair values.
There is a big exception, though: If the
bank believes that that long-term invest-
ment is permanently impaired, it must sub-
tract that impairment from the long-term
value. But even then, an institution doesnt
have to write these long-term securities
down to immediate market values; it only
has to write themdown to, say, the expect-
edvalueof theremaininggoodmortgages in
thesecurity.
Sowhats all this talkabout fair-valuerules
being newand somehowprecipitating or at
least exacerbating the current crisis? In
truth, the only new wrinkle came last No-
vember, when the accounting-standards
people issued new guidelines for how to
measure fair value. They didnt issue a new
fair-valuerequirement.
Aroundthe same time, the markets for the
most opaque, complex securities were seiz-
ing up. Whereas once you could instantly
find hundreds of thousands of buyers for
mortgage-backed securities close to the
prices at which the securities were issued,
nobody wants themanymore at least not
without weeks of scrutiny, andcertainlynot
at thepricethebanks want tosell them.
In demonizing fair-value rules, critics say
that the standards have spawned write-
down after write-down, causing yet more
losses at financial institutions that use their
peers values as guidelines, and causing
more investors to flee, escalating the losses
andcausingbigfirms tofail.
No one doubts that were experiencing a
crisis in confidence in asset values, but fair-
value accounting didnt cause it. It could
have been stopped only by the banks them-
selves. They could have chosen, starting
morethantwodecadesago, tobeinthelong-
terminvestment business rather thaninthe
short-term, exotic-security creation and
tradingbusiness.
Peoplewhosaythat its not proper tovalue
a long-term asset at todays value miss the
point. Most suchassetswerenever meant to
belong-terminvestments for the banks that
hadjust issuedthemor still heldthemwhen
thecredit crisis struck.
Suspending the rules wont slow this cri-
sis. With or without the rules, nobody
knowswhat certainsecuritiesareworth. In-
vestorsdidnt short LehmanBrothers stock
because the company had written its
opaque securities down to zero (it hadnt).
They shorted Lehman partly because they
didnt think that it had written such securi-
tiesdownfar enough.
As for the charge that its ridiculous to
value some mortgages at 22%on the dollar,
as a buyer for Merrill Lynch securities did,
and that fair-value accounting helps to cre-
atetheabsurdity: maybe, maybenot.
The stark truth is that when you consider
that banks wrote mortgages against houses
that mayhavebeenmorethan100%overval-
ued, and when you consider how much it
costs such institutions to foreclose on a
house and maintain it for a few months or
longer before sale in a tough market, its
easy tosee howvalues get downtoless than
half. Subtract some more money for uncer-
tainty which markets do all the time
andyouredownto22%.
Finally, even if standard bearers andregu-
lators suspended fair-market rules today,
banks would still be wedded to fair-market
principles, at least until all of todays com-
plexsecuritiesareunwound. Considercred-
it-derivative securities, a formof insurance
against debt default.
No Risk-Free Trades
AIG, which holds half a trillion dollars in
such obligations, would have gone bank-
rupt last week without government help.
But AIGs problemwasnt some accounting
rules. Even without them, AIGs trading
partnerswouldhavedemandedhighercash
collateral from the firm as ratings agencies
downgraded the firm, due in part to their
own private assessments of the chance that
AIGwouldactuallyhavetopayout onthose
claims.
The same was true at firmafter firm: Risks
increased and counterparties demanded
morecash, as calledfor inprivatecontracts.
The only thing that was wrong with fair
value accounting was that it was a mirror
of the modern financial industry. Financial
institutions thought that they could trade
anything, anywhere, at anytime, safely and
virtually risk-free and for an instant profit.
Theycouldnt.
But the anti-mark-to-market crowd
maywell get its wish, because investors will
regardthe business behindsuchrules more
carefully. Financial institutions needed
money from the outside world to create all
of thosefair-valueinvestments. Its unlikely
theyll replenishtheir now-depletedcoffers
to do the same thing in the future, because
investorsnowunderstandwhat complexse-
curities and assets structured to trade in-
stantaneously do not only on their way
up, but ontheir waydown.
00 Gelinas is a contributing editor to City
Journal. This articleis excerptedfromcity-
journal.org.
A
nindictment of greed! Acase for more
government intervention! Worst fi-
nancial crisis since the Great Depres-
sion! Failureof capitalism! This list includes
the lessons of the recent turmoil in the fi-
nancial markets. Nonsense.
Downwithgreed!
Someone please produce the gun held to
the temples of borrowers who put little or
nomoneydown, tookout teaserrates, and
then pleaded ignorance or victimhood
when the lender as stipulated in the con-
tract jackedupthe rate. Lenders andbor-
rowers expected government/taxpayers to
somehow, some way, step in and shield
them from the consequences of their deci-
sions. This creates
moral hazard be-
havior based upon the
knowledge of protec-
tion from the bad con-
sequences of reckless
orirresponsiblebehav-
ior. Decisions entail
risk, whether personal
orfinancial ones.
Weneedmoreregula-
tion!
Wehaveit lots of it.
Ever hear of the Office of Federal Housing
Enterprise Oversight? This agency, which
employs 200 people, exists for one thing
and one thing only to oversee Freddie
Mac and Fannie Mae, the government-
sponsored entities that own or guarantee
40% of the nations residential mortgages.
Mere months before Freddie and Fannies
collapse and subsequent government take-
over, OFHEO issued a report that sawonly
clean sailing. The Community Reinvest-
ment Act, passed in 1977, mandated that
lenders lend to high-risk borrowers or
else. The government actually held up pru-
dent bank mergers if one or both sides did
not sufficiently lend to borrowers who,
undernormal circumstances, failedtoquali-
fy. Why is the federal government in the
housingbusiness inthefirst place? Weneed
less government, not moreregulation.
We are experiencing the greatest finan-
cial crisis sincetheGreat Depression!
Evenif this were true, we arent evenclose
to that catastrophic event. At the Great De-
pressions nadir, 25%of adults were unem-
ployed, includingnearly50%of urbanblack
adults. Economist David Wheelock of the
Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis says that
by the dawn of 1934, nearly half the urban
homes with mortgages were in default, and
7.3% of housing structures had been fore-
closed. Today, 6.4%of mortgages are delin-
quent, 2.75%are in the foreclosure process,
and 0.6% of all housing units are bank-
owned.
But what about since the Great Depres-
sion? Taketherecessionof 1980-81. In1980,
inflation averaged 13.58%, unemployment
increased from 6.3 to 8.5%, and the prime
loan rate reached an astonishing 21.5%. Ac-
cording to the Mortgage Bankers Associa-
tion, todays delinquency rate is only a little
higherthanin1985. Andin1999, theforeclo-
surerateset records.
According to the FDIC, in the almost two-
year periodof 2007 and2008, 15banks have
failed. Similarly, during Clintons last two
years in office, 1999 and 2000, 15 banks
failed. In the recession-free years of 1988
and 1989, there were 1,004 bank failures.
AndsincetheDepression, theaveragenum-
ber of yearlybankfailures has been94.
This exposes thefailureof capitalism!
What do you say we actually try capital-
ism, where private actors reap rewards and
assume the risk? Capitalism, says Ken-
neth Minogue, professor emeritus at the
LondonSchool of Economics, is what peo-
pledoif youleavethemalone. Peoplewant
hands off until, that is, they want hands
on. People want homes, many preferring
that optionevenwhenrenting may be more
prudent. Many want rent control to shield
themfromleasingat fair market rates. Dem-
ocratic presidential candidate Barack
Obama promises worldclass education
withtaxpayers payingfor it. Andthefederal
government, in dramatic contradiction
with the limited-government intention of
the Constitution, involves itself in health
care, guaranteeing private-sector retire-
ment accounts, disaster relief, welfare, un-
employment compensationbenefits, retire-
ment benefits, etc.
TheFederal ReserveBank, ineffect, prints
money to pay for things that voters demand
but their taxes cannot cover. The pro-
posed bailout of financial institutions en-
ables the Fed to create hundreds of billions
of dollars out of thin air. The cost is greater
inflationastealthtaxonus all.
Government, meanwhile, grows and
grows.
In 1930, before Franklin Delano
Roosevelts NewDeal, taxpayers paidabout
12%of their incometoall threelevels of gov-
ernment state, local and federal. Today
we pay approximately 40% even more if
you attach a value to unfunded mandates,
suchas thoseissuedbyagencies likeOSHA.
So, yes, our recent financial turmoil does
suggest failure a failure to truly practice
capitalism and a failure to accept and be-
lieve in the value, appropriateness and mo-
rality of limited government and maximum
personal responsibility.
L ET T ERS
PERSPECTI VE
IBD Sharpens Polit ical Ax
IBDis nowrunningthe17thpart of The
AudacityOf Socialismseries onBarack
Obamasothat theeditorial boardcanped-
dleits political perspective. Seventeenthin
aseries! This is inadditiontoall theother
anti-Obamaandanti-Democraticparty
musings that takeupfar moreof your news-
paper thanis warrantedfor aninvestment
publication.
This is gettingtobeabsurd, particularlyin
light of thecurrent effort byaRepublican
administrationtosocializemorethana
trilliondollars of baddebt ontotheAmeri-
cantaxpayer. Certainlyyoumust seethe
ironyof this. Next well haveaseries onthe
tax-and-spendDemocrats as our budget
deficit under President Bushreaches
recordlevels duetomismanagement of
wars, taxes andmonetarypolicy.
I donot readanyof thepolitical commen-
taryinIBDbecauseI cant trust it tohave
anylevel of balance. Evenarticles that pa-
radeas factual must bedismissedas untrust-
worthyoncetheytouchuponanythingof a
political nature, becauseIBDhas anaxto
grind. I subscribetoyour publicationfor
investment information; enoughwiththe
useless political trashtalk. Youarewasting
valuableprint spaceinamistakenhopethat
youareactuallyconvertinganyonetoyour
point of view.
Michael Hagey, Bothell, Wash.
Elect ion Tricks From The Lef t
InHowObamaApplies Alinskys Rules
(Editorial, Tuesday) youwrite:
SarahPalinprovedthis inSt. Paul when
sheridiculedhis communityorganizing.
Withinhours, Obamasurrogates whined
about howjust bringingupthephrasewas
racist codefor black.
No, it is codefor communist.
I remember that whenstudyingat the
Universityof (communist) Economics in
Budapest, Hungary(1950-54), oneof the
doctrines of Marxism-Leninismwas that
lying, cheating, etc. areethical andpraise-
worthyif theyadvancethecommunist
cause.
That cametomymindwhenI readthe
Google/Wikipediaentryabout Saul Alin-
sky:
InRules for Radicals (1971), heargued
that themost effectivemeans arewhatever
will achievethedesiredends.
This brings Hungarytomymindagain. In
thefall of 1945, theSmallholders Partywon
theelections withanabsolutemajorityof
59%. Thecommunists learnedtheir lesson.
Theywonthenext elections in1947with
fraudulent absenteeballots.
Electionofficials inthepollingplaces of
thebattlegroundstates onNov. 4shouldbe
advised:
Trytoanticipatethetricks of thecommu-
nityorganizers andtheir lawyers.Andlike
theBoyScouts, beprepared.
Geza Sandor, via e-mail
Ignoring The Fact s
Thereal probleminthis countryareread-
erssuchas GeorgeMiller of Oxnard, Calif.,
whowroteNoUseInPointingFingers
(Letters, Wednesday). Hetries tosaythat
theeconomicwreckis President Bushs
fault. However, IBDhas shownus over and
over that Bushtriedroughly17times tofix
FreddieMacandFannieMae.
Whenpresentedwithfacts, somepeople
pretendtheydont exist. Thatstheproblem
withpeopleinthis country.
Dana L. Singer, Toluca Lake, Calif.
ON THE RI GHT
J
ohn McCain made a dramatic gesture
to solve a problemthat didnt exist. He
pledgedto take politics out of a process
that has been surprisingly bipartisan. And
he tried to scrub a presidential debate that
had nothing to do with negotiations over a
Wall Street bailout that heproposedtosave.
McCainssuddeninterventiononWednes-
dayinWashingtons deliberationsover how
to rescue the economy could not have been
moreout of syncwithwhat wasactuallyhap-
pening.
He lamented that partisan divisions in
Washington have prevented us from ad-
dressing our national challenges, andsom-
berlydeclared:
Nowis our chancetocometogether.
But for days, bipartisanship has been the
rule on both sides of
this argument. Parti-
sanship has been stun-
ningly irrelevant. Re-
publicans and Demo-
crats alike were highly
critical of President
Bushs proposal to in-
ject $700 billion into
the financial system.
Yet leadersof bothpar-
ties were tryinghardto
negotiate an agree-
ment with Treasury Secretary Henry Paul-
son.
HouseSpeaker NancyPelosi andMinority
Leader John Boehner normally fight about
everything. But onWednesdaytheyissueda
joint statement notingthat workinginabi-
partisan manner, we have made progress.
Pelosi and Boehner have been models of bi-
partisanship without any intervention by
McCain.
Andif McCainhadactuallybeenfollowing
the negotiations closely, he would have
knownthat therehavebeentimes this week
when Senate Democrats worried that Rep.
Barney Frank, D-Mass., the chairmanof the
House Financial Services Committee, was
too chummy withPaulsonandtoo eager for
a deal. Senate Democrats put out their own
proposal partly to make sure their concerns
weretakenintoaccount.
Frankdidnot needMcCaintomakehimbi-
partisan, and he grumbled about Thurs-
days White House meeting that included
McCain and Barack Obama as a mere
photoop.
Bushs address to the nation included un-
characteristic concessions to his critics on
the bailout bill. He said he wanted to en-
sure that taxpayers are protected, which,
one hopes, means they will get shares inthe
companies they rescue. He endorsed over-
sight mechanismshisadministrationsorigi-
nal proposal lacked, andsignaledthat heac-
cepted an idea his negotiators had resisted
fiercely: limiting what the financial titans
whogot us intothis mess couldpocket from
this enormouspackage.
If you doubt that McCains moves were
about rescuing his candidacy rather than
our economy, consider howhis proposal to
suspend the presidential campaign came
about.
McCain had just gotten off a phone call
with Obama on Wednesday in which they
discussed a joint statement of principles
and McCain broached the idea of suspend-
ing the campaign. Obama said hed think
about it, but McCain didnt give him time.
To Obamas surprise, McCain appeared on
television shortly after the conversation to
announce his unilateral pause incampaign-
ing and a call for postponing Fridays de-
bate. This is bipartisanship?
As for Thursdays White House meeting,
Bushs lieutenants had been in discussions
with McCains people during the day on
Wednesday. Obama didnt get his invitation
from the president until around 7:30 p.m.,
just anhour andahalf beforeBushs speech.
This was an active intervention by Bush on
behalf of McCain to box Obama into the
photoop. Again, was this bipartisan?
Thesimpletruthis that Washingtonis pet-
rified about this crisis and will pass some-
thing. There are dark fears floating through
the city that foreign investors, particularly
the Chinese, might begin to pull their bil-
lions out of our system.
Scarier than the bad mortgages are those
unregulated credit default swaps that the
financier George Soros has been warning
about. Thereare$45trillionof thoseesoter-
icinstruments sloshingaroundtheglobal fi-
nancial system. They were invented as a
hedge against defaults on debts, but even
the financial smart guys dont fully under-
standtheir impact or howto price their real
value.
Fearisaterriblemotivatorforcareful legis-
lating, but its a heck of a way to bring about
a lot of bipartisanship. McCainjumped into
this game inthe fourthquarter. Many of the
players on the field, caked in mud and ex-
hausted but determined as they approach
the goal line, wonder why this new would-
be quarterback has suddenly appeared in
their midst.
McCain could yet play a constructive role
by blessing a deal that is anathema to so
many in his party and easing the political
pain. But his intervention was less a presi-
dential act than the tactical ploy of a man
worriedthat his chances of becomingpresi-
dent might beslippingaway.
McCain Bails
Out Candidacy,
Not Economy
Failure To Be
Real Capitalists
Caused Crisis
ON THE LEFT
FINDINGAWILLINGCHESSPIECEinavisitfromVenezuelanPresidentHugoChavezThursday, RussianPrimeMinisterVladimirPutin
vowedtomakerelationswithLatinAmericaatopforeignpolicypriority, backingitwithaRussiannavaldeploymentsarrivalintheCaribbe-
an. Putin extended $1 billion incredit for weapons to Chavez, and promised to transfer nuclear technology for peaceful purposes. AP
Mark-To-Market Isnt To Blame
For Meltdown That Led To Crisis
E.J.
Di onne Jr.
Lar r y
El der
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-11.7 61 D- 70.2 IS DJ US Consumr Svc IYC 0.7 54.59 0.80 -39
-12.5 61 B- 52.4 IS Russell Mdcp Value IWS 2.3 41.16 0.53 -51
-11.0 61 D- 87.6 IS S&P MC 400 Valu IJJ 2.3 70.82 0.27 31
-14.6 61 D+ 21.8 PS Dyn Large Value PWV 2.4 17.38 0.42 68
-11.5 61 C+ 38.3 Spdr Consmr Discrtnr XLY 1.4 28.95 0.50 -42
1.0 60 D+ 211.8 ProS Ultsht Financial SKF 0.7 100.89 -4.76 -51
0.7 60 C 43.5 PS DB Agricult DBA .. 33.23 0.19 -50
-13.0 60 C+ 28.2 PS Emrg Mkt Sovgn PCY 6.2 23.00 0.75 -52
-12.7 60 B- 60.6 VG Mid-Cap Value VOE 0.1 46.38 0.56 -46
-19.1 60 C 60.8 WT High-Yield Equity DHS 5.6 43.00 0.57 -33
-11.0 59 C+ 92.0 IS S&P Mdcp 400 IJH 1.4 75.63 0.45 17
-11.2 59 C 167.9 Spdr S&P MdCp 400 MDY 1.3 137.79 1.09 -6
-13.7 59 D+ 62.4 VG Cnsmr Discretnry VCR 1.0 45.87 0.81 -70
-12.3 59 C+ 58.3 VG Extended Market VXF 0.0 46.10 0.48 -49
-12.7 59 D- 78.5 VG Small-Cp Growth VBK 0.0 62.27 0.36 104
-28.3 58 C 64.7 IS DJ US Hlth Provider IHF .. 45.36 0.21 -64
-15.7 58 A- 81.4 ProS Ultra Smcap 600 SAA 0.3 50.62 1.02 -5
.. 58 E 62.8 Spdr DB Intl Gv InfPrct WIP 8.6 55.15 0.50 -65
-3.1 58 E 73.0 Spdr S&P O&G Expl XOP 0.5 50.40 0.85 -72
-17.5 58 D- 63.5 WT LargeCap Div DLN 3.2 47.68 1.13 14
-17.2 57 D+ 112.3 Fidelity Nasdaq Comp ONEQ 0.5 86.04 1.12 -57
-11.8 57 B+ 108.3 IS Iboxx $ Investop LQD 5.9 92.50 0.40 -12
-13.8 57 B 27.8 IS MSCI Switzerland EWL 3.5 22.41 0.47 -28
-11.1 57 D+ 95.1 IS S&P Mdcp 400 Grw IJK 0.6 79.20 0.70 -31
-15.1 57 B- 51.8 RX S&P 500 Eq Wght RSP 1.8 40.05 -0.04 -25
-14.0 57 C+ 110.0 Spdr DJ Wil SC Grwth DSG 0.6 84.56 1.03 -50
-16.1 57 D- 78.3 VG Total Stock Mkt VTI 1.9 60.91 1.07 28
-1.4 56 E 32.5 FrstTr ISE Rev Nat Gas FCG 0.3 21.93 0.36 -80
-5.7 56 C 89.7 IS DJ US Oil&Explr IEO 0.1 62.70 1.20 -51
-14.1 56 D- 106.0 IS Iboxx Hi Yld Corp HYG 9.2 86.50 -2.26 -23
.. 56 E 59.7 IS MSCI ACWI ACWI .. 44.17 1.02 -72
-20.8 56 B- 78.0 ProS Ultra Russ 2000 UWM 0.4 47.96 0.37 32
-17.7 56 D+ 38.0 PS Cleantech PZD .. 29.37 0.75 127
-18.1 56 C+ 118.0 RX Russell Top 50 XLG 2.6 90.47 1.86 -70
-16.1 56 D+ 48.2 Spdr Lehmn High Yld JNK10.3 40.14 -0.86 18
-16.9 55 C 141.9 DJI Diamonds Trust DIA 2.4 110.16 1.86 7
-14.4 55 C+ 16.2 HT Broadband BDH 0.6 11.95 0.38 -93
-10.9 55 C+ 52.7 IS DJ US Energy Indx IYE 1.1 40.69 0.88 -55
-16.9 55 B- 85.9 IS DJ US Index IYY 1.8 59.43 0.99 -6
-10.8 55 D- 36.7 IS MSCI Canada EWC 0.8 28.66 -0.05 -6
-16.7 55 B- 85.8 IS Russell 1000 Indx IWB 2.0 66.29 1.05 4
-17.4 55 D+ 88.7 IS Russell 1000 Val IWD 3.0 66.28 0.73 11
-16.5 55 C+ 91.2 IS Russell 3000 Indx IWV 1.9 70.49 1.19 191
-16.6 55 C+ 115.1 IS Russell 3000 Val IWW 2.8 86.68 1.33 -66
-18.3 55 B- 73.6 IS S&P 100 Index OEF 2.5 56.19 0.86 67
-16.4 55 B+ 70.1 IS S&P 1500 Indx ISI 2.0 54.42 0.91 406
-16.2 55 D 73.3 IS S&P 500 Grw Indx IVW 1.2 58.52 0.43 -31
-17.4 55 C+ 157.8 IS S&P 500 Index IVV 2.1 121.15 1.75 19
-15.7 55 D- 67.4 VG Growth VUG 1.0 54.38 0.78 -7
-16.7 55 D+ 70.5 VG Large-Cap VV 2.1 54.70 1.11 56
-18.0 55 B- 74.7 VG Value VTV 3.3 54.44 1.27 -24
-2.4 54 D- 73.2 Brcly Ipath DJ AIG Cm DJP .. 54.87 0.28 35
-17.5 54 C+ 26.8 Clymr S&P Globl Watr CGW 0.5 21.36 0.35 -61
-24.5 54 C 62.0 MV Glb Alt Engy GEX .. 45.29 1.16 -46
-17.3 54 B 157.5 Spdr S&P 500 SPY 2.3 120.98 2.05 3
-16.2 53 D- 142.3 HT Utilities UTH 3.1 114.14 3.04 -74
-14.2 53 D+ 92.0 IS Mstar Mid Core JKG 1.1 70.86 0.83 -34
-17.0 53 B- 63.9 IS Russell 1000 Grwth IWF 1.1 50.42 0.60 -10
-17.2 53 E 52.0 IS Russell 3000 Grwth IWZ 3.4 41.00 0.57 -70
-15.5 53 D+ 113.0 IS Russell Mdcp Indx IWR 1.5 87.44 1.18 -18
-19.1 53 C+ 84.3 IS S&P 500 Value Indx IVE 3.1 61.81 0.90 15
-17.6 53 B- 19.5 PS Dyn Lrg Gr PWB .. 15.45 0.20 -23
-18.7 53 B- 53.5 PS Dyn Market PWC 1.1 42.16 0.64 19
-19.0 53 B- 63.6 PS FTSE Rafi US PRF 2.0 47.09 0.90 -69
-20.1 53 C 27.4 PS Listed Priv Eq PSP 8.5 17.61 0.30 -56
-19.0 53 D- 55.1 PS QQQ Trust QQQQ 0.3 41.50 0.65 -23
-10.4 53 C 132.7 VG Energy VDE 0.9 101.74 2.13 -68
-19.5 53 D 64.8 VG Info Tech VGT 0.4 48.42 0.85 -17
.. 52 D- 60.0 IS MSCI Israel Cap EIS .. 44.96 0.78 -78
-13.8 52 C+ 58.8 WT Emg Mkt Hi Yld Eq DEM 1.1 45.46 1.40 -50
-18.2 51 D- 25.3 FrstTr DB Stratg Value FDV 1.3 19.78 0.00 -46
-22.4 51 D+ 73.0 IS DJ US Aerospace ITA 0.6 52.71 0.24 14
-26.2 51 C 128.6 IS DJ US Finl Svcs IYG 3.6 75.43 1.82 -65
-17.8 51 C+ 78.0 IS DJ US Industrial IYJ 1.5 59.82 1.02 52
-20.4 51 D- 67.3 IS DJ US Tech Indx IYW 0.3 49.70 1.04 -10
-18.0 51 D- 75.7 IS Mstar Large Growth JKE 0.6 58.60 1.11 78
-20.3 51 D- 86.1 IS S&P Glb 100 Indx IOO 3.6 64.50 1.69 -28
-14.0 51 E 54.6 IS S&P Glb Energy IXC 2.0 40.69 1.11 1
-19.6 51 D- 64.1 IS S&P GSTI Tech IGM 0.3 47.90 0.79 -66
-15.5 51 D 64.5 IS S&P/Topix 150 ITF 2.0 49.30 0.71 -34
-10.0 51 E 32.3 PS Dyn Enrgy ExplPrd PXE .. 22.84 0.54 -73
-23.5 51 A- 63.9 VG Financials VFH 3.3 40.29 0.73 -47
-17.8 51 C+ 79.3 VG Industrials VIS 1.6 60.11 0.94 -32
-17.1 51 D- 82.8 VG Mid-Cap VO 0.0 62.66 0.64 -13
-17.7 51 E 91.8 VG Utilities VPU 3.4 72.12 1.67 -87
-12.8 51 B 41.4 WT Intl Energy DKA 1.8 29.68 0.98 -61
-16.0 50 B- 14.7 IS MSCI Japan EWJ 1.0 11.16 0.19 96
-12.6 50 C+ 91.4 Spdr Energy XLE 1.2 69.34 1.45 -37
-23.7 49 D+ 59.5 KBW Insurance KIE 2.1 40.26 1.04 -70
-22.3 49 D+ 24.3 PS Aero & Defense PPA 0.4 17.61 0.19 142
-21.5 49 B- 22.6 PS Intl Divnd Achievrs PID 3.4 16.15 0.28 -14
-20.6 49 C 78.1 WT Intl Div T100 DOO 3.2 55.36 1.44 -13
-24.9 48 B- 115.0 IS DJ US Finl Indx IYF 2.9 70.67 1.39 -71
-18.1 48 D- 106.8 IS DJ US Utilities IDU 2.9 83.86 2.19 -39
-13.2 48 C 64.2 IS MSCI Mexico EWW 2.3 48.62 2.09 55
-21.5 48 D+ 89.9 IS Mstar Large Value JKF 3.7 63.33 0.73 -44
-12.3 48 D 53.2 IS S&P GSSI Nat Res IGE 0.8 39.27 0.50 -56
-19.0 48 C+ 42.0 Spdr Industrial XLI 2.2 31.71 0.26 5
-13.9 48 D- 46.5 Spdr Materials XLB 2.4 35.91 -0.27 -44
-18.5 48 D+ 44.7 Spdr Utilities XLU 3.5 34.52 0.67 -32
-19.7 46 C+ 60.5 IS Russell Mdcp Grw IWP 0.8 45.77 0.22 -30
-21.0 46 D- 70.7 IS S&P Glb Inf Tech IXN 0.8 51.66 0.99 -68
-19.4 46 D- 17.5 NV Eqty Prem Income JPZ12.1 13.22 0.22 11
-4.0 46 D- 28.0 PS DB Base Metal DBB .. 21.02 0.17 45
-21.7 46 D+ 19.4 PS ValLine Timeliness PIV .. 14.61 0.15 -49
-20.6 46 C+ 80.2 Spdr S&P Emg MdEAfr GAF 1.8 56.09 1.29 -66
-15.0 46 B 98.5 VG Materials VAW 1.7 74.75 -0.10 -83
-18.8 46 D- 79.8 VG Pacific VPL 3.0 55.00 0.86 79
-22.5 45 B- 71.8 IS MSCI Spain EWP 4.6 49.30 1.50 22
-22.3 45 C 28.6 Spdr Technology XLK 1.4 20.71 0.36 11
-11.2 44 C+ 81.3 IS DJ US Oil&Equpmt IEZ 0.2 57.17 0.58 -73
-20.4 44 D 104.6 IS Mstar Mid Growth JKH 0.4 79.63 0.77 12
-18.2 44 E 17.6 NV Eqty Prem Opp JSN12.5 13.36 0.26 -14
-22.5 44 B- 25.0 PS Dyn MidCap Grwth PWJ .. 18.81 0.08 542
-16.1 44 C+ 18.7 S&P 500 Covered Call BEP15.5 12.93 0.15 41
-21.3 44 E 52.6 VG Europe Pacific VEA 0.0 37.70 0.74 -17
-22.7 44 C+ 75.7 WT DEFA DWM 1.7 53.64 1.51 18
-20.1 43 D+ 34.8 IS MSCI Australia EWA .. 23.03 0.33 -28
-23.4 42 E 34.5 Bldrs Devlpd Mkts 100 ADRD 2.9 24.15 0.66 -4
.. 42 C+ 30.8 Clymr/Mac Glb SolEng TAN .. 21.69 0.65 -40
-21.9 42 E 83.9 IS MSCI Growth EFG 1.5 60.69 0.92 -39
-24.0 42 D- 82.0 IS MSCI Value Fund EFV 5.5 54.66 1.47 -26
-26.9 42 C+ 94.5 IS S&P Glb Financials IXG 2.3 58.31 1.50 49
-24.7 42 D- 53.2 IS S&P Glb Infrastrctr IGF 2.0 37.94 0.60 -58
-26.5 42 D- 83.1 IS S&P Glb Telecomm IXP 5.0 56.94 1.46 -61
-11.3 42 C 20.7 IS Silver Trust SLV .. 13.03 -0.06 24
-25.2 42 D+ 56.0 Spdr DJ Stoxx 50 FEU 2.0 39.59 1.19 -1
-22.2 42 D+ 45.4 Spdr MSCI ACWI X-US CWI 2.4 32.09 0.52 -10
-11.3 42 C 52.1 Spdr S&P O&G Equip XES 0.4 35.99 0.28 -65
-22.6 42 E 82.1 VG European VGK 4.1 57.90 1.58 58
-22.3 42 C+ 63.7 VG FTSE World X-US VEU 1.1 45.54 0.76 144
-22.1 42 C+ 68.5 VG Mid-Cap Growth VOT .. 50.49 0.52 -42
-25.3 42 C+ 84.5 VG Telecm Svcs VOX 3.5 56.20 1.36 -80
-13.7 41 E 228.8 HT Oil Service OIH 0.4 163.03 1.80 -44
-23.1 41 D+ 86.5 IS MSCI EAFE Indx EFA 4.3 60.39 1.36 13
-24.5 41 E 40.7 IS MSCI France EWQ 8.6 28.70 0.81 -53
-28.6 41 B 36.0 Spdr Financial XLF 3.6 20.67 0.41 -35
-25.4 40 E 20.0 Nasdaq Prem Inc&Gr QQQX13.6 13.60 0.12 -3
-21.6 40 E 17.5 NV Eqty Prem Advntg JLA13.2 12.89 0.20 2
-21.9 40 E 18.0 NV Eqty Prem&Grwth JPG11.5 13.38 0.18 40
-12.2 40 C+ 39.2 PS DB Silver DBS .. 24.39 0.00 -1
-14.1 40 D 34.3 PS Dyn Oil Svcs PXJ .. 23.79 0.28 -36
.. 40 E 30.6 WT Mid East Div GULF .. 20.22 0.20 -49
-22.0 39 D- 68.5 HT Internet HHH 0.0 46.20 0.83 -34
-17.1 39 C+ 89.6 IS DJ US Basic Mtrl IYM 1.5 63.80 0.09 1
-26.7 39 C+ 36.7 IS MSCI Germany EWG 8.8 25.99 0.60 -54
-24.5 39 D- 33.0 IS MSCI Netherlands EWN 6.7 22.63 0.77 -56
-24.4 39 C 76.9 IS MSCI So Africa EZA 5.8 49.15 1.46 11
-25.0 39 C+ 27.4 IS MSCI Untd Kingdm EWU 5.2 18.07 0.33 -37
-24.8 39 C+ 62.5 IS S&P Europe 350 IEV 6.1 42.99 1.02 2
-26.6 39 E 66.0 Spdr DJ Euro Stoxx 50 FEZ 1.3 45.98 1.43 121
-25.3 38 C+ 61.0 IS MSCI Pac Ex-Japn EPP 0.7 38.44 0.12 -4
-16.9 38 D+ 61.6 IS S&P Latin Am 40 ILF 2.5 41.38 1.53 -13
-22.7 38 B- 53.5 ProS Ultra Real Est URE 3.9 26.66 0.33 33
.. 38 C+ 27.3 PS India PIN 0.3 18.36 0.37 -22
.. 38 E 25.9 PS Mena Frntier PMNA .. 19.73 0.04 -86
-17.8 38 E 100.5 Spdr S&P Emg L Amer GML 1.4 66.54 2.99 -32
-21.7 37 C+ 37.6 HT Semiconductors SMH 1.5 25.40 0.65 -15
-28.1 37 D- 42.0 HT Telecom TTH 3.8 27.31 0.82 950
-27.8 37 D- 34.8 IS DJ US Telecom IYZ 2.9 21.32 0.52 -31
-35.9 36 C 31.9 FrstTr Ise ChindiaIndx FNI 1.5 17.75 0.30 -89
-30.2 36 C+ 65.2 IS FTSE EPRA RE X-US IFGL 2.0 33.01 0.66 -87
-26.0 36 C 55.8 IS MSCI Emrg Mkts EEM 2.8 37.05 1.81 68
-28.0 36 E 63.7 IS MSCI EMU Indx EZU 8.5 42.93 0.98 -58
-27.3 36 E 38.5 IS S&P GSTI Network IGN .. 24.75 0.44 -72
-24.2 36 B- 28.5 PS DWATech Leadrs PDP 0.4 20.68 0.31 -69
-23.0 36 D- 19.4 PS Dyn Semicondctrs PSI .. 13.29 0.19 121
-24.6 36 B- 39.9 Spdr S&P Intl Sm Cap GWX 1.2 25.98 0.06 -45
.. 36 C+ 26.3 WT India Earnings EPI .. 17.35 0.34 -63
-23.8 36 C+ 74.6 WT Intl SmallCap Div DLS 2.9 48.94 0.52 60
.. 35 E 26.4 Clymr/BNY MellnFrntr FRN .. 19.30 0.10 -88
-27.7 35 E 36.4 IS MSCI Italy EWI 9.3 23.83 0.63 -55
-29.1 35 C+ 152.0 ProS Ultsht Real Est SRS 0.3 78.50 -1.81 -1
.. 35 E 29.1 PS Glb Wind Engy PWND .. 19.20 0.34 -74
-27.4 35 E 66.1 Spdr DJ Wil Intl Rl Est RWX 4.4 41.36 0.76 121
-21.3 35 E 43.5 WT Intl Basic Material DBN 0.9 29.50 0.47 -71
-30.4 34 E 14.1 IS MSCI Malaysia EWM 4.5 8.86 0.16 -17
-25.5 34 C+ 16.0 IS MSCI Singapore EWS 2.5 10.28 0.07 2
-25.1 34 C 39.0 IS MSCI Sweden EWD11.0 23.01 0.80 -38
-25.3 34 D- 97.7 ProS Ultra Midcap 400 MVV 0.8 58.13 1.13 12
-21.6 33 D 91.1 IS S&P Glb Material MXI 1.8 60.81 0.34 -57
-21.2 33 B- 56.9 MV Gold Miners GDX 2.0 36.12 -1.27 -26
-25.9 33 E 32.0 PS Dyn Dev Intl PFA 1.4 17.59 -0.09 -2
-20.7 33 B- 24.8 PS Financial Preferrd PGF 9.7 15.69 1.00 105
-27.9 33 D 27.2 PS Global Water PIO .. 17.82 0.20 18
-31.7 33 D 104.8 Spdr S&P Emg AsiaPc GMF 1.7 59.61 0.77 -81
-27.4 32 E 60.3 Bldrs Emerg Mkts 50 ADRE 3.0 39.95 1.15 -49
-29.5 31 D- 58.3 Clymr/BNY BRIC EEB 0.6 37.64 1.31 23
-34.6 31 C 73.2 IS FTSE/Xinhua Chna FXI 3.0 37.18 0.98 3
-22.8 31 B- 18.2 IS MSCI Taiwan EWT .. 11.60 0.24 28
.. 31 D+ 54.4 IS MSCI Thailand Inv THD .. 36.04 0.96 389
-28.6 31 D+ 69.5 IS S&P GSTI Smcdct IGW 0.7 42.39 0.60 -56
-38.7 31 C+ 71.6 KBW Capital Markets KCE 1.3 41.02 0.88 -79
-25.8 31 D 66.2 MV Agribusiness MOO .. 42.63 0.40 -31
-34.1 31 C+ 102.8 ProS Ultra Dow 30 DDM 1.9 56.12 1.56 21
-31.5 31 D 35.0 PS Glb Cln Energy PBD .. 21.73 0.14 -20
-37.9 31 D+ 38.9 PS Gld Drg Chna PGJ 2.5 21.26 0.52 -29
-38.8 31 D- 28.8 PS Wh Clean Eng PBW .. 16.96 0.36 13
-34.7 31 C 76.9 RX 2X S&P 500 RSU 1.0 46.17 1.31 140
-2.4 31 E 63.9 US Nat Gas UNG .. 35.37 0.22 -40
-28.8 31 D- 58.9 VG Emrg Mkts VWO 2.6 37.12 1.33 19
-49.2 30 B- 118.0 Brcly Ipath MSCI India INP .. 49.63 1.23 46
-3.2 30 D- 83.6 Brcly Ipth DJ AIG NtGs GAZ .. 45.98 -0.09 -80
-25.7 30 E 18.9 Dow 30 Enh Prem&Inc DPO16.8 11.91 0.87 103
-29.8 30 D+ 36.2 Spdr S&P BRIC 40 BIK 0.5 22.50 1.11 -32
-23.2 29 D+ 102.2 IS MSCI Brazil EWZ 2.0 61.94 3.16 13
-35.6 29 C+ 24.3 IS MSCI Hong Kong EWH 3.5 14.12 0.37 -44
-33.1 29 C 75.0 IS MSCI South Korea EWY 2.8 43.27 1.28 15
-35.1 28 D 101.5 ProS Ultra S&P 500 SSO 1.0 53.75 1.48 109
-25.2 27 D- 50.5 IS S&P US Prefrrd Stk PFF 8.0 31.06 0.92 44
-29.2 27 D- 26.9 PS DWA Dev Mkt Tech PIZ 1.5 17.98 0.28 -54
-38.0 27 D 113.5 Spdr S&P China GXC 1.1 55.71 1.28 -9
.. 26 E 60.3 MV Coal KOL .. 32.80 -0.07 -76
-40.4 25 D- 99.9 HT Retail ROM 0.4 48.17 2.29 21
-42.5 25 D+ 57.0 IS DJ US Broker Indx IAI 0.9 29.41 0.52 -80
-39.4 25 E 122.8 ProS Ultra QQQ QLD .. 60.08 1.49 36
-33.1 25 D- 76.2 Spdr S&P Emg Europe GUR 0.8 47.40 2.23 12
.. 24 E 31.5 FrstTr Glb Wind Enrgy FAN .. 21.71 0.42 -59
-21.5 24 E 96.1 Spdr S&P Metls&Ming XME 1.0 54.29 -0.15 -43
-32.2 22 E 40.9 IS MSCI Austria EWO 2.9 24.99 0.06 -67
-35.8 22 E 28.4 IS MSCI Belgium EWK13.3 15.66 -0.03 -42
-31.9 22 E 45.0 MV Nuclear Engy NLR 8.0 24.25 0.03 -47
-32.3 22 D+ 131.1 ProS Ultra Oil & Gas DIG .. 74.25 2.86 -27
.. 22 E 22.6 PS Preferred PGX 9.2 13.18 0.83 37
-27.9 19 E 114.1 MV Steel SLX 3.2 61.32 1.37 -37
-53.0 18 C+ 63.0 ProS Ultra Financials UYG 2.0 19.54 0.78 7
-36.2 17 E 59.6 MV Russia RSX 0.3 32.48 1.85 -34
-42.7 12 D 112.9 ProS Ultra Basic Mtrl UYM 1.4 54.45 -0.20 -21
-54.0 11 D 92.2 ProS Ultra Semicndc USD 0.7 32.66 0.50 19
ProS Ultrshrt Semiconductor SSG 98 73.2
US Oil Fund Lp USO 77 42.0
PS DB Oil DBO 80 40.4
ProS Ultrashort Industrial SIJ 95 36.7
PS DB Energy DBE 79 36.5
ProS Ultrashort Tech REW 95 35.5
ProS Ultrashort S&P 500 SDS 90 29.7
ProS Ultrashort QQQ QID 93 29.5
PS DB Commodity Index DBC 72 29.5
ProS Ultrashort Dow 30 DXD 89 28.8
ProS Ultra Financials UYG 18 -65.3
ProS Ultra Semiconductor USD 11 -63.0
HT Retail ROM 25 -43.7
ProS Ultra QQQ QLD 25 -43.5
ProS Ultra Real Estate URE 38 -43.0
ProS Ultra S&P 500 SSO 28 -43.0
ProS Ultra Dow 30 DDM 31 -42.4
IS DJ US Broker Index IAI 25 -42.0
ProS Ultra Basic Material UYM 12 -42.0
IS MSCI Belgium EWK 22 -39.9
A US Opps Inv r 7 20.01n +.13
Schwab Funds
$ 34.2 bil 8004354000
C 1000Idx Inv 7 36.00n +.66
C 1000Idx Sel 7 36.01n +.65
C+ Core Equity 6 16.50n +.35
C Div Eq Sel 4 12.86n +.29
C Health Care 6 14.78n +.21
C InstlS&P500 7 9.71n +.18
A Intl Idx Sel 5 19.03n +.36
A Intl Index Inv 5 19.02n +.37
B MktTrck All Eq 6 12.23n +.20
C MTGrwth 5 16.86n +.22
C PremEqtySel 8 10.37n +.20
D+ S&P 500 Inv 7 18.94n +.37
D+ S&P500 Slct 7 19.02n +.37
C SmCap Inv 6 18.11n +.18
C+ SmCap Select 6 18.14n +.19
E Tot Bd Mkt 1 9.04n .04
C TotStkIdxInv 7 21.40n +.36
C TotStkIdxSel 7 21.46n +.37
Security Funds
$ 1.8 bil 8008882461
B+ MidCapVal A 4 29.52 +.27
SEI Portfolios
$ 25.4 bil 8003425734
E CoreFxdInst A 2 9.49n .06
A+ Emrg Mkt A 12 12.15n +.28
E High Yld Bond 4 6.80n .07
B Intl Equity A 9 9.73n +.16
E Intl Fxd Inc A 2 10.50n .03
A IntlEmrgMkt A 6 9.61n ..
D Intmd Muni A 2 10.43n .02
E Larg Cp Val A 5 16.34n +.37
C Lge Cp Gr A 11 19.30n +.26
D+ S&P 500 Idx E 7 33.73n +.64
E SmCp Gr A 10 14.70n +.10
D SmCp Val A 5 15.84n +.18
D TxMgdLgCp A 8 11.54n +.21
Selected Funds
$ 11.1 bil 8002431575
C American D 6 40.03n +.76
C American S 6 39.93 +.76
Seligman Group
$ 6.4 bil 8002212783
A Com&Inf C 12 26.97 +.34
A+ Com&Inf A 11 31.94 +.41
A Glob Tech A 12 15.17 +.18
Sentinel Group
$ 4.1 bil 8002823863
B+ CmmnStk A 8 28.77 +.51
A Small Co A 6 6.72 +.04
B+ Sequoia 0 128.23n +.72
B Sound Shore 7 32.29n +.61
SSGA Funds
$ 7.4 bil 8006477327
Emerg Mkts 13 19.96 +.33
A+ Emerg Mkts 13 19.94n +.33
A Intl Stk Sel 6 11.10n +.16
D+ S&P 500 Idx 7 19.89n +.38
State Frm Asc
$ 5.4 bil 3097662029
B+ Balanced 3 52.67n +.32
B+ Growth 4 53.01n +.79
Stratton Funds
$ 1.0 bil 8006345726
B SmCap Yield 6 45.13n +.54
TCM Funds
$ 550 mil 8005363230
A TCMSmGr 9 26.76 +.17
TCW Funds
$ 6.0 bil 8003863829
E Div Foc 6 9.99n +.19
E Select Eq I 9 16.04n +.18
C+ TotRetBd I 0 9.40n ..
C TotRetBd N 0 9.75n ..
Templeton Instl
$ 9.3 bil 8003218563
A+ Emerg Mkt 11 13.68n +.22
A Foreign Eqty 4 21.58n +.39
TFS Capital
$ 380 mil 8888374446
A+ MktNeutrl 8 13.67n +.01
Third Avenue
$ 14.3 bil 8008808442
B Intl Value 6 15.88n +.08
E Real Est Val 3 22.92n +.25
B SmllCapVal 5 22.39n +.06
E Value 9 46.58n +1.02
Thornburg A
$ 12.0 bil 8008470200
C Core Growth 9 13.97 +.29
A Income Bldr 5 17.66 +.17
A+ Intl Value 6 25.22 +.40
D Ltd Mun Nat 2 13.30 .02
C+ Value 8 29.46 +.53
Thornburg C
$ 4.4 bil 8008470200
A Income Bldr 5 17.67n +.17
A+ Intl Value 6 23.88n +.37
Thornburg I
$ 8.4 bil 8008470200
A+ Intl Value 5 25.77n +.41
B Value 8 29.96n +.54
Thrivent Funds A
$ 6.7 bil 8008474836
D Lrg Cap Stk 7 21.97 +.43
D Mid Cap Stk 10 11.61 +.09
D Muni Bond 3 10.65 .03
A+ ThWhite Intl 7 16.43n +.27
TIAACREF Instl Reti
$ 7.0 bil 8002231200
A Growth&Inc 6 8.58n +.15
A IntlEqtyIdx 6 17.53n +.19
B+ IntlEquity 6 9.52n +.12
B MidCapValue 7 15.41n +.25
TIAACREF Instl Fun
$ 9.1 bil 8002231200
D+ Bond 1 9.73n .04
C Equity Idx 7 9.03n +.16
Growth&Inc 7 10.21 +.18
A IntlEqtyIdx 6 17.28n +.19
A IntlEquity 6 9.28n +.11
D S&P500 Idx 7 13.82n +.26
Tocqueville
$ 1.5 bil 8006973863
A+ Gold 7 36.71 .98
E Torray x 8 29.09n +.39
Touchstone
$ 5.4 bil 8005430407
B Lg Cap Gr A 9 22.18 +.32
A MidCapGrA 9 20.05 +.28
E SandsCapGrI r 11 10.35 +.20
Transamer Prem
$ 1.7 bil 8008927587
C Equity Inv 11 19.83n +.23
Transamerica A
$ 4.1 bil 8882334339
D+ AstAllocGr 7 11.45 +.16
D AstAlMod 6 11.07 +.06
D+ AstAlModGr 7 11.35 +.10
A SmlMidVal 10 16.84 +.09
Transamerica C
$ 4.6 bil 8882334339
D AstAllModGr 6 11.25n +.10
C AstAllocGr 8 11.15n +.15
D AstAlMod 6 10.98n +.06
Transamerica Partner
$ 7.8 bil 8007555801
D Core Bond 3 9.91n .05
D Core Bond 3 11.73n .05
D IAstAllIH 5 8.84n +.05
B IntlEqty 8 7.07n +.11
E Lg Growth 9 5.92n +.08
E Lg Value 8 17.49n +.44
E LgValue 8 9.37n +.24
D+ StkIndex 7 8.06n +.15
D StockIndex 7 9.38n +.18
Turner Funds
$ 2.2 bil 8002246312
A EmergGrowth 9 48.80n +.15
B+ Mid Cap Gr 11 27.67n +.22
A Small Cap Gr 10 27.64n +.28
Tweedy Browne
$ 6.1 bil 8004324789
C Global Value 4 23.80n +.23
UBS Investment Fds
$ 7.8 bil 8007947753
D DynAlpha A 4 9.80 +.12
D+ GlobAlloc A 7 11.56 ..
D GlobAlloc C 7 11.26n ..
D US Lg Eq Y 7 16.09n +.25
UBS Pace P
$ 7.6 bil 8006471568
AltStratInv 6 9.72 +.07
A Intl Eqty 7 14.37 +.21
A+ IntlEmrgMkt 13 16.04 +.40
D+ Lrg Co Gr 10 15.62n +.19
D Lrg Co Val 5 16.08n +.35
C Str Fxd Inc 3 13.27n .10
UMB Scout
$ 4.8 bil 8009962862
B Small Cap 9 14.54n +.06
A Worldwide 5 30.79n +.43
US Glob Inv
$ 4.0 bil 8008738637
A+ East Europe 14 10.87n +.25
A+ GlbGoldMtl 4 13.15 .36
A+ Glob Resourc 17 12.60 ..
A+ WrldMineral 9 17.06 .47
USAA Group
$ 29.4 bil 8005318722
D Aggress Grth 9 29.66n +.37
E BalancStrat 6 12.21 +.10
E CA Bond 4 9.81n .04
A Capital Gr 7 7.09n +.12
D CornerstStr 7 20.66n +.20
A+ Emerging Mkt 12 17.68n +.45
E Growth 11 13.70n +.15
D Growth &Inc 8 13.94n +.19
D Hi Yld Opps 4 7.34n .07
D+ Income 2 11.65n .05
E IncomeStk 4 12.33n +.27
A International 4 22.87n +.39
E IntmTrmBd 3 8.99n .05
A+ Prcs Metals 5 27.86n .73
D+ S&P 500 7 18.19n +.35
D+ S&P500Rwd 7 18.20n +.35
C Sh TermBond 1 8.71n .03
D Tax Ex Intmd 3 12.17n .04
E Tax Ex LT 4 12.36n .03
D+ Tx Ex Sh Trm 1 10.48n ..
E VA Bond 3 10.51n .03
A World Gr 5 17.24n +.35
V W X
VALIC Company
$ 20.9 bil 8004482542
IForeignVal 5 10.28 +.25
IIIntlSmEq 10 13.09 +.08
IIMidVal 8 14.16 +.19
IIntlEq 6 8.28 +.13
IIntlGrowI 7 10.47 +.13
IISocRespbl 6 10.84 +.22
IMidIndex 8 20.63 +.23
ISci&Tech 13 11.52 +.17
ISmallIdx 6 14.95 +.17
IStckIdx 7 30.06 +.58
IUltra 9 9.49 +.13
Value Line
$ 2.7 bil 8002230818
B+ EmergOpps 8 29.46n +.23
A PremierGrow 9 24.50n +.27
Van Eck Funds
$ 1.4 bil 8002212220
A+ Glb Hrd Ast A 13 42.60 +.33
A+ Intl Gold A 5 14.29 .54
Van Kamp A
$ 45.6 bil 8004215666
B+ Amer Val 5 24.13 +.37
B Cap Growth 11 10.24 +.13
E Comstock 4 14.61 +.31
E Corp Bond 7 5.70 .06
A+ Emrg Mkts 12 17.21 +.40
D Enterprise 10 12.47 +.19
D Eqty &Inc 4 7.62 +.09
B+ Glb Franch 2 22.41 +.36
A Glbl Eq All 7 16.23 +.24
E Govt Secs 0 9.31 .02
D Gr &Inc 3 18.15 +.38
E Hi Yld Muni 5 9.47 .04
E Insur Tax Fr 4 15.54 .08
B+ Mid Cap Gr 11 21.65 +.23
E Muni Inc 4 12.67 .05
A Small Gr 8 9.89 +.09
A Sml Cap Val 5 14.44 +.17
E StrMuniInc 5 11.16 .04
E US Mortgage 0 12.16 .02
Van Kamp B
$ 7.0 bil 8004215666
B Cap Growth 11 9.67n +.12
E Comstock 4 14.61n +.31
E Eqty &Inc 4 7.48n +.09
D Gr &Inc 3 18.01n +.38
Van Kamp C
$ 5.2 bil 8004215666
E Comstock 4 14.62n +.31
E Eqty &Inc 4 7.51n +.08
E HiYldMuni 5 9.46n .04
Vanguard Admiral
$ 286 bil 8009972798
D+ 500 Index x 7 111.27n +1.50
C Asset Allocat 7 55.66n +1.05
C+ Balanced Idx x 5 19.61n +.03
D CA IntmTxEx 3 10.46n .03
D CA LngTxEx 3 10.72n .03
A Cap Opps r 9 72.46n +.76
EmgMktStk r 12 30.40n +.86
A+ Energy r 9 131.93n +2.31
C+ Equity Inc x 4 42.98n +.60
A Euro Stk Idx r 7 71.79n +1.38
D Explorer 9 55.95n +.60
B Extnd Mkt Idx 8 34.90n +.33
D FL LngTxEx 4 10.77n .04
B GNMA + 1 10.34n ..
D Growth &Inc 7 43.79n +.93
B Growth Idx 9 27.89n +.40
D HiYld Corp r 3 5.24n .05
D HiYldTxEx 4 9.86n .03
B Hlth Care r 5 53.21n +.77
B InflProSecs x 5 23.86n .48
D Ins LT Tax Ex 4 11.58n .04
B Int Treas 0 11.49n .06
A Intl Growth r 7 61.17n +1.10
D+ Intmd Tax Ex 3 12.74n .03
D IntmdInvGrd 5 8.92n .08
E LgInvGdAdmr 5 8.11n .05
D LT Tax Ex 4 10.43n .03
C+ LT Treas 0 11.55n .03
C Ltd Tax Ex 1 10.72n .01
C Mid Cap Idx 9 77.54n +.92
B Morgan Gr 10 49.31n +.68
D NJ LngTxEx 3 11.09n .03
D NY LngTxEx 4 10.45n .03
D PA LngTxEx 3 10.50n .03
B Pac Stk Idx r 3 67.79n +1.15
A Primecap r 7 68.09n +.86
B REIT Idx r 3 84.45n +1.61
C Sh TmTxEx 0 15.68n .01
B Sh TrmFed 0 10.58n .02
C ShrtInvAdmr 3 10.11n .05
C+ ShTrmBdIdx 1 10.01n .05
B Small Idx 7 29.59n +.31
B ST Treas 0 10.74n .03
C Tot Bd Idx 1 9.91n .04
C TotStk MktIdx 7 29.51n +.52
D+ TxMgd G&I x 7 54.08n +.73
C TxMgdCap r 8 59.00n +1.02
D US Growth 9 43.01n +.62
D Value Idx 5 21.10n +.48
C Wellesley Inc x 448.1
6n .35
B+ Wellington x 6 49.34n +.10
E Windsor 7 40.88n +.90
E Windsor II 5 45.53n +.91
Vanguard Index
$ 251 bil 8006627447
D+ 500 x 7 111.27n +1.52
C Balanced x 5 19.61n +.03
A Devlpd Mkts r 6 10.61n +.20
A+ EmgMktStk r 12 23.07n +.65
A Euro Stk Idx r 7 30.54n +.59
B Extnd Mkt 8 34.85n +.33
B Growth 9 27.89n +.40
C Int Bd 3 10.03n .08
C Int Bd Adm 3 10.03n .08
D LT Bd 4 10.85n .08
C Mid Cap 9 17.08n +.21
B Pac Stk Idx r 3 10.35n +.18
C+ Small Cap 7 29.55n +.30
D Small Cap Val 4 14.62n +.15
B+ Small Grow 9 17.45n +.18
C+ ST Bond 1 10.01n .05
C Tot Bd Mrkt 1 9.91n .04
C Tot St Mkt 7 29.51n +.52
A Total Intl Stk r 7 15.16n +.31
D Value 5 21.10n +.48
Vanguard Instl
$ 153 bil 8006627447
C+ Balanced Idx x 5 19.62n +.04
A Devlpd Mkts r 6 10.52n +.19
A+ EmgMktStk r 12 23.15n +.66
A Euro Stk Idx r 7 30.60n +.59
D+ Index x 7 110.45n +1.49
B Index Ext Mkt 8 34.92n +.33
B Index Gr 9 27.89n +.40
C Index Mid Cp 9 17.14n +.21
C Index Plus x 7 110.45n +1.48
B Index SmCp 7 29.61n +.31
C Index Tot Mkt 1 9.91n .04
D Index Value 5 21.10n +.48
B InflaProtec x 5 9.72n .19
B Pac Stk Idx r 3 10.37n +.18
B REIT Idx r 3 13.07n +.25
B+ SmCp Gr Idx 9 17.50n +.18
D SmCapVal Idx 4 14.67n +.15
StrcLgEqPls 7 46.72n +.90
C Tot Stk Idx 7 29.51n +.51
C Tot Stk Idx Pls x 726.6
3n +.34
C Totl Bd Idx 1 49.98n .19
C TotStkIdx x 7 26.63n +.34
A TxMgd Intl r 6 12.06n +.23
Vanguard Signal
$ 46.0 bil 8006627447
500 Index x 7 91.91n +1.24
Bal Index x 5 19.40n +.03
ExtndMktIdx 8 29.99n +.28
Growth Idx 9 25.83n +.38
Int Bd Sig 3 10.03n .08
Mid Cap Idx 9 24.48n +.29
Reit Idx r .. no quote
Small Idx 7 26.67n +.27
ST Bond Idx 1 10.01n .05
TotBdMktIdx 1 9.91n .04
TotStMktIdx 7 28.48n +.50
Val Idx 5 21.96n +.50
Vanguard Funds
$ 368 bil 8008514999
C Asset Alloc 7 24.78n +.46
D CA IntmTxEx 3 10.46n .03
D CA LngTxEx 3 10.72n .03
A Cap Opport r 9 31.34n +.33
A Convert Secs x 10 11.62n .07
D Div Eq Inv 8 19.51n +.33
A Dividend Gr 4 13.87n +.27
A+ Energy r 9 70.22n +1.23
C+ Equity Inc x 4 20.51n +.30
D Explorer 9 60.03n +.64
B+ Global Eq 9 17.85n +.37
B GNMA + 1 10.34n ..
D Growth &Inc 7 26.81n +.57
C Growth Equity 10 10.00n +.11
B Health Care r 5 126.03n +1.83
D HiYld Corp r 3 5.24n .05
D HiYldTxEx 4 9.86n .03
B Inflation Prot x 5 12.15n .24
D Insur LT Tx Ex 4 11.58n .04
D IntInvGdInv 5 8.92n .08
B Intl Explor r 9 13.59n +.16
A Intl Growth r 7 19.20n +.35
A Intl Value r 6 33.01n +.73
D Intmd Tax Ex 3 12.74n .03
B Intmd Treas 0 11.49n .06
C+ Life Consv Gr x 5 15.31n ..
B Life Growth 6 21.03n +.34
C Life Income x 4 13.19n .08
C+ Life Mod Gr 5 18.49n +.22
D LT Tax Ex 4 10.43n .03
C LT Treas 0 11.55n .03
C Ltd TmTx Ex 1 10.72n .01
E LTInvGrdInv 5 8.11n .05
D MA Tx Exem 3 9.63n .03
A+ Metals&Mine r 15 25.00n .02
B+ MidCapGr A 8 15.32n +.16
B Morgan Gr 10 15.88n +.22
D NY LngTxEx 4 10.45n .03
D OH LT Tax Ex 3 11.28n .03
D PA LngTxEx 3 10.50n .03
A Primecap r 7 65.56n +.83
B+ PrmcpCorInv r 7 11.91n +.13
B REIT Idx r 3 19.79n +.37
E Select Val r 6 16.00n +.23
C ST Corp 3 10.11n .05
B ST Federal 0 10.58n .02
D+ ST Tax Exempt 0 15.68n .01
B ST Treas 0 10.74n .03
C Star 5 18.20n +.17
E Strategic Eq 9 17.22n +.19
C TargRet2005 4 11.23n +.07
TargRet2010 4 21.01n +.17
C TargRet2015 5 11.68n +.12
TargRet2020 5 20.69n +.25
C TargRet2025 6 11.91n +.16
TargRet2030 6 20.40n +.31
C+ TargRet2035 6 12.39n +.20
TargRet2040 6 20.15n +.32
B TargRet2045 6 12.80n +.20
C+ TargRetInc x 4 10.37n .07
B TxMd SmCp r 5 24.41n +.25
C TxMgd Bal x 6 18.37n .01
D+ TxMgd G&I x 7 26.31n +.35
A TxMgd Intl r 6 12.04n +.22
C TxMgdCap r 8 29.30n +.51
D US Growth 9 16.59n +.24
E US Value 5 11.01n +.24
C Wellesley Inc x 419.8
8n .14
B+ Wellington x 6 28.57n +.07
E Windsor 7 12.11n +.26
E Windsor II 5 25.64n +.50
Vantagepoint
$ 16.4 bil 8006697400
C Aggr Opportun 8 9.38n +.10
D+ Asset Alloc 7 7.10n +.13
C CrBdIdxI 1 9.65n .04
D Equity Inc 7 8.23n +.14
D+ Growth 10 8.37n +.11
D Growth &Inc 8 8.68n +.15
A International 6 9.41n +.12
C MdlPtf TradGr 5 21.45n +.15
C+ MP AllEqGr 8 20.30n +.26
C MP CnsrvGr 4 22.83n +.10
C+ MP LngTmGr 6 21.02n +.20
Victory Funds
$ 7.0 bil 8005393863
A Divers Stk R 9 15.19n +.27
A DiversStk A 9 15.33 +.27
A DiversStk I 9 10.72n +.20
A Estblsh Val R 8 22.61n +.25
A SmCo Oppo A 6 25.79 +.21
A Spec Val A 11 14.90 +.11
Waddell&Rd Adv
$ 21.4 bil 8003665465
B+ AccumA 9 7.26 +.10
A+ AssetStr A 7 10.84 +.04
D Bond A 0 5.92 .02
A Core Inv A 8 5.27 +.07
D+ High Inc A 2 6.45 .04
A Intl Gr A 6 8.76 +.14
B NewCpt A 5 9.86 +.12
A Sci &Tech A 6 9.73 +.02
A SelDivOppA 6 14.66 +.20
A Vanguard A 8 8.41 +.08
Wasatch
$ 3.3 bil 8005511700
E Core Growth 9 27.61n .03
E SmallCapGr 8 27.70n +.13
Weitz Funds
$ 3.2 bil 8002324161
E Partner Val 3 16.25n +.14
E Value 4 25.40n +.32
Wells Fargo Advtg
$ 15.7 bil 8002228222
A AsiaPac Inv 12 8.56n +.07
A CommonStk Z 5 16.69n +.17
A DiscoverInv 12 19.07n +.17
C GovtSecsInv + 1 10.49 .02
A Growth Inv 8 23.47n +.25
C MidDisc Inv 5 18.14 +.24
C+ Opport Inv 8 32.14n +.37
B+ SmlCapVal Z 7 25.43n +.14
D STMuniBdInv 1 9.61n ..
E UltInc Inv 0 8.48 +.05
D+ UltShMuniInv 0 4.74n ..
D WlthGrowBal 6 10.43 .04
Wells Fargo Advtg A
$ 4.5 bil 8002228222
D Asset Alloc 6 18.09 +.27
B+ Sml Cap Val 7 25.06 +.14
Wells Fargo Advtg Ad
$ 12.8 bil 8002228222
B CapitalGrow 13 15.68 +.27
D Divers Eq 7 28.90n +.49
E Divers Sml 6 10.80n +.10
D Growth Bal 6 24.08n +.31
D Index 7 46.49n +.90
E Lg Co Grow 9 44.18n +.72
A+ SmCapOppor 7 29.92n +.18
C TotRetBd Ad 1 11.97n .05
Wells Fargo Advtg I
$ 5.0 bil 8002228222
B Endv Select 12 9.65n +.19
A Growth 8 24.81n +.26
Westcore
$ 2.1 bil 8003922673
D+ Plus Bond 2 10.00n .04
Western Asset
$ 21.1 bil 6268449400
E Core Bond I 3 9.82n .01
E CoreBdFiInt 3 9.82n .01
E CorePlBdInt 2 9.30n .01
E CorePlusBdI 2 9.30n .01
D HiYld I 4 8.53n .08
B InflPlsBd I 4 9.89n .05
D+ IntermdBd 4 9.53n .06
William Blair I
$ 6.8 bil 8006352886
A Growth 7 10.48n +.10
A InstIntlGr 10 13.46n +.15
A Intl Growth 10 20.78n +.23
William Blair N
$ 4.4 bil 8006352886
A Intl Growth 10 20.39n +.22
Wilmington
$ 2.4 bil 8003369970
A MltMgrIntlI 8 7.10n +.12
A+ MltMgRlAstI 4 16.01n ..
World Funds
$ 975 mil 8005279525
A+ EpocIntlSmI 11 16.71n +.06
TOP 10
Mantech Intl MANT 25 B 91 97 21 58.78 0.07 Neuberger BermGen A+ 1.2
NCI Inc Cl A NCIT 26 A 88 98 35 27.80 +0.24 Tfs Market Neutral A+ 0.5
Ness Technologies NSTC 12 B 94 91 37 11.54 0.40 Brazos Micro Cap Y A 1.9 N
Norfolk Southern NSC 17 B 85 94 17 67.87 2.49 Amer Century Herit A+ 1.8 +
BalchemCorp BCPC 29 B 86 94 +1 27.95 1.55 Tfs Market Neutral A+ 0.0 +
Stepan SCL 22 B 87 98 51 53.65 4.17 Tfs Market Neutral A+ 0.3 +
MasTec MTZ 19 A 86 96 34 13.68 1.13 Heartland Select V A 3.5 +
National Presto In NPK 12 B 90 96 +20 76.33 1.10 Gamco Westwood MigA 0.1 +
Wabtec WAB 22 B 93 97 35 53.38 1.29 Keeley Small Cap V A+ 1.3 +
Cybersource CYBS 31 B 99 90 +4 17.34 1.20 Tfs Market Neutral A+ 0.0 +
Ezcorp Cl A EZPW 15 B 98 96 34 16.38 0.16 Pacific Advisors S A+ 4.9 +
Interwoven Inc IWOV 21 A 92 86 +47 13.99 1.01 Wells Fargo Advt S A+ 0.8 +
Websense WBSN 19 A 96 97 +26 23.99 +0.01 Amer Century NewO A 1.6 N
BioMed Realty Tr BMR 34 C 91 87 +35 26.50 1.77 Loomis Sayles SmC A 0.8 N
Tanger Factory Out SKT 43 A 92 88 28 42.25 2.56 CgmRealty Fund A+ 0.0
Buffalo Wild Wings BWLD 32 A 95 99 15 40.74 2.19 Tfs Market Neutral A+ 0.0
McDonalds MCD 19 B 90 87 +5 62.27 1.71 Blackrock Glb Grow A+ 2.3
IIVI IIVI 25 A 94 93 32 41.03 2.81 Lord Abbett Dvlpng A 1.0 +
PS S World Medica PSSI 22 A 87 90 5 19.98 0.39 Wells Fargo Advt S A+ 1.6 +
I P GPhotonics Co IPGP 27 A 94 85 15 20.02 1.48 Wells Fargo Advt S A+ 0.4
Snap On SNA 15 B 89 90 +36 56.80 1.64 Harbor Mid Cap Gro A 2.0 +
Lufkin Industries LUFK 16 A 87 95 40 82.23 1.94 Keeley Small Cap V A+ 0.9 +
Healthspring Inc HS 11 A 94 96 26 21.51 +0.56 Natixis Vaughan Ne A 1.6 +
Spartan Stores Inc SPTN 15 B 86 85 +15 23.96 0.04 Boston Co Small Ca B+ 0.3 N
Greif Inc Cl A GEF 18 B 95 88 +21 69.62 1.13 Icon Materials A+ 2.7
Parametric Tech PMTC 15 B 93 86 14 18.78 0.48 Eaton V Tax Mgd Sm A+ 1.9
Hub Group Cl A HUBG 24 B 90 94 46 38.99 2.76 Neuberger BermGen A+ 1.0 +
PetMed Express Inc PETS 18 B 91 93 40 15.15 0.58 American Smallcap A 0.4 +
LaBarge Inc LB 17 B 92 92 +46 15.32 0.43 Tfs Market Neutral A+ 0.1 +
Weekly Review September 22 - September 26
Continued from page A7
All stocks above $10, within 15% of 12-month high, Earnings Per Share (EPS) Rat-
ing and Relative Price Strength (RS) Rating of 85 or more and average daily volume
of 10,000 or more are shown in order of Industry Group Relative Strength Rating.
Vol %Change is this weeks daily average compared with 50-day average. Stocks up
1 point or more with volume up at least 50% are boldfaced. Mutual fund data
include U.S. stock funds, their 36-Month Performance Rating and % of fund in the
stock. 0.0 = less than 0.1%, (+) added, () reduced, (N) new in latest report.
15 Ups
Analogic Corp ALOG Medical-Systems/Eqp 56.74 r0.55 vs 0.48 +14.6` 5.2 117 +26` 57 49
Authentidate Hldg ADAT Internet-Software .42 0.08 vs0.11 .. .. 1.7 +27 28 34
Chattem CHTT Cosmetics/Persnl Cre 79.84 1.17 vs 0.90 +30.0` +14 112 +2.7a 89 90
Copart Inc CPRT Comml Svcs-Misc 41.00 0.48 vs 0.40 +20.0a +4.3 206 +34a 88 77
Diamond Foods Inc DMND Food-Msc Prparation 25.12 0.16 vs 0.05 +220` +23 113 +0.6a 69 95
Finish Line Inc Cl A FINL Rtail-Clthing/Shoe 10.46 0.24 vs 0.14 +71.4a +41 353 +3.9` 49 99
Golden Enterprs A GLDC Food-Msc Prparation 1.80 0.10 vs 0.07 +42.9 .. 29.9 +5.1` 30 35
HLS Systems Intl Ltd HOLI Mchnry-Mtl Hdlg 4.75 0.14 vs 0.04 +250 .. 31.9 4.9 18 23
Intergroup Corp INTG Real Estate Oprtions 15.00r0.04 vs 0.67 .. .. 12.8 +13a 23 49
LightPath Tech LPTH Telcom-Fibr Optcs 1.35 0.21 vs0.29 .. .. 2.4 +4.4 4 25
McCormick & Co MKC Food-Msc Prparation 38.70 0.50 vs 0.45 +11.1a +4.2 782 +9.1a 69 82
Research In Motion RIMM Telecom-Wirlss Eqp 97.53 0.86 vs 0.50 +72.0a 1.1 2577 +88a 99 48
Synnex Corp SNX Rtail/Whlslecmp/Cll 20.64 0.66 vs 0.46 +43.5` +14 2046 +16` 80 63
Tibco Software TIBX Comptr Sftwr-Entr 6.79 0.11 vs 0.06 +83.3 +38 162 +20` 75 59
Vail Resorts MTN Leisure-Services 38.15r0.26 vs 0.85 .. .. 271 +180` 86 36
14 Downs
Aehr Test Sys AEHR Elec-Semicndctr Eqp 3.39 0.12 vs 0.12 0.0 40 9.7 +27a 73 6
Ameron Intl Corp AMN Bldg-Cnstr Prds/Msc 72.02 1.63 vs 1.69 3.5 15 170 +3.1` 67 20
C R A International CRAI Cmml Svcs-Cnsltng 27.36 0.32 vs 0.72 55.6 64 111 11 65 21
Christopher & Banks CBK Rtail-Clthing/Shoe 8.66 0.04 vs 0.13 69.2 +100 132 6.7 38 45
Discover Finl Svcs DFS Fnancial Srvcs-Misc 14.82 0.37 vs 0.51 27.4 +2.8 1557 +5.3 42 72
Media Sciences Intl MSII Comptr-Prphrl Eqp 1.60 0.03 vs0.02 .. .. 5.7 +2.5a 11 9
P H C Inc Cl A PHC Mdcal-Outpnt/Hm Cr 2.40 0.01 vs 0.04 75.0 67 12.8 0.2 61 55
Phazar ANTP Telecom-Wirlss Eqp 2.87 0.04 vs 0.08 50.0 .. 2.0 +8.1a 62 6
Pizza Inn PZZI Retail-Restaurants 2.38 r0.08 vs 0.08 0.0 .. 13.1 +13` 16 65
Rite Aid RAD Retail-Drug Stores .96r0.27 vs 0.10 .. .. 6500 1.1 8 6
Scholastic SCHL Media-Books 26.00 1.13 vs 0.10 .. .. 285 46 32 41
Smart Modular Tech SMOD Elec-Smicondctr Mfg 3.10 0.02 vs 0.15 86.7 50 161 3.0 39 11
Spectrum Control SPEC Elec-Cmpnent/Cntr 7.19 0.18 vs 0.22 18.2 +13 33.1 6.5 56 22
Texas Industs TXI Bldg-Cment/Cncrt 48.37 0.38 vs 0.64 40.6 53 256 2.7 39 27
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INVESTOR' S BUSINESS DAILY FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 26, 2008 B1
BY JONAH KERI
I N VESTO R' S BU SI N ESS D AI LY
Thestockmarket surgedandebbed
Thursday along with the prospects
of the government rescue for finan-
cial firms badmortgageloans.
Although the market wasnt quite
as exuberant compared with its
peak, themajor indexes closedwith
bullish gains in heavier volume.
The NYSE composite and S&P 500
led the way, each surging 2%. The
Dow industrials climbed 1.8%, and
theNasdaqwas up1.4%.
Volume swelled14%onthe NYSE
and 4% on the Nasdaq compared
withWednesdays levels.
Thedays results markedafollow-
through for the market on Day 6 of
an attempted rally in the S&P 500
andNYSEcomposite. Themajorin-
dexes rode a steep decline to new
lows last week, as Wall Streets li-
quidity crisis appliedgrowing pres-
sureonstocks.
Two big up days, three pullback
days and another big up day later,
wevegot aconfirmedrally.
What does this mean for the stock
market?
Note that every bull run in history
has started with a follow-through
day. But not every follow-through
daytriggers abull run.
In this case, were dealing with a
market thats closely tied to news
events, by the week, by the day
evenbythehour.
In the past couple of weeks alone,
weve seen several huge financial
firms teeter onthebrink, withsome
earning government bailouts, oth-
ers getting snapped up via acquisi-
tion, and Lehman Bros. filing for
bankruptcy.
That kind of adherence to daily
headlines creates apotentiallyvola-
tilesituationfor investors, especial-
ly in the final weeks of an election
season. Also, while were now in
what cantechnicallybecalledacon-
firmed rally, there are few leading
stocks worthbuying.
Let the market dictate how you
proceed fromhere. If the major in-
dexesaddmoregainsinhealthyvol-
ume and top-rated stocks start
breaking out and surging forward,
that should boost your confidence
intherallys prospects.
Todays issue of IBD includes the
Your Weekly Review section on
Page A7. In it youll find charts and
details for dozens of highly rated
stocks. Peruse them closely, and
use the best stocks as ammunition
for your watchlist.
Just know that risks exist. The
IBD 100 rose just 0.5% on Thurs-
day. That relatively modest gain
compared with the broad market
underscores how leaders have fall-
en behind lately. Few top-rated
stocks registered strong gains in
higher volume, as shown in todays
Market Pulse.
Indeed, the markets follow-
through was already seeing chal-
lenges after theclose.
BlackBerry maker Research In
Motion
RIMM
saw its stock plunge
13%inearlyafter-hours trading.
RIM reported quarterly earnings
that missedanalysts estimates. The
company also issued a disappoint-
ingforecast.
Dinged by RIM, the Nasdaq 100
was down more than 1% in early
after-hours trading.
Also note that the major indexes
struggledlateinThursdays regular
session. The Dow was up a gaudy
2.8%intraday before paring its gain
to 1.8%. The Nasdaq closed in the
lower half of its intraday trading
range.
That choppyactionreflectedaday
of both hope and uncertainty on
Capitol Hill. Indeed, the fate of the
markets rally rests largely on how
theWall Street rescueplanmoves.
Lawmakers agreedinprinciple on
a $700 billion plan for the financial
industry. But dissent from several
House Republicans kept the deal in
limbo.
President Bush met withcongres-
sional leaders and the two major
presidential candidates late in the
day to discuss the plan. (See story
onPageA1 for details.)
Demand for safe havens briefly
spiked Thursday. The yield on the
three-month Treasury bill dived as
low as 0.35% intraday. It rebound-
edlater, closingat 0.75%.
The yield on the benchmark
10-year note climbed to 3.84%, up
from3.79%lateWednesday.
Elsewhere, the government is re-
portedly working on brokering a
deal to save Washington
Mutual
WM
. The nations largest
thrift sawits stockjumpearlyinthe
dayontalkof abuyout byprivateeq-
uity firms. But WaMu reversed
lateron, tumbling25%.
GE
GE
warnedthat current-quarter
and full-year earnings would fall
short of Wall Street estimates. The
Dowcomponents stockslidat first,
thenbouncedbackfor a4%gain.
November crude oil picked up
$2.29tosettleat $108.02abarrel.
98 89 93 B 36.99 Sybase o SY 32.48 +0.97 1,801 +56
92 89 77 B 119.8 MettlerTole MTD 100.8 +2.60 467 +45
97 82 83 B 101.6 Bard C R BCR 97.00 +1.25 1,078 +40
92 95 73 C+ 120.9 Valmont o VMI 91.83 +1.30 435 +39
84 83 76 B 29.18 Spectra SE 25.71 +1.61 4,667 +27
88 90 76 B+ 53.48 HewlttPk o HPQ 47.70 +0.92 22,046 +24
97 92 91 A 28.39 Gartner IT 24.02 +1.04 889 +19
89 82 80 B 56.26 PhilMor n o PM 51.61 +1.82 10,338 +15
53 67 20 B+ 138.7 Ameron o AMN 72.02 36.1 1,085 +999
47 21 71 B 39.32 SignetJwlrs SIG 23.95 1.29 818 +290
92 69 96 A 60.61 StifelFin o SF 45.44 2.77 1,163 +197
63 86 24 E 106.1 Air Prds o APD 70.98 2.61 5,957 +194
92 90 92 C+ 48.50 AZZ o AZZ 38.40 2.50 564 +145
32 39 27 B 81.88 TexasInds o TXI 48.37 2.46 1,229 +143
66 95 35 C+ 75.98 Cummins o CMI 48.65 4.44 6,471 +118
12 55 6 D 115.6 AllegTch o ATI 34.24 1.04 5,210 +108
83 80 67 C 41.73 YumBrd o YUM 33.83 0.88 7,454 +101
89 96 61 B 53.63 DolbyLab o DLB 36.16 2.30 1,241 +100
56 86 36 D+ 66.25 Vail Resorts o MTN 38.15 2.25 883 +97
22 54 18 C+ 62.83 StarwdHt o HOT 30.70 0.73 7,935 +90
78 82 47 B 59.57 Cadbury n CBY 43.94 0.56 535 +76
40 82 25 C+ 55.99 BorgWrn o BWA 32.32 0.52 2,191 +72
84 87 52 D 99.74 Praxair o PX 77.91 0.69 3,837 +68
53 56 41 B 47.26 Thomson TRI 29.49 1.36 404 +65
42 79 55 B 43.00 ChoicHtl o CHH 27.99 0.95 947 +65
69 89 58 D 95.13 GenDyn o GD 76.74 0.99 4,647 +65
52 51 47 D+ 55.54 BuckeyeP BPL 39.78 0.69 239 +64
60 97 18 C+ 84.51 GenShp o GNK 40.52 1.77 1,870 +58
36 61 15 B 58.74 BrushEMat BW 20.00 1.74 388 +58
62 60 43 B+ 39.60 AlbnyInt AIN 28.30 0.73 432 +54
72 39 85 B+ 73.55 CaptlOne o COF 49.80 2.69 20,442 +48
83 91 32 B 49.02 Coach o COH 25.36 0.53 11,243 +43
58 94 24 C 160.7 PrecCast o PCP 82.68 1.41 2,279 +40
15 45 20 D+ 44.77 Alcoa o AA 24.92 0.70 18,925 +40
81 82 66 B+ 52.49 DuPont o DD 42.61 1.13 9,590 +40
64 95 24 B 50.99 Celanese o CE 30.63 1.53 3,141 +37
17 39 16 C 65.36 OrntExHA o OEH 29.75 1.57 784 +35
70 95 38 B 61.65 Kirby Corp KEX 39.31 1.34 839 +32
73 99 32 D+ 77.40 ArchCoal o ACI 37.66 2.39 10,772 +32
59 71 62 B 52.65 Goldcorp o GG 34.52 2.13 17,087 +29
92 93 52 B+ 40.87 BMC Sftwr o BMC 29.99 1.37 3,437 +29
32 52 37 D 55.14 McGrwH o MHP 34.44 2.69 2,841 +27
82 98 72 D 173.0 CFInds o CF 110.2 4.77 4,590 +23
47 89 18 C 196.0 USSteel o X 89.52 0.58 10,401 +22
46 82 28 D 94.89 Deere o DE 57.76 1.36 6,368 +18
79 84 44 B 88.69 PeabdyEn o BTU 50.18 1.26 11,897 +15
96 89 90 B+ 82.17 Chattem o CHTT 79.84 +1.64 853 +127
99 84 95 A 26.78 SouthsBc SBSI 25.50 +1.49 122 +72
95 71 89 B+ 79.10 Cephalon o CEPH 78.00 +1.48 1,873 +39
91 71 93 A 30.37 PeetsCof PEET 28.47 +0.51 184 +27
95 99 85 B 30.91 LMI Aerospc LMIA 22.16 +0.60 105 +27
96 81 88 B+ 33.83 AmEcol ECOL 28.45 +1.41 217 +14
41 65 21 C 53.99 CRAIntl CRAI 27.36 10.2 1,048 +999
53 86 32 C+ 73.20 WPP WPPGY 44.14 0.69 404 +202
88 76 92 B 46.28 Supertex o SUPX 31.38 1.21 346 +179
88 87 89 B 65.19 NW Pipe NWPX 50.07 5.12 336 +160
66 3 99 C+ 28.29 Sequenm o SQNM 26.98 0.78 4,092 +141
55 26 79 B 35.99 DTSInc DTSI 28.82 1.28 462 +113
69 69 65 D 59.21 Landstar o LSTR 45.13 0.55 1,453 +80
84 76 60 C 44.00 Paychx o PAYX 31.72 0.58 6,087 +74
48 99 10 D+ 131.3 DryShip o DRYS 43.48 1.81 4,904 +69
33 55 17 C+ 36.24 EagleBlk o EGLE 17.58 1.31 1,489 +63
68 92 46 D 55.73 ChartInds o GTLS 31.59 1.60 710 +57
51 99 7 D+ 71.15 TBSIntlA o TBSI 17.55 0.63 1,195 +53
52 75 16 C+ 35.00 Diodes DIOD 18.30 0.65 701 +45
74 90 22 D+ 75.38 CapellaE o CPLA 42.23 0.97 299 +31
73 92 44 E 35.80 Atheros o ATHR 23.01 0.94 2,411 +26
34 17 99 E 62.83 JamesRivr o JRCC 26.47 1.80 4,213 +26
50 67 26 B 78.27 Varian VARI 42.47 0.58 463 +26
27 32 41 B+ 40.00 Scholastic o SCHL 26.00 1.42 486 +24
81 85 49 C+ 28.11 CAInc o CA 20.77 0.58 6,152 +24
99 96 93 B 26.00 NatusMed o BABY 22.03 1.18 487 +17
67 99 12 B 81.17 MercadoL n o MELI 23.63 0.67 778 +16
44 59 25 B 44.10 PanAmSlvr o PAAS 24.41 1.07 1,769 +16
75 96 46 B+ 66.30 FocusMed o FMCN 31.14 1.89 4,237 +16
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EPS Rel Acc 52-Wk Stock Closing Vol Vol%
6 Rnk Str Dis High NYSE Stock Symbol Price Chg (1000s) Chg
Market Makes Follow-Through On Hopes
For Rescue Plan; Stocks Fall After Close
Thursday s act ion:
Market follows through on
prospect of bailout plan
Current out look:
Market in confirmed rally
Leaders up in volume:
Sybase
SY
Gartner
IT
Chattem
CHTT
Cephalon
CEPH
Philip Morris
PM
Leaders down in volume:
AZZ Inc.
AZZ
Northwest Pipe
NWPX
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B2 FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 26, 2008 HOW' S THE MARKET? INVESTORS.COM
FoodConfectionery 17%
MedicalGenetics 7%
UtilityGas Distribution 4%
InternetSoftware 3%
RetailClothing/Shoe 2%
Investment Bankers 2%
FinanceIndex Truckng Fd 1%
FinanceSvings & Loans 1%
BanksSoutheast 1%
BanksNortheast 1%
1 9 24 191 InsuranceBrokers 82 3.0+2.1
2 2 2 174 RetailDiscnt&Vari .. +29.8+1.5
3 1 3 51 MedicalGenetics .. +7.8+1.2
4 21 34 163 Comptr SftwrMdcl 93 5.5+0.6
5 7 20 32 MdcalOutpnt/HmCr 94 +0.7+1.9
6 8 5 56 LeisrTys/Gms/Hbby 84 +13.80.1
7 5 4 26 ElecMilitarySystems 96 +14.5+1.2
8 6 16 73 Comml SvcsSchools 92 +1.40.6
9 31 78 65 Retail/WhlsleFood .. +0.1+0.5
10 10 17 98 RtailClthing/Shoe 86 5.3+2.3
11 11 26 22 Mdical/DntalSrvcs 93 10.9+0.3
12 13 39 153 Retl WhsleBldgPrds 93 +10.8+1.7
13 41 60 126 RetailDrugStores .. +11.3+1.4
14 16 18 25 MedicalProducts 93 5.4+0.5
15 3 6 38 MedicalBiomed/Bth 91 7.0+1.2
16 43 79 117 MdcalNrsngHmes .. 13.80.9
17 25 52 134 Coml SvcsScrty 90 12.1+1.2
18 18 77 158 BldgPaint &Allied 84 +2.9+2.1
19 47121 151 BanksWst/Sthwst 86 15.0+0.4
20 29 80 128 ApprelClthingMfg 82 0.3+2.6
21 20 56 20 MedicalSystems/Eqp 92 13.2 0.0
22 65 93 27 Soap&ClngPreparat .. +3.3 +0.2
23 45 19 58 Comml SvcsMisc 86 13.6 +0.8
24 15 28 160 RtailHmeFrnshngs .. +4.1 +2.8
25 14 9 176 ComptrPrphrl Eqp 84 10.8 +0.2
26 19 43 15 MedicalEthical Drgs 83 11.2 +1.5
27 63 124 140 RetailMisc 90 21.0 +1.0
28 38 8 85 BldgA/C&HeatingP 85 +15.7 0.5
29 78 57 45 Cosmetics/Persnl Cre 86 4.4 +0.8
30 12 1 49 MchnryGenIndstrl 88 2.8 +1.2
31 76 123 108 BanksMidwest 82 7.5 0.1
32 30 11 24 PollutionCntrlSvcs 91 +9.2 +1.5
33 70 98 41 UtilityGasDstribtn 83 2.5 +1.8
34 75 122 123 BanksSoutheast 86 8.1 +1.0
35 22 48 23 MedicalGenercDrgs 88 +7.1 +0.4
36 46 99 68 Invstmnt Bankers 86 35.5 +0.6
37 37 51 72 FoodMscPrparation 88 3.1 +1.1
38 28 32 60 Comptr SftwrEntr 86 23.9 +0.9
39 59 23 86 CmpterTechSrvcs 86 4.6 +1.8
40 88 111 66 BanksNortheast 85 4.0 +0.8
41 48 59 124 FoodConfectionery .. +12.4 0.0
42 36 63 193 CompterNetwrking 87 27.9 +1.2
43 23 10 167 BldgMntnance&S 84 +3.6 +1.4
44 84 157 189 Fincecnsmer/Cml Lns .. 12.9 0.9
45 24 29 21 TransportationRail 94 +24.9 +1.9
46 97 118 164 BldgWoodPrds .. +4.3 +1.8
47 27 22 42 ChemicalsSpecialty 81 10.8 +0.3
48 103 76 157 TelecomEquipment 78 21.8 +0.6
49 44 85 148 Rtail/WhlsleAt/Prts 83 6.9 +1.1
50 89 166 166 BanksSupr Rgional 83 12.4 +1.0
51 98 109 119 HousehldApplncs .. 2.8 +0.2
52 39 46 39 Metal Proc &Fabrica 78 17.3 0.4
53 58 165 14 Oil&GasIntl Expl Pr .. 10.6 +2.4
54 17 7 92 TrnsportationTrck 72 +5.5 1.1
55 60 70 53 MdcalDrg/Dvrsified .. +4.7 +1.3
56 81 73 55 Cmml SvcsCnsltng 89 9.7 2.2
57 34 12 8 EnergyOther 73 15.8 +0.7
58 53 41 3 Oil&GasUSExpl Pro 84 +1.5 +1.6
59 99 106 105 Paper &Paper Produc 84 17.3 +1.2
60 55 14 71 PollutnCntrlEqp 83 6.3 0.5
61 80 36 131 TrnsprttionEqpMfg 71 5.4 +1.2
62 52 65 52 Fnancial SrvcsMisc 82 30.5 +0.8
63 35 40 100 BldgCnstr Prds/Msc 72 9.3 4.4
64 66 102 46 InsrncePrp/Cas/Titl 80 8.2 +0.6
65 33 133 138 Retail/WhlsleJwlry .. 20.3 0.3
66 50 21 64 InternetSoftware 80 12.0 +0.6
67 62 61 113 Cmml SvcsMrkt Rch 85 10.6 +0.9
68 124 158 90 HsholdofficFurnitr .. 22.0 +1.5
69 96 75 179 TelcomFibr Optcs .. 34.0 +2.2
70 61 67 91 FinanceReit .. 4.6 +1.8
71 42 33 159 ElecSmicondctr Mfg 73 29.2 +1.0
72 100 161 161 Rtail WhlsleOffcSup .. 8.3 +2.8
73 91 92 135 RetailRestaurants 81 24.2 +0.5
74 32 44 194 IntrnetNtwrkSltns 72 25.9 +2.0
75 54 42 109 MedcalHospitals .. 6.0 0.0
76 140 144 61 InternetECommerce 84 26.4 +1.8
77 94 47 125 ElecCmpnent/Cntr 81 12.3 +0.6
78 107 149 181 BldgCment/Cncrt .. 10.4 +1.0
79 122 115 76 UtilityElctricPwr 76 17.1 +2.2
80 71 87 188 LeisureProducts 78 18.5 +0.8
81 77 96 30 FnceInvsmnt Mgt 72 15.3 +0.8
82 119 135 44 MdcalWhlsleDrg .. 9.7 +0.1
83 104 130 101 FinancSvings&Lo 81 18.3 +0.3
84 79 72 111 RetailMjr DscChns 76 0.4 +1.6
85 87 53 88 ElecScntific/Msrng 86 14.2 +1.2
86 102 136 180 TelecomServices 74 32.0 +2.0
87 117 58 182 Auto/TrckRplcPrts 64 29.1 +1.0
88 68 152 141 RetailCnsmr Elec .. 26.2 +2.8
89 109 141 144 BldgHandTools .. 7.3 +1.4
90 73 25 87 Oil&GasMchnry/Eq 72 18.1 +0.5
91 49 74 130 InsuranceLife 69 6.3 +1.0
92 129 176 81 MdicalHlthMnt Org .. 34.1 +1.4
93 121 185 190 RetailLeisurePrds .. 25.8 0.1
94 64 38 172 Comml SvcsStffng 80 13.4 +0.6
95 93 108 112 RetailSpr/Mini Mkts 78 15.3 +1.5
96 113 150 145 MediaCble/StlliteTv 71 16.2 +1.7
97 141 101 115 HoushldCnsmer Elc .. 29.5 0.9
98 106 117 84 ApparelShoes&Rel 78 18.1 +3.2
99 128 105 78 UtilityWater Supply 65 6.4 +2.1
100 82 114 63 BldgRsidnt/Comml .. +12.9 +2.3
101 95 112 43 Containers 80 5.7 +2.3
102 72 50 62 BeveragesAlcoholic 74 1.6 +2.5
103 101 146 137 TrnsprttinAirlne 77 33.8 +1.7
104 159 125 9 Oil&GasUSRoyalty .. +9.3 +0.9
105 86 30 59 ElctriclEquipmnt 77 24.9 +0.3
106 26 49 17 MchnryMtl Hdlg .. 7.8 +0.3
107 134 126 89 InternetContent 84 34.5 +1.6
108 150 143 152 ChemicalsPlastics .. 19.7 +0.8
109 67 31 97 TelecomWirlssEqp 73 20.2 +1.1
110 85 35 146 Compter SftwrDsgn 79 13.5 +1.8
111 118 86 143 ElecPrtsDistribtrs .. 13.9 +2.6
112 135 138 185 OfficeSuppliesMfg .. 22.0 +0.9
113 56 107 121 Comptr SftwrScrity 76 24.6 +0.8
114 111 91 106 TransportationSvcs 85 1.1 +0.8
115 160 183 47 InsrnceAcc&Heal .. 20.2 0.7
116 74 66 80 Funeral Svcs&Rel .. 13.5 +0.6
117 116 116 57 Medical/DntalSppls 84 8.0 +0.8
118 149 134 69 Comml SvcsHlthcre .. 18.6 +0.3
119 132 186 183 RetailDprtmnt Strs .. 22.6 +2.0
120 92 104 48 BldgHeavyConstr 61 24.6 +1.0
121 69 68 110 Aerospce/DfnseEqp 82 27.6 +0.9
122 123 142 33 Tobacco .. 4.9 +2.7
123 115 64 107 CmptrIntgrtdSyst 78 17.1 +1.2
124 110 97 139 ElecSemicndctr Eqp .. 32.6 +0.7
125 4 13 116 FoodDairyProducts .. 8.5 +3.2
126 125 131 28 TelecomWirlssSvcs 73 28.5 +3.0
127 108 82 162 LeisreMvies&Rel 50 18.1 +3.6
128 177 159 184 BldgMbile/Mfg&Rv .. 23.3 +2.5
129 133 69 187 InternetIsp .. 22.2 +1.0
130 139 120 29 ChemicalsBasic 71 9.7 +1.0
131 114 62 154 Comml SvcsLeasing 73 12.1 +1.2
132 171 180 118 BanksMoneyCntr 69 20.2 +3.0
133 51 54 12 DvrsifiedOprtions 69 7.6 0.2
134 105 37 40 Oil&GasFieldServic 68 10.0 +0.6
135 90 45 165 MachnryTools&Re .. 15.7 +1.5
136 145 129 178 RetailMail Order&Di .. 19.2 +0.8
137 165 140 13 Oil&GascdnExpl Pro .. +5.9 +1.2
138 127 155 120 Real EstateOprtions 47 12.4 +2.4
139 156 179 129 Consumer ProdMisc .. 27.1 +1.1
140 147 160 122 LeisureServices 50 34.3 0.6
141 112 89 150 Comptr SftwrDsktp .. 22.1 0.0
142 120 119 149 Rtail/Whlslecmp/Cll 64 18.8 +1.2
143 137 128 96 Comptr SftwrFincl .. 20.0 +1.0
144 146 127 93 TrnsprtAir Freight .. 10.2 +0.1
145 153 137 37 FnancIdxTrckngFd .. 13.4 +0.7
146 131 84 175 ComptrDataStrge 60 28.8 0.7
147 138 103 83 ElecMiscProducts .. 30.1 +0.8
148 40 55 142 MediaBooks .. 27.4 1.7
149 155 81 67 Metal PrdsDistribtr .. 12.9 +1.6
150 144 110 2 ChemicalsFertilizers 77 16.5 1.6
151 175 182 132 MediaRadio/Tv 60 33.1 +1.6
152 157 168 50 BvragesSft Drinks .. 25.5 +2.2
153 83 15 156 ElecContract Mfg 61 19.0 +0.1
154 152 156 133 Metal PrdsFstners .. 11.7 0.2
155 181 170 34 Oil&GasIntl Integra 74 25.0 +3.1
156 174 169 170 Comml SvcsPrntng .. 27.4 +1.5
157 57 27 155 ComptrManufctrs .. 27.7 +1.7
158 170 151 7 Agricultural Oprtions .. 11.8 0.7
159 185 192 173 Real EstateDevlpmt .. 24.8 +1.7
160 142 88 103 MediaPeriodicals .. 15.7 +3.6
161 173 188 169 LeisreGamng/Equip 58 46.7 0.2
162 126 94 192 Trucks&PartsHvyD .. 32.7 3.1
163 166 154 168 OfficeEqp&Autom .. 14.4 +1.4
164 143 100 11 Oil&GasDrilling 69 9.2 +1.0
165 163 162 54 Aerospace/Defense .. 18.7 +1.1
166 176 172 95 MediaDiversified 61 31.9 +1.2
167 136 132 74 TransportationShip 53 22.5 0.0
168 164 173 104 Coml SvcsAdvrtsng .. 29.3 0.1
169 130 71 75 Cmptr SftwrEdu .. 21.1 +0.3
170 168 148 19 TelecomSrvcsFrgn 60 24.6 +3.1
171 172 164 36 Oil&GasTrnsprt/Pip 70 23.4 +2.1
172 161 175 171 LeisureHotels&Mot .. 29.0 1.0
173 151 90 16 FoodMeat Products 59 18.4 +1.4
174 148 147 70 Fnancepbl InvFdbnd .. 14.1 +0.6
175 179 171 102 Oil&GasRfing/Mkt .. 35.2 +2.5
176 187 187 114 AutoManufacturers .. 17.1 +1.9
177 178 174 35 BanksForeign 68 25.7 +4.0
178 167 167 82 FinancPbl InvFdeqt .. 25.4 +1.1
179 189 181 94 InsrnceDivrsified .. 36.8 +3.4
180 154 145 147 Auto/TrckOrgnl Eqp 53 30.6 +0.7
181 162 163 127 HousehldHousewrs .. 26.2 +0.8
182 190 177 18 Oil&GasCdnIntgrt .. 13.7 +2.6
183 188 139 10 MchinryCnstr/Mng .. 21.1 0.2
184 180 153 79 Auto/TrckTirs&M .. 23.6 0.6
185 186 195 197 LeisrePhtoEqp/Rel .. 36.7 +4.3
186 158 197 196 FnancMrtg&Rel Svc .. 69.8 1.8
187 197 191 1 Metal OresGld/Silvr 63 22.7 3.0
188 184 178 31 FincPbl InvFdFn .. 30.9 +2.4
189 192 189 77 Oil&GasUSIntgrt .. 26.0 +3.0
190 182 113 99 FoodFlour &Grain .. 20.6 0.7
191 169 95 6 MachineryFarm .. 22.5 0.5
192 195 190 186 MediaNewspapers .. 46.7 +2.9
193 191 193 177 TextileMill/Hsehold .. 48.1 1.3
194 194 184 4 Metal Ores 54 23.0 +0.3
195 183 83 5 SteelProducers 44 22.7 +2.3
196 193 194 136 SteelSpcltyAlloys .. 53.7 +0.4
197 196 196 195 MiningGems .. 49.5 +1.7
0 0 0 0 S&PMidcap400Ind .. 11.6 +1.1
0 0 0 0 S&P500Index .. 17.7 +2.0
1. Med Eq & Sys + 6%
2. Biotechnlgy + 1%
3. Transportatn 6%
4. Const & Hse 7%
5. Consumestpl 9%
6. Chemicals 9%
7. It Services 10%
8. Retailing 10%
9. Envrmt Svcs 12%
10. Consmr Disc 13%
13.17% +12.53% Bank Index 626.71 +19.65 +3.24%:
7.37% : + 6.92% Medical/Healthcare 4217.55 +33.49 +0.80%
8.05% + 5.65% Senior Growth Index 517.65 + 7.15 +1.40%
2.09% : + 2.76% Consumer Index 802.81 + 9.37 +1.18%
13.28% + 1.26% Defensive Index 1138.10 +18.07 +1.61%
7.87% + 1.05% Russell 2000 705.74 + 7.97 +1.14%
5.57% : + 0.76% S&P 600 373.14 + 3.89 +1.05%
16.03% 0.85% U.S. Defense Index 777.07 + 6.52 +0.85%
24.18% 1.15% N.Y.S.E. Finance 6293.31 +164.93 +2.69%:
10.90% 1.29% Value Line Index 2000.84 +25.41 +1.29%
+ 4.22% : 2.64% Dow Jones Trans 4763.44 +48.10 +1.02%
16.91% 3.77% Dow Jones Industrials 11022.06 +196.89 +1.82%
26.63% 5.19% Insurance Index 509.09 +10.81 +2.17%
17.65% 5.76% S&P 500 1209.18 +23.31 +1.97%
17.56% 5.81% Nasdaq OTC Comp 2186.57 +30.89 +1.43%
11.60% 8.23% S&P Midcap 400 758.62 + 8.40 +1.12%
18.61% 8.25% N.Y.S.E. Composite 7927.87 +159.05 +2.05%
14.79% 11.22% HighTech Index 409.14 + 9.87 +2.47%:
15.68% 12.05% Dow Jones Utility 449.01 +12.67 +2.90%:
20.20% 12.94% Amex Composite 1922.87 +37.42 +1.98%
28.50% 18.29% IBD New America Index 288.35 + 1.14 +0.40%
14.22% 19.57% Gold Index 91.05 3.73 3.94%
34.97% 25.08% New Issues Index 398.46 + 0.58 +0.15%
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Thursday. That doesnt mean you should
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The major indexes remain beholden to
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IBD s 197 Indust ry Sub-Group Ranki ngs
Ranked 1 to 197 on 6-month price performance. Days top 10 performers are boldfaced; worst 10 underlined.
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This Wks Wks Mo Industry Comp. Since %
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Market Indexes list sorted by % gain in last 3 months. (: on left, top 4
indexes since Jan. 1 on right, top 4 indexes yesterday.)
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Since 3 Month Yesterdays
Jan 1 % Change Index Value Change % Change
Top 10 Fi del i t y Indust ry
Funds Si nce Jan. 1
INVESTOR'S BUSINESS DAILY SUCCESSFUL INVESTORS READ INVESTOR'S BUSINESS DAILY FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 26, 2008 B3
1. MEDICAL
99 99 87 A B77.4 Celgene CELG.65.05 +.83 22 3.7m 48o
97 98 77 A C+359 IntSurg ISRG.281.5 .93 22 528 61
98 98 72 A C+45.2 Mindray .4 MR.36.48 +.03 74 223 37o
66 70 29 B B 40.0 Abaxis ABAX 19.99 +.81 +8 435 37
95 77 86 A B+61.1 AbbotLa 2.4 ABT 59.33 +.48 4 6.6m 19
71 6 94 E B+20.1 Abiomed ABMD 18.82 +.38 20 319 ..o
82 47 93 C B79.0 AbraxisBn ABII 66.01 +2.44 34 20 99
54 3 89 E C+35.7 AcordaTh ACOR 26.10 +.52 35 520 ..o
32 52 42 D D32.1 AdvMOpt EYE 18.14 +.03 15 809 99o
67 85 38 B C+60.0 Aetna .1 r AET 37.33 +1.28 50 2.3m 10o
43 1 81 D D32.0 Affymax AFFY 18.98 +.48 48 30 ..
55 42 39 B C 59.5 AirMethods AIRM 30.02 +1.05 21 181 17
93 55 96 D B+19.5 AlbanyMlc AMRI 18.04 .02 25 176 48o
99 91 88 A B 178 7Alcon 1.5 ACL 167.7 .89 0 375 27o
94 73 96 D B48.0 AlexionPhr ALXN 42.92 +1.07 55 825 ..o
59 7 70 C B 18.8 Alkermes r ALKS 13.20 +.29 49 847 47o
95 82 76 A B70.4 Allergan .3 AGN 57.43 +1.46 31 1.8m 24o
75 32 93 .. A12.0 AlliancImg AIQ 10.97 +.06 49 138 36
99 95 99 A B46.5 AlmstFam AFAM 41.45 +1.68 38 215 24
85 55 86 D B37.4 AlnylamPh ALNY 30.19 +.84 50 281 ..
85 40 99 D A38.1 Alphrma r ALO 36.64 +.44 +36 2.6m 99o
99 93 90 A B68.0 Amedisys AMED.50.78 +1.63 51 684 18o
70 73 94 E D 13.2 AmerSvcGp r ASGR 10.00 +.11 64 31 99
98 83 93 C B+18.4 AmMedSys AMMD 17.96 +.23 43 597 31
63 77 44 B B41.0 Amerigrp AGP 22.59 .34 +6 673 8o
72 78 61 C C+48.6 AmeriBrg .8 r ABC 38.26 .27 +76 3.0m 13o
93 71 96 B C 66.5 Amgen AMGN 59.93 +1.55 9 12m 13o
75 35 96 E B18.2 Amicusn FOLD 15.02 1.01 4 25 ..
96 77 86 B B 29.8 AmsurgA AMSG 26.83 .14 +26 235 18k
19 5 20 E D+51.1 Amylin AMLN 21.32 +.22 58 2.2m ..
68 57 49 C D+77.6 Analogic .7 ALOG 56.74 +2.98+149 225 25o
97 97 89 A C+21.77AngioDyn ANGO 16.64 +.24 35 123 13
94 87 82 B C+37.7 ApplBio .5 ABI 35.19 +.03 6 1.5m 20o
74 56 54 B D 27.2 ApriaHlth AHG 18.75 +.77 2 420 9o
49 1 84 E C 16.3 ArdeaBion RDEA 13.08 +.67 24 25 ..
70 65 23 A A65.7 Arthrocare r ARTC 30.87 +1.19 84 221 19o
94 82 86 A D+53.0 AstraZen 4.1 AZN 46.31 +.71 12 1.7m 9o
73 18 96 D B+42.8 Auxilium AUXL 35.74 +.15 50 340 ..
60 3 98 D B 19.8 AvantIm AVAN 11.98 +.17 +16 114 ..
97 82 83 A B101 BardCR .7 r BCR.97.00 +1.25 +40 1.1m 23k
91 39 97 B A 68.4 BarrPharm BRL 65.79 +.12 +1 3.7m 23
95 80 88 A C+71.5 BaxterI 1.3 r BAX 66.15 +1.02 3 3.7m 21
88 64 81 B C+77.1 BeckCltr .9 r BEC 72.02 +1.02 8 444 21o
88 83 76 A B93.2 BectDck 1.4 BDX 82.70 +.93 18 1.2m 19o
97 71 88 B A 115 BioRadA BIO.100.5 +1.97 58 48 25
95 77 81 B B35.8 BioRefLabs r BRLI 27.99 .40 24 98 25o
9 3 3 .. E 25.7 Biodeln BIOD 4.59 .27 41 262 ..
88 94 39 A B84.8 BiognIdec BIIB 48.83 +2.11 44 2.9m 15
85 73 55 D A41.0 Biomarin BMRN 26.65 +.85 30 1.9m 99o
49 26 70 D C+18.8 BioMimet BMTI 10.65 +.19 22 98 24
46 55 41 B D 20.1 Biovail 15 r BVF 9.80 +.20 38 460 6o
81 68 81 C B15.3 BostonSci BSX 12.98 +.37 +6 14m 14
77 68 58 A D30.4 BrstMySq 6.0 BMY 20.67 +.06 +12 14m 13o
47 24 51 E A 41.7 Brookda 4.5 r BKD 22.24 .26 62 414 ..
98 90 91 A B 17.2 BrukerCorp BRKR 14.25 +.19 44 386 30o
78 36 91 D C 20.0 CPEXPh CPEX 18.65 .11 83 2 ..
70 43 57 A D+18.7 CaracoPh CPD 13.38 +.01 38 33 14
50 61 58 C D69.0 CardlHth 1.1 CAH 49.44 +.17 +17 2.7m 12o
32 5 70 E D+12.8 Cardiome CRME 8.66 +.16 35 611 ..o
85 73 96 .. D+35.9 CardioNetn BEAT 26.75 +.10 16 166 99
94 52 90 C A17.6 CeleraGrp CRA 15.59 +.22 13 435 99o
84 78 93 C C 28.5 Centene CNC 22.40 +.19 0 542 14k
95 71 89 B B+79.1 Cephalon CEPH 78.00 +1.48 +39 1.9m 20o
89 79 70 B E 69.2 CharlsRvLb CRL 59.35 ... 17 501 20
95 99 56 A C+57.5 ChnMd 1.3 CMED 37.88 +.70 78 166 16o
85 69 62 A D+17.1 CinaSky CSKI 11.74 .12 56 18 7
19 23 18 C D29.2 Chindex CHDX 11.92 +.39 45 130 56
59 72 42 B C+57.0 CIGNA .1 r CI 35.31 +1.58 44 1.6m 8o
38 6 49 E B 28.9 ClincData CLDA 16.24 +.37 +11 64 ..o
35 25 53 C E 40.1 CommtyHlth CYH 29.49 +.19 +35 1.5m 57
52 18 61 D D 22.2 Conceptus CPTS 17.15 +.21 43 255 ..
89 65 94 C C 35.0 Conmed CNMD 32.06 .26 49 152 20
52 53 62 C C+55.9 CooperC .2 COO 35.58 +.76 43 337 16o
66 15 97 .. B 40.0 CougarBn CGRB 33.67 2.47 46 57 ..
98 89 89 A B99 Covance CVD 94.09 +2.74 2 536 32o
45 50 45 B C+63.9 CoventryHt r CVH 34.49 +1.01 40 1.0m 9o
93 58 95 B B 57.0 Covidie 1.2 COV 54.73 +.80 29 2.6m 21o
73 43 74 D C 21.2 Crucell CRXL 16.41 +1.44+205 145 ..o
98 70 99 B B+16.6 Cryolife CRY 14.31 +.20 43 188 34
98 65 92 A A 24.8 CubistPhr CBST 22.50 +.20 43 526 15
78 73 86 E D+29.0 Cyberonics r CYBX 17.33 .01 41 410 99o
82 97 40 A D+45.0 Cynosure CYNO 19.97 .06 50 88 11
94 78 95 C B 53.0 Datascp .8 DSCP 51.48 +.09 +75 200 30
93 73 81 B B 67.4 DaVita r DVA 56.24 +1.07 +8 1.4m 16o
86 80 68 A B+47.8 Dentsup .5 r XRAY 37.91 +.19 60 489 21o
36 30 29 D C+18.7 DrReddys .6 RDY 11.85 +.13 28 206 23
61 17 80 D B 18.8 ev3Inc EVVV 10.84 .31 27 743 ..
99 70 90 B B+67.0 EdwdLfSci r EW 59.21 +.38 31 561 26k
22 39 5 E D37.5 Elan ELN 11.15 +.09 70 4.3m ..o
99 97 99 A B+14.77EmergBio EBS 14.26 +.05 17 217 10o
67 72 36 A D31.7 EndoPhrm r ENDP 20.51 .05 18 1.1m 9o
98 89 97 B B 18.47EnsignG 1.0 ENSG 15.70 +.87+257 243 13
78 38 76 D B+14.9 EnzoBio ENZ 11.29 +.33 52 118 ..
67 13 92 E B 19.6 Eurandn EURX 17.45 +.08 45 83 ..
95 78 88 B D31.7 Exactech EXAC 24.05 .10 17 71 27
96 95 91 C B79.1 ExprsScrpt r ESRX 72.70 .79 52 1.2m 26o
60 73 33 A E 42.8 ForestLabs FRX 28.10 +.14 14 2.8m 7
94 85 71 B C+59.1 FresenMd 1.2 FMS 51.74 +1.25 50 57 19
69 4 93 D B+20.2 GTxInc GTXI 18.27 .07 48 115 ..o
97 88 77 B B 71.8 GenProbe r GPRO 55.00 +.41 9 419 32o
97 84 95 A B99 Genentech r DNA 91.75 +1.35 42 3.5m 29
79 38 93 D C 27.0 Genomic GHDX 23.61 +.39 +27 246 ..
99 80 93 A B+39.87Genoptixn GXDX.33.04 +1.47 44 143 25
98 88 97 C B+29.3 GntvaHlth GTIV 26.82 +.08 50 185 19o
99 86 90 A B+84.0 Genzyme GENZ.80.44 +1.95 20 2.5m 21o
94 88 71 A D57.6 GileadSci r GILD 47.05 +.36 15 8.4m 24
40 54 21 B E 30.8 GivenImg GIVN 12.75 +.16 54 56 37o
79 65 68 A D+54.6 GlaxoSK 4.9 GSK 44.44 +.32 30 1.2m 11o
89 21 97 B A 33.7 Grtbatch GB 25.29 .21 49 155 27
96 74 84 B A67.5 Haemonetic r HAE 60.57 .88 1 288 27
95 71 97 C B 21.0 HangrOrth HGR 17.02 .07 +34 423 21o
25 32 23 B D 55.2 HealthNet r HNT 23.70 +.54 40 1.2m 8o
97 89 77 B B35.3 HlthExt HLEX 27.82 .39 +23 525 26o
83 65 82 .. B+23.0 HlthSouth HLS 19.12 .02 7 696 ..o
99 94 96 B A 22.97HlthSprg HS 21.51 +.61 11 544 11
41 84 5 B E 71.2 Healthwys HWAY 16.56 .59 42 389 12
79 80 68 B C 63.6 HenrySchn HSIC 54.10 +1.06 36 501 19o
74 73 70 D D 12.6 HiTchPhrm HITK 9.70 .15 53 29 ..
60 59 56 D C+43.3 HillRom 1.4 HRC 30.37 +.09 60 257 18o
81 97 29 A C 36.4 Hologic HOLX 19.99 +.28 19 5.1m 16o
75 62 69 A E 44.6 Hospira HSP 39.27 +.64 8 1.1m 17o
56 73 40 B B88.1 Humana r HUM 41.96 +.95 41 1.5m 8o
74 26 90 D B+41.0 ICUMed ICUI 32.04 +1.01 15 136 25k
97 69 97 D A 28.6 IPCn IPCM 26.44 +.18 61 38 99
99 90 94 A B 44.8 IconPLC ICLR.39.02 1.15 5 255 35
92 57 95 D B+15.6 IderaPhm IDRA 14.35 +.40 5 84 ..
98 89 86 A A64.7 IdexxLabs r IDXX 58.02 +.47 +21 523 31
98 69 93 A B 47.9 Illumina ILMN 40.78 .19 54 1.1m 52
87 36 99 B B 68.9 Imclone IMCL 63.81 .14 38 1.5m 48o
97 84 88 A B+40.0 Immucor BLUD 30.88 .14 44 339 30
97 87 82 B A50.0 IntgLfSci IART 47.34 +.14 59 91 30o
57 4 91 E B+20.4 Intermune ITMN 16.64 .38 28 346 ..o
80 74 89 D B 27.8 Invacare .2 IVC 24.92 +.23 31 265 19
66 68 36 B D 65.0 InvrnsMed IMA 30.03 +.17 26 702 19o
95 90 69 A B49.6 Invitrogen IVGN 39.52 +.72 11 1.5m 14o
93 89 85 C C+22.5 IRISIntl r IRIS 17.25 +.09 54 56 36
96 64 92 C A20.2 IsisPhrm ISIS 17.20 +.46 21 960 74o
89 73 83 A C 72.8 JohnsnJn 2.7 JNJ 69.36 +1.17 +7 14m 15
88 49 75 A B+31.5 KVPharmA KVA 23.17 .11 +21 408 13
98 98 89 B B52.0 KendleInt KNDL .46.46 .17 +18 391 25o
95 75 82 B B 38.2 KenseyNsh r KNSY 31.81 +.21 36 98 28k
67 33 94 E C+33.3 KindredHl KND 28.75 +.23 14 353 20
62 89 16 A D65.2 KineticC KCI 30.28 .17 53 590 7
63 31 75 B C 12.6 KingPhar KG 9.88 +.27 1 3.2m 5o
99 72 97 A B+31.4 LHCGroup LHCG 28.72 +.15 52 138 20
92 81 69 A C+80.8 Laboratory r LH 70.56 +.04 29 1.0m 15o
89 65 98 .. B 39.3 LfSciR LSR 36.04 +1.04 +6 51 18
80 73 86 D A35.9 LifepntHos r LPNT 31.56 .86 +8 1.2m 13o
84 69 62 A C 59.8 LillyE 4.0 LLY 46.60 +.26 +62 9.2m 12
92 77 78 A C 37.8 LincareHld LNCR 31.60 +.34 29 678 10
91 37 98 D A 27.0 Luminex LMNX 26.12 +.18 32 264 99o
13 7 19 D E 22.6 MDSInc MDZ 12.27 +.99 +68 433 47
89 88 87 B D+45.17MWIVet MWIV 39.67 +.19 +35 89 25
61 37 76 B C+49.3 MaglnHlth MGLN 40.79 .18 +36 577 17
95 82 86 C B 39.6 MartekBio MATK 33.84 +.87 15 467 32o
98 63 93 A A 42.0 Masimon MASI 37.00 .33 39 396 53o
75 74 67 B B68.4 McKesson .9 r MCK 54.81 +.79 28 1.4m 15o
48 68 57 E D+30.0 Medcath r MDTH 18.98 .05 +60 242 19
90 82 70 C C 54.6 MedcoHlth MHS 44.61 .94 11 3.2m 22o
96 72 95 B B28.0 Medicines MDCO.23.71 +.26 24 784 31o
57 77 22 A D32.2 MedicsPh 1.0 MRX 15.77 +.19 +3 1.1m 9o
70 1 99 .. A 34.4 Medivation MDVN 29.74 +.37 53 277 ..o
97 80 78 A C+58.0 Medtron 1.4 MDT 51.92 .22 +1 7.1m 19o
62 32 49 B A48.0 Mentor 3.0 MNT 26.99 .63 31 505 19o
42 53 26 A D61.6 Merck 4.7 MRK 32.37 +.90 9 16m 9
96 90 75 A C 37.0 MeridBio 1.9 VIVO 29.70 +1.45 8 365 41
98 78 97 C A21.4 MeritMed MMSI 19.97 +.11 53 124 29
83 75 69 B D83.2 Millipore MIL 69.24 .05 +40 1.0m 19o
85 70 88 B A41.2 MolinaHl MOH 31.80 .21 73 66 13
72 36 97 D B20.0 Momenta MNTA 14.81 +.63 21 369 ..
61 12 66 B B 17.3 Mylan MYL 11.99 +.26 35 4.9m 17o
98 58 98 B B+NH MyriadGn MYGN 68.24 +2.42 0 1.3m 67o
72 38 73 C B 55.8 NtlHlt 2.0 NHC 48.99 .23 +24 30 20
99 96 93 B B26.07NatusMed BABY.22.03 1.18 +17 487 38o
99 84 91 B A32.0 Neogen NEOG 28.40 .52 +73 96 33o
95 77 81 B B61.3 Novartis 2.4 NVS 55.28 +.78 33 1.1m 18
77 35 69 B B+16.9 NovenPhm NOVN 11.65 .35 +16 280 14
89 92 43 A C+73.7 NovNrdk 1.2 r NVO 54.62 +1.06 35 170 21
96 73 97 C B 58.9 NuVasive NUVA.51.95 +.47 17 641 99o
98 66 95 A B+53.7 OSIPharmac OSIP 48.89 +1.92 16 870 24o
92 73 80 D A27.5 OSISystem OSIS 24.04 +.55 26 75 33
75 29 95 E A 35.7 Omnicare .3 r OCR 30.21 +.21 41 1.1m 23o
53 48 25 B B 31.1 Omnicell r OMCL 12.97 .37 32 359 14
81 39 72 A A39.1 OmrixBio OMRI 19.30 .34 10 192 27o
87 73 75 C B 61.2 OnyxPhrm ONXX 38.07 +.82 46 798 84o
77 4 99 D A20.2 Osiris OSIR 20.02 +.37 +27 182 ..o
84 84 88 C C+55.0 OwensMin 1.7 OMI 47.89 .40 34 362 21k
68 73 50 E B 16.6 PDLBio PDLI 9.22 +.12 +2 3.0m 29o
94 87 90 C A+21.7 PSSWorld r PSSI 19.98 +.03 +43 1.4m 22
87 80 56 B C+44.6 Pall 1.5 PLL 35.23 +1.12 +36 989 17o
62 34 71 C A31.0 PalmrMd PMTI 13.66 .30 15 194 20
99 90 92 B C 36.2 Parexel PRXL 29.08 +.35 48 412 32
61 76 57 B D+40.1 PattrCos r PDCO 30.15 .08 30 1.1m 17o
88 76 59 A C+72.5 PeditrxMed r PDX 53.46 +2.53 +8 532 17
99 87 94 A A43.1 Perrigo .5 r PRGO.38.21 +.21 21 873 24o
77 67 62 A C 25.7 Pfizer 6.9 PFE 18.64 +.65 +29 58m 8
97 79 85 B B 49.4 PhrmPdt .9 r PPDI 43.86 +.47 37 650 29
8 17 3 D E 43.1 PhNetDev PDGI 7.89 +.37 25 517 41o
55 1 96 D B 36.4 Pharmsstn VRUS 20.37 +.36 62 84 ..
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94 86 66 B B 21.2 Quidel QDEL 16.74 .08 57 143 29
82 44 94 D B25.3 Regeneron REGN 21.46 +.49 60 293 ..o
73 55 85 E B 26.2 RehabCare RHB 18.55 +.03 20 85 18
84 87 57 C B26.4 ResCare RSCR 17.88 .07 31 141 12
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27 1 54 E C+28.4 SavientPh SVNT 18.72 +.31 5 1.5m ..o
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57 61 32 B C+30.6 Sepracor SEPR 16.70 +.56 +9 1.7m 10o
66 3 99 E C+NH Sequenm SQNM 26.98 .78+141 4.1m ..o
85 80 50 A C 77.3 ShireLtd .5 SHPGY 50.48 +.70 +22 1.2m 15o
77 99 31 A D19.3 Simceren SCR 9.98 .11+127 138 12
71 73 41 C B38.7 SironaDen SIRO 24.26 .58 38 161 45o
99 94 92 C A17.27SklldHcren SKH.15.78 .18 37 80 18
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99 90 93 A B+29.5 Somanetics r SMTS 23.03 .80 11 147 32o
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89 68 80 B B18.8 SunHlthcr SUNH 14.87 .13 8 378 18
35 36 17 B E 56.8 Surmodics r SRDX 30.39 .14 35 118 32
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97 76 92 B B21.0 USPhyTh USPH 17.89 .10 74 23 21
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33 60 26 B D59.5 UtdhlthG .1 UNH 25.50 +.40 47 5.5m 7
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94 81 68 A B+46.2 VCAAnt WOOF 31.42 +.08 16 459 21o
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75 56 58 A C+19.6 WarnerCh WCRX 15.56 +.13+244 1.8m 12
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68 64 73 D B22.2 Acxiom 1.9 r ACXM 12.76 +.34 44 304 19o
84 78 61 B B 41.9 Adminstf 2.0 r ASF 26.53 +.37 32 215 14
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BY ALAN R. ELLI OTT
I N VESTO R' S BU SI N ESS D AI LY
The construction products group
rose into the 20 top-ranked indus-
tries this week. But its stay was cut
short Thursday by an unexpectedly
weak third-quarter earnings report
fromone of the groups top players,
AmeronInternational
AMN
.
Ameronproducesanarrayof com-
positepipingandmetal-basedprod-
ucts, including oil, chemical and
watertransmissionpipes, windtow-
ers, andlight poles usedinhighway,
airport andsports arena-typeappli-
cations.
ThePasadena, Calif.-basedcompa-
ny on Thursday reported Q3 earn-
ings of $1.63 a share. Thats up 3%
from the adjusted year-ago level,
but 15% below the Thomson Reu-
tersconsensus estimate.
Sales of composite pipe to energy
and chemical-related customers,
andsteel rebar usedinconstruction
remainedstrong, the company said.
But the water transmission and in-
frastructure sides of the business
sagged.
Investorspoundedthestock, send-
ing shares down 33% on the heavi-
est volume trading since the stock
took a 20% dive after its fourth-
quarter 07 report. That drove
shares to their lowest close since
April 07andevisceratedthestocks
base from a consolidation begun in
August.
The building products group
holds few stocks with composite
and EPS Ratings above 80. Among
those, China Architectural Engi-
neering
CAEI
is thinly traded. Acuity
Brands
AYI
generates soft sales
growth and is expected to see a
steep sales and earnings decline in
Q3.
Interfaces
IFSIA
earnings growth
has slowed, and the stock is deep
intoan11-monthcorrection.
BY JOANNE VON ALROTH
I N VESTO R' S BU SI N ESS D AI LY
Stocks rallied at the close Thursday
as government officials neared ap-
proval of afederal bailout plan.
Boththe NYSEcomposite and the
S&P 500 climbed 2%, making
Thursday a follow-through day.
The Dow gained 1.8% and Nasdaq
1.4%.
Volume was slightly higher on
bothexchanges.
Financials led the rally. Thinly
traded Southside Bancshares
SBSI
bounced1.49 to25.50on70%faster
trade, reversingWednesdays loss.
Chattem
CHTT
climbed 1.64 to 79.84
on more than double its average
pace. The personal care product
and supplement maker beat Q3
earnings views by 14%and boosted
its full-year profit guidance above
analyst estimates.
Laboratory equipment maker
Mettler Toledo
MTD
leaped 2.60 to
100.77 in active trade. Its in the
ninth week of a possible base-on-
basestructure.
Cephalon
CEPH
surged 1.48 to 78
afterStanfordResearchstartedcov-
erage witha buy rating. In the sixth
week of a flat base, the drug maker
iscrawlingout of a15-monthconsol-
idation.
Some firms sidestepped the rally.
Ameron International
AMN
tanked,
gapping down 36.12 to 72.02 on
morethan10times averagevolume.
The pipe and chemical maker blew
Q3earnings viewsbynearly15%.
Financial and management con-
sultants CRA International
CRAI
gapped down hard, diving 10.20, or
27%, to 27.36 in huge volume. The
firmreportedQ3 earnings andsales
63%belowanalysts expectations.
Engine maker Cummins
CMI
fell
4.44to48.65inmonster volume, re-
versinglast weeks gains.
Northwest Pipe Company
NWPX
toppled5.12to50.07inheavytrade.
I BD I N DUSTRY TH EM ES N YSE & N ASDAQ
BY KEN HOOVER
I N VESTO R' S BU SI N ESS D AI LY
Hewlett-Packard
HPQ
is involved in
nearly all things related to the per-
sonal computer. Most consumers
knowit best forits PCs, printersand
scanners. But itsalsobigininforma-
tiontechnologyoutsourcing.
Two-thirds of its business comes
fromoverseas.
Among the most important devel-
opments affecting the company re-
cently was its $13.9 billion buy of
EDS. HP shares fell in May when
the purchase was announced as
often happens to an acquiring com-
panybut havesincestabilized.
HPsaidthedeal wouldstrengthen
its services business. Technology
services was already the companys
biggest business segment, at 34%. It
hopes the move will allowit to bet-
tercompeteagainst IBM
IBM
.
This month, HPannounced it will
slash its work force by 24,000 jobs
to streamline the operation of the
combinedcompany.
It is thesecond-largest acquisition
thecompanyhas madefollowingits
purchase of Compaq Computer in
2002.
Hewlett-Packard has a desirable
EPS Stability Rating of 6. Aside
fromadeepslideafter thetechbub-
ble burst, shares have moved main-
lysteadily.
In the latest quarter, the company
reported earnings of 86 cents a
share, up 21% from the year-ago
quarter. Revenuegrew10%.
Forthepast several quarters, reve-
nue growth has ranged from single
digits tothemid-teens.
AnalystssurveyedbyThomsonRe-
uters are forecasting, on average,
$3.61 a share for 2008, a 23% in-
creasefromtheprior year.
Hewlett-Packard has enjoyed five
straight years of earnings growth
withafive-year growthrateof 28%.
Hewlett Hopes
EDS Deal Lifts
Services Unit
37 12 80 B+ Bank of America 34.37 +1.30 60.30 37
48 57 33 B General Electric 25.68 +1.09 104.75 +53
77 67 62 C Pfizer 18.64 +0.65 57.57 +29
18 23 43 B Citigroup 19.41 +0.45 85.36 27
1 23 1 C+ Fannie Mae 1.94 +0.20 470.33 +327
1 11 1 D+ Federal Home Loan 1.86 0.03 334.43 +212
11 23 13 C+ National City Corp 4.99 0.03 51.74 +108
16 23 10 B Wachovia Corp 13.70 0.10 61.56 40
1 23 1 E American Intl Grp 3.02 0.29 309.50 +133
2 23 1 D WAMutual 1.69 0.57 392.12 +226
88 18 Owens Illinois Inc OI 30.77 +4.94 +98
19 83 Videsh Sanchar Ngm TCL 23.75 +3.44 +220
89 43 State Street STT 60.00 +6.90 31
81 20 Mechel OAO ADS MTL 22.00 +2.32 66
79 83 Nike Cl B NKE 65.01 +5.74 +224
32 58 Barclays BCS 29.00 +2.50 +46
48 13 Morgan Stanley MS 27.10 +2.31 13
68 42 Bank Of NY BK 35.44 +2.91 38
23 20 U B S AG UBS 20.14 +1.64 49
44 44 Prudential Plc PUK 21.20 +1.70 45
91 90 TeamInc TISI 36.91 +0.56 64
93 81 Green Mtn Coffee GMCR 37.55 +0.24 59
Ameron Crash
Nixes Building
Groups Gains
St ocks In Bases
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TH E LO N G -TERM I N VESTO R
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29 82 Discovery ComCl B DISBD 25.30 +6.34 76
98 89 GMarket Inc GMKT 24.28 +2.20 +173
50 91 Financial Institutions FISI 19.84 +1.77 +6
43 74 Crucell CRXL 16.41 +1.44 +205
76 77 Calamos Ast Mg A CLMS 20.20 +1.77 25
74 96 Peapack Gladstn Fn PGC 33.00 +2.61 11
78 43 Bankrate RATE 37.69 +2.88 +35
2 93 Amer Woodmark AMWD 26.21 +1.99 29
63 93 V NU S Medical Tech VNUS 20.46 +1.53 32
73 99 Fuel Systems Soltns FSYS 51.87 +3.85 41
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69 68 58 C Microsoft 26.61 +0.89 95.10 +31
86 99 48 C+ Research In Motion 97.53 +0.82 23.70 +22
82 83 78 B Comcast Cl A 19.90 +0.72 22.76 +4
86 81 57 B Cisco 23.48 +0.68 56.95 +12
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97 93 69 C+ Oracle 20.47 +0.52 39.62 +5
36 41 40 C+ Applied Materials 16.02 +0.38 18.97 16
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B4 FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 26, 2008 NYSE STOCKS IN THE NEWS INVESTORS.COM
New Highs
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MEDICAL
Sequenm SQNM 26.98 3
Questcor QCOR 7.05 73
MyriadGn MYGN 68.24 58
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
BANKS
FstbkPRic(n) FBP 11.90 30
First LngIsld FLIC 22.86 72
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UTILITY
Laclede(n) LG 50.16 84
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
SVGS & LN
ESSABp ESSA 13.90 69
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
SEMICNDUCTRS
Trnsmtahrs TMTA 16.08 65
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RETAIL
FootLckr(n) FL 17.59 67
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
INTERNET
Websns WBSN 23.99 96
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
FOOD/ BEV
Wrigly(n) WWY 79.58 71
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
FINANCE
SWSGrp(n) SWS 21.44 78
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
MISC
PShCnsS(a) PSL 25.98
TDX TDX 25.00
MGK MGK 42.70
MGV MGV 40.29
New Lows
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MEDICAL (16)
Hemisphrx(a) 0.36 38
TransThgn 6.18 21
ArrhythmiaR(a) 3.85 22
AmeriBrg(n) 38.26 78
Theragenic(n) 2.85 58
SonicInno 2.24 4
ParPharm(n) 13.15 12
Sepracor 16.70 61
PhrmAth(a) 1.78 55
Advocat 5.12 40
Cepheid 14.24 30
Healthwys 16.56 84
GivenImg 12.75 54
Gentium 2.43 5
PetDRxn 2.50 2
GroupCasaA(n) 28.76 84
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FINANCE (10)
SportsPrpn(a) 9.01 2
FedAgric(n) 4.70 80
HEEqSvcs 9.03 75
UtdRefEn(a) 9.00 2
AsiaSpcSn(a) 8.90 2
SecrtyNtl 2.20 73
Tree.com 5.97 6
AmrtrnsCa 3.24 14
GLGPtrs(n) 5.95 26
LibtyAcqn(a) 8.66 2
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RETAIL (9)
CarrolsR 3.28 48
MortonsR(n) 5.28 43
Benihana 5.10 23
CirctCty(n) 1.44 2
OCharly 9.35 30
AmconDist(a) 26.00 45
Benihana 5.00 23
Dreamsn(a) 0.90 11
ValVision 2.10 1
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TRANSPORT (8)
ParagShpn 10.11 73
SupremeInd(a) 3.55 5
Danaos(n) 17.03 48
DryShip 43.48 99
EagleBlk 17.58 55
TBSIntlA 17.55 99
SafeBulk(n) 13.74 67
ExcelMar(n) 19.73 96
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SEMICNDUCTRS
(8)
Conexant 3.38 73
SemiMfg(n) 1.53 8
Nanomtrcs 2.27 16
TrioTech(a) 4.25 12
Entegris 4.65 45
Photronics 2.60 23
Teradyne(n) 8.15 55
ATMI 18.59 92
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LEISURE (7)
JhnsnOtdrs 13.01 25
StarwdHt(n) 30.70 54
Ricks Cabrt 10.31 66
VCGHld 3.21 28
DollarThty(n) 2.23 23
CKX 6.18 73
SonestaA 20.28 73
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BUSINESS SVC (7)
MDCPtnr A 6.29 15
IHSIncA(n) 47.03 86
MedStaff(n) 1.60 28
ExlSvc 8.64 84
RCMTech 2.13 65
BluPhoenx 3.53 88
StreamG(a) 2.75 2
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TELECOM (6)
HickoryTec 5.97 55
HutchTel(n) 17.26 73
EXFO 3.55 74
KTCorp(n) 17.72 47
TelmxInt(n) 12.10 71
Nortel(n) 2.40 16
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MACHINERY (6)
IntriCon 3.84 28
EXXCl A(a) 2.30 43
ParagonTch(a) 4.84 43
Hubbell A(n) 42.20 82
EXXB(a) 2.75 43
Percptrn 5.85 12
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BANKS (6)
1stConsBnc 9.50 29
LNBBancrp 7.30 49
CarrollBc 8.29 73
OhioLg 4.36 9
LSBCp 12.20 60
TeamFncl 2.43 60
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AUTO&PARTS (6)
TataMot(n) 8.61 65
BorgWrn(n) 32.32 82
Miller Indus(n) 7.63 35
WABCOn(n) 37.28 87
Lear(n) 11.78 22
SpartMt 3.79 99
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SVGS & LN (5)
ElmiraSvgs 8.21 11
IndpdnceFed 3.90 24
ParkvlFinl 17.85 74
NHThrift 9.50 42
NCntlBsh 15.47 36
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COMP SFTWR (5)
Aspyra(a) 0.44 16
RedHat(n) 16.37 88
CatapltCom 4.99 32
Cadence 6.85 31
PhnxTch 8.68 73
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COMP HDWRE (5)
MPCCp(a) 0.10 38
Teradata(n) 19.40 79
Xyratex 11.83 23
BrcdeCm 5.78 94
Hutchinsn 11.48 6
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FOOD/ BEV
PilgrimsPr(n) 3.84 11
TysonA(n) 13.10 4
Cadburyn(n) 43.94 82
MGPIngr 3.62 23
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ENERGY
DejourEgn(a) 0.74 39
ComptonP(n) 6.32 54
OSGAmn(n) 9.67 84
EnrgySol n(n) 13.33 72
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CHEMICALS
Air Prds(n) 70.98 86
CleanDsl n 5.00 11
NovaChm(n) 24.46 84
OMGroup(n) 24.92 64
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UTILITY
ComrceEgy(a) 0.31 23
YorkWtr 13.77 44
Mirant(n) 22.14 25
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MINING
UraniumEn(a) 0.99 14
HorsehdHn 6.10 38
Anooraq(a) 1.25 9
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MEDIA
LibMCapB 14.97 23
LibMCapA 14.02 23
NewFronMed 2.91 38
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ELECTRONICS
ElectroSensr 3.78 76
WnlndElec(a) 1.08 4
Orbotech 9.05 26
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CONSUMER
Chromcrft(a) 1.79 5
CapellaE 42.23 90
CCAInds(a) 5.72 20
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BUILDING
Ameron(n) 72.02 67
AmerBiltrt(a) 4.60 43
FleetwdEnt(n) 1.38 23
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APPAREL
EverGlry(a) 2.15 77
IcahnEnt(n) 38.98 8
FredHolly(a) 0.83 23
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REAL EST
MI Devl(n) 20.12 57
BrkfldPr(n) 16.59 32
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METALS/ STEEL
AllegTch(n) 34.24 55
BrushEMat(n) 20.00 61
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INTERNET
Rediff.com 4.56 5
Tktmstr 12.23 44
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AEROSPACE
CAE(n) 9.21 82
Hexcel(n) 16.16 89
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AGRICULTURE
Deere(n) 57.76 82
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MISC
BlcrkNYIns(n) 12.13
NuGADiv(a) 11.05
FedPMu(n) 12.10
NuTxQltInc(n) 11.59
MBIAMgdDu(n) 10.44
VitroSoci An(n) 3.32 28
DEInvAZMu(n) 11.32
NuCASelQlt(n) 11.37
TDX 25.00
NuvInsTF(a) 11.08
NuPAPrm2(n) 10.41
ClayBondn(a) 48.21
NuPAInvQlt(n) 10.90
NuFLInvQlt(n) 10.76
NuMuniInc(n) 9.74
BlkMunihd2(n) 10.95
BlkNYMuBd(n) 12.42
NuMOPrInc(n) 13.00
BlrkMu2018(n) 14.05
NuNJInvQlt(n) 11.32
BlkFL2020(n) 11.27
iShLeIntG 100.21
NuPremInc(n) 11.57
Eaton(n) 59.49 83
BlkMunyPAI(n) 10.98
PSLgCap(a) 23.55
NuPremInsd(n) 11.22
NuOHDvAdv(a) 11.92
InsuredMuni(n) 11.04
BlkrkNY(a) 10.91
NuDivAdv3(a) 11.75
EVInsMI(a) 10.99
BlkMuBdIt(n) 12.22
BlMunyNYI(n) 10.55
NuVADvAdv(a) 12.93
EatnVPA(a) 11.55
PimcoCAIII(n) 12.24
AllnNtlMu(n) 11.65
NuAZDvAdv(a) 12.07
MktVGam(a) 24.75
MSFrEm 15.96
NuMDDiv2(a) 11.70
iShLeGov 99.18
NuNJDvAdv(a) 11.48
BlMunyIns(n) 10.39
WstAsInfla(n) 14.65
NuPADvAd2(a) 11.14
MktVInt n(a) 100.10
NetsAEX 17.89
EVInsNJ(a) 12.70
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NYSE(n) 5 NewHighs, 77 Lows
NASDAQ 7 NewHighs, 70 Lows
AMEX(a) 1NewHighs, 44 Lows
VARIAN MEDICAL SYSTEMS (VAR) Group 21 o$62.39
99 Comp. Rating 91 EPS RS 96 ROE 33% 119.9M Shares
DEVELOPS ONCOLOGY SYSTEMS/EQUIPMENT USED IN RADIATION THERAPY
AND X-RAY IMAGING COMPONENTS AND SUBSYSTEMS.
+18% Ann. EPS Gro PE 26 Avg. D. Vol 1,698,700 Debt 5%
Last Qtr Eps +45%5 Prior Qtr +17%5 Last Qtr Sales +21%
2 Qtrs EPS )15%
Eps Due 10/24
R&D 6%
Acc/Dis B-
Sup/Demand 76
PERMIAN BASIN RTY TR UBI (PBT) Group 104 o$25.20
81 Comp. Rating 94 EPS RS 96 ROE 0% 46.1M Shares
TRUST HOLDING OVERRIDING ROYALTY INTERESTS IN HIGH-QUALITY PRO-
DUCING OIL/GAS PROPERTIES IN WEST TEXAS.
+9% Ann. EPS Gro PE 15 Avg. Daily Vol 450,100 Debt 0%
Last Qtr Eps +93%5 Prior Qtr +58%5 Last Qtr Sales +90%
2 Qtrs EPS )15%
Eps Due 8/8
Acc/Dis C+
Sup/Demand 66
LACLEDE GROUP INC (LG) Group 33 $50.16
98 Comp. Rating 84 EPS RS 97 ROE 12% 20.4M Shares
HOLDING COMPANY ENGAGED IN THE DISTRIBUTION AND SALE OF NATURAL
GAS TO 630,000 CUSTOMERS PRIMARILY IN MISSOURI.
+9% Ann. EPS Gro PE 18 Avg. Daily Vol 190,100 Debt 83%
Last Qtr Eps +86%5 Prior Qtr +24%5 Last Qtr Sales +24%
2 Qtrs EPS )15%
Eps Due 10/26
Acc/Dis B+
Sup/Demand 63
STANLEY INC (SXE) Group 23 $34.64
99 Comp. Rating 90 EPS RS 91 ROE 17% 15.3M Shares
PROVIDES SYSTEMS ENGINEERING, ENTERPRISE INTEGRATION, AND OPERA-
TIONAL LOGISTICS PRIMARILY FOR THE U.S. GOVERNMENT.
+40% Ann. EPS Gro PE 28 Avg. Daily Vol 222,100 Debt 21%
Last Qtr Eps +52%6 Prior Qtr +65%6 Last Qtr Sales +29%
6 Qtrs EPS )15%
Eps Due 11/1
Acc/Dis A-
Sup/Demand 67
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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
High Stock % Yield Symbl Price Chg Chg 1000 E 6 6666
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
High Stock % Yield Symbl Price Chg Chg 1000 E 6 6666
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
High Stock % Yield Symbl Price Chg Chg 1000 E 6 6666
S W S GROUP INC (SWS) Group 36 $21.44
96 Comp. Rating 78 EPS RS 98 ROE 10% 25.2M Shares
PROVIDES INVESTMENT BANKING/CLEARING SERVICES TO 200 BROKERS,
AND 376 INDEPENDENT ADVISORS AND INDIVIDUAL INVESTORS.
+20% Ann. EPS Gro PE 19 Avg. Daily Vol 290,500 Debt 51%
Last Qtr Eps -7%6 Prior Qtr +14%5 Last Qtr Sales +11%
0 Qtrs EPS )15%
Eps Due 11/5
Acc/Dis A-
Sup/Demand 69
WARNACO GROUP INC (WRC) Group 20 o$49.40
99 Comp. Rating 94 EPS RS 95 ROE 15% 43.3M Shares
MANUFACTURES MEN'S, WOMEN'S AND CHILDREN'S SPORTSWEAR, SWIM-
WEAR AND UNDERWEAR UNDER OWNED AND LICENSED BRANDS.
+45% Ann. EPS Gro PE 18 Avg. D. Vol 1,107,100 Debt 40%
Last Qtr Eps +54%5 Prior Qtr +39%5 Last Qtr Sales +22%
2 Qtrs EPS )15%
Eps Due 11/5
Acc/Dis B-
Sup/Demand 89
Dow Trans. Close 4763.44+48.1 (+1.02%) Since Jan 1, +4.22%
Consumer Close 802.81+9.37 (+1.18%) Since Jan 1, 2.09%
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BedBath AnheuserB Coach eBay Gap
Kohls Lowes ProctGm Starbucks Staples
Target Tiffany Walgrn WalMrt
Healt h Care Close 4217.55+33.49 (+0.8%) Since Jan 1, 7.37%
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Amgen BaxterIntl Biovail CardlHth ExprsScrpt
JohnsnJn Medtronic Pfizer StJudeMed Stryker
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Russell 2000 Close 705.74+7.97 (+1.14%) Since Jan 1, 7.87%
Senior Growt h Close 517.65+7.15 (+1.4%) Since Jan 1, 8.05%
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Amgen ApolloGrpA Citigrp Cisco eBay
EMC Lowes Medtronic 3M Oracle
Pfizer SAP AG Teva UtdAmHlth
Comput er Close 1190.03+22.39 (+1.92%) Since Jan 1, 8.22%
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Adobe Sys AutoData CAInc CheckPtSf ComputrSci
Dell Inc EMC HewlttPk IBM Intuit
SunMicro rs JackHn Micrsft NetApp Oracle
Symantec
S & P 400 Close 758.62+8.4 (+1.12%) Since Jan 1, 11.6%
Banks Close 626.71+19.65 (+3.24%) Since Jan 1, 13.17%
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NorthnTr PNC Finl SVB Fincl StateStr Wachovi
WellsFg ZionBcp
Def ensive Close 1138.1+18.07 (+1.61%) Since Jan 1, 13.28%
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Exelon FPL Grp GenMills HeinzHJ Coca Cola
Kroger Altria Merck NE Util PepsiCo
Pfizer ProctGm Sara Lee SouthnCo Safeway
AT&T UST Wrigly
Gold Close 91.053.73 (3.94%) Since Jan 1, 14.22%
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BarrckGld AgnicoEg ASA AngloAshan GoldFlds
Goldcorp NewmtM
High Tech Close 409.14+9.87 (+2.47%) Since Jan 1, 14.79%
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Nortel Oracle Xilinx
Name Symbol Price EPS
MindrayMedical
MR
, a Chinese de-
veloper of patient-monitoring de-
vices, couldbeforminganewbase.
But its 20%off its high, andbelow
its 50-day and 200-day moving av-
erages.
The midcap company grew earn-
ings 38%, 56% and 55% in the past
three quarters. Sales jumped 51%,
61%and99%during the same peri-
od.
Mutual funds raisedtheir stakeby
28%inQ2. Funds adding shares in-
cludedFidelityContrafund.
The stock has the second-best
EPSRatingof 90stocksintheMedi-
cal-Systems/Equipment industry
group. Paul Whitfield
68 59 68 B D 38.4 Cintas 1.6 CTAS 28.32 .01 +3 1.6m 13o
96 94 89 B C 83.0 CleanHrbr CLHB.68.05 +.24 55 126 26o
34 80 18 B D+28.6 ClearCha CCO 14.25 +.25 20 294 19
78 71 61 C A17.0 Cogent COGT 10.94 .07 16 509 28o
79 98 26 A C+43.0 CognizntTc r CTSH 24.73 +.71 42 3.3m 16o
89 61 85 B B 38.9 Coinstar CSTR 33.60 +.13 +4 311 30o
67 23 85 C A17.4 ComDivHl 9 CODI 14.00 +.19 +10 202 ..
65 55 54 C C 60.0 ComputrSci CSC 42.18 +.61 24 802 10o
57 70 33 A D 42.0 ComScoren SCOR 19.11 +.14 35 153 25
66 59 82 C B 19.0 ComsysIT CITP 11.19 +.10 53 39 6
57 47 76 D A30.8 CnstantCn CTCT 19.36 .47 63 86 ..
71 58 73 D B19.2 Convergys CVG 15.55 +.67 40 1.1m 12o
94 88 77 A D49.3 Copart r CPRT.41.00 ...+137 1.2m 23o
95 90 89 D A28.5 CornellCos CRN 26.71 +.57 71 41 23
45 66 19 A C+77.0 CorpExec 5.4 EXBD 32.80 .31 +35 459 15o
79 74 59 B D31.6 CorrecCp CXW 24.63 +1.27+115 2.1m 21o
74 63 78 B B37.9 Corvel r CRVL 28.63 +1.00 48 33 17
92 90 85 C B62.9 CostarGrp CSGP 49.91 .31 17 193 41
94 76 99 D A 20.0 CrawfordB CRDB 17.11 +.36 1 197 38
66 68 85 D C+19.0 CrssCtryHlt r CCRN 15.87 .14 38 134 18
81 63 84 A B26.1 DGFast DGIT 21.79 +.37 +8 206 20
61 87 35 B B 32.4 Daktrncs .5 DAKT 16.87 +.21 59 231 24o
41 74 32 B D+41.0 DonllyRR 4.1 RRD 25.08 +.20 30 1.0m 8o
95 84 82 A B 102 DunBrad 1.3 r DNB 92.32 +.26 +8 352 18
86 79 65 C B27.6 DynCorp DCP 17.07 +.23 38 113 18o
96 97 86 B B36.1 EMCOR EME.28.64 +1.41 32 801 11o
93 56 92 C A35.6 EmergMedS EMS 30.25 +.36 29 133 20
50 84 7 A E 29.0 ExlSvc EXLS 8.64 +.22 0 192 8
92 84 83 B B 38.8 Exponent r EXPO 31.63 .26 49 49 22k
98 84 88 A A80.0 FTICnslt r FCN.68.42 2.14 3 680 27o
87 87 63 A C+74.0 FactsetR 1.3 r FDS 54.01 +.97 9 692 21o
44 65 14 B B25.4 51Job JOBS 11.53 .49 49 13 16o
53 59 44 C B23.4 FirstAdvn FADV 14.60 .01 45 47 12
50 63 27 C B38.3 Firstservice FSRV 15.29 .07 +73 49 14
75 96 46 A B+66.3 FocusMed r FMCN 31.14 1.89 +16 4.2m 18o
96 90 86 B B+36.3 ForrstrRes FORR 30.40 .22 22 83 23
76 63 74 D B 44.5 G&KSvc .8 r GKSR 34.89 .20 26 84 15
97 92 91 B A28.4 Gartner IT 24.02 +1.04 +19 889 26
69 81 35 A D18.9 Genpactn G 11.50 +.09 +7 284 17
71 88 39 C D+32.0 GeoGroup GEO 21.07 .06 7 684 20o
67 25 83 B C+37.4 GeoEye GEOY 24.25 +.72 24 311 9o
92 64 94 B B 17.4 Greenfld SRVY 17.34 +.01 +50 1.2m 32
86 86 71 A B 37.1 HMSHld HMSY 25.04 .51 47 151 40
72 68 76 C B 25.3 HlthcrSv 3.2 HCSG 18.72 +.19 33 187 28k
71 63 65 B A45.6 HeidrkS 1.7 r HSII 29.79 .13 40 180 12
72 60 80 E B43.0 HewittAs HEW 38.52 +.45 38 416 ..o
95 76 87 A A84.0 HuronCon HURN 57.16 1.99 13 304 24o
58 86 26 A E 72.2 IHSIncA IHS 47.03 +.45+141 919 24
53 62 46 A D+31.6 IMSHlth .6 r RX 20.00 .49 +7 1.2m 12
90 70 92 C B+12.0 iGate IGTE 9.27 +.16 64 97 20
94 94 84 A E 19.5 IndSvAm .9 IDSA 11.40 .03 50 37 10
82 93 37 A C+55.8 Infosys .8 INFY.34.24 +.56 21 2.4m 16
70 99 31 A B 18.9 InnerWk r INWK 10.92 .26 64 151 28
68 73 77 E C+29.9 IntegElec IESC 19.12 +.23 31 28 91
76 81 56 B C+33.7 IntrDat 2.4 r IDC 25.00 +.05 +13 295 17
96 88 79 A B 130 IBM 1.7 r IBM 120.1 +3.65 23 6.5m 14
71 65 55 C C+38.9 IronMountn IRM 26.01 +.36 7 792 33o
87 73 72 A D+13.8 IturnLoc 12 r ITRN 11.07 .05 49 15 15
61 65 64 D B 24.4 KellySv 2.9 KELYA 18.69 +.62 9 217 12k
82 66 91 C B+13.9 Kforce r KFRC 10.89 .01 14 197 11
82 68 83 B B21.0 KornFerry r KFY 17.82 +1.03 +38 718 12
91 63 86 C B 19.5 L1Ident ID 16.23 +.51 23 483 99o
33 56 48 D B 56.5 LamarAd LAMR 33.81 .19 40 949 99o
94 63 97 A A73.5 Landauer 2.8 LDR 70.55 +1.53 +12 80 27
77 86 70 C C+13.5 MPSGp MPS 10.89 +.29 +7 1.1m 12
26 50 7 D E 42.0 MacquarI 17 MIC 14.72 .37 +42 861 ..o
63 94 29 B C+77.5 Manpwr 1.7 MAN 44.04 +.51 54 572 8
98 91 97 B B 62.17Mantech MANT 58.78 +.53 39 158 25o
69 45 77 C B48.3 Maximus 1.1 MMS 37.95 +.55 37 121 16
82 60 52 B A 56.9 MineSfAp 2.5 MSA 39.01 +1.83 14 319 21o
47 42 56 B D+56.0 Moodys 1.2 MCO 33.90 .47 43 2.7m 16o
92 97 53 A B 85.5 Morngstr MORN 59.65 +2.31 46 101 32o
65 43 84 B C+29.6 MultiCo .8 LABL 23.88 +.38+114 76 22
99 88 98 B A28.97NCIInc NCIT 27.80 +.86 44 39 25
89 72 95 C B 22.8 NavigCons NCI 20.08 +.34 +20 619 23
99 94 91 C B+13.07NessTech NSTC 11.54 +.15 65 106 11
59 80 49 B D 53.1 Omnicom 1.5 OMC 40.06 +.56 12 2.7m 12
62 68 68 .. B17.3 PRGSchlz PRGX 9.33 .26 +54 309 ..
33 34 16 B C 25.9 Patni 1.4 PTI 8.53 +.05 67 32 6
84 76 60 A C 44.0 Paychx 3.9 PAYX 31.72 .58 +74 6.1m 20o
87 49 94 B B+15.3 PeoplSup PSPT 12.13 .01 56 189 14
94 80 91 C A18.8 PerotSysA r PER 17.57 +.37 41 396 19
82 83 58 B C+62.4 PrePdLegl PPD 42.01 +1.24 15 68 9k
83 76 78 B D 36.5 RepbSvc 2.4 r RSG 31.53 +.31 63 651 18o
89 65 92 B B 29.9 ResConn RECN 23.53 +.25 50 271 17
82 80 74 B B 33.0 RobrtHlf 1.7 r RHI 25.69 .26 27 1.2m 13
92 75 87 B B22.5 Rollins 1.3 ROL 18.77 +.15 46 151 27
89 79 80 B D21.9 SAIC SAI 20.02 +.59 34 1.8m 19o
84 37 97 C B+31.7 SIIntl r SINT 30.52 +.07 60 82 24
78 76 63 C C 31.9 SRAIntl SRX 23.13 +.70 31 371 18
77 95 25 A D+30.9 SatyamC .9 SAY.18.05 +.56 +35 2.0m 13
96 86 86 B C+25.47StandrdPk r STAN 21.77 +.39 +19 69 21
99 90 91 B A39.07Stanley SXE 34.64 .37 79 47 27
86 87 45 A B+40.3 Stantec STN 25.01 +1.00 1 23 15
98 86 92 A B+66.2 Stericycle SRCL 62.34 +.14 20 504 39o
99 97 90 B A22.6 SykesEnt SYKE.20.69 +.39 19 295 15
62 80 26 A E 47.7 Syntel .9 SYNT 25.68 +.62 51 108 16o
99 91 90 A B 40.5 Team TISI .36.91 +.56 64 73 30k
68 94 16 C B 27.4 TeleTech TTEC 13.94 +.13 65 349 13
94 60 94 B C+30.2 TetraTech TTEK 26.61 +.40 13 661 27
72 93 38 B C 219 ThReut 6.0 r TRIN 148.0 +1.98 3 31 8
48 28 69 A D 20.4 Trnscnd TRCR 10.84 .03 46 14 15
77 60 85 C A21.6 TrueBlue TBI 15.88 +.13 47 191 11
97 92 87 B B18.5 TylerTech r TYL 15.27 +.08 46 137 29
96 86 89 C B+50.5 Unifirst .3 UNF 46.60 +.46 11 95 15
96 96 71 A B+63.0 VSE .5 VSEC 34.74 +1.78 53 23 10
46 45 71 C B39.5 Viad .5 VVI 30.32 +.26 1 156 17
87 73 99 A B25.6 VsnChinan VISN.16.34 +.11 78 202 49o
95 99 83 A A48.67VistaPrt r VPRT 33.98 +.28 65 331 29o
13 29 14 D D 19.8 VoltInfoSci VOL 9.33 .15 +13 251 8o
Name Price EPS Name Price EPS
MINDRAY MEDICAL INTL ADS (MR) Group 21 o$36.48
98 Comp. Rating 98 EPS RS 72 ROE 27% 40.7M Shares
CHINESE DEVELOPER OF PATIENT MONITORING DEVICES, IN-VITRO DIAGNOS-
TIC PRODUCTS AND MEDICAL IMAGING SYSTEMS.
+84% Ann. EPS Gro PE 37 Avg. Daily Vol 859,900 Debt 0%
Last Qtr Eps +55%6 Prior Qtr +56%5 Last Qtr Sales+99%
12 Qtrs EPS )15%
Eps Due 11/1
R&D 10%
Acc/Dis C+
Sup/Demand 61
HEALTHSPRING INC (HS) Group 92 $21.51
99 Comp. Rating 94 EPS RS 96 ROE 14% 49.1M Shares
PROVIDES HEALTHCARE SERVICES PRIMARILY THROUGH GOVERNMENT
PROGRAMS SUCH AS MEDICARE TO 304,210 MEMBERS IN SIX STATES.
+139% Ann. EPS Gro PE 11 Avg. Daily Vol 613,100 Debt 41%
Last Qtr Eps +53%5 Prior Qtr +48%5 Last Qtr Sales +48%
3 Qtrs EPS )15%
Eps Due 10/30
Acc/Dis A
Sup/Demand 68
EMERGENT BIOSOLUTIONS (EBS) Group 15 o$14.26
99 Comp. Rating 97 EPS RS 99 ROE 15% 13.4M Shares
DEVELOPS IMMUNOBIOTIC VACCINES AGAINST BIOLOGICAL AGENTS THAT
ARE POTENTIAL WEAPONS OF BIOTERRORISM AND BIOWARFARE
+40% Ann. EPS Gro PE 11 Avg. Daily Vol 259,900 Debt 25%
Last Qtr Eps +135%6 Prior Qtr +340%5Last Qtr Sales +88%
2 Qtrs EPS )15%
Eps Due 11/2
R&D 29%
Acc/Dis B+
Sup/Demand 63
BUCKLE INC (BKE) Group 10 o$56.83
99 Comp. Rating 96 EPS RS 97 ROE 24% 15.1M Shares
OPERATES 374 "BUCKLE" AND "THE BUCKLE" STORES IN 38 STATES
OFFERING YOUNG MEN'S AND WOMEN'S APPAREL
+23% Ann. EPS Gro PE 19 Avg. Daily Vol 863,600 Debt 0%
Last Qtr Eps +74%5 Prior Qtr +53%5 Last Qtr Sales +37%
6 Qtrs EPS )15%
Eps Due 11/21
Acc/Dis B
Sup/Demand 91
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IBD Composite Rating
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Relative Price Strength Rating
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Accumulation/Distribution (last 3 mos)
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IBD Composite Rating
Earnings Per Share Growth Rating
Relative Price Strength Rating
Sales+Profit Margins+Return On Equity
Accumulation/Distribution (last 3 mos)
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High Stock % Yield Symbl Price Chg Chg 1000 E 6 6666
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INVESTOR'S BUSINESS DAILY SUCCESSFUL INVESTORS READ INVESTOR'S BUSINESS DAILY FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 26, 2008 B5
BY PATRI CK CAI N
I N VESTO R' S BU SI N ESS D AI LY
Varian Medical Systems
VAR
is in a
flat base that has found support at
the10-weekmovingaverage.
Themaker of oncologyequipment
broke out of a cup-with-handle
base July 24 on a gap-up. Volume
surged, too.
The stock, despite heavy market
head winds, has held up since that
move. Even as it pulled back to
make the flat base, the stock has
never finished below the closing
pricefromthebreakout day.
Becauseits beenabletoholdupas
manystockstookabruising, itsRela-
tive Strength line is at a new high.
When the RS line jumps into new
highgroundbeforethestockactual-
lydoes, its consideredbullish.
The flat base correctedas muchas
12% and has one net week of accu-
mulation.
The stock earlier tried to surge
into higher ground, but the base at
the time was only in its third week.
Shares reversed for a loss that
week. Because the stock didnt
make a new closing weekly high, it
canbeviewedas part of thebase.
That reversal week instead is part
of an encouraging pattern of tight
tradinginthemiddleof thebase.
Weekly price action in which a
stock closes withlittle price change
indicates that institutional inves-
tors are working quietly to build a
positioninthestock.
BY PAUL WHI TFI ELD
I N VESTO R' S BU SI N ESS D AI LY
Step back and take a long view and
Coca-Cola
KO
looks prettygood.
Take the short view and the pic-
tureis less clear.
Dividend investors are naturally
more interested in the long view,
but lets get the short-term con-
cerns out of thewayfirst.
Some analysts are a bit wary of
Coca-Colabecauseof thedollar.
Aweak U.S. currency helps Coca-
Cola. It increases the value of for-
eign sales when they are converted
intodollars.
Thosewhoexpect thebucktocon-
tinuestrengtheningin2009andbe-
yond are worried about Coca-
Colas results.
However, others expect the dollar
to resume its weakening because
the U.S. fundamentals arent exact-
lydazzlinganybody.
Another short-term concern for
Coca-Colais restructuring.
Credit Suisse downgraded Coca-
Cola fromoutperform to neutral in
late August, pointing to the compa-
nys need to restructure its North
Americanbusiness.
The long view doesnt deny these
challenges. But history shows that
Coca-Cola has overcome challeng-
es before.
Its dividend, for example, has in-
creasedfor 46straight years.
Thats a periodthat includes some
nastybear markets.
Coca-Colas current dividend
yield is 2.9%. The payout ratio is
49%of estimated2008earnings.
The five-year EPSStability Rating
is acalm3.
Annual earnings increased in
sevenof thepast eight years.
Mutual funds lightened their
stake by about 1% in the second
quarter, but the highly ratedFideli-
tyContrafundaddedtoits position.
WarrenBuffettsBerkshireHath-
away
BRKA
holds 200millionshares, a
positionthat has not changedinthe
past several quarters.
TH E I N CO M E I N VESTO R
VARIAN MEDICAL SYSTEMS (VAR) Group 21 o$62.39
99 Comp. Rating 91 EPS RS 96 ROE 33% 119.9M Shares
DEVELOPS ONCOLOGY SYSTEMS/EQUIPMENT USED IN RADIATION THERAPY
AND X-RAY IMAGING COMPONENTS AND SUBSYSTEMS.
+18% Ann. EPS Gro PE 26 Avg. D. Vol 1,698,700 Debt 5%
Last Qtr Eps +45%5 Prior Qtr +17%5 Last Qtr Sales +21%
2 Qtrs EPS )15%
Eps Due 10/24
R&D 6%
Acc/Dis B-
Sup/Demand 76
Turbulence Fails
To Halt Dividend
Hikes For Coke
BY DONALD H. GOLD
I N VESTO R' S BU SI N ESS D AI LY
Does a follow-through day in the
U.S. meanforeignmarkets must fol-
lowalongandrally? Not always, but
this time it seems likely, at least in
someeconomies.
A scan of the best-rated Brazilian
ADRs, which ran in this column
Thursday, shows almost none that
are near a breakout from a valid
base. But someChineseissues show
morepotential.
NewOriental Education&Tech-
nology
EDU
, which suffered a failed
breakout a month ago, is in the fifth
weekof apossiblenewbase.
The company provides courses in
English and test preparation to 1.3
million students. It logged five
straight years of profit growth. Pre-
taxmargincameinat 30%last year.
Earnings growth came in between
32% and 67% in three of the past
four quarters. Sales rose 46% to
62%. Commercial Services-Schools
wastheNo. 4groupout of 197indus-
tries tracked by IBD, as of Thurs-
daysedition.
Mindray Medical
MR
, the subject
of Fridays Stocks InThe News (see
pageB4), hasnt yet startedbuilding
the right side of a newbase. But the
developerof patient-monitoringde-
vices is amoderate20%off its top.
The Medical-Systems/Equip-
ment group was in 19th place, and
has been rising the past few
months.
China Fire & Security Group
CFSG
is in the sixth week of a cup base.
But its athin, low-pricedmicrocap.
So why pay attention? Because
earnings surged between 42% and
167% the past four quarters. Sales
rosebetween44%and55%.
This year will mark the maker of
industrial fire-safety gears fourth
straight annual profit gain. Margins
andreturnonequityarefat.
The Commercial Services-Securi-
ty/Safety industry group has
climbed to the No. 13 slot from No.
52just sixweeks ago.
I N TERN ATI O N AL LEADERS
39 62 16 B E 25.0 WNSHldgs WNS 10.54 +.04 59 29 13
53 86 32 B C+73.2 WPP 3.1 WPPGY 44.14 .69+202 404 8
90 71 86 B D 40.7 WstCnn WCN 34.34 +.96+627 5.0m 22
79 76 64 B C+39.4 WsteMg 3.2 r WMI 33.38 +.52 30 2.4m 15o
90 88 75 B D+62.0 WtsWy .6 r WW 50.94 +.66 13 358 14
80 87 41 A D 16.5 Wipro 1.3 WIT 10.55 +.54 +67 1.1m 18k
3. RETAIL
95 65 93 B B+30.2 AaronRnt .2 r RNT 26.45 +.40 25 525 19o
55 73 10 A D+85.8 AberFitc 1.8 ANF 39.50 +.03 +85 6.6m 7o
99 95 92 A D+37.47Aeropostl r ARO.30.73 +.79 9 3.0m 15o
38 25 54 C B 18.7 Agilysys 1.0 AGYS 11.50 +.16 37 99 88
65 49 45 B B+27.3 AEagleO 2.6 r AEO 15.65 +.65 7 5.6m 9x
56 57 43 C C 36.8 AnnTaylor ANN 21.44 .66 30 1.7m 11o
90 79 79 B B35.7 ApldInd 2.1 r AIT 28.26 +.95 39 233 12k
77 75 70 B B 23.6 BJSRest BJRI 12.83 .10 16 269 22o
83 79 86 C D 44.3 BJsWhlsl BJ 39.20 +1.61 22 1.7m 19o
54 54 59 D A39.7 BarnsNo 3.7 BKS 27.12 +.87 49 498 14o
91 66 99 D B+18.7 BeaconRfg BECN 16.06 .30 27 689 26o
65 47 50 B B15.4 BebeStr 2.0 BEBE 10.01 .08 24 463 14o
82 42 84 B B 36.3 BedBath r BBBY 32.19 +1.48 +21 7.2m 16o
59 64 54 B C+53.9 BestBuy 1.4 BBY 38.72 +.61 +19 9.0m 12o
95 90 94 C B 35.3 BigLots BIG 30.20 +.60 49 1.6m 16o
66 65 62 C B34.7 BobEvn 2.1 r BOBE 27.14 +.36 28 370 13
46 37 54 C B+28.9 Brinker 2.5 EAT 17.84 +.12 37 1.1m 12
68 25 87 D B+22.7 BrwShoe 1.7 r BWS 16.91 +.28 37 580 12o
99 96 97 A B 66.9 Buckle 2.1 r BKE 56.83 +1.79 24 657 19o
99 95 99 A A45.07BffWldWg BWLD.40.74 +.12 +8 733 32o
88 92 67 A B31.0 BurgerK 1.0 BKC 25.80 +.62 25 1.3m 18o
52 44 52 B B 42.0 CBRL 3.0 r CBRL 27.02 +.41 30 580 9o
91 82 95 B B 39.5 CECEntrtn r CEC 36.00 +.80 44 371 16
45 68 47 D D 17.1 CKERestr 2.2 r CKR 11.02 .01 44 401 16
77 84 49 A E 44.3 CVSCare .8 r CVS 34.40 +1.30 6 10m 15o
26 54 10 D D+19.0 Cache r CACH 6.81 .13 +18 219 14
79 52 87 C A21.0 CalPizzaK r CPKI 14.98 +.06 42 240 19
87 60 90 B B 31.4 Caseys 1.0 CASY 28.99 +.16 17 413 17
81 51 90 D B22.0 CatoCp 3.6 CTR 18.18 +.46 +42 417 17
51 54 20 B C+20.6 CharRss CHIC 11.42 +.44 51 329 8o
94 79 96 C D+43.4 ChldrnsPl PLCE 35.85 +.42 32 850 18o
58 96 9 A B155 Chipotle CMG 57.41 +.58 72 249 23o
52 96 9 A D129 ChipotleBn CMGB 50.35 +.71 54 113 20
83 83 46 C B 28.1 CitiTrnds CTRN 17.16 +.13 +49 573 15
99 84 98 B A+24.7 CollectBr PSS 19.52 +.94 14 2.2m 13o
74 66 78 C C+50.5 CmpnBras .7 CBD 38.35 +2.35 27 215 26
81 76 92 B B28.5 Conns CONN 20.98 +.36 42 158 10o
81 80 73 C C+75.2 Costco 1.0 r COST .65.98 +1.19 26 5.2m 22
67 65 48 B B 44.9 DardnRst 2.8 DRI 28.11 +.08 40 1.9m 10o
64 63 57 B B 35.2 DcksSpt DKS 21.14 +.13 42 1.9m 16o
66 92 63 .. B 38.0 Dist&Svc 3.3 DYS 23.64 +1.18+174 67 22
95 80 92 B C 43.0 DollarTree r DLTR 37.01 +.75 21 1.6m 15o
33 26 61 .. B 17.4 Dominos DPZ 12.27 +.06 50 263 15
84 64 84 B D 17.9 DressBarn DBRN 14.76 +.04 9 877 13o
44 73 52 .. C+24.9 EinstnNn BAGL 10.93 .95 +19 123 8
42 61 34 C C+100 EstaDlh 2.7 DEG 61.45 +.75 21 34 11
74 26 83 C A 35.4 EthanAl 3.4 r ETH 29.67 +1.25 +1 639 14o
85 47 96 C B 32.5 FamlyDlr 1.9 r FDO 26.33 .21 +11 4.0m 17
99 91 92 A B56.5 Fastenl 1.0 r FAST 51.75 +.21 22 1.9m 29
76 49 99 E B12.4 FinishL 1.1 r FINL 10.46 +.81 +21 1.6m 24
87 67 97 E B+NH FootLckr 3.4 FL 17.59 +.31 +52 5.2m 25o
76 85 35 A B46.3 Fossil r FOSL 27.09 +.59 51 601 13o
79 58 98 D B+15.9 Freds .5 FRED 14.84 +.56 41 392 27o
72 98 23 A C 63.8 GameStpA GME .36.05 +1.45 6 3.1m 16o
90 77 74 C B 22.0 Gap 1.9 r GPS 18.25 +.23 37 6.8m 13o
90 62 95 C A43.9 Genesco r GCO 35.36 +1.82 27 537 20
97 87 82 A B96.0 Graingr 1.8 r GWW 88.00 +2.05 +1 828 16
98 93 81 A B+44.8 GreenMtCf GMCR.37.55 +.24 59 232 44o
99 98 61 A A57.2 Guess 1.1 r GES 37.64 +.77 30 1.2m 16o
98 92 73 A B+47.7 Gymboree r GYMB 37.15 +1.45 27 695 12o
53 18 93 E C 13.7 Haverty 2.3 HVT 11.75 +.22 59 94 99
67 70 75 B D28.4 Hibbett HIBB 20.49 +.15 20 705 20o
60 40 68 C D+34.8 HomeDp 3.5 HD 25.80 +.78 2 23m 12o
83 69 99 D B17.5 IkonOfSo .9 r IKN 17.01 +.01 51 1.3m 16o
78 73 66 B B30.3 InglMkt 2.7 IMKTA 24.19 +.21 +11 67 10
61 72 68 C B21.5 IngramMicro r IM 16.93 +.42 19 1.4m 9o
49 55 61 C B 28.4 InsightEnt r NSIT 14.53 .52 +32 701 9
74 58 58 C B+25.3 Interline IBI 16.30 +.31 38 163 10
52 29 25 B B+52.0 JCrew JCG 28.69 +.89 49 1.3m 18o
68 71 47 B B+35.1 JackInBox JBX 22.38 +.28 14 810 11o
86 56 97 D A27.0 JoAnnStrs JAS 23.45 .57 13 424 21o
98 83 94 A A+41.7 JosABkCl JOSB 33.85 +2.19 +11 2.0m 11o
71 55 84 B B 64.0 Kohls KSS 47.90 +1.14 16 6.5m 15o
76 65 73 B C+31.0 Kroger 1.3 r KR 26.88 +.53 43 4.4m 14o
53 85 38 C C+21.5 LibMIntA r LINTA 13.71 .03 25 2.9m 18
80 61 79 C B 23.6 LimitdBr 3.2 LTD 18.67 +.43 19 4.6m 14o
97 87 99 C A77.0 LongDru .7 r LDG 76.21 +.12 62 588 26o
80 53 80 B B 31.7 Lowes 1.4 LOW 23.88 +.21 5 16m 13o
89 99 22 A A 60.7 Lululemngn LULU 24.04 +1.04 53 585 38o
99 96 95 A A18.17LumberLn LL 13.67 +.34 +33 453 21
92 73 66 A B 37.6 Luxotti 2.2 LUX 25.61 +.86 40 102 17
95 88 82 A D 54.6 MSCInds 1.7 r MSM 46.77 +.57 9 425 15o
22 32 39 D C+35.8 Macys 2.8 M 18.90 +1.13 +18 10m 9o
97 90 87 A B+67.0 McDonal 2.4 MCD.62.27 +.84 9 8.9m 18
68 39 68 B B+52.0 MnsWh 1.3 MW 22.40 +.49 +14 1.6m 11o
55 17 83 D B20.2 MothrsWk r MWRK 13.94 +.04 +34 17 ..
89 67 95 D B+47.6 NashFch 1.6 NAFC 45.14 +.52 44 92 13
51 67 43 B C+51.0 Nordsrm 2.2 r JWN 29.51 .30 +11 6.0m 10o
72 59 68 B B 33.0 PFChangs PFCB 24.19 +.13 52 361 16o
94 81 95 A B+65.0 PaneraBrd r PNRA 52.69 .23 68 376 26
70 35 89 C A31.1 Pantry PTRY 18.67 +.27 60 281 19o
86 59 88 B B+30.7 PapaJohns PZZA 28.27 +.24 77 79 31o
91 71 93 C A30.4 PeetsCof PEET 28.47 +.51 +27 184 38
37 45 47 C B69.3 Penney 2.2 JCP 35.90 +.03 5 6.0m 8o
96 91 93 A B+17.5 PetMed PETS 15.15 +.14 37 214 18k
90 54 88 B B+33.2 Petsmrt .5 PETM 25.56 +.30 53 1.7m 17o
76 51 93 C A 29.0 Pool 2.2 POOL 24.05 .15 36 394 19
52 72 23 C C 33.7 PricSmrt 1.8 PSMT 17.95 +.69 61 43 18
70 50 91 B C+23.4 RadioShk 1.4 RSH 17.82 +.76 +22 6.4m 10o
63 76 36 B B44.5 RedRobin r RRGB 27.26 +.30 45 292 12o
69 48 73 D B 35.0 Regis .6 RGS 27.68 +.12 19 308 13k
82 37 96 B B+26.0 RentACtr RCII 23.16 +.81 58 481 12o
93 83 67 A D 30.5 RitchieB 1.5 RBA.24.07 +.21 26 252 28
98 83 93 A C 41.6 RossSts 1.1 r ROST 36.11 +.83 36 2.0m 16o
65 74 64 C D39.8 Ruddick 1.5 RDK 32.87 +.54 43 202 17
39 55 34 C C+36.0 Safeway 1.3 r SWY 24.47 +.52 18 4.7m 11
5 5 18 D D+23.1 SaksInc SKS 9.17 +.17 2 3.1m 33o
74 72 83 B B39.5 Scansrce SCSC 31.77 +.85 40 114 14o
35 26 63 D C+36.3 SchoolSpec r SCHS 29.90 +.25 49 101 14
48 35 78 E B+152 SearsHldgs r SHLD 93.43 1.07 34 2.2m 33o
90 61 90 A B68.0 ShrwnW 2.3 r SHW 60.64 +1.32 36 1.2m 13
83 59 93 D B+18.5 ShoeCrnvl SCVL 16.24 +.25 9 105 18
47 21 71 C B 39.3 SignetJwlrs SIG 23.95 1.29+290 818 10
56 60 45 A C 26.2 Sonic SONC 15.52 +.11 +57 1.9m 15
42 61 14 B C+61.4 Sothebys 3.0 BID 20.28 +.02 32 1.3m 8o
90 86 85 B B26.2 SprtnStr .8 SPTN 23.96 +1.05 +2 168 15k
87 87 92 B B 13.2 SportSp .9 r RBI 11.20 .08 +53 64 14
58 39 71 D C 20.0 StageSt 1.4 r SSI 14.53 +.22 47 246 12
88 66 78 B B26.6 Staples 1.4 SPLS 23.28 +.09 0 12m 16o
49 49 35 B B+27.8 Starbucks SBUX 14.93 +.04 27 9.4m 18o
29 60 22 D C+43.3 Suprvalu 3.0 r SVU 23.21 +.45 +13 3.6m 7
39 7 76 E D 17.9 Symsn SYMS 14.10 .37 +51 18 99k
70 80 63 C B27.3 Synnex SNX 20.64 .35 +9 267 9
91 68 87 B B 35.9 Sysco 2.7 r SYY 33.17 +.70 19 3.4m 18o
81 88 61 A B+25.3 Systemax r SYX 16.00 +.56 10 223 8o
93 78 79 A C+37.5 TJXCos 1.4 r TJX 31.74 +.56 9 7.2m 15o
55 8 85 E B+19.9 Talbots 3.7 TLB 13.90 +.89 42 832 ..o
66 66 71 B D 68.5 Target 1.3 r TGT 50.22 +.96 21 10m 14o
34 55 41 D C+41.4 TechData r TECD 29.46 +.42 32 402 11
77 86 39 A C+57.3 Tiffany 1.8 r TIF 36.76 .08 30 2.0m 13o
82 74 62 A B 39.9 THortons 1.1 THI 30.07 +.10 29 456 20
98 99 97 A C+34.57TitanMchn TITN 22.07 .45 50 266 25o
96 69 96 B B+49.3 TractorSupl TSCO 45.25 +1.47 37 554 18o
87 83 56 B B+35.6 UltaSalon ULTA 12.58 +.41 13 412 28
82 67 88 C B 61.1 UtdStnr r USTR 49.39 +1.55 48 143 12
99 95 94 A B+38.4 UrbanOutfit URBN.34.29 .46 30 2.6m 29o
88 78 92 B C 63.9 WalMrt 1.6 WMT 60.12 +1.20 4 21m 17o
71 69 49 B D48.1 Walgrn 1.4 WAG 32.13 +.51 17 5.9m 15
50 22 76 D A44.3 WeisMkt 3.2 WMK 36.40 .27 32 40 23k
18 10 35 C D35.1 Wendys 2.3 WEN 22.15 +.36 22 793 21o
31 39 15 B B 53.7 WholeFd WFMI 20.30 +.85 47 2.7m 19o
31 19 22 C B+33.7 WilSon 2.8 r WSM 17.21 +.37 44 1.1m 11o
83 80 67 A C 41.7 YumBrd 2.2 r YUM 33.83 .88+101 7.5m 18
62 59 34 B B+54.0 Zumiez ZUMZ 16.75 +.06 65 221 19o
4. CONSUMER
98 98 82 A C+92.27NwOriEd EDU.68.31 +.27 48 271 46
70 60 60 B E 17.5 ATAInc ATAI 9.40 .08 41 17 42
78 64 81 C D+29.4 AlbertoC 1.0 ACV 26.66 +.67 40 461 20
99 98 96 A A 53.27AmPubEn APEI .46.35 +.16 15 175 64
89 73 81 A D+81.7 ApolloGrpA r APOL 57.06 .39 22 2.3m 19
93 77 88 A D 45.3 AvonPds 1.9 r AVP 41.79 +1.05 24 2.8m 20o
35 47 47 E D+13.4 BassetF 9 r BSET 9.36 +.33 +36 46 ..k
74 90 22 A D+75.4 CapellaE r CPLA 42.23 .97 +31 299 28o
61 51 75 D C+36.1 CareerEd CECO 17.98 +.10 53 730 19o
96 89 90 A B+82.2 Chattem CHTT 79.84 +1.64+127 853 19o
92 80 91 B C+65.5 ChrchDwt .6 CHD 61.56 .56 29 368 23o
90 64 84 A B66.9 Clorox 3.0 r CLX 61.57 .19 56 710 17o
95 76 82 A C+82.0 ColgPlmv 2.1 r CL 76.00 +1.19 +2 3.2m 20o
97 72 98 C A18.3 CornthClg COCO 16.26 +.06 42 1.3m 36o
55 26 79 C B 36.0 DTSInc DTSI 28.82 1.28+113 462 43
99 84 84 A C+61.6 DeVry .2 r DV 52.79 +.99 0 968 29o
89 96 61 A B 53.6 DolbyLab DLB 36.16 2.30+100 1.2m 21o
12 14 43 D C+29.6 EstmKod 3.3 r EK 15.26 +.56 9 4.1m 50o
97 79 85 B B+52.8 Ecolab 1.1 ECL 49.42 +1.38 +15 1.6m 27
74 56 84 D B 28.1 ElizArden RDEN 19.87 +.88+117 914 15
87 78 67 A B+119 Energizer ENR 85.22 +.07 13 646 15o
93 75 89 B C+54.8 EsteeLd 1.1 r EL 50.67 +.23 35 1.4m 21o
16 26 19 C D89.6 Harman .1 r HAR 35.69 +1.36 4 974 15o
97 77 92 A B41.7 Hasbro 2.2 r HAS 36.02 .03 14 2.1m 16
86 58 97 C B 24.7 HelenTroy HELE 23.61 +.40 41 166 12
99 98 74 A B 51.1 Herbalfe 1.9 r HLF 41.40 +.39 +8 1.2m 12o
57 62 64 B D24.8 HillenI 3.6 r HI 20.21 .09+393 697 12
98 96 92 A B 131 ITTEduc ESI 90.01 1.49 18 922 20o
91 73 75 B B 20.0 InterPr .9 IPAR 13.99 +.04 11 95 16
85 62 68 B B 54.8 IntFlavr 2.4 IFF 42.55 +.43 20 568 15
63 35 59 D A 22.4 iRobot IRBT 15.23 +.53 5 123 99o
88 57 80 B B 30.6 JakksPac JAKK 25.34 .45 31 278 9k
83 74 91 B C+36.0 Jarden r JAH 25.34 +.41 +2 1.3m 9o
96 84 92 .. A 31.07K12nya LRN 27.77 .51 40 91 99
85 57 74 B B 71.2 KimbCla 3.6 KMB 64.46 +.61 5 2.7m 15
93 85 89 A B19.27Knoll 3.1 r KNL 15.56 +.58 36 346 9k
57 49 30 B B 27.7 LearngTree LTRE 13.03 .48 42 27 16
80 39 96 C A+24.6 LeggPlat 4.4 r LEG 22.69 +.33 11 2.9m 13
93 88 70 C A16.0 LincEduSv r LINC 12.54 1.20+136 65 19
99 76 93 A B+38.5 MarvelEnt MVL .34.13 +.21 38 604 17o
85 60 87 B B 20.9 Matrixx MTXX 17.82 .51+127 115 19o
55 30 62 B E 24.4 Mattel 4.1 r MAT 18.32 +.05 25 3.1m 14
83 75 86 B C 58.6 MathInt .5 MATW 50.21 +.52 35 131 20
98 93 82 A A78.9 Middleby MIDD 58.89 +.10 38 168 16o
83 92 62 A B 33.9 MllrHer 1.4 r MLHR 25.00 +.15 17 589 9
64 52 60 B D41.9 NBTY NTY 29.75 +.68 +36 920 10
66 60 73 D B 12.4 NLIndus 4.7 NL 10.66 +.18 +14 51 29
98 90 96 B B80.6 Natl Pr 1.3 NPK 76.33 .38 +45 48 12
31 45 43 B C 29.5 NewellRb 4.7 NWL 17.87 +.38 31 2.4m 9o
92 71 80 B B+20.0 NuSkin 2.6 r NUS 16.69 +.24 36 208 16
69 49 65 B B+50.3 NutriSys 3.7 r NTRI 18.93 .15 17 863 9o
38 63 13 B D13.5 PhysnsF FACE 6.06 .08 49 56 9
76 79 69 C C+12.3 PrestgBr PBH 9.18 +.14 19 256 13
91 76 78 A C 75.2 ProctGm 2.3 PG 68.51 .23 +24 17m 19o
60 21 84 D B31.2 RC2 RCRC 23.94 .26 +1 183 15
41 85 32 C E 14.5 Service 1.9 r SCI 8.62 .06 18 1.2m 14
33 69 21 C E 57.2 Sony .8 SNE 32.23 +.46 +3 928 11o
60 83 36 B B19.3 Steelcse 5.6 r SCS 10.68 +.31 45 343 10k
28 27 38 D C+26.5 StoneMor 14 STON 15.25 +.18 1 32 99
99 88 89 A B 229 StrayrEd .7 STRA 209.3 .34 70 41 40o
61 91 43 A D+45.0 Tupperw 3.1 TUP 28.37 +.05 12 866 10
90 58 98 B B+49.9 USANAHlth USNA 42.04 .93 15 232 17
63 48 75 C B+38.5 UniElec UEIC 26.08 +.24 65 45 23
60 19 90 D C 22.4 UnvTchIns r UTI 16.38 .36 29 214 52
77 77 46 A B58.2 WWatch 1.9 WTW 36.58 .18 40 294 13o
72 33 86 C A98.0 Whrlpl 2.1 r WHR 82.86 +.07 13 1.6m 11
75 37 94 C B 21.4 Zepn .9 ZEP 18.22 .19 31 82 17
5. ENERGY
99 99 85 A B+57.6 ArenaRes ARD.45.80 +1.76 27 719 24o
53 70 9 A B57.6 ATPO&G ATPG 21.49 .12 34 597 5o
41 54 22 A E 31.9 APowern APWR 12.15 .10 41 560 23o
36 93 7 A E 30.9 Acergy 1.7 ACGY 11.06 +.10 40 520 10k
23 23 57 E D13.5 AdvEngy 13 AAV 10.12 +.16 29 460 ..o
44 91 23 B D48.6 AegeanM .2 ANW.25.62 .11 21 445 32o
57 70 46 B E 31.0 AlliaHld 6.6 AHGP 21.50 +.46 41 39 15
49 57 41 B D 58.0 AllncRes 7.9 ARLP 33.37 .14 +41 171 11o
32 42 33 B D+20.1 AllisChal ALY 12.70 +.58 34 285 11o
91 98 98 C D119 7AlphaNtRs ANR 60.80 +2.72 +17 5.1m 48o
46 32 61 B C+38.0 Amerigas 8.5 APU 30.29 +.18 14 57 15
56 86 45 D D 81.4 Anadarko .7 r APC 54.90 .13 8 7.7m 10o
95 96 76 A B 149 Apache .5 APA 114.7 +2.14 36 3.7m 9o
86 51 88 B B 31.7 ApcArg 1.2 APAGF 29.95 +1.99 39 5 30
83 93 49 A B30.0 Approachn AREX 14.16 +.33 80 38 16
73 99 32 B D+77.4 ArchCoal 1.0 ACI 37.66 2.39 +32 11m 18
89 88 61 B B+50.1 AtlasAm .5 ATLS 37.10 +2.00 46 215 30
79 93 42 A D 45.4 AtlasEn 8.9 ATN 27.41 +1.19 21 266 12o
21 8 56 D E 42.3 AtlasPpl 7.3 AHD 28.02 +1.26+110 92 ..
27 73 17 D E 49.6 AtlasPi 14 APL 27.17 +.76 34 243 ..o
70 99 37 A C 63.5 AtwoodOcn ATW.39.20 .06 48 798 12o
29 51 27 B E 34.9 BJSvcs .9 BJS 21.10 +.41 29 5.5m 9o
60 91 38 A D79.8 BPplc 5.6 BP 55.26 +1.72 19 5.5m 6
78 81 88 .. B108 BPPrdh 12 BPT 98.31 +1.40 69 76 11o
55 16 96 E B 29.9 BPZRes BZP 18.85 +1.08 37 743 ..o
67 87 33 A D+100 BakrHugh .9 BHI 64.44 +1.32 +9 6.4m 12o
58 73 31 B C 60.9 BarrettBl BBG 36.20 +1.01 30 734 24o
67 70 62 A C 33.0 BasicEn BAS 22.45 +.02 30 281 10
64 81 91 .. E 35.2 BaytexE 10 BTE 27.52 +.54 50 182 16o
89 96 54 A B62.2 BerryPe .7 BRY 42.20 +1.84 36 516 12o
53 82 42 A D33.3 BdwlkPpl 8.7 BWP 21.73 +.73 44 198 10o
64 91 29 A C+32.8 BoltTech BOLT 16.16 .36 41 75 10
61 96 18 C B 34.5 BreitBrn 12 BBEP 16.39 +.75 24 200 9
77 61 98 C B 18.3 BrigmExpl BEXP 12.57 .07 31 785 27o
51 63 33 B B59.0 Bristowgp BRS 39.70 +.84 63 225 11
23 50 25 C C+18.7 BroncoDr BRNC 11.96 +.44 38 171 10o
39 71 17 A D30.5 BuckGP 7.8 BGH 15.96 +.66+291 192 18
52 51 47 A D+55.5 BuckeyeP 8.7 BPL 39.78 .69 +64 239 13
50 86 39 D D 11.7 CEFranklin CFK 7.05 +.07 54 11 9
39 51 20 A B68.8 CoGnGeoV CGV 35.00 +.69 58 142 13o
81 98 37 A C+218 CNOOC 3.6 CEO 130.2 +2.80 24 518 9o
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70 95 23 A C 45.5 CNXGas CXG 24.12 .12 42 243 21
14 25 10 C B30.9 CVREgyn CVI 11.31 +.30 33 360 53o
80 91 45 A C+72.9 CabotO&G .3 COG 40.58 +.68 52 1.5m 19o
50 42 36 B B+15.7 CalDive DVR 10.80 .07 39 580 11o
77 86 75 D C 28.9 CallnPet CPE 18.96 +.14 61 118 15
32 61 25 .. D 23.4 Calpinen CPN 13.70 +.36 +66 4.6m 1o
83 95 52 A C+58.5 Cameron CAM.42.78 .13 4 4.1m 17o
89 89 76 A C 109 CdnNtRe .5 CNQ 81.42 +2.03 8 4.2m 13o
86 73 91 B C+51.8 CdnSolar CSIQ 24.85 +.35 70 908 13o
88 67 89 A B62.6 CarboCe 1.3 r CRR 52.57 +.03 56 227 23o
74 92 25 A B76.3 Carrizo CRZO 42.00 +.59 +1 906 25o
68 92 46 B D55.7 ChartInds GTLS.31.59 1.60 +57 710 13o
73 89 50 B D 74.0 ChesEngy .7 CHK 40.43 +.80 35 14m 11o
87 87 66 A B104 Chevron 3.0 r CVX.87.47 +2.24 14 13m 9o
32 23 44 B C+178 ChinaPet 2.4 SNP 87.23 +1.73 48 338 ..o
88 92 77 A E 74.5 Cimarex .5 XEC 51.22 +1.39 35 1.1m 7o
73 43 99 C D+121 ClayWEgy CWEI 78.65 +3.70 40 70 ..
69 11 97 D A 20.7 CleanEnn CLNE 16.65 +1.00 27 727 ..o
64 73 53 A C+37.8 CompPdS CPX 21.23 .01 52 632 9o
96 81 96 A C 90.6 ComstckRes CRK 57.19 +1.65 39 964 20o
95 86 95 B C 41.07ConchoRn CXO 30.35 +.72 43 557 99o
75 88 54 A C+96.0 ConocPh 2.4 COP 76.85 +2.00 14 12m 7o
36 64 22 C D119 ConslEng .8 r CNX 51.25 1.87 6 6.7m 53o
72 73 61 A E 95.2 Contango r MCF 54.45 +.24 37 123 11o
99 99 98 A D+83.87ContlResn CLR 44.94 +.06 9 1.9m 21o
46 92 28 B E 39.8 CopanEn 8.6 CPNO 26.01 +1.72 +59 398 17o
78 97 48 A C 155 CoreLa .4 CLB.111.1 +.40 63 128 20o
89 91 64 A C 30.4 CovantaH r CVA 24.77 +.11 43 521 23o
68 87 87 .. D64.3 CrosTim 12 CRT 52.08 +1.51 18 28 13k
48 78 38 C C+40.4 Crosstex 5.3 XTXI 28.46 +.23 +15 280 37
17 33 19 C E 36.0 Crosstx 12 XTEX 20.67 .09 28 68 ..
70 95 30 A B 85.4 DawsnGeo DWSN 49.67 .04 68 39 11
47 53 35 D B28.4 DeltaPetrol DPTR 16.02 +.06 +39 2.0m ..o
77 99 27 A C 40.3 DenbryRes DNR.22.14 +.26 47 1.9m 13o
94 92 79 A B 127 DevnEngy .6 DVN 102.6 +1.05 22 5.8m 11o
85 97 57 A D+149 DiamndOf .4 DO 114.8 +1.11 49 1.1m 14o
46 51 75 .. C+27.5 DomRsBW 17 DOM 21.82 .16 27 24 8
95 90 80 A C+36.5 DorchMn 12 DMLP 24.50 .13 52 40 11
60 73 43 D C 19.9 DoubleEagle DBLE 14.85 +.47 +13 42 ..
89 95 63 B D+44.0 DresserR r DRC 34.44 .56 10 933 21o
81 85 50 A C 65.4 DrilQuip r DRQ 47.33 +.04 40 434 17o
32 44 44 C D25.2 DuncanE 10 DEP 16.74 +.38 7 82 14
85 96 68 A D+144 EOGRes .6 EOG 96.88 +2.12 36 2.9m 14o
21 11 18 C E 39.0 EVEngy 14 EVEP 19.80 +.63 0 86 ..
44 68 30 A C+22.5 ElPaso 1.4 r EP 13.96 +.13 8 9.7m 11o
62 86 36 A D 25.7 ElPasoP 6.7 EPB 17.64 +.75 55 98 17
50 80 59 .. D 53.9 EnbrEM EEQ 44.57 +1.41 38 25 15
57 86 45 B E 54.2 EnbrEner 9 EEP 42.04 +1.24 +18 255 12o
63 56 68 B B46.8 Enbridge 3.2 ENB 39.01 +.02 +77 811 21
82 87 70 A D+99 Encana 2.2 r ECA 72.22 +1.83 34 3.5m 11o
88 83 87 A C+79.67EncoreAcq r EAC 48.09 +1.61 38 818 12o
77 73 74 C D+28.7 EncoreE 12 ENP 21.96 +.69 11 53 36o
91 73 99 C B83.3 EnergyCnv ENER 63.84 +.05 32 1.7m 99o
33 3 79 .. B 11.1 EngInfra EII 10.13 .01 92 10 ..
47 70 34 E B 16.5 EnergyPrts EPL 10.10 .13 14 368 20o
39 56 25 A D37.0 EngyTEq 8.3 ETE 23.10 +.32 31 301 14o
43 58 41 B D55.9 EngyTsfr 9 ETP 39.15 +1.92 1 554 11o
44 72 11 C C+28.5 EnrgySo .8 ES 13.33 .27 25 1.1m 31
56 68 51 B C+50.6 Enerplus 13 ERF 38.50 .05 13 875 12o
55 90 37 A E 85.2 ENISPA 7.4 E 57.79 +1.32 +5 840 7
81 92 62 A C+83.2 EnscoInt .2 r ESV 61.20 .09 46 1.8m 8o
39 83 31 C E 39.3 EnterpGP 7.1 EPE 24.86 +.51 15 119 23
58 92 57 C E 32.6 EntpsPrd 7.8 EPD 26.55 +.83 +9 711 16o
72 73 60 A D+40.9 ExcoRes XCO 19.06 +.36 59 1.4m 34o
28 56 7 B D92.8 ExterranH EXH 35.50 .51 23 974 12o
85 90 58 A B96.1 ExxonMbl 2.0 XOM 80.67 +2.64 +5 32m 9o
75 97 31 A B83.2 FMCTech FTI .49.14 +.88 40 1.3m 17o
30 14 59 C C 23.3 Ferllgas 10 FGP 19.00 .01 +24 107 55
94 73 86 A C+317 FstSolar FSLR.221.4 .42 40 1.6m 82o
42 74 9 A D55.0 FlotekInd FTK 12.38 .06 39 251 14o
94 79 98 A C 96.0 FdgCCT 12 FDG 77.31 +.26 +15 4.4m 19o
90 89 73 A B83.1 ForestOil FST .53.81 +.50 50 976 12o
13 15 20 C E 89.7 FdtnCoal .5 FCL 39.01 .21 21 1.9m 95o
32 54 24 B B49.1 FrontOil 1.1 r FTO 21.67 +1.46 16 3.7m 6o
98 99 96 A C+88.4 GMXResrcs GMXR 53.26 +.74 59 262 32o
67 73 26 A ..17.0 GTSolar SOLR 10.51 +.29 69 613 35o
27 36 22 C B29.9 GenesEn 8.3 GEL 15.15 +.30+224 319 ..
45 24 79 D C+25.2 Geokinetic GOK 19.45 +.35 51 10 ..
93 96 92 A B29.1 Geores GEOI 13.74 +.15 77 33 12
47 2 95 D D 86.2 GoodrPet GDP 46.61 2.21 13 1.6m ..o
33 6 79 E B25.5 GreenHtrn GRH 15.35 +.50 39 21 ..
82 89 78 B C 52.6 GulfIsl 1.1 GIFI 37.99 +.15 51 71 12o
85 99 59 A B 71.0 GlfMrk GLF 49.04 .60 31 237 7o
67 94 21 A C+25.6 Gulfport GPOR 10.93 +.22 44 237 9o
56 98 11 A E 18.0 Gushann 1.7 GU 6.00 .06 +64 1.1m 11o
58 89 38 A E 55.4 Hallibtn 1.0 HAL .34.68 .29 +6 18m 12
22 23 31 C E 29.1 HarvstEn 18 HTE 17.79 .12 12 866 ..o
62 26 93 D B16.4 Headwatrs r HW 14.85 +1.01 28 749 14o
52 76 22 A C 47.4 HelixEn HLX 26.70 .16 34 1.3m 8o
81 92 74 A D77.2 HelmPay .4 HP 47.35 .68 21 1.5m 11o
19 23 13 B C+39.5 HercOffsh HERO 16.74 .05 8 2.6m 13o
87 98 74 A C+137 Hess .4 HES.96.05 +3.33 29 3.6m 11o
31 35 27 B B 67.4 Holly 1.8 r HOC 32.92 +2.03 28 1.0m 14o
83 86 59 A B 59.4 Hornbeck HOS 41.91 .01 66 321 11o
66 75 82 .. D 37.9 HugotnRy 16 HGT 28.90 +.05 +2 301 13
80 73 68 B B+18.3 IONGephy IO 14.96 +.39 37 496 23
67 84 44 A C 63.1 ImprlOil .9 IMO 45.14 +1.56 11 628 12o
68 61 91 D B 41.6 InterOil IOC 28.50 +1.60 34 554 ..o
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
High Stock % Yield Symbl Price Chg Chg 1000 E 6 6666
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
High Stock % Yield Symbl Price Chg Chg 1000 E 6 6666
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
High Stock % Yield Symbl Price Chg Chg 1000 E 6 6666
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
High Stock % Yield Symbl Price Chg Chg 1000 E 6 6666
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
High Stock % Yield Symbl Price Chg Chg 1000 E 6 6666
IBDS RESEARCH TABLES Continued
B6 FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 26, 2008 NASDAQ STOCKS IN THE NEWS INVESTORS.COM
Public/NYSE Specialist Short Sales
10/05/07 6.96 07/04/08 21.91 02/04/05 1.18 07/04/08 21.91 18.40
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CBOEMarket Volatility Index (over 50 is bullish)
05/20/08 14.1 09/18/08 45.8 07/15/05 8.2 09/18/08 45.8 38.4
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Ratioof price premiums inPuts versus Calls
01/21/08 0.34 09/09/08 2.14 01/21/08 0.34 09/09/08 2.14 1.41
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Mutual Fund Share Purchases/Redemptions (X-Money Market Funds)
07/01/08 0.93 12/03/07 1.40 07/01/08 0.93 12/01/06 1.50 0.93
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NASDAQDaily TradingVolume as %of NYSE Daily Volume
03/20/08 108.3 08/29/08 207 09/16/05 79.1 08/29/08 207 166
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Number of StockSplits inIBD6000 (prior 30 days)
03/03/08 15 01/04/08 70 03/03/08 15 06/19/06 87 23
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NewIssues inLast Year as %of All Stocks on NYSE
09/24/08 4.4% 12/13/07 9.0% 10/29/03 2.1% 03/16/05 9.3% 4.4%
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Price-to-BookValue of DowJones Industrial Average
09/17/08 2.85 10/09/07 4.42 09/17/08 2.85 10/09/07 4.42 2.95
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Priceto Earnings Ratioof DowJones Industrial Average
11/26/07 15.5 05/29/08 102.0 11/26/07 15.5 05/29/08 102.0 92.9
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Current %Dividend Yield of DowJones Industrial Average
10/09/07 2.15 09/17/08 3.09 02/17/04 1.95 09/17/08 3.09 2.98
KENDLE INTERNATIONAL INC (KNDL) Group 11 o$46.46
98 Comp. Rating 98 EPS RS 89 ROE 16% 13.0M Shares
PROVIDES CONTRACT CLINICAL RESEARCH AND DRUG DEVELOPMENT
SERVICES TO PHARMACEUTICAL AND BIOTECHNOLOGY COMPANIES.
+34% Ann. EPS Gro PE 25 Avg. Daily Vol 330,800 Debt 142%
Last Qtr Eps +79%5 Prior Qtr +36%6 Last Qtr Sales +27%
4 Qtrs EPS )15%
Eps Due 10/31
Acc/Dis B-
Sup/Demand 88
UNITED THERAPEUTICS CORP (UTHR) Group 15 o$110.00
97 Comp. Rating 93 EPS RS 96 ROE 11% 20.3M Shares
DEVELOPS THERAPIES TO TREAT CARDIOVASCULAR, ONCOLOGICAL AND
INFECTIOUS DISEASES.
-3% Ann. EPS Gro PE 61 Avg. Daily Vol 667,000 Debt 0%
Last Qtr Eps +127%6 Prior Qtr +135%5 Last Qtr Sales +32%
2 Qtrs EPS )15%
Eps Due 11/1
R&D 39%
Acc/Dis A-
Sup/Demand 91
THURSDAY VOLUME TOTAL 1,805,000,000
1709 STOCKS ADVANCED ON 1,340,893,000
1200 STOCKS DECLINED ON 438,453,000
129 STOCKS UNCHANGED ON 25,654,000
NASDAQ BLOCK TRADES (10,000 SHARES OR MORE)
25th 24th 23rd 22nd 19th
N/A 6288 6601 5839 14344
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
HOURLY NASDAQ VOLUME & MARKET CHANGES
NYTime Thu Wed Chg Nasdaq Composite.
10 AM 198 210 -12 +29.1 2184.8
11 AM 504 486 +17 +32.5 2188.2
12 PM 719 705 +13 +35.3 2191.0
01 PM 921 877 +43 +47.0 2202.7
02 PM 1160 1088 +72 +48.7 2204.4
03 PM 1398 1311 +87 +34.2 2189.9
04 PM 1827 1763 +63 +30.9 2186.5
TOTAL 1827 1763 +63
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NYSE BLOCK TRADES (10,000 SHARES OR MORE)
NYSE COMPOSITE INDEX % CHANGE DAILY
25th 24th 23rd 22nd 19th
N/A 3814 3116 4228 10847
+2.0% -0.2% -1.7% -3.3% +5.3%
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HOURLY NYSE VOLUME & MARKET CHANGES
NYTime Thu Wed Chg S&P500 Dow Jones Ind.
10 AM 611 561 +50 +17.8 +149.0 10974.2
11 AM 1516 1347 +169 +19.0 +194.5 11019.7
12 PM 2210 1961 +248 +23.1 +214.9 11040.1
01 PM 2895 2410 +485 +30.1 +257.7 11082.9
02 PM 3677 2938 +739 +30.7 +271.4 11096.6
03 PM 4538 3534 +1003 +25.8 +223.1 11048.2
04 PM 5734 4661 +1072 +23.3 +196.8 11022.0
TOTAL 5734 4661 +1072
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SOUTHSIDE BANCSHARES INC (SBSI) Group 19 $25.50
99 Comp. Rating 84 EPS RS 95 ROE 14% 12.2M Shares
HOLDING CO FOR SOUTHSIDE BANK AND FORT WORTH NATIONAL BANK
OPERATING THROUGH 44 OFFICES IN 9 EAST TEXAS COUNTIES.
+9% Ann. EPS Gro PE 16 Avg. Daily Vol 71,000 Debt 19%
Last Qtr Eps +122%5 Prior Qtr +44%5 Last Qtr Sales +38%
3 Qtrs EPS )15%
Eps Due 11/8
Acc/Dis A
Sup/Demand 49
TEAM INC (TISI) Group 32 $36.91
99 Comp. Rating 91 EPS RS 90 ROE 23% 16.5M Shares
PROVIDES SPECIALTY MAINTENANCE AND CONSTRUCTION SERVICES FOR
HIGH TEMPERATURE/PRESSURE PIPING SYSTEMS AND VESSELS
+57% Ann. EPS Gro PE 31 Avg. Daily Vol 205,400 Debt 80%
Last Qtr Eps +52%5 Prior Qtr +15%6 Last Qtr Sales +50%
5 Qtrs EPS )15%
Eps Due 10/3
Acc/Dis B
Sup/Demand 70
PERRIGO CO (PRGO) Group 35 o$38.21
99 Comp. Rating 87 EPS RS 94 ROE 18% 76.4M Shares
DEVELOPS BRANDED OTC PHARMACEUTICALS, GENERIC PRESCRIPTIONS,
ACTIVE PHARMACEUTICALS AND NUTRITIONAL PRODUCTS.
+22% Ann. EPS Gro PE 24 Avg. D. Vol 1,102,500 Debt 96%
Last Qtr Eps +63%6 Prior Qtr +96%5 Last Qtr Sales +34%
5 Qtrs EPS )15%
Eps Due 11/1
R&D 4%
Acc/Dis A-
Sup/Demand 72
URBAN OUTFITTERS INC (URBN) Group 10 o$34.29
99 Comp. Rating 95 EPS RS 94 ROE 20% 110.4M Shares
OPERATES 122 URBAN OUTFITTERS, 108 ANTHROPOLOGIE, AND 15 FREE
PEOPLE STORES IN THE U.S., CANADA, U.K., AND IRELAND.
+15% Ann. EPS Gro PE 30 Avg. D. Vol 3,720,200 Debt 0%
Last Qtr Eps +74%6 Prior Qtr +79%5 Last Qtr Sales +30%
6 Qtrs EPS )15%
Eps Due 11/8
Acc/Dis B+
Sup/Demand 87
64 72 35 A D 27.0 JASolar JASO 14.12 +.47 38 3.0m 24o
34 17 99 E E 62.8 JamesRivr JRCC 26.47 1.80 +26 4.2m ..o
46 64 30 B D+20.1 KeyEngyn r KEG 12.44 ... 23 874 10o
73 76 76 A D60.9 KindrME 7.2 KMP 54.64 +2.00 12 382 37
55 67 78 .. C+57.3 KindMrMg KMR 51.88 +.98 +18 279 39
84 73 60 A C 76.8 LDKSolrn LDK 37.80 +1.38 29 2.0m 14o
58 89 34 B D 59.2 LaynChrst LAYN 36.60 +.49 52 121 15
26 1 40 D D 25.8 LegcyRes 11 LGCY 18.00 +.30 24 70 ..o
32 73 21 E E 33.4 LinnEngy 14 LINE 16.91 +.62 55 449 ..o
53 73 47 B D+70.0 Lubrizol 2.7 LZ 46.24 +.16 21 584 10o
96 87 95 B A95.2 Lufkin 1.2 LUFK 82.23 +2.03 37 136 15
38 86 26 B E 27.0 MagellM 7.6 MGG 17.84 .03+139 604 13o
54 79 48 A D+45.0 MagMids 8.2 MMP 33.60 +.97 +9 151 11o
37 57 34 B C+63.2 Marathn 2.3 MRO 41.56 +1.33 19 6.6m 9o
81 86 56 A E 37.4 MarinerE ME 23.52 .34 29 959 7o
17 23 38 D E 38.5 MarkWst 9 MWE 26.50 +.40 8 179 ..o
83 96 83 C D95.7 MasseyEn .5 MEE 43.57 +2.55 13 6.5m 22o
55 51 76 C D 30.4 MatrixSvc MTRX 21.31 +.51 34 184 27
41 82 8 A D67.1 McDermott MDR 30.07 +.70 15 4.4m 11o
91 73 98 D C+35.5 McmornExp MMR 26.08 +.14 54 585 99
90 77 99 A C+55.9 MexcoEn MXC 20.98 .53 87 3 31
51 71 16 A B22.0 MitchmInd MIND 11.55 +.04 36 67 10
70 97 52 A D101 MurphOil 1.4 MUR.71.65 +.85 33 1.9m 10o
34 63 27 B E 50.6 NaborsInds NBR 26.66 +.35 +11 9.6m 9
59 75 34 B C+60.4 NatcoGpA NTG 41.01 .51 9 212 17
70 98 29 A D92.7 NatlOilVr NOV.56.09 +1.66 15 7.1m 12o
61 95 39 B E 33.0 NGSvcs NGS 17.87 +.52 60 67 15o
58 86 31 A E 41.7 NatRsPt 8.0 NRP 25.85 +.15 20 102 16o
43 70 16 B E 69.8 NewfldExpl NFX 35.83 .77 7 3.0m 10o
67 79 28 A D+42.7 Nexen .7 NXY.25.56 .16 17 3.0m 7o
74 93 54 A D+69.0 Noble .4 NE.49.11 +.02 4 5.2m 9
75 96 26 A D 105 NobleEnr 1.2 NBL 60.12 +.11 18 2.4m 8o
43 73 18 B C+24.5 NoAmEn NOA 11.44 .18 73 53 6
55 79 46 B D63.9 NustarEn 9 NS 43.77 +.59 49 102 13o
58 48 73 B C+38.3 OGEEnrg 4.3 OGE 32.14 +.64 5 444 12
34 84 15 C D19.5 OSGAmn 15 OSP 9.67 .13 15 25 26
49 84 17 B D+110 OYOGeo OYOG 40.41 .16 30 37 15
98 97 78 A C+100 OcciPet 1.6 r OXY.77.88 +1.23 27 6.8m 9o
72 87 38 A B 85.9 Oceanrng OII 58.52 .49 21 921 17o
59 93 39 A E 64.8 OilStIntl r OIS 38.66 +.05 31 826 8o
72 91 65 A E 65.9 ONEOKPtr 7.8 OKS 54.03 +.72 28 83 10o
61 81 51 D C 57.9 OrmatTch .5 ORA 42.26 +.79 +15 289 35o
87 71 90 C A 41.7 PHInv PHIIK 38.45 +.73 43 22 17
97 87 87 A B+40.0 PanhanO .9 r PHX 31.38 .13 22 24 15
60 65 92 .. D82.2 PatriotCn PCX 34.25 1.13 38 1.8m ..o
26 55 35 B E 37.5 PattUTI 3.1 PTEN 20.81 +.48 28 3.6m 9o
79 84 44 B B 88.7 PeabdyEn .5 BTU 50.18 1.26 +15 12m 24o
23 26 52 E D+21.9 Pengrth 15 PGH 16.64 +.06 18 1.0m ..o
97 90 92 A C+81.0 PennVA .4 PVA 59.87 +1.97 42 609 25o
54 89 21 A C+40.5 PenVaGP 6.8 PVG 21.20 1.67 +23 46 15
43 71 24 A D30.2 PennVAR 9 PVR 18.73 .09 +20 162 15
32 20 50 B D 35.5 PennWstE 14 PWE 26.06 +.32 15 1.9m 57o
81 94 96 .. C+27.8 Permian 11 PBT 25.20 +.28 +34 603 14o
49 92 21 A E 62.8 PetroCn 2.2 PCZ 36.08 +.39 +19 2.6m 5o
70 82 70 C B17.0 PetroEnr 2.8 PZE 10.96 +.58 +86 539 8
29 40 34 B C+266 Petchina 3.6 PTR 113.5 +3.79 17 688 12o
79 81 86 C D54.5 Petrohawk HK 25.36 +.52 52 5.1m 35o
78 95 53 A C 64.9 PetrbrsA 1.3 PBRA 39.61 +2.79 0 10m 11
82 95 57 A B77.6 Petrobrs .1 PBR 48.32 +3.02 +1 22m 13o
54 91 37 C D79.1 PetroDev PETD 48.33 +1.99 28 151 16
95 96 73 A B+29.2 PtroqstE PQ.16.48 +.07 49 608 15o
49 49 59 B C 20.8 PnrDrlng PDC 13.96 +.31 47 304 13
92 81 81 A B 82.2 PionrNtr .6 PXD 58.13 +1.45 6 2.4m 14o
94 96 49 A B 22.7 PionSwE 11 PSE 17.44 +.06 8 63 6
28 50 50 D C+57.1 PlainAl 8.3 PAA 42.64 +1.95 +6 414 15o
65 92 19 A D79.9 PlainsEx r PXP 38.17 +1.63 5 2.6m 8o
26 40 41 B E 28.6 PrecDril 8.5 PDS 17.49 +.23 3 1.2m 8o
70 95 50 A C 48.9 PrideIntl PDE 33.46 +.77 28 1.9m 12o
9 3 51 E E 13.6 ProvEngy 13 PVX 9.65 .09 33 758 ..o
15 33 9 D E 17.6 QuestEn 21 QELP 8.12 +.05 59 41 ..
65 93 32 A C 74.9 Questar 1.1 STR 45.88 +1.01 29 1.5m 13o
52 99 27 A E 26.9 QkslvGs 8.0 KGS 17.61 +.36 59 18 30
79 98 26 A B 45.0 Quickslvr KWK.23.06 +.31 26 2.6m 24o
86 60 86 A B+18.9 RPC 1.5 RES 15.73 +.03 5 514 21o
81 92 54 A B 76.8 RangeRes .3 RRC.48.14 +.23 6 3.9m 25o
36 73 23 D D+34.8 RegncyE 9 RGNC 19.23 +.23 +27 441 99
96 99 74 A C+29.5 ReneSolan SOL 14.07 +.87 30 1.5m 12o
67 82 50 A B44.9 Repsol 1.9 REP 31.64 +2.31+122 1.8m 7o
87 73 97 D B29.9 RexEngyn REXX 19.50 +.54 8 516 ..
84 73 58 A C+29.7 RosettaR ROSE 19.62 +.34 34 345 10o
61 84 40 A D 47.9 Rowan 1.2 RDC.33.95 +.98 +37 5.3m 7o
38 90 38 .. E 88.7 RoyDShA 4.2 RDSA 64.29 +1.57 5 2.2m 5
34 91 38 .. E 87.9 RoyDShB 5.1 RDSB 62.59 +1.27 30 358 5
82 91 92 .. D 70.8 SabnRylt 12 SBR 61.97 +2.44 55 23 12
48 57 81 .. D47.3 SanJuanB 13 SJT 39.69 +.69 38 105 16o
41 73 12 B E 69.4 Sandrdgen SD.24.24 +.40 51 1.5m 43o
69 96 47 A D+67.9 Sasol 3.6 SSL 43.97 +2.27 +18 1.0m 8o
78 89 54 A C+114 Schlmbrg 1.0 r SLB 88.02 +1.79 21 9.0m 19
72 63 65 B B97.8 SeacorHldg CKH 83.20 +.20 57 113 9
82 92 60 A D 88.4 Smith .7 SII 65.87 +1.34 39 2.7m 19
56 73 28 B B40.2 Solarfun SOLF 13.05 +.07 63 1.6m 14o
96 98 88 A C 52.7 SouthwstEn SWN 35.39 +.70 38 4.6m 33o
84 83 76 A B29.2 Spectra 3.9 r SE 25.71 +1.61 +27 4.7m 13
42 65 42 B D 27.9 Spectra 6.8 SEP 20.05 +.31+234 157 14
41 51 32 D B26.8 Spire SPIR 11.96 +.46 +20 77 ..
82 97 52 A E 65.6 StMaryLE .3 SM.38.73 +.38 39 800 8
61 94 38 A D43.3 Statoil 2.6 STO 26.29 +.35 +27 1.9m 7o
84 82 57 A C 74.0 StoneEgy r SGY 46.75 +1.59 49 477 5o
70 91 54 A D74.3 SuncrEr .4 SU 47.22 +1.29 21 5.8m 15o
34 37 38 B B 78.8 Sunoco 3.0 SUN 40.63 +1.91 58 2.2m 20o
83 89 72 B C+59.5 SunocoLg 7.8 SXL 47.89 +2.58 +26 66 11k
87 68 90 A C+164 SunPower SPWR 94.84 +1.54 39 1.7m 55
93 98 74 A B90.0 SuntechP STP 43.18 +.96 21 3.7m 29o
70 92 43 A D57.8 SuperEgry SPN 35.14 +.75 34 953 9o
81 59 88 A B35.8 SuperWell SWSI 27.67 +.60 38 188 21
93 98 52 A C+68.5 SwiftErgy SFY.42.59 +.73 46 497 5o
58 54 61 A C+37.7 TCPipeln 8.6 TCLP 32.66 +1.23 40 37 12
40 91 33 .. C+42.9 TELOffs 11 TELOZ 18.85 .04 30 32 7
62 95 34 A D 84.8 T3Engy TTES.41.93 +.04 32 161 15
86 73 73 C B 15.3 TXCORes TXCO 10.84 .12 35 360 24o
62 94 39 A D25.7 Talismn 1.2 TLM 16.09 .20 6 6.1m 9o
29 73 24 C E 30.8 TargaRes 11 NGLS 18.20 +.35 33 224 11o
30 52 33 B E 40.8 TeppcoP 10 TPP 27.77 +1.17 21 322 15
58 91 50 .. D+36.8 Tesco TESO 23.33 .12 5 233 24o
16 8 22 B B66.0 Tesoro 2.0 TSO 19.87 +1.09 +4 9.3m ..o
48 70 29 B C+25.0 TetraTech TTI 14.67 +.17 68 292 14
81 76 69 A B71.3 Tidewatr 1.7 r TDW 58.26 .41 7 1.3m 8o
69 91 39 A D 91.3 TotalSA 4.2 TOT 65.34 +1.83 +1 2.7m 7o
64 79 68 B C+43.9 TransCda 3.8 TRP 36.55 +.42 22 273 15
48 76 31 B B 34.5 TrnsMon 10 TLP 21.99 .31 45 19 11
81 96 59 A C+163 Transocn RIG.127.0 +2.53 32 4.9m 9o
79 99 30 A B 68.3 TrinaSol TSL 29.65 +.63 39 791 11o
73 97 31 A D102 UltraPt UPL 59.79 +1.42 39 1.9m 31o
45 81 34 C D+42.1 Ultrapar 5.5 UGP 28.61 +1.61 37 67 18
12 40 16 C E 22.7 UnionDrll UDRL 11.20 +.01 23 169 13
76 93 58 A C+88.2 Unit Corp UNT 53.29 .09 49 505 8o
21 35 23 B C+75.8 ValeroEn 1.7 r VLO 35.71 +1.71 5 12m 8o
86 98 51 B B 24.4 Venoco VQ 15.09 +.50 70 101 14
75 91 53 A E 60.0 WTOffshr .4 WTI 31.44 +1.13 26 949 7o
76 73 38 A B15.4 WarrenRes WRES 10.75 +.26 30 342 18
58 94 27 A E 50.0 WeathIntl WFT 28.87 .64 +11 12m 15
67 96 47 A E 17.5 WstnGas 8.6 WES 13.95 +.25 47 91 24
33 9 68 .. B 24.5 Westmrlnd WLB 15.80 +.76 33 37 ..
95 94 93 A D 112 7WhitingP WLL 79.54 +.34 45 628 14o
11 1 38 .. E 25.3 Whiting 34 WHX 17.43 .07 67 44 99
67 73 52 C B47.9 Willbros WG 32.04 +.46 42 417 23o
34 26 68 .. B11.3 WillCoal 14 WTU 9.56 .14 64 10 11
57 98 24 A C+40.8 WmsCo 1.7 WMB 26.03 +1.02 5 9.0m 11o
71 99 31 A B45.8 WmsPtrs 9 WPZ 26.86 +1.22 43 251 9
26 66 35 .. E 20.8 WmsPipl 8.6 WMZ 14.37 +.41 36 78 3
78 85 69 B C+45.1 WldFuel .6 INT 25.60 +.04 30 214 9o
90 84 54 A B 73.7 XTOEnrgy .9 XTO 51.72 +1.72 34 11m 13
62 93 26 A E 23.4 Yanzhou 1.9 YZC 12.71 +.15 20 400 7
65 99 14 A C+41.5 Yinglin YGE 13.19 +.08 47 1.6m 15
6. COMP SFTWR
51 50 68 E B+26.2 ACIWwde ACIW 18.36 +.23 22 299 ..o
92 93 89 A B19.3 ActivsnBlz ATVI 16.12 +.01 27 7.2m 24o
79 86 73 A C+48.5 AdobeSys r ADBE 39.83 +.38 24 5.0m 20o
68 82 55 C B 58.3 AdvntSftw r ADVS 37.94 +.98 +3 440 56o
69 68 57 B D28.1 Allscrpts MDRX 12.76 +.39 46 531 27o
91 96 73 A C 49.9 Ansys ANSS.39.82 +.88 49 573 25o
41 25 71 D D+13.0 ArcSightn ARST 8.30 .05 67 68 99
99 82 92 A B+47.87Athenahltn ATHN 35.70 1.00 28 222 99o
83 88 54 A B51.3 Autodesk r ADSK 34.21 +.61 36 2.6m 16o
92 93 52 A B+40.9 BMCSftwr BMC 29.99 1.37 +29 3.4m 14o
87 85 42 A B+30.2 Blckbaud 2.0 BLKB 19.88 +.44 +33 606 21
73 50 82 A B 49.9 Blkboard BBBB 40.41 +.07 51 198 53o
51 78 25 B B53.4 BluCoat BCSI 15.92 +.36 65 338 13o
46 73 53 B E 16.4 Bottmline r EPAY 10.25 .18 40 73 16
81 85 49 A C+28.1 CAInc .8 CA 20.77 .58 +24 6.2m 15o
95 94 73 C B+65.9 Cerner r CERN 47.59 +.27 26 528 25
84 79 73 A B26.8 CheckPtSf r CHKP 23.20 +.64 20 2.1m 13
62 99 6 A C+55.3 ChinaDign r STV 8.69 +.25 52 188 11o
76 67 48 A C+43.9 CitrixSys r CTXS 28.42 +.24 +2 4.2m 20
76 88 28 A C 23.0 CommVlt CVLT 12.69 .81 +11 482 22
94 70 97 B B+30.1 CmptrPr 5.0 CPSI 28.83 +.31+267 351 22k
94 93 93 B D+11.9 Compuwr r CPWR 10.24 .20 7 3.3m 15o
98 99 95 A B+50.0 ConcurTch r CNQR 41.34 +.54 22 909 66o
51 74 48 B D+88.7 DSTSys r DST 57.71 +.54 44 383 15k
59 62 49 B B50.4 DealerTrk r TRAK 18.21 +.79 30 469 18
61 73 56 .. B 20.6 DemandTn DMAN 9.27 +.39 52 50 92k
32 34 25 A D 26.5 DoubTake DBTK 10.99 .54 +62 455 16
59 74 45 B B20.7 EPIQSys EPIQ 13.52 +.37 38 231 24k
94 60 82 B B 26.3 Eclipsys ECLP 22.07 +.18 +40 1.1m 24o
25 27 33 B D61.6 ElecArts ERTS 39.23 .23 1 5.2m 46o
80 76 45 A C+18.9 eResearch ERES 11.52 +.51 11 668 27o
50 54 68 C B40.6 FairIsa .3 r FIC 23.99 +.07 13 518 13o
69 65 73 B D 17.8 FundTech FNDT 13.75 +.23 51 14 19
17 29 6 C E 14.9 GuidSoft r GUID 4.87 .19 +53 220 69
90 73 77 D B+16.4 HLTHCorp HLTH 12.17 +.37 +33 1.2m 64o
39 5 81 .. B 18.8 i2Tech ITWO 13.22 +.12 78 85 18
91 81 59 A B19.3 Informatca r INFA 14.95 +.03 28 918 19
57 75 19 B B 30.2 IntactInt ININ 9.79 .14 44 95 17o
79 56 86 B B+33.1 Intuit r INTU 31.47 +.23 16 3.7m 19o
67 78 39 B C+25.5 JDASfwr JDAS 15.86 +.12 42 193 11k
52 65 50 A D+29.2 JackHn 1.5 r JKHY 20.55 +.55 29 739 17o
81 94 38 A D+34.5 KenexaCp r KNXA 16.46 +.11 67 131 12
65 97 31 A C 35.2 LongtopFn LFT 15.49 .38 70 26 21
40 22 64 E B+14.5 MSCSfwr MSCS 11.73 +.11 30 158 99o
58 38 61 B A27.5 Macrvsn MVSN 15.72 .75 +66 1.8m 21o
78 82 50 B C+30.5 ManhAssc MANH 22.17 +.29 53 145 14k
90 81 82 A C+41.7 McAfee r MFE 36.24 +.49 3 2.0m 19o
97 90 72 B A 24.0 MedAssetn MDAS 17.16 .22 1 147 78
46 45 43 D A 16.5 MentrGrp MENT 10.50 +.17 51 773 17
69 68 58 A C 37.5 Micrsft 2.0 MSFT 26.61 +.89 +31 95m 14o
46 52 32 B D 112 MicroStr r MSTR 58.88 +.02 41 102 13o
60 95 42 B E 17.7 Monotypen TYPE 11.02 +.33 33 72 34
90 75 88 B C+63.6 NDSGrp NNDS 56.95 +.60 80 21 20
99 99 83 A B 16.1 Netscout NTCT.11.40 +.25 36 218 20
73 96 37 A C+22.6 NuanceCm NUAN 14.09 +.58 32 2.1m 18o
98 88 91 A B+39.1 OpenText OTEX.35.04 .31 15 920 17o
87 44 98 D B+14.4 OpnetTech r OPNT 12.80 +.11 38 53 99
97 93 69 A C+23.6 Oracle ORCL 20.47 +.52 +5 40m 14o
81 97 20 A B+20.7 ProsHldgn r PRO 9.04 +.19 41 156 18
97 93 86 A B21.5 ParmTch r PMTC 18.78 +.41 26 1.5m 14o
74 69 86 C C 15.1 Pegsys .9 PEGA 12.88 .42 10 94 44
98 66 88 B B+25.3 PhaseFwd PFWD 21.06 +.50 6 335 26k
47 73 26 C D17.6 PhnxTch PTEC 8.68 +.23 15 240 24k
73 76 58 B D34.0 ProgSftw PRGS 25.98 +.41 26 205 13
99 96 97 A B+47.9 QualtyS 2.8 QSII .43.11 +.89 63 135 28o
77 55 51 B B 18.9 QuestSoft QSFT 13.31 .25 +58 1.9m 17o
68 88 39 A C+24.8 RedHat RHT 16.37 1.53+200 6.2m 21o
66 70 85 C C+15.9 RenscLr 2.0 r RLRN 13.75 +.07 25 29 39k
52 47 51 E C+23.4 RightNow RNOW 12.03 +.65 +23 327 ..
98 71 88 A B+59.9 SAPAG 1.0 SAP 57.58 +.41 55 1.2m 25
71 85 30 A D+45.0 SPSS SPSS 28.88 .14 54 127 13
91 81 94 .. C 17.4 SXCHlth SXCI 16.82 +.08 43 18 23
79 73 51 C B+75.2 Salesforc CRM 52.04 +1.05 28 2.0m 99o
74 53 82 A B11.4 SkillSoft r SKIL 9.82 .28 +16 520 25
97 70 93 A B 31.6 SoleraHdn SLH 28.78 +.19 22 467 23
51 7 82 .. B 15.3 SuccessFn SFSF 11.93 .01 35 158 ..
98 89 93 A B37.0 Sybase r SY 32.48 +.97 +56 1.8m 16o
89 91 85 B C+22.8 Symantec SYMC 19.66 +.03 30 9.6m 14o
51 73 17 B B+48.0 Synchron r SNCR 10.44 .12 69 177 13o
58 63 45 A C 29.1 Synopsys SNPS 20.76 +.48 +20 1.8m 12o
35 73 28 D D+28.0 TakeTwoIS TTWO 16.22 +.02 26 1.3m 7x
85 67 59 A B+34.2 TaleoA TLEO 19.96 +.83 46 218 34
68 46 48 B B 41.7 UltimtStwr r ULTI 29.01 +.74 28 388 50o
57 85 25 A B 44.3 VscoData VDSI 11.27 +.20 32 378 19o
50 75 29 B D+42.5 Verisign VRSN 27.34 +1.47 +6 4.9m 26o
57 98 8 A E 125 VMware VMW 30.90 +1.93 29 1.7m 32o
97 66 87 A A 41.5 Vocus VOCS.34.10 .74 1 279 54k
90 96 78 C C+13.4 WindRivr r WIND 10.01 +.06 +11 1.2m 23
60 44 72 B B19.4 Yuchengn YTEC 11.88 +.29 54 85 17o
7. FINANCE
99 99 90 A B 20.4 Cybrsrce r CYBS.17.34 +.07 1 796 30
99 98 96 A B 19.0 EzcorpClA EZPW.16.38 +.09 52 381 14o
31 30 34 B D 43.5 AdmFPrvd 6.6 PVD 24.72 .15 90 1 7k
55 75 31 A C+28.7 AerCap AER 12.45 .26 +21 522 4o
62 68 48 A C+136 AffiltMgrs r AMG 85.75 2.32 60 404 12o
51 55 44 A B36.7 Aircastl 14 AYR 10.35 +.13 9 725 5o
90 82 83 A B80.87AlliancDta r ADS 63.49 .51 55 834 15
27 58 14 B D92.9 AlliBern 9 AB 41.61 +.61 41 363 10o
55 78 29 B B31.1 AlliedCp 18 ALD 13.83 1.17 39 966 10o
50 46 50 B B+46.1 AmCpLtd 15 r ACAS 27.02 +.85 29 2.8m 8o
48 46 42 B B63.6 AmerExp 1.9 AXP 37.83 +.33 56 7.7m 12
89 66 86 B B23.9 APhysSv 1.4 AMPH 21.92 +.27 49 12 7
56 57 42 C B 69.3 Amerprs 1.6 r AMP 41.41 +.66 10 2.8m 10o
81 70 85 B B 22.0 ApollInv 11 AINV 17.77 +.85 35 894 10o
72 66 51 A B 17.5 AresCap 15 ARCC 10.98 +.12 13 867 7
54 13 87 C B14.7 AssetAcc AACC 12.39 +.71 11 129 19o
92 90 77 A B249 Blackrck 1.6 BLK 191.4 5.55 +13 808 21
36 23 46 C B+29.8 Blackst 7.2 r BX 16.60 .22 +14 1.9m ..o
71 30 90 C B+26.7 BlckH&R 2.6 r HRB 23.18 +.06 59 1.2m 16o
43 49 36 B D 24.2 BrdrdgF 1.7 BR 16.45 .19 +34 1.1m 10
32 63 33 .. E 21.6 BrkfInf 6.9 BIP 15.30 .05 +69 68 ..
68 97 36 A E 20.4 CAIIntln CAP 10.95 +.22 44 71 8
76 89 31 A B 714 CMEGrp 1.2 r CME 378.9+12.09 36 873 21o
72 76 77 C B 34.6 Calamos 2.2 CLMS 20.20 +1.77 25 190 14k
72 39 85 B B+73.6 CaptlOne 3.0 r COF 49.80 2.69 +48 20m 8
97 97 86 B B 48.9 CashAmer .4 CSH 37.38 +.88 48 309 12o
71 45 72 B A41.0 CohenStr 3.1 CNS 28.59 +.84 4 269 18o
89 83 63 A D+31.5 CreditAcc CACC 19.94 .73 10 21 9
50 30 75 .. B 69.9 CrdSuis 3.0 CS 51.93 +1.21 44 744 99o
64 42 72 B B 23.5 Discove 1.6 r DFS 14.82 .40 42 4.1m 7
76 92 25 A B+33.0 DollarFin r DLLR 15.66 .71+158 774 7o
94 73 93 D A22.8 DuffPhlpn DUF 20.76 .28 +3 56 29
58 59 47 B B50.0 EatnVan 1.8 r EV 33.29 +.39 62 541 18o
72 48 74 B B 16.0 ElctrRnt 4.2 ELRC 14.13 +.45 34 38 17k
87 63 99 C A14.2 EncoreCap ECPG 13.50 .11 48 97 12
64 18 69 A B 15.0 Epoch 1.1 r EPHC 10.94 +.10 71 17 26
87 71 74 A B40.2 Equifax .5 r EFX 35.02 +.48 13 877 14
62 79 34 B C 33.3 EuronetWW EEFT 16.81 +.03 25 416 13o
68 98 10 A C 53.3 FCStonen r FCSX 17.35 +.50 66 230 10o
7 80 1 C E 34.9 FedAgric 8.5 AGM 4.70 .55+497 736 1
60 60 43 A C+45.0 FedInvs 3.0 FII 31.74 +1.33 72 601 13o
75 69 59 B B27.0 FidNInfo 1.0 r FIS 19.91 +.43 36 1.3m 8
82 67 82 B B 30.5 FinlFedl 2.5 FIF 24.20 .44+136 472 12
66 57 75 A E 25.3 FstCshFinl r FCFS 15.00 +.02 38 211 16
93 85 79 A B56.8 Fiserv r FISV 50.51 +.85 29 1.3m 16o
30 16 65 E B 24.7 Fortress 6.7 FIG 13.50 +.51 +52 906 ..o
72 66 60 A B 143 FrankRes .8 r BEN 95.89 +.89 59 820 13o
69 84 64 B D 51.5 GATX 2.8 r GMT 38.56 +.45 46 343 11o
54 96 2 A D+25.8 GFIGrp 5.0 GFIG 4.00 .19 +1 2.5m 4o
53 69 28 A E 12.8 GSCInvn 20 GNV 7.47 .42 +20 34 5k
60 34 73 B B73.4 GAMCO .2 GBL 54.11 +.30 71 32 23
44 70 23 B C 25.4 GenesisL 15 GLS 10.00 ... +18 351 8
97 83 85 A B 49.9 GloblPay .2 GPN.47.37 +.92 54 313 23
92 69 94 B B+92.9 Greenhi 2.4 r GHL 74.16 +1.41 +48 498 18o
95 81 82 B A33.07HrtldPay 1.4 HPY 25.35 +.24 18 235 23
35 67 23 .. D+35.9 IntrctBrkn IBKR 21.09 +.23 60 468 10o
64 99 12 A D+194 IntcntlEx ICE 79.90 +4.80 67 778 18o
81 73 70 C C+37.7 IntlAsst r IAAC 26.00 +.42 39 27 9
68 63 59 B B32.3 Invesco 2.3 r IVZ 23.86 .07 58 2.5m 14
63 80 30 A D 53.4 InvTech ITG 31.22 +.10 59 339 11o
71 69 46 B B+37.1 JanusCap .2 JNS 23.35 +1.75 54 2.1m 19o
63 23 88 D B 29.7 JeffrsGp r JEF 21.35 .55 55 1.1m ..
56 23 96 D C+45.6 KBWInc KBW 30.20 +1.20 65 128 ..o
20 23 34 E D 26.7 KaynAEn 9 KED 18.22 +.71 21 41 ..k
89 84 73 C B 19.8 KnightCap NITE 15.17 +.62 48 1.1m 12
58 21 91 .. B 52.9 LazardL .9 LAZ 42.40 +.09 51 588 17o
34 51 26 B C+88.2 LeggMs 2.3 LM 41.65 +1.00 55 1.7m 7o
78 79 71 B D36.6 LenderPS LPS 30.23 +.31 +5 868 10
94 93 75 B B+58.0 M&FWorld r MFW 43.58 .33 33 65 14
47 45 33 B C 38.4 MSCIIncn MXB 24.86 +.55 64 289 32
52 43 72 .. B+19.3 MVCCap 3.2 MVC 15.13 +.08 9 101 58
87 98 56 A C 320 MastrCd .3 MA.190.4 3.99 +5 4.4m 25o
89 79 87 B B+36.0 McGthR 2.8 r MGRC 29.09 +.43 23 69 16
16 23 14 E B77.9 MerrlLyn 5.4 MER 26.11 .34 35 40m ..o
76 58 72 B C+26.5 Metavnten MV 21.94 +.17 40 222 14o
75 62 84 B B 26.1 MobileMini MINI 22.03 +.13 45 156 15o
54 16 74 B B 18.0 NGPCap 10 NGPC 15.85 +.01 +1 115 16
61 95 14 A B95.3 NYSEEur 3.1 r NYX 39.19 +1.24 53 2.7m 12o
92 99 61 A B+50.5 NasdaqOMX NDAQ 32.20 +.84 33 2.5m 17o
85 88 58 A B+33.8 Net1UEPS UEPS 23.55 .15 15 308 15o
41 23 61 E B19.0 Nomura 2.0 NMR 14.20 .45 3 448 ..
32 88 12 .. B32.8 OchZif 10 OZM 13.01 .39 +16 466 7o
52 40 24 B B+49.4 OppenHl 1.7 OPY 25.54 +.13 11 56 7
45 68 43 .. B123 Orix 1.7 IX 66.90 4.10 39 18 9
35 73 28 E B27.1 PHHCorp PHH 13.70 .40 51 277 37
85 69 88 B C 19.9 PensonW r PNSN 13.85 +.02 61 134 10
95 66 85 A A+54.9 PortRec PRAA 45.22 .31 43 100 15
89 76 82 A B 70.2 PrceTR 1.7 r TROW 57.99 .71 47 1.8m 23
85 94 67 A E 17.4 Prospct 11 PSEC 13.61 +.60 +58 280 6
88 69 83 B B 38.3 RaymJam 1.5 r RJF 29.70 ... 46 1.1m 14
34 36 35 B B18.7 RescAm 3.0 REXI 9.26 .06 35 43 11
94 95 81 B B+26.47RiskMetn RMG 22.33 .70 54 120 69
74 79 84 C B76.6 Ryder 1.5 r R 61.89 +1.89 +4 1.3m 13o
60 69 47 A D+33.1 SEI .7 r SEIC 22.30 .69 57 538 16
10 10 19 D C 53.7 SLM SLM 14.58 .52 61 3.4m 15
96 78 98 C ANH SWSGrp 1.7 r SWS 21.44 +.16 45 160 18
97 93 88 A B+28.8 Schwb 1.0 r SCHW 23.57 +1.12 52 6.4m 22
75 89 43 A D 86.6 StateStr 1.6 STT 60.00 +6.90 31 4.7m 11
92 69 96 B A60.6 StifelFin SF 45.44 2.77+197 1.2m 18o
21 9 37 C C 193 StdntLn 6.2 STU 93.00 1.76 58 12 15k
78 76 74 B D 25.4 TNSInc TNS 19.33 .33 23 145 14
87 93 62 A B 28.4 TALIntl 7.6 TAL 21.84 +.28 6 112 11
78 73 53 A B 18.2 thnkoswm SWIM 8.84 +.17 62 281 9o
54 69 28 B C 29.5 TotalSys 1.5 TSS 18.30 +.34 +15 1.1m 13
96 98 83 A B 14.5 Triangl 11 TCAP 12.62 +.08 50 9 9
30 53 12 B C+24.5 USGlbl 2.4 GROW 10.05 +.49 33 101 14o
69 58 75 B B 50.0 VeriFone PAY 17.54 +.84 10 1.5m 99o
81 65 74 B C+89.8 Visan .7 V.64.60 1.08 45 5.9m ..o
54 63 29 A D 38.0 WaddllR 3.1 WDR 24.63 .18 56 751 15k
95 78 88 A C 28.6 WstnUn .2 r WU 25.40 .45 51 3.7m 20
97 84 95 A A53.3 WestwdH 2.6 WHG 47.00 +.24 48 15 20
96 87 89 A C+46.0 WrldAcptc WRLD 37.05 .47 54 135 11k
92 79 72 A B 41.1 WrightExp r WXS 29.18 .02 51 177 14
8. ELECTRONICS
99 95 90 A B45.5 FLIRSystms FLIR.37.17 +1.10 29 1.1m 35o
50 73 29 A D+21.4 AUOpt 4.9 AUO 11.94 +.24 7 3.0m 3
96 87 97 B C+35.67AeroVir AVAV.32.74 +1.17 21 185 31o
81 92 55 B B39.3 Agilent r A 30.78 +.04 +94 4.6m 15o
94 94 78 A B52.3 AmphenlA .1 r APH.43.36 .27 +38 2.1m 19
78 90 66 B B87.0 Anixter r AXE 60.91 +1.42 36 360 9
95 67 97 D A18.9 AppldSg 2.8 APSG 17.74 ... 13 76 28
96 81 94 C B 27.8 ArgonST STST 24.68 +.03 36 86 27
51 75 38 C C 45.0 ArrowElec r ARW 28.57 +.84 9 971 8
48 77 32 C D+44.4 Avnet AVT 25.13 +.93 +24 1.7m 7o
98 90 99 B B+79.7 AxsysTech AXYS 63.57 +.57 50 86 37
51 20 75 C B36.6 BelfusB 1.0 BELFB 28.14 .09 8 38 19
27 50 35 E B+25.1 BenchmrkEl r BHE 14.64 .02 +4 751 11
83 52 84 B B21.0 CPIIntl r CPII 14.89 +.01 54 15 12
86 93 91 C B14.0 CTS 1.0 r CTS 12.45 .02 50 102 13k
75 99 49 A C+33.6 ChinaSecn CSR 14.69 +.82 42 304 10o
90 92 71 B B 28.1 Cognex 2.9 r CGNX.20.80 +.27 62 156 21
85 83 94 D A38.5 Coherentn COHR 35.41 +.22 +14 188 21o
82 64 84 B B+18.0 ColemanC CCIX 11.94 .06 +10 25 14
55 97 20 A E 28.1 Corning 1.2 r GLW 16.69 +.13 44 11m 9o
55 22 69 D B+50.7 Cubic .7 CUB 27.33 +.27 49 67 18
98 93 94 C B 80.3 DRSTech .2 DRS 77.88 +.78 +35 788 18o
82 85 56 A B89.2 Danaher .2 DHR 70.91 .94 12 1.9m 17
76 79 49 A C+88.4 Dionex DNEX 63.88 +1.37 36 86 22
96 91 70 B B64.2 ElbitSy 1.4 ESLT 53.52 +1.35 24 20 18
43 6 78 B C+34.5 FEI FEIC 25.01 +1.09 +6 407 26
42 49 25 B C+50.3 FaroTech FARO 21.57 .69 +8 178 16o
56 91 10 A D+27.7 FushiCopn FSIN 10.30 +.40 54 96 8o
59 17 96 E C+20.4 HerleyInds r HRLY 17.23 .12 +52 93 86k
90 83 84 B A22.77HtWC 1.8 r HWCC 18.74 +.24 44 102 12o
98 94 85 A A22.47IPGPhot IPGP 20.02 +.04 16 243 27o
99 94 93 A A48.3 IIVI IIVI .41.03 .28 1 233 25
94 89 80 A B 112 ItronInc ITRI 97.99 +3.09 12 450 29o
18 72 26 D E 25.3 JabilC 2.6 JBL 10.69 .12 +96 8.4m 9
92 83 78 C B115 L3Comm 1.2 r LLL 100.4 +1.25 26 679 15o
37 73 16 A D31.3 LGDispl 1.8 LPL 13.59 +.68 3 961 3
91 92 92 B B 16.3 LaBargeInc LB 15.32 .03 45 31 16
79 64 73 C B 39.2 Littelfuse LFUS 33.50 +.94 22 97 20o
91 78 87 B A46.3 MTSSys 1.4 r MTSC 41.79 +.53 28 79 18
67 99 54 D C+24.4 Matsus 1.9 r MC 18.18 .02 +55 565 13
83 44 96 D A14.8 MaxwllTch MXWL 13.34 +.55 28 88 ..o
68 71 54 B B28.8 MeasSpcl MEAS 17.84 .26 7 56 14
51 79 26 B C+16.9 Methode 3.1 r MEI 8.99 +.18 +27 315 7
92 89 77 A B119 MettlerTole MTD 100.8 +2.60 +45 467 19
77 78 66 C B+30.6 Molex 2.5 MOLX 24.04 +.71 8 1.2m 16
75 78 60 C B+28.0 MolxA 2.8 MOLXA 22.13 +.36+105 420 15k
59 80 40 C B29.2 MultFnElc MFLX 16.33 +.21 60 115 11o
89 92 73 A B 39.6 NVE NVEC 28.57 +.34 53 22 18k
8 26 26 D E 14.1 NamTai 10 NTE 8.79 .02 40 108 9o
77 78 69 C B 37.2 ParkElc 1.2 PKE 26.82 .17 +18 128 15k
86 87 71 B C+30.0 Perknelm 1.1 PKI 26.08 +.26 46 664 18
87 73 94 D B 15.4 PhotnDy PHTN 13.30 .08 72 95 47o
70 76 71 B B 33.2 Plantron .9 r PLT 23.04 +.10 +21 531 13
59 96 33 C C+32.5 Plexus r PLXS 21.81 +.23 42 332 10
33 42 48 C C+17.5 Radisys RSYS 8.97 .16 43 76 20
50 78 21 A C+73.9 RockwlA 3.1 r ROK 37.68 +.99 22 1.2m 9o
75 74 68 B B48.8 RofinSinar RSTI 34.70 +.06 58 144 17o
73 65 75 D B19.4 Stoneridge SRI 12.46 .55 42 106 14
55 93 46 B E 15.8 TTMTch TTMI 10.49 +.08 44 289 11
90 88 74 A B62.8 ThermoFis TMO 56.01 +1.72 +14 3.0m 19o
90 87 71 A B62.2 ThomasBett TNB 41.19 +.97 12 631 11
58 87 38 B E 40.3 TycoEle 2.0 r TEL 28.38 +.13 21 2.6m 11o
50 67 26 B B 78.3 Varian r VARI 42.47 .58 +26 463 15
55 81 41 E B20.5 VeecoInst VECO 14.54 +.06 50 166 53
25 12 34 D A15.8 Vicor 3.3 VICR 9.11 +.42 +22 121 99
77 87 59 A E 81.8 Waters WAT .59.28 +2.24 +27 1.3m 19
65 85 61 B D51.0 WescoIntl r WCC 35.90 +.88 39 413 7
48 26 83 E B 13.9 Zygo ZIGO 12.38 .04 +49 75 77
9. MACHINERY
68 98 29 A D 33.4 ABB ABB 20.63 +.24 +31 7.6m 13o
92 90 92 A C+48.5 AZZ AZZ.38.40 2.50+145 564 14
67 88 45 A D 37.2 Actuant .1 ATU 26.87 +1.30 +34 647 13
93 94 70 B B+18.8 AltraHld AIMC 15.38 .21 54 110 16
29 49 34 D E 47.5 AmSprcnd AMSC 22.39 +.97 67 399 ..o
83 91 58 A C 53.1 Ametek .6 r AME.41.39 +.17 27 586 17k
59 88 45 B C 60.4 AstecInd ASTE 31.62 .18 70 101 11
95 90 88 B C 62.7 BadgerM .9 BMI .46.84 +1.80 50 116 29k
75 85 62 A C+45.2 BaldrEle 2.2 BEZ 31.60 +.77 28 557 14o
56 32 79 E B 27.0 BrigStrt 5.0 BGG 17.53 .05 43 662 99
78 99 53 A B79.5 Bucyrus .2 BUCY 46.50 1.21 35 1.6m 20o
44 52 54 B D68.8 Cascade 1.9 r CAE 43.01 +1.55 38 61 11
71 91 40 A B86.0 Caterplr 2.7 CAT 61.96 +.22 +5 7.6m 10
98 94 81 C B66.7 Circor .3 CIR 49.90 +.25 56 106 16
89 76 86 B C 44.3 Clarcor .8 CLC 39.00 .28 5 351 21
87 96 35 A B28.4 Colfaxn CFX.17.25 .92 45 193 9
65 72 59 C B 33.9 ClmbMckn CMCO 25.01 +.05 30 113 11
84 86 67 A C+57.3 CooprInd 2.3 r CBE 42.35 +.03 3 1.6m 12
98 97 98 A C 68.3 DXPEnterpr DXPE.59.90 +2.15 21 127 18
93 80 78 A B+52.3 Donalds 1.0 DCI 44.63 +.72 0 532 21o
85 85 56 B C 54.6 Dover 2.4 r DOV 42.15 +.10 +19 1.9m 11o
51 61 60 D B 27.0 EncorWi .4 WIRE 18.26 .37 62 187 22
92 90 66 A D 13.3 EnrgyRec ERII 9.15 +.40 46 190 57
64 97 36 B D+37.7 EnerSys ENS.20.06 +.07 51 473 12o
98 90 86 A C 43.7 EnPro r NPO 38.37 +.30 51 152 9o
91 97 58 A C 145 Flowser 1.1 r FLS.94.64 +.32 50 559 15o
53 54 12 A B85.7 FosterWh r FWLT 39.47 +.45 +17 4.8m 12o
89 81 90 C A54.6 FrankElc 1.1 FELE.44.50 .02 9 162 24
94 73 99 B C 61.2 FuelSys FSYS.51.87 +3.85 41 505 36o
94 97 68 B A 34.5 FuelTech FTEK 19.79 .80 61 213 58o
77 92 50 B E 57.9 GardnrDen r GDI 36.25 .05 +44 1.1m 9o
27 26 21 B D+32.9 Gencorn GENC 8.10 .15 74 12 4
51 95 15 A E 83.5 GenlCable BGC .39.82 +1.95 +11 1.3m 8o
97 90 94 B A46.5 Gormanr 1.0 GRC 40.84 +1.14 40 60 25
84 75 62 A B 42.2 Graco 2.1 r GGG 35.09 .33 32 414 14o
98 99 98 A D 109 Graham .3 GHM.62.25 .37 69 79 17
62 75 28 A B28.0 HarbinElec HRBN 12.28 +.15 +46 72 10
31 47 50 D B38.5 Hardinge 1.4 HDNG 14.03 +.01 66 22 27
48 82 37 C E 58.3 HubbllB 3.8 r HUBB 37.00 .25 +14 358 9
72 86 43 A B60.4 Hurco HURC 33.44 .47 69 33 8
83 80 62 B D40.8 IDEX 1.5r IEX 32.62 +.79 17 586 16k
75 88 30 B B55.9 IngersRd 2.2 IR 32.49 .14 18 3.0m 9o
63 35 82 D B19.2 InsitfTch INSU 16.00 +.50 45 140 21
73 95 48 A D45.0 Jinpan .9 JST 26.87 +1.30 52 19 11
60 90 32 A C+90.0 JoyGlbl 1.4 r JOYG 50.41 .21 28 2.3m 16o
49 85 36 B B45.7 KHDHum KHD 22.85 +.51+129 460 10o
69 82 56 B C+45.6 Kennmetl 1.6 KMT 30.78 +.57 38 531 11
42 52 30 B D 39.5 KeyTech KTEC 24.76 +.62 43 18 18
77 89 57 B D 87.0 LincnElc 1.5 LECO 67.00 +.25 5 324 13
38 98 6 A E 51.5 Manitowc .4 MTW 17.90 +.41 9 2.5m 5o
91 83 90 B B16.7 MetPro 1.6 MPR 14.04 .06 3 57 19
77 77 63 B B19.8 NIDEC .7 NJ 15.84 +.10 36 41 22
65 29 89 C B+125 NACCO 2.1 NC 97.17 +1.50 6 39 9
77 91 35 A C+79.0 Nordsn 1.5 NDSN 48.28 +.83 58 187 14o
62 60 64 A E 30.8 PMFG PMFG 15.94 .57 +25 118 17
85 93 28 B B 86.9 ParkHan 1.9 PH 53.87 +.53 40 1.5m 9
90 80 91 C B 41.0 Pentair 1.8 PNR 38.74 +.55 26 654 16
34 26 65 D B21.2 PikeElec PEC 15.58 .25 36 113 24
72 73 69 C B 58.0 Powell Inds POWL 41.84 +1.16 15 67 23
89 85 80 B B 53.8 RegalBel 1.4 RBC 44.55 +.54 43 172 11
88 94 60 B C+55.1 RobbMyer .5 RBN.32.37 +.42 48 332 16
92 90 63 A B71.0 RoperInd .5 ROP 58.35 +1.03 30 475 19o
72 97 35 B E 140 SPX 1.2 r SPW 86.36 .43 +18 969 14o
86 69 75 B B37.9 SauerDnf 2.7 SHS 26.83 +.38 47 101 18
74 83 45 B A 31.5 Stratasys r SSYS 18.41 +.52 28 180 24o
88 96 48 A C 42.9 SunHydr 1.4 SNHY.26.23 +.39 +68 300 16o
80 72 69 C D 50.1 Tennant 1.4 TNC 36.29 +1.13 12 148 20k
33 98 9 A E 91.2 Terex r TEX 33.22 .03 19 2.4m 4o
99 96 92 A B+48.6 Wdward .6 r WGOV.38.37 +.56 52 338 23o
Merit Medical Systems
MMSI
ap-
pears to be forming a handle on a
cup-with-handle base. Its treading
around the 10-week moving aver-
age.
The maker of disposable devices
used for cardiology and radiology
proceduressupplies morethan50%
of the worldwide surgical inflation-
device market. The company saw
earnings rev upthe past three quar-
ters, while after-tax margins rose
thepast fivequarters.
Still, annual sales growth, return
on equity and pretax margins have
all slowed the past four years. Sales
grew a modest 5% to 11% the past
fivequarters. JoannevonAlroth
MERIT MEDICAL SYSTEMS (MMSI) Group 14 $19.97
98 Comp. Rating 78 EPS RS 97 ROE 10% 24.8M Shares
DEVELOPS DISPOSABLE MEDICAL DEVICES FOR USE IN INTERVENTIONAL
CARDIOLOGY AND RADIOLOGY.
0% Ann. EPS Gro PE 29 Avg. Daily Vol 265,600 Debt 0%
Last Qtr Eps +62%5 Prior Qtr +50%5 Last Qtr Sales +11%
4 Qtrs EPS )15%
Eps Due 10/25
R&D 4%
Acc/Dis A-
Sup/Demand 65
SYKES ENTERPRISES INC (SYKE) Group 23 $20.69
99 Comp. Rating 97 EPS RS 90 ROE 13% 33.0M Shares
PROVIDES OUTSOURCED CUSTOMER CONTACT MANAGEMENT SERVICES TO
THE TECHNOLOGY, HEALTHCARE, FINANCIAL AND OTHER INDUSTRIES
+39% Ann. EPS Gro PE 15 Avg. Daily Vol 363,300 Debt 0%
Last Qtr Eps +169%5 Prior Qtr +31%5 Last Qtr Sales +23%
4 Qtrs EPS )15%
Eps Due 11/5
R&D 3%
Acc/Dis A-
Sup/Demand 63
AMERICAN PUBLIC EDUC INC (APEI) Group 8 $46.35
99 Comp. Rating 98 EPS RS 96 ROE 37% 11.2M Shares
OFFERS ONLINE POSTSECONDARY EDUCATION TO 30,000 STUDENTS IN 50
STATES AND 130 COUNTRIES
+198% Ann. EPS Gro PE 64 Avg. Daily Vol 205,200 Debt 0%
Last Qtr Eps +77%5 Prior Qtr +73%6 Last Qtr Sales +55%
6 Qtrs EPS )15%
Eps Due 11/16
Acc/Dis A
Sup/Demand 71
TRUE RELIGION APPAREL (TRLG) Group 20 o$29.99
99 Comp. Rating 90 EPS RS 98 ROE 39% 22.8M Shares
MARKETS HIGH-FASHION JEANS, SKIRTS, DENIM JACKETS AND TOPS FOR
MEN, WOMEN AND CHILDREN WORLDWIDE.
+27% Ann. EPS Gro PE 20 Avg. Daily Vol 940,600 Debt 0%
Last Qtr Eps +63%5 Prior Qtr +4%6 Last Qtr Sales +79%
1 Qtrs EPS )15%
Eps Due 11/7
Acc/Dis A-
Sup/Demand 94
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STOCK DO S
AND DON TS
Do not buy stocks up over
5% from a sound chart base:
$40 CHART BASE
Do buy in a more proper
price area:
$40 CHART BASE
$50
$52
BUY AREA
Or buy the first time the
stock retreats to its 10-week
moving average line:
Do cut your losses if stock
is 8% below your cost . . .
avoids possible greater losses
Do learn when to take 20%
to 100% or greater profits
Investigate before you
invest. Always check a chart
and read a company story on
investors.com
$40
$50
BUY
10-wk.
moving avg.
$65
$50
LATE,
RISKIER
BUY
93 95 90 C+ A C+ 170 KTronIntl KTII 133.4 2.72 15 13 15
92 90 92 C+ A C+ 48.5 AZZ AZZ 38.40 2.50+145 564 14
92 90 77 B A B 249 Blackrck BLK 191.4 5.55 +13 808 21
92 80 90 A C B+ 69.6 UMBFinl r UMBF 51.84 2.33 52 174 25 k
92 70 96 B+ A B 82.4 PrimeenergyPNRG 71.21 2.79 11 2 33
92 69 96 A B A 60.6 StifelFin SF 45.44 2.77+197 1.2m 18 o
88 95 73 D A B 145 Mnsnto r MON 109.2 3.24 +9 7.8m 31
88 87 89 B+ D B 65.2 NWPipe NWPX 50.07 5.12+160 336 19
87 98 56 B+ A C 320 MastrCd MA 190.4 3.99 +5 4.4m 25 o
86 99 76 D+ A E 241 Potash r POT 158.0 4.65 +11 14m 25 o
85 95 77 D+ A C+ 113 Agrium AGU 74.85 2.89 +10 5.4m 12 o
82 98 72 D+ A D 172 CFInds CF 110.2 4.77 +23 4.6m 11 o
81 51 84 C C A+ 5059 BerkHaB BRKB 444035.00 +11 31 17
76 51 84 C C A 149972 BrkHaA BRKA 133100 200 +50 2 17
75 58 90 B B C 199 ArdenGpA ARDNA 154.1 3.40 70 0.6 16
73 99 32 B+ B D+ 77.4 ArchCoal ACI 37.66 2.39 +32 11m 18
73 48 86 B C A 270 NatlWstLf NWLIA 243.2 4.35 15 4 11
72 39 85 A B B+ 73.6 CaptlOne r COF 49.80 2.69 +48 20m 8
70 24 88 B+ B B 343 FairfxFnl FFH 287.9 3.23 35 125 3 o
69 80 76 E A D 121 ClevlndClf CLF 65.14 3.17 2 4.2m 15 o
66 95 35 D B C+ 76.0 Cummins r CMI 48.65 4.44+118 6.5m 11 o
66 15 97 A+ .. B 40.0 CougarBn CGRB 33.67 2.47 46 57 ..
63 86 24 A B E 106 AirPrds r APD 70.98 2.61+194 6.0m 14 o
53 67 20 B+ B B+ 138 Ameron AMN 72.0236.12+999 1.1m 11 o
53 6 71 B+ B B+ 420 Alleghany Y 351.012.00 59 9 17
45 68 43 B+ .. B 123 Orix IX 66.90 4.10 39 18 9
45 36 79 E C B 83.5 AgnicoEg AEM 61.89 3.93 +7 4.9m 99 o
41 65 21 B+ C C 54.0 CRAIntl CRAI 27.3610.20+999 1.0m 12 k
36 68 18 C B D 540 MitsuiLtd MITSY 285.5 6.30 42 7 10
32 52 37 D+ B D 55.1 McGrwH r MHP 34.44 2.69 +27 2.8m 12
32 39 27 B C B 81.9 TexasInds TXI 48.37 2.46+143 1.2m 16 o
25 23 52 E D D+ 85.0 HallwoodGr HWG 62.50 2.50+150 2 ..
.. .. 97 D+ .. C 135 ProUShEafe EFU 109.4 4.94 35 146 1
.. .. 96 D+ .. D+ 78.2 PrUShUtl SDP 68.64 3.48 6 52 .. k
.. .. 95 D+ .. D+ 84.7 PrUShTch REW 73.73 2.52 40 92 .. k
.. .. 95 D+ .. C+ 81.6 PrUShInd SIJ 73.43 2.56 64 28 .. k
.. .. 95 D+ .. B 112 RydxInvTc RTW 99.3 5.82 70 2 1
.. .. 93 D+ .. C+ 118 RdxIn2xSP RSW 102.0 5.01 +81 91 ..
.. .. 93 D+ .. C 115 PrUlSMSCI EWV 94.50 3.71 53 16 1
.. .. 92 D+ .. C+ 115 PrUSR1KV SJF 96.48 3.79+173 37 .. k
.. .. 92 D+ .. C 144 PrUltSEMn EEV 88.8410.54 +84 2.2m 1 o
.. .. 91 D+ .. D 106 PrShtEMn EUM 86.36 5.61 40 34 1
.. .. 90 D+ .. C 81.7 PrUShSP SDS 66.44 2.66 +72 45m ..
.. .. 80 D+ .. B+ 145 PrUShCh25 FXP 87.11 3.39 21 1.6m 1 o
.. .. 80 D+ .. B 88.4 PrUShHc RXD 77.25 3.58 55 4 .. k
.. .. 74 D+ .. B NH PShCnsS PSL 25.98 2.90+732 77 ..
.. .. 66 D+ .. D+ 78.0 RydxInvHC RHO 72.15 3.51 14 0.6 1
.. .. 60 D+ .. D+ 211 PrUShFn SKF 100.9 4.76 51 20m ..
.. .. 42 D .. B 36.0 TortEnInf TYG 24.85 2.40+310 342 .. k
.. .. 26 D+ .. D 131 RydxInvFn RFN 60.00 3.30 75 4 ..
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 P
High Symbol Price Chg Chg 1000 E 666666
99 99 85 B+ A B+ 57.6 ArenaRes ARD 45.80 +1.76 27 719 24 o
99 96 97 A+ A B 66.9 Buckle r BKE 56.83 +1.79 24 657 19 o
99 96 97 B A A NH Websns WBSN 23.99 +. 23 +40 971 19 o
99 95 99 A+ A B 46.5 AlmstFam AFAM 41.45 +1.68 38 215 24
99 95 90 A+ A B 45.5 FLIRSystms FLIR 37.17 +1.10 29 1.1m 35 o
99 94 95 A B B 53.9 Warnaco WRC 49.40 +3.07 13 963 17 o
99 93 90 A+ A B 68.0 Amedisys AMED 50.78 +1.63 51 684 18 o
99 90 98 A A A 31.8 TrueRelig TRLG 29.99 +1.20 35 608 20 o
99 86 90 A+ A B+ 84.0 Genzyme GENZ 80.44 +1.95 20 2.5m 21 o
99 85 94 A B B 75.5 NorflkSo NSC 67.87 +2.02 21 3.5m 16 o
99 84 95 A A A 26.8 SouthsBc SBSI 25.50 +1.49 +72 122 16
99 80 93 A+ A B+ 39.8 Genoptixn GXDX 33.04 +1.47 44 143 25
98 97 98 A A C 68.3 DXPEnterpr DXPE 59.90 +2.15 21 127 18
98 97 78 B+ A C+ 100 OcciPet r OXY 77.88 +1.23 27 6.8m 9 o
98 92 73 A+ A B+ 47.7 Gymboree r GYMB 37.15 +1.45 27 695 12 o
98 89 89 A+ A B 99 Covance CVD 94.09 +2.74 2 536 32 o
98 84 97 A C B+ NH Laclede LG 50.16 +2.07 41 113 17
98 83 94 A+ A A+ 41.7 JosABkCl JOSB 33.85 +2.19 +11 2.0m 11 o
98 73 99 A A A NH Questcor r QCOR 7.05 +. 43 +106 1.3m 12 o
98 66 95 A+ A B+ 53.7 OSIPharmac OSIP 48.89 +1.92 16 870 24 o
98 58 98 A+ B B+ NH MyriadGn MYGN 68.24 +2.42 0 1.3m 67 o
97 93 97 B+ A B 60.8 Wabtec r WAB 53.38 +1.10 51 463 21 o
97 93 96 A+ A A 117 UtdThrp UTHR 110.0 +2.22 5 632 61 o
97 93 88 A A B+ 28.8 Schwb r SCHW 23.57 +1.12 52 6.4m 22
97 92 91 B B A 28.4 Gartner IT 24.02 +1.04 +19 889 26
97 90 94 A B A 46.5 Gormanrupp GRC 40.84 +1.14 40 60 25
97 90 92 B+ A C+ 81.0 PennVA PVA 59.87 +1.97 42 609 25 o
97 89 84 A+ A C+ 48.5 StJudeMed r STJ 44.62 +1.13 21 2.7m 20
97 87 82 A+ A B 96.0 Graingr r GWW 88.00 +2.05 +1 828 16
97 84 95 A+ A B 99 Genentech r DNA 91.75 +1.35 42 3.5m 29
97 82 83 A+ A B 101 BardCR r BCR 97.00 +1.25 +40 1.1m 23 k
97 79 85 A B B+ 52.8 Ecolab ECL 49.42 +1.38 +15 1.6m 27
97 71 88 A+ B A 115 BioRadA BIO 100.5 +1.97 58 48 25
97 69 94 A B B+ 52.0 Nicor GAS 49.24 +1.31 +2 794 15 o
96 97 86 A B B 36.1 EMCOR EME 28.64 +1.41 32 801 11 o
96 96 71 A A B+ 63.0 VSE VSEC 34.74 +1.78 53 23 10
96 94 87 A B D+ 70.7 CSX r CSX 56.50 +1.02 28 4.4m 17
96 91 70 A+ B B 64.2 ElbitSystms ESLT 53.52 +1.35 24 20 18
96 90 75 A+ A C 37.0 MeridBio VIVO 29.70 +1.45 8 365 41
96 89 90 A A B+ 82.2 Chattem CHTT 79.84 +1.64+127 853 19o
96 88 79 A A B 130 IBM r IBM 120.1 +3.65 23 6.5m 14
96 87 97 A+ B C+ 35.6 AeroVir AVAV 32.74 +1.17 21 185 31 o
96 87 95 B B A 95.2 Lufkin LUFK 82.23 +2.03 37 136 15
96 81 96 B+ A C 90.6 ComstckRes CRK 57.19 +1.65 39 964 20 o
96 81 88 A A B+ 33.8 AmEcol ECOL 28.45 +1.41 +14 217 24 k
96 78 98 A C A NH SWSGrp r SWS 21.44 +. 16 45 160 18
96 76 89 A A B+ 38.0 CamdnNtl CAC 33.10 +1.04 7 16 9
96 75 97 A C A+ 25.8 CitizNthn CZNC 24.89 +1.37 +16 23 17 k
96 69 96 A+ B B+ 49.3 TractorSupl TSCO 45.25 +1.47 37 554 18 o
95 98 82 B A D 52.5 EmpNcChle EOC 45.45 +1.48 +2 163 22
IBDsNYSE+NasdaqResearch
Tablesgiveyouaninnovative
andpowerful viewof themarket.
Stocksaregroupedbytheir major
industrysectors. Thebiggest win-
ningstocks typicallycomefromthe
strongest sectors. The33sectors
arelistedfromstrongest toweak-
est. At thetopof eachsector areup
to10stocks withexceptional earn-
ings andother fundamentals as well
asmarket-leadingpriceperfor-
mance. Remainingstocks inasec-
tor arelistedalphabetically. Goto
investors.com/sectors tofinda
stocks major industrysector.
SmartSelect CompositeRating
combinesall fiveSmartSelect Rat-
ings, from1-99, with99thebest.
EarningsPerShare(EPS) Rat-
ingcompares acompanys last two
quarters andlast 3-5years of profit
growthwithall other companies. A
90ratingmeans its earnings outper-
formed90%of all companies.
RelativePriceStrength(RS)
Ratingmeasures astocks relative
pricechangeinthelast 12months
vs. all other stocks. Thebest firms
rate80or moreonbothEPSandRS.
Sales+Profit Margins+ROE
Ratingcombines recent sales
growth, profit margins andreturn
onequityintoanAtoErating.
Accumulation/Distribution
Ratingusesapriceandvolume
formulatogaugeif astockisunder
accumulation(buying) ordistribu-
tion(selling) inthelast 13weeks. Ais
heavybuying; Eisheavyselling.
Vol %Changeshows howmucha
stocktradedyesterdayvs. its aver-
agedailyvolume inthepast 50
days. +50=50%more, -50=50%less.
Boldfacedstocksareup1point or
moreorat anewhighinprice.
Underlinedstocksaredown1point
ormoreorat anewpricelow.
7stockshaveEPSandRSratings
of 80ormoreandwereIPOsinthe
lasteight years.
Codes:
.=archivedstoryat Investors.com;
r =repurchasedstockinlast year;
x=exdividendor exrights;
k=earningsduewithinfour weeks;
- =earnings inIBDtoday;
o=optionsonstocks.
Growthstocksarehighlyspecula-
tive. Donot buyanyhighlyrated
stockwithout furtherresearch. You
must alwaysanalyzeastocksdaily
andweeklychart toseeif thestockis
inaproperbaseornearasoundbuy
point andnot extendedinpricetoo
faraboveacorrect base.
10. INTERNET
52 97 9 A E 41.5 AkamaiTch AKAM 17.17 +.11 62 2.7m 10o
83 79 55 A A101 Amazon r AMZN 72.08 +2.12 31 6.0m 52
88 69 95 C A18.6 Ariba ARBA 15.13 .40 34 986 42o
71 67 61 B D+14.9 Asiainfo r ASIA 10.00 +.24 45 254 19o
89 99 59 A C+429 Baidu BIDU 275.5 +8.23 3 2.5m 79o
75 78 43 A B 57.3 Bankrate r RATE 37.69 +2.88 +35 500 24o
95 93 89 A A22.5 Bidzcomn r BIDZ 10.61 .04 5 301 14o
35 22 50 D B 16.6 CMGIrs CMGI 10.82 +.16 29 260 17k
63 96 25 A C+47.7 ChinaFin JRJC 13.67 +.01 69 149 16o
87 68 80 A B 53.5 DigitalRiver DRIV 37.97 +.01 +32 1.4m 20o
67 94 24 A D+40.7 eBay EBAY 22.36 +.73 8 15m 13
67 63 55 C B 121 Equinix EQIX 76.37 +1.87 63 428 99o
44 74 20 B D35.3 Expedia EXPE 16.17 +.48 36 2.8m 12o
59 77 41 A E 44.6 F5Netwrks r FFIV 22.52 +.67 +76 4.6m 16o
57 96 11 A D+25.4 Gigamedia GIGM 8.34 +.32 38 350 10o
43 75 13 A D 35.4 GlblSrcs GSOL 10.55 +.38 65 119 16
93 98 89 A D29.27GMarket GMKT .24.28 +2.20+173 354 26o
77 97 40 A C+747 Google GOOG 439.6 +4.49 +4 4.9m 24
40 50 50 D C+29.1 IACInter IACI 16.99 ... 59 2.0m 5o
76 50 95 E B 12.7 InfoSpce r INSP 11.25 +.08 24 183 ..o
96 92 86 B A16.0 Intrwovn IWOV 13.99 .36+200 1.1m 20k
84 83 65 A B+35.3 J2GlblC r JCOM 23.20 .15 24 306 15o
71 29 77 C A 15.5 Keynote KEYN 13.30 +.56 60 28 45
92 91 75 B B+15.2 Liquidity LQDT 10.73 .14 37 113 21
74 89 29 A B+23.9 LoopNet r LOOP 10.22 +.05 36 206 17
68 52 74 C B 14.2 Marchex .7 r MCHX 10.92 +.21 45 148 34o
67 99 12 A B81.2 MercadoLn MELI 23.63 .67 +16 778 71o
43 76 17 A C 40.9 MnstrWw MNST 16.65 +.21 60 1.2m 11o
97 82 93 A B 27.2 Netease r NTES 22.96 +.01 29 1.1m 18o
95 94 93 B A40.97Netflix r NFLX 32.97 +1.20 40 883 27
73 73 44 B A38.6 Omniture OMTR 20.75 +.93 47 925 61o
80 82 58 A B 35.0 OptXprs 1.5 OXPS 21.81 +.67 56 395 13
58 39 87 E B 39.4 Overstk r OSTK 20.83 +.91 68 135 ..
78 73 64 A C+37.0 PerfectWn PWRD 23.79 +.27 35 325 16o
91 85 82 B A16.9 PremGlbSv PGI 14.63 .01 54 216 15
68 98 19 A D 144 Priceline PCLN 77.42 1.39 45 1.2m 15o
91 88 74 A B 40.7 ShandaInt r SNDA 30.11 .38 36 624 14o
78 86 55 A D+59.3 SinaCorp r SINA 37.42 +1.70 12 1.3m 26o
96 90 93 A C+91.5 Sohu.com SOHU 62.40 +.37 39 1.1m 25o
69 62 77 C C+15.8 StampsCom r STMP 11.85 +.06 +19 184 19
26 13 46 .. B21.1 SwitchD SDXC 12.39 +.37 41 166 82
90 90 78 A B+23.5 TDAmertr AMTD 18.51 .61 71 1.3m 13
73 97 33 A B36.5 The9Ltd r NCTY 18.04 +.22 85 39 11
71 67 48 B A 14.9 TradeStat TRAD 9.37 .03 69 151 12
58 77 53 B C+18.0 UtdOnln 8.0 UNTD 9.99 +.06 30 488 7o
33 37 37 D B20.4 Vignette r VIGN 11.17 .09 7 205 17
87 94 75 B A63.5 WebMD WBMD 32.59 +.16 +62 371 45o
99 96 97 A A NH Websns WBSN.23.99 +.23 +40 971 19o
40 58 37 C B34.1 Yahoo YHOO 19.20 +.05 27 14m 33
11. TRANSPORT
60 23 96 C A26.0 AMR AMR 10.86 +.06 55 11m ..
56 82 46 A E 47.1 Aktslsk 14 TRMD 29.62 +.98 0 26 10
55 61 64 C B58.3 AlxBldw 2.9 r ALEX 43.97 +.30 52 218 15o
89 64 95 B A38.7 Allegiant ALGT 31.94 +.49 63 135 26
44 49 44 D C+26.0 AmRailcr .7 ARII 16.20 .11 58 58 12
73 56 91 D B45.1 ARBest 1.7 ABFS 35.29 .45 33 676 15o
29 50 25 B B26.1 ArlingT 13 ATB 16.82 +.46 50 40 14k
44 34 53 C B 66.5 AtlasAir AAWW 45.89 +.26 51 139 15
37 98 7 A E 14.5 BritBulk DWT 6.37 .13 54 57 1
92 83 85 B C+114 BurlNSFe 1.6 BNI 97.67 +2.05 27 3.0m 17
88 86 68 B B67.4 CHRobn 1.7 CHRW 52.69 .23 23 1.7m 26
96 94 87 B D+70.7 CSX 1.6 r CSX 56.50 +1.02 28 4.4m 17
85 67 80 B B 58.5 CdnNRwy 1.8 r CNI 51.18 +1.19 8 1.9m 12
47 48 42 B C 76.2 CndaPac 1.7 CP 55.78 +1.41 19 699 13o
32 56 14 A D27.8 CapProd 12 CPLP 12.73 .17 38 43 8
72 24 94 D B+15.3 CeladonGrp r CLDN 12.34 .14 41 139 41
11 38 4 D E 120 ChinaEA CEA 17.92 +1.09 +10 67 17
31 73 6 B D 59.3 ChinaSAir ZNH 9.93 +.21 61 99 3
77 59 73 B C+55.0 ConWay .9 CNW 45.10 .04 +39 1.6m 13
62 23 87 B A 37.8 CtntlAirB CAL 17.62 +.39 56 6.7m 12
83 65 75 A C+45.5 CopaHold 1.1 CPA 34.17 +1.17 34 379 9
56 97 24 A D 45.2 DianaSh 13 DSX 21.59 .09 26 1.0m 8o
48 99 10 A D+131 DryShip 1.8 DRYS.43.48 1.81 +69 4.9m 2o
80 83 83 C B32.5 Dynamex r DDMX 27.60 +.11 31 38 17
33 55 17 A C+36.2 EagleBlk 11 EGLE 17.58 1.31 +63 1.5m 13o
37 58 23 A C+21.5 Euroseas 13 ESEA 9.06 .25 +32 225 5
42 96 7 A E 82.0 ExcelMar 5.1 EXM.19.73 +.28 11 1.5m 2o
65 77 39 B B53.5 Expedtrs .9 EXPD 36.06 +.42 50 1.6m 28o
49 41 64 C B+108 Fedex .5 FDX 81.88 .62 5 3.0m 14o
71 68 50 A D39.1 ForwdA 1.0 FWRD 29.12 +.47 +5 266 18k
70 79 65 A D 72.4 Frontlne 21 FRO 50.96 .10 52 855 4o
60 97 18 A C+84.5 GenShp 8.7 r GNK 40.52 1.77 +58 1.9m 7o
29 9 46 C B31.0 GenMarit 9 GMR 21.91 +.52 57 194 18o
96 77 96 B B+47.4 GenWyo GWR 40.16 +.14 +27 526 24o
16 23 6 B D 28.2 GolInAir 3.0 GOL 7.00 ... 8 1.2m ..o
9 8 31 C D27.7 Golar 9 GLNG 13.86 +.49 25 251 ..
63 68 50 C B+30.7 Greenbri 1.6 GBX 19.98 +.81 +17 180 9
51 66 50 .. C 45.6 GuangRy 2.4 GSH 24.21 +1.38 +95 92 17
77 42 82 B B+20.0 HrtlndEx .5 HTLD 15.28 .54 +28 1.4m 22k
35 64 25 B B 34.1 HorizLns 4.0 r HRZ 10.96 +.27 59 179 8o
96 90 94 B B 44.4 HubGroup r HUBG 38.99 +.17 49 235 24k
83 63 89 B C 40.3 HuntJB 1.2 JBHT 33.53 .17 31 1.9m 22
57 17 82 D A26.7 IntlShip r ISH 22.30 .91 +48 62 17
31 76 14 B E 40.7 KSea 14 KSP 21.23 +.37 +9 85 10
96 98 95 C B55.9 KCSouthrn KSU.47.35 +.05 45 884 23o
70 95 38 A B 61.7 KirbyCorp KEX.39.31 1.34 +32 839 14
69 36 78 B B 21.9 KnightTr .9 KNX 16.99 .16 38 847 27
54 75 68 .. B35.0 KnightT 10 VLCCF 26.85 +.62 10 135 9o
79 73 65 A C 17.2 LANAirA 3.6 LFL 11.70 +.20 +2 572 12
69 69 65 B D59.2 Landstar .4 r LSTR 45.13 .55 +80 1.5m 21
67 22 95 D B22.6 MartnTrns r MRTN 19.53 .56 26 137 35k
66 59 75 C B 42.0 NordicAm 10 NAT 34.66 ... 50 297 13o
99 85 94 B B 75.5 NorflkSo 1.9 NSC 67.87 +2.02 21 3.5m 16o
41 23 89 .. B 21.0 NwstAirn NWA 9.88 .11 44 5.4m ..o
44 73 18 A B30.5 OceanFr 19 OCNF 14.78 .29 22 181 6o
86 67 87 B C+40.1 OldDomFrt ODFL 29.75 .16 44 463 15o
38 65 29 A D 22.2 OmegaN 15 ONAV 12.57 .41 18 58 9
59 86 44 B C+87.8 OvrseaSh 2.7 r OSG 64.80 +1.15 33 497 8o
69 84 63 C B25.2 Pacer 3.6 PACR 16.61 +.37 20 533 8
33 73 12 A D27.3 ParagSh 19 PRGN 10.11 .03+167 801 7o
62 83 28 B B+22.8 RepubAir r RJET 10.24 +.06 52 327 4k
57 62 37 B B+49.2 RyanrHldg RYAAY 25.46 .04 49 733 14
48 67 27 A D19.8 SafeBulk 13 SB 13.74 .46 +7 107 6
58 31 89 D C+20.0 Saia SAIA 14.54 +.19 59 89 17
39 57 36 B C+33.3 Seaspan 8.9 SSW 21.00 .29 54 154 19o
65 77 46 A B32.9 ShipFin 9 r SFL 23.45 +.25 39 297 9o
60 60 66 C B29.5 Skywst .7 r SKYW 16.81 +.11 58 384 6o
76 61 90 C B 16.8 SwstAirl .1 r LUV 14.96 +.22 33 8.2m 27
63 54 59 A B18.2 StlthGas 5.5 GASS 13.54 +.06 40 18 9
72 63 65 C B+30.0 TAMSA TAM 20.05 +1.43 56 500 34o
51 99 7 A D+71.2 TBSIntlA TBSI 17.55 .63 +53 1.2m 3o
20 35 13 C D+62.6 TeekaySh 3.7 TK 29.56 +.81 45 530 12o
54 64 62 B B26.1 TeekTnk 17 TNK 18.15 +.24 45 73 10
87 88 71 A B 23.0 Textain 5.4 TGH 16.07 +.76 4 90 9
87 88 71 B B41.2 Trinity 1.0 r TRN 30.87 +.87 37 972 8o
64 72 53 A C+39.5 TsakosE 5.5 TNP 31.43 +.23 37 114 8o
58 88 23 B B 37.5 TwnDisc 1.8 r TWIN 15.36 +.13 23 41 7k
80 44 95 D B19.5 USATruck USAK 16.50 1.10 +4 69 ..k
64 64 53 B B 25.9 UTiWld .3 UTIW 17.88 .12 19 646 17o
94 78 87 B C 85.8 UnionPac 1.5 r UNP 72.34 +.52 10 5.9m 19
64 50 69 B B+78.6 UPSB 2.8 r UPS 63.85 +.46 18 4.6m 16
61 20 79 C B 19.2 Vitran VTNC 15.41 .75 10 74 19k
97 93 97 A B 60.8 Wabtec .1 r WAB.53.38 +1.10 51 463 21o
65 26 95 D B+28.8 WernrE .9 r WERN 22.06 .84 13 2.1m 23
12. UTILITY
43 60 20 B C+23.1 AES AES 13.07 +.53 28 5.1m 13o
62 60 60 C C+41.2 AGLRes 5.2 ATG 32.54 +.14 11 537 12
57 81 26 B D+65.5 Alleghn 1.5 AYE 38.97 +1.65 +4 2.1m 16o
64 37 84 C B49.0 Allete 3.8 ALE 44.70 +.31 36 173 17
71 74 58 C B 43.4 AllntEgy 4.2 LNT 33.26 +.20 +8 724 11
45 46 49 C B54.7 Ameren 6.4 AEE 39.95 +.38 +12 1.4m 12o
64 73 52 C C+49.5 AmElcPwr 4.4 AEP 37.51 +.72 18 2.1m 11o
72 55 82 C A46.1 AmrStWt 2.6 AWR 38.37 +.65 45 69 25
56 52 66 E B 23.7 AmWWks 4.0 AWK 20.00 +.40 28 304 ..o
64 44 73 B A24.4 AquaAm 2.9 WTR 18.45 +.48 12 898 27o
81 57 76 C C+29.6 AtmosEn 4.8 ATO 27.21 +.10 27 343 14
86 80 84 D A23.6 Avista 3.3 AVA 22.08 +.44 37 265 20
52 38 52 C B45.4 BlackHl 4.3 BKH 32.58 +.49 14 243 14o
63 22 90 C B50.3 CHEnergy 4.8 CHG 45.28 +1.45 23 61 19
41 63 40 D C 18.1 CMSEnrgy 2.8 CMS 12.74 +.14 +17 3.5m 12
81 70 67 A D+78.0 CPFLEnrg 8.5 CPL 58.13 +3.14 3 177 11
74 49 87 C A44.5 CalifWtr 2.9 CWT 39.87 +.68 20 118 25
43 55 35 B C+15.2 Cascaln 1.9 HOO 9.49 .06 82 10 21
82 71 64 B D18.6 CenterPt 4.9 CNP 14.83 +.30 +11 3.2m 11o
95 69 91 C A 36.4 ChesUtil 3.6 CPK 33.67 +1.62 +16 38 16
79 83 80 C B29.8 Cleco 3.5 CNL 25.46 +.24 9 372 14
48 89 20 A E 57.5 CmpSABESP SBS 33.15 +1.53 6 422 5o
89 93 70 A D+26.6 CIG 2.6 CIG 19.81 +.95 13 1.5m 8
89 67 92 B A28.0 CNWtrSv 3.2 CTWS 27.42 +.75 31 18 22
58 31 80 C B50.6 ConEdisn 5.3 ED 43.80 +.60 36 1.7m 13o
57 34 68 B B35.0 ConsWtr 1.2 CWCO 20.88 +.38 58 23 34
21 80 2 C E 107 ConstlEn 7.3 r CEG 26.00 +.20 36 4.1m 4o
81 78 62 A C+31.0 DPL 4.4 DPL 24.99 +.04 50 594 13
55 36 67 C C 51.2 DTEEnrgy 5.2 DTE 41.12 +.29 +10 1.3m 15o
75 72 71 C B 49.4 DomRs 3.6 D 43.75 +1.42 0 2.7m 15o
69 58 73 C B20.8 DukeEngy 5.1 DUK 17.97 +.12 20 7.0m 14o
46 65 32 B D58.6 EdisnInt 3.0 EIX 40.19 +1.73 +30 2.8m 10o
89 93 69 B C+26.8 ElPasoElc r EE 21.34 +.74 48 181 11
69 47 83 D B+24.3 EmprDist 5.8 EDE 22.25 +.20 20 144 20
95 98 82 A D 52.5 EmpNcCh 2.6 EOC 45.45 +1.48 +2 163 22
57 74 26 A D79.6 Energen 1.0 EGN 48.72 +1.77 39 591 11o
96 75 91 B B 63.5 EnrgySth 1.7 ENSI 61.35 +.02 53 31 30
88 98 75 B D+20.6 Enersis 5.1 ENI 16.50 +.91 +59 1.1m 18
57 78 38 B E 127 Entergy 3.2 ETR 93.57 +3.00 22 1.6m 14o
39 46 21 B D+76.1 EqtblRes 2.1 EQT 40.94 +.73 8 1.6m 23
52 59 40 A D+92.1 Exelon 2.9 r EXC 68.46 +1.96 30 3.3m 15o
54 67 49 C D+73.8 FPLGrp 3.2 FPL 55.45 +1.70 19 2.1m 15o
59 52 66 B D 84.0 FirstEgy 3.2 FE 68.98 +2.46 22 1.6m 17o
38 45 43 C D 30.5 GrtPlnEn 7.4 GXP 22.34 +.42 57 456 13o
92 80 93 C A29.8 HawaiiEl 4.4 r HE 28.35 +.47 21 387 17
57 38 55 B B+57.5 HuanPwr 5.6 HNP 29.79 +.89 22 399 25o
95 93 80 A B 60.07ITCHldgs 2.3 ITC.53.93 +.23 16 329 27
65 55 68 C B 36.7 IdahoP 3.9 IDA 30.54 +.49 21 372 17
87 62 83 C C+54.1 IntgrysE 5.1 TEG 52.97 +1.17 14 438 14o
19 12 37 D D+24.4 KoreaElc 2.0 KEP 13.77 +.22 +86 1.8m 11
98 84 97 C B+NH Laclede 3.0 LG 50.16 +2.07 41 113 17
85 56 78 B A37.2 MGEEgy 4.1 MGEE 35.28 +.98 22 50 15
65 66 64 B C 19.8 MdsxWtr 4.1 MSEX 16.96 +.35 33 28 18
26 25 11 B C+44.6 Mirant MIR 22.14 +.09 37 3.1m 7o
15 18 18 C D+47.2 NRGEnrgy NRG 27.93 +.35 +4 5.7m 22o
70 62 79 D B 38.9 NSTAR 4.1 NST 34.47 +.79 19 435 15o
87 84 54 B B 63.7 NatlFuel 2.9 r NFG 44.90 .05 +18 923 14o
88 84 63 A B+87.0 NatlGrid 4.9 NGG 66.63 +.26 25 55 13
93 56 90 C A41.1 NJResrc 3.0 NJR 37.18 +.91 20 256 16
97 69 94 B B+52.0 Nicor 3.8 GAS 49.24 +1.31 +2 794 15o
52 42 43 C B20.8 Nisource 6.1 r NI 15.16 +.18 +12 2.6m 11o
58 54 68 D B 33.2 NEUtil 3.3 NU 25.98 +.40 7 772 15
77 48 88 C B56.0 NwNtGas 2.9 NWN 51.84 +1.23 13 158 19o
70 59 73 D B+30.2 NoWstC 5.1 r NWE 26.12 +.12 3 329 15
58 72 33 B D52.2 Oneok 4.4 OKE 36.50 +.03 +21 1.1m 12
23 20 45 C E 46.2 OttrTail 3.8 OTTR 31.06 +.39 +15 434 24o
64 52 69 C C+49.5 PG&E 4.0 PCG 39.31 +1.20 16 1.9m 14o
32 55 28 C D55.2 PPL 3.6 PPL 37.53 +1.47 36 1.6m 15o
52 93 45 .. E 21.9 ParaCopl 1.0 ELP 14.59 +1.06 +28 678 5o
69 85 56 C D+30.1 PepcoHl 4.6 POM 23.54 +.71 12 1.3m 11
94 55 94 B B+35.3 Piedmnt 3.2 PNY 32.15 +.89 +31 569 20
62 49 76 C B44.5 PinaclW 5.9 PNW 35.78 +.69 48 438 13o
60 20 74 C B+28.8 PortGE 4.0 POR 24.20 +.49 +4 493 13
74 60 76 C B+50.3 ProgrsEn 5.6 PGN 44.19 +.81 23 1.3m 14o
48 74 35 B E 52.3 PubSvcEn 3.7 r PEG 35.17 +1.29 35 1.8m 11o
66 52 80 C C+28.6 PugetEgy 3.8 PSD 26.40 +.57 69 175 16o
37 69 11 C D28.7 ReliantEngy RRI 13.30 ... 36 2.8m 4o
71 77 71 C B38.6 SJW 2.2 SJW 29.59 +.90 24 74 26
82 62 82 C B 44.1 Scana 4.6 SCG 40.32 +1.05 12 709 13
66 56 66 C C+64.2 SmpraEn 2.6 r SRE 53.45 +1.36 13 2.1m 12o
36 90 22 D E 17.8 SierraP 3.2 SRP 9.91 +.22 3 2.2m 10
83 70 74 D B 39.4 SoJerInd 3.0 r SJI 36.38 .07 +37 280 16
84 62 83 B B+40.6 SouthnCo 4.4 SO 38.62 +.65 +11 5.6m 16o
72 74 40 C C 33.0 SouthnUn 2.7 SUG 22.32 +.66 +4 969 12
78 35 83 D A 33.3 Southws 2.9 SWX 30.96 +.42 +10 253 16
54 22 87 D B+13.4 SwWatr 2.0 SWWC 12.20 +.07 25 80 53
41 23 64 C B22.0 TecoEngy 4.7 TE 16.92 +.49 49 1.2m 16o
76 90 52 B D+37.8 Transal 3.7 TAC 28.82 +.33 63 41 18k
84 71 69 B C 28.9 UGI 3.0 UGI 25.87 +.35 6 389 12o
82 74 86 D A37.8 UILHldg 5.0 UIL 34.36 +.40 43 74 17
38 25 83 .. D34.5 Unisour 3.1 UNS 30.58 +.75 41 231 26
57 27 69 C C+32.2 Vectren 4.6 VVC 28.01 +.41 +17 450 17
41 78 16 B E 96.6 VeoliaEn 3.6 VE 43.97 +1.28 49 140 13
73 42 74 D B+36.2 WGLHld 4.2 WGL 33.78 +.98 29 404 11
52 16 76 C B 26.8 WestarE 4.9 WR 23.73 +.68 20 997 16
69 66 74 C C 50.5 WiscEngy 2.4 WEC 45.55 +1.48 13 740 15
80 78 74 C D+23.5 XcelEngy 4.6 XEL 20.78 +.32 30 2.2m 13o
13. BANKS
32 82 6 A E 53.0 AldIrish 13 AIB 17.83 +.88 +81 1.3m 2
76 42 97 C B 42.1 AmesNtl 4.1 ATLO 27.47 +.76 22 10 24k
90 71 95 B B 32.7 ArrowF 3.7 r AROW 26.89 .34 +7 27 14k
61 31 64 C A32.0 AssBanc 5.7 ASBC 22.44 +.26 62 928 11
80 40 97 B B+45.3 BB&T 4.8 BBT 39.25 +.71 37 7.5m 13
74 54 60 B B+61.4 BOKFnl 1.9 BOKF 48.55 +.84 92 24 14k
80 39 89 B A73.1 Bancfst 1.7 BANF 50.40 .86 32 23 18k
76 91 37 A B 25.7 BcBilVA 5.4 BBV 17.22 +.57 52 508 7o
69 94 42 A C+25.2 BcBrads 1.8 BBD.16.66 +.94 21 9.2m 11
64 90 46 A C+25.9 BncoItau .4 ITU.16.97 +.70 32 5.9m 10o
42 46 59 B B21.4 BncLatno 5.9 BLX 14.95 +.35 +34 250 7k
57 86 69 .. C 31.9 BcMacro 3.9 r BMA 20.50 +.96 40 133 7
63 74 55 A D+57.7 BcSanCh 4.4 SAN 41.58 +1.93 +7 227 12
75 92 39 A B22.3 BncSntdr 5.2 STD.15.79 +.43 53 763 7o
78 92 59 A B44.0 BanColo 4.5 CIB 30.39 +1.65 8 502 9o
89 60 96 B A31.9 BcSouth 3.2 BXS 27.30 .95 58 573 15
37 12 80 C B+53.0 BnkofAm 7.4 BAC 34.37 +1.30 37 60m 18
91 66 87 A A70.0 BkHawai 3.2 r BOH 55.36 2.29 73 220 14
34 81 8 A C 79.8 BnkIrel 15 IRE 25.75 +1.52 62 74 2
45 33 68 C B 67.6 BkMont 5.7 BMO 46.40 +.10 71 171 12
59 68 42 A D+50.3 BankNY 2.7 BK 35.44 +2.91 38 9.2m 12
64 57 71 B B57.2 BkNova 3.9 BNS 47.71 +.21 60 248 12
85 61 93 B B 36.8 BkOzark 2.0 OZRK 25.94 .03 46 107 13k
39 32 58 B B54.8 Barclays 9 BCS 29.00 +2.50 +46 2.8m 6o
78 52 84 B C 28.2 BrynMwr 2.4 BMTC 22.86 +.72 43 10 15
91 59 97 B A+20.0 CVBFncl 2.5 r CVBF 13.79 .36 68 380 18
96 76 89 A B+38.0 CamdnNtl 3.0 CAC 33.10 +1.04 7 16 9
38 39 58 C B108 CnImpBk 5.4 r CM 61.27 +.11 85 87 8x
77 42 92 C B+34.5 CapCty 2.4 r CCBG 30.37 +.41 22 34 19k
88 50 99 B A 35.0 CathyG 1.6 r CATY 25.71 +.66 63 320 11
79 41 92 B B15.7 CntrFin 1.7 CLFC 11.87 .48 +25 199 9
75 30 96 C B17.6 CntrstBk .9 CSFL 17.14 +.99 29 12 34
81 54 98 C B+43.0 ChemFn 3.6 r CHFC 32.61 +.13 45 102 19k
18 23 43 E B 49.0 Citigrp 6.6 C 19.41 +.45 27 85m ..
96 75 97 C A+25.8 CitizNt 3.9 CZNC 24.89 +1.37 +16 23 17k
87 67 86 B B+54.3 CtyHld 3.2 CHCO 42.71 +.21 72 41 13k
71 26 87 B B74.1 CityNatl 3.4 CYN 56.53 1.19 79 273 14
49 17 74 C B 54.9 Comerica 3.8 r CMA 34.80 .22 60 2.2m 11
86 67 85 B B 53.0 CmcBcs 2.2 CBSH 45.53 .05 65 160 14k
85 57 92 C A 33.0 CmtyBkSy 3.5 CBU 25.08 +1.33 37 207 17k
87 55 96 C A 46.3 CmtyTrBc 3.2 CTBI 36.75 +.21 36 44 15k
74 82 50 B A86.9 Credico 2.3 BAP 65.12 +2.77 64 148 11
90 62 87 B A65.1 CullenFr 3.0 CFR 56.41 +.76 48 405 15o
75 9 95 D A+14.1 DanvBcn .6 DNBK 12.84 +.09 33 46 ..
29 51 32 C D+135 DeutschB 8.5 DB 82.21 +3.71 77 272 9o
83 58 82 B B 25.9 EntFnlSv .9 EFSC 22.72 +1.23 41 15 16k
85 56 94 C B 32.7 FarmrCp 4.4 FFKT 29.86 +1.01 +31 26 14k
45 9 81 B B 35.3 FfthThr 3.6 FITB 16.66 +.13 34 10m 11
81 50 91 C B+22.5 FnclInst 3.0 r FISI 19.84 +1.77 +6 38 13
90 72 98 B B22.9 FtBcqME 3.7 FNLC 20.90 +1.23 30 9 14
82 48 81 B A21.3 FstBcNC 4.3 FBNC 17.59 +.15 23 25 11
82 54 93 C A16.2 FstCwlFn 5.4 FCF 12.63 +.01 69 263 19k
81 40 91 B B+38.9 FCmBsh 3.0 FCBC 37.28 +.29 27 26 15
94 58 99 C A 50.0 FirstF 1.8 THFF 47.72 +.38 51 21 23k
91 65 95 B B+67.0 FstFnlBk 2.6 FFIN 53.06 +.87 58 56 21k
46 12 81 E A28.4 FstHoriz r FHN 12.00 +.16 59 3.1m ..
73 46 75 C B+30.0 FMerch 4.2 r FRME 21.82 .02 51 45 12k
86 52 97 C A30.0 FrstSrce 2.1 SRCE 26.05 +.56 +26 83 20
74 42 90 C B 30.9 Fstmerit 5.3 FMER 21.93 .57 60 509 14
76 51 84 C B+17.0 FultnFn 4.8 FULT 12.55 .38 58 757 14k
91 74 96 B A40.1 GlacrBnc 2.1 GBCI 24.35 .33 50 349 18
25 50 25 B D 250 GldmnSch 1.0 r GS 135.5 +2.50 +9 19m 8o
88 93 82 A B145 7HDFCBnk .6 HDB 95.34 +.68 36 534 26
59 40 73 B B 99 HSBCHold 5.6 HBC 81.59 +1.79 16 2.3m 11o
91 65 96 B A 68.4 HncHld 1.9 r HBHC 51.78 +1.58 65 139 21k
83 47 92 C A20.6 HarlyNat 4.9 HNBC 16.21 +.11 47 64 17k
85 62 93 C B+27.1 HeartFin 1.7 r HTLF 23.48 +.16 26 22 15
95 93 98 B B+35.07HmBk .9 r HOMB 27.87 +.39 54 31 21k
80 38 92 B A70.7 Iberiabk 2.5 IBKC 54.85 .11 53 56 16
18 44 20 B D+74.3 ICICIBk 1.9 IBN 27.44 .31 35 2.9m 18
84 53 87 B B+39.2 IndBMA 2.4 INDB 29.61 .35 46 69 13x
90 55 94 B A33.0 IntlBcs 2.4 IBOC 27.41 .08 47 190 13
51 22 83 C B 50.0 JPMorgC 3.5 JPM 43.46 +2.96 26 37m 14
31 24 43 D B+34.1 Keycorp 5.4 KEY 14.00 +.75 43 7.7m 16
60 95 36 A C+93.8 Kookmin 4.0 KB 51.00 +3.26 29 554 5o
67 40 72 B B 16.3 LakeldB 3.3 LBAI 12.27 +.62 22 80 17k
82 56 88 B B 30.1 LakeFinl 2.6 LKFN 23.88 +.88 30 28 15k
11 23 16 C D+47.4 LloydsT 14 LYG 20.20 +.58 43 564 6
75 43 86 C B 108 M&TBnk 3.2 MTB 87.83 .57 63 856 12
86 49 96 C A 23.7 MnSrce 2.8 MSFG 20.84 +.32 +40 120 17
58 18 78 C A37.1 MarshIl 5.9 r MI 21.79 +.39 70 2.1m ..
13 48 13 C E 69.2 MorgStan 4.0 MS 27.10 +2.31 13 34m 4o
91 68 98 B A 36.5 NBTBncp 2.5 NBTB 31.41 +1.16 21 165 19k
88 62 69 A B+20.0 NatPenn 4.5 NPBC 15.22 .08 58 481 11
94 75 90 C A17.4 NewAlliB 1.9 NAL 14.68 +.16 64 359 29
92 89 84 A C+88.9 NorthnTr 1.5 NTRS 74.49 +1.29 28 2.5m 17
80 37 95 C A 28.2 OldNtlBc 4.6 ONB 19.94 .40 46 627 17
88 64 81 B A 31.0 OldSecBc 3.1 OSBC 20.36 +1.46 57 56 10k
92 70 96 B B24.4 OrientFn 2.9 OFG 19.19 +.51 64 103 9
77 50 90 C B+88.0 PNCFinl 3.7 r PNC 72.30 .51 51 2.7m 15
88 59 82 B A 16.6 PacfcCn 2.8 PCBK 14.48 +.68 8 23 13k
91 74 96 B A37.9 PeapkGl 1.9 PGC 33.00 +2.61 11 14 20
91 79 92 D A33.8 PaCmcBcp COBH 31.37 +.97 15 12 18k
85 70 84 .. A21.8 PeopUtd 3.3 r PBCT 18.01 +.35 42 2.4m 28
69 49 65 C B+29.3 PeBcOH 4.2 PEBO 22.03 1.42 31 19 10
98 79 94 B A 36.6 PinnclFnPt PNFP 30.27 .18 60 63 21k
91 62 92 A A 46.5 ProspBs 1.5 PRSP 34.29 +1.04 61 280 16k
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RELATIVE PRICE STRENGTH
INDUSTRY GROUP RELATIVE STRENGTH
SALES+PROFIT MARGINS+ROE
ACCUMULATION/DISTRIBUTION
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High Symbol Price Chg Chg 1000 E 666666
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IBD Composite Rating
Earnings Per Share Growth Rating
Relative Price Strength Rating
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Accumulation/Distribution (last 3 mos)
52-wk Dividend Close Vol% Vol P
High Stock % Yield Symbl Price Chg Chg 1000 E 6 6666
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
High Stock % Yield Symbl Price Chg Chg 1000 E 6 6666
IBD Composite Rating
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Accumulation/Distribution (last 3 mos)
52-wk Dividend Close Vol% Vol P
High Stock % Yield Symbl Price Chg Chg 1000 E 6 6666
IBD Composite Rating
Earnings Per Share Growth Rating
Relative Price Strength Rating
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Accumulation/Distribution (last 3 mos)
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79 58 81 D A21.5 ProvidFS 2.8 PFS 15.49 .62 25 618 23o
89 45 91 B A26.0 Renasnt 3.1 RNST 21.83 .18 70 33 13k
92 70 98 B A35.5 RepBKY 1.6 RBCAA 29.22 +.21 76 36 15k
63 12 90 C B17.0 RockvFi 1.3 RCKB 14.99 .24 39 12 41
73 71 79 B B59.3 RoyalBk 3.9 r RY 49.52 .48 65 382 11o
81 59 93 B B47.1 S&TBcp 3.3 STBA 37.19 +1.11 62 92 16k
89 59 91 B B+45.2 SCBTFi 1.9 SCBT 36.66 +1.31 36 25 15k
88 64 91 B A 73.6 SVBFincl SIVB 55.55 +.96 51 363 15o
90 60 97 B A36.1 SYBcp 2.2 r SYBT 30.76 +1.06 33 31 18k
70 32 97 E B 15.5 SantndBc SBP 14.75 +1.24 51 52 54
47 60 33 A B146 Shinhan 1.6 SHG 80.00 +3.15 +2 77 7
82 45 93 B B 27.3 ShoreBa 2.5 SHBI 25.99 +.23 +43 19 16k
93 75 94 B A50.7 SigntrBk SBNY 35.26 .06 54 279 26
80 45 91 C A 43.9 SimnsFt 2.3 r SFNC 32.45 +.04 50 27 17k
91 68 75 A B+24.0 SmthBcp .8 SMTB 19.99 +.24 +10 29 13
99 84 95 A A 26.8 SouthsBc 2.0 SBSI 25.50 +1.49 +72 122 16
67 24 85 D B+17.0 StateBcp 2.8 STBC 14.50 .30 15 25 27
83 25 94 B B+22.7 Stellar 3.2 STEL 19.79 +1.38 34 42 15k
83 60 92 C B 18.6 SterlngB 4.8 STL 15.77 .33 29 106 18
91 66 90 A B+49.0 SuffkNY 2.5 SUBK 35.79 +.48 47 19 15k
46 17 76 D B 78.8 SunTrst 6.2 STI 49.75 .58 64 3.3m 15
84 40 88 B B 27.7 SusqBnc 5.3 SUSQ 19.57 .08 69 388 13k
73 21 91 B A28.0 TCFFinl 5.3 TCB 18.98 .23 50 1.9m 13
85 55 88 C A+29.9 TxCapBsh TCBI 19.79 +.13 63 129 18k
91 67 92 B A59.3 Tompkns 2.7 r TMP 49.50 +.51 10 28 16
61 52 64 B B77.6 TorDmBk 3.8 TD 62.00 ... 4 964 11o
89 69 96 C C+27.9 TwneBk 1.5 TOWN 20.90 +1.47 22 44 21k
7 23 20 E C 55.3 UBS UBS 20.14 +1.64 49 3.5m ..o
92 80 90 C B+69.6 UMBFi 1.3 r UMBF 51.84 2.33 52 174 25k
84 57 90 B B+42.2 USBancp 4.8 USB 35.31 +1.46 42 15m 13
63 91 41 B B161 Unibanco UBB 107.0 +6.91 6 1.8m 36o
75 25 98 C B+29.2 UnBksh 2.9 UBSH 25.50 +.82 48 19 20
86 28 99 B A 74.6 UnBnCal 2.8 UB 73.31 ... 90 415 19
87 52 93 B A 52.6 UtdBkWV 3.6 UBSI 31.82 .31 64 181 14o
65 29 70 B B20.0 USecBc 3.4 UBFO 15.43 +.11 35 10 20k
87 56 97 B A39.0 UnivPA 2.6 UVSP 31.29 +.74 6 20 15
82 55 91 B B 24.8 VallyNBc 3.7 VLY 21.43 .29 75 339 17
16 23 10 D B 52.3 Wachovi 1.5 WB 13.70 .10 40 62m ..
86 63 90 B B+33.3 WshTr 3.1 WASH 27.08 +.73 +22 42 15
79 47 93 B A44.7 WellsFg 4.0 r WFC 34.12 .15 37 38m 13
83 28 96 B A35.1 Wesbc 4.1 WSBC 27.49 .38 58 78 15k
73 29 87 B B+16.0 WestBc 4.9 WTBA 12.99 +.13 65 21 14k
81 53 90 B B 93.7 WAmB 2.4 r WABC 57.70 +.66 71 155 19
79 92 64 A C 144 WstpacBk 6.1 WBK 102.6 +2.59 +58 33 10
68 24 90 C B 33.0 Whitny 4.9 r WTNY 25.21 .40 62 410 16
64 41 66 B B+46.8 WilmtnTr 4.6 WL 30.01 1.39 57 736 12
92 62 99 B A 16.5 WilshB 1.4 WIBC 14.10 .04 61 92 15
76 31 94 C B17.9 YadknVF 3.0 YAVY 17.07 +.57 +30 46 15
64 30 74 C A73.0 ZionBcp 4.1 ZION 41.51 +1.73 40 3.4m 9
14. AEROSPACE
73 93 42 B B+39.4 AAR AIR 17.33 +.36 36 445 9
80 86 62 B D+120 AllintTch ATK 97.39 +2.44 +2 309 14o
85 73 84 A A54.2 Astronics ATRO 23.72 .77 +3 47 14
43 98 8 A E 54.1 BEAerosp BEAV 16.68 +.33 49 943 8o
35 78 24 B D 107 Boeing 2.8 r BA 57.42 +.06 14 6.4m 10o
50 82 28 A D13.9 CAE 1.2 CGT 9.21 .25 +56 61 13
87 81 87 B C 56.8 CurtsWrt .6 CW 50.46 +.55 +8 358 20o
56 79 44 C B42.7 Ducmmun 1.3 DCO 23.67 +.20 34 70 11
47 77 53 .. B50.4 Embraer 2.0 ERJ 30.96 +.98 +46 1.6m 13o
49 78 35 C D62.9 Esterline ESL .41.19 +.81 27 258 13
69 89 58 B D 95.1 GenDyn 1.8 r GD 76.74 .99 +65 4.6m 13o
65 95 30 B D+75.7 Goodrich 2.0 r GR 44.33 +.92 29 1.4m 9o
66 90 44 B C 56.9 Heico .3 HEI .35.75 +.17 29 122 21
71 90 55 B D+44.6 HeicoA .3 HEIA 29.98 +.29+103 131 17
64 89 32 B B27.2 Hexcel HXL 16.16 .21 8 905 19k
95 96 98 A B 27.0 IntgrlSys ISYS 20.23 +.68 56 208 21
95 99 85 A B 30.9 LMIAerospc LMIA 22.16 +.60 +27 105 14
76 86 84 B D 120 Lockhee 1.5 r LMT 110.5 +2.86 23 2.4m 14
95 85 82 B A 49.2 MoogA MOGA 44.11 +.29 37 126 16
59 80 49 C B 85.2 NorthrpG 2.5 r NOC 63.17 +.77 10 2.3m 11o
85 85 73 B B27.9 OrbitalSci r ORB.23.37 +.37 +10 599 21
58 94 24 A C 160 PrecCast .1 PCP 82.68 1.41 +40 2.3m 11
69 84 64 C C+67.5 RaythnB 2.0 RTN 56.16 +.34 30 2.0m 14o
62 91 39 A D76.0 RockColl 2.0 COL 46.96 +.29 28 1.0m 11o
27 54 18 B E 38.9 SpiritAer SPR 17.06 +.56 69 410 7o
92 93 86 B C+66.2 Teledyne TDY 55.47 .09 +12 356 18o
41 87 13 A E 74.4 Textron 2.7 TXT 33.52 +.97 14 3.3m 8
91 96 58 A B+51.6 TransDg TDG 35.01 +.84 1 485 13o
77 91 45 B B+86.4 Triumph .3 r TGI 50.38 +1.55 33 217 10
15. FOOD/ BEV
57 56 62 B B26.0 ADairy ADY 9.75 +.04 +10 40 9
43 81 16 B C+49.0 ArchrDan 2.2 ADM 23.61 .05 +19 9.4m 8o
78 82 47 B B59.6 Cadbury .9 CBY 43.94 .56 +76 535 14
93 73 97 A A48.8 CalMne 5.3 CALM 38.93 +1.02 43 656 6
93 74 87 B B40.1 CmpblSp 2.3 r CPB 37.91 +.28 23 1.5m 19o
68 73 68 E C 25.8 Chiquita CQB 16.45 +.09 7 723 18o
72 78 56 A C 65.6 CocaCo 3.0 KO 51.46 +1.27 +9 13m 17
33 41 37 C B+27.1 CocaClEn 1.6 CCE 17.21 +.42 22 2.4m 12o
67 82 83 .. C 63.8 CocaCFm .9 KOF 53.61 +2.59 17 151 14
50 89 21 B C 50.1 CcColaH 1.7 CCH 23.56 .24 63 32 12
63 57 49 C D+26.3 ConAgra 3.9 r CAG 19.65 +.02 +3 5.7m 18o
62 90 48 B C 55.0 CornPr 1.5 r CPO 36.81 .63 27 591 12o
54 30 85 B C 29.2 DeanFds DF 23.21 +.71 +31 2.7m 23o
91 69 95 D A28.0 DiamdFd .7 DMND 25.12 .73 +9 180 31k
66 70 79 B C+26.9 DrPepSnn DPS 24.47 +.03 69 692 11o
49 90 65 .. E 23.0 EmbtldB 1.5 AKOB 16.20 +.85 +67 42 11
93 82 87 B B32.7 FlowrsF 2.1 r FLO 28.10 +.75 41 715 25o
61 87 75 .. D+49.8 Fomento 1.1 FMX 40.04 +.38 +32 1.8m 17
42 28 52 C D 39.8 FrshDelM FDP 24.68 +1.42 +12 695 7o
95 73 91 B B+72.0 GenMills 2.5 GIS 68.85 +.52 7 2.8m 18o
51 85 37 B C+14.9 Gruma GMK 8.94 +.01 25 24 5
9 37 8 B D+16.5 HQSustMn HQS 5.42 +.13 29 130 13
93 83 75 C B 35.1 HainCelstl HAIN 27.36 .08 4 499 19o
80 96 54 A B 68.4 HansenNat r HANS 32.73 +1.67 34 2.3m 19o
95 68 85 A B53.0 HeinzHJ 3.2 HNZ 51.38 +.82 13 2.4m 18o
73 31 87 B B47.4 Hershey 2.9 HSY 41.13 +.63 22 1.6m 21
61 66 66 C B 42.8 HormelFd 2.1 HRL 35.36 +.30 7 447 15o
22 37 48 .. D 33.5 IndsBac 2.5 IBA 26.00 +.22 69 6 14
80 38 92 C B+38.8 J&JSnack 1.1 r JJSF 34.54 +.08 +37 109 24
93 66 87 A B 58.5 Kellogg 2.4 K 56.49 +.76 +11 2.4m 19o
93 60 84 B A 35.3 KraftFdA 3.5 KFT 33.01 +.41 50 11m 17o
60 8 88 D B 25.2 Lance 2.8 LNCE 22.93 +.19 40 167 60
56 29 73 B B+20.8 LifewayFd r LWAY 12.36 +.18 45 17 88
88 69 82 B B42.1 McCorm 2.3 MKC 38.70 +.20 +72 1.7m 18o
82 73 80 B E 18.3 OmegaPrtn OME 11.86 +.35 51 115 10
59 67 61 C B 43.4 PepsiBtl 2.2 r PBG 30.34 .07 +9 2.0m 13
52 76 49 C C 36.0 PepsiAmr 2.5 r PAS 21.98 +.35 39 328 12
94 73 79 A B+79.8 PepsiCo 2.4 PEP 71.30 +1.20 7 6.8m 20
55 72 48 B C+66.8 Perdigao PDA 42.55 +.27 48 95 20
95 65 94 B A74.1 Ralcorp RAH 65.96 .26 58 731 19o
73 92 39 A E 26.3 SadiaSA .9 SDA 15.27 .42 +27 823 7o
49 12 79 B B50.5 SandrFa 1.5 r SAFM 38.29 +2.22+101 964 22o
76 69 66 B D+17.0 SaraLee 3.2 SLE 13.33 +.38 25 3.9m 13o
82 64 71 C B+33.1 Sensient 2.7 SXT 28.40 +.60 14 291 15k
15 26 17 D C 32.3 SmithfldF SFD 17.64 +.72 +47 3.8m 25o
93 63 92 B B 56.7 Smucker 2.3 r SJM 55.79 +1.74+139 1.1m 17o
56 99 17 A D 52.2 Synutran SYUT 20.20 1.02 33 78 19
54 22 87 D C 35.0 TootsieR 1.1 TR 28.21 .26 30 153 33
94 54 94 C B+30.3 TreeHseFd THS 29.70 +.75 15 298 20
7 4 43 D E 19.5 TysonA 1.2 TSN 13.10 +.96 +88 11m 40o
86 66 64 A B37.3 Unilever 3.3 UN 29.39 +.78 10 2.1m 15o
78 66 56 A D 38.3 Unilever 3.6 UL 28.34 +.92+174 3.3m 14
44 86 14 A E 145 WimmBD .5 WBD.69.76 +4.25 42 158 20
91 71 92 A C+NH Wrigly 1.7 r WWY 79.58 +.05+164 5.5m 32o
89 96 81 A B 15.5 Zhongpinn HOGS 11.82 +.20 37 74 11
16. TELECOM
62 72 37 A C+43.0 AT&T 5.3 r T 30.07 +1.09 +14 33m 10
77 75 61 B C+26.5 Adtran 1.8 r ADTN 20.41 .25 +83 2.6m 17
72 85 41 A C+69.2 AmMovl 1.1 AMX 47.94 +3.04 +26 9.6m 15
56 65 59 D C+46.5 AmerTower r AMT 38.10 +2.71 +57 6.4m 99o
82 85 73 A B39.2 AtlTele 2.3 ATNI 31.70 +.92 25 44 12
49 52 66 C B44.6 BCE BCE 35.73 .25 4 622 15o
21 67 18 B E 68.2 BritTele 9 BT 30.64 +.53 28 233 6
74 95 41 A C+59.5 Belden .6 BDC 32.08 +.81 +1 702 9o
31 93 24 .. E 85.7 BraslTel 6.1 BRP 50.57 +3.13 24 162 7k
46 72 38 B E 38.6 BraslTlc 5.3 BTM 24.60 +1.55 29 139 7k
86 86 70 A D37.1 Cellcom 9 CEL .29.87 +1.25 +63 363 12
75 77 76 B C+46.9 CntryTel 7.3 CTL 38.45 +1.30 37 831 11o
64 97 22 A D+104 ChinaMbl 3.1 CHL 52.14 .22 +8 3.4m 14
52 81 40 B D+69.0 ChinaNet 3.3 CN 45.10 +.70 33 211 9
33 74 21 B C+98.7 ChinaTel 2.4 CHA 44.34 +1.19 41 190 10
46 71 29 C C+25.1 ChinaUni 1.9 CHU 15.02 +.21 20 1.2m 20o
71 66 87 A D+27.2 ChungTel 3.2 CHT 23.99 +1.10 +69 2.0m 16o
18 40 4 A E 49.6 CienaCp CIEN 11.56 +.65 1 5.8m 6o
76 85 34 A C+56.5 Comscope CTV 37.13 +.06 17 1.2m 12o
86 75 78 A B 58.0 Comtech CMTL 49.13 +.58 33 174 16o
65 29 59 B A 21.5 ConsolC 10 CNSL 15.16 +.22 43 90 21
35 44 39 D C 43.2 CrownCstl CCI 31.67 +.97 +61 3.2m ..o
59 92 55 C C 23.1 DeutTele 7.6 DT 15.87 +.56 +31 1.4m 14o
51 58 49 C B33.2 EMSTech ELMG 21.95 .41 48 46 17
55 73 47 D D41.7 EchoStarn SATS 26.90 .05 45 143 99
63 68 64 B C 61.8 Embarq 6.4 r EQ 42.83 +.77 33 1.0m 8o
34 27 56 B E 21.0 Ericsn 2.8 ERIC 10.50 +.43 3 7.1m 15o
70 74 67 A B39.7 FrnceTel 8.3 FTE 29.51 +1.03 +4 323 11
80 79 76 B C+14.7 Frontie 8.4 FTR 11.90 +.40 37 2.0m 18o
53 80 13 A B 125 Garmin 2.1 r GRMN 36.50 .66 54 1.2m 9o
3 6 11 C E 11.3 GilatSatNet GILT 6.01 +.05 74 99 13
36 43 39 .. B 24.8 GlblCrsg GLBC 15.55 .13 49 154 ..o
88 92 54 A B66.9 Harris 1.7 HRS 47.88 +.60 21 1.2m 14
48 87 22 A D 19.5 Hellnc 5.8 OTE 10.01 +.12 36 38 9
39 71 21 B D+61.0 HughCom HUGH 34.91 +.02 47 36 14
55 73 40 D B 25.0 HutchTel HTX 17.26 +.29+159 202 30
77 56 88 C B 28.0 InterDig IDCC 25.22 +.75 36 468 48o
29 47 19 C D 16.1 JDSUni r JDSU 8.64 +.32 43 2.6m 16o
20 47 29 C D30.2 KTCorp 4.0 KTC 17.72 +.42+137 1.7m 6
32 29 43 D B 85.5 LeapWire LEAP 42.13 .04+149 2.8m ..o
80 89 67 B B29.0 MagyarT 10 MTA 23.70 +.86 9 32 10
97 86 96 C A16.0 MasTec MTZ 13.68 .23 23 421 19o
53 73 33 A C+28.3 MetroPCSn PCS 14.70 .21 +35 2.3m 26o
62 94 24 A D+127 Millicom MICC 73.36 +2.30 44 682 14
72 92 32 A B 105 MobilTel 4.3 MBT 61.98 +3.89 21 1.6m 10o
78 90 57 A C 83.4 NIIHldg r NIHD 41.44 +.48 50 1.5m 14o
81 77 81 C C 17.4 NTTDoCo 2.6 DCM 15.38 +.17 +53 338 15
75 91 38 A C+36.3 NeuStar r NSR 20.67 +.68 15 523 15o
81 73 72 B C+23.0 NeutTandn TNDM 18.07 +.39 +3 234 43
67 75 71 C C+26.6 NippnT&T 1.6 NTT 22.56 +.33 +11 670 9o
56 91 18 A D 42.2 Nokia 3.0 NOK 20.24 +.32 19 14m 8
80 44 89 B A 33.0 nTelos 2.9 NTLS 29.41 +.20 +39 293 31
66 6 89 B A+16.5 OplinkC OPLK 13.29 +.45 +16 120 21
60 82 55 A C+53.0 PTIndos 2.6 IIT 33.16 +.61 54 15 14
80 81 65 A D24.7 PrtnrCo 6.1 r PTNR 19.60 +.34 56 72 11
97 97 95 C B 11.8 PCTel r PCTI 9.59 +.13 52 77 18
79 85 66 A C+76.8 PhilLD .1 PHI 57.84 +2.01 2 205 12
79 88 59 A C+14.8 PortgTel 12 PT 10.59 .01 13 111 12
92 75 88 A B 56.9 Qualcm 1.4 r QCOM 46.54 +1.25 31 16m 21o
52 7 86 E A16.4 RCN RCNI 12.95 +.71 +17 228 ..
86 99 48 A C+148 RschInMt RIMM.97.53 +.82 +22 24m 36
29 76 20 B E 75.0 Rostele .8 ROS 47.16 .45 24 137 15
21 30 34 E D38.5 SBAComm SBAC 26.80 ...+176 5.0m ..o
30 34 39 B B33.6 SKTelecm 3.9 SKM 19.48 +.21 5 1.7m 8
88 75 95 C B+25.8 ShndCm 1.2 SHEN 21.67 +1.20 26 51 24k
37 66 14 A E 24.3 SierraWr r SWIR 9.87 .25 63 245 6o
70 73 52 A B31.7 Starentn STAR 12.88 +.38 30 418 20
95 96 88 A C+22.97Syniverse SVR 17.76 +.95 18 729 13o
18 11 22 D B47.2 TIMPartc 3.7 TSU 22.70 +1.52 35 318 ..
19 36 14 D C 24.0 TWTelecom TWTC 10.91 +.03 46 1.9m ..o
27 19 83 .. B 40.4 VidSanN .8 TCL 23.75 +3.44+220 460 45
83 71 88 C B17.7 Tekelec r TKLC 14.86 +.29 13 497 17
43 77 28 B E 28.1 TelNort .7 TNE 17.32 +.47 +22 1.4m 5o
51 73 22 A B 27.3 TelecmArgt TEO 13.30 +.42+168 706 7
59 80 50 A E 35.8 TeleSao 11 TSP 23.86 +.95 50 69 9
24 60 17 C C+26.4 TelItali 10 TIA 11.99 +.12 +19 132 6
23 60 20 C D32.9 TelItal 5.6 TI 16.11 +.19 +13 300 9
23 58 16 B D17.8 TelcmNwZ 9 NZT 9.61 +.03 26 189 6
70 86 56 A D 103 Telefon 3.2 r TEF 75.51 +3.10 29 280 9o
65 41 94 B B27.0 TelfnMe 2.8 TMX 26.70 +.79 34 1.1m 10
31 54 35 B C+56.9 TelkmIn 4.4 TLK 30.14 +1.02 24 288 11
30 58 20 C B72.3 TelData 1.2 TDS 35.06 +.65 +53 505 14
36 71 24 C D20.0 TelmxInt 2.2 TII 12.10 +.52 +7 1.2m 19
47 79 36 B D+58.6 TelusA 4.8 r TU 35.42 +.56 +5 127 10
77 95 50 A D43.2 TrimblNv r TRMB 29.50 +.13 +48 1.4m 20
84 98 51 A B 30.0 Turkcell 3.5 TKC 16.84 +.81 24 1.3m 8o
59 56 91 C C+17.7 USAMoblty USMO 10.88 +.23 +40 347 6
26 56 22 C D103 USCell USM 46.68 +1.25 +36 136 17
48 61 45 C C 46.0 Verizon 5.7 r VZ 32.05 +.77 +8 17m 12o
83 88 80 B B36.5 Viasat VSAT 24.99 +.42 50 81 17
68 98 20 A B45.5 Vimpel 2.2 VIP 21.28 +1.34 37 2.9m 11o
48 75 27 B D+40.9 Vodafone 6.4 VOD 23.45 +1.15 +4 3.9m 9o
74 76 61 B B14.5 Windstrm 8.6 WIN 11.63 +.29 15 3.4m 10o
17. APPAREL
89 48 94 C A 23.1 Carters CRI 20.17 +.42 27 723 15k
83 91 32 A B49.0 Coach r COH 25.36 .53 +43 11m 12
74 42 80 C B+57.3 ColumSp 1.5 COLM 43.80 +.90 47 213 13o
88 95 47 A B+166 DeckrsOut DECK 109.2 +3.95 37 416 20o
67 59 83 .. C+18.9 FGXIntl FGXI 11.12 +1.12 +14 104 21
93 36 98 B B+21.0 GIIIApparel GIII 19.44 +1.13 7 144 21
76 82 26 A B46.5 GildanActv GIL 24.09 +.28 50 601 17o
57 63 44 D B 37.7 Hanesbrd HBI 23.44 +.17 28 1.4m 12o
82 91 43 A B+24.5 IconixBr ICON 13.21 .06 +34 1.8m 11
79 42 95 E A 23.1 JonesAp 2.9 JNY 19.55 +1.22 8 2.1m 16o
43 29 54 E A35.9 LizClaib 1.3 r LIZ 17.03 +.01 44 1.7m 24o
78 38 83 C B 17.6 Maidenfrm MFB 15.56 +.36 38 102 13
68 45 78 C B34.8 Movado 1.3 r MOV 23.76 +.39 38 109 14
90 79 83 A C+70.6 NikeB 1.4 r NKE .65.01 +5.74+224 11m 17o
37 52 25 D C+29.4 PerryEllis r PERY 15.75 .01 27 179 9
78 62 64 B B55.0 PhilpsV .4 PVH 37.31 +.13 +14 1.3m 12o
94 86 85 B B 80.5 PoloRL .3 r RL 70.59 +2.39 1 2.0m 17o
59 82 39 B C 25.6 SkechersA SKX 16.56 .24 20 655 9
72 38 97 C B 29.0 SteveMdn SHOO 25.42 +.59 31 212 19
99 90 98 A A31.8 TrueRelig TRLG 29.99 +1.20 35 608 20o
79 40 70 B A65.5 UndrArmr UA 34.04 .28 32 765 41o
93 66 84 B B 87.4 VFCorp 2.9 VFC 79.95 +2.50 +18 1.2m 14
59 76 21 B C+45.0 Volcom VLCM 18.25 +1.07 +10 614 12o
99 94 95 B B53.9 Warnaco WRC 49.40 +3.07 13 963 17o
78 54 92 B B42.0 Weyco 1.7 WEYS 33.51 +.69 29 13 17
83 84 68 B B 31.2 Wolvrn 1.7 WWW 25.96 .04 3 528 14
18. CHEMICALS
63 86 24 B E 106 AirPrds 2.5 r APD 70.98 2.61+194 6.0m 14o
86 93 66 B E 65.5 Airgas .9 ARG 50.70 .14 +7 777 17o
78 85 47 B B48.8 Albemar 1.4 r ALB 35.20 +.39 15 727 13
74 60 66 B B20.3 AmrVngrd .4 AVD 14.34 .39 14 131 20
79 64 75 C B+48.0 ArchChem 2.2 ARJ 37.10 .36 +32 268 15
9 32 14 D E 69.0 Ashland 3.5 ASH 31.04 +1.69 +87 2.4m 10o
97 86 94 A B30.3 Balchem .4 BCPC 27.95 +.23 15 91 29
24 32 18 B D+20.3 Braskem 6.6 BAK 11.28 +.48 54 128 4
86 51 85 B A40.5 Cabot 2.2 CBT 32.03 +.71 12 539 20o
64 95 24 A B51.0 Celanese .5 r CE.30.63 1.53 +37 3.1m 7
71 69 62 A C+78.9 Ceradyne r CRDN 38.68 +.31 27 407 7o
80 94 87 .. B 87.97CmpsMn 2.3 CMP 57.87 .40 42 445 19o
52 75 27 C D 69.9 CytecInd 1.1 r CYT 43.88 +1.11 8 530 10k
68 55 62 B B 47.4 DowChm 4.8 DOW 35.13 +.54 +2 8.0m 10o
62 86 55 C C+78.3 EastChm 3.0 r EMN 58.24 +.40 34 753 10o
83 93 76 A D80.2 FMC .8 FMC.61.05 +.69 +33 1.4m 16o
69 83 61 C E 36.5 GenTek GETI 26.45 .07 +25 29 7
24 41 19 .. D+32.8 GraceWR GRA 16.89 +.83 +19 985 7o
91 70 87 B B22.1 Hercules 1.0 HPC 20.52 +.26 38 1.8m 13o
9 9 9 C B28.3 Huntsm 4.5 HUN 8.97 .37 +10 3.0m 13o
81 73 97 D E 41.5 Innophos 2.6 IPHS 25.87 .38 28 427 7o
36 52 13 B D26.8 KMGChe .9 KMGB 8.46 .32 +40 22 13k
87 97 81 .. B52.07Koppers 2.1 r KOP 42.55 1.26 25 175 14
52 62 33 B C+33.2 Methnx 3.0 r MEOH 21.01 .23 5 518 6o
72 57 66 E B+73.3 MinrlTec .3 MTX 61.89 +.95 32 111 ..
62 87 46 B C 31.0 NalcoHld .7 NLC 19.77 +.39 23 935 14
88 90 52 B B 93.6 NewMkt 1.5 r NEU.54.46 .22 44 136 11o
73 84 55 B C 39.7 NovaChm 1.5 NCX 24.46 +1.17 +6 838 5o
42 64 10 A E 66.0 OMGroup OMG 24.92 +.16 15 816 3o
73 64 69 A C 80.0 PPGInd 3.4 PPG 61.16 +1.42 4 1.7m 11
88 73 92 C C 29.3 Polypore PPO.22.87 +1.16 49 196 24
84 87 52 A D99 Praxair 1.9 r PX.77.91 .69 +68 3.8m 19o
92 61 95 C B+33.8 QkrChem 2.9 KWR 31.96 +.57 55 39 19
72 94 42 C C+43.7 RockwdH ROC.28.51 +1.21 +17 745 13
66 64 73 D A50.0 Rogers r ROG 38.46 +.51 41 63 19
93 72 98 B C 76.5 RoHaas 2.3 ROH 72.48 .53 +12 3.2m 20
72 81 69 D B25.5 Schlmn 2.8 SHLM 21.20 +.29 51 82 15k
92 81 78 A B63.0 SigmAl 1.0 SIAL 54.73 +1.02 21 1.0m 21
10 23 9 C D102 Sinopec 5.6 SHI 23.40 +.30 5 42 ..
59 34 99 .. D18.0 Solutian SOA 14.02 +1.07 28 654 ..o
97 87 98 C B+60.8 Stepan 1.6 SCL 53.65 +.38 61 30 22
65 4 97 D B 12.6 Symyx SMMX 10.34 .30 +16 257 ..
22 23 27 D D32.5 Valhi 2.3 VHI 17.40 .35 5 61 ..
79 57 86 B C+42.7 WD40 2.8 WDFC 36.14 +1.07 18 75 19k
84 62 96 C A26.7 WestlkCh 1.0 WLK 21.93 +.83+105 938 14o
21 15 13 B C+48.8 Zoltek ZOLT 18.48 +.43 54 346 26o
19. COMP HDWRE
64 95 37 A D202 AppleInc AAPL 131.9 +3.22 +16 35m 25
79 67 85 C B35.7 Avocent r AVCT 22.04 +.54 38 393 12k
80 57 87 D A 46.4 BlackBox .7 BBOX 35.67 .16 9 134 11
86 81 57 A B 34.2 Cisco r CSCO 23.48 +.68 +12 57m 15o
42 47 52 D B+26.9 Cmpllntnya CML 11.85 +.01 28 104 ..
66 73 60 B B41.1 DataDomn DDUP 22.77 +.48 29 690 66
22 45 26 B E 30.8 DellInc r DELL 16.93 +.23 24 25m 11o
40 39 64 C E 45.9 Diebold 3.0 DBD 33.73 +.30 62 242 99
56 55 73 C D17.3 DigiIntl DGII 10.52 +.40 +3 210 17o
51 83 33 B D+25.5 EMC r EMC 13.04 +.84 +53 50m 17o
38 30 41 C C+28.1 ElecImag r EFII 14.49 +.04 10 357 14k
44 47 28 B B 22.5 Emulex ELX 11.29 .17 3 1.3m 9o
68 73 54 C D 24.9 EZchip EZCH 13.46 ... 21 75 99
93 62 97 A B+21.9 FndryNtwk r FDRY 18.26 +.36 +14 8.1m 23o
88 90 76 B B+53.5 HewlttPk .7 r HPQ 47.70 +.92 +24 22m 13o
88 94 50 A B 38.0 JnprNtwk r JNPR 23.20 .05 33 8.7m 22
72 73 63 C C 44.2 LexmarkA r LXK 31.99 .33 30 1.3m 8
90 91 48 A C 37.2 Logitech r LOGI 24.12 ... 33 670 14o
79 87 54 A C+37.5 MicrosSys r MCRS 28.94 +.94 33 602 20o
74 88 68 C C+29.4 NCR NCR 22.99 +.86 35 1.1m 15
90 83 84 A B36.1 NatInstr 1.4 NATI 31.99 +.19 62 150 23
57 87 39 A E 32.4 NetApp r NTAP 18.82 +.01 12 7.5m 14o
76 73 62 B B 16.0 Netezzan NZ 10.95 1.42 +8 466 52
59 73 31 A C+37.0 Netgear NTGR 15.20 +.60 23 442 9o
70 82 55 A D 41.0 NICESys NICE 28.43 +.99 +13 337 18
92 87 68 A B29.7 Polycom r PLCM 23.83 +.30 36 1.3m 16
99 85 89 A B+20.2 Qlogic r QLGC 16.14 .19 14 3.6m 14
36 47 59 E B 14.7 RackblSys RACK 10.34 +.11 14 417 43o
38 49 37 B B27.4 Rimage r RIMG 14.00 .24 40 35 9k
26 18 19 B D+52.8 Riverbed r RVBD 12.65 +.26 51 1.0m 20
32 82 11 B D28.9 Seagate 3.5 r STX 12.47 +.15 32 3.9m 4
7 16 10 C B25.0 SunMicrors r JAVA 7.96 +.14 18 14m 5o
98 89 96 A C 41.27Synaptics SYNA 30.38 +.64 44 800 23o
51 79 36 A C+30.1 Teradata r TDC 19.40 1.63+183 3.7m 14o
86 69 99 E B 13.8 TransAct TACT 10.25 +.10 54 59 73
57 97 26 A D40.0 WestDigtl r WDC 21.91 +.57 36 3.3m 5o
76 65 47 B C+39.1 ZebraTech r ZBRA 29.43 +.05 45 283 16
20. INSURANCE
93 73 82 B A68.0 ACELtd 1.8 ACE 60.00 +3.94 36 3.5m 7
91 84 72 A B68.8 AFLAC 1.6 r AFL 60.40 1.20 38 2.9m 16
74 87 71 D B 45.9 AXA 4.6 AXA 34.40 +.61 67 410 9o
12 20 24 D D 20.8 AegonNV 7.3 AEG 11.03 +.89 +27 1.9m 8o
32 45 34 C D+23.6 Allianz 4.4 AZ 15.44 +.76 38 705 8
43 29 44 B B53.5 AlldWAsr 2.0 AWH 36.70 .32 7 288 4
51 29 60 C B 59.2 Allstate 3.6 r ALL 45.38 +.71 38 3.4m 8
76 61 93 D C+12.5 AmComp AMCP 11.95 +.01 73 13 11
84 78 82 C B32.0 AmerFin 1.7 AFG 29.07 .43 56 318 6o
1 23 1 E E 70.1 AmerInt 20 r AIG 3.02 .29+133 310m ..o
15 34 38 .. B 145 AmerNtl 3.5 ANAT 89.15 +1.15 +23 43 16k
77 77 65 B C 50.5 AmPhy 1.0 r ACAP 41.90 +.24 42 45 8
46 46 41 B D21.1 AmrSaftyIns r ASI 14.32 .03 6 35 5
87 56 96 B B+21.6 Amerisfe AMSF 19.33 +1.02 37 103 7
93 98 72 A C+17.6 AmTrFin 1.5 r AFSI 13.76 +.93 44 168 8o
89 70 83 B C+51.3 AON 1.3 r AOC 47.51 +2.17 +4 3.2m 17o
86 69 85 B B 80.5 ArchCap r ACGL 74.00 +.41 22 329 6o
72 21 76 B B+45.8 ArgoGpIntn AGII 37.86 +.52 +39 166 10
63 31 75 B B32.4 AspenIns 2.3 r AHL 26.03 .17 35 545 5
57 88 40 B B71.3 Assurant 1.1 AIZ 51.30 +1.61 34 1.2m 8o
38 21 31 B B29.5 AssrdGty 1.0 r AGO 17.69 +.27 76 737 10o
56 20 72 B B43.4 AXISCap 2.2 r AXS 33.42 +1.61 20 907 5o
65 58 68 B D+32.2 BrklyWR .9 r WRB 26.00 +1.25 52 646 7
89 52 87 B A 27.8 BrwnBrn 1.2 BRO 22.53 +.13 30 772 18
52 46 58 C B41.8 CNAFinl 2.3 CNA 26.55 .46 21 419 7o
93 79 94 B A 22.9 CNASurety SUR 19.15 .09 48 49 8
90 60 85 A B 13.5 CastlePt 1.4 CPHL 10.93 +.21 +20 511 8
65 59 70 B C+106 ChinaLfe 1.5 LFC 58.12 +2.37 24 1.5m 24o
77 64 79 B B69.4 Chubb 2.5 r CB 52.40 +2.20 20 3.1m 8
41 26 64 D C+45.0 CinnFnl 5.0 r CINF 31.15 +1.82 50 870 11o
62 71 19 A D28.7 CNinsuren CISG 9.81 +.31 45 42 16
96 76 96 B B+32.9 DarwinP DR 31.62 .05 44 55 17
68 52 75 C A43.7 DelphiFn 1.4 r DFG 29.36 +1.08 30 267 9
84 55 85 C A 21.5 DonglA 2.3 DGICA 17.99 +.19 +65 71 12k
70 44 91 C B31.7 EMCIns 2.4 r EMCI 29.85 +.46 66 13 19
65 65 29 A C+36.9 eHealth EHTH 17.04 +.39 61 125 27
62 48 56 B B 21.7 EmployH 1.4 EIG 16.99 +.38 51 157 9
52 18 59 B B 43.3 EndurSp 3.1 ENH 32.52 .32 25 439 4
52 31 78 D C+146 EnstarGp ESGR 105.4 .16 70 8 52
64 40 67 B B 61.4 ErieIndt 3.7 ERIE 47.82 +.37 42 60 15
39 12 63 C C+115 EverstRe 2.3 r RE 84.30 +3.55 58 231 7
87 90 90 C C+71.5 FPICIns FPIC 51.65 +1.70 30 35 10
70 24 88 B B 343 FairfxF 1.7 FFH 287.9 3.23 35 125 3o
35 3 72 E B 21.0 FidlNFin 8.1 FNF 14.90 +.11 54 1.2m ..o
52 38 69 E A44.2 FirstAm 2.9 r FAF 30.66 .09 70 447 45o
44 60 21 B C+25.2 FstMerF r FMR 13.25 .13 2 148 6
82 51 60 A A14.7 Flagsto 1.4 FSR 11.53 +.18 4 88 5
80 36 86 B B 30.0 Gallaghr 4.7 AJG 27.37 +.42 21 528 15k
7 19 7 C C+32.3 Genwth 3.8 r GNW 10.58 .05 37 5.0m 4o
82 79 58 A C 23.9 Grnlghtn r GLRE 18.85 .15 4 121 12
85 71 85 B B 31.6 HCCIns 1.9 HCC 25.90 .11 26 836 7
82 61 85 C A55.0 HanvrIns .9 r THG 46.49 1.11 28 337 10o
84 59 85 C A44.0 Harlysvl 3.2 r HGIC 37.45 +.35 56 40 13
41 65 19 C B 99 HartfdFn 4.1 r HIG 51.75 .15 +3 3.9m 4o
70 12 88 C B47.7 HilbRogl 1.3 HRH 44.80 +.25+104 924 35
43 1 70 C C+12.3 HilltopH HTH 10.32 +.10 59 99 ..
37 66 30 B C+46.1 ING 7.1 ING 27.70 +1.38+118 3.4m 4o
89 70 90 B A33.8 IPCHldgs 2.7 IPCR 31.58 .02 54 320 5k
63 48 89 C D 52.8 InfPrCas 1.0 IPCC 45.58 +1.02 45 85 10
99 93 99 A A+39.3 LifePtn .8 r LPHI 35.88 +.10 34 54 18
60 59 60 C B+70.7 LincNatl 3.4 LNC 48.20 +2.00 50 1.3m 9o
65 77 60 C B51.5 LoewsC .6 L 42.24 +1.58 50 1.8m 11o
48 54 73 B D46.9 Manulife 2.7 MFC 37.27 +.85 47 875 13
64 41 68 C B+554 Markel MKL 406.8 +2.29 67 15 13
92 55 96 C B+36.8 MarshM 2.4 MMC 32.81 +.83 25 4.3m 24o
73 28 75 B B+31.0 MaxCp 1.4 r MXGL 25.02 +.08 67 130 7
65 31 86 D A62.0 MercuryG 4.4 MCY 53.05 +1.35 61 107 14
66 62 67 C B71.2 MetLife 1.3 r MET 56.32 +2.42 53 5.2m 9o
72 30 82 B B+18.2 Montplr 1.8 r MRH 16.78 .25 38 463 5o
58 35 83 C C+55.6 NtnwdFnl 2.3 NFS 50.86 .04 90 100 12o
89 66 75 A A66.7 NavigGrp NAVG 56.26 +1.38 70 46 9
64 8 96 B B47.2 OdyssyRe .6 r ORH 46.40 .60 55 149 16
35 23 49 D B 19.6 OldRepIn 5.6 ORI 12.14 +.35 47 1.3m ..
59 37 81 D B 23.6 OneBeac 4.3 OB 19.33 .49 51 76 10
68 37 70 B B 84.8 Partnrre 2.5 r PRE 72.75 +.58 41 362 5
92 75 99 B B60.4 PhilConsol r PHLY 59.75 .26 62 517 14
82 66 78 B B 38.8 PlatUnd .9 r PTP 34.85 +.35 44 338 5
56 49 71 D B20.5 PresLife 3.0 PLFE 16.43 +.41 40 46 9
45 65 48 C B 70.9 PrncplF 2.0 r PFG 45.19 +3.19 65 1.0m 11o
83 86 70 B B+71.2 Proassrnce r PRA 50.25 +.40 +43 354 10
45 27 64 C C 21.3 Progresv .8 PGR 17.29 +.18 49 3.3m 12
34 45 35 C B45.9 PrtcLife 2.9 PL 31.89 +.29 64 229 8o
73 76 70 C B 101 Prudentl 1.6 r PRU 74.07 +.69 36 3.2m 10o
42 44 44 D B 33.0 PrudtlUK 3.4 PUK 21.20 +1.70 45 196 16
88 60 94 B A72.1 RLI 1.5 r RLI 64.64 +3.09 58 76 10k
68 70 73 C D59.4 ReinsGpA .7 RGAA 49.11 +.10 43 751 8k
47 20 70 B D+66.8 RenaisRe 1.8 RNR 50.63 +1.88 50 258 5o
81 58 91 C A49.4 SafeIns 3.8 SAFT 42.31 .64 24 84 8
64 67 46 B B 19.2 SeaBrght SEAB 13.00 +.67 +47 215 7k
77 57 92 D B+30.4 SelInsG 2.1 SIGI 25.30 +.59 45 179 11
83 84 75 B B+58.0 StancrpF 1.5 SFG 48.40 1.45 27 290 9
76 32 94 C A37.1 StatAut 1.8 STFC 32.69 +1.38 37 45 64k
34 53 36 C C+59.4 SunLife 3.7 r SLF 37.40 +1.58 64 240 9o
71 54 81 B B66.0 Torchmrk .9 TMK 62.14 +3.14 19 695 10k
89 96 67 A B 36.1 TowerGp .8 TWGP 24.43 +.14 12 240 9o
51 41 47 B B 75.8 TransAtl 1.4 TRH 54.40 .52 +10 102 7
71 58 66 B B 58.6 Travele 2.7 TRV 45.09 +.91 22 3.9m 6o
20 15 32 D B53.0 Unitrin 6.7 UTR 28.19 +.25 33 260 25
47 34 64 B C 26.5 UnvAmr r UAM 12.37 .17 42 199 11o
82 75 91 D B 28.0 UnmGrp 1.2 r UNM 25.97 +.28 52 1.9m 10o
82 59 66 A B27.8 Validus 3.8 VR 21.07 ... 10 226 3
56 29 79 D B 566 WhtMtIn 1.7 WTM 482.0 +1.62 61 10 35
82 63 59 A B43.2 WillisGp 3.2 WSH 31.89 +1.13 34 898 10o
10 6 9 B B 82.1 XLCptl 7.4 r XL 17.90 +.65 71 2.6m 2
70 42 74 B B 47.0 ZenithNt 5.2 ZNT 38.74 +.22 51 166 8k
21. MISC
62 60 43 C B+39.6 AlbnyInt 1.7 AIN 28.30 .73 +54 432 13
86 84 75 B B46.2 Aptargrp 1.5 ATR 39.99 +.42 34 301 18k
33 52 15 A E 92.2 AracrzC 2.6 ARA 46.38 +1.68 +21 555 9k
56 29 95 D D+18.7 Argann AGX 15.15 +.05 43 16 ..
55 65 49 B C 56.2 Ball 1.0 r BLL 41.82 +.55 25 771 11o
72 51 87 C B 29.9 Bemis 3.2 BMS 27.52 +.57 22 940 16o
76 51 84 C A149972 BrkHaA BRKA 133100 200 +50 2 17
81 51 84 C A+5059 BerkHaB BRKB 444035.00 +11 31 17
72 59 64 B B+49.9 Carlisle 1.9 r CSL 32.19 1.18 +10 596 10
67 74 66 B B66.4 Chemed .6 r CHE 42.06 .09 42 164 13
52 77 30 B B51.2 Crane 2.5 CR 32.06 +.09 28 233 9k
77 87 64 B C+29.6 CrownHldg r CCK 23.61 +.77 0 1.7m 15
81 82 66 B B+52.5 DuPont 3.8 DD 42.61 1.13 +40 9.6m 11
79 51 94 B B 54.1 ESCOTech ESE 49.22 .60 27 201 29o
49 83 19 B D 101 Eaton 3.4 ETN 59.49 .48 +64 3.3m 8
59 86 35 A D+59.1 EmrsnEl 2.9 r EMR 41.24 +.90 +6 5.1m 13o
48 35 85 D C 17.0 FedSignl 1.7 FSS 13.90 .09 9 473 22
43 45 56 C B 84.7 FortuneB 2.9 r FO 60.92 +1.45 0 917 12o
48 57 33 A B 42.2 GenElect 4.8 r GE 25.68 +1.09 +53 105m 11
90 94 73 D B 17.2 Glatfelt 2.5 GLT 14.26 .06 30 172 15o
96 95 88 B B+73.5 GreifA 2.2 GEF 69.62 .02 16 305 17o
50 90 20 B E 66.5 Harsco 2.0 HSC 39.86 .03 +9 894 12
67 50 82 D B77.3 Hitachi .7 HIT 70.27 +2.20 +13 78 ..o
58 88 35 B D+63.0 Honywel 2.5 HON.43.35 +1.18 +33 7.3m 12
80 87 60 A C+70.0 ITTCorp 1.2 ITT 56.02 +.93 +17 1.8m 14o
78 64 78 C B 37.3 IntPaper 3.6 IP 28.15 +.47 18 5.1m 12o
72 72 60 C B+33.8 Kadant r KAI 24.50 ... 47 55 12
77 62 83 C A39.3 KamanA 1.9 KAMN 30.00 +.41 46 83 22
39 39 32 B C+45.6 KonPhlps 3.1 r PHG 29.72 +1.26 26 542 6
57 32 85 C B+45.0 Lancstr 2.9 LANC 38.38 +.69 32 95 21o
44 50 64 D D 56.9 LeucdNa .6 LUK 43.83 +1.13 25 968 ..o
88 91 78 B B 35.3 MDURes 2.1 MDU 29.21 +.74 34 743 13
80 88 68 D B+34.6 MeadWv 3.6 MWV 25.34 +.17 1 1.5m 21
73 56 88 C A21.8 MyersInd 1.9 MYE 12.97 +.16 49 96 14
79 91 86 C C+20.9 NthnTch NTIC 11.69 .13 73 3 13
88 97 73 A B 30.4 Olin 3.6 OLN.21.94 +.70 34 988 12o
49 88 18 B D60.6 OwensIllinois r OI 30.77 +4.94 +98 6.6m 7o
74 62 77 B C 31.9 PackAmr 5.0 r PKG 24.22 +.67 +41 1.8m 15k
72 40 83 B B32.3 Pactiv PTV 25.92 +.81 43 1.1m 14k
50 32 81 C D48.2 PicoHlds PICO 39.49 +.69 49 71 ..o
84 77 85 C B54.8 Potlatch 4.2 PCH 48.60 +2.41 13 484 19o
91 86 91 A B47.8 RavnInd 1.3 r RAVN 40.48 .42 +37 146 23
99 78 98 B A+46.4 RockTen 1.0 RKT.41.77 1.19 +6 575 17o
49 43 39 C C 15.8 SappiL 3.1 SPP 10.43 +.59 27 191 12
66 54 79 B C 28.3 SealAir 2.1 SEE 23.14 +.47 13 1.2m 14o
54 63 39 B B 160 Siemens 1.8 r SI 99.7 +1.27 +50 1.1m 13o
80 72 77 B B+58.6 SilgnHld 1.3 SLGN 51.36 .64 +1 212 15o
79 72 79 B B35.8 SonocoP 3.4 SON 31.32 +.88 +8 511 12
85 78 97 C B 30.0 StandexI 3.0 SXI 28.32 +1.56 +54 92 18
79 60 90 B B81.2 Teleflex 2.1 TFX 66.26 +1.04 26 216 19
48 23 78 D A 37.7 TempleI 2.5 TIN 15.79 .13 28 2.1m 37o
53 56 41 B B 47.3 Thomson 3.7 TRI 29.49 1.36 +65 404 17
71 74 54 A B 97.0 3M 2.9 MMM 69.73 +1.16 +6 5.3m 13
37 47 52 C C 19.1 Tomkins 8.8 TKS 12.07 +.41 +50 424 8
66 41 93 D A 21.0 Tredegar .8 TG 19.16 +.02 10 191 22
54 70 54 D B48.0 TycoIn 1.8 r TYC 36.84 .32 30 2.6m 13o
84 99 70 B B14.6 UFPTech UFPT 7.47 +.17 37 39 8
63 84 45 B C+82.5 UntdTech 2.2 r UTX 59.17 .46 +30 8.0m 12
32 31 20 B D 35.1 Votorntm VCP 19.19 +.48 +1 753 9k
73 80 90 B E 111 WaltrInd .7 WLT 57.00 .10 15 2.8m 25o
22. BUILDING
89 74 73 B B23.0 AAON 1.7 AAON 19.35 +.39 22 95 14
87 94 63 B B 53.9 Acuity 1.2 r AYI 41.88 +1.33 36 361 10k
62 94 40 B D38.3 AecomTecn ACM.24.68 .20 7 668 18o
47 2 93 E B 32.4 AWod 1.4 AMWD 26.21 +1.99 29 54 ..
53 67 20 B B+138 Ameron 1.7 AMN 72.0236.12+999 1.1m 11o
61 76 58 B E 29.0 ApogeE 1.8 r APOG 16.22 +.39 +8 470 9o
34 18 74 .. C 39.4 ArmstrW AWI 32.23 .27 30 181 12
53 44 66 C B 92.3 BlackDc 2.7 r BDK 62.51 +1.12 52 463 11o
55 73 66 .. C+14.4 Blount BLT 11.46 .08 43 121 14o
52 77 29 B E 44.4 CRHPlc 4.3 CRH 24.31 +.72 +23 203 6
40 61 24 B D+32.6 Cemex CX 18.39 +.36 10 6.7m 6o
23 8 52 E B+30.8 Centex 1.0 CTX 16.82 +.78 0 7.2m ..
39 85 7 A D63.5 ChicgB&I .8 CBI 21.13 .15 +2 1.4m 8o
99 99 84 C B 15.8 ComfrtS 1.3 r FIX 14.18 +.15 49 201 13
53 34 84 E B+18.0 DRHort 2.2 DHI 13.92 +.74 +22 11m ..o
60 32 92 E C+75.1 DeltcTm .5 r DEL 65.25 +.63 +30 90 99
17 39 8 D E 28.9 EmpICA ICA 12.69 .15 +27 206 27
88 65 94 B B 18.4 ENGlobal ENG 13.89 +.95 +7 350 24
94 71 94 E B+24.1 FerroCp 2.6 FOE 22.59 +.57 43 349 ..
62 92 25 B C 101 Fluor .9 FLR.56.73 +1.04 +16 4.4m 19o
72 62 66 C C 31.5 FullerHB 1.1 r FUL 22.78 +.55 +37 736 13o
69 98 28 A C 50.1 Gafisan .8 GFA 26.22 +1.66 21 680 14o
71 68 84 D B+57.4 GraniteC 1.4 r GVA 37.91 +2.06 15 658 13o
92 92 93 B C+19.7 HillIntl HIL 15.28 +1.02 5 270 30
79 95 46 A C+70.7 HomexDvlp r HXM 48.17 +2.60 +24 619 11k
75 92 37 B B 20.0 Intrface 1.0 IFSIA 12.11 +.45 40 364 11
60 92 22 B C 103 JacobsEng JEC 57.84 .71 3 1.8m 18o
45 26 75 E A30.6 KBHome 4.7 KBH 21.16 +.84 +39 7.8m ..
40 91 7 C C+45.2 KBRInc 1.2 KBR 16.46 .22 +48 4.0m 10o
41 49 60 E B 26.5 LennarA 4.3 LEN 14.99 +.22 +7 8.6m ..o
38 49 44 E A 25.3 LennarB 5.2 LENB 12.31 +.22 72 65 ..
82 66 83 C B42.2 Lennox 1.6 r LII 35.17 .84 +6 797 13
47 41 66 E B+48.6 MDCHld 2.6 MDC 38.14 +.62 +30 1.6m ..o
64 34 99 E A26.0 MIHomes MHO 22.23 +.20 1 261 ..
68 49 78 B C+144 MrtMar 1.4 MLM 116.6 +2.90 30 478 22o
41 12 73 D B25.3 Masco 5.1 MAS 18.61 +.64 20 4.6m 15o
49 10 99 E B+29.5 Meritage MTH 24.97 +.50 +1 1.1m 48o
59 34 73 D A 87.4 MohawkInd MHK 70.27 +1.46 +7 1.1m 12
65 19 94 E A 14.2 MuellerW .6 MWA 11.26 +.34 20 480 24
61 23 91 C B+679 NVR NVR 605.0 +7.00 31 61 10k
38 60 30 A E 16.5 OrionMarn OMGI 10.77 +.77 25 76 13
59 9 91 D B 28.6 OwensC OC 24.83 +.40 41 696 22o
43 63 15 B B 66.8 Perini PCR 24.55 .45 24 457 6o
47 1 97 E A19.7 PulteHom 1.0 PHM 15.61 +.55 +4 10m ..o
92 95 81 C B+35.4 Quanta PWR.28.70 .09 25 2.3m 35o
92 82 68 B A25.2 RPMIntl 3.7 RPM 20.28 +.56 24 614 11k
20 45 13 D D 77.3 ShawGp SGR 34.71 .40 +13 2.0m 43o
63 20 82 D A+33.9 SimpsnMf 1.4 SSD 27.82 +.52 40 248 26o
87 81 90 C C+51.1 SmithAO 1.9 r AOS 40.46 +.49 57 129 12
90 89 90 B B62.2 SnapOn 2.1 SNA 56.80 +.25+105 1.2m 14k
73 67 68 B B 59.0 Stanley 2.8 r SWK 46.07 +.40 23 591 11o
63 67 57 B C+27.0 SterlCons STRL 18.21 +.71 +10 108 14
63 52 76 E B37.8 TecmsehA TECUA 26.58 +.22 34 108 99
32 39 27 C B81.9 TexasIn .6 TXI 48.37 2.46+143 1.2m 16o
87 73 98 D B22.7 Thermadyn THMD 17.75 +.19 59 45 16
66 22 96 C A28.0 TollBros TOL 25.88 +1.31 +1 5.6m 13o
73 63 74 B B+60.4 Toro 1.4 r TTC 42.30 +.87 37 336 13o
77 71 99 E B21.7 Trex TWP 18.72 +1.00 28 217 ..o
69 76 60 C B 64.2 URS URS 39.76 +.35 34 724 15o
44 23 49 E A+40.5 USG USG 29.10 +.30 60 472 ..
78 48 86 C B28.3 Valspar 2.4 r VAL 22.91 +.14 44 452 14
80 33 90 B B+96.1 Vulcan 2.5 VMC 79.85 +.90 39 997 21o
90 56 94 C A+61.1 Watsco 3.5 WSO 51.19 .74 5 287 21k
85 64 89 D A33.1 WattsWa 1.4 WTS 30.68 +1.27 13 540 14o
50 11 81 E A78.0 Weyerha 3.8 WY 62.77 +1.87 26 2.0m ..o
23. METALS/ STEEL
25 64 11 B D73.1 AKSteel .7 AKS 29.53 .26 28 4.7m 7
12 55 6 B D115 AllegTch 2.1 r ATI 34.24 1.04+108 5.2m 5o
19 41 6 B D 91.0 AlmChina 1.8 ACH 17.80 +.20 32 972 7o
50 84 19 A C+53.7 AmpcoPit 2.5 AP 29.36 .99 2 63 7k
47 85 22 A D104 ArcelrMt 2.1 r MT 59.75 +3.57 32 3.6m 6o
69 89 32 B B 36.9 BarnesG 3.1 r B 20.39 .35 +49 874 9o
36 61 15 C B 58.7 BrushEMat BW 20.00 1.74 +58 388 11
21 67 9 B D+79.7 CarpTech 2.5 r CRS 29.01 +.41 48 481 6o
51 80 12 A E 80.5 CenturyAl CENX 35.41 .17 26 1.1m 6o
35 48 13 B D39.8 CmrclMt 2.4 r CMC 19.80 +.23 29 1.5m 8o
53 93 30 A D52.5 ComphSi 6.2 SID 25.48 +.10 8 5.0m 11o
62 80 15 A C+66.3 DynMatl .6 BOOM 26.51 1.49 4 313 12o
63 89 35 C B60.0 FosterLB r FSTR 32.48 .41 41 85 12o
67 85 24 A C 19.8 Gerdau .7 GNA 11.04 +.22 57 493 6o
56 92 32 A C+26.2 Gerdau 2.3 GGB 13.22 +.65 27 5.1m 6o
86 71 98 D B+24.6 Gibrltr 1.0 ROCK 21.04 +.11 34 390 15
43 97 43 .. C+28.0 GrafTech r GTI .16.51 +.79 40 1.6m 9o
24 78 27 .. D18.5 GrupoSimec SIM 9.30 .05 45 49 7
94 73 96 B B25.6 HawkClA HWK 21.53 +.22 41 30 14
44 20 38 A C 90.0 HaynsIntn HAYN 51.04 +1.04 +68 235 9
71 83 56 A B60.0 ILToolWk 2.8 ITW 45.08 .34 +5 3.5m 12
89 95 68 B B20.2 Insteel .8 r IIIN 14.13 +.06 35 201 7k
91 68 76 A B 61.6 Kaydon 1.4 KDN 50.24 +.34 45 281 21o
44 61 21 B B60.0 Ladish LDSH 21.54 .28 19 178 11
44 81 20 A C 58.7 Mechel 4.2 MTL 22.00 +2.32 66 1.8m 7
52 97 8 A E 18.9 Metalico MEA 6.01 +.08 47 538 6o
56 67 41 C C 38.6 Mueller 1.5 MLI 26.50 +.54 10 270 8k
88 94 84 C B46.5 NCIBldg NCS 34.10 +.73 57 218 8
93 83 96 C B 17.4 NNInc 2.3 r NNBR 13.78 +.15 58 108 14
88 87 89 D B 65.2 NWPipe NWPX 50.07 5.12+160 336 19
57 92 20 A B 83.6 Nucor 2.8 NUE 46.01 +.83 26 6.2m 7
41 79 34 C D78.3 OlympcSt .5 ZEUS 33.40 +.49 19 338 6o
41 82 29 A D 201 POSCO 2.1 PKX 103.4 +4.32 +51 1.2m 7o
57 21 84 D B+18.4 Quanex .8 NX 15.65 .22 35 154 10
97 89 75 A B+44.0 RBCBear ROLL 36.60 +.19 20 121 18
61 86 21 B B78.4 RelStlAl .9 RS 44.24 +.60 31 1.1m 7
54 88 13 B D118 Schnitzr .1 SCHN 49.35 .01 7 911 8o
84 88 49 A C+41.5 SimsGr 1.9 SMS 25.70 .54 64 162 8o
53 97 18 A D 40.9 StlDyna 1.9 r STLD 20.74 .20 22 4.9m 7
87 68 79 B B23.9 Synalloy 1.6 SYNL 15.50 +.04 59 4 11k
56 81 36 A C+75.4 Tenaris 1.7 TS 43.90 +.62 +15 3.4m 12o
20 80 11 .. D46.0 Ternium 2.4 TX 21.12 +.49 8 478 6o
73 89 40 C B 38.8 Timken 2.7 TKR 27.13 +.20 39 506 9o
21 48 19 B B 36.5 Titanm 2.5 r TIE 12.03 .10 50 2.2m 11o
47 89 18 A C 196 USSteel 1.3 X.89.52 .58 +22 10m 7o
33 54 41 B C+41.7 UnivStnls USAP 29.16 .29 10 38 9k
92 95 73 B C+120 Valmont .6 VMI .91.83 +1.30 +39 435 20
73 82 41 C B 26.5 Worthn 4.0 r WOR 17.21 +.10 9 926 8o
24. SEMICNDUCTRS
28 29 37 B D+33.6 ASMIntl ASMI 19.76 .15 35 52 13o
33 69 21 B D37.4 ASML 1.8 r ASML 18.81 +.04 +25 3.9m 8
36 92 15 C D34.6 ATMI ATMI 18.59 .19 29 274 13
61 65 59 D C+18.8 Actel r ACTL 12.92 +.01 51 122 46
44 6 85 D B+17.7 AdvEngy r AEIS 14.92 +.43 25 343 30o
90 89 79 A B25.2 Altera .9 ALTR 21.08 +.57 9 8.4m 21
55 76 40 B E 37.4 AnalogD 3.0 ADI 26.56 .05 10 4.5m 15o
36 41 40 B C+21.8 AppMat 1.5 AMAT 16.02 +.38 16 19m 15o
73 92 44 A E 35.8 Atheros ATHR.23.01 .94 +26 2.4m 18o
24 32 37 D D 15.3 BTUIntl BTUI 9.27 +.07+146 39 57k
57 89 29 B E 43.1 Broadcom r BRCM 19.47 +.08 12 13m 19
62 60 70 C B46.6 CabotMic r CCMP 34.32 +.73 24 226 20o
55 73 18 A C+35.6 Caviumn CAVM 14.93 .17 48 472 53
34 21 76 E B20.8 Cohu 1.5 COHU 16.40 +.11 24 104 58o
83 70 78 C B+35.5 Cree r CREE 27.00 +.43 2 1.3m 52
50 50 61 C B44.7 Cymer r CYMI 27.64 +.60 54 303 12
68 41 82 B D 42.8 CyprsSemi r CY 28.58 +1.00 9 6.3m 31
52 75 16 A C+35.0 Diodes DIOD 18.30 .65 +45 701 11
98 85 97 B A15.57EagleTest EGLT 15.37 +.02 52 162 16
42 79 24 D C 19.5 FairchldSm FCS 9.55 +.04 +15 1.8m 9
42 65 38 C B+47.3 FormFactor FORM 19.13 .27 34 501 42o
79 85 44 A B50.7 Hittite HITT 33.81 +.38 +99 541 19
84 93 86 D B 13.8 IxysCp 1.2 IXYS 10.20 .30 +39 293 19
49 75 35 C C 15.8 IntegDvc r IDTI 8.53 +.20 +6 3.1m 8
56 75 37 A D28.0 Intel 3.0 INTC 18.57 .13 +11 69m 14
49 87 18 B E 34.8 Intersil 2.7 r ISIL 17.69 +.28 43 1.8m 11
25 23 40 E B 36.8 IntlRect IRF 19.94 +.03 62 377 ..o
27 49 27 B D+58.1 KLATncr 1.9 r KLAC 32.14 +.22 10 4.2m 11o
38 49 33 B B57.7 LamResrch LRCX 31.80 +.62 30 2.5m 8
86 85 68 A C 37.8 LinearT 2.7 LLTC 30.66 +.15 22 4.1m 16
38 83 6 A D96.1 MEMCElctr r WFR 31.12 +.12 +14 7.0m 11o
47 39 71 D B25.9 MKSInstr MKSI 20.24 +.39 16 440 15
55 91 26 B D18.8 MarvellTc MRVL 10.76 +.28 19 12m 13o
43 69 15 A E 24.9 Mellanox MLNX 9.77 +.49 +14 279 9o
80 81 65 B B 38.4 Micrchp 4.4 r MCHP 30.49 +.61 6 2.9m 18
94 95 79 A B30.0 Microsemi MSCC 25.38 +.55 33 640 20o
88 97 61 A C+29.1 MnPwSy r MPWR.19.52 +.16 53 455 20
53 73 37 B D 27.7 NatSemi 1.4 NSM 17.32 +.33 17 4.9m 14o
93 94 75 A B40.3 NetLogic NETL 31.47 .25 44 561 21o
33 32 54 C C+29.1 Novellus r NVLS 20.43 +.33 43 2.0m 20
36 71 7 B B39.7 Nvidia r NVDA 11.47 +.22 34 15m 8o
40 61 28 B C+25.2 OmniVisTc OVTI 11.57 +.27 56 886 7o
45 15 86 E C+17.2 Parkervisn PRKR 11.97 +.23 +22 203 ..o
78 99 34 B C+19.5 PericmSem r PSEM 11.85 +.15 53 104 18
64 74 39 A D35.0 PwrIntgn POWI .25.24 +1.68 +24 535 18o
11 1 26 E C+26.4 Rambus RMBS 15.27 +.50 38 1.4m ..o
25 73 3 D E 34.9 RubiconTn RBCN 8.19 +.24 58 123 99o
61 94 53 D D14.3 SimpleTech STEC 7.48 .03 52 595 26o
49 59 45 C B+56.0 SanDisk SNDK 21.62 .21 54 5.8m 16
87 87 62 A B 21.1 Semtech r SMTC 14.36 +.12 26 861 14o
39 42 19 A B73.0 SigmaDsgn r SIGM 15.70 .42 46 539 6o
65 80 39 A D45.2 SilcnLab SLAB 30.10 .16 31 647 17o
65 84 45 C D+40.0 StdMicro r SMSC 26.48 +.63 +9 174 13
62 80 63 D C+17.4 STMicro 2.7 r STM 11.14 +.26 51 1.4m 13
88 76 92 C B 46.3 Supertex SUPX 31.38 1.21+179 346 24
86 86 63 A C+11.9 TaiwSem TSM 9.56 +.13 +24 24m 12o
79 82 49 A B14.3 Techwell TWLL 9.78 .24 46 64 12
40 44 34 B D+45.0 Tessera TSRA 17.14 +.51 37 535 11o
52 80 26 B C+37.2 TexsInst 1.9 TXN 22.69 +.58 12 16m 11
81 65 99 E C+NH Trnsmtahrs TMTA 16.08 +2.58+999 1.2m ..o
61 73 75 E D+17.2 Ultratech UTEK 12.75 +.11 64 76 53
28 57 28 B D55.0 VarianSm r VSEA 27.02 +.76 19 1.1m 13o
20 6 36 B C+28.0 Verigy r VRGY 18.00 +.28 27 462 11o
86 89 77 C B17.8 Volterra r VLTR 13.38 +.15 50 350 24
84 85 68 A C+28.2 Xilinx 2.4 r XLNX 23.57 +.43 24 5.6m 17
25. SVGS & LN
47 40 55 C B 30.0 AstoriaF 5.0 AF 21.00 +1.05 49 875 14
78 64 87 D A 14.3 BnkMtl 3.0 r BKMU 11.89 +.11 62 143 34k
77 79 70 E A+16.7 BnkFncl 1.9 BFIN 14.56 .16 34 67 99
94 78 94 C A+13.9 BenefMutn r BNCL 12.33 +.08 61 57 77
83 62 92 C B+32.7 BerkHB 2.1 r BHLB 30.00 +1.65 1 34 15
60 24 93 D B+16.0 BrklneB 2.7 r BRKL 12.63 +.01 72 223 50k
85 80 91 C B+15.7 BrklynF 2.7 r BFSB 14.58 +.38 +58 11 34
84 72 97 D A51.6 CaptlFed 4.1 CFFN 48.63 1.37 72 60 86
84 59 91 D B+13.0 CliftnS 1.7 r CSBK 11.80 +.21 +33 32 99
81 66 89 C A23.6 DimeB 3.2 DCOM 17.26 +.43 57 119 21k
76 69 92 D D NH ESSABp 1.2 r ESSA 13.90 +.31 +65 141 30
64 39 94 C B18.0 FFnclOH 4.9 FFBC 13.90 .05 47 119 15
73 59 87 C B+22.4 FstNiag 3.8 FNFG 14.85 .01 62 575 18o
81 73 70 B B+21.5 FlushFin 3.0 FFIC 17.14 +.21 15 94 13k
69 66 84 D C+13.3 FoxChase r FXCB 12.17 +.17+118 30 99
96 90 90 B B 25.1 HudsCB 2.6 HCBK 18.60 .30 43 6.0m 26o
75 57 82 D B+16.2 InvBncp r ISBC 15.00 +.02 60 143 99
73 70 83 D B 15.3 Kearny 1.6 r KRNY 12.23 +.03 16 50 99
50 36 59 B B22.0 NYCmtyBc 5.9 NYB 16.83 .34 65 1.6m 18
86 74 95 D B 13.0 NthfldBcn NFBK 12.85 +.08 +5 44 55
77 68 88 C B 34.3 NWBcp 3.1 NWSB 28.25 ... 60 55 23k
74 73 85 D B23.0 OceanFt 4.3 OCFC 18.67 +.07 76 15 15
68 18 90 C A18.0 Oritani r ORIT 17.02 +.06 55 25 74
86 78 86 C A+16.4 ProvBc 1.7 PBNY 13.81 +.01 +31 236 24
54 21 81 C B+18.0 RomFn 2.1 r ROMA 15.45 +.09 45 16 81
75 57 85 C B+13.5 TFSFinc 1.5 r TFSL 12.99 +.09+101 1.3m 72o
91 80 96 C A 17.1 UtdFnB 1.9 r UBNK 14.55 +.11 51 51 36k
82 55 85 D A20.0 ViewPtF 1.8 r VPFG 17.54 +.26 78 12 70
74 51 91 C B+68.3 WSFSFi .8 r WSFS 58.00 +.85 +83 54 14
68 51 66 B B27.4 WshFed 4.2 WFSL 20.05 .18 51 915 12k
26. AGRICULTURE
68 88 45 B B 72.0 AGCO AG 47.47 .17 43 982 13o
55 72 49 A D21.3 AgFeedn FEED 9.32 .67 +61 674 19o
85 95 77 A C+113 Agrium .1 AGU.74.85 2.89 +10 5.4m 12o
48 83 45 D C+26.5 AlamoG 1.3 ALG 17.88 +.32 +15 48 11
78 87 73 A D+51.2 Anderso .9 ANDE 38.96 1.39 +10 339 8o
46 75 38 A D19.9 ArtsWay .7 ARTW 8.70 +.40 32 27 12k
53 92 21 B D+135 Bunge 1.0 BG 73.38 .97 32 1.7m 6o
82 98 72 A D172 CFInds .4 CF .110.2 4.77 +23 4.6m 11o
38 94 12 B C+70.0 CNHGlobl 1.6 CNH 26.46 .60 46 213 8
45 2 87 E A 21.4 Cadiz CDZI 18.95 .18 +8 51 ..
10 23 15 E D 16.2 Cosann CZZ 7.71 +.03 70 203 ..
72 84 63 A D 17.5 DarlingIntl DAR 11.96 +.20 49 610 13
46 82 28 A D 94.9 Deere 1.9 r DE.57.76 1.36 +18 6.4m 11o
49 96 11 A E 76.2 IntPotashn IPI 31.60 .51 43 1.3m 36o
36 42 62 C D43.4 Kubota 1.7 KUB 32.38 +1.08 +31 57 14
27 20 33 A D 28.9 LSBInds LXU 16.03 +.33 +6 266 8
71 88 79 B D 131 Lindsay .4 LNN.72.99 .93 67 135 28
88 95 73 A B 145 Mnsnto .9 r MON.109.2 3.24 +9 7.8m 31
75 98 57 A E 163 Mosaic .2 MOS.84.85 +.53 +5 8.4m 19
86 99 76 A E 241 Potash .3 r POT 158.0 4.65 +11 14m 25o
35 48 50 C B46.9 ScottMG 2.2 SMG 22.93 .50 +7 1.0m 10o
86 99 91 A E 59.5 ScQmMra 1.1 SQM 29.12 +1.94 +9 1.5m 27o
69 93 57 A E 66.8 Syngenta 1.6 SYT.48.31 +.42 6 638 15o
70 73 60 A C+57.6 TerraI 1.1 r TRA 37.90 .44 +3 5.4m 9o
84 95 65 A C 171 TerraNit 12 TNH 119.7 .63 79 37 8
27. ALCOHOL/ TOB
51 46 64 B C+24.5 Altria 6.3 MO 20.48 +.60 +18 16m 12
83 58 95 B B 68.6 Anheuse 2.2 BUD 66.71 +.41 23 6.5m 23o
93 77 89 A B+55.3 BostnBeer SAM 47.90 +1.32 37 79 22
86 82 66 A C+81.0 BritAmT 3.8 BTI 68.10 +1.81 0 211 14
80 70 74 A C 78.8 BrownFrB 1.9 r BFB 73.06 +1.89 +9 391 20
70 97 37 B D77.5 CntlErDst CEDC 47.83 +2.71 +17 1.2m 23o
77 94 43 A C+88.8 CompBbd 2.8 ABV 58.17 +3.06 31 483 13
70 95 71 .. C+45.8 CpCervcr 3.2 CCU 32.24 +.60 +29 70 10
71 74 83 D B26.5 ConstelA STZ 21.97 +.47 49 941 13
65 58 62 A D+93.1 Diageo 3.5 DEO 74.16 +1.80 +26 825 15o
66 57 70 A C+92.8 Lorilla 5.1 r LO 72.06 +3.13 28 1.6m 14o
50 61 52 C D 59.5 MolCoorB 1.7 TAP 46.35 .08 20 1.5m 15o
89 82 80 A B 56.3 PhilMor 4.2 PM 51.61 +1.82 +15 10m 15o
50 66 57 B D72.0 ReynldAm 6.8 r RAI 50.22 +1.63 20 1.3m 10o
81 61 95 A B68.9 UST 3.8 r UST 67.06 +.01 2 3.4m 18o
48 26 74 C C+68.0 Universl 3.6 r UVV 50.65 +1.15 15 278 13o
75 57 84 B B+21.9 VectorGp 8.7 VGR 18.44 +.11 33 167 23
28. AUTO&PARTS
46 45 65 C D+35.0 ATCTech r ATAC 23.00 +.18 +35 180 12k
90 82 85 B C 45.5 AdvAuto .6 r AAP 39.57 +.03 28 1.1m 15o
94 75 98 B B 23.1 AmerCar CRMT .19.47 +.11 13 282 12
69 74 86 D B18.1 ArvMerit 2.8 ARM 14.36 +.42 18 1.2m 12o
35 80 25 C C+65.1 Autoliv 4.4 r ALV 36.92 +1.00 14 1.0m 8o
49 40 71 E B18.7 Autonation r AN 13.04 +.34 59 2.1m 10o
91 80 88 A D+143 Autozone r AZO 128.8 +2.79 3 889 12o
40 82 25 B C+56.0 BorgWrn 1.4 r BWA 32.32 .52 +72 2.2m 11o
27 20 45 C D+24.1 CarMax KMX 14.76 +.06 13 2.5m 32o
66 95 35 B C+76.0 Cummins 1.4 r CMI .48.65 4.44+118 6.5m 11o
47 75 26 B C 111 Daimler 5.5 r DAI 58.13 +2.39 +74 1.3m 6o
74 42 95 C B+15.0 Dorman DORM 13.68 +.10 +63 33 14
37 73 38 C D19.7 ExideTech XIDE 8.62 +.35 38 625 9o
50 73 14 A C+27.0 FedMogul FDML 13.03 ... 78 56 ..k
IBD Composite Rating
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IBD Composite Rating
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Accumulation/Distribution (last 3 mos)
52-wk Dividend Close Vol% Vol P
High Stock % Yield Symbl Price Chg Chg 1000 E 6 6666
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
High Stock % Yield Symbl Price Chg Chg 1000 E 6 6666
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
High Stock % Yield Symbl Price Chg Chg 1000 E 6 6666
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75 24 98 A 2.8 APAC CustS APAC 1.94 -0.04 -37
76 68 77 A- 9.7 ArmHldgs ARMH 5.96 0.10 -53
84 42 99 B- 3.3 ATS Med ATSI 3.01 0.07 -38
88 66 86 C 25.9 AaronRntA RNTA 21.84 0.00 -29
80 75 83 C+ 12.4 AbngtBc ABBC 10.21 0.61 -52
95 89 77 A- 29.0 AcadiaRlty AKR 24.78 0.52 69
97 79 97 A 10.3 Aceto ACET 9.91 0.24 12
74 73 73 C 12.2 AdeptTch ADEP 8.05 0.02 -82
87 91 78 D+ 12.5 Air T AIRT 9.97 0.07 -58
73 37 83 B- 431.1 Alexanders ALX 368.11 7.61 -64
90 70 91 B 116.5 AlexREEqt ARE 112.00 2.46 -6
90 91 84 B+ 5.9 AlldMot AMOT 5.40 0.00 200
94 73 82 B 7.6 AllionHth ALLI 5.70 -0.30 -12
86 53 89 A- 33.3 AmerCamp ACC 31.45 0.61 -5
75 69 80 A- 11.6 AmEqInvL AEL 9.11 0.04 -63
74 84 41 B- 69.5 AmrMovilA AMOV 47.61 2.48 -22
79 90 20 C+ 14.5 AmerOrBio AOB 6.85 0.14 -37
76 9 98 B+ 3.1 Anadys ANDS 2.80 0.07 247
81 73 65 D 21.2 AnnalyCap NLY 15.07 0.62 -15
86 73 75 B+ 10.3 Anworth ANH 6.46 0.14 -54
75 58 90 C 200.0 ArdenGpA ARDNA 154.13 -3.40 -70
88 78 84 B- 4.8 ArtTech ARTG 3.61 -0.09 -40
89 77 83 B+ 10.1 AssistLiv ALC 6.94 -0.23 -27
91 84 74 B- 133.9 Atrion ATRI 106.39 -0.78 -85
84 67 85 C+ 25.6 AuburnNB AUBN 24.70 -0.27 45
90 78 75 A- 125.5 AvalonBay AVB 96.45 2.95 -16
84 77 70 B 16.7 BCBBncrp BCBP 14.00 0.00 -60
74 83 63 D+ 8.2 BOFIHldg BOFI 6.36 0.76 -34
79 54 83 B+ 60.0 BRE Pprts BRE 48.59 1.52 34
73 48 95 A- 13.5 BWAY n BWY 12.00 0.18 -51
76 26 96 B 17.4 BncTrstFn BTFG 13.84 1.44 -33
96 79 91 A- 33.6 BankMarin BMRC 31.69 -0.81 -58
96 72 85 B 9.9 BioImag BITI 7.51 -0.18 -5
90 91 87 C+ 29.5 BioMdRlty BMR 26.50 0.47 53
83 59 72 B 15.8 BlkRKel n BKCC 11.25 0.45 -67
78 96 52 D 14.6 BlueSq BSI 10.50 0.42 20
75 39 78 A 29.7 BostPvtF BPFH 10.27 -0.31 -67
74 54 62 C+ 22.8 BrdgeBcp BDGE 19.59 -1.41 -54
87 51 99 B+ 3.5 BrdpntSec BPSG 3.13 0.09 -32
88 80 70 A- 11.0 Broadwy Finl BYFC 8.23 0.00 667
75 70 71 D 79.3 BrownForA BFA 72.81 1.70 163
89 87 81 C+ 9.8 CBIZInc CBZ 8.59 0.14 -48
73 47 93 B+ 7.3 CTIInds CTIB 5.62 0.29 -7
85 49 97 C+ 12.1 CV Thera CVTX 11.35 0.00 -1
86 84 67 B- 10.2 CapeBncp n CBNJ 9.25 -0.24 -63
77 62 68 B 10.1 CapitalSrLvg CSU 7.93 -0.01 -17
86 50 93 A 146.8 CapSW CSWC 141.45 6.79 -73
80 73 73 C+ 18.6 CapstdMtg CMO 11.37 0.26 -21
95 66 95 A+ 11.0 CardiacSc CSCX 10.27 0.07 -36
79 64 80 A- 10.5 Cardinal Finl CFNL 8.14 0.07 -52
89 72 86 B+ 40.5 CassInfo CASS 35.90 0.44 -50
83 78 61 B 24.9 CentrueF TRUE 14.99 -0.01 218
78 68 70 B+ 13.4 CEVA CEVA 8.55 0.02 7
93 96 82 C+ 27.3 ChinaArch CAEI 8.09 0.19 -43
83 73 38 .. 6.1 ChinaTInf CTFO 4.80 0.05 20
90 66 88 B+ 9.0 Ciber CBR 6.99 0.00 -23
84 58 95 B+ 9.2 Citizens CIA 8.17 0.64 -61
75 36 99 D- 16.4 CombiMx rs CBMX 14.70 0.38 -28
78 67 63 B 21.0 CmrNatPA CNAF 15.00 0.00 -92
99 95 97 B+ 7.3 CmpTask CTGX 6.64 0.22 -20
75 23 88 C+ 5.2 Consulier CSLR 4.20 0.00 -53
86 88 91 C+ 45.4 CpOffcPty OFC 39.56 0.36 -3
94 76 99 A 12.8 CrawfrdA CRDA 10.15 -0.21 110
78 44 87 B 1.9 Curis CRIS 1.35 0.00 -45
93 73 99 B- 2.1 Cyanotc CYAN 2.05 0.05 -17
80 73 72 B+ 28.3 DSWInc DSW 14.85 0.93 -20
93 88 78 A+ 50.0 DailyJournal DJCO 41.60 0.00 -31
91 88 67 B- 69.0 Dassault DASTY 56.84 1.53 -53
75 73 78 B 6.9 Data I O DAIO 4.96 -0.03 -42
85 63 78 C 32.2 DeltaNG DGAS 26.22 0.07 -17
94 43 94 B+ 4.5 Depomed DEPO 3.62 -0.07 -54
95 94 89 B+ 5.0 DescSys DSGX 4.14 0.08 55
81 67 70 C+ 9.8 DialysisCp DCAI 7.52 -0.09 -84
91 60 94 B 100.0 DiamHill DHIL 94.45 3.32 153
93 73 69 B 11.4 DigtlAlly n DGLY 7.06 -0.12 -67
78 43 92 B 51.3 DigitlRlt DLR 45.34 1.42 -47
85 33 96 A- 5.3 Dyax DYAX 4.63 0.15 -38
76 73 64 C+ 10.0 Dynex Cap DX 8.10 -0.05 -31
74 34 95 B+ 38.4 EWBcp EWBC 15.41 0.34 -34
91 78 85 B+ 51.1 Eastgroup EGP 47.70 0.58 19
84 73 77 D- 4.0 EasyLkSInt ESIC 3.30 0.16 -36
98 99 99 D- 120.9 Ebix EBIX 101.99 0.97 -48
78 99 84 .. 27.9 Ecopetrol EC 25.74 1.29 -17
82 51 97 A- 9.4 Ed Bauer EBHI 6.57 -0.12 43
79 73 61 B+ 14.5 EducRlty EDR 11.19 0.03 -53
82 84 66 D- 12.4 EngWest EWST 9.26 0.50 176
91 74 85 B 62.0 EntertmtP EPR 52.82 0.60 13
86 76 86 B+ 56.0 EqLifePrp ELS 51.80 0.91 3
77 73 88 C 49.0 EqtyRsd EQR 43.85 1.11 -12
78 3 95 A- 12.1 eTelecr n ETEL 8.48 -0.05 255
88 63 78 B+ 19.2 EvansBcrp EVBN 16.25 0.25 -57
75 50 93 A- 27.9 Evercore EVR 17.42 0.00 -29
86 40 88 A 20.7 FNB Corp FNB 16.07 0.02 -27
73 19 97 A- 8.7 F X Energy FXEN 7.61 0.20 -26
78 23 87 B+ 28.5 FarmerBrs FARM 25.91 0.13 -15
87 82 84 B- 95.4 FederlRlty FRT 83.20 1.15 4
83 45 96 A 12.2 FiberNet FTGX 10.54 -0.03 307
76 30 98 A- 13.3 FstbkPRic FBP 11.90 -0.05 -40
76 50 80 A+ 18.4 FstBks FBSI 16.00 0.25 -74
84 78 72 B+ 11.3 FstBncTr FBTC 9.05 -0.05 100
90 70 92 B- 10.9 FstCalifF n FCAL 8.74 0.14 -85
84 54 89 A 192.5 FstCtz A FCNCA 166.00 5.50 -76
73 58 79 A- 11.9 FtFnNw FFNW 10.30 0.16 -48
95 72 92 B- 23.3 First Lng Isld FLIC 22.86 0.61 -83
90 68 78 B+ 21.9 First United FUNC 19.94 -0.05 129
74 89 61 D+ 15.0 FrnklnBen BFBC 12.20 0.64 -38
85 31 94 A+ 25.1 FrontFn FTBK 16.47 -0.03 -39
96 98 71 C+ 11.9 FuqiIntl n FUQI 8.61 0.18 -6
93 73 94 A+ 13.0 Furmanite FRM 10.75 0.36 -52
94 97 93 D+ 4.4 GSITech n GSIT 3.64 -0.01 -16
75 63 94 B+ 12.8 GenComm GNCMA 9.47 0.18 -4
74 74 70 D 15.0 GermnAm GABC 11.93 -0.84 58
79 54 87 B+ 29.2 GettyRlty GTY 20.53 -0.24 -20
86 64 93 A- 11.0 GlbTraff GNET 9.28 0.04 -14
74 87 61 C 16.5 Globecom GCOM 8.97 0.09 44
82 33 94 A 38.3 GreenBs GRNB 22.94 0.31 -44
78 81 78 E 14.3 GrnCntyBcp GCBC 12.90 0.10 89
92 95 80 B 70.9 Greif B GEFB 57.82 1.69 -71
76 76 68 B 14.6 GrpRadio RC 11.46 0.00 0
84 63 94 A- 7.6 CentenBk GBNK 6.46 0.65 239
96 93 96 B+ 6.7 HackettGp HCKT 5.64 0.17 -44
75 45 81 D 13.9 HampRdBk HMPR 12.45 0.23 -29
74 70 75 E 14.7 HrlysvlSv HARL 12.50 0.00 -63
85 69 57 B 12.9 Harmonic HLIT 8.52 0.11 -62
84 56 75 D+ 5.2 HarvrdBio HBIO 4.52 0.17 -9
80 34 99 A- 11.1 HawHldgs HA 9.55 0.05 -54
77 69 88 D+ 18.2 Hawkins HWKN 16.59 -0.51 -48
90 74 90 B- 54.0 HealthCrR HCN 50.69 1.07 -43
74 69 84 C+ 32.0 HealthRlty HR 27.04 0.47 115
88 71 80 D+ 18.7 HeritCrys n HCCI 14.22 0.23 -91
90 82 88 B 38.8 HghwdPrp HIW 36.01 1.19 11
92 61 93 B- 11.0 HomeDia HDIX 9.74 0.13 -85
80 56 92 B+ 60.4 HomePptys HME 56.40 -0.10 5
78 73 91 .. 8.0 Homeown HCII 6.76 0.60 -75
93 84 89 B+ 26.4 HorizBcp HBNC 25.50 0.00 -73
96 73 98 B- 12.0 HoustnEn n HUSA 6.83 0.27 -57
75 73 89 D+ 3.7 HudsonTch HDSN 1.59 0.05 -52
75 28 99 A+ 3.9 IDMPharma IDMI 2.60 -0.21 -38
85 61 95 C+ 4.6 Icad ICAD 3.25 0.25 -50
82 55 86 A- 10.7 infoGRP IUSA 6.80 0.08 -55
76 45 80 A- 17.0 InlandRE IRC 15.23 0.18 -18
95 73 94 A- 4.3 Innotrac INOC 3.98 0.00 -85
73 82 39 C+ 15.1 IntgrmdAm INMD 7.21 0.00 -94
79 76 69 C 12.0 Intersect INTX 9.09 -0.02 -57
83 64 98 B+ 5.4 Iridex Corp IRIX 3.48 0.09 -13
76 49 86 B 4.3 Jacada JCDA 3.85 0.10 -97
74 93 43 B- 10.5 JewettCmrn JCTCF 6.51 0.00 -85
79 53 78 C+ 2.1 JoesJeans JOEZ 1.25 -0.04 -27
97 92 85 .. 14.5 JBeanTc JBT 13.83 -0.06 -78
93 95 90 C+ 170.0 K Tron Intl KTII 133.37 -2.72 -15
83 48 73 C+ 31.4 KVPharmB KVB 23.07 -0.08 317
75 45 74 B- 8.5 KapStn n KPPC 6.72 -0.07 -62
74 49 99 B- 3.0 Kirklnds KIRK 2.35 -0.09 53
84 69 88 B+ 31.2 LTC Ppty Inc LTC 28.47 0.94 -39
88 88 81 B- 19.0 LaCrsFtwr BOOT 17.00 0.05 -92
75 77 83 B- 10.7 LakeShrBc LSBK 9.75 0.00 38
86 63 82 B- 14.0 LakeInd LAKE 12.75 -0.05 -31
76 65 61 A- 16.8 Landec LNDC 8.26 0.04 -40
81 34 97 B 10.6 LeapFrog LF 10.53 0.52 40
91 87 86 D+ 13.3 LaBncp n LABC 12.70 0.00 65
76 26 93 A 38.0 MB Finl MBFI 34.25 0.68 -58
98 73 93 A+ 9.4 Magal Sec MAGS 8.88 -0.10 -81
85 38 94 A 2.4 MagicSftwr MGIC 2.05 0.05 -81
87 99 66 E 15.4 MainStC n MAIN 12.32 0.44 364
78 96 73 C+ 14.0 Meadow Vlly MVCO 10.00 -0.05 -65
86 83 84 C+ 10.0 Meadwbrk MIG 7.53 0.28 -35
84 69 86 B 11.3 MedalFin TAXI 10.66 0.36 -44
94 97 74 B 14.0 MedclProp MPW 11.01 0.43 -49
96 72 98 B+ 9.1 Medifast MED 7.16 -0.12 -42
84 81 56 B 22.0 Medtox MTOX 13.84 -1.16 2
81 85 69 C 19.0 MercerIns MIGP 16.79 0.04 430
82 55 76 B 24.5 MercMcsVT MBVT 22.99 -0.26 -61
80 58 71 C+ 27.0 Mesa Labs MLAB 22.50 0.00 -62
79 79 74 D 86.9 MesaRylty MTR 70.00 -1.00 -7
81 83 68 B 11.5 Micrel MCRL 9.03 0.11 -63
74 59 55 C 6.5 Microfinl MFI 3.98 0.23 -83
75 73 81 C+ 60.7 Mid Am Apt MAA 50.40 0.32 -26
83 72 69 B+ 12.3 MOCON MOCO 10.75 -0.50 -47
91 85 82 B 49.8 MoogB MOGB 44.15 0.07 4
93 84 72 B+ 8.9 NIC Inc EGOV 7.05 0.13 -52
93 58 99 A+ 9.0 NPSPharma NPSP 8.33 0.12 -32
85 45 95 A 6.2 NABI Bio NABI 5.06 -0.01 -37
74 32 83 B 17.4 NaraBcp NARA 13.15 -0.64 -59
89 65 82 A- 18.2 NathnsFms NATH 15.92 0.22 -58
76 82 53 B+ 13.6 NBGrce NBG 9.07 0.12 -27
77 60 72 B 22.0 NtlBnksh NKSH 17.30 0.30 71
88 68 89 A 35.0 Natl Hlth Inv NHI 33.62 0.69 -33
88 72 95 A- 35.6 Natl Resrch NRCI 33.30 0.67 121
88 63 83 B- 26.1 NatRetPrp NNN 23.76 0.22 -8
86 87 49 B+ 7.3 NtlTchSys NTSC 5.15 0.00 -73
93 73 89 B 40.0 NtnwdHlth NHP 35.40 0.70 -31
76 55 89 A 19.8 Nelnet NNI 14.61 0.42 -60
98 89 98 B 13.4 NV Chmls NCEM 13.20 -0.04 84
75 86 59 C 12.3 NwEngBc NEBS 9.75 0.00 -30
92 81 98 B+ 12.1 NY&Co NWY 9.72 0.02 -22
93 95 92 B 8.9 Newpark Res NR 7.09 0.22 -56
76 11 97 A+ 12.6 99Cents NDN 11.11 0.41 -25
96 85 87 D+ 16.2 NobelLrn NLCI 15.49 -0.12 -82
90 96 90 C 8.7 NAmerGalv NGA 5.83 0.27 -59
81 77 71 D 32.8 NorwdFnl NWFL 30.00 0.00 -91
97 93 92 B 5.7 NovaMed NOVA 4.73 0.00 -48
80 30 93 A- 7.0 NymoxPhar NYMX 5.98 -0.02 3
83 84 77 D 12.0 OceanShor OSHC 10.02 0.03 -89
86 50 80 B- 11.3 OdyssyHth ODSY 10.16 0.08 -41
80 74 80 C+ 9.9 OldLnBnc OLBK 7.95 0.00 -33
84 68 98 B 31.2 OmegaFlx OFLX 23.55 0.23 -39
92 63 88 B+ 19.2 OmegaHlth OHI 18.50 0.40 -27
84 73 85 A- 10.1 OnAssign ASGN 8.28 -0.14 -31
77 74 62 B 9.2 OptlcmNKF OPTC 7.05 -0.43 -19
84 71 94 A 42.8 PHIvtg PHII 40.00 0.00 -94
86 72 85 A- 12.0 PMA Cp A PMACA 9.77 0.47 -54
93 92 83 B 9.9 PMC Sierra PMCS 7.61 -0.22 16
88 60 89 A+ 28.8 PacfcCap PCBC 21.08 -0.47 -76
88 67 87 B+ 10.3 ParkrDril PKD 8.98 0.33 -27
77 55 66 A- 101.7 PatrtTrns PATR 81.00 0.19 21
78 69 70 A- 28.5 Pennchck PNNW 23.00 0.10 74
84 36 89 B+ 6.4 Pharsight n PHST 5.30 0.00 -89
85 73 65 C+ 10.1 PointrTel PNTR 5.75 0.04 -89
89 61 85 C+ 22.0 PorterBc PBIB 19.01 0.00 -42
90 76 94 C+ 66.9 PrefrmLn PLPC 58.98 1.83 -5
76 53 91 B+ 7.5 Presstek PRST 5.79 0.18 3
92 70 96 B- 82.4 Primeenergy PNRG 71.21 -2.79 -11
93 98 84 .. 8.6 Primoris PRIM 7.70 0.00 -99
84 78 80 C+ 29.8 PrinctnNtl PNBC 27.50 -0.27 -92
79 23 95 B+ 49.5 PrvtBcp PVTB 40.79 0.18 -47
78 49 99 B- 3.6 pSivida PSDV 2.30 -0.55 356
88 73 91 B+ 102.5 PublicStg PSA 93.33 2.36 -22
84 73 77 B+ 26.5 PubStgDSA PSAA 25.51 0.01 75
98 73 99 A 6.8 Questcor QCOR 7.05 0.43 106
94 80 82 B+ 33.4 RGC Resc RGCO 29.00 0.00 -45
95 67 82 B+ 11.4 RTIBiolog RTIX 9.61 0.11 35
84 83 62 .. 11.9 Rackspce RAX 9.14 0.23 -61
83 65 83 B 49.5 Rayonier RYN 47.19 1.29 0
74 42 75 B 81.0 RegencyCtrs REG 64.56 0.83 -10
85 33 78 B+ 6.9 Repligen RGEN 4.99 0.02 -1
90 64 98 A 14.7 Revlon REV 14.00 -0.12 118
91 73 90 C+ 5.5 Rewards DINE 4.88 0.04 -63
82 79 58 A- 5.0 RodmanR n RODM 2.08 0.00 -64
92 72 95 B+ 10.8 SallyBty SBH 9.00 -0.06 -5
85 52 86 A- 11.1 SandMr SMHG 9.33 -0.02 -43
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98 96 86 A- 10.0 Sapient SAPE 7.68 0.10 -49
74 56 66 B 62.7 Saul Centers BFS 47.53 0.56 -57
94 79 93 B 7.0 SchiffNutr WNI 6.81 -0.10 36
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79 68 70 B- 32.1 SierraBcp BSRR 20.87 0.48 -40
78 31 96 B+ 4.7 SigaTech SIGA 3.94 -0.06 -2
83 70 81 C+ 109.0 SimonProp SPG 95.60 1.91 -24
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76 53 67 B- 16.9 SmithMicro SMSI 7.09 -0.25 -7
88 61 80 B- 16.2 SthnMOBc SMBC 14.00 0.04 999
79 28 95 A- 23.5 SWBcOK OKSB 19.83 0.89 -66
79 93 82 B- 13.7 StdRegis SR 10.41 0.63 -30
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77 77 91 B 10.0 StewEnt A STEI 8.56 -0.06 -46
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77 67 59 B- 19.0 SumtFnlGr SMMF 12.94 0.69 -92
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94 81 81 A- 13.3 TamalpaisB TAMB 11.91 -0.33 -85
92 92 88 A- 46.3 TangerFact SKT 42.25 0.60 -35
96 99 81 B- 9.3 Taylor Device TAYD 6.24 0.08 -81
96 73 99 A- 8.8 TlCmSys TSYS 7.28 0.03 -59
80 83 51 C 30.3 Telvent TLVT 21.48 0.00 -92
77 78 42 C+ 27.1 TennCmrcB TNCC 15.75 0.25 3
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80 61 89 A- 8.1 Terremrk TMRK 6.94 0.07 -32
74 92 77 B 19.9 TesscoTec TESS 14.93 0.12 -35
75 79 48 B 13.6 TexRdhsA TXRH 8.76 0.04 -62
79 53 86 A- 13.1 ThomsPrp TPGI 11.16 0.75 -58
81 75 59 C 9.3 TibcoSft TIBX 6.79 0.04 26
80 73 82 A- 9.4 Tivo TIVO 7.32 0.23 -19
78 79 84 B- 9.0 Transcat TRNS 6.75 0.00 -92
74 24 94 A- 32.8 TricoBcsh TCBK 19.98 0.29 -71
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87 68 80 B+ 13.0 UnicaCp UNCA 8.74 0.06 -41
79 39 78 A- 21.5 UnionBksh UNB 20.37 0.37 -42
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92 59 85 A+ 31.9 UnitdNaturl UNFI 24.32 0.40 -29
93 94 88 C+ 45.6 US Lime USLM 38.99 0.35 -55
74 34 89 B+ 39.3 UnivrslHR UHT 37.53 0.38 -16
78 64 91 C+ 29.8 UnivTruck UACL 24.32 0.18 -42
77 57 71 D+ 32.4 UtahMedPr UTMD 29.02 1.91 -76
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82 99 46 D- 14.0 VanceInfo n VIT 7.30 -0.01 -44
97 62 93 B+ 9.2 VasclrSoln VASC 8.15 0.12 -52
80 34 87 B 52.0 Ventas VTR 47.06 0.66 -16
82 74 82 B+ 57.1 Villge Sup VLGEA 49.77 1.00 -50
78 81 68 C+ 55.2 Vina Concha VCO 37.50 1.00 -50
94 57 98 B+ 9.3 Vivus VVUS 8.29 0.29 -27
95 90 62 A- 9.5 WSPHld n WH 7.10 0.25 -71
90 73 84 B 10.1 WasteSvc WSII 8.91 0.20 -8
74 97 18 A- 12.0 WebsitPro WWWW 6.06 0.06 -51
80 63 82 A- 11.5 WestfldF WFD 10.00 0.07 -19
85 66 89 D+ 5.5 Wet Seal WTSLA 3.74 0.12 22
73 85 62 B- 49.6 WilyJohnB JWB 40.98 0.88 -40
92 89 83 B+ 16.5 WilsLease WLFC 12.29 0.00 999
78 80 65 D 23.8 Winmark WINA 17.45 0.00 194
76 49 98 D- 5.0 XTLBio XTLB 3.74 0.12 -73
78 49 99 A- 8.4 XeriumTec XRM 6.94 0.14 -42
80 51 88 B- 50.0 YPFSciedad YPF 48.40 0.15 -28
79 71 97 A- 2.1 Youbet UBET 1.57 0.02 -74
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77 A- 29.0 AcadiaRlty AKR 24.78 0.52 69 3.4
74 B+ 20.3 ACapAgy AGNC 18.23 -1.30 48 21.9
77 E 36.5 Agree Realty ADC 26.48 1.01 -18 7.6
4 B- 12.0 AlescoFncl AFN 1.09 0.00 69 ..
83 B- 471.0 Alexanders ALX 368.11 7.61 -64 ..
91 B 116.5 AlexREEqt ARE 112.00 2.46 -6 2.9
30 C+ 66.9 AMB Ppty AMB 41.40 0.72 -12 5.0
89 A- 33.3 AmerCamp ACC 31.45 0.61 -5 4.3
16 E 30.5 AmerCmtyTr APO 10.80 -0.45 65 ..
64 D+ 28.8 AmerLndLs ANL 19.00 -0.30 -54 5.3
15 B- 19.9 AmMtgAcc AMC 0.64 -0.03 -47 ..
42 D- 9.3 AmREIT AMY 6.05 0.35 180 8.1
65 D 21.2 AnnalyCap NLY 15.07 0.62 -15 14.6
50 D- 14.5 Anthracite AHR 6.55 0.34 4 18.9
75 B+ 10.3 Anworth ANH 6.46 0.14 -54 18.0
59 B+ 65.8 ApartntInv AIV 33.33 0.34 -24 7.2
28 C+ 34.5 ArborRT ABR 9.70 0.23 -52 25.6
94 B+ 16.9 AsdEstRlty AEC 13.69 -0.27 -10 5.0
17 B 13.5 AshfordH AHT 3.99 -0.05 -17 21.1
75 A- 149.9 AvalonBay AVB 96.45 2.95 -16 3.7
87 C+ 32.4 BioMdRlty BMR 26.50 0.47 53 5.1
71 C 133.0 BostonPpts BXP 91.98 2.44 17 3.0
56 B+ 37.0 BrandwnRty BDN 16.00 0.32 6 11.0
83 B+ 73.0 BRE Pprts BRE 48.59 1.52 34 4.6
8 D- 32.0 BRT RealtyTr BRT 7.41 -0.01 -33 33.5
70 B 81.3 Camden Pty CPT 47.75 0.01 55 5.9
12 D- 56.0 Capital Trust CT 14.47 1.76 -6 16.6
67 B 12.2 CapLse LSE 7.94 0.09 34 10.1
73 C+ 18.6 CapstdMtg CMO 11.37 0.26 -21 19.3
83 B 28.6 CaptlSrc CSE 13.47 0.72 -37 1.5
84 B- 15.0 Care Inv n CRE 11.41 0.23 -45 6.0
39 B- 50.4 CBL&Assoc CBL 20.74 0.57 -24 10.5
2 E 18.4 CBRE Rlt CBF 1.22 0.00 138 32.8
88 B- 18.4 CedarShp CDR 13.32 0.38 -53 6.8
10 C 19.8 Chimera n CIM 6.44 0.63 -2 9.9
81 E 23.1 CogdSpen CSA 17.40 0.32 128 8.0
27 B 43.0 ColonlPty CLP 17.74 0.28 -45 11.3
78 B 40.8 CousinsPty CUZ 25.20 0.14 -31 5.9
91 C+ 56.5 CpOffcPty OFC 39.56 0.36 -3 3.8
2 E 29.5 CrystalR CRZ 1.92 0.02 19 20.8
35 B 13.0 DCT Indl DCT 7.31 0.38 -45 8.8
11 D- 17.4 DeefldCap DFR 0.77 0.00 -35 44.2
79 B- 29.3 DEmmett DEI 22.88 0.51 -43 3.3
35 B 72.3 DevelprDvs DDR 32.00 0.82 -51 8.6
18 B 22.0 DiamRkHos DRH 8.78 0.13 -24 11.4
92 B 51.3 DigitlRlt DLR 45.34 1.42 -47 2.7
76 B+ 48.4 DukeRlty DRE 25.17 0.39 -13 7.7
36 E 23.2 DuPFabr n DFT 15.13 0.48 -19 5.0
64 C+ 10.0 Dynex Cap DX 8.10 -0.05 -31 11.4
85 B+ 57.5 Eastgroup EGP 47.70 0.58 19 4.4
61 B+ 16.3 EducRlty EDR 11.19 0.03 -53 7.3
85 B 68.9 EntertmtP EPR 52.82 0.60 13 6.4
86 B+ 59.7 EqLifePrp ELS 51.80 0.91 3 1.5
88 C 61.5 EqtyRsd EQR 43.85 1.11 -12 4.4
63 C+ 30.9 Equity One EQY 21.26 0.11 26 5.6
86 C+ 148.5 EssexPpty ESS 117.45 1.95 -6 3.5
88 A- 11.0 EstnLtCap ELC 4.69 -0.26 89 ..
72 B- 20.6 ExtraSpc EXR 14.95 -0.01 -16 6.7
84 B- 98.9 FederlRlty FRT 83.20 1.15 4 3.1
8 B- 29.5 FelCor FCH 6.89 0.10 4 20.3
61 B 50.6 First Industrl FR 29.36 0.35 -52 9.8
30 B+ 8.6 FriedBR FBR 1.68 0.04 -35 ..
63 B+ 21.1 FrkStPrp FSP 13.27 0.52 -37 5.7
70 B- 31.8 FstPotmc FPO 16.47 0.29 125 8.3
4 E 67.4 GenlGrPpty GGP 16.00 0.16 -24 12.5
87 B+ 33.9 GettyRlty GTY 20.53 -0.24 -20 9.2
57 D- 22.9 Gladstn GOOD 15.08 0.08 -90 9.9
30 B 29.7 GlimchRlty GRT 10.32 0.81 24 12.4
2 E 38.3 Gramercy GKK 4.26 -0.09 -19 59.2
7 B- 7.1 HanovCap HCM 0.18 0.00 54 ..
69 B- 27.2 HatterasF n HTS 23.29 0.66 112 18.0
90 C+ 42.2 HCP HCP 37.38 1.05 -21 4.9
90 B- 54.0 HealthCrR HCN 50.69 1.07 -43 5.4
84 C+ 38.7 HealthRlty HR 27.04 0.47 115 5.7
43 B 14.2 Hersha Hosp HT 7.23 -0.02 -20 10.0
88 B 47.4 HghwdPrp HIW 36.01 1.19 11 4.7
11 E 14.5 HMG HMG 5.05 0.00 -19 ..
92 B+ 65.0 HomePptys HME 56.40 -0.10 5 4.7
18 C+ 49.0 Hosp Prop Tr HPT 20.34 0.33 -47 15.1
47 B- 29.0 HostHtls HST 13.79 0.08 -7 5.8
69 B- 13.7 HRPT Ptys Tr HRP 7.20 0.10 19 11.7
5 E 10.0 ImpacMtg IMH 0.37 0.00 126 ..
64 E 11.3 IncomeOpRe IOT 5.00 0.00 150 ..
80 A- 21.1 InlandRE IRC 15.23 0.18 -18 6.4
83 B 11.8 InvtRlEst IRET 10.56 0.06 -41 6.3
1 D 52.9 iStarFinl SFI 4.01 0.11 -39 86.8
19 B 21.6 JER Inv JRT 6.23 0.18 39 19.3
68 B- 90.2 Kilroy Rlty KRC 48.50 0.10 48 4.8
73 B+ 53.6 Kimco Rlty KIM 37.29 0.59 -15 4.7
26 D- 21.8 KiteRealty KRG 10.78 0.32 -37 7.6
16 C+ 30.3 KKRFincl KFN 7.98 0.05 10 20.1
88 B+ 31.2 LTC Ppty Inc LTC 28.47 0.94 -39 5.5
31 C+ 49.8 LaSalleHtl LHO 23.46 0.29 -8 9.0
77 B 19.5 LexRltyTr LXP 14.64 0.71 -21 9.0
89 B- 54.6 Liberty Ppty LRY 37.53 0.27 -16 6.7
61 B+ 103.6 Macerich MAC 63.97 1.31 -39 5.0
70 B- 56.5 MackCali Rlt CLI 34.78 0.61 -1 7.4
5 C+ 44.7 MaguirePr MPG 7.33 0.13 -20 ..
74 B 16.7 MedclProp MPW 11.01 0.43 -49 9.8
52 D- 11.1 MFA Mtg MFA 6.33 -0.02 -40 12.6
21 E 11.2 MHIHosp MDH 4.57 0.06 63 14.9
81 C+ 66.0 Mid Am Apt MAA 50.40 0.32 -26 4.9
56 B- 14.9 MissWst MSW 9.59 0.84 -51 8.3
71 B- 9.1 MonREIT MNRTA 7.18 0.29 -44 8.4
89 A 35.5 Natl Hlth Inv NHI 33.62 0.69 -33 6.5
83 B- 26.1 NatRetPrp NNN 23.76 0.22 -8 6.3
14 D- 33.5 Newcstle NCT 5.97 0.71 9 16.8
58 B- 18.1 NStarRlty NRF 7.93 0.21 -55 18.2
89 B 40.0 NtnwdHlth NHP 35.40 0.70 -31 5.0
9 D- 40.5 NYMtgTr NYMT 3.25 0.64 -79 19.7
88 B+ 19.2 OmegaHlth OHI 18.50 0.40 -27 6.5
68 B 26.1 OneLibertyPr OLP 16.98 0.68 -65 8.5
36 C+ 7.4 OrigenFnl ORGN 1.53 -0.04 -84 ..
84 B- 18.9 PacOffPT PCE 6.80 -0.52 90 2.9
23 B+ 50.4 Penn REIT PEI 19.60 0.53 -37 11.6
74 B- 10.4 PittsWVRR PW 9.43 0.00 -96 5.5
91 C+ 60.0 Plum Crk Tim PCL 49.42 -0.32 12 3.4
52 C 15.9 PMC Cmrcl PCC 8.10 0.09 43 11.1
41 B- 55.9 Post Pptys PPS 28.63 -0.19 -33 6.3
43 A- 8.2 PresRltyA PDLA 4.60 0.00 -55 13.9
44 D+ 8.1 PresRltyB PDLB 4.85 0.05 -94 13.2
79 C+ 57.9 PrkwyProp PKY 38.22 0.35 -49 6.8
19 D- 73.3 ProLogis PLD 40.05 0.73 -27 5.2
81 B 77.6 PS BusPk PSB 55.38 0.48 -38 3.2
91 B+ 117.2 PublicStg PSA 93.33 2.36 -22 2.4
77 B+ 27.7 PubStgDSA PSAA 25.51 0.01 75 9.6
48 B- 38.3 RAIT Fin RAS 6.90 0.58 -31 26.7
73 B+ 39.5 RamcoGers RPT 22.31 1.06 -27 8.3
83 B 49.5 Rayonier RYN 47.19 1.29 0 4.2
81 B- 34.9 RealtyIncm O 26.62 -0.20 118 6.3
37 B- 66.6 Redwood Tr RWT 25.58 0.59 -30 11.7
75 B 93.5 RegencyCtrs REG 64.56 0.83 -10 4.5
31 C+ 18.9 ResceCap RSO 6.50 0.50 76 25.2
17 E 8.1 Roberts Rlty RPI 4.15 0.05 -98 ..
66 B 62.7 Saul Centers BFS 47.53 0.56 -57 4.0
81 C+ 124.0 SimonProp SPG 95.60 1.91 -24 3.8
32 C 158.9 SLGreenRlty SLG 69.83 3.74 -20 4.5
83 B+ 26.8 SnrHouse SNH 22.78 1.19 -35 6.1
70 B- 63.9 SovranSlfSt SSS 41.44 0.06 -43 6.2
17 A- 24.4 StratHtls BEE 8.50 0.19 -35 11.3
68 B+ 35.5 Sun Cmnts SUI 19.92 0.10 -33 12.7
29 B- 30.7 SunstnHtl SHO 13.94 0.13 -36 10.0
30 D 8.5 SuperHosp SPPR 4.31 0.01 -32 11.8
88 A- 46.3 TangerFact SKT 42.25 0.60 -35 3.6
68 B+ 66.0 Taubman Ctr TCO 48.75 0.42 -19 3.4
22 B- 28.4 ThornbrgM TMA 0.40 0.00 -25 ..
85 B 23.6 U-Store-It YSI 12.38 0.22 -71 5.8
87 B 34.1 UDR INC UDR 25.33 1.23 -43 5.2
28 C+ 16.5 UMHProp UMH 7.55 -0.15 170 9.5
89 B+ 42.0 UnivrslHR UHT 37.53 0.38 -16 6.2
85 B- 19.1 UrstdBdl UBP 17.82 -0.02 -93 4.8
93 B 20.5 UrstdBdlA UBA 19.02 0.35 134 5.0
87 B 52.0 Ventas VTR 47.06 0.66 -16 4.4
7 B- 16.0 VesRMII rs VRTB 3.87 -0.14 21 ..
17 E 6.5 VestinRMI VRTA 2.23 0.00 -74 ..
78 C+ 136.6 VorndRlty VNO 92.38 0.92 -10 3.9
90 B 43.4 Wash REIT WRE 36.55 0.61 -16 4.7
81 B- 52.3 WeingrtnR WRI 34.68 0.53 1 6.1
40 B 7.3 WinthropR FUR 3.79 0.33 60 6.9
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.. 80 C+ 19.86 FTREIT n FRI 16.47 +0.90 152 +999
.. 56 E 55.20 WTTotEr EXT 41.71 +0.37 33 +968
.. 37 D 41.99 HoldrsTel TTH 27.31 +0.82 637 +950
.. 42 C+ 28.65 PSEmgMk n PXH 20.05 +1.44 244 +519
36 22 B 29.85 GenesEngy GEL 15.15 +0.30 319 +224
.. 74 E 58.99 SPLeIntTB BWX 53.87 +0.48 403 +221
.. 51 C 49.71 SpdrSCJpn JSC 37.63 +0.56 53 +186
.. 31 C 76.86 Rdx2xSPX RSU 46.17 +1.31 183 +140
.. 56 D+ 38.02 PSCleantc PZD 29.37 +0.75 112 +127
.. 35 E 66.07 SpdrIntRE RWX 41.36 +0.76 301 +121
.. 44 D 35.70 SpdWldxUS GWL 25.99 +0.43 42 +113
.. 74 B 29.26 PShCnsS PSL 25.98 2.90 77 +732
.. 55 B 26.60 EngyIncGr FEN 20.55 1.73 48 +193
.. 77 D+ 100.0 ProShtSC SBB 71.62 0.89 38 +180
.. 92 C+ 115.8 PrUSR1KV SJF 96.48 3.79 37 +173
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AMEX St ocks On The Move
Stocks $12 and higher with at least {point change and 20,000
shares traded for the day. Stocks up with EPS & Relative
Strength 80 or more are boldfaced.
AMERICAN EXCHANGE
Total Volume: 47,219,509 Change: "35.5%
.. 54B SPDR 120.98 +2.05294.77 +3
.. 55C DJIDiamnd 110.16 +1.86 27.49 +7
.. 25E ProUltQQQ 60.08 +1.49 23.63 +36
.. 28D ProUltSP 53.75 +1.48 27.54 +109
.. 50C+ SPDREnergy 69.34 +1.45 26.56 37
.. 18C+ ProUltFn 19.54 +0.78 82.43 +7
.. 41B SPDRFincl 20.67 +0.41155.46 35
.. 93B PrUShQQQ 50.56 0.88 38.43 13
.. 90C PrUShSP 66.44 2.66 44.87 +72
.. 60D+ PrUShFn 100.89 4.76 19.91 51
.. 42 PSEmgMk n 20.05 +1.44 243,7 +519
.. 33 AberdnAust 12.70 +0.87 42,4 27
.. 60 VnKmMAVal 13.23 +0.86 6,9 +73
.. 33 PSFinPf 15.69 +1.00 781,8 +105
.. 22 PShPfd n 13.18 +0.83 322,0 +37
.. 78 EVInsPA 13.70 +0.85 12,5 +184
24 91 HungaranTel 21.05 +1.30 16,9 +6
16 96 BPZRes 18.85 +1.08 743,0 37
61 91 InterOil 28.50 +1.60 554,3 34
.. 80 FTREIT n 16.47 +0.90 152,0 +999
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A B
29 95 CD+ 18.7 Argan n AGX 15.15 +. 05 43
16 96 B+B 29.9 BPZRes BZP 18.85+1.08 37
92 98 B+B 53.2 BakerMichl BKR 37.90 . 12 8
.. 74 D+D 101 BSCurYld n YYY 98.69 . 13 14
71 88 A+A 115 BioRad A BIO 100.5+1.97 58
82 66 C C+ 81.0 BritAmTob BTI 68.10+1.81 0
C D E
86 39 BD 11.7 CEFranklin CFK 7.05 +. 07 54
43 57 AD+ 18.7 CaracoPh CPD 13.38 +. 01 38
.. 53 D+D 26.9 ClayYldH CVY 19.55 +. 25 63k
.. 31 D+D 58.3 ClayBRIC EEB 37.64+1.31 +23
.. 60 D+D 32.2 ClaySIns NFO 25.11 +. 01 82k
.. 60 D+C+ 27.9 ClayStlth STH 20.68 ... 34k
.. 42 D+D 33.7 ClaySecR XRO 24.35 +. 20 63k
.. 36 D+D 30.2 ClayClear CSD 19.10 +. 03 29k
.. 65 D+C+ 28.1 ClaySabD DEF 23.29 ... +999k
.. 56 D+E 30.2 ClayOcn OTP 23.93 +. 43 +374k
.. 36 D+E 27.7 ClayDvInt EEN 18.40 ... +78k
.. 53 D+E 27.5 ClayMCpCr n CZA 21.39 +. 13 +129k
.. 54 D+D 29.9 ClayOcnTG n OTR 23.13 . 25 +282k
.. 40 D+C+ 26.8 ClayGrLcp n XGC 18.34 +. 24 +400k
.. 42 D+E 23.7 ClayHiIn n LVL 15.73 +. 31 +185k
.. 27 D+D 28.8 ClyClrGl EXB 16.08 ... 85k
.. 40 D+D 36.5 ClayCdEn n ENY 22.70 . 22 +152k
.. 40 D+E 27.6 ClayCtry n CRO 19.18 +. 48 +37k
.. 40 D+C+ 25.5 ClayIntY n HGI 17.94 . 56 70
.. 66 D+B 26.0 ClayDvRtn n IRO 19.80 +. 23 96
.. 42 D+D 26.2 ClayGTim n CUT 17.77 +. 59 47
.. 23 D+E 27.1 ClayChSC n HAO 15.82 +. 51 42
.. 54 D+C+ 26.8 ClayWatr n CGW 21.36 +. 35 61k
.. 72 D+E 54.4 ClayBond n UBD 48.21 . 34 +133
.. 77 D+B 51.6 ClayMicr n ULQ 50.10 ... +69
.. 67 D+E 52.4 ClayUS1 n UEM 47.10 . 34 88
.. 47 D+B 51.9 CohStGRl GRI 38.93 +. 01 53
73 61 B+E 95.2 Contango MCF 54.45 +. 24 37
.. 55 D+C 142 DJIDiamnd DIA 110.2+1.86 +7
3 79 DB 11.1 EngInfra EII 10.13 . 01 92
F G H
.. 81 D+B 27.7 FTAmBio FBT 24.33 +. 05 2k
.. 56 D+D 19.4 FTCnsmDis n FXD 14.07 +. 15 +40
.. 70 D+D+ 20.2 FTCnsStp n FXG 17.60 +. 25 87
.. 51 D+D 25.3 FTStrVal FDV 19.78 ... 46k
.. 40 D+B 34.2 FTDJGlDv n FGD 22.30 +. 52 +13
.. 44 D+D 28.1 FTDJInt FDN 19.96 +. 20 0k
.. 69 D+D 25.5 FTDJMic FDM 20.34 +. 00 +136k
.. 26 D+D+ 32.4 FTSelDv30 n FDD 17.24 +. 24 16k
.. 42 D+D+ 30.2 FTEnrgy n FXN 20.43 +. 00 66
.. 67 D+A 18.7 FTFincl n FXO 13.33 . 19 +999
.. 52 D+B 56.0 FTrFTSE n FFR 38.36+1.18 +252k
.. 76 D+C+ 21.4 FTHlthCr n FXH 18.76 +. 54 +109
.. 54 D+D 20.1 FTIndPrd n FXR 15.84 +. 24 64
.. 51 D+D 25.9 FTIPOX FPX 20.49 +. 17 60k
.. 56 D+C+ 30.4 FTLCpCre n FEX 23.54 . 00 87
.. 44 D+D+ 32.0 FTLCpGr n FTC 24.22 ... 24
.. 66 D+C+ 29.8 FTLCpVal n FTA 23.43 +. 20 35
.. 46 D+C+ 24.4 FTMatlrs n FXZ 18.44 . 07 50
.. 64 D+D+ 30.6 FTMCpCre n FNX 25.33 +. 18 +46
.. 67 D+C 23.9 FTMStrDv FDL 16.69 +. 46 +29k
.. 54 D+D 32.3 FTMulCpGr n FAD 25.40 +. 20 22
.. 67 D+D 28.9 FTMulCpV n FAB 23.38 ... 83
.. 80 D+C+ 19.9 FTREIT n FRI 16.47 +. 90 +999k
.. 72 D+B 30.0 FTSmCpCr n FYX 24.96 . 04 82
.. 40 D+B 22.8 FTTechlgy n FXL 15.79 . 25 23
.. 58 D+D 19.7 FTUtils n FXU 15.37 ... +10
.. 42 D+D 18.6 FstTrVL100 FVL 13.74 +. 15 +138k
.. 69 D+C+ 17.2 FstTrVLDv FVD 14.42 +. 25 45k
.. 56 D+C+ 21.8 FTrVLEq FVI 17.29 +. 19 70k
36 22 DB 29.9 GenesEngy GEL 15.15 +. 30 +224
24 79 CC+ 25.2 Geokinetic GOK 19.45 +. 35 51
90 94 A A 46.5 Gormanrupp GRC 40.84+1.14 40
99 98 A D 110 Graham GHM 62.25 . 37 69
.. 56 D+B 38.0 GrHCmdty GCC 29.60 +. 10 73
6 79 B+B 25.5 GreenHtr n GRH 15.35 +. 50 39
78 27 E D 18.5 GrupoSimec SIM 9.30 . 05 45
37 8 DD+ 16.5 HQSustM n HQS 5.42 +. 13 29
73 96 B+B 25.6 HawkClA HWK 21.53 +. 22 41
.. 89 D+B 1.1 HB2BInt BHH . 54 . 00 88k
.. 89 D+B 206 HBiotech BBH 187.2+2.60 40
.. 55 D+C+ 16.2 HBrdbd BDH 11.95 +. 38 93k
.. 39 D+E 94.0 HEur2001 EKH 63.50+1.65 40k
.. 39 D+D 68.5 HInternt HHH 46.20 +. 83 34
.. 61 D+E 56.5 HIntArc IAH 45.23+1.91 32k
.. 12 D+D 6.0 HIntInf IIH 2.72 +. 09 85k
.. 48 D+D+ 67.4 HMkt2000 MKH 50.84+1.51 57k
.. 41 D+E 229 HOilSvc OIH 163.0+1.80 44
.. 65 D+C 84.1 HPharm PPH 67.93 +. 99 32
.. 75 D+B 155 HRegBk RKH 112.8+2.99 63
.. 72 D+B 104 HoldrsRetl RTH 90.90+1.81 15
.. 37 D+C+ 37.6 HMLSemi SMH 25.40 +. 65 15
.. 72 D+C+ 46.1 HSftware SWH 40.40 +. 33 76k
.. 37 D+D 42.0 HoldrsTel TTH 27.31 +. 82 +950k
.. 53 D+D 142 HUtil UTH 114.1+3.04 74k
.. 41 D+E 80.5 HWirelss WMH 54.11+1.32 +17k
I J K L
84 44 DC 63.1 ImprlOil IMO 45.14+1.56 11
61 91 DB 41.6 InterOil IOC 28.50+1.60 34
68 36 A+D 65.0 InvrnsMed IMA 30.03 +. 17 26
.. 79 D+B 101 IShrsCmxG IAU 86.65 . 34 +10k
.. 56 D+D 106 IShHYCBd n HYG 86.502.26 23k
.. 60 D+C+ 55.8 IShrsKLDSo DSI 44.02+1.03 72
.. 79 D+D+ 105 IShLeFxB n MBB 102.5 +. 10 56k
.. 74 D+D 108 IShCalMuni CMF 100.9 +. 41 +139
.. 72 D+D 104 IShNMuBd n MUB 97.60 +. 65 +4k
.. 71 D+C 105 IShNYMuni NYF 98.00 . 24 86
.. 27 D+D 50.5 IShUSPfd n PFF 31.06 +. 92 +44k
.. 42 D+C 20.7 IShSilver SLV 13.03 . 06 +24k
20 33 D+D 28.9 LSBInds LXU 16.03 +. 33 +6
92 92 D+B 16.3 LaBarge Inc LB 15.32 . 03 45
M N O
.. 99 D+B+ 27.0 Mac100OilD DOY 23.63 . 80 83
.. 27 D+C+ 36.0 Mac100OilU UOY 25.82 +. 81 62
.. 31 D+D 66.2 MktVAgr n MOO 42.63 +. 40 31
.. 72 D+D 111 MktVInt n ITM 100.1 +. 15 59
.. 60 D+E 103 MktVLgM n MLN 87.49 +. 71 +16
.. 74 D+A 51.4 MktVShMu n SMB 49.08 +. 13 60
.. 62 D+C+ 58.5 MktVEnvir EVX 47.77 +. 74 76k
.. 19 D+B 45.0 MktVGam BJK 24.751.67 28
.. 33 D+B 56.9 MktVGold GDX 36.121.27 26
.. 22 D+E 45.0 MkVNucE n NLR 24.25 +. 03 47
.. 67 D+.. 38.8 MkVHardAst HAP 35.21 +. 26 34
.. 44 D+C+ 45.6 MktVSolar n KWT 33.94 +. 22 1
.. 19 D+E 114 MktVSteel SLX 61.32+1.37 37
97 8 B+E 18.9 Metalico MEA 6.01 +. 08 47
77 99 B+C+ 55.9 MexcoEn MXC 20.98 . 53 87
38 73 A+B 55.8 Ntl Hlthcr NHC 48.99 . 23 +24
95 39 BE 33.0 NGSvcs NGS 17.87 +. 52 60
.. 54 D+D 27.2 NetsDAX n DAX 21.30 ... +38
.. 24 D+E 26.5 NetsJSE40 JNB 17.22 ... 86
.. 42 D+D 26.3 NetFtse100 n LDN 20.20+1.18 77
.. 36 D+E 25.2 NetsSinga SGT 18.93 ... 91
.. 38 D+D+ 25.3 NetsSPMib ITL 19.29 ... 94
.. 42 D+C+ 28.4 NetASX200 n AUS 20.35 +. 45 77
P Q R
49 59 D C 20.8 PnrDrlng PDC 13.96 +. 31 47
.. 52 D+D+ 16.3 PSAutBGr PAO 12.74 +. 58 48
.. 54 D+C+ 16.2 PSAutoBal PCA 12.99 +. 56 67
.. 47 D+D+ 16.4 PSAutGr PTO 12.31 +. 21 76
.. 49 D+D+ 24.3 PSAerDef PPA 17.61 +. 19 +142
.. 62 D+D+ 26.4 PSBuybk PKW 20.67 +. 18 40
.. 56 D+D+ 38.0 PSCleantc PZD 29.37 +. 75 +127
.. 72 D+D 46.6 PwshrsDB DBC 35.53 +. 57 15
.. 60 D+C 43.5 PSAgri DBA 33.23 +. 19 50
.. 46 D+D 28.0 PSBMet DBB 21.02 +. 17 +45
.. 79 D+E 57.0 PSEngy DBE 41.34 +. 52 74k
.. 64 D+E 30.2 PwShCurH DBV 25.05 +. 12 20k
.. 77 D+C+ 38.0 PSGold DGL 32.62 . 18 30
.. 80 D+D 55.7 PSOil DBO 40.60+1.05 62
.. 70 D+B 38.7 PSPrMet DBP 31.06 . 13 45
.. 40 D+C+ 39.2 PSSilv DBS 24.39 ... 1
.. 63 D+C 18.3 PwShDiv PFM 14.53 +. 16 57
.. 53 D+D+ 30.7 PSAggGr PGZ 23.01 ... 100
.. 87 D+D+ 27.5 PShBank PJB 20.65 +. 13 1
.. 49 D+B+ 21.1 PSBldCns PKB 15.03 ... 75
.. 81 D+B 20.6 PwShBio PBE 18.42 +. 27 35
.. 46 D+B 39.3 PShBasM PYZ 29.99 +. 13 +9
.. 53 D+D+ 27.4 PShCnsD PEZ 19.65 +. 01 86
.. 74 D+B N H PShCnsS PSL 25.982.90 +732
.. 67 D+D 26.1 PSDeepV PVM 22.35 +. 29 +104
.. 56 D+B 45.9 PShEngy PXI 33.87 +. 49 8
.. 51 D+E 32.3 PSEnEx PXE 22.84 +. 54 73
.. 67 D+B 27.4 PShFinl PFI 22.03 +. 00 +81
.. 70 D+D 18.7 PwShFdBev PBJ 15.66 +. 09 3
.. 62 D+D 30.5 PShHlSv PTJ 22.71 +. 06 21
.. 70 D+B+ 32.7 PShHlthc PTH 25.86 . 02 14
.. 34 D+D 21.5 PwSHard PHW 12.95 ... 68
.. 53 D+C+ 33.3 PShInds PRN 26.052.33 10
.. 75 D+C 18.7 PwShIns PIC 16.21 +. 09 51
.. 46 D+D 18.8 PwShLeis PEJ 12.52 +. 09 +39
.. 53 D+B 19.5 PwShLgGr PWB 15.45 +. 20 23
.. 61 D+D+ 21.8 PwShLgVal PWV 17.38 +. 42 +68
.. 60 D+C+ 28.7 PShMagni PIQ 23.04 ... 16
.. 53 D+B 53.6 PwShDyMkt PWC 42.16 +. 64 +19
.. 34 D+D 17.0 PwShMedia PBS 10.54 . 06 8
.. 44 D+B 25.0 PwShMdGr PWJ 18.81 +. 08 +542
.. 53 D+B 20.3 PwShMdVal PWP 15.08 +. 24 +84
.. 44 D+D 21.3 PwShNetwk PXQ 13.86 ... 90
.. 40 D+D 34.3 PSOilSv PXJ 23.79 +. 28 36
.. 57 D+B 58.4 PwShDyOtc PWO 44.15 +. 26 88
.. 79 D+D+ 19.3 PwSPharma PJP 17.65 +. 31 72
.. 70 D+D 18.8 PSRetail PMR 15.15 +. 16 70
.. 36 D+D 19.4 PwShSemi PSI 13.29 +. 19 +121
.. 61 D+E 19.4 PwShSmGr PWT 14.79 +. 06 +35
.. 70 D+C+ 18.8 PwShSmVal PWY 15.27 +. 12 36
.. 62 D+C 21.5 PwShSoft PSJ 16.80 +. 11 75
.. 51 D+C 29.2 PShTch PTF 22.17 +. 27 49
.. 49 D+C+ 22.1 PwSTelc PTE 14.42 +. 48 59
.. 67 D+C 20.6 PwsUtils PUI 18.01 +. 36 15
.. 31 D+D+ 38.9 PwrShChna PGJ 21.26 +. 52 29
.. 33 D+D 27.2 PShGWtr n PIO 17.82 +. 20 +18
.. 59 D+C+ 17.1 PwHiGrDv PHJ 12.89 +. 24 36
.. 79 D+B+ 15.5 PwrShHiYd PEY 11.51 +. 09 +11
.. 64 D+D+ 27.0 PShCalMu n PWZ 22.25 . 35 +68
.. 66 D+B 25.4 PShNYMu n PZT 22.43 . 12 41
.. 49 D+B 22.6 PwSIntDv PID 16.15 +. 28 14
.. 53 D+D+ 18.8 PSLNano PXN 13.00 ... 31
.. 22 D+E 22.6 PShPfd n PGX 13.18 +. 83 +37
.. 46 D+D+ 19.4 PwSValL PIV 14.61 +. 15 49
.. 65 D+B 22.9 PwSWtrRes PHO 19.47 +. 07 40
.. 31 D+D 28.8 PwShWHCln PBW 16.96 +. 36 +13
.. 63 D+C+ 17.9 PwSZMic PZI 13.10 +. 12 20
.. 60 D+B 29.7 PwSZSC PZJ 21.77 ... 60
.. 80 D+C+ 28.6 PSh130Tr n PLW 26.80 . 08 16
.. 72 D+C 30.8 PSUSDBear UDN 27.86 . 02 +180
.. 80 D+D 25.8 PSUSDBull UUP 23.64 . 04 21
.. 25 D+D 33.3 PShAsiaP n PUA 18.07 +. 67 +80
.. 33 D+E 32.0 PShDvInt n PFA 17.59 . 09 2
.. 33 D+E 26.5 PShEurop n PEH 16.85 +. 74 37
.. 60 D+C+ 28.8 PSLgCap PJF 23.55 +. 73 +58
.. 49 D+C+ 29.0 PSMidCp PJG 21.85 +. 16 71
.. 67 D+C 26.8 PSSmCap PJM 22.41 +. 03 +4
.. 60 D+C+ 28.2 PShEMSov n PCY 23.00 +. 75 52
.. 33 D+B 24.8 PSFinPf PGF 15.69+1.00 +105
.. 27 D+D+ 28.2 PSAPcxJs n PDQ 16.33 +. 00 43
.. 38 D+D 26.9 PSDvMxUSs PDN 18.60 +. 46 91
.. 42 D+C+ 28.7 PSEmgMk n PXH 20.05+1.44 +519
.. 30 D+B 26.9 PSEurSm n PWD 17.15 . 08 81
.. 31 D+D 35.0 PShGEng n PBD 21.73 +. 14 20
.. 49 D+C+ 26.6 PSHYCpBd n PHB 20.43 . 03 +15
.. 64 D+C 25.9 PShNatMu n PZA 22.16 . 09 +26
.. 31 D+C+ 27.9 PSIntEq n PFP 16.99 +. 34 30
.. 53 D+C 27.4 PSPrivEq PSP 17.61 +. 30 56
.. 51 D+C 30.9 PSVLIR PYH 24.64 +. 24 18
.. 76 D+D 27.0 PSVrdoTF n PVI 24.99 . 02 +3
.. 46 D+B 32.1 PSWHPrE PUW 24.00 +. 19 57
.. 88 D+E 72.9 ProShtDow DOG 68.791.25 10
.. 62 D+D 93.1 ProSShFn SEF 67.001.78 2
.. 84 D+B 71.2 ProShtMC MYY 64.90 . 69 36k
.. 92 D+D+ 100 ProShtEafe EFZ 90.042.05 62
.. 91 D+D 107 PrShtEM n EUM 86.365.61 40
.. 92 D+B 94.0 ProSShOG DDG 82.04 . 96 99
.. 89 D+B 66.9 ProShtQQQ PSQ 63.23 . 90 49k
.. 76 D+D 92.1 ProShR2K RWM 73.901.04 11k
.. 88 D+D 88.0 ProShtSP SH 71.031.05 +14
.. 77 D+D+ 100 ProShtSC SBB 71.62 . 89 +180k
.. 12 D+D 113 PrUBasM UYM 54.45 . 20 21k
.. 64 D+B 80.4 ProUCnG UGE 59.83+1.42 46k
.. 40 D+D 67.5 ProUCnS UCC 38.59 +. 74 41k
.. 31 D+C+ 103 ProUltDow DDM 56.12+1.56 +21
.. 18 D+C+ 63.0 ProUltFn UYG 19.54 +. 78 +7
.. 64 D+D 77.7 ProUltHC RXL 54.94+1.35 46k
.. 24 D+C+ 94.8 ProUltInd UXI 48.74+1.49 80k
.. 34 D+D 97.7 ProUltMC MVV 58.13+1.13 +12k
.. 22 D+D+ 131 ProUOG DIG 74.25+2.86 27
.. 25 D+E 123 ProUltQQQ QLD 60.08+1.49 +36
.. 38 D+B 53.5 ProUltRE URE 26.66 +. 33 +33
.. 27 D+C+ 82.7 ProUR1KG UKF 46.42+1.49 +52k
.. 30 D+C 72.7 ProUR1KV UVG 37.89+1.38 0k
.. 42 D+B 79.9 PrUR2KG UKK 46.89 +. 45 45k
.. 67 D+C 62.0 ProUR2KV UVT 40.95+1.06 +103k
.. 20 D+D+ 80.2 PrURMCG UKW 41.11+1.18 36k
.. 38 D+D 67.5 PrURMCV UVU 38.81 +. 94 19k
.. 56 D+B 78.0 ProUltR2K UWM 47.96 +. 37 +32
.. 28 D+D 102 ProUltSP SSO 53.75+1.48 +109
.. 11 D+D 92.2 ProUSemi USD 32.66 +. 50 +19
.. 58 D+A 81.4 ProUltSC SAA 50.62+1.02 5k
.. 25 D+D 99.9 ProUTech ROM 48.17+2.29 +21k
.. 28 D+D 90.7 ProUltTel n LTL 53.86+2.15 +7
.. 24 D+E 95.8 ProUltUtl UPW 53.88+2.62 22k
.. 64 D+D 75.0 ProUSL20 n TBT 64.30 +. 40 2
.. 69 D+B 74.0 ProUSL710 PST 67.03 +. 47 33
.. 95 D+B 59.6 PrUShBM SMN 44.60 . 10 29
.. 80 D+D 84.8 PrUShCnG SZK 71.802.18 49k
.. 86 D+B 118 PrUShCnS SCC 96.712.21 14k
.. 89 D+C+ 72.7 PrUShDow DXD 61.031.97 +10
.. 60 D+D+ 212 PrUShFn SKF 100.94.76 51
.. 80 D+B+ 145 PrUShCh25 FXP 87.113.39 21
.. 80 D+B 88.4 PrUShHc RXD 77.253.58 55k
.. 95 D+C+ 81.6 PrUShInd SIJ 73.432.56 64k
.. 88 D+C+ 76.6 PrUShMC MZZ 61.381.04 15
.. 97 D+C 136 ProUShEafe EFU 109.44.94 35
.. 92 D+C 145 PrUltSEM n EEV 88.8410.5 +84
.. 93 D+C 115 PrUlSMSCI EWV 94.503.71 53
.. 81 D+B+ 54.6 PrUShOG DUG 34.601.10 47
.. 93 D+B 57.8 PrUShQQQ QID 50.56 . 88 13
.. 95 D+C+ 92.7 PrUSR1KG SFK 84.451.16 55k
.. 92 D+C+ 116 PrUSR1KV SJF 96.483.79 +173k
.. 81 D+B 99.0 PrUSR2KG SKK 74.001.28 +67k
.. 51 D+C 134 PrUSR2KV SJH 77.792.01 21k
.. 35 D+C+ 152 PrUShRE SRS 78.501.81 1
.. 96 D+C 100 PrUSRMCG SDK 88.571.73 13k
.. 86 D+B 111 PrUSRMCV SJL 93.362.12 +140k
.. 67 D+C 97.7 ProUSR2K TWM 68.80 . 97 32
.. 90 D+C 81.7 PrUShSP SDS 66.442.66 +72
.. 98 D+B+ 98.7 PrUShSem SSG 88.431.71 23k
.. 70 D+C 114 ProUShSc SDD 67.991.57 10k
.. 95 D+D+ 84.7 PrUShTch REW 73.732.52 40k
.. 93 D+B+ 87.5 ProUltSTel n TLL 79.00 ... 77
.. 96 D+D+ 78.2 PrUShUtl SDP 68.643.48 6k
.. 64 D+C+ 75.5 Rdx2xRUT RRY 56.17+1.59 +25
.. 31 D+C 76.9 Rdx2xSPX RSU 46.17+1.31 +140
.. 38 D+D+ 77.1 Rdx2xMdC RMM 52.03 +. 70 44
.. 14 D+C 79.4 Rydx2xEn REA 44.81 +. 81 93
.. 35 D+B 76.4 Rydx2xFin RFL 53.90+2.90 +55
.. 80 D+C 87.3 Rydx2xHC RHM 74.35+1.86 +5
.. 27 D+E 72.4 Rydx2xTch RTG 52.25+1.44 67
.. 66 D+D+ 109 RdxIn2xRs RRZ 76.911.77 62
.. 93 D+C+ 119 RdxIn2xSP RSW 102.05.01 +81
.. 90 D+D 106 RdxIn2xMd RMS 89.581.14 64
.. 98 D+C+ 130 RydxInvEn REC 100.01.98 20
.. 26 D+D 132 RydxInvFn RFN 60.003.30 75
.. 66 D+D+ 78.0 RydxInvHC RHO 72.153.51 14
.. 95 D+B 113 RydxInvTc RTW 99.335.82 70
.. 56 D+C+ 118 RydRus50 XLG 90.47+1.86 70
.. 57 D+B 51.8 RdxSPEqlWt RSP 40.05 . 04 25
.. 53 D+D 40.0 RdxSPGth RPG 31.83 +. 26 87
.. 56 D+D 36.5 RdxSPVal RPV 24.80 +. 58 +36
.. 60 D+D 46.2 RdxCnsDs RCD 33.54 ... 95
.. 76 D+E 53.8 RdxCnStp RHS 49.29 +. 95 +159
.. 44 D+C+ 82.6 RdxEngy RYE 58.51 ... 27
.. 49 D+C+ 49.9 RdxFncl RYF 30.90 +. 40 82
.. 72 D+B 59.5 RdxHlthC RYH 51.55 ... 86
.. 53 D+C+ 60.8 RdxIndls RGI 46.92 . 02 90
.. 56 D+C+ 60.7 RdxMatls RTM 48.00 ... 93
.. 46 D+E 55.4 RdxTech RYT 40.23 +. 73 46
.. 53 D+E 64.0 RdxUtil RYU 50.25+1.36 96
.. 64 D+B 59.7 RdxMGth RFG 51.18 +. 71 60
.. 65 D+D 36.6 RdxMVal RFV 29.06 +. 38 60
.. 72 D+D 45.9 RdxSCGr RZG 38.36 +. 54 +25
.. 72 D+C+ 39.4 RdxSCVal RZV 31.32 +. 13 29
S T
.. 59 D+C 168 S&PMdcpDR MDY 137.8+1.09 6
.. 49 D+C+ 25.1 SPAMG100 n SIH 18.87 ... 98
.. 44 D+C 24.8 SPAMG200 n SNB 18.20 . 05 96
.. 38 D+E 25.2 SPAMG40 n SFV 17.77 . 01 14
.. 42 D+C+ 25.4 SPALC100 n SZG 18.81 ... 18
.. 52 D+E 24.8 SPAMC100 n SVD 19.54 ... +177
.. 56 D+E 24.8 SPASC100 n SSK 19.00 ... +58
.. 61 D+C+ 38.3 SPDRConsm XLY 28.95 +. 50 42
.. 77 D+D 30.3 SPDRCnStpl XLP 27.79 +. 66 +32
.. 58 D+E 62.8 SPIntTip n WIP 55.15 +. 50 65
.. 48 D+B 83.2 SpdrGlobT DGT 62.38+1.67 6k
.. 49 D+E 52.8 SpdrWlsRE RWO 40.89+1.65 77
.. 35 D+E 66.1 SpdrIntRE RWX 41.36 +. 76 +121k
.. 51 D+C+ 72.0 SpdrLgCap ELR 55.10 ... 92k
.. 55 D+D 61.5 SpdrLCapG ELG 49.53 +. 55 54k
.. 48 D+D+ 90.6 SpdrLCapV ELV 65.55 ... 85k
.. 56 D+C 64.0 SpdrMdCap EMM 48.03 +. 58 84k
.. 51 D+C+ 72.9 SpdrMCpG EMG 55.30 +. 66 +135k
.. 67 D+C+ 61.7 SpdrMCpV EMV 50.60+1.20 +91k
.. 67 D+B 86.5 SpdrWilRE RWR 66.51+1.37 37k
.. 63 D+C+ 68.1 SpdrSmCap DSC 54.55 +. 89 63k
.. 57 D+C+ 110 SpdrSCapG DSG 84.56+1.03 50k
.. 65 D+C 74.3 SpdrSCapV DSV 59.02 ... 76k
.. 55 D+B 113 SpdrTotMkt TMW 88.45+2.30 +31k
.. 50 D+C+ 91.4 SPDREnergy XLE 69.34+1.45 37
.. 41 D+B 36.0 SPDRFincl XLF 20.67 +. 41 35
.. 49 D+E 64.4 SpdrMcQGl GII 49.19 +. 96 1k
.. 69 D+C+ 37.9 SPDRHlthC XLV 31.01 +. 66 +47
.. 48 D+C+ 42.0 SPDRInds XLI 31.71 +. 26 +5
.. 70 D+B 54.8 KbwBk KBE 35.68 +. 92 19
.. 31 D+C+ 71.6 KbwCM KCE 41.02 +. 88 79k
.. 49 D+D+ 59.5 KbwIns KIE 40.26+1.04 70k
.. 88 D+B 54.7 KBWRB KRE 37.201.65 38
.. 77 D+B 48.9 SpLehTbl BIL 45.95 +. 04 13
.. 74 D+C 55.9 SpLehAgBd LAG 52.89 +. 03 +27
.. 72 D+E 54.3 SpBrcTips IPE 49.77 . 08 +23
.. 74 D+C+ 25.4 SPLehCAM CXA 21.64 ... 6
.. 56 D+D+ 48.2 SpdrLehHY JNK 40.14 . 86 +18
.. 74 D+E 59.0 SPLeIntTB BWX 53.87 +. 48 +221
.. 79 D+C+ 57.5 SpLehIntTr ITE 56.19 . 15 +217
.. 80 D+C 57.3 SpLehLTTr TLO 54.32 +. 15 +999
.. 67 D+B 24.1 SpLehMu TFI 20.75 . 25 +9
.. 67 D+D+ 25.9 SPLeNYMu INY 20.50 . 50 +150
.. 77 D+D 25.2 SPLeSTMu SHM 22.97 . 18 55
.. 48 D+D 46.5 SPDRMatls XLB 35.91 . 27 44
.. 48 D+C+ 69.1 MSTech MTK 49.84 +. 77 63k
.. 42 D+D+ 45.4 SpdMSxUS CWI 32.09 +. 52 10k
.. 46 D+E 57.0 SpdrPrJpn JPP 41.63 . 01 +88k
.. 51 D+C 49.7 SpdrSCJpn JSC 37.63 +. 56 +186k
.. 54 D+B 158 SPDR SPY 121.0+2.05 +3
.. 86 D+D+ 69.9 SpdrBiot XBI 61.87+1.46 30k
.. 30 D+D+ 36.2 SPBRIC40 BIK 22.50+1.11 32
.. 27 D+D 114 SpdChina n GXC 55.71+1.28 9k
.. 79 D+B 62.3 SpdrDiv SDY 51.76+1.15 +99k
.. 33 D+D 105 SpEmgAsP GMF 59.61 +. 77 81k
.. 25 D+D 76.2 SpdrEEur n GUR 47.40+2.23 +12k
.. 38 D+E 101 SpEmLtAm n GML 66.54+2.99 32k
.. 35 D+E 86.4 SpdEMkts n GMM 56.22+2.01 36k
.. 46 D+C+ 80.2 SpdEMEA n GAF 56.09+1.29 66k
.. 23 D+D 54.9 SpdrEMSmC EWX 35.65 +. 46 27
.. 85 D+A 24.9 SpdrHome XHB 20.55 +. 72 +7
.. 64 D+.. 27.1 SpdrICnDis IPD 24.77 ... +211
.. 69 D+.. 29.7 SpdrICnStp IPS 27.06 +. 00 0
.. 33 D+E 77.3 SpdrIntDiv n DWX 53.23+1.25 75
.. 56 D+.. 32.4 SpdrIEngy IPW 27.59 ... 45
.. 56 D+.. 27.2 SpdrIFncl IPF 24.00 +. 72 83
.. 66 D+.. 34.1 SpdrIHlthC IRY 30.25 +. 10 95
.. 54 D+.. 28.6 SpdrIIndus IPN 25.00 ... +100
.. 40 D+.. 32.0 SpdrIMatls IRV 25.10 . 05 87
.. 42 D+E 36.7 SpdrIntMC MDD 28.48 +. 32 73
.. 36 D+B 39.9 SpdrIntSC n GWX 25.98 +. 06 45k
.. 49 D+.. 29.3 SpdrIntTech IPK 25.05 ... 88
.. 58 D+.. 26.6 SpdrITelec IST 23.52 +. 00 +40
.. 56 D+.. 29.8 SpdrIUtil IPU 26.39 +. 76 +999
.. 24 D+E 96.1 SpdrMetM XME 54.29 . 15 43
.. 42 D+C 52.1 SpdrOGEq XES 35.99 +. 28 65k
.. 58 D+E 73.0 SpdrOGEx XOP 50.40 +. 85 72
.. 79 D+D 35.7 SpdrPhrm XPH 32.18 +. 43 53k
.. 70 D+B 41.7 SpdrRetl XRT 31.65 +. 44 49
.. 40 D+D 55.9 SpdrSemi XSD 36.53 +. 59 56k
.. 44 D+D 35.7 SpdWldxUS GWL 25.99 +. 43 +113k
.. 45 D+C 28.6 SPDRTech XLK 20.71 +. 36 +11
.. 48 D+D+ 44.7 SPDRUtil XLU 34.52 +. 67 32
67 92 AA 59.3 Tompkns TMP 49.50 +. 51 10
UVWXYZ
.. 76 D+C 89.2 US12Mo n USL 63.36 +. 93 +8
.. 71 D+C 67.7 US GasFd n UGA 53.02+1.36 34
.. 49 D+C+ 67.3 USHeatO n UHN 47.61 . 41 51
.. 31 D+E 63.9 USNGFd n UNG 35.37 +. 22 40
.. 77 D+D 119 USOilFnd USO 86.71+1.85 37
9 68 B+B 24.5 Westmrlnd WLB 15.80 +. 76 33
.. 51 D+D+ 53.9 WTErn500 EPS 40.92 +. 00 65k
.. 46 D+D 54.3 WTErT100 EEZ 39.30 +. 48 50k
.. 30 D+D+ 56.6 WTIntRE n DRW 32.18 +. 43 14k
.. 52 D+C+ 53.2 WTLwPE EZY 39.10 +. 27 +113k
.. 64 D+C+ 51.3 WTMCEr EZM 41.15 +. 48 36k
.. 70 D+E 48.3 WTSCEr EES 38.92 +. 00 10k
.. 56 D+E 55.2 WTTotEr EXT 41.71 +. 37 +968k
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S S Str Dis Hi Stock Symbol Price Chg Chg
51 45 76 B B22.6 Gentex 2.6 r GNTX 16.93 +.13 29 743 19
75 65 69 B B51.5 GenuiPrt 3.8 GPC 41.47 +.78 21 801 13k
45 97 22 C B31.4 Goodyear GT 16.34 +.36 24 3.3m 6o
62 57 69 C B 37.6 HondaM 2.3 HMC 31.69 +.24 17 790 10o
65 81 64 C B44.5 JohnsnCt 1.7 JCI 30.88 +.76 35 2.6m 12
86 97 67 B D+25.0 LKQCorp LKQX 17.77 +.37 37 958 24
43 69 58 D C 16.5 Lydall Inc LDL 10.10 +.10 64 58 13
14 35 35 D D+100 MagnaA 2.5 r MGA 57.60 +.17 +61 1.1m 8
61 41 65 B B20.0 Midas MDS 14.09 +.27 50 39 20o
88 53 97 C A26.2 MnroM 1.1 r MNRO 22.81 +.20 41 71 21k
52 73 62 .. B79.1 Navistar NAV 56.48 1.72 11 501 12
22 50 38 .. C 23.8 Nissan 4.4 NSANY 14.61 .12 30 502 7
85 67 81 B B 34.7 OReillyAuto ORLY 28.51 +.28 42 1.2m 16
46 63 43 C B60.1 Paccar 1.8 r PCAR 39.70 .50 +2 3.9m 12o
36 67 19 C C 22.6 Penske 3.1 PAG 11.77 +.02 29 742 7
56 68 76 E B 23.0 SuperrIn 3.4 SUP 18.96 .21 11 270 41
37 86 31 C D 33.5 TRWAuto TRW 16.70 .30 16 737 5o
57 73 71 D C+38.0 TitanInt .1 TWI 25.66 .85 35 894 77o
43 46 54 B D+119 Toyota 2.6 r TM 90.48 +2.23 +41 1.1m 9o
53 87 36 A E 54.9 WABCOn .8 WBC 37.28 +.21 17 452 9o
29. LEISURE
53 57 41 B A32.9 AmCasi 2.7 ASCA 15.51 +.07 55 417 12o
55 71 30 A B 52.8 BallyTech BYI .28.69 +.33 24 936 15o
35 22 89 D C+12.5 Bluegreen BXG 7.73 .49 32 93 8
85 92 76 C B+18.2 CallGolf 2.0 r ELY 14.31 +.34 +4 864 13
59 59 62 B B52.1 Carnival 4.4 CCL 36.26 .62 +5 7.2m 12o
47 58 46 B C+50.7 CarnPLC 4.9 CUK 32.37 .02 +13 565 11
63 57 78 E B+25.7 CedrFair 8.8 FUN 21.76 .25 40 76 83
42 79 55 .. B43.0 ChoicHtl 2.6 r CHH 27.99 .95 +65 947 15o
39 25 67 D B+20.0 Cinemar 5.2 CNK 13.72 +.40 63 117 ..
70 97 44 A D70.9 Ctrip .5 CTRP 42.15 +1.33 36 974 36o
14 29 20 E D29.8 DiscCmA DISAD 16.25 .35 36 2.0m ..
74 41 89 B A35.0 DrmwksAm r DWA 31.73 +.55 34 621 16o
67 53 71 B B 51.8 HarlyDav 3.3 r HOG 39.56 +.38 2 3.2m 11
55 84 42 A D 23.4 IntctlH 3.2 IHG 12.68 .02 31 77 7
4 32 6 B E 49.4 IntlGame 3.5 IGT 16.73 +.32 19 3.8m 12o
62 66 67 B B52.4 IntlSpdw .3 r ISCA 39.39 .25 32 208 13k
14 30 8 B D 148 LasVgSnds LVS 35.15 +1.85 36 3.4m 73o
71 83 55 A B 65.1 LifeTmFit LTM 33.37 +.48 43 578 17o
61 64 67 D C+11.0 LionsGate LGF 9.40 ... +8 630 ..o
13 43 11 C B 100 MGMMirge r MGM 29.93 .07 52 2.4m 18o
38 50 52 C C+21.6 Marcus 2.4 r MCS 14.46 +.76 +10 146 20
30 47 36 B B45.1 MarrtInt 1.4 MAR 25.44 .16 +25 5.3m 14
17 39 16 C C 65.4 OrntExHA .3 OEH 29.75 1.57 +35 784 25o
24 63 15 C C+62.3 PennNatl r PENN 27.64 1.33 21 992 15o
94 77 86 A A 54.7 Polaris 3.2 r PII 47.49 .28 21 438 13
42 27 66 D C+16.0 RHIEnt RHIE 12.45 .03 +35 49 99
46 39 55 B B+22.9 RegalEnt 7.7 RGC 15.62 +.20+107 2.3m 18
37 66 11 A C 29.8 RicksCabrt RICK 10.31 .69 +36 430 10
34 63 27 C B44.0 RylCarib 3.3 RCL 22.64 .75 9 3.1m 7
42 74 33 B D 40.7 SciGames SGMS 23.10 +.31 +2 1.6m 18o
22 54 18 B C+62.8 StarwdHt 2.9 r HOT 30.70 .73 +90 7.9m 12o
75 61 77 B A 47.8 SteinerLeis r STNR 35.96 +.77 26 64 13
67 59 78 D C 32.1 SteinwyMus r LVB 28.73 +.55 26 46 14
15 50 26 .. D16.2 TownSprts r CLUB 6.93 .12 +22 172 8
56 86 36 B D+66.3 VailResorts r MTN 38.15 2.25 +97 883 13o
77 94 56 A C+41.2 WMSInds WMS 29.40 .48 41 670 24
22 50 24 C D+33.8 Wyndhm 1.0 WYN 15.32 +.17 +19 2.7m 7o
66 85 44 A B176 Wynn r WYNN 86.23 1.87 45 1.2m 27o
30. MEDIA
43 19 94 D B 62.7 Amrep AXR 48.21 +3.21 33 19 39
41 67 23 A D 57.6 BritSky 4.1 BSY 31.50 +.58 +53 119 15
20 63 17 D C 31.6 CBSCpA 7.1 CBSA 15.20 +.44 23 23 7
23 63 17 D B32.2 CBSCpB 7.1 CBS 15.24 +.52 22 5.6m 7o
55 98 15 A D 31.8 CTCMedia CTCM 16.13 +.10 79 106 15
44 19 87 .. B35.1 Cablevs 1.5 CVC 26.82 +.72 38 1.5m ..o
59 98 30 B C+126 CEurMed CETV 72.35 +1.84 +9 573 22o
82 83 78 C B24.6 CmstA 1.3 CMCSA 19.90 +.72 +4 23m 25o
81 83 78 C C 24.3 CctSp 1.3 CMCSK 19.79 +.69 +4 7.7m 25o
68 72 61 C A27.1 ChorusE 3.0 r CJR 18.59 +.75 68 17 14
78 49 83 A C 29.1 DirecTV r DTV 26.23 +.82 9 8.8m 20o
56 95 29 B D+47.3 DishNetwk DISH 24.06 +.20 39 1.9m 11o
15 73 9 E E 31.2 DolanMn DM 11.55 +.03 48 136 77
48 12 81 D A50.9 FishrComm FSCI 37.99 +1.11 59 16 82
10 30 14 C B+46.2 Gannett 8.9 GCI 17.95 +.86 24 4.1m 4
60 78 65 .. B 28.1 GpTelevs 1.5 TV 22.61 +.66 5 2.3m 17k
39 24 85 D C 26.2 HrstArgT 1.2 HTV 22.69 +.23 +1 204 33
43 38 51 D C+42.9 LibtyGlbA r LBTYA 30.66 +.33 10 1.7m 99o
47 38 49 D B 40.6 LibGlobC r LBTYK 29.05 +.25 3 665 99
14 23 34 C D25.9 LibMCapA r LCAPA 14.02 +.46 42 645 5o
40 2 84 C D 28.6 LibMEntAn LMDIA 25.71 +.86 8 1.9m 99o
32 52 37 B D 55.1 McGrwH 2.6 r MHP 34.44 2.69 +27 2.8m 12
23 57 27 C D 62.4 Meredth 3.0 r MDP 28.55 +.57 34 473 9
42 66 22 A E 17.5 NetSvcC NETC 8.88 +.52 45 466 26k
15 15 47 C C+21.1 NYTimes 6.2 NYT 14.89 +.45 34 1.1m 16
54 91 23 B C+23.6 NwsCpA .9 NWSA 13.10 +.52 24 9.1m 10
53 95 22 B D25.0 NewsCo .9 NWS 13.28 +.53 35 3.2m 10o
56 88 41 C C 16.8 Pearson 5.5 PSO 11.14 +.21 9 225 13
60 92 38 A D 26.5 RRSat 5.2 RRST 12.25 +.09 73 6 15
43 80 48 .. C+40.1 ReedEls 3.6 ENL 30.63 +.76 9 92 11
41 73 52 .. C+54.6 ReedEls 3.4 RUK 42.04 +.75 64 26 13
48 60 45 A D+54.3 RogrsCo 2.8 r RCI 34.09 +.61 7 628 18o
27 32 41 D B+40.0 Scholas 1.2 r SCHL 26.00 1.42 +24 486 17o
58 47 79 D B 45.0 ScrippsN .7 SNI 40.29 +.79 +74 1.1m ..
91 97 79 A B28.8 ShawCom 3.7 r SJR 21.16 +.45 41 120 21
72 82 64 C B 33.7 TWCable TWC 25.35 +.06 26 1.3m 21o
44 69 60 D D19.2 TimeWr 1.8 TWX 14.24 +.28 +4 27m 14o
42 83 24 A E 45.0 ViacomA VIA 25.66 +.78 36 59 9
44 83 24 A D45.4 ViacomB VIAB 25.57 +.80 +23 4.4m 9
2 9 9 E D25.0 VirgnMd 1.9 VMED 8.28 .04 38 4.5m ..o
80 83 76 B B+35.7 WaltDsny 1.1 DIS 32.47 +.70 4 13m 14o
29 35 45 C B 880 WashP 1.5 WPO 570.0 +.50 +8 30 20
64 85 62 A D51.8 WilyJhnA 1.3 JWA 40.74 +.64 5 186 18
57 56 72 B B19.9 WWEnte 9 WWE 15.20 +.14 +32 407 19o
31. MINING
45 36 79 C B83.5 AgnicoEg .3 AEM 61.89 3.93 +7 4.9m 99o
15 45 20 C D+44.8 Alcoa 2.7 r AA 24.92 .70 +40 19m 11
2 22 13 C E 26.1 Alumina 7.2 AWC 12.25 ... 32 109 19
76 75 81 B B42.7 AMCOLI 2.2 ACO 32.36 .72 2 185 17k
16 61 13 B E 38.8 AngloA 3.2 AAUK 18.98 +.58 26 1.6m 7o
14 11 19 D B51.4 AngloAs .5 AU 24.43 .67 41 1.3m ..o
65 95 43 A D 95.6 BHPBilLt 3.1 BHP 62.27 +1.12 52 2.5m 11o
64 95 39 A C+86.1 BHPBlplc 2.6 BBL 54.23 +1.56 53 437 9
67 85 49 A B54.7 BarrckG 1.1 ABX 36.50 1.97 +13 16m 17o
70 96 34 A B+42.9 Buenavnt .8 BVN 23.59 +.21 41 865 10o
24 77 16 B E 52.3 Cameco .9 CCJ 25.30 +.24 39 2.3m 14o
69 80 76 A D121 Clevlnd .5 CLF 65.14 3.17 2 4.2m 15o
32 64 17 A E 44.2 CompVDR .5 RIO 22.26 +1.11 +4 37m 11o
24 70 16 B E 127 FreeptC 2.6 r FCX 68.40 +1.90 13 13m 7o
48 84 20 B B+19.9 GoldFlds 2.4 GFI 9.42 +.18 0 8.2m 15o
59 71 62 B B52.7 Goldcorp .5 GG 34.52 2.13 +29 17m 54o
34 92 9 A D45.0 HWinstn 1.2 HWD 16.06 +.33 21 57 6
14 38 25 .. D+16.9 IvanhoMn IVN 7.93 .01 55 421 ..o
30 33 47 B C+27.4 KinrsGo .5 KGC 16.62 .74 4 8.2m 53o
24 29 23 B B 41.4 LihirGold LIHR 22.67 .27 44 432 70
72 96 52 A C+31.7 MesabTrs 18 MSB 21.58 +.25 +19 80 14k
66 91 47 B C+57.6 NewmtM 1.0 NEM 41.56 .61 1 9.0m 16o
44 59 25 A B 44.1 PanAmSlvr PAAS 24.41 1.07 +16 1.8m 19o
83 72 85 A B+56.3 Randgold .2 GOLD 42.25 2.20 23 907 53o
55 98 23 A D+558 RioTinto 2.1 RTP.293.0 +2.00 21 366 10o
76 46 94 B B+39.5 RoylGld .8 r RGLD 37.29 .67 19 530 54o
13 31 16 .. B48.2 SilverStd SSRI 20.44 .79 31 701 ..o
46 79 17 A B 19.5 SilvWhtn SLW 9.76 .38 +25 5.6m 25o
26 64 14 B C 47.8 SthnCopp 10 r PCU 22.77 +.30 33 3.6m 9
27 85 11 B D29.0 Sterlte .7 SLT 10.36 +.16 48 663 6o
44 69 30 A D+53.8 TechCmco 2.9 TCK 33.48 .08 4 2.5m 9o
10 22 13 A D27.3 ThomCrkgn TC 11.46 +.03 +30 421 9
39 76 21 B C 19.9 Yamana 1.2 AUY 9.66 .54 +26 20m 15o
32. OFFICE
67 59 62 B B59.7 AveryDe 3.6 AVY 45.48 +.30 36 739 11
83 81 79 B B+40.3 BradyA 1.9 r BRC 35.76 +.34 34 211 14
44 62 38 B D+56.0 Canon 2.5 CAJ 40.11 +.79 +7 553 12
46 49 54 C C+22.9 EnnisI 3.9 EBF 15.81 .01 34 70 9
17 31 28 .. B 49.0 Fujifilm .9 r FUJI 28.34 +.79 +14 170 17
54 52 62 B B 47.1 PitneyB 4.1 PBI 34.00 +.19 51 750 12o
46 68 37 B C+17.8 Xerox 1.4 XRX 12.11 .12 7 5.3m 9
33. REAL EST
43 46 41 B C+41.3 BrkfldAs 1.9 r BAM 27.47 +1.03 13 1.1m 25o
27 32 47 C C 27.1 BrkfldPr 3.4 BPO 16.59 +.16 4 2.5m 40
25 44 14 B B 29.4 CBREllis r CBG 13.51 +.51 22 3.4m 9o
20 11 38 D B60.4 ForestCA 1.0 FCEA 31.50 +.32 54 303 ..
33 75 12 B D31.5 GpArCN 6.1 OMAB 12.34 +.15 20 103 10
45 96 21 B D58.0 GpAerPac 7.4 PAC 26.89 +.19 25 282 10
83 86 67 B B 63.5 GrupoAer 3.8 ASR 50.39 +2.29 31 85 14
17 40 15 B D+109 JonesLaL 2.2 JLL 45.30 +2.36 32 540 8o
58 49 88 E B+46.8 StJoe JOE 39.40 +1.17 45 597 80o
44 51 55 B D 36.9 WPCary 7.2 WPC 27.13 +.23 +43 46 14
B10 FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 26, 2008 FUTURES INVESTORS.COM
Food Thu Wed
09/25 09/24
Flour hardwinter KCcwt 17.45 17.45
CoffeeparanaexdockNYper lb. 1.2837 1.2837
CoffeemedlinexdockNYper lb. 1.4599 1.4599
Cocoabeans IvoryCoast $metric ton 3055 3072
Cocoabutter Africanstyl $met ton 7763 7812
Sugar No. 11 cents per lb 15.52 15.09
HogsSiouxFalls 4750 pct 220270 lb 49.00 49.00
Feeder cattle500600 lbOkl avcwt 113.69 113.69
Porkbellies 1214 lbMidwest avcwt n.q. n.q.
Grains
CornNo. 2 yellowChi processor bid 5.53 5.58
SoybeansNo. 1 yellow 11.18 11.22
SoybeanMeal CenIll 48pct proteinton 355.10 355.10
Wheat No. 2 Chi soft 5.36 5.30
Wheat N. 1 dk14pcproMpls. 8.35 8.16
Wheat No. 1 hardKC. 6.86 6.88
Oats No. 2 heavyor Better n.q. n.q.
Cornoil crudewet/drymill Chi. lb. .46 .46
Soybeanoil crudeDecatur lb. .46| .46|
Metals
Aluminumper lbN.Y. Merc Spot 1.1425 1.1325
Copper Cathodefull plate 3.2270 3.2270
Silver Handy&Harman 13.190 13.350
Platinumper troyoz. NY(contract) 1220.00 1212.00
PlatinumMerc spot per troyoz. 1184.20 1225.00
Steel scrapNo. 1 heavygross ton 375.60 375.60
Gold
Londonmorningfixing 889.00 off 7.00
Londonafternoonfixing 888.50 off 7.50
NYHandy&Harman 888.50 off 7.50
NYEngelhard 890.66 off 7.51
NYMerc. spot month 877.70 off 11.30
Textiles & Fibers
Cotton1116 in. strict lowmiddling 56.69 56.00
Raw Products
Natural Gas HenryHub, $per mmbtu 7.58 8.00
aAsked, bBid, nNormal, rRevised, nqNot Quoted,
n.a.Not Available.
Grains
WHEAT (CBOT) 5,000 bu minimum cents per bushel
1284.3 593.50 Dec 08 175,924 733.75 741.00 720.00 736.25 +6.00
1275.0 601.75 Mar 09 48,771 752.75 761.00 741.00 756.50 +5.75
1200.0 722.25 May 09 5,666 769.75 775.00 758.00 770.50 +5.50
1140.8 550.00 Jul 09 38,538 776.50 783.75 768.50 780.75 +4.50
1126.0 748.75 Sep 09 1,860 797.00 797.25 789.00 797.00 +4.75
1155.8 571.00 Dec 09 15,097 814.25 821.25 804.00 818.00 +4.75
1112.0 555.00 Jul 10 5,056 825.75 830.00 825.75 830.00 +6.75
Est. Vol. 47,187 Vol. 47,187 open int 292,315 +464
CORN (CBOT) 5,000 bu minimum cents per bushel
799.25 386.50 Dec 08 547,699 559.25 565.50 555.00 558.25 4.75
816.00 395.75 Mar 09 191,585 577.00 583.00 572.75 576.00 4.50
822.00 401.00 May 09 42,055 587.50 594.25 584.50 587.25 5.00
826.00 403.75 Jul 09 92,614 596.50 602.75 593.75 596.25 4.75
763.75 510.00 Sep 09 18,418 597.00 605.00 597.00 599.00 3.75
707.00 391.75 Dec 09 110,922 600.50 607.00 595.25 599.25 3.50
711.25 401.00 Mar 10 6,046 608.00 613.00 607.75 608.00 3.25
714.50 407.00 Jul 10 1,825 620.50 625.00 618.00 618.00 3.75
705.00 394.00 Dec 10 27,886 596.00 598.00 592.50 596.00 1.50
660.00 555.25 Dec 11 481 600.75 600.75 596.00 596.00 1.50
Est. Vol. 130,304 Vol. 130,304 open int 1,039,850 +2,385
OATS (CBOT) 5,000 bu minimum cents per bushel
489.25 284.00 Dec 08 9,374 335.50 340.25 333.00 335.00 +1.00
502.00 284.00 Mar 09 2,604 353.00 357.00 351.50 352.50 +1.00
510.00 284.00 May 09 1,425 363.50 364.50 363.50 364.50 +1.00
533.00 305.00 Dec 09 910 405.00 405.00 404.00 404.00 ...
Est. Vol. 949 Vol. 949 open int 14,688 89
SOYBEANS (CBOT) 5,000 bu minimum cents per bushel
1636.8 916.25 Nov 08 205,637 1184.0 1204.5 1168.3 1183.0 4.00
1649.0 919.75 Jan 09 57,563 1200.0 1220.5 1186.8 1199.5 4.25
1653.5 924.00 Mar 09 21,940 1211.0 1231.8 1200.0 1212.5 5.00
1644.5 1013.0 May 09 13,681 1219.0 1245.3 1214.0 1224.5 5.00
1650.0 934.00 Jul 09 17,698 1234.3 1254.0 1223.0 1234.8 4.75
1600.0 1050.0 Sep 09 408 1226.3 1226.3 1219.5 1219.5 7.50
1557.5 876.00 Nov 09 33,709 1199.5 1217.0 1186.0 1197.0 7.00
1555.5 950.00 Nov 10 5,933 1190.0 1210.0 1188.5 1192.0 8.00
Est. Vol. 95,324 Vol. 95,324 open int 357,908 +3,227
SOYBEAN MEAL (CBOT) 100 tons dollars per ton
433.60 250.00 Oct 08 21,406 320.80 327.60 319.40 323.40 4.20
431.90 246.00 Dec 08 76,196 325.90 332.50 324.30 328.50 4.00
433.00 247.50 Jan 09 11,801 328.70 334.80 327.30 331.30 3.90
434.00 246.50 Mar 09 15,112 333.20 339.30 332.50 336.30 3.80
434.00 246.50 May 09 9,198 336.70 343.60 336.10 339.80 3.90
435.50 246.50 Jul 09 9,499 340.00 346.70 339.00 342.80 3.90
431.50 275.00 Aug 09 2,895 340.90 345.40 340.00 342.30 3.90
426.40 270.00 Sep 09 1,985 342.30 343.40 336.00 337.30 4.40
400.00 231.30 Dec 09 6,865 330.00 331.00 327.00 329.50 4.00
Est. Vol. 40,712 Vol. 40,712 open int 156,362 1,977
SOYBEAN OIL (CBOT) 60,000 lbs cents per lb
71.65 39.80 Oct 08 18,536 47.91 48.70 46.93 47.77 +0.07
74.00 39.60 Dec 08 133,529 48.61 49.22 47.43 48.29 +0.09
74.04 40.38 Jan 09 22,753 48.88 49.67 47.90 48.78 +0.09
74.18 40.38 Mar 09 20,955 49.27 50.15 48.67 49.34 +0.11
71.90 40.38 May 09 12,900 49.59 50.71 49.20 49.79 +0.10
71.90 40.63 Jul 09 17,556 50.33 51.00 49.51 50.16 +0.11
71.50 45.74 Aug 09 2,515 49.82 50.95 49.82 50.34 +0.09
71.20 45.87 Sep 09 2,188 51.15 51.35 50.00 50.40 +0.05
70.00 40.63 Dec 09 15,600 50.46 50.70 50.25 50.45 +0.10
Est. Vol. 105,127 Vol. 50,994 open int 252,786 +296
WHEAT (KBOT) 5,000 bu minimum cents per bushel
1293.0 605.00 Dec 08 58,265 757.00 768.00 752.00 765.25 +6.25
1275.0 609.00 Mar 09 15,372 774.00 785.25 772.00 785.25 +7.00
1135.0 546.00 Jul 09 13,943 790.00 799.50 787.00 799.50 +9.50
1125.0 765.50 Sep 09 1,427 793.00 807.00 793.00 807.00 +10.0
Est. Vol. 5,136 Vol. 20,171 open int 96,058 +3,654
ROUGH RICE (CBOT) 2,000 CWT dollars per CWT
22.72 11.90 Nov 08 7,074 19.99 20.18 19.65 20.18 +0.39
22.38 12.88 Jan 09 1,362 20.15 20.50 19.97 20.50 +0.385
22.65 14.45 Mar 09 497 20.80 20.81 20.33 20.81 +0.385
19.70 11.90 Nov 09 23 19.25 19.67 19.25 19.67 +0.38
Est. Vol. 1,431 Vol. 1,431 open int 9,436 161
Meats
CATTLE (CME) 40,000 lbs. cents per lb.
113.20 96.20 Oct 08 46,451 102.25 102.25 100.87 100.95 1.22
115.32 86.65 Dec 08 119,809 104.10 104.25 102.57 102.62 1.58
117.65 97.90 Feb 09 52,446 104.35 104.52 103.20 103.50 0.82
119.20 98.10 Apr 09 22,652 104.95 105.10 103.92 103.97 1.18
116.70 98.00 Jun 09 10,829 101.75 101.75 100.60 101.02 0.88
117.50 100.00 Aug 09 2,296 102.52 102.80 101.90 102.15 0.75
118.50 102.30 Oct 09 1,392 105.30 105.32 105.10 105.25 1.00
119.00 104.10 Dec 09 363 106.00 106.20 106.00 106.20 ...
Est. Vol. 34,063 Vol. 38,990 open int 256,243 +244
FEEDER CATTLE (CME) 50,000 lbs. cents per lb.
118.32 104.35 Sep 08 1,361 107.87 107.90 107.80 107.87 +0.17
118.80 103.30 Oct 08 7,470 107.50 107.97 106.50 106.85 0.75
168.00 102.87 Nov 08 11,446 107.42 107.75 106.32 106.37 1.08
118.10 102.40 Jan 09 5,300 107.00 107.00 106.25 106.50 0.57
118.05 103.00 Mar 09 763 107.00 107.25 106.40 106.50 0.95
118.25 103.00 Apr 09 422 107.60 107.70 107.05 107.05 0.85
118.25 104.05 May 09 507 108.25 108.25 107.60 107.60 0.77
113.17 106.60 Aug 09 42 109.50 109.50 109.35 109.35 0.30
Est. Vol. 2,578 Vol. 4,043 open int 27,311 +520
HOGS LEAN (CME) 40,000 lbs. cents per lb.
78.87 64.20 Oct 08 20,721 68.95 69.50 68.92 69.27 +0.32
79.15 63.00 Dec 08 94,353 66.05 66.57 66.05 66.12 0.10
85.45 69.10 Feb 09 33,249 72.50 72.75 72.20 72.27 ...
92.50 74.55 Apr 09 24,975 77.15 77.60 76.92 77.55 +0.43
98.50 81.50 May 09 1,038 84.40 85.05 84.00 84.40 ...
100.25 83.67 Jun 09 16,446 86.80 87.25 86.65 87.07 +0.27
98.85 82.50 Jul 09 1,535 86.47 86.47 85.50 86.00 +0.10
96.00 80.40 Aug 09 1,315 83.40 83.55 83.00 83.20 +0.20
94.00 75.90 Oct 09 400 77.60 77.60 77.60 77.60 +0.20
Est. Vol. 10,403 Vol. 22,750 open int 194,114 +412
PORK BELLIES (CME) 40,000 lbs. cents per lb.
105.05 83.25 Feb 09 640 99.32 100.22 97.90 98.12 +0.12
104.30 84.95 Mar 09 26 96.50 99.30 96.30 97.35 +1.05
105.50 88.45 May 09 49 98.50 100.50 97.00 98.20 +0.20
101.00 89.50 Aug 09 1 96.90 98.50 96.90 98.50 +1.65
Est. Vol. 126 Vol. 135 open int 717 +4
Foods
COCOA (NYBT) 10 metric tons $ per ton
3273.0 1845.0 Dec 08 63,918 2760.0 2794.0 2725.0 2733.0 16.0
3228.0 1896.0 Mar 09 29,643 2769.0 2806.0 2741.0 2750.0 10.0
3214.0 1924.0 May 09 10,328 2769.0 2800.0 2751.0 2751.0 17.0
3220.0 2092.0 Jul 09 5,085 2777.0 2777.0 2756.0 2756.0 12.0
3217.0 2178.0 Dec 09 6,884 2790.0 2790.0 2762.0 2762.0 16.0
Est. Vol. 7,176 Vol. 9,005 open int 123,183 2,817
COFFEE C (NYBT) 37,500 lbs. cents per lb.
178.90 123.60 Dec 08 88,848 135.15 138.50 133.75 137.35 +2.30
181.60 126.75 Mar 09 20,782 139.40 142.20 137.90 141.25 +1.90
181.50 130.80 May 09 8,214 141.75 144.10 140.95 144.10 +2.35
181.60 131.10 Jul 09 2,575 143.50 146.75 143.50 146.50 +1.95
183.15 141.60 Sep 09 1,668 149.25 149.25 148.85 148.85 +2.20
189.00 135.60 Dec 09 2,316 149.85 152.15 149.00 152.05 +1.90
188.65 147.90 Mar 10 687 153.35 155.15 153.35 155.10 +1.75
Est. Vol. 18,070 Vol. 8,625 open int 125,561 +1,808
ORANGE JUICE (NYBT) 15,000 lbs. cents per lb.
153.50 87.50 Nov 08 18,584 91.55 92.90 90.25 90.60 1.75
177.00 91.50 Jan 09 3,942 96.25 96.25 94.00 94.30 1.70
153.20 96.00 Mar 09 5,021 98.90 99.00 97.70 97.85 2.10
153.20 99.75 May 09 1,387 102.20 102.25 102.20 102.25 1.35
Est. Vol. 2,372 Vol. 921 open int 29,348 92
SUGAR 14 (NYBT) 112,000 lbs. cents per lb.
23.83 20.51 Nov 08 1,540 22.50 22.50 22.25 22.40 0.30
23.43 20.50 Jan 09 2,821 22.90 22.90 22.45 22.51 0.38
23.43 20.75 Mar 09 2,313 22.80 22.80 22.55 22.58 0.27
23.42 20.95 May 09 945 22.85 22.85 22.85 22.85 0.05
23.43 20.95 Jul 09 676 22.85 22.85 22.85 22.85 0.05
Est. Vol. 143 Vol. 677 open int 8,817 +236
SUGARWORLD 11 (NYBT) 112,000 lbs. cents per lb.
15.43 9.720 Oct 08 48,552 12.15 13.05 12.15 12.99 +0.84
15.85 9.890 Mar 09 339,612 14.18 14.58 14.13 14.51 +0.35
17.10 9.940 May 09 95,773 14.45 14.82 14.41 14.74 +0.34
15.99 9.970 Jul 09 94,624 14.51 14.83 14.47 14.71 +0.23
16.17 11.10 Oct 09 65,414 14.91 15.14 14.79 15.14 +0.34
16.49 13.07 Mar 10 42,122 15.41 15.64 15.30 15.64 +0.34
16.31 13.45 Oct 10 8,545 15.34 15.51 15.25 15.51 +0.32
16.77 13.97 Mar 11 11,926 15.38 15.69 15.38 15.69 +0.34
Est. Vol. 136,452 Vol. 85,967 open int 728,353 7,578
Metals
GOLD (CMX) 100 troy oz. dollars per troy oz.
992.00 739.00 Sep 08 192 891.50 891.50 877.70 877.70 11.3
1034.3 684.40 Oct 08 20,670 875.10 894.40 864.10 878.00 11.4
908.40 743.50 Nov 08 50 887.50 893.50 870.00 880.00 12.8
1048.0 497.00 Dec 08 227,828 879.60 903.50 868.80 882.00 13.0
1045.0 743.90 Feb 09 20,425 885.20 905.30 875.30 887.10 13.2
1035.0 508.00 Jun 09 19,242 905.00 905.40 887.90 896.10 13.2
1060.0 522.40 Dec 09 13,760 925.00 925.00 899.80 909.70 13.2
1150.0 675.00 Dec 10 11,840 931.80 941.80 931.80 941.80 13.4
Est. Vol. 72,002 Vol. 148,421 open int 369,104 +850
MINI GOLD (CBOT) 33.2 troy oz. dollars per troy oz.
990.10 738.20 Sep 08 1 876.40 877.10 872.40 877.10 13.5
1041.3 734.00 Oct 08 571 874.70 897.00 865.50 878.70 1.60
911.50 741.00 Nov 08 51 879.70 894.70 870.00 881.20 8.70
1046.0 736.50 Dec 08 3,951 878.70 903.00 868.80 882.70 5.20
1021.9 743.80 Feb 09 252 884.00 900.00 875.00 887.30 4.00
Est. Vol. 11,328 Vol. open int 4,907 +242
PLATINUM (NYM) 50 troy oz. dollars per troy oz.
2288.0 1056.1 Oct 08 4,455 1187.0 1220.0 1184.0 1184.2 40.8
2180.0 1065.6 Jan 09 9,996 1196.1 1225.0 1191.0 1191.2 39.8
1547.5 1080.8 Apr 09 84 1205.0 1206.5 1200.2 1200.2 39.8
Est. Vol. 3,113 Vol. 5,297 open int 14,535 37
PALLADIUM (NYM) 100 troy oz dollars per oz
608.75 217.25 Dec 08 14,637 240.05 254.80 237.50 242.45 10.4
528.00 225.20 Mar 09 234 246.85 246.85 240.10 244.05 10.4
Est. Vol. 580 Vol. 684 open int 14,916 68
SILVER (CMX) 5,000 troy oz. cents per troy oz.
2132.0 1028.0 Sep 08 170 1321.0 1373.5 1317.0 1322.2 16.2
1784.1 1031.0 Oct 08 83 1321.0 1376.0 1321.0 1322.4 16.3
1356.0 1030.0 Nov 08 9 1354.0 1354.0 1324.8 1324.8 16.4
2155.0 758.00 Dec 08 63,358 1328.5 1388.0 1310.0 1327.5 16.5
2121.0 1050.0 Jan 09 1,404 1351.0 1387.0 1331.1 1331.1 16.7
2122.5 1045.0 Mar 09 13,244 1337.5 1393.0 1328.5 1337.9 17.0
2130.0 1061.0 May 09 5,155 1347.0 1347.0 1344.1 1344.1 17.2
2170.0 750.00 Jul 09 6,190 1351.5 1351.5 1350.3 1350.3 17.4
2200.0 795.00 Dec 09 5,092 1365.5 1397.0 1357.5 1365.9 17.5
2205.5 975.00 Dec 10 2,526 1398.5 1406.6 1398.5 1406.6 16.5
Est. Vol. 11,045 Vol. 27,315 open int 103,843 560
MINI SILVER (CBOT) 1,000 oz. cents per oz.
1783.6 1033.0 Oct 08 49 1353.7 1353.7 1321.7 1321.7 18.8
2150.3 1027.0 Dec 08 3,495 1327.0 1388.0 1311.6 1326.4 6.80
2109.6 1056.3 Jan 09 33 1356.5 1356.5 1330.4 1330.4 6.60
2115.6 1042.0 Mar 09 226 1363.0 1398.5 1323.0 1337.2 6.90
2146.1 1057.5 Dec 09 112 1373.9 1395.0 1371.5 1373.9 11.3
Est. Vol. 4,180 Vol. open int 4,030 +56
HI GRADE COPPER (CMX) 25,000 lbs. cents per lb.
422.00 258.40 Sep 08 1,066 314.25 314.55 309.50 314.55 +2.40
405.40 290.90 Oct 08 2,364 314.80 315.10 309.00 315.05 +2.90
404.75 227.90 Nov 08 1,843 310.20 314.00 308.35 314.00 +2.85
404.50 252.25 Dec 08 45,741 312.60 314.00 307.35 313.45 +2.80
402.00 226.55 Jan 09 2,319 313.85 314.25 312.60 314.05 +2.80
400.00 226.40 Feb 09 702 314.25 314.25 311.50 314.05 +2.80
398.55 289.55 Mar 09 14,263 313.10 314.00 308.00 313.75 +2.70
395.25 274.35 May 09 1,485 310.00 313.45 310.00 313.45 +2.60
393.60 288.20 Jun 09 540 311.85 313.40 311.85 313.40 +2.55
391.95 287.75 Jul 09 851 310.55 313.05 310.00 313.05 +2.50
383.70 280.35 Dec 09 1,075 309.50 311.45 309.50 311.45 +2.20
Est. Vol. 5,686 Vol. 12,150 open int 75,305 +816
Oils
LIGHT SWEET CRUDE (NYM) 1,000 bbl. dollars per bbl.
147.81 62.60 Nov 08 289,239 108.02 108.67 103.22 108.02 +2.29
148.03 54.90 Dec 08 189,592 106.17 107.70 102.55 107.21 +2.19
147.56 62.90 Jan 09 51,270 106.08 107.36 102.61 107.11 +2.20
146.93 65.89 Feb 09 24,106 106.53 107.30 102.77 107.20 +2.25
148.12 60.15 Mar 09 28,311 106.15 107.60 103.25 107.32 +2.31
148.50 65.97 Apr 09 19,498 104.16 107.48 104.15 107.48 +2.36
147.50 60.40 Jun 09 60,275 106.71 108.06 103.40 107.83 +2.44
147.40 66.03 Jul 09 18,897 105.45 108.05 105.45 107.99 +2.47
146.73 53.70 Dec 09 106,662 107.50 108.69 104.50 108.69 +2.54
144.99 27.15 Dec 10 59,972 107.99 109.63 105.90 109.47 +2.52
143.27 64.40 Jun 11 20,517 106.55 109.46 106.55 109.46 +2.52
143.00 59.85 Dec 11 25,570 106.60 109.56 106.00 109.56 +2.55
142.99 59.00 Dec 12 32,207 106.74 109.66 106.40 109.66 +2.57
142.70 69.09 Dec 15 14,055 109.23 110.21 109.00 110.21 +2.59
145.60 85.64 Dec 16 4,791 108.40 110.47 108.40 110.47 +2.59
Est. Vol. 311,571 Vol. 417,482 open int 1,107,168 6,268
NATURAL GAS (NYM) 10,000 mm btu's, $ per mm btu
13.80 7.023 Oct 08 31,850 7.850 7.942 7.460 7.724 +0.045
14.00 7.385 Nov 08 126,380 7.970 8.164 7.676 7.931 +0.023
14.36 4.108 Dec 08 67,257 8.267 8.470 8.040 8.268 +0.012
14.55 7.930 Jan 09 88,499 8.470 8.674 8.269 8.478 +0.009
14.46 7.930 Feb 09 32,783 8.576 8.691 8.297 8.513 +0.019
14.17 7.900 Mar 09 74,649 8.443 8.568 8.177 8.383 +0.014
12.00 6.930 Apr 09 67,750 8.190 8.348 8.000 8.168 +0.009
11.82 6.490 May 09 46,906 8.260 8.350 8.050 8.208 +0.011
11.87 6.720 Jun 09 19,142 8.367 8.448 8.170 8.308 +0.009
11.98 6.960 Jul 09 19,417 8.442 8.556 8.300 8.420 +0.009
12.04 6.900 Aug 09 18,302 8.483 8.600 8.352 8.500 +0.009
12.06 7.050 Sep 09 16,493 8.524 8.666 8.386 8.533 +0.009
12.12 7.115 Oct 09 30,214 8.640 8.721 8.492 8.613 +0.009
12.40 7.350 Nov 09 16,652 8.905 8.990 8.790 8.898 +0.004
12.75 7.570 Dec 09 25,715 9.295 9.350 9.145 9.263 +0.004
Est. Vol. 104,814 Vol. 154,336 open int 904,935 5,444
HEATING OIL (NYM) 42,000 gal, cents per gal
421.25 210.00 Oct 08 18,905 301.40 305.88 295.30 302.58 +1.25
425.00 212.28 Nov 08 51,934 304.06 308.24 296.76 304.83 +2.13
428.15 213.75 Dec 08 26,451 305.36 309.47 298.30 306.78 +2.63
428.00 215.28 Jan 09 22,125 307.07 311.90 301.98 309.13 +3.08
428.60 214.68 Feb 09 8,437 309.98 312.00 303.24 310.38 +3.28
428.50 211.88 Mar 09 9,611 303.01 312.50 302.73 309.88 +3.43
425.00 207.43 Apr 09 5,398 302.74 308.08 301.55 308.08 +3.68
421.25 202.98 May 09 4,433 299.22 306.13 299.22 306.13 +3.93
414.25 200.68 Jun 09 23,629 305.00 305.49 297.39 304.93 +4.13
413.25 200.78 Jul 09 3,076 300.98 305.28 300.98 305.28 +4.18
416.10 204.48 Oct 09 887 304.75 310.08 304.75 310.08 +4.33
436.25 208.18 Dec 09 13,159 308.17 313.53 307.70 313.53 +4.33
418.50 283.62 Feb 10 1,913 310.75 316.08 310.75 316.08 +4.33
398.85 195.48 Jun 10 2,684 300.90 305.93 300.30 305.93 +4.63
Est. Vol. 50,328 Vol. 68,558 open int 212,439 1,486
NY HARBOR GAS BLEND (NYM) 42,000 gallons dollars per gallon
3.535 1.9800 Oct 08 29,407 2.650 2.708 2.571 2.697 +0.103
3.545 1.9482 Nov 08 71,980 2.607 2.656 2.537 2.648 +0.077
3.545 1.9274 Dec 08 30,616 2.579 2.632 2.516 2.626 +0.069
3.556 1.9339 Jan 09 18,146 2.587 2.638 2.550 2.635 +0.068
Est. Vol. 40,919 Vol. 82,229 open int 200,178 956
Woods And Fibers
LUMBER (CME) 110,000 bd. ft. $ per 1,000 bd. ft.
314.60 210.70 Nov 08 8,342 213.50 215.50 210.70 211.30 +0.60
298.00 230.00 Jan 09 2,710 230.00 234.60 230.00 232.60 0.40
305.00 242.10 Mar 09 771 244.80 246.90 242.10 246.80 +0.10
303.50 248.20 May 09 129 255.20 255.80 248.20 255.80 +0.80
298.50 253.00 Sep 09 24 254.20 263.90 254.10 255.00 ...
Est. Vol. 861 Vol. 1,009 open int 12,001 +63
COTTON 2 (NYBT) 50,000 lbs. cents per lb.
78.11 57.50 Oct 08 680 58.44 59.58 58.44 59.19 +0.37
81.53 59.45 Dec 08 133,373 61.68 62.40 61.05 61.27 0.18
86.81 64.05 Mar 09 38,364 65.88 66.60 65.70 65.85 0.22
88.38 66.24 May 09 6,692 67.65 68.10 67.65 68.10 +0.27
89.56 68.44 Jul 09 11,341 69.90 70.15 69.78 70.14 +0.36
101.50 72.01 Dec 09 9,324 73.25 74.20 73.20 73.90 +0.38
101.72 78.31 Jul 10 1,330 79.10 79.30 79.00 79.30 +0.53
101.72 81.00 Dec 10 725 81.70 81.88 81.70 81.88 +0.61
Est. Vol. 16,109 Vol. 17,046 open int 202,077 4,200
Indexes
S&P COMP. INDEX (CME) 250 x index
1629.3 1136.0 Dec 08 521,999 1213.2 1224.5 1186.0 1213.6 +20.6
1638.8 1142.9 Mar 09 2,959 1220.5 1229.3 1213.3 1216.3 +20.0
1648.3 1144.4 Jun 09 2,731 1203.0 1232.0 1201.0 1219.0 +20.0
1657.8 1146.4 Sep 09 753 1205.0 1234.0 1203.0 1221.0 +20.0
Est. Vol. 7,855 Vol. 44,575 open int 528,498 3,819
S&P MINI INDEX (CME) 50 x index
1620.0 1136.3 Dec 08 2,249,228 1214.5 1224.8 1186.0 1213.5 +20.5
1540.0 1141.5 Mar 09 3,774 1218.0 1227.3 1189.3 1216.3 +19.9
1441.1 1166.4 Jun 09 4,960 1219.5 1225.3 1196.8 1219.0 +20.0
Est. Vol. 820,708 Vol. 2,403,929 open int 2,257,968 +5,934
S&P MIDCAP 400 (CME) 500 x index
960.70 727.00 Dec 08 4,360 753.20 762.00 752.00 758.50 +5.70
Est. Vol. Vol. 73 open int 4,360 +4
DJ INDUSTRIALS (CBOT) $10 x Dow Jones Industrial Average
13875 10470 Dec 08 23,279 11018 11125 10815 11018 +158.0
13084 10659 Mar 09 106 10794 11085 10794 11024 +159.0
Est. Vol. 819 Vol. 2,546 open int 23,385 262
MINI DOW JONES (CBOT) $5 x DJIA index
13875 10468 Dec 08 86,908 11008 11131 10800 11016 +183.0
13084 10550 Mar 09 213 11018 11103 10845 11024 +159.0
11865 10659 Jun 09 510 11018 11065 11018 11028 +158.0
Est. Vol. 260,332 Vol. 207,534 open int 87,297 1,087
NASDAQ 100 INDEX (CME) $100 x index
2355.0 1612.0 Dec 08 20,535 1678.5 1715.0 1665.5 1680.0 +8.00
2258.0 1654.5 Mar 09 19 1707.0 1707.0 1685.0 1688.0 +6.00
2091.0 1666.0 Jun 09 5 1696.5 1699.5 1696.5 1699.5 +6.00
Est. Vol. 442 Vol. 3,675 open int 20,609 180
MINI NASDAQ 100 INDE (CME) $20 x index
2355.0 1612.3 Dec 08 276,792 1678.0 1714.3 1664.8 1680.0 +8.00
2258.0 1654.5 Mar 09 11 1690.0 1719.8 1674.3 1688.0 +6.00
Est. Vol. Vol. 354,273 open int 276,803 5,870
RUSSELL 2000 (CME) 500 x index
812.40 649.90 Dec 08 7,246 701.20 716.80 697.85 716.80 ...
Est. Vol. 170 Vol. open int 620 11,128
RUSSELL 1000 Mini (NYBT) $50 x index
835.60 620.50 Dec 08 1,850 651.50 665.50 651.50 661.50 +11.8
Est. Vol. 269 Vol. open int 1,850 +59
NIKKEI 225 AVGS. (CME) $5 x nsa
15710 11230 Dec 08 58,104 12060 12310 12060 12205 +195.0
Est. Vol. 8,223 Vol. 17,847 open int 58,105 462
Financials
US TREASURY BONDS (CBOT) $100,000 prin pts & 32nds of 100 pct
123-27 109-00 Dec 08 810,163 116-15 117-12 116-03 116-24 19
122-20 109-22 Mar 09 1,592 115-28 116-01 115-14 115-25 20
Est. Vol. 304,922 Vol. 236,449 open int 815,620 3,665
10 YEAR TREASURY (CBOT) $100,000 prinpts & 32nds & a half 32nd
119-11 107-22 Dec 08 1,548,611 114-06 115-05 114-01 114-11 284
118-00 108-27 Mar 09 59 113-00 113-05 113-00 113-05 285
Est. Vol. 984,341 Vol. 738,130 open int 1,555,933 40,201
5 YEAR TREASURY (CBOT) $100,000 prinpts & 32nds & a half 32nd
115-16 106-04 Sep 08 23,774 112-25 113-16 112-20 112-22 235
115-00 106-04 Dec 08 1,416,829 111-20 112-10 111-17 111-20 237
Est. Vol. 1,192,811 Vol. 650,473 open int 1,440,603 +24,289
2 YR. TREASURY NOTES (CBOT) $200,000 prinpts & 32nds & a quarter 32nd
107-32 102-32 Sep 08 2,746 106-29 107-00 106-26 106-26 0.00000
107-29 102-32 Dec 08 689,226 106-14 106-27 106-12 106-13 0.00000
Est. Vol. 533,172 Vol. 286,382 open int 691,972 2,262
EURODOLLARS (IMM) $1 millionpts of 100 pct.
97.29 96.04 Oct 08 142,859 96.06 96.30 96.04 96.18 +0.115
97.31 96.19 Nov 08 8,514 96.20 96.39 96.20 96.36 +0.16
98.27 91.57 Dec 08 1,676,099 96.31 96.64 96.24 96.53 +0.225
98.19 91.58 Mar 09 1,319,862 96.72 96.95 96.70 96.82 +0.115
98.00 91.53 Jun 09 999,157 96.72 96.87 96.69 96.72 +0.03
97.77 94.28 Sep 09 914,110 96.67 96.81 96.58 96.64 0.035
97.50 91.40 Dec 09 740,920 96.39 96.53 96.30 96.37 0.03
97.28 94.23 Mar 10 499,678 96.24 96.36 96.11 96.20 0.03
97.06 92.25 Jun 10 298,271 95.97 96.13 95.88 95.97 0.025
96.89 92.22 Sep 10 232,536 95.75 95.90 95.66 95.74 0.045
96.75 94.11 Dec 10 199,717 95.56 95.69 95.47 95.53 0.075
96.61 94.09 Mar 11 173,248 95.52 95.63 95.42 95.47 0.085
96.47 94.06 Jun 11 159,111 95.45 95.55 95.34 95.40 0.09
96.31 92.75 Sep 11 140,023 95.41 95.52 95.31 95.37 0.09
96.19 93.99 Dec 11 117,670 95.41 95.44 95.28 95.31 0.10
96.08 93.97 Mar 12 115,197 95.38 95.46 95.28 95.33 0.10
96.00 93.94 Jun 12 75,535 95.33 95.41 95.23 95.28 0.10
95.96 93.92 Sep 12 60,396 95.30 95.38 95.22 95.27 0.10
95.90 93.89 Dec 12 67,176 95.28 95.30 95.16 95.20 0.10
95.86 92.73 Mar 13 51,972 95.28 95.28 95.14 95.19 0.10
95.81 92.67 Jun 13 29,217 95.24 95.24 95.09 95.14 0.10
95.75 93.81 Sep 13 17,523 95.11 95.19 95.06 95.10 0.10
95.67 92.80 Dec 13 14,706 95.07 95.10 95.02 95.02 0.10
95.62 93.86 Mar 14 17,793 95.05 95.08 95.00 95.00 0.10
95.58 93.13 Jun 14 8,381 95.00 95.03 94.95 94.95 0.10
95.52 93.81 Sep 14 8,336 94.97 95.00 94.92 94.92 0.10
95.44 93.78 Dec 14 15,204 94.92 94.92 94.86 94.86 0.10
95.39 93.76 Mar 15 17,273 94.89 94.89 94.83 94.83 0.10
95.35 93.74 Jun 15 4,683 94.84 94.84 94.79 94.80 0.095
95.31 93.72 Sep 15 2,979 94.81 94.81 94.76 94.77 0.095
95.23 93.57 Mar 16 3,413 94.73 94.73 94.69 94.70 0.085
Est. Vol. 2,173,483 Vol. 1,874,896 open int 8,145,029 +1,944
US DOLLAR INDEX (NYBT) 1000 x index
80.90 72.08 Dec 08 46,230 76.92 77.40 76.41 77.20 +0.11
81.26 72.50 Mar 09 2,131 77.23 77.25 77.23 77.25 +0.14
Est. Vol. 2,435 Vol. 5,013 open int 48,436 1,266
AUSTRALIAN DOLLAR (IMM) 100,000 dollars, $ per A $
0.9652 0.7748 Dec 08 54,049 0.8273 0.8371 0.8256 0.8303 0.0011
0.9523 0.7718 Mar 09 763 0.8285 0.8290 0.8203 0.8241 0.0008
Est. Vol. 17,233 Vol. 32,893 open int 54,837 234
BRITISH POUND (IMM) 62,500 pounds, $ per pound
2.083 1.7327 Dec 08 98,611 1.8421 1.8624 1.8266 1.8342 0.0125
2.077 1.7248 Mar 09 1,184 1.8475 1.8505 1.8205 1.8253 0.0122
1.9849 1.7200 Jun 09 1,008 1.8117 1.8409 1.8116 1.8164 0.0117
Est. Vol. 35,350 Vol. 47,830 open int 100,807 +2,084
CANADIAN DOLLAR (IMM) 100,000 dollars, $ per Cdn. dlr
1.0999 0.9222 Dec 08 84,376 0.9644 0.9723 0.9642 0.9687 +0.0017
1.0927 0.9217 Mar 09 2,959 0.9706 0.9713 0.9660 0.9685 +0.0017
1.0173 0.9219 Jun 09 1,893 0.9664 0.9707 0.9655 0.9682 +0.0017
1.0144 0.9212 Sep 09 2,901 0.9686 0.9701 0.9650 0.9678 +0.0016
0.9965 0.9225 Dec 09 306 0.9662 0.9694 0.9648 0.9674 +0.0015
Est. Vol. 12,733 Vol. 34,068 open int 92,435 +830
MEXICAN PESO (IMM) 500,000 pesos, $ per peso
0.0993 0.0875 Dec 08 51,459 0.0912 0.0925 0.0911 0.0923 +0.00095
0.0983 0.0872 Mar 09 349 0.0913 0.0913 0.0913 0.0913 +0.00095
0.0974 0.0865 Jun 09 16 0.0913 0.0913 0.0902 0.0902 +0.00095
Est. Vol. 6,492 Vol. 22,297 open int 51,824 +3,266
JAPANESE YEN (IMM) 12.5 million yen, $ per 100 yen
1.0465 0.8604 Dec 08 139,443 0.9505 0.9566 0.9419 0.9473 0.0051
1.0385 0.8961 Mar 09 1,177 0.9600 0.9631 0.9510 0.9548 0.0051
1.0412 0.9158 Jun 09 3,404 0.9656 0.9670 0.9594 0.9610 0.0051
Est. Vol. 52,659 Vol. 77,350 open int 144,030 +2,358
SWISS FRANC (IMM) 125,000 francs, $ per franc
1.0159 0.8308 Dec 08 41,958 0.9200 0.9296 0.9177 0.9218 0.0001
1.0111 0.8666 Mar 09 353 0.9295 0.9319 0.9218 0.9243 0.0001
1.0103 0.8791 Jun 09 294 0.9260 0.9311 0.9257 0.9261 0.0001
Est. Vol. 22,073 Vol. 42,580 open int 42,611 +315
EURO 125,000 Euros, $ per Euro
1.5911 1.3811 Dec 08 142,501 1.4617 1.4765 1.4561 1.4621 0.0034
1.5816 1.3765 Mar 09 3,934 1.4691 1.4722 1.4533 1.4586 0.0029
1.5740 1.3752 Jun 09 328 1.4620 1.4685 1.4519 1.4542 0.0027
Est. Vol. 190,745 Vol. 156,129 open int 146,998 3,770
30 DAY FEDERAL FUNDS (CBOT) $5 million pts. of 100 pct.
98.68 95.64 Sep 08 66,246 98.11 98.13 98.10 98.11 +0.018
98.64 95.64 Oct 08 113,014 98.14 98.20 98.12 98.15 +0.0050
98.59 95.64 Nov 08 138,461 98.21 98.25 98.19 98.22 +0.015
98.58 95.64 Dec 08 96,925 98.25 98.30 98.23 98.26 +0.025
98.58 95.64 Jan 09 53,256 98.25 98.29 98.22 98.25 +0.025
98.49 95.64 Feb 09 64,225 98.25 98.30 98.19 98.25 +0.025
98.49 95.64 Mar 09 15,952 98.20 98.26 98.14 98.19 +0.01
98.50 95.64 Apr 09 14,026 98.14 98.19 98.09 98.12 ...
98.43 95.64 May 09 12,455 98.00 98.08 97.97 98.00 0.02
Est. Vol. 150,941 Vol. 98,653 open int 586,345 1,598
For Thursday, September 25, 2008
Season Open
High Low Interest Open High Low Close Chg.
Season Open
High Low Interest Open High Low Close Chg.
Futures Tables &Charts Footnotes:
CBOT: Chicago Board of Trade. CME: Chicago Mercantile Exchange.
CMX: Comex division of Nymex. IMM: International Monetary
Market at CME. KBOT: Kansas City Board of Trade. NYBT: N.Y. Board
of Trade. NYM: N.Y. Mercantile Exchange. CME market data is the
property of Chicago Mercantile Exchange Inc. and its licensors. All
rights reserved.
Charts: Daily future prices are displayed with price momentum and
volume. Price momentum equals rate of change of high, low and
close for last 14 days. Change of short-term price direction may be
indicated when %F (dark line) crosses %S (thin line).
BY REU TERS
Oil and metals rose Thursday after
news that U.S. lawmakers had
reached a pact on a $700 billion bill
to rescue the nations banking sec-
tor raised optimism in some key
commoditymarkets.
But gold a safe-haven that had
shot up lately as investors worried
about initial resistancetothe rescue
fell soon after reports surfaced
that Democrats and Republicans
had reached a fundamental agree-
mentonthebailout.
Everyoneis fixatedonU.S. mone-
tary policy at the moment, said
Ralph Preston, a commodity fu-
turesanalyst withHeritageWestFu-
tures.com.
U.S. stocks rallied, whilethedollar
hit session highs on the bailout
newsreducingtheallureof dollar-
denominatedcommoditiesfor hold-
ersof other currencies.
Commodities that joined gold on
the down side included corn, soy-
beans andcocoa.
U.S. crude on the NewYork Mer-
cantile Exchange closed up $2.29 at
$108.02abarrel.
We are going up because we are
rescue-happy today, said Phil
Flynn, an analyst at Chicagos
Alaron Trading. I think people are
just kind of getting giddy over the
bailout again.
Nymex crude had jumped to a
record high above $147 a barrel in
July on the back of a weak dollar,
supply shocks and burgeoning de-
mand from both a physical and in-
vestment perspective.
But concerns that a ballooning
credit crisis and weakening econo-
my in the U.S. would sharply slash
energy demand from the worlds
biggest oil consumer took a toll on
prices from early August. Nymex
crude touched just above $90 on
Sept. 16assomeof thelargest U.S. fi-
nancial institutions struggled to
stayafloat.
The bailout plan announced at the
weekendhas helpedprices recover.
Also supportive to the market has
been the slow recovery in oil and
gas production in the Gulf of Mexi-
coafter this months Hurricane Ike.
U.S. gasolineinventories areat their
lowest since 1967, government data
show.
U.S. copper futures settled cau-
tiously higher as investor appetite
for riskpickedupamidgrowing op-
timismabout thebailout.
Copper for December delivery on
the Comex metals division of
Nymex rose 2.80 cents to close at
$3.1345apound.
Copper, an industrial metal often
described as a barometer of the
economy, rallied to record highs in
July, reaching above $4 a pound on
Comexbeforeretreatingonasector-
widesell-off.
December goldfinished down$13
at $882 an ounce. Comex gold
touched an all-time peak above
$1,000inMarch.
Season Open
High Low Interest Open High Low Close Chg.
Spot Prices
Crude, Industrial Metals End Higher;
Gold Dips As Safe-Haven Allure Fades
Key Commodit y Fut ures
Season Open
High Low Interest Open High Low Close Chg.
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COUGHLIN STOIA GELLER
RUDMAN & ROBBINS LLP
KEITH F. PARK
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Counsel for Lead Pl ai nti ff
MORRISON & FOERSTER, LLP
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Counsel for Defendants
DATED: September 3, 2008
BY ORDER OF THE COURT
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INVESTOR' S BUSINESS DAILY FUTURES & BONDS FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 26, 2008 B11
BY REU TERS
Treasuries fell Thursday as traders
reversed a recent dash for safety on
rising hope that a sweeping govern-
ment bailout of banks would be ap-
provedbyCongress.
A fresh spate of gloomy economic
data, however, reinforced the view
that even a massive bank rescue
may not be enough to avert a reces-
sion. The data also fanned specula-
tion that the Federal Reserve will
cut interest rates by year-end, ana-
lysts said.
After two days of public hearings,
congressional leaders seemed to be
close to a final agreement on a bail-
out for the U.S. financial industry.
This led traders to unwind safe-
haven holdings in Treasuries and
liftedstockprices.
This has taken the pressure off
flight-to-quality bids, said John
Spinello, aTreasurystrategist at Jef-
feries &Co.
Major stock indexes were sharply
higher, with the Standard & Poors
500up2.4%.
The benchmark 10-year Treasury
note yielded 3.84%, up from 3.79%
lateWednesday.
The two-year note was 9/32 lower
for ayieldof 2.19%, upfrom1.97%.
The one-month T-bill rate
climbed to 0.41%in late trading, up
a huge 28 basis points from late
Wednesday. Investors were flock-
ing into T-bills and cash earlier this
week on anxiety about the strug-
gling financial sector and its toll on
credit markets andtheeconomy.
Whiletraders pinnedhopes onthe
bailout bolstering markets and the
economy, the latest government
data showed ongoing deterioration
invarious economicsectors.
Weekly jobless claims rose to the
highest level in seven years last
week, while durable goods orders
fell 4.5% in August, almost three
times forecasts. New-home sales
fell more steeply than expected in
August to the lowest annual rate
since1991.
This kept investors interested in
bondsdespitethesell-off.
There continues to be uncertain-
ty. That means flight-to-safety bids
for Treasuries will remain, said
Michael Pond, a Treasury strategist
at Barclays Capital.
Bonds briefly extended losses on
Thursday afternoon after an auc-
tion of five-year notes generated
lackluster demand.
For Thursday, September 25, 2008
Bonds Summary
Domestic All Issues
Thu Wed Thu Wed
Issues traded 3 3 3 3
Advances 1 0 1 0
Declines 2 2 2 2
Unchanged 0 1 0 1
Stocks Ex-Dividend for Sept. 29, 2008
Company Amount
Air Products & Chemicals . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 0.440
American River Bankshrs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 0.150
Ameristar Casinos Inc . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 0.105
Andersons Inc . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 0.085
Bank Of South Carol Corp . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 0.160
C V B Financial Corp . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 0.085
Cardinal Health Inc . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 0.140
Chesapeake Energy . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 0.075
Citizens & Northern Corp . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 0.240
Datascope Corp . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 0.100
Discover Financial Svcs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 0.060
First American Corp . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 0.220
First Business Finl Svcs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 0.070
Gibraltar Industries Inc . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 0.050
H C C Insurance Hldgs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 0.125
Harley Davidson Inc . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 0.330
Holdrs Tr-Market 2000 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 0.001
Holdrs Tr-Regional Bank . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 0.024
Liberty Property Trust . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 0.625
Medicis Pharmaceut Cl A . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 0.040
Nationwide Finl Service . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 0.290
Newbridge Bancorp . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 0.050
Officemax Inc . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 0.150
Pegasystems Inc . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 0.030
Preformed Line Products . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 0.200
Raymond James Financial . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 0.110
Realty Income Corp . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 0.141
Republic Services Inc . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 0.190
S & T Bancorp Inc . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 0.310
Sanders Morris Harris Gp . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 0.045
Sinclair Broadcast Group . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 0.200
State Street Corp . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 0.240
Temecula Valley Bancorp . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 0.040
Townebank . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 0.080
Tyco International Ltd . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 0.200
Valspar Corp . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 0.140
Wolverine World Wide Inc . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 0.110
Stock
First West Va Bancorp . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4%
Rescue Hopes Rein In Zeal For Treasuries,
With Investors Shifting Back Into Stocks
Record Payment
REGULAR: Period Amt. Date Date
Analogic Corp . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Q .10 10-6 10-20
ConAgra Foods . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Q .19 10-31 12-1
Fst Business Fncl Sv . . . . . . . . . . . . . Q .07 10-1 10-15
Glacier Bncp . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Q .13 10-7 10-16
Golden Enterp . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Q .0312 10-6 10-29
Nstar . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Q .35 10-10 11-1
QAD Inc . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Q .025 11-24 12-22
Raytheon Co . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Q .28 10-7 11-4
Rohm & Haas Co . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Q .41 10-31 12-1
Sanderson Farms . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Q .14 10-7 10-21
Sport Supply Grp . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Q .025 10-13 10-31
Tech/Ops Sevcon . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Q .03 10-8 10-23
Unitil Corp . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Q .345 10-17 10-31
Wayne Svgs Bncshs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Q .12 10-8 10-22
WGL Hldgs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Q .355 10-10 11-1
Woodward Govern . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Q .06 11-17 12-1
IRREGULAR:
ACE Ltd . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . X .27 9-30 10-14
X - Final amount will be based on value of 0.30 Swiss
Francs on the ex-div date.
STOCK:
Utd Security Bcshs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . X 1% 10-10 10-22
X - In lieu of regular cash dividend.
INCREASED: New
Accenture Ltd A . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . A .50 10-10 11-17
Campbell Soup Co . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Q .25 10-6 11-3
FrprtMcMoRan C&G . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Q .50 10-15 11-1
Hingham Instit . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Q .21 10-10 10-20
Lockheed Martin . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Q .57 12-1 12-26
McDonald's Corp . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Q .50 12-1 12-15
NatlSemiconductor . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Q .08 12-15 1-5
REDUCED:
A.H. Belo . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Q .125 10-17 11-10
Media General . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Q .12 11-28 12-15
SUSPENDED:
Fortress Inv A . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
G - payable in Canadian funds; Q - Quarterly;
A - Annually; S - Semiannually; M - Monthly;
U - Pay undetermined; I - Initial; Y - Year-end.
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Prime Rate: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5.00
Base interest rate charged by major U.S. commercial banks
on loans to corporations.
Discount Rate:
Primary . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2.25
Secondary . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2.75
Rate charged by Federal Reserve System on loans to depository
institutions
Broker Call Loan Rate: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3.75
Rate charged on short-term loans to brokerage dealers
backed by securities.
Federal Funds Target Rate: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2.00
Rates on overnight loans among financial institutions.
Certificates of Deposit:
1 months . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1.99
3 months . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2.68
6 months . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3.19
1 year . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3.68
Interest rate paid by dealers for certificates of deposit based
on the duration of the security.
Jumbo CDs:
1 month . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1.98
3 months . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2.82
6 months . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3.24
1 year . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3.76
London Interbank Offered Rate:
3 months . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3.48
6 months . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3.70
1 year . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3.76
The average of rates paid on dollar deposits.
Treasury Bill Auction Results:
3-months (as of Sep. 22) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1.420
6-months (as of Sep. 22) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1.790
Average discount rate for Treasury bills in minimum units on
$10,000.
Treasury Bill:
1-year, (as of Sep. 22) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1.69
Annualized rate on weekly average basis, yield adjusted for
constant maturity.
B12 FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 26, 2008 STOCK OPTIONS INVESTORS.COM
LEAPS
Exp. Strike Last
Date Price Vol Price
Exp. Strike Last
Date Price Vol Price
Exp. Strike Last
Date Price Vol Price
Exp. Strike Last
Date Price Vol Price
Exp. Strike Last
Date Price Vol Price
Exp. Strike Last
Date Price Vol Price
Exp. Strike Last
Date Price Vol Price
Exp. Strike Last
Date Price Vol Price
Exp. Strike Last
Date Price Vol Price
Exp. Strike Last
Date Price Vol Price
Exp. Strike Last
Date Price Vol Price
Exp. Strike Last
Date Price Vol Price
Exp. Strike Last
Date Price Vol Price
American 340,373 388,735
Boston N/A N/A
Chicago 2,632,006 2,101,968
ISEC 2,082,273 1,516,832
Philadelphia 1,208,010 680,442
Totals 6,262,662 153,596,161 4,687,977 134,821,307
AbitiBow 5.16
pJan10 250 2.5k 110
Alexion 42.92
cJan10 60 436 430
Allergan 57.38
cJan10 60 299 750
Altria o 20.48
cJan09 70 557 515
cJan09 80 372 121
Altria oo 20.48
pJan09 100 592 820
AmbacFn 3.12
cJan10 5 565 155
cJan10 750 605 120
AMD 5.23
cJan10 1250 625 065
cJan10 15 625 045
AmExp 37.83
cJan10 30 650 13
AmIntGp 3.02
pJan10 250 350 140
cJan10 250 891 2
cJan10 5 1.0k 155
pJan10 5 302 340
cJan10 750 1.4k 120
cJan10 10 846 1
cJan10 15 298 075
cJan10 20 621 048
cJan10 30 412 035
cJan10 40 299 020
Apple 131.93
pJan10 120 297 2055
cJan10 130 424 3250
ArchCoal 37.66
pJan10 35 330 845
ArchDan 23.61
cJan10 30 1.5k 255
pJan10 30 1.5k 860
AT&T 30.07
cJan10 30 750 380
pJan10 30 663 495
AthroGen 0.27
cJan09 250 429 005
BankAm 34.37
pJan10 15 327 154
cJan10 30 2.3k 10
cJan10 35 2.9k 740
pJan10 35 624 870
cJan10 3750 1.2k 620
cJan10 40 350 515
BarrickG 36.50
cJan10 50 524 540
BBarrett 36.20
pJan10 20 4.4k 155
BeazrHm 6.14
pJan10 10 460 560
BestBuy 38.72
pJan10 35 271 490
Blackstn 16.60
cJan10 10 1.2k 840
Cameco 25.30
pJan10 20 1.4k 330
Caterpillr 61.96
cJan10 45 729 1950
pJan10 65 483 1080
ChinaPet 87.23
pJan10 95 650 2280
cJan10 95 650 1540
Cisco 23.48
cJan10 20 324 625
cJan10 30 294 188
Citigrp 19.41
pJan10 750 906 065
pJan10 10 423 130
pJan10 15 12k 276
cJan10 20 968 435
cJan10 2250 322 350
cJan10 25 12k 255
cJan10 30 671 142
cJan10 35 631 083
cJan10 40 628 042
CocaCola 51.46
pJan10 45 1.6k 330
Comcast 19.90
pJan10 20 300 345
cJan10 20 300 340
Comcast o 41.76
pJan09 20 280 180
ConocPhil 76.85
pJan10 65 430 625
Corning 16.69
cJan10 20 266 215
CpstnTrb 1.31
cJan10 250 256 040
Danaher 70.91
pJan10 70 300 860
Dell Inc 16.93
cJan10 2250 517 160
pJan10 2250 305 645
cJan10 25 846 1
DevonEn 102.64
pJan10 120 1.6k 2980
cJan10 140 32k 9
Disney 32.47
cJan10 3250 253 420
DSW 14.85
cJan10 1250 850 460
Dynegy 4.08
pJan10 250 400 035
Eaton 59.49
pJan10 50 2.3k 530
pJan10 60 1.1k 1030
eBay 22.36
cJan10 2250 10k 435
Elan 11.15
cJan10 10 1.5k 480
cJan10 20 1.9k 190
cJan10 25 1.0k 130
cJan10 35 1.9k 065
EMC 13.04
cJan10 20 10k 076
FanniMae 1.94
cJan10 250 3.0k 125
pJan10 250 671 180
cJan10 5 3.6k 075
cJan10 750 1.1k 065
cJan10 10 1.2k 060
cJan10 1250 256 035
FordMot 4.98
cJan10 5 624 184
cJan10 750 398 110
FredMac 1.86
cJan10 250 4.0k 125
pJan10 250 511 180
cJan10 5 1.5k 085
cJan10 750 831 050
cJan10 10 1.1k 045
cJan10 1250 730 030
cJan10 20 936 010
cJan10 30 356 005
GenElec 25.68
cJan10 20 343 750
pJan10 20 279 234
cJan10 25 1.0k 460
pJan10 25 4.3k 390
pJan10 30 561 650
cJan10 30 1.4k 235
cJan10 35 5.8k 1
pJan10 40 484 1440
cJan10 40 15k 048
GenMotrs 10.03
pJan10 750 301 330
pJan10 10 847 450
cJan10 25 502 098
Genzyme 80.44
cJan10 90 1.0k 8
GoldmanS 135.50
cJan10 210 260 510
HeclaM 5.54
pJan10 5 251 170
HomeDp 25.80
pJan10 20 631 247
IBM 120.11
pJan10 100 265 670
Idearc 1.24
cJan10 250 311 045
Intel 18.57
pJan10 1750 540 250
cJan10 1750 446 375
cJan11 20 393 375
IntGame 16.73
cJan10 20 400 284
iShBrz o 61.94
cJan09 100 1.8k 035
iShJapan 11.16
pJan10 12 2.0k 170
cJan10 13 2.0k 070
iShREst 61.56
pJan10 59 900 980
cJan10 59 610 940
Keycorp 14.00
pJan10 10 800 260
cJan10 1250 800 390
KraftFds 33.01
cJan10 40 308 160
Level3 2.93
cJan10 5 3.4k 060
cJan10 750 5.9k 035
MarIntl 25.44
pJan10 30 500 750
MBIA 13.43
pJan10 250 301 070
McDnlds 62.27
cJan10 60 271 970
MedisTech 3.37
cJan10 5 609 075
MicronTc 4.67
cJan10 5 3.5k 143
Microsft 26.61
pJan10 1750 484 099
pJan11 20 770 217
pJan10 20 1.7k 147
cJan10 2750 272 369
cJan10 30 469 275
cJan10 35 252 117
MktVGold 36.40
pJan10 35 1.0k 760
cJan10 45 521 670
pJan10 45 622 1421
Morgan 43.46
cJan10 60 292 303
MorgStan 27.10
pJan10 25 825 750
pJan10 35 257 1250
Motorola 7.87
cJan10 10 327 115
NatCity 4.99
cJan10 750 381 070
cJan10 20 1.1k 015
NewmntM 41.56
pJan10 30 3.0k 250
NikeB 65.01
cJan10 70 325 760
NRG Egy 27.93
pJan10 30 290 720
Pfizer 18.64
pJan10 1250 2.0k 065
cJan10 15 388 428
pJan10 15 1.5k 138
cJan10 1750 560 271
pJan10 1750 2.0k 230
pJan10 20 3.4k 365
cJan10 20 1.7k 172
ProctGam 68.51
cJan10 70 325 790
pJan10 70 335 770
PwNasd100 41.50
cJan10 38 310 807
pJan10 39 405 390
cJan10 39 289 753
cJan10 40 1.8k 704
pJan10 40 1.0k 435
cJan10 42 424 570
pJan10 50 462 950
pJan10 52 255 1097
Qualcom 46.54
cJan10 45 1.1k 915
pJan10 45 1.1k 659
pJan10 50 285 929
cJan10 60 376 355
QwestCm 3.61
cJan10 5 1.0k 045
RetailHT 90.90
pJan10 65 885 255
pJan10 70 909 371
pJan10 90 1.7k 1150
Schlmb 88.02
pJan10 60 290 470
SemiHTr 25.40
pJan10 3250 300 781
Sequenom 26.98
cJan10 40 3.2k 7
SiriusXM 0.87
cJan10 250 853 020
SmithfFd 17.64
pJan10 15 741 320
cJan10 25 310 2
SP Fncl 20.82
pJan10 19 402 310
cJan10 20 388 4
cJan10 22 349 3
cJan10 25 2.2k 193
SPDR 120.79
pDec10 75 500 315
pDec10 80 262 399
pDec10 85 510 489
cDec09 110 381 2045
cDec10 205 564 048
SPDR q 120.79
cDec09 129 250 1025
SpdrGld 86.45
cJan10 100 332 1020
SunMicro 7.96
cJan10 10 300 137
Tesoro 19.87
cJan10 25 2.7k 350
Thornbg 0.38
cJan10 250 730 010
TimeWarn 14.24
cJan10 15 760 215
pJan10 15 752 260
UBS AG 20.14
cJan09 30 374 240
UnionPac 72.34
cJan10 80 516 967
cJan10 95 317 580
cJan10 105 408 360
cJan10 125 323 130
ValeroEn 35.71
pJan10 30 476 434
Verizn oo 32.05
pJan09 35 260 445
Verizon 32.05
pJan10 30 369 4
cJan10 35 1.0k 285
WA Mutl 1.69
pJan10 250 2.8k 190
cJan10 250 1.6k 1
cJan10 5 3.9k 070
cJan10 750 958 065
cJan10 10 455 040
cJan10 15 320 030
cJan10 20 440 020
Wachovia 13.70
pJan10 10 302 310
WalMart 60.12
cJan10 60 372 850
pJan10 60 390 765
WaltrInd o 57.00
pJan09 10 728 005
WellsFrgo 34.12
pJan10 30 3.0k 550
cJan10 40 3.0k 530
Wrigley 79.58
pJan10 75 3.4k 005
Option Totals
Total Call Total Put
Call Open Put Open
Exchange Volume Interest Volume Interest
Bank Idx Close 72.00 Dec
p52 60 055 150 190 .... ....
c72 371 6 .... .... .... ....
c75 .... .... .... .... 450 7
60
Bnk Idx q Close 72.00 Dec
p60 .... .... .... .... 150 460
DJ Inds Close 110.22 Dec
p95 165 025 3 133 .... ....
p104 424 133 .... .... .... ....
p106 2.0k 186 4 3 .... ....
p108 112 263 41 475 230 460
c109 160 450 65 6 .... ....
p109 3.0k 288 .... .... 1 525
c110 736 339 129 530 3 610
p110 577 341 106 440 25 505
c111 258 280 .... .... .... ....
p111 203 375 .... .... 30 590
c112 906 252 1 411 1 480
c113 338 195 1 355 .... ....
p113 4 470 171 585 2 733
c114 373 162 100 322 1 385
c115 290 155 .... .... 7 350
p115 14 580 .... .... 174 815
p116 207 635 135 766 169 875
c117 3.1k 087 495 204 95 282
p117 149 7 165 870 10 9
p118 10 860 150 940 .... ....
c118 35 075 165 177 .... ....
p120 2.0k 990 .... .... .... ....
c120 5.0k 040 2.0k 110 15 183
c122 869 019 25 070 .... ....
c127 234 004 .... .... .... ....
p168 .... .... 70 5785 1505765
p169 .... .... 45 5885 1605865
p170 .... .... 110 5895 6255870
GS Idx Close 141.47 Dec
p140 303 650 .... .... 341250
Nasd100 Close 1687.55 Dec
p1050 290 030 .... .... .... ....
p1350 46 190 300 890 251430
p1375 207 246 81019 .... ....
p1400 429 280 31367 3 19
p1425 276 430 11457 .... ....
p1450 331 544 121727 .... ....
p1475 320 709 222090 .... ....
p1500 1.1k 880 462490 53530
p1525 270 1115 .... .... .... ....
p1550 450 1520 203490 .... ....
p1575 551 20 104028 .... ....
p1600 843 2460 .... .... .... ....
p1625 340 3115 305760 296474
p1650 580 3860 .... .... 247791
c1675 256 6150 179150 95 99
p1675 758 50 .... .... 91 90
c1700 696 49
80 .... .... 39771
c1700 .... .... .... .... 522231
p1700 .... .... .... .... 500200
p1700 514 6290 618307 6099750
c1725 236 3710 130 68 .... ....
c1750 527 2790 656020 .... ....
c1775 345 2040 254770 .... ....
c1800 425 15 334140 285010
c1825 1.1k 1020 523180 32 43
c1850 1.0k 8 542630 53550
c1875 370 440 1 18 .... ....
c1900 429 370 421470 .... ....
c1925 1.0k 215 21010 241770
c1950 230 160 3 853 741380
c1975 92 098 242 550 401168
c2000 107 055 8 401 250 8
c2025 6 047 63 290 151 550
c2050 3 020 2 211 166 4
OilSvc Close 262.50 Dec
c270 201 820 401420 .... ....
Rus1000 Close 658.65 Dec
p510 .... .... 342 2 .... ....
p530 .... .... 342 285 .... ....
c680 604 1260 .... .... .... ....
c760 .... .... 684 145 .... ....
c780 .... .... 684 062 .... ....
Rus2000 Close 705.73 Dec
p550 292 060 195 340 80 570
p560 253 080 593 410 .... ....
p570 344 098 742 482 .... ....
p580 653 121 396 590 2 970
p590 522 163 418 690 .... ....
p600 1.2k 211 328 803 61260
p610 4.1k 271 185 987 .... ....
p620 1.9k 350 1721099 161660
p630 3.6k 458 3091293 41848
p640 1.9k 583 7881560 242270
p650 2.0k 740 2531726 12295
p660 784 938 214 20 32597
p670 938 1180 40 23 32902
c670 162 4770 375820 .... ....
c680 74 3990 755170 2225930
p680 1.7k 15 72650 133530
p690 996 1790 463060 13962
c690 263 34 1744540 .... ....
p700 2.6k 2134 2923318 1.5k4050
c700 1.2k 2820 2233950 1.4k 48
c710 899 2320 2303398 1394280
p710 276 2640 7533883 193 45
p720 166 3053 584310 325222
c720 1.3k 1870 2073038 583670
p730 480 3810 3314930 25814
c730 863 1410 3232590 603010
c740 859 1080 1642010 792690
p740 155 4440 1355450 516660
c750 878 8 6861650 .... ....
c760 960 575 1261409 13 20
c770 1.2k 405 2751090 581760
c780 1.3k 255 797 888 631360
p780 202 72 20 84 119040
c790 2.2k 155 276 687 83 11
c800 2.4k 110 421 5 123 880
c810 1.8k 080 742 379 2 710
c820 1.7k 045 533 260 10 560
c830 595 025 412 194 .... ....
c840 840 026 188 135 2 370
c850 531 015 111 091 27 251
c860 47 015 155 060 24 191
SemiconIdx Close 319.89 Dec
p280 5 130 150 480 .... ....
p340 235 25 .... .... .... ....
SP100 Close 560.90 Dec
p415 186 020 10 1 .... ....
p420 254 015 .... .... .... ....
p430 19 023 277 2 .... ....
p440 834 035 20 219 .... ....
p450 151 038 24 250 .... ....
p460 360 060 272 350 21 5
p480 283 150 41 470 .... ....
p485 1.1k 185 .... .... .... ....
p500 668 270 37 760 .... ....
p510 689 390 .... .... .... ....
p515 164 5 .... .... .... ....
p520 359 590 211220 .... ....
p530 879 740 .... .... .... ....
p535 821 9 .... .... .... ....
p540 974 990 101660 .... ....
p545 397 1220 .... .... .... ....
p550 575 1390 1 22 2 25
c550 827 2370 83150 203350
c555 169 2250 .... .... .... ....
p555 155 16 52190 .... ....
p560 250 1710 1462570 .... ....
c560 342 1850 136 26 16490
c565 196 15 4 26 .... ....
c570 1.1k 14 53 20 1282550
c575 236 1160 702150 .... ....
c580 677 980 51620 .... ....
c585 212 730 121580 .... ....
c590 493 620 131340 51390
c600 2.2k 370 77 920 .... ....
c605 673 280 .... .... .... ....
c610 474 230 11 680 .... ....
c615 548 150 24 610 .... ....
c620 1.6k 115 27 440 .... ....
c625 526 096 .... .... .... ....
c630 369 075 1 236 .... ....
c635 177 048 1 265 .... ....
c640 250 030 2 163 .... ....
c645 320 025 .... .... .... ....
c650 701 020 1 113 .... ....
SP100 Eur Close 560.90 Dec
p435 .... .... 150 190 .... ....
p450 .... .... 150 270 .... ....
p500 429 250 .... .... .... ....
p550 223 1330 .... .... .... ....
c550 56 2540 2002605 .... ....
p555 500 17 4012190 .... ....
c555 562 2060 401 27 .... ....
p560 1.4k 1750 700 23 .... ....
c560 2.3k 19 2002710 14 32
c565 284 18 .... .... .... ....
p565 260 17 .... .... .... ....
c610 174 265 .... .... .... ....
c625 154 115 .... .... .... ....
c630 40 075 150 255 .... ....
c645 .... .... 150 130 .... ....
SPX500 Close 1209.17 Dec
p600 30 005 .... .... 326 020
p700 350 010 4 025 .... ....
p800 70 015 .... .... 810 180
p875 758 050 .... .... .... ....
p900 4.2k 070 5 230 1.2k 4
p950 292 095 12k 431 1.2k 8
p975 302 130 6.7k 563 5 930
p1000 22k 2 706 750 1.0k1040
p1010 5.0k 218 1 8 .... ....
p1020 315 230 .... .... .... ....
p1025 4.2k 260 5.8k1030 305 14
p1040 187 325 .... .... .... ....
p1050 14k 384 6.6k 13 4981850
c1075 .... .... 300 15530 ....
....
p1075 2.6k 583 12 17 1.5k2230
p1090 206 8 1 18 .... ....
p1100 13k 850 14k 20 5.5k2580
p1110 495 1034 432242 .... ....
p1125 6.3k 1290 305 26 305 34
c1125 .... .... 300115
2 112
p1130 594 13
50 12750 10 42
p1135 1.0k 16 .... .... .... ....
p1140 266 1319 13150 43670
p1150 16k 17 10k 34 1.3k4050
c1150 1.4k 79 309180 2101
60
p1160 1.3k 1930 .... .... 2504480
p1170 654 2010 123890 .... ....
c1175 6.1k 6720 27940 1989065
p1175 9.7k 2590 15k 39 2.2k4725
p1180 1.8k 2670 .... .... 4 48
p1185 36 2960 .... .... 350 53
c1185 11 60 26530 390 80
p1190 6.0k 31 124410 1.3k 55
c1190 89 53 217350 1.2k 80
p1195 49 28 .... .... 635 67
c1195 10 51 468
40 635 67
c1200 31k 44 7.4k6020 22k 71
p1200 27k 34 9.2k 49 26k5930
c1205 86 42 20 58 1.6k 66
p1205 377 34 35770 1.8k 64
p1210 428 37 15263 10k 64
c1210 702 38 18 56 10k 63
c1215 83 3820 8205450 13k 64
p1215 39 3870 .... .... 13k 65
c1220 266 3420 50 55 11k 66
p1220 5.6k 4180 3005860 10k 63
p1225 3.4k 43
55 1.3k 58 1.0k 65
c1225 7.5k 3240 6585030 485 63
c1230 1.1k 3270 114950 2 60
c1240 1.0k 2440 8 44 24850
c1245 1.0k 26 2 41 .... ....
p1250 3.1k 57 1677090 550 77
c1250 32k 21 1.8k 35 3.5k 46
c1255 5.0k 20 .... .... .... ....
c1260 1.5k 16 .... .... .... ....
p1260 1.7k 60 .... .... 892
70
c1265 695 16 .... .... .... ....
c1270 2.9k 13 1.5k2790 .... ....
p1270 460 71 .... .... .... ....
p1275 281 7540 559 84 165100
c1275 4.2k 13 3.2k2650 5.3k 35
c1280 1.4k 1120 72460 .... ....
c1285 188 10 3002250 .... ....
c1290 1.0k 850 12370 .... ....
c1295 431 820 .... .... .... ....
c1300 22k 720 1.0k1750 1.9k 25
c1305 194 730 1651540 .... ....
c1310 176 573 1 17 .... ....
p1315 .... .... .... .... 167128
c1320 412 5 21418 29 21
c1325 21k 330 5.5k1130 5.7k 21
p1325 30 10808 500 11850
2.4k 12940
c1330 555 305 138 12 .... ....
c1340 571 240 .... .... 7 15
c1345 315 210 .... .... .... ....
p1350 122 14070 1 139
5.4k 148
c1350 6.4k 175 4.6k 840 1.4k1390
c1360 3.5k 150 116 7 .... ....
c1375 289 075 6.4k 440 1.2k 940
p1375 2 16370 .... .... 1.7k
168
c1380 1.5k 055 6 461 .... ....
c1400 1.9k 055 209 340 175 610
c1450 2.1k 013 2 080 4.0k 2
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A M D Close 5.23 Jan
c5 2.8k 067 223 085 34 114
c6 13k 030 397 047 50 077
Accentre Close 37.17 Feb
c35 2.4k 295 676 340 95 450
p35 2.4k 080 215 147 no tr
Adtran Close 20.41 Feb
p2250 1.9k 255 289 290 no tr
c2250 2.0k 035 20 085 31 170
AllegTch Close 34.24 Jan
c45 4.5k 035 76 110 22 190
Allergan Close 57.38 Jan
c60 1.9k 120 174 263 no tr
AllnceRes Close 33.37 Dec
c35 4 150 1.8k 2 6 235
Allstate Close 45.38 Jan
p4750 200 230 2.0k 350 45 450
Altria Close 20.48 Dec
c21 3.9k 037 575 076 301 111
Amazon Close 72.08 Jan
p70 12k 355 434 630 1.4k 785
c75 1.9k 3 94 580 74 795
c85 3.0k 062 201 297 3 440
AmbacFin Close 3.12 Feb
p5 114 230 124 260 2.7k 3
c5 6.3k 040 1.1k 060 21 125
c750 2.5k 015 1.7k 030 10 080
AmerCap Close 27.02 Feb
c30 330 035 3.2k 075 21 080
p30 74 580 7.1k 8 109 970
Amerigrp Close 22.58 Dec
c2250 2.0k 140 no tr no tr
c25 2.0k 034 no tr 1 177
Amgen Close 59.93 Jan
p50 2.7k 026 57 084 no tr
p55 10k 073 211 168 740 318
c55 10k 575 25 645 21 810
AmIntGp Close 3.02 Feb
p250 27k 047 3.3k 066 105 090
c250 7.2k 097 862 120 615 161
c3 4.1k 074 527 1 56 130
p3 6.1k 047 354 103 11 135
p4 13k 160 2.5k 178 63 206
c4 20k 050 8.9k 075 270 122
p5 9.7k 233 910 242 160 290
c5 33k 032 6.2k 057 426 1
c6 9.3k 020 908 040 143 091
c750 6.8k 015 1.1k 035 31 062
c7 2.3k 015 276 038 13 075
c8 2.5k 010 97 030 no tr
c9 3.4k 011 1.6k 025 20 081
c10 3.6k 008 1.6k 021 351 045
c11 4.4k 006 55 027 10 055
Amylin Close 21.32 Jan
p15 4.1k 060 no tr no tr
p25 4.0k 4 10 490 11 570
AnnalyCap Close 15.07 Jan
c15 4.9k 095 19 120 8 165
Apple Close 131.93 Jan
p100 2.8k 056 252 218 89 385
p110 2.8k 140 152 370 28 595
p115 6.5k 216 1.3k 535 665 775
c120 2.5k1525 4901880 2402186
p120 38k 325 1.2k 705 97 950
c125 3.0k1150 1.0k1570 1341955
p125 8.0k 475 438 875 3271150
Apple fr Close 131.93 Jan
c130 8.9k 875 1.7k1315 no tr
p130 8.5k 665 no tr no tr
c135 11k 630 2.6k1080 3341395
p135 6.9k 920 5891335 no tr
p140 2.2k1235 4421625 no tr
c140 16k 430 735 870 no tr
c145 5.0k 2
77 816 665 3431025
c150 5.3k 169 823 540 661 860
c155 5.3k 101 402 405 192 685
c160 3.5k 060 749 325 2.0k 590
c165 2.3k 035 210 225 no tr
c170 5.6k 024 287 163 1.5k 390
ArcelorMit Close 59.75 Dec
p60 1.9k 450 263 6 10 730
ArchCoal Close 37.66 Jan
c40 2.2k 225 52 405 159 520
AT&T Inc Close 30.07 Jan
p30 2.5k 115 254 170 2.6k 240
c30 3.8k 087 33 149 547 196
c31 7.1k 048 160 102 171 155
c3250 3.1k 020 no tr 393 096
AtherosCm Close 23.01 Dec
c2250 115 170 3.0k 255 no tr
c25 1.3k 065 2.2k 120 28 175
BarickG Close 36.50 Jan
p3250 3.0k 090 306 180 118 261
p35 3.4k 175 78 275 232 370
c3750 2.8k 2 767 329 1.8k 420
p3750 2.2k 310 65 4 98 510
c45 2.5k 045 191 135 1.5k 210
c55 190 005 no tr 3.0k 090
BcoBrad Close 16.66 Dec
c2250 no tr no tr 2.0k 025
BeazerHm Close 6.14 Feb
c15 1.9k 005 no tr no tr
p15 1.9k 895 no tr no tr
BedBath Close 32.19 Feb
p2750 6.8k 025 206 058 4 140
p30 6.8k 060 877 115 no tr
BestBuy Close 38.72 Dec
p3250 940 035 no tr 2.0k 110
c4250 187 035 139 120 2.3k 180
c45 3.7k 010 8 070 162 110
BiogenIdc Close 48.83 Jan
c60 2.9k 040 240 105 57 180
Bk of Am Close 34.37 Feb
p2250 3.2k 025 196 079 23 196
p2750 2.7k 064 4.2k 155 145 262
p30 4.3k 105 974 215 245 355
c30 4.4k 540 261 665 20 783
p3250 3.9k 170 2.1k 293 18 465
c3250 2.9k 360 747 489 76 625
p35 6.2k 270 1.9k 390 56 570
c35 22k 214 2.7k 340 282 475
c3750 6.4k 108 2.4k 220 442 380
c40 3.9k 045 3.9k 131 134 270
c4250 2.0k 014 370 075 213 220
BlackstGp Close 16.60 Dec
c1750 2.3k 065 20 125 81 140
Brinker Close 17.86 Jan
c2250 no tr no tr 2.8k 085
Broadcm Close 19.47 Feb
c19 3.2k 130 3.5k 210 no tr
p20 276 135 1.9k 210 no tr
c20 4.4k 085 7.4k 165 10 265
c21 4.9k 050 1.0k 115 no tr
c2250 no tr 3.5k 080 30 165
c27 2.5k 005 no tr no tr
Brocade Close 5.78 Jan
c7 2.0k 005 350 014 no tr
BurlNo Close 97.67 Jan
c110 2.4k 055 236 250 1.5k 4
CapOne Close 49.80 Dec
p40 5.7k 105 278 260 222 330
p45 2.3k 195 95 370 267 430
c50 3.1k 460 337 629 408 640
p50 3.1k 350 378 540 248 640
Caterp Close 61.96 Feb
p55 4.2k 079 85 229 49 330
c6250 3.9k 250 208 480 no tr
p6250 7.2k 315 313 520 no tr
Celestica Close 7.02 Dec
p750 3.5k 070 1.0k 090 no tr
Cemex o Close 18.39 Jan
p20 631 190 6.0k 245 no tr
c20 2.2k 035 573 090 3 125
Cephln Close 78.00 Feb
c80 1.4k 150 2.1k 330 no tr
ChesEng Close 40.43 Jan
c40 1.8k 261 61 420 173 560
c45 3.1k 085 246 225 78 360
ChinaLfe Close 58.12 Jan
c80 no tr no tr 2.0k 1
ChinaSun Close 8.81 Dec
c10 30 035 14 075 2.0k 085
CIGNA Close 35.31 Jan
c40 202 050 3.6k 135 58 2
Cisco Close 23.48 Jan
c27 2.1k 005 2.9k 044 no tr
c30 2 001 608 006 16k 022
Cisco fr Close 23.48 Jan
c23 2.5k 119 no tr no tr
c24 3.7k 063 2.1k 152 no tr
c25 4.5k 032 3.1k 092 no tr
c26 2.0k 013 2.2k 061 77 105
CIT Grp Close 9.30 Jan
p10 3.6k 150 15 250 70 310
c10 2.0k 085 113 150 170 220
Citigrp Close 19.41 Dec
p10 262 015 356 030 8.2k 036
p1250 941 025 86 043 33k 062
c2750 2.3k 010 302 022 150 040
Citigrp fr Close 19.41 Dec
p15 3.0k 046 1.7k 078 no tr
p1750 5.5k 095 no tr 30k 173
c1750 2.1k 285 no tr 1.4k 359
c20 11k 145 2.7k 179 1.4k 215
p20 6.7k 190 no tr 3.0k 284
c2250 14k 059 2.1k 096 2.2k 122
c25 11k 023 1.1k 042 5.9k 066
CmclMtl Close 19.80 Dec
c25 5.3k 025 no tr 11 095
Coach Close 25.36 Feb
c2750 2.7k 060 21 155 10 285
ConocPhil Close 76.85 Feb
p70 3.1k 096 81 228 6 4
ConsolEng Close 51.25 Jan
p95 2.0k4350 no tr no tr
ConstellEn Close 26.00 Jan
c25 101 195 2.9k 270 68 360
c30 5.1k 050 403 085 1.4k 180
Corning Close 16.69 Feb
p1750 11 120 1.9k 175 no tr
Costco Close 65.98 Jan
p6250 2.0k 125 100 215 56 340
p65 638 2 176 330 24k 407
CrownHld Close 23.61 Jan
c25 2.1k 071 310 130 1 165
CVRD Close 22.26 Dec
c20 3.8k 280 10 320 70 385
c22 2.0k 146 111 225 no tr
c2250 no tr no tr 3.8k 235
p2250 no tr no tr 3.6k 272
c23 3.6k 105 9 189 no tr
c24 1.0k 065 178 137 3.2k 175
c30 71 006 431 031 2.4k 046
c3250 no tr no tr 2.0k 033
CyprBio Close 6.70 Dec
c10 no tr no tr 3.1k 070
Dell Inc Close 16.93 Feb
c21 1.5k 004 2.8k 024 41 056
DishNtwk Close 24.06 Dec
c2750 no tr 3.0k 085 no tr
DJIA Dia q Close 110.27 Dec
p108 2.4k 255 476 425 178 475
p109 3.4k 283 no tr no tr
c110 4.9k 350 162 485 no tr
p110 4.6k 3
35 300 484 no tr
c111 2.7k 280 no tr no tr
c112 4.5k 243 169 405 270 510
c113 3.2k 207 211 365 no tr
c114 2.0k 163 no tr 24 410
c115 2.9k 135 no tr 44 325
c117 4.2k 086 76 187 135 276
DowneyFn Close 3.90 Feb
c250 502 120 3.6k 160 125 180
DryShips Close 43.48 Dec
c50 4.6k 155 478 350 56 410
eBay Close 22.36 Jan
p2250 2.0k 122 no tr 442 194
c2250 6.0k 111 no tr 5.1k 210
EKodak Close 15.25 Jan
p15 2.0k 075 89 130 no tr
EMC Close 13.04 Jan
c12 2.5k 123 3.0k 153 no tr
c1250 no tr no tr 21k 178
c13 5.8k 060 7.0k 101 no tr
c14 6.9k 024 4.9k 059 4.3k 103
c15 2.2k 009 524 032 2.0k 073
c1750 no tr no tr 4.7k 028
Expedia Close 16.17 Jan
c20 no tr no tr 5.7k 060
ExxonMob Close 80.67 Jan
p75 6.3k 076 426 204 96 284
p80 2.7k 210 694 375 106 490
c80 3.5k 270 1.4k 460 547 535
c85 4.4k 072 3.8k 195 813 305
c90 1.3k 011 1.1k 072 2.0k 160
c95 108 004 604 024 2.2k 085
F5 Netw Close 22.52 Jan
c25 364 050 2.2k 145 69 240
FannieM Close 1.94 Dec
p250 14k 110 no tr 1.9k 150
c250 48k 050 no tr 5.8k 090
c3 16k 040 no tr 3.4k 065
c4 9.9k 025 no tr 1.1k 050
c5 5.2k 015 no tr 2.0k 030
c6 2.3k 010 no tr 410 025
FEMSA Close 40.04 Jan
c45 2.8k 070 194 135 no tr
FHLB Close 1.86 Jan
p3 10k 140 no tr 4.0k 185
c3 39k 050 no tr 18k 080
c4 9.6k 025 no tr 5.5k 055
c5 5.3k 020 no tr 4.8k 040
c6 3.7k 008 no tr 2.1k 030
c9 125 005 no tr 7.2k 015
FM C&G Close 68.40 Feb
c70 2.4k 435 88 740 171030
c75 2.6k 265 263 545 52 830
c80 2.6k 150 564 4 23 665
FocusMda Close 31.14 Jan
c35 2.4k 095 17 280 81 391
c40 2.6k 020 54 110 37 245
FordM Close 4.98 Dec
c6 2.0k 010 224 028 601 042
FrontrOil Close 21.67 Jan
c20 1.9k 250 14 330 563 430
FTI Cnslt Close 68.48 Dec
c75 4.1k 075 no tr no tr
c80 3.8k 0
25 70 130 no tr
Gen El Close 25.68 Dec
p20 5.8k 021 2.4k 057 986 075
p21 7.0k 028 855 078 1.5k 091
p22 3.2k 035 4.3k 085 464 120
c34 no tr no tr 9.8k 008
GenElec fr Close 25.68 Dec
p23 9.8k 047 21k 115 3.2k 130
c24 4.9k 268 no tr no tr
p24 10k 070 7.8k 140 1.8k 149
p25 14k 087 2.8k 165 no tr
c25 15k 190 2.5k 258 2.6k 250
p26 7.7k 120 3.0k 214 no tr
c26 20k 120 2.8k 2 2.6k 213
c27 14k 078 1.9k 118 no tr
c28 8.7k 040 no tr 4.4k 107
p28 5.6k 230 54 3 56 325
c29 5.9k 016 2.1k 062 no tr
c30 5.0k 008 no tr no tr
Genentc Close 91.75 Dec
p70 no tr 3.1k 115 10 215
p75 no tr 5.1k 165 2.5k 270
c95 512 310 2.0k 490 22 610
c100 1.5k 140 3.1k 310 15 4
c105 122 050 2.0k 135 16 195
GenMotrs Close 10.03 Dec
c750 194 283 no tr 3.4k 350
c10 1.8k 123 1.1k 185 180 221
c12 2.6k 059 268 112 no tr
c15 14k 022 5.5k 063 396 070
GenworthF Close 10.58 Dec
p750 2.6k 050 no tr no tr
p10 217 140 592 165 5.2k 210
Gilead Close 47.05 Feb
p45 1.2k 125 3.5k 220 no tr
Goldcorp Close 34.52 Jan
p3250 2.1k 150 58 255 54 347
GoldmanS fr Close 135.50 Jan
p135 2.6k 790 3431190 5541430
c135 3.8k 854 1.1k1161 5521510
c140 4.7k 620 434 930 561 13
p140 2.3k1035 no tr 162 17
c145 2.5k 4 no tr no tr
c150 5.1k 275 no tr no tr
GoldmnS Close 135.50 Jan
p90 2.9k 087 518 240 103 440
p105 5.8k 160 103 410 1 897
p120 6.0k 340 524 680 649 980
p130 3.2k 585 219 934 7101275
c130 4.3k1155 1.0k 15 394 18
c160 no tr 238 2
95 2.7k 540
p175 no tr no tr 2.2k4315
Google fr Close 439.60 Dec
p440 1.9k2361 no tr no tr
Halbtn Close 34.68 Jan
p3250 2.3k 096 30 179 9 239
p35 495 217 1.3k 278 2.0k 345
c35 1.1k 167 2.6k 260 977 340
HarleyDav Close 39.56 Feb
p35 12 095 3.2k 170 no tr
p40 2.0k 250 25 350 no tr
Harris Close 47.88 Feb
c60 no tr 4.4k 045 no tr
HewlettPk Close 47.70 Feb
p4250 2.2k 025 96 075 104 165
c4750 1.6k 160 2.7k 250 278 390
c50 5.5k 045 3.0k 135 52 330
c5250 411 015 4.2k 075 21 215
HomeDp Close 25.80 Feb
p2250 3.0k 030 47 082 no tr
HomeDp fr Close 25.80 Feb
c30 2.8k 011 820 057 no tr
HovnanEnt Close 8.67 Feb
p750 2.1k 040 15 090 4 160
Huntsman Close 8.97 Feb
p750 5.4k 080 69 155 no tr
c10 4.3k 119 417 190 no tr
p10 2.2k 230 41 295 no tr
c15 1.1k 044 6.2k 090 30 128
c1750 7 025 2.2k 060 10 095
IBM fr Close 120.11 Jan
c120 2.4k 420 74 580 no tr
p120 1.8k 410 153 580 2.4k 710
c125 6.2k 190 389 380 no tr
Imclne Close 63.81 Feb
c70 3.5k 075 403 085 5 110
Intel Close 18.57 Jan
c15 141 370 no tr 3.8k 4
p22 7.7k 335 50 375 no tr
Intel fr Close 18.57 Jan
p17 2.4k 034 no tr no tr
p18 4.2k 063 no tr no tr
p19 2.7k 111 no tr no tr
c19 3.5k 069 no tr no tr
p20 8.2k 176 no tr 245 249
c20 3.8k 037 no tr 4.9k 106
c21 5.7k 018 no tr no tr
iSh EAFE Close 60.39 Dec
c64 6.9k 035 8 104 2 155
iSh20 TB Close 93.82 Dec
p86 no tr no tr 2.0k 080
iShBrazil Close 61.94 Dec
p55 1.3k 130 700 275 3.0k 310
c60 2.3k 497 36 690 13 7
c65 4.9k 245 96 440 258 510
c70 4.0k 105 864 270 2.1k 340
c75 170 050 484 145 2.4k 215
iShEMkt fr Close 37.05 Dec
p30 296 028 288 077 10k 108
c35 2.1k 325 no tr 10 405
p35 20k 124 no tr 5.0k 226
c40 3.4k 078 5.0k 174 1.6k 206
iShEmMkt Close 37.05 Dec
p32 2.1k 054 275 114 4 142
p37 15k 203 131 290 97 320
c37 68k 204 95 280 399 330
c38 217k 155 52 258 47
273
c39 1.9k 120 157 189 101 225
c41 254 053 187 136 8.4k 144
c42 3.2k 039 67 102 95 125
iShJapan Close 11.16 Dec
c11 119 050 5.0k 065 8 075
iShR2000 q Close 70.30 Dec
p57 10 011 5.1k 052 no tr
p60 346 025 10k 087 20 152
p63 14k 050 32k 137 200 193
p64 15k 066 10k 156 13 218
p65 3.7k 081 6.7k 187 no tr
p66 3.7k 103 1.7k 209 1.2k 283
c67 2.5k 465 132 580 10 655
p67 7.6k 133 974 239 no tr
p68 3.8k 160 no tr no tr
c68 3.3k 395 832 515 7 620
c69 6.0k 320 2.2k 475 no tr
p69 12k 2 942 306 301 410
p70 9.5k 240 11k 350 35 454
c70 3.1k 270 no tr no tr
p71 5.7k 285 1.0k 405 10 498
c71 2.4k 216 no tr 182 435
p72 6.0k 335 no tr 305 545
c72 7.1k 178 772 292 1 410
c73 3.4k 130 872 241 5 354
p74 2.1k 475 864 565 no tr
c74 2.7k 1 1.6k 203 no tr
c75 6.7k 075 no tr 150 256
p88 no tr 4.5k1715 no tr
iShR2K fr Close 70.30 Feb
c76 26k 055 no tr no tr
c77 3.4k 040 627 110 no tr
c78 3.9k 026 no tr no tr
c79 2.4k 022 28k 068 3 214
iShRs2000 Close 70.30 Feb
c81 300 009 5.6k 040 no tr
iShsChi25 Close 37.18 Feb
p30 147 035 42 085 5.0k 206
p34 1.9k 1 no tr no tr
c37 3.0k 228 15 344 2 460
p40 25 390 no tr 8.7k 640
c40 739 1 2.9k 215 6.1k 338
c41 44 090 80 170 2.5k 3
c45 1.1k 030 66 085 5.0k 190
iShTaiwan Close 11.60 Dec
c12 75 045 6.5k 070 no tr
JnprNtw Close 23.20 Jan
c23 1.8k 130 2.7k 190 no tr
p23 1.9k 115 2.6k 190 no tr
c24 2.8k 080 3.9k 155 no tr
p24 6.7k 175 no tr no tr
p25 3.7k 245 62 290 23 380
JohnJn Close 69.36 Jan
p65 161 030 161 070 7.7k 135
c75 617 005 2.2k 030 479 075
JosphBnk Close 33.85 Jan
c35 969 285 3 410 1.9k 530
JPMorg fr Close 43.46 Dec
c40 2.1k 495 619 630 396 675
p40 3.0k 180 no tr no tr
c4250 3.7k 345 290 450 no tr
p4250 4.0k 244 836 375 no tr
c45 9.2k 195 no tr no tr
p45 3.5k 345 387 450 191 550
c4750 3.5k 097 no tr 1.5k 255
c50 1.8k 045 no tr 2.5k 178
KB Home Close 21.16 Jan
p20 2.0k 160 7 237 251 330
Keycp Close 14.00 Dec
c1250 168 275 1.9k 260 62 280
KingPh Close 9.88 Jan
c1250 5.1k 015 423 035 no tr
KLA Tnc Close 32.14 Dec
p3250 2.0k 170 no tr no tr
p3750 2.1k 560 no tr 2 610
Lennar A Close 14.99 Feb
p15 3.4k 150 74 225 2 360
Level3 Close 2.93 Dec
p250 no tr 33 023 5.0k 030
Lilly Close 46.60 Jan
p45 2.4k 105 no tr no tr
c50 5.3k 050 3.0k 101 888 190
Linear Close 30.66 Feb
c30 3.8k 150 3.7k 220 no tr
LVSands Close 35.15 Dec
p30 2.9k 210 11 450 14 5
c45 3.0k 120 93 290 2.0k 370
c50 192 060 28 195 2.0k 260
MarInt Close 25.44 Jan
c2750 8.9k 065 44 120 51 180
Merck Close 32.37 Jan
c3250 3.1k 095 861 175 109 230
p3250 4.6k 110 485 185 1.1k 260
c35 1.7k 025 1.9k 080 4.2k 125
p35 2.0k 273 no tr 84 393
MerrillLyn Close 26.11 Jan
c2750 3.0k 139 no tr 156 340
p30 27 465 86 560 10k 630
c30 763 071 156 151 10k 234
MF Globl Close 4.94 Dec
c5 3.7k 060 183 110 10 110
MicronT Close 4.67 Jan
p5 243 063 2 076 22k 1
c5 2.2k 035 5.8k 055 64 080
c6 8.0k 010 761 027 44 045
c750 no tr no tr 5.0k 026
p750 no tr no tr 10k 3
Microsft Close 26.61 Jan
p20 334 004 no tr 3.9k 105
c2750 no tr no tr 2.6k 165
Microsft fr Close 26.61 Jan
p24 4.6k 022 no tr no tr
p25 2.9k 039 1.0k 094 4.1k 132
c25 2.8k 204 no tr no tr
p26 2.5k 064 no tr 270 165
c26 7.0k 127 759 209 no tr
c27 12k 072 1.4k 136 no tr
p27 2.0k 111 no tr no tr
c28 6.5k 038 2.7k 095 no tr
c29 6.4k 018 no tr no tr
c30 3.0k 008 1.8k 039 2.3k 070
p30 82 345 no tr 4.5k 390
MKS Inst Close 20.24 Jan
p20 2.0k 085 no tr no tr
MktVGold Close 36.40 Dec
p33 3.9k 085 5 170 no tr
c45 5.0k 025 11 085 75 140
Monsnto Close 109.24 Jan
p90 132 101 75 252 3.3k 470
p105 2.7k 457 14 750 46 960
c110 1.8k 563 140 879 401210
MorgStan Close 27.10 Jan
p750 2.4k 029 5 055 2.5k 090
p15 5.4k 105 843 180 2.3k 230
p1750 6.7k 145 289 240 1.5k 290
p20 11k 195 1.6k 3 1.7k 360
p2250 3.5k 260 no tr 1.4k 420
c25 2.2k 5 66 6 393 675
p25 3.0k 330 1.4k 460 2.0k 510
c28 2.0k 310 638 434 281 460
c30 8.5k 225 1.2k 340 381 390
p30 926 540 392 680 5.1k 740
c34 2.4k 1 no tr 241 275
c35 1.0k 075 1.9k 154 1.6k 204
Motorola Close 7.87 Jan
p750 no tr no tr 3.1k 067
p8 607 047 3.4k 075 no tr
p9 101 115 164 138 2.1k 157
c9 1.9k 010 339 029 508 046
NCity Close 4.99 Jan
p5 2.5k 080 326 133 no tr
c5 7.7k 030 93 075 267 080
NetApp Close 18.82 Dec
p1750 5 055 4.7k 1 185 130
NICOR Close 49.24 Jan
c35 2.2k1420 no tr no tr
c40 9.9k 920 no tr no tr
Nike Close 65.01 Jan
p65 2.1k 230 169 350 367 490
c65 7.7k 215 171 390 316 486
NokiaCp Close 20.24 Jan
c20 2.9k 115 3.0k 165 145 2
c21 23k 071 3.8k 1 1.6k 160
c22 1.4k 035 3.0k 070 7 115
c23 20k 020 4 050 no tr
Nordstrm Close 29.51 Jan
p2250 no tr 4.0k 060 no tr
p25 155 040 2.1k 110 20 190
p30 423 2 2.0k 308 29 390
NRG Engy Close 27.93 Dec
c30 47 1 2.5k 199 2.7k 224
Nvidia Close 11.47 Jan
c1250 1.3k 036 9.0k 070 88 110
NwmtMn Close 41.56 Dec
p40 3.1k 145 28 262 70 287
c45 2.1k 102 522 225 571 320
OilSvcHT Close 163.03 Jan
p130 13 047 54 183 4.5k 335
OnSemcnd Close 6.97 Jan
c750 3.9k 030 600 060 1 085
c10 1.9k 010 no tr 50 023
Oracle Close 20.47 Dec
p18 2.7k 010 no tr 400 055
c21 7.2k 050 270 095 1.1k 135
c22 3.4k 020 677 049 430 085
OwnIll Close 30.77 Feb
p25 1.4k 035 15k 110 40 195
c30 720 250 6.4k 370 1 370
ParPharm Close 13.15 Feb
p1250 no tr 2.0k 085 5 170
Penney Close 35.90 Feb
p2750 16 020 4.0k 085 no tr
p30 730 050 2.5k 145 no tr
p35 172 195 2.0k 330 no tr
PepsiCo Close 71.30 Jan
p70 494 125 2 270 4.1k 320
c70 160 240 77 360 4.0k 490
Petrobrs Close 48.32 Jan
p35 2.2k 020 931 080 2 120
p45 1.8k 180 575 320 143 436
c45 714 540 903 630 12k 750
c50 4.1k 230 780 4 238 490
c55 927 095 1.1k 220 3.9k 340
c5750 3.4k 045 no tr 64 270
Pfizer Close 18.64 Dec
p1750 7.4k 029 318 063 722 080
c20 15k 017 4.2k 037 1.2k 050
PhilMorr Close 51.61 Dec
c55 2.4k 030 1.5k 105 1.1k 150
PilgrimsPr Close 3.84 Dec
c750 2.9k 015 604 045 5 055
PMC Srra Close 7.61 Feb
c750 5.5k 045 8.8k 075 1 130
Potash Close 158.04 Dec
p140 2.3k 430 161058 701190
p145 2.3k 590 45 12 521360
p150 3.0k 770 231370 22 16
p155 2.0k 990 671670 1281880
p160 2.0k1250 1381860 372105
c160 3.1k1070 781740 972050
c170 2.5k 680 411340 81655
c180 2.5k 410 901020 691270
ProctGam Close 68.51 Jan
p70 219 265 1.5k 350 4.1k 432
c70 725 105 1.2k 2 2.3k 283
ProUltFin Close 19.42 Dec
c15 3.0k 490 1 590 7 610
p17 864 125 43 205 2.1k 230
c20 4.2k 2 189 310 612 330
c24 4.3k 080 6 170 34 2
PrS UlShRE Close 79.25 Jan
c95 7.9k 260 4 570 24 970
PSh QQQ fr Close 41.50 Dec
c47 7.1k 007 2.6k 029 34 061
p48 1.9k 621 12 620 12 677
c48 8.5k 005 3.5k 017 26 045
c51 5.9k 001 no tr 954 010
PwNasd100 Close 41.50 Dec
p30 5.1k 001 55 008 no tr
p32 4.2k 004 132 015 2.0k 025
p34 2.1k 007 1.0k 027 31 043
PwNasd100 q Close 41.50 Dec
p35 4.4k 012 2.1k 040 no tr
p36 15k 022 701 050 2.6k 070
p37 10k 033 2.5k 067 no tr
c37 4.9k 459 9 565 207 550
p38 15k 045 1.4k 092 21 118
c39 5.5k 287 933 342 99 413
p39 63k 067 747 123 5 146
c40 15k 211 739 275 78 346
p40 92k 096 2.3k 156 no tr
c41 33k 151 2.1k 219 25 290
p41 87k 138 6.3k 197 no tr
c42 48k 1 3.4k 172 63 241
p42 49k 188 2.4k 234 7 272
c43 47k 062 1.9k 125 212 205
p43 17k 246 503 277 394 310
p44 14k 320 no tr 10 373
c44 24k 038 5.7k 091 246 153
p45 4.7k 404 no tr 129 450
c45 15k 018 1.6k 060 127 116
c46 25k 014 6.1k 044 37 080
c49 4.7k 003 no tr 1 024
c50 8.8k 001 no tr no tr
Qualcom Close 46.54 Jan
p45 2.6k 126 999 253 185 325
c4750 2.5k 136 424 272 157 365
c50 5.5k 057 6.2k 172 471 275
c5250 1.9k 019 585 115 50 186
p55 2.7k 830 28 890 15 9
RetailHT Close 90.90 Jan
p90 2.9k 275 37 440 138 6
RschMotn Close 97.53 Dec
p60 2.8k 018 481 065 497 136
p65 2.3k 034 625 108 142 203
p70 2.4k 067 341 165 221 268
p75 2.6k 113 442 257 195 395
p80 6.4k 215 341 383 249 540
p85 6.1k 330 848 525 209 690
p90 5.2k 510 306 7 358 890
p95 11k 7 535 915 991115
c95 4.7k 990 468 12 971390
c100 15k 730 1.3k 950 1.7k1180
p100 6.6k 940 6541175 7401355
c105 7.8k 510 841 745 136 945
p105 2.1k1223 781447 9391625
c110 10k 330 553 555 1.3k 770
c115 11k 212 519 405 625 620
c120 6.8k 120 218 278 1.5k 495
c125 4.0k 079 584 210 3.4k 380
c130 3.9k 040 302 152 721 305
c135 3.1k 026 331 104 670 229
c140 2.4k 020 141 070 155 167
RylCar Close 22.64 Dec
p25 5.2k 275 no tr no tr
Salesforce Close 52.04 Feb
c60 2.7k 095 257 275 no tr
c65 1.9k 045 105 155 no tr
SanDisk Close 21.62 Jan
c1750 314 480 no tr 4.6k 620
c20 3.0k 310 no tr 7.8k 470
c25 2.5k 110 707 152 7.6k 190
c30 2.1k 020 12 040 288 052
Schering Close 18.49 Feb
c20 1.0k 020 5.4k 060 19 144
c2750 no tr 5.0k 005 no tr
SeagateTc Close 00.00 Dec
c1250 200 080 2.2k 110 1.8k 125
SearsHldg Close 93.43 Dec
p90 1.9k 541 471040 111330
SemicHlTr Close 25.40 Feb
c25 2.8k 119 630 160 no tr
p26 9.5k 145 10 171 50 231
c26 11k 074 148 124 50 178
c27 2.4k 044 21 076 no tr
Smucker Close 55.79 Jan
c45 13k1080 1 950 4.5k1040
c50 41k 580 no tr 4.5k 540
SP Bas Close 36.08 Dec
p36 11 150 2.0k 195 248 245
SP Engy fr Close 69.55 Dec
c70 4.0k 249 1 430 no tr
c71 872 205 no tr 8.2k 450
p71 41 365 no tr 8.1k 630
SP Engy q Close 69.55 Dec
p68 2.1k 216 5.0k 330 no tr
SP Fnc fr Close 20.82 Dec
p17 68k 033 401 074 no tr
SP Fncl Close 20.82 Dec
p12 25 003 3.8k 014 13 017
p15 2.7k 014 418 040 no tr
p18 4.1k 054 37 097 827 113
p19 65k 072 68 124 70 150
c19 17k 238 288 289 353 291
p20 6.8k 116 158 171 4.7k 199
c20 6.7k 167 1.8k 219 2.6k 232
c21 17k 126 824 173 2.3k 182
p21 4.0k 156 48 205 2.1k 240
c22 15k 080 1.0k 128 30k 140
p23 2.3k 293 12 310 15k 355
c23 20k 050 6.6k 090 906 101
c24 37k 032 3.5k 063 1.8k 074
p25 35 435 no tr 2.0k 505
c25 4.4k 016 877 038 731 049
c26 92k 013 736 028 169 035
SP Inds Close 31.70 Dec
c30 2.6k 235 no tr no tr
p30 4.2k 070 69 130 10 175
c32 43 105 2.0k 155 300 190
SP Mid Close 137.79 Dec
p135 2.5k 350 10 560 no tr
SP Tech Close 20.70 Dec
c24 no tr no tr 2.4k 020
SpdGld nya Close 86.45 Dec
p81 4.6k 140 58 320 no tr
c87 3.0k 350 409 520 126 640
c94 13k 145 75 295 61k 390
c95 3.7k 130 178 264 1.8k 370
SPDR Close 120.79 Dec
p105 4.5k 044 3.9k 128 no tr
p109 8.8k 077 2.0k 190 no tr
p110 14k 093 2.9k 210 no tr
c110 5.3k1170 2051355 no tr
p111 6.4k 112 7.3k 243 no tr
p112 5.2k 117 90k 267 no tr
p113 6.6k 1
40 6.5k 278 no tr
p114 14k 166 753 323 no tr
SPDR fr Close 120.79 Dec
c115 3.3k 790 5.1k 980 no tr
p115 19k 187 7.2k 330 no tr
c116 4.0k 720 663 9 no tr
p116 18k 2
14 no tr no tr
c117 5.8k 652 2.3k 810 no tr
p117 93k 233 3.3k 365 no tr
p118 19k 275 no tr no tr
c118 6.4k 575 466 730 no tr
c119 28k 5 361 675 no tr
p119 41k 310 no tr no tr
p120 116k 350 46k 5 18
1340
c120 18k 440 no tr no tr
p121 16k 390 218 570 no tr
c121 17k 390 no tr no tr
c122 31k 330 1.6k 5 no tr
p122 7.2k 445 no tr no tr
c123 20k 294 1.9k 475 no tr
p123 4.8k 510 150 650 no tr
p124 4.8k 580 no tr no tr
c124 16k 250 no tr no tr
p125 3.9k 605 no tr 51425
c125 30k 206 3.0k 376 no tr
SPDR q Close 120.79 Dec
p126 2.0k 665 2.8k 775 no tr
c126 16k 170 no tr 91 455
c127 14k 139 4.0k 288 1.0k 365
c128 36k 110 3.5k 275 2.9k 320
c129 14k 092 no tr 3.1k 310
p130 701 985 2.2k1060 4.3k1125
c130 23k 067 2.0k 195 no tr
c131 11k 058 no tr 180 247
c132 2.0k 040 693 136 139 204
c133 3.5k 034 no tr 14k 186
c134 2.2k 021 75 104 no tr
c135 3.5k 0
17 no tr no tr
p136 2.2k1520 no tr no tr
SprintNex Close 6.94 Feb
c7 2.2k 045 43 085 no tr
c8 802 015 2.6k 048 1 075
sT Homebl Close 20.55 Dec
p18 2.5k 054 40 106 no tr
p19 113 075 5.5k 135 50 185
c20 2.9k 155 9 205 921 255
c21 742 105 5.5k 180 1.0k 2
c25 295 015 5.5k 050 100 075
sT Retail Close 31.80 Dec
p30 2.0k 070 no tr 500 210
c36 2.0k 035 no tr no tr
StarwdHt Close 30.70 Feb
p25 116 035 2.0k 115 no tr
STEC Close 7.48 Feb
c750 no tr 2.3k 065 no tr
SunTrust Close 49.75 Jan
p35 3.0k 070 97 255 130 390
Symntc Close 19.66 Jan
p1750 no tr no tr 4.3k 080
Target Close 50.22 Jan
p4750 3.7k 138 397 289 196 380
p5250 739 398 60 480 5.0k 640
p55 5.0k 560 85 650 317 780
c55 2.7k 077 188 212 254 319
Tesoro Close 19.87 Feb
c1750 2.6k 309 511 361 no tr
c20 12k 140 3.2k 230 264 340
c2250 2.2k 060 807 140 no tr
c25 2.1k 025 2.0k 070 16 160
Teva Close 45.72 Dec
p30 no tr no tr 4.0k 035
c4750 220 045 6.0k 120 5 150
TexasInst Close 22.69 Jan
p20 305 014 47 050 10k 084
c2250 3.0k 089 1.6k 159 1.7k 204
c25 2.2k 014 127 060 10k 099
p25 no tr 48 295 1.9k 310
c2750 178 003 40 019 2.2k 038
TimeWarn Close 14.24 Jan
c14 2.3k 085 294 110 16 150
TollBr Close 25.88 Dec
p25 4.0k 135 88 210 934 280
Transmta Close 16.08 Feb
p15 50 030 13 1 5.0k 150
c15 179 140 865 210 5.0k 290
c1750 20 030 2.9k 085 10 150
Transocn Close 127.02 Feb
c125 5.5k 620 108 9 901430
UAL Cp Close 9.96 Dec
c1250 2.0k 1 1.8k 190 65 225
UnTech Close 59.17 Feb
c65 3.5k 070 90 140 1 3
US Airwy Close 6.22 Dec
c750 1.9k 055 32 105 411 135
US Bancp Close 35.31 Dec
c25 3.7k1080 no tr 131096
c2750 12k 730 no tr 80 870
p2750 67 025 148 070 4.0k 115
c35 3.1k 180 1.3k 275 902 320
US NatGsF Close 35.38 Jan
c40 415 055 66 140 3.0k 260
c50 3 010 26 047 3.1k 120
US OilFd Close 86.69 Jan
p75 1.7k 075 238 215 2.6k 385
c79 3.8k 930 no tr no tr
c84 3.9k 590 16 830 10 920
USSteel Close 89.52 Jan
c85 2.1k 882 341320 321690
Utdhlth Close 25.50 Dec
c27 2.7k 090 2 135 no tr
ValeroE Close 35.71 Dec
c35 4.1k 233 136 355 243 435
c36 2.6k 186 194 310 40 4
c40 5.0k 048 964 160 1.1k 215
Verisign Close 27.34 Dec
p2250 12 040 no tr 3.2k 115
p25 183 085 no tr 3.5k 190
Verizon o Close 32.05 Jan
c3250 3.6k 062 400 138 323 182
VertxPh Close 33.06 Jan
p30 38 075 38 210 2.0k 310
c35 3.3k 120 98 280 2.1k 380
c40 44 035 5.8k 120 84 230
WA Mutl Close 1.69 Jan
c250 60k 057 no tr 6.6k 085
p250 30k 142 no tr 8.4k 175
c3 no tr 6.3k 061 no tr
p3 no tr 2.7k 2 no tr
c4 20k 0
34 3.1k 040 2.7k 062
p4 5.8k 267 791 284 307 301
p5 3.8k 360 22 375 182 380
c5 10k 024 1.3k 034 1.6k 040
c6 4.0k 016 162 027 1.3k 040
Wachovia Close 13.70 Jan
p750 5.2k 045 55 095 3.1k 140
p10 4.1k 080 355 145 no tr
c11 4.5k 390 no tr no tr
p1250 12k 150 no tr 218 310
c15 7.3k 160 1.0k 260 652 340
p15 2.4k 265 no tr 30 030
c16 3.6k 120 494 260 807 295
c1750 6.8k 080 no tr 151 250
c19 2.9k 050 60 160 234 240
p19 5.1k 540 148 630 60 6
p20 1.6k 630 6.5k 690 no tr
c20 7.2k 040 6.8k 1 744 170
c21 1.7k 030 5.8k 080 303 130
WalMart Close 60.12 Dec
c60 3.2k 182 1.5k 284 684 330
p60 2.8k 175 726 268 436 345
c6250 4.7k 080 1.8k 171 1.7k 217
c65 3.8k 027 2.1k 093 227 134
WDigit Close 21.91 Jan
p20 5.0k 080 104 120 100 189
p2250 1.9k 175 562 235 20 3
WeathInt Close 28.87 Feb
c30 2.1k 150 4 250 no tr
WellsFrgo Close 34.12 Jan
p25 1.9k 030 154 085 900 150
p29 3.2k 065 no tr 3 250
c30 2.2k 540 257 630 875 7
p30 4.7k 085 140 190 778 280
c35 5.0k 175 1.0k 285 188 390
p35 3.8k 250 176 380 865 470
Weyerh Close 62.73 Jan
c70 3.2k 065 45 165 87 330
WllsFrgo Close 34.12 Jan
c3750 3.0k 075 no tr 793 290
Wyeth Close 37.76 Jan
p3750 56 105 no tr 2.3k 263
c40 309 045 177 114 2.2k 180
XL Cap Close 17.90 Jan
p1750 2.0k 155 no tr no tr
Yahoo Close 19.20 Jan
c19 2.6k 140 20 246 61 304
c20 7.0k 1 778 209 1.8k 253
c21 6.5k 068 934 160 241 218
c2250 8.4k 040 no tr 1.3k 165
c24 3.0k 025 107 075 75 113
c25 2.3k 022 416 055 641 090
c2750 3.1k 010 no tr 2.0k 050
c3250 2.0k 003 no tr 52 009
Yamana Close 9.66 Jan
c10 1.6k 065 534 125 2.7k 170
Oct Nov Oct Nov Oct Nov Oct Nov
20 Most Active Stock Options
Stock Optn Optn
Price Price Chg. Vol
SPDR fr Oct 120 Put 120.79 3.50 1.05 116580
PwNasd100 q Oct 40 Put 41.50 0.96 0.13 92038
SPDR fr Nov 120 Put 120.79 5.00 1.15 46108
Smucker Oct 50 Call 55.79 5.80 + 1.70 41541
Apple Oct 120 Put 131.93 3.25 0.90 38078
AmIntGp Oct 5 Call 3.02 0.32 0.08 33581
SPDR fr Oct 125 Call 120.79 2.06 + 0.39 30027
Costco Jan 65 Put 65.98 4.07 1.43 24403
SPDR q Oct 130 Call 120.79 0.67 + 0.08 23119
MicronT Jan 5 Put 4.67 1.00 0.15 22650
Bk of Am Oct 35 Call 34.37 2.14 + 0.26 22148
iShEMkt fr Oct 35 Put 37.05 1.24 0.83 20413
SPDR fr Oct 115 Put 120.79 1.87 0.80 19190
SPDR fr Oct 120 Call 120.79 4.40 + 0.70 18407
Apple fr Oct 140 Call 131.93 4.30 + 0.75 16638
Cisco Jan 30 Call 23.48 0.22 0.01 16465
RschMotn Oct 100 Call 97.53 7.30 + 0.40 15818
OwnIll Nov 25 Put 30.77 1.10 1.40 15701
GenElec fr Oct 25 Call 25.68 1.90 + 0.38 15518
Pfizer Oct 20 Call 18.64 0.17 + 0.03 15486
20 Most Active Index Options
Index Optn Optn
Price Price Chg. Vol
SPX500 Oct 1250 Call 1209.17 21.00 + 5.00 32161
SPX500 Oct 1200 Call 1209.17 44.00 + 7.90 31925
SPX500 Oct 1200 Put 1209.17 34.00 12.00 27066
SPX500 Dec 1200 Put 1209.17 59.30 16.90 26698
SPX500 Oct 1000 Put 1209.17 2.00 1.50 22357
SPX500 Dec 1200 Call 1209.17 71.00 +11.10 22231
SPX500 Oct 1300 Call 1209.17 7.20 + 2.00 22199
SPX500 Oct 1325 Call 1209.17 3.30 + 0.50 21148
SPX500 Oct 1150 Put 1209.17 17.00 8.00 16567
SPX500 Nov 1175 Put 1209.17 39.00 14.30 15947
SPX500 Nov 1100 Put 1209.17 20.00 8.30 14203
SPX500 Oct 1050 Put 1209.17 3.84 3.36 14068
SPX500 Oct 1100 Put 1209.17 8.50 5.30 13858
SPX500 Dec 1215 Call 1209.17 64.00 .. 13729
SPX500 Dec 1215 Put 1209.17 65.00 15.20 13668
SPX500 Nov 950 Put 1209.17 4.31 2.69 12725
SPX500 Dec 1220 Call 1209.17 66.00 + 1.00 11078
SPX500 Dec 1220 Put 1209.17 63.00 17.00 10780
SPX500 Dec 1210 Call 1209.17 63.00 + 7.90 10730
SPX500 Dec 1210 Put 1209.17 64.00 9.30 10589
Total Total Call Put
Call Put Open Open
Index Vol. Vol. Interest Interest
SPX500 286,305 337,820 2,685,907 4,933,581
Rus2000 30,008 34,761 638,724 830,328
Nasd100 9,496 10,401 157,786 203,922
DJ Inds 16,954 12,604 137,628 182,841
SP100 13,197 10,988 73,776 82,679
SP100 Eur 5,215 4,616 34,127 59,011
Bank Idx 834 296 23,914 5,030
GS Idx 198 771 6,979 12,836
OilSvc 347 113 4,156 3,000
NtGas 10 11 2,625 2,723
Total Total Call Put
Call Put Open Open
Index Vol. Vol. Interest Interest
Rus1000 1,974 684 72 0
SemiconIdx 243 429 951 275
Semicon q 198 140 1,274 271
Oil Idx 34 69 372 426
Bnk Idx q 61 150 436 207
Air Idx 0 2 0 306
AM BioT 0 10 0 58
MidCap 50 0 12 0
SPX q 0 1 0 37
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lower than 1.0 mean volume is in-
creasing as the price falls the
stocks owners areinsell mode.
You can find the ratio on Daily
Graphs or Daily Graphs Online, a
sisterproduct of IBD.
Dont rely exclusively on the up/
down volume, though. By itself, its
a basic view of a stocks behavior.
Mix in the stocks earnings, funda-
mentalsandgrouprank, andthepic-
ture of a stocks performance gets
clearer.
Take Team
TISI
, a pipeline repair
company that services refineries,
petrochemical plants and power
plants. Eight weeks ago, Teams up/
down ratio was 1.6. Its since
droppedto1.0.
But that doesnt meanTeamisnec-
essarily weakening. The stock is
formingafirm-lookingbase.
11
Buy mostly in the top six broad
industry sectors in IBDs New
Highs List.
12
Select stocks with increasing
institutional sponsorship in
recent quarters.
13
Current quarterly after-tax
profit margins shouldbe
improving, near their peakand
amongthebest inthestocks industry.
14
Dont buy because of divi-
dends or P-E ratios. Read a
story on the company. Buy the No. 1
company in an industry in earnings
and sales growth, ROE, profit
margins and product quality.
15
Pick companies with a superior
newproduct or service.
16
Invest mainly in entrepreneur-
ial NewAmerica companies.
Pay close attention to those with an
IPOin the past eight years.
17
Check into companies buying
back 5%to 10%of their stock
and those withnewmanagement
(what is managements
background?).
18
Dont try to bottomguess or
buy on the way down. Never
argue with the market. Forget your
pride and ego.
19
Find out if the market current-
ly favors big-cap or small-cap
stocks.
20
Do a post-analysis of all your
buys and sells. Post on charts
where you bought and sold.
Evaluate and develop rules to
correct your major mistakes. Its
what you learn after you think you
knowwhat youre doing thats vital.
Thats howto improve your results.
INVESTOR EDUCATION
Todays Volume
50-day avg vol
Off 52-wk high
52-wk
high-low
Market cap
Shares in float
IPO
U/D vol ratio
73,200
203,000
-8%
$40.46-
$22.48
692 mil
16.5 mil
10/7/80
1.0
Year (Dec) EPS %Chg
2007
2008e
2009e
2010e
0.82 41
1.20 46
1.55 29
1.92 24
CCC 97
TTEK 93
SRCL 92
CLHB 89
Top RS in group
Ownership
Mgmt
Banks
Funds
12%
5%
26%
No. of funds
Sep 07
Dec 07
Mar 08
Jun 08
49
58
69
73
Quarter EPS %Chg Sales ($ mil) %Chg
Sep 07
Dec 07
Mar 08
Jun 08
EPS Rating
Group RS Rating
SMR Rating
Acc/Dis Rating
Composite Rating
Timeliness Rating
Sponsorship Rating
P/E Ratio
Return on equity
Debt
91
85
A
B
99
A
D
30 (2.9 x S&P500)
23%
80%
0.18 125 103.5 57
0.40 38 122.3 47
0.15 15 108.8 48
0.47 52 143.9 50
% %
9
10
11
12
13
15
17
19
22
24
26
30
34
38
45
Sep Jun Mar 08 Dec Sep Jun Mar 07
220,000
440,000
860,000
Volume
Team Inc. (TISI)
RS
89
B
Daily Graphs available at investors.com
These rules arent based on our personal opinion or those of Wall
Streets experts. IBD built detailed models of all the most successful
stocks every year from1880 to 2005. We analyzed their common charac-
teristics, what factors existed before these very best companies had
huge advances and how these factors changed when the stocks topped.
So these rules represent how the market actually works. If you ignore
them and rely instead on personal opinions, feelings or emotions, you
are potentially arguing with how the market has functioned for 50 years
and you will likely make more costly mistakes.
If all 20 fact-based rules are carefully followed (not just the ones you
like), your investment results can materially improve:
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