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FRIDAY, AUGUST 7, 2015 $2.00

IRS Plays Politics

Pat Boones Long Run

Retailers In July

Redos Resurge

Focus On Quality

It seems the tax collectors


truly loathe conservatives

Hes still producing winners


after eons of entertainment

Most of them got low grades


for the back-to-school season

Which stocks stand to benefit


as more folks remodel homes?

Investors are seeking safety;


equity ETF strategies deliver

ISSUES & INSIGHTS A14-15

LEADERS & SUCCESS A3

THE NEW AMERICA A9

INSIDE REAL ESTATE A10

MUTUAL FUNDS & ETFs A11-13

IBDS TOP 10

Media Stocks Slide


As Pay TV Nears
Day Of Reckoning

Indexes, Leaders Are Routed

The Nasdaq slid 1.6% ahead of Fri.s


jobs report, hurt by solar, biotech and
security software stocks. The S&P 500
lost 0.8% as ViacomVIAB led a media stock
sell-off, but energy and metals outperformed. Volume surged, making matters
worse. Several leading stocks slid more
than 5%. The 10-year Treasury yield slid
5 basis points to 2.22%. More on B3

Viacom Shares Dive 13%

Breaking: Media Stocks Break

Cable content firms lose


subscribers to Netflix,
which set a closing high

The media company sell-off continued as investors questioned pay TVs


viability with AmazonAMZN and NetflixNFLX
streaming competing. ViacomVIAB, seen as
among the most vulnerable cable content firms, fell more than 13%. Walt DisneyDIS and ComcastCMSCA each fell 1.8%,
after bigger losses Wed. Netflix hit a new
closing high. More on this page

BY REINHARDT KRAUSE
INVESTOR'S BUSINESS DAILY

Allergan Modestly Tops Views

The IBD 50 regular earned $4.41 a


share ex items, up 29% and above
forecasts by 3 cents. Revenue leapt 116%
to $5.76 bil ($5.73 bil minus divested
Western European assets) vs. analyst
views for $5.71 bil. Drugmaker AllerganAGN shelved a new outlook until Sept.
following its recent deal to sell its generics business to Teva PharmaceuticalTEVA
for $40.5 bil. Shares fell 5.1%. More on A4

Monster Profit Margin Rises

Monster BeveragesMNST diluted Q2


EPS fell 3% to 79 cents, below estimates for 91 cents due to currency headwinds and costs associated with strategic
partner Coca-ColaKO, which owns 16.7%
of the energy-drink maker. Net sales
edged up 1% to $693.7 mil, missing estimates. Profit margin rose to 56.9% from
55.2%. Monster initially sold off late, but
rose 5% late after closing down 6%.

Wingstop, Bojangles Top Q2

Both recent chicken eatery IPOs


beat estimates. WingstopWING adjusted pro-forma EPS grew 10% to 11 cents, 2
cents above views, as sales grew 18% to
$19.2 mil vs. views for $18.4 mil. It guided
15 revenue targets up to $75.5 mil-$76
mil. Wingstop shares fell 2.7% late. BojanglesBOJA said pro-forma diluted EPS grew
44% to 23 cents, topping by 7 cents. Revenue grew 13.1% to $120.5 mil, topping.
The chain raised its full-year outlook. Bojangles rose 3.5% late. More on this page

Mobileye Sees Even Better

The maker of driver assistance and


collision-avoidance tech beat estimates with Q2 EPS doubling as revenue
up 57% to $52.8 mil. MobileyeMBLY raised
full-year sales and profit guidance. The
stock initially fell 9% but closed down
just 0.6%. TeslaTSLA, BMW, FordF and
GMGM use its technology. More on A4

Planet Fitness Goes Flat Fast

The unusual gym operators stock


ended its 1st day flat at 16, rallying
from an initial trade at 14.50. Late Wed.
Planet FitnessPLNT priced at 16, at the high
end of its range. SoulCycle, the high-end
indoor cycling chain, filed for an IPO last
week, looking to raise up to $100 mil.
Aimmune TherapeuticsAIMT, which is
working on peanut and other food allergies, shot up 51% to 24.10.

Layoff Plans Hit 4-Year High

Employers in July unveiled plans to


ax 105,696 workers, the most since
Sept. 11. But more than half was due to
Army troop and civilian staff cuts. Weekly jobless claims rose 3,000 to a still-low
270,000. Economists see Fri.s jobs data
showing modest hiring and a steady 5.3%
jobless rate. See Vital Signs on A2

A CARGO SHIP passes through the new section of the Suez Canal
after an opening ceremony in Ismailia, Egypt. With much pomp
and fanfare, Egypt on Thursday unveiled the $8.5 billion extension
in the middle ofthe 120-mile canal. It willfacilitate two-way traffic.

Pacific Trade Deal:


Its Now Or Never?
12 nations must agree
in a few weeks to avoid
16 U.S. election cycle
BY JED GRAHAM
INVESTOR'S BUSINESS DAILY

Grand plans to seal the Trans-Pacific Partnership trade deal last


week, linking together 40% of
global trade and 800 million consumers, were tripped up by Canadian cows and American sugar
cane.
The risk is that the deal, which
would be positive for the U.S.
economy and geopolitical influence, could slip through its grasp
after this setback to negotiations,
dealt by protected industries
with outsized political stature
relative to their economic scale.
ThePeterson Institutefor International Economics estimates
that the 12-nation trade deal
would raise U.S. incomes, on net,
by $77 billion a year, growing relatively high-paying export-related jobs by 650,000, though at the
cost of some manufacturing jobs.
On top of the economic gains, it
would draw major Asia-Pacific
countries other than China closer to the U.S. On the other hand,
if the five-year-long TPP negotiation remains stymied, China
may fill the vacuum, as its already doing to some degree with
its plan for a $100 billion Asian
Infrastructure Bank.
At this point its a race against
the clock, said Bill Watson,
trade policyanalystat the CatoInstitute. If they dont finish it by
the end of this year, it could fall
to the next president to finish it.

Mondelez Gets Ackman Heat

Waiting For Hillary

Activist investor Bill Ackmans Pershing Square took a 7.5% stake in


Mondelez IntlMDLZ, worth $5.5 bil. The
disclosure comes as the maker of Oreos
and many other packaged foods has been
cutting costs as growth slows. Ackman
thinks the stock is undervalued. He may
pressure Mondelez to shed assets or
seek a buyer. Nelson Peltzs Trian Fund
holds 3.1% of Mondelez. Shares rose
1.2% to 46.81 after hitting 48.58 intraday.

That year-end timeline effectively means that all 12 nations


must sign off on the deal in the
next two weeks or so to have any
hope of it coming to a vote in Congress before the Christmas recess. The timing reflects terms
of trade promotion authority
granted to President Obama that
are meant to ensure a full and
transparent debate before lawmakers cast their votes.
Once the calendar slips to 2016,
presidential nominating battles,
particularly on the Democratic
side, cloud the outlook. Frontrunner Hillary Clinton, who has
refused to take a position on the

Fleetmatics Beats, Ups Goals

10

The fleet software developer now


sees 15 EPS of $1.35-$1.40, up
from $1.26-$1.30, and its full-year sales
target $282 mil-$284 mil. Both are above
consensus. FleetmaticsFLTX Q2 EPS ex
items jumped 83% to 33 cents, beating by
7 cents. Sales rose 24% to $68.6 mil, topping slightly. After closing off 2%, shares
reversed up 6%.

trade deal, would face mounting


pressure to help defeat it as the
early contests in Iowa and New
Hampshire approach.
The growing uncertainty due to
U.S. politics likely means that
leaders from the other 11 nations
will be even more reluctant to
make concessions if they cant
reach a deal by midmonth.
Doing so would ensure that
they face a political cost for offering to take away protections to favored industries, even if the political fruits from finalizing a deal
remain out of reach.

Political Delay
U.S. politics explains why so
much of the hard bargaining was
left until the 11th hour. Contentious issues over the auto, dairy,
sugar and drug industries,
among others, were left until the
end because there was little incentive for countries to give
ground until Congress approved
the TPP that allows for an up-ordown vote without amendment,
Watson said.
Many seemingly separate issues are intertwined because
countries tie concessions in one
area to a payoff in another.
For example, the U.S. refusal to
grant more than a modest increase in Australian sugar imports may explain why the Aussies havent yielded over the
length of market protection for
biologic medicine, reportedly
sticking to five years vs. the 12
that U.S. drugmakers seek.
Still, Peterson Institute senior
fellow Jeffrey Schott is optimistic that a deal will get done, characterizing the talks as now being
inside the five-yard line.
He added: The last few yards
getting it over the goal line is
when you have the fiercest resistance. . . . (Yet) the risk that the
talks could drift for quite some
time may give the participants
the sense of urgency needed to
reach an accord.

Window Could Close


While the TPP might still be doable in 2017, the possibility of a
Democratic-controlled Senate
and other hard-to-predict circumstances might mean that the
window will shut in a more permanent way, Schott said.
Schott doesnt expect a perfect
deal. He thinks import quotas
may remain on dairy, rice and
sugar in Canada, Japan and the
U.S., and the quotas could go
higher than they are now.
SEE TPP ON A9

Media stocks continued their collapse Thursday, with investors


worried that a day of reckoning
is at hand for the pay-TV ecosystem.
Walt DisneysDIS warning late
Tuesday over slowing revenue
growth from affiliate fees, the
payments media firms garner
from pay-TV companies, set the
sell-off in motion. Generally soft
media earnings didnt help.
Disney shares fell 1.8% after losing 9% Wednesday.
Over the past two sessions, ViacomVIA crashed 20%, hitting its
lowest level since 2010. Time
WarnerTWX fell 10% and 21st Century Fox EntertainmentFOXA 13%.
Those affiliate fees based on
how many pay-TV subscribers
have access to cable channels like
ESPN or Nickelodeon as part of
basic or premium programming
packages are at risk as consumers shift to watching on-demand
content via the Internet.
Even sports content, the biggest driver of high affiliate fees,
no longer seems a sanctuary, analysts say, in light of Disneys cut
to ESPN subscriber guidance.
Both Disney and Fox are spending more to acquire TV rights
and need to recoup those costs in
affiliate fees.

Sling Masks Dish Losses


ComcastCMCSA and satellite TV
broadcaster Dish NetworkDISH
were among pay-TV companies
that reported higher video subscriber losses in Q2. Dish on
Wednesday said it lost 81,000
video subscribers compared
with 44,000 a year earlier. But
its actual pay-TV loss may have
been 237,000, obscured by the
addition of Sling Web TV service customers, says UBS.

When cable TV companies report video subscriber losses,


theres contagion for media companies aside from affiliate fees.
As viewership falls, advertising
rates go down.
In response to competition
from NetflixNFLX and complaints
over rising monthly bills, payTV providers have become
tougher negotiators when programming deals with media
firms come up for renewal.
Time Warner CableTWC paid a
price when it dropped CBSCBS
channels in August 2013 and lost
190,000 subscribers.

Are Viacom Channels Viable?


A looming Dish-Viacom negotiation in 2016 could be a tipping
point for the industry, with Dish
possibly dropping Viacom content, says brokerage MoffettNathanson.
Dish CEO Charlie Ergen, while
not mentioning Viacom directly,
on its earnings call Wednesday
said Kids programming used to
always be kind of right up there
in the top two, three, four things
people watch, but with the advent of Netflix, what our customers are doing we know a lot of
our customers have Netflix
they just go to Netflix and hit
kids. And, the kids are happy to
watch SpongeBob from 2007.
Thats just as fresh to them as
SpongeBob from 2015.
Pay-TV companies are shifting
to skinny TV packages, offering consumers fewer cable channels in cheaper monthly plans.
Verizon CommunicationsVZ in
April broke the traditional TV
bundle, announcing that it
would sell packages excluding
sports content. ESPN filed suit
vs. Verizon, claiming its custom
TV offer violated an existing distribution agreement.
Cable TV firm Charter CommunicationsCHTR which stands to
get much bigger by buying Time
Warner Cable and Bright House
on Tuesday said it wants to
offer skinny TV deals, too.
Charter CEO Tom Rutledge
SEE CABLE ON A9

Bojangles Lifts 15 Sales View,


Wingstop Upbeat On Revenue
Bojangles Stock Rises Late
BY ELAINE LOW
INVESTOR'S BUSINESS DAILY

Chicken-and-biscuits chain Bojangles flew past second-quarter forecasts late Thursday and
ramped up plans to open more
restaurants.
The Southern-inspired eatery,
which went public on May 8,
also fattened up its 2015 outlook
even as its company-owned
same-store sales missed views.
BojanglesBOJA now sees 2015
revenue coming in at $483.5 million-$487.5 million, vs. a prior
outlook for $480 million-$487
million. The midpoint of the
companys new guidance exceeds current Street expectations for $484.5 million.
It sees 2015 adjusted earnings
of 75-78 cents a share, far above
analyst views for 69 cents, and
low to mid-single digit systemwide comp growth.
The company also plans to
open more restaurants this year
than it had previously stated,
guiding for 59-63 openings, up
from a prior outlook for 50-57.
Shares rallied 3.5% after hours.
For Q2, Bojangles adjusted
earnings leapt 44% to 23 cents
per share, soundly topping forecasts for 16 cents. Driven by
same-store sales gains and new
restaurant openings, revenue
climbed 13.1% to $120.5 million,
squeaking past views for $120.3
million.
Systemwide same-restaurant
sales grew 4.4%, with franchise
location comps up 5.1%. Compa-

ny-owned comps increased


3.3%, modestly below Street
views for 4%, noted Stephens analyst Will Slabaugh.
In its first report as a public
company, WingstopWING said that
its total revenue grew 18% to
$19.2 million, pulling ahead of
consensus views for $18.4 million. Adjusted earnings rose 10%
to 11 cents per share, while net income tumbled 80% to 2 cents a
share, according to the company. Analysts had expected EPS
of 9 cents.
Systemwide domestic samerestaurant sales surged 9%.
Wingstop guided 2015 revenue to $75.5 million-$76 million,
above consensus views for $74.6
million, and full-year U.S. comp
growth to 6.5%-7%.
The restaurant chain, which
went public on June 12 at an initial price of 19, hit a high of 35.96
Monday. But shares fell 2.7% in
late trading Thursday.
Both chicken eateries follow
last weeks Q2 report from
sports bar chain Buffalo Wild
WingsBWLD, which beat samestore sales forecasts and said it
would buy out 41 franchisees.
Shares shot higher the next day,
lifting Wingstop shares as well.
Another poultry-focused eatery, El Pollo LocoLOCO, is scheduled to report Q2 earnings on
Thursday, Aug. 13.
Recent issue Shake ShackSHAK
entered the chicken game over
the summer with its own chicken sandwich creation, the ChickenShack.
Shake Shack discloses Q2 results after the close on Monday.

A2

FRIDAY, AUGUST 7, 2015

INVESTORS.COM

VITAL SIGNS

Layoff Plans Spike, Jobless Claims Tame

Announced plans for layoffs, in thousands

Initial jobless claims, in thousands

Jobless rate

120

650

10%

Employers announced plans to ax more than


100,000 jobs, the most since Sept. 2011. But more
than half stem from U.S. Army cuts. Initial
jobless claims remain near long-time lows.
Economists expect Fri.s July jobs report to show
modest hiring with unemployment steady at 5.3%.

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July:
105,696

60

450

30

350

0
A 14 S O N D J 15 F M A M J J

Sources: Challenger, Gray & Christmas; Labor Dept.; Datastream

550

Week ended
Aug. 5:
270,000

250
07

09

11

13

July:
5.3%

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07 08 09 10 11 12 13 14 15

15

TO THE POINT
NATION

BUSINESS BRIEFS
MEDIA

TELECOM

AMC Networks intl sales fall

Hulu partners not seen selling

The parent of its namesake network along with We tv, IFC and
the Sundance channel said Q2 EPS
rose 37% to $1.14, topping estimates for 88 cents, on a 15% revenue increase to $601.1 mil, above
consensus for $588.3 mil. But it
also recorded a 9.4% drop in its
intl business, its 1st decline since
Q1 13. AMC NetworksAMCX shares
fell 4.5% to 75.01, dropping below
its 200-day average, after undercutting its 50-day average on Wed.
with a 7% slide.
00 N.Y. TimesNYT earned 13 cents a
share excluding items in Q2, up
85.7% from a year earlier and
beating views by 2 cents. Including
items, the company earned 10
cents a share. Revenue fell 1.5% to
$382.9 mil, missing views of $383.5
mil. Shares fell 3% to 12.80.

21st Century FoxFOXA may want to


buy full control of video streamer
Hulu but its partners Walt Disney
DIS
and ComcastCMCSA are unlikely to
want to sell. So wrote Stifel Nicolaus analyst Benjamin Mogil, whose
reportsaidthat the 2 are more interested in content investments to
spursubscriber growthsoastocompete better with NetflixNFLX. Fox was
among media stocks hit by Disneys
comments late Tue. on cable TV industry trends. Fox shares fell 6.4%
to 29.87. Disney fell 1.8% to 108.55.
Comcast fell 1.8% to 58.76.
00 EchoStarSATS earned 43 cents a
share in Q2 excluding items, up
19.4% from a year earlier and
beating views by 5 cents. Including
costs, it earned 36 cents a share.
Revenue fell 9.8% to $793.6 mil,
missing views of $797.3 mil. Shares
fell 0.3% to 47.04.

MACHINERY

SOFTWARE

3D Systems 3-D printer pains Hortonworks hits new high


3D SystemsDDD earned 3 cents a
share minus items, down 81.3%
from a year earlier and missing estimates by 6 cents. The full GAAP
loss came to $13.7 mil, or 12 cents
per share, vs. a $2.1 mil profit or
2-cent EPS a year earlier. Revenue
of $170.5 mil, up 13% from Q2 14,
was slightly below the consensus
estimate of $173.2 mil. Sales in Asia
Pacific fell 9%, but rose 25% in Europe, the Middle East and Africa
while revenue growth held at 15%
in the Americas. Shares soared
16.2% to 13.60.

Database management software


maker HortonworksHDP shares shot
up Thu., touching a new intraday
high a day after it easily topped
Wall Street Q2 estimates. Late
Wed., it also raised its Q3 and fullyear sales forecasts. Hortonworks
is the 1st publicly traded developer
of Hadoop, an open-source software designed to give smaller companies access to high-end databases. RBC Capital Markets and
Wunderlich Securities both raised
their price targets to 36 from 32, citing growth prospects. Hortonworks leapt 13.1% to 27.31.

Dems schedule just 6 debates

BANK OF ENGLAND Gov. Mark Carney, right, leaves the bank in London after announcing a lowered forecast for inflation in 2015. The Bank
ofEngland surprised markets Thursday by taking an unexpectedly cautious stance on raising interest rates from the current record low.

AFTER THE CLOSE

ECONOMY

STAMPS.COMSTMP said Q2 EPS

Distressed home sales falling

rose 76% to 97 cents, beating by


26 cents. It sees full-year EPS of
$3.10-$3.50 vs. views for $2.98.
Shares shot up 17% to 77.30.
fell 23% to 17 cents, topping.
Revenue climbed 5% to $1.15 bil,
beating. For Q3, the chipmaker
sees revenue of $1.18 bil vs.
views for $1.1 bil. Shares leapt
9.3% to 22.35.

Real estate-owned (REO) and


short sales accounted for 9.9% of
total home sales in May, down 2.8
percentage points from May 14. It
was the lowest distressed sales
share for May since 07. Mich. had
the highest share of distressed
sales at 21.4%, followed by Fla.s
21.3%, Md.s 20.3% and Ill.s 19.4%.
Nev.s distressed share tumbled 7
percentage points.

NUANCE COMMUNICATIONSNUAN

Consumer discomfort grows

NVIDIASNVDA Q2 adjusted EPS

said Q3 EPS ex items rose 19% to


32 cents, beating by 3 cents. The
voice-recognition software
maker sees Q4 revenue below
views. Shares fell 1.7% to 17.65.

APPAREL
Kors returns to winning ways

TRENDS & INNOVATIONS


Exercise know-how low in U.S.
Only about 1 in 3 Americans knows
that for every pound of fat they
want to shed, theyll need to work
off 3,500 calories, says a new survey from Bowflex maker Nautilus,
which quizzed people about their
fitness knowledge online. It also
found that three-quarters of respondents didnt know the recommended daily sugar intake limits
for adults (25g), and 61% didnt
know that eggs are indeed a hearthealthy protein. The average quiz
taker only scored 42%.

Giant research pool in works


A giant pool, about 164 feet long
and 164 feet deep may aid scientific
research. The Univ. of Essex is in
the early planning stages for what
it says would be the worlds largest
research, training and development pool at its Colchester campus. The Blue Abyss project has
already enlisted architects, project
manager and civil engineers for the
pool, which would be used by researchers to simulate outer space
and deep sea conditions. No word
on whether swimmers would get
to use it on weekends.

00 Some hearing-impaired people


dont benefit from hearing aids and
traditional implants. But an NYU
study indicates that a hybrid cochlear implant may do the job. The
hybrid implant has a shorter electrode than traditional ones. When
placed correctly, it enables more
natural low-frequency hearing and
augments high frequencies via
electrical stimulation.
00 Sports helmets today can track
hits to the head in football and
other contact sports. A new type of
headgear called a cooling hood,
developed by Olympic decathlete
Ashton Eaton and Nike Sports
Research Lab, may shorten athletes recovery time and boost their
performance. The hood has a grid
of metal filled with ice to aid in
cooling the head and face.
00 Riding a bike drunk can be just
as dangerous as driving a car
drunk, but the new Alcoho-Lock
requires riders to blow clean before the lock will disengage. The
$250 lock will also send a message
to a friends smartphone to let the
friend know that you need a ride
home or help unlocking the bike.
The lock does need to be charged;
it can perform 40 blood-alcohollevel tests on a single charge.

Shares of luxury apparel maker


Michael KorsKORS shot up 10.8% to
43.77 after it posted a strong fiscal
Q1 earnings beat, reversing from a
miss the prior quarter that broke a
string of better-than-expected
quarterly profit gains. Kors reported a 4.4% decline in EPS to 87
cents, 12 cents above views. Revenue grew 3.1% to $947.3 mil, above
views for $944 mil. The company
sees Q3 revenue of $1.06 bil-$1.08
bil, crushing views of $1.1 bil. It expects full-year EPS of $4.40-$4.50,
well above forecasts of $4.25.

INTERNET
Ads aid Facebooks Instagram
The FacebookFB-owned photo sharing site Instagram will post $600
mil in revenue this year as the site
carries more ads, according to a report by research group eMarketer.
Furthermore, ad revenue will
reach $2.81 bil in 17, thanks to a
new direct-response button and
Facebook-style targeting capabilities, eMarketer said. Facebook,
which paid $715 mil for Instagram
in 12, didnt introduce ads until
late 13. The report said that Instagram must gracefully evolve and
avoid flooding users with too many
ads they have no interest in seeing.
Facebook shares fell 1.4% to 95.12.

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Apple

has signed up 11 mil trial


subscribers for its Apple Music
service just over a month after
launch, the company said. Were
thrilled with the numbers so far,
said Eddy Cue, Apples senior VP
of Internet software and services,
adding that 2 mil users have opted
for the more lucrative family plan,
which costs $14.99 a month for up
to 6 people. Apple shares rose 0.2%
to 115.13.
AAPL

Molson Coors BrewingTAP earned


$1.41 a share in Q2, down 10.2%
from a year earlier and beating
views by 9 cents. Revenue fell
15.4% to $1.006 bil, missing views
of $1.009 bil. Higher prices and
increased demand for the brewers
higher-end brands boosted profits.
Shares rose 4.8% to 73.76.

The Bloomberg Consumer Comfort Index fell for a 5th straight


week, dipping 0.2 point in the
week ended Aug. 2 to 40.3. Its the
2nd worst reading since Nov. Americans views of their finances fell to
the lowest since Oct., while the buying climate hit a 7-week low.
00 The IBD/TIPP Economic Optimism Index, released Tue., fell to
the lowest reading since last Nov.,
with the 6-Month Outlook Index
sliding to a 1-year low.
00 The 30-year mortgage with a
fixed rate fell 7 basis points to
3.91% for the week ended Aug. 6,
down from 4.14% a year ago, Freddie Mac said.

U.K. housing, industry retreat


U.K. home prices fell 0.6% in July,
according to the Halifax House
Price Index, following a 1.6% advance in June. Economists forecast
a 0.5% gain. Year over year, home
values rose 7.9%, down from 9.6%
in July. Separately, June industrial
production fell 0.4% vs. views for a
0.1% monthly dip. But manufacturing output rose 0.2%.

BofE cuts inflation forecast


Bank of England policymakers
kept its key interest rate at 0.5%
and its asset buying program unchanged. But one member backs a
rate hike. Also, the central bank cut
its 15 inflation forecast to 0.3%
from its May prediction of 0.6%.
00 Japans leading index rose 1
point in June to 107.2, better than
the 106.9 reading expected.
00 Australia added 38,500 jobs
in July, much better than the
10,000 jobs expected. The jobless
rate popped to 6.3% from 6.1%,
defying forecasts for a dip to 6%.
But it likely reflected labor force
participation climbing to 65.1%
from 64.8%.
00 Eurozone retail activity picked
up. A retail PMI jumped to 54.2 in
July from 50.4.
00 Germany factory orders rose
2% in June after Mays 0.3% drop.
Economists expected a 0.2% gain.

COMING UP FRIDAY
00 Employment report for July,
8:30 a.m. ET (forecast: nonfarm
payrolls up 212,000; jobless rate
unchanged at 5.3%; hourly earnings up 0.2%).
00 Consumer credit for June, 3
p.m. ET (forecast: $17.4 bil).

Melco Crown EntertainmentMPEL


earned 8 cents a share in Q2, down
73.3% from a year earlier and missing views by a penny. Revenue fell
23.5% to $916.8 mil, missing views
of $972.3 mil. A quarterly dividend
of $0.0134 per share was declared.
Shares rose 3.8% to 22.32.
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Egypt opens new Suez Canal
Pres. Abdel Fattah al-Sisi and thousands more opened the expansion
of the Suez Canal. The 2-year, $9
bil project widened about 45 miles,
adding a 2nd lane to one-third of
the canal and cutting the wait time
to 11 hours from 18. Egypt expects
that the 49 daily ship passages that
now generate $5.3 bil annually may
rise to 97 per day and $13.2 bil annually by 23. The canal opened in
1869 after 10 years of building.
SAUDI ARABIA: A suicide bomber
said to be affiliated with the
Islamic State detonated his vest,
killing 15, mostly police, in Abha,
near the Saudi border with Yemen.
MALAYSIA Secy of State John
Kerry, in Kuala Lumpur, said the
U.S. wont accept South China Sea
restrictions, accusing China of
restricting navigation and
overflights in the disputed area.

CONTENTS
Amex Tables ......................A6
Big Picture .........................B3
Block Trades ......................B11
Commodity Futures .........B14
Company Index .................A2
Credit Market ...................B15
Dividends News ................B12
Earnings News .................B12
Economic News ..................A2
Editorials...........................A14
Exchange Traded Funds ..A13
General Market ...................B2
IBD Sector Leaders...............B1
Income Investor .................B9
Inside Real Estate ...........A10
Internet & Technology .......A4
Investor's Corner ................B4
Issues & Insights .............A14
Leaders & Success .............A3
Leading Market Indexes.....B8

Low Price Stocks .............A16


Mutual Funds & ETFs ........A11
New America ......................A9
New Highs & Lows .............B1
New Highs List Analysis ......B1
New Issues .........................A9
Option Tables ...................B16
REITs ................................A16
Research Tables..................B3
Stock Spotlight ..................B5
Timesaver Tables ................B7
To The Point ......................A2
Top Sector Stocks ..............B8
Volume Changes................B11
World News Briefs .............A2
World Stocks ....................B10
Your Weekly Review .........A5
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COMPANY INDEX
Acuity Brands.................B5
Agrium .........................B10
Allergan .........................A4
Amgen ............................A4
Apogee Enterprises .......B5
Apple ..........A2, A4, A11
Avolon Holdings ..............B1
Biomed Realty Trust .....B9
Blackstone Group .......A10
Brookfield Asset .........A10
CF Industries ...............B10
Caesarstone ................A10
Cal-Maine Foods ............B4
Cognizant Tech ..............B6
Constelltn Brands ...........B1
Costco Wholesale ..........A9
DBV Technologies. .........A9
Deckers Outdoor ...........B4
Digital Realty Trust .......B9
Epam Systems ..............B6
Facebook .............A2, A11
Fitbit ...............................A4
Ford Motor .............A1, A4
General Motors .............A4
Goldman Sachs ...........B14
HCA Holdings .................A5
Home Depot .................A10
J2 Global .........................B1
Jazz Pharmaceuticals ....B1
JPMorgan Chase..........A10

Kellogg ..........................A4
L Brands .........................A9
Lowes .........................A10
Masco...........................A10
Medical Properties ........B9
Mobileye. ...............A1, A4
Mohawk Industries ....A10
Nasdaq Omx Group ........B1
Netflix............A1, A2, A4
Nike ......................A5, A9
PGT..................................B5
Palo Alto Networks .......A5
Papa Johns ....................B3
Qorvo .............................B3
Sabra Healthcare REIT ..B9
Skechers USA ................A9
Tableau Software ..........B3
Target ............................A9
Terra Nitrogen ..............B10
Tesla Motors ..........A1, A4
Teva Pharmaceutical ....A4
Tyler Technologies ........B6
Ulta Beauty.....................B4
Ventas ...........................B9
VirtUSA ..........................B6
Volkswagen ...................A4
Wal-Mart .......................A9
Walt Disney...A1, A4, A5
Yara International .......B10
Zebra Tech ......................B1
Zoetis..............................A5

FEATURE CALENDAR

SunEdisonSUNE recorded 93 cents


in per-share losses in Q2, far below
analysts views for a 55-cent pershare loss. Revenue of $455 mil
topped views for $400 mil. Shares
plunged 25.3% to 17.08.

Rivals to Hillary Clinton for their


partys presidential nod accused
the party leadership of limiting the
schedule to benefit Clinton, the
front-runner. The DNC released a
schedule of 6 debates, with 4 before voting starts in Iowa on Feb. 1.
There were 13 debates in 04 and 16
in 08, ex-Maryland Gov. Martin
OMalley pointed out.
00 Senate Majority Leader Mitch
McConnell urged fellow Republicans not to risk a govt shutdown
by using a spending bill as leverage
to defund Planned Parenthood. He
warned that previous shutdowns
had failed to build support for the
issue the GOP was pursuing.
00 NYCs death toll from Legionnaires disease rose to 10. More
than 100 have been infected. The
city ordered all buildings with
cooling towers to have them tested
within 2 weeks.

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Earnings Calendar ..................................Monday
IBD 50 ................................Monday, Wednesday
Industry Snapshot .................................Monday
Inside Real Estate ......................................Friday
IPO Leaders............................Tuesday, Thursday
Funds & Personal Finance .....................Monday
Managing For Success ..........................Monday
New America Archive ...............................Friday
Top/Bottom 200 Composite Stocks ......Thursday
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WISDOM TO LIVE BY

Jaworski On Mindset
Positive thinking is the key to
success in business, education,
pro football, anything that you
can mention. I go out there
thinking that Im going to
complete every pass.

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Jagger On Relevance

Jackley On Concentration

The past is a great place and I dont want to erase it or


to regret it, but I dont want to be its prisoner either.

As all entrepreneurs know, you live and die


by your ability to prioritize. You must
focus on the most important, missioncritical tasks each day and night, and then
share, delegate, delay or skip the rest.

Mick Jagger, rock star

Jarreau On Gratitude
Before I get out of bed, I am saying thank you. I know
how important it is to be thankful.

Jessica Jackley, executive

Al Jarreau, jazz singer

Ron Jaworski, football player

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HOW YOU THINK IS EVERYTHING: Always be positive. Think


success, not failure. Beware of a negative environment.
DECIDE UPON YOUR TRUE DREAMS AND GOALS: Write
down your specific goals and develop a plan to reach them.
TAKE ACTION: Goals are nothing without action. Dont be
afraid to get started. Just do it.
NEVER STOP LEARNING: Go back to school or read books. Get
training and acquire skills.
BE PERSISTENT AND WORK HARD: Success is a marathon, not a
sprint. Never give up.
LEARN TO ANALYZE DETAILS: Get all the facts, all the input.
Learn from your mistakes.
FOCUS YOUR TIME AND MONEY: Dont let other people or
things distract you.
DONT BE AFRAID TO INNOVATE; BE DIFFERENT: Following
the herd is a sure way to mediocrity.
DEAL AND COMMUNICATE WITH PEOPLE EFFECTIVELY: No
person is an island. Learn to understand and motivate others.
BE HONEST AND DEPENDABLE; TAKE RESPONSIBILITY:
Otherwise, Nos. 1-9 wont matter.

BE PERSISTENT AND WORK HARD

Take On Troublemakers
A bad temperament is
workplace poison. How a
compassionate conversation can cure:
00 Face the fury. A negative attitude beat laziness in a survey of detrimental employee traits.
Released by leadership development and training firm Fierce, the
survey found 41% of respondents
ranked negativity No. 1 compared
with 32% who picked passive aggressiveness and 6% citing laziness.
00 Clean it up. Fierces survey also
found 80% of respondents believe
toxic employees are extremely debilitating to team morale.
An equal percentage felt companies are somewhat or extremely tolerant of trouble workers.
Thats what happens sometimes
with employers. They lose the ability to detect toxicity, said Susan
Scott, CEO of Fierce.
00 Go the distance. Letting worker negativity slide weakens the internal teams that companies need
to compete with competitors.
They are not able to defend
themselves when things get
tough, Scott told IBD.
00 Speak softly. Turning a problem worker around requires a careful conversation.
Start with: I want to talk to you
about the effect X is having on Y,
Scott said, and fill in those blanks.
You need to give one or two absolutely specific examples.
00 Carry big impact. Tell the worker whats at stake, for the company
and for her career. Maybe bad behavior is damaging sales numbers,
and that staffers job is in danger.
We have to be willing to fire people, Scott said.
Leave that as a last resort.
Say: I really want to resolve this
with you. Then ask what is happening from the employees perspective, Scott said.
00 Shut your mouth. Be quiet and
let the employee respond.
If he protests with excuses, reiter-

ate your position. Scotts approach:


This has been a pattern with
you. If this continues and nothing
changes, here is what I think is
going to happen.
00 Pass the ball. Give that worker
the power to take a positive stride,
advises Scott. Say: What do you
see as the most important next step
to take?
00 Try their shoes. Executives
with problem behavior are often
struggling personally and that
strife shows up in their professional performance.
Its pretty safe to say they didnt
plan that career-limiting move,
said Andrea Lee, author of We
Need to Talk.
Her advice to managers is an empathetic but investigative approach: You seem really angry. Is
there something else going on that
we dont know about?
00 Disarm defenses. Sometimes
youll get to the issue quickly. Dont
be surprised if that employee
strikes back verbally, and angrily.
Be ready with a diffusing statement: Please! I need to ask you to
come back to the conversation. Im
trying to understand you and I
cant make sense of it, Lee said.
00 Stick to strategy. Try to return
to a productive tone. Lee recommends a three-step process:
Establish where the employee is
now, where she needs to be and
how to get there.
Thats the Swiss army knife of
difficult conversations, Lee said.
00 Have an exit. When a talk isnt
going well, you can feel trapped,
like the words are nailing your feet
to the floor, Lee said.
Be ready with a closing statement. Lee likes:
Im finding this very difficult to
follow, but I would like to offer a
suggestion. Lets call it a day today,
and you can take some time to
write down your concerns. Id really like to understand them well,
and that might be a good way to try
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Pat Boone, A Smash Hit


With Records And Films
Keep Spinning: The stars still turning them out at age 81
BY SCOTT S. SMITH
FOR INVESTOR'S BUSINESS DAILY

Pat Boone is finding it hard to slow


down at 81 after six decades in
showbiz.
He capped his career sales of 45
million albums with the announcement that last years Legacy
would be his final album with original songs.
But the Christian entertainer
finds temptation everywhere, like
being able to release audio outtakes
from the TV show that made him a
household name in his early 20s.
The new Duets features pairings with long-ago guests such as
Ella Fitzgerald, Andy Williams and
Nat King Cole.
As if that werent enough, Boone:
00 Just finished parts in two films.
00 Has had a weekly contemporary gospel music radio program
for 30 years.
00 Is considering dozens of requests to perform.
00 Is in discussions about hosting a
TV variety series.
00 Pitched a car that runs on compressed air, and when ABCs hit investment show Shark Tank accepted it, he had the biggest on-air
deal in its history.
I really do want to spend more
time with my wife, Shirley, and we
are very active in philanthropy,
Boone told IBD by phone from his
home in Beverly Hills, Calif. But
God blessed me with an insatiably
curious mind, and Ive always had
a lot on my plate.

Rise In The South


Boone (the great-great-greatgreat grandson of pioneer Daniel)
was born in Jacksonville, Fla., and
when he was 2 his parents moved
to Nashville, Tenn.
He began singing in church, but
was drawn to pop music and by 12
was performing all over the city
and on local radio and TV.
During his junior year of high
school, he suddenly developed an
interest in country music when
Shirley, the daughter of singer Red
Foley, transferred to his school.
Pat was so enthralled with her, he
wrote his first country song and
even though Shirleys dad turned it
down, Boone turned it into a hit.
At 18, Boone won a high school talent contest, which earned him an
audition in New York City for Ted
Macks TV show, The Original
Amateur Hour.
He won that competition three
weeks in a row, then beat out professionals on another popular TV
program, Arthur Godfreys Talent
Scouts.
Even so, Boone didnt think a fulltime entertainment career was a
good bet, so he planned to become
a high school English teacher.
Shortly after turning 19, he married Shirley and over the next five
years they would have four daughters. By the time he graduated from
Columbia University magna cum
laude in 1958, he was already a celebrity, so the plans to teach were
shelved.
By 1955, he was so hot that Elvis
Presley opened for him one night
in Cleveland. Little Richard credited Boone with introducing rock to
white audiences with the cover of
Tutti Frutti.
Boone would have 38 Top 40 and
six No. 1 hits and still holds the
record for having at least one single
on the Billboard pop charts for 220
consecutive weeks.
On Billboards ranking of all Top
40 artists of the rock era from 1955
to 1995, Boone stands No. 9, right
behind the Rolling Stones and just
ahead of the Beach Boys.
With his movies Bernardine
and April Love becoming hits in
1957, he was voted the third most
popular star in America, according
to a poll of movie exhibitors.
The same year, with Boone just
23, ABC gave him his own TV variety series, The Pat Boone Chevy
Showroom, which was a hit
through the 1960 season.
Boone was simply on a fast track,
appearing in 18 other films, including the hits Mardi Gras, Journey to the Center of the Earth and
State Fair.
Last year I was on the set of

Pat Boone amid hysteria in 1956 in Akron, Ohio, while just starting his
run of six No. 1 songs and the hit movies Bernardine and April Love.

Boones Keys
00 One of the all-time pop

and gospel singers.


00 Overcame: Changes in

audience taste.
00 Lesson: For a long run,

stick to your core values.


00 I never bought into the

idea that entertainers owe


nothing to their audience
except a good performance.
Boonville Redemption, nothing to
do with my name, which is a faithbased film, a market that is doing
very well, said Boone. I also have
a part in the sequel to the very successful Gods Not Dead, which
will be released next year.
A longtime conservative activist,
Boone campaigned for Ronald Reagan for California governor in 1966
and 1970, and happened to call Reagan just as he won the presidency
in 1980. That made Boone the first
to congratulate him.
In 2011 he received a lifetime
achievement award from the Conservative Political Action Conference. He has continued to write
about social and political issues on
his blog at PatBoone.com and for
WorldNetDaily and Newsmax.
Boone admits his own family life
hasnt always been smooth. In 1968
he was so wrapped up in his career
that while he, his wife and children
attended church, they endured a
lot of friction. Through prayer and
study, Pat and Shirley had a spiritual awakening, recounted in the
1989 memoir A New Song.
Meanwhile, some of his of investments ranging from electric cars
and franchise restaurants to soybased food and sports franchises
went south. Even with all the precautions of my advisors, there
were a lot of fizzles, he said.

Healthy Path
He credits taking care of his
health, since the body is the temple of God, the Bible says, with
helping him have the energy to do
so much. His faith ultimately reduces stress.
From 1974 to 1977, Boone was on
Motowns country music label and
his family often performed together. On her own, daughter Debby
won the Grammy Award for Song
of the Year for 1977s You Light
Up My Life.
Boones sense of humor came to
the fore in 1997 with his hard-rock
album, In a Metal Mood: No More
Mr. Nice Guy, with big band arrangements of genre classics.
Then he appeared in leather with
fake tattoos on stage with Alice Cooper at the American Music Awards
to present that years trophy in the
hard rock-heavy metal category. A
Christian network, convinced hed
gone to the dark side, fired him, but
was eventually persuaded he was
just pushing creative boundaries

and having fun with the new look.


For the 2002-05 MTV reality series The Osbournes, Pats former
neighbor Ozzy Osbourne chose as
his theme song a version of Crazy
Train that recalled Boones swinging cover.
In 2003, the Nashville Gospel
Music Association inducted Boone
into its Hall of Fame, and three
years later he returned to his roots
with Pat Boone R&B Classics.
Also in 2006, he wrote the coffee
table volume Pat Boones America
A Pop Culture Treasury of the
Past 50 Years, with 200 rare photos.

Solid Partner
Ive known Pat for 22 years and
hes been our spokesman based on
a handshake, not a written contract, said Craig Smith, founder
and chairman of Swiss America
Trading, a gold and silver coin investment firm in Phoenix. Hes
the most decent and honest person
Ive ever met. I know he sounds too
good to be true!
Boone has his own labels, Lamb &
Lion Records, with contemporary
Christian groups, and Gold Label
Artists, which features rock and
pop bands/singers Sha Na Na, the
Ventures, Glen Campbell and Jack
Jones.
Then theres the Air Car, which
he presented on an episode of
Shark Tank taped last November
and broadcast in May. Robert Herjavec offered $5 million for 50% of
the first U.S. plant making the compressed-air-run vehicle.
Unfortunately, there was some
miscommunication with Roberts
team about the terms of the deal afterward, so Ive never received a
call from him, said Boone. But
Zero Pollution Motors, which is
where my investment is, has others
who are interested. The Indian
auto giant Tata MotorsTTM has
signed to produce it in China and
there are negotiations for the technology in Britain, Australia and
Japan.
If the revolutionary car doesnt
roll out of a factory here, not to
worry. Boone has done a U-turn
from those money troubles of years
ago while building a net worth of
over $60 million.
Pat and Shirley spend much of
their time on philanthropy, including a project in Tanzania to bring
clean water, medical care and education to rural tribes. In 2006 they
donated $3 million to endow the
Center for the Family, whose advisory board Pat chairs, at Pepperdine University in Malibu, Calif.
It has developed curricula to
teach how to build healthy relationships, and the classes are jammed,
he said. Theres interest from colleges all over the world because no
one else is doing this and were now
getting testimonials from students
who have benefited.Were so happy
to be able to use what we have been
blessed with to bless others.

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FRIDAY, AUGUST 7, 2015

DATA BUS

Health Care Dominates IPOs


Of the 127 initial public offerings
on U.S. markets thus far this year,
the health care sector leads the
field with 56, raising $5 billion,
followed by the technology and
financial sectors at 15 each.

INVESTORS.COM

IPOs by sector

Proceeds raised, in billions

60

$6

40

4
2

20
0

0
Health care Technology Financial Consumer

Source: Renaissance Capital (renaissancecapital.com)

Energy Capital goods/ Business


services
services

Other

Health care Technology Financial Consumer

Energy Capital goods/ Business


services
services

Other

INTERNET & TECHNOLOGY


Fitbit Price Targets Hiked As Stock Tumbles
Q2 Gross Profit Margin Down
CFO says Apple Watch
increased awareness for
fitness wearable sector

Stock Rebounds After Big Dip


Confirms Chevy Malibu
is latest to add companys
driver-assistance products

BY PATRICK SEITZ
INVESTOR'S BUSINESS DAILY

Fitbit could use a spotter.


The maker of wearable activity
trackers saw its shares tumble
Thursday, a day after the company
reported a second-quarter earnings beat that prompted several analysts to raise their price targets.
FitbitFIT stock plummeted 13.6%
Thursday to 44.60. This comes
after shares hit a record high of
51.90 on Wednesday, ahead of Fitbits first quarterly report as a publicly traded company.
Fitbit went public on June 18 at
20.
A decline in the companys gross
profit margin to 47% in the second quarter from 52% in the yearearlier quarter spooked investors.
The gross margin decline is a
sticking point in whats otherwise
a strong beat-and-raise quarter,
RBC Capital Markets analyst Mark
Sue said in a research report
Wednesday.
Foreign currency exchange impact accounted for about a third of
the decline, with upfront costs for
increased production capacity and
a mix shift to newer products making up the rest.
Cost optimization, supply-chain
improvements and scale should
help gross margins get back closer
to 50% longer term, Sue said.
Sue raised his price target on Fitbit stock to 53 from 45 and reiterated his outperform rating.
Piper Jaffray analyst Erinn Murphy said that the market overreacted to Fitbits gross margin decline.
She raised her price target on Fitbit
to 60 from 52 and maintained her
overweight rating.
The San Francisco-based company earned 21 cents a share excluding items on sales of $400 million.
Analysts polled by Thomson Reuters expected Fitbit to earn just 8
cents a share on sales of $319 mil-

Fox Not Seen


Reaching Deal
For All Of Hulu
BY REINHARDT KRAUSE
INVESTOR'S BUSINESS DAILY

Murdoch-controlled 21st Century


Fox might be interested in buying
full control of video streamer
Hulu, a Netflix rival, but its unlikely its two partners would sell, says
Stifel Nicolaus Research.
Walt DisneyDIS and ComcastCMCSA
are the two other owners of Hulu,
which has been making more content investments to spur subscriber growth.
On-demand video leader NetflixNFLX
, though, is much bigger and is
expanding internationally.
Many companies are interested
in video streaming assets, says Benjamin Mogil, an analyst at Stifel
Nicolaus, in a research report. He
says Disney and Comcast are unlikely to sell Hulu to Fox, which is
controlled by Rupert Murdoch and
the Murdoch family.
FoxFOXA reported Q2 earnings on
Wednesday and was among media
stocks hammered by Disneys comments late Tuesday on cable TV industry trends.
In the first (Fox earnings) call
with James and Lachlan Murdoch
at the helm, the two reiterated that
the company is in more of a build
vs. buy mode, basically ruling out
any material M&A, seeing few gaping holes in the asset collection,
Mogil wrote. While we believe
that the company would be very interested in consolidating Hulu,
such a move from the other partners seems unlikely, given the traction the service is having and the
fear of not having equity in a viable
OTT (over-the-top) or subscription video-on-demand (SVOD)
platform.
Hulu has 9 million subscribers.
James Murdoch has said Hulu
could reach 20 million to 30 million subscribers over time.

Mobileye Sales
Accelerate,
Beat Q2 Views

BY BRIAN DEAGON
INVESTOR'S BUSINESS DAILY

FitbitCEOJames Parkshowsoff oneof hisdevicesoutside theNYSE onJune 18,thedayof thecompanysIPO.

lion. On a year-over-year basis,


EPS rose 133% and sales jumped
253%. Fitbit also guided analysts
higher for the current quarter and
full year.

A Growth Market
Its early days in a growing market, Sue said. Fitbits focused on
long-term execution, innovation
and investing in the business in a
methodical manner.
Fitbit is working on improvements to its software and services
platform to increase user engagement.
It also is spending on a global multimedia campaign to drive global
awareness of its products and
brand ahead of the holiday shopping season.
To increase brand awareness last
quarter, Fitbit collaborated with
KelloggK cereals, ESPN and the
CBSCBS show The Amazing Race.
Fitbit sold 4.5 million devices in
Q2, which was above the consensus estimate of 3.9 million, William
Blair analyst Ralph Schackart said
in a report Wednesday. Average

selling price was $88, which was


higher than the consensus view of
$82, he said.
Fitbit competes with fitness
bands from GarminGRMN, Jawbone,
MicrosoftMSFT and others. Smartwatches made by companies such
as AppleAAPL also offer fitness-tracking features.
Fitbit has not seen any negative
impact from the launch of the
Apple Watch, Fitbit CFO Bill Zerella told IBD.
Our view is that were targeting
a different customer, Zerella said.
Apple is selling a general-purpose
smartwatch with fitness features,
and we are health and fitness focused.
But Apple likely increased awareness for fitness wearables by touting those features of its smartwatch, Zerella said.
Also, Fitbit sells a range of products costing $60 to $250, he said.
The Apple Watch starts at $349.
Fitbits biggest challenge has
been meeting demand for its fitness bands, Zerella said. Last quarter, Fitbit ramped up production ca-

pacity for the Charge HR fitness


band, which has been supply constrained, he said.
Our biggest hurdles have been
figuring out how to meet the demand, which is a good problem to
have, Zerella said. For the first
time, we are in a position across all
of our products to meet demand.
And thats never been the case before.

Sportswear In The Mix


Also interested in the digital fitness market are sportswear companies like Adidas, NikeNKE and
Under ArmourUA.
Germanys Adidas on Wednesday agreed to pay $239 million for
Runtastic, an Austrian fitness app
maker. Runtastic has 70 million
users.
Meanwhile, Under Armour has
invested $710 million in its Connected Fitness platform, the Wall
Street Journal reported.
The platform includes its acquisitions of health and fitness app companies MapMyFitness, Endomondo and MyFitnessPal.

Allergans Sale Of Its Generics Business


Clouds Its Guidance Next Few Quarters
No Outlook Until September
Drugmakers comments
point away from any deal
for Amgen, as Q2 beats
BY AMY REEVES
INVESTOR'S BUSINESS DAILY

Drug giant and IBD 50 stock Allergan modestly beat analysts Q2 consensus Thursday, but it put off guidance for another month as it sorts
through the impact of recent M&A.
AllergansAGN earnings, excluding one-time items, rose 29% from
the year-earlier quarter to $4.41 a
share, beating analysts consensus
by 3 cents, according to Thomson
Reuters. Revenue jumped 116% to
$5.76 billion, or $5.73 billion excluding divested Western European assets both topping consensus of $5.71 billion.
The firm put off updating guidance until September, due mostly
to last weeks deal to sell its genericdrug business to Teva PharmaceuticalTEVA for $40.5 billion. Allergan stock fell 5.1% Thursday.
On Allergans earnings call with
analysts Thursday morning, CFO
Tessa Hilado warned that modeling the future will be hard for the
next couple of quarters, due largely
to accounting rules.

Not An Easy Separation


In September, what we will be
providing you is what the remaining business will look like, Hilado
said. Thats not going to be a very
easy separation to do . . . . For instance, debt will continue to remain with the Allergan business
and not with the discontinued operations. Theres no such thing as
non-GAAP discontinued operations.
On the other hand, performance
of the lead drugs from the legacy

business of Allergan the corporate name that Actavis adopted


when it acquired Allergan in
March went on with little disruption despite that massive merger.
Sales of wrinkle treatment Botox
grew 9% year over year despite its
long tenure on the market, while
dermal fillers rose 10% and the Alphagan/Combigan glaucoma franchise gained 8%.
I highlight this because many
long-term investors had looked at
this quarter as a potential validation of Allergans business model,
Evercore ISI analyst Umer Raffat
wrote in an email to clients.

Were pretty bold in our


thinking.
Brenton Saunders, CEO, Allergan

While the Allergan-Actavis combination drove the firms tripledigit revenue growth, it also
notched organic growth. CEO
Brenton Saunders noted that 12 of
its top 15 branded products grew at
double-digit rates, excluding the
foreign-exchange impact.
Overall pro forma revenue grew
12%, excluding the FX impact, divestitures and dementia drug Namenda IR, which recently went off
patent.
On the call, Raffat asked a question deriving from last weeks rumors that Allergan might buy AmgenAMGN, which helped drive
Amgens stock up even before it reported a strong quarter late Thursday.
Raffat asked if Allergan might be
open to do a transformational deal
with a company growing slower
than itself, possibly facing headwinds from biosimilar competition. Amgen fits that description.
Saunders said that Allergan

would be fine with a company that


was a bit slower-growing on the
top line if it were accretive to the
bottom line, but not as slow as say,
3% to 4%.
This rule would seem to exclude
Amgen, whose estimated compound annual growth rate over the
next five years is only 3%. (Neither
Saunders nor Raffat mentioned
Amgen by name.)
On the other hand, Saunders
pointed out, Allergan has been
known to make deals that let it
keep the assets that it wants while
shedding those that it doesnt.
For instance, he noted that 2014s
buyout deal for Furiex Pharmaceuticals actually made by Saunders
former company Forest Laboratories, which Actavis was acquiring
at the time included a plan to divest an unwanted asset while keeping the pipeline drug they wanted.
Were pretty bold in our thinking, he said.
In response to another question,
though, Saunders called it unlikely
that Allergan can make another big
buyout before the Teva deal closes,
which is expected in Q1 2016.
The generics business might
haunt Allergan even after that; the
firm revealed that its been subpoenaed in a Justice Department investigation of why generic drug prices
have increased so much over the
last few years.
The company wouldnt comment
on that subject.
We imagine Allergan will remain a transitional company over
the near term, as management is
likely already contemplating its
next strategic move, Morningstar
analyst Michael Waterhouse
wrote in a research note Thursday.
We anticipate organic growth
will remain healthy, led in particular by Allergans ophthalmic, aesthetic and therapeutic Botox segments.

Mobileye, a leading provider of


driver-assistance technology that
could help lead to self-driving cars,
topped expectations with its second-quarter earnings Thursday
and raised its full-year guidance.
Before the market open, MobileyeMBLY reported revenue of $52.8
million, beating Wall Streets consensus estimate of $47.9 million. It
was up 57% from the year-earlier
quarter and ahead of 28% and 26%
year-over-year gains the two previous quarters.
The Israel-based firm said that its
earnings per share minus items
doubled to 10 cents, beating the
consensus estimate of 8 cents. Mobileye raised its full-year EPS guidance to a range of 44 cents to 45
cents, up from 39 cents, which also
was the consensus estimate of analysts polled by Thomson Reuters.
The company raised its 2015 revenue guidance to $235 million-$239
million, up 65% at the midpoint, vs.
its prior guidance of $217 million-$218 million.
Mobileye stock, down nearly 9%
early Thursday, ended the day
down a fraction, at 59.11. Shares are
up 46% this year and touched a
record high of 63.17 on July 21.
The company raised $890 million in an August 2014 initial public
offering, pricing shares at 25.
Mobileye designs and develops
software, chips and related technologies for camera-based advanced
driver-assistance systems (ADAS).
Its software and EyeQ system-on-achip are designed to anticipate possible collisions with vehicles, pedestrians, cyclists, animals, debris
and other obstacles. Its technology
also detects roadway markings,
traffic signs and traffic lights.
Mobileyes technology is used in
cars made by TeslaTSLA, Ford MotorF, BMW, General MotorsGM
and HondaHMC, among others.
Mobileye CEO Ziv Aviram, in the
companys earnings conference
call, confirmed recent media reports that GM will add Mobileye
technology to its Chevy Malibu.

VW FAST Addition
The Malibu is just one of a number of new EyeQ3 launches that
continue the growing trends of
camera-only autonomous emergency braking, which started last
quarter with Audi Q7, Aviram
said.
He also said, One of Latin Americas largest insurance companies,
after a successful pilot test last
year, is now purchasing our aftermarket solution to offer their fleet
customers.
VolkswagenVLKAY recently added
Mobileye to its list of strategic suppliers as part of its Future Automotive Supply Tracks (FAST) initiative.
That move could pave the way
for Mobileye to become VWs core
vision systems supplier, Morgan
Stanley analyst Ravi Shanker said
in a research report Monday.
Mobileye and DelphiDLPH are the
only ADAS suppliers that are part
of VWs FAST initiative, which we
believe could put both companies
in pole position to become VWs
core ADAS suppliers, he wrote.
For Mobileye in particular, this
could pave the way to vision ADAS
dominance, over time.
Mobileye did not give Q3 guidance. Consensus calls for revenue
of $57.7 million, up 66%, and EPS
of 10 cents, up from 5 cents.
In a research note last week, RBC
Capital Markets analyst Joseph
Spak raised his price target on Mobileye to 68 from 62, with an outperform rating, saying, Mobileye is a
unique opportunity to invest in a
company that is a leader in a market on the cusp of inflection.
Pacific Crest Securities analyst
Brad Erickson, in a research report
Tuesday, said recent checks indicate that active-safety technology
adoption remains relatively low in
the U.S. but is rising.

INVESTOR'S BUSINESS DAILY

MARKETS HIGH QUALITY ATHLETIC FOOTWEAR, APPAREL, EQUIPMENT OPERATES 24 ACUTE CARE HOSPITALS AND 216 BEHAVIORAL HEALTH CHINESE DEVELOPER OF PLASMA-BASED PHARMACEUTICALS, HUMAN
AND ACCESSORIES ON A WORLDWIDE BASIS.
CENTERS IN 37 STATES, WASHINGTON, D.C., PUERTO RICO
ALBUMIN AND IMMUNOGLOBULIN PRODUCTS.

+16% Ann. EPS Gro PE 31 Avg. D. Vol 2,984,300 Debt 11%


Last Qtr Eps +26%5 Last Qtr Sales +5%
4 Qtrs EPS ) 15%
Eps Due 9/23
Acc/Dis B+

A5

FRIDAY, AUGUST 7, 2015

NIKE INC CL B (NKE)


Grp 1
o$115.12 UNIVERSAL HEALTH SVCS B (UHS)
Grp 2
o$142.52 CHINA BIOLOGIC PRODUCTS (CBPO)
Grp 3
o$122.81
650.8M Shares 97 Comp. Rating 90 EPS RS 91 ROE 25% 79.9M Shares 98 Comp. Rating 93 EPS RS 94 ROE 17% 11.8M Shares 99 Comp. Rating 92 EPS RS 98 ROE 34%

+17% Ann. EPS Gro PE 22 Avg. Daily Vol 724,000 Debt 86%
Last Qtr Eps +19%6 Last Qtr Sales +11%
5 Qtrs EPS ) 15%
Acc/Dis B-

Near recent highs; stretched 11% past 103.89 flat-base entry Just below 144.10 entry after clearing 3-weeks-tight.

+25% Ann. EPS Gro PE 36 Avg. Daily Vol 242,900 Debt 19%
Last Qtr Eps +29% Last Qtr Sales +32%
7 Qtrs EPS ) 15%
Eps Due 11/5e
Acc/Dis B+

Clears 121.32 buy point in odd late-stage consolidation.

CELGENE CORP (CELG)


Grp 3
o$128.05 REGENERON PHARMACEUTICAL (REGN)
Grp 3
o$582.47 ACADIA HEALTHCARE INC (ACHC)
Grp 4
o$82.84
785.2M Shares 99 Comp. Rating 98 EPS RS 89 ROE 51% 67.9M Shares 99 Comp. Rating 93 EPS RS 96 ROE 52% 49.4M Shares 99 Comp. Rating 99 EPS RS 95 ROE 12%
DEVELOPS THERAPIES TO TREAT CANCER AND IMMUNE-INFLAMMATO- DEVELOPS DRUGS TO TREAT EYE DISEASES, INFLAMMATORY DISEASES PROVIDES PSYCHIATRIC SERVICES FOR BEHAVIORAL HEALTH DISORRY RELATED DISEASES BY REGULATING CELLS, GENES AND PROTEINS. AND CANCER.
DERS THROUGH 78 TREATMENT FACILITIES WITH 5,800 BEDS

+23% Ann. EPS Gro PE 30 Avg. D. Vol 4,655,100 Debt 96%


24 Qtrs EPS ) 15%
Eps Due 10/21
R&D 32%
Acc/Dis B

+104% Ann. EPS Gro PE 53 Avg. Daily Vol 743,700 Debt 18% +40% Ann. EPS Gro PE 43 Avg. Daily Vol 758,500 Debt 121%
Last Qtr Eps +17%6 Last Qtr Sales +50%
Last Qtr Eps +78%5 Last Qtr Sales+112%
3 Qtrs EPS ) 15%
10 Qtrs EPS ) 15%
Eps Due 11/4e
Acc/Dis B+
Acc/Dis B+

About 1% under 129.16 buy point in cup base, was up 9%.

Extended past 544.10 entry of late-stage base after gap up.

Near 81.86 three-weeks-tight entry.

AMSURG CORP (AMSG)


Grp 4
o$84.53 H F F INC CL A (HF)
Grp 5
o$40.62 ABBVIE INC (ABBV)
Grp 6
o$69.24
47.0M Shares 99 Comp. Rating 89 EPS RS 97 ROE 9% 34.0M Shares 99 Comp. Rating 99 EPS RS 86 ROE 34% 1577M Shares 97 Comp. Rating 88 EPS RS 86 ROE 172%

Your
Weekly
Review

Which Large-Cap Firms


Lead The Market Now?

OPERATES 242 AMBULATORY SURGERY CENTERS WITH PHYSICIAN PROVIDES COMMERCIAL REAL ESTATE AND CAPITAL MARKETS SERVIC- DEVELOPS HUMIRA, OTHER PHARMACEUTICAL, BIOLOGIC TREATMENTS B Y D A V I D S A I T O - C H U N G
INVESTOR'S BUSINESS DAILY
PRACTICE GROUPS IN 34 STATES AND THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA. ES TO THE U.S. COMMERCIAL REAL ESTATE INDUSTRY
FOR RHEUMATOID ARTHRITIS, PSORIASIS, CROHN'S DISEASE,

+16% Ann. EPS Gro PE 28 Avg. Daily Vol 343,700 Debt 133% +25% Ann. EPS Gro PE 21 Avg. Daily Vol 245,200 Debt 0%
Last Qtr Eps +47%5 Last Qtr Sales+131%
Last Qtr Eps +67%6Last Qtr Sales +32%
1 Qtrs EPS ) 15%
4 Qtrs EPS ) 15%
Eps Due 11/4e
Acc/Dis B+
Acc/Dis B-

+9% Ann. EPS Gro PE 18 Avg. D. Vol 8,995,700 Debt 606%


Eps Due 10/29
R&D 17%

Extended from 72.95 buy point after soaring on earnings.

In buy range, 4% above 66.76 cup-with-handle buy point.

Breaks support at 10-week line; 6% below 42.63 buy point.

Acc/Dis B+

VALEANT PHARMACEUTICALS (VRX)


Grp 6
o$248.40 ZOETIS INC (ZTS)
Grp 6
o$48.28 NETEASE INC ADR (NTES)
Grp 9
o$146.03
328.8M Shares 99 Comp. Rating 98 EPS RS 97 ROE 55% 495.0M Shares 93 Comp. Rating 87 EPS RS 88 ROE 70% 72.0M Shares 99 Comp. Rating 90 EPS RS 95 ROE 22%
DEVELOPS BRANDED DRUGS IN THE AREAS OF DERMATOLOGY, NEU- DEVELOPS ANIMAL HEALTH MEDICINES AND VACCINES WITH A FOCUS CHINESE PROVIDER OF AN INTERACTIVE ONLINE GAMING COMMUNIROLOGY AND EYE HEALTH AND OTC PRODUCTS.
ON LIVESTOCK AND COMPANION ANIMALS.
TY, INTERNET PORTAL AND WIRELESS VALUE-ADDED SERVICES.

+37% Ann. EPS Gro PE 26 Avg. D. Vol 1,626,700 Debt 287%


Last Qtr Eps +34% Last Qtr Sales +34%
9 Qtrs EPS ) 15%
Eps Due 10/19
Acc/Dis B

+25% Ann. EPS Gro PE 29 Avg. D. Vol 3,553,800 Debt 278%


Last Qtr Eps +13%5 Last Qtr Sales +1%
Eps Due 11/4e
R&D 8%
Acc/Dis C

+17% Ann. EPS Gro PE 23 Avg. Daily Vol 947,500 Debt 0%


Last Qtr Eps +20%5 Last Qtr Sales +55%
1 Qtrs EPS ) 15%
Eps Due 8/12
R&D 11%
Acc/Dis B

Once-7% gain from 246.11 entry sags to 1% above entry.

Slides below 50-day line; no proper entry so far.

Turns volatile, struggles to hold 10-week line.

COCA COLA BTLG CONSOL (COKE)


Grp 10
$162.11 MONSTER BEVERAGE CORP (MNST)
Grp 10
o$144.87 PALO ALTO NETWORKS (PANW)
Grp 11
o$174.49
4.6M Shares 99 Comp. Rating 85 EPS RS 98 ROE 21% 165.4M Shares 99 Comp. Rating 93 EPS RS 94 ROE 39% 69.4M Shares 99 Comp. Rating 99 EPS RS 97 ROE 9%

Amid the vast list in todays Your


Weekly Review, large-cap stocks
are far in the minority. Yet they deserve attention for several reasons.
Trading liquidity is important. Big
caps have it. Check this by going either to a stocks chart or viewing its
IBD Stock Checkup at investors.com (see the Technical Performance section). The average volume ideally is 500,000 shares or
more. Dollar volume share volume times the share price should
be hefty, preferably at least $25 million.
Large caps tend to show less dayto-day volatility, except when they
trigger sell signals. The steep selloff in DisneyDIS (not in this weeks
YWR) is a clear violation of the
50-day moving average and a mustsell situation for new buyers.
Finally, large caps with outstanding products, management and financial discipline, plus a competitive position in a growth industry,
stand a good chance of becoming
megacaps. In other words, a compa-

ny with a $15 billion market cap


IBDs general definition of a large
cap could go on to grow to $50 billion, $100 billion or more.
Sportswear and shoe king NikeNKE
($98 billion) has logged nine up
weeks in a row, a key sign of robust
institutional demand. A pullback
wouldnt be surprising. The stock is
up as much as 46% since clearing an
80.40 buy point in early September.
HCA HoldingsHCA, part of the No.
2-ranked Medical-Hospitals group,
stands near the top of Fridays YWR
tables. It has a market value of $38
billion and was No. 1 in last weeks
list. The stock dipped briefly below
its 10-week moving average on
Wednesday after reporting flat
earnings for Q2. The stocks longterm trend has been superb since
HCA initially broke out near 32 in
January 2013.
Animal health firm ZoetisZTS ($24
billion) is testing support at its
10-week line.
Palo Alto NetworksPANW ($15 billion) is undercutting its 10-week
line in heavy trade. Further weakness would trigger a sell signal for
long-term holders in the stock.

MANUFACTURES NON-ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES PRIMARILY UNDER MANUFACTURES ALTERNATIVE BEVERAGES INCLUDING ENERGY PROVIDES NETWORK SECURITY INFRASTRUCTURE PRODUCTS FOR ENBRANDS LICENSED FROM THE COCA-COLA COMPANY.
DRINKS, FRUIT JUICES, SMOOTHIES AND NATURAL SODAS.
TERPRISES, SERVICE PROVIDERS AND GOVERNMENT ENTITIES.

+12% Ann. EPS Gro PE 34 Avg. Daily Vol 48,900 Debt 242%
Last Qtr Eps +29%6 Last Qtr Sales +34%
3 Qtrs EPS ) 15%
Eps Due 11/4e
Acc/Dis B+

+19% Ann. EPS Gro PE 51 Avg. D. Vol 1,102,600 Debt 0%


0 Qtrs EPS ) 15%
Eps Due 8/7e

Extended past 116.55 buy point of June breakout.

Up 4% past 139.75 cup-with-handle entry.

Acc/Dis A-

+67% Ann. EPS Gro PE 257 Avg. D. Vol 1,471,600 Debt 100%
Last Qtr Eps +109%5 Last Qtr Sales +55%
8 Qtrs EPS ) 15%
Eps Due 9/9
Acc/Dis CSup/Demand 88

Failing in new test of support at the 10-week line.

VERISIGN INC (VRSN)


Grp 11
o$70.62 PINNACLE ENTERTAINMENT (PNK)
Grp 12
o$39.00 ALLEGIANT TRAVEL COMPANY (ALGT)
Grp 13
o$223.96
115.3M Shares 92 Comp. Rating 88 EPS RS 88 ROE 0% 56.3M Shares 97 Comp. Rating 88 EPS RS 96 ROE 35% 13.4M Shares 99 Comp. Rating 98 EPS RS 97 ROE 34%

Weekly Review August 3 - August 7


All stocks above $10, within 15% of 12-month high, Earnings Per
Share (EPS) Rating 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.
Company

Symbol

PROVIDES DOMAIN NAME REGISTRY SERVICES AND INTERNET SECURI- OWNS AND OPERATES 15 GAMING PROPERTIES IN CO, IN, IA, LA, MO, PROVIDES POINT-TO-POINT LOW FARE PASSENGER AIRLINE SERVICE
Nike Cl B
TY FOR WEBSITE AND ENTERPRISES WORLDWIDE.
MS AND NV AND A RACETRACK FACILITY IN OH
FROM 81 SMALL CITIES TO 13 LEISURE DESTINATIONS IN THE U.S.

+19% Ann. EPS Gro PE 25 Avg. Daily Vol 894,500 Debt n/a
0 Qtrs EPS ) 15%
Eps Due 10/21
R&D 7%
Acc/Dis A

+19% Ann. EPS Gro PE 25 Avg. Daily Vol 895,200 Debt 999% +32% Ann. EPS Gro PE 23 Avg. Daily Vol 189,400 Debt 184%
0 Qtrs EPS ) 15%
Last Qtr Eps +71%6 Last Qtr Sales +11%
3 Qtrs EPS ) 15%
Eps Due 11/4
Eps Due 10/20
Acc/Dis AAcc/Dis B+
Sup/Demand 77
Sup/Demand 85

In buy range from 68.35 buy point of cup-shaped base.

Below 40.52 entry after breakout from flawed consolidation.

In profit-taking zone from 183.61 entry in cup with handle.

ALASKA AIR GROUP INC (ALK)


Grp 13
o$77.75 JETBLUE AIRWAYS CORP (JBLU)
Grp 13
o$23.27 RYANAIR HLDGS PLC ADR (RYAAY)
Grp 13
o$75.65
128.3M Shares 98 Comp. Rating 98 EPS RS 95 ROE 27% 307.0M Shares 95 Comp. Rating 98 EPS RS 96 ROE 10% 258.4M Shares 94 Comp. Rating 86 EPS RS 90 ROE 16%
PROVIDES AIRLINE PASSENGER TRANSPORTATION VIA ITS ALASKA PROVIDES POINT-TO-POINT PASSENGER AIRLINE SERVICE TO 87 CIT- IRISH PASSENGER AIRLINE SERVING 1,600 SCHEDULED SHORT-HAUL,
AIRLINES AND HORIZON AIR SUBSIDIARIES.
IES IN 27 STATES, PUERTO RICO, VIRGIN ISLANDS
POINT-TO-POINT FLIGHTS THROUGHOUT EUROPE, MOROCCO.

+34% Ann. EPS Gro PE 15 Avg. D. Vol 1,476,200 Debt 32%


Last Qtr Eps +56%6 Last Qtr Sales +5%
7 Qtrs EPS ) 15%
Acc/Dis ASup/Demand 78

Extended 9% above 71.50 entry in late-stage base.

+42% Ann. EPS Gro PE 17 Avg. D. Vol 8,766,600 Debt 78%


Last Qtr Eps +132%6 Last Qtr Sales +8%
3 Qtrs EPS ) 15%
Eps Due 10/21
Acc/Dis C
Sup/Demand 94

+22% Ann. EPS Gro PE 19 Avg. Daily Vol 387,300 Debt 80%
0 Qtrs EPS)15%
Eps Due 11/3e

Extended past 21.70; 3-weeks-tight shows 24.29 entry.

5% past 71.89 cup entry after support at 10-week line.

Acc/Dis A-

APOGEE ENTERPRISES (APOG)


Grp 14
o$53.22 ACUITY BRANDS INC (AYI)
Grp 14
o$205.32 MASCO CORP (MAS)
Grp 14
o$26.44
28.1M Shares 98 Comp. Rating 99 EPS RS 87 ROE 12% 42.7M Shares 99 Comp. Rating 97 EPS RS 95 ROE 16% 305.9M Shares 96 Comp. Rating 94 EPS RS 90 ROE 47%
MANUFACTURES GLASS WALLS, WINDOWS AND FILM COATINGS FOR ENGAGED IN THE PRODUCTION OF LIGHTING PRODUCTS FOR THE IN- MANUFACTURES CABINETS, PLUMBING, OTHER PRODUCTS FOR HOME
COMMERCIAL BUILDINGS AND ELECTRONICS DISPLAYS.
DUSTRIAL, COMMERCIAL AND RESIDENTIAL MARKETS.
IMPROVEMENT AND NEW CONSTRUCTION MARKETS.

+54% Ann. EPS Gro PE 31 Avg. Daily Vol 324,400 Debt 5%


Last Qtr Eps +95%5 Last Qtr Sales +14%
15 Qtrs EPS ) 15%
Acc/Dis BSup/Demand 77

+20% Ann. EPS Gro PE 41 Avg. Daily Vol 425,200 Debt 30%
Last Qtr Eps +37%6 Last Qtr Sales +13%
4 Qtrs EPS ) 15%
Eps Due 9/29
Acc/Dis A-

+74% Ann. EPS Gro PE 24 Avg. D. Vol 4,320,900 Debt 316%


Last Qtr Eps +36%5 Last Qtr Sales +3%
3 Qtrs EPS ) 15%

Extended past 172.86 flat base entry.

Extended 10% past 25.04 buy point from flat base.

Acc/Dis ASup/Demand 80

Acc EPS RS
P/E Dis Rtg Rtg

NKE 31 B
Universal Hlthsvcs UHS 22 B
China Biologic Pro CBPO 36 B
Celgene
CELG 30 B
Regeneron Pharmctl REGN 53 B
Acadia Healthcare ACHC 43 B
Amsurg A
AMSG 28 B
H F F Inc Cl A
HF 21 B
Abbvie Inc
ABBV 18 B
Valeant Pharmaceut VRX 26 B
Zoetis Inc
ZTS 29 C
Netease Inc Adr
NTES 23 B
Coca Cola Bottling COKE 34 B
Monster Beverage MNST 51 A
Palo Alto Networks PANW 257 C
Verisign
VRSN 25 A
Pinnacle Entertnmn PNK 25 B
Allegiant Travel C ALGT 23 A
Alaska Air
ALK 15 A
Jetblue Airways
JBLU 17 C
Ryanair
RYAAY 19 A
Apogee Entrprises APOG 31 B
Acuity Brands
AYI 41 A
Masco
MAS 24 A
Mohawk Industries MHK 23 C
P G T Inc
PGTI 28 A
Interface Inc
TILE 30 A
Sabre Corporation SABR 28 A
Allergan
AGN 20 A
Ellie Mae Inc
ELLI 54 B

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A+ 0.1
A+ 1.6
A+ 0.1
A+ 0.1
A+ 0.1
A+ 0.1
A+ 2.8
A+ 9.8
A+ 1.2

IBD Weekly Review 85-85 Index


Performance of Your Weekly Review stocks, which have Earnings
Per Share and Relative Price Strength Ratings of 85 or higher
450%

Forming late-stage base with 61.15 buy point.

400

MOHAWK INDUSTRIES INC (MHK)


Grp 14
o$197.64 P G T INC (PGTI)
Grp 14
o$14.25 INTERFACE INC (TILE)
Grp 14
o$26.34
63.6M Shares 95 Comp. Rating 97 EPS RS 91 ROE 13% 42.5M Shares 99 Comp. Rating 91 EPS RS 96 ROE 35% 64.1M Shares 94 Comp. Rating 89 EPS RS 96 ROE 13%
MANUFACTURES FLOOR COVERING PRODUCTS FOR RESIDENTIAL AND MAKES RESIDENTIAL IMPACT-RESISTANT ALUMINUM AND VINYL WIN- MANUFACTURES AND MARKETS MODULAR FLOORCOVERINGS FOR
COMMERCIAL APPLICATIONS IN THE U.S. AND EUROPE.
DOWS/DOORS UNDER THE WINGUARD AND OTHER BRAND NAMES.
COMMERCIAL, INSTITUTIONAL AND RESIDENTIAL MARKETS

+46% Ann. EPS Gro PE 23 Avg. Daily Vol 467,600 Debt 32%
13 Qtrs EPS ) 15%
Eps Due 7/31e
Acc/Dis C

+157% Ann. EPS Gro PE 28 Avg. D. Vol 438,900 Debt 259%


Last Qtr Eps +6%6 Last Qtr Sales +24%
0 Qtrs EPS ) 15%
Acc/Dis A-

+10% Ann. EPS Gro PE 30 Avg. Daily Vol 499,900 Debt 86%
Last Qtr Eps +65%6 Last Qtr Sales +1%
3 Qtrs EPS ) 15%
Acc/Dis A-

85-85 Index:
S&P 500:

437%
59.3%

85-85 Index

Performance 1/1/01 to 7/31/15


350

300

250

200

Nearly 5% past 188.39 buy point; RS line at new high.

Recovers 10-week line, but deep sell-off scars chart.

23% past 21.48 entry of cup-with-handle; profit-taking zone.

SABRE CORPORATION (SABR)


Grp 15
o$28.10 ALLERGAN PLC (AGN)
Grp 17
o$319.47 ELLIE MAE INC (ELLI)
Grp 18
o$79.26
263.4M Shares 91 Comp. Rating 86 EPS RS 94 ROE 0% 388.5M Shares 99 Comp. Rating 97 EPS RS 91 ROE 16% 27.3M Shares 98 Comp. Rating 99 EPS RS 98 ROE 15%
PROVIDES END-TO-END TECHNOLOGY SOLUTIONS TO A BROAD RANGE DEVELOPS GENERIC AND BRANDED DRUGS FOR HYPERTENSION, PROVIDES MORTGAGE ORIGINATION SVCS THROUGH A NETWORK CONOF TRAVEL SUPPLIERS AND BUYERS LOCATED AROUND THE WORLD. SLEEP DISORDER, CONTRACEPTION, PAIN AND OTHERS.
NECTING OVER 109,000 PROFESSIONALS AND LENDERS.

+18% Ann. EPS Gro PE 28 Avg. D. Vol 2,189,800 Debt 999%


1 Qtrs EPS ) 15%
Eps Due 11/11e
Acc/Dis A-

+46% Ann. EPS Gro PE 20 Avg. D. Vol 2,139,800 Debt 52%


10 Qtrs EPS ) 15%
Eps Due 11/5e
R&D 8%
Acc/Dis A-

+12% Ann. EPS Gro PE 54 Avg. Daily Vol 410,600 Debt 0%


Last Qtr Eps +50%6 Last Qtr Sales +65%
3 Qtrs EPS ) 15%
Eps Due 10/28
R&D 17%
Acc/Dis B+
Sup/Demand 83

In buy range from 315.10 cup with handle entry.

Steady climber is 18% past 67.10 buy point.

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Extended after clearing base with 26.53 buy point.

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FAIR ISAAC CORP (FICO)


Grp 18
o$90.68 S S & C TECHNOLOGIES (SSNC)
Grp 18
o$67.81 ENVISION HEALTHCARE HLDG (EVHC)
Grp 19
o$44.26
29.6M Shares 93 Comp. Rating 89 EPS RS 91 ROE 26% 73.3M Shares 98 Comp. Rating 90 EPS RS 92 ROE 16% 76.1M Shares 99 Comp. Rating 90 EPS RS 92 ROE 14%
DEVELOPS DECISION-MAKING SOFTWARE FOR FINANCIAL SERVICES, PROVIDES SOFTWARE FOR THE FINANCIAL SERVICES INDUSTRY TO PROVIDES PHYSICIAN-LED, OUTSOURCED MEDICAL SERVICES IN THE
INSURANCE, HEALTHCARE, RETAIL AND GOVERNMENT SECTORS.
SUPPORT INVESTMENT MANAGEMENT AND OTHER FUNCTIONS
U.S. WITH MORE THAN 20,000 AFFILIATED CLINICIANS.

+9% Ann. EPS Gro PE 23 Avg. Daily Vol 173,100 Debt 83%
1 Qtrs EPS ) 15%
Eps Due 11/4
R&D 11%
Acc/Dis C+

+28% Ann. EPS Gro PE 27 Avg. Daily Vol 707,500 Debt 46%
1 Qtrs EPS ) 15%
Eps Due 10/27
R&D 7%
Acc/Dis B+

+116% Ann. EPS Gro PE 33 Avg. D. Vol 1,767,200 Debt 115%


Last Qtr Eps +32%5 Last Qtr Sales +26%
1 Qtrs EPS ) 15%

Retreats after clearing 94.23 cup w/handle entry, thin.

Eases to 4% past 65.10 entry but low-volume breakout.

Holds near new high, 10% past 40.37 entry of shallow cup.

V C A INC (WOOF)
Grp 19
o$57.08 CULP INC (CFI)
Grp 20
o$29.92 FLEXSTEEL INDUSTRIES INC (FLXS)
Grp 20
$40.71
78.1M Shares 96 Comp. Rating 86 EPS RS 89 ROE 13% 9.3M Shares 95 Comp. Rating 89 EPS RS 95 ROE 15% 6.4M Shares 90 Comp. Rating 87 EPS RS 88 ROE 12%
PROVIDES VETERINARY SERVICES THROUGH A NETWORK OF 643 HOS- MANUFACTURES UPHOLSTERY AND MATTRESS FABRICS FOR COMMER- MANUFACTURES UPHOLSTERED AND WOOD SOFAS, CHAIRS, SWIVEL
PITALS AND 59 DIAGNOSTIC LABORATORIES IN THE U.S. AND CANADA. CIAL AND RESIDENTIAL FURNITURE AND THE BEDDING INDUSTRY.
ROCKERS, CONVERTIBLE BEDDING UNITS, OCCASIONAL TABLES, DESKS

+13% Ann. EPS Gro PE 27 Avg. Daily Vol 656,200 Debt 65%
Last Qtr Eps +27%5 Last Qtr Sales +12%
4 Qtrs EPS ) 15%
Acc/Dis B

Weekly Review August 3 - August 7


All stocks above $10, within 15% of 12-month high, Earnings Per
Share (EPS) Rating 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.
Company

Vol
% Price
Chg Close

Acc EPS RS
P/E Dis Rtg Rtg

Symbol

Fair Isaac Corp


FICO 23 C
S S & C Technologi SSNC 27 B
Envision Healthcar EVHC 33 A
V C A Inc
WOOF 27 B
Culp Inc
CFI 19 B
Flexsteel Inds
FLXS 14 C
Hooker Furniture HOFT 20 B
Knoll Inc
KNL 17 B
Abiomed
ABMD 108 A
Cambrex
CBM 27 B
Edwards Lifescienc EW 35 B
Lemaitre Vascular LMAT 39 A
Merit Medical Syst MMSI 27 A
Neogen
NEOG 64 B
Vascular Solutions VASC 40 B
Natus Medical
BABY 33 B
Cantel Medical
CMN 41 B
Masimo Corp
MASI 28 B
Helen Of Troy
HELE 15 B
Prestige Brands
PBH 25 B
Usana Hlth Science USNA 24 A
B O F I Holding In
BOFI 24 A
Cape Bancorp Inc CBNJ 13 A
First Defiance Fin FDEF 14 B
Legacytexas Financ LTXB 22 C
G Iii Apparel Grou
GIII 30 B
Oxford Industries OXM 25 B
Equinix Inc
EQIX 75 A
Aetna
AET 16 B
Molina Healthcare MOH 21 A

89
90
90
86
89
87
94
90
99
99
96
88
86
85
95
90
92
89
86
96
96
96
87
93
96
95
87
97
91
97

91 +7
92 32
92 +2
89 +110
95 59
88 +3
92 51
87 46
99 +156
98 +64
90 +3
97 3
97 9
94 9
93 12
94 30
93 20
97 +66
91 4
94 +49
97 +112
97 +109
86 +1
88 5
89 28
96 28
92 36
89 20
92 14
97 10

90.68
67.81
44.26
57.08
29.92
40.71
24.07
24.34
94.32
50.00
144.28
13.27
25.24
57.53
37.58
45.43
54.25
42.34
90.75
48.28
156.84
130.42
10.90
38.17
29.85
69.91
84.36
280.00
116.40
76.32

0.01
0.22
0.54
4.45
0.33
+0.79
0.88
+0.14
+16.9
+0.75
7.88
0.97
0.32
0.66
+0.35
+0.27
0.63
+0.66
+2.97
+0.66
+32.2
+7.57
+0.29
0.28
0.54
2.32
+0.43
+1.09
+3.43
+0.89

Reverses, dives back below 57.17 buy point.

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Emerald Growth A
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Eaton V Worldwide

A+
A+
A+
A+
A+
A+
A+
A+
A+
A+
A+
A+
A+
A+
A+
A+
A+
A+
A+
A+
A+
A+
A+
A+
A+
A+
A+
A+
A+
A+

0.2
0.3
1.2
0.6
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.1
0.6
0.9
2.9
0.2
0.1
0.1
0.5
1.4
0.1
0.7
0.2
1.2
0.1
1.4
0.0
0.0
0.6
4.5
0.1
3.2
4.6
2.2

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+
+
+
N
N
N
N

+
+

+
+
+

Total Volume: 9,350,328

+21% Ann. EPS Gro PE 20 Avg. Daily Vol 113,000 Debt 0%


Last Qtr Eps +23%6 Last Qtr Sales -1%
Acc/Dis B

15 E
24 E
96 D
72 B
73 B+

Change: "18.8%

IMO

37.01 +0.65

386

38.37
27.18
33.89
90.92
30.00

FEN
CRF
STRP
PRK
TIS

26.20
18.47
23.26
87.31
26.52

180 +150
128 +63
270 +56
34 +38
111 +35

10 Most Active Stocks


EPS Rel Acc
Rnk Str Dis Stock Name

61
14
42
62
22
51
43
7
10
20

24 D+
8 C
5 C
16 D+
4D
3D
99 A+
5E
98 B
30 D+

SynrgyRsrcs
TriaglPtrl
NorthOilGas
Globalstr
NewGold
ActiniumPhr
Oragenics
Organovo
SynthticBiolg
CheniereEngy

10 Most % Up

+29% Ann. EPS Gro PE 27 Avg. Daily Vol 404,100 Debt 24%
5 Qtrs EPS ) 15%
Eps Due 10/28
R&D 3%
Acc/Dis B+
Sup/Demand 81

+19% Ann. EPS Gro PE 35 Avg. D. Vol 1,072,600 Debt 27%


2 Qtrs EPS ) 15%
Eps Due 10/21
R&D 15%
Acc/Dis B

+24% Ann. EPS Gro PE 39 Avg. Daily Vol 135,800 Debt 0%


Last Qtr Eps +25%6 Last Qtr Sales +10%
3 Qtrs EPS ) 15%

Extended from 2nd test of 10-week line after June breakout.

Testing support; gives up 147.40 cup w/ handle entry.

Thin stock well-extended after late April breakout.

DEVELOPS DISPOSABLE MEDICAL DEVICES FOR USE IN INTERVENTION- DEVELOPS DIAGNOSTIC TEST KITS FOR FOOD SAFETY, AND PHARMA- DEVELOPS MEDICAL DEVICES USED IN INTERVENTIONAL PROCEDURES
AL CARDIOLOGY AND RADIOLOGY.
CEUTICALS AND VACCINES FOR ANIMAL SAFETY.
BY CARDIOLOGISTS AND RADIOLOGISTS.

+7% Ann. EPS Gro PE 27 Avg. Daily Vol 304,000 Debt 49%
Last Qtr Eps +67%5 Last Qtr Sales +7%
3 Qtrs EPS ) 15%
R&D 7%
Acc/Dis A

E
P R Grp Acc 52-Wk
S S Str Dis Hi Stock

73 82 C C 42.0 Libbey

For Thursday, August 6, 2015

BTI 118.6

.74

CDE
20 30 D D+
26 40 D E
5 34 B D+
4 75 B B
93 80 C+ C
.. 62 C B+

85.0 CheniereEngy
34.6 ChenierePart
26.1 CheniereEnrg
64.4 ConsTomoka
29.0 CoreMldng
61.4 DX S500VltyRs

.17
.08
21.90 +.70
56.63 1.37
18.10 .72
59.66 .37

LNG 64.81

CQP 29.85
CQH
CTO
CMT
VSPY

FGH
54 76 C D+ 13.3 HC2

HCHC

7.25

29.9 ImpacM
53.3 ImperialOil
32.1 IS MscHkSC
77.4 IS MscWldEtf

+.17
IMO 37.01 +.65
EWHS 24.63 .23
URTH 73.29 .79
IMH 20.75

+19% Ann. EPS Gro PE 40 Avg. Daily Vol 134,000 Debt 0%


Last Qtr Eps +38%5 Last Qtr Sales +22%
2 Qtrs EPS ) 15%
R&D 15%
Acc/Dis B-

Triggers 8-week hold rule after breakout over 50.32.

Thin stock is back to 4% past 36.04 entry from cup base.

Extended 6% past 42.81 cup w/ handle buy point.

8,4
115,6
61,1
386,1
2,9
9,3
491,6
9,2
215,6
36,2

+10% Ann. EPS Gro PE 28 Avg. Daily Vol 350,900 Debt 41%
Last Qtr Eps +72%5 Last Qtr Sales +11%
3 Qtrs EPS ) 15%
Eps Due 10/29e
Acc/Dis B+

First visit to 10-wk line after breakout over 49.76.

Extended after Feb. breakout; many pullbacks to 10-wk line.

HELEN OF TROY LTD (HELE)


Grp 23
o$90.75 PRESTIGE BRANDS HOLDINGS (PBH)
Grp 23
o$48.28 U S A N A HEALTH SCIENCE (USNA)
Grp 23
$156.84
28.3M Shares 96 Comp. Rating 86 EPS RS 91 ROE 18% 52.1M Shares 98 Comp. Rating 96 EPS RS 94 ROE 16% 5.6M Shares 99 Comp. Rating 96 EPS RS 97 ROE 31%
MARKETS HAIR DRYERS, MIRRORS, HAIR STYLING ITEMS, FACIAL MARKETS OTC SORE-THROAT DRUGS, LIQUID BANDAGES, WART RE- MANUFACTURER AND NETWORK MARKETER OFFERING VITAMIN AND
CARE APPLIANCES, KITCHEN TOOLS AND STORAGE PRODUCTS.
MOVER, HOUSEHOLD CLEANING PRODUCTS AND OTHER ITEMS.
MINERAL SUPPLEMENTS, HEALTH FOODS AND SKIN CARE PRODUCTS

+20% Ann. EPS Gro PE 15 Avg. Daily Vol 302,100 Debt 45%
Last Qtr Eps +2%6 Last Qtr Sales +11%
0 Qtrs EPS ) 15%

(Stocks Over $12)

+0.60
+0.70
+0.43
+0.65
+0.25
+0.15
+0.16
+0.14
+0.17
+0.30

+24% Ann. EPS Gro PE 41 Avg. Daily Vol 128,600 Debt 22%
Last Qtr Eps +17%5 Last Qtr Sales +18%
2 Qtrs EPS ) 15%
R&D 2%
Acc/Dis B-

+26

87
18
52
+26
62
+4
+103
13
+29
43

Acc/Dis B-

Consolidating below 10-week line after failed breakout.

+15% Ann. EPS Gro PE 25 Avg. Daily Vol 236,900 Debt 253% +15% Ann. EPS Gro PE 24 Avg. Daily Vol 125,300 Debt 0%
3 Qtrs EPS ) 15%
Last Qtr Eps +41%5 Last Qtr Sales +24%
Eps Due 11/6e
4 Qtrs EPS ) 15%
Acc/Dis B

Extended from multiple tests of 10-week line.

LBY 37.07

.94 +56
+.53 14
.88 1x
+.05 34

Triggers 8% sell rule but then gaps up 11% past 141.09 entry.

HOLDING COMPANY FOR BOFI FEDERAL BANK OPERATING PRIMARILY HOLDING COMPANY FOR CAPE BANK OPERATING VIA 14 OFFICES IN HOLDING CO FOR FIRST FEDERAL BANK OF THE MIDWEST OPERATING
THROUGH THE INTERNET AND FROM ONE OFFICE IN SAN DIEGO, CA. CAPE MAY AND ATLANTIC COUNTIES, NJ.
VIA 33 OFFICES IN 14 COUNTIES IN OHIO, INDIANA AND MICHIGAN.

+32% Ann. EPS Gro PE 24 Avg. Daily Vol 212,400 Debt 247% +45% Ann. EPS Gro PE 13 Avg. Daily Vol 36,600 Debt 90%
Last Qtr Eps +41%5 Last Qtr Sales +42%
16 Qtrs EPS ) 15%
Eps Due 11/2
.26 28
Acc/Dis A+
Acc/Dis A
Sup/Demand 83

ST

66 96 B D 33.9 StrghtPath B STRP 23.26


61 24 E D+ 13.8 SynrgyRsrcs SYRG 10.15
+29
73 76 B+ A 57.2 Tompkns
TMP 53.62
+26
UVWXYZ
33k
90k 26 35 B B 13.0 Volt Info Sci VISI 9.80

Acc/Dis A-

B O F I HOLDING INC (BOFI)


Grp 25
o$130.42 CAPE BANCORP INC (CBNJ)
Grp 25
$10.90 FIRST DEFIANCE FINL (FDEF)
Grp 25
$38.17
13.4M Shares 99 Comp. Rating 96 EPS RS 97 ROE 18% 11.3M Shares 98 Comp. Rating 87 EPS RS 86 ROE 5% 8.9M Shares 95 Comp. Rating 93 EPS RS 88 ROE 9%

Closing
Vol%
Symbol Price Chg Chg

14 .. 23 C E 16.0 NuvnDivCom CFD 10.80 .07 5


.. 70 C C 17.3 NuvnLg/StCmd CTF 16.32 .02 73
75 68 C B 17.0 Owens Realty ORM 14.53 .47 79k
+19
PQR
45
PARR 18.53 +.43 52k
18 77 43 B B 25.7 ParPetrol
PRK 87.31 1.41 +38
48 53 72 A B 90.9 ParkNatl
PFNX 18.61 1.95 43k
77k 2 99 A+ B 24.4 Pfenex
95 .. 36 C D 36.2 PS30YrTipTsy RINF 29.74 +.14 +217k
34 12 E D 18.6 Ring Energy REI 8.75 +.49 6

.49 +19k

IJKL
60 99 A+ D+
18 24 D B
.. 26 C C
.. 62 C B

0.32
0.60
0.94
1.41
0.75

MNO

AB
55 72 A B N H BritAmerTob

72 UniqueFabr
34 CheniereEnrg
43 ParPetrol
24 ImperialOil
79 EV NJMu
47 EVCAMu2
14 NeubrgrBrm
90 Delta
99 ImpacM
31 CentGold

E
P R Grp Acc 52-Wk
S S Str Dis Hi Stock

Closing
Vol%
Symbol Price Chg Chg

+10% Ann. EPS Gro PE 64 Avg. Daily Vol 191,900 Debt 0%


Last Qtr Eps +25%5 Last Qtr Sales +17%
1 Qtrs EPS ) 15%
Eps Due 9/21
Acc/Dis B-

13.90
21.90
18.53
37.01
14.25
12.38
13.95
14.18
20.75
37.60

77
5
77
18
..
..
..
77
60
..

Acc/Dis A-

MERIT MEDICAL SYSTEMS (MMSI)


Grp 21
o$25.24 NEOGEN CORP (NEOG)
Grp 21
o$57.53 VASCULAR SOLUTIONS (VASC)
Grp 21
o$37.58
41.4M Shares 96 Comp. Rating 86 EPS RS 97 ROE 8% 34.8M Shares 96 Comp. Rating 85 EPS RS 94 ROE 10% 16.1M Shares 99 Comp. Rating 95 EPS RS 93 ROE 14%

10.15
3.93
5.03
1.99
1.93
1.79
3.12
3.02
3.10
64.81

14
+15
+112
49
+108
15
+181
+8
+10
+19

Extended after huge breakout over 77 buy point.

MAKES ACTIVE PHARMACEUTICAL INGREDIENTS, PHARMACEUTICAL IN- DEVELOPS PRODUCTS TO TREAT ADVANCED CARDIOVASCULAR DISOR- DEVELOPS DISPOSABLE AND IMPLANTABLE VASCULAR DEVICES TO
TERMEDIATES AND OTHER PRODUCTS TO AID HUMAN THERAPEUTICS. DERS INCLUDING HEART VALVE AND PERIPHERAL VASCULAR DISEASE. ADDRESS THE NEEDS OF VASCULAR SURGEONS.

Closing Net Vol Vol% Eps Due 10/7


Price Up (100s) Chg

1.49
1.46
3.31
1.92
7.20
1.06
1.06
1.83
2.35
3.87

Acc/Dis B

+29% Ann. EPS Gro PE 108 Avg. Daily Vol 665,200 Debt 0%
4 Qtrs EPS ) 15%
Eps Due 10/30e
R&D 16%
Acc/Dis A
Sup/Demand 86

CAMBREX CORP (CBM)


Grp 21
o$50.00 EDWARDS LIFESCIENCES CP (EW)
Grp 21
o$144.28 LEMAITRE VASCULAR INC (LMAT)
Grp 21
$13.27
29.7M Shares 97 Comp. Rating 99 EPS RS 98 ROE 18% 103.2M Shares 96 Comp. Rating 96 EPS RS 90 ROE 20% 11.9M Shares 96 Comp. Rating 88 EPS RS 97 ROE 6%

Closing Net Vol Vol% EPS Rel Acc


Price Up (100s) Chg Rnk Str Dis Stock Name

+0.53
+0.47
+0.24
+0.04
0.01
0.02
0.09
0.10
0.11
0.17

+4% Ann. EPS Gro PE 17 Avg. Daily Vol 359,900 Debt 116%
Last Qtr Eps +57%6 Last Qtr Sales +1%
6 Qtrs EPS ) 15%

DEVELOPS PRODUCTS TO DETECT AND TREAT MEDICAL AILMENTS IN DEVELOPS INFECTION PREVENTION AND CONTROL DEVICES USED FOR DEVELOPS PATIENT MONITORING PRODUCTS WHICH INCLUDE A MONINEWBORN CARE.
DIALYSIS, ENDOSCOPY AND WATER PURIFICATION AND FILTRATION. TOR OR CIRCUIT BOARD AS WELL AS CONSUMABLES AND REUSABLES.

53.30 ImperialOil o
FT EnrgInc&Gr
CrnstTotR
StrghtPath B o
ParkNatl
OrchidPap

22% gain down to 7% from 37.94 entry from cup with handle.

Consolidating below 10-week line as buying demand dries up. Thin stock forms new base with 26.16 entry.

+48% Ann. EPS Gro PE 33 Avg. Daily Vol 254,400 Debt 0%


Stocks $12 and higher with at least { point change and 20,000 shares Last Qtr Eps +21%6 Last Qtr Sales +7%
traded for the day. Stocks up with EPS & Relative Strength 80 or more 2 Qtrs EPS ) 15%
R&D 9%
are boldfaced.
Acc/Dis B
EPS Rel Acc 52-Wk
Stock
Closing
Vol
Vol%
Rnk Str Dis
High Stock Name
Symbol
Price
Change (1000s) Change

..
..
66
53
68

Sell signal: Round tripped 15% gain from 29.29 entry.

Acc/Dis C

NATUS MEDICAL INC (BABY)


Grp 22
o$45.43 CANTEL MEDICAL CORP (CMN)
Grp 22
o$54.25 MASIMO CORP (MASI)
Grp 22
o$42.34
31.0M Shares 96 Comp. Rating 90 EPS RS 94 ROE 12% 34.1M Shares 99 Comp. Rating 92 EPS RS 93 ROE 14% 43.9M Shares 98 Comp. Rating 89 EPS RS 97 ROE 22%

AMEX Stocks On The Move

18 24 B

+16% Ann. EPS Gro PE 14 Avg. Daily Vol 35,600 Debt 0%


Last Qtr Eps +57%5 Last Qtr Sales +11%

MARKETS UPPER-MEDIUM PRICED RESIDENTIAL WOOD, METAL AND MANUFACTURES MEDIUM TO HIGH-END BUSINESS OFFICE SYSTEMS, DEVELOPS MEDICAL DEVICES DESIGNED TO ASSIST OR REPLACE THE
UPHOLSTERED LEATHER FURNITURE
FURNISHINGS, SEATING, STORAGE, TEXTILES AND FINE LEATHERS.
PUMPING FUNCTION OF THE HEART

Tight trade, resilient after June breakout over 21.69.

AMERICAN EXCHANGE

+14% Ann. EPS Gro PE 19 Avg. Daily Vol 105,600 Debt 2%


Last Qtr Eps +67%5Last Qtr Sales +6%
2 Qtrs EPS ) 15%
Eps Due 9/2
Acc/Dis B+

HOOKER FURNITURE CORP (HOFT)


Grp 20
$24.07 KNOLL INC (KNL)
Grp 20
o$24.34 ABIOMED INC (ABMD)
Grp 21
o$94.32
10.5M Shares 92 Comp. Rating 94 EPS RS 92 ROE 9% 46.9M Shares 94 Comp. Rating 90 EPS RS 87 ROE 24% 35.3M Shares 99 Comp. Rating 99 EPS RS 99 ROE 12%

36 Mos % of 5 Qtrs EPS ) 15%


Perf Fund In Eps Due 9/10e
Rtg the Stk

Week Highest Performing


Change MutualFundWith
To Thurs Large Investment

Acc/Dis A-

Hits 20% profit-taking zone from 97.78 cup w/ handle entry.

Thin, low-priced stock extended from 9.99 buy point.

+20% Ann. EPS Gro PE 14 Avg. Daily Vol 53,400 Debt 21%
Last Qtr Eps +23% Last Qtr Sales +6%
2 Qtrs EPS ) 15%
Acc/Dis B-

Thin issue is barely above 38.07 flat-base entry.

LEGACYTEXAS FINANC GRP (LTXB)


Grp 25
o$29.85 G III APPAREL GROUP INC (GIII)
Grp 26
o$69.91 OXFORD INDUSTRIES INC (OXM)
Grp 26
o$84.36
45.7M Shares 96 Comp. Rating 96 EPS RS 89 ROE 7% 39.6M Shares 99 Comp. Rating 95 EPS RS 96 ROE 16% 15.8M Shares 93 Comp. Rating 87 EPS RS 92 ROE 19%
HOLDING COMPANY FOR VIEWPOINT BANK OPERATING VIA 31 OFFIC- MAKES MEN'S AND WOMEN'S COATS, JACKETS, PANTS AND OTHER MARKETS DRESS SHIRTS, SUITS, JEANS, FOOTWEAR, SPORTSWEAR
ES IN COLLIN, JACK AND WISE COUNTIES, TEXAS
SPORTSWEAR ITEMS UNDER LICENSED AND PROPRIETARY BRANDS. AND ACCESSORIES FOR MEN, WOMEN AND CHILDREN

+5% Ann. EPS Gro PE 22 Avg. Daily Vol 251,200 Debt 152%
Last Qtr Eps +69%6 Last Qtr Sales +81%
Acc/Dis C+

Thin stock is 12% extended from 26.69 handle buy point.

+24% Ann. EPS Gro PE 30 Avg. Daily Vol 379,200 Debt 0%


Last Qtr Eps +400%5 Last Qtr Sales +18%
2 Qtrs EPS ) 15%
Eps Due 9/1
Acc/Dis B

+11% Ann. EPS Gro PE 25 Avg. Daily Vol 187,100 Debt 36%
Last Qtr Eps +9%6 Last Qtr Sales +7%
0 Qtrs EPS ) 15%

First test of 10-week line since breakaway gap in June.

May form new flat base with 90.10 buy point.

Acc/Dis BSup/Demand 78

EQUINIX INC (EQIX)


Grp 27
o$280.00 AETNA INC (AET)
Grp 28
o$116.40 MOLINA HEALTHCARE INC (MOH)
Grp 28
o$76.32
56.4M Shares 96 Comp. Rating 97 EPS RS 89 ROE 5% 338.7M Shares 93 Comp. Rating 91 EPS RS 92 ROE 17% 38.6M Shares 98 Comp. Rating 97 EPS RS 97 ROE 14%

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MANAGED SERVICES
POS, PPO, HMO, HSA AND INDEMNITY PLANS TO 46 MIL MEMBERS. VIA GOVT-SPONSORED PROGRAMS FOR LOW-INCOME FAMILIES

+16% Ann. EPS Gro PE 75 Avg. Daily Vol 644,900 Debt 121%
Last Qtr Eps +368%5 Last Qtr Sales +10%
2 Qtrs EPS ) 15%
Eps Due 10/27
Acc/Dis ASup/Demand 78

+15% Ann. EPS Gro PE 16 Avg. D. Vol 4,140,600 Debt 47%


Last Qtr Eps +21% Last Qtr Sales +5%
2 Qtrs EPS ) 15%
Eps Due 10/28e
Acc/Dis BSup/Demand 79

+113% Ann. EPS Gro PE 21 Avg. D. Vol 1,160,700 Debt 90%


Last Qtr Eps +169%5 Last Qtr Sales +52%
4 Qtrs EPS ) 15%
Eps Due 10/28
Acc/Dis A
Sup/Demand 91

Just 2% above 274.23 buy point of flat base.

Off highs; still extended from 110 buy point of flat base.

In buy range, 3% past 74.08 flat base buy point.

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UNITEDHEALTH GROUP INC (UNH)


Grp 28
o$122.04 AUTOBYTEL INC (ABTL)
Grp 30
o$15.82 FACEBOOK INC CL A (FB)
Grp 30
o$95.12
932.9M Shares 94 Comp. Rating 86 EPS RS 89 ROE 17% 9.7M Shares 95 Comp. Rating 92 EPS RS 96 ROE 14% 2158M Shares 98 Comp. Rating 94 EPS RS 92 ROE 18%
PROVIDES MANAGED HEALTHCARE SERVICES THROUGH VARIOUS CON- PROVIDES INTERNET MARKETING SERVICES THAT HELP AUTOMOTIVE PROVIDES A SOCIAL NETWORKING PLATFORM ENABLING MEMBERS
TRACTS TO OVER 85 MIL MEMBERS IN U.S. AND 20 OTHER COUNTRIES. DEALERS AND MANUFACTURERS SELL NEW AND USED VEHICLES
TO STAY CONNECTED WITH FRIENDS AND FAMILY.

+6% Ann. EPS Gro PE 19 Avg. D. Vol 4,465,400 Debt 49%


Last Qtr Eps +15%6
2 Qtrs EPS ) 15%
Eps Due 10/14
Acc/Dis B+

+107% Ann. EPS Gro PE 18 Avg. Daily Vol 106,700 Debt 10% +70% Ann. EPS Gro PE 50 Avg. D. Vol 29,309,000 Debt 0%
Last Qtr Eps 0%6 Last Qtr Sales -3%
Last Qtr Eps +16%6 Last Qtr Sales +39%
0 Qtrs EPS ) 15%
9 Qtrs EPS ) 15%

Trades sideways at 10-wk line; just above 121.95 buy point.

Forming double-bottom base with 17.21 buy point.

Acc/Dis B

Acc/Dis B

Extended 10% past 86.17 flat-base buy point.

ICON PLC (ICLR)


Grp 31
o$81.17 LUMINEX CORP (LMNX)
Grp 31
o$20.27 B N C BANCORP (BNCN)
Grp 33
o$23.00
57.6M Shares 96 Comp. Rating 95 EPS RS 95 ROE 19% 40.0M Shares 93 Comp. Rating 88 EPS RS 89 ROE 13% 27.0M Shares 99 Comp. Rating 95 EPS RS 94 ROE 11%
PROVIDER OF CONTRACT CLINICAL RESEARCH SERVICES TO THE PHAR- DEVELOPS BIOLOGICAL TESTING SYSTEMS TO PERFORM DIAGNOSTIC HOLDING COMPANY FOR BANK OF NORTH CAROLINA OPERATING VIA
MACEUTICAL, BIOTECHNOLOGY AND MEDICAL DEVICE INDUSTRIES.
TESTS, DISCOVER AND DEVELOP NEW DRUGS AND IDENTIFY GENES. 48 OFFICES IN NC AND SC.

+82% Ann. EPS Gro PE 23 Avg. Daily Vol 529,800 Debt 0%


Last Qtr Eps +48%6 Last Qtr Sales +3%
12 Qtrs EPS ) 15%
Eps Due 10/20
Acc/Dis B+

+19% Ann. EPS Gro PE 21 Avg. Daily Vol 279,200 Debt 0%

R&D 19%

+54% Ann. EPS Gro PE 17 Avg. Daily Vol 113,200 Debt 34%
Last Qtr Eps +24%6 Last Qtr Sales +21%
9 Qtrs EPS ) 15%
Eps Due 10/17e
Acc/Dis A

Acc/Dis B

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All stocks above $10, within 15% of 12-month high, Earnings Per
Share (EPS) Rating and Relative Price Strength (RS) Rating of 85 or
more and average daily volume of 10,000 or more are shown in order
CARDINAL FINANCIAL CORP (CFNL)
Grp 33
o$23.78 CENTERSTATE BANKS INC (CSFL)
Grp 33
o$14.00 FIRST N B C BANK HLDG (FNBC)
Grp 33
$38.74 of Industry Group Relative Strength Rating. Vol % Change is this
30.2M Shares 97 Comp. Rating 94 EPS RS 91 ROE 10% 43.6M Shares 96 Comp. Rating 91 EPS RS 90 ROE 6% 17.2M Shares 97 Comp. Rating 95 EPS RS 85 ROE 14% weeks daily average compared with 50-day average. Stocks up 1 point
HOLDING COMPANY FOR CARDINAL BANK OPERATING THROUGH 32 HOLDING COMPANY FOR CENTERSTATE BANK OF FLORIDA OPERATING HOLDING COMPANY FOR FIRST NBC BANK SERVING THE NEW OR- or more with volume up at least 50% are boldfaced. Mutual fund data
OFFICES IN NORTHERN VA, WASHINGTON, D.C. AND MARYLAND.
THROUGH 58 OFFICES IN 20 FLORIDA COUNTIES.
LEANS METROPOLITAN AREA AND THE MISSISSIPPI GULF COAST
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)
0% Ann. EPS Gro PE 18 Avg. Daily Vol 157,200 Debt 1%
+2% Ann. EPS Gro PE 19 Avg. Daily Vol 153,100 Debt 5%
+35% Ann. EPS Gro PE 13 Avg. Daily Vol 172,500 Debt 9%
Last Qtr Eps +48%6 Last Qtr Sales%
Last Qtr Eps +100%5 Last Qtr Sales +32%
Last Qtr Eps +24%5 Last Qtr Sales +8%
new in latest report.
Extended 12% past 72.50 buy point in flat base.

Clears resistance near 20 in irregular pattern.

4 Qtrs EPS ) 15%

5 Qtrs EPS ) 15%

Acc/Dis A-

Thin stock extended 12% past 21.30 flat base entry.

Thin stock is 20% past 19.05 entry, in profit-taking zone.

Acc/Dis B

Well extended from 12.10 buy point and from 10-week line.

Acc/Dis A-

Just 1% past 38.28 buy point in consolidation.

FRANKLIN FINL NETWORK (FSB)


Grp 33
$23.96 HOME BANCSHARES INC (HOMB)
Grp 33
o$40.89 HOMETRUST BANCSHARES INC (HTBI)
Grp 33
$18.33
9.3M Shares 98 Comp. Rating 99 EPS RS 87 ROE 9% 56.1M Shares 98 Comp. Rating 91 EPS RS 93 ROE 13% 19.0M Shares 98 Comp. Rating 91 EPS RS 87 ROE 3%
HOLDING COMPANY FOR FRANKLIN SYNERGY BANK OPERATING VIA HOLDING COMPANY FOR CENTENNIAL BANK OPERATING THROUGH 150 HOLDING COMPANY FOR HOMETRUST BANK OPERATING VIA 34 OFFIC11 BRANCHES IN WILLIAMSON & RUTHERFORD COUNTIES, TN.
BRANCHES IN 23 AR COUNTIES, 24 FL COUNTIES AND 1 AL COUNTY. ES IN WESTERN NORTH CAROLINA.

+47% Ann. EPS Gro PE 23 Avg. Daily Vol 62,200 Debt 16%
Last Qtr Eps +47%6 Last Qtr Sales +64%
7 Qtrs EPS ) 15%
Eps Due 10/28e

+25% Ann. EPS Gro PE 21 Avg. Daily Vol 215,200 Debt 75%
Last Qtr Eps +16%5 Last Qtr Sales +14%
1 Qtrs EPS ) 15%

+19% Ann. EPS Gro PE 37 Avg. Daily Vol 86,200 Debt 14%
Last Qtr Eps +45%5 Last Qtr Sales +44%
2 Qtrs EPS ) 15%

Acc/Dis A+

Acc/Dis A+

Acc/Dis B+

Second visit to 10-week line after mid-May breakout.

Thin stock extended past 34.83 buy point of flat base.

Thin issue 9% extended from 16.82 buy point from cup base.

FIDELITY SOUTHERN CORP (LION)


Grp 33
o$19.27 NATIONAL COMMERCE CORP (NCOM)
Grp 33
$26.20 BANK OF THE OZARKS INC (OZRK)
Grp 33
o$44.32
16.7M Shares 97 Comp. Rating 98 EPS RS 91 ROE 12% 7.0M Shares 99 Comp. Rating 99 EPS RS 89 ROE 5% 77.2M Shares 97 Comp. Rating 98 EPS RS 90 ROE 15%
HOLDING COMPANY FOR FIDELITY BANK OPERATING VIA 45 BRANCH- HOLDING CO FOR NATIONAL BANK OF COMMERCE AND UNITED LEGA- HOLDING CO FOR BANK OF THE OZARKS OPERATING VIA 159 OFFICES
ES IN 11 GEORGIA COUNTIES AND ONE FLORIDA COUNTY.
CY BANK OPERATING VIA 8 BRANCHES IN ALABAMA, 7 IN FLORIDA. IN AR, TX, GA, FL, NC, SC, AL, CA AND NY.

+9% Ann. EPS Gro PE 11 Avg. Daily Vol 133,700 Debt 18%
Last Qtr Eps +59%6 Last Qtr Sales +30%
4 Qtrs EPS ) 15%

+69% Ann. EPS Gro PE 34 Avg. Daily Vol 32,300 Debt 17%
Last Qtr Eps +100%5 Last Qtr Sales +84%
2 Qtrs EPS ) 15%
Eps Due 10/28e

Acc/Dis B
Acc/Dis B

Extended nearly 11% past 17.43 buy point of cup base.

Extended well past 22.55 IPO base breakout.

+18% Ann. EPS Gro PE 24 Avg. Daily Vol 971,500 Debt 28%
Last Qtr Eps +49%6 Last Qtr Sales%
3 Qtrs EPS ) 15%
Eps Due 10/12
Acc/Dis CSup/Demand 77

HOLDING COMPANY FOR SOUTH STATE BANK OPERATING VIA 127 HOLDING COMPANY FOR UNITED COMMUNITY BANK OPERATING VIA DEVELOPS SOFTWARE FOR ORGANIZATIONS IN THE FINANCIAL, TRAVOFFICES IN SOUTH CAROLINA, NORTH CAROLINA AND GEORGIA.
121 OFFICES IN GEORGIA, NORTH CAROLINA AND TENNESSEE.
EL, TECHNOLOGY, TELECOM, AUTO AND ENERGY INDUSTRIES.

+67% Ann. EPS Gro PE 18 Avg. Daily Vol 396,700 Debt 54%
Last Qtr Eps +19%5 Last Qtr Sales +10%
4 Qtrs EPS ) 15%

Well extended after late-Feb. breakout over 65.49.

Finding support in pullback to 10-week moving average.

Acc/Dis C+

+27% Ann. EPS Gro PE 26 Avg. Daily Vol 246,500 Debt 0%


Last Qtr Eps +28%6
4 Qtrs EPS ) 15%
Eps Due 8/12
Acc/Dis A-

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TORS, SUPPLIERS AND MANUFACTURERS VIA SPSCOMMERCE.NET.
ALTY AND SPECIALTY RISK AND EXTENDED WARRANTY INSURANCE. TO MID-SIZED EMPLOYERS ENGAGED IN HAZARDOUS INDUSTRIES.

+46% Ann. EPS Gro PE 11 Avg. Daily Vol 482,900 Debt 45%
Last Qtr Eps +16%6 Last Qtr Sales +10%
Eps Due 11/3e

Dips below 72.94 flat base buy point.

Extended from 57.09 buy point of cup with handle.

Acc/Dis B+

Acc EPS RS
P/E Dis Rtg Rtg

Unitedhealth
UNH 19 B
Autobytel Inc
ABTL 18 B
Facebook Inc Cl A
FB 50 B
Icon Plc
ICLR 23 B
Luminex
LMNX 21 B
B N C Bancorp
BNCN 17 A
Cardinal Financial CFNL 18 A
Centerstate Bnks I CSFL 19 B
First N B C Bank H FNBC 13 A
Franklin Finl Netw
FSB 23 B
Home Bancshares HOMB 21 A
Hometrust Bancshar HTBI 37 A
Fidelity Southern
LION 11 B
National Comerce NCOM 34 B
Bank Of The Ozarks OZRK 24 C
South State Corp
SSB 19 C
United Cmnty Bks UCBI 18 C
Luxoft Holding Inc LXFT 26 A
S P S Commerce Inc SPSC 102 B
Amtrust Finl Svcs
AFSI 11 B
Amerisafe Inc
AMSF 15 A
First American Fin FAF 15 A
Fidelity Natl Fn F
FNF 19 B
Markel
MKL 26 A
Selective Ins Grp
SIGI 12 B
Hanover Insurance THG 14 A
United Fire Group UFCS 13 B
Universal Insuranc UVE 11 A
Cathay Genl Bancrp CATY 17 D
Heritage Commerce HTBK 23 A

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92
94
95
88
95
94
91
95
99
91
91
98
99
98
92
91
98
91
91
91
95
87
87
92
90
98
96
92
97

Vol
% Price
Chg Close

Week Highest Performing


Change MutualFundWith
To Thurs Large Investment

36 Mos % of
Perf Fund In
Rtg the Stk

89 36 122.04 +0.64 Fidelity Select Me A+ 17.8 +


96 11 15.82 +0.48 Amg Managers Essex A+ 0.9
92 +3 95.12 +1.11 Profunds Internet
A+ 11.2 +
95 +6 81.17 +0.37 Oberweis Intl Opps A+ 2.3 +
89 +146 20.27 +3.04 Profunds Ultra Sma A+ 0.1 +
94 40 23.00 +0.48 Rydex Russell 2000 A+ 0.0 +
91 5 23.78 +0.42 Profunds Ultra Sma A+ 0.1 +
90 +21 14.00 +0.06 Profunds Ultra Sma A+ 0.0 +
85 48 38.74 +0.54 Emerald Growth A A+ 1.0 +
87 44 23.96 1.28 Rydex Russell 2000 A+ 0.0 N
93 +7 40.89 +1.07 Us Global Inv Holm A+ 2.3 N
87 +64 18.33 +1.19 Profunds Ultra Sma A+ 0.0 N
91 +40 19.27 0.17 Pnc Multi-Factor S A+ 1.2 +
89 68 26.20 0.10 Emerald Growth A A+ 0.2 N
90 62 44.32 +0.20 Profunds Ultra Sma A+ 0.2 N
91 15 78.62 +0.90 Profunds Ultra Sma A+ 0.1 N
86 58 21.05 +0.18 Profunds Ultra Sma A+ 0.1 N
96 30 60.29 2.47 Lord Abbett Sec Mi A+ 1.4 N
86 25 71.71 0.44 T Rowe Price Globa A+ 0.2
93 +65 66.52 2.99 Profunds Ultra Sma A+ 0.1
87 +36 49.45 0.60 Rydex Russell 2000 A+ 0.1
92 10 40.62 +0.04 Profunds Ultra Mid A+ 0.3
88 +6 39.17 +0.08 T Rowe Price Mid C A+ 1.7
90 21 881.52 8.23 Fidelity Select In
A+ 1.7
87 27 30.83 +0.02 Profunds Ultra Sma A+ 0.1
87 11 80.93 +0.08 Profunds Ultra Mid A+ 0.2
89 +74 36.51 +1.95 Profunds Ultra Sma A+ 0.0
95 +112 28.29 +0.87 Us Global Inv Holm A+ 1.4
89 27 32.48 +0.37 Profunds Ultra Sma A+ 0.2
94 +19 11.43 +0.34 Profunds Ultra Sma A+ 0.0

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S P S COMMERCE INC (SPSC)


Grp 34
o$71.71 AMTRUST FINANCIAL SVCS (AFSI)
Grp 36
o$66.52 AMERISAFE INC (AMSF)
Grp 36
$49.45
16.0M Shares 96 Comp. Rating 91 EPS RS 86 ROE 6% 37.9M Shares 97 Comp. Rating 91 EPS RS 93 ROE 27% 18.2M Shares 95 Comp. Rating 91 EPS RS 87 ROE 12%

+25% Ann. EPS Gro PE 102 Avg. Daily Vol 97,600 Debt 0%
Last Qtr Eps +13%6
0 Qtrs EPS ) 15%
R&D 11%
Acc/Dis B

Symbol

Forming flat base with buy point at 48.78.

SOUTH STATE CORP (SSB)


Grp 33
o$78.62 UNITED COMMUNITY BANKS (UCBI)
Grp 33
$21.05 LUXOFT HOLDING INC CL A (LXFT)
Grp 34
$60.29
23.2M Shares 95 Comp. Rating 92 EPS RS 91 ROE 9% 48.2M Shares 94 Comp. Rating 91 EPS RS 86 ROE 9% 30.2M Shares 99 Comp. Rating 98 EPS RS 96 ROE 41%

+27% Ann. EPS Gro PE 19 Avg. Daily Vol 105,000 Debt 10%
Last Qtr Eps +18%6 Last Qtr Sales +5%
6 Qtrs EPS ) 15%
Eps Due 10/26
Acc/Dis C+

Company

+42% Ann. EPS Gro PE 15 Avg. Daily Vol 70,200 Debt 0%


Last Qtr Eps +25%6 Last Qtr Sales -1%
2 Qtrs EPS ) 15%
Acc/Dis A-

Just over 5% past 46.99 flat-base entry, out of buy area.

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FIRST AMERICAN FINL CORP (FAF)


Grp 36
o$40.62 FIDELITY NATL FN FNF GP (FNF)
Grp 36
o$39.17 MARKEL CORP (MKL)
Grp 36
o$881.52
103.0M Shares 99 Comp. Rating 95 EPS RS 92 ROE 9% 266.4M Shares 95 Comp. Rating 87 EPS RS 88 ROE 9% 13.5M Shares 92 Comp. Rating 87 EPS RS 90 ROE 5%
OFFERS TITLE INSURANCE POLICIES ON RESIDENTIAL AND COMMER- PROVIDES TITLE INSURANCE, ESCROW SERVICES AND SPECIALTY IN- OFFERS SPECIALTY INSURANCE PRODUCTS AND PROGRAMS FOR
CIAL PROPERTY AND ALSO OFFERS SPECIALTY INSURANCE.
SURANCE PRIMARILY IN CA, TX, FL, NY AND IL.
NICHE MARKETS. ALSO WRITES TREATY REINSURANCE CONTRACTS.

0% Ann. EPS Gro PE 15 Avg. Daily Vol 835,000 Debt 23%


Last Qtr Eps +81%5 Last Qtr Sales +15%
5 Qtrs EPS ) 15%
Eps Due 10/23e
Acc/Dis A-

-4% Ann. EPS Gro PE 19 Avg. D. Vol 1,136,500 Debt 47%


3 Qtrs EPS ) 15%
Eps Due 10/27

Extended 6% past 38.29 buy point of cup-shaped base.

Back near 39.23 buy point of cup-shaped base.

Acc/Dis B+

+1% Ann. EPS Gro PE 26 Avg. Daily Vol 49,300 Debt 30%
Last Qtr Eps +153%5 Last Qtr Sales +4%
3 Qtrs EPS ) 15%
Eps Due 11/5e
Acc/Dis A-

Well extended from a 707.46 flat base buy point.

SELECTIVE INS GROUP INC (SIGI)


Grp 36
o$30.83 HANOVER INSURANCE GROUP (THG)
Grp 36
o$80.93 UNITED FIRE GROUP INC (UFCS)
Grp 36
$36.51
55.2M Shares 91 Comp. Rating 92 EPS RS 87 ROE 10% 42.4M Shares 93 Comp. Rating 90 EPS RS 87 ROE 9% 19.5M Shares 94 Comp. Rating 98 EPS RS 89 ROE 7%
OFFERS COMMERCIAL AND PERSONAL LINES OF PROPERTY AND CASU- OFFERS PROPERTY AND CASUALTY INSURANCE INCLUDING PERSONAL OFFERS COMMERCIAL AND PERSONAL PROPERTY AND CASUALTY INALTY INSURANCE INCLUDING AUTO COVERAGE
AUTO AND HOMEOWNERS COVERAGE
SURANCE AND LIFE INSURANCE PRIMARILY IN TX, IA, CA, NJ AND MO.

+75% Ann. EPS Gro PE 12 Avg. Daily Vol 191,800 Debt 30%
Last Qtr Eps +35%6 Last Qtr Sales +3%
Eps Due 10/27
Acc/Dis B

Just out of buying range from 29.23 cup w/ handle entry.

+96% Ann. EPS Gro PE 14 Avg. Daily Vol 201,500 Debt 32%
Last Qtr Eps +20%6 Last Qtr Sales +2%
3 Qtrs EPS)15%
Eps Due 10/27
Acc/Dis A-

+17% Ann. EPS Gro PE 13 Avg. Daily Vol 59,400 Debt 0%


Last Qtr Eps +63%6 Last Qtr Sales +10%
3 Qtrs EPS ) 15%

Extended past 74.09 flat-base-like entry.

Despite pullback, still extended 11% past 32.75 entry.

Acc/Dis B-

UNIVERSAL INSURANCE HLDG (UVE)


Grp 36
o$28.29 CATHAY GENERAL BANCORP (CATY)
Grp 37
$32.48 HERITAGE COMMERCE CORP (HTBK)
Grp 37
$11.43
31.9M Shares 99 Comp. Rating 96 EPS RS 95 ROE 39% 72.7M Shares 92 Comp. Rating 92 EPS RS 89 ROE 9% 24.7M Shares 99 Comp. Rating 97 EPS RS 94 ROE 8%
OFFERS PROPERTY AND CASUALTY INSURANCE PRODUCTS INCLUDING HOLDING COMPANY FOR CATHAY BANK OPERATING VIA 33 BRANCHES HERITAGE BANK OF COMMERCE OPERATING VIA 11 OFFICES IN SANTA
WIND RISK COVERAGE TO HOMEOWNERS PRIMARILY IN FLORIDA.
IN CA AND 23 BRANCHES IN NY, MA, TX, WA, IL, NJ AND CHINA.
CLARA, ALAMEDA, CONTRA COSTA/SAN BENITO, CA.

+78% Ann. EPS Gro PE 11 Avg. Daily Vol 316,200 Debt 7%


Last Qtr Eps +41%6
4 Qtrs EPS ) 15%
Acc/Dis A-

Edges past 27.49 cup-with-handle buy point.

+16% Ann. EPS Gro PE 17 Avg. Daily Vol 676,700 Debt 35%
Last Qtr Eps +27%5 Last Qtr Sales +3%
2 Qtrs EPS ) 15%
Acc/Dis D+

Testing 10-week line again but already extended.

+27% Ann. EPS Gro PE 23 Avg. Daily Vol 76,000 Debt 0%


Last Qtr Eps +40%5 Last Qtr Sales +25%
2 Qtrs EPS ) 15%
Acc/Dis A

Gain from 9.49 flat-base entry hit 20%, a sell signal.

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OPUS BANK (OPB)


Grp 37
$37.91 PREFERRED BANK LOS ANGLS (PFBC)
Grp 37
$32.35 PACIFIC PREMIER BANCORP (PPBI)
Grp 37
o$19.12
28.1M Shares 98 Comp. Rating 86 EPS RS 94 ROE 5% 12.1M Shares 98 Comp. Rating 95 EPS RS 90 ROE 11% 20.4M Shares 99 Comp. Rating 93 EPS RS 91 ROE 10%
PROVIDES COMMERCIAL AND PERSONAL BUSINESS BANKING IN CALI- HOLDING COMPANY FOR PREFERRED BANK OPERATING THROUGH 11 HOLDING COMPANY FOR PACIFIC PREMIER BANK OPERATING VIA 16
FORNIA, WASHINGTON AND ARIZONA THROUGH 60 OFFICES.
OFFICES IN LOS ANGELES, SAN FRANCISCO AND ORANGE COUNTIES. OFFICES IN LOS ANGELES, ORANGE AND 3 OTHER CA COUNTIES.

+42% Ann. EPS Gro PE 26 Avg. Daily Vol 76,200 Debt 45%
Last Qtr Eps +63%5 Last Qtr Sales +49%
1 Qtrs EPS ) 15%
Acc/Dis B+

Thin stock extended after June breakout over 33.01.

Company

Symbol

Opus Bank
OPB 26 B
Preferred Bank La PFBC 16 B
Pacific Prmr Bncp PPBI 16 B
Western Alliance B WAL 19 C
Broadsoft Inc
BSFT 22 B
Dycom Industries
DY 33 B
Ambarella Inc
AMBA 46 A
Cavium Inc
CAVM 41 B
Walgreens Boots Al WBA 25 A
Hain Celestial
HAIN 39 B
Sanfilippo Jhn B S JBSS 21 B
J 2 Global Inc
JCOM 20 A
Enterprise Finl Sv EFSC 15 A
Ft Merch Cp Mun FRME 15 B
Heartland Finl Usa HTLF 14 A
Mainsource Finl MSFG 13 A
Privatebancorp
PVTB 20 B
Blackbaud Inc
BLKB 42 A
Fleetmatics Group FLTX 39 B
Manhattan Assoc MANH 48 B
Paycom Software In PAYC 112 B
Ultimate Software ULTI 79 B
Euronet Worldwide EEFT 24 A
Global Payments
GPN 23 A
Blackhawk Network HAWK 22 A
Heartland Pymnt Sy HPY 39 A
Total Sys Svc
TSS 21 B
Visa Inc Cl A
V 29 B
Vantiv Inc Cl A
VNTV 22 A
Cbrl Grp
CBRL 24 B
Chuy's Holdings In CHUY 41 B
Chipotle Mex Grill CMG 46 B
Popeyes Louisiana PLKI 33 B
Red Robin Grmt Brg RRGB 30 A
Ruths Hospitality RUTH 20 B
Starbucks Corp
SBUX 38 B
C D W Corp
CDW 15 A
Cognizant Tech A CTSH 24 B
Hackett Group Inc HCKT 19 A
Sapiens Intl Corp SPNS 31 B
Tyler Technologies TYL 58 B
Virtusa Corp
VRTU 30 B
Evercore Partners EVR 20 A
Marketaxess Hldgs MKTX 42 B
Smith A O
AOS 27 B
Comfort Sys U S A
FIX 33 A
Customers Bancorp CUBI 14 B
Eagle Bancorp Inc EGBN 19 B
Signature Bank
SBNY 22 B
Tristate Capital H
TSC 16 B
Arista Networks In ANET
Ixia
XXIA
Advance Auto Parts AAP
O'reilly Automot
ORLY
Ulta Beauty
ULTA
Norwegian Cruise L NCLH
Dr Horton
DHI
L G I Homes Inc
LGIH
Nvr
NVR
Team Health Hldgs TMH
Factset Rsrch
FDS
Morningstar Inc MORN
Verisk Analytics I VRSK
Colliers Intl Grou
CIGI
Jones Lang Lasalle JLL
Marcus & Millichap MMI
Valero Energy
VLO
CalMaine Foods CALM
Cadence Design Sys CDNS
Service Intl
SCI
Amn Healthcare
AHS
Kforce Inc
KFRC
I P G Photonics Co IPGP
Red Hat Inc
RHT
Foot Locker
FL
Ross Stores Inc
ROST
Shenandoah Telecm SHEN
Home Depot
HD
Tractor Supply Co TSCO
Constelltn Brands
STZ
Lithia Motors Cl A
LAD
Nice Systems
NICE
Equifax
EFX
Bright Horizns Fam BFAM
Argan Inc
AGX
Restoration Hardwa RH
Wisdomtree Investm WETF
Avolon Holdings Li AVOL
Amerco
UHAL
Zebra Tech Corp Cl ZBRA
Maximus
MMS
Middleby Corp
MIDD
Coresite Realty Co COR
Extra Space Storag EXR
Hdfc Bank
HDB

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Week Highest Performing


Change MutualFundWith
To Thurs Large Investment

Acc/Dis B

Extended 8% past 29.95 flat base entry; thinly traded.

Acc/Dis B+

Thin stock extended 9% past 17.56 entry.

HOLDING COMPANY FOR BANK OF NEVADA AND TWO OTHER BANKS PROVIDES SOFTWARE FOR FIXED LINE, MOBILE AND CABLE SERVICE PROVIDES ENGINEERING, CONSTRUCTION, MAINTENANCE AND INSTALOPERATING IN NEVADA, ARIZONA AND CALIFORNIA VIA 40 OFFICES. PROVIDERS FOR DELIVERY OF VOICE AND MULTIMEDIA SERVICES
LATION SERVICES TO TELECOMMUNICATIONS PROVIDERS.

+53% Ann. EPS Gro PE 19 Avg. Daily Vol 729,200 Debt 43%
Last Qtr Eps -5%6 Last Qtr Sales +6%
0 Qtrs EPS ) 15%
Acc/Dis C-

All stocks above $10, within 15% of 12-month high, Earnings Per
Share (EPS) Rating 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.
Vol
% Price
Chg Close

0% Ann. EPS Gro PE 16 Avg. Daily Vol 90,700 Debt 94%


Last Qtr Eps +33%5 Last Qtr Sales +59%
5 Qtrs EPS ) 15%

WESTERN ALLIANCE BANCORP (WAL)


Grp 37
o$33.83 BROADSOFT INC (BSFT)
Grp 39
o$34.49 DYCOM INDS INC (DY)
Grp 39
o$63.34
76.7M Shares 94 Comp. Rating 85 EPS RS 91 ROE 16% 28.6M Shares 96 Comp. Rating 87 EPS RS 88 ROE 19% 32.0M Shares 95 Comp. Rating 99 EPS RS 98 ROE 9%

Weekly Review August 3 - August 7

Acc EPS RS
P/E Dis Rtg Rtg

+143% Ann. EPS Gro PE 16 Avg. Daily Vol 35,400 Debt 9%


Last Qtr Eps +22%6 Last Qtr Sales +20%
12 Qtrs EPS ) 15%

Nearly 3% above 32.99 three-weeks-tight entry.

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90 23
91 41
91 42
88 +192
98 34
99 52
87 23
93 23
93 +1
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91 +85
92 +81
88 34
94 +4
87 31
91 34
94 27
92 +19
97 41
97 +82
88 24
92
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93 3
94 31
90 +125
93 +19
87 2
92 +21
91 40
96 +369
85 24
85 44
91 +5
92 +9
94 +16
85 +101
90 +62
97 21
97 +121
92 32
93 +40
85 4
95 38
89 23
98 +67
87 26
92 13
85 21
90 60

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32.35
19.12
33.83
34.49
63.34
113.28
67.12
93.73
69.60
51.18
73.69
24.53
26.25
38.20
22.09
41.86
59.46
47.92
64.21
36.96
183.19
67.87
112.52
44.17
62.33
46.72
73.58
43.95
152.88
34.41
749.60
58.73
88.79
16.66
57.23
39.33
67.08
12.41
12.26
138.25
48.94
57.76
97.93
71.05
29.23
25.37
44.46
146.53
12.77

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2.72
2.59
0.68
2.90
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0.81
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+0.40
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+0.20
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1.70
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0.61
+4.96
1.02
0.63
+0.43
1.76
+0.03
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1.76
0.05
+0.99
+6.00
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1.95
2.86
0.87
0.70
+3.40
+3.98
0.39
+1.53
1.29
+1.00
1.04
+0.13
0.77
+1.59
+0.22
+0.06
+0.94
+0.14

Pnc Multi-Factor S
Rydex Russell 2000
Emerald Growth A
Profunds Ultra Sma
Profunds Ultra Sma
Profunds Ultra Sma
Lord Abbett Sec Mi
Us Global Inv Holm
Rydex Dyn Ndq 100
Dws Health And Wel
Rydex Russell 2000
Profunds Internet
Rydex Russell 2000
Profunds Ultra Sma
Rydex Russell 2000
Profunds Ultra Sma
Profunds Ultra Sma
Profunds Ultra Sma
Lord Abbett Sec Mi
Profunds Ultra Sma
Tocqueville Opport
Profunds Ultra Sma
Profunds Ultra Sma
Profunds Ultra Mid
Profunds Ultra Sma
Profunds Ultra Sma
Profunds Ultra Bul
Rydex Dyn S&P 500
Blackrock Mid Grow
Rydex Russell 2000
Lord Abbett Sec Mi
Profunds Ultra Bul
Profunds Ultra Sma
Lord Abbett Sec Mi
Profunds Ultra Sma
Us Global Inv Holm
Hartford Growth Op
Rydex Dyn Ndq 100
Profunds Ultra Sma
Profunds Ultra Sma
Profunds Ultra Mid
Profunds Ultra Sma
Profunds Ultra Sma
Profunds Ultra Sma
Profunds Ultra Mid
Profunds Ultra Sma
Profunds Ultra Sma
Profunds Ultra Sma
Profunds Ultra Mid
Profunds Ultra Sma

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96 +103
90 41
92
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93 30
96 +84
88
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96 +198
85 24
87 +169
88 20
89 23
85
0
90 48
88 28
97 +19
89 3
94 18
85 42
93 5
98 +92
93 +190
89 5
87 33
92 27
91 20
88 +1
85 13
88 13
89 +10
93 16
94 +25
88 21
94 +10
88 32
88 24
97 7
96 +173
90 +64
92 1
89 +11
93 37
87 +32
90 33
88 26

81.58
15.59
172.74
241.18
164.80
60.14
28.62
23.90
1460.66
66.13
169.02
85.90
76.60
47.28
176.74
50.17
65.68
54.16
20.80
30.93
33.82
28.00
94.95
77.64
71.31
53.57
35.54
116.56
91.17
124.18
118.45
66.28
102.31
62.60
39.36
100.87
24.66
28.75
368.23
104.19
64.78
122.32
48.34
75.34
62.60

2.89
+2.39
1.47
+0.87
1.23
2.28
1.07
+4.36
29.4
1.28
+3.36
+0.71
1.51
+5.73
1.30
1.07
+0.08
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0.17
+0.42
+4.39
+4.63
+2.73
1.44
+0.76
+0.41
+1.16
0.47
1.35
+4.16
1.24
+1.72
+0.18
+2.36
+0.48
0.59
0.24
+0.02
+8.86
3.44
3.43
0.38
1.86
+1.82
+0.13

Hartford Growth Op
Profunds Ultra Sma
Profunds Ultra Mid
Profunds Ultra Nas
Jp Morgan Mid Cap
Jp Morgan Mid Cap
Rydex Dyn S&P 500
Rydex Russell 2000
Profunds Ultra Mid
Us Global Inv Holm
Profunds Ultra Mid
Vanguard Consumer
Rydex Dyn Ndq 100
Rydex Dyn Ndq 100
Profunds Ultra Mid
Lord Abbett Sec Mi
Profunds Ultra Bul
Us Global Inv Holm
Profunds Ultra Mid
Profunds Ultra Mid
Fidelity Select Me
Profunds Ultra Sma
Profunds Ultra Mid
Rydex Dyn S&P 500
Profunds Ultra Mid
Profunds Ultra Nas
Profunds Ultra Sma
Rydex Dyn S&P 500
Rydex Dyn Ndq 100
Rydex Dyn S&P 500
Profunds Ultra Sma
Oppenheimer Intl S
Profunds Ultra Bul
Profunds Ultra Sma
Rydex Russell 2000
Profunds Ultra Sma
Profunds Ultra Sma
Turner Emerging Gr
Nicholas Fund
Profunds Ultra Mid
Profunds Ultra Sma
Us Global Inv Holm
Profunds Ultra Sma
Profunds Ultra Mid
Matthews India Inv

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0.6
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0.2
0.2
0.7
0.3
0.5
0.3
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0.4
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0.8
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0.2
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Forming potential base but still below 10-week line.

1st test of 10-week line since breakout past 50.58 entry.

DESIGNS SYSTEM-ON-A-CHIP SEMICONDUCTOR PROCESSING SOLU- DESIGNS SYSTEM-ON-A-CHIP ICS FOR NETWORKING, TELECOM, STOR- OPERATES 8,309 DRUGSTORES INCLUDING MAIL SERVICE AND HOME
TIONS USED IN CAMERAS FOR SECURITY/SURVEILLANCE MARKETS. AGE, WIRELESS, SECURITY, AND VIDEO MARKETS.
CARE FACILITIES IN 50 STATES, D.C., PUERTO RICO

+52% Ann. EPS Gro PE 46 Avg. D. Vol 4,446,700 Debt 0%


Last Qtr Eps +184%5 Last Qtr Sales +74%
Acc/Dis ASup/Demand 98

Third test of 10-week since breakout is not proper entry.

+62% Ann. EPS Gro PE 41 Avg. Daily Vol 792,700 Debt 7%


Last Qtr Eps +17%6
11 Qtrs EPS)15%
Acc/Dis BSup/Demand 84

+8% Ann. EPS Gro PE 25 Avg. D. Vol 3,599,500 Debt 18%


Last Qtr Eps +23%5
2 Qtrs EPS ) 15%
Eps Due 10/5
Acc/Dis A+

June breakout past 73.90 entry failed; stuck below 10-wk line. Just above 93.52 entry from shallow cup base.

HAIN CELESTIAL GROUP (HAIN)


Grp 42
o$69.60 SANFILIPPO JOHN B & SON (JBSS)
Grp 43
$51.18 J 2 GLOBAL INC (JCOM)
Grp 44
o$73.69
97.5M Shares 97 Comp. Rating 89 EPS RS 93 ROE 11% 8.3M Shares 93 Comp. Rating 86 EPS RS 95 ROE 12% 44.8M Shares 98 Comp. Rating 87 EPS RS 91 ROE 22%
MANUFACTURES AND DISTRIBUTES NATURAL AND ORGANIC FOOD PROCESSES, MARKETS AND DISTRIBUTES VARIOUS NUTS INCLUDING PROVIDES INTERNET-BASED FAX, VOICEMAIL, EMAIL AND CALL HANPRODUCTS AND PERSONAL CARE PRODUCTS.
PECANS, CASHEWS, PEANUTS, WALNUTS AND ALMONDS
DLING SERVICES WORLDWIDE.

+28% Ann. EPS Gro PE 39 Avg. Daily Vol 802,600 Debt 47%
Last Qtr Eps +2%6
Eps Due 8/18
Acc/Dis B

Up 5% from 66.45 buy point of base on base.

+15% Ann. EPS Gro PE 21 Avg. Daily Vol 64,000 Debt 16%
Last Qtr Eps +76%5Last Qtr Sales+20%
Eps Due 8/17
Acc/Dis B-

Consolidates with sideways action; thinly traded.

+13% Ann. EPS Gro PE 20 Avg. Daily Vol 225,100 Debt 72%
Last Qtr Eps +18%5
1 Qtrs EPS ) 15%
Eps Due 11/5e
Acc/Dis A-

Just above 72.60 entry from 19-week consolidation.

ENTERPRISE FINL SERVICES (EFSC)


Grp 45
$24.53 FIRST MERCHANTS CORP MUN (FRME)
Grp 45
$26.25 HEARTLAND FINANCIAL USA (HTLF)
Grp 45
$38.20
18.7M Shares 93 Comp. Rating 90 EPS RS 92 ROE 9% 37.0M Shares 94 Comp. Rating 89 EPS RS 88 ROE 9% 17.5M Shares 97 Comp. Rating 94 EPS RS 94 ROE 9%
HOLDING CO FOR ENTERPRISE BANK AND TRUST OPERATING VIA 16 HOLDING COMPANY FOR FIRST MERCHANTS BANK OPERATING VIA HOLDING COMPANY FOR DUBUQUE BANK AND TRUST & 10 OTHER
OFFICES IN ST. LOUIS AND KANSAS CITY, MO AND PHOENIX, AZ.
106 BRANCHES IN 26 INDIANA, 2 OHIO AND 2 ILLINOIS COUNTIES.
BANKS OPERATING VIA 86 OFFICES IN IOWA & 9 OTHER STATES.

-1% Ann. EPS Gro PE 15 Avg. Daily Vol 32,900 Debt 139%
Last Qtr Eps +19%6 Last Qtr Sales +7%
3 Qtrs EPS ) 15%
Eps Due10/21
Acc/Dis A+

+19% Ann. EPS Gro PE 15 Avg. Daily Vol 131,100 Debt 37%
Last Qtr Eps +15%5 Last Qtr Sales +18%
0 Qtrs EPS ) 15%
Eps Due 10/21
Acc/Dis B-

-2% Ann. EPS Gro PE 14 Avg. Daily Vol 53,300 Debt 80%
Last Qtr Eps +29%6Last Qtr Sales +19%
4 Qtrs EPS ) 15%
Eps Due 10/26
Acc/Dis A

Thinly traded stock extended 13% from 21.74 buy point.

Extended 9% past 24.05 flat-base buy point.

Thinly traded; rising from support at 10-week moving avg.

MAINSOURCE FINL GRP INC (MSFG)


Grp 45
$22.09 PRIVATEBANCORP INC (PVTB)
Grp 45
o$41.86 BLACKBAUD INC (BLKB)
Grp 46
o$59.46
20.2M Shares 96 Comp. Rating 92 EPS RS 87 ROE 9% 75.5M Shares 96 Comp. Rating 92 EPS RS 91 ROE 11% 45.9M Shares 96 Comp. Rating 85 EPS RS 94 ROE 34%
HOLDING COMPANY FOR MAINSOURCE BANK OPERATING VIA 80 OFFIC- HOLDING CO FOR THE PRIVATE BANK AND TRUST OPERATING VIA 34 PROVIDES FUNDRAISING, FINANCE MANAGEMENT AND ADMINISTRAES IN ILLINOIS, INDIANA, OHIO AND KENTUCKY.
OFFICES IN IL, CO, CT, IA, GA, MI, MO, WI, OH AND KS.
TION SOFTWARE APPLICATIONS FOR NON-PROFIT ORGANIZATIONS.

+12% Ann. EPS Gro PE 13 Avg. Daily Vol 47,900 Debt 71%
Last Qtr Eps +16%6 Last Qtr Sales +10%
2 Qtrs EPS ) 15%
Acc/Dis A+

5% past 21.03 cup-with-handle entry; extremely thin.

+50% Ann. EPS Gro PE 20 Avg. Daily Vol 508,600 Debt 23%
Last Qtr Eps +12%6 Last Qtr Sales +10%
0 Qtrs EPS ) 15%
Acc/Dis B

Up 22% past 34.27 entry, in profit-taking zone.

+14% Ann. EPS Gro PE 42 Avg. Daily Vol 212,600 Debt 149%
Last Qtr Eps +17%6 Last Qtr Sales +12%
2 Qtrs EPS ) 15%
R&D 14%
Acc/Dis A-

Extended after March breakout; many visits to 10-week line.

FLEETMATICS GROUP PLC (FLTX)


Grp 46
o$47.92 MANHATTAN ASSOCIATES INC (MANH)
Grp 46
o$64.21 PAYCOM SOFTWARE INC (PAYC)
Grp 46
o$36.96
37.5M Shares 98 Comp. Rating 99 EPS RS 92 ROE 19% 72.3M Shares 97 Comp. Rating 97 EPS RS 97 ROE 49% 12.8M Shares 98 Comp. Rating 99 EPS RS 97 ROE 24%
IRELAND-BASED DEVELOPER OF WEB-BASED AND MOBILE FLEET MAN- DEVELOPS SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT SOFTWARE FOR MANUFAC- PROVIDES CLOUD-BASED HUMAN CAPITAL MGMT SOFTWARE THAT
AGEMENT SOFTWARE FOR SMALL AND MEDIUM-SIZED BUSINESSES. TURERS, DISTRIBUTORS, RETAILERS, TRANSPORTATION PROVIDERS. MANAGES EMPLOYMENT LIFE CYCLE FOR EMPLOYERS & EMPLOYEES.

+64% Ann. EPS Gro PE 39 Avg. Daily Vol 357,800 Debt 9%


Last Qtr Eps +74%6
3 Qtrs EPS ) 15%
Eps Due 8/6e
1.3
Acc/Dis B0.1
0.7
0.5
1.6
1.5 + Near 48.06 cup-with-handle buy point.
0.1 +
ULTIMATE SOFTWARE GROUP (ULTI)
Grp 46
o$183.19
0.0
26.9M Shares 98 Comp. Rating 96 EPS RS 88 ROE 27%
0.6 DESIGNS WEB-BASED PAYROLL AND WORKFORCE MANAGEMENT
2.0 SOFTWARE FOR ORGANIZATIONS IN THE U.S. AND CANADA.
0.4 +44% Ann. EPS Gro PE 79 Avg. Daily Vol 318,100 Debt 1%
0.1 + Last Qtr Eps +35%5
0.3 1 Qtrs EPS ) 15%
R&D 17%
0.3
Acc/Dis B
0.5
Sup/Demand 77
0.9
0.2
1.6
0.4 Just below 183.35 buy point of cup-shaped base.
0.4
0.4
0.0
0.2
0.1
0.6
0.4
0.1
0.8
0.3
0.1
0.2
1.7
0.1
0.1
0.0
0.2
0.2
0.9
2.8
0.3
0.3
2.8
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+11% Ann. EPS Gro PE 33 Avg. Daily Vol 357,200 Debt 92%
Last Qtr Eps +152%6 Last Qtr Sales +16%
2 Qtrs EPS ) 15%
Eps Due 8/24
Acc/Dis B

AMBARELLA INC (AMBA)


Grp 40
o$113.28 CAVIUM INC (CAVM)
Grp 40
o$67.12 WALGREENS BOOTS ALLIANCE (WBA)
Grp 41
o$93.73
28.5M Shares 99 Comp. Rating 99 EPS RS 99 ROE 33% 52.0M Shares 96 Comp. Rating 85 EPS RS 87 ROE 28% 870.0M Shares 99 Comp. Rating 88 EPS RS 93 ROE 16%

36 Mos % of 7 Qtrs EPS ) 15%


Perf Fund In Eps Due 9/2
Rtg the Stk

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95
93
85
87
99
99
85
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86
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92

0% Ann. EPS Gro PE 22 Avg. Daily Vol 260,800 Debt 44%


Last Qtr Eps +14%6
0 Qtrs EPS)15%
Eps Due 11/3
Acc/Dis B

+28% Ann. EPS Gro PE 48 Avg. Daily Vol 761,200 Debt 0%


Last Qtr Eps +28%6
11 Qtrs EPS ) 15%
Eps Due 10/19
R&D10%
Acc/Dis B-

+81% Ann. EPS Gro PE 112 Avg. Daily Vol 578,100 Debt 35%
Last Qtr Eps +150%6
Eps Due 11/4e
R&D 3%
Acc/Dis B-

Extended 7% above 60.08 buy point of late-stage base.

Double-bottom base shows 39.27 buy point.

EURONET WORLDWIDE INC (EEFT)


Grp 47
o$67.87 GLOBAL PAYMENTS INC (GPN)
Grp 47
o$112.52
47.7M Shares 97 Comp. Rating 93 EPS RS 92 ROE 21% 65.1M Shares 94 Comp. Rating 86 EPS RS 93 ROE 28%
PROVIDES ATM, POINT-OF-SALE AND CARD OUTSOURCING SERVICES PROVIDES ELECTRONIC PAYMENTS TRANSACTION PROCESSING TO
AS WELL AS EFT SOFTWARE AND PREPAID SERVICES TO RETAILERS CONSUMERS, MERCHANTS, CORPORATIONS, FINANCIAL INSTITUTIONS

+25% Ann. EPS Gro PE 24 Avg. Daily Vol 267,500 Debt 56%
Last Qtr Eps +34%5 Last Qtr Sales +7%
10 Qtrs EPS)15%
Acc/Dis A-

Extended after flat-base breakout past 62.50.

+12% Ann. EPS Gro PE 23 Avg. Daily Vol 528,500 Debt 138%
Last Qtr Eps +12%6 Last Qtr Sales +5%
0 Qtrs EPS ) 15%
Eps Due 9/30
Acc/Dis A-

Extended from 86.81 entry and several tests of 10-week line.

BLACKHAWK NETWORK INC (HAWK)


Grp 47
o$44.17 HEARTLAND PAYMENT SYS (HPY)
Grp 47
o$62.33 TOTAL SYSTEM SERVICES (TSS)
Grp 47
o$46.72
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OPERATES A PAYMENT NETWORK IN THE U.S. AND 21 OTHER COUN- PROVIDES BANKCARD PAYMENT PROCESSING SERVICES TO MER- PROVIDES ELECTRONIC PAYMENT PROCESSING AND RELATED SERVICTRIES TO OFFER GIFT CARDS AND OTHER PREPAID PRODUCTS
CHANTS IN THE U.S.
ES TO FINANCIAL AND NONFINANCIAL INSTITUTIONS

+36% Ann. EPS Gro PE 22 Avg. Daily Vol 607,800 Debt 129% -3% Ann. EPS Gro PE 39 Avg. Daily Vol 208,000 Debt 209%
Last Qtr Eps +36%6 Last Qtr Sales +31%
Last Qtr Eps +24%5 Last Qtr Sales +16%
3 Qtrs EPS)15%
2 Qtrs EPS ) 15%
Acc/Dis ASup/Demand 78

Easing, but still 9% past 40.67 entry from consolidation.

Acc/Dis A+

Extended from consolidation, but stock is thinly traded.

+18% Ann. EPS Gro PE 21 Avg. D. Vol 1,017,600 Debt 83%


Last Qtr Eps +29%6 Last Qtr Sales +15%
3 Qtrs EPS ) 15%
Eps Due 10/26
Acc/Dis B

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Grp 49
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1931M Shares 95 Comp. Rating 95 EPS RS 87 ROE 20% 143.0M Shares 97 Comp. Rating 90 EPS RS 92 ROE 45% 23.7M Shares 91 Comp. Rating 90 EPS RS 91 ROE 27%
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+19% Ann. EPS Gro PE 29 Avg. D. Vol 6,914,100 Debt 0%


Last Qtr Eps +37%5 Last Qtr Sales +12%
Eps Due 10/27
Acc/Dis B

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+2% Ann. EPS Gro PE 22 Avg. D. Vol 1,161,400 Debt 363%


Last Qtr Eps +19%5 Last Qtr Sales +29%
6 Qtrs EPS ) 15%
Eps Due 10/28
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Last Qtr Eps +21%6
3 Qtrs EPS ) 15%
Eps Due 9/15
Acc/Dis B
Sup/Demand 89

7% past 41.19 buy point after breakaway gap.

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INVESTOR'S BUSINESS DAILY

FRIDAY, AUGUST 7, 2015

AFTER MARKET

IBD New Issues Index

A9

Leading New Issues

Aimmune Therapeutics Jumps With IPO

Offering
Company
Symbol Date
Shake Shack Cl A SHAK 1/30/15
Spark Therapeutcs ONCE 1/30/15
PRA Hlth Sciences PRAH 11/13/14
Inotek Pharmactcls ITEK 2/18/15
Fitbit Inc Cl A
FIT 6/18/15
Seres Therapetcs MCRB 6/26/15
Shopify Inc Cl A SHOP 5/21/15
Juno Therapeutics JUNO 12/19/14

The biotech company is developing therapies


for treating allergies to peanuts and other
foods. Aimmune TherapeuticsAIMT raised $160
million by offering 10 million shares at 16, the
high end of its range and above original plans to
offer 8.3 million shares. The stock rose 51%
from the IPO price to close at 24.10. Rivals include October IPO DBV TechnologiesDBVT.

Offering
price
21.00
23.00
18.00
6.00
20.00
18.00
17.00
24.00

Current
price
64.66
58.14
42.09
13.78
44.60
40.05
36.28
44.81

EPS Industry
%Chg Rtg group
207.9 43 Retail-Restaurants
152.8 2 Medical-Biomed/Biotech
133.8 80 Medical-Research Eqp/Svc
129.7 23 Medical-Biomed/Biotech
123.0 84 Consumer Prod-Electronic
122.5 2 Medical-Biomed/Biotech
113.4 53 Internet-Content
86.7 14 Medical-Biomed/Biotech

Lead
underwriter
J P Morgan
J P Morgan
Jefferies & Co
Cowen And Co
Morgan Stanley
Goldman Sachs & Co
Morgan Stanley
Morgan Stanley

THE NEW AMERICA


INDUSTRY TRENDS

New America Archive

Whats Curbing Back-To-School Retail Sales?


BY MARILYN MUCH
INVESTOR'S BUSINESS DAILY

Retailers headed into the back-toschool selling season posting soft


sales gains as unseasonably hot
weather dampened apparel sales
and consumers remained cautious
in their spending amid worries
over their future buying power.
The lackluster results send a signal that retailers may have some
tough going during the key back-toschool buying period, which started in late July and runs through
mid-September.
July sales at stores open at least a
year rose just 0.3% vs. a year earlier, said Ken Perkins, president of
Retail Metrics, in a report out
Thursday. Analysts expected a
0.2% gain.
The report includes only an estimate for major apparel retailer
GapGPS, which will report July
same-store sales on Monday. It
also includes just an estimate for
PriceSmartPSMT.
The sluggish performance in July
follows a flat showing in June.
Only giant warehouse club operator CostcoCOST and Victorias Secret
parent L BrandsLB beat views.

Where Did The Teenagers Go?


What is a little bit concerning as
we set up for back-to-school is we
had two teen apparel retailers,
Buckle and Zumiez, which posted
double-digit declines in July samestore sales, Perkins told IBD.
Thats not the type of momentum
(we) want to see heading into the
key back-to-school selling season.
Action sports retailer ZumiezZUMZ
saw a 7.6% drop in its July samestore sales, below views for a 3.5%
decline. July became the fifth
straight month that Zumiez missed
expectations.
BuckleBKE posted an 8.1% decline
in July same-store sales, well short
of forecasts for a 0.7% gain.
Retailers were hurt by a few factors in July. The unseasonably
warm weather across much of the
U.S. during the month had an adverse impact on initial back-toschool apparel sales.
Also, several Southern states
shifted their tax holiday from July
to August, which was a drag on
sales, Perkins adds.
Most importantly, consumers
are very cautious because they

Shoppers checked out warehouse store Costco in July. It and L Brands


were the only retailers in a 10-company index beating sales estimates.

Monthly Same-Store Sales Growth


Retail Metrics index
Includes 10 retailers: apparel stores, discounters and drugstores

7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
-1

He says the months performance


was slightly better than the past
few months because the core demand in July, which excludes the
impact of gasoline and foreign exchange on Costco, was higher than
it has been recently.
He says the pace of the core demand is around 5%, including his
estimate for Gap.
Thats a significant number and
would be the best performance
since February, he said. It shows
that theres a little more demand.
Still, he forecasts same-store
sales will be flat to up 1% in August.
Some of the spending pulled from
July due to the tax holiday shift
will flow into August, he says.
He sees a moderate increase of
about 2% in back-to-school spending. That would be along the same
lines of back-to-school spending
the last couple of years, Niemira
says.
Back-to-school is shaping up to
be very competitive, particularly in
teen apparel, said Perkins.

Bargain-Hunting To Shine?
July:
0.3%
0
12

13

14

15

Source: Retail Metrics

have seen very little improvement


in their overall earnings, said Perkins. The consumer mood is one
of continued caution. Theyre nervous about their future earnings potential and their ability to see any
wage increase.

Car Sales Draw Dollars


Another drag on retail spending
is the fact that auto sales, which
have been increasing at a strong
pace, are taking money away
from traditional retailers, says Perkins. High new car payments
most likely are pulling money
away from spending on other discretionary items, Perkins adds.
Costcos beat was the reason
Julys showing was slightly ahead
of expectations, says Perkins.
The giant warehouse club and
typical top retail performer reported July same-store sales Wednesday night that were flat with a year

earlier, ahead of forecasts for a


-0.2% decline. Its core U.S. samestore sales, backing out gasoline
and foreign exchange, rose a solid
6% from a year earlier, ahead of
views for a 5.7% rise.
L Brands also had a good month.
The company reported a 3% increase in July same-store sales,
crushing forecasts for a 1.9% gain.
The company also increased its
second-quarter earnings guidance
to a range of 66 cents to 68 cents a
share, vs. its previous guidance of
60 cents to 65 cents.
Regional discount chain Stein
MartSMRT posted a 3% increase in
July same-store sales, slightly
below views for a 3.5% gain.
Gap is estimated to see a 2.7% decline in July same-store sales.
Michael Niemira, chief economist
at research firm The Retail Economist, calculates July same-store
sales rose 0.5% vs. a year earlier.

IPO Filings Soon To Be Priced


Symbol/
Shares Estimated Mkt Value
Company
Exchange
(000)
Price
($Mil) Industry Group
Houlihan Lokey Inc Cl A HLI/NSE
13,059 22.0 24.0 1517.9 FinanceInvest Bnk/Bkrs
Los Angeles, CA. Provides mergers and acquisitions, financing and restructuring services

P/E Ratios:
Co / Grp
Lead Underwriter
19/ 33
Bofa Merrill Lynch.

n.a./ 106 Morgan Stanley.


Global Blood Therapeutic GBT/NDQ 6,900 16.0 18.0 516.7 MedicalBiomed/Biotech
San Francisco, CA. Develops small molecule therapeutics to treat sickle cell diseases and other nonmalignant bloodbased disorders.
CNFR/NDQ 5,290 11.0 13.0 124.8 InsuranceProp/Cas/Titl
n.a./ 17 B M O Capital Markets.
Conifer Holdings Inc
Birmingham, MI. Offers specialty property and casualty insurance products through independent agents in 43 states and D.C.
GCAA/NDQ 6,153 13.0 15.0 271.7 MedicalProducts
n.a./ 57 Bofa Merrill Lynch.
G C Aesthetics plc
Ireland. Irelandbased manufacturer of silicone breast implant products sold in EMEA, Latin America and AsiaPacific
RMI/NDQ 4,370 19.0 20.0 143.4 FinanceProperty Reit
n.a./ 53 Robert W Baird & Co.
Riverbanc Multifamily
Charlotte, NC. REIT that invests directly in or secured by 16 multifamily apartment properties with 5,623 apartment units
BOXL/NDQ 2,091 10.0 12.0 99.0
Consumer ProdElectronic n.a./ 25 Aegis Capital Corp.
Boxlight Corp Cl A
Lawrenceville, GA. Develops interactive visual imaging technology for schools, universities, businesses and government agencies.

He sees off-price retail as being


the best performing segment for
back-to-school. Off-price retail operators TJX Cos.TJX and Ross
StoresROST as well as Stein Mart
should see relatively decent traffic for back-to-school, he says. So
should giant discounters WalMart StoresWMT and TargetTGT as
well as value price department
store operator KohlsKSS, he says.
Niemira says the one category
where he is looking for a little more
strength for back-to-school is
shoes.
Separately, industry experts also
forecast footwear will be a hot item
for back-to-school. The bets are in
that players like NikeNKE, Under ArmourUA and Skechers USASKX will
be among the beneficiaries of the
expected strong demand for footwear for back-to-school.
Perkins expects the back-toschool season to be a little more
prolonged, with more purchases
taking place in September.

Issue Date Symbol Company Name


6/12/15
6/22/15
7/14/15
5/22/15
6/19/15

ABBV
ACHC
ADS
AHS
ANET

AbbVie
Acadia Healthcare
Alliance Data Systems
AMN Healthcare
Arista Networks

6/29/15
6/9/15
8/7/15
7/31/15
8/6/15
6/25/15

CBM
CBG
CELG
CMG
CYH
CRTO

Cambrex
CB Richard Ellis
Celgene
Chipotle Mexican Grill
Community Health
Criteo

6/8/15
6/18/15
7/15/15
6/15/15

DPLO
EGRX
EW
ESNT

Diplomat Pharmacy
Eagle Pharma
Edwards Lifesciences
Essent Group

6/17/15
6/23/15
7/28/15
7/21/15
7/8/15
6/24/15

FIT
GILD
GPRO
HBI
HW
ILMN

FitBit
Gilead Sciences
GoPro
Hanesbrands
Headwaters
Illumina

7/29/15
5/27/15
7/9/15
6/30/15
6/4/15
6/10/15
6/2/15
6/26/15

JAZZ
KCG
LAD
LXFT
MTSI
MMI
VAC
MCK

Jazz Pharmaceuticals
KCG Holdings
Lithia Motors
Luxoft
Macom Technology
Marcus & Millichap
Marriott Vacations
McKesson

7/6/15
7/23/15
6/1/15
7/1/15
6/16/15
5/21/15
8/5/15
7/2/15

MLNX Mellanox Tech


MOH Molina Healthcare
MOMO Momo
NSA National Storage
NCLH Norwegian Cruise
PZZA Papa John's
PLNT Planet Fitness
REGN Regeneron Pharma

7/7/15
7/30/15
7/13/15
7/22/15
5/29/15
5/28/15
6/3/15
5/26/15
7/16/15
7/17/15
8/3/15
6/11/15
8/4/15

RENT
RH
CRM
SWKS
SEDG
TASR
THC
TXRH
TYL
ULTA
VRX
WING
ZBRA

Rentrak
Restoration Hardware
Salesforce.com
Skyworks Solutions
SolarEdge Tech
Taser International
Tenet Healthcare
Texas Roadhouse
Tyler Technologies
Ulta Beauty
Valeant Pharma
Wingstop
Zebra Tech

TPP Covers More Than Goods Tariffs


TPP FROM A1

The TPP would bind the U.S.


and 11 other nations in a trade partnership that goes far beyond lowering tariffs on the goods sector
that is the typical focus of bilateral
deals. It would also cover rules for
intellectual property and market
access for service firms, both big
pluses for U.S. companies.

Rules Of The Road


Finally, the TPP would extend environmental and labor regulations
with which participating nations
must comply. Thats among the reasons Obama has described the
agreement as an effort to establish
rules of the road for international
trade.
Hes warnedtrade-skeptical Democrats that if the U.S. backs out,

China will end up setting the rules.


Yet U.S. deal opponents are skeptical that nations such as Vietnam
and Malaysia will be held accountable.
The TPP deal is expected to provide a significant boost to Vietnams growth rate and exports
when tariffs for U.S.-bound garments drop to zero, Global Insight
chief Asia-Pacific economist Rajiv
Biswas wrote last week.
One of the remaining sticking
points is over rules that would require state-owned enterprises,
which account for a large share of
economic activity in some TPP
countries, to compete on a level
playing field with the private sector. On a similar note, the U.S. government would open its procurement to TPP countries, effectively
waiving Buy American policies.

10/ 21
Bofa Merrill Lynch.
Philadelphia Energy Cl A PESC/NSE 16,917 15.0 18.0 1496.7 Oil&GasRefining/Mktg
Philadelphia, PA. Engaged in the refining of petroleum products and the operation of an unloading terminal in Philadelphia, PA.
13,225 12.0 14.0 718.6 FinanceProperty Reit
n.a./ 53 Barclays Capital.
International Mkt Center IMC/NSE
Las Vegas, NV. REIT that owns and operates businesstobusiness showroom space for the home furniture, decor and gift industries.

Cable Operators Getting Choosier On Channels


CABLE FROM A1

said on its earnings call that some


of the content companies would
suffer dramatically if theyre left
out of channel packages.
If we had our druthers, wed buy
our product a la carte, he added.
The pay-TV industry is still far
from offering consumers a la
carte pricing letting subscribers pick each individual channel
they want and just paying for
those. Media companies negotiate
deals that require pay-TV companies to carry popular channels as
well as some with low viewership.
Viacom leads with 25 basic
cable networks, including MTV,
Nickelodeon and Comedy Central.
Disney follows with 22 channels,
Comcasts NBCUniversal with 16,
Fox with 14, DiscoveryDISCA with 13
and Time Warner at 11, says an

RBC Capital report. Analyst David


Bank said Viacom and Discovery
havemoreexposureto smallerbundles than Time Warner, Scripps
Networks InteractiveSNI or CBS.
In 2014, cable channel subscribers fell hardest at Viacom, followed
by Scripps and Fox, says RBC Capital. But rising per-subscriber fees
have been offsetting the declines
at most media companies.
Reacting to Disneys ESPN guidance, Fox said on its post-earnings
call that its growing distribution
for channels aimed at younger
viewers.

Streaming Is No Panacea
Its questionable whether media
companies can offset slowing revenue growth from affiliate fees by
selling content to online, subscription video providers such as Netflix, Amazon.comAMZN and Hulu, an-

alysts say. Time Warner and CBS


in late 2014 went direct to consumers, offering Web versions of HBO
and broadcast content, respectively.
For cable TV firms such as Comcast and Charter, the question is
whether their dominance in selling
high-speed Internet services will
enable them to weather the storm
amid increased regulatory scrutiny, says Craig Moffett, analyst at
MoffettNathanson.
Cable operators are, first and
foremost, infrastructure providers. And theyve got the winning infrastructure, he said in an email.
Still, Comcast is down 6% in the
past two sessions, with Charter off
about 2% though both pared losses Thursday. Dish is up 4%.
Meanwhile, Netflix rose 2% on
Thursday to a new closing high,up
nearly 11% for the week.

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Can Flippers Still Make A Buck?


Slowing home-price gains and rising
mortgage rates could soon challenge
house-ippers. In Q2, gross prot averaged
$70,696, or 35.9% of their initial purchase
price, vs. 23.4% a year ago, before costs.

Flipping gross profit

Flips vs. single-family home sales

Top metro areas for flipping

50%

Home sales (line)


Flips (bars)
1,000,000 Houses bought and resold in 12 months
80,000
800,000
60,000
600,000
40,000
400,000
20,000
200,000
0
01 03 05 07 09 11 13 15

Chicago
Dayton, Ohio
Harrisburg, Penn.
Ocala, Fla.
Baltimore, Md.
Charleston, S.C.
Melbourne, Fla.
52

Peak

25
0
Q2 13

Source: RealtyTrac (realtytrac.com)

Q2 14

Q2 15

By average gross prot in Q2

54

56

58

60

62%

INSIDE REAL ESTATE


Remodeling Looks Poised For A Pick-Up
Supplier Stocks Could Benefit
Big, long-delayed projects
figure in spending outlook
triggered by home equity

NYC, London
Rank Tops In
Real Estate
Sales Are Way Up At Midyear
BY MARILYN ALVA

BY MARILYN MUCH

INVESTOR'S BUSINESS DAILY

INVESTOR'S BUSINESS DAILY

Manhattan and London continued


their reign this year as the top two
cities worldwide for commercial
real estate investments, according
to a midyear review by Real Capital
Analytics.
The Big Apples appeal on the
world investment stage made New
York City the No. 1 global market in
commercial real estate volume in
the first six months of 2015.
Sales volume totaled $36.8 billion, up 59%. London followed at
$29.7 billion, for a 48% gain over
the prior year.
London and Manhattan are continuing to increase their share of
global flows while other major markets are losing out to smaller cities, noted RCA in its midyear global report.
These top two markets are attractive to investors from politically
or economically challenged regions and mainstream investors
perceive them as the most likely
to deliver strong rental growth in
the coming years, RCA noted.
Tokyos sales volume fell 21% in
the first half of the year, causing it
to drop from No. 3 to No. 5. Paris
was off 34%, Sydney was down
20%, and Hong Kong down 26%.

Powered by rising home sales and


prices, and lots of pent-up demand,
the pace of remodeling spending is
positioned to pick up.
Industry experts expect remodeling spending to see a nice uptick
this year amid strengthening housing market fundamentals, though
they vary on just how much.
A recent flurry of good news on
key housing indicators bodes well
for remodeling:
In June, existing home sales rose
3.2% to a seasonally adjusted annual rate of 5.49 million from May, according to the National Association of Realtors. Sales are now at
their highest level since February
2007 and are up 9.6% from a year
earlier.
The median existing home price
for all housing types in June was
$236,400, up 6.5% from a year earlier and above the peak median sales
price of $230,400 set in July 2006,
says the NAR.

Suppliers Stand Out


A rise in remodeling spending
should aid high-rated companies
suchasgiant homeimprovement retailer Home DepotHD, top home improvement and building products
maker MascoMAS, and global flooring company Mohawk IndustriesMHK. These companies stand to
benefit from increased spending
on home spruce-ups like new flooring and renovations such as kitchen redos, the type of projects that
may have been deferred in the past.
Analysts polled by Thomson Reuters expect Masco, Home Depot
and Mohawk to see double digit
year-over-year profit growth in
2015,2016 and2017. Theyexpect Israeli quartz surface maker Caesarstone Sdot-YamCSTE to see doubledigit profit growth in 2016 and 2017.
We think by the end of the year
remodeling spending nationally
will reach an all-time high, Kermit
Baker, senior research fellow at
Harvards Joint Center For Housing Studies, told IBD. It looks like
its almost fully recovered from the
(housing) downturn, where new
construction is still well below
where it was before the downturn.
Broadly, were expecting to see
mid-to-low single-digit growth in
remodeling this year and then it will
begin to accelerate at the end of the
year moving into 2016 for the next
year or two, said Baker, who directs the Remodeling Futures Program at Harvards housing center.
Total home improvement and repair spending peaked at just under
$325 billion in 2007, he says. The

Home Depot is among home-improvement stocks forecast to stack up double-digit annual earnings growth.

Ready To Revamp
U.S. homeowner spruce-ups are
forecast to top an annualized rate
of $151 billion in Q3
Homeowner improvements

$160

Annual rate*, in billions

120
80
40
0
95 97 99 01 03 05 07 09 11 13 15e
Source: Real Capital Analytics *current, 3 prior quarters

Joint Center estimates it will rise


2.5% in 2015 from a year earlier to
$325 billion. Baker projects spending growth will probably get to the
long-term trend of 5% until theres
another downturn.

Home-Price Gains Are Pivotal


The single most important trend
driving the Joint Centers forecast
is recovering home prices, he says.
Seeing home prices recover is
crucial to consumers having the
confidence to undertake a remodeling, he said.
Another driver, he adds, is the
fact that homeowners who had deferred some projects during the
downturn from 2008 to 2011 are
now attacking the list of projects
they put off.
Such projects include bath and
kitchen remodels and room additions. Baker says these types of
projects have seen the strongest
recovery from the downturn and
should continue to do so as the market continues to grow.
The Joint Centers key metric for
tracking the growth of improvement spending specifically on
owner-occupied properties is the
Leading Indicator of Remodeling

The Real Estate Marketplace

INVESTMENT
PROPERTIES

Activity (LIRA).
The LIRA provides a short-term
outlook of national homeowner improvement spending, estimating
the annual rate of change in spending for the current quarter and
prior three quarters. In Q3 that
four-quarter moving total is forecast to reach $151.1 billion.
The LIRA projects annual homeimprovement spending growth of
2.8% in 2015 accelerating to 4% by
the first quarter of 2016, says Joint
Center research analyst Abbe Will.
Major drivers of this anticipated
growth are the recent pick-up in
home sales activity, sustained
growth in retail sales of home improvement products and ongoing
gains in house prices across much
of the country, Will said.
The biggest trigger for remodeling spending, says Baker, is the sale
of a home, particularly an older one.
Ken Fears, director of housing, finance and regional economics for
the NAR, says theres a strong correlation between home sales and
remodeling.
With an increase in home sales
volumes, youre likely to see an increase in remodeling because people will have a source of funds from
the sale to tap into to do the remodeling, he said.
He expects remodeling trends to
track the general trend for existing home sales.
The NAR forecasts existing home
sales will rise 6.6% this year, followed by a 4.1% gain in 2016.

A Different View
The National Association of
Home Builders calculates remodeling spending differently from how
the Joint Center does it.
NAHB senior economist Michael
Neal says residential remodeling
spending on owner-occupied properties fell by 24.3% from a year earlier in 2014 after it was hurt by harsh
weather in the years first half and
kept falling in the second half.
However, because of the severity of the fall, the level of private residential improvement spending in
2015 will be below its level in 2014,
by about 12%, Neal told IBD.
But beginning with the fourth
quarter of 2015, private residential
improvements spending will exceed its year-ago level, and yearover-year growth will continue
into 2016 and 2017, by 13.2% and

3.1% respectively.
Piper Jaffray analyst Peter Keith
says he expects to see a continued
uptick in spending on larger-ticker home remodel projects such as
kitchen and bath remodels.
I think we will see very strong
same-store sales growth from the
home improvement retailers, he
told IBD.
Keith notes that comments from
both Home Depot and Lowes
Cos.LOW management indicate that
sales volumes in certain categories
such as lumber and concrete that
are often utilized in larger-ticket
projects are still well off their total
previous highs in 2006 or 2007.

Large Projects Get Underway


Morningstar analyst James
Krapfel, who covers companies
such as Masco and Mohawk, concurs that the mix of remodel and repair spending has shifted to more
expensive projects, like full kitchen remodels, that tend to carry higher margins for the companies.
Daren Blomquist, vice president
at property data tracker RealtyTrac, says due to rising home
prices more people have equity in
their homes than in the past. RealtyTrac research shows that people
who have a mortgage and are equity rich, with at least 50% equity in
their homes, have grown to 10.9
million this year, or about 20% of
all homeowners with a mortgage,
up from 9.9 million last year.
That puts more people in a good
position to take out a HELOC
(Home Equity Line of Credit) and
use (the funds) to remodel their
homes, he told IBD. In the second half of 2014 and the first half of
2015, we saw a jump in HELOCs as
more people regained their equity
and felt comfortable enough to leverage that equity.
Current low interest rates may
well prompt homeowners to take
out some form of financing sooner
rather than later, says Andres Carbacho-Burgos, associate director
at Moodys Analytics.
Interest rates are so low now on
whichever form of financing you
look at, people may think if theyre
going to improve their homes and
have to borrow to do so for large
projects, now is the time, he said.
They may think if I wait two to
three years to borrow to pay for this
I may have to pay higher rates.

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JPMorgan Deal A Win-Win?


BY BLOOMBERG NEWS

JPMorgan Chase & Co. reached an


agreement to lease office space in a
tower at the Newport complex in
Jersey City, N.J., where the bank
will move some of its technology
employees from New York.
The deal for 400,000 square feet
at 545 Washington Blvd.was signed
Friday, said Richard LeFrak, chairman of the LeFrak Organization,
which controls Newport. The bank
will move into space now occupied
by KCG Holdings, a brokerage and
automated trader planning to relocate across the Hudson River to the
New York Mercantile Exchange
building in lower Manhattan.
LeFrak called the move a win-win

forboth New York andthe New Jersey waterfront, which have often
competed for financial tenants.
JPMorganJPM plans to move
about 2,150 information-technology jobs from three New York City
locations as part of a cost-cutting effort, a person with knowledge of
the matter said last month.
This is not a New York win and a
Jersey loss or a Jersey loss and a
New York win, LeFrak said. For
Newport, its a commitment from a
major financial institution, to put its
fin-tech workershere, notjustbackoffice workers. They found it an excellent place for their operations.
The move will bring JPMorgan
$188 million of tax benefits over a
decade, the person with knowledge
of the situation said. A JPMorgan
spokesman declined to comment.

Florida Investment Jumps


On the other hand, South Florida,
led by Miami, saw volume jump
88% to $7.1 billion. Orlando surged
280% to $3.8 billion.
Los Angeles, at No. 3, saw volume
grow 25% to $16.9 billion, while
fourth-ranked San Francisco
jumped 30% to $15.9 billion. Chicago (No. 6) and metro Washington,
D.C. (No. 7) saw gains of 94% and
37%, respectively. Dallas, Atlanta,
Boston, Seattle and Houston also
saw double-digit increases.
RCA noted that a number of U.S.
cities have moved up in the rankings in recent years as the U.S. investment-market recovery took
hold. It cited Miami, Chicago, Atlanta and Boston in particular.
Income-producing real estate
transactions worldwide grew 17%
to $420.3 billion, RCA said. The survey covered office, industrial, retail, apartment and hotel sectors.

Apartments And Hotels Sell


Apartment investments saw the
greatest growth in transactions, up
40% in the first half vs. the prior
year, followed by hotels (up 36%)
and industrial (up 29%). Office volume rose just 2%.
Countries leading in total transactions in the first half of 2015 were
the U.S. (up 43%), the U.K. (up
25%), Germany (up 10%), Australia
(up 9%) and China (down 26%).
Due in part to the buying power
of the U.S. dollar against the euro
and other currencies, U.S.-based investors were the largest source of
cross-border capital in the first half
of the year, RCA noted. They invested $31.4 billion cross-borders, 81%
of it in Europe.
Many U.S.-denominated investors are finding that Europe, in particular, offers better value than last
year, the report noted.
Investments in Norway, Spain,
Italy and Finland showed large
gains. France, however, was down
sharply.
New York-based Blackstone
GroupBX, the worlds largest private equity firm, led the list of
top-20 global buyers and sellers in
the first half of the year. Other top
buyers included PrologisPLD, Starwood Capital Group and Brookfield Asset ManagementBAM.

World Hot Spots


New York City leads in commercial
property deals

Sales, in billions
New York
London
Los Angeles
San Francisco
Tokyo
0

10

Source: Real Capital Analytics

Jan.-June 2015
20 30 $40

INVESTOR'S BUSINESS DAILY

A 11

FRIDAY, AUGUST 7, 2015

TRACKING TRENDS

iShares S&P 500 Growth (IVW)


$116.88 -1.13 as of 8/6/15

Big Caps Rule Amid Volatility


Large-cap exchange traded funds rallied in
July as investors sought safety amid a China
sell-off and eurozone woes. IShares S&P
500 Growth ETF beat its value counterpart
last month, as it has year to date.

120

iShares Core S&P 500 (IVV)


$210.01 -1.75 as of 8/6/15

110

iShares S&P 500 Value (IVE)


$92.03 -0.59 as of 8/6/15

100
90

200
Volume
34,000,000
17,000,000

100
Volume
8,000,000
4,000,000
Mar 15

220

Jun

Mar 15

Volume
7,200,000
3,600,000

Jun

Mar 15

Jun

MUTUAL FUNDS & ETFs


Growth Funds Leading The Market

EXCHANGE TRADED FUNDS

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

ETF Strategy Could Hit Its Stride


Tough Times Ahead?
Fundamental indexing
puts focus on strong,
well-priced companies
BY APARNA NARAYANAN
INVESTOR'S BUSINESS DAILY

An ebbing tide may lower some


boats faster than others. Expect
popular stocks with weak fundamentals to be challenged in likely
tougher times ahead, experts say.
Luckily for investors, ETF strategies exist to zoom into strong companies with sound qualities.
Thats important at this late stage
of the bull market, says Andy Kapyrin, director of research at RegentAtlantic Capital, a $3 billion registered investment advisory.
Dispersion is happening, and its
not being driven by fundamentals,
said Kapyrin, who views the steep
run-up in some technology and
health care stocks as problematic.
Yet these two sectors dominate a
market-cap-weighted index such
as that tracked by $12.56 billion
iShares Russell 1000IWB.
So Kapyrin favors fundamentally
weighted ETFs such as Schwab
Fundamental U.S. Large Company
FNDX
for core U.S. equity exposure
in client portfolios.
FNDX allocates 13% of assets to
the technology sector and an
equal amount to energy, an underperformer this year.
The $742.3 million ETF weights
its 640 holdings based on measures
such as sales, dividends and cash

Mutual Fund Performance


2015
%
Chg Fund

4 Wk Net
% Asset NAV
Chg Value Chg

For Wednesday, Aug. 5, 2015

A
ABFunds A
$ 54.6 bil 8002215672
+ 1 DiscovVal + 1 20.42 +.14
+10 Growth
+ 4 66.12 +.14
0 HiIncome 1 8.74 .01
+10 LrgCpGrow + 3 41.22 +.12
ABFunds ADV
$ 38.6 bil 8002215672
+ 1 DiscovVal + 1 20.84n +.15
0 HiIncome 1 8.75n .01
+11 LrgCpGrow + 3 44.07n +.13
ABFunds B
$ 46.6 bil 8002215672
+ 1 DiscovVal + 1 19.34n +.14
+ 9 Growth
+ 4 41.18n +.09
0 HiIncome 1 8.82n .01
+10 LrgCpGrow + 3 32.83n +.09
ABFunds C
$ 55.7 bil 8002215672
+ 9 Growth
+ 4 41.59n +.09
0 HiIncome 1 8.84n .01
+10 LrgCpGrow + 3 33.16n +.09
ABFunds I
$ 25.8 bil 8002215672
+ 1 DiscovVal + 1 20.31n +.15
+ 1 HiIncome 1 8.76n .01
+11 LgCpGr
+ 3 43.83n +.13
0 Value
+ 1 14.20n +.03
ABFunds K
$ 16.5 bil 8002215672
+ 1 DiscovVal + 1 20.18n +.14
0 HiIncome 1 8.75n +.00
+10 LgGrwthK + 3 41.90n +.12
ABFunds R
$ 21.5 bil 8002215672
+ 1 DiscovVal + 1 20.04n +.14
0 HiIncome 1 8.74n .01
ABFunds Z
$ 17.9 bil 8002215672
+ 1 HiIncmZ
1 8.76n .01
Advisors' Inner Circle
$ 7.4 bil 8007914226
+13 EdgwdGrInst + 8 22.83n +.23
Akre
$ 7.3 bil 8778629556
+ 7 FocusInst + 2 24.42n +.13
+ 7 FocusR
+ 2 24.12n +.14
Alger Funds A
$ 8.2 bil 8009923863
+ 9 CaptApp
+ 4 22.47 +.12
+10 Spectra
+ 4 18.97 +.10
Alger Funds B
$ 2.4 bil 8009923863
+ 9 CaptApp
+ 4 18.73n +.09
Alger Funds C
$ 2.5 bil 8009923863
+ 9 CaptApp
+ 4 18.81n +.10
Alger Funds I
$ 1.5 bil 8009923863

2015
%
Chg Fund

4 Wk Net
% Asset NAV
Chg Value Chg

+ 9 CaptApp
+ 4 78.06n +.35
+ 9 Growth
+ 2 64.09n +.29
Alger Instl
$ 4.6 bil 8009923863
+ 9 CapApp
+ 4 29.31n +.15
Allianz A
$ 21.7 bil 8004260107
+11 GIFocGrowth + 5 44.37 +.26
1 NFJ Div Val + 2 16.79 +.06
2 NFJSmlCpVal 1 25.23 +.09
Allianz Admin
$ 8.3 bil 8004260107
+11 GIFocGrowthR + 5 35.23n +.22
Allianz B
$ 20.0 bil 8004260107
+11 GIFocGrowth + 5 32.72n +.20
1 NFJ Div Val + 2 17.09n +.06
+ 7 RCM Tech + 4 50.95n +.64
Allianz C
$ 19.3 bil 8004260107
+11 GIFocGrowth + 5 32.72n +.20
1 NFJ Div Val + 2 16.93n +.06
+ 7 RCM Tech + 4 50.93n +.64
Allianz D
$ 2.3 bil 8004260107
+ 7 RCM Tech + 4 58.40n +.74
Allianz Instl
$ 19.9 bil 8004260107
1 NFJ Div Val + 2 16.88n +.07
+ 8 RCM Mid Cap + 4 4.13n +.04
+ 7 RCM Tech + 4 63.75n +.80
+ 7 RCM Tech + 4 59.30 +.75
Amer Beacon Adv
$ 17.9 bil 8003883344
+ 1 LgCapVal
+ 1 27.38n +.07
Amer Beacon AMR
$ 22.4 bil 8003883344
+ 1 LgCapVal
+ 2 29.07n +.08
Amer Beacon Inst
$ 27.3 bil 8003883344
+ 2 BrdgLgCpVal + 1 24.43n +.04
+ 1 LgCapVal
+ 2 29.41n +.08
Amer Beacon Inv
$ 23.0 bil 8003883344
+ 1 LgCapVal
+ 2 27.68n +.07
Amer Cent A
$ 107 bil 8003452021
0 Equity Inc + 1 8.64 +.03
+ 6 Growth
+ 4 29.91 +.11
+ 2 Small Co
0 13.19 +.03
+11 SmCapGrow + 3 14.51 +.08
+10 Ultra
+ 5 36.84 +.09
Amer Cent C
$ 61.7 bil 8003452021
1 Equity Income + 1 8.64n +.04
Amer Cent Instl
$ 137 bil 8003452021
0 Equity Inc + 1 8.65n +.03
+ 7 Growth
+ 4 31.13n +.11
+ 1 MidCpVal + 1 16.53n +.04
+ 6 NT Growth + 4 15.62n +.06
+ 3 NT SmallCo + 1 10.00n +.03

2015
%
Chg Fund

4 Wk Net
% Asset NAV
Chg Value Chg

+ 1 NTMidVal + 1 12.68n +.04


+ 2 Small Co
0 13.55n +.03
+11 SmCapGrow + 3 15.10n +.09
+10 Ultra
+ 5 39.32n +.10
Amer Cent Inv
$ 144 bil 8003452021
+ 9 AllCapGrw + 4 33.02n +.27
+10 AmerCenR6Cl + 5 39.32n +.09
0 EquityInc + 2 8.65n +.04
+ 7 Growth
+ 4 30.68n +.11
+ 2 Small Co
0 13.48n +.03
+11 SmCapGrow + 3 14.86n +.08
+10 Ultra
+ 5 38.21n +.09
Amer Cent R
$ 59.8 bil 8003452021
1 EquityInc + 1 8.62n +.03
+ 6 Growth
+ 4 29.46n +.11
American Funds A
$ 1165 bil 8004214120
+ 5 AMCAP
+ 3 28.57 +.13
+ 2 Balanced
+ 2 24.96 .01
0 BdFdAm
0 12.69 .03
+ 2 CapIncBldr + 2 59.47 +.14
+ 5 CapWld G&I + 4 47.72 +.31
3 CapWrldBd 1 19.14 .06
+ 7 EuroPac Gr + 4 50.60 +.24
+ 5 FndmntlInv + 3 53.49 +.06
+ 1 Glb Bal
+ 2 30.38 +.06
+ 7 GrFdAmer + 4 45.88 +.19
+ 1 High Income 0 10.46 +.00
+ 1 Interm Bond 1 13.50 .02
+ 3 IntlGr&Inc + 4 32.08 +.11
+ 3 Inv Co Am + 3 37.49 +.17
0 Mutual
+ 2 36.83 +.13
+ 8 New Pers
+ 5 39.36 +.17
+ 1 New World + 3 54.11 +.14
+10 NewEcon
+ 4 40.62 +.19
+11 Sm Cp Wrld + 3 50.22 +.14
+ 1 TaxExBdAm 0 12.95 .01
0 TheInFdAm + 1 21.32 +.05
+ 1 US Gov Sec 1 14.02 .03
+ 1 Wash Mutl + 2 40.86 +.04
American Funds B
$ 1128 bil 8004214120
+ 5 AMCAP
+ 3 26.29n +.12
+ 2 Balanced
+ 2 24.91n +.00
0 BdFdAm
1 12.69n .03
+ 1 CapIncBldr + 2 59.62n +.15
4 CapWrldBd 1 18.99n .07
+ 4 CpWrldG&I + 4 47.52n +.31
+ 7 EuroPac Gr + 4 50.45n +.23
+ 4 FndmntlInv + 3 53.36n +.07
+ 7 GrFdAmer + 4 43.73n +.18
0 Hi Inc Tr
0 10.46n +.00
0 Interm Bond 1 13.50n .02
+ 2 Inv Co Am + 3 37.36n +.17
0 Mutual
+ 2 36.56n +.13
+10 New Econ + 4 38.08n +.18
+ 8 New Pers
+ 5 38.77n +.16
+ 1 New World + 2 53.35n +.14
+10 SmCpWrld + 3 46.13n +.13
0 TaxExBdAm 0 12.95n .01

2015
%
Chg Fund

4 Wk Net
% Asset NAV
Chg Value Chg

0 TheInFdAm + 1 21.18n +.05


0 US Gov Sec 1 14.01n .02
0 Wash Mut + 2 40.63n +.03
Amerindo Funds
$ 89.3 bil 8888324386
+ 5 CpWrldGI R5 + 4 47.74n +.31
AQR Funds
$ 24.0 bil 8662902688
+ 6 AQRfundI + 3 21.80n +.16
Ariel Mutual Fds
$ 4.7 bil 8002927435
+ 2 ApprecInv + 1 54.76n +.05
+ 2 Inv
0 73.21n .09
Artisan Funds
$ 98.6 bil 8003441770
+ 4 IntlInst
+ 4 31.23n +.23
+ 3 IntlInv
+ 4 30.99n +.22
+ 4 IntlValInv + 3 35.67n +.18
+ 4 IntlValInvInst + 3 35.82n +.18
2 Mid Cap Val 1 24.15n +.17
+ 9 MidCapInst + 5 52.27n +.47
+ 9 MidCapInv + 5 49.50n +.44
Aston Funds
$ 21.6 bil 8009928151
4 FairpntMidI 0 39.97n +.16
4 FairpntMidN 0 39.07n +.16

B
Baird Funds
$ 16.5 bil 8007922473
+ 1 CorPlsBdIns 0 11.03n .03
Baron Instl
$ 21.2 bil 8009922766
+ 6 Asset
+ 3 68.97n +.25
+ 5 Growth
+ 2 76.65n .09
+ 7 Partners
+ 3 40.02n +.07
+ 1 RealEstate
0 26.31n .26
Baron Retail
$ 1.7 bil 8009922766
+ 1 RealEstate
0 26.05n .26
Baron Funds
$ 19.8 bil 8009922766
+ 6 Asset
+ 3 67.54n +.24
+ 5 Growth
+ 2 75.54n .09
+ 7 Partners
+ 3 39.37n +.07
BlackRock A
$ 62.6 bil 8004417762
+ 3 BasicVal
+ 2 27.52 .03
+11 CapApp b
+ 6 26.61 +.14
+ 1 Equity Div + 3 24.86 +.08
+ 3 Glob Alloc + 1 20.23 +.05
+20 HealthSciOp b + 5 59.32 +.45
+16 Mid Gr
+ 4 16.48 +.10
+ 9 SmGrEq b + 3 16.35 +.14
+ 6 US Opport + 1 38.54 +.11
BlackRock B
$ 11.0 bil 8004417762
+19 HealthSciOp b + 5 54.93n +.41
+ 5 US Opportun m + 132.32
n +.09
BlackRock BlRk
$ 3.1 bil 8004417762
+12 CapApp b
+ 6 28.15n +.16

2015
%
Chg Fund

4 Wk Net
% Asset NAV
Chg Value Chg

BlackRock C
$ 39.8 bil 8004417762
+ 2 Glob Alloc + 1 18.57n +.04
+20 HealthSciOp b + 5 54.03n +.40
+ 9 SmGrEq
+ 3 10.67n +.09
+ 6 US Opportun + 1 32.32n +.09
BlackRock III
$ 67.2 bil 8004417762
+ 1 Lfpth2020A + 1 14.50 +.00
+ 3 S&P500StK + 3 253.01n
+.90
BlackRock Instl
$ 70.0 bil 8004417762
+ 3 Basic Value + 2 27.82n .02
+11 CapApp b
+ 6 28.08n +.16
+ 1 Equity Div + 3 24.92n +.08
+ 3 Glob Alloc + 1 20.33n +.05
+20 HealthSciOp b + 5 61.52n +.46
+ 3 HiYld Bd
0 7.81n .01
+11 Sci&TechOp + 4 16.95n +.17
+10 SmGrEq
+ 3 20.25n +.18
+ 6 US Opportun + 1 41.81n +.12
BlackRock Svc
$ 4.5 bil 8004417762
+ 9 SmGrEq
+ 3 17.68n +.15
+ 6 US Opport + 1 39.71n +.11
Blackrock Funds
$ 28.9 bil 8004417762
+ 1 StratIncOpptyIns
010.07
n +.00
Bridgeway Funds
$ 1.4 bil 8006613550
+ 1 Aggrsv Inv 1 + 4 59.99n +.50
Brown Advisory
$ 3.4 bil 4105375483
+11 SmlGrInv
+ 2 18.26n +.08
Brown Captl Mgmt
$ 2.0 bil 8778924226
+ 8 Small Co
+ 3 77.63n +.67
Buffalo Funds
$ 7.0 bil 8004928332
+10 DISCovery + 2 21.99n +.08
+ 3 Micro Cap + 1 17.79n .09

C
Calvert Group
$ 13.4 bil 8003682745
+ 5 SocialIdx A + 3 19.63 +.06
Century Funds
$ 821 mil 8003211928
+10 ShrsTr Inst + 6 21.49n +.08
CG Cap Mkt Fds
$ 6.6 bil
+ 7 LgCapGr
+ 5 22.06n +.14
+10 SmCapGr
+ 4 26.47n +.18
CGM Funds
$ 3.6 bil 8003454048
+ 7 Focus
+ 4 43.82n +.05
+ 5 Mutual
+ 2 31.78n .04
Clipper Fund
$ 1.3 bil 8004322504
+ 8 Clipper
+ 6 107.16n
+1.21

+3
ClrBrdgSpecInvFI + 1
48.56n
+.42
+ 3 ClrBrdgSpecInvI + 150.19
n +.44

How To Read IBD Mutual Fund Tables


IBD tables have funds with 36-Month Performance Rating A+, A or A-, at least $200 million assets
plus funds ranked by assets regardless of performance. All other funds are found at www.investors.com/data or dailygraphs.coms Fund Center. O denotes independent fund not part of family listed above. Each 36-Month Rating, vs. all other mutual funds, is recalculated monthly on a total return basis. Dividends and capital gains included. Daily accrual fund returns are calculated on a
monthly basis. A+=Top 5%, A=Top 10%, A#=Top 15%, B+=Top 20%, B=Top 25%, B#=Top 30%,
C+=Top 35%, C=Top 40%, C#=Top 45%, D+=Top 50%, D=Top 60%, D#= Top 70%, E=Below
70%. A+, A, A# and B+ 36-Month Ratings are boldfaced. Top 2% of funds in % performance yesterday are boldfaced. Performance of income funds may be compared to other income funds. 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 average income tax
rate of 35% on dividends and 15% long-term capital gains rate.

2015
%
Chg Fund

4 Wk Net
% Asset NAV
Chg Value Chg

+1
ClrBrdgValueTrFI + 3
76.60n
+.05
Columbia A
$ 176 bil 8003456611
+ 5 Acorn
+ 1 30.22 +.02
+ 4 Acorn Intl + 3 42.84 +.11
+ 1 AcrnIntlSel + 1 22.25 +.05
+12 ACTIVEgr
+ 7 14.02n +.13
+ 5 ContraCore + 3 22.53 +.17
+ 1 Div Inc
+ 2 18.90 +.06
+11 LargeGr
+ 4 37.67 +.25
+ 7 Largegrow + 4 9.39 +.03
+ 8 Marsico21st + 4 22.15 +.12
2 Recovery
1 15.83 .11
+13 Sel Lg Gr
+ 6 18.75 +.20
+ 5 SelCom&Inf 1 58.70 +.66
+ 6 SeligGlbTch 1 30.48 +.33
1 SelLgCpVal
0 22.55 +.04
+ 3 SlSmlrCpVl 1 20.73 +.07
+ 9 Technology + 5 19.60 +.22
+ 5 Val&Restrc + 3 47.95 +.35
Columbia B
$ 106 bil 8003456611
+ 4 Acorn
+ 1 26.12n +.01
+ 3 Acorn Intl + 3 41.28n +.10
0 Div Income + 2 18.39n +.05
+11 LrgCapGrow + 4 33.06n +.22
+ 7 Marsico21st + 4 19.96n +.11
+ 6 SeligGlbTch 1 24.85n +.27
+ 3 SlSmlrCpVl 1 16.74n +.06
Columbia C
$ 130 bil 8003456611
+ 5 Acorn
+ 1 25.51n +.01
+ 3 Acorn Intl + 3 41.12n +.11
0 Div Inc
+ 2 18.38n +.05
+12 Largegrow + 6 17.58n +.18
+11 LrgCapGrow + 4 33.09n +.21
+ 7 Marsico21st + 4 19.96n +.12
3 Recovery
1 14.99n .10
+ 6 SeligGlbTch 1 24.84n +.27
+ 3 SlSmlrCpVl 1 16.77n +.06
+ 8 Technology + 5 17.98n +.20
+ 4 Val&Restrc + 3 47.28n +.34
Columbia I,T&G
$ 98.8 bil 8003456611
+ 5 ContraCore + 3 22.33 +.16
+ 5 Contrar
+ 3 22.69n +.17
+ 1 Div Inc T
+ 2 18.90 +.05
+ 1 Dividend
+ 2 18.93n +.05
+11 Large Gr T + 4 37.39 +.24
+12 Largecap
+ 4 38.80n +.26
1 Largecap
0 23.27n +.05
+13 Largegro
+ 6 19.24n +.20
1 Largevalue + 1 9.63n +.03
+ 7 LgGrowQntI + 4 9.55n +.03
+ 4 LrCorQuant + 2 10.05n +.04
2 Recovery
1 16.13n .10
Columbia R
$ 150 bil 8003456611
+ 4 Contrar
+ 3 22.53n +.17
+ 1 Dividend
+ 2 18.90n +.05
+ 1 Dividend
+ 2 19.16n +.06
+ 1 Dividend
+ 2 19.17n +.06
+ 4 Largecore + 2 10.01n +.04
+13 Largegrow + 6 19.52n +.20
+ 8 Marisco21st + 4 21.75n +.13
+ 5 Midcap
1 56.56n +.64
+ 6 SEligcom
1 62.81n +.71
+ 4 Val&Restrc + 3 47.88n +.35
Columbia W
$ 39.4 bil 8003456611
+5
+ 3 22.53n +.16
+13 Lareggrow + 6 18.75n +.20
1 Largecap
0 22.44n +.04
+11 Largegrow + 4 37.74n +.25
+ 7 Largegrow + 4 9.44n +.03
Columbia Y
$ 27.1 bil 8003456611
+ 1 Dividend
+ 2 19.17n +.05
+ 3 LrgEnCore + 2 21.70n +.09
0 Midcap
+ 1 16.34n +.04
Columbia Z
$ 155 bil 8003456611
+ 5 Acorn
+ 1 32.01n +.01
+ 4 Acorn Intl + 3 42.96n +.11

Fundamental Vs. Market-Cap Weighting


Comparison of top holdings of Schwab Russell Fundamental
U.S. Large Company ETF (FNDX) and iShares Russell 1000
ETF (IWB)

Russell Fundamental Index

Russell 1000 Index

FNDX ETF

Symbol % Weighting IWB ETF

Exxon Mobil
AT&T
Chevron
Microsoft
JPMorgan Chase
Wal-Mart Stores
Pfizer
IBM
Procter & Gamble
General Electric
Apple
Johnson & Johnson
Verizon Communications
Bank of America
Wells Fargo

XOM
T
CVX
MSFT
JPM
WMT
PFE
IBM
PG
GE
AAPL
JNJ
VZ
BAC
WFC

4.17 %
2.58
2.09
1.93
1.47
1.45
1.41
1.38
1.37
1.36
1.31
1.19
1.19
1.15
1.10

Symbol % Weighting

Apple
Microsoft
Exxon Mobil
Johnson & Johnson
Wells Fargo
Berkshire Hathaway Class B
General Electric
JPMorgan Chase
Pfizer
AT&T
Facebook Class A
Procter & Gamble
Amazon.com
Google Class A
Verizon Communications

AAPL
MSFT
XOM
JNJ
WFC
BRK.B
GE
JPM
PFE
T
FB
PG
AMZN
GOOGL
VZ

3.11%
1.80
1.51
1.31
1.26
1.25
1.23
1.19
1.03
0.99
0.98
0.96
0.96
0.91
0.89

Source: Morningstar Inc.

flow, rather than market capitalization. Market cap is simply share


price times shares outstanding.
All these things give you an idea
of how big a company is in terms of
market scale, and give you a way to
anchor to something that is not
market capitalization, Kapyrin
said.
Fundamentally weighted indexes rebalance regularly by selling
stocks that have risen in price way
ahead of fundamentals.
It forces you to sell high and buy
low, Kapyrin said. Fundamental
weighting will force you to buy
cheaper companies. You get an implied value tilt.
A look under the hood of IWB
and FNDX highlights the differ2015
%
Chg Fund
+ 2 AcrnIntlSel
+ 5 ContraCore
+ 1 Div Inc Z
+12 Large Gr
1 Largecap
+ 3 LrgEnCore
+ 8 Marsico21st
0 Mid Cap Val
+ 4 MidCap Idx
+ 7 MrscoFocEq
2 RecAndInfra
+ 5 SELigcom
+ 7 SELIgGLobl
+13 SelLgGrZ
+ 3 Sm Cap Indx
+ 9 Technology
+ 5 Val&Restrc

4 Wk Net
% Asset NAV
Chg Value Chg
+1
+3
+2
+4
0
+2
+4
+1
+1
+4
1
1
1
+6
+1
+5
+3

22.55n +.05
22.68n +.16
18.91n +.05
38.78n +.26
23.27n +.04
21.69n +.09
22.85n +.13
16.37n +.04
15.85n +.08
20.89n +.06
16.07n .10
62.60n +.71
30.93n +.34
19.09n +.20
22.97n +.09
20.22n +.23
47.92n +.35

DE
Davis Funds A
$ 19.2 bil 8002790279
+ 7 Financial
+ 4 42.34 +.19
+ 7 NY Venture + 6 35.35 +.37
+ 6 Opportunity + 5 33.75 +.30
Davis Funds B
$ 19.1 bil 8002790279
+ 6 NY Venture + 6 32.56n +.34
+ 6 Opportunity + 5 27.61n +.25
Davis Funds C&Y
$ 36.5 bil 8002790279
+ 7 NY Venture C + 6 33.15n +.35
+ 7 NY Venture Y + 6 35.92n +.37
+ 6 Opportnty C + 5 29.42n +.27
Delaware A
$ 23.2 bil 8005234640
+ 9 USGrowth + 5 28.01 +.21
Delaware Instl
$ 15.9 bil 8008285052
+ 9 USGrowth + 5 29.80n +.23
+ 1 Value
+ 2 18.33n +.09
Deutsche
$ 3.5 bil 8007301313
+ 8 CoreEquity + 4 26.06n +.15
Diamond Hill Funds
$ 35.2 bil 6142553333
+ 3 LrgCapI
+ 2 23.45n +.02
+ 3 LrgCapY
+ 2 23.48n +.03
+ 6 SmlMidI
+ 2 19.54n +.07
Dimensional Funds
$ 365 bil 3103958005
0 1 Yr Fixed Inc 0 10.31n .01
0 2Yr Glbl Fxd 0 9.93n +.00
+ 1 5GlbFxdInc
0 10.97n .02
+14 Contl Sm Co + 6 21.46n +.10
1 EmgMktSml 0 19.69n +.12
5 EmMktCorEq 1 17.93n +.05
7 EmrgMktValI 2 23.99n +.07
+ 9 Intl Small Co + 4 18.39n +.03
+ 9 IntlSmCpVal + 4 20.17n +.06
+ 6 IntlValueI + 4 18.33n +.12
+ 6 IntlValueII + 4 5.27n +.03
+ 6 IntlValueIII + 4 15.87n +.11
+ 6 IntlValueIV + 4 14.24n +.09
+ 6 LWASIntHiBk + 4 8.35n +.06
1 RealEstate + 1 32.01n .20
+ 1 STTrGov
0 10.72n +.00
+ 3 SustUSCorI + 2 17.02n +.05
+ 2 TAUSCorEq2 + 1 14.46n +.04
+ 3 TaxMgTgtVal + 1 33.35n +.13
+ 2 TaxMgUSSm 0 37.93n +.18
+ 4 TxMgdUSEq + 2 22.88n +.09
+ 2 TxMUSMkVl + 1 26.07n .05
+ 2 TxMUSMkVlII + 1 25.07n .04
+ 3 USCorEq1 + 2 18.30n +.07
+ 2 USCorEq2 + 1 17.69n +.05
0 USLgCapVal + 1 33.81n +.00
0 USLgCapVal3 + 1 24.29n +.00
+ 2 USMicroCap 0 19.64n +.11
+ 3 USSmallCap 0 31.90n +.14
+ 1 USTgtValI 1 22.26n +.07
+ 1 USVectorEq 0 16.73n +.04
Dodge&Cox
$ 185 bil 8006213979
+ 2 Balanced
+ 2 102.53n
+.12

2015
%
Chg Fund

4 Wk Net
% Asset NAV
Chg Value Chg

0 Income
0 13.60n .02
+ 2 Intl Stock + 3 43.02n +.21
+ 2 Stock
+ 3 182.31n
+.42
DoubleLine Funds
$ 107 bil 8773546311
+ 2 TotRtrnBndI 0 10.91n +.00
+ 2 TotRtrnBndN 0 10.90n +.00
Dreyfus
$ 58.0 bil 8006456561
+ 6 ActvMidA + 2 59.35 +.27
+ 5 ActvMidC + 2 55.69n +.25
+ 6 ActvMidI
+ 2 59.85n +.28
+ 5 Growth & Inc + 4 21.67n +.14
+ 7 LgCapEq I + 2 18.05n +.07
0 OppMdCpValA + 1 39.55 +.19
+ 6 OpporSmCap 1 32.45n +.12
+ 3 SmCpStkIdx + 1 29.76n +.12
+ 3 StratValA + 3 40.88 +.21
+ 2 StratValC + 3 38.63n +.20
+ 3 StratValI
+ 3 40.97n +.21
+ 3 StrucMid A + 1 29.95 +.16
+ 2 StrucMid C + 1 27.14n +.14
+ 3 StrucMid I + 1 30.50n +.17
DREYFUS I
$ 7.2 bil 8003739387
+ 9 BosSmMdGrI + 2 18.61n +.10
DREYFUS M
$ 10.8 bil 8003739387
+ 4 MidMltStrM + 2 15.62n +.11
+ 6 SmlMultStrM 0 17.74n +.04
DWS Funds A
$ 26.4 bil 8007283337
+10 CapGrowth + 4 79.06 +.42
+ 8 CoreEquity + 4 25.83 +.15
DWS Funds B
$ 11.9 bil 8007283337
+10 CapGrowth + 4 71.63n +.38
DWS Funds Instl
$ 3.2 bil 8007283337
+ 6 MidCapGr + 2 21.86n +.11
DWS Funds S
$ 25.5 bil 8007283337
+10 CapGrowth + 4 79.76n +.43
+19 HlthCare
+ 6 49.92n +.41
+11 LgCpFocGrw + 5 45.46n +.21
Eagle Funds
$ 12.4 bil 8002373101
+ 8 Cap Appr A + 4 40.32 +.19
+ 8 Cap Appr C + 4 32.44n +.15
+10 MidCpGrowA + 3 45.78 +.38
+ 9 MidCpGrowC + 3 37.81n +.32
+10 SmCapGrowA + 3 58.21 +.39
+ 9 SmCapGrowC + 3 46.34n +.31
Eaton Vance A
$ 48.1 bil 8002256265
+13 AtlSmidCap + 4 26.26 +.18
+ 2 Floating Rt
0 9.20 +.00
+ 9 LgCapGrowth + 5 23.07 +.12
Eaton Vance Adv
$ 17.8 bil 8002256265
+ 2 Float Rate
0 8.90n +.00
Eaton Vance B
$ 30.6 bil 8002256265
+ 2 Floating Rt
0 8.88n +.00
+17 WW HlthSci + 6 14.86n +.09
Eaton Vance C
$ 38.5 bil 8002256265
+ 2 Floating Rt
0 8.88n .01
+17 WW HlthSci + 6 14.75n +.09
Eaton Vance Instl
$ 40.3 bil 8002256265
+13 AtlSmidCap + 4 28.41n +.19
+ 2 Floating Rt
0 8.90n +.00

F
Federated A
$ 55.1 bil 8002455051
+10 KaufmanLrg + 4 19.88
+14 Kaufmann + 4 6.59
+18 KaufSmlCap + 4 28.98
+ 3 MDTMdGrStr + 3 45.01
+ 4 StratValDv + 3 6.02
Federated B
$ 29.3 bil 8002455051

+.07
+.04
+.02
+.26
+.03

ence in strategy between capweighted and fundamentally


weighted methods.
AppleAAPL is the No. 1 holding in
the former based on market cap.
Exxon MobilXOM is tops in FNDX
based on sales, cash flow and dividend payments.
FacebookFB, the No. 11 holding in
IWB, is No. 425 in FNDX.
Plain-vanilla, cap-weighed ETFs
are cheaper. IWB has a 0.15% expense ratio vs. 0.32% for FNDX.
Returns for FNDX since its 2013
inception have lagged IWB. That
doesnt faze Kapyrin, who believes
in thinking long term.
The market is starting to behave
in a way that plays into the hands of
fundamental indexing, he said.
2015
%
Chg Fund

4 Wk Net
% Asset NAV
Chg Value Chg

+14 Kaufmann + 4 5.87n +.03


+18 KaufSmlCap + 4 25.98n +.02
Federated C
$ 44.0 bil 8002455051
+10 KaufmanLrg + 4 18.78n +.07
+14 Kaufmn C + 4 5.87n +.04
+18 KaufSmlCap + 4 25.98n +.01
+ 3 StratValDv + 3 6.03n +.03
Federated Funds
$ 40.5 bil 8002455051
+10 KaufmanLrgR + 4 19.24n +.07
+14 KaufmannR + 4 6.60n +.04
+18 KaufSmlCapR + 4 29.06n +.02
+ 1 MDTStkTrSv + 1 28.71n +.13
Federated Instl
$ 47.6 bil 8003417400
+11 KaufmanLrg + 4 20.21n +.08
+ 1 MDTStkTrIs + 1 28.70n +.12
+ 4 StratValDv + 3 6.05n +.03
Fidelity Adv A
$ 183 bil 8772080098
+29 Biotech
+ 6 31.79 +.17
+ 9 Equity Gr
+ 5 100.83 +.61
+ 8 Growth Opp + 5 68.32 +.33
+12 IntlDiscov r + 6 42.14 +.18
+ 3 Large Cap + 2 29.05 +.05
+ 3 Lev Co Stk + 1 57.68 .10
+ 2 MidCapVal r 0 24.70 +.08
+ 7 NewInsight + 4 28.29 +.15
+ 7 Small Cap + 1 28.59 +.15
+15 Small Grow r + 4 20.53 +.11
+ 3 Sml Cp Val r + 2 19.19 +.08
0 Strat Inc
0 11.81 .02
0 Total Bond r 0 10.60 +.00
Fidelity Adv B
$ 104 bil 8772080098
+ 8 Growth Opp + 5 62.44n +.30
+11 IntlDiscov r + 6 41.60n +.18
+ 2 Large Cap + 2 27.05n +.05
+ 2 Lev Co Stk + 1 53.67n .09
+ 6 New Insight + 4 25.58n +.14
+ 6 Small Cap + 1 22.92n +.12
0 Strategic Inc 0 11.85n .02
Fidelity Adv C
$ 168 bil 8772080098
+ 8 Growth Opp r + 5 62.91n +.31
+11 IntlDiscov r + 6 41.53n +.18
+ 2 Large Cap + 2 26.62n +.05
+ 2 Lev Co Stk + 1 53.78n .09
+ 6 New Insight + 4 25.80n +.14
+ 6 Small Cap + 1 23.33n +.12
+14 Small Grow r + 4 18.87n +.10
0 Strat Inc
0 11.78n .01
0 Total Bond r 0 10.60n +.00
Fidelity Adv I
$ 209 bil 8772080098
+ 8 Advcons r + 3 22.83n .18
+ 3 Advsvc r
+ 3 16.97n +.06
+29 Biotech
+ 6 33.34n +.18
+ 9 EquityGrow + 5 108.16n
+.66
+ 1 FloatRtHiIn 0 9.60n +.00
+ 8 GrowthOpp + 5 71.50n +.34
+18 HealthCare + 5 48.69n +.35
+12 IntlDiscov r + 6 42.36n +.18
+ 3 Large Cap + 2 30.24n +.05
+ 3 LevCoStk
+ 1 58.59n .10
+ 7 NewInsight + 4 28.84n +.15
+ 7 SmallCap + 1 30.66n +.16
+15 SmallGrow r + 4 21.21n +.12
+ 3 SmlVal r
+ 2 19.51n +.09
0 StratInc
0 11.97n .02
0 TotalBond
0 10.58n +.00
Fidelity Adv T
$ 159 bil 8772080098
+29 Biotech
+ 6 30.41 +.16
+ 9 EquityGr
+ 5 99.78 +.61
+ 8 Growth Opp + 5 68.25 +.33
+11 IntlDiscov r + 6 41.87 +.18
+ 2 Large Cap + 2 28.98 +.05
+ 3 Lev Co Stk + 1 56.43 .09
+ 6 New Insight + 4 27.63 +.14
+ 7 Small Cap + 1 26.98 +.14
+15 Small Grow r + 4 20.06 +.11
0 Strategic Inc 0 11.81 .01

2015
%
Chg Fund

4 Wk Net
% Asset NAV
Chg Value Chg

0 Total Bond r 0 10.58 +.00


Fidelity Freedom
$ 168 bil 8005446666
+ 3 2020
+ 2 15.56n +.04
+ 3 2020 K
+ 2 14.46n +.03
+ 4 2025
+ 2 13.36n +.03
+ 4 2025 K
+ 2 15.13n +.03
+ 5 2030
+ 3 16.48n +.06
+ 5 2030 K
+ 3 15.53n +.05
+ 5 2035 K
+ 3 16.04n +.06
+ 5 2040
+ 3 9.57n +.04
+ 5 2040 K
+ 3 16.08n +.06
Fidelity Select
$ 58.6 bil 8005446666
5 AirTrnsprt r + 4 70.30n +.42
+30 Biotechnlgy r + 6 281.84n
+1.43

+ 2 Brokrge&Inv r + 4
2 CommEquip r + 4
+ 8 Consmr Disc r + 3
+ 6 Const & Hse r + 2
+ 4 Dfnse&Aero r + 1

76.10n +.05
31.13n +.31
35.71n .27
58.58n .02
118.01n

+1.02

3 Electronics r 1 77.83n +.89


+ 3 Financl Svcs r + 4 91.28n +.36
+18 Health Care r + 5 246.52n
+1.81

+ 7 Insurance r + 4
+15 IT Services r + 5
+13 Leisure r
+5
+.43
+12 Med Eq & Sys r
n +.39
+16 Medcl Dlvry r + 3
+ 5 Multimedia r 1
+22 Pharm r
+6
+15 Retailing r + 9

71.38n +.13
41.09n +.30
147.39n
+ 439.14
94.00n +1.17
82.76n 4.18
25.00n +.15
102.53n

+1.28

+ 7 Sftwr&Cmp r + 7 120.64n
+.93
9 Transport r + 6 86.85n +.18
Fidelity Spartan
$ 490 bil 8005446666
+ 3 500Idx
+ 3 74.12n +.25
+ 3 500IdxAdv + 3 74.12n +.26
+ 3 500IdxInv + 3 74.11n +.26
+ 4 ExtMkt Adv + 1 56.89n +.19
+ 4 ExtMkt Inv + 1 56.89n +.19
+ 9 IntlId I
+ 6 40.40n +.27
+ 9 IntlIdx Adv + 6 40.39n +.27
+ 8 IntlIdx Inv + 6 40.38n +.27
+ 3 Midcap
+ 2 17.81n +.06
+ 3 MidCapIdxFidAdv + 217.83
n +.06
+ 3 MidCapIdxI + 2 17.83n +.06
+ 3 TotMkt Adv + 2 61.78n +.22
+ 3 TotMkt Inv + 2 61.77n +.22
+ 3 TotMktIdxF + 2 61.78n +.21
0 USBdIdx
0 11.60n .02
Fidelity Spartan Adv
$ 182 bil 8005446666
+ 9 IntlIdFd I
+ 6 40.39n +.26
+ 3 Sprt500IdxI + 3 74.12n +.25
+ 3 TotMkId I
+ 2 61.77n +.22
0 USBdId
0 11.60n .02
0 USBdIdI
0 11.60n .02
Fidelity Invest
$ 1374 bil 8005446666
+ 4 AllSectEq + 3 14.35n +.07
+ 4 AllSectEq F + 3 14.35n +.07
+ 3 AsstMgr50% + 1 17.36n +.02
+ 3 Balanced
+ 2 23.37n +.09
+ 3 Balanced K + 2 23.36n +.09
+10 BluChpGro + 6 75.54n +.63
+10 BluChpGroK + 6 75.66n +.64
+ 3 BlueChipVal + 3 16.82n +.06
+ 3 Cap&Inc
+ 1 9.77n +.00
+ 8 CaptlAppr + 3 38.75n +.14
+ 8 CaptlApprK + 3 38.83n +.15
+ 9 Contra
+ 5 106.07n
+.71
+ 9 Contra K
+ 5 106.05n
+.72
+ 3 Discip Eq
+ 2 34.75n +.13
+ 3 Discip Eq K + 2 34.72n +.14
+ 3 Div Grow
+ 3 34.44n +.23

A12

MUTUAL FUND PERFORMANCE

FRIDAY, AUGUST 7, 2015

2015
%
Chg Fund

Top Industry & Sector Funds

Top Industry & Sector Funds

Best % chan.ge in last 4, 8 & 12 weeks on a total return basis. : Best % change in last 16 & 39 weeks on a total
indicates fund is on 3 different weeks lists.
return basis. : indicates fund is on 3 different weeks lists.
Mutual Fund

% Change

$ Net
Assets

Best % Change Last 4 Weeks:


Fidelity Sel Retailing

:" 7

753 mil

Fidelity Sel Sftwr&Cmp


Price Media&Telcm

" 5
:" 5

2.888 bil
3.183 bil
1.608 bil

Price Global Tech

" 5

MFS Funds A Technology

" 5

340 mil

Fidelity Sel Transport

" 4

684 mil

Best % Change Last 8 Weeks:


Fidelity Sel Retailing
Financial Inv Tr A Bank&Fin

:" 7
:" 4

753 mil
162 mil

Columbia Z Real Est Eq


Price Media&Telcm

" 4
:" 3

Managers RealEstate

" 3

Ivy Real Est A

" 3

Best % Change Last 12 Weeks:


Financial Inv Tr A Bank&Fin

:" 8

Fidelity Sel Retailing

:" 7

Fidelity Adv A Biotech

" 7

Fidelity Sel Biotechnlgy


Prudential A HealthSci

" 6
" 6

Price Media&Telcm

:" 5

3.3% JUL
3.3% Aug
3.2% SEP
3.2% OCT
3.2% NOV
3.0% DEC
4 Wk Net
% Asset NAV
Chg Value Chg

2015
4 Wk Net
2015
4 Wk Net
%
% Asset NAV %
% Asset NAV
Chg Fund
Chg Value Chg Chg Fund
Chg Value Chg
3.3%
0
RisDivR6
+
1
51.87
n
+.29
+
3
MidCapVal
0 15.05n +.04
3.2%
+
2
TmpGrthClR6
+
4
24.29
n
+.11
+
7
SmallCo
+ 4 24.94n +.08
3.1%
2.9% + 8 TmpIntlSmCoClA1 + 554.54 +10 SmlCapGr + 3 30.62n +.20
n
+.09
Hartford HLS IB
2.8%
$ 26.8 bil 8888437824
JUN 15 2.7%
+ 5 CapApprec + 3 57.14n +.37
4 Wk Net
Gabelli A
+ 9 DiscpEq
+ 4 22.73n +.19
% Asset NAV
$ 15.7 bil 8004223554
Chg Value Chg
+11 GlobalGrow + 6 26.14n +.20
+90 Utilities
+ 1 9.52 +.01
+15 GrowOppor + 5 43.44n +.30
First Invstrs B
Gabelli AAA
+20 Health
+ 6 35.22n +.21
$ 6.6 bil 8004234026
$ 15.0 bil 8004223554
+ 4 39.87n +.33
+ 4 Mid Cap Oppt m + 133.78 +91 Utilities A + 1 9.40n +.01 + 8 MidCap
+ 3 MidCapVal
0 14.93n +.04
n +.14
Gabelli i
+ 7 SmallCo
+ 4 23.74n +.08
FMI Funds
$ 16.4 bil 8004223554
+ 9 SmlCapGr + 3 30.02n +.20
$ 11.0 bil 8008115311
+91 Utilities
+ 1 9.69n +.01
Hartford I
+ 4 Large Cap + 3 22.00n +.09
Gateway Funds
$ 57.6 bil 8888437824
FPA Funds
$ 8.3 bil 8003546339
+ 6 CapApprecI + 3 39.27n +.25
$ 28.5 bil 8009824372
+ 3 Gateway A + 2 30.22 +.07
+ 3 Capvalue
0 15.49n +.05
0 CrescentI + 2 33.76n +.10
GE Elfun S&S
+ 2 Div&Gr
+ 3 25.35n +.07
Frank/Tmp Fr A
$ 13.1 bil 8002420134
+14 GrowOppor + 5 43.70n +.30
$ 268 bil 8003425236
+ 4 S&SUSEqt + 4 56.31n +.11
+20 Health
+ 6 44.35n +.26
+23 BiotchDsc + 5 207.96 +1.75 + 6 Trusts
+ 4 61.23n +.16
+ 8 MidCap
+ 4 27.62n +.24
0 CA Tax Fr
0 7.38 .01
GE Instl Funds
+ 9 SmlCapGr + 3 54.33n +.35
+12 Dynatech + 6 51.51 +.49
$ 5.3 bil 8002420134
Hartford R3
0 FedTxFrInc
0 12.28 .02 + 7 Prem Gr Inv + 5 15.44n +.03
$ 45.2 bil 8888437824
+13 Gr Oppor
+ 6 35.20 +.30 + 3 US Equity Inv + 4 16.13n +.03
+ 5 CapApprec + 3 42.16n +.27
+ 6 Grwth
+ 3 78.81 +.34
Glenmede Funds
+ 1 Div&Gr
+ 3 25.71n +.07
0 HiYldTxFr
0 10.36 .02
$ 3.3 bil 8004428299
+ 5 42.85n +.30
2 Income
1 2.27 +.01 + 4 Sml Eq Adv + 1 27.06n +.16 +14 GroOppty
+20 HealthcarFd + 6 44.08n +.25
0 Rising Divs + 1 51.89 +.28
GMO Trust II
Hartford
R4
+ 5 SmCapGr
0 19.22 +.07
$ 19.7 bil 6173307500
$ 46.7 bil 8888437824
+ 8 SmMdCapGr + 2 38.93 +.21 + 7 IntlIntrnVal + 5 23.24n +.22
+ 6 CapApprec + 3 43.16n +.28
1 Strat Inc
1 9.69 .01
GMO Trust III
+ 2 Div&Gr
+ 3 25.84n +.07
Frank/Tmp Fr C
$ 36.1 bil 6173307500
+14
GrowOppor
+ 5 44.28n +.31
$ 280 bil 8003425236
+ 3 Quality
+ 4 21.49n +.17 + 8 MidCap
+ 4 30.68n +.26
0 CA Tax Fr
0 7.37n .01
GMO Trust IV
+ 9 SmlCapGr + 3 54.58n +.36
+11 Dynatech + 6 44.81n +.43
$ 54.0 bil 6173307500
Hartford R5
0 FedTxFrIn
0 12.28n .02 + 7 IntlIntrVal + 5 23.47n +.22
$ 34.4 bil 8888437824
+13 Gr Oppor
+ 6 31.04n +.26 + 3 Quality
+ 4 21.51n +.17 + 6 CapApprec + 3 43.92n +.28
+ 5 Grwth
+ 3 73.20n +.31 + 3 QualityV
+ 4 21.52n +.17 + 2 Div&Gr
+ 3 25.92n +.07
0 HiYldTxFr
0 10.54n .02
GMO Trust VI
+14 GrowOppFd + 5 45.52n +.31
3 Income
1 2.29n +.00
$ 28.9 bil 6173307500
+ 8 MidCap
+ 4 31.14n +.26
0 Rising Divs + 1 51.02n +.28 + 3 Quality
+ 4 21.49n +.17
Hartford Y
0 RisingDivsR + 1 51.72n +.28
GoldmnSachs A
$ 62.8 bil 8888437824
+ 4 SmCpGr
0 16.66n +.06
$ 48.2 bil 8007625035
+ 6 CapApprec + 3 44.12n +.28
+ 7 SmMidCapGr + 2 30.80n +.16 + 6 Capital Gr + 4 26.68 +.09
+ 9 CorepEq
+ 4 24.72n +.20
1 Strategic Inc 1 9.69n .01 2 Mid Cap Val 0 40.51 .04
+ 2 Div&Gr
+ 3 25.93n +.07
Frank/Tmp Fr R
+10 SmlMidGrw + 3 22.41 +.11 +14 GrowOppor + 5 45.96n +.32
$ 190 bil 8003425236
+ 6 Strat Gr
+ 5 12.69 +.08 +20 Health
+ 6 47.18n +.28
+13 Gr Oppor
+ 6 34.09n +.29 + 5 StrucLgGr + 4 23.23 +.13
+ 9 MidCap
+ 4 31.31n +.27
+ 2 Growth
+ 4 24.02n +.11 + 2 StrucTaxMgd + 3 17.76 +.10
+ 3 MidCapVal
0 16.47n +.05
+ 5 Grwth
+ 3 78.33n +.34 + 2 StrucUSEq + 3 42.10 +.21
+ 9 SmlCapGr + 3 56.61n +.37
2 Income
1 2.23n +.00
GoldmnSachs C
Henderson Glb Fds
+ 3 Mutl Shrs + 2 29.99n +.06
$ 8.8 bil 8007625035
$ 17.9 bil 8888326774
+ 8 SmMdCapGr + 2 36.67n +.20 + 4 StrucLgGr + 4 21.15n +.11 +12 Euro Foc A + 5 37.06 +.29
1 StratIncome 1 9.66n .01
GoldmnSachs In
+12 Euro Foc C + 5 34.70n +.27
Frank/Tmp FrAd
$ 38.0 bil 8007625035
Hennessy
$ 253 bil 8003425236
+ 6 Capital Gr + 4 28.84n +.09
$ 2.7 bil 8009664354
0 CA Tax Fr
0 7.37n .01 + 3 Growth Opp + 3 28.57n +.16 +16 CorMid
+ 5 22.05n +.03
+12 Dynatech + 6 52.52n +.50 + 5 StrucLgGr + 4 23.94n +.13
Hennessy Funds
0 FedTxFrInc
0 12.29n .02 + 2 StrucUSEq + 3 43.22n +.22
$ 6.6 bil 8009664354
+13 Gr Oppor
+ 6 37.18n +.32
GuideStone G2
+ 7 CorGrInst
+ 4 21.19n +.23
+ 6 Grwth
+ 3 79.07n +.34
$ 4.8 bil 8002620511
+16 CorMid
+ 5 21.60n +.03
0 HiYldTxFr
0 10.40n .03 + 8 GrEqInst
+ 6 11.49n +.09 + 8 FocusInst + 3 73.98n +.06
2 Income
1 2.25n +.00
Harbor Funds
+ 8 FocusInv
+ 3 72.73n +.05
0 Rising Divs + 1 51.87n +.29
$ 250 bil 8004221050
Highland Capital
+ 5 SmCapGr
0 20.37n +.07 +14 CapAppr Ins + 6 66.44n +.36
$ 6.6 bil 8776651287
+ 8 SmMidCapGr + 2 41.43n +.22 +13 CapAppr Inv + 6 64.92n +.35 + 7 PrmGrEqA + 5 36.68 +.08
0 Strategic Inc 1 9.70n .01 +13 CapApprAdm + 6 65.70n +.36 + 6 PrmGrEqC + 5 30.40n +.06
+ 8 Intl Admin + 4 69.55n +.40 + 6 PrmGrEqR + 5 36.08n +.08
Frank/Tmp Mutual A&B
$ 55.1 bil 8006322301
+ 8 IntlInstl
+ 4 69.88n +.40
Hodges
+ 4 69.07n +.39
+10 Finl Svcs A + 5 20.29 +.11 + 8 IntlInv
$ 2.4 bil 8668110224
+ 4 GlbDiscovA + 3 34.20 +.17 + 7 Lrg Val Ins + 3 12.35n +.08 3 HodgesFund + 2 37.09n .10
+ 3 SharesA
+ 2 30.17 +.06 + 7 Lrg Val Inv + 3 12.46n +.08 + 3 HodgesSmCp + 2 20.13n +.14
+10 Mid Gr Adm + 4 10.33n +.07
Frank/Tmp Mutual C
Hotchkis & Wiley
+ 1 Mid Gr Inst
0 20.87n +.06
$ 55.3 bil 8006322301
$ 24.3 bil 8664938637
+ 4 GlbDiscov + 3 33.72n +.16 +10 Mid Gr Instl + 4 10.67n +.08 + 1 DiverVal A + 1 15.87 +.06
+ 3 Shares
+ 2 29.77n +.06 +10 Mid Gr Inv + 4 10.11n +.07 + 1 DiverVal I + 1 15.84n +.05
+10 Sml Gr Adm + 3 14.55n +.09 + 1 DiverValC + 1 15.70n +.05
Frank/Tmp Mutual R
+10 Sml Gr Inst + 3 15.23n +.09 + 1 LgCapValA + 2 27.14 +.11
$ 28.2 bil 8006322301
+11 Dynatech + 6 50.55n +.48 +10 Sml Gr Inv + 3 14.05n +.09 + 1 LgCapValC + 2 26.40n +.11
Hartford A
+ 4 GlbDiscov + 3 33.77n +.16
+ 1 LgCapValI + 2 27.34n +.12
$ 68.8 bil 8888437824
Frank/Tmp Mutual Z
+ 1 LgCapValR + 2 27.28n +.12
+ 6 CapApprec + 3 39.15 +.25 4 Mid Val R
$ 55.1 bil 8006322301
0 39.23n +.27
+ 4 24.46 +.20 4 MidCapVal A + 1 39.11 +.27
+10 Finl Svcs
+ 5 20.26n +.11 + 9 COREq
+ 3 25.46 +.07 4 MidCapVal C 0 35.49n +.25
+ 4 GlbDiscov + 3 34.80n +.17 + 2 Div & Gr
+ 3 Shares
+ 2 30.47n +.07 +14 GrwthOpps + 5 42.37 +.29 4 MidCapVal I + 1 39.63n +.27
+20 Health
+ 6 42.96 +.25 4 SmCapVal A 2 58.12 +.13
Frank/Tmp Tp A
+ 9 SmlCapGr + 3 53.15 +.35 3 SmCapVal I 2 58.52n +.13
$ 113 bil 8003549191
Hartford B
+ 4 ValOppsA + 2 28.96 +.10
+ 3 Foreign
+ 4 7.16 +.05
$ 52.6 bil 8888437824
+ 4 ValOppsC + 2 27.23n +.09
2 GlblTtlRtrn 1 12.05 .02
+ 2 28.97n +.10
1 Glob Bond
0 12.07 .03 + 5 CapApprec + 3 31.87n +.21 + 4 ValOppsI
+ 4 22.75n +.18
HSBC Investor
+ 2 Growth
+ 4 24.27 +.12 + 8 CoreEq
+ 1 Div&Gr
+ 3 24.99n +.07
$ 213 mil 8007828183
Frank/Tmp TpAd
+14 GrowOppor + 5 30.35n +.21 + 6 OPPFUND
+ 3 15.11n +.09
$ 122 bil 8006322301
+ 6 37.16n +.22
Invesco Funds
+11 Flx Cap Gr + 5 56.98n +.43 +20 Health
Hartford C
$ 24.8 bil 8005258085
+ 3 Foreign
+ 4 7.07n +.04
$ 68.4 bil 8888437824
+ 6 Diverse Div b + 4 19.18n +.10
+ 2 Foreign R + 4 7.02n +.04
1 GlblTtlRtrn 1 12.06n .03 + 5 CapApprec + 3 32.35n +.21 +17 GlbHlthCare + 5 50.21n +.19
+ 4 22.69n +.18 + 9 Sml Cap Gr + 3 40.75n +.19
1 Glob Bond
0 12.02n .04 + 8 CoreEq
+ 3 24.79n +.07
Invesco Funds A
+ 2 Growth
+ 4 24.33n +.12 + 1 Div&Gr
+14 GrowOppor + 5 30.64n +.21
$ 132 bil 8005258085
Frank/Tmp TpB/C
+20 Health
+ 6 37.51n +.22
0 BalRskAllc + 1 11.48 .03
$ 113 bil 8006322301
+ 3 42.79n +.28 + 1 Comstock + 2 25.54 +.02
+ 2 Foreign C
+ 4 6.97n +.04 + 9 SmCapGr
Hartford HLS IA
+ 6 Diverse Div b + 4 19.19 +.10
2 GlblTtlRtrn 1 12.03n .03
$ 29.8 bil 8888437824
+ 2 Eqty&Inc
+ 2 10.52 +.02
2 Global Bd C
0 12.09n .04
+ 1 Growth C
+ 4 23.59n +.11 + 6 CapApprec + 3 57.76n +.37 + 1 EqWtS&P500 + 2 49.50 +.17
+ 9 Discp Eq
+ 4 22.88n +.19 +17 GlbHlthCare + 5 50.19 +.19
Franklin Temp
+11
GlobalGrow
+
6
26.38
n
+.20
+
3
Gr
&
Inc
+ 3 27.31 +.11
$ 112 bil 8002929293
+24 BioTchDisA + 5 211.32n +15 GrwthOpps + 5 44.60n +.32 + 3 Intl Growth + 3 33.17 +.05
+21 Health
+ 6 36.22n +.22 + 9 MidCap Gr + 3 39.88 +.32
+1.79
2 Glob Bond
0 12.06n .04 + 8 MidCap
+ 4 40.42n +.34 +10 Small Gr
+ 2 11.47 +.06

+ 3 Div Grow K
+12 DiversIntl
+12 DiversIntlK
4 EmergMkts
4 EmgerMktsF
+ 2 EqtyInc
+ 2 EqtyIncK
+ 1 FloatHiInc
0 GNMA
+ 3 Gr & Inc
+ 3 Gr & Inc K
+ 9 GrowStrat r
+ 9 GrowStratK r
+ 9 GrwDiscovy
+ 9 GrwDiscovyK
+11 GrwthCmpny

+3
+6
+6
1
1
+1
+1
0
0
+2
+2
+4
+4
+5
+5
+6

34.43n +.23
38.55n +.18
38.50n +.17
15.96n +.03
16.01n +.03
57.53n +.08
57.51n +.08
9.61n +.00
11.58n .01
30.74n +.03
30.71n +.03
35.17n +.29
35.43n +.30
25.84n +.16
25.85n +.16
145.92n

+1.08

+11 GrwthCmpnyK + 6145.8


2n +1.08
+ 8 Independnc + 5 41.55n +.21
+ 8 IndependncK + 5 41.58n +.21
+12 Intl Discov + 6 42.45n +.18
+10 IntlGrow
+ 5 14.90n +.05
+10 IntlGrowF + 5 14.94n +.05
+10 IntlValue
+ 6 10.58n +.05
+10 IntlValue F + 6 10.61n +.05
0 InvGrdBnd
0 11.30n .02
0 InvGrdBndF 0 11.30n .03
+16 Jpn Sm Cos r + 3 14.24n +.02
+ 3 Large Cap Stk + 2 28.56n +.05
+ 6 LgGrwEnhIdx + 3 15.36n +.08
+ 5 Low Pr Stk + 3 52.71n +.18
+ 5 LowPriStkK + 3 52.70n +.18
+ 3 LvgCoStk
+ 1 46.64n .09
+ 3 LvgCoStk K + 1 46.74n .08
+ 7 Magellan
+ 4 95.95n +.59
+ 7 Magellan K + 4 95.85n +.59
+ 3 MdCpEnhIdx + 1 13.84n +.07
+ 4 Mid Stk
+ 1 37.10n +.10
+ 2 Mid Val r
0 24.99n +.08
+ 4 MidCpStkK + 1 37.12n +.10
+ 9 NasdaqIndex r + 568.01
n +.47
+ 9 Nordic r
+ 6 46.55n +.62
+ 9 OTC
+ 7 86.96n +.95
+ 9 OTC K
+ 7 87.84n +.95
+ 4 Puritan
+ 2 22.02n +.06
+ 4 Puritan K
+ 2 22.01n +.06
0 ShtTrmBnd
0 8.58n +.00
+ 6 SmCpEnhIdx + 1 13.00n +.06
+ 1 SmDiscovry r + 1 29.15n +.22
+15 Sml Grow r + 4 21.18n +.12
+ 3 Sml Val r
+ 2 19.50n +.09
+ 3 SprTotMkIdI + 2 61.77n +.21
0 SprtUSBdIdF 0 11.60n .02
+ 4 SptnExtdMktInIns
+ 1 56.88n
+.19
0 SptUSBdIdIv 0 11.60n .02
+11 SrsGroCoRetail + 613.28
n +.10
+ 4 StkSlAllCpK + 3 36.82n +.13
0 Strat Inc
0 10.60n .01
0 Total Bnd
0 10.60n +.00
+ 7 Trend
+ 6 90.75n +.54
+ 1 Val Disc
+ 2 24.91n +.09
+ 1 Val Disc K + 2 24.91n +.09
+ 2 Value
+ 1 115.78n
+.32
+ 2 Value K
+ 1 115.93n
+.32
FidltyAdvFoc A
$ 10.6 bil 8772080098
+18 Health Care + 5 45.32 +.32
FidltyAdvFoc B
$ 7.2 bil 8772080098
+17 Health Care r + 5 37.89n +.27
FidltyAdvFoc C
$ 9.7 bil 8772080098
+17 Health Care r + 5 37.57n +.27
FidltyAdvFoc T
$ 9.5 bil 8772080098
+17 Health Care + 5 42.83 +.31
+ 2 MidCapValT r 0 24.58 +.08
Fifth Third A
$ 427 mil 8003340483
+15 MicroCapVal + 5 6.06 .01
Financial Inv Tr A
$ 1.2 bil 8558289909
+19 EmeraldGrA + 5 22.60 +.15
+ 9 LstPrivEq
+ 4 7.17 +.01
Financial Inv Tr I
$ 511 mil 8558289909
+ 9 LstPrivEq
+ 4 7.25n +.01
First Eagle
$ 91.9 bil 8003342143
+ 5 Fund Amer Y + 6 39.92n +.26
+ 1 Global A
+ 1 52.81 +.17
+ 5 Overseas A + 1 22.75 +.07
+ 5 Overseas I + 1 23.24n +.07
First Invstrs A
$ 8.8 bil 8004234026
+ 4 Opp b
+ 1 41.29 +.18
+ 7 SelectGrow b + 3 12.63 +.08

14 3.1%
14 3.1%
14 3.1%
14 3.2%
14 3.3%
14 3.1%
2015
%
Chg Fund

JAN
FEB
MAR
APR
MAY

% Change

Best % Change Last 16 Weeks:


Financial Inv Tr A Bank&Fin
Fidelity Sel Retailing
Fidelity Sel Banking
J Hancock A Regionl Bnk
Fidelity Sel IT Services
Fidelity Sel Insurance
Price Media&Telcm
Hartford HLS IA Health
Hartford A Health
Allianz D RCMWellnss
Price Health Sci
ProFunds InvBiotechUl

15
15
15
15
15

GHI

2015
%
Chg Fund

$ Net
Assets

:" 9
162 mil
:" 7
753 mil
" 6
592 mil
" 6
652 mil
" 5
924 mil
" 5
381 mil
: " 5 3.183 bil
" 5
369 mil
" 5 1.366 bil
" 5
179 mil
" 4 11.768 bil
" 4
800 mil

570 mil
Best % Change Last 39 Weeks:
3.183 bil Fidelity Sel Biotechnlgy
352 mil Fidelity Adv A Biotech
771 mil Prudential A HealthSci
Janus T Shrs GlbLifeSci
Rydex Investor Biotech
162 mil Price Health Sci
753 mil Fidelity Sel Retailing
3.8 bil Frank/Tmp Fr A BiotchDsc
Hartford HLS IA Health
16.4 bil
Hartford A Health
4.223 bil Allianz D RCMWellnss
3.183 bil Fidelity Sel Pharm

U.S. Stock Fund Cash Position


High (11/00) 6.2% Low (6/15) 2.7%
JAN
14
FEB
14
MAR
14
APR
14
MAY
14
JUN
14
2015
%
Chg Fund

Mutual Fund

"
"
"
"
"
"
:"
"
"
"
"
"
4 Wk Net
% Asset NAV
Chg Value Chg

+ 9 Sml Cap Gr + 3 39.23 +.18


1 Sml Cap Val 2 19.44 +.00
Invesco Funds B
$ 119 bil 8005258085
1 BalRskAllc + 1 11.07n .02
+ 1 Comstock + 2 25.53n +.01
+ 5 Diverse Div m + 4 18.98n +.10
+ 2 Eqty&Inc
+ 2 10.29n +.03
+16 GlbHlthCare m + 538.56
n +.14
+ 3 Gr & Inc
+ 3 27.10n +.11
+ 2 Intl Growth m + 3 30.43n +.05
+ 9 MidCap Gr + 3 34.00n +.27
+10 Small Gr
+ 1 10.24n +.06
+ 9 Sml Cap Gr + 3 30.16n +.14
+ 9 Sml Cap Gr + 3 37.25n +.17
1 VKSmCapVal 2 16.03n .01
Invesco Funds C
$ 120 bil 8005258085
1 BalRskAllc + 1 11.07n .02
0 Comstock + 2 25.53n +.02
+ 5 Diverse Div m + 4 18.96n +.10
+ 2 Eqty&Inc
+ 2 10.34n +.02
+17 GlbHlthCare + 5 38.61n +.14
+ 3 Gr & Inc
+ 3 27.03n +.11
+ 2 Intl Growth m + 3 30.46n +.05
+ 8 MidCap Gr + 2 32.09n +.26
+10 Small Gr
+ 1 9.54n +.05
+ 9 Sml Cap Gr + 3 30.11n +.14
1 VKSmCapVal 2 15.51n +.00
Invesco Funds P
$ 1.9 bil 8005258085
+ 8 Summit
+ 5 17.95n +.15
Invesco Funds Y
$ 14.9 bil 8005258085
0 BalRskAllc + 1 11.61n .03
+ 6 DiscplEq
+ 4 16.53n +.07
+ 1 EqWtS&P500 + 2 49.94n +.16
Invesco Instl
$ 31.2 bil 8005258085
0 BalRskAllcR5 + 1 11.62n .02
+ 3 Intl Growth R5 + 3 33.72n +.05
+ 9 Sml Cap Gr R5 b + 342.79
n +.20
InvMngrSrTr
$ 8.2 bil 8888443350
+ 8 OakRidgSmGr + 1 33.72n +.22
+ 8 OakSmlGr + 1 41.40 +.27
IVA Funds
$ 37.2 bil 8669414482
+ 1 WorldwideA + 2 17.67 +.04
+ 1 WorldwideC + 2 17.48n +.03
+ 1 WorldwideI + 2 17.70n +.04
Ivy Funds
$ 381 bil 8007776472
+ 6 AssetStr A + 2 25.33 +.01
1 AssetStr B + 2 24.13n +.00
1 AssetStr C + 2 24.28n +.00
1 AssetStr E + 2 25.40 +.01
1 AssetStr I + 2 25.61n +.01
1 AssetStr R + 2 25.10n +.01
1 AssetStr Y + 2 25.38n +.00
+ 1 High Inc C
0 7.86n +.00
+ 1 High Inc C
0 7.86n +.00
+ 2 High Inc I
0 7.86n +.00
+ 1 High Inc Y
0 7.86n +.00
+ 9 LrgCapGr C + 5 17.37n +.11
+ 9 LrgCapGr E + 5 19.90 +.13
+ 9 LrgCapGr I + 5 20.68n +.14
+ 9 LrgCapGr Y + 5 20.31n +.13
+ 9 LrgCapGrA + 5 19.92 +.13
+ 5 MicroGrowA + 2 25.45 .02
+ 1 MuniHiIncA 0 5.22 +.00
+ 1 MuniHiIncI
0 5.22n +.00
+ 1 MuniHiIncI
0 5.22n +.00
+ 3 Sci&TechA + 2 55.01 +.11
+ 3 Sci&TechB + 2 47.09n +.10
+ 3 Sci&TechC + 2 48.68n +.10
+ 3 Sci&TechE + 2 54.73 +.11
+ 3 Sci&TechI + 2 59.68n +.13
+ 3 Sci&TechR + 2 54.06n +.11
+ 3 Sci&TechY + 2 57.70n +.12
+ 2 Value A
+ 4 24.48 +.03

JKL
J Hancock 1
$ 45.6 bil 8002255291
+ 3 LifestylBal + 2 15.84n +.03
+ 4 LifestylGr + 2 16.92n +.05
J Hancock A
$ 16.3 bil 8002255291
0 ClassicVal + 2 26.72 +.13
+ 5 Finl Industr + 4 18.46 +.06
+ 7 Lrg Cap Eq + 5 42.75 +.16
+ 7 Regionl Bnk + 3 20.00 +.12
J Hancock Instl
$ 14.0 bil 8002255291
+ 5 DisValMdCap + 3 20.93n +.18
Janus A Shrs
$ 2.4 bil 8005253713
+14 Forty
+ 7 34.30 +.38
Janus Aspn Inst
$ 3.0 bil 8005253713
+ 7 Enterprise + 3 59.25n +.49
+14 Forty
+ 7 37.03n +.42
+10 Janus
+ 5 32.14n +.19
Janus C Shrs
$ 13.0 bil 8005253713
+ 1 Balanced
+ 2 30.67n +.07
Janus J Shrs
$ 9.0 bil 8005253713
0 PrknMdValL + 2 20.28n +.06

2015
%
Chg Fund

33
16.4 bil
30
3.8 bil
29 4.223 bil
29 4.582 bil
27
883 mil
27 11.768 bil
24
753 mil
23
2.1 bil
23
369 mil
23 1.366 bil
21
179 mil
21 1.583 bil
4 Wk Net
% Asset NAV
Chg Value Chg

Janus S Shrs
$ 46.5 bil 8005250020
+ 2 Balanced
+ 2 30.86n +.08
+ 7 Enterprise + 3 90.79n +.66
+14 Forty
+ 7 33.50n +.38
+ 9 Janus
+ 5 40.46n +.23
0 PrknMidVal + 2 20.13n +.06
Janus T Shrs
$ 88.8 bil 8005250020
+ 2 Balanced
+ 2 30.89n +.07
7 Contrarian + 1 20.62n .02
+ 7 Enterprise + 3 92.28n +.67
+ 1 Flex Bond
0 10.47n .02
+25 GlbLifeSci + 7 65.66n +.41
+10 Janus
+ 5 40.62n +.24
0 PrknMdVal + 2 20.05n +.06
+ 8 Research
+ 4 46.66n +.24
+ 5 Twenty
+ 5 61.39n +.41
+ 4 US Core
+ 4 21.22n +.13
+ 7 Venture
+ 2 69.42n +.16
JOHN HAN
$ 12.2 bil 8003388080
+ 3 GLBabs
+ 2 11.27 +.03
+ 3 GLBabs
+ 2 11.30n +.02
JOHN HAN C
$ 7.5 bil 8003388080
+ 3 GLBabs
+ 1 11.22n +.02
JOHN HAN I
$ 12.3 bil 8003388080
+ 3 GLBabs
+ 2 11.30n +.03
JP Morgan A
$ 215 bil 8004804111
+ 1 Core Bond
0 11.68 .03
+10 DynmcSmlGr + 4 26.22 +.23
0 Equity Inc + 1 13.93 +.02
+15 Gr Advantg r + 6 16.48 +.17
+ 2 High Yield
0 7.45 +.00
0 IntrepdVal + 1 35.44 +.03
+10 IntrepEuro + 7 25.81 +.12
+ 4 Intrepid Gr + 3 41.87 +.19
0 IntrepidMid + 2 21.93 +.13
+ 2 Intrpd Amer + 2 38.47 +.13
+12 Lg Cap Gr
+ 6 38.72 +.23
+ 1 Lg Cap Val + 2 15.02 +.04
+ 2 Mid Cap Val + 1 37.37 +.14
+13 MidCapGr + 4 28.49 +.23
+ 4 Mkt Exp Idx + 1 12.97 +.07
+ 1 Sh Dur Bd
0 10.86 +.00
+10 Small Grow + 4 14.60 +.13
+ 4 US Equity
+ 3 14.97 +.06
+ 3 USLgCorPls + 3 30.21 +.11
+ 1 ValAdvntg + 1 30.07 +.08
JP Morgan C
$ 157 bil 8004804111
0 Core Bond r 0 11.74n .03
+10 DynmcSmlGr + 4 22.11n +.19
+ 2 High Yield r
0 7.46n +.00
1 IntrepidMid + 2 19.15n +.12
+ 2 Mid Cap Val + 1 36.15n +.14
0 Sh Dur Bd r
0 10.92n .01
+ 3 US Equity
+ 3 14.60n +.05
+ 3 USLgCorPls + 3 29.45n +.11
+ 1 ValAdvntg + 1 29.93n +.07
JP Morgan Fds
$ 12.7 bil 8005215411
+ 3 IncBldrA
+ 2 10.20 +.01
JP Morgan Instl
$ 85.4 bil 8004804111
+ 3 Disc Equity + 1 24.15n +.06
+11 IntrepEuro + 8 26.55n +.13
+ 3 Mid Cap Val + 1 38.17n +.14
+11 Small Grow + 4 16.04n +.14
+ 4 TaxAwrDscEq + 2 30.10n +.05
+ 4 US Equity
+ 3 15.01n +.06
+ 3 US Small Co 0 16.96n +.13
+ 2 ValAdvntg + 1 30.30n +.08
JP Morgan R5
$ 83.9 bil 8004804111
+ 1 CoreBond
0 11.66n .03
+ 2 High Yield
0 7.49n .01
+ 2 IntrpdAm + 2 38.83n +.13
+ 4 IntrpdGrth + 3 42.03n +.20
0 IntrpdVal
+ 1 35.68n +.04
+ 2 LgVal
+ 2 14.94n +.05
+ 5 SmallCapEq + 1 50.45n +.17
+ 4 USEqty
+ 3 15.02n +.06
+ 4 USLgCrPls + 3 30.63n +.12
JP Morgan R6
$ 64.3 bil 8004804111
+ 1 Core Bond
0 11.69n .02
+ 3 DiscEquity + 1 24.15n +.05
+ 2 High Yield
0 7.48n .01
+ 1 Sh Dur Bd
0 10.87n +.00
JP Morgan Selct
$ 224 bil 8004804111
+ 1 Core Bond
0 11.67n .03
+ 3 Dscplnd Eq + 1 24.17n +.05
+11 DynmcSmlGr + 4 28.54n +.25
+15 Gr Advantg r + 6 16.82n +.18
+ 2 High Yield
0 7.49n +.00
0 IntrepdVal + 1 35.59n +.04
+11 IntrepEuro + 8 26.23n +.13
+ 4 Intrepid Gr + 3 42.17n +.20
0 IntrepidMid + 2 22.89n +.15
+ 2 Intrpd Amer + 2 38.90n +.13
+ 2 Lg Cap Val + 2 14.80n +.04
+12 LgCapGr
+ 6 38.83n +.23
+ 8 Mid Cap Eq + 3 48.39n +.29
+ 3 Mid Cap Val + 1 37.76n +.14
+14 MidCapGr + 4 31.94n +.26
+ 1 Sh Dur Bd
0 10.87n .01
+10 Small Grow + 4 15.72n +.14
+ 5 SmallCapEq + 1 50.31n +.16

4 Wk Net
% Asset NAV
Chg Value Chg

+ 2 TrSmlEqCore + 1 55.57n +.33


+ 4 US Equity
+ 3 14.99n +.06
+ 3 US Small Co 0 16.97n +.13
+ 4 USLgCorPls + 3 30.48n +.12
+ 1 ValAdvntg + 1 30.22n +.07
Kinetics Funds
$ 1.6 bil 8009303828
2 SmCpOpport 3 36.41n .34
Lazard Instl
$ 23.4 bil 8008236300
7 EmergMkts 1 15.99n .01
+ 8 GlbLstInfr + 5 14.62n +.03
+ 7 Useqvalport + 4 14.30n +.01
Lazard Open
$ 22.8 bil 8008236300
7 EmergMkts 1 16.40n +.00
+ 8 GlbLstInfr + 5 14.65n +.03
Legg Mason
$ 28.9 bil 8008225544
+ 3 BridgeGr
+ 2 228.37n
.27
Legg Mason A
$ 49.5 bil 8008225544
+ 2 Aggressive + 2 208.49 .25
+ 8 CBLgGrA
+ 5 33.18 +.08
+ 6 CBMidCapCr + 2 32.28 +.19
+14 OppTr
+ 8 21.53 +.05
Legg Mason B
$ 37.1 bil 8008225544
+ 2 CBAggGr
+ 1 168.66n
.21
Legg Mason C
$ 45.5 bil 8008225544
+ 2 Aggressive + 1 174.65n
.21
+ 8 CBLgCapGr + 4 27.77n +.06
+ 6 CBMidCapCr + 2 26.99n +.16
+13 OppTr
+ 8 20.71n +.05
Legg Mason FI
$ 2.7 bil 8008225544
+14 OppTr
+ 8 22.23n +.05
Legg Mason I
$ 45.6 bil 8008225544
+ 3 CBAggGr
+ 2 226.42n
.27
+ 2 CMValTr
+ 3 79.20n +.05
+14 OppTr
+ 8 23.21n +.05
Litman Gregory
$ 2.0 bil 4154618999
+ 2 MstEqtI
+ 3 18.29n +.08
Longleaf Prtnrs
$ 13.4 bil 8004459469
9 Partners
3 28.47n .16
Loomis Syls
$ 115 bil 8006333330
4 Bond Instl 1 14.06n .02
4 Bond Ret
1 13.99n .03
+10 Growth Y
+ 8 11.52n +.08
+13 SmCapGr Inst + 4 25.61n +.18
4 Strat Inc A 1 15.42 .02
4 Strat Inc B 1 15.58n .01
4 Strat Inc C 1 15.53n .01
Loomis Syls Inv
$ 34.9 bil 8006333330
4 GradeBondA 1 11.28 .02
4 GradeBondC 1 11.18n .02
4 GradeBondY 1 11.29n .02
Lord Abbett A
$ 76.7 bil 8004261130
1 Affiliated
+ 1 16.00 +.04
+ 7 Alph Strat + 2 31.74 +.00
+ 2 Bond Deben 0 7.91 .01
+ 5 DivEqStrat + 3 20.17 +.00
+10 DvlpGrwth + 4 24.36 +.11
+ 2 FloatRate
0 9.17 +.00
+11 Growth Opp + 4 22.85 +.18
+ 4 ValueOpps + 1 20.39 +.11
Lord Abbett B
$ 50.7 bil 8004261130
1 Affiliated
+ 1 16.08n +.03
+ 1 Bond Deben 0 7.94n +.00
+ 9 Dvlp Grwth + 4 18.90n +.09
+11 Growth Opp + 4 18.65n +.15
Lord Abbett C
$ 75.3 bil 8004261130
1 Affiliated
+ 1 15.99n +.03
+ 1 Bond Deben 0 7.93n .01
+ 5 DivEqStrat + 3 19.60n +.00
+ 9 Dvlp Grwth + 4 19.09n +.09
+ 1 FloatRate
0 9.18n +.00
+11 Growth Opp + 4 18.64n +.14
Lord Abbett F
$ 62.5 bil 8004261130
0 Affiliated
+ 1 16.00n +.03
+ 7 Alph Strat + 2 31.81n +.00
+ 2 Bond Deben 0 7.90n +.00
+10 Dvlp Grwth + 4 25.06n +.11
+ 1 FloatRate
0 9.16n +.00
+ 4 ValueOpps + 1 20.68n +.11
Lord Abbett I
$ 54.5 bil 8004261130
0 Affiliated
+ 1 16.05n +.03
+ 2 Bond Deben 0 7.87n +.00
+ 6 DivEqStrat + 3 20.33n +.00
+10 Dvlp Grwth + 4 27.40n +.12
+ 2 FloatRate
0 9.17n +.00
+12 Growth Opp + 4 25.12n +.20
+ 3 MidValue + 1 26.44n +.10
+ 4 ValueOpps + 1 21.00n +.11
Lord Abbett P
$ 28.0 bil 8002016984
1 Affiliated
+ 1 15.97n +.03
+ 2 Bond Deben 0 8.09n +.00
+10 Dvlp Grwth + 4 23.69n +.11
Lord Abbett R3
$ 24.1 bil 8004261130
1 Affiliated
+ 1 15.98n +.03
+ 2 Bond Deben 0 7.90n +.00
+10 Dvlp Grwth + 4 23.90n +.11
+ 2 LSV Val Eq + 2 24.31n +.09

MNO
MainStay A Fds
$ 45.8 bil 8006246782
+ 3 High Yld Cp
0 5.71 +.00
+ 9 LrgCpGrow + 6 10.99 +.08
MainStay B Fds
$ 38.7 bil 8006246782
+ 3 Hi Yld Cp
0 5.69n +.01
+ 9 Lrg Cp Grow + 6 9.96n +.07
MainStay C Fds
$ 12.3 bil 8006246782
+ 3 Hi Yld CorpBd 0 5.69n +.00
Mainstay I Fds
$ 31.5 bil 8006246782
5 MarketField + 1 15.35n +.02
Managers Funds
$ 47.2 bil 8005484539
+11 Brandywine + 4 38.81n +.04
+ 3 EmrOppFdSvc 0 44.90n +.14
+ 3 EmrOppInsCl 0 45.19n +.14
+ 1 SkylineSpc 1 40.27n +.15
+11 SpcEQFdInst + 5 100.36n
+.65
+11 SpclEqSvcCl + 5 98.12n +.63
+ 7 TSSmCapGrFd + 3 19.82n +.09
+ 7 TSSmCpGrFd + 3 19.48n +.09
+ 9 TSSmCpGrFd + 2 17.89n +.16
+ 9 TSSmCpGrFd + 2 18.25n +.17
6 YacktFocFd 0 24.41n .20
4 YacktmanFd + 1 24.02n .11
Manning & Napier Funds
$ 13.4 bil 8004663863
+ 2 WorldOppA + 3 7.45n +.05
Marshall Funds
$ 10.7 bil 8005803863
+ 9 BMOLgGrwIr + 5 17.52n +.08
+ 9 BMOLgGrwY + 5 17.39n +.09
+ 2 BMOLgValIr + 1 16.13n +.06
+ 2 BMOLgValIr + 1 16.10n +.06
0 BMOMidValIr + 1 15.86n +.07
0 BMOMidValY + 1 15.88n +.08
+ 6 BMOSmGrInv + 1 19.41n +.07
+ 6 BMOSmGrIr + 1 19.93n +.08
Marsico Funds
$ 2.6 bil 8888608686
+ 8 21st Century + 4 23.19n +.13
+ 7 Focus
+ 4 21.30n +.07
Mass Mutl Instl

INVESTORS.COM
2015
%
Chg Fund

4 Wk Net
% Asset NAV
Chg Value Chg

$ 1.7 bil 8005426767


+ 8 SmlCpGrEq S + 3 17.66n +.12
Mass Mutl Prem
$ 21.0 bil 8005426767
+ 6 DiscplnGrwS + 4 12.42n +.07
+13 Global L
+ 5 15.98n +.12
+13 Global S
+ 5 16.00n +.12
Mass Mutl Select
$ 64.2 bil 8005426767
+12 BlueChipGrA + 8 18.36 +.17
+12 BlueChipGrL + 8 18.97n +.17
+12 BlueChipGrS + 8 19.31n +.18
+12 BlueChipGrY + 8 19.17n +.17
3 Focus Val A + 1 21.11 +.08
3 Focus Val L + 1 21.74n +.08
2 Focus Val S + 1 22.19n +.09
2 Focus Val Y + 1 21.93n +.09
2 Focus Val Z + 1 22.15n +.09
+ 6 Grw Opp S + 5 12.62n +.11
+11 MidCpGrEq Z + 3 20.61n +.14
+10 MidGrEqII A + 3 18.45 +.12
+10 MidGrEqII L + 3 19.49n +.13
+10 MidGrEqII S + 3 20.49n +.14
+10 MidGrEqII Y + 3 20.14n +.14
2 Sm Co Val L 0 13.98n +.04
2 Sm Co Val Y 0 14.14n +.04
1 SmallCoGr Z 0 14.17n +.04
+ 9 SmlCpGrEq Z + 3 17.77n +.11
Matthews Asia
$ 21.2 bil 8007892742
+ 9 IndiaInv
+ 3 28.82n +.34
+22 JapanInv
+ 3 19.23n .03
+ 3 PacTigerInv + 1 27.31n +.09
Metro West
$ 236 bil 8002414671
0 TotRetBdI
0 10.81n .03
0 TotRetBdM
0 10.82n .02
0 TRBdPlan
0 10.19n .03
MFS Funds A
$ 180 bil 8006372929
+ 9 GroMFSA
+ 6 74.24 +.56
+10 Intl Val
+ 6 36.40 +.22
+ 4 MA Inv Tr
+ 4 29.84 +.06
+ 4 MA InvGrSk + 4 25.43 +.08
+11 Mid Cap Gr + 5 15.27 +.13
+ 3 MidCapVal + 1 20.54 +.08
+ 9 Resrch Intl + 6 17.77 +.13
+ 7 Technology + 6 26.19 +.22
+ 2 Total Ret
+ 1 18.37 +.00
+ 3 Value
+ 2 35.62 +.07
MFS Funds B
$ 172 bil 8006372929
+ 9 Growth
+ 6 62.51n +.47
+10 Intl Val
+ 6 34.68n +.20
+ 4 MA Inv Tr
+ 3 29.04n +.06
+ 3 MA InvGrSk + 4 22.58n +.07
+10 Mid Cap Gr + 5 13.35n +.12
+ 9 Rsrch Intl + 6 17.03n +.12
+ 2 Total Ret B + 1 18.39n +.00
+ 2 Value
+ 2 35.43n +.06
MFS Funds C
$ 142 bil 8006372929
+ 9 Growth
+ 6 62.08n +.47
+ 4 MA Inv Tr
+ 3 28.62n +.06
+ 3 MA InvGrSk + 4 22.45n +.07
+10 Mid Cap Gr + 5 13.02n +.11
+ 9 Rrsch Intl + 6 16.67n +.12
+ 2 Total Ret
+ 1 18.47n +.00
+ 2 Value
+ 2 35.23n +.06
MFS Funds I
$ 117 bil 8006372929
+ 9 Growth
+ 6 77.97n +.59
+ 4 MA InvGrSk + 4 26.02n +.08
+ 4 Mass Inv Tr + 3 29.17n +.06
+11 MidCapGr + 5 15.91n +.14
+ 3 MidCapVal + 1 21.01n +.08
+ 9 Rsrch Intl + 6 18.38n +.13
+ 2 Total Ret
+ 1 18.37n +.00
+ 3 Value
+ 2 35.81n +.07
MFS Instl Funds
$ 6.9 bil 8006372929
+10 Intl Eq
+ 6 22.99n +.18
Morgan Stan A
$ 1.6 bil 8008696397
+12 MltiCpOpps + 7 35.98 +.27
Morgan Stan B
$ 1.7 bil 8008696397
+12 MltiCpOpps + 7 30.21n +.23
Morgan Stan C
$ 1.2 bil 8008696397
+12 MltiCpOpps + 7 30.27n +.23
Morgan Stan I
$ 1.5 bil 8008696397
+13 MltiCpOpps + 7 38.05n +.30
Morgan Stan Ins
$ 38.7 bil 8005487786
+15 CapGrP
+ 8 43.18 +.39
+ 5 SmCoGrP
+ 1 15.67 .08
Motley Fool Funds
$ 692 mil 8888638803
+ 3 GreatAmer + 1 19.72n +.01
Nationwide A
$ 14.4 bil 8008480920
+ 9 Growth
+ 4 11.33 +.04
Nationwide Funds Instl
$ 8.3 bil 8008480920
+ 9 Growth
+ 4 11.81n +.04
+ 4 MidMktIdx + 1 19.57n +.09
Natixis Funds
$ 19.8 bil 8002255478
1 LSCorePlBdA 1 12.66 .03
2 LSCorePlBdB 1 12.74n .03
+ 7 USMltCapEqA + 6 29.09 +.25
+ 7 USMltCapEqB + 6 21.28n +.18
+ 7 USMltCapEqC + 6 21.30n +.18
+ 8 USMltCapEqY + 6 33.19n +.28
+ 8 VaughSmValA + 2 22.08 +.13
+ 8 VaughSmValB + 2 16.29n +.09
+ 8 VaughSmValC + 2 16.27n +.09
Neubg Brm
$ 81.0 bil 8008779700
0 LgShrtFdC + 1 12.60n +.03
+14 MidGrwth + 4 25.50 +.22
+ 3 MultiCap
+ 3 16.12 +.12
Neubg Brm Adv
$ 14.3 bil 8008779700
+ 4 Focus
+ 3 9.12n +.01
+ 6 Genesis
+ 3 29.20n +.25
Neubg Brm Instl
$ 24.0 bil 8006282583
+ 4 IntrnVal
1 14.81n +.07
+14 MidGrwth + 4 15.59n +.13
+ 4 MltcapOpp + 3 16.26n +.13
+ 2 SocRespons + 3 35.44n +.19
Neubg Brm Inv
$ 36.6 bil 8008779700
+ 4 Focus
+ 3 26.98n +.04
+ 6 Genesis
+ 3 38.60n +.32
+ 6 GenesisI
+ 3 60.04n +.50
+14 MidGrwth + 4 15.28n +.13
Neubg Brm Tr
$ 20.3 bil 8008779700
+ 6 Genesis
+ 3 62.74n +.51
+14 MidGrwth + 4 25.55n +.22
1 NFJ Div Val + 2 16.89n +.06
Nicholas Group
$ 5.4 bil 8002275987
+ 9 Nichol II I
+ 3 28.21n +.10
+ 9 Nicholas
+ 3 71.88n .22
NorthCoastAsstMgmt
$ 113 mil 8002745448
+ 2 CAN SLIM Sel + 2 14.24n +.03
Northern
$ 45.3 bil 8005959111
+ 4 Mid Cap Idx + 1 18.18n +.00
+ 3 Stock Index + 2 25.76n +.00
Northern Instl
$ 8.9 bil 8006371380
+ 1 GlTctAstAlc + 1 12.08n +.00
Nuveen Cl A
$ 24.3 bil 8002578787
+ 8 MidCapGrOpp + 3 44.03 +.43
Nuveen Cl I
$ 32.3 bil 8002578787
+ 8 MidCapGrOpI + 3 50.34n +.49
3 NWQSmVal 2 42.78n +.08
Oakmark I
$ 83.2 bil 8006256275
0 Equity & Inc + 1 31.92n +.12

2015
%
Chg Fund

4 Wk Net
% Asset NAV
Chg Value Chg

+ 7 Intl
+ 5 25.03n +.20
+ 1 Oakmark
+ 3 66.91n +.44
0 Select
+ 3 40.71n +.19
Oberweis Funds
$ 639 mil 8003236166
+14 IntlOpps
+ 5 21.20n +.00
Old Westbury
$ 28.4 bil 8006072200
+ 4 LgCapStrat + 4 13.38n +.06
Olstein
$ 1.5 bil 8007992113
1 AllCpValAd
0 24.59n +.07
Oppenheimer A
$ 98.1 bil 8002255677
6 Develop Mkt 0 33.56 +.16
+15 Discovery + 5 81.34 +.77
+13 Global
+ 5 85.71 +.67
+16 Intl Sm Co + 6 37.69 +.12
0 Sml Mid Val 0 48.49 +.06
Oppenheimer Y
$ 45.6 bil 8002255677
5 DevelopMkts 0 33.17n +.15
+15 Discovery + 5 89.04n +.85
+10 IntlGr
+ 6 38.42n +.22
+16 IntlSmCo
+ 6 37.45n +.12
Optimum C
$ 5.6 bil 8009140278
+11 LrgCpGrow + 6 16.22n +.11
Optimum Instl
$ 6.5 bil 8009140278
+11 LrgCpGrow + 6 18.73n +.13

PQR
Pace Funds A
$ 9.4 bil 8006471568
+ 8 Lrg Co Gr
+ 5 26.49 +.25
+11 SmMd Co Gr + 4 20.47 +.06
Pace Funds P
$ 8.8 bil 8006471568
+11 SmMd Co Gr + 4 21.42n +.06
Pace Funds Y
$ 4.3 bil 8006471568
+ 8 Lrg Co Gr
+ 5 27.08n +.26
Parnassus
$ 12.5 bil 8009993505
+ 2 CoreEqIncInv + 4 41.17n +.37
+ 5 Parnassus + 4 50.70n +.24
PIMCO A
$ 236 bil 8004260107
2 All Asset
1 11.26 +.00
3 AllAsstAuth 1 8.76 +.00
13 Commod RR 8 3.79 +.00
9 EmgLocBdFd 3 7.39 .04
0 FrgnBdHedg + 1 10.65 .04
+ 2 High Yield
0 9.08 +.00
+ 1 InvstGrCorBd 0 10.50 .02
+ 1 Low Dur
0 9.99 +.00
1 Real Return 1 10.82 .03
+ 1 Short Term
0 9.82 +.00
+ 3 Stockplus + 1 9.29 +.02
+ 1 TotalRetrn
0 10.63 .01
PIMCO Admin
$ 293 bil 8009274648
13
CmdyRealRtrnStrtR 8
+.00
3.72n
13 Commod RR 8 3.80n +.00
9 EmrgLoclBd 3 7.39n .04
+ 2 High Yield
0 9.08n +.00
+ 3 IncomeFd
0 12.33n .01
+ 1 Low Dration 0 9.99n +.00
1 Real Return 1 10.82n .03
0 Realpath
+ 1 8.43n .02
+ 1 Short Term
0 9.82n +.00
+ 1 ShortTermR 0 9.82n +.00
+ 1 TotalRetrn
0 10.63n .01
0 TotalRetrnII 0 10.08n .01
PIMCO C
$ 223 bil 8004260107
3 All Asset
1 11.21n +.00
4 AllAsstAuth 1 8.75n +.00
13 Commod RR 8 3.63n +.00
10 EmgLocBdFd 3 7.39n .04
1 FrgnBdHedg + 1 10.65n .04
+ 2 High Yield
0 9.08n +.00
0 Low Dur
0 9.99n +.00
1 Real Return 1 10.82n .03
+ 1 Short Term
0 9.82n +.00
+ 1 TotalRetrn
0 10.63n .01
PIMCO D
$ 255 bil 8004260107
2 All Asset
1 11.25n +.00
13 Commod RR 8 3.80n +.00
9 EmgLocBdFd 3 7.39n .04
0 FrgnBdHedg + 1 10.65n .04
+ 2 High Yield
0 9.08n +.00
+ 3 Income
0 12.33n .01
+ 1 InvstGrCorBd 0 10.50n .02
+ 1 Low Dur
0 9.99n +.00
1 Real Return 1 10.82n .03
+ 1 Short Term
0 9.82n +.00
+ 3 Stockplus + 1 9.24n +.03
+ 1 TotalRetrn
0 10.63n .01
0 Unconstrnd + 1 11.10n +.00
PIMCO Inst l
$ 352 bil 8009274648
2 All Asset
1 11.26n +.00
3 AllAsstAuth 1 8.76n +.00
13 Commod RR 8 3.86n +.00
9 EmgLocBdFd 3 7.39n .04
4 ExtdDur
+ 2 8.07n .09
0 FrgnBdHedg + 1 10.65n .04
+ 2 High Yield
0 9.08n +.00
+ 3 Income
0 12.33n .01
+13 IntlStkPlus + 7 8.26n +.01
+ 1 InvGrCorpBd 0 10.50n .02
0 Low Dur 2
0 9.79n +.00
+ 1 Low Dur 3
0 9.59n +.00
0 RAEfund
0 12.01n +.06
+ 1 Short Term
0 9.82n +.00
0 StkPlsLgDur + 3 7.25n .01
+ 4 Stockplus + 1 9.45n +.03
+ 4 StocksPLUS + 3 9.70n +.04
+ 1 TotalRetrn
0 10.63n .01
0 TotalRetrnII 0 10.08n .01
+ 1 TotalRetrnIII 0 9.25n .01
1 TxMgdRlRtrn 1 9.88n +.00
PIMCO P
$ 364 bil 8004260107
2 All Asset
1 11.28n +.00
3 AllAsstAuth 1 8.76n +.00
13 Commod RR 8 3.85n +.00
9 EmrgLoclBd 3 7.39n .04
0 FrgnBdHedg + 1 10.65n .04
+ 2 High Yield
0 9.08n +.00
+ 3 Income
0 12.33n .01
+13 IntlStkPlus + 7 8.21n +.02
2 LgDurTotRet 0 11.48n .07
+ 1 Low Dur
0 9.99n +.00
0 Real Return 1 10.82n .03
+ 1 Short Term
0 9.82n +.00
+ 3 Stockplus + 1 9.39n +.03
+ 1 TotalRetrn
0 10.63n .01
+ 1 TotRetIII
0 9.25n .01
0 UnconstrndBdFd + 111.10
n +.00
Pioneer
$ 16.6 bil 8002256292
0 Strat Inc
0 10.75n .01
Pioneer A
$ 31.2 bil 8002256292
+ 6 DiscGr
+ 4 18.56 +.04
+ 8 Growth
+ 5 20.04 +.05
+ 7 SlelectMidCapGrowth + 4
39.76
+.37
0 Strat Inc
0 10.58 .01
Pioneer C
$ 26.2 bil 8002256292
0 Strat Inc
0 10.35n .01
Pioneer Y
$ 28.8 bil 8002256292
+ 6 DiscGr
+ 4 18.90n +.04
+ 8 Growth
+ 5 20.21n +.05
+ 8 SlelectMidCapGrowth + 4
42.17n
+.39
0 Strat Inc
0 10.58n .01
PNC Funds
$ 5.6 bil 8005512145
+10 SmlCpI
+ 1 23.09n +.07
+ 6 PolarisGlbl + 3 22.43n +.11

2015
%
Chg Fund

4 Wk Net
% Asset NAV
Chg Value Chg

Price Advisor
$ 307 bil 8006385660
+13 Blu Chp Gr + 7 75.40n +.72
3 Equity Inc
0 31.63n +.04
+14 Growth Stk + 8 58.16n +.54
+ 9 Intl Stock + 5 16.85n +.11
+10 Mid Cap Gr + 3 80.87n +.46
+ 1 Mid Cap Val 0 29.07n +.01
+11 New Amer Gr + 6 45.99n +.35
0 New Income 0 9.45n .02
+ 4 Retire 2030 + 3 23.85n +.09
+ 2 Retire2015 + 2 14.77n +.02
+ 4 Retire2025 + 2 16.24n +.05
+ 5 Retire2045 + 3 16.74n +.08
+ 6 Sci & Tech + 5 39.32n +.25
1 SmlCapVal
0 45.80n +.19
+ 2 Value
+ 2 34.80n +.16
Price Funds R
$ 56.2 bil 8006385660
+ 2 Retire2015 + 1 14.63n +.02
+ 4 Retire2025 + 2 16.08n +.05
+ 5 Retire2035 + 3 17.22n +.08
+ 5 Retire2045 + 3 16.58n +.08
Price Funds
$ 974 bil 8006385660
+13 BlueChip Gr + 7 73.18n +.70
+13 BlueChipGrw + 7 76.12n +.73
+ 7 CapApprc + 3 27.91n +.13
+ 7 CapApprcAdv + 3 27.61n +.12
+ 8 DiverMidGr + 3 25.33n +.15
+10 DiverSmCapGr + 228.10
n +.18
3 EmrgMktStk 0 31.53n +.07
3 Equity Inc
0 31.70n +.04
+ 3 Equity Index + 3 56.62n +.20
3 EquityIncR
0 31.55n +.03
+ 4 ExtEqMktIx + 1 26.12n +.08
+ 9 FinanclSvc + 4 24.12n +.03
+10 Global Stock + 6 27.99n +.16
+13 Global Tech + 8 13.92n +.10
+14 GrowthStk + 8 59.07n +.55
+13 GrowthStk R + 7 56.86n +.52
+25 Health Sci + 6 85.11n +.65
+ 2 Hi Yld Adv
0 6.70n .01
+ 3 High Yld
0 6.72n .01
+ 8 Intl Gr&Inc + 6 14.92n +.08
+ 9 Intl Stock + 5 16.96n +.11
+ 8 IntlGr&IncR + 6 14.94n +.08
+ 8 IntlGrIncAv + 6 15.13n +.09
+13 LgCoreGr I + 7 28.15n +.27
+13 LgCpGrInstl + 8 31.16n +.34
+12 Media&Telcm + 7 73.08n +.26
+10 Mid Cap Gr + 3 82.99n +.47
+ 1 Mid Cap Val 0 29.24n +.00
+10 MidCapEqGrI + 3 47.57n +.27
+10 MidCapGr R + 3 79.08n +.44
+ 1 MidCapVal R 0 28.68n +.01
0 New Income 0 9.47n .02
+11 NewAmerGr + 7 46.75n +.36
+10 NewHorizns + 4 48.22n +.13
+ 8 OverseasStk + 5 10.14n +.06
+ 3 Ret2020 Adv + 2 21.23n +.05
+ 3 Retire 2020 + 2 21.39n +.05
+ 4 Retire 2030 + 3 24.05n +.09
+ 5 Retire 2035 + 3 17.49n +.07
+ 5 Retire 2040 + 3 24.98n +.12
+ 5 Retire 2040 + 3 25.20n +.12
+ 2 Retire2015 + 1 14.83n +.02
+ 3 Retire2020R + 2 21.03n +.05
+ 4 Retire2025 + 2 16.33n +.05
+ 4 Retire2030R + 3 23.65n +.09
+ 5 Retire2035 + 3 17.40n +.08
+ 5 Retire2040R + 3 24.81n +.11
+ 5 Retire2045 + 3 16.85n +.08
+ 6 Sci & Tech + 5 39.76n +.25
1 Sm Cap Value 0 46.18n +.18
+ 2 SmCapStk + 1 45.27n +.09
+ 2 SmCapStkAd + 1 44.79n +.08
+ 2 SmCapStkIn + 1 20.96n +.04
+ 2 Value
+ 2 35.32n +.16
PRIMECAP Odyssey Funds
$ 16.9 bil 8007292307
+ 7 AggrGrowth + 3 35.31n +.07
+ 7 Growth
+ 5 27.95n +.14
+ 4 Stock
+ 3 24.60n +.15
Principal Investors
$ 254 bil 8002225852
+11 LgCapGrI I + 6 13.78n +.13
+ 8 LrgCapGr A + 3 11.25 +.06
+ 8 LrgCapGr I + 3 11.68n +.05
+ 8 LrgCapGr J + 3 10.66n +.06
+10 LrgGrowI J + 6 11.96n +.11
+ 3 LT 2030 A
+ 2 14.81 +.04
+ 3 LT 2030 I
+ 2 14.78n +.03
+ 3 LT 2030 J
+ 2 14.73n +.03
+ 8 MidCpBlndA + 4 23.28 +.08
+ 8 MidCpBlndJ + 4 22.46n +.08
+ 2 MidValIIIJ + 1 18.67n +.06
+ 9 SmCpBlendA + 3 21.98 +.14
+ 9 SmCpBlendI + 3 23.23n +.15
+ 9 SmCpBlndJ + 3 21.13n +.14
+11 SmGrI Inst + 3 13.21n +.10
+11 SmGrI J
+ 3 10.49n +.07
+ 3 SmlS&P600I + 1 24.77n +.10
+ 3 SmValII I
0 13.31n +.06
ProFunds Inv
$ 2.7 bil 8887763637
+26 BiotechUl + 9 79.66n +.85
+16 UltNasdq100 +12 101.78n
+1.55

Prudential A
$ 68.2 bil 8002251852
+13 Growth
+ 6 32.48 +.18
+25 HealthSci + 6 59.50 +.45
+ 6 MidCapGr + 2 40.31 +.22
+13 SelGwth
+ 6 14.09 +.08
+ 1 Sh Tm Corp
0 11.11 .01
+ 5 SmallCo
+ 1 26.62 +.08
+ 1 TotRetBd
0 14.30 .04
Prudential B
$ 68.2 bil 8002251852
+13 Growth
+ 6 27.51n +.15
+24 HealthSci + 6 49.04n +.37
+ 5 MidCapGr + 2 34.13n +.19
+12 SelGwth
+ 6 12.38n +.07
0 ShTmCorpBd 0 11.11n .01
0 TotRetBd
0 14.30n .04
Prudential C
$ 59.2 bil 8002251852
+24 HealthSci + 6 49.03n +.37
+ 5 MidCapGr + 2 34.13n +.18
0 MidCapVal + 1 18.30n +.04
+12 SelGwth
+ 6 12.37n +.07
0 TotRetBd
0 14.28n .05
Prudential Z&I
$ 51.1 bil 8002251852
+14 GrowthZ
+ 6 34.32n +.18
+25 HealthSci + 6 63.82n +.49
+ 6 MidCapGr + 2 42.42n +.23
+ 6 SmallCo
+ 1 28.21n +.09
+ 1 TotRetBdZ
0 14.25n .04
Putnam A
$ 68.3 bil 8002251581
0 Diversifd Inc + 2 7.42 +.02
+ 2 Equity Inc + 2 21.32 +.05
+18 GlbHlthCre + 6 78.26 +.71
+ 5 Growth Opp + 5 25.19 +.19
+ 2 Investors
+ 2 22.41 +.09
+ 4 Mlt Cap Val + 2 19.97 +.00
+ 5 MltCpGrw + 4 80.38 +.57
+ 3 Research
+ 3 26.62 +.07
+ 4 Voyager
+ 5 31.57 +.20
Putnam B
$ 61.9 bil 8002251581
1 Dvrsfd Inc + 2 7.34n +.01
+18 GlbHlthCre + 6 56.81n +.51
+ 5 Growth Opp + 5 22.00n +.16
+ 3 Mlt Cap Val + 2 18.58n +.00
+ 5 MltCpGrw + 4 66.25n +.47
+ 4 Voyager
+ 4 25.61n +.16
Putnam C
$ 55.3 bil 8002251581
1 Dvrsfd Inc + 2 7.29n +.01
+18 GlbHlthCre + 6 65.22n +.59
+ 5 Growth Opp + 5 22.36n +.16
+ 3 Mlt Cap Val + 2 18.51n +.00
+ 5 MltCpGrw + 4 70.93n +.51
+ 4 Voyager
+ 4 28.62n +.18
Putnam M

EXCHANGE TRADED FUNDS

INVESTOR'S BUSINESS DAILY

15% R Acc 52-wk


Chg S Dis High Fund

IBDS ETF Market Strategy


OVERVIEW
IBDs Market Pulse feature has a long history of
recognizing shifts in market direction early on to help
investors maximize gains in uptrends and protect their
portfolios in downtrends. Now weve developed a simple
Market Direction
method for trading market index ETFs based on the
Uptrend under pressure
market direction posted daily in the Market Pulse.
% Invested: 50%

HOW IT WORKS
Invest in a market index ETF (QQQ was used in the study) immediately
after a new uptrend is announced in Market Pulse and employ these
simple allocation rules:
Market direction
% invested
Confirmed uptrend
Uptrend under pressure
Market in correction

0%

HOW IT PERFORMS
The true value of the strategy is that you lower your risk by sitting out market corrections,
including major bear markets. Since 2005, IBDs ETF Market Strategy produced an
estimated cumulative return of 123%.

400

Nasdaq

137%
IBDs ETF Market Strategy
vs. the market
Cumulative return
October 20, 2005 - March 31, 2015

300

IBDs ETF Market Strategy

123%

200
S&P 500

76%

100
0
07

05

09

11

13

15

For complete details on IBDs ETF Market Strategy, go to:

Investors.com/ETFStrategy

12-Month Winners & Losers


TOP 10
ETF

BOTTOM 10
Symbol

12
RS mth
Rtg % chg ETF
94
89
89
90
85
86
84
94
94
84

64.3
60.4
47.7
47.0
34.7
32.0
30.0
29.5
29.2
28.8

Symbol

SPDR S&P Biotech


Dxt CSI 300
FrstTr NYSEArc Biotch
IS Nasdaq Biotech
PS Dyn Phara
IS Curr Hdg MSCI Japn
WT Jpn Total Div
VS Invrs VIX ShrtTrm
ProS Short VIX ST Fut
FrstTr Health Cre Alph

XBI
ASHR
FBT
IBB
PJP
HEWJ
DXJ
XIV
SVXY
FXH

15% R Acc 52-wk


Chg S Dis High Fund

Div Close Vol% 15% R Acc 52-wk


Symbol Yld PriceChgChg Chg S Dis High Fund

For Thursday, August 6, 2015. Ranked by Relative Strength

U.S. Stock/Broad Index


12.5 83 A- 25.6
7.0 76 D 114.4
6.5 74 D 159.7
3.6 73 D+ 42.3
5.4 73 B 103.5
5.4 73 B- 56.0
4.5 71 C 119.4
4.4 71 C 111.9
4.8 71 D 110.1
3.9 69 B- 100.5
0.6 69 C+ 38.9
4.5 69 D+ 44.1
1.7 67 B- 119.7
1.6 67 C+128.0
1.5 67 D- 95.0
1.4 67 D+215.2
2.8 67 B- 155.1
1.5 67 C 122.1
1.6 67 B- 52.0
1.6 67 E 51.2
2.0 67 C- 59.4
3.2 67 C 95.0
1.6 67 D- 98.3
3.2 67 D+132.7
1.5 67 D- 195.9
1.6 67 C+110.9
1.4 66 D- 213.8
2.7 66 C 282.4
-0.4 65 C 35.4
-0.7 64 E 24.7
0.9 64 D 129.1
1.3 64 D+176.5

FrstTr DorWri Focus 5 FV


PS QQQ
QQQ
IS Russell 2000 Grwth IWO
IS MSCI USA Min Volty USMV
IS Russell 1000 Grwth IWF
Schwab US LC Growth SCHG
IS S&P 500 Grwth
IVW
VG Growth
VUG
VG Mid-Cap Growth VOT
IS Russll MdCp Grwth IWP
PS S&P 500 Low Volty SPLV
Schwab US Mid Cap SCHM
IS Russell 1000 Idx
IWB
IS Russell 3000 Idx
IWV
IS S&P 100 Index
OEF
IS S&P 500 Index
IVV
IS S&P MdCp 400
IJH
IS S&P SmCp 600
IJR
Schwab US Broad Mkt SCHB
Schwab US Large Cap SCHX
Schwab US Small Cap SCHA
VG Extd Market
VXF
VG Large-Cap
VV
VG Mid-Cap
VO
VG S&P 500
VOO
VG Total Stock Mkt
VTI
SPDR S&P 500
SPY
SPDR S&P MC 400
MDY
PS S&P 500 Hi Div SPHD
FrstTr Value Line Div FVD
IS Russell 2000 Idx IWM
IS Russell MdCp Indx IWR

0.1 24.79-0.56 46
1.0 110.45-1.80 53
0.8 151.59-3.13 54
1.8 41.95-0.25 29
1.3 100.82-1.38 7
1.2 54.61-0.59 -17
1.4 116.66-1.34 -18
1.2 109.01-1.33 23
0.8 106.53-1.67 -32
0.9 96.90-1.48 -14
2.3 38.17-0.20 -24
1.3 42.53-0.46 -1
1.8 116.60-0.94 -16
1.7 124.22-1.06 -49
2.0 92.26-0.76 -20
2.0 209.69-1.70 -15
1.4 148.86-1.42 -27
1.3 115.74-0.99 -7
1.8 50.62-0.40 0
1.9 49.85-0.38 -26
1.3 56.24-0.70 -4
1.3 90.63-1.01 17
1.8 95.88-0.78 160
1.2 127.54-1.14 -23
2.0 191.17-1.47 -15
1.9 107.71-0.92 -22
1.9 208.35-1.72 -1
1.2 271.21-2.65 -19
3.4 32.72-0.07 -69
2.2 23.98-0.08 -36
1.4 120.67-1.67 38
1.4 169.29-1.43 -38

FrstTr ISE Rev NatGas


IP Crude Oil ETN
PS DB Oil
United States Oil LP
US Brent Oil
MV Jr Gold Mine
SPDR S&P Metal&Mng
ProS VIX ST Futures
IP VIX S ETN
GX FTSE Greece 20

-0.3
6.1
1.5
2.4
-0.2
-1.5
0.0
-0.9
-0.3
-2.1
-1.4
-1.9
-2.1
-2.1
-1.6
-0.3
-3.2
-3.7
-3.3
-4.2
-4.4
-3.5
-3.5
-8.6
-6.6
-7.4
-17.6

FCG
OIL
DBO
USO
BNO
GDXJ
XME
VIXY
VXX
GREK

12
RS mth
Rtg % chg
4
7
10
9
9
11
8
8
7
11

-67.1
-63.0
-59.7
-58.6
-58.6
-55.3
-52.5
-52.1
-52.0
-51.8

Div Close Vol%


Symbol Yld PriceChgChg

64 D- 50.3
64 D+ 12.4
64 E 94.0
64 C+125.5
61 D- 83.2
61 D+ 83.3
61 D+111.6
61 C- 86.8
58 D 47.6
57 D- 106.5
57 D 76.9
57 D+ 95.9
57 E 183.3
57 B 81.3
57 C- 70.7
54 B+ 26.4
51 D- 78.5
51 D- 40.8
50 E 24.5
50 C+ 81.5
50 D 105.4
44 C 72.3
44 C- 24.9
36 C 68.7
34 E 26.2
32 E 26.1
23 E 19.4

PS BuyBack Achievrs
PS Listed Priv Eq
VG Mid-Cap Value
VG Small-Cap
GH S&P 500 Eql Wght
VG Div Appr
VG Small-Cap Value
VG Value
FrstTr LC Core Alph
IS Russell 1000 Val
IS Russell MdCp Val
IS S&P 500 Value
SPDR Dow Jones
SPDR S&P Dividend
VG Hi Dividend Yld
ProS Short Dow 30
IS Core HiDiv
Schwab Divd Eqty
FrstTr Mstar Div Ldrs
IS DJ Select Divdnd
IS Russell 2000 Val
ProS Short Russ 2000
ProS Short S&P 500
ProS Short QQQ
GX SuperDividend
GH Multi-Asset
Alerian MLP

18.7 90 C+128.8
13.4 85 B- 83.3
3.3 75 B- 97.5
3.3 75 D+ 73.7
2.8 73 D- 69.1
0.3 71 D- 99.0
1.3 69 C+104.4

ProS UltPro QQQ


ProS Ultra QQQ
DX LC Bull 3X Shrs
ProS UltPro S&P 500
ProS Ultra S&P 500
DX SC Bull 3X Shrs
ProS Ultra Russ 2000

PKW
PSP
VOE
VB
RSP
VIG
VBR
VTV
FEX
IWD
IWS
IVE
DIA
SDY
VYM
DOG
HDV
SCHD
FDL
DVY
IWN
RWM
SH
PSQ
SDIV
CVY
AMLP

1.0 47.92-0.41 144


8.5 11.65-0.06 -68
1.6 90.80-0.34 70
1.4 119.42-1.31 32
1.6 79.91-0.54 -46
2.2 79.97-0.71 4
1.8 105.82-0.72 -31
2.4 83.74-0.35 -7
1.2 45.50-0.32 18
2.3 102.16-0.28 -20
1.9 72.74-0.11 -36
2.3 92.01-0.28 -34
2.2 174.22-1.14 15
2.4 77.16-0.43 -11
3.0 67.67-0.32 -9
.. 23.20 0.13 55
3.7 74.11-0.06 9
2.9 38.37-0.23 -13
3.6 23.17-0.02 42
3.2 76.10 0.00 -23
2.0 97.16-0.54 -16
.. 59.63 0.78 47
.. 21.02 0.16 -15
.. 54.39 0.82 31
6.7 21.55-0.12 -9
6.5 20.71-0.03 1
8.0 14.44-0.07 206

Leveraged
TQQQ
QLD
SPXL
UPRO
SSO
TNA
UWM

0.0 115.64-5.83 31
0.2 77.51-2.55 16
.. 90.58-2.15 -24
0.3 68.50-1.53 -6
0.5 65.94-1.05 -11
.. 81.21-3.31 22
0.2 91.59-2.52 -14

Continued from previous page


4 Wk Net
% Asset NAV
Chg Value Chg

$ 46.9 bil 8002251581


0 Diversifd Inc + 2 7.30 +.02
+18 GlbHlthCre + 6 66.68 +.60
+ 5 Growth Opp + 5 23.11 +.17
+ 5 MltCpGrw + 4 71.70 +.51
+ 4 Voyager
+ 4 28.53 +.18
Putnam Y
$ 48.4 bil 8002251581
+ 2 Equity Inc + 2 21.32n +.05
+19 GlbHlthCre + 6 82.01n +.74
1 Growth & Inc + 1 21.44n +.00
+ 5 Growth Opp + 5 26.15n +.19
+ 2 Investors
+ 2 22.76n +.09
+ 4 Mlt Cap Val + 2 20.01n +.00
+ 5 MltCpGrw + 4 84.92n +.61
+ 4 Research
+ 3 26.81n +.07
+ 4 Voyager
+ 5 33.24n +.21
Ridgeworth
$ 23.4 bil 8779847321
+12 Large Gr A + 5 9.23 +.08
+12 Large Gr I
+ 5 10.89n +.09
Royce Funds
$ 31.1 bil 8002214268
+11 ValuePlsSer + 4 15.78n +.04
RS Funds
$ 12.8 bil 8007663863
+ 6 Growth
+ 3 19.04 +.13
+ 3 LrgCpAlpha + 3 60.92 +.18
+15 SmCapGrA + 4 75.50 +.46
+ 2 Value
+ 1 33.64 +.20
Russell Funds A
$ 20.5 bil 8007877354
+ 1 Strat Bd
0 11.03 +.00
Russell Funds C
$ 25.3 bil 8007877354
0 Strat Bd
0 11.02n +.00
Russell Funds E
$ 25.3 bil 8007877354
0 Strat Bd
0 10.94n +.00
Russell Funds I
$ 17.2 bil 8007877354
+ 1 StratBd
0 10.91n +.00
Russell Funds S
$ 30.4 bil 8007877354

2015
%
Chg Fund

4 Wk Net
% Asset NAV
Chg Value Chg

+ 1 Strat Bd
0 11.06n +.00
Russell Instl I
$ 702 mil 8007877354
+ 3 USDynEqt + 2 11.57n +.00
Rydex Advisor
$ 2.8 bil 8008200888
+28 Biotech
+ 7 96.09n +.74
+17 Health Care + 4 34.83n +.25
+ 8 Ndq100
+ 6 24.45n +.19
Rydex Dynamic
$ 1.4 bil 8008200888
+17 Ndq1002xStH +12 413.90n
+6.39

+16 Ndq2xStrC

+12

353.12n

+5.44

Rydex Investor
$ 3.6 bil 8008200888
+28 Biotech
+ 7 105.53n
+.81
+18 Health Care + 4 38.22n +.27
+ 4 Nova
+ 4 50.76n +.28

STU
Schwab Funds
$ 60.6 bil 8004354000
+ 1 FmdUS Sm I 0 13.21n +.03
+18 Health Care + 6 29.47n +.16
+ 3 S&P500 Slct + 3 33.16n +.11
+ 4 Sm Eq Sel + 1 22.03n +.10
Scout Funds
$ 8.7 bil 8009962862
+ 8 Small Cap + 4 27.12n +.25
SEI Portfolios
$ 32.1 bil 8003425734
+ 4 MidCapGr A + 2 27.32n +.17
+ 9 Sm Cp Gr A + 2 30.64n +.24
Sequoia Fund
$ 8.6 bil 8006866884
+18 Sequoia
+ 8 275.02n
+1.52

SmeadCapMan
$ 3.4 bil 8778074122
+8
GrstnFshrMFGrEqt + 5
18.67n
+.15
+ 6 SmeadValInstl + 442.05
n .02

2015
%
Chg Fund

4 Wk Net
% Asset NAV
Chg Value Chg

+ 6 SmeadValInv + 4 41.99n .02


+ 1 SoundShore + 2 49.04n +.10
Sterling Capital
$ 2.3 bil 7043728670
+ 3 MdCpValInst 0 19.88n +.03
SunAmer Foc
$ 28.9 bil 8008588850
+ 3 Div Strat B + 2 17.38n +.12
+ 3 Div Strat C + 2 17.37n +.12
+ 3 DivStratA + 2 17.50 +.13
TCM Funds
$ 301 mil 8005363230
+11 TCMSmGr + 2 35.25n +.16
TCW Funds
$ 19.4 bil 8003863829
+13 Select Eq N + 9 28.18n +.21
+14 SelectEqI
+ 9 29.92n +.22
Thornburg A
$ 44.4 bil 8008470200
+ 5 Core Growth + 2 28.75 .02
+ 4 Income Bldr + 3 21.37 +.05
+15 Intl Value + 5 30.69 +.07
0 Ltd Mun Nat 0 14.46 .01
+ 9 Value
+ 4 54.53 +.38
Thornburg C
$ 43.1 bil 8008470200
+ 4 Income Bldr + 3 21.36n +.05
+14 Intl Value + 5 28.38n +.06
0 Ltd Trm Mun 0 14.49n .01
+ 8 Value
+ 4 50.66n +.35
Thornburg I
$ 22.5 bil 8008470200
+15 Intl Value + 5 31.36n +.08
0 Ltd Trm Mun 0 14.46n .01
+ 9 Value
+ 4 56.00n +.39
Thrivent Funds A
$ 10.2 bil 8008474836
+10 Lrg Cap Gr + 6 8.98 +.04
Thrivent Funds Instl
$ 4.5 bil 8008474836
+ 2 Mid Cap Stk + 2 23.69n +.12
TIAACREF FUNDS
$ 50.8 bil 8008422776
+ 3 Equity Idx + 2 16.05n +.06

2015
%
Chg Fund

71.7
77.1
28.0
30.2
54.4
28.7
56.7
30.8
50.3
19.6
52.7
46.3

30.5 94 D- 273.3
22.0 90 C- 400.8
19.3 89 C+132.2
17.9 85 B+ 73.8
19.7 85 C+ 84.0
13.5 84 B+ 70.7
12.7 82 C 146.0
11.4 81 B- 165.0
12.2 81 B 33.9
10.3 80 D- 77.4
8.6 79 D 80.6
8.0 79 D+ 37.3
7.7 79 C 45.6
7.8 79 B 37.8
7.5 78 B+ 46.1
5.8 78 C 28.8
4.5 73 A 24.6
2.7 73 B 94.2
6.1 73 B 44.6
4.0 73 C- 50.9
2.5 73 B- 52.0
1.7 72 C+ 25.6
2.0 71 B+ 37.9
1.1 71 C+102.5
2.6 69 D- 111.7
0.9 67 D- 110.8
1.8 66 D+ 43.8
7.0 65 C+ 24.8
-1.6 62 B- 43.0
-0.9 61 E 37.5
-1.6 61 B+107.4
-2.0 57 B+100.1
-3.0 54 C 24.5
-0.5 54 B- 51.8
-3.1 54 B- 89.3
-3.1 53 C+ 83.5
-7.1 53 B- 49.8
2.1 51 C 45.4
-7.8 50 B- 124.6
-4.6 50 D 58.2
-7.9 50 B 107.8
2.7 48 B- 60.0
-8.1 47 C- 25.8
-8.5 47 C 167.8
-1.4 46 D- 31.8
-6.0 46 C- 60.1
-7.6 44 E 101.8
-6.4 42 D- 28.6
-5.6 35 D 52.2
-8.6 32 E 12.9
-15.1 29 E 28.6
-0.6 24 D- 50.0
-11.0 23 D- 37.4
-14.9 20 E 28.8
-14.4 20 D- 56.2
-13.0 20 E 47.6
-13.7 20 E 98.9
-13.8 20 E 142.3
-14.7 19 E 49.3
-12.1 17 C- 55.4
-24.3 16 C+ 46.4
-24.0 15 E 54.1
-19.4 13 E 29.0
-20.7 11 D- 43.4
-22.0 11 D+ 45.8
-19.8 11 C- 79.1
-27.3 9 E 27.6
-23.0 9 E 42.7
-34.9 8 E 44.2
-29.7 8 D- 25.9
-40.3 4 E 21.2

ProS Ultra Dow 30


DDM
ProS UltPro Dow30 UDOW
ProS UltSht Dow 30 DXD
ProS UltP Shrt Dow 30 SDOW
ProS UltSht Russ 2000 TWM
ProS UltSht S&P 500 SDS
ProS UltPro Sht SP500 SPXU
DX Bear 3X Shrs
SPXS
ProS UltP Shrt R 2000 SRTY
DX SC Bear 3X Shrs
TZA
ProS UltSht QQQ
QID
ProS UltPro Shrt QQQ SQQQ

1.1
0.4
..
..
..
..
..
..
..
..
..
..

64.74-0.82 6
66.05-1.24 -1
21.52 0.26 -32
19.97 0.36 -9
36.67 0.93 44
20.46 0.31 7
33.66 0.74 15
18.07 0.40 2
27.04 1.01 -20
10.44 0.40 -7
32.83 1.01 3
22.30 0.99 15

4 Wk Net
% Asset NAV
Chg Value Chg

+ 7 Growth&Inc + 4 12.86n +.03


+ 7 MdCpGrwPrm + 3 22.60n +.20
+ 6 SmlCapEqPrm + 2 18.18n +.07
TIAACREF Instl Retirement
$ 71.1 bil 8002231200
+ 3 Equity Idx + 2 16.26n +.05
+ 7 Growth&Inc + 4 13.04n +.03
+ 7 LrgCpGrIdx + 4 22.54n +.09
+ 7 MidCapGrow + 3 22.18n +.19
+ 6 SmlCapEqty + 2 17.89n +.07
TIAACREF Instl Funds
$ 65.1 bil 8008422776
+ 8 LgCpGrowIdx + 4 22.40n +.09
+ 6 SmlCapEqty + 2 18.27n +.07
TIAACREF Instl Funds Reta
$ 43.9 bil 8002231200
+ 3 EquityIndex + 2 16.30n +.05
+ 6 SmlCapEqty + 2 17.74n +.07
Touchstone
$ 26.3 bil 8005430407
+ 7 MidCapGrA + 4 27.16 +.15
+ 4 SandCpInsGr + 5 23.09n +.19
+ 4 SandSelGrZ + 5 18.61n +.15
+ 4 SandsSelGrY + 5 19.15n +.17
+15 SMallGRW + 5 6.73n .01
Transamerica Partners
$ 2.3 bil 8007555801
+11 Lg Growth + 6 31.14n +.23
+ 3 Lg Value
+ 1 27.96n +.09
Transamerica Partners Instl
$ 3.8 bil 8007555801
+ 3 Mid Value + 1 19.65n +.04
Tweedy Browne
$ 19.7 bil 8004324789
+ 4 GlblVal
+ 3 27.05n +.09
+ 2 GlblValIICU + 3 14.14n +.00
UAM Funds
$ 267 mil 8778265465
+ 9 USSmlGrY + 1 24.59n +.11
UBS Investment Fds
$ 3.6 bil 8007947753
+ 8 US SmlGr A + 1 23.11 +.11
UBS Pace Y
$ 1.4 bil 8006471568

SPDR S&P Biotech


XBI 0.7 243.28 -13.00 103
IS Nasdaq Biotech
IBB 0.0 370.08 -16.64 79
FrstTr NYSEArc Biotch FBT 0.1 121.75-5.38 46
FrstTr DJ Internet
FDN .. 72.28-0.95 14
PS Dyn Phara
PJP 0.4 79.65-2.25 19
FrstTr Health Cre Alph FXH .. 68.45-1.50 -32
VG Health Care
VHT 0.9 141.59-3.27 10
IS US Healthcare
IYH 0.9 160.62-3.58 25
PureFnds ISE CybSec HACK .. 29.72-0.83 -7
SPDR Health Care
XLV 1.3 75.45-1.68 75
SPDR Cnsmr Discrtnry XLY 1.3 78.34-1.08 56
SPDR KBW Bank
KBE 1.5 36.23-0.22 -46
SPDR KBW Regnl Bnk KRE 1.6 43.83-0.26 -18
SPDR S&P Homebldrs XHB 0.5 36.77-0.25 -38
FrstTr ConsmrSpl Alph FXG 1.5 45.77-0.25 -3
IS DJ US Home Const ITB 0.3 27.39-0.18 29
FrstTr Financial Alpha FXO 1.2 24.32-0.17 -23
IS DJ US Finl Indx
IYF 1.4 92.62-0.37 -34
PS DWA Tech Leadrs PDP 0.4 43.55-0.75 -3
SPDR Consmr Stpls XLP 2.4 50.44-0.38 8
VG Financials
VFH 1.7 50.97-0.20 -20
SPDR Financial
XLF 1.7 25.15-0.09 -38
FrstTr CnsmrDisc Alph FXD 0.7 36.53-0.67 -27
SPDR S&P Retail
XRT 1.0 97.04-1.95 32
VG Info Tech
VGT 1.1 107.24-1.13 -1
IS DJ US Tech Indx
IYW 1.1 105.30-1.10 -40
SPDR Technology
XLK 1.8 42.09-0.42 -21
IS MSCI Europe Fncl EUFN 3.1 23.56 0.04 -77
Schwab US REIT
SCHH 2.3 38.34 0.09 27
FrstTr Tech Alphdx
FXL 0.6 34.21-0.79 -66
IS Cohen&Steers
ICF 3.2 95.26 0.32 43
SPDR DJ Wil REIT
RWR 3.2 89.04 0.18 24
FrstTr S&P REIT Indx FRI 2.5 21.61 0.02 -55
SPDR DJ Glbl Real Est RWO 2.8 47.47-0.14 -29
VG REIT
VNQ 3.9 78.50 0.11 -16
IS DJ US Real Est
IYR 3.7 74.49 0.00 32
SPDR Utilities
XLU 3.5 43.85 0.23 41
SPDR DJ Wil Intl RE RWX 3.0 42.44-0.05 234
IS US Utilities
IDU 3.4 109.05 0.39 18
SPDR Industrial
XLI 2.1 53.95-0.28 -36
VG Utilities
VPU 3.5 94.23 0.21 48
VG Glbl X-US Real Est VNQI 4.1 54.94-0.43 -43
FrstTr Utilities Alpha FXU 3.6 22.87 0.05 -72
IS DJ Transprtn Idx
IYT 1.0 150.20-1.14 -31
IS DJ US Telecom
IYZ 2.4 28.87-0.14 -44
MV Semiconductors SMH 1.2 51.37-0.60 3
IS Phlx Sox Smcdct SOXX 1.8 85.82-1.56 80
FrstTr Nasdq TechDiv TDIV 2.5 25.91-0.11 -36
SPDR Materials
XLB 2.1 45.86-0.16 33
IS FTSE Nareit Mort REM14.1 10.70-0.04 -61
FirstTr NAm EngyInf EMLP 3.7 23.90 0.02 -12
GH Solar
TAN 1.9 33.91-1.68 144
Flx Glb Upstr NatRes GUNR 3.1 27.24 0.06 -43
Fidelity MSCI Enrgy FENY 2.6 19.43 0.35 -10
IS DJ US Energy Idx
IYE 2.8 38.37 0.68 69
IS S&P Glb Energy
IXC 3.2 32.37 0.33 87
SPDR Energy
XLE 2.9 68.28 1.10 79
VG Energy
VDE 2.3 96.25 1.71 128
IS S&P NAm Nat Res IGE 2.2 32.69 0.56 201
HT Oil Service
OIH 2.7 31.59 1.08 55
UBS Etrc Alrn MLP Infr MLPI 6.1 30.74-0.34 291
JPMorgan Alerian ETN AMJ 6.7 34.94-0.21 143
FrstTr Energy Alphdx FXN 2.3 16.87 0.61 -34
MV Jr Gold Mine
GDXJ 0.9 18.97 0.49 -9
SPDR S&P O&G Equip XES 2.2 21.99 1.00 66
SPDR S&P O&G Expl XOP 1.9 38.37 1.62 69
MV Gold Miners
GDX 0.9 13.36 0.27 61
US Brent Oil
BNO .. 17.49-0.07 -18
SPDR S&P Metal&Mng XME 2.9 20.10 0.38 56
Sprott Gold Miners SGDM 0.3 12.35 0.33 -51
FrstTr ISE Rev NatGas FCG 3.0 6.69 0.33 33

Leveraged
48.9 99 B 51.5
29.1 97 B 28.7
-6.4 97 B 39.6
43.9 96 C+106.1
22.7 96 B 67.9
7.7 88 B 35.7
5.9 54 B+114.6
-2.0 47 C 66.4
-17.5 17 B 19.9
-39.3 10 B 75.1
-27.5 9 D- 87.0
-38.8 5 E 123.7
-71.9 1 E 51.2
-67.1 1 E 273.4
-84.2 1 E 400.0
2015
%
Chg Fund

MUTUAL FUND PERFORMANCE


2015
%
Chg Fund

57 C
54 D+
47 D
42 B+
36 B36 B29 A28 B28 C
26 B
24 B+
16 D

Sector/Industry

100%
50%
0%

Optional stop loss: Nasdaq falls 2.6% below


closing value of uptrends first day

-3.8
-6.6
-1.1
-2.9
-7.4
-7.2
-11.5
-12.3
-12.5
-13.0
-16.8
-25.3

DX GldMnrs Bear 3X DUST


DX Energy Bear 3X
ERY
DX JrGldMnrs Br 3X JDST
ProS Ult Ndsq Biotech BIB
ProS UltSht Oil & Gas DUG
DX Finl Bull 3X
FAS
DX Semicon Bear 3X SOXS
ProS UltSht Real Est SRS
DX Finl Bear 3X
FAZ
ProS UltSht Nsdq Biot BIS
ProS Ultra Oil & Gas DIG
DX Energy Bull 3X
ERX
DX Gld Mnr Bull 2X NUGT
DX JrGldMnrs Bul 3X JNUG
DX NatGas Bull 3X GASL

4 Wk Net
% Asset NAV
Chg Value Chg

+ 8 Lrg Co Gr
+ 5 27.23n +.25
Undiscovered Mgrs
$ 5.7 bil 8882423514
+ 5 BehaveVal A 0 56.89 .11
+ 5 BehaveVal I 0 58.13n .11
USAA Group
$ 72.0 bil 8005318722
+ 4 Extn Mkt Idx + 1 18.75n +.06
+ 7 Growth
+ 6 26.06n +.19
+ 9 NASDAQ 100 + 6 13.33n +.11
+13 Sci & Tech + 6 23.08n +.16

VWX
Value Line
$ 2.0 bil 8002230818
+ 6 EmergOpps + 3 49.92n +.24
+ 1 ValueTrC + 3 66.49n +.04
Vanguard Admiral
$ 1278 bil 8009972798
+ 3 500 Index
+ 3 194.05n
+.68
+ 2 Balance Idx + 1 30.04n +.04
+ 1 CAIntmTxEx 0 11.70n .01
+ 5 Cap Opps r + 3 128.15n
+.57
+10 CoDilxAd r + 4 66.30n .47
4 EmgMkSt r
0 31.65n +.09
12 Energy r
6 88.25n .29
+ 1 Equity Inc + 2 65.24n +.31
+ 7 EuroStkIdx r + 7 69.58n +.49
+ 5 Explorer
+ 2 91.12n +.40
+ 4 Ext Mkt Idx + 1 69.52n +.22
+ 4 Fin Indx r
+ 4 25.64n +.05
0 GNMA
0 10.68n .02
+ 6 Growth Idx + 4 56.76n +.15
+ 2 HiYld Corp r 0 5.90n +.00
+ 1 HiYldTxEx
0 11.13n .01
+15 Hlth Care r + 4 102.67n
+.88
+15 HlthcareIdx r + 5 72.45n +.56
0 InflProSecs 1 25.75n .10
+ 6 Intl Growth r + 4 72.53n +.46
0 Intmd Tax Ex 0 14.09n .02
+ 1 IntmdInvGrd 1 9.72n .02
+ 3 LargeCapIdx + 3 48.80n +.17
3 LgInvGdAdmr 0 10.12n .06
+ 1 LT Tax Ex
0 11.58n .01
0 LtdTrm TxEx 0 10.99n .01

FRIDAY, AUGUST 7, 2015

Div Close Vol% 15% R Acc 52-wk


Symbol Yld PriceChgChg Chg S Dis High Fund

2015
%
Chg Fund

..
..
0.0
..
..
..
..
..
..
..
1.5
..
..
0.0
..

36.72-2.57 -25
27.11-1.41 62
14.70-1.20 1
90.27-8.20 70
65.43-2.47 65
34.23-0.52 -22
56.74 2.85 -3
49.90-0.08 -20
10.45 0.14 -24
27.92 2.15 11
39.17 1.39 159
37.02 1.77 86
3.14 0.21 92
8.02 0.56 132
6.74 0.91 115

4 Wk Net
% Asset NAV
Chg Value Chg

+ 4 Mid Cap Idx + 2 159.36n


+.54
+10 Morgan Gr + 5 86.16n +.61
+ 3 Primecap r + 3 109.93n
+.82
3 REIT Idx r
+ 1 111.03n
.75
0 Sh Tm TxEx
0 15.81n +.00
+ 1 ShrtInvAdmr 0 10.64n .01
+ 1 ShTrmBdIdx 0 10.49n .01
+ 4 Small Idx
+ 1 57.82n +.15
+ 7 SmGthAdml + 2 47.22n +.12
+ 1 ST Treas
0 10.71n +.00
0 Tot Bd Idx
0 10.74n .02
+ 3 TtlStMktIdx + 2 52.87n +.19
+ 8 TxMgIntAd r + 5 12.96n +.06
+ 3 TxMgSCAd r + 1 47.30n +.21
+11 US Growth + 5 85.95n +.68
+ 1 Value Idx
+ 2 32.81n +.15
+ 1 Wellesley Inc + 1 61.47n +.02
+ 2 Wellington + 2 68.05n +.05
+ 3 Windsor
+ 2 73.67n +.36
+ 2 WindsorII + 2 66.56n +.25
Vanguard Index
$ 1007 bil 8006627447
+ 3 500
+ 3 194.03n
+.68
+ 2 Balanced
+ 1 30.04n +.04
4 EmgMkSt r
0 24.10n +.07
4 EmgMkStIsPl r
080.08
n +.23
+ 8 EuroStkIdx r + 7 29.88n +.21
+ 4 Extnd Mkt + 1 69.50n +.22
+ 5 FTSESocIndx + 3 13.86n +.05
+ 5 FTSEWlIdInv r + 4 19.08n +.08
+ 4 FTSEWlIdIsP r + 4 100.92n
+.43
+ 6 Growth
+ 4 56.76n +.15
0 HighDivYldI + 1 26.91n +.10
+ 4 InfoTechAdm r + 455.50
n +.57
+ 1 Int Bd
1 11.37n .03
+ 1 IntBdAdm 1 11.37n .03
+ 1 IntBdInst
1 11.37n .03
+ 3 LargeCapInv + 3 39.03n +.14
3 LT Bd
0 13.55n .08
3 LT Bd Inst
0 13.55n .08
+ 4 MdCpIdxIsPl + 2 173.65n
+.60

Div Close Vol% 15% R Acc 52-wk


Symbol Yld PriceChgChg Chg S Dis High Fund

Global
6.6 89 D16.7 84 B4.3 82 A+
17.3 79 B15.7 78 C+
11.7 76 B11.1 76 B14.3 75 C13.3 75 B14.8 74 D+
13.7 73 C+
.. 72 D+
10.3 71 B
14.1 71 B9.9 69 A10.1 69 C+
8.6 68 C+
12.6 68 B
4.1 68 B
10.2 66 C2.5 65 B3.3 65 D7.6 64 B6.4 64 B7.1 62 C
6.4 61 C+
4.0 61 D6.0 61 B
6.1 61 B
0.6 61 C5.3 60 D5.8 59 B6.2 58 E
6.1 58 D2.0 58 B5.6 57 D
1.8 54 C5.9 54 B
4.0 50 C+
6.5 50 C3.1 50 C0.2 48 B
3.1 48 D+
2.0 47 C+
2.8 47 C-1.1 43 B
-0.1 43 C
-7.7 40 B-2.4 36 D
-3.6 36 D
-1.9 36 C+
-5.3 35 D-3.2 34 D+
-5.8 32 C-4.5 32 D-6.1 32 C-4.5 32 D-6.0 32 D-6.6 32 C-4.5 30 B-9.7 30 E
-6.1 30 C+
-6.3 29 D+
-5.6 29 E
-7.4 27 E
-12.0 27 E
-7.6 27 C-4.7 26 D-12.4 26 E
-17.9 25 D+
-12.0 25 D-8.1 25 D+
-11.3 24 E
-9.8 24 D10.5 24 C-22.9 24 C12.6 24 D
-9.2 24 D-7.4 24 E
-9.5 23 D+
-14.8 20 D-17.0 17 E
-25.6 12 E
-28.7 11 C-

55.2
60.6
28.2
68.7
45.0
18.5
27.4
32.6
28.5
13.3
61.9
27.2
31.4
16.5
69.6
54.0
30.4
29.8
33.6
28.0
33.5
74.4
40.7
36.2
62.6
68.5
23.7
41.8
58.5
24.4
30.8
21.0
32.7
42.5
64.6
47.6
63.1
65.5
57.6
24.6
20.6
43.1
54.6
48.3
52.7
41.7
35.2
23.8
28.9
52.9
64.6
25.8
63.7
39.0
69.9
73.1
73.1
17.1
19.8
51.9
14.1
46.5
54.9
28.1
27.5
33.1
45.9
26.4
24.1
29.5
85.9
50.7
44.8
29.5
19.6
59.2
25.5
23.4
54.1
67.0
16.3
43.4
54.6
21.6

Dxt CSI 300


ASHR 0.3
WT Jpn Total Div
DXJ 1.2
ProS Short MSCI Emrg EUM ..
WT Europe Hdg Eq HEDJ 2.3
Dxt MSCI Japan Hedg DBJP11.2
IS MSCI Belgium
EWK 1.5
IS MSCI Netherlands EWN 1.5
WT Germany Hdg
DXGE 2.4
WT Intl Hedg Div
IHDG 1.8
IS MSCI Japan
EWJ 1.0
WT Euro SC Div
DFE 2.6
WT Europe Hdg SC EUSC 6.6
Dxt MSCI EAFE Hedg DBEF 6.0
IS MSCI Italy
EWI 2.4
IS MSCI EAFE Min Vol EFAV 2.6
IS MSCI Eafe Sml Cp SCZ 2.4
Dxt MSCI Eurp Hedg DBEU 7.4
Dxt MSCI Germny Hdg DBGR12.8
IS MSCI India
INDA 0.8
IS MSCI France
EWQ 2.5
IS India 50
INDY 0.5
IS MSCI ACWI MinVol ACWV 2.1
IS MSCI Emu Indx
EZU 2.4
IS MSCI Switzerland EWL 2.4
IS Core MSCI EAFE
IEFA 2.6
IS MSCI Eafe Idx
EFA 2.6
PS India
PIN 0.8
SPDR Euro Stoxx 50
FEZ 3.1
VG MSCI Europn
VGK 3.1
WT India Earn
EPI 0.7
IS MSCI Germany
EWG 1.7
FrstTr DorWr Intl Foc 5 IFV 0.3
Schwab Intl Equity SCHF 2.7
VG MSCI Eafe
VEA 2.8
VG Total World Stock VT 2.3
IS S&P Europe 350
IEV 2.6
IS MSCI ACWI
ACWI 2.0
VG MSCI Pacifc
VPL 2.5
IS MSCI EAFE Value EFV 3.5
IS MSCI Hong Kong EWH 2.2
IS MSCI Untd Kingdm EWU 3.7
IS MSCI Philippines EPHE 0.8
VG Total Intl Stk
VXUS 2.7
IS MSCI ACWI Ex US ACWX 2.6
VG Fts Wrd X-US
VEU 2.8
IS MSCI Spain
EWP 4.7
IS MSCI Sweden
EWD 4.4
MV Vietnam
VNM 2.9
EGShrs EM Consmr ECON 0.8
IS Ftse China 25
FXI 1.9
IS MCSI China
MCHI 2.1
Dxt MSCI SKorea Hdg DBKO ..
IS MSCI EM Min Vol EEMV 2.6
IS DJ Intl Selct Divnd IDV 4.4
IS MSCI Asia Ex Jpn AAXJ 1.7
IS MSCI Mexico
EWW 1.6
IS MSCI So Africa
EZA 2.2
IS MSCI Taiwan
EWT 2.0
PS Intl Div Achvr
PID 3.4
IS MSCI Pac Ex-Japn EPP 5.0
IS MSCI Singapore
EWS 3.6
VG MSCI Em Mkt
VWO 2.8
IS Core MSCI EM
IEMG 2.4
Schwab Emerg Mkt SCHE 3.0
IS MSCI Australia
EWA 5.9
IS MSCI Canada
EWC 2.3
IS MSCI Emrg Mkts EEM 2.3
FrstTr Emrg Mkt Alph FEM 2.9
MV Emrg Mkts Bnd EMLC 6.1
IS MSCI Indonesia
EIDO 1.7
IS MSCI Thailand In THD 3.0
SPDR S&P Intl Div
DWX 5.3
IS MSCI Chile Index ECH 1.8
IS MSCI Poland
EPOL 3.6
IS MSCI Russia Cap ERUS 5.1
IS MSCI Turkey Inve TUR 2.6
MV Russia
RSX 4.0
PS FTSE RAFI EM
PXH 2.9
WT Emg Mk Hi Yld
DEM 5.3
IS MSCI South Korea EWY 1.3
IS MSCI Malaysia
EWM 3.4
IS S&P Latin Am 40
ILF 2.5
IS MSCI Brazil
EWZ 3.7
GX FTSE Greece 20 GREK 1.4

39.65-0.59 -55
57.46-0.18 -23
27.45 0.21 41
65.22-0.04 -38
42.84-0.20 -53
18.10 0.07 -79
26.57 0.01 8
29.86-0.03 -74
27.59-0.17 -80
12.90-0.04 -35
58.50-0.03 -69
26.48 0.00 -65
29.79-0.11 16
15.52 0.01 -68
67.78-0.33 -8
51.41-0.27 -2
28.29-0.01 -47
26.43-0.05 -89
31.17-0.22 -52
27.17 0.10 -47
30.64-0.15 -6
71.08-0.44 -79
39.10 0.09 -71
33.71-0.26 -22
59.25-0.26 -44
64.73-0.27 -34
21.83-0.19 -22
39.07 0.08 -60
55.60-0.10 0
22.19-0.10 12
28.85 0.01 -70
19.25-0.09 -15
30.69-0.15 -32
40.18-0.18 -35
61.34-0.39 -14
44.93-0.05 -58
59.54-0.40 10
60.21-0.50 -15
53.06-0.15 -59
21.87-0.23 -12
18.59-0.05 -60
38.26-0.58 144
49.84-0.26 -57
43.90-0.17 39
48.17-0.22 -35
34.24 0.06 -27
31.63-0.13 -69
17.74-0.26 -42
24.74-0.19 -60
40.11-0.34 -43
49.30-0.56 -17
21.96-0.47 -71
54.79-0.38 93
31.75-0.31 -23
58.19-0.63 -8
55.78 0.08 -22
61.90 0.30 -18
14.21-0.26 37
16.36 0.06 -13
41.99-0.80 -43
11.81-0.03 -8
37.58-0.27 0
44.09-0.34 16
22.56-0.19 -16
20.52-0.52 5
25.39-0.02 24
36.32-0.32 -16
20.55-0.20 -73
18.54-0.06 -25
22.52-0.21 -36
68.19-0.25 -24
38.61-0.08 -48
35.38 0.05 -69
21.71-0.49 49
12.68-0.08 -77
41.88 0.62 -35
16.47-0.11 -4
16.91-0.20 43
39.03-0.36 -3
50.03-0.55 -29
11.49-0.29 134
26.39-0.11 17
27.21-0.56 50
9.55 0.23 -59

Leveraged
7.9
-19.6
-63.2
-23.0
-24.8
3.9
-63.8

94 B 46.2
71 A- 188.4
62 A- 258.8
11 D+ 68.5
9 D- 36.4
4 D- 105.6
2 E 345.7

DX Emg Mkt Bear 3X EDZ


DX FTSE China Bear 3X YANG
DX Russia Bear 3X RUSS
DX FTSE China Bul 3X YINN
DX Emg Mkt Bull 3X EDC
DX Russia Bull 3X
RUSL
DX Brazil Bull 3X
BRZU

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

40.46 0.96 -23


91.54 2.25 -54
41.32 0.75 -30
27.55-0.72 -24
17.24-0.46 -27
17.19-0.30 -9
31.85-2.01 61

Bond/Income
0.2 62 D 26.0 IS Core US Trsy

GOVT 1.2 25.21 0.07 -53

0.1 62 D+ 54.9
-0.3 62 D+ 54.3
0.4 61 B- 85.4
-2.5 61 C 138.5
0.6 61 D 125.2
0.0 61 C 110.3
0.7 61 D+ 18.7
-2.0 61 B+ 13.8
0.1 61 B 14.9
.. 60 E 51.5
0.1 59 B- 60.3
-0.9 59 D- 53.4
0.5 58 D- 26.9
0.5 58 C+ 31.0
0.1 58 C 50.8
-1.3 58 C- 112.2
-1.4 58 B- 24.4
0.0 58 C+101.5
-0.1 58 D+ 45.8
-0.2 58 B- 30.8
0.0 58 B 24.5
-1.2 58 C- 24.7
-0.4 58 D- 80.9
-0.2 57 C 105.8
0.0 57 C+110.6
-0.3 57 C+110.6
-0.3 57 B+ 40.2
0.1 57 B- 81.0
-0.3 55 E 110.7
0.4 55 D 50.1
-1.0 54 C- 112.5
-1.0 54 D- 111.6
-0.2 54 C- 116.3
-0.8 54 B 87.3
-1.1 54 C+ 84.3
-2.1 51 D- 31.7
-1.7 51 D 24.8
0.9 51 C+ 51.3
-1.7 51 B 88.7
-1.0 48 D+ 28.6
-3.3 47 D 123.9
-1.2 47 D+116.0
-2.1 47 B- 29.5
-1.9 47 D+ 19.5
-3.9 45 E 15.1
-2.7 45 D+ 30.6
-2.9 44 D 95.0
-2.4 44 D+106.1
-6.2 44 D+ 97.7
-2.8 42 E 41.5
-7.2 38 D- 61.6
-7.7 36 E 22.4

A13

Div Close Vol%


Symbol Yld PriceChgChg

VG Mrtg Backed Sec VMBS


VG Totl Intl Bond
BNDX
IS Brcly 1-3 Yr Trsy
SHY
IS Brcly 20+ Yr Trsy
TLT
IS Brcly 3-7 Yr Trsy
IEI
IS Brcly Shrt Trsy
SHV
PS Financial Prfd
PGF
PS Hi Yld Eq Div
PEY
PS Preferred
PGX
SPDR DL Totl Rtn Tact TOTL
FrstTr Enh Shrt Matur FTSM
Schwab US Aggr Bnd SCHZ
GH BltShr 2015 HiYld BSJF
IQ Hdg MultStrat Trckr QAI
IS Fltng Rate Bond FLOT
IS S&P Natl Muni
MUB
MV Intmd Muni
ITM
Pimco Enhn ShrtMat MINT
SPDR Brcly 1-3MoTbill BIL
SPDR Brcly St Crd Bnd SCPB
SPDR Nuv Brcly ST Bn SHM
SPDR NV Brcly Muni TFI
VG St Corp Bond
VCSH
IS Brcly 1-3 Yr Cr
CSJ
IS Brcly 7-10 Yr Trs
IEF
IS Brcly MBS Fixed MBB
IS S&P US Pfd Stk
PFF
VG Short-Term Bond BSV
Pimco TotlRtn Active BOND
VB Shrt Trm Infl-Protc VTIP
IS Brcly Agg Bd Fd
AGG
IS Brcly Intmd CrpBnd CIU
IS Brcly TIPS
TIP
VG Intrmed-Term Bd BIV
VG Total Bond Mkt
BND
MV Hi Yield Muni
HYD
PS Senior Loan
BKLN
SPDR Brcly Conv Sec CWB
VG Intmd Corp Bond VCIT
ProS Short 20+ Yr Trs TBF
IS Iboxx $ Invgrdcp LQD
IS JPM USD Emg Mkts EMB
PS Emrg Mkt Sovgn PCY
PS High Yld Corp
PHB
GX SuperDiv Preferd SPFF
SPDR Brcly St HY Bnd SJNK
IS Iboxx Hi Yd C Bd
HYG
Pimco 0-5Yr HiYld Crp HYS
VG LngTrm Corp Bond VCLT
SPDR Brcly HiYld Bnd JNK
SPDR Brcly Intl Treas BWX
MultAsset Div Income MDIV

1.5 53.08 0.15 -24


1.5 52.97 0.24 -61
0.5 84.75 0.02 -41
2.6 122.73 1.08 -36
1.3 123.09 0.18 -65
0.0 110.28 0.00 13
5.8 18.39-0.01 49
3.3 13.23-0.02 -31
5.9 14.72 0.00 -4
2.7 49.53 0.07 148
0.4 59.92-0.02 -96
2.1 51.87 0.06 113
3.2 25.99 0.00 -9
1.3 29.53-0.01 31
0.5 50.59 0.00 -82
2.6 108.87 0.05 -25
2.4 23.33 0.02 -23
0.7 101.09 0.01 -59
.. 45.70 0.00 -67
1.3 30.52 0.02 40
0.9 24.29 0.03 -31
2.3 23.88 0.04 14
1.9 79.34 0.02 -15
1.0 104.93-0.04 70
2.0 106.01 0.37 -53
1.8 109.00 0.29 28
6.1 39.33-0.02 20
1.4 80.01 0.05 -40
5.1 106.93 0.17 -10
0.8 48.41 0.03 -58
2.3 109.01 0.13 -46
2.4 108.27 0.03 192
1.7 111.77 0.20 -35
2.7 83.99 0.17 -33
2.7 81.47 0.05 -40
4.9 30.20 0.07 -45
3.9 23.61 0.00 -10
4.5 47.29-0.30 -36
3.2 84.65 0.01 11
.. 24.91-0.21 -58
3.4 115.47 0.22 -43
4.5 108.42-0.39 59
5.0 27.57-0.21 76
4.4 18.44-0.06 -7
7.0 13.98 0.03 86
5.3 28.13-0.08 -1
5.5 86.98-0.36 53
4.7 98.46-0.22 10
4.5 86.71 0.09 -47
6.0 37.51-0.15 7
1.3 51.37 0.12 -64
6.3 19.64-0.01 2

Leveraged
-8.7
-3.1
-8.3
-12.7

64 B 113.3
38 E 60.0
29 B- 47.1
29 D- 19.8

DX 20+ Treas Bull 3X TMF .. 78.52 1.96 -32


ProS UltSht 20+ Yr
TBT .. 44.93-0.75 -58
DX 20+ Treas Bear 3X TMV .. 29.11-0.76 -53
UBS Etrc 2X MortREIT MORL27.6 16.06-0.24 -31

Commodity/Currency
51.0 94 D 98.1
51.4 94 D- 50.1
19.1 86 C+ 33.0
17.5 81 C 30.3
11.3 77 D+ 29.1
15.0 77 D+ 31.2
6.6 76 D 26.5
-4.3 37 C- 26.4
-10.0 36 C 132.5
-14.3 34 E 26.9
-8.0 30 E 12.8
-8.1 30 D- 126.8
-7.1 26 D+ 19.3
-8.9 25 D- 23.7
-20.9 23 D 15.4
-14.7 20 D- 8.2
-15.4 20 D- 37.4
-16.3 20 E 18.1
-16.0 17 E 25.4
-18.0 15 D+ 31.9
-26.1 10 D- 29.1
-27.0 9 E 36.5
-48.3 8 C+ 29.7
-30.8 7 E 23.9
-48.3 7 B- 44.6

ProS Short VIX ST Fut SVXY


VS Invrs VIX ShrtTrm XIV
IS Curr Hdg MSCI Japn HEWJ
IS CurrHdg MSCI EMU HEZU
IS Curr Hdg MSCI EAFE HEFA
IS CurrHdg MSCI Germ HEWG
PS DB US$ Bullish
UUP
IS Curr Hdg MSCI EM HEEM
Currencyshrs Euro
FXE
PS DB Agriculture
DBA
IS Gold Trust
IAU
SPDR Gold Trust
GLD
IS Silver Trust
SLV
United States NatGas UNG
IP VIX M ETN
VXZ
Elmnts Rogr Intl Cmd RJI
IP DJ-UBS Cmmd ETN DJP
PS DB Base Metals DBB
PS DB Commdty Idx DBC
IS S&P GSCI Cmd ETN GSG
PS DB Oil
DBO
United States Oil LP USO
ProS VIX ST Futures VIXY
IP Crude Oil ETN
OIL
IP VIX S ETN
VXX

26.8 99 C 110.9
23.0 99 C 199.7
13.5 91 A 8.7
18.7 87 C- 28.6
-30.7 81 C- 9.2
-17.4 13 E 64.7
-30.6 11 E 164.8
-49.0 6 C- 18.8
-31.7 6 E 45.6
-51.8 3 E 172.7
-78.6 2 C+281.4
-78.7 2 D- 61.5
-73.4 1 E 32.4

ProS UltSht Crude Oil SCO


VS 3X Invr Crude
DWTI
PS DB Gold DS ETN
DZZ
ProS UltSht Euro
EUO
VS 3X Invr NatGas ETN DGAZ
ProS Ultra Silver
AGQ
ProS Ult Bloom Natgs BOIL
VS 3X Lng NatGas ETN UGAZ
VS 3X Long Silver ETN USLV
ProS Ultra Crude Oil UCO
ProS Ult VIX ShrtTrm UVXY
VS 2X VIX ShrtTrm ETN TVIX
VS 3x Long Crude
UWTI

.. 92.33-3.51 -6
.. 47.16-1.72 1
1.0 32.33-0.12 -31
2.2 28.92 0.01 -63
2.2 28.01-0.11 -45
3.4 27.07-0.04 -63
.. 25.56-0.05 -29
2.9 22.56-0.23 -79
.. 107.25 0.22 -69
.. 21.34-0.18 -61
.. 10.52 0.04 -5
.. 104.39 0.46 -34
.. 13.99 0.04 -45
.. 13.46 0.12 -19
.. 10.38 0.10 -18
.. 5.38-0.02 122
.. 25.29-0.08 -16
.. 13.31-0.08 -87
.. 15.49-0.01 -3
.. 17.69-0.07 -49
.. 11.61-0.05 -16
.. 14.87-0.16 17
.. 10.85 0.40 12
.. 8.68-0.11 5
.. 16.28 0.54 3

Leveraged
.. 97.01 1.96 -35
.. 144.10 4.36 -45
.. 8.58-0.07 27
.. 25.65-0.13 -59
.. 5.57-0.12 17
.. 31.43 0.14 -53
.. 43.80 0.64 12
.. 2.03 0.04 17
.. 12.97 0.09 -70
.. 25.00-0.56 -5
.. 26.91 1.84 29
.. 5.89 0.41 38
.. 1.30-0.04 -2

ETF abbreviations: Bldrs=Builders; Brcly=Barclays; DB=Deutsche Bank;


DX=DireXion; FrstTr=First Trust; GX=Global X; GH=Guggenhiem; HT=Holdrs Trust;
IP=iPath; IS=iShares; MV=Market Vectors; Nv=Nuveen; ProS=ProShares;
PS=PowerShares; RX=Rydex; VG=Vanguard; VS=VelocityShares; WT=WisdomTree
2015
%
Chg Fund

4 Wk Net
% Asset NAV
Chg Value Chg

+ 4 Mid Cap
+ 2 35.10n +.12
+ 2 MidCapValI + 2 35.85n +.11
2 REIT r
+ 1 26.02n .18
+ 1 Sm Cap Val
0 25.51n +.07
+ 7 Small Grow + 2 37.74n +.09
+ 3 SmCpIdx
+ 1 57.76n +.16
+ 4 SmCpIdxIsPl + 1 166.92n
+.44
+ 1 ST Bond
0 10.49n .01
0 Tot Bd Mrkt 0 10.74n .02
+ 3 Tot St Mkt + 2 52.85n +.19
+ 5 TotInStk r + 4 16.05n +.06
+ 5 TotInStk r + 4 26.85n +.11
+ 4 TotInStk r + 4 107.41n
+.45
+ 4 TotInStk r + 4 107.39n
+.44
+ 4 TtWrldInv + 3 25.14n +.09
+ 1 Value
+ 2 32.81n +.15
Vanguard Instl
$ 705 bil 8006627447
+ 2 Balance Idx + 1 30.04n +.03
4 EmgMkSt r
0 24.07n +.07
+ 8 Euro Stk Idx r + 7 29.67n +.21
+ 7 EuroSkInstPl r + 7 132.53n
+.94
+ 5 FTSESocIndx + 3 13.88n +.05
+ 4 FTSEWlId r + 4 95.30n +.40
+ 2 Index
+ 3 192.16n
+.67
+ 4 Index Ext Mkt + 1 69.53n +.22
+ 6 Index Gr
+ 4 56.76n +.15
+ 2 Index Plus + 3 192.17n
+.67
0 Index Tot Mkt 0 10.74n .02
+ 1 Index Value + 2 32.81n +.15
0 InflaProtec 1 10.49n .04
+ 3 LargeCapIdx + 3 200.86n
+.72
+ 4 MdCpIdx
+ 2 35.21n +.12
2 REIT Idx r
+ 1 17.18n .12
+ 8 Rs1000GrwId + 4 201.38n
+.86
+ 1 ShInvGrd I
0 10.64n .01
+ 1 SmCapVal Idx 0 25.57n +.07
+ 7 SmCpGrw Idx + 2 37.82n +.10
+ 4 SmCpIdx
+ 1 57.82n +.15
+ 5 StrcBrMkPls + 2 71.65n +.30

2015
%
Chg Fund

4 Wk Net
% Asset NAV
Chg Value Chg

+ 3 Tot Stk Idx + 2 52.88n +.19


+ 3 Tot Stk Idx Pls + 2 47.82n +.17
0 TotBdInstPl 0 10.74n .02
+ 4 TtWrldInv + 3 125.98n
+.47
+ 3 TxMgSCI r + 1 47.42n +.21
Vanguard Funds
$ 1071 bil 8008514999
+ 5 Cap Opport r + 3 55.49n +.25
0 Cap Value 1 13.37n +.02
+ 5 Div Eq Inv + 3 34.13n +.18
0 DivApprIdx + 2 32.26n +.22
+ 3 Dividend Gr + 4 23.24n +.11
12 Energy r
6 47.02n .15
+ 1 Equity Inc + 2 31.13n +.15
+ 5 Explorer
+ 2 97.93n +.42
0 GNMA
0 10.68n .02
+18 Health Care r + 4 243.34n
+2.08

+ 1 HiYldTxEx
0
1 InflProtSec 1
+ 1 IntInvGdInv 1
+ 6 Intl Growth r + 4
+ 5 Intl Value r + 3
0 Intmd Tax Ex 0
+ 2 Life Consv Gr + 1
+ 3 Life Growth + 2
+ 2 Life Mod Gr + 2
+ 1 LT Tax Ex
0
0 LtdTrm TxEx 0
3 LTInvGrdInv 0
+ 8 MidCapGr A + 3
+10 Morgan Gr + 5
+ 3 Primecap r + 3
+.79
+ 2 PrmcpCorInv r + 3
+ 1 Select Val r
0
0 Sh Tm TxEx
0
+ 1 ST Corp
0
+ 1 ST Treas
0
+ 3 Star
+2
+ 5 Strategic Eq + 1
+ 4 StratSmInv + 2
+ 1 TargRet2010 + 1
+ 2 TargRet2015 + 1
+ 2 TargRet2020 + 2
+ 3 TargRet2025 + 2
+ 3 TargRet2030 + 2

11.13n .01
13.11n .05
9.72n .02
22.80n +.15
35.58n +.08
14.09n .02
18.56n +.00
29.38n +.07
24.41n +.03
11.58n .01
10.99n .01
10.12n .06
26.25n +.14
27.79n +.19
106.07n
22.09n +.14
28.61n +.08
15.81n +.00
10.64n .01
10.71n +.00
25.16n +.05
33.67n +.12
31.87n +.15
26.70n .01
15.59n +.01
29.10n +.03
16.95n +.03
29.84n +.06

2015
%
Chg Fund

4 Wk Net
% Asset NAV
Chg Value Chg

+ 3 TargRet2035 + 2 18.37n +.04


+ 3 TargRet2040 + 3 30.71n +.09
+ 3 TargRet2045 + 3 19.24n +.05
+ 1 TargRetInc + 1 12.96n .01
+ 8 TxMgIntInt r + 5 12.97n +.06
+11 US Growth + 5 33.19n +.26
+ 1 US Value
+ 1 17.74n +.06
+ 2 Wellington + 2 39.40n +.03
+ 1 WellslyInc + 1 25.37n +.00
+ 3 Windsor
+ 2 21.84n +.10
+ 2 WindsorII + 2 37.51n +.14
Vantagepoint
$ 35.0 bil 8006697400
+ 4 Mid/SmIdxI + 1 20.73n +.06
+ 4 Mid/SmIdxII + 1 19.38n +.05
Victory Funds
$ 53.4 bil 8005393863
+ 6 EstblshValA + 3 35.57 +.22
+ 6 EstblshValR + 3 35.19n +.21
+ 9 GrowOpps + 5 46.46 +.29
+13 IntlSmCap + 4 11.95n +.06
+ 6 SYCAest
+ 3 35.58n +.22
Virtus Funds A
$ 33.7 bil 8002431574
+ 1 MulSecSh
0 4.74 .01
1 VirtusEmkt + 1 9.49 +.03
Virtus Funds B
$ 11.3 bil 8002431574
+ 1 MulSecSh
0 4.71n .01
Virtus Funds C
$ 31.4 bil 8002431574
+ 1 MulSecSh
0 4.80n +.00
1 VirtusEMO + 1 9.24n +.03
Virtus Funds I
$ 31.8 bil 8002431574
1 EmMktOp + 1 9.81n +.03
+ 2 Multisc
0 4.75n +.00
Virtus Funds T
$ 8.5 bil 8002431574
+ 1 MulSecSh
0 4.79n +.00
VOYA Fds
$ 1.3 bil 8009920180
+ 5 ColConCore + 3 22.60n +.16
VOYA Fds A
$ 15.9 bil 8009920180
+ 8 TRPDivMCAd + 3 10.45n +.06
VOYA Fds T,M,Q&I
$ 8.0 bil 8009920180
+ 4 BaronGr
+ 2 30.94n .15

2015
%
Chg Fund

4 Wk Net
% Asset NAV
Chg Value Chg

+14 TRowPriceGr + 8 88.32n +.82


Waddell&Rd Adv
$ 104 bil 8003665465
+ 9 Accum A
+ 3 11.45 +.01
+ 8 Accum B
+ 3 9.95n +.00
+ 8 Accum C
+ 3 10.14n +.00
+ 4 Sci & Tech A + 2 15.53 +.03
+ 3 Sci & Tech B + 2 11.28n +.03
+ 3 Sci & Tech C + 2 11.46n +.03
+ 4 Sci & Tech Y + 2 17.30n +.04
+ 2 Sel Val A
+ 4 16.75 +.02
+ 8 Small Cap Y + 4 20.02n +.32
+12 TaxMgd Eq A + 5 19.41 +.10
+ 9 Vanguard A + 5 10.86 +.07
+ 9 Vanguard Y + 5 11.50n +.08
Wasatch
$ 9.3 bil 8005511700
+11 Core Growth + 2 63.84n +.54
+ 9 SmallValue 0 6.46n +.04
Wells Fargo Advtg
$ 37.6 bil 8002228222
+11 DiscoverInv + 3 34.65n +.31
+ 8 EntrprisInv + 3 46.75n +.36
+ 3 SpcMdValInv + 1 33.09n +.14
+ 7 SpecTechIv + 4 11.07n +.15
100 UltShMunA 0 9.62 +.00
100 UltShMunInv 0 9.63n +.00
Wells Fargo Advtg A
$ 29.3 bil 8002228222
+ 4 DisUSCor
+ 3 15.43 +.05
+ 7 Spec Tech + 4 11.20 +.15
Wells Fargo Advtg Ad
$ 23.9 bil 8002228222
+11 Discovery + 3 35.72n +.32
+10 Sm Co Grow + 3 46.51n +.01
Wells Fargo Advtg B
$ 8.7 bil 8002228222
+ 6 Spec Tech + 4 9.73n +.13
Wells Fargo Advtg Inst
$ 20.4 bil 8002228222
+14 EmGrw
+ 2 18.22n +.17
100 UltShMun
0 9.62n +.00
William Blair I
$ 10.0 bil 8006352886
+ 1 Sm Cp Gr
+ 1 27.71n +.19
+12 Sml Mid Gr + 5 21.77n +.22
Wilmington
$ 3.9 bil 8003369970
+ 5 LgCapStInst + 3 18.79n +.08

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FRIDAY, AUGUST 7, 2015

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ISSUES & INSIGHTS

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Pulitzer Prize

Ignoring IRS
Political Crimes
Corruption: After a years stalling by the IRS,
the Senate Finance Committee has released
its bipartisan report, denouncing the tax-collection agencys partisanship and incompetence. When are these people going to jail?

he Senate report wasnt entirely satisfactory,


given that its criticism was primarily in the
compromise language of gross mismanagement to describe the agencys targeting of
Tea Party dissident groups.
Using legal technicalities to silence and repress political dissent under the color of the nations most feared
enforcement agency isnt mismanagement. Its a crime.
Its incompatible with democracy and it shatters public confidence in the rule of law. Its the very crime the
State Department is now condemning in Venezuela:
the use of legal technicalities to halt popular opposition
candidates from running for office. Until now, this kind
of activity has had no precedent in our country, and it
must be stopped before it becomes the standard.
This is far from mere incompetence or gross mismanagement. It was a highly competent operation to silence
dissent. Yet no one has been sanctioned or punished, despite there being laws on the books dating back to the beginning of a professional civil service, that forbid and
punish partisan motives in what should be impartial
law. Already some observers believe the IRS swung the
last election for the Democrats with these activities.
Not only did the IRS target Tea Party groups with unconscionable delays and intrusive questions, it went for
their families, too. Young Bristol Palin learned yesterday that just being the daughter of former Alaska Gov.
and Tea Party favorite Sarah Palin put her in the IRS
sights. Sarah Palins father was targeted, too.
The agency also obstructed justice, first falsely claiming that its illegal targeting was only the work of rogue
agents in its Cincinnati office. Then, as that lie fell apart,
IRS moved to destroy evidence in the thousands of missing emails on IRS tax exempt organizations chief Lois
Lerners computer. Conveniently for them, it was declared lost forever in a hard drive crash until it wasnt.
Now its relying on its allies in the Senate and among
anti-Tea Party Democrats in the House for cover, having them declare it incompetence, not a crime.
Allies? Yes. IRS top executive John Koskinen is a
major financial contributor to Democrat campaigns,
having donated nearly $100,000 to Democrats since
1979. And the National Treasury Employees Union, the
IRS agents union, is an even more notable donor to
Democrats, with 94% of its members donating to leftists, and the 150,000-strong union itself endorsing
Obama for president both in 2008 and 2012.
Lerner herself called Tea Party members crazies
and spewed other anti-GOP insults in her emails.
To say that the IRS didnt have an interest in repressing dissent and was just unwittingly incompetent is ridiculous. IRS bureaucrats saw an illicit advantage for
their Democrat friends and wrongly took it.
Thats illegal, and it demands a strong response from
the law if the agency ever expects to recover public confidence. If it doesnt care enough about that, well, then
what difference is there between the U.S. and a lawless
banana republic?

An IS Threat In U.S.
Homeland Insecurity: Encouraged by President Obamas hug-a-terrorist policies, a brazen Islamic State reportedly has dispatched
its American agents to intimidate military
wives on the front lawns of their homes.

chilling new FBI bulletin warns U.S. military


families that they are being watched and may
even be confronted by Arab men outside their
homes. The advisory, which was issued to military facilities and law enforcement agencies in Colorado and Wyoming, says that Middle Eastern males have been approaching soldiers wives at their homes in both states,
casing them for possible attack.
The suspects have also tried to get personal information about military personnel through intimidation.
Spouses report feeling frightened by the strange men.
One reported being approached in May in front of her
house by two Middle Eastern men, who stated that she
was the wife of a U.S. interrogator. When she denied
it, the men laughed before driving away in a dark, fourdoor sedan with two other Middle Eastern men inside.
Similar incidents in Wyoming have been reported to
the FBI through June 2015, the FBI report said. On numerous occasions, family members of military personnel were confronted by Middle Eastern males in front
of their homes.
Soldiers in Washington state also report stalking.
In June, a Washington Air National Guard member
and his spouse reported being approached on the playground near their apartment by a Middle Eastern
male. The stranger asked them questions that were
very probing and concerning, but when they asked the
male questions, he immediately tried to end the conversation, not providing any specific information.
Odder still, the airmen were wearing civilian clothes
to prevent such targeting. Earlier this year, the Pentagon warned military families not to wear uniforms in
public. They also were told to scrub anything opposing
terrorist groups or organizations from Facebook and
remove military pride decals from their cars.
In March, IS posted names, photos and home addresses of some 100 American troops, urging sympathizers
inside the U.S to attack them. The group, which may
have hacked military websites to get the information,
called on the troops to be killed in their own lands as
they walk their own streets, thinking they are safe.
Unless Obama gets serious about cracking down on
this Islamic insurgency, the next attack on our military
could take place not at a base like the one in Chattanooga but in a neighborhood or on a playground.

A President And His Litany Of Lies


Iran Deal: If you tell lies big enough, keep
repeating them, and maintain your poker
face, the public will swallow them. Thats
what President Obamas Iran speech and
his presidency is all about.

n his Wednesday Iran speech at American University in Washington, Obama claimed his bad deal
with Islamofascist Iran builds on John F.
Kennedys tradition of strong, principled diplomacy.
If Obama is going to Kennedy for inspiration, he might
want to heed this line from JFKs 1963 peace speech
at the same locale:
No treaty . . . however tightly it may be worded, can
provide absolute security against the risks of deception
and evasion.
Deception and evasion are exactly what Tehran will
be practicing, as it always has, which is why Kennedy
would get nowhere near this Iran deal.
What Obama calls the most comprehensive inspection and verification regime ever negotiated, under
which inspectors will have the permanent ability to inspect any suspicious sites in Iran, in fact lets Iran deny
United Nations inspectors access to any and all undeclared nuclear sites.
If we dont like it, we have to appeal to a gaggle of international bureaucracies.
Without mentioning him by name, Obama accused
President George W. Bush of having a preference for
military action over diplomacy. If Moammar Gadhafi
hadnt been killed thanks to Obama destabilizing Libya,
where Islamic State interests run rampant today, the
late colonel would raise an objection. After all, the
ever-mis-underestimated Bush talked Gadhafi into
abandoning Libyas nuclear weapons program.
Our nuclear experts, including one of the best in the
world, Secretary of Energy Ernie Moniz, Obama boasted, worked tirelessly on the technical details of the
Iran pact. But last week, when Sen. John McCain,
R-Ariz., asked him about the secret side deals between

the International Atomic Energy Agency and Tehran,


the tireless Moniz was forced to admit, I personally
have not seen those documents.
One of Obamas biggest lies was his claim that if Iran
violates the agreement . . . all of the sanctions can snap
back into place, and that the U.S. can make that happen unilaterally. The truth is that Iran will never be subjected to most of those sanctions ever again. Russia,
China and Europe and their business interests who will
be re-engaging with Iran simply wont go back.
Touting the agreements fatally flawed inspection provisions, the president made this truly bizarre observation:
Once weve identified a site that raises suspicion, we
will be watching it continuously until inspectors get in.
Thats as absurd as the FBI announcing that now that
its finally investigating ServerGate, the bureau will be
continuously watching the entrances to Hillary Clintons mansion in Chappaqua, N.Y.
In a bizarre defense of his diplomatic work, Obama
contended that rejecting the deal would mean wed
have to cut off countries like China from the American
financial system, which would threaten the dollars
role as the worlds reserve currency.
Maybe this was supposed to be a laugh line in his
speech, because what exactly is Obama suggesting
would replace the dollar? The yuan? The euro (as in
Greece)?
Has there ever been a president who so depends on
the ignorance of those listening to him?
According to Obama, military action would only set
back Irans program by a few years at best. Well, the solution to that is simple: A few years later we hit the
worlds foremost terrorist state again.
He also claimed that rejecting the deal would end
Americas credibility as the anchor of the international
system.
Sorry, Mr. President. The vacuum of American power
you engineered, which is being filled by the Islamic
State and Russia, left Americas credibility in a shambles quite a while ago.

The High Cost Of ObamaCare Failures


Bankruptcy: A court filing this week shows
that the first ObamaCare-created insurance
co-op to fail will likely cost $147 million. How
many more will have to go under before President Obama admits to this boondoggle?

few years ago, the idea of nonprofit co-ops was


music to ObamaCare advocates ears. Freed
from the need to deliver profits to investors,
these nonprofits would provide competition and
choice to the individual market. That was the theory,
anyway.
And there were few places better suited to the success
of this concept than Iowa and Nebraska, states that had
little competition, where uninsured rates were high
and businesses were dropping coverage.
So with millions in federal low-interest startup loans,
CoOpportunity was one of the first ObamaCare co-ops
to get off the ground.
It was also the first to fail.
The Iowa government took it over in late 2014 and
shut it down entirely a few months later.
In his most recent liquidation status report filed with
the Iowa District Court in Polk County, Daniel Watkins shows why. As of June, CoOpportunity had
$282.4 million in liabilities and just $108.7 million in
assets. Among those liabilities is the $147 million
CoOpportunity in federal startup and solvency loans
that its unlikely ever to pay back.
These losses came despite the fact that CoOpportunity had far more sign-ups than it had expected.
As far as ObamaCare failures go, CoOpportunity
might be the first, but wont be the last.
An inspector general audit found that of the 22 coops still in operation, all but one lost money last year,
with those losses totaling $376 million. And some had
staggering per-enrollee losses.
Louisiana Health lost $2,069 per enrollee last year,
Compass Cooperative in Arizona more than $8,000

and Massachusetts Minuteman Health cooperative


nearly $12,000 per enrollee, the IG report shows.
The only co-op that didnt lose money was Maine
Community, which managed to eke out $5.8 million in
net income last year.
Late last month, Louisianas insurance commissioner
announced that Louisiana Health was insolvent and
would cease operations at the end of this year.
And Tennessees Community Health Alliance
which lost $22 million last year froze enrollment
this January, calling it a preventative measure to support the long-term viability of CHA.
All these co-ops, mind you, were hand-picked by the
administration because they were deemed the ones
likeliest to succeed.
Even the promise that the ObamaCare co-ops could
put downward pressure on premiums turned out to be
false. Last year, ObamaCare co-ops offered the lowest
prices in only a third of the markets in which they competed, according to a New York Times analysis.
Connecticuts HealthyCT charged as much as 29%
more. And at least 17 co-ops have put in for doubledigit rate increases for next year, many of them 20% or
more.
Extraordinarily low enrollment in most states also
means that these co-ops can do little to disrupt the insurance market.
The GAO found that, outside New York, the average
enrollment was only a little above 22,000 last year. Arizonas co-op signed up only 869 and Massachusetts
just 1,700. And while 155,000 signed up last year with
New Yorks Freelancers Co-op, it still managed to lose
$35 million and is now pushing for premium hikes as
high as 21%.
In a 2012 sales pitch, the head of Iowas CoOpportunity said that if ObamaCares co-op program cant work
in Nebraska and Iowa, it is unlikely it can work anywhere.
Unfortunately for taxpayers, its starting to look like
he was right.

ISSUES & INSIGHTS

READ WHAT'S REALLY GOING ON IN THE COUNTRY

FRIDAY, AUGUST 7, 2015

ON THE LEFT

Obama Naive?
No, Optimistic,
And Rightly So

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ON THE RIGHT

Chinas Coal Power Capacity Set To Dwarf The U.S.

Who Is Really
Linked To Iran
Hard-Liners?

From 2005-2011, Chinas increase in coal power capacity was more than the
total amount of existing capacity in the U.S.
Gigawatts of coal-fired generation capacity

1200
800
400 China

FAREED ZAKARIA

any critics of the nuclear deal


with Iran believe the problem
lies in the very disposition of
the president.
A very, very naive man who does
not know how the world works, says
Rick Perry. Dangerously naive,
notes Lindsey Graham.
In fact, Obama is not naive, but disposition does matter. Obama is an optimist about the world, Americas
place in it, and even the threats it faces
in the Middle East. And history suggests its the optimists who have tended to be right.
Today we are awash in pessimism,
with people who see the world as a
dark and dangerous place, where
threats are growing and enemies are
gaining strength.
In 2014, John McCain declared the
world is in greater turmoil than at
any time in my lifetime (which includes the rise of fascism, Nazism,
World War II and the Soviet nuclear
threat).
Weve seen this before, often. In an
essay in 1989, Harvard scholar Samuel
Huntington noted the United States
was experiencing its fifth wave of this
kind of pessimism since the 1950s.
First, he explained, Sputnik shocked
America, and by the early 1960s, the
country was convinced the Soviet
Union was on a path to overtake it economically, technologically and militarily.
In the late 1960s and early 1970s, as
Vietnam sapped the nations confidence, the Nixon administration
urged Americans to get used to a multipolar world with a diminished place
for Washington. When the oil shocks
of the 1970s hit, people saw the Middle
Easts petro-states as the worlds new
power brokers.
By end of the 1970s, with the Soviet
Union modernizing its nuclear arsenal and on the march from Afghanistan to Central America scores of
commentators prophesied that Moscow was winning the Cold War.
And when Huntington wrote his
essay, it was conventional wisdom
that an invincible Japan would soon
become the worlds No. 1 economic
power.
Of course, not one of these fears
proved to be valid. There was a kernel
of truth in each of them an event or
trend that deserved to be countered or
responded to. But the dark view almost always led to a vast overestimation of our adversaries power and strategic capabilities.
The missile gap with the Soviet
Union was nonexistent, the oil rich
states proved dysfunctional, the Soviet Union's interventions in Afghanistan marked the beginning of the end
for that superpower and Japans
much-vaunted economic model collapsed just as we were panicking
about it.
I would update Huntingtons list to
add the fears that have bubbled up
since 9/11 that radical Islam is an existential danger and that we are defenseless against it, that Saddam Husseins Iraq posed an intolerable danger
to America, and, now, that an imperial Iran is poised to dominate the Middle East.
In his speech at American University
this week, President Obama tried to
place Iran in context: It is a middling
regional power with some limited ambitions and capacity.
As he pointed out, its Gulf foes outspend it militarily by 8 to 1. America
outspends it by 40 to 1. Tehran is desperately trying to prop up Bashar alAssads regime in Syria. This is an expensive strategy unlikely to work in
the long run since Assads group, the
Alawites, represent less than 15% of
the country.
Meanwhile, Iran is also fielding forces in Iraq to fight the new, rising threat
from the Islamic State, which is above
all an anti-Shiite terror group. Being
forced to fight on two fronts to preserve your security is not a sign of
strength.
Think of the mistakes the U.S. has
made when it acted out of fear, convinced that its enemies were 10 feet
tall and about to triumph. In the 1950s,
it helped depose democratic leaders in
the Third World, fearful theyd become socialists. Later, it intervened in
Vietnam, supported the apartheid regime in South Africa and invaded Iraq.
On the other hand, when we have
kept threats in perspective and understood that time was on our side, we
have patiently organized our allies, negotiated agreements with our adversaries, built our internal strength and,
in the end, prevailed. It is not as satisfying as the imagined thrill of military
victory, but it has been a much surer
path to stability and success.
Look at the facts. The United States
has outlasted monarchy, fascism, revolution and communism. It will handle
the threat from a middling regional
power like Iran. It will outlast radical
Islam, an ideology that has no answers
for the modern age.
To recognize this is not naivete but
confidence, a confidence in America
that is confirmed by history.

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CHARLES KRAUTHAMMER

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BRAIN TRUST

World Is Falling In Love


With Coal Obama Hates
STEPHEN MOORE

t the very moment President Obama has


decided to shutter Americas coal industry in favor of much more expensive and
less efficient renewable energy, coal use is
surging across the globe.
A new study by the prestigious National Academy of Sciences detects an unmistakable coal
renaissance under way that shows this mineral of fossilized carbon has again become the
most important source of energy-related emissions on the global scale.
Coal is expanding rapidly not only in China
and India but also across a broad range of developing countries especially poor, fast-growing
countries mainly in Asia, the study finds.
Why is coal such a popular energy source
now? The NAS study explains that many nations are attracted to (relatively) low coal prices . . . to satisfy their energy needs. It also finds
the share of coal in the energy mix indeed has
grown faster for countries with higher economic growth.
Insum,usingcoalisasteppingstonetoprosperity. So much for it being a satanic energy source.
Hardly a day passes without evidence that
coal is making a major comeback:
Some 1,200 coal plants are planned across
59 countries, with about three-quarters in
China and India, according to the World Resources Institute.
Coal use around the world has grown
about four times faster than renewables, according to the global energy monitoring publication BP Review of World Energy 2015.
German coal will remain a major, and
probably the largest, fuel source for power generation for another decade and perhaps longer, the Financial Times concludes.
The U.S. is dropping coal plants at an unprecedented rate, but still nowhere near as
quickly as India is adding them, Bloomberg
Business reckons.
By the end of this year, some 7.5% of the
U.S. coal fleet will have disappeared . . . . But
by 2020 India may have built about 2.5 times
as much capacity as the U.S. is about to lose.
Then, of course, theres the worlds biggest
coal addict by far the Peoples Republic of
China. According to a 2014 report from Eric
Lawson of Princeton University, a leading climate change apocalyptic on the left:
The reality is that fossil fuels dominate

Chinas energy landscape, as they do in virtually every other country. And the focus on renewables also hides the fact that Chinas reliance upon coal is predicted to keep growing.
Lawsons calculations of how coal use is
growing in China are jaw-dropping. From
2010 through 2013, (China) added half the coal
generation of the entire U.S. At the peak, from
2005 through 2011, China added roughly two
600-megawatt coal plants a week for seven
straight years.
And according to U.S. government projections, China will add yet another U.S. worth of
coal plants over the next 10 years, or the equivalent of a new 600-megawatt plant every 10
days for 10 years.
All this underscores the foolishness and futility of the Obama climate-change regulations designed to drastically reduce coal production in
the U.S. As we use less and the rest of the
world uses more, the impact on global temperatures will be very close to zero.
Coal production in the U.S. is much safer and
less carbon-intensive (clean coal technologies
have reduced pollutants by 30%) than coal
from other nations. So Obamas war on coal
may make global warming worse.
Some might say this gesture by the Obama
administration to cut off coal production in
the U.S. is a useful first step to save the planet.
Except this isnt just a cheap sign of goodwill.
Its a tremendously expensive gesture that
will cost America hundreds of thousands of
jobs, raise utility prices by as much as $1,000
per family and reduce GDP by as much half a
percentage point a year when we are already
barely growing. The poor will be hurt most.
What makes the Obama administration regulations doubly destructive is that the U.S. has
more coal than any other nation.
With at least 300 years of supply at a value of
trillions of dollars, we are truly the Saudi Arabia of coal. To leave it in the ground would be
like Obama telling Nebraska to stop growing
corn, Idaho to stop growing potatoes and Silicon Valley to give up on the digital age.
Ironically, the president justifies his war on
coal by arguing, We must lead so that others
will follow. But outside of dreamland, the rest
of the world has no intention of following Mr.
Obamas act of economic masochism. Most nations value getting richer over getting greener
as well they should. Given the sad state of
our economy today, so should we.

PERSPECTIVE

Drug Prices Are A Distraction


From Real Health Cost Drivers
KENNETH THORPE

ver the next decade, the federal government could spend more than $49 billion
on prescriptions for just 10 different medications.
This shocking finding, from a study by the advisory firm Avalere Health, might prompt
many to conclude that drug prices are responsible for skyrocketing health care costs.
But that conclusion is unfounded. And lambasting drug companies for high price tags distracts from the true source of rising health care
costs: chronic disease.
Its akin to focusing on the cost of sponges
needed to mop up an overflowing sink instead
of working to turn off the faucet.
Right now, chronic diseases are rampant in
America almost half the population has at
least one and theyre the leading causes of premature death and disability. In fact, chronic diseases are a factor in seven in 10 deaths.
Medicare, the federal health program for seniors and those with disabilities, is particularly
susceptible to costs associated with chronic disease. More than half of the Medicare population has five or more chronic conditions, and
those patients account for about three quarters
of the programs spending.
Looking only at costs without considering the
long-run benefits of drugs in managing or even
curing chronic disease is shortsighted.
The breakthrough medications now on the
market at relatively high prices prevent the
need for more elaborate and expensive treatments, such as visits to the emergency room
and hospitalization.
In other cases, such as new treatments for hepatitis C, those medicines represent a cure for
90% of patients.
Consider congestive heart failure. Every $1
spent on congestive heart medicines avoids
over $8 of spending for other medical care.
Each dollar spent on drugs for diabetes, high
cholesterol and high blood pressure saves $3 to
$10 elsewhere in the health care system.
In the long run, even drugs with a high price
tag generate value by reducing other medical
costs and allowing people to live longer, healthier lives. Government actuaries agree. Whenever Medicare policies have increased the use of
medicine, the Congressional Budget Office has
found that health care costs decrease.

Hospital care accounts for an overwhelming


proportion of health care spending. In 2013,
total hospital spending reached over $900 billion more than three times the governments
total spending on prescription medicines. That
number is expected to increase by 6% each year
for the next decade.
One good way to reduce hospital spending is
to make sure that people get the medications
they need and take them as prescribed, so they
can stay healthy and avoid hospitalization.
As a percentage of total health care spending
in America, expenditures on prescription drugs
have remained stable at roughly 10%-12% annually for nearly 60 years. Federal actuaries predict that this percentage will remain the same
through the next decade or longer.
Its certainly true that medicines for rare diseases are expensive. Indeed, a single course of
Sovaldi, which treats hepatitis C, costs
$84,000.
But Sovaldi actually cures hepatitis C in 90%
of patients who would otherwise require ongoing treatment for deteriorating liver function,
offering the opportunity to continue working,
spending time with family and friends, and contributing to society in ways the disease otherwise would not allow.
Plus, a course of Sovaldi is much cheaper than
the $500,000 liver transplant that a patient
could require without it. Doctors perform more
than 6,000 liver transplants annually in the U.S.
Better preventive care is by far the most effective way to reduce health care costs associated
with chronic disease. Many chronic diseases
are preventable through lifestyle changes, like
avoiding tobacco, drinking less alcohol and
maintaining a healthy weight. With effective
programs to encourage healthy choices, we
could eliminate significant costs at the source.
Prescription drugs save money and improve
lives, and making them a punching bag only
masks the root of health care costs.
To reduce health care costs, we must focus on
preventing chronic diseases and developing effective treatments, including medications, to
control or cure them.

00 Thorpe is chairman of the Partnership to


Fight Chronic Disease and the Robert W. Woodruff Professor and Chair of the Department of
Health Policy & Management in the Rollins
School of Public Health of Emory University.

he latest Quinnipiac poll shows


that the American public rejects
President Obamas Iran deal by
more than 2-to-1. This is astonishing.
The public generally gives the president deference on major treaties. Just
a few weeks ago, a majority supported
the deal. What happened? People
learned whats in it.
And dont be fooled by polls that
present, as fact, the administrations
position in the very question. The Washington Post/ABC poll assures the respondent that, for example, international inspectors would monitor Irans
facilities, and if Iran is caught breaking
the agreement economic sanctions
would be imposed again. Do you support or oppose this agreement?
Well, if you put it that way, sure. But
it is precisely because these claims are
so tendentious and misleading that
public and congressional opinion
is turning.
Inspections? Everyone now knows
that anytime, anywhere indispensable for a clandestine program in a
country twice the size of Texas with a
long history of hiding and cheating
has been changed to Youve got 24
days and then were coming in for a
surprise visit. New York restaurants,
observed Jackie Mason, get more intrusive inspections than the Iranian
nuclear program.
Snapback sanctions? Everyone
knows that once international sanctions are lifted, theyre never coming
back. Moreover, consider the illogic of
Obamas argument. The theme of his
American University speech Wednesday was that the only alternative to
what he brought back from Vienna is
war because sanctions even the more
severe sanctions Congress has been demanding will never deter Iran.
But if sanctions dont work, how can
you argue that the Iranians will now
be deterred from cheating by the
threat of . . . sanctions? Snapback sanctions, mind you, that will inevitably be
weaker and more loophole-ridden
than the existing ones.
And then came news of the secret
side agreements between Iran and the
International Atomic Energy Agency.
These concern past nuclear activity
and inspections of the Parchin military
facility where Iran is suspected of having tested nuclear detonation devices.
We dont know whats in these side
deals. And we will never know, says
the administration. Its standard practice, you see, for such IAEA agreements to remain secret.
Well, this treaty isnt standard practice. Its the most important treaty of
our time. Yet, Congress is asked to ratify this historic diplomatic breakthrough (Obama) while being denied
access to the heart of the inspection regime.
Congress doesnt know whats in
these side agreements, but Iran does.
And just this past Monday, Ali Akbar
Velayati, a top advisor to the supreme
leader, declared that entry into our
military sites is absolutely forbidden.
One secret side deal could even allow
Iran to provide its own soil samples (!)
from Parchin. And now satellite imagery shows Iran bulldozing and sanitizing Parchin as we speak. The verification regime has turned comic.
This tragicomedy is now in the
hands of Congress or, more accurately, of congressional Democrats. It is
only because so many Democrats are
defecting that Obama gave the AU
speech in the first place. And why he
tried so mightily to turn the argument
into a partisan issue those warmongering Republicans attacking a president offering peace in our time.
Obama stooped low, accusing the Republican caucus of making common
cause with the Iranian hard-liners
who shout Death to America.
Forgetthe gutter ad hominem. This is
delusional. Does Obama really believe
the Death-to-America hard-liners are
some kind of KKK fringe? They are the
government, for Gods sake the entire state apparatus of the Islamic Republic from the Revolutionary Guards
to the supreme leader Ayatollah
Khameneiwhofor decades have propagated, encouraged and applauded
those same Death to America chants.
Common cause with the Iranian
hard-liners? Who more than Obama?
For years, they conduct a rogue nuclear weapons program in defiance of
multiple Security Council declarations of its illegality backed by sanctions and embargoes.
Obama rewards them with a treaty
that legitimates their entire nuclear
program, lifts the embargo on conventional weapons and ballistic missiles,
and revives an economy described
by Irans president as headed back to
the Stone Age under sanctions
with an injection of up to $150 billion
in unfrozen assets, permission for the
unlimited selling of oil and full access
to the international financial system.
With this agreement, this repressive,
intolerant, aggressive, supremely antiAmerican regime the chief exporter
of terror in the world is stronger and
more entrenched than it has ever been.
Common cause, indeed.

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41 2.8
-28 3.4
-29 5.6
216 14.2
66 4.1
4 3.9
169 4.9
35 16.4
-45 1.9
3 6.5
-26 2.6
53 3.7
29 3.5
-12 2.8
-37 2.5
-30 3.1
-33 4.7
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SmartSelect Composite Rating
E
P R Acc 52-Wk
6 S S Dis Hi Stock
Symbol

SmartSelect Composite Rating


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

For Thursday, August 6, 2015


86
92
80
74
77
81
89
88
84
84
88
87
79
92
89
95
87
80
95
85
82
94
83
74
86
93
87
85
82
88
95
88
82
89
74
90
94
81
77
83
74
83
83
98
77
94
92
92
90
86
74
76
77
81
79
85

55
92
77
44
99
66
88
76
40
69
88
67
35
77
77
78
71
77
72
93
77
85
86
80
84
90
98
62
75
77
94
53
92
74
80
69
96
84
85
86
60
89
88
87
4
83
82
61
77
61
50
77
5
90
94
81

84 A- 22.8
78 C+ 23.3
96 B+ 1.9
95 A- 23.5
68 B- 45.1
93 B+ 6.8
69 A- 10.2
87 B 41.7
99 A 11.7
73 A- 12.8
86 B 57.9
72 A- 28.6
90 A+ 16.7
94 B 5.6
98 A- 4.8
89 B+ 410.0
80 A 29.6
94 B 3.3
82 A 10.3
79 E 23.5
98 E 8.0
74 A 69.5
76 C 7.8
47 A- 6.4
74 D- 18.7
83 B 12.5
48 B- 21.9
92 .. 39.8
72 B 13.3
60 B 11.5
81 B+ 459.4
95 B 12.7
60 D 28.4
79 B 28.2
81 B+ 33.6
94 A+ 122.9
75 B+ 19.8
65 D 21.0
79 B 10.0
86 B 56.2
72 B+ 41.8
72 B+ 81.4
72 D+ 11.9
86 A 11.0
99 A+ 23.4
91 B 13.0
87 B 21.0
96 A+ 12.9
80 B- 5.5
95 A- 6.5
87 B- 3.9
73 B 17.5
98 A- 58.0
87 B- 7.8
61 C 9.5
73 B+ 17.0

ASBBanc
ASBB
AccessNtl ANCX
Agria
GRO
Ameriana ASBI
AmerAssets AAT
AmerRltyInv ARL
AmrRvr
AMRB
AchorBancrp ABCW
AntheraP
ANTH
AresRlEst ACRE
ArgoGroup AGII
ArrwFl
AROW
AstoriaFncl AF
AtlanticCst ACFC
Atlanticus ATLC
Atrion
ATRI
AuburnNtl AUBN
AxcelisTch ACLS
BGCPtrs
BGCP
BSBBanc
BLMT
Bsquare
BSQR
Bancfirst
BANF
BnkMtl
BKMU
BkCmrc
BOCH
BnksCarol BKSC
JamesFncl BOTJ
Bankwll Finl BWFG
Baxalta
BXLT
Baylake Corp BYLK
BearStateFinl BSF
BiglariHld BH
BioTelemetry BEAT
Bojangles BOJA
BridgeBanc BDGE
Brinks
BCO
BrownForA BFA
C1 Financial BNK
CB Finl Svcs CBFV
CBIZ
CBZ
CSR
CSRE
CamdenNtl CAC
CamdenPrpty CPT
CantbryPk CPHC
CapeBnc
CBNJ
Cara Thera CARA
CarolnaBnk CLBH
Carolina Finl CARO
CarrolsR
TAST
Cascade
CACB
CslaWstA CWST
CellectarBio CLRB
Chicope
CBNK
Chimerix
CMRX
ChinaXD
CXDC
CitznsCmty CZWI
CitzenFrst CZFC

22.72 -0.08
19.47 0.23
1.67 0.06
22.90 -0.02
40.24 -0.13
6.80 0.10
9.99 -0.09
39.43 -0.24
10.41 -0.53
12.55 -0.08
57.69 1.35
27.76 -0.23
16.04 -0.19
5.42 0.02
3.96 0.02
396.44 -4.26
26.65 -0.35
3.18 0.00
9.82 -0.09
21.07 -0.13
6.16 -0.30
64.12 -0.28
7.29 -0.12
5.71 -0.03
16.53 0.00
11.50 0.06
18.09 0.07
37.39 0.09
12.74 -0.20
9.21 0.33
426.18 -18.06
11.50 -0.37
23.63 -0.32
27.69 -0.20
30.17 -0.01
120.55 -1.75
18.84 -0.31
20.05 0.19
9.79 -0.02
55.69 -0.12
40.09 -0.07
79.00 0.15
10.48 -0.04
10.90 -0.05
22.16 -0.76
12.74 0.03
15.62 -0.34
12.33 -0.13
5.45 0.06
6.45 0.16
3.29 -0.01
16.95 0.23
53.16 -4.27
6.04 -0.03
9.10 -0.04
12.69 -0.05

-69
-60
-50
-80
6
-7
-30
-50
-37
118
42
36
2
-23
-86
-44
-78
85
-26
-73
-21
-6
-77
-95
-74
-29
-74
-23
-45
-15
80
31
-31
-6
-26
-32
321
-97
-14
-61
-75
-14
-91
-74
50
120
-96
9
-35
40
-99
-97
20
5
-83
-90

81
90
76
81
99
89
84
82
80
74
97
91
75
90
84
98
75
75
76
76
87
75
89
94
79
80
88
84
76
76
81
88
77
98
95
82
80
88
77
89
95
99
74
74
77
83
92
78
77
77
92
89
80
96
95
93
91
96

96
93
64
77
85
96
75
79
60
40
77
87
96
98
21
98
63
77
77
72
78
13
99
96
77
77
77
65
44
50
32
97
53
77
77
77
70
94
79
43
98
99
75
55
19
78
92
77
73
63
97
83
76
98
93
70
77
81

57 C- 11.5
86 C- 14.7
66 B 19.1
68 B- 11.9
98 B+ 175.5
88 D+ 9.3
85 B- 5.2
81 B- 23.8
70 A- 37.6
95 B- 18.7
83 .. 83.2
89 B- 121.7
26 C+ 8.0
87 B 51.3
96 A 11.9
94 A 5.3
92 E 10.8
64 A 38.8
78 B- 9.3
90 D- 3.6
85 A- 30.0
97 A 25.2
31 .. 8.5
93 C 209.0
79 B 10.8
84 C+ 17.1
88 A 7.5
67 B 11.4
98 A 8.6
93 A 84.8
98 B 9.3
80 C+ 26.5
96 A- 7.2
93 B 52.6
99 B 13.6
74 C+ 3.0
83 B 58.8
88 B- 20.0
73 E 13.1
99 A- 6.8
90 B+ 75.2
92 C+ 24.0
81 D- 32.0
84 A- 26.6
85 A- 3.4
80 B 20.0
83 D+ 17.8
54 C 48.3
71 D+ 6.9
82 D+ 28.3
69 B+ 9.9
76 D+ 13.0
75 .. 7.0
69 A 16.8
88 B- 40.0
81 C 6.8
85 C- 24.0
98 A+ 33.6

Civista
CIVB
ClearOne
CLRO
CNBFncl
CCNE
CoastwyBnc CWAY
CcColaBtl COKE
Colony
CBAN
CmtyBnkrs ESXB
CommnityFinl TCFC
CmtyTrst
CTBI
ConcertPhrm CNCE
Concordia CXRX
ConstellB STZB
CnsmrPrt
CPSS
CoresiteRlty COR
Cott
COT
CrwnMdia CRWN
Cyanotech CYAN
DCTIndust DCT
DHT Hldgs DHT
DLHHldngs DLHC
DNBFcl
DNBF
Dermira
DERM
DHX Media DHXM
DiamHill
DHIL
Digi
DGII
Diversicare DVCR
DotHill
HILL
EagleBanc EBMT
Earthlink
ELNK
ElbitSys
ESLT
EldoradoRsrts ERI
EMCInsr
EMCI
Emcore
EMKR
EnantPharm ENTA
EnergyFocus EFOI
Ent Gmg Asia EGT
EqLifestyle ELS
Escalade
ESCA
ESSABp
ESSA
Exelixis
EXEL
ExtraSpace EXR
FS Bancorp FSBW
FarmersCptl FFKT
Fidel&GurLfe FGL
FrstAccept FAC
FrstBancorp FNLC
Fstbancshr FBMS
FrstBus
FBIZ
FrstBusey BUSE
FirstCaptl FCAP
Cloverleaf FCLF
FrstCmty
FCCO
FirComntyFnl FCFP
FstConn
FBNK
FrstDefnce FDEF
FstFdNoMI FFNM
First Found FFWM
First Internet INBK

Closing
Vol%
Price Chg Chg

10.20
12.72
17.59
11.33
162.11
8.90
5.04
22.90
35.06
17.00
78.22
123.99
5.61
48.34
11.34
4.64
7.95
34.51
7.68
2.73
27.13
24.43
6.56
192.10
9.83
12.75
5.67
11.14
8.41
85.43
8.98
24.34
7.34
46.43
13.92
2.34
57.78
18.22
12.92
5.89
75.34
23.90
25.98
24.91
3.03
18.67
17.40
43.83
6.41
26.32
9.15
12.21
7.00
15.68
38.17
6.25
22.00
34.47

-0.15
-0.38
-0.17
-0.17
-3.66
-0.03
-0.05
0.12
-0.16
-0.25
-3.59
3.21
-0.15
-0.84
-0.09
-0.44
-0.09
0.10
0.13
0.00
-0.31
2.35
0.08
1.30
-0.16
-0.16
-0.50
-0.19
-0.17
1.27
0.22
-0.06
0.18
-3.92
0.53
0.25
-0.08
0.59
-0.04
-0.39
0.65
0.62
-0.18
-0.44
-0.21
-0.08
-0.05
0.15
-0.03
0.32
-0.05
0.04
0.10
-0.25
-0.25
-0.05
1.50
0.97

-76
49
-26
-98
-9
195
-90
-89
-20
21
-42
-57
-73
50
19
224
-55
0
-10
-73
-56
999
-87
-27
-64
-67
222
-79
-1
-7
76
-54
21
60
184
350
-26
-26
-92
16
-30
-35
-73
-3
118
-31
-96
-53
-58
-60
-77
-31
-96
-71
-31
84
999
163

R Acc 52-Wk
S Dis High Stock

19
69
50
9
44
68
28
37
29
28
30
48
17
59
15
92
31
35
45
37
46
46
55
33
30
30
71
27
86
34
70
31
34
32
14
35
71
63
47
31
26
26
39
68
76
30

E
B+
AE
BAC
D+
E
D
C
DE
D+
E
B
E
CCD+
BDB
DE
C
BE
BBBDC
DC
D
B+
B+
BE
D+
CBBA
C

12.4
22.6
13.3
11.5
13.6
31.7
45.3
19.3
18.8
13.9
10.1
38.3
24.2
15.0
5.6
21.5
20.0
49.6
84.9
31.2
30.0
48.3
30.3
15.8
34.2
24.5
34.3
10.6
34.5
11.7
3.3
17.6
8.7
15.3
13.5
22.0
85.7
28.5
31.6
20.8
43.6
11.8
41.4
48.9
21.9
15.6

Closing
Vol% %
Symbol Price Chg Chg Yld

FelCorLdg
FCH
FirstIndust FR
FirstPotomac FPO
Five Oaks Inv OAKS
FranklnSt
FSP
GenGrwthPpty GGP
GeoGrpReit GEO
GettyRlty
GTY
Gladstone
GOOD
GladstoneLd LAND
GlobalNetLs GNL
Gmg/LesPptys GLPI
GovtPrpty
GOV
GreatAjax
AJX
Gyrodyne
GYRO
HannonArm HASI
HatterasFin HTS
HCP
HCP
HealthCare HCN
HealthcreRlty HR
HershaHosp HT
Highwood
HIW
HlthcTrAmer HTA
HMG
HMG
Hosp Prop Tr HPT
HostHtls
HST
HudsonPac HPP
IndepnRealtyTrIRT
InfraReit
HIFR
InlandRE
IRC
Innsuites
IHT
InvescoMrtg IVR
InvestrsRE IRET
iStarFincl
STAR
Javeline Mortg JMI
JerniganCap JCAP
Kilroy Rlty KRC
KimcoRlty
KIM
KiteRealty KRG
Ladder Cap A LADR
LaSalleHotl LHO
LexngtonRlty LXP
LibertyPpty LPT
LTC Ppty
LTC
MackCali
CLI
MedicalPrpty MPW

8.50
20.68
11.50
6.84
11.56
27.44
34.36
16.63
15.74
9.95
8.13
33.07
16.68
13.82
2.93
19.38
16.22
37.95
68.49
24.25
25.98
41.91
25.10
11.05
26.59
18.95
30.84
7.94
32.17
9.55
2.48
14.09
7.15
12.38
7.00
18.63
71.80
24.82
25.91
15.96
32.10
8.71
33.20
43.49
20.76
12.26

-0.06
-0.08
0.10
-0.17
0.02
0.36
-0.54
0.07
-0.04
-0.11
-0.02
-0.09
0.05
0.03
0.03
-0.35
0.01
-0.63
-0.06
0.04
-0.52
0.10
-0.04
0.00
-0.20
0.12
0.11
-0.11
-0.83
-0.07
-0.37
-0.01
0.04
-0.23
-0.07
-0.12
0.20
0.17
0.00
0.51
-0.27
0.05
-0.11
-0.33
0.12
-0.39

33 1.9
60 2.5
0 5.2
-23 17.5
0 6.6
-2 2.5
41 7.2
-18 5.3
33 9.5
-24 4.8
-19 8.7
-21 6.6
53 10.3
-33 6.4
-58 ..
-7 5.4
2 12.3
-1 6.0
31 4.8
48 4.9
-13 4.3
36 4.1
8 4.6
-100 ..
27 7.5
8 4.2
-12 1.6
-65 9.1
9 2.8
-38 6.0
216 0.4
-28 12.8
-25 7.3
-13 ..
18 15.4
18 7.5
-29 1.9
35 3.9
22 4.2
-27 6.3
-2 5.6
-35 7.8
64 5.7
34 4.7
-44 2.9
1314 7.2

R Acc 52-Wk
S Dis High Stock

37
77
33
70
43
43
35
70
47
13
59
31
26
36
46
60
8
35
68
49
40
49
22
55
48
49
63
30
8
77
39
53
43
79
91
16
39
17
60
21
63
8
64
42
45
38

C
B
B
B+
B
C+
DDE
E
BDDE
BBE
DB
C+
DBBC
BC+
B+
C
DD+
B
BAB
A+
DBD
C+
D+
C+
E
B+
B
CC

8.5
83.5
12.1
10.0
77.0
44.4
13.8
17.9
5.5
19.8
11.4
15.3
19.7
8.2
45.5
25.9
15.0
31.5
17.0
20.2
50.2
25.3
23.1
18.1
20.1
45.3
63.8
44.2
11.3
11.7
21.5
47.6
88.9
207.3
44.6
8.2
20.2
34.7
55.5
20.4
70.8
5.5
18.7
18.2
16.8
36.3

INVESTORS.COM
Closing
Vol% %
Symbol Price Chg Chg Yld

MFAFincl
MidAmAp
MonmouthRE
Monogm Resi
NatlHlthInv
NatlRetailPty
NatlStrgAff
New Resi Inv
Newcastle
NewSeniorInv
NewYorkReit
NexPointRes
NorthStarRlty
NYMrtg
OmegaHlthcre
OneLiberty
Orchid Island
Outfrnt Media
Owens Realty
Paramount G
Pebblebrook
PennREIT
Pennymac
PhysicinsRlty
PiedmontOff
PlumCreek
PostPrptys
Potlatch
PowerReit
PrefdAptCmn
PrkwyProp
Prologis
PSBusParks
PublicStor
QTS Realty
RAIT Fin
RamcoGers
Rayonier
RealtyIncome
Redwood
RegencyCtrs
ResourceCap
RetailOpp
RetailPrpsAm
Rexford Indus
RLJLodging

MFA
MAA
MNR
MORE
NHI
NNN
NSA
NRZ
NCT
SNR
NYRT
NXRT
NRF
NYMT
OHI
OLP
ORC
OUT
ORM
PGRE
PEB
PEI
PMT
DOC
PDM
PCL
PPS
PCH
PW
APTS
PKY
PLD
PSB
PSA
QTS
RAS
RPT
RYN
O
RWT
REG
RSO
ROIC
RPAI
REXR
RLJ

7.41
80.55
9.82
9.65
63.87
36.70
11.76
14.61
4.64
12.52
10.35
12.32
15.85
7.10
36.11
22.70
8.43
25.00
14.53
17.64
39.39
21.57
16.50
15.64
18.11
41.28
57.57
35.00
4.83
10.46
17.27
40.69
76.35
207.49
42.11
5.39
16.56
22.71
47.53
14.73
63.25
2.97
16.75
14.90
14.17
28.46

SmartSelect Composite Rating


E
P R Acc 52-Wk
6 S S Dis Hi Stock
Symbol

SmartSelect Composite Rating


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

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

18.87
44.60
20.23
40.71
31.99
17.21
10.50
29.59
27.71
8.48
9.44
12.25
28.00
53.87
14.99
12.41
13.42
21.85
11.43
8.05
15.85
116.22
24.55
74.49
18.33
25.04
14.73
12.47
9.83
14.66
57.11
4.36
31.00
6.92
15.85
23.81
25.87
12.75
9.33
68.37
6.60
10.36
47.94
11.45
71.80
7.65
4.72
16.14
18.60
13.80
13.27
12.06
6.05
12.94
20.61
9.91
6.00
10.60
49.94
10.00
15.28
3.92
20.50

51
84
77
87
73
96
77
81
55
60
41
98
83
78
85
98
76
99
97
89
73
89
70
98
91
77
97
38
77
47
94
92
68
77
89
73
52
77
39
86
74
4
83
54
77
77
77
81
88
80
88
45
95
34
96
73
95
97
90
95
77
77
77

82 C 19.5
98 .. 51.9
90 A- 20.8
88 C 46.1
92 B+ 32.0
71 B 17.4
86 C- 13.4
70 B- 31.0
64 B+ 29.9
95 A- 8.4
84 A- 9.6
93 C 15.4
61 C+ 31.0
85 A- 54.5
76 C 15.5
97 A- 14.2
77 A- 14.5
85 B- 24.9
94 A 11.7
74 D+ 8.9
81 A- 16.3
90 A- 126.2
80 B- 25.5
74 B- 77.5
87 A+ 18.4
74 B- 26.8
92 C- 15.2
88 B- 13.9
98 B 11.4
85 A 14.6
71 B- 61.8
67 B+ 5.0
98 A- 38.0
86 A 10.5
78 C+ 19.0
99 B- 27.0
87 D+ 26.0
85 B 14.9
96 B+ 10.2
88 A- 72.2
92 B- 9.5
98 B+ 11.7
70 A- 50.7
84 B- 11.8
71 B+ 85.7
71 E 9.0
89 B- 7.9
69 B 17.9
86 A- 19.9
80 B 14.4
97 A- 14.8
97 B 13.9
87 B 6.5
99 A+ 14.5
83 .. 21.3
92 B 10.5
84 B+ 6.2
41 D+ 12.8
96 C 49.9
88 D- 11.2
91 B+ 15.3
85 D- 4.8
83 C 32.0

FrstMdwst FMBI
Fitbit A
FIT
FlagstarBanc FBC
Flexsteel
FLXS
Formula
FORTY
FoxChase FXCB
GamPtrs
GPIC
GermAm
GABC
GlobalIndy GBLI
GlblSrcs
GSOL
GDEN
GDEN
GrayTelA
GTNA
GreenCnty GCBC
Gruma
GMK
GuarntyFd GFED
Hackett
HCKT
HmsphrMed HMTV
HenssyAdvs HNNA
HrtgCmmrc HTBK
HrtgOaks
HEOP
HFFncl
HFFC
Hingham
HIFS
HomeBnc HBCP
HomePrpty HME
HomtrstBnc HTBI
Horizon
HBNC
HowardBanc HBMD
Immersion IMMR
Immucell ICCC
Indpndnt
IBCP
Indst BachocoIBA
InfoSvcs
III
Intergroup INTG
IntrntGold IGLD
Investar Hdg ISTR
Iradimed
IRMD
Ituran
ITRN
JacksonvilBc JAXB
JakksPacif JAKK
JamesHardie JHX
Jiayuan
DATE
JuniperPhrm JNP
KanCityLife KCLI
KearnyFncl KRNY
Kilroy Rlty KRC
Kingstone KINS
Kingtone
KONE
LCNB
LCNB
LNBBanc
LNBB
Laporte
LPSB
LeMaitr
LMAT
LexiPhrm LXRX
Lionbridge LIOX
Lipocine
LPCN
Live Oak
LOB
LSIIndust
LYTS
MBTFncl
MBTF
Mackinc
MFNC
Magnetek MAG
MagyarBanc MGYR
MalvernBanc MLVF
MhBCap
LOAN
Mannatech MTEX

-0.19
-7.04
-0.18
-0.08
0.73
-0.18
0.38
0.05
-0.44
0.20
-0.16
-1.80
0.76
0.60
0.24
-0.54
-0.53
-0.25
-0.05
-0.02
-0.13
-0.51
-0.19
0.23
-0.02
0.12
0.06
-0.14
-0.66
0.22
0.03
0.00
-1.34
-0.04
0.15
-0.50
0.32
-0.90
-0.33
-1.19
0.04
0.23
-0.36
0.06
0.20
-0.07
0.06
0.02
0.12
0.15
-0.54
-0.84
0.18
-0.12
-0.04
0.24
-0.02
-0.14
0.19
0.00
0.05
-0.08
-0.50

-45
72
0
-1
-47
-77
-27
-27
177
-34
77
400
193
26
-89
-1
17
-63
27
-62
-39
81
-81
-50
-34
-34
-2
23
73
95
100
-71
-69
-21
-46
-2
12
-99
-39
-73
-81
65
61
-56
-29
-56
-33
-74
-28
-89
34
9
88
-15
-95
-30
-49
-56
21
-96
110
30
128

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

72
69
67
72
91
74
97
88
62
87
77
53
82
55
93
57
78
55
97
74
77
77
21
77
66
95
61
53
82
64
64
56
68
80
83
90
86
95
48
77
73
41
88
89
97
70
74
94
57
53
41
84
53
17
95
70
95
83
26
76
77
77
80
71

84 B+ 83.3
99 A- 6.2
93 B 2.9
97 A 126.0
90 B+ 31.3
87 B- 11.7
77 B 83.5
57 B- 19.3
69 B 16.5
83 A- 34.0
88 B- 4.2
93 C+ 19.9
67 D+ 14.8
95 A 7.5
82 A- 25.9
86 A- 13.1
87 B- 6.2
94 A 82.0
66 D+ 17.0
77 B- 6.7
90 C- 10.8
89 B 4.5
91 A 6.8
99 B 11.2
70 A 9.2
84 D- 7.3
84 A- 10.4
75 B 7.9
69 B 13.3
88 B+ 25.2
99 A- 5.8
54 B 11.8
77 C 19.1
69 B- 15.7
58 D- 21.5
71 B- 17.0
67 B+ 15.9
94 B 40.0
96 A 4.1
55 B- 7.8
84 B- 9.2
91 B+ 20.8
71 B- 7.8
47 .. 42.5
72 .. 17.8
76 B- 19.1
97 A 2.8
74 D+ 10.0
69 B+ 16.6
92 B+ 16.9
95 A 12.7
81 B+ 32.4
94 B 7.0
97 B+ 11.2
81 B 13.7
82 B- 12.3
85 B 23.2
88 D- 23.2
91 A+ 44.6
92 B- 7.5
88 B+ 3.2
74 C 15.2
65 D+ 23.1
92 B- 20.3

-0.06
0.85
-0.13
0.20
-0.65
-0.03
-0.59
-0.61
-0.14
-0.05
0.09
-0.34
-0.15
-0.06
-0.11
0.06
0.19
-0.30
-0.47
-0.05
-0.86
0.23
-1.15
-0.14
0.00
-0.28
0.49
-0.11
0.02
-0.48
-0.18
0.21
-0.16
1.86
-0.61
0.04
0.00
-1.68
0.15
-0.60
-0.07
-0.08
-0.15
0.15
-0.26
-0.51

29 10.8
26 3.8
-10 6.1
-2 3.1
2 5.3
-16 4.7
-13 ..
144 12.3
0 10.3
13 7.3
-42 4.4
-49 6.7
25 10.1
114 15.2
-3 6.1
-30 6.9
-27 19.9
79 5.4
-79 1.9
-64 1.2
-17 3.1
25 3.9
380 14.8
-19 5.8
-29 4.6
-13 4.3
-28 3.1
24 4.3
-91 ..
59 6.9
-14 4.3
11 3.9
-30 2.6
-18 3.3
-33 3.0
2 13.4
-36 4.8
194 4.4
1 4.8
34 7.6
48 3.1
98 21.5
133 4.1
10 4.4
-60 3.8
105 4.6

R Acc 52-Wk
S Dis High Stock

55
60
34
53
20
18
1
72
71
46
36
79
26
22
52
36
68
79
62
82
34
35
60
65
49
42
76
43
59
63
42
27
40
46
39
56
56
37
7
31
70
20
34
65
42
36

E
D+
B
D+
E
DBB
C
BB
DDCCBB
E
CE
C
BB
DB
C
C+
D
E
C+
DBDB
B
B
E
C
DC
DE
C
D

21.8
65.0
34.4
60.9
28.6
23.8
40.7
17.1
206.3
135.8
8.7
97.8
13.0
27.6
28.4
24.8
24.1
14.3
14.6
71.4
18.0
40.8
85.3
24.0
19.5
11.0
35.5
10.6
20.0
57.5
25.4
24.3
20.1
81.9
115.7
30.1
38.5
37.0
5.2
16.4
16.0
19.7
73.9
15.3
24.4
19.5

Closing
Vol% %
Symbol Price Chg Chg Yld

RousePrprts
RymanHspPrp
SabraHlthcr
SaulCenters
SelectIncme
SeniorHouse
SeritageGrw A
SilverBayRlty
SimonPrpty
SLGreenRlty
SothrlyHotls
SovranSlfSt
SpiritRealty
StagIndust
Starwd
Starwd
Store Capital
StrategicHtls
SummitHotl
SunCommty
SunstoneHotl
TangerFact
TaubmanCtr
TerrenoRlty
TierReit
TwoHarbors
UDR INC
UMHPrptys
UnitdDvlpFd
UnivrslHR
Urban Edge
UrstadBddleA
UrstadtBiddle
Ventas
VornadoRlty
Washington
Weingarten
Weyerhaus
WheelerReit
Whitestone
WinthropRlty
WP Glimcher
WPCarey
WstrnAsset
XeniaHotel
Zais Finl

RSE
RHP
SBRA
BFS
SIR
SNH
SRG
SBY
SPG
SLG
SOHO
SSS
SRC
STAG
SWAY
STWD
STOR
BEE
INN
SUI
SHO
SKT
TCO
TRNO
TIER
TWO
UDR
UMH
UDF
UHT
UE
UBA
UBP
VTR
VNO
WRE
WRI
WY
WHLR
WSR
FUR
WPG
WPC
WMC
XHR
ZFC

17.49
53.23
26.04
51.46
19.64
16.81
37.10
16.45
189.90
113.81
7.12
95.13
10.04
18.94
25.00
21.80
21.20
13.34
12.44
67.73
14.03
32.43
74.94
21.07
17.58
9.81
34.12
9.54
17.78
48.74
21.94
18.68
17.06
66.99
95.17
26.48
34.70
30.66
1.92
13.05
14.81
13.14
60.55
13.38
19.92
15.64

SmartSelect Composite Rating


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

MCormV
MKCV
MergeHlth MRGE
Merus Labs MSLI
MesaLbs
MLAB
MetroBanc METR
MGIC
MTG
MidAmAp MAA
Middlburg MBRG
MidPenn
MPB
Midwestone MOFG
Mitek Sys MITK
Momo A
MOMO
MonrchF
MNRK
Monster
MWW
MutualFrst MFSF
NCIA
NCIT
NAPCOSec NSSC
NatlPresto NPK
NatlSecrty NSEC
NaturalAlter NAII
Naugatuck NVSL
NaviosAc
NNA
NeoGenomics NEO
Neophtncs NPTN
Newbridge NBBC
Nomura
NMR
Northeast NBN
NECmty
NECB
NthtBnc
NWBI
Nutractcl
NUTR
NymoxPhar NYMX
OakValley OVLY
Oceanfirst OCFC
OceaSh
OSHC
OconeeFdrl OFED
OldLine
OLBK
OldPoint
OPOF
OmegaFlx OFLX
OncogenexPh OGXI
Oxbridge Re OXBR
P&FIndust PFIN
Palmetto
PLMT
ParkStrlng PSTB
Paypal
PYPL
People'sUtah PUB
PeoplesNc PEBK
PlanetPay PLPM
Plumas
PLBC
PoageBank PBSK
PowerSec POWR
Pozen
POZN
Press Ganey PGND
PrimoWtr PRMW
Progenics PGNX
Pulaski
PULB
PzenaInv n PZN
QAD I B
QADB
QCRHldg
QCRH
QTS Realty QTS
RTI Surgical RTIX
Radisys
RSYS
ReadgIntB RDIB
Realpage
RP
RegnlMgmt RM

83.29
7.11
2.42
119.57
30.50
10.87
80.55
18.43
16.41
31.20
3.63
16.04
13.14
7.06
24.19
12.18
5.82
81.05
14.30
5.98
10.65
4.02
5.89
8.88
8.54
6.98
10.49
7.63
12.72
24.71
2.51
9.73
18.03
15.17
19.30
15.80
15.65
32.81
3.04
6.32
8.48
19.95
7.28
38.85
17.30
18.98
2.69
9.28
15.71
15.35
11.19
30.51
6.45
7.87
13.36
10.60
21.00
21.42
42.11
6.74
2.77
13.08
19.30
19.35

0.04
1.70
-0.15
1.40
-0.15
-0.08
0.85
0.08
0.31
-0.42
-0.13
-0.36
0.06
-0.22
-0.07
-0.44
-0.03
0.61
0.01
-0.01
-0.03
0.03
-0.11
-0.03
-0.14
-0.04
0.15
-0.08
0.02
0.29
-0.02
-0.32
0.12
-0.11
-0.05
0.01
0.07
0.65
-0.01
-0.04
-0.11
-0.28
-0.01
-0.42
-0.13
0.38
-0.08
-0.11
0.13
0.48
-0.51
-1.55
-0.07
-0.77
0.00
0.00
0.00
-0.03
-0.61
-0.18
-0.04
-0.50
-0.08
-0.04

17
999
-73
5
109
-48
26
-25
-59
-62
-54
-79
-58
21
-47
3
-60
5
-90
-96
-83
-24
-29
20
-68
-71
-51
-77
-3
68
-64
10
-36
-18
-78
-80
56
-64
37
-50
-7
-77
-27
-62
-34
96
37
-96
-83
161
-15
-28
-36
-15
-42
-35
117
-75
-33
-20
-51
-55
230
-46

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

74
59
90
87
86
90
77
87
76
53
53
72
77
86
79
86
68
98
80
84
96
69
82
63
77
99
66
93
99
87
71
77
64
43
73
65
97
61
79
93
42
77
77
68
90
95
82
90
97
73
60
99
63
80
82
87
77
98
94
99
77
86
69
30

74 D 87.4
76 B 27.0
84 B- 11.9
74 B- 34.4
97 B 11.9
91 D+ 11.7
89 A- 11.6
97 B 8.1
79 A- 31.6
79 B+ 5.1
96 B+ 42.1
57 D- 18.1
98 C+ 12.8
71 E 7.2
76 B 4.0
75 D+ 22.4
90 B+ 9.4
92 A- 21.2
69 D- 20.9
64 E 13.1
79 B 97.8
79 B+ 9.2
95 B 10.0
68 B+ 13.1
88 B 6.5
68 B- 24.1
91 B+ 30.0
80 B 13.1
61 C+ 14.3
82 C- 71.4
86 B 12.8
91 C+ 6.0
93 A 32.7
88 B+ 15.0
96 B 7.9
86 A 25.8
69 B- 11.6
80 .. 33.0
94 B- 9.0
95 D+ 11.5
78 A 16.0
91 B- 10.5
91 B+ 4.5
67 B+ 29.3
76 B- 16.0
84 B- 14.3
50 B 5.7
68 A 39.0
72 D 12.6
91 B 58.9
83 A- 15.5
83 B 17.9
97 D- 16.5
86 B 45.4
97 B+ 6.7
82 A- 17.9
77 A 18.6
91 C 8.1
91 C 107.8
75 B- 26.8
98 A 23.1
90 D- 10.3
92 C 5.5
98 A+ 21.6

Rentrak
RENT
Republ
RBCAA
SB Finl Grp SBFG
Salisbury
SAL
Sapiens
SPNS
SciClone
SCLN
Scorpio
STNG
SecrtyNtl
SNFCA
Seneca A
SENEA
Severn
SVBI
Shopify
SHOP
Sierra
BSRR
SigmaDsgn SIGM
Simulatns SLP
Sirius XM SIRI
SoundFinlBn SFBC
Southcst
SOCB
SthrnFst
SFST
SthrnMO
SMBC
SthrnNtl
SONA
SovranSlfSt SSS
StdrdPac
SPF
Star Gas LP SGU
State Natl CosSNC
Stewrdship SSFN
Store Capital STOR
Suffolk
SUBK
SumitFncl SMMF
SummitSt SSBI
SunCommty SUI
Sussex
SBBX
Synergetc SURG
TakeTwoIS TTWO
Tecnoglass TGLS
TeekTnk n TNK
TerritrlBanc TBNK
Timberland TSBK
Topbuild
BLD
Transact
TACT
TRC
TRR
TriumphBanc TBK
TsakosE
TNP
Ultralife
ULBI
UnionBank UNB
UnitdBcOH UBOH
UtdCmy
UCBA
USecBc
UBFO
Unitil
UTL
UnityBanc UNTY
Universal
UVV
VandaPhar VNDA
Veritex Hdg VBTX
Vimicro
VIMC
Virgin Amer VA
Vonage
VG
WashFirstBk WFBI
Westbry Bnc WBB
WllmVlyVn WVVI
Winmark
WINA
Wolverine WBKC
WrldWrstlng WWE
Zagg
ZAGG
Zix
ZIXI
Zogenix
ZGNX

0.18
0.39
0.05
-0.20
0.03
-0.21
0.05
0.05
1.20
-0.04
0.00
0.14
0.08
-0.14
0.67
-0.20
0.10
0.11
-0.28
-0.01
0.01
-0.04
1.16
0.50
0.27
-0.03
0.17
0.05
0.03
0.12
0.31
-0.08
-0.14
0.56
-0.47
-0.05
-0.14
-0.13
0.00
0.06
-0.01
-0.13
0.52
0.24
-0.17
-0.20

Closing
Vol%
Price Chg Chg

62.78
25.61
11.05
30.70
12.26
8.84
10.66
8.14
30.63
5.08
36.28
16.57
9.64
6.47
3.91
20.20
9.29
20.75
19.44
11.62
95.13
8.46
9.29
10.70
6.04
21.20
28.78
12.35
13.54
67.73
12.19
4.70
31.54
12.86
7.18
25.55
10.92
28.78
7.94
9.42
14.06
9.29
4.33
26.39
15.92
13.78
5.06
35.65
9.75
57.79
12.20
16.20
10.75
34.88
6.22
17.32
17.45
7.41
101.46
25.50
21.92
7.79
4.80
18.92

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54 5.3
10 6.3
14 3.3
-20 10.2
6 9.3
31 ..
26 2.9
7 3.0
-30 2.1
33 4.5
5 3.6
-38 6.8
-41 7.3
3 2.2
2 8.8
-54 4.7
4 ..
6 3.8
25 3.8
65 3.6
-18 3.5
2 3.0
9 3.0
-31 ..
16 10.6
-16 3.3
-58 7.5
-77 9.2
-8 5.3
112 3.6
-50 5.5
-86 5.3
34 4.7
8 2.6
-56 4.5
28 4.0
-19 3.8
-23 10.9
40 8.7
235 4.4
-8 7.6
-1 6.3
35 20.3
-38 4.6
75 10.2

-3.65
0.00
0.03
-0.30
0.39
-0.31
0.00
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INVESTOR'S BUSINESS DAILY

FRIDAY, AUGUST 7, 2015

B1

IBD SECTOR LEADERS


Sector Leaders

568.4%

S&P 500
ACADIA HEALTHCARE INC (ACHC)
49.4M Shares

Performance vs. the S&P 500 since 3/6/2009

207.3%

99 Comp. Rating

YTD +35%
99 EPS

95 RS

o$82.84

ALLERGAN PLC (AGN)

12% ROE

388.5M Shares

o$319.47

ARISTA NETWORKS INC (ANET)

16% ROE

32.6M Shares 98 Comp. Rating 99 EPS 89 RS 33% ROE 2014 IPO

66.4M Shares 95 Comp. Rating 98 EPS 96 RS 7% ROE 2014 IPO

DEVELOPS GENERIC AND BRANDED DRUGS FOR HYPERTENSION, SLEEP DISORDER,


CONTRACEPTION, PAIN AND OTHERS.

YTD +24%

PROVIDES CLOUD NETWORKING SOFTWARE AND HARDWARE FOR INTERNET AND


CLOUD SERVICE PROVIDERS, AND NEXT-GEN DATA CENTERS.

IRELAND-BASED PROVIDER OF AIRCRAFT LEASING WITH A FLEET OF 137 AIRCRAFT TO 49 CUSTOMERS IN 28 COUNTRIES.

Ann. EPS Growth +76% PE 45 Avg. Daily Vol 763,100 Debt 8%


Last Qtr Eps +100%`Next Qtr Eps Est +24% Last Qtr Sales +53%
3 Q's Avg Eps +93%
Eps Due 8/7e Group 56
R&D 25%

Ann. EPS Growth +55% PE 15 Avg. Daily Vol 274,200 Debt 6%


Last Qtr Eps +83%`Next Qtr Eps Est +41% Last Qtr Sales +38%
PreTax Mgn 18%
Eps Due 10/28e Group 120

99 Comp. Rating

97 EPS

91 RS

PROVIDES PSYCHIATRIC SERVICES FOR BEHAVIORAL HEALTH DISORDERS


THROUGH 78 TREATMENT FACILITIES WITH 5,800 BEDS

Ann. EPS Growth +40% PE 43 Avg. Daily Vol 758,500 Debt 121%
Last Qtr Eps +78%`Next Qtr Eps Est +26% Last Qtr Sales+112%
3 Q's Avg Eps +64% PreTax Mgn 12%
Eps Due 10/29e Group 4

Ann. EPS Growth +46% PE 20 Avg. Daily Vol 2,139,800 Debt 52%
Last Qtr Eps +29%`Next Qtr Eps Est +38% Last Qtr Sales+116%
3 Q's Avg Eps +25% PreTax Mgn 28%
Eps Due 11/5e Group 17
R&D 8%

Acc/Dis B+
UpDown Vol 0.8

Acc/Dis AUpDown Vol 1.1

Near 81.86 three-weeks-tight entry.

Back in buy range from 315.10 cup with handle entry.

BLACKHAWK NETWORK INC (HAWK)

YTD +14% o$44.17

YTD +22%

o$115.30

LANNETT COMPANY INC (LCI)

1440M Shares

97 EPS

99% ROE

29.7M Shares

OPERATES A PAYMENT NETWORK IN THE U.S. AND 21 OTHER COUNTRIES TO


OFFER GIFT CARDS AND OTHER PREPAID PRODUCTS

Ann. EPS Growth +36% PE 22 Avg. Daily Vol 607,800 Debt 129%
Last Qtr Eps +36%aNext Qtr Eps Est +233% Last Qtr Sales +31%
3 Q's Avg Eps +105% PreTax Mgn 8%
Eps Due 10/6 Group 47

YTD +45%

$28.75

Triggers 8-week hold rule after breakout over 24.92.

o$56.51

PAYCOM SOFTWARE INC (PAYC)

33% ROE

12.8M Shares 98 Comp. Rating 99 EPS 97 RS 24% ROE 2014 IPO

DEVELOPS THERAPEUTICS TO TREAT VIRAL, FUNGAL, RESPIRATORY AND CARDIOVASCULAR DISEASES.

DEVELOPS GENERIC VERSIONS OF DRUGS THAT TREAT THYROID DEFICIENCY,


MIGRAINES, EPILEPSY, GLAUCOMA AND OTHER CONDITIONS.

PROVIDES CLOUD-BASED HUMAN CAPITAL MANAGEMENT SOFTWARE THAT


MANAGES EMPLOYMENT LIFE CYCLE FOR EMPLOYERS AND EMPLOYEES.

Ann. EPS Growth +91% PE 11 Avg. Daily Vol 10,540,300 Debt 81%
Last Qtr Eps +33%aNext Qtr Eps Est +53% Last Qtr Sales +26%
3 Q's Avg Eps +158% PreTax Mgn 65%
R&D 11%

Ann. EPS Growth +337% PE 15 Avg. Daily Vol 745,900 Debt 0%


Last Qtr Eps +54%aNext Qtr Eps Est +34% Last Qtr Sales +24%
3 Q's Avg Eps +181%
Eps Due 8/25 Group 17
R&D 10%

Ann. EPS Growth +81% PE 112 Avg. Daily Vol 578,100 Debt 35%
Last Qtr Eps +150%aNext Qtr Eps Est +20% Last Qtr Sales +47%
3 Q's Avg Eps +283% PreTax Mgn 11%
Eps Due 11/4e Group 46
R&D 3%

99 Comp. Rating

Acc/Dis AUpDown Vol 1.4


Sup/Demand 78

84 RS

YTD +32%

99 Comp. Rating

99 EPS

Acc/Dis B+
UpDown Vol 1.1

Easing, but still 9% past 40.67 entry from consolidation.

New flat base shows 123.47 entry.

ULTA SALON COSM & FRAG (ULTA)

VALEANT PHARMACEUTICALS (VRX)

88 RS

Acc/Dis B
UpDown Vol 1.0
Sup/Demand 90

Consolidating around 10-week line after failed breakout.

YTD +74% o$248.40

ZEBRA TECH CORP CL A (ZBRA)

YTD +35%

95 Comp. Rating

95 EPS

Double-bottom base shows 39.27 buy point.

49.1M Shares

OPERATES 774 BEAUTY STORES IN 47 STATES OFFERING HAIRCARE, COSMETICS


AND OTHER PRODUCTS, AS WELL AS SALON SERVICES.

DEVELOPS BRANDED DRUGS IN THE AREAS OF DERMATOLOGY, NEUROLOGY


AND EYE HEALTH AND OTC PRODUCTS.

MANUFACTURES DIRECT THERMAL AND THERMAL TRANSFER PRINTERS, RFID


PRINTER/ENCODERS AND DYE SUBLIMATION CARD PRINTERS.

Ann. EPS Growth +25% PE 39 Avg. Daily Vol 800,900 Debt 0%


Last Qtr Eps +35%`Next Qtr Eps Est +19% Last Qtr Sales +22%
3 Q's Avg Eps +28% PreTax Mgn 13%
Eps Due 9/11e Group 59

Ann. EPS Growth +37% PE 26 Avg. Daily Vol 1,626,700 Debt 287%
Last Qtr Eps +34% Next Qtr Eps Est +28% Last Qtr Sales +34%
3 Q's Avg Eps +29% PreTax Mgn 36%
Eps Due 10/19 Group 6
R&D 3%

Ann. EPS Growth +21% PE 24 Avg. Daily Vol 405,500 Debt 306%
Last Qtr Eps +45%`Next Qtr Eps Est +40% Last Qtr Sales+210%
3 Q's Avg Eps +29% PreTax Mgn 15%
Eps Due 8/11 Group 126
R&D 9%

Acc/Dis B
UpDown Vol 1.0

7% gain from 246.11 entry sags to 1%.

SECTOR LEADERS REVIEW


BY KEN SHREVE
INVESTOR'S BUSINESS DAILY

Sector Leaders are fighting the good fight in a weakening


market, and two new names graced the screen this week.
Avolon HoldingsAVOL held up well during Thursdays
downdraft. It soared 16% last week. Strong earnings were
the catalyst.
Avolon cleared a 24.92 buy point during the week ended
July 17. The Ireland-based provider of aircraft leasing services went public in December at 20 a share.
Zebra TechnologiesZBRA has been under selling pressure
ahead of its earnings report next week.

o$36.96

o$104.19

328.8M Shares 99 Comp. Rating 98 EPS 97 RS 55% ROE

Acc/Dis B
UpDown Vol 1.4
Sup/Demand 80

92 RS

YTD +40%

Acc/Dis BUpDown Vol 0.9

62.9M Shares 98 Comp. Rating 97 EPS 93 RS 23% ROE 2007 IPO

Back in buy range from 159.95 flat base entry.

AVOLON HOLDINGS LIMITED (AVOL)

Acc/Dis B
UpDown Vol 1.5

Deep cup-with-handle shows 88.66 entry.

GILEAD SCIENCES INC (GILD)

o$164.80

o$81.58

Acc/Dis C+
UpDown Vol 1.2
Sup/Demand 78

13.1M Shares 98 Comp. Rating 98 EPS 94 RS 35% ROE 2013 IPO

YTD +29%

YTD +34%

20% ROE

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Acc/Dis BUpDown Vol 0.9

Selling pressure builds after giving up 111.55 add-on entry.

up 19% from a year earlier and in line with views. Sales rose
15% to $333.8 million. The results marked the second
straight quarter of decelerating growth.
Sales of Xyrem rose 30% to $247.8 million, but the drugs
aging patents are facing multiple legal challenges. Jazz also
said that its requesting priority FDA review for defibrotide,
a promising orphan drug already approved in Europe. Orphan drugs treat rare diseases.
Jazzs latest breakout attempt looks a lot like the prior
three, where a good base formed but ensuing breakouts were
short-lived. Jazz closed Thursday nearly 4% below a 191.11
buy point.

The companys acquisition of Motorola SolutionsMSI enterprise software business last year for $3.45 billion strengthened its portfolio of bar-code scanning and RFID technologies. Zebra reports Tuesday before the open.
Meanwhile, Sector Leaders overall are holding up well in
an uncertain market, but earnings season has presented challenges for some.
Longtime leader Jazz PharmaceuticalsJAZZ reported earnings late Wednesday.
Its flagship drug Xyrem has been a great success, but after a
nearly 1,500% move for the stock since a November 2010
breakout, has the big money already been made? Its a legitimate question, especially in light of recent price action.
The drugmaker reported quarterly profit of $2.41 a share,

The market-leading stocks in IBDs top-performing feature


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You Can Find Winners in IBDs New High List


Name

Stock
EPS
Symbol Price Rtg

New Highs
BANKS (12)
EntrpriseFncl EFSC
FirstInternet INBK
PeoplesNc PEBK
Ameris
ABCB
Centerstate CSFL
HmBanc
HOMB
CardnlFncl CFNL
CU Bancorp CUNB
PreferdLA PFBC
Townbk
TOWN
HomtrstBnc HTBI
Northeast
NBN
MEDICAL (8)
Abiomed
ABMD
ValeantPhar VRX
LHCGroup LHCG
Intrexon
XON
DrRedyLab RDY
BardCR
BCR
ChinaBion CBPO
Concordia CXRX

24.53
34.47
18.98
28.14
14.00
40.89
23.78
22.96
32.35
18.02
18.33
10.49

94.32
248.40
46.66
65.55
66.51
198.97
122.81
78.22

Stock
EPS
Symbol Price Rtg Name

Name

CDWCrp
CDW
WNSHldgs WNS
ABMIndust ABM
Formula FORTY
90
81
70
73
91
91
94
92
95
69
91
61

99
98
76
77
63
76
92
77

BUSINS SVC (7)


Sapiens
SPNS 12.26 86
CSGSys
CSGS 32.67 64
Kforce
KFRC 28.00 94

39.33
29.89
33.21
31.99

93
72
82
73

BUILDING (6)
USConcrete USCR 50.96
LGIHomes
LGIH 23.90
EnergyFocus EFOI 13.92
Masco
MAS 26.44
ComfortSys
FIX 29.23
MartnMariet MLM 167.72

76
99
77
94
92
79

FOOD/BEV (5)
Mondlz
MDLZ 46.81
DrPepperSnpl DPS 82.29
MCormV
MKCV 83.29
GeneralMills GIS 59.55
McCormick MKC 83.43

62
75
72
74
81

TRANSPRT
Ryanair
RYAAY
Skywst
SKYW
Allegiant
ALGT
AlaskaAir
ALK

75.65
17.20
223.96
77.75

Stock
EPS
Symbol Price Rtg

INSURNCE
UnitedFire UFCS
AmerFncl
AFG
JamesRiver JRVR
Stancorp
SFG

36.51
70.81
27.73
114.34

98
82
82
87

SOFTWARE
Informatca INFA 48.73 62
JackHenry JKHY 69.72 90
Synopsys SNPS 51.07 84
S&Ls
MalvernBanc MLVF 15.28 77
TFSFncl
TFSL 17.07 74
FoxChase
FXCB 17.21 96
REAL EST
GrupoAerPac PAC 81.93 80
PublicStor
PSA 207.49 93
ExtraSpace EXR 75.34 98

86
77 FINANCE
98 Amerco
UHAL 368.23 96
98 NdaqOx
NDAQ 52.78 70
CharlesSchw SCHW 35.10 63

RETAIL
Chuy'sHlgs CHUY 34.41 95
Penske
PAG 53.25 93
RosStores ROST 53.57 91
Luxottica
LUX 73.19 70

ALCOHL/TOB
ConstelatnsA STZ 124.18 92
BrownForman BFB 110.81 69
ConstellB
STZB 123.99 87

New High List Analysis


BY KEN HOOVER
INVESTOR'S BUSINESS DAILY

Investors lifted their glass to toast Constellation


BrandsSTZ, which hit a new high after breaking out of a flat
base the prior day.
It closed within its 5% buy range, up 0.83 to 124.18. Volume was above average.
Constellation makes and distributes beer, wine and liquor

Name

Stock
EPS
Symbol Price Rtg

Name

Stock
EPS
Symbol Price Rtg Name

New Lows
LEISURE
SabreCorp SABR 28.10 86
VistaOutdr VSTO 48.35 70 ENERGY (21)
PlainsGPA
18.65
MagellanMid
63.12
ENERGY
Transmontgn
31.23
AlonUSA
ALJ 21.00 77
Sunoco
36.25
HollyFrntier HFC 50.73 95
EntpsPrd
25.92
Dynagas
12.05
CONSUMER
Teekay
34.21
PrestigBrnd PBH 48.28 96 MPLX
47.49
EsteeLauder EL 90.04 83 GlobalPtnrs
30.54
DCPMidstrm
26.85
TELECOM
EnscoA
17.17
J2Global
JCOM 73.69 87 ConeMid
14.19
Transcanada
37.61
MEDIA
EQTGroup
30.71
WrldWrstlng WWE 21.92 77 NRGYield
15.66
AtwoodOcn
20.45
MACHINE
NobleCorp
12.38
Magnetek
MAG 49.94 90 NrgYieldC
15.65
WestrnRefng
23.91
CHEMICAL
MesaRylty
11.88
WD40
WDFC 91.07 75 PHI
27.24
APPAREL
SkechersA SKX 154.15 77
AEROSPACE
TransDigm TDG 238.18 86

RETAIL (9)
Shuttershck
KeurigGrnMt
SallyBeauty
HabitRest
Zumiez

34.42
52.67
26.81
25.03
23.06

95
79
62
93
61
95
77
60
74
91
60
61
74
92
63
94
62
63
69
74
65
93
63
68
98
91

Stock
EPS
Symbol Price Rtg

WholeFoods
Gap
UnitdNatFds
FogodeChao

34.84
34.93
45.26
19.33

83
66
87
76

REAL EST (8)


MedicalPrpty
EducationRlty
RLJLodging
Redwood
CorpOffice
HospPropTr
DmndrockHsp
LaSalleHotl

12.26
30.37
28.46
14.73
23.00
26.59
12.22
32.10

97
77
90
78
77
90
77
62

Name

Stock
EPS
Symbol Price Rtg Name

INTERNET
Zillow
Twitter
GrubHub

76.00 91
27.54 77
29.19 99

BUSINS SVC
Unisys
KellyA
CRAIntl

14.71 67
14.06 78
22.98 69

SOFTWARE
Inovalon
Tangoe

19.53 69
10.35 88

Stock
EPS
Symbol Price Rtg

Milacron

16.56 87

INSURNCE
Primerica

41.18 71

ELECTRNCS
MTSSys

61.02 66

COMPUTER
Cray

23.21 62

CHEMICAL
Huntsman

18.00 66

APPAREL
Iconix

MEDIA (7)
ViacomA
ViacomB
CBSCIB
DiscoveryA
ScrippsA
TribuneMed
WileyJohnB

44.77
44.10
52.24
29.88
58.59
44.98
51.12

LEISURE
19.60 61
76 DiscoveryC
27.97 67
76 Carmike
22.89 77 MISC
67
EmersonElec
49.74 69
67 MACHINE
MDUResrces
17.08 88
91
70 ...........................................................................................
62 NYSE (n) 47 New Highs, 311 Lows

FINANCE (7)
StonecstlFin
DiscoverFncl
VirtuFinl
FrankRes
CohenSteers
ArlingtnAsst
Marlin

15.68
53.59
20.23
44.71
29.92
18.45
15.31

77
69
74
63
63
74
61

in the U.S., Canada and New Zealand. Its five-year annualized growth rate is 22%; its earnings in the most recent quarter rose 18%. The stock has made a big move since the middle of 2012, and the latest base was late stage.
J2 GlobalJCOM broke out of a flat base Wednesday, then
touched another new high Thursday before pulling back. It
closed down 0.59 at 73.69.
The company provides Internet-based fax, email and
voicemail services. It has a five-year annualized EPS
growth rate of 14% with an Earnings Stability Factor of 4 on
a 0 to 99 scale, where low numbers correspond to stable

NASDAQ 62 New Highs, 149 Lows


AMEX (a) 2 New Highs, 24 Lows

Boldfaced stocks show high EPS Rating 90


or more. On Investors.com, see an IBD Chart,
archived story and Stock Checkup before buying. Stocks in each sector listed by % volume
increase. Stocks under 10 a share or 60 EPS are
omitted. See chart in Stock Spotlight.

earnings growth. Analysts forecast 11% profit growth this


year and 9% next year.
Nasdaq OMXNDAQ, operator of the Nasdaq stock exchange, broke out of a flat base with a 53.04 buy point. The
stock couldnt close the day above it. It closed at 52.78, up
0.31.
Nasdaq OMX has a five-year annualized EPS growth rate
of 9% and an Earnings Stability Rating of 5.
Year-over-year earnings growth has been single digits the
past four quarters, and revenue has declined the past two
quarters. Analysts expect a 15% increase in the next report.

Stocks Just Out Of Bases


Comp
Rtg Stock Name

98 Ulta Beauty

Symbol

Closing
Price

Chg

Vol%
Chg

ULTA 164.80 -2.21 -21%

Stocks Pulling Back to 10-Wk Line


Comp
Rtg Stock Name

98 Arista Networks Inc


96 Mobileye N.v.
96 Synchronoss Tech

Symbol

Closing
Price

Chg

Vol%
Chg

ANET 81.58 -3.01 +55%


MBLY 59.11 -0.34 +151%
SNCR 47.45 -1.35 -49%

Supply/Demand
SD
Rtg Stock Name

98 Ambarella Inc

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Chg

AMBA 113.28 -1.77 -62%

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MedcalHospitals
MedicalBiomed/Bth
MdcalOutpnt/HmCr
FinMrtg&RelSvc
MedicalEthicalDrgs
RetailInternet
LeisreMvies&Rel
CmpSftwrGaming
BevNonAlcoholic
ComptrSftwrScrity
LeisreGamng/Equip
TrnsprttinAirlne
BldgCnstrPrds/Msc
LeisreTrvlBking
TelcomFibrOptcs
MedicalGenercDrgs
ComptrSftwrFincl
MedicalServices
HsholdofficFurnitr
MedicalProducts
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Cosmetics/PersnlCre
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ApprelClthingMfg
IntrntNetwkSltns
MedManagedCare
Tobacco
InternetContent
MedResrchEqp/Svc
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BanksSoutheast
CmpSftwrSpcEntr
BldgMntnance&S
InsrncePrp/Cas/Titl
BanksWst/Sthwst
InsrnceDivrsified
TelcomInfrastr
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+33.0
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+22.2
+10.1
+17.5
+36.3
+23.1
+13.6
+14.9
+13.5
+5.3
+5.3
+20.7
+11.1
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+14.8
+23.4
+18.3
+7.6
+15.7
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+8.6
+11.4
+13.9
+9.2
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IPO Best Price Change


EPS & RS Rating 80 or more

Comp
Closing Price
Rtg Stock Name
Symbol Price % Chg
79 Trinseo Sa
TSE 29.84 +9.8%
82 Western Refining Inc WNR 48.35 +6.8%
98 L G I Homes Inc
LGIH 23.90 +3.0%
91 Goldman Sachs BDC GSBD 23.66 +1.6%
94 I P G Photonics Corp IPGP 94.95 +1.4%
94 Customers Bancorp CUBI 25.37 +0.6%
97 Chuy's Holdings Inc CHUY 34.41 +0.6%
92 Grupo Aero Pac Ads PAC 81.93 +0.5%
98 Prestige Brands
PBH 48.28 +0.5%
88 Walker & Dunlop Inc WD 23.37 +0.5%

Vol
% Chg
+49%
+94%
+317%
-50%
+44%
-24%
+140%
+26%
+245%
+21%

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148
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140
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167
188
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165
179
186
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150
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195
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190
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166
194
144
190
171
154
176
184
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159
168
178
149
167
177
150
137
195
196
188
139
189
179
155
191
172
181
148
182
197

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

ChemicalsPaints
ChemicalsBasic
TrnsprtEqpMfg
BanksForeign
DvrsifiedOprtions
UtilityWaterSupply
MchnryGenIndstrl
RetailDprtmntStrs
EnergyAlt/Other
ElecSemicndctrEqp
Paper&PaperProduc
TelcomConsProd
CommlSvcDocMgmt
WholesaleFood
MediaPeriodicals
TelcomCbl/SatEqp
SteelProducers
Trucks&PartsHvyD
Oil&GasTrnsprt/Pip
Oil&GasIntegrated
MchinryCnstr/Mng
AgriculturalOprtions
Oil&GasMchnry/Eq
Oil&GasFieldServic
MachnryTools&Re
FoodDairyProducts
Oil&GasUSExplPro
ComptrDataStrge
TransportationRail
RtailWhlsleOffcSup
Oil&GasDrilling
MchnryMtlHdlg
Oil&GasIntlExplPr
MetalPrdsDistribtr
MiningMetalOres
SteelSpcltyAlloys
Oil&GascdnExplPro
MiningGld/Silvr/Gms
Oil&GasRoyaltyTrust
EnergyCoal

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14.2
10.0
18.9
3.7
27.4
28.6
14.5
21.5
15.3
11.4
12.9
20.9
16.5
20.5
21.7
14.6
11.1
19.2
22.4
19.2
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25.2
24.3
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+3.4
+1.8
+1.1
+1.7
+2.2
+2.1
+2.4
+0.7
+1.4

IBD 50s Best Price % Chg


Comp
Closing
Rtg Stock Name
Symbol Price
87 Tesoro Corp
TSO 101.27
90 Papa Johns Intl Inc PZZA 72.51
94 I P G Photonics Corp IPGP 94.95
95 Epam Systems Inc EPAM 70.01
97 Pinnacle Entertnmnt PNK 39.00
99 Cognizant Tech A CTSH 67.08
90 Service Intl
SCI 30.93
98 Universal Hlthsvcs B UHS 142.52
97 Chipotle Mex Grill CMG 749.60
96 O'reilly Automot
ORLY 241.18

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B3

FRIDAY, AUGUST 7, 2015

NYSE Stocks On The Move

THE BIG PICTURE

Bears Rip Into Top Stocks;


Indexes Lose 50-Day Lines
losses in the past seven sessions:
Tableau SoftwareDATA dropped
11% on July 29. QorvoQRVO gapped
down 14% on July 30. OuterwallOUTR skidded 13% Friday. TucowsTCX slid 10% Monday.
MallinckrodtMNK and CriteoCRTO
lost 14% and 12%, respectively,
on Tuesday. Walt DisneyDIS nosedived 9% Wednesday.

BY PAUL WHITFIELD
INVESTOR'S BUSINESS DAILY

Bears came out in force Thursday, swatting the indexes solidly


south.
The Nasdaq chopped off 1.6%,
while the S&P 500 pruned 0.8%.
The IBD 50 led the carnage with
a vicious 2.9% drop.
Volume rose on both major exchanges.
The action met the definition of
a distribution day a loss in rising volume that points to institutional selling.
Few stocks escaped Thursdays
sell-off. Leaders, which until recently dodged most of the pain,
fell almost without exception.
Every stock in the Big Cap 20
fell. In the IBD 50, only one stock
rose pizza maker Papa Johns
InternationalPZZA.
The balance of losers to winners on the major indexes wasnt
nearly as dramatic. Declining issues led advancers by a 5-to-2
ratio on the Nasdaq but only
3-to-2 on the NYSE.
Among industry groups, beatendown oil stocks led the gainers.
Meanwhile, the highly rated biotechs were among the days biggest losers.
The major indexes ducked
under their 50-day lines, but
thats been a battleground for
more than four months. Moves
above and below the line have
been shallow and relatively brief.
Although Thursdays action
was ugly, the indexes stayed within recent trading ranges. The indexes remain only 2% to 3% off recent highs.
The difficulty has been earnings season, which hasnt provided much of a tailwind. Instead,
quarterly results have conjured
up some destructive gusts.
Consider some of the one-day

MAR KET P U L SE
Thursdays action:
Losses in rising volume
Current outlook:
Uptrend under pressure
Distribution days:
8 S&P 500, 3 on Nasdaq
Leaders up in volume:
AbiomedABMD
Leaders down in volume:
AMC NetworksAMCX
Gray TelevisionGTN
Heritage InsuranceHRTG
Monster BeverageMNST
ValeantVRX Walt DisneyDIS
MallinckrodtMNK BofIBOFI
Usana Health ScienceUSNA
Mohawk IndustriesMHK
Jack in the BoxJACK
Palo Alto NetworksPANW
And Thursday, hot IPO FitbitFIT
slammed 14% lower.
Unrelenting one-day losses,
such as those above, erode confidence in the market.
In economic news, chain store
sales in July showed soft results.
(See the New America article on
Page A9.) First-time jobless
claims were fewer than expected.
On Friday, market watchers
will be focused on the nonfarm
payrolls number. The consensus
is for a 212,000 increase.

Nasdaq Stocks On The Move

Stocks with high volume vs. 50-day avg.,show heavy institutional action. 80 EPS & RS or better + closing price up are boldfaced.

CompEPS Rel Acc 52-Wk


See Stock Closing
Vol Vol% CompEPS Rel Acc 52-Wk
See Stock Closing
Vol Vol%
Rtg Rnk Str Dis High Nyse Stock Chart Symbol Price Chg (1000s) Chg Rtg Rnk Str Dis High Nasd Stock Chart Symbol Price Chg (1000s) Chg

95 96 78 C+ 165.7 FleetcorTech o
80 77 95 B+ 20.34 AlonUSA o
87 94 93 A 104.4 Tesoro o
74 83 78 B 144.0 HuntgtnIngls o
85 95 87 A 51.31 HollyFrntier o
79 80 97 B+ 30.44 Trinseo
94 77 83 A 31.40 USG o

FLT 159.0
ALJ 21.00
TSO 101.3
HII 122.3
HFC 50.73
TSE 29.84
USG 31.19

61 93 4 D 84.06 Shuttershck o
15 39 11 E 50.77 Generac o
78 41 87 B 33.52 IMS Health o
87 88 80 B 122.1 WaltDisney o
41 68 32 B 35.27 SallyBeauty o
70 93 56 D 91.34 TimeWarner o
37 55 30 B 26.44 Questar o
62 43 71 B+ 50.96 XPOLogstc o
13 32 14 D 47.03 Teradata o
90 95 65 D 134.3 Mallinckrodt o
7 29 10 E 61.09 PlainAllAmer o
42 53 30 C+ 53.56 Buckle o
12 3 20 E 48.23 NexteraEnrg o
9 24 16 E 88.99 Semgrp o
85 88 72 B 63.40 BrinkerIntl o
51 69 30 B 73.27 EnerSys o
57 68 38 D 33.15 MainStCap o
47 51 28 B 65.45 Albemarle o
78 87 47 C+ 103.9 VMware o
78 91 67 C+ 87.27 MadisSqGrdn o
78 87 57 A 30.02 AmerEquity o
96 84 84 B 27.28 Heritge Ins
61 36 68 B 33.00 Godaddy A o
65 24 83 C 39.73 LionsGate o
39 70 16 E 79.11 TribuneMed o
35 79 16 E 90.08 MagellanMid o
49 90 15 E 56.20 Rackspace o
64 35 61 B+ 92.92 TreeHseFds o
12 18 8 E 74.51 TargaResrces o
64 11 87 B 54.34 Springleaf o
31 33 21 D+ 187.5 RalphLaurenA o
99 96 95 A 31.55 UnivInsurnce o
25 42 13 D 143.5 TargaRsrcs o
68 86 39 B 149.1 HarmanInd o
27 38 25 C 73.97 Mrphy USA o
93 83 89 C+ 60.34 NovoNrdsk o
14 51 14 C 52.47 SunocoLog o
13 24 21 E 50.92 HalyardHealth o
13 25 15 C 41.99 Centurylink o

SSTK 34.42
GNRC 29.10
IMS 31.00
DIS 108.6
SBH 26.81
TWX 79.15
STR 20.80
XPO 42.32
TDC 30.43
MNK 98.49
PAA 34.92
BKE 41.11
NEP 30.30
SEMG 59.68
EAT 56.48
ENS 55.50
MAIN 28.71
ALB 51.77
VMW 83.04
MSG 76.44
AEL 26.01
HRTG 21.05
GDDY 26.22
LGF 35.34
TRCO 44.98
MMP 63.12
RAX 31.50
THS 78.52
NGLS 31.51
LEAF 45.94
RL 120.2
UVE 28.29
TRGP 76.76
HAR 111.0
MUSA 50.71
NVO 57.72
SXL 33.08
HYH 33.37
CTL 27.93

+5.02
+1.01
+3.15
+5.14
+1.25
+2.66
+0.58

2,297 +300
1,979 +132
4,543 +114
591 +97
4,525 +62
370 +49
2,204 +23

16.3 5,019 +960


4.73 6,281 +835
1.10 7,126 +735
1.9857,105 +695
2.85 8,815 +632
0.6522,333 +512
1.27 5,418 +492
2.06 6,074 +480
5.84 8,308 +471
6.02 6,466 +431
1.03 7,958 +359
4.22 1,203 +356
2.49 953 +352
1.11 1,561 +325
2.86 4,048 +323
5.99 1,236 +310
1.18 871 +305
1.49 3,864 +296
3.18 4,983 +282
1.28 1,801 +274
2.06 1,600 +268
3.98 1,582 +267
3.25 2,301 +267
2.08 4,300 +262
2.54 2,500 +260
2.41 2,316 +248
1.51 6,146 +237
3.46 1,532 +231
0.71 2,722 +211
5.21 1,649 +210
1.33 2,286 +178
2.06 872 +176
1.90 1,854 +162
7.01 2,541 +160
3.07 912 +158
2.14 3,160 +153
1.29 2,032 +152
0.91 1,742 +152
0.6313,508 +149

97 76 98 B 45.55 USConcrete o
98 99 96 A 23.48 LGI Homes o
99 77 99 A 25.70 Sucampo n o
99 89 97 B+ 85.52 Amsurg A o
90 91 94 D+ 79.40 PapaJohns o
94 95 89 C+ 102.5 IPGPhoton o
90 72 99 A 26.00 Tantech

USCR 50.96
LGIH 23.90
SCMP 23.83
AMSG 84.53
PZZA 72.51
IPGP 94.95
TANH 24.76

+6.19
+0.69
+1.59
+2.26
+1.06
+1.27
+1.33

1,212 +683
792 +317
1,980 +195
898 +161
514 +51
699 +44
127 +19

35 76 9 E 82.47 ViacomB o
VIAB 44.10 7.3132,290 +970
CSTE 49.59 2.98 2,160 +845
76 91 24 C 72.01 CaesarStne o
CSII 23.22 6.13 2,750 +806
31 22 14 C 41.28 CardiovS o
25 63 4 C 158.9 KeurigGrnMt o GMCR 52.67 22.317,525 +798
ECHO 26.38 6.46 2,713 +732
72 82 54 B+ 34.35 EchoGlbLog o
FNGN 40.36 5.17 1,953 +610
83 79 76 B 46.34 FinclEngn o
FOXA 29.87 2.0593,733 +608
40 51 32 C 39.27 21stCenFx a o
AMCX 75.01 3.50 3,828 +607
77 97 82 C 87.18 AMCNtwks o
INOV 19.53 5.87 2,241 +546
46 69 17 D 33.75 Inovalon o
LAMR 54.33 6.52 3,104 +498
71 77 53 B+ 61.73 LamrAdvrt o
FOX 29.06 2.1020,680 +461
39 51 32 C 37.83 21stCenFx B o
HSNI 66.67 7.90 1,138 +428
82 85 78 A 75.43 HSN o
HABT 25.03 3.61 1,818 +398
51 98 11 E 44.20 HabitRest o
GOGO 16.96 1.33 4,490 +394
39 6 51 C 23.20 Gogo o
TSLA 246.1 24.014,612 +336
53 21 71 B 291.4 Tesla o
25 14 27 C 40.48 Cogent Comm o CCOI 29.14 1.84 2,051 +309
MELI 121.0 10.9 1,230 +302
68 70 38 D 153.4 Mercadolib o
NXST 51.95 1.99 1,164 +302
86 75 67 B 60.31 Nexstar o
STRZA 35.87 2.17 3,423 +261
57 45 80 E 46.59 Starz A o
SBGI 26.79 0.60 3,031 +259
69 75 41 B 33.54 Sinclair o
TERP 25.97 3.21 5,914 +243
15 33 18 E 42.66 TerrafrmPwr o
JACK 91.11 6.03 2,079 +238
89 85 86 B 99.99 JackInBox o
BOFI 130.4 3.02 681 +221
99 96 97 A+ 134.8 BOFIHldgs o
SHPG 240.4 13.4 1,786 +196
92 85 72 B 270.6 ShirePlc o
CMCSA 58.76 1.0538,106 +194
86 91 70 C 64.99 Comc o
HMHC 24.19 1.90 2,703 +190
39 17 86 D+ 27.14 HoughtMif o
MNST 144.9 9.13 3,077 +179
99 93 94 A 155.8 MonsterBev o
OLED 44.66 1.42 1,368 +169
67 47 93 D+ 55.83 UnivDisply o
RGEN 36.00 0.53 919 +160
96 72 94 C 42.48 Repligen o
CMPR 68.07 0.91 1,206 +158
57 73 50 B 91.75 Cimpress o
WIX 21.71 1.16 645 +157
58 30 81 C+ 28.63 Wix.com o
CHTR 187.3 1.30 4,312 +152
40 2 81 B+ 199.0 CharterCmm o
TTPH 41.85 4.65 1,027 +136
68 10 98 B 52.90 Tetraphase o
SCTY 55.34 4.83 4,911 +136
43 43 40 A 79.40 SolarCity o
EIGI 16.84 0.50 1,598 +126
47 34 48 E 23.49 EndurancIntl o
CMCSK 58.83 0.86 7,095 +125
86 91 72 D 64.70 Cmcst o
QLYS 33.25 5.34 1,516 +122
86 98 48 C 55.47 Qualys o
INSY 39.95 4.79 1,933 +120
85 30 99 B 46.17 Insys Thera o
CERN 65.30 2.00 4,576 +118
84 96 60 E 75.72 Cerner o

IBD SMART NYSE + NASDAQ Tables With 10 Vital Ratings


Unsurpassed ideas and ratings to help you invest better

10 VITAL RATINGS

IBD Composite Rating has 5 SmartSelect Ratings, 1-99, with 99 the best.
Ratings of 98 or more are boldfaced.

Vol % Change is volume traded yesterday vs. average daily volume last 50
days. Vol % chg. + 50% & up bolded.

Earnings Per Share (EPS) rating


compares your stock's last 2 quarters and
3 years EPS growth to all stocks. Ratings of 90
mean earns outperformed 90% of all stocks.

52-Week High is boldfaced if closing


price within 10% of new high.

IBD Composite Rating


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

Dividend Stock Close

Vol% Vol P

Relative Strength (RS) Stock's relative


price change in last 12 months vs. all
stocks. Best rate 80 or more.

7 Stocks have EPS & RS Ratings of 80


or more and were IPOs in the last 15
years.

10

Boldfaced stocks are up 1 or more or


new high.Underlined stocks are down 1
or more or at a new low.

IBD Composite Rating


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

Dividend Stock Close

Vol% Vol P

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

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

Common stocks above $10 for Thursday, August 6, 2015

84 88 84 C D+ 173 7Anthm 1.6 ANTM 152.4


83 80 94 .. B 34.47Catalent
CTLT 33.78
97 95 95 B B- 83.07Centene
CNC 70.49
98 80 99 B A- 52.37DiplomtPhr DPLO 47.33
99 90 92 B A- 46.07EnvisinHlth EVHC 44.26
99 80 88 A A- 29.07GlobusMed GMED 26.89
91 83 93 .. A- 95.57HCAHldgs r HCA 91.38
98 82 99 B A 51.77INCResrch INCR 48.57
98 84 97 A B- 45.87Inogen
INGN 42.75
98 95 82 A B- 194 7JazzPharm JAZZ.184.2
98 89 97 A B+ 46.07Masimo MASI 42.34
98 97 97 B A 78.57MolinaHlth MOH.76.32
96 90 94 B B 47.07NatusMed r BABY 45.43
93 80 85 B B 40.87Omnicell OMCL 36.58
98 80 98 B A+44.07PraHealth PRAH 42.09
91 84 95 .. B+ 40.57PhibroA 1.1 PAHC 38.00
86 87 92 .. B 80.57QuintilsTrns Q 76.00
93 87 88 A C 55.47Zoetis .7 r ZTS 48.28

Daily
Jan. 1
-1.8% Change
+34.89%Since

1. APPAREL

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

92 90 82 B C- 109 7Carters
90 39 95 A A+29.7
31 18 26 B D+ 43.9
95 79 96 B B+ 74.7
51 48 30 B C+ 99
99 95 96 B B 73.9
70 37 77 B C+ 35.2
86 89 64 A D- 34.8
35 61 6 B E 43.1
57 75 9 A B 42.9
57 86 9 A D 83.4
97 90 91 A B+ 117
93 87 92 B B- 90.0
78 80 70 C B 130
59 64 56 E B- 28.2
31 33 21 C D+ 187
80 82 82 D C- 23.1
99 77 99 A A+NH
77 51 79 B C+ 44.7
94 61 95 B B+ 101
70 88 49 C C 37.5
93 80 80 B A 77.8
60 51 52 C C 35.2

.9 CRI 98.01 -3.27 +23 924 22o

Cheroke .7 CHKE 28.00 -0.48 -50 50 24


Coach
4.3 COH 31.56 -0.17 +4 4.2m 16o
Columbia .9 COLM 66.37 +0.40 +88 273 33o
Deckers
DECK 70.74 -1.01 -38 521 16o
GIIIApparel
GIII 69.91 -0.75 -32 259 29
Gildan
.8 GIL 32.75 -0.20 +23 434 32o
Hanesbr 1.4 HBI.28.79 -0.12 +99 6.3m 18o
Iconix
ICON 19.60 -0.63 +30 1.1m 7
KateSpade KATE 20.33 -1.15 +83 4.5m 59o
MichaelKors KORS 43.77 +4.28+165 14m 10o
NikeB
1.0 NKE 115.1 -1.63 +4 3.1m 31o
OxfordI 1.2 OXM 84.36 -0.18 -34 124 25o
PVH
.1 r PVH 115.2 -1.67 -8 834 15
PerryEllis
PERY 22.87 -0.46 -32 67 22
RalphLau 1.7 RL 120.2 -1.33+178 2.3m 16o
Rocky
2.4 RCKY 18.07 -0.19 -68 24 12
SkechersA
SKX 154.2 -6.14 +76 2.1m 36o
SteveMaden SHOO 39.35 -0.40 -3 546 23o
UnderArmourr UA 98.19 -2.85 +12 2.4m 99o
Unifi
UFI 30.63 +0.66 +25 102 16o
VFCorp
1.7 VFC 76.05 -0.67 -31 1.3m 24o
Wolveri .9 WWW 28.07 -0.20 -8 696 17o

2. MEDICAL

Daily
Jan. 1
-2.5% Change
+19.46%Since

SECTOR LEADER | NSDAQ

99 99 95 A B+ 85.6 AcadiaHlth ACHC.82.84 -0.13

0 760 43o

KEY DATA: EPS 3 Q Avg 64%, LQ 78%, Next Q 26%, Sales 3Q Avg 83%,

LQ 112%, Next Yr EPS 40%, Pretax 12%, ROE 12%, EPS due 10/29
SECTOR LEADER | NYSE

99 97 91 A A- 340 Allergn

AGN 319.5 -17.17 +85 4.0m 20o

KEY DATA: EPS 3 Q Avg 25%, LQ 29%, Next Q 38%, Sales 3Q Avg 74%,

LQ 116%, Next Yr EPS 27%, Pretax 28%, ROE 16%, EPS due 11/05
SECTOR LEADER | NSDAQ

99 97 84 A B+ 123 GiledS 1.5 r GILD.115.3 -3.36 +1 11m 11o


KEY DATA: EPS 3 Q Avg 158%, LQ 33%, Next Q 53%, Sales 3Q Avg 71%,

LQ 26%, Next Yr EPS 44%, Pretax 65%, ROE 99%, EPS due 10/28
SECTOR LEADER | NYSE

99 99 88 A B 72.4 Lannett

LCI.56.51 -2.81 +10 818 15

KEY DATA: EPS 3 Q Avg 181%, LQ 54%, Next Q 34%, Sales 3Q Avg 66%,

LQ 24%, Next Yr EPS 102%, Pretax 40%, ROE 33%, EPS due 08/27
SECTOR LEADER | NYSE

99 98 97 A B NH ValeantPhr r VRX.248.4 -14.12 +118 3.6m 25o


KEY DATA: EPS 3 Q Avg 29%, LQ 34%, Next Q 28%, Sales 3Q Avg 20%,

LQ 34%, Next Yr EPS 39%, Pretax 35%, ROE 55%, EPS due 10/20

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

70 99 18 A D- 46.6
96 76 92 A D 73.5
71 75 37 A C- 66.9
67 53 82 B B- 51.7
97 88 86 A B+ 71.6
99 99 99 A A NH
57 2 97 E B 52.0
68 42 61 B B- 45.5
67 3 96 B C 30.9
91 68 91 C B- 29.4
98 77 99 C A+123
51 10 99 E D 30.1
54 77 18 C D+ 36.2
40 3 73 .. C 35.9
93 91 92 B B- 134
70 76 53 C B- 13.1
39 11 65 .. D 13.2
66 18 95 D C 138
72 96 26 A C+ 60.7
97 99 79 A D- 57.1
84 37 87 B A- 24.0
60 2 99 .. B 54.9
80 68 88 D B 54.6
98 90 81 A B+ 208
88 68 79 A B- 66.5
68 20 92 C B 75.2
85 56 97 C B- 49.7
70 15 95 D C 140
96 77 98 C C- 77.7
88 69 98 D A- 48.3
79 93 80 B D- 120
95 86 83 A B+ 181
77 14 99 D A+18.8
79 25 94 E A- 18.3

Sales+Profit Margins+ROE Rating


combines recent sales, profit margins
and return on equity into an A to E rating.
ROE over 17% is preferred.

IBD Composite Rating


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

Dividend Stock Close

Vol% Vol P

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

Accumulation/Distribution Our price


and vol. formula shows if your stock is
under accumulation (buying) or distribution
(selling) last 3 months. A buying; E selling.

IBD Composite Rating


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

-25 1.3m 32o


-23 311 25o
-22 2.6m 17o
+8 363 31o

-1.15 -17 206 99


-7.66 +63 678 20o
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902 20o
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AACHldgs AAC.20.04 -0.71 +60 786 25o


ANIPharma ANIP 55.77 -3.50 +20 403 26o
Abaxis
.9 ABAX 48.80 -0.97 -27 134 48o
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AbbVie 2.9 r ABBV 69.24 -1.06 -31 6.2m 18o
Abiomed
ABMD 94.32 +1.43+146 1.6m 99o
AcadiaPhm ACAD 45.15 -2.45+113 2.1m ..
AcordaThrp ACOR 32.82 -1.72 -14 460 22o
AdamsPhrm ADMS 23.85 -0.76 -68 66 99
AddusHC
ADUS 28.76 -0.05 -18 58 24
AdeptsHlthA ADPT 115.1 -2.99 +9 403 99o
Advaxis
ADXS 13.89 -1.91 -20 1.3m ..o
Aegerion
AEGR 18.39 -0.86 +86 1.0m 35o
AeriePharma AERI 15.88 -1.72 -49 568 ..o
Aetna
.9 AET 116.4 -1.67 -34 2.7m 15o
Affymetrix AFFX 10.40 -0.28 +3 782 26o
AgileThera AGRX 8.48 -0.40 -45 54 ..k
AgiosPharma AGIO 100.1 -11.80 +80 1.1m ..o
AirMethods AIRM 39.57 -0.24 -18 373 15
Akorn
AKRX 42.99 -2.13 +35 1.9m 36
AlbanyMlc AMRI 21.48 -0.72 -36 297 32o
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Alere
ALR 49.99 -1.76 +65 956 21o
Alexion
r ALXN 189.7 -8.21 -41 1.1m 35o
AlignTech ALGN 60.94 -1.13 -57 391 35o
Alkermes
ALKS 67.75 -4.42 +6 1.0m 99o
AlmostFam AFAM 48.39 +0.17 -1 119 23o
AlnylamPh ALNY 119.9 -7.86 -32 512 ..
AMAGPhr AMAG 66.16 -3.20 +39 1.0m 34o
Amedisys AMED 46.10 -0.52 -15 350 36o
Amerisr 1.1 ABC.104.8 -2.50 -7 1.8m 21o
Amgen 1.9 AMGN 169.7 -6.78 +12 3.7m 17o
Amicusn
FOLD 15.12 -3.07 +70 4.0m ..o
Amphastar AMPH 15.40 -0.77 -62 141 ..

68 51 46 B B 45.4
33 4 29 E C 28.2
78 38 94 D A 20.6
72 43 97 .. B- 20.5
65 42 56 B B- 38.1
66 5 99 .. B+ 65.6
73 10 96 D A 28.2
94 76 89 A A+NH
78 44 77 B A 43.4
86 73 82 A B- 154
19 35 2 .. E 12.9
80 71 85 D B+ 152
95 85 87 B A 47.5
91 53 86 A B NH
81 96 30 A B- 480
62 3 96 D D+ 151
99 92 97 A B 72.1
52 3 99 E C 197
82 59 88 B C+ 18.6
85 71 75 A C+ 70.5
17 2 29 D E 39.9
16 3 7 .. D 33.5
97 99 98 A B+ 54.6
99 92 93 A B- 58.0
33 51 37 D C- 27.8
74 89 72 B E 91.9
31 22 14 D C 41.3
99 98 89 A B 140
66 18 90 D C 32.8
82 77 56 B B- 50.0
52 5 87 D C 49.0
74 17 99 D B 47.0
68 61 69 C D+ 63.7
86 63 82 A B+ 84.7
99 92 98 A B+ NH
92 82 94 B C+ 170
85 60 94 E A- 24.4
58 2 95 E B- 102
67 3 99 D B 38.1
82 83 86 B D- 65.0
67 41 90 D C- 60.7
73 66 70 B D- 190
82 36 91 D A- 16.4
85 88 63 A C+ 76.5
89 76 95 C D 43.0
88 31 98 D A+44.8
86 69 72 B B 85.2
76 64 81 C A- 57.1

AnikaTherp ANIK 36.75 -0.23 -17 114 22o


AppldGenTec AGTC 17.61 -0.30 -44 97 ..
AratanaThera PETX 16.89 -0.75 -14 319 ..
AssemblyBio ASMB 14.48 -1.19 +4 137 ..
AstraZn 4.0 AZN 34.24 -0.30 -19 2.3m 8o
AtaraBio
ATRA 55.98 -2.44 -4 352 ..o
AtriCure
ATRC 26.74 -0.18 +25 227 ..o
BardCR
.5 r BCR 199.0 -1.13 +38 678 22o
BaxterI 1.1 BAX 41.93 -0.20 +60 23m 9o
BectDic 1.6 BDX 150.2 -3.67 +91 1.9m 21o
Bellerophon BLPH 3.00 -0.30 -1 42 ..k
BioRadA
BIO 144.7 -4.44 -15 113 42
BioRefLabs BRLI 37.73 -6.27 +37 1.0m 20
Bio-Tec 1.2 TECH 109.9 -1.13 +59 323 32
Biogen
r BIIB 316.6 -18.81 +75 3.8m 19o
Biomarin BMRN 134.7 -8.92 +36 1.8m ..o
BioSpecif
BSTC 57.84 -5.29 +78 134 66k
BluebirdBio BLUE 156.8 -9.68 -34 573 ..
BostonSci
BSX 17.42 -0.25 -12 8.6m 20o
BrstMyr 2.3 BMY 63.54 -1.52 -32 4.7m 29o
BrkdlLiving BKD 30.02 -0.11+261 8.4m ..o
CalitheraBio CALA 6.42 -0.51 -5 698 ..
Cambrex
CBM.50.00 -3.82 +70 688 27o
CantelD .2 CMN 54.25 -2.17 -9 117 40o
CapitalSrLvng CSU 22.13 -0.76+181 419 99o
Cardinal 1.8 CAH 84.78 -1.49 -22 2.0m 19o
CardiovS
CSII 23.22 -6.13+806 2.8m ..o
Celgene
r CELG 128.1 -4.67 -1 4.6m 29o
CelldexTh
CLDX 22.20 -1.36 +15 1.5m ..
Cellectis
CLLS 35.32 +0.32 -70 75 95k
CellrBiomed CBMG 24.66 -2.59 +32 139 ..k
Cempra
CEMP 41.65 -2.21 -12 730 ..o
Cepheid
CPHD 52.55 -3.16 +3 719 99o
CharlesRvLb CRL 73.96 -2.24 -7 399 21o
ChinaBion
CBPO 122.8 -0.62 +7 260 36o
CIGNA
.0 CI 146.8 -0.75 -24 2.8m 18o
CivitasSols CIVI 23.35 +0.28 -11 50 ..k
ClovisOnclg CLVS 83.17 -3.37 -27 491 ..
CoherusBio CHRS 33.51 -1.89 -54 160 ..
CommtyHlth CYH 56.86 +0.04 +4 1.7m 13o
Conmed 1.4 CNMD 56.08 -1.10 -42 84 32o
CooperC
.0 COO 175.1 -3.43 -31 271 25
Cutera
r CUTR 14.90 -0.09 -7 112 ..o
Cyberonics CYBX 58.74 -1.65 -48 178 24
Cynosure
CYNO 38.73 -0.94 +23 270 36o
DBVTech
DBVT 41.97 -1.12 -68 76 ..k
DaVita
DVA 81.14 +0.65 +50 1.5m 19o
Dentsply .5 XRAY 55.73 -0.71 -22 546 21o

Dividend Stock Close

Vol% Vol P

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

-2.51 -34 1.4m 14o 99 89 97 A B+ 85.5 AmsurgA


AMSG 84.53 +2.26+161 898 27o 84 33 98 C B 33.7
-0.43 -39 814 20 88 30 99 D A 156 AncorPhrm ANAC 146.4 -5.26 +1 871 .. 82 34 98 D B+ NH
-0.97 -15 1.7m 25o 70 78 52 D B- 92.3 Analogic .5 ALOG 78.28 -1.23 -27 76 18o 91 63 94 A B+ NH
-0.42 -14 577 99o 41 32 44 D D+ 19.8 AngioDynm ANGO 15.91 +0.10 +61 198 26o 59 10 96 D D- 30.6
-0.60
-0.63
-0.88
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story at Investors.com

67 10 98 E A+30.8
74 34 99 .. B 104
96 96 90 A B 159
63 7 96 E B- 17.0
92 69 89 B B 90.2
92 56 93 A B NH
96 85 76 A B- 96.6
22 3 32 E D- 18.1
76 61 89 B B- 54.1
48 14 68 .. B- 28.8
50 19 97 .. D- 120
41 46 26 D C 26.2
88 88 82 C C+ 94.6
97 77 97 D A 26.1
29 2 42 .. D- 24.8
19 24 7 D E 46.4
78 53 95 D B 14.0
62 94 31 B E 14.4
59 19 93 .. C 43.3
17 4 7 D E 54.3
74 52 79 B D- 44.3
43 5 90 E E 133
64 25 92 .. B- 13.5
29 16 15 E C+ 14.4
62 8 94 .. B 16.5
68 30 56 B A 49.2
77 70 73 C B- 58.2
76 66 42 A B+ 40.5
57 54 60 C D- 45.4
84 50 99 E B 25.3
13 24 21 D E 50.9
85 52 94 C B 76.7
86 45 80 A C- 48.4
38 61 13 D D- 23.3
58 12 80 D B+ 95.6
74 77 80 C C+ 149
82 31 99 .. A+36.8
74 46 98 D C- 35.4
89 80 87 B D+ 58.0
96 80 95 A A- 42.5
97 75 99 A C+ 39.5
91 71 92 B B- 89.7
71 42 93 C D 219
90 59 98 C A- 80.1
96 95 95 A B+ 83.2
93 71 93 C A- 102
92 80 79 A B+ 84.3
61 2 98 E B+ 19.4
69 78 55 .. B- 22.9
97 98 83 A C+ 242

Depomed
DEPO 30.01 -0.83 -41 1.2m 78o
DexCom
DXCM 93.31 +7.36+287 3.7m ..o
DrRedyL
.4 RDY 66.51 -0.93 +52 331 31o
Dyax
DYAX 22.36 -1.03 -6 870 ..o
Dynavax
DVAX 27.74 -1.99 +31 796 ..
EaglePharm EGRX.91.54 -9.02 +14 413 99
EdwrdlifeSc EW.144.3 -5.84 +36 1.5m 35o
EgaletCorp EGLT 12.73 +0.55 +36 149 ..
LillyEl
2.4 LLY 82.70 -2.03 -37 3.9m 26o
EmergBio
EBS 34.60 +1.87+114 522 27o
EndoIntl
ENDP 81.70 -4.15 0 2.3m 17
Endologx
ELGX 12.36 +0.31+234 2.6m ..o
Ensign
.6 ENSG 47.93 -2.17 +44 217 21o
EntellusMed ENTL 23.80 +0.23 +34 76 ..k
EsperionTher ESPR 55.61 -4.67 +15 1.3m ..
Exactech
EXAC 18.70 -0.61 +4 38 16
ExprsScrpt r ESRX 89.29 -1.46 -2 3.9m 17o
FlamelTech FLML 21.22 -0.75 +19 355 99o
FlexPharm FLKS 14.49 -0.54 +18 58 ..
Fluidigm
FLDM 19.93 -0.07+105 601 ..
FoamixPhrm FOMX 10.56 -0.47 -3 287 ..k
Fonarrs
FONR 9.84 +0.08 -33 14 5
ForwardPhrm FWP 30.62 -2.43 +36 80 ..k
FoundatnMed FMI 20.00 -1.17 +83 514 ..o
FresenM .7 FMS 41.85 +0.09+177 441 23o
GWPharma GWPH 106.2 -8.09+113 668 ..o
GalmdPharm GLMD 9.13 -0.45 +39 51 ..k
GenMark GNMK 8.01 -0.27 -4 198 ..
GenoceaBio GNCA 13.01 -0.19 +8 223 ..
GlaxoSm 5.5 GSK 44.90 +0.73+129 9.3m 16o
Greatbatch
GB 52.23 -1.34 +41 181 20o
Grifols 1.5 GRFS 31.99 -1.05 -11 333 17o
Haemonetic HAE 39.58 -0.62 -44 177 21o
Halozyme HALO 22.43 -0.99 -17 1.1m ..
HalyardHealth HYH 33.37 -0.91+152 1.7m 13o
HealthNet
HNT 68.37 -0.66 -50 647 63o
HealthS 2.0 HLS 45.58 -0.85 -29 592 23o
Healthwys HWAY 12.52 -0.63 -32 527 32o
HeartWire HTWR 86.00 -3.18 +17 318 ..o
HenrySchn r HSIC 145.0 -1.90 -15 331 25o
HeronThera HRTX 31.37 -2.26 -70 567 ..
Heska
HSKA 33.79 -0.86 -12 58 73
HillRom 1.2 HRC 54.56 -1.32 +16 505 22
Hologic
HOLX 40.42 -1.86+101 5.8m 24o
HorizonPhrm HZNP 32.73 -2.33 +65 5.3m 35
Hospira
HSP 89.58 -0.05 -34 678 28o
Humana .6 r HUM 184.5 -1.02 -65 1.1m 26o
IPCHealth IPCM 79.60 +0.05+167 683 36o
Icon
ICLR 81.17 -1.40 +11 587 23o
ICUMedical ICUI 99.2 -0.71 +27 154 34
IdexxLabs r IDXX 75.21 +0.09 +65 1.5m 35o
Ingnyta
RXDX 14.08 -0.06 -74 202 ..k
iKangHlth KANG 17.37 +0.34 -65 268 33
Illumina
ILMN.209.7 -6.20 +17 1.6m 62o

B4

FRIDAY, AUGUST 7, 2015

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

INVESTORS CORNER

Is Your Stock Institutional Quality,


Cyclical Or Fad? It Pays To Know
BY PAUL WHITFIELD
INVESTOR'S BUSINESS DAILY

A good stock idea isnt much use if you


dont understand what youre looking at.
Is it an institutional-quality stock? Is it a
cyclical play that probably will only profit
from its industry cycle? Is it a turnaround
story that involves the fixing of a company
problem? Is it a fad stock that will run hot
until people tire of the novelty?
The strategy and target will differ for
each of these situations, and it will vary by
the kind of uptrend the market is in.
Peg the stock wrong or the market
wrong, and you will probably lose money
or at least make less than you should.
If an investor is going to make big money,
institutional-quality stocks, operating in a
strong uptrend, will most often be the investors best choice. However, there are
times when a cyclical stock, turnaround or
fad stock can deliver good gains.
Where can an investor find or identify
great stock ideas? Your Weekly Review
(YWR), also known as the 85-85 list, is a
good place to look in Fridays IBD.
In this screen, stocks must score an 85 in
EPS Rating and in Relative Price Strength
Rating. The 85 means that the stocks must
be in the top 15 percentile among stocks in
IBDs database. Stocks also must be within
15% of a 12-month high.
Charts are listed by industry group, but
charts arent printed for every stock. Additional stocks are listed in the fine-print listing on the last page of YWR, today on A8.
The big net makes the 85-85 a good place
to look for stock ideas. A low-hurdle screen
will pick up more cyclicals, turnarounds
and fad stocks than a high-hurdle screen.
IBD Composite Rating
Earnings Per Share Growth Rating
Relative Price Strength Rating
Sales+Profit Margins+ROE
Accumulation/Distribution (3 mos)
52-wk

Dividend Stock Close

Vol% Vol P

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


34 6 35 D D+ 40.1
74 21 98 D B 19.4
74 30 95 B D+ 52.1
82 64 96 .. C+ 121
19 15 10 E E 18.3
36 39 16 D D 13.0
76 22 98 E B+ NH
85 30 99 B B- 46.2
81 76 80 B D 70.3
61 31 77 E B+ 349
61 8 96 .. B 32.9
53 2 98 E B- 37.8
97 77 99 D A NH
91 82 76 A C+ 564
38 36 17 D D+ 17.1
73 67 66 C D 77.8
48 56 49 B D 109
52 14 84 .. C+ 69.3
66 43 87 E D- 26.3
60 39 74 C B- 24.7
66 2 98 .. A- 89.2
73 4 99 .. A+76.3
68 11 94 D B 47.1
93 76 98 C B+ NH
87 46 99 .. A+34.5
97 77 83 A B 131
92 80 86 C B- 88.2
96 50 98 A B 112
22 15 22 .. E 15.0
92 72 95 B B- 14.0
93 88 89 B B 21.7
53 3 94 D D+ 39.9
67 61 60 C C+ 73.0
90 95 65 A D 134
78 90 70 A C+ 243
60 12 90 E B- 34.7
84 77 44 A B- 141
98 84 93 A A 85.6
91 65 78 A B- 79.5
63 48 52 B C- 63.6
74 59 60 A B 20.6
96 86 97 C A 26.4
52 22 83 .. D 13.8
90 77 84 B C- 13.2
50 52 36 A E 33.8
72 36 91 .. B+ 37.4
42 45 28 B E 14.9
87 50 98 D B+ 25.6
81 91 45 A D- 76.7
45 34 35 B C- 40.0
96 85 94 B B- 62.7
71 20 99 E B 56.2
72 16 98 .. A- 20.4
61 4 96 D B- 58.9
86 26 95 B B+ 58.7
26 2 23 D D 18.2
70 45 76 B D+ 106
93 83 89 A C+ 60.3

ImuneDesign IMDZ 18.22 -1.19 -69 32 ..o


Immunogn IMGN 15.38 -0.94 -42 1.2m ..o
ImpaxLabs IPXL 46.30 -1.59 +6 823 39
Incyte
INCY 104.4 -6.61 +48 1.5m 99o
InfinityPhr
INFI 8.25 -0.55 +24 757 ..o
InovioPhm
INO 6.80 -0.38 +25 1.3m ..
Insmed
INSM 26.75 -0.79 +76 663 ..o
InsysThera INSY 39.95 -4.79+120 1.9m 35o
IntegraLfsci IART 60.90 -1.31+105 646 18o
InterceptPhrm ICPT 240.0 -20.15 +33 438 ..o
IntersectEnt XENT 28.00 -2.21 +85 759 ..
Intra-Cellular ITCI 31.43 +2.43 +52 533 ..o
Intrexon
.2 XON 65.55 -3.16 +81 2.4m ..
IntSurg
r ISRG 524.1 -7.00 -41 175 30o
IronwdPhr IRWD 10.88 +0.16+129 4.1m ..o
IsisPhrm
ISIS 50.74 -3.78 -2 2.3m 97o
Johnson 3.0 JNJ 99.1 -1.45 -3 7.0m 16o
JunoTher
JUNO 44.81 -1.86 -47 1.3m ..
K2MGroup KTWO 22.04 -0.96 -11 242 ..
Kindred 2.1 KND 22.40 +1.35+270 2.6m 14o
KitePharma KITE 71.98 -4.52 +23 1.4m ..
KytheraBio KYTH 74.68 -0.04 -63 397 ..
LDRHldg
LDRH 43.42 -1.71 +88 457 ..o
LHCGroup
LHCG 46.66 +3.91+112 225 27o
LaJollaPhrm LJPC 30.25 -0.37 -60 81 ..
LabCorpAmer LH 125.5 -1.84 -14 919 17o
Lifepoint
LPNT 81.26 +0.01 +45 561 21o
LigandPhar r LGND.104.6 -6.66 +71 703 33o
LionBiotech LBIO 8.01 +0.26 -13 686 ..
LumenisB LMNS 13.87 -0.05 -72 91 24
Luminex
LMNX 20.27 +0.06 +24 346 21o
MacroGnics MGNX 33.12 -4.76 +88 604 ..o
MagellnHlth MGLN 59.62 -1.07 +34 248 15o
Mallinckrodt r MNK 98.49 -6.02+431 6.5m 13o
McKesson .5 MCK.218.4 -5.01 +11 1.2m 18o
Medicines MDCO 31.25 -0.52 -25 946 ..o
Medivation MDVN 101.4 -6.76 +33 1.6m 27
Mednax
MD 84.03 -1.07 -21 535 24o
Medtron 2.0 r MDT 77.41 -1.26 -21 4.3m 19
Merck 3.1 r MRK 58.43 -0.67 -25 7.0m 16o
Meridia 4.4 VIVO 18.27 -0.19 -40 139 21o
MeritMed MMSI 25.24 -0.20 -2 298 26o
MerrmckPhr MACK 10.07 -0.77 +28 1.5m ..
MiMdxGrp r MDXG 9.74 -0.62 +4 1.8m 64o
Mindray 1.3 MR 27.16 +0.12 -79 148 14
MiratiThera MRTX 27.12 -1.00 -11 137 ..
Misonix
MSON 9.58 +0.08 -90 1 26
MomentaPh MNTA 22.08 -1.04 +66 1.5m ..o
Mylan
MYL.55.40 +0.80+152 16m 14o
MyriadGen r MYGN 31.53 -1.67 -10 644 20
Neogen
NEOG 57.53 -0.50 -14 165 63o
Neurocrine NBIX 47.12 -3.32 -8 812 ..o
Neuroderm NDRM 18.40 -0.81 -23 177 ..
NevroCorp NVRO 49.38 -0.71 -6 386 ..
NewlinkGen NLNK 48.37 -3.37 +24 560 12o
NovadaqTch NVDQ 10.71 -0.36 -40 199 ..o
Novartis 2.2 NVS 102.3 -0.92 -27 1.3m 19o
NovoNrd .9 NVO 57.72 -2.14+153 3.2m 31o

5 5 5 5 5 52-wk

Dividend Stock Close


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

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

IBD Composite Rating

Some people sneer at fad stocks. They


argue that such stocks are dangerous,
wont last and arent for serious investors.
Well, all stocks are dangerous. While fad
stocks might have a shorter life, sometimes
all were talking about is a solid company indirectly benefiting from a fad.
For example, egg producer and distributor Cal-Maine FoodsCALM rode the Atkins
diet to big stock gains in 2003.
In other cases, fads develop into longerlasting trends.
For instance, Deckers OutdoorDECK
bought UGG Holdings in August 1995 and
eventually turned the Ugg boots once
popular mostly with surfers into a broader fashion trend.
From October 2002 to October 2011,
Deckers Outdoors shares rose 9,193%,
with Uggs deserving much of the credit.
How might the 85-85 be used?
Lets look at the 85-85 screen that was
published in IBD on Oct. 24, 2014, not long
after a market low and the Oct. 21 followthrough day. A follow-through day soon
after a market low is often the best time to
scout for breakouts, retaking of buy points
and bounces off the 10-week moving average, as seen in the minicharts.
An investor couldve found five institutional-quality stocks in the 85-85 that soon
set valid entries: AppleAAPL, CelgeneCELG,
Ulta BeautyULTA, IlluminaILMN and SkyworksSWKS. Gains varied from 15% to 79%.
Four cyclicals in the 85-85 eventually offered entries: Landstar SystemLSTR, Old
Dominion Freight LineODFL, FedExFDX and
LennarLEN. Gains ran from 11% to 15%.
Turnarounds and fads were scarce.
The market itself was and had been choppy, which is why taking a 10% to 15% profit
in Apple was prudent.
IBD Composite Rating
Earnings Per Share Growth Rating
Relative Price Strength Rating
Sales+Profit Margins+ROE
Accumulation/Distribution (3 mos)

6 6 6 6 6 High
58 5 97 .. C+ 67.0
68 10 98 E B 52.9
91 72 91 B B 72.3
57 3 96 E B 20.0
92 81 80 A B 141
83 37 99 C A- 63.5
46 21 65 E C+ 28.5
50 2 90 .. B- 21.0
59 2 98 .. B+ 29.9
69 6 99 .. A 137
52 5 97 E C+ 35.5
96 97 90 A C 190
94 86 89 B B+ 126
98 93 94 B B- 148
91 66 91 B B+ 56.4
96 86 89 B B 62.5
69 57 80 C B 28.8
71 63 56 B D+ 96.7
99 95 93 A B- 40.3
36 20 28 .. B- 12.4
76 32 92 E B+ 143
11 3 16 E E 23.4
30 22 29 .. D- 29.7
77 45 90 C B 95.1
74 70 89 C C+ 61.7
96 86 75 A B- 46.1
66 5 98 D B 24.8
20 15 18 .. C- 23.5
78 20 95 C B+ NH
59 62 39 B D+ 121
75 5 99 D A 14.4

Dividend Stock Close


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

Tesaro
TSRO 55.05
Tetraphase TTPH 41.85
TevaPha 1.6 TEVA 70.43
TGTheraptcs TGTX 16.97
ThermoF .4 TMO 136.9
Thoratec
THOR 62.91
Tornier
TRNX 24.47
TraconPhrm TCON 11.79
Trillium
TRIL 19.11
Ultragenyx RARE 112.5
Uniqure
QURE 24.74
UnitdThrp UTHR 159.7
Unitedh 1.6 UNH 122.0
Univrsl
.3 UHS 142.5
USPhysT 1.2 USPH 50.68
VCAInc
r WOOF 57.08
VWRCorp
VWR 26.28
VarianMed r VAR 86.55
VasclrSlts r VASC 37.58
Verastem VSTM 7.12
VertexPhar VRTX 139.4
VitaePharm VTAE 8.91
VitalTherapies VTL 18.68
WellcareHlth WCG 86.89
WestPha .7 WST 59.81
WuXiPharm WX 41.76
Xencor
XNCR 20.28
Xenon
XENE 10.07
ZeltiqAesth ZLTQ 36.03
Zimmer
.9 ZBH 101.7
Ziopharm
ZIOP 13.02

-3.48 +26 494 ..


-4.65+136 1.0m ..o
-0.76 -29 3.4m 12o
-0.21 +66 1.0m ..
-1.77 -31 1.0m 19o
-0.50 +10 1.3m 47o
-0.21 -23 108 ..
-1.12+127 129 ..
-2.03+182 291 ..k
-7.80 -12 487 ..
-1.36 +16 290 ..
-6.90 -4 590 12o
-1.88 -33 3.0m 19o
-1.44 +6 768 21o
-3.02+132 140 30o
-1.27 +37 900 26o
-0.07 -67 236 22k
-0.79 -46 439 20o
-0.40 +9 147 40o
... +28 386 ..
-1.78 +2 1.6m ..o
-0.64 -62 69 ..
-0.19 -21 178 ..o
-2.27 +13 426 30o
-0.89 -42 270 33o
... -74 155 21
-1.66 -9 236 ..o
-0.27 -69 19 19k
-1.50 +31 775 99o
-2.19 +19 1.5m 16o
-0.94 +47 5.1m ..

Daily
Jan. 1
-1.0% Change
+19.14%Since

3. S&Ls

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

99 96 97 A A+134 7BOFIHldgs BOFI 130.4 -3.02+221 681 24o


88 71 93 C B+ 23.9
74 67 53 B C- 14.3
76 36 86 B B- 37.3
81 96 75 D D+ 14.1
94 83 81 B B+ 29.8
88 84 82 B C+ 11.8
62 60 50 C C 13.1
83 86 76 D B- 12.7
80 77 69 B C+ 14.3
79 56 80 B B- 18.0
92 78 79 C A 20.5
93 65 82 A A+19.7
83 78 76 C B- 12.8
52 18 77 D B- 10.8
89 67 79 B B- 12.7
96 96 89 A C+ 31.8
90 52 93 A B 53.5
75 54 84 B C 19.1
80 67 76 C D 15.9
73 25 95 C A- 21.2
95 91 75 A C 16.4
81 78 80 C C+ 17.0
80 74 69 C B- 18.4
94 87 82 A B 15.3
90 72 87 A B- 36.4
87 74 88 C B- NH
93 62 84 A B+ 29.1
96 91 74 C B+ 13.3
85 85 77 B C+ 24.3

Alliance 1.0 ALLB 23.54 +0.08


BancOfC 4.0 BANC 11.90 -0.02
Bankuni 2.3 BKU 36.49 -0.26
BeneficialBnc BNCL 13.01 +0.03
BrkshrH 2.6 BHLB 29.20 -0.23
Brookli 3.2 BRKL 11.15 -0.04
CptlFed 2.8 CFFN 12.01 -0.01
CharterFncl r CHFN 12.18 -0.21
Clifton 1.3 CSBK 13.85 -0.02
DimeCty 3.3 DCOM 17.23 -0.01
Everbank 1.2 EVER 20.38 +0.02
FrstFncl 3.3 FFBC 19.45 -0.09
FtFnNw 1.9 r FFNW 12.50 -0.01
HudsonC 1.6 HCBK 10.31 -0.05
InvstrB 1.6 r ISBC 12.27 -0.12
Legacyt 1.9 LTXB 29.85 -0.38
MetaFncl 1.1 CASH 49.34 -0.11
NYCtyBc 5.4 NYCB 18.49 -0.17
Nrthfld 1.8 NFBK 15.26 +0.02
OneidaF 2.3 ONFC 20.71 -0.13
Oritani 4.5 r ORIT 15.70 -0.09
PplsUni 4.1 PBCT 16.40 +0.06
Provdnt 3.0 r PROV 16.22 +0.09
Sterling 1.9 STL 14.75 -0.11
SynchronyFinl SYF 34.13 -0.43
TFSFncl 1.6 r TFSL 17.07 -0.18
WSFSFl .7 r WSFS 28.35 +0.12
Watrsto 1.5 r WSBF 13.14 -0.02
WashFd 2.2 WAFD 23.32 -0.14

4. CONSUMER

-96 0.7 40
-69 109 12o
+10 850 19o
-32 569 41o
-45 67 14o
-42 149 17o
-30 464 20
-35 22 32
-25 64 40
-37 82 13
+32 587 15o
-21 168 15
-75 19 17o
-46 1.3m 44o
-9 2.8m 25x
-29 179 21o
-9 37 16
+2 3.0m 16o
-67 132 34o
-77 4 34
-59 81 14
-17 3.0m 19o
-9 13 15
-41 394 16
-25 632 13o
-4 313 77o
+22 120 16
-58 51 27o
+6 609 14o

Daily
Jan. 1
-1.4% Change
+15.20%Since

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

84 80 95 C C- 32.77CotyA .7 COTY 27.98 -0.34 -45 1.0m 29


52-wk
Dividend Stock Close
Vol% Vol P
93 99 91 A B+ 98.57GoProA GPRO.62.88 +0.21 -6 6.5m 36o
6 6 6 6 6 High Stock % Yield Symbol Price Chg Chg 1000 E
94 90 87 A B 26.17Knoll
2.0 KNL 24.34 -0.15 -57 155 17o
89 54 93 B A 56.6 NuVasive NUVA 54.49 -1.20 -4 536 45o 91 80 90 A C+ 27.27NordAnglia NORD 25.10 -0.50 -88 30 44o
52 31 67 E C- 19.6 NxstageMed NXTM 16.65 +1.54+321 2.2m ..o 98 96 94 A B NH 7PrestigBrnd PBH 48.28 +0.23+245 818 24o
29 18 22 .. D+ 27.6 Omeros
OMER 14.82 -0.95 +8 531 ..
95 84 93 B B 97.3 Omnicare .9 OCR 97.12 +0.02 -7 1.8m 24o 97 98 97 C B+ 38.7 Basset 1.1 r BSET 31.43 -2.36 -21 102 28o
48 7 55 E B 29.8 OncoMedPhr OMED 21.57 -1.33 -18 108 .. 92 96 94 B B- 66.1 BrigtHrzFm BFAM 62.60 -0.70 +46 251 37
.4 r CSV 22.81 +0.16 +10 126 15o
89 61 96 E A- 72.5 Ophthotech OPHT 62.13 -2.63 +94 738 ..o 83 87 76 A C- 25.7 Carriag
58 96 17 A D- 22.0 ChinaDi 6.1 DL 13.09 -0.21 -66 59 18
68 4 90 D A- 19.2 OpkoHlthn
OPK 13.90 -2.21+116 11m ..o
88 81 86 A B 90.0 ChurchD 1.5 CHD 89.35 -0.14 +3 557 28o
71 45 89 E A- 42.1 Orthofix
OFIX 38.06 -0.86 +72 205 99o 84 58 87 A A+NH Clorox
2.6 CLX 119.4 +0.45 +27 959 26o
87 77 90 C D- 23.7 Osiris
OSIR 18.30 -0.53 +78 309 99o 70 55 63 B C+ 71.6 ColgteP 2.2 r CL 68.65 -0.43 -3 3.0m 23o
51 5 77 D B- 78.7 PTCThera
PTCT 45.69 -3.68 -23 463 ..o 95 89 95 B B+ 33.6 Culp
.8 CFI 29.92 -0.61 -64 38 19
61 77 15 A D- 121 PacirPhrm PCRX 64.06 -1.30 -25 537 69o 12 26 17 C E 49.6 DevryEduca1.2 DV 29.41 -0.37 -33 502 11
57 60 41 C E 39.8 Paratek
PRTK 23.31 -0.28 +10 120 .. 75 80 70 B B- 118 Ecolab
1.1 ECL 116.3 -0.44 -29 744 27o
91 91 79 B B 72.7 Parexel
PRXL 65.58 -4.41+110 1.3m 23o 49 52 44 C E 107 Edgewell 2.2 r EPC 92.72 -1.89 -2 898 13o
78 64 81 B A- 51.5 Pattrsn 1.8 PDCO 49.78 -0.35 -34 567 21 90 83 82 A B- NH EsteeLa 1.1 EL 90.04 -0.97 -1 1.3m 27
84 71 78 B B+ 54.5 Perkine
.5 PKI 51.62 -1.23 -42 399 20o 18 31 20 B E 60.2 Garmin 5.0 r GRMN 40.71 -0.72 -4 1.5m 14o
95 94 84 A C- 215 Perrigo .3 PRGO 188.2 -1.41 +90 2.3m 25o 76 95 47 A D+ 52.0 GrandCanyn LOPE 42.73 -0.55 +72 354 16
52 2 99 .. B- 24.4 Pfenex
PFNX 18.61 -1.95 -43 102 ..k 93 98 75 B C- 57.7 HNI
2.2 HNI 49.27 -0.84 +9 145 22o
76 43 81 B B- 36.5 Pfizer
3.2 r PFE 35.17 -0.65 +4 24m 16o 68 86 39 B B 149 HarmanI 1.3 r HAR.111.0 -7.01+160 2.5m 19o
93 82 93 C B 37.0 Pharmerica PMC 34.59 +0.52+112 503 19 85 69 92 B B- 84.4 Hasbro 2.4 r HAS 76.93 -2.31 +28 1.6m 23o
58 6 98 E B- 53.7 PortolaPharm PTLA 49.44 -0.83 +18 470 ..o 96 86 91 A B- 100 HelenTroy
HELE 90.75 +1.63 +10 332 15o
50 18 75 .. C+ 27.6 ProqrThera PRQR 16.77 -0.04 +3 62 ..k 77 56 95 B D- NH Herbalife
HLF 57.56 +8.46+383 6.3m 10o
76 21 99 D A- 70.5 Prothena
PRTA 64.69 -2.20 -3 500 ..o 44 48 47 B D 35.0 Hillenb
2.7 HI 29.44 +1.19+120 451 13o
14 2 3 .. E 279 PumaBiotech PBYI 85.90 -4.31 -46 423 .. 92 94 92 D B 27.3 HookerF 1.7 HOFT 24.07 -0.51 -76 27 19
83 55 86 C A- 28.4 QiagenNV QGEN 27.72 -0.40 -18 723 27o 39 17 86 E D+ 27.1 HoughtMif r HMHC 24.19 -1.90+190 2.7m ..o
78 65 80 B C+ 89.0 QuestDi 2.1 DGX 73.89 -0.59 -38 700 17o 85 81 75 A C 123 IntlFla
1.6 IFF 116.4 -0.82 +2 459 22
37 42 26 C E 29.4 Quidel
QDEL 20.62 +0.08 -12 237 39o 70 67 72 C C 35.2 InterPa 1.7 IPAR 30.73 -0.29 -52 40 31k
71 15 99 .. A- 84.6 RadiusHlth RDUS 68.44 -7.81 +12 1.1m ..o 37 51 36 C D+ 38.1 iRobot
r IRBT 30.01 -0.42 +15 287 25o
JAH 54.98 -0.87 +10 1.9m 21o
72 7 95 D A- 16.3 RaptorPh
RPTP 13.75 -0.53 +13 1.2m .. 79 57 88 B B 57.1 Jarden
77 6 99 D A 230 Receptos
RCPT 228.0 -0.96 -51 635 .. 90 98 77 D B- 14.6 KimbllB 1.7 KBAL 11.63 +0.03 -47 103 24
67 20 99 .. B 18.3 RecroPharma REPH 12.39 -0.78 -10 95 ..k 82 65 75 B B 119 KimbrlyC 3.0 r KMB 116.7 -0.95 +2 1.4m 20o
91
84
84
A
B51.3
LegetPl
2.6
LEG 47.33 -0.63 -27 700 24o
99 93 96 A B+ 605 RegenernPh REGN.582.5 -9.93 -3 721 52o
50 4 85 .. C 42.3 Relypsa
RLYP 31.39 -1.56 +6 435 .. 67 73 82 B C 42.0 Libbey 1.2 r LBY 37.07 -0.26 -28 61 18o
96 72 94 B C 42.5 Repligen
RGEN 36.00 -0.53+160 919 99o 20 21 16 C E 36.0 Mattel 6.7 MAT 22.63 -0.30 +9 4.6m 15o
67 68 41 A C 75.3 Resmed 2.2 RMD 54.83 -0.72 0 884 20o 75 53 83 B C 55.7 Mathws 1.0 MATW 53.23 -0.52 -13 85 18
MIDD 122.3 -0.89 -34 166 33
90 68 99 .. B+ 37.0 Retrophin RTRX 34.37 -1.73 +25 642 ..o 94 95 93 A A 125 Middleby
73 71 41 A C 32.4 MillerH 2.0 MLHR 27.87 -0.09 +67 630 15o
50 2 98 .. D- 89.0 SageTherptcs SAGE 66.95 -4.36 -24 321 ..
98 99 99 A B- 44.8 NatlHlt .5 NHTC 29.88 -2.14 -56 241 12o
20 13 7 D C- 19.3 SngmoBio SGMO 7.59 -1.65+214 2.9m ..o
69 60 75 B C 27.2 OrientlEdTec EDU 22.90 +0.12 -67 531 17o
67 35 81 C C 57.4 Sanofi
2.9 SNY 54.46 -0.25 +2 1.8m 16o 81 70 87 A A- 44.2 Rubberm 1.8 r NWL 43.24 -0.77 +22 1.9m 20o
57 4 90 E B- 52.3 SeattleGen SGEN 44.98 -1.85 -15 735 ..o 34 56 20 C E 62.9 NuSkin 3.6 NUS 39.16 -1.47+149 1.9m 10
65 66 58 C D 17.2 SelMedH 2.8 SEM 14.29 -0.16 +49 1.3m 15 98 71 97 A A- 32.1 NutriSy 2.3 NTRI 29.95 -0.97 -33 291 34x
92 85 72 A B- 270 ShirePlc .3 SHPG 240.4 -13.37+196 1.8m 21o 64 48 80 B B 58.7 Plantro 1.1 r PLT 56.44 -1.14 -6 338 19o
86 60 86 B A- 105 SironaDent SIRO 102.1 -2.25 +14 359 28 47 57 33 C D- 93.9 ProctrG 3.5 PG 75.74 -0.03 +9 9.4m 18o
88 68 76 A A- 39.8 Smith&Ne 1.5 SNN 36.91 -0.44 +5 386 8 62 43 80 .. B 41.7 Revlon
REV 37.34 +0.07 -54 23 43o
75 43 99 D B 26.8 SorrentTher SRNE 19.36 -1.23 -40 526 .. 90 91 93 B B 31.4 Service 1.3 r SCI 30.93 -0.12 +3 913 25o
51 2 84 D D 79.5 SparkThera ONCE 58.14 +0.64 +53 456 ..o 24 31 28 C E 11.8 Skullcandy SKUL 7.30 +0.19 -26 159 28
18 2 5 D D- 37.0 Spectranet SPNC 15.74 -0.51 -14 924 ..o 53 59 82 E B- 33.0 Sony
.8 SNE 26.56 -0.55 -23 1.1m ..o
80 75 74 B D- 80.8 StJudeM 1.6 r STJ 71.94 -1.37 -9 1.3m 16o 76 53 83 B B 106 Spectrum 1.3 r SPB 102.8 -0.50 +26 427 24o
33 38 14 D D- 18.9 StemlineThr STML 9.78 -0.57 +43 139 .. 85 93 64 C B+ 20.5 Steelca
2.5 SCS 17.83 -0.30 -40 275 18o
82 73 77 A D- 71.4 Steris
1.5 STE 68.09 -1.03 -18 524 22o 84 86 58 A C+ 39.3 TALEduc
XRS 33.33 -0.71 -41 251 30o
TEDU 12.21 -0.47 -51 194 26k
89 75 83 A B 103 Stryker 1.4 r SYK 101.3 -1.80 +12 1.2m 20o 68 84 48 B C- 15.9 TarenaA
99 77 99 A A- 25.7 Sucampon SCMP.23.83 +1.59+195 2.0m 34o 94 69 94 A A- 77.9 TempurSealy TPX 76.49 -0.04 -11 611 27o
63 8 90 .. B+ 14.8 SumitThera SMMT 12.72 -0.28 -42 10 ..k 21 39 27 C E 76.1 Tupperw 4.6 TUP 58.67 -0.32 -24 356 12o
UEIC 50.46 -1.31 +37 152 19
80 28 99 D B+ 23.3 SuprnsPhrm SUPN 18.54 -0.68 -9 1.1m 99o 45 91 28 C E 66.8 UnivElec
USNA 156.8 -19.28+160 326 23
98 74 79 A B 41.0 SurgicalCare SCAI 37.11 -1.48+763 1.4m 17o 99 96 97 A A- 176 USANA
80 64 79 A D- 27.7 Surmodics SRDX 25.10 -1.11 -16 64 26o 54 63 43 B C 217 Whirlpo 2.1 WHR 170.5 -3.32 -10 898 14o
48 57 32 D D 12.9 SyneronMed r ELOS 9.82 -0.33 +67 187 46o
Daily
Since
86 98 37 A C- 173 TaroPharm TARO 138.6 -1.07 +39 90 12
1
5. OFFICE
+0.8% Change
+15.77%Jan.
83 65 86 B B- 140 Teleflex 1.0 TFX 133.7 -0.24 -26 213 23o
95 92 81 B B 63.6 TenetHlthcr THC.54.19 -0.81 +19 2.3m 19o 83 81 87 C B+ 64.0 AveryDe 2.4 AVY 61.87 +0.50 -4 777 18o
5 5 5 5 5 52-wk

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High Stock % Yield Symbol Price Chg Chg 1000 E

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

IBD Composite Rating

5 5 5 5 5 52-wk

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

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

IBD Composite Rating

IBD Composite Rating


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

Dividend Stock Close

Vol% Vol P

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


70 74 63 A C- 69.8 Deluxe
1.9 DLX 63.71 -0.65 +42 457 14o
Daily

6. LEISURE

Since

-0.8% Change +15.25%Jan. 1

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

98 95 96 A B 63.27NorwegCrs NCLH 60.14 -1.04 -5 1.3m 24o


91 86 94 .. A- NH 7SabreC 1.3 SABR 28.10 -0.04 +87 4.1m 28o
51 21 42 B B- 42.3
79 73 76 D B- 36.1
33 39 49 .. E 18.1
51 89 17 C C- 69.8
96 77 97 B C 13.3
87 77 95 E B+ 17.7
80 87 77 B B+ 56.6
85 84 92 D A- 54.1
80 84 93 D C 55.8
80 84 72 B B- 60.6
64 58 75 B C- 31.0
23 57 30 .. E 65.3
88 41 94 C A- 143
66 66 51 B D- 45.7
64 30 88 D D 25.0
50 59 27 A D+ 25.8
87 45 94 B B- 87.6
63 77 45 A C 35.4
52 67 32 B E 44.0
49 43 41 C D- 29.8
97 51 99 B A+37.9
91 52 94 B A- 128
47 57 38 C B 24.2
82 87 52 B B- 37.1
76 78 75 A D+ 17.4
53 56 36 D D 16.0
56 67 46 B B 70.4
33 38 14 B D+ 31.6
59 88 48 B E 31.6
78 54 77 B C- 36.2
25 50 36 D E 64.5
90 84 83 A E 43.8
74 87 64 A B 44.7
63 62 31 B B 27.5
53 28 66 C D+ 21.2
49 39 57 C B- 38.3
89 76 98 E B 21.2
22 24 42 C E 24.9
65 47 54 B B 73.4
65 24 83 C C 39.7
29 5 67 E E 29.2
63 39 70 E B+ 27.1
78 91 67 C C+ 87.3
42 37 42 C C+ 24.1
60 12 85 E A+18.8
81 67 76 C B- 22.2
45 94 43 .. E 85.0
77 74 84 C B- 93.4
54 36 44 C A- 32.7
90 93 84 C C- 22.3
80 99 69 A C 23.0
88 18 99 B A 129
64 11 89 B C- 11.8
85 98 74 B D- 85.3
89 77 95 D B- 20.2
39 93 31 .. E 21.7
97 88 96 B B+ 41.7
62 85 37 A D+ 159
97 79 86 A A- 1395
60 3 93 D B- 54.2
84 88 66 A B- 12.5
60 44 76 D E 14.5
55 77 44 .. D- 24.5
86 74 94 C B+ 91.4
53 2 83 D C 17.1
68 59 77 B D+ 51.1
45 30 64 D B- 25.7
51 79 40 C C- 88.0
83 76 93 C B+ 58.8
72 64 51 A D- 105
62 90 48 A D- 25.5
85 80 90 D B 112
70 70 87 B C NH
60 93 50 A E 94.4
23 34 12 .. B- 213

500.comA r WBAI 20.56 +0.53 -53 783 52o


AMCEnt 2.7 AMC 29.47 -1.09 +78 499 33o
AvidTech
AVID 11.30 -0.11 -55 262 10
AvisBudget r CAR 44.47 +0.63 +13 2.8m 14o
BonaFilm BONA 11.82 +0.01 -47 263 36
BoydGm
BYD 16.91 -0.26 -4 1.1m 45o
Brunswi 1.0 r BC 52.28 -0.84 -14 857 20o
Carnival 2.3 CCL 52.09 -0.54 +23 4.1m 22o
Carniva 2.2 CUK 54.39 -0.43 -26 195 23o
CedarFa 5.3 FUN 56.14 -1.97 -1 151 26o
ChinaLodng r HTHT 24.98 -0.09+180 657 27k
ChoiceH 1.6 r CHH 48.80 -0.11+180 497 23o
Churchl .7 CHDN 139.7 -1.21 +7 64 58o
Cinemar 2.7 CNK 36.70 -1.51+122 1.4m 21o
Clubcorp 2.3 MYCC 22.72 -0.39 +26 681 49o
Collectrs 7.1 CLCT 19.76 -0.06 -36 15 20k
Ctrip
CTRP 77.47 -2.03 -43 1.7m 99o
DiamondRs r DRII 27.90 -0.88 +58 731 19o
DiscoveryC DISCK 27.97 +1.25+540 9.6m 15o
Dreamworks DWA 20.62 -0.38+158 2.2m ..o
ErosA
EROS 35.57 -1.17 +77 629 49k
Expedia .6 EXPE 121.6 -5.19 +94 3.2m 33o
Extended 3.6 STAY 18.66 -0.29 +78 841 51o
FTDCos
FTD 30.38 +1.08+113 276 11o
FoxFactory r FOXF 16.79 +0.97+137 189 19
GlobalEagleEt ENT 11.65 -0.62 +78 490 ..
HarleyDa 2.1 r HOG 58.45 +0.34 -17 1.9m 15o
HertzGlbl
HTZ 16.33 +0.07 -28 6.0m 10
HiltonW
.3 HLT 25.69 -0.09 +49 15m 35o
Homeaway AWAY 30.61 -0.46 +9 1.5m 51o
HyattHotels r H 52.61 +0.73+140 860 58o
Imax
IMAX 36.42 -1.56 -28 804 39o
Intercontl 1.9 IHG 40.49 -0.68 -38 141 23o
IntervalLe 2.3 IILG 21.05 -0.46 +44 312 15o
IntlGam 2.4 IGT 18.70 -0.19 -46 741 20
IntlSpe
.8 ISCA 33.25 -0.33 -40 86 25o
IsleCapri
ISLE 18.19 -0.46 -46 262 24
LaQuinta
LQ 20.56 -0.38 +83 2.3m 99o
LasVegas 4.6 LVS 56.03 +0.06 -38 3.5m 18o
LionsGa
.8 LGF 35.34 -2.08+262 4.3m 20
LiveNatn
LYV 25.24 -0.30 +13 920 ..
MGMResrts MGM 21.99 -0.37 +18 12m 42o
MadisSqGrdn MSG 76.44 -1.28+274 1.8m 27
MalibuBtsA MBUU 19.19 +0.14 -48 82 25o
MnchstrUtd MANU 18.21 -0.14 -11 49 ..o
Marcus 2.1 MCS 20.04 -0.03 -33 38 23o
Marriott 1.4 r MAR 70.93 +0.23 +85 3.8m 24o
MarriottV 1.2 VAC.82.77 -0.70 0 231 25o
MelcoCr 1.0 r MPEL 22.31 +0.82 +37 5.2m 30o
MonrchCs r MCRI 18.70 -0.11 -18 34 18o
Nautilus
r NLS 16.54 -0.47 +66 443 20o
Netflix
NFLX 126.5 +2.74 +25 25m 99o
Orbitzn
OWW 11.44 +0.12+175 7.0m ..o
Outerwll1.8 r OUTR 67.12 -1.59 +24 588 7o
PenNatlGam PENN 19.02 -0.17 -34 607 33o
PerformSports PSG 15.98 +0.10 -29 212 13
PinnacleEnt PNK 39.00 -0.11 -20 717 25o
Polaris
1.6 r PII 135.5 -1.24 -22 620 19o
PricelineGrp PCLN 1352 +0.59 +40 865 25o
QunarCayB QUNR 43.54 +0.88 -38 900 ..
RCIHospitalty RICK 11.28 -0.08+119 68 7
ReadgIntA
RDI 12.08 -0.08 -36 46 19
RegalEnt 4.5 RGC 19.55 -0.32 +35 1.4m 19o
RoyalCa 1.3 RCL 90.00 +0.05+101 3.7m 25o
SciGames SGMS 12.85 -0.28 +30 1.5m ..o
SixFlags 4.5 SIX 46.36 -0.45 -27 551 74o
Speedwy 2.9 TRK 21.00 -0.52 -8 37 34
Starwoo 2.0 HOT 75.91 -0.92 -1 2.4m 24o
SteinerLeis STNR 57.21 -0.41 -40 49 18o
TripAdvisor TRIP 76.12 -1.84 +14 2.4m 39o
TumiHldgs TUMI 20.00 +1.00+206 1.6m 21o
VailRes 2.3 MTN 109.3 -0.60 -20 155 38o
VistaOutdr r VSTO 48.35 +0.18 -25 217 20
Wyndhm 2.1 WYN 79.18 -0.52 +88 2.1m 16o
Wynn 2.0 WYNN 100.7 -0.57 -30 1.8m 21o

7. SOFTWARE

Daily
Jan. 1
-2.4% Change
+12.04%Since

SECTOR LEADER | NYSE

98 99 97 A B- 39.87PaycmSft PAYC.36.96 -0.89 +71 986 99o


KEY DATA: EPS 3 Q Avg 283%, LQ 150%, Next Q 20%, Sales 3Q Avg 47%,

LQ 47%, Next Yr EPS 56%, Pretax 10%, ROE 24%, EPS due 11/04

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

96 85 94 A A- 62.07Blackba .8 BLKB 59.46


95 82 81 A B- 36.67CheetahMbCMCM 24.43
99 99 96 A B 76.47CybarkSft CYBR.58.64
98 99 98 A B+ 82.97EllieMae
ELLI 79.26
98 99 92 A B- 51.27Fleetmatics FLTX.47.92
99 98 96 A A- 63.67LuxoftA LXFT.60.29
99 99 97 B C- 200 7PaloAltNts PANW 174.5
96 91 86 C B 77.87SPSCommr SPSC 71.71
89 99 87 B E 131 7TableaSftr DATA 99.3

-1.60 -4 205 41o


-0.37 +37 2.0m 71
-1.27 -30 1.9m 91
-1.72 +6 436 53o
-1.07 +67 599 38
-0.15 +4 256 26k
-15.78+108 3.1m 99o
-0.50 -4 94 99o
-4.69 +18 1.4m 99o

76 45 97 .. A- 34.7
92 98 80 B B- 25.8
93 57 92 A B 29.2
95 82 92 A B 29.2
79 73 83 B B- 84.4
65 61 81 D B- 15.9
48 36 56 C D+ 10.5
76 66 82 A C- 95.6
82 66 72 A C 47.2
85 85 75 B B 153
88 60 98 B B 16.3
42 30 39 B B- 65.0
64 69 49 A D- 90.2
39 62 17 .. D- 46.8
85 76 64 A B- 30.8
48 57 41 B E 33.4
94 93 85 A B+ 21.3
92 69 85 B B- 17.3
84 96 60 A E 75.7
92 82 72 A B 88.5
97 80 89 A B- 29.7
91 81 85 A A- 77.7
75 75 65 C D 29.7
90 79 97 B C 63.2
53 17 73 C D 75.9
77 56 85 C B- 17.4
77 80 66 B D+ 134
96 80 98 A B- 38.0
91 56 97 B B+ 75.8
93 89 91 A C+ 97.6
71 36 91 D C- 55.3
91 48 97 A B 49.2
83 45 86 B A- 60.9
78 29 98 D B+ 73.3

-1.77 +95 556 ..


-0.40 -33 475 25o
-2.29 +44 769 14o
... +42 9.3m 19o
-1.19 -23 2.3m 52o
-0.13 +19 3.7m 41o
-0.01 -60 20 30k
-1.06 +43 512 27o
-0.51 +30 648 30
-1.80 -31 291 94o
-0.22 +67 113 67
-1.17 -34 1.6m 46
-1.54 -18 1.5m 27o
-1.08 -42 356 86o
-0.30 -20 116 17
-0.28 +2 2.7m 11o
-0.30 -53 1.4m 20o
-0.62 -49 206 94o
-2.00+118 4.6m 35o
-0.93 +15 1.8m 20o
... -42 256 13
-1.24 +8 2.2m 21o
-0.54 +25 276 99
... -67 618 41
-1.09+122 998 ..o
-0.34 +9 49 80k
-3.19 +17 402 17o
-0.75 +70 624 18
-1.15 +44 4.6m 29o
-0.90 0 173 23o
-1.28 -10 6.5m ..o
-2.19 +24 2.1m 99o
-1.17 -42 244 87
-2.48 +86 836 ..

2U
TWOU 32.05
ACIWwde ACIW 22.72
AVGTech
AVG 25.84
Activsn
.8 ATVI 28.71
AdobeSys r ADBE 82.19
Allscripts MDRX 14.40
AmSft 4.3 AMSWA 9.22
Ansys
ANSS 92.96
AspenTech AZPN 42.85
Athenhltn ATHN 132.8
Attunity
ATTU 14.88
Autodesk ADSK 52.94
AutoDat 2.4 ADP 80.30
BarrcdaNts CUDA 25.98
Bottomline r EPAY 26.81
CAInc
3.5 CA 28.92
Cadence
CDNS 20.80
Callidus
CALD 16.13
Cerner
CERN 65.30
Checkpoint r CHKP 81.25
ChinaMbileA CMGE 21.65
CitrixSys
CTXS 75.72
Cvent
CVT 27.08
DealerTrack TRAK 62.11
Demandwre DWRE 60.51
DescSys
DSGX 17.00
DSTSyst 1.1 DST 106.2
Ebix
.9 EBIX 32.48
ElecArts
EA 74.01
FairIsa .1 r FICO 90.68
FireEye
FEYE 43.28
Fortinet
FTNT 46.64
Guidewire GWRE 57.71
Imperva
IMPV 64.58

5 5 5 5 5 52-wk

Dividend Stock Close


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

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

IBD Composite Rating

STOCK SPOTLIGHT

INVESTOR'S BUSINESS DAILY

FRIDAY, AUGUST 7, 2015

B5

Nasdaq stocks in Spotlight YTD up 14.7%, NYSE stocks in Spotlight YTD up 16.5%, S&P 500 YTD up 2.0%
ACADIA HEALTHCARE INC: (ACHC)
Group 4
o$82.84
99 Comp. Rating 99 EPS RS 95 ROE 12% 49.4M Shares
PROVIDES PSYCHIATRIC SERVICES FOR BEHAVIORAL HEALTH DISORDERS THROUGH 78 TREATMENT FACILITIES WITH 5,800 BEDS
+40% Ann. EPS Gro PE 43 Avg. Daily Vol 758,500 Debt 121%
Last Qtr Eps +78%5 Prior Qtr +54%6 Last Qtr Sales+112%
10 Qtrs EPS ) 15%
Eps Due 10/29e

APOGEE ENTERPRISES: (APOG)


Group 14
o$53.22
98 Comp. Rating 99 EPS RS 87 ROE 12% 28.1M Shares
MAKES GLASS WALLS, WINDOWS AND FILM COATINGS FOR COMMERCIAL BUILDINGS AND ELECTRONICS DISPLAYS.
+54% Ann. EPS Gro PE 31 Avg. Daily Vol 324,400 Debt 5%
Last Qtr Eps +95%5 Prior Qtr +74%5 Last Qtr Sales +14%
15 Qtrs EPS ) 15%
Eps Due 9/16e

Acc/Dis B+

CENTERSTATE BANKS INC: (CSFL)


Group 33
o$14.00
96 Comp. Rating 91 EPS RS 90 ROE 6% 43.6M Shares
HOLDING COMPANY FOR CENTERSTATE BANK OF FLORIDA OPERATING THROUGH 58 OFFICES IN 20 FLORIDA COUNTIES.
+2% Ann. EPS Gro PE 19 Avg. Daily Vol 153,100 Debt 5%
Last Qtr Eps +100%5 Prior Qtr +54%6 Last Qtr Sales +32%
5 Qtrs EPS ) 15%
Eps Due 10/27e

Acc/Dis BSup/Demand 77

SKYWEST INC: (SKYW)


Group 13
o$17.20
89 Comp. Rating 77 EPS RS 95 ROE 0% 48.6M Shares
PROVIDES DAILY DEPARTURES IN THE U.S., CANADA, MEXICO
AND THE CARIBBEAN VIA SKYWEST AIRLINES AND EXPRESSJET
... Ann. EPS Gro PE 11 Avg. Daily Vol 576,800 Debt 110%
Last Qtr Eps +310%5 Prior Qtr +141%5 Last Qtr Sales -3%
3 Qtrs EPS ) 15%
Eps Due 10/27

Acc/Dis B

Acc/Dis BSup/Demand 77

Just above 81.86 three-weeks-tight entry.

Forming late-stage base with 61.15 buy point.

Well extended from 12.10 buy point and pullbacks to 10-week line.

Just below 17.30 consolidation buy point.

G III APPAREL GROUP INC: (GIII)


Group 26
o$69.91
99 Comp. Rating 95 EPS RS 96 ROE 16% 39.6M Shares
MAKES COATS, JACKETS, PANTS AND OTHER SPORTSWEAR
UNDER LICENSED AND PROPRIETARY BRANDS.
+24% Ann. EPS Gro PE 30 Avg. Daily Vol 379,200 Debt 0%
Last Qtr Eps +400%5 Prior Qtr +58%5 Last Qtr Sales +18%
2 Qtrs EPS ) 15%
Eps Due 9/1

JETBLUE AIRWAYS CORP: (JBLU)


Group 13
o$23.27
95 Comp. Rating 98 EPS RS 96 ROE 10% 307.0M Shares
PROVIDES POINT-TO-POINT PASSENGER AIRLINE SERVICE TO 87
CITIES IN 27 STATES, PUERTO RICO, VIRGIN ISLANDS
+42% Ann. EPS Gro PE 17 Avg. D. Vol 8,766,600 Debt 78%
Last Qtr Eps +132%6 Prior Qtr+1900%5 Last Qtr Sales +8%
3 Qtrs EPS ) 15%
Eps Due 10/21

MASIMO CORP: (MASI)


Group 22
o$42.34
98 Comp. Rating 89 EPS RS 97 ROE 22% 43.9M Shares
DEVELOPS PATIENT MONITORING PRODUCTS AS WELL AS CONSUMABLES AND REUSABLES.
+10% Ann. EPS Gro PE 28 Avg. Daily Vol 350,900 Debt 41%
Last Qtr Eps +72%5 Prior Qtr +37%5 Last Qtr Sales +11%
3 Qtrs EPS ) 15%
Eps Due 10/29e
R&D 10%

EQUINIX INC: (EQIX)


Group 27
o$280.00
96 Comp. Rating 97 EPS RS 89 ROE 5% 56.4M Shares
PROVIDES NETWORK-NEUTRAL COLOCATION, INTERCONNECTION
AND MANAGED SERVICES
+16% Ann. EPS Gro PE 75 Avg. Daily Vol 644,900 Debt 121%
Last Qtr Eps +368%5 Prior Qtr +65%5 Last Qtr Sales +10%
2 Qtrs EPS ) 15%
Eps Due 10/27

Acc/Dis B

Acc/Dis C
Sup/Demand 94

Acc/Dis B+

Acc/Dis ASup/Demand 78

First test of 10-week line since breakaway gap in June.

Extended past 21.70; 3-weeks-tight shows 24.29 entry.

Extended after Feb. breakout; many pullbacks to 10-wk line.

2% above 274.23 buy point of flat base.

MOLINA HEALTHCARE INC (MOH)


Group 28
o$76.32
98 Comp. Rating 97 EPS RS 97 ROE 14% 38.6M Shares
PROVIDES MANAGED HEALTHCARE SERVICES VIA GOVERNMENTSPONSORED PROGRAMS FOR LOW-INCOME FAMILIES
+113% Ann. EPS Gro PE 21 Avg. D. Vol 1,160,700 Debt 90%
Last Qtr Eps +169%5 Prior Qtr +163%6 Last Qtr Sales +52%
4 Qtrs EPS ) 15%
Eps Due 10/28

PALO ALTO NETWORKS (PANW)


Group 11
o$174.49
99 Comp. Rating 99 EPS RS 97 ROE 9% 69.4M Shares
PROVIDES NETWORK SECURITY PRODUCTS FOR ENTERPRISES,
SERVICE PROVIDERS AND GOVERNMENT ENTITIES.
+67% Ann. EPS Gro PE 257 Avg. D. Vol 1,471,600 Debt 100%
Last Qtr Eps +109%5 Prior Qtr +90%5 Last Qtr Sales +55%
8 Qtrs EPS ) 15%
Eps Due 9/9
R&D 18%

VALEANT PHARMACEUTICALS (VRX)


Group 6
o$248.40
99 Comp. Rating 98 EPS RS 97 ROE 55% 328.8M Shares
DEVELOPS BRANDED DRUGS IN THE AREAS OF DERMATOLOGY,
NEUROLOGY AND EYE HEALTH AND OTC PRODUCTS.
+37% Ann. EPS Gro PE 26 Avg. D. Vol 1,626,700 Debt 287%
Last Qtr Eps +34% Prior Qtr +34%5 Last Qtr Sales +34%
9 Qtrs EPS ) 15%
Eps Due 10/19
R&D 3%

DIPLOMAT PHARMACY INC (DPLO)


Group 19
o$47.33
98 Comp. Rating 80 EPS RS 99 ROE 12% 35.6M Shares
PROVIDES PHARMACY BENEFIT MANAGEMENT SERVICES FOR PATIENTS WITH COMPLEX CHRONIC DISEASES.
... Ann. EPS Gro PE 169 Avg. Daily Vol 670,900 Debt 3%
Last Qtr Eps +300%5 Prior Qtr +125%5 Last Qtr Sales +49%
2 Qtrs EPS ) 15%
Eps Due 11/10e

Acc/Dis A
Sup/Demand 91

Acc/Dis CSup/Demand 88

Acc/Dis B

Acc/Dis ASup/Demand 76

In buy range, 3% past 74.08 flat base buy point.

Extended past 129.52 entry, many pullbacks to 10-week line.

7% gains past 246.11 entry sags to 1% above entry.

Gain from 32.70 buy point topped 50%; OK to take profits.

ESSENT GROUP LTD (ESNT)


Group 36
o$28.80
98 Comp. Rating 84 EPS RS 90 ROE 11% 44.5M Shares
OFFERS PRIVATE MORTGAGE INSURANCE AND REINSURANCE IN
ALL 50 STATES AND THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA.
+92% Ann. EPS Gro PE 23 Avg. Daily Vol 600,000 Debt 0%
Last Qtr Eps +111%5 Prior Qtr +50%6 Last Qtr Sales +67%
3 Qtrs EPS ) 15%
Eps Due 8/7

PAYCOM SOFTWARE INC (PAYC)


Group 46
o$36.96
98 Comp. Rating 99 EPS RS 97 ROE 24% 12.8M Shares
PROVIDES CLOUD-BASED SOFTWARE THAT MANAGES EMPLOYMENT LIFE CYCLE FOR EMPLOYERS AND EMPLOYEES.
+81% Ann. EPS Gro PE 112 Avg. Daily Vol 578,100 Debt 35%
Last Qtr Eps +150%6 Prior Qtr +300%6 Last Qtr Sales +47%
5 Qtrs EPS ) 15%
Eps Due 11/4e
R&D 3%

UNIVERSAL INSURANCE HLDG (UVE)


Group 36
o$28.29
99 Comp. Rating 96 EPS RS 95 ROE 39% 31.9M Shares
OFFERS PROPERTY AND CASUALTY INSURANCE INCLUDING
WIND RISK COVERAGE TO HOMEOWNERS MAINLY IN FLORIDA.
+78% Ann. EPS Gro PE 11 Avg. Daily Vol 316,200 Debt 7%
Last Qtr Eps +41%6 Prior Qtr +63%5 Last Qtr Sales +42%
4 Qtrs EPS ) 15%
Eps Due 10/30e

ELLIE MAE INC (ELLI)


Group 18
o$79.26
98 Comp. Rating 99 EPS RS 98 ROE 15% 27.3M Shares
PROVIDES ELECTRONIC MORTGAGE ORIGINATION SERVICES VIA
A NETWORK CONNECTING PROFESSIONALS AND LENDERS.
+12% Ann. EPS Gro PE 54 Avg. Daily Vol 410,600 Debt 0%
Last Qtr Eps +50%6 Prior Qtr +106%5 Last Qtr Sales +65%
3 Qtrs EPS ) 15%
Eps Due 10/28
R&D 17%

Acc/Dis A-

Tight trade near highs after reclaiming 26.12 buy point.

Acc/Dis B-

Double-bottom base shows 39.27 buy point.

Acc/Dis A-

Acc/Dis B+
Sup/Demand 83

Steady climber is 18% past 67.10 buy point.

3% past 27.49 cup-with-handle buy point.

Spotlight looks for stocks with strong earnings, sales and other fundamentals and in bases or breaking out. Performance data up to prior day. Nasdaq stocks show : after name.

Stock Spotlight Analysis


BY SCOTT STODDARD
INVESTOR'S BUSINESS DAILY

Leading building products stock Apogee EnterprisesAPOG is


working on a possible new base amid accelerating earnings
growth.
The maker of glass walls and windows for commercial
buildings has been bumping up against resistance at its
50-day moving average. The stock will need to climb above
that level to complete what is currently an undefined pattern.
IBD Composite Rating
Earnings Per Share Growth Rating
Relative Price Strength Rating
Sales+Profit Margins+ROE
Accumulation/Distribution (3 mos)
52-wk

6 6 6 6 6 High
41 4 54 D B- 11.9
81 62 89 B B NH
46 69 17 A D- 33.8
72 45 83 B C- 109
94 90 81 A C- NH
69 24 65 A B+ 18.4
97 97 97 A B- 69.8
65 64 69 A D 23.9
86 85 75 A B- 61.3
91 96 82 A B 27.4
65 59 66 A D+ 50.1
83 77 93 E B+ 221
31 49 26 B D- 34.4
99 90 95 A B 154
78 83 50 A B 48.1
75 74 58 B C+ 113
73 51 85 B B 18.4
44 54 26 B D+ 61.7
42 53 39 B E 46.7
62 68 32 B B+ 30.5
62 79 49 B D- 42.8
54 51 34 C B 29.0
63 23 93 D C- 14.9
80 53 96 D B- 38.6
35 53 18 B D 20.7
95 80 92 A C 27.9
83 40 85 A A- 30.6
74 19 95 D B 72.7
92 96 87 B A 28.7
81 44 96 D B 30.4
77 46 93 C B+ 42.1
86 98 48 A C 55.5
91 91 87 A C+ 81.5
79 48 93 D B+ 20.4
87 77 86 B D 20.6
55 41 57 B D+ 79.3
98 90 92 A B+ 70.6
91 93 79 B B 78.5
74 53 82 C C 83.5
48 49 26 D C 71.8
57 67 18 A B 67.4
78 65 87 C C- 76.9
52 56 32 B D- 27.3
96 97 75 A B 54.1
90 84 87 A A- NH
62 88 18 A D- 15.1
76 68 78 D C 31.2
32 9 48 D D 23.8
98 96 88 A B 187
77 97 35 A D- 35.0
84 99 45 A B- 33.7

Dividend Stock Close


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

inContact SAAS 9.43 -0.17 +10 534 ..


Informatca INFA 48.73 +0.17+999 17m 30o
Inovalon
INOV 19.53 -5.87+546 2.2m 41o
Intuit
1.0 INTU 104.2 -2.61 -11 1.2m 38
JackHen 1.4 r JKHY 69.72 -0.73 -2 342 28
KingDigital KING 15.00 -0.86+192 4.1m 6
ManhAsc MANH 64.21 -2.10 -50 380 48o
MedAssets r MDAS 20.94 +0.37 +37 1.1m 15o
Medidata MDSO 51.25 -1.22 +6 525 61o
Mentr
.9 MENT 25.65 -0.60 -31 518 13
Microso 2.7 MSFT 46.62 -0.96 -14 27m 17o
MicroStrat MSTR 213.0 -3.21 -7 88 37o
Monotype 1.6 TYPE 24.27 -0.22 -37 111 22o
NetEase 1.0 NTES 146.0 +0.48 -60 383 22
Netscout
NTCT 39.16 -0.94 -36 1.2m 19o
NetSuite
N 95.35 -2.48 -19 317 99o
Nuance
r NUAN 17.95 -0.29 +19 2.3m 15
OpenText 1.8 OTEX 45.71 -0.10 -27 352 13o
Oracle 1.5 ORCL 39.32 -0.32 -34 11m 14o
ProsHldg
PRO 21.29 -0.46 +31 318 66
PTCInc
PTC 36.07 -0.43 -35 606 16o
Pandora
P 17.69 -0.12 +13 5.6m 84o
ParkCityGrp PCYG 13.04 -0.90 -2 51 99o
Paylocity
PCTY 36.14 -1.35 +16 257 ..
PDFSltions PDFS 13.04 -0.06 0 230 14o
Pegasyst .5 r PEGA 26.65 +0.02 +49 272 37o
ProgSftw
PRGS 29.35 -0.56 -36 175 19o
Proofpoint PFPT 64.07 -2.71 +1 639 ..o
QADInc 1.1 QADA 25.73 -0.70 -63 29 29
Q2Holdings QTWO 26.43 -1.04 +16 190 ..
QlikTech
QLIK 39.33 -1.29 +6 1.3m 99o
Qualys
QLYS.33.25 -5.34+122 1.5m 54o
RedHat
r RHT 77.64 -2.50 -23 983 45o
RingCentralA RNG 19.02 -0.42 +11 803 ..o
RubiconProjct RUBI 16.21 -0.81 +30 711 42o
SAP
1.2 SAP 72.26 -0.09 -30 773 17o
SS&CTec .7 r SSNC 67.81 -1.28 -54 327 27o
Salesforce CRM.70.43 -2.10 -30 2.2m 99
Servicenow NOW.75.99 -2.42 +34 1.7m 99o
Sohu.com SOHU 50.91 +0.54 -24 574 ..o
SoleraH 1.9 r SLH 41.62 +1.37+146 1.2m 13
Splunk
SPLK 68.31 -1.00 +24 2.5m 99
Symntc 2.7 r SYMC 22.35 -0.55 -20 3.0m 11
Synchronos SNCR.47.45 -1.35 -49 261 23o
Synopsys
SNPS 51.07 -0.53 -33 476 18
Tangoe
r TNGO 10.35 -0.03 +98 315 14
Textura
TXTR 28.66 -0.17 -27 88 ..o
Tubemogul TUBE 13.10 -0.41 -49 232 ..
UltimtSftwr ULTI 183.2 -3.45 -26 236 78o
VscoData VDSI.19.51 -0.10 -59 799 13o
VeevaSysA VEEV.25.45 -0.96 -36 746 65

Apogee boasts a Composite Rating of 98, third best in the


highly rated building products industry behind Leaderboard
stock Acuity BrandsAYI and PGTPGTI.
It also has a best-possible 99 Earnings Per Share Rating, reflecting six quarters of strong profit growth, which has
picked up over the last two quarters from a 42% gain to subsequent increases of 74% and 95%.
Arguably nothing is more important than earnings growth
as surging profit levels is what most investors are after. And
for growth investors, earnings growth in the double digits is
definitely necessary and it is often an indication of strong
prospects (and stock price gains) ahead for the company in
question, Zacks Equity Research said July 2.

IBD Composite Rating


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

6 6 6 6 6 High
68 60 57 A E 66.5
92 88 88 .. A 71.8
78 87 47 A C+ 103
60 54 38 D B+ 97.4

8. RETAIL

Dividend Stock Close


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

VerintSys VRNT 56.99


Verisign
VRSN 70.62
VMware r VMW 83.04
Workday WDAY 81.92

-0.75 +51 549 17


-0.45 +9 976 24o
-3.18+282 5.0m 22o
-1.48 -44 768 ..

Daily
Jan. 1
-2.1% Change
+5.16%Since

SECTOR LEADER | NSDAQ

98 97 93 A B 171 7UltaBeau ULTA.164.8 -2.21 -21 630 39o


KEY DATA: EPS 3 Q Avg 28%, LQ 35%, Next Q 19%, Sales 3Q Avg 21%,

LQ 22%, Next Yr EPS 19%, Pretax 12%, ROE 23%, EPS due 09/11

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

89 97 80 B C- 96.67AsburyAut r ABG 85.21 -0.59 +21 396 17o


97 97 85 A B+ 758 7Chipotle CMG.749.6 -8.17 -31 406 45o
97 95 96 B B+ NH 7Chuy'sHlgs CHUY 34.41 +0.19+140 511 40o
79 94 88 .. D- 119 7Dominos 1.1 DPZ 111.8 -2.56 -3 482 35o
91 88 84 A D 56.87Dunkin 2.0 DNKN 53.72 -0.63 -23 1.0m 29o
72 84 86 .. B 36.87HDSupply HDS 34.26 -0.66 -11 2.0m 24o
91 84 85 A B- 32.37LKQ
LKQ 31.49 -0.26 -35 1.0m 23o
71 92 86 .. D 30.07MichaelsCos MIK 25.20 -0.34 -25 633 16
82 96 81 B C 35.07NatGrcsVit NGVC 25.75 -0.15 -35 63 35o
95 95 85 A B+ 66.57Popeyes
PLKI 58.73 -2.28 -13 159 33
95 90 91 C A- 95.07RedRobin RRGB 88.79 -4.11 +59 320 30
95 93 92 A B- 17.87Ruths 1.4 r RUTH 16.66 -0.55 +6 159 20o
76 90 82 C C+ 19.87Smart&Final SFS 16.72 -0.57 -53 154 24
66 13 81 B D 83.7
90 87 91 B D- 39.1
94 86 90 A A 177
81 98 27 A D+ 120
88 49 96 D A- 580
83 75 90 D B 18.4
60 81 43 C C- 57.6
78 84 90 C B- 49.0
50 79 25 B D+ 50.0
19 16 33 D D 17.6
78 95 63 B B- 67.5
81 89 85 .. B+ 712
78 86 81 D C 55.4
72 54 90 D A- 36.3
42 74 33 B E 79.6
38 55 33 D D+ 42.0
46 72 32 D C 51.8
79 81 78 C B- 26.3
78 53 93 B C+ 34.4
64 69 40 C A 15.5
85 88 72 B B- 63.4
42 53 30 B C+ 53.6
94 70 90 B A 197
77 63 90 B B 23.0
71 71 88 .. B+ 61.9
49 84 31 D B- 45.3

58.com
WUBA 57.14 +0.63 +11 1.1m ..
Aarons
.2 AAN 36.72 -0.83 -31 457 17o
AdvAuto .1 AAP 172.7 -2.53 -41 597 22
Alibaba
BABA 78.96 -0.86 -18 9.3m 33
Amazon
AMZN 529.5 -7.55 +9 3.8m ..o
AmerEag 2.9 AEO 17.34 -0.43 +1 4.1m 22
AmCarMrt CRMT 46.03 -0.58 -29 23 14
Ann
ANN 45.81 +0.05 -43 463 23
AppldInd 2.8 AIT 38.09 +0.29 -33 177 13k
AscenaRtl ASNA 12.56 +0.05 +5 4.1m 19o
Autonation r AN 60.83 -0.97 0 906 15o
Autozone
r AZO 697.1 -14.58 -18 171 20o
BJSRestrnt r BJRI 48.95 -2.48+109 736 35o
BeacnRoof BECN 34.37 -0.20 +62 754 31o
BedBthByd BBBY 63.19 -0.87 +81 3.3m 12o
BestBuy 3.0 BBY 31.11 -0.89 +21 4.4m 11
BigLots
1.8 BIG 42.27 -1.00 -55 472 16
BlonBrd 1.1 r BLMN 22.53 -0.43 +25 2.1m 18o
BootBarn BOOT 26.57 -0.82 -14 319 33o
BravoBrio BBRG 12.92 -0.15+295 321 19o
Brinker 2.0 r EAT 56.48 -2.86+323 4.0m 18o
Buckle
2.2 BKE 41.11 -4.22+356 1.2m 12
BffWldWg BWLD 192.2 -4.64 -21 396 39o
BldBear
BBW 20.00 +1.34+237 791 15o
BurligtnStrs r BURL 53.29 -1.15 -49 842 26o
CSTBra
.7 CST 35.76 -2.04+117 1.3m 11

Construction stocks have been climbing amid an uptick in


building activity fueled by an expanding economy and job
growth.
The 36-stock building products group was ranked 18th out
of 197 as of Thursdays IBD, while the broader building sector was ranked 4th out of 33.
Apogees sales rose 14% in the latest period to $240 million,
the smallest increase in six quarters but in line with the companys three-year sales growth rate.
Annual pretax margin and return on equity are below the
17% youd like to see in a growth stock, but both measures
have shown improvement for three straight years.
Apogee has also enjoyed rising demand from institutional
investors over the past four quarters.

IBD Composite Rating


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

6 6 6 6 6 High
87 82 87 C B- 113
39 66 21 C C- 64.0
84 92 80 C B+ 33.8
70 88 64 B D- 75.4
89 95 93 D A+106
68 73 49 B A 44.9
91 90 91 B B 162
66 57 88 E B 11.7
89 88 84 B B+ 58.9
43 66 35 D C- 19.0
48 67 60 D E 69.9
55 68 61 D D+ 27.5
8 43 5 D E 51.5
57 43 74 C D+ 46.6
77 69 66 A B 38.5
71 86 74 C C+ 156
75 85 61 B B- 39.6
87 76 91 C B+ 75.6
95 69 97 A A 40.1
95 84 94 A B+ 12.8
65 82 61 B D+ 60.3
33 86 22 C E 144
90 87 76 A B- 114
89 89 87 B C+ 81.4
82 83 83 A D- 84.2
96 83 89 A A 29.4
43 70 9 B D 40.9
29 61 28 C D+ 44.9
55 40 89 E B+ 25.0
69 55 84 C B+ 32.6
74 56 90 C A- 19.6
12 13 7 D D- 34.7
62 82 39 A D 48.4
92 92 72 A B+ 69.0
70 63 72 C B+ 31.9
92 94 65 A A- 47.9
92 93 92 B A- 72.8
25 64 12 B E 115
39 51 21 B C+ 18.2
51 87 29 A D- 42.1
90 75 91 B A 51.7
83 81 83 C B+ 47.8
42 66 27 B D- 46.9
33 55 25 C D 89.6
48 64 43 B E 109
80 95 84 C D- 97.3
82 85 78 B A- 75.4
51 98 11 B E 44.2
61 78 46 B B 55.7
93 96 85 A B 118
74 78 97 D C+ 54.6

Dividend Stock Close


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

CVSHea 1.3 CVS 108.1 -3.08 +59 6.8m 22o


Cabelas
CAB 44.25 -0.66 +1 873 15o
Caleres
.9 CAL 32.44 -0.77 -32 159 18
CarMax
r KMX.62.10 -2.67 +58 2.4m 21o
CaseysG .8 CASY 104.2 -1.47 -49 224 22o
CatoA 3.2 CATO 37.22 -1.47 -38 88 16k
Cracker 2.6 r CBRL 152.9 -1.64 -24 331 23o
CntrlGarden CENTA 11.24 +0.92 -37 80 18
Cheesca 1.4 CAKE 56.57 -1.60 +11 727 25o
ChicosF 2.1 CHS 15.09 +0.06 -19 2.0m 21
ChildrsP 1.0 PLCE 57.90 -0.82 -1 309 17
CitiTrends CTRN 22.83 -0.44 -46 56 28
Companh .8 CBD 19.96 -0.89 +45 910 9x
Conns
CONN 32.56 +0.21 +10 829 24
Copart
CPRT 35.98 -0.37 -63 193 22o
Costco 1.1 r COST 146.4 -0.45 0 1.9m 28o
DSW
2.4 DSW 32.97 -0.33 +65 2.0m 17
DardenR 3.1 DRI 70.80 -4.11 +80 2.8m 26o
Dave&Buster PLAY 38.80 -0.86 -52 290 38
Dennys
r DENN 12.38 -0.14 -7 619 29o
DicksSp 1.1 DKS 50.00 -2.00 +60 1.7m 17
Dillards .2 r DDS 100.3 -0.46 -31 375 12
Dineequ 3.4 r DIN 102.2 -2.03 +11 165 18o
DollarG 1.1 r DG 79.24 -1.44 +11 2.6m 21
DollarTree DLTR 77.60 -0.98 +22 2.5m 24
eBay
EBAY 28.16 -0.40 -63 9.1m 8o
ElPolloLoco LOCO 18.97 -0.60 +16 804 31
Essende 1.6 ESND 35.91 -0.48 +15 179 11
EstDelh 1.4 DEG 22.83 +0.17 -28 111 28o
EthanAl 1.9 ETH 29.92 -0.43 -15 210 21o
Express
EXPR 18.72 -0.51 +21 2.1m 21
FmsDaves DAVE 15.69 +0.08+135 250 34
Fastenal 2.8 FAST 40.12 -0.76 +37 2.8m 22o
FiestaRest FRGI 55.41 -2.90 +24 389 37o
FinishL 1.3 FINL 27.85 -0.67 -61 353 16o
FiveBelow
FIVE 36.85 -1.47 +18 1.2m 40o
FootLoc 1.4 r FL.71.31 -1.14 -33 997 18
Fossil
FOSL 64.30 +0.29 +82 1.7m 9
Francseca FRAN 11.86 ... -23 583 15o
FreshMrkt
TFM 30.19 -0.25 -3 522 17
GNCHdgs 1.4 r GNC 50.31 -0.62 +1 1.3m 17o
Gamestop 3.2 GME 45.35 -1.04 -42 1.1m 12
Gap
2.6 r GPS 34.93 -0.26 0 3.9m 12
Genesco
GCO 63.15 -0.91 -44 82 14
Genuine 2.8 GPC 88.71 -0.32 -7 578 19o
Grp1Auto .9 GPI 93.03 -2.78 -5 257 13o
HSN
2.1 r HSNI 66.67 -7.90+428 1.1m 19o
HabitRest HABT 25.03 -3.61+398 1.8m 89o
HibbettSpt HIBB 45.45 -0.68 +37 384 15
HmeDept 2.0 r HD 116.6 -1.44 +5 4.8m 24
InglsM 1.3 IMKTA 51.22 -1.44 -17 135 17o

IBD Composite Rating


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

6 6 6 6 6 High
49 62 56 D C 29.1
45 49 72 D C- 32.8
89 85 86 B B 99
39 11 64 E B 16.9
66 10 84 C B- 38.0
43 18 29 A D 39.5
88 70 85 A B+ 39.9
25 63 4 B C 158
84 71 94 C A- 29.5
35 66 39 C D 79.6
30 9 34 C D- 28.7
77 89 53 A C- 22.3
87 92 91 B B- 39.4
61 87 66 .. C- 95.8
67 83 56 C B- 28.4
85 80 79 E A+45.4
64 72 75 D B 31.6
95 98 93 A C+ 122
76 91 78 B E 76.3
83 74 86 A D+ 70.0
83 70 92 C B NH
63 68 76 C B- 73.6
30 63 19 C E 28.7
82 89 78 A D- 71.8
61 37 70 B C 101
71 59 81 B D 66.2
68 70 38 B D- 153
86 68 83 B B 67.9
44 56 34 B C 91.9
43 70 16 B E 59.8
43 71 14 C D 28.3
51 58 56 A D 83.2
96 96 92 A B- 247
79 70 90 C B+ 13.5
60 31 67 D C 27.3
86 61 88 B A- 208
90 91 94 A D+ 79.4
90 69 98 B B- 22.7
41 80 37 C D- 29.5
92 93 76 B B+ NH
78 64 78 C D 18.4
82 92 82 B C+ 72.9
53 91 24 D D 16.6
70 59 82 B C 103
51 27 90 E C- 16.2
91 28 91 A A+45.7
97 96 88 A A- 105
27 48 4 C E 21.7
90 85 69 A B+ 30.9
92 91 91 A B- NH
49 83 22 C C 38.3
41 68 32 .. B- 35.3

Dividend Stock Close


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

IngramM 1.5 IM 26.52 -0.22 +37 1.4m 10o


InsightEnt NSIT 26.87 -0.32 -35 140 13o
JackInB 1.3 JACK 91.11 -6.03+238 2.1m 31o
Jamba
r JMBA 15.24 -0.67 +89 324 99
JD.comA
JD.32.81 -1.51 0 9.1m 99
JumeiIntlA r JMEI 18.67 -0.05 -61 901 38
KARAct 2.8 r KAR 38.99 -0.40 +2 934 23o
KeurigG 2.2 GMCR 52.67 -22.31+798 18m 14o
Kirklands
KIRK 27.45 -0.52 -23 111 26
Kohls
3.0 KSS 60.35 -0.81 +79 4.1m 14
KonaGrill KONA 19.08 -0.82 -22 93 ..o
KrispyKrm r KKD 17.64 -0.69 +8 662 24o
Kroger
1.1 KR 38.72 -0.36 +4 6.6m 20o
LBrands 2.4 r LB 81.80 -2.69 +75 3.1m 22
LaZBoy 1.3 LZB 24.71 -0.28 -48 139 19
LibIntrVtA r LVNTA 41.96 -0.87 -13 769 7o
LibertyIntA r QVCA 29.98 -1.04+101 3.6m 25o
LithiaMo .7 LAD.118.5 -1.35 -19 253 19o
Lowes 1.6 r LOW 69.31 -0.63 -3 4.8m 24
Lululemon LULU 62.27 -0.42 -36 1.6m 33o
Luxotti
1.1 LUX 73.19 -0.08 -16 55 38o
Macys 2.1 r M 67.45 -1.46 -15 3.9m 15
MarineMax r HZO 16.86 -0.40 +51 437 23o
MttrsFrm MFRM 62.02 -0.05 -52 141 30
McDonal 3.4 MCD 99.4 -0.45 +25 6.7m 22o
MnsWea 1.3 MW 57.51 -0.98 -7 687 23o
Mercado .3 MELI 121.0 -10.92+302 1.2m 44o
MonrMu .9 MNRO 64.84 -1.41 -14 143 33o
MSCIndu 2.3 MSM 69.96 -0.53 -30 368 18o
NathnsFms NATH 33.26 +2.11 +12 54 15
Noodles
r NDLS 15.14 -0.51 +47 412 39
Nordstr 2.0 r JWN 74.48 -1.03 +31 1.5m 20
OReillyAuto r ORLY 241.2 -2.99 -14 464 29o
One800FlrA FLWS 9.70 -0.06 -44 216 14o
Overstk
r OSTK 21.85 -0.28 +50 148 68
Panera
r PNRA 200.7 -1.82 -25 369 32o
PapaJoh 1.0 PZZA.72.51 +1.06 +51 514 37o
PapaMurph FRSH 19.48 +0.01 -6 251 42
PCConnect PCCC 21.62 -0.40 -61 22 12
Penske
1.8 PAG 53.25 -0.96 +44 387 15x
PetMedE 4.4 PETS 16.52 -0.36 -23 158 17o
Pool
1.5 r POOL 70.37 -0.39 -22 177 26o
Potbelly
PBPB 11.56 -0.70 +88 625 44o
Pricesm .7 PSMT 95.76 -2.07 +7 189 32o
RaveRestrnt RAVE 11.74 -0.50 -5 85 ..
Restaurant 1.1 QSR 43.07 -0.84 -38 721 ..o
RestoratnHrd RH.100.9 -2.82 -10 682 41o
RetailMeNt r SALE 8.71 +0.33+394 2.7m 14o
Ritchie 2.2 r RBA 25.98 -0.45 +44 808 25
RosStor .9 r ROST.53.57 -0.24 +21 2.5m 23
RushEnt r RUSHA 25.59 -0.14 -31 153 12o
SallyBeauty r SBH 26.81 -2.85+632 8.8m 17o

B6

FRIDAY, AUGUST 7, 2015

INVESTORS.COM

Demand Strong For IT Consulting Services


IBD INDUSTRY THEMES
BY VINCENT MAO
INVESTOR'S BUSINESS DAILY

A number of IT consulting firms


have noted robust demand in all industries and markets served.
In a recent report, S&P Capital IQ
gave the IT consulting and services
provider sub-industry group a neutral rating.
We see modest near-term
growth prospects, due in part to significant competition and believe
some IT service companies will
look to supplement growth via acquisitions and partnership, analyst Scott Kessler wrote in the report.
But longer-term prospects appear bright for the industry due to
factors such as e-commerce opportunities, an IT labor shortage and
deregulation, among other things,
the report noted.
Among leading stocks in the Computer-Tech Services group, Cognizant Technology SolutionsCTSH on
Wednesday posted better-than-expected second-quarter results and

raised guidance.
Cognizants earnings grew 20%
to 79 cents a share and sales
climbed 23% to nearly $3.09 billion. Both were the biggest increases in several quarters and both
showed acceleration.
The stock gapped above a 66.06
buy point from a first-stage flat
base Wednesday.
Last month, Tyler Technologies
TYL
delivered a 25% increase in second-quarter earnings and an 18%
rise in sales. The results extended
many quarters of double-digit
gains in its top and bottom lines.
Revenue from royalties and licensing jumped 21%.
Plano, Texas-based Tyler specializes in providing information management software and services to
local governments. Analysts polled
by Thomson Reuters see profit rising 22% to $2.56 a share this year. A
19% rise to $3.05 a share is expected in 2016.
While the stock has pulled back
from an all-time high on July 23, its
still extended from a breakout past
a 130.59 buy point from a cup-withhandle base cleared on July 1. Tyler

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is a thin issue that trades about


200,000 shares a day on average.
VirtusaVRTU in late July reported
fiscal Q1 earnings of 48 cents a
share, up 26% from a year ago. That
was its biggest gain in four quarters. Sales rose 20% to nearly $135
million. Results were helped by its
recent purchase of Apparatus.
Revenue from banking and financial services rose 14% and accounted for more than half of total quarterly sales.
Virtusa is still extended past a
42.60 buy point from a flat base. It
has cooled off and breached its
10-week line after rising 24% from
its breakout.
Epam SystemsEPAM late Tuesday
posted Q2 earnings of 64 cents a
share, up 21% from a year ago. Sales
grew 25% to $217.8 million. Both
stretched a streak of double-digit
gains. Currency hurdles hurt topline growth by about 8%.
On Wednesday, Epam fell more
than 8% below a 70.59 buy point
from a flat base before doing some
repair work. But the stock is still
below its 50-day line breached during Wednesdays sell-off.

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Accumulation/Distribution (3 mos)
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6 6 6 6 6 High Stock % Yield Symbol Price Chg Chg 1000 E

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

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

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

40 43 46 C C+ 42.5
7 36 7 E E 48.3
66 92 39 A C 35.8
82 43 92 B A- 96.8
74 81 89 D C 30.0
34 19 38 D E 54.8
61 93 4 A D- 84.1
73 94 53 A D 140
43 70 35 C C- 27.8
90 94 76 A B- 36.7
58 64 49 C B- 47.3
84 83 93 B B+ 33.9
53 92 14 A D 38.5
43 68 32 D B 23.3
99 96 96 A D- 76.7
26 37 49 D B- 19.4
99 93 94 A B+ 59.3
45 47 46 C C 13.0
48 66 52 .. B+ 12.0
68 79 71 B B- 85.3
41 54 49 C C 41.5
84 84 79 A C+ 71.0
74 79 82 C B- 85.8
33 57 49 E D 71.3
92 75 90 B B+ 40.8
53 51 63 B C 110
70 39 93 B B- 15.3
34 77 29 D E 17.0
92 93 88 A B- 96.3
60 63 83 E B- 18.1
99 93 96 A B- 32.2
32 87 9 C E 83.9
38 65 27 E E 18.2
38 50 28 B D 47.3
54 75 60 D C 34.6
79 77 36 A C 30.7
37 54 35 C C 91.0
99 88 93 A A+97.3
75 17 95 E A- 40.5
58 66 66 D D- 11.7
43 83 18 B C- 57.6
83 73 85 B B 86.4
49 72 37 B E 261
68 51 81 B C- 95.9
87 64 94 D A- 46.6
44 91 12 B D 41.8

89 96 83 A D+ 43.3
64 19 84 .. B- 14.8
64 64 60 C B- 23.4
20 43 17 C E 37.5
62 91 52 B D- 52.0
89 93 80 A C 49.7
78 90 75 A B- 294
65 48 74 C E 38.2
95 95 89 B B 77.4
89 89 87 A B 169
70 66 77 C B- 111
79 56 87 D B+ 25.2
74 49 84 D B- 29.0
69 45 78 C C- 21.4
58 56 55 B C- 28.3
76 92 49 B C 64.7
83 93 76 B D+ 40.3
88 88 70 A B 70.6
80 97 32 A C- 57.7
77 74 59 B B- 16.6
97 76 98 A B NH
87 94 88 C B 64.0
94 77 83 B A 31.4
60 84 52 B D 90.9
86 50 93 D B+ 98.0
89 92 86 B B- 131
45 57 21 A D- 18.9
58 10 72 B B- 26.8

78 37 81 A D 19.1
66 44 80 D B 98.7
89 68 69 B A- 108
91 92 87 C B 31.9
91 87 98 C B+ NH
64 14 74 C B 27.4
66 24 83 D B 41.8
72 81 61 B C- 38.7
65 44 76 C B 25.9
82 67 83 B B+ 63.0
84 76 70 B B 110
94 98 89 C B- NH
43 35 15 B C+ 28.4
32 23 60 E C 11.2
99 96 95 A A- 31.6
57 61 68 C C- 38.2
86 58 85 B B+ NH
68 65 71 B B 50.0
79 45 80 C B 39.6

91 71 82 B B 14.3
83 71 79 B C+ 15.8
99 95 94 A A 23.3
55 80 53 .. C- 12.7
30 64 10 B D+ 15.6
20 42 30 E D 76.4
44 75 26 A C- 34.9
44 45 64 B C- 67.0
32 20 35 B B- 26.0
14 27 16 D B 66.8
91 91 83 C C- 26.7
41 62 24 B E 67.8
71 59 80 C B 18.5
85 66 84 A B- 69.0
40 54 24 B D+ 78.6
85 80 80 B A 45.1
97 98 90 A C- 48.7
93 94 81 B B- 50.5
65 48 86 D B 18.1
76 88 76 C D 41.9
47 31 79 B C 24.7
87 77 81 C B+ 15.1
73 63 70 B D+ 71.7
68 63 60 B D- 13.8
64 56 45 B C+ 31.8
99 92 84 A B NH
46 66 27 A D- 98.0
97 94 91 A A- NH
92 92 89 B D+ 34.8
96 91 90 B B NH
80 81 79 C C+ 25.3
94 87 82 A B- 34.5
77 83 83 C B- 61.0
78 83 78 D B- 28.7
75 56 76 B C+ 52.3
86 78 74 B C+ 94.3
85 76 77 B C- 13.6
94 81 87 B B+ 33.5
59 62 56 B D 53.5
75 60 80 B B- 48.7
94 94 82 A B- 22.6
24 39 36 D D- 18.4
39 70 25 A E 170
70 72 45 A D 82.0
80 52 83 A C- 18.4
55 35 76 E B 36.3
98 96 92 A B+ 47.0
90 89 87 A E 46.5
93 90 92 C A+NH
75 77 72 B D 14.8
97 98 91 A B 19.9
74 68 75 C B+ 21.9
65 53 71 B C 27.0
95 89 74 B B+ 271
73 57 81 C B- 18.8
88 94 78 A C- 13.1
85 57 84 A B 36.2
87 58 89 C A- 16.4
89 71 71 A B- 29.7
92 66 80 A B 29.3
90 72 88 A C- 65.2
58 60 66 C D- 21.5
80 70 81 B C+ 32.4
74 46 76 B B- 22.0
94 89 88 A B- 26.8
67 60 80 C C- 13.7
89 79 77 A C+ 30.3
74 78 79 B D- 218
85 81 82 B B 43.0
90 75 94 B A 27.1
77 90 42 A D- 18.5
22 25 21 B B- 15.1
75 81 87 B B 26.1
93 97 73 B B 17.8
35 42 37 C D 54.4
48 49 41 C C- 35.7
96 77 90 A B 26.5
97 94 94 B A 39.0
90 78 74 A B- 18.7
77 47 88 B D 24.4
86 83 83 B B- 11.9
88 71 64 A B- 71.2
56 70 44 A B 13.2
93 79 89 B A 50.6
63 34 71 B C 28.5
32 73 8 A E 18.5
78 73 82 B B- 70.6
38 76 25 D B- 42.2
68 53 76 B C 15.7
82 74 77 A B- 45.0
72 73 69 B C+ 12.5
90 95 90 A D 28.7
78 58 77 B B 134
96 92 87 B A+22.6
95 93 83 A B 36.2
85 81 66 A C+ 22.3
86 80 78 B C+ 13.7
71 65 79 D C+ 41.0
81 78 83 D B- 22.0
79 78 72 B C 11.7
74 53 81 C A- 27.7
94 82 80 B B 79.3
87 78 68 A C 29.1

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SHLD 23.34 +2.00 +17 1.6m ..
SelctCmft
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Suprvalu
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Synnex
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Sysco
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TJXCos 1.2 r TJX 69.49 -0.69 -11 2.2m 21
Target 2.8 r TGT 79.54 -0.50 +2 4.5m 17
TechData r TECD 57.96 -0.43 -50 249 11
TxRoadh 1.8 TXRH.38.61 -1.06 +5 679 29o
Tiffany
1.6 TIF 93.26 -1.56 -16 838 23
TileShop
TTS 13.66 -0.12 -15 276 59o
Tillys
TLYS 8.92 -0.17 -63 69 16
Tractor
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TravelCt
TA 13.74 -2.95+422 1.5m 7o
TucowsA
r TCX 24.28 -0.70 +8 168 32
UnitdNatFds UNFI 45.26 -0.48 -45 493 15o
UtdOnln
UNTD 11.93 -0.69 +35 268 20o
UrbnOutfit r URBN 32.37 -0.29 -14 1.7m 19
VillgMr 3.5 r VLGEA 28.60 -0.09 -26 21 15
VipshpHldgs VIPS 22.00 +0.35 +37 11m 55
WalMart 2.7 WMT 72.79 -0.72 -13 6.4m 14
Walgreens 1.5 WBA 93.73 -2.95 -5 3.4m 25o
WayfairA
W 37.15 -2.42 +4 697 ..
Wendy's 2.2 r WEN 9.96 -0.15 +18 7.2m 31o
WholeFo 1.5 WFM 34.84 -0.54 +25 6.0m 20o
WillSon 1.7 WSM 84.80 -1.07 +4 629 26
Graingr 2.1 r GWW 226.1 -0.98 -26 438 18x
YumBran 1.9 r YUM 87.77 -1.27 -31 2.0m 29o
Zoe'sKitchn ZOES.42.29 -1.40 -7 645 99
Zumiez
ZUMZ 23.06 -2.40 +69 862 13

9. BUILDING

Daily
Jan. 1
-0.7% Change
+9.96%Since

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

98 99 96 A A- NH 7LGIHomes LGIH 23.90 +0.69+317 792 14o


99 91 96 A A- 16.37PGTInc
PGTI 14.25 -0.73+368 2.1m 27o
94 80 91 B A- 26.07WCIComun WCIC 24.17 -0.38 -32 152 18
71 59 70 A D 25.2
2 6 2 E E 30.8
99 97 95 B A- 207
69 55 91 D E 33.3
69 88 47 B D+ 38.2
96 77 96 B B+ 67.8
98 99 87 B B- 61.1
92 85 88 A B- 41.0
78 62 73 C B+ 59.9
55 69 89 E D+ 36.5
54 80 33 C E 43.9
85 33 98 B B+ 15.5
81 77 87 D C 30.6
76 91 24 A C 72.0
74 82 54 C C+ 82.3
33 61 18 E D- 12.9
79 77 65 B C+ 22.0
84 95 74 B A- 65.4
97 92 98 D A+NH
85 77 82 C C- 24.2
40 29 64 D C 70.3
56 5 90 D C+ 11.5
96 93 88 B B 29.8
85 85 82 A D+ 65.2
78 86 41 A C 105
30 66 17 D C 75.5
92 86 79 B C+ 48.5
95 72 95 A B 21.8
94 89 96 C A- 27.2
43 65 45 D C+ 54.7
58 77 64 E B 22.6
28 2 63 E B- 18.6
98 97 88 A A- 45.2
94 97 84 A C- 54.0
85 77 90 B D+ 119
87 97 77 C D- 25.6
97 79 92 B A- NH
96 94 90 B A- NH
65 33 84 E B- NH
74 53 70 B B- 49.9
95 97 91 C C 204
77 95 41 C B 10.5
83 77 78 C B- 18.0
95 96 85 B B+ 1500
79 60 88 D B 46.7
59 89 49 B D- 118

AAON 1.0 AAON 22.81 +0.85+119 324 30


Abengoa 7.2 ABGB 6.42 +0.46+853 516 6
AcuityB .3 AYI.205.3 -1.65 +17 497 40o
Advancd .7 WMS 27.67 -0.15 +87 645 40k
AecomTech ACM 30.44 -0.09 +22 1.4m 10
AmWdmrk AMWD 61.70 -1.33 +14 195 29
ApogeE .8 APOG.53.22 -1.12 -31 224 31o
Argann
AGX 39.36 +1.56 -21 76 16
ArmstrW
AWI 56.82 -0.47 -18 505 23o
AxaltaCoat AXTA 30.14 -0.88 -10 1.4m 73o
BoiseCascde r BCC 31.13 -1.00 -2 460 16o
BldrsFirst BLDR 14.26 -0.08 +34 1.3m 61o
CRHPlc 2.4 CRH 29.90 -0.49 -24 262 31
CaesarStne CSTE 49.59 -2.98+845 2.2m 20o
CavcoInd
CVCO 71.40 -0.26 +7 41 27
CemexSab
CX 8.25 +0.23 -24 9.4m ..o
CenturyComu r CCS 18.94 -0.26 -54 48 17
ChcgoBrdg .5 CBI 51.78 -0.31 -32 1.2m 9o
Comfort
.9 r FIX 29.23 -0.22 +48 457 32o
ContinntlBld CBPX.20.46 -0.14 -28 235 25o
DelticT
.6 r DEL 65.58 -0.09 +28 46 67
DixieGroup DXYN 10.84 -0.10 -21 101 ..
DRHorton .9 DHI 28.62 -0.09 -5 4.3m 15o
DrewIndust DW 57.42 +0.39 +32 145 20
EagleMt
.5 EXP 79.73 +0.48 -2 676 23o
Fluor
1.7 r FLR 48.06 +0.84 +30 1.9m 10o
Fortune 1.2 r FBHS 47.37 -0.20 -27 1.0m 28o
Headwaters HW.20.93 +0.23 +57 860 20o
Interfa
.8 r TILE 26.34 -0.11 -36 322 29o
JacobsEngnr r JEC 43.49 +0.86 +48 2.0m 12o
KBR
1.7 KBR 18.83 +0.64 +60 2.9m ..o
LouisPacific LPX 15.81 +0.21 -16 1.7m ..o
LennarB .4 LENB 42.06 -0.42 -41 22 13
LennarA
.3 LEN 50.05 -0.34 -32 2.0m 15o
Lennox
1.2 LII 118.5 +0.16 -24 325 25o
MIHomes
MHO 23.67 -0.22 +16 165 15o
MartnMa 1.0 MLM.167.7 -2.42 +22 1.0m 44o
Masco 1.4 r MAS.26.44 +0.24 +76 7.6m 23o
MasonitIntl DOOR 68.95 +0.76 +93 465 ..
MeritgeHme MTH 42.19 -0.34 -17 407 13o
MohawkInd MHK 197.6 -5.12+116 1.0m 22
MuellrW .9 r MWA 8.74 -0.26 +64 1.8m 23x
NewHm NWHM 15.37 -1.06+268 219 26
Nvr
r NVR 1461 -9.35 -47 15 19
OwensCo 1.5 OC 43.98 -0.58 0 1.5m 21o
PPGIndu 1.4 PPG 105.2 -1.38 -12 1.5m 19x

PatrickInds PATK 36.69 -0.71 +24 101 16


PlyGem
PGEM 13.86 -0.11 -57 62 ..
PulteGrp 1.6 r PHM 19.78 -0.18 -18 4.3m 16o
QuantaSvcs PWR 23.34 +0.23+188 6.6m 14o
RPMIntl 2.2 RPM 46.66 -0.38 -43 382 19o
RylandG
.3 RYL 42.84 -0.26 -32 454 12o
ShrwnWi 1.0 SHW.271.7 -2.95 -9 728 27o
Sampson 1.8 SSD 35.39 +0.08 -62 74 28o
SmithAO 1.1 AOS 71.05 -1.05 -31 449 26o
SnapOn 1.3 SNA 165.9 -1.51 -20 285 21o
StnlyBlk 2.1 SWK 105.2 -0.08 -18 952 18o
StkBuildSup STCK 19.46 -0.11 -67 36 31
SummitMat SUM 25.75 -0.28+999 7.6m 99o
TaylorMoris TMHC 19.95 +0.49 +87 663 20o
ThermonGrp THR 23.26 -0.24 +77 315 17o
ThorInd 1.9 r THO 55.64 -0.56 -55 202 14o
TollBros
TOL.37.40 -0.02 +10 2.1m 18
Toro
1.5 TTC 68.01 -0.63 -21 158 20
Trex
r TREX 39.78 +0.36+146 1.0m 25o
TRIPointe
TPH 14.23 -0.13 -19 1.0m 19
USConcrete USCR 50.96 +6.19+683 1.2m 16o
UnivFor 1.3 UFPI 62.20 -0.39 -12 106 19o
USG
USG 31.19 +0.58 +23 2.2m 20o
Valspar 1.5 r VAL 82.02 -0.63 -25 357 18
VulcanM .4 VMC 95.30 -2.13 +45 1.3m 85o
Watsco 2.2 WSO 127.1 -1.71 -36 166 26o
WilldanGrp WLDN 10.45 -0.05 -51 46 8
WmLyonHms WLH 23.44 -0.04 -12 202 16

10. INSURNCE

Daily
Jan. 1
-0.9% Change
+9.09%Since

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

95 91 87 B A- 51.17Ameris 1.2 AMSF 49.45 -0.79 +73 121 15


87 82 83 C B 70.57Enduran 2.1 ENH 68.07 -0.63 +3 512 9o
98 84 90 A A- 29.77EssentGrp ESNT 28.80 -0.45 -14 516 23
96 84 84 A B 27.37HeritgeIns HRTG 21.05 -3.98+267 1.6m 7
97 82 92 B A+NH 7JamesRiver JRVR 27.73 -0.07 -1 186 16
87 85 82 B D+ 48.37VoyaFi .1 VOYA 45.35 +0.06 +20 2.3m 5o
71 56 66 C B 117
56 43 70 C B 65.1
77 67 75 C B 506
63 27 76 C B- 45.1
51 58 39 C D+ 72.9
78 87 57 D A- 30.0
55 63 52 D D+ 116
95 82 85 B A NH
81 81 84 D C+ 64.9
97 91 93 A B+ 71.9
75 76 78 B B- 107
83 59 89 B B- 75.0
73 46 79 B B- 49.8
90 77 87 C A 77.0
89 80 67 A B- 29.8
82 37 81 A B- 20.5
86 77 67 B B+ 17.6
76 59 84 C B- 60.0
75 49 84 C B 56.7
70 65 72 B C+ 34.6
58 75 66 D C 19.5
70 81 50 A E 26.3
91 77 93 C B- 129
92 94 79 C B 56.0
55 38 66 D C+ 42.2
82 79 80 D B 27.7
83 57 79 A C- 166
57 59 71 C C- 94.0
87 86 72 A C 193
76 70 79 B C- 63.2
65 67 46 B C+ 37.0
95 87 88 B B+ 40.3
99 95 92 C A- 41.9
75 73 63 A C 49.6
7 12 7 E E 14.3
81 99 36 A D 51.4
93 90 87 C A- 82.2
81 64 90 C B+ 48.3
82 51 96 B C- 78.0
71 59 77 C B- 38.0
68 47 85 C D+ 17.4
65 56 78 D D+ 87.9
54 35 66 E B- 40.3
69 68 63 B D+ 62.1
35 25 33 D B- 43.9
89 53 92 B B- NH
75 84 44 B C+ 20.8
92 87 90 D A- 898
71 74 70 B C- 60.0
44 21 56 D B- 60.3
75 73 76 C C 58.2
97 83 84 A A- 23.9
83 71 72 C B+ 81.0
84 71 80 D B+ 16.9
84 68 85 C B 139
60 71 25 B B 55.8
93 65 78 A A- 56.6
66 27 79 B C+ 48.9
93 71 86 A B 31.4
90 80 78 B B+ 94.3
61 62 61 B D- 52.6
79 54 88 B B- 57.3

ACELtd 2.4 r ACE 110.1 -0.99 -23 2.0m 11o


AFLAC
2.4 AFL 63.68 -0.42 +1 2.1m 10o
Alleghany
Y 494.5 -3.48 -44 37 13o
AlliedW 2.5 AWH 42.34 -0.31 -28 422 12o
Allstate 1.9 r ALL 61.97 -0.53 +39 3.8m 11o
AmerEqu .8 r AEL 26.01 -2.06+268 1.6m 9o
AmNatl 3.1 ANAT 103.7 -0.92 -8 73 14
AmerFncl 1.4 AFG 70.81 +0.18 +51 470 13o
AmerInt 1.8 r AIG 63.02 +0.06 +33 10m 13o
Amtrust 1.8 AFSI 66.52 -1.71 +13 545 10o
Aon
1.2 r AON 100.9 -0.41 +2 1.0m 17o
ArchCaptl
ACGL 71.76 -0.45 -37 296 15o
AspenIns 1.7 AHL 48.52 -0.19 +6 301 12
Assurant 1.6 AIZ 76.69 +0.02 -25 496 10o
Assured 1.9 AGO 25.41 +0.87 +16 2.8m 5o
AtlasFinl
AFH 18.04 -0.59 +28 56 16
Aviva
3.1 AV 16.69 +0.19+252 829 10k
AXISCap 2.0 r AXS 57.32 +0.02 -34 554 12o
Berkely .9 r WRB 56.20 +0.04 +62 1.3m 16o
Brwn&Br 1.3 r BRO 33.63 +0.01 +29 884 23o
CNOFncl 1.6 r CNO 17.76 -0.04 +8 1.7m 13o
ChinaLi
1.8 LFC 18.15 -0.31 -45 322 17
Chubb
1.8 r CB 125.4 -0.65 -64 839 15o
Cincinnati 3.3 CINF 55.25 -0.30 -33 426 17o
CNAFncl 2.6 CNA 38.84 -0.22 +4 112 14o
Employe 1.0 EIG 24.98 -0.78 -6 107 15
Enstar
ESGR 158.6 -1.31 -5 30 13k
ErieInd 3.2 ERIE 85.68 -0.49 -8 34 26
EverstRe 2.1 r RE 184.0 -0.43 -4 283 7o
FBLFncl 2.8 FFG 56.70 -1.01 -36 29 12
FedrtdN .6 FNHC 24.73 +0.39 +51 190 8
FidelNatlF 2.1 r FNF 39.17 -0.79 +20 1.4m 19o
FirstAm 2.5 FAF 40.62 -0.79 -44 471 15o
Gallaghr 3.1 AJG 47.46 -0.40 -34 642 19o
Genworth
GNW 5.22 -0.43+320 26m ..o
HCIGro
2.9 HCI 41.03 +1.17+112 221 6o
Hanover 2.0 THG 80.93 -0.59 -38 126 14o
Hartford 1.8 HIG 47.69 +0.22 -22 2.8m 12o
HCCInsur 1.5 r HCC 77.26 -0.04 -41 862 19
HoraceM 2.9 HMN 34.88 -0.14 -17 107 15o
ING
2.0 ING 16.41 +0.04 +72 5.5m 13o
Infinity 2.2 IPCC 77.82 +0.12 -3 33 15
Kemper 2.5 KMPR 38.05 -0.23 -40 83 22
Lincoln 1.4 r LNC 56.20 -0.15 -10 1.6m 9o
Loews
.7 L 37.97 +0.27 +6 1.5m 17o
Maiden 3.1 MHLD 16.68 +0.19+109 713 10o
Manulife 3.1 MFC 17.81 +0.18 -6 1.9m 11o
Markl
MKL 881.5 -10.98 +14 56 26o
MarshM 2.1 r MMC 57.83 -0.46 -25 1.4m 19o
Mercury 4.5 MCY 54.67 -0.53 -38 112 28o
MetLife 2.7 r MET 55.51 ... -36 3.8m 9o
Nationa .4 NGHC 21.73 +0.14 -58 94 15o
NavigGrp NAVG 77.31 -0.64 -18 34 14
OldRepu 4.5 ORI 16.51 -0.20 +19 1.4m 15o
Partner 2.0 r PRE 138.1 -0.28+135 865 9o
Primeri 1.6 r PRI 41.18 -3.38+115 894 12o
Principal 2.7 r PFG 55.56 -0.20 -19 1.1m 12o
Proassur 2.6 r PRA 48.37 -0.20 -39 136 16
Progres 2.2 PGR 30.49 -0.25 -21 3.3m 13o
Prudent 2.6 r PRU 90.66 +0.80 +51 3.5m 9o
Prudentia 2.4 PUK 47.80 +0.17 -33 173 16
RLI
1.4 RLI 55.59 -0.28 +4 168 20o

Radian
.1 RDN 18.28 +0.01 -3 2.4m 14o
Reinsinsr 1.5 RGA 95.98 -0.55 -33 220 10o
Renaissa 1.1 r RNR 105.8 -0.87 -38 212 9
Selectiv 1.8 SIGI 30.83 -0.55 -33 128 11o
Stancorp 1.1 SFG 114.3 ... -31 219 18o
StateAu 1.7 STFC 23.68 -0.57 -24 37 10o
Stewart
.6 STC 39.92 -0.55 -25 70 27o
SunLife
4.4 SLF 34.51 +2.05+116 1.1m 9o
Symetra 1.8 SYA 24.47 -0.65 -25 289 14x
Torchma .9 TMK 62.18 -0.51 -22 538 15o
Travele 2.3 r TRV 105.5 -0.62 -22 1.5m 9o
UnitedF 2.4 r UFCS 36.51 +1.06 +98 118 12
UnitedI 1.5 UIHC 13.58 -0.79 +21 255 11o
UnvrslAmer UAM 9.10 -0.33 +14 265 99
UnivInsu 1.2 UVE 28.29 -2.06+176 872 11o
Unum 2.1 r UNM 35.30 -0.22 -38 894 9o
Validus 2.8 r VR 46.30 -0.90 +18 646 9o
Willis
2.7 WSH 46.32 -0.82 +5 971 18o
XLGroup 1.6 XL 38.85 -0.01 +6 2.9m 11o

11. FOOD/BEV

Daily
Jan. 1
-1.0% Change
+7.68%Since

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

89 84 92 C B 48.17PinnacleF 2.1 PF 45.00 -0.30 +54 1.9m 25o


93 83 95 A C 52.57WhitwFds WWAV 50.61 -1.55 +67 2.6m 50
36 46 45 D D 53.9
76 73 61 A B 32.7
42 62 29 E B 27.3
92 91 94 A B- 60.7
86 69 90 C B 57.6
73 43 82 B B NH
53 76 29 C D 24.1
80 61 66 B B+ 45.0
30 29 23 D C- 112
85 54 89 C B+ NH
85 62 92 C A+45.5
82 71 85 D B+ 33.7
94 75 85 A A- NH
53 60 35 D B 21.5
70 64 71 C C+ 23.6
63 60 53 D B- 100
57 39 81 D C- 41.2
34 20 29 .. B- 25.9
83 74 81 B B NH
97 89 93 B B 70.7
59 74 45 A B- 111
88 89 84 B B 61.3
81 84 82 C B+ 91.8
46 50 26 B B- 14.1
85 70 86 B B- 119
78 51 75 B A+69.9
71 48 70 B B- 97.8
55 44 50 C C+ 15.2
24 26 27 B D+ 22.4
73 60 91 B C- 19.2
31 6 52 C C 15.5
81 81 83 B C NH
53 60 36 B D- 105
74 62 92 D A NH
99 93 94 A A- 155
82 72 77 B B- 27.3
90 55 91 B B 15.9
68 54 70 B B- 100
62 99 33 B D+ 32.6
72 33 91 C B- 55.5
61 99 26 A E 97.5
93 86 95 B B- 57.2
69 64 82 C D+ 70.5
60 46 63 C C 120
76 58 83 C B 33.2
58 60 43 D A 14.3
88 68 96 B B+ 81.2
64 72 79 C C- 34.9
64 35 61 B B+ 92.9
78 79 72 B B- 45.1
59 39 80 .. B+ NH
54 39 75 .. B- NH

ArchrDan 2.3 ADM 47.95 -0.27 -7 3.3m 15o


B&GFoo 4.7 BGS 29.87 +0.05 -38 206 20o
BRFSA 1.3 BRFS 20.19 -0.40 +14 1.5m 19o
CalMneF 2.3 CALM 54.16 -2.73 -15 609 16o
Calavo 1.4 CVGW 54.84 -1.33 -32 84 48o
Campbls 2.5 CPB 50.49 +0.49 +6 1.4m 20o
Chefs'Wrhse CHEF 16.34 +0.14 +27 113 25o
CocaCo 3.1 KO 41.92 -0.20 -12 11m 20o
CocaCoF 2.8 KOF 74.85 -0.45 -51 36 20o
CocaClEn 2.1 r CCE 53.39 +1.55+290 9.5m 19o
ConAgra 2.2 CAG 44.97 +0.22 -25 2.9m 20o
DimdFds DMND 32.23 +0.28 -32 195 30o
DrPepper 2.3 r DPS 82.29 -0.95 +61 1.6m 21o
EmbtldB 2.5 AKOB 17.46 -0.06 -33 29 18
Flowers 2.7 r FLO 21.80 -0.20 +15 804 23
Fomento .8 FMX 91.07 +0.21 +6 324 24o
FreshDe 1.3 r FDP 38.41 -0.60 -28 101 14o
Freshpet
FRPT 16.83 -0.54 -20 267 ..
GeneralM 3.0 GIS 59.55 +0.15 -16 2.6m 20o
HainCelest HAIN 69.60 -0.55 +9 876 39
Hershey 2.3 r HSY 92.20 -0.46 +88 2.0m 23
HormelF 1.7 HRL 60.28 -0.52 -6 682 24
Ingredi 1.9 r INGR 90.18 -0.87 +15 444 15o
Inventure SNAK 9.30 +0.08+129 469 29o
J&JSnac 1.2 JJSF 118.0 +0.36 +4 54 30o
Kellogg 2.9
K 68.86 +0.20 +52 2.3m 18o
LancstrC 1.9 LANC 95.03 -0.33 +30 108 26
Landec
LNDC 13.27 -0.08 -7 70 25o
LifewayFd LWAY 14.97 +0.16 +72 46 83k
MGPIngr .4 r MGPI 15.91 +1.78 +61 160 10o
MarineH 8.7 MHG 12.44 -0.15 -56 38 99
McCormi 1.9 MKC 83.43 -0.11 -26 469 23o
MeadJoh 1.9 MJN 88.06 +0.13 -20 1.5m 23o
Mondlz 1.5 MDLZ 46.81 +0.52+191 24m 25o
MonsterBevMNST.144.9 -9.13+179 3.1m 50
NatlBevrge FIZZ 23.87 ...+220 116 22o
OmegaPrtn OME 15.33 +0.63+288 596 13o
PepsiCo 2.8 PEP 99.2 -0.04 +37 6.2m 21o
PilgrmsP
r PPC 22.55 +0.14 -28 1.2m 6o
PostHoldgs POST 51.66 -1.43 +1 831 ..
SandrFa 1.2 SAFM 71.20 -0.58 -27 363 5
Sanfilippo
JBSS 51.18 -0.67 -8 59 20k
Sensient 1.6 SXT 68.38 -0.14 -34 123 22
Smucker 2.4 r SJM 111.8 -1.73 +58 1.4m 27
Snydrs-L 1.9 LNCE 32.86 -0.12 -8 153 34
SunOpta
STKL 10.99 -0.06 -24 212 28
KraftH
2.8 KHC 79.76 -0.72 -18 3.7m 24
Tootsie 1.1 TR 32.26 +0.01 -25 62 30o
TreeHseFds THS 78.52 -3.46+231 1.5m 25o
TysonFds 1.0 TSN 42.07 +0.67 +13 4.7m 13o
Unilever 2.7 UN 45.94 +0.29 +31 3.1m 22
Unilever 2.9 UL 45.94 +0.11 -7 781 22

12. BANKS

Daily
Jan. 1
-0.8% Change
+7.54%Since

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

89 91 86 C B- 30.97CapitlBkFinl r CBF 30.00 -0.42


94 88 87 A B- 29.77CustmrsBnc CUBI 25.37 +0.15
96 80 96 C A- 36.07FCBFinalA r FCB 34.22 -0.36
97 95 85 A A- 40.27FirstNBCBk FNBC 38.74 -0.54
98 99 87 A B+ 26.47FranklinFinl FSB 23.96 -0.12
92 85 88 A B+ 64.17HDFCBnk .6 HDB 62.60 -0.46
98 91 93 A A+NH 7HmBanc1.5 HOMB 40.89 +0.09
98 98 81 A A 51.67Indepnd .7 r IBTX 44.91 -0.38
99 99 89 A B 29.57NatlComrc NCOM 26.20 -0.50
98 86 94 A B+ 40.07OpusBa 1.1 OPB 37.91 -1.19
99 84 89 A B 40.07Servisf .6 SFBS 37.95 -0.50
98 95 85 A B+ 155 7Signature SBNY 146.5 -2.98
97 90 89 A B+ 28.87Squar1Finl SQBK 27.26 -0.03
90 84 81 A E 63.77TexasCap TCBI 58.67 -0.50
94 92 90 B B+ 13.67TriStateCap TSC 12.77 -0.04
94 85 91 A C- 35.27WstrnAllinc WAL 33.83 -0.36

+12
-24
-41
-50
-41
-43
+17
-44
-90
-21
-63
-30
+64
-14
-62
-55

102 26
160 14o
167 27
86 12k
37 23
445 30o
251 21o
27 19x
3 33
60 26
53 17
290 22o
218 21
469 19o
26 15
331 19o

97 73 85 A A- NH Ameris
.7 ABCB 28.14 -0.10 +67 211 18o
79 85 75 B D 21.0 AssocBa 2.0 r ASB 19.87 -0.12 -47 500 16o

AvenueFinl AVNU 13.21 -0.06 +14 12 19


BBCNBnc 2.8 BBCN 15.62 -0.10 -43 241 13o
BNCBanc .9 BNCN 23.00 -0.13 -43 65 17o
Bilbao 3.3 BBVA 10.12 +0.07 +54 3.0m 12o
Bradesco 3.1 BBD 7.36 -0.04 +33 13m 4o
BancoCh 4.2 BCH 63.20 +0.04 +15 55 10
BancLat 5.8 BLX 26.58 +0.18 -42 112 9o
BancMcr 2.5 BMA 44.89 +2.37+119 283 6
Santand 4.4 BSAC 20.37 +0.36 +20 462 12
Bancolo
3.3 CIB 38.25 +0.37 +34 366 10o
Bancorp 1.6 r BXS 25.41 -0.11 -42 367 18o
BnkNova 4.4 BNS 47.83 -0.57 +30 1.0m 9
BankofA 1.1 r BAC 17.81 -0.06 -40 48m 12o
BnkHawa 2.7 BOH 67.57 -0.77 -42 135 18o
BkMntre 4.5 BMO 55.85 -0.07 -19 587 11
BkNYMel 1.5 r BK 44.28 -0.12 -26 4.4m 16o
BnkOzar 1.3 OZRK.44.32 -0.85 -54 448 24o
Banner 1.5 r BANR 47.76 -0.73 -17 77 16o
Barclays 2.2 BCS 17.49 +0.04 -44 1.4m 14o
BB&T
2.7 r BBT 40.69 -0.18 -27 3.1m 12o
BBVABanco BFR 16.30 +0.92 +45 277 9
BlueHill .5 BHBK 14.56 -0.02 -40 47 60
BOKFncl 2.5 BOKF 66.94 -0.41 +26 213 15o
BostonP 2.9 BPFH 12.62 ... -38 311 17o
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.6 CSFL 14.00 -0.15 +65 252 19o
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Citi
.3 r C 58.10 -0.64 -20 15m 14o
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Eagle
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ICICIBa
1.5 IBN 10.22 -0.09 -41 4.5m 14o
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KBFncl
1.8 KB 31.58 +0.10 -49 47 7o
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NBT
3.2 NBTB 27.12 -0.23 -53 53 15o
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How To Succeed With IBD

IBD TIMESAVER TABLE

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IBD Composite Rating


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

IBD Composite Rating


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

52-wk

6 6 6 6 6 High
24 49 5 C E 17.8
93 84 74 B B+ 15.2
88 87 61 B C 14.7
99 93 91 A B+ 19.7
93 96 71 A B 48.9
72 53 72 B B- 90.9
92 81 84 B B 23.0
99 97 92 A D+ 56.0
76 59 81 D B 100
74 94 45 D C- 35.8
98 95 90 A B NH
96 92 91 A B 42.9
71 64 60 A D 61.9
92 78 80 B B+ 20.0
72 64 77 C B- 10.9
87 72 80 B B- 33.9
55 78 30 A D- 76.1
31 30 51 E E 12.6
90 85 90 B D 152
94 59 84 A A 32.9
80 87 74 C C- 28.9
94 74 87 A C 16.3
36 63 21 C B+ 52.6
97 90 80 A B 48.4
95 92 91 B C+ 80.9
56 26 69 C C 19.0
75 55 78 A C 23.0
89 78 83 A B+ 39.0
99 88 83 A A- 31.0
84 83 81 C B- 45.8
85 58 90 C B+ 32.5
66 34 76 C B 17.3
72 38 85 B B- 18.2
84 73 76 B A 57.2
48 69 27 B D+ 53.5
97 69 88 B A NH
95 86 70 A B+ 26.7
71 53 68 C B 25.6
83 72 91 D A- 23.2
69 60 63 C A- 61.0
92 90 69 A B- 18.9
86 55 77 B A+25.0
80 60 84 A D+ 43.4
94 91 86 B C+ 22.2
93 94 67 A A- 14.7
89 79 69 B B 20.9
79 69 72 B B 46.3
83 74 77 B B- 42.3
83 76 86 B D+ 41.3
79 69 75 B B 58.8
74 67 66 A E 36.1
93 88 85 A B 21.0
25 36 26 C C+ 33.0
81 62 84 A D 13.0
91 81 84 B B- 55.8
89 68 80 A D+ 23.0
72 58 80 C C 33.0

Dividend Stock Close


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

OFGBan 4.9 OFG 8.23 -0.06


OldNtlB 3.3 r ONB 14.70 -0.13
Pacific 3.3 PCBK 13.40 -0.06
PacfcPrem PPBI 19.12 -0.45
Pacwest 4.3 PACW 46.52 -0.20
ParkNatl 4.3 PRK 87.31 -1.41
Peapack
.9 PGC 21.95 -0.26
Pinnacle .9 PNFP 51.95 -0.60
PNCFncl 2.1 r PNC 98.54 -0.04
Popular
BPOP 30.69 +0.08
Preferd 1.5 PFBC 32.35 -0.06
Privteb
.1 PVTB 41.86 -0.50
Prosper 2.0 PB 55.05 -0.69
Provide 3.3 PFS 19.68 -0.10
Regions 2.3 r RF 10.57 +0.09
RenaSant 2.1 RNST 32.04 -0.05
RoyalCa 4.3 r RY 58.81 +0.28
RoyalScotlnd RBS 10.81 +0.04
SVBFncl
SIVB 145.4 -2.26
S&TBanc 2.4 STBA 30.61 -0.28
SandySp 3.3 SASR 26.92 -0.39
Seacoast
SBCF 15.10 -0.09
Shinhan 1.8 SHG 35.47 +0.18
SimonsF 2.0 SFNC 45.50 -0.23
SouthS 1.3 SSB 78.62 -0.72
Sthwst 1.4 r OKSB 17.30 -0.21
StateBa 1.2 STBZ 20.32 +0.09
StockYard 2.3 SYBT 36.85 -0.14
Stonegt .5 SGBK 30.68 -0.05
Suntrust 2.2 r STI 44.42 -0.22
Synovus 1.3 r SNV 31.94 -0.34
TCFFncl 1.2 TCB 16.67 +0.02
Talmer .2 TLMR 16.75 -0.22
Tompkns 3.1 TMP 53.62 -0.88
Toronto 3.8 TD 40.26 -0.08
Townbk 2.7 TOWN 18.02 -0.09
TricoBa 2.1 TCBK 24.74 -0.26
Trstmark 3.8 TRMK 24.30 -0.19
UBSGrp 2.3 UBS 22.88 +0.10
UMBFcl 1.7 r UMBF 55.09 -0.68
Umpqua 3.4 UMPQ 17.55 -0.21
UnionB 2.8 UBSH 24.58 -0.26
UntdBnk 3.1 UBSI 40.72 -0.24
UntdCmty 1.0 UCBI 21.05 -0.10
UntFinl 3.6 r UBNK 13.47 -0.07
UivstPA 4.0 UVSP 20.16 -0.12
USBanco 2.3 r USB 45.21 -0.22
WashTr 3.4 WASH 39.67 -0.43
Webster 2.4 WBS 38.62 -0.73
WellsFa 2.6 WFC 57.53 -0.12
Wesbanc 2.8 WSBC 32.66 -0.02
WestBnc 3.3 WTBA 19.41 -0.21
Westpac 5.9 WBK 24.40 -0.91
Wilshire 2.1 WIBC 11.54 -0.04
Wintrust .8 WTFC 53.86 -0.25
Yadkin 1.9 YDKN 21.59 -0.11
ZionsBa .8 ZION 31.01 -0.23

-15 791 20o


+22 652 14
-24 30 14
-52 43 16o
-20 618 16o
+38 34 16
-20 33 16
-30 109 22o
-30 1.6m 13o
-50 761 9o
-29 25 16
-48 265 20o
+13 438 12o
-29 112 14
+23 20m 13o
-26 126 15o
+20 2.0m 11
-40 459 ..o
-12 328 24o
-65 35 16
-17 31 16
+4 124 23
-44 39 4k
-46 75 16
-42 61 19o
-21 37 16o
+24 143 18
-6 31 14
-35 27 17
-37 2.1m 13o
-48 513 20o
-35 729 18o
-57 198 21x
-1 33 14x
-16 1.3m 9
-31 51 15
+39 117 14
-40 257 13o
-16 1.3m 17o
-29 144 19o
-3 1.7m 15o
-6 106 17
-46 240 20o
-62 153 17
-55 57 16
-39 27 13
-48 3.6m 14o
-62 17 15
-40 466 18x
-16 13m 13o
-34 69 13o
-24 12 14
-2 227 12k
-25 376 13
-47 148 17
-41 53 15o
-49 1.7m 18o

Daily

Since

13. MEDIA

-2.0% Change +7.70%Jan. 1

40 51 32 C C 39.3
39 51 32 C C- 37.8
77 97 82 .. C 87.2
44 67 33 B E 64.0
45 67 34 B D 45.0
32 30 41 C C- 13.3
75 59 94 C B 723
95 98 91 A B- 18.1
41 62 41 C E 40.1
51 33 72 E B+ 58.1
48 33 68 E B 58.1
61 41 70 D B+ 40.5
63 41 70 D A 40.2
76 84 75 A C 109
30 9 22 B B- 20.1
42 59 31 B E 57.2
29 30 21 C D- 25.8
50 80 45 D D+ 14.5
20 9 34 D B 17.8
18 9 33 D C+ 17.4
86 75 67 A B 60.3
23 24 41 D C- 22.5
57 71 74 .. C 16.9
46 62 69 .. B- 18.4
49 39 81 D B- 46.3
37 28 56 D C 26.4
54 91 21 A E 83.8
69 75 41 A B- 33.5
57 45 80 A E 46.6
53 51 56 A C- 33.4
25 30 40 E B+ 26.0
70 93 56 B D- 91.3
43 23 72 .. C 14.4
39 70 16 A E 79.1
38 76 9 A E 82.7
35 76 9 A E 82.5
87 88 80 A B- 122
33 62 28 B D- 65.5

21stCen 1.0 FOXA 29.87 -2.05+608 94m 17o


21stCen 1.0 FOX 29.06 -2.10+461 21m 16o
AMCNtwks AMCX 75.01 -3.50+607 3.8m 15o
CBSCIB
1.1 CBS 52.24 +1.82+385 20m 17o
DiscoveryA DISCA 29.88 +1.01+304 12m 16o
EntercomA ETM 10.36 +0.11 +68 72 13
GrahamB 1.6 r GHC 675.7 -10.29 -40 33 15
GrayTV
GTN.14.48 -1.32+497 6.0m 13o
GrupoTe .3 TV 32.81 -0.36 +52 2.9m 43
LibertyA LBRDA 53.73 -0.81 +1 198 ..
LibertyBrdC LBRDK 52.96 -0.74 +7 357 ..k
LibertyA
LMCA 38.26 -0.29+119 2.1m 88o
LibertyMedC LMCK 37.67 -0.38 -15 725 87
McgrwHi 1.3 MHFI 100.6 -1.00 -22 1.0m 23o
MediaGenral r MEG 13.05 -1.59+359 3.5m 33o
Meredith 4.0 MDP 45.33 -1.31 +80 345 13o
NwMed 8.3 NEWM 15.90 -0.36 +47 863 28o
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NewsCorpB NWS 13.71 -0.49 +38 1.6m 33
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Pearson 4.3 PSO 18.50 -0.04 -27 697 18o
RelxNv 5.6 RENX 16.29 -0.30 -74 46 5k
RelxPlc 2.3 RELX 17.10 -0.25 -72 42 6
Scholas 1.4 r SCHL 43.05 -0.23 +71 259 33o
ScrippsEWA SSP 19.65 -1.27+102 1.0m 39
ScrippsA 1.6 r SNI 58.59 +1.05+283 4.4m 13o
Sinclair 2.5 SBGI 26.79 -0.60+259 3.0m 12o
StarzA
STRZA 35.87 -2.17+261 3.4m 13o
Tegna 2.1 TGNA 26.38 -1.07 +66 4.5m 9o
TimeInc 3.6 TIME 21.11 -0.51 +98 1.8m 15o
TimeWar 1.8 TWX 79.15 -0.65+512 22m 17o
TownsqMedia TSQ 13.04 -0.01 -23 25 ..
Tribune 2.2 r TRCO 44.98 -2.54+260 2.5m 9x
ViacomA 3.6 VIA 44.77 -6.90+999 743 7
ViacomB 3.6 VIAB 44.10 -7.31+970 32m 7o
WaltDis 1.2 DIS.108.6 -1.98+695 57m 22o
WileyJo 2.3 JWA 51.72 -0.55 -44 130 15

5 5 5 5 5 52-wk

Dividend Stock Close


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

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

IBD Composite Rating

52-wk

Dividend Stock Close

Vol% Vol P

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

14. BUSINS SVC

Daily
Jan. 1
-1.5% Change
+6.64%Since

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

99 99 98 B B 36.37AMNHlthcr AHS.33.82
97 93 85 B A NH 7CDWCrp .7 r CDW 39.33
93 82 95 A B- 62.17ComScore SCOR 60.52
92 97 91 A B 57.37Criteo
CRTO.47.17
95 94 95 A D- 76.77EpamSyst EPAM 70.01
98 80 97 A A 34.67Healtheqty HQY.33.07
99 82 97 A B 28.37InstalledBldg IBP 26.38
90 86 89 A B- 86.97Mrgstr .9 MORN 85.90
98 92 87 A A 70.27TeamHlth TMH 66.13
94 93 85 A D+ 79.97Verisk
r VRSK 76.60
97 93 93 B B 53.07Virtusa
VRTU 48.94
53 80 27 A D- 38.6
54 55 36 B B 42.9
84 82 83 D B NH
87 69 87 A A- 105
75 80 50 A B 60.4
85 75 81 B B+ 66.1
86 65 87 B A 61.5
40 29 30 B B 16.5
81 88 78 C B- 32.9
67 79 43 A C+ 63.5
49 45 65 C B- 31.3
80 71 88 B C+ 57.9
80 97 61 A C 91.6
67 85 53 C D+ 46.3
25 69 20 D E 32.5
58 58 56 C B- 92.2
57 73 50 B B- 91.8
84 89 86 C B- 88.2
32 16 69 E B- 11.7
99 93 90 A B+ 69.4
52 34 66 C C- 73.3
48 95 17 A E 43.2
83 79 79 B B 26.6
60 35 80 B D- 223
91 77 95 C A- 13.5
78 64 85 C B+ NH
34 23 69 E C 33.6
39 43 44 .. B 137
41 47 43 C E 20.7
84 66 77 D A 48.9
47 34 48 B E 23.5
80 86 77 C C+ 91.4
44 41 42 D C 44.3
93 71 89 A A 39.4
68 79 72 B C- 48.5
93 88 88 A B+ 172
63 91 40 B E 17.4
24 63 22 C E 37.9
70 88 70 B D- 74.1
87 64 81 A A 92.2
83 73 84 B B 24.0
97 77 99 A A- 35.0
71 51 86 C B- 35.5
59 82 37 B E 32.4
72 67 84 C B- 78.9
53 63 50 C B- 43.7
72 78 54 A B- 143
78 41 87 A B 33.5
48 59 37 B D 195
75 57 77 A C 18.6
87 96 90 C C- 55.4
72 88 66 B B 22.7
17 34 22 C D- 41.5
94 94 93 B B NH
86 84 82 B B 36.3
71 77 53 A B+ 61.7
60 52 76 D B+ 47.2
12 18 18 .. D- 28.7
68 71 63 B C+ 59.0
91 84 80 C B 32.2
72 71 88 D C+ 95.0
92 89 89 A B 70.0
88 88 82 A D+ 113
82 89 89 B B- 72.5
87 85 71 A B- 19.4
91 98 99 A D+ 28.1
75 85 71 C B- 16.7
81 82 69 B B- 49.4
60 71 49 B B 81.0
88 80 89 C B 41.5
46 46 74 D E 15.4
75 53 95 .. A- 19.3
76 69 66 A B- 51.7
59 63 35 B B+ 21.6
26 39 30 B C 27.5
76 57 78 A D 39.8
82 77 76 B C- 56.0
12 34 14 D D+ 24.1
39 38 49 B B- 20.2
69 86 64 C B+ 18.5
79 95 60 A D 63.3
96 84 94 A A- 30.3
71 82 77 C C+ 56.0

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-1.24
-0.64
-0.13
-1.03
-0.63
-0.67
-0.93
-1.39
-0.23

+25 838 31o


+57 1.6m 15o
+44 361 34o
+8 800 39o
+4 435 28o
-59 241 99o
+13 217 38
-23 49 31o
+73 918 26o
+2 963 28o
+90 304 29o

51Job
JOBS 30.05 -0.17 -37 110 17
ADT
2.5 r ADT 33.51 +0.05 -32 1.4m 16o
ABMIndu 1.9 ABM 33.21 -0.03 -2 233 19
Accentu 2.0 ACN 103.1 -1.40 -25 1.6m 21o
AdvisryBrd ABCO 47.94 +0.95+375 1.8m 34o
Allegion .6 ALLE 62.29 -0.59 -14 429 23o
Amdocs 1.2 DOX 58.10 -0.73 +21 752 17o
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Aramrk 1.1 ARMK 32.14 -0.39 -60 779 20
Barrett 2.3 BBSI 37.53 -1.01 +40 160 12o
BoozAll 2.0 BAH 26.28 -0.83 -20 707 17x
CDKGlo 1.0 r CDK 49.10 -1.58 -35 760 34o
CEB
2.0 CEB 75.66 -1.12 +68 338 17o
CGIA
GIB 38.12 +0.01 +72 348 12o
CRAIntl
CRAI 22.98 -0.44 +9 56 15o
CACIIntl
CACI 81.75 -0.60 +26 142 11
Cimpress
CMPR 68.07 -0.91+158 1.2m 15o
Cintas
r CTAS 87.22 -0.39 -14 472 26o
ClearChannel CCO 9.21 -0.33 +22 194 99o
CognizantA CTSH 67.08 -0.26 +38 4.3m 23o
Compute 1.4 CSC 63.54 -1.87 +51 1.4m 13
Constant
r CTCT 24.90 -0.60 -46 319 20o
Converg 1.4 CVG 23.50 -0.60 +75 1.2m 13o
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CrossCntry CCRN 13.13 +0.57 +30 241 57o
CSGSys 2.1 r CSGS 32.67 +1.98+295 779 14o
DigtlAlly
DGLY 9.28 -0.65 +51 291 ..k
DunBrad 1.6 DNB 116.2 -9.29+164 447 16o
Eastern 2.6 EML 17.03 -0.03 -69 4 14
EmcorGrp .7 r EME 48.10 +0.16 -14 232 19o
EndurancIntl EIGI.16.84 -0.50+126 1.6m 18o
ePlus
PLUS 78.28 +2.28+179 223 13
Examwrks EXAM 35.76 +0.11 +21 450 99o
Exlservice r EXLS 37.44 -0.99 -31 106 20o
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GPStrat
r GPX 25.38 +0.13 +8 77 19o
G&KSvc 1.9 GK 66.74 -0.77 -54 44 20
Gartner
IT 89.85 -2.05 -16 336 41o
Genpact
r G 22.68 -0.96 +39 853 21o
Globant
GLOB 31.76 +0.04 -42 158 35k
HlthcrS 2.0 HCSG 35.18 -0.01 -43 206 97o
HlthStream HSTM 26.45 -0.35 -52 82 60o
HuronCons HURN 74.29 -1.52 -25 170 26o
ICIIntl
ICFI 36.14 -0.16 -9 63 15o
IHSIncA
r IHS 124.8 -1.69 +40 379 20o
IMSHealth
IMS 31.00 -1.10+735 7.1m 20o
IBM
3.3 r IBM 156.3 -1.58 -24 3.0m 9x
Infosys 3.9 INFY 17.31 -0.08 -28 3.1m 19o
Insperi 1.9 r NSP 47.51 -0.81 -27 115 23o
Interpu 2.3 r IPG 20.75 -0.40+105 6.8m 19o
IronMtn 6.5 IRM 29.27 -0.54 -28 1.3m 24o
Kforce 1.6 r KFRC 28.00 +0.32+280 643 22o
KornFer 1.2 KFY 33.80 -0.24 -29 230 17o
LamrAd 5.1 r LAMR 54.33 -6.52+498 3.1m 15o
LeidosH 3.0 LDOS 43.23 -0.78 +66 654 15o
MDCPrtn 5.1 MDCA 16.33 -0.31 +2 557 ..
MSASaf 2.6 MSA 49.96 -0.45 -57 74 19o
MYRGrp
MYRG 29.80 +0.85 +51 301 16o
Mnprgrp 1.8 MAN 90.85 -0.10 -1 602 17o
Maximus .3 MMS 64.78 -4.44 +88 622 26o
Moodys 1.2 r MCO 110.3 -1.49 -33 573 24o
MultiCo .3 LABL 64.94 +0.13 0 90 20
NIC
EGOV 18.02 -0.10 -3 206 30
NV5
NVEE 23.70 +0.07 -56 38 25k
Navigant
NCI 15.53 -0.09 +30 243 14o
Nielsen 2.4 r NLSN 46.55 -1.50+124 4.7m 17o
Omnicom 2.8 OMC 72.27 -1.67 +38 2.2m 16o
OnAssgnmt r ASGN 39.06 +0.21 +87 719 27o
PFSweb
PFSW 11.83 -0.17 -55 62 91
PatriotNatl
PN 18.38 -0.55 +38 134 76k
Paychex 3.5 PAYX 47.56 -0.71 +2 2.2m 25o
Perficient
PRFT 16.60 -0.08 -14 135 13o
PitneyB 3.6 PBI 20.87 +0.19 +16 1.6m 11o
PremierA
PINC 35.67 +0.03 -27 156 25k
ProvdncSrvc PRSC 44.17 -2.08 +9 111 25
Graphic 7.6 QUAD 15.71 +0.52 +6 261 12o
Donnele 6.1 RRD 17.01 +0.03 +92 3.1m 10o
ResrceC 2.5 RECN 16.26 -0.03 -15 123 21o
RobrtHa 1.4 RHI 55.72 -0.32 +34 1.1m 22o
Rollins
1.1 ROL 29.45 -0.74 +9 505 43x
Science 2.4 SAIC 52.06 -1.63 -14 202 17o

5 5 5 5 5 52-wk

Dividend Stock Close


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

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

IBD Composite Rating

B7

Key action of NYSE & Nasdaq top rated stocks for busy people. Bolded stocks = 80 EPS &
Relative Strength & IPO within last 15 years. Stocks up with composite 98 or higher boxed.

SMARTSELECT COMPOSITE RATING


EARNINGS PER SHARE
RELATIVE PRICE STRENGTH
INDUSTRY GROUP RELATIVE STRENTGH
SALES+PROFIT MARGINS+ROE
ACCUMULATION/DISTRIBUTION
52-wk
Close
Symbol Price Chg
6 6 6 6 6 High Stock

Vol%
Chg

STOCKS UP
ABMD 94.32 +1.43 +146
AMSG 84.53 +2.26 +161
SCMP 23.83 +1.59 +195
LGIH 23.90 +.69 +317
PBH 48.28 +.23 +245
HOMB 40.89 +.09 +17

97 95 96 B+ B B+ NH Chuy'sHlgs
97 76 98 A A B NH USConcrete
96 94 90 A+B A NH Masco
96 86 91 A A B100 HelenTroy
95 98 90 D+ A B+ NH ExtraSpace
95 96 78 AA C+ 165 FleetcorTech
95 82 85 AB A NH AmerFncl
95 77 99 A+D B NH EnergyFocus
94 95 89 BA C+ 102 IPGPhoton
94 94 93 B B B NH Kforce
94 92 89 BA A NH ConstelatnsA
94 86 90 A+C A NH Ryanair
92 56 93 A+A B NH EmergBio
90 91 94 B+ A D+ 79.4PapaJohns
90 72 99 C A A 26.0Tantech
90 36 97 A+A B 22.3AppliedOptlc
89 69 89 BA A NH BrownForman
89 53 92 AB B NH Maiden
88 93 79 D+ A B NH PublicStor
88 18 99 A+B A 129 Netflix
87 94 93 B D A 104 Tesoro
86 77 91 C+ B B 81.0OrbitalATK
85 95 87 B E A NH HollyFrntier
85 54 89 A+C B+ NH CocaClEn
84 93 86 C A E 38.0 NoahHldgs
84 58 87 B A A+ NH Clorox
83 74 81 AB B NH GeneralMills
82 90 83 B C B+ 51.3 WestrnRfing
82 87 52 B+ B B37.1 FTDCos
82 34 98 A D B+ NH DexCom
81 62 89 B+ B B NH Informatca
80 97 74 D+ B C 243 EssexPrpty
80 81 71 D+ A B 206 SimonPrpty
80 77 95 B E B+ NH AlonUSA
79 80 97 C+ E B+ 30.4 Trinseo
78 97 25 A A C 96.4 YYInc
77 63 90 C+ B B 23.0 BldBear
77 56 95 A B D NH Herbalife
75 81 87 D B B 26.1 GrupoFinan
74 83 78 C+ C B144 HuntgtnIngls
74 62 92 C D A NH Mondlz
73 43 82 AB B NH Campblsoup
73 13 93 A C B+ NH BlackKnight
73 4 99 A+E A+ NH SareptaThera

CHUY 34.41 +.19 +140


USCR 50.96 +6.19 +683
r MAS 26.44 +.24 +76
HELE 90.75 +1.63 +10
EXR 75.34 +.65 30
FLT 159.0 +5.02 +300
AFG 70.81 +.18 +51
EFOI 13.92 +.53 +184
IPGP 94.95 +1.27 +44
r KFRC 28.00 +.32 +280
STZ 124.2 +.83 +28
RYAAY 75.65 +.63 +92
EBS 34.60 +1.87 +114
PZZA 72.51 +1.06 +51
TANH 24.76 +1.33 +19
AAOI 20.95 +1.95 +414
r BFB 110.8 +.12 11
MHLD 16.68 +.19 +109
PSA 207.5 +1.86 18
NFLX 126.5 +2.74 +25
TSO 101.3 +3.15 +114
r OA 76.82 +4.97 +189
r HFC 50.73 +1.25 +62
r CCE 53.39 +1.55 +290
r NOAH 25.12 +1.17 43
CLX 119.4 +.45 +27
GIS 59.55 +.15 16
r WNR 48.35 +3.09 +94
FTD 30.38 +1.08 +113
DXCM 93.31 +7.36 +287
INFA 48.73 +.17 +999
ESS 226.1 +1.65 37
r SPG 189.9 +1.20 +7
ALJ 21.00 +1.01 +132
TSE 29.84 +2.66 +49
YY 61.24 +1.31 47
BBW 20.00 +1.34 +237
HLF 57.56 +8.46 +383
GGAL 20.32 +1.20 +61
r HII 122.3 +5.14 +97
MDLZ 46.81 +.52 +191
CPB 50.49 +.49 +6
BKFS 34.69 +.45 +21
SRPT 34.63 +1.90 +56

IBD Composite Rating


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

Dividend Stock Close


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

Servicemstr SERV 36.10 -0.35 +5 1.6m 22o


SmithWes r SWHC 16.51 -0.13 +2 786 17
Stantec 1.3 STN 24.69 -2.99+191 60 13
SturmRu 1.5 RGR 66.05 +3.30+380 708 51o
Supercom
SPCB 10.99 -0.04 -41 121 12k
Superio 1.7 SGC 17.43 -0.64 -76 16 20
SykesEnt
SYKE 25.24 -0.17 +56 216 14o
Syntel
SYNT 43.38 -0.37 +51 374 15o
TASER
TASR.24.45 -0.87 +5 2.4m 52o
TechTargt
TTGT 9.69 -1.23 +99 267 32
TeleTech 1.3 r TTEC 27.60 +0.43 +13 104 18o
ThomReu 3.3 TRI 40.88 -0.31 +22 929 22o
TowrsWa .5 r TW 127.0 -1.93 -33 502 21
TrinetGrp r TNET 17.40 -0.19 +59 1.5m 16o
TrueBlue
TBI 25.01 -0.35 +1 300 13o
TylerTech
TYL.138.3 -3.16 -17 163 58o
Unifirst
.1 UNF 113.4 -0.53 +31 88 18
Vectrus
VEC 26.29 +2.80 +95 190 16
Viad
1.4 VVI 28.91 -0.08 +19 79 14o
VisionChina VISN 11.03 -0.16 -94 5 ..
VoltInfoSci r VISI 9.80 +0.05 -34 44 ..
VSE
.9 VSEC 48.22 -0.08 -19 17 13
WNSHldgs r WNS 29.89 -0.91 +5 242 16o
Wagewrks WAGE 48.29 -0.98 +50 378 46o
Wipro
1.5 WIT 12.52 -0.13 -26 321 21o
WPP 2.6 WPPGY 113.0 -2.28 +36 84 16
Daily
Jan. 1
-0.9% Change
+7.82%Since

15. FINANCE
SECTOR LEADER | NYSE

95 98 96 A B 30.17Avolon

AVOL 28.75 -0.42+107 568 15

KEY DATA: EPS 3 Q Avg ...%, LQ 83%, Next Q 41%, Sales 3Q Avg 35%,
LQ 38%, Next Yr EPS 121%, Pretax 17%, ROE 7%, EPS due 10/28

SECTOR LEADER | NSDAQ

98 98 94 A A- 46.17BlkhkNt HAWK.44.17 -1.28 -10 546 22o


KEY DATA: EPS 3 Q Avg 105%, LQ 36%, Next Q 233%, Sales 3Q Avg 31%,

LQ 31%, Next Yr EPS 39%, Pretax 7%, ROE 35%, EPS due 10/08

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

98 89 85 A A- 59.47Evercore 1.9 EVR 57.76 -0.58


91 84 86 A C- 24.87GoldScB 7.6 GSBD 23.66 +0.38
99 99 86 A B- 47.87HFF
HF.40.62 -1.77
98 90 90 B A+65.37Heartlan .6 HPY 62.33 -1.42
97 97 95 A B 104 7Marktxs .8 MKTX 97.93 -1.32
91 88 84 A B- 98.87Masterc .7 r MA 97.16 -1.11
84 93 86 A E 38.07NoahHldgs r NOAH 25.12 +1.17
96 94 81 A A- 65.07PRAGroup PRAA 63.60 -0.02
91 86 83 A C+ 26.87Santnde 2.6 SC.22.92 -0.63
97 90 92 A A- 44.57VantivA VNTV 43.95 -0.06
95 95 87 A B 76.97Visa .7 r V.73.58 -1.40
88 91 93 A D+ 28.27WalkrDunlp WD 23.37 +0.11
87 96 64 A C 51.5
73 91 60 A D 230
67 83 38 A B- 40.5
80 85 78 B B 25.5
56 75 33 A E 14.4
79 91 41 A D+ 312
49 62 56 .. C 32.7
67 77 62 D B 25.0
92 96 90 A B+ NH
57 79 35 A D- 16.1
53 88 31 B E 94.9

+47 615 20o


-50 73 14k
+63 400 20o
+80 374 38o
-31 155 42o
+9 4.1m 29o
-43 385 16o
-5 323 15
+30 2.6m 8o
+14 1.3m 21o
+11 7.7m 28o
+21 450 10o

AerCap
r AER 46.22 -0.53 -27 2.3m 8
AffilMangers AMG 209.6 -2.45 -55 173 17o
AirLease .5 AL 35.03 -0.12 +32 823 14
Aircast 3.7 AYR 23.69 +0.12 +59 550 9o
Alcentra 11 ABDC 11.91 -0.21+104 102 7k
AllianceData r ADS.269.5 -6.09 -33 306 19o
AlliBer 7.0 AB 27.55 -0.83 +10 261 14x
AllyFinl
ALLY 22.19 -0.16 -32 2.6m 12o
Amerco
UHAL 368.2 +7.22+114 59 16o
AmCapital ACAS 13.66 +0.71+453 7.1m 18o
AmerExp 1.5 r AXP 75.00 -0.59 -23 4.5m 13o

5 5 5 5 5 52-wk

Dividend Stock Close


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

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

IBD Composite Rating

Vol%
Chg

STOCKS DOWN

99 99 99 A A A NH Abiomed
99 89 97 A+A B+ 85.5AmsurgA
99 77 99 A+A A 25.7Sucampon
98 99 96 B+ A A NH LGIHomes
98 96 94 A A B NH PrestigBrnd
98 91 93 AA A+ NH HmBanc

6 6 6 6 6 High
90 69 94 A C 38.9
80 55 93 C B+ 17.0
50 76 27 B C- 34.8
73 35 95 C A- NH
87 95 64 A C+ 14.4
79 76 89 B C+ 23.7
77 84 76 C B 26.0
65 61 50 A D+ 53.0
94 99 84 A D+ 36.0
50 49 64 B C- 12.6
73 73 77 C C+ 28.8
62 48 70 C B+ 42.6
73 78 73 B B+ 141
28 75 7 .. D- 38.0
73 99 46 B D- 31.5
97 97 92 A B- 145
65 68 66 C C+ 124
51 7 77 D B+ 33.8
86 89 81 C B 29.6
15 13 42 E C- 19.9
28 26 35 E B- 13.0
20 32 14 D D+ 84.1
90 72 94 A A NH
75 88 40 A B- 65.6
69 56 69 A C- 14.2
62 66 70 B D 123

SMARTSELECT COMPOSITE RATING


EARNINGS PER SHARE
RELATIVE PRICE STRENGTH
INDUSTRY GROUP RELATIVE STRENTGH
SALES+PROFIT MARGINS+ROE
ACCUMULATION/DISTRIBUTION
52-wk
Close
Symbol Price Chg
6 6 6 6 6 High Stock

99 99 97 A+B C 200 PaloAltNts


99 98 97 A+A B NH ValeantPhar
99 97 91 A A A 340 Allergan
99 93 96 A+A B+ 605 RegenernPh
99 93 94 A+A A 155 MonsterBev
99 77 99 A+A A+ NH SkechersA
98 95 82 A+A B 194 JazzPharm
98 90 81 A+A B+ 208 Alexion
97 98 83 A A C+ 242 Illumina
97 97 85 B+ A B+ 758 Chipotle
96 97 90 A+A C 190 UnitdThrp
96 50 98 A+A B 112 LigandPhar
95 86 83 A+A B+ 181 Amgen
95 85 87 A B A 47.5 BioRefLabs
92 85 72 A+A B270 ShirePlc
91 82 76 A A C+ 564 IntSurg
90 95 65 A A D 134 Mallinckrodt
90 84 98 C A .. 51.9 FitbitA
89 85 86 B+ B B 99 JackInBox
88 49 96 A+D A 580 Amazon
84 77 44 A+A B141 Medivation
82 85 78 C+ B A75.4 HSN
82 64 96 A+.. C+ 121 Incyte
81 96 30 A+A B480 Biogen
81 89 85 B+ .. B+ 712 Autozone
79 91 41 AA D+ 312 AllianceData
74 34 99 A .. B 104 EaglePharma
72 82 54 C+ C B+ 34.4 EchoGlbLog
71 77 53 C A B+ 61.7 LamrAdvrt
71 15 99 A+.. A84.6 RadiusHlth
70 15 95 A+D C 140 AlnylamPh
69 6 99 A+.. A 137 Ultragenyx
68 86 39 C B B 149 HarmanInd
68 70 38 A+B D153 Mercadolib
66 18 95 A+D C 138 AgiosPharma
62 3 96 A+D D+ 151 Biomarin
61 93 4 A+A D84.1 Shuttershck
61 31 77 A+E B+ 349 InterceptPhrm
53 21 71 B C B291 Tesla
52 3 99 A+E C 197 BluebirdBio
51 69 30 C B B73.3 EnerSys
43 5 90 A+E E 133 GWPharma
35 76 9 B A E 82.5 ViacomB
31 22 14 A D C 41.3 CardiovS
25 63 4 DB C 158 KeurigGrnMt
13 13 9 C D E 27.8 PHH
.. .. 96 C .. C+ 106 PSUltNBio
.. .. 94 C .. D273 SpdrBiot
.. .. 90 C .. C 400 iShaNdqBio
.. .. 63 C .. D+ 59.8 DxSpBioBul3

PANW 174.5 15.78 +108


r VRX 248.4 14.12 +118
AGN 319.5 17.17 +85
REGN 582.5 9.93 3
MNST 144.9 9.13 +179
SKX 154.2 6.14 +76
JAZZ 184.2 7.66 +63
r ALXN 189.7 8.21 41
ILMN 209.7 6.20 +17
CMG 749.6 8.17 31
UTHR 159.7 6.90 4
r LGND 104.6 6.66 +71
AMGN 169.7 6.78 +12
BRLI 37.73 6.27 +37
SHPG 240.4 13.37 +196
r ISRG 524.1 7.00 41
r MNK 98.49 6.02 +431
FIT 44.60 7.04 +72
JACK 91.11 6.03 +238
AMZN 529.5 7.55 +9
MDVN 101.4 6.76 +33
r HSNI 66.67 7.90 +428
INCY 104.4 6.61 +48
r BIIB 316.6 18.81 +75
r AZO 697.1 14.58 18
r ADS 269.5 6.09 33
EGRX 91.54 9.02 +14
ECHO 26.38 6.46 +732
r LAMR 54.33 6.52 +498
RDUS 68.44 7.81 +12
ALNY 119.9 7.86 32
RARE 112.5 7.80 12
r HAR 111.0 7.01 +160
MELI 121.0 10.92 +302
AGIO 100.1 11.80 +80
BMRN 134.7 8.92 +36
SSTK 34.42 16.33 +960
ICPT 240.0 20.15 +33
TSLA 246.1 24.00 +336
BLUE 156.8 9.68 34
r ENS 55.50 5.99 +310
GWPH 106.2 8.09 +113
VIAB 44.10 7.31 +970
CSII 23.22 6.13 +806
GMCR 52.67 22.31 +798
PHH 16.28 7.81 +999
BIB 90.27 8.20 +70
XBI 243.3 13.00 +103
IBB 370.1 16.64 +79
LABU 41.25 7.48 +225

IBD Composite Rating


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

6 6 6 6 6 High
76 83 54 A C+ 138
15 13 28 D D- 26.1
52 59 50 A E 17.7
57 57 51 B B- 57.0
49 6 50 B D+ 19.3
61 77 44 A D+ 382
62 75 73 B E 44.4
70 48 77 B B+ 36.3
84 81 83 A B- 55.8
63 92 66 .. B- 39.0
37 46 47 C E 47.0
20 62 7 A E 25.7
81 68 78 A B+ 68.0
39 17 57 C D+ 50.0
53 55 31 A D+ 14.7
41 16 85 E C+ 52.0
62 40 64 B B- 92.1
35 59 24 B E 19.3
86 94 36 A B+ 40.0
68 70 81 E C+ 28.7
64 47 66 B B- 59.1
86 63 89 A C NH
83 78 82 B B- 100
58 49 54 B B- 18.6
90 98 83 B D 42.3
97 95 95 A B+ 277
78 65 84 B B- 30.0
47 69 32 B E 66.8
59 28 88 C D+ 31.5
55 65 43 A C 46.8
91 91 64 A A+46.2
73 97 29 A B- 58.2
93 91 88 A B 104
97 93 92 A A- 71.5
69 81 34 A C 23.5
36 37 55 C E 10.9
67 59 71 A C 35.8
68 63 74 B B- 69.0
50 61 25 A C- 19.5
83 79 76 A B- 46.3
87 86 88 A B 89.2
95 96 78 A C+ 165
57 41 67 B B 16.3
30 63 23 B E 59.4
75 97 55 A D+ 15.5
55 87 25 B B- 66.8
94 86 93 A A- 114
55 73 48 A E 18.4
70 71 47 A C- 51.2
27 54 7 B B- 42.4
35 2 81 E C- 14.7
82 60 99 D D+ 29.9
74 53 96 D C+ 46.0
89 92 78 A B 242
82 83 87 C D+ 37.7
63 69 46 A B- 42.1
33 59 18 B E 32.1
34 77 6 C C- 13.9
74 80 69 A E 19.0
26 41 25 C E 13.8
79 79 67 A B+ 25.0
63 66 68 B D- 49.7

Dividend Stock Close


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

Amerpri 2.2 AMP 123.7 -1.47 -33 838 13o


ApolloM 11 APO 20.14 -0.08 -13 789 53o
AresCap 9 ARCC 16.04 +0.11 -20 1.1m 10o
ArtsnPt 5.1 APAM 46.73 -0.11 -41 122 15o
BBXCapital BBX 15.87 -0.55 -77 8 36o
Blackro 2.6 r BLK 333.1 -1.62 -10 584 16o
Blackst 7.4 BX 38.44 -0.51 +33 5.4m 15o
BlockH&R 2.3 HRB 35.17 -0.66+128 6.5m 20
Broadri 2.0 BR 54.10 -0.26 +62 951 23
BrkfldAs 2.1 BAM 34.77 -0.15 +2 1.2m 10
Brookfi
5.1 BIP 41.28 +0.57 +29 264 36o
CAIIntl
r CAP 13.10 +0.17+255 328 4o
CBOE 1.5 r CBOE 62.90 -0.12 -17 448 27o
CITGroup 1.3 CIT 46.71 -0.13 +11 1.6m 14o
CMFina 11 CMFN 11.64 -0.16 -31 23 8
CapSW .4 CSWC 48.55 +0.07 -24 26 ..
CaptlOne 2.0 r COF 81.14 -0.72 +1 3.2m 11x
CapitlaFi 12 CPTA 15.01 -0.14 -26 62 10k
Cardtronics CATM 34.99 -1.36 -8 377 13o
CashAmer .8 r CSH 26.00 -0.68 +33 357 27o
CassInfo 1.6 r CASS 51.05 -0.16 -15 28 25
CharlesSc .7 SCHW 35.10 -0.28 -19 6.3m 36o
CMEGrp 2.1 CME 97.09 -0.80 -22 1.1m 26o
Compass 8.5 CODI 16.91 +0.31 +27 130 3o
CoreLogic r CLGX 38.20 -0.78 -41 440 21o
CreditAcpt CACC 232.2 -6.01 -49 58 17o
CreditSu 2.6 CS 28.98 -0.18 -46 757 12o
Discover 2.1 r DFS 53.59 -0.88 +50 4.6m 10o
ETrade
ETFC 29.67 +0.39 +1 3.6m 27o
EatonVa 2.6 r EV 38.57 -0.16 -26 507 15
EncoreCap ECPG 42.57 -0.97 +5 231 9
Envestnet
ENV 44.61 -1.51 +30 405 53
Equifax 1.1 r EFX 102.3 -1.21 -23 471 24o
Euronet
EEFT 67.87 -0.82 -19 217 23o
Evertec 2.0 r EVTC 19.83 +1.34+174 604 11o
FSInves 8.9 FSIC 10.04 -0.07 -21 542 10
FedInvs 3.0 r FII 33.66 -0.27 -40 294 22o
Fidelity
1.6 FIS 64.68 -1.06 -54 586 21o
FidusInv 10 FDUS 14.24 -0.02 0 48 8
FinclEn .7 FNGN 40.36 -5.17+610 2.0m 43o
Fiserv
r FISV 87.05 -1.49 -24 901 24o
FleetcorTech FLT 159.0 +5.02+300 2.3m 27o
FlyLeas
6.9 FLY 14.41 -0.09 -2 250 8o
FrankRes 1.3 BEN 44.71 -0.48 +15 2.6m 11o
Garrison 9 GARS 14.66 -0.11 +17 55 8
GATX
3.0 GMT 50.62 -1.93 +59 575 10o
GlobalP .1 r GPN 112.5 -0.79 -7 492 23o
GolubCap 7.7 GBDC 16.61 +0.55 +12 177 12
Greenhi 4.5 GHL 39.72 +0.43 +55 523 23o
HEEquip 5.9 HEES 16.83 +0.51 -30 360 12o
HRGGroup
HRG 14.11 -0.31 -38 512 ..
ImpacM
IMH 20.75 +0.17 +29 216 8
InterBr
.9 IBKR 42.94 -0.36 -36 423 99o
Intercont 1.3 ICE 237.0 -0.54 +30 734 22o
IntlFcstone INTL 26.74 -0.14+151 318 12o
Invesco
2.8 IVZ 38.60 -0.13 -17 2.5m 15o
InvTech 1.6 r ITG 17.85 +0.70 +44 624 12o
JGWentwrth JGW 6.08 -2.31+404 614 2o
JanusCap 2.2 JNS 16.19 +0.03 -16 2.2m 17o
KCGHldgs
KCG.10.31 -0.09 -42 352 4o
KKR
7.2 KKR 23.25 -0.55 +31 3.0m 15o
LPLFncl 2.3 r LPLA 43.74 +0.08 +54 1.6m 18o

5 5 5 5 5 52-wk

Dividend Stock Close


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

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

IBD Composite Rating

B8

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Cmp EPS Rel Acc


Rtg Rnk Str Dis Stock Name

Closing
Vol
Price Change (mil)

Vol%
Chg

EPS Rel
Rnk Str Stock Name

4
1
1
55
1
5
71
58
87
10

13.84
8.19
3.57
27.21
6.88
6.49
17.81
34.24
108.6
17.08

+238
+88
+186
+133
+90
+39
40
1
+695
+537

56
78
7
86
32
80
39
35
76
43

21
14
20
55
6
17
59
58
88
29

8
3
2
56
4
10
80
60
80
16

E
E
E
B+
E
D
B
B
B
E

Transocean Inc
Chesapeake Energy
Denbury Resources
Emc Corp
Barrick Gold
Petroleo Bras Adr
Bank Of America
At&t Inc
Walt Disney
Sunedison Inc

+1.50
+1.16
+0.46
+0.36
+0.34
+0.17
0.06
0.33
1.98
5.79

38.07
44.77
32.65
34.01
31.09
38.49
47.52
32.70
57.11
73.86

Most Active Nasdaq Stocks

95
72
77
9
9
97
25
83
16
24

Closing
Vol
Price Change (mil)

Vol%
Chg

EPS Rel
Rnk Str Stock Name

88
84
29
75
65
86
98
..
40
35

126.5
3.91
29.01
115.1
46.62
58.76
95.12
110.5
29.87
44.10

+25
+51
19
+11
14
+194
+44
+53
+608
+970

74
66
76
3
..
13
36
31
36
33

99
76
30
63
66
70
92
76
32
9

A
B
E
E
D+
C
B
D
C
E

Netflix
Sirius X M Holdings Inc
Intel
Apple Inc
Microsoft
Comcast Cl A
Facebook Inc Cl A
Pwrshrs Qqq Trust Sr 1
21st Cen Fx Cl A
Viacom Inc Cl B

Top Fidelity Sector Funds


YTD 4 Wk
% Chg % Chg

1. Biotechnlgy
2. Pharm
3. Health Care
4. Medcl Dlvry
5. IT Services
6. Retailing
7. Leisure
8. Med Eq & Sys
9. Consmr Disc
10. Banking

+ 25%
+ 19%
+ 15%
+ 15%
+ 14%
+ 14%
+ 11%
+ 10%
+ 7%
+ 6%

+ 0%
+ 2%
+ 2%
+ 1%
+ 3%
+ 7%
+ 3%
+ 2%
+ 1%
+ 2%

+2.74
0.01
0.11
0.27
0.96
1.05
1.32
1.80
2.05
7.31

Closing
Price

Net
Up

Vol%
Chg

HLF
MLR
VEC
KORS
SM
TSE
KOP
GTS
HOS
TNH

57.56
21.09
26.29
43.77
36.99
29.84
21.37
23.43
20.49
112.8

+8.46
+2.97
+2.80
+4.28
+3.30
+2.66
+1.87
+1.87
+1.59
+8.73

+383
+125
+95
+165
16
+49
+342
+96
+69
+71

Nasdaq Most % Up In Price

Cmp EPS Rel Acc


Rtg Rnk Str Dis Stock Name

18
79
51
96
59
91
94
..
51
76

Symbol

Herbalife Ltd
Miller Industries Inc
Vectrus Inc
Michael Kors Ltd
S M Energy Co
Trinseo Sa
Koppers Holdings
TripleS Mgmt Cl B
Hornbeck Offshore
Terra Nitrogen

24.61
42.31
27.78
52.58
26.98
38.11
42.08
41.92
93.73
32.29

Top Sector ETFs

SPDR S&P Biotech


IS Nasdaq Biotech
PS Dyn Phara
FrstTr NYSEArc Biotch
FrstTr DJ Internet
FrstTr Health Cre Alph
VG Health Care
PureFnds ISE CybSec
IS US Healthcare
SPDR Health Care

53
19
98
89
75
97
97
67
7
6

Symbol

Closing
Price

Net
Up

Vol%
Chg

N N Inc
NNBR
Freightcar America
RAIL
U S Concrete Inc
USCR
Hortonworks Inc
HDP
Proshr Ultpr Sht Nsdq Bi ZBIO
Dermira Inc
DERM
Applied Optoelectronics AAOI
Nxstage Medical Inc NXTM
Sears Holdings Corp
SHLD
Stratasys Ltd
SSYS

25.27
20.98
50.96
27.31
21.02
24.43
20.95
16.65
23.34
30.61

+3.64
+2.83
+6.19
+3.16
+2.40
+2.35
+1.95
+1.54
+2.00
+2.61

+77
+302
+683
+513
+214
+999
+414
+321
+17
+104

Groups Highest % Of
YTD Stocks At New High
Symbol % Chg

XBI
IBB
PJP
FBT
FDN
FXH
VHT
HACK
IYH
XLV

+30%
+21%
+19%
+19%
+17%
+13%
+12%
+12%
+11%
+10%

Food-confectionery
Trnsprttin-airlne
Soap & clng preparat
Beverages-alcoholic
Bldg-cment/cncrt
Food-misc prep
Food-packaged
Bev-non-alcoholic
Apparel-shoes & rel
Compter sftwr-dsgn

S&P 400 MDY Close 271.212.65 (0.97%) Since Jan 1, +2.74% N.Y.S.E. Comp Close 10799.548.39 (0.45%)

25%
20%
20%
18%
18%
14%
13%
13%
13%
13%
Since Jan 1, 0.37%

32% of NYSE stocks are above their 200 day moving average price line

Russell2K IWM Close 120.671.67 (1.37%) Since Jan 1, +0.88%


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

IBD Composite Rating


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

Dividend Stock Close

Vol% Vol P

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


89 90 69 A B- 59.8
54 85 33 C C 59.2
42 77 13 C C- 29.3
99 75 99 A A 124
38 81 5 A E 19.2
84 65 92 A B+ 68.8
57 68 38 A D- 33.2
71 58 72 B B 27.6
35 61 22 B D- 21.8
14 29 14 B E 38.8
67 94 32 B B 45.5
76 70 65 A C 15.7
69 70 84 C C- NH
40 39 13 C B 37.0
25 27 19 B C- 22.7
38 48 25 B E 48.8
94 71 97 A B+ 20.9
50 44 58 B D- 15.5
52 21 93 E B 20.0
66 77 42 A D 24.9
78 96 75 C B- 20.1
48 13 72 B B- 57.1
33 52 31 .. D+ 14.0
82 64 66 A B- 83.0
75 94 51 A C- 14.6
86 62 68 A C+ 19.7
49 64 25 C B- 59.9
59 79 39 A E 88.6
70 57 70 B B- 41.2
78 76 72 B D+ 61.8
66 90 60 C C- 100
88 77 94 A B- 54.9
87 53 95 A B 18.6
46 60 27 A B- 16.8
73 79 58 A D+ 16.7
64 11 87 B B 54.3
70 75 68 B C+ 81.3
77 56 79 C A- 59.9
57 77 18 C C 15.4
54 59 42 A D- 17.7
77 65 74 A C- 39.1
71 88 54 A C 14.3
66 56 62 B B 20.7
98 96 93 A B 47.8
41 57 26 A E 27.8
42 96 10 A E 119
62 73 41 B D 39.3
65 72 36 A C- 119
43 58 37 B D 57.3
67 53 76 B B 22.8
79 79 57 A C 68.1
96 87 97 A B- 26.2
44 90 8 B D- 96.2
65 11 95 C B 25.5

Lazard
2.6 LAZ 53.62 -0.66 +18 881 14o
LeggMas 1.7 LM 48.11 -0.87 +13 1.4m 11o
Lendingclub
LC 14.03 -0.37+138 11m 99o
Lendingtree TREE 113.4 -4.58 -11 249 52
Lifelock
LOCK 7.69 +0.02 -35 2.3m 16o
MSCI 1.3 r MSCI 66.51 -1.09 -8 515 32o
MainStC 7.5 MAIN 28.71 -1.18+305 871 13
Markit
MRKT 26.63 +0.05 -65 205 17
Marlin 3.7 MRLN 15.31 -0.46 -53 15 10
Mcgrath 4.0 MGRC 24.87 +0.07 -1 96 15o
MobileM 2.1 MINI 35.05 -0.13 -22 198 27o
Monroe 9 MRCC 14.41 +0.11 +60 97 8k
NdaqOx 1.9 NDAQ 52.78 +0.31 +62 1.5m 17o
NatnstrMtg NSM 17.71 -0.92 +8 1.8m 9o
Navient 4.2 r NAVI 15.37 -0.24 +45 3.5m 5o
Nelnet
1.0 NNI 38.90 -0.07 +19 148 6
Net1UEPS UEPS 20.05 +0.01 -10 239 7
NewMtnFn 9 NMFC 14.64 +0.08 +15 239 10o
Newtek 4.6 NEWT 18.82 -0.39 -34 43 ..
Nrthstr 2.1 r NSAM 19.37 +0.73 +90 3.5m 33o
OMAsst 1.8 OMAM 17.81 +0.75 -54 180 18
Oaktree 4.4 OAK 53.03 -2.33 +39 251 22x
Och-Zif
9 OZM 10.96 -0.65+173 1.4m 9o
Orix
1.4 IX 73.44 -1.35 -67 9 9
Pennant 8.4 PFLT 13.60 +0.05 -13 50 10
PennymacFinl PFSI 17.44 -0.54 -26 47 9
PiperJaff
PJC 44.82 +1.19 +12 146 10o
PriceTr 2.7 r TROW 75.89 -0.59 -20 1.2m 16o
QiwiPl 5.5 QIWI 28.82 -0.15 +54 643 18
RaymndJ 1.2 RJF 58.85 -0.57 -35 399 16o
RyderSys 1.8
R 91.55 -0.36 +15 794 15o
SEIInvst .9 r SEIC 54.42 -0.22 +48 964 28o
SequentlBrd SQBG 17.09 -0.23 -49 102 61
Silvercre 3.6 SAMG 13.27 +0.04 -77 11 25k
SolarSr
9 SUNS 15.58 -0.15 -35 18 12
Springleaf LEAF 45.94 -5.21+210 1.6m 14o
StateSt 1.7 r STT 78.35 +0.25 +29 2.7m 14o
StifelFncl
SF 54.82 -0.48 -43 249 20
StonegtMrtg SGM 8.74 -0.65+111 49 38
TCPCap 9 r TCPC 15.36 +0.09 +28 200 7o
TDAmtr 1.6 AMTD 37.17 -0.30 +34 3.0m 25o
THLCred 11 TCRD 11.92 +0.04 -10 95 8
TpgSpec 8.7 r TSLX 18.00 ...+124 190 9
TotalSys .9 TSS 46.72 -0.82 -22 794 20o
Triangl 11 TCAP 20.04 -1.19+241 333 9o
UntdRental
URI 65.66 +0.19 -24 2.3m 8o
Verifone
PAY 32.50 -0.46 -38 837 18
WEX
WEX 100.4 -1.51 -41 214 20o
WaddllR 3.9 WDR 44.40 -0.35 -61 272 12o
WestrnU 3.0 r WU 20.37 +0.04 +78 9.7m 12o
WtwdHd 3.4 WHG 59.52 +0.12 +95 28 10
Wisdmtr 1.3 WETF 24.66 -0.80 -24 2.5m 56o
WrldAccpt WRLD 51.34 -0.09 -40 192 4o
Xoom
XOOM 24.78 +0.02 +81 1.7m 79o

6 6 6 6 6 High
38 58 33 B D+ 37.5
58 58 60 B B 36.5
66 59 79 B D- 74.0
41 59 37 B E 48.3
36 93 14 A E 95.6
72 66 81 B C+ 75.0
58 20 95 .. B+ 29.0
13 25 15 D C- 42.0
40 2 81 E B+ 199
43 38 53 C C- 75.5
25 43 27 D D+ 78.3
28 56 22 E D 19.9
57 54 61 C B- 32.9
84 50 91 .. A+26.5
95 74 96 C A- 20.3
86 91 70 B C- 65.0
86 91 72 B D- 64.7
76 48 86 B B- 32.5
80 81 64 B B+ 80.8
95 99 98 C B 70.8
30 54 40 D B- 56.0
37 41 30 D D- 13.3
38 37 76 .. D+ 21.0
38 22 29 B D- 23.4
22 11 19 C B+ 8.5
58 21 96 D B 20.3
39 6 51 E C 23.2
55 54 76 D D+ 13.3
64 57 83 B B 83.8
48 79 57 C E 23.2
98 76 97 B B 24.4
76 45 82 A B- 20.3
16 31 14 B E 11.4
98 87 91 A A- NH
47 77 30 E B+ 17.6
39 90 30 D E 15.8
47 29 53 B C+ 57.1
47 5 79 E B+ 58.7
41 5 73 E B- 54.7
33 22 25 B D 18.6
20 20 14 B C+ 18.5
72 90 66 B A- 70.3
65 50 91 D B 39.7
63 35 92 D B+ NH
37 23 69 E C+ 18.8
37 41 33 B D+ 79.0
50 37 41 A B+ 41.5
63 49 74 D B 126
33 36 28 B E 27.5
90 86 88 B B+ 37.6
39 56 25 C C+ 31.8
30 17 56 D C- 21.7
77 66 96 B D- 33.9
13 33 12 D D+ 30.1
66 24 93 D B+ 42.0
34 44 24 B C+ 26.4
61 39 88 D B+ 13.7
8 11 13 C E 21.4
44 22 68 D B 16.4
41 41 53 D C+ 48.8
73 77 79 E B+ 30.8
64 79 46 A C 38.9
85 59 93 B B+ 194
15 10 25 C D- 16.7
84 80 77 A C+ 50.0
65 77 53 D B+ 40.9
55 85 41 A E 51.7
74 77 64 C C 68.8
38 48 26 C E 8.1
52 26 81 D B 39.5

Dividend Stock Close


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

Arris
ARRS 27.89 -1.31 +76 2.9m 10o
AT&T
5.5
T 34.24 -0.33 -1 33m 13o
Atlntic 1.6 ATNI 71.54 -0.77 +12 62 24
BCE
4.9 BCE 41.37 +0.30 +28 1.3m 12o
Belden
.4 BDC 57.05 -1.66 +64 587 12o
BTGroup 2.5 BT 72.99 +0.27 -2 129 15
Cablevi
2.3 CVC 26.53 -1.07 +97 6.6m 26
Century 7.7 CTL 27.93 -0.63+149 14m 20o
CharterCmm CHTR 187.3 -1.30+152 4.3m ..o
ChinaMb 2.6 CHL 64.12 -0.68 -43 417 14
ChinaTel 2.0 CHA 54.40 -0.34 -59 26 15k
ChinaUn 2.1 CHU 13.70 -0.07 -30 407 17
Chunghwa 3.9 CHT 31.36 -0.22 +51 183 19o
Ciena
CIEN 23.92 -0.75 -5 2.8m 33
Clearfield r CLFD 19.49 -0.01 +4 74 60o
Comc 1.7 r CMCSA 58.76 -1.05+194 38m 18o
Cmcst 1.7 CMCSK 58.83 -0.86+125 7.1m 18o
Commscope COMM 31.17 -0.37 -53 595 16o
DishNetwk DISH 67.88 -0.34 +34 2.5m 25o
Dycom
r DY 63.34 -1.24 -14 306 32
EchoStar
SATS 47.04 -0.13 -23 116 23o
Ericsson 2.4 ERIC 10.38 -0.14 -28 2.5m 16o
FairpntComs FRP 17.37 +0.15 +4 82 ..o
Finisar
FNSR 16.96 -0.18 -19 1.1m 16
Frontie
8.2 FTR 5.13 +0.02 -33 21m 36o
GenCmm GNCMA 18.79 -0.27 -47 117 ..o
Gogo
GOGO 16.96 -1.33+394 4.5m ..o
HC2
HCHC 7.25 -0.49 +19 267 ..k
Harris
2.3 HRS 82.94 -0.12 -10 821 16
IDT
4.2 IDT 17.13 +0.08 -33 75 11o
Infinran
INFN 23.32 -0.64 -36 1.0m 40o
Inteliq 3.4 IQNT 17.41 -0.32 -49 112 14o
IridiumCm IRDM 6.79 +0.09 +34 1.3m 9o
J2Global 1.7 JCOM 73.69 -0.59+108 468 20o
KTCorp
KT 12.89 -0.05 -46 140 8o
KVHIndus
KVHI 11.27 -0.24 +9 33 27
Level3Com LVLT 49.08 -1.24 +32 2.7m 33o
LibrtyGbA LBTYA 52.42 -1.85 +92 4.0m ..o
LibertyGblC LBTYK 49.04 -1.18 +25 3.4m ..o
LumosNt 4.4 LMOS 12.65 -1.34+303 589 14o
MobilTe 8.8 MBT 8.34 +0.12 +11 2.4m 6
Motorola 2.1 MSI 63.80 -0.24+115 2.5m 21o
NippnTel 1.8 NTT 39.60 +0.09 -36 177 18o
NTTDoco 2.2 DCM 21.73 +0.27 +47 187 24o
Orange 2.9 ORAN 16.58 +0.04 -10 583 43o
Phillipn
3.4 PHI 59.67 -1.52+140 126 15
RogersC 4.5 RCI 34.91 +0.39 -1 496 12o
SBAComm r SBAC 121.5 +0.75 +42 1.3m ..o
ShawCmm 4.6 SJR 20.78 -0.18 +64 674 12o
Shenand 1.3 SHEN 35.54 +0.03 -21 59 23o
SKTelec 3.0 SKM 23.34 -0.33 -13 456 8o
SpokHl 3.0 SPOK 16.57 -0.03 -61 38 19
StrghtPathB STRP 23.26 -0.94 +56 270 64o
TIMPart 1.6 TSU 13.34 -0.15 +26 2.4m 11
T-MobileUS TMUS 40.42 -0.32 -5 4.3m 99o
TelecmA 5.8 TEO 17.46 +0.77 -12 133 7o
TelItalia
TI 13.30 -0.26 -47 131 30
Telefoni 8.9 VIV 12.29 -0.35 -6 3.1m 11o
Telefon
4.7 TEF 15.39 +0.01 +14 1.5m 24o
Telekom 2.2 TLK 43.25 +0.11 +7 134 16
TeleDat 1.9 TDS 29.31 +0.15 -30 339 91o
Telus
3.3 TU 34.18 +0.43 +19 296 13
TimeWar 1.6 TWC 190.2 -1.28 +79 4.2m 26o
Turkcell
12 TKC 11.01 -0.10 -7 265 16o
Ubiqiti
.5 UBNT 32.05 -0.43+133 1.5m 15
USCell
USM 37.78 -0.12 -37 48 23o
Verizon 4.7 VZ 46.63 -0.01 -34 10m 12o
Viasat
VSAT 61.26 -1.15 +15 254 38
VIAV
VIAV 6.12 -0.17 +1 5.1m 11
Vodafone 4.5 VOD 37.94 -0.31 -16 3.0m 45

IBD Composite Rating


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

87 70 88 B C+ 22.4 AlliFib .8 r AFOP 18.93 -0.50 +8 208 16o


20 16 30 C D- 27.0 AmerMov 1.8 AMX 19.36 +0.04 -38 2.8m 26o
90 36 97 A B 22.3 AppliedOptlc AAOI 20.95 +1.95+414 1.6m 24o
5 5 5 5 5 52-wk

5 5 5 5 5 52-wk

Daily
Jan. 1
-0.8% Change
+6.31%Since

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

96 87 88 A B 38.87Broadsoft BSFT 34.49 -1.83 +40 366 22o


95 95 80 A B 32.77NeuStar r NSR 30.77 -0.08 +3 680 6o

Dividend Stock Close


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

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

IBD Composite Rating

Dividend Stock Close


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

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

IBD Composite Rating

Vol% Vol P
Chg Chg 1000 E

52-wk

Dividend Stock Close

Vol% Vol P

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

+44 42m 50o 55 33 63 B D- 48.7 Xilinx 2.9 r XLNX 42.88 +0.17 +45 4.8m 18o
-9 381 49o
Daily
Since
-11 2.0m 25o 20. REAL EST
0.0% Change +3.63%Jan. 1
-17 639 78
-25 205 52o 7IPO within last 15 years and EPS & RS 80 or higher
90 93 80 A C 39.87CBREGrp CBG.37.54 -0.46 -4 1.5m 20o
93 70 84 A B 78.4 Akamai
AKAM 74.42 -1.61 -23 1.2m 29o 92 80 87 A B- NH 7GrupoAe 6.1 PAC 81.93 +0.42 +26 86 17
95 92 96 A B 18.2 Autobytl r ABTL 15.82 -0.10 -10 96 18 97 98 97 A B+ 53.57Marcs&MilliMMI.50.17 -1.53 +69 324 34
73 99 28 A E 57.9 AutohomeA ATHM 36.97 +0.45 -41 648 26o
67 78 24 A D+ 251 Baidu
r BIDU 174.5 +1.72 +13 4.4m 27o 48 48 40 A B- 20.1 AGMortg 13 MITT 17.50 -0.25 +15 255 6o
51 72 6 B D+ 98.3 Bitauto
BITA 37.37 +1.57 +7 984 21 66 84 40 C C- 43.7 Alexandr& .5 ALEX 37.30 -0.20 -20 132 34x
44 56 31 .. B- 14.4 Connecture CNXR 8.59 -0.35 +18 107 ..k 58 44 64 B B- 106 AmerTow 1.8 AMT 98.36 +1.72 +57 3.5m 58o
96 97 89 C A- 288 Equinix 2.4 EQIX 280.0 -0.45 -19 521 75o 43 43 32 A C 23.7 AmCpAy 12 AGNC 19.25 ... -56 2.0m 14o
48 22 38 B B 17.4 EverydayHlth EVDY 11.88 -0.19 -53 84 28k 50 65 41 B C 12.0 AnnalyC 11 NLY 10.09 +0.21 +73 18m 5o
95 91 77 A B- 136 F5Netwrks FFIV 129.9 -2.35 -7 885 20o 39 28 72 E C+ 41.6 Apartmn 3.1 AIV 39.14 +0.13 -20 961 18o
10 ARI 16.87 ... +18 499 9o
77 41 98 D C 25.5 GTTComms
GTT 24.07 +1.62+100 333 ..o 73 71 62 A C+ 17.7 ApolloC
61 36 68 D B- 33.0 GodaddyA GDDY 26.22 -3.25+267 2.3m ..o 81 85 74 B B- 181 AvalonB 2.9 AVB 172.8 +0.39 -22 509 31o
98 84 89 A B 678 GoogleC
GOOG 642.7 -1.10 -28 1.6m 23o 44 28 56 B D+ 31.8 Blackst 7.1 BXMT 29.13 -0.27 -46 516 16o
63 99 18 B E 48.0 GrubHub GRUB.29.19 -0.91 +5 2.8m 66o 50 86 37 C D- 146 BostonP 2.1 BXP 121.0 -0.34 +2 835 33o
60 61 36 A B- 17.0 Chimera 13 CIM 14.20 -0.02 +46 2.9m 5o
82 83 80 B C+ 84.7 IACInte 1.8 IACI 74.28 -2.44 +55 1.3m 23o
53 4 75 B B- 64.4 ConsTom .1 CTO 56.63 -1.37 -48 9 61
34 7 57 E D+ 10.8 Internap
INAP 8.46 -0.22 +8 291 ..o
95 93 90 A B+ 47.8 Collier
.8 CIGI 47.28 +2.61 -42 27 17
55 37 65 D B- 33.2 Interxion
INXN 28.64 +0.58 +1 815 54o
51 48 38 A C- 27.1 ColonyCap 6.5 CLNY 22.68 -0.08 -16 933 16o
43 12 52 D C 38.4 LibrtyTripA LTRPA 28.16 -0.89 -13 719 ..o
66 85 60 C B- 89.4 CrownCs 4.0 CCI 82.04 -0.21 -10 1.8m 55o
70 94 31 A E 276 LinkedIn
LNKD 189.5 -3.19 +21 2.4m 84o
65 77 68 C C+ 82.5 EquityR 2.8 EQR 74.77 +0.27 -12 1.5m 30o
85 82 55 A B- 103 Qihoo360 r QIHU 64.06 +0.06 -79 667 26
80 97 74 B C- 243 EssexPr 2.5 ESS 226.1 +1.65 -37 195 72o
49 90 15 B E 56.2 Rackspace RAX.31.50 -1.51+237 6.1m 39
60 49 68 E B+ 25.9 ForestCity FCEA 22.91 -0.31 -22 1.0m 18
93 76 89 A A- 13.6 Radcom
RDCM 10.21 -0.26 -18 24 22
34 47 24 D B 20.3 Forestar
FOR 12.92 -0.15 +60 370 49o
36 7 50 C C- 61.3 Sina
SINA 40.95 +0.16 -57 1.0m 63
69 77 68 C A- 31.7 GenGrwth 2.5 GGP 27.44 +0.36 -2 3.7m 19o
85 93 28 A B+ 53.4 Solarwinds r SWI.40.51 -0.71 -24 856 20o 81 64 81 A B 45.6 GrupoAeroCtOMAB 42.42 -0.27+151 137 28
49 77 11 B D- 56.0 Twitter
TWTR.27.54 -0.94 +20 27m 99o
91 74 82 A B 157 GrupoAer 2.1 ASR 153.7 -1.82 -35 41 26o
93 73 93 A B+ 25.9 Web.com r WWWW 24.38 -0.20 +43 737 10o 88 72 92 A B 21.5 HannonA 5.4 HASI 19.38 -0.35 -7 172 19
79 71 57 A B- 50.5 WebMD
WBMD 43.22 -0.56 -7 256 37o 39 43 35 B C- 49.6 HCP
6.0 HCP 37.95 -0.63 -1 3.0m 46x
46 46 27 D B- 26.1 WeiboA
WB 14.13 +0.26 -76 240 99 65 89 45 C C- 84.9 HealthC 4.8 HCN 68.49 -0.06 +31 2.9m 45o
64 98 53 D E 18.6 XOGrp
XOXO 14.80 -0.48 0 164 43 30 33 30 C C 24.5 HostHtls 4.2 r HST 18.95 +0.12 +8 8.1m 20o
38 36 26 C D- 52.6 Yahoo
r YHOO 36.46 -0.79 +4 12m 32o
50 39 33 B D+ 160 HowardHghs HHC 132.1 -1.10 -14 113 49
23 42 9 B E 32.1 Yandex
YNDX 13.31 -0.44 +31 3.3m 17o
35 10 64 E B- 21.5 IRSAInv
.2 IRS 16.80 ... -4 66 ..k
27 39 4 B E 86.9 Yelp
YELP 25.38 -0.75 -43 2.4m 72o
93 97 88 A B 179 JonesLa
.3 JLL 176.7 -2.30 -29 231 18o
53 9 69 D B 31.5 YoukuA
r YOKU 20.49 +0.67 -51 1.6m ..
83 89 63 B B+ 28.5 KimcoRl 3.9 KIM 24.82 +0.17 +35 4.0m 18o
78 97 25 A C 96.4 YYInc
YY 61.24 +1.31 -47 774 18
81 89 47 A C 28.3 KenndyW 1.9 KW 24.96 -1.11 +36 630 11o
86 84 55 A C- 18.7 ZhaopinA
ZPIN 14.49 -0.05 -75 55 19
51 91 14 C E 148 Zillow
Z 76.00 +3.58 +21 2.2m 99o 77 77 71 B B- 95.9 Macerich 3.2 MAC 80.07 +0.26 -27 981 7o
55 21 67 B D+ 87.9 Macquar 5.7 MIC 78.56 -2.14 +80 1.6m 6o
36 9 70 B D- 17.9 NewResi 12 NRZ 14.61 -0.61+144 6.6m 6
Daily
Jan. 1 29 26 26 D D- 19.7 NorthStar 10 NRF 15.85 -0.15 +25 8.4m ..
18. ALCOHL/TOB
-0.1% Change
+3.78%Since
78 75 68 A B 17.0 OwensRe 1.9 ORM 14.53 -0.47 -79 12 18k
93 80 83 A B 56.7 AltriaG 3.7 r MO 55.57 +0.10 -14 5.9m 20o
45 44 49 B C+ 45.3 PlumCre 4.3 PCL 41.28 -0.28 -13 819 38o
68 71 73 B C 129 ABuschI 2.3 BUD 121.9 +0.13 -46 795 22o
66 77 53 B B- 47.6 Prologis 3.9 PLD 40.69 +0.21 +11 3.2m 20o
63 94 33 A D 325 BostonBeer r SAM 232.9 -0.37 +1 171 31o
88 93 79 A B NH PublicS
3.3 PSA 207.5 +1.86 -18 526 36o
64 55 72 .. B NH BritAme
3.9 BTI 118.6 -0.74 -14 243 17
50 44 61 D D 49.8 RealogyHdgs RLGY 44.13 -0.22 +59 1.5m 35o
89 69 89 A A NH BrownFo 1.1 r BFB 110.8 +0.12 -11 474 34k
62 66 60 B C+ 55.5 RealtyIn 4.8
O 47.53 +0.15 +1 1.8m 43o
48 24 77 E B+ 23.9 CompCer 1.4 CCU 22.84 +0.91 +7 140 30k
90 97 74 B B 28.8 Reis
2.3 REIS 24.58 -0.26 +2 33 42
94 92 89 A A- NH Constela 1.0 STZ 124.2 +0.83 +28 1.3m 26o
79 66 91 B C- 40.0 RmaxHl 1.3 RMAX 38.61 -0.48 +12 76 29
73 90 60 B C+ 124 Diageo
3.0 DEO 113.8 -0.11 -39 569 17o
31 14 46 C C 135 SLGreen 2.1 SLG 113.8 -0.04 -30 472 99o
42 40 52 C C 79.2 MolsCoo 2.2 TAP 73.76 +3.35+152 3.8m 19o
80 81 71 A B 206 SimonPr 3.0 r SPG 189.9 +1.20 +7 1.4m 39o
63 60 64 .. B+ 90.3 PhillipM 4.7 PM 85.76 -0.13 -44 2.2m 16o
48 61 36 A C- 24.8 Starwd 8.8 r STWD 21.80 -0.20 +2 2.8m 10o
96 83 93 A A- 88.3 Reynolds 3.3 RAI 87.07 -0.89 -31 2.4m 23o
43 38 42 A D- 11.0 TwoHarb 10 TWO 9.81 -0.03 +16 2.9m 10o
80 79 85 .. A- 25.9 VectorG 6.3 VGR 25.36 -0.35 -6 643 37o
69 73 59 A C+ 20.0 UnitdDv 9 r UDF 17.78 +0.03 -77 50 9
46 48 46 B B- 81.9 Ventas
4.7 VTR 66.99 +0.56 +34 3.3m 44o
Daily
Since
19. CHIPS
-1.4% Change +4.28%Jan. 1 44 71 39 C D- 115 Vornado 2.6 VNO 95.17 -0.47 +8 861 45o
36 32 65 B E 15.3 WstrnAs 20 WMC 13.38 +0.24 +35 891 5o
7IPO within last 15 years and EPS & RS 80 or higher
40 49 37 C B 37.0 Weyerha 3.8 r WY 30.66 -0.13 -19 2.8m 29o
99 99 99 A A- 129 7AmbarellaAMBA.113.3 -1.77 -62 1.7m 46
Daily
Since
98 98 93 A E 150 7AvgoTc 1.3 AVGO 123.3 -1.48 +8 4.6m 16
1
21. AEROSPACE
+0.4% Change
+1.04%Jan.
96 85 87 A B- 77.47Cavium
CAVM 67.12 -0.41 -17 661 41o
94 82 91 A C+ 27.17Inphi
IPHI 21.88 -0.30 -37 278 24o 7IPO within last 15 years and EPS & RS 80 or higher
88 92 90 A B 42.87MACOM MTSI.33.31 -0.58 -26 403 21o 89 89 91 B B+ 58.07SpiritAero SPR 56.17 -0.99 -23 867 14o
96 96 89 A C 114 7NXPSemi NXPI 95.73 -1.29 +1 3.5m 17o 88 86 88 A C+ NH 7TransDigm TDG 238.2 -0.46 +47 547 28o

35 46 43 C C 114
72 87 90 C D+ 29.5
65 18 94 B B- 51.9
75 78 74 A C+ 69.0
25 54 19 A E 25.7
78 94 37 A D 54.8
79 84 86 B E 57.7
40 45 46 B B- 53.4
75 94 67 B B+ 16.4
56 36 84 D A- 13.5
61 44 71 B E 23.5
38 95 11 B E 25.3
94 97 80 A D 38.2
40 68 22 B B- 13.8
9 18 14 C E 50.6
59 73 70 C D+ 19.6
39 22 41 A D- 16.3
24 52 21 C D- 30.7
27 34 19 D E 12.2
76 76 82 A C+ 15.2
44 77 11 B E 11.1
15 32 30 D E 20.8
64 73 96 .. B- 45.7
66 28 94 C B- 23.6
29 51 30 A E 37.9
92 85 77 A C 24.5
60 98 11 A D- 26.2
38 54 41 C B- 16.8
25 47 26 B D 73.1
13 24 15 B D- 16.5
58 63 45 A D- 85.7
36 39 37 A D 49.6
66 67 64 B B- 39.7
31 18 30 C C+ 16.8
56 46 74 B B 36.4
75 85 44 B D- 52.8
46 57 37 A C- 52.4
10 16 8 B E 36.6
80 89 83 A C 37.4
93 72 76 A B 56.2
46 22 79 C C+ 13.3
73 85 53 A D 23.6
28 27 39 D E 29.0
53 50 67 A E 13.5
57 80 53 D E 16.8
15 32 15 B E 64.5
47 93 26 A E 88.4
45 59 33 B E 78.5
62 19 77 B B- 15.5
73 73 86 C D 13.8
14 19 16 B D 106
26 51 12 B E 30.0
47 59 35 B E 58.5
68 94 32 A E 37.6
81 98 87 A E 112
4 26 10 E E 27.9
65 93 39 A C- 25.8
45 55 49 B C 21.3
Daily
82 51 74 A C+ 43.7
Jan. 1
17. INTERNET
-0.7% Change
+5.46%Since
53 63 45 A C 60.0
7IPO within last 15 years and EPS & RS 80 or higher 62 48 82 A B- 18.3

16. TELECOM

Dividend Stock Close

6 6 6 6 6 High Stock % Yield Symbol Price


98 94 92 A B 99 7Facebook
FB.95.12
92 92 95 C C+ 34.87Gigamon GIMO 25.27
97 84 90 A B 713 7GoogleA GOOGL 670.2
95 85 93 B C 28.07Infoblox BLOX 22.90
98 84 95 A A- 75.47LogMeIn LOGM 71.30

IBD Composite Rating


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

-1.32
-1.35
-3.14
-0.41
-1.64

ASML
.7 ASML 96.36 -2.27 +30 1.4m 22o
AdvEngy
AEIS 26.99 -0.58 +11 295 14o
Altera 1.5 ALTR 49.64 -0.58 -67 2.2m 38x
AnalogD 2.7 ADI.58.87 -1.83 +31 2.9m 21
ApMat 2.4 r AMAT 16.85 -0.18 -18 13m 15
ArmHld .7 ARMH 44.28 -0.17 +47 2.6m 34o
Broadco 1.1 BRCM 49.71 -0.76 +11 12m 16o
CabotMicro CCMP 44.83 +0.20 -7 130 18o
Cascade
CSCD 13.46 -0.21 -34 48 17
Celestica
CLS 13.19 -0.06 -19 406 14o
CEVA
CEVA 17.99 +0.12 +48 199 52o
Chipmos .9 r IMOS 15.69 -0.38 +14 203 8
Cirrus
CRUS 29.53 -0.45 +50 2.2m 10o
Cohu
2.5 COHU 9.59 -0.01 -18 163 8o
Cree
r CREE 25.30 +0.39 -16 1.6m 20
CTS
.8 CTS 18.85 ... -25 67 18
Cypress 4.0 CY 11.11 -0.09 -26 5.8m ..o
Diodes
DIOD 21.77 -0.24 -27 134 15
DSPGroup DSPG 8.43 +0.15 -35 56 24
Entegris
ENTG 14.72 +0.05 +8 879 18o
Exar
EXAR 6.56 -0.41+153 558 17o
Fairchild
r FCS 14.89 -0.18 -37 869 24o
Freescale
FSL 39.24 -0.47 +24 2.2m 20o
IntegSi
1.1 ISSI 21.77 -0.03 -64 216 26
Intel
3.3 INTC 29.01 -0.11 -19 28m 12o
IntegDev
IDTI.19.78 -0.33 -13 3.0m 18o
Invensense INVN 11.25 -0.45+117 4.5m 21o
IXYS
1.3 IXYS 10.99 -0.21 -20 251 11o
KLATenc 3.8 r KLAC 51.95 -0.69 -10 1.3m 17o
KulickeSof r KLIC 10.35 +0.11 -14 461 11o
LamRsr 1.7 LRCX 72.52 -1.53 -1 1.9m 14o
LinearT 2.9 LLTC 41.68 +0.16 +41 3.5m 19o
MKSInstr 1.9 MKSI 35.48 -0.04 +29 332 15o
Marvell 1.9 r MRVL 12.44 -0.42 -3 6.8m 12
MaximI 3.5 MXIM 33.87 -0.43 -30 2.1m 21o
Mellanox MLNX.42.84 -0.64 -51 362 19o
Microch 3.3 MCHP 43.23 -0.60 +10 2.6m 16o
MicronTech r MU 18.72 -0.19 -13 30m 5o
Microsemi r MSCC 32.80 -0.52 -46 330 12o
Monolit 1.6 MPWR 50.91 -0.35 -14 243 29o
NovaMeas NVMI 11.83 -0.27 -30 41 20o
Nvidia 1.9 NVDA 20.45 -0.13+113 16m 14
Omnivision OVTI 24.37 +0.07 -37 381 11
OnSemi
r ON 10.16 -0.15 -30 4.9m 12o
Pericom 1.0 PSEM 11.63 -0.24 -22 80 17
PowrInt 1.2 POWI 38.81 +0.22 -30 203 18o
Qorvo
r QRVO.51.83 -3.00 -7 3.2m 10o
Qualco 3.1 r QCOM 62.84 -1.04 -3 12m 12o
Rambus r RMBS 13.34 -0.19 -39 461 24o
RudolphTech RTEC 12.77 +0.12 +15 232 20o
SanDisk 2.0 r SNDK 58.93 -0.81 -33 2.8m 14o
Semtech
SMTC 17.02 -0.21 -59 400 11
SiliconLab SLAB 43.56 +0.02 -7 320 19o
Silicon 2.4 SIMO 24.27 -1.01 -23 496 11o
Skyks 1.2 r SWKS.85.98 -2.98 +67 6.8m 17o
SunedisnSmi SEMI 12.84 -0.13+153 1.4m ..
TaiwSem 2.7 TSM 21.28 -0.33 +3 13m 10o
Teradyne 1.3 TER 18.90 -0.05 +5 2.4m 14o
Tessera 2.2 TSRA 36.60 -0.05 -9 399 13o
TexsInst 2.7 TXN 50.25 -0.61 -19 5.7m 18o
TowerSemi TSEM 14.21 +0.28 +16 836 5o

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

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

IBD Composite Rating

46 15 89 .. B- 25.0
34 54 35 B E 77.4
56 81 27 A C 64.6
81 94 74 B D 158
49 67 33 B D+ 13.5
32 24 45 D B- 55.7
56 66 49 C B- 77.6
26 33 19 D C 35.9
21 16 37 D C+ 33.5
24 32 22 D C+ 40.5
21 36 18 C D- 120
53 70 43 B D- 34.5
83 83 81 B B 153
66 90 49 B D 63.7
65 92 53 B E 54.4
89 91 87 B A- 52.9
74 83 78 C B- 144
25 17 42 C D- 46.2
37 35 57 D C- 132
72 67 83 B C 210
41 61 41 D C 79.2
79 78 88 C B 176
86 77 91 B B- 81.0
40 58 33 B E 249
69 59 74 C A- 113
62 79 53 A D- 99
56 61 69 C D- 111
66 82 63 B C 46.9
41 81 30 B E 70.9

Aerojet
AJRD 22.83 -0.02 +48 444 ..o
AstronicsA ATRO 52.97 +0.40+279 599 18
BEAeros 1.5 BEAV 50.48 +0.07 -42 816 18o
Boeing 2.5 r BA 143.8 -1.13 -24 2.4m 18o
CAE
1.9 CAE 11.44 -0.04 -39 23 14k
Cubic
.6 CUB 46.25 +0.33 +95 238 31
CurtsWr .8 r CW 67.25 -0.23 -26 170 18o
DigitlGlobe r DGI 23.50 +0.57 +21 674 99o
Ducmmun
DCO 26.12 +1.52 +75 124 34o
Embraer
.2 ERJ 28.16 -0.03 -45 450 17o
Esterline
r ESL 87.81 +0.07 -67 114 16
FLIRSys 1.4 FLIR 30.75 ... +34 813 19o
GenDyna 1.8 r GD 149.5 -0.36 -45 814 17o
Heico
.3 HEI 54.22 +0.30 -55 116 30
HeicoA
.3 HEIA 44.67 +0.50 -70 44 24k
Hexcel
.8 HXL 51.91 +0.25 +44 810 22o
HuntgtnI 1.3 r HII 122.3 +5.14 +97 591 16o
KLX
KLXI 39.17 -0.16 -32 369 45
L3Comm 2.2 r LLL 115.7 +0.16 +13 703 16o
Lockheed 2.9 r LMT 209.3 -0.17 -8 1.1m 18o
MoogA
MOGA 65.41 -0.46 -3 154 17
Northrp 1.9 r NOC 172.9 -0.81 -24 875 17o
Orbital 1.4 r OA 76.82 +4.97+189 1.2m 9o
Precisi
.1 r PCP 193.8 +1.62 -56 566 15o
Raytheon 2.4 RTN 109.4 -0.62 -25 1.5m 16o
Rockwell 1.6 r COL 85.15 +0.24 +5 946 16o
Teledyne
TDY 103.4 -0.31 -42 116 19o
Textron
.2 TXT 42.91 -0.35 +35 2.2m 17o
Triumph
.3 TGI 53.08 -1.28 -16 477 9o

22. TRANSPRT

Daily

Since

-1.4% Change -6.46%Jan. 1

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

99 98 97 A A- NH 7Allegia .4 ALGT.224.0 -4.84 +11 211 23o


95 98 96 C C 24.27Jetblue
JBLU 23.27 -0.41 -15 7.5m 17o
45 85 44 E C- 15.7
98 98 95 B A- NH
53 71 39 .. C+ 56.2
49 65 33 C A- 47.5
75 81 66 B A- 77.5
65 89 39 A A- 75.9
46 94 21 A D- 220
57 78 39 B C- 29.2
87 82 98 C C+ 50.7
77 56 99 D C+ 64.7
37 80 27 D D+ 53.5
34 52 12 B E 152
67 99 85 C E 36.8
41 72 30 B C 38.0
93 94 75 B B- 51.1
72 82 54 C B+ 34.4
89 86 74 B A 49.5
66 86 63 B C 185
61 69 56 A D- 57.7
30 66 19 C E 37.5
40 73 19 B D 105
50 99 13 A D+ 78.3
87 93 91 C E 27.7
52 67 41 A B- 28.0
62 90 56 B D 93.5

AegeaM .7 r ANW 11.24 -0.06 -6 177 13


AlaskaA 1.0 ALK 77.75 -1.28 -28 1.1m 14o
American .9 AAL 42.18 -0.78 -41 7.4m 5x
Arcbest .7 ARCB 33.82 -0.03 +8 357 16o
CHRbin 2.2 CHRW 69.67 -0.64 -19 1.3m 21o
Canadian 1.5 r CNI 62.49 -0.37 -30 1.1m 15o
CandPac .7 r CP 156.9 -1.52 -7 1.1m 16o
Celadon
.4 CGI 21.66 -0.09 -40 196 14o
ChinaEAir
CEA 41.77 -0.15 -19 47 12
ChinaSt
.5 ZNH 51.95 +0.47 -60 38 36
ConWay 1.6 CNW 38.18 -0.33 -45 617 16o
CopaHld 4.4 CPA 75.84 -0.02 -32 304 7
CovenantTr CVTI 24.82 +0.80 -9 255 10
CSX
2.4 r CSX 30.43 -0.33 -9 7.1m 15o
DeltaAir 1.2 r DAL 46.04 -0.26 -42 6.5m 12o
EchoGlbLog ECHO 26.38 -6.46+732 2.7m 29o
Expedit 1.5 EXPD 47.95 -0.59 +13 1.6m 21o
Fedex
.6 FDX 169.6 -1.69 -36 1.0m 19o
FrwdAr 1.0 r FWRD 49.05 -0.72 -14 195 24o
Freight
1.7 RAIL 20.98 +2.83+302 577 16o
GeneseWym GWR 73.07 -0.02 +12 610 17o
Greenbri 1.4 r GBX 43.80 +0.07 -39 413 8o
HawHldgs r HA 23.86 +0.49 +11 1.6m 13o
Heartln .4 HTLD 21.52 -0.11 -38 381 21o
JBHunt 1.0 JBHT 82.15 -2.09 -29 935 23o

5 5 5 5 5 52-wk

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

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

IBD Composite Rating

THE INCOME INVESTOR

INVESTOR'S BUSINESS DAILY

CISCO SYSTEMS INC (CSCO)


5035M Shares

78 Comp. Rating

YTD +1%
72 EPS

o$28.21 SOUTHERN CO (SO)

70 RS

19% ROE 890.1M Shares

YTD -8%

44 Comp. Rating

o$45.06 BIOMED REALTY TRUST INC (BMR)

51 EPS

52 RS

13% ROE 199.5M Shares

54 Comp. Rating

FRIDAY, AUGUST 7, 2015

YTD -3%
68 EPS

o$20.80

47 RS

7% ROE

MANUFACTURES SWITCHES, ROUTERS AND OTHER NETWORKING AND COMMUNI- HOLDING CO ENGAGED IN GENERATION, TRANSMISSION AND DISTRIBUTION OF REIT THAT ACQUIRES, OWNS, LEASES AND MANAGES OFFICE AND LABORATORY
CATIONS HARDWARE FOR BUSINESS AND HOME APPLICATIONS.
ELECTRICITY IN AL, GA, FL, MS, NC, SC, TX AND NM.
SPACE FOR LEASE TO LIFE SCIENCE TENANTS.

Ann. EPS Growth +6% PE 13 Avg. Daily Vol 22,999,400 Debt 36%
Last Qtr Eps +6%aNext Qtr Eps Est +2% Last Qtr Sales +5%
3 Q's Avg Eps +7%
Eps Due 8/12
Yield 2.98%

Ann. EPS Growth +4% PE 16 Avg. Daily Vol 4,945,100 Debt 100%
Last Qtr Eps +4%`Next Qtr Eps Est +6% Last Qtr Sales -3%
3 Q's Avg Eps -11%
Eps Due 10/27
Yield 4.82%

Ann. EPS Growth +238% PE 21 Avg. Daily Vol 1,512,300 Debt 71%
Last Qtr Eps +10%`Next Qtr Eps Est +350% Last Qtr Sales -8%
3 Q's Avg Eps +430% PreTax Mgn 30%
Yield 5%

Acc/Dis C+

COCA COLA CO (KO)


4263M Shares

YTD -1%

80 Comp. Rating

61 EPS

Acc/Dis B-

Unable so far to form right side of deep base.

o$41.92 TECO ENERGY INC (TE)


66 RS

29% ROE 230.4M Shares

Resistance at 40-week line as it works on pattern.

YTD +7%

74 Comp. Rating

54 EPS

o$21.93 SABRA HEALTHCARE REIT (SBRA)


84 RS

9% ROE 63.2M Shares

43 Comp. Rating

YTD -14%
39 EPS

o$26.04

34 RS

7% ROE

MANUFACTURES NON-ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGE CONCENTRATES AND SYRUPS SOLD PROVIDES ELECTRIC SERVICES TO 706,200 CUSTOMERS IN FLORIDA AND GAS REIT THAT OWNS 160 HEALTHCARE RELATED PROPERTIES IN 34 STATES.
TO BOTTLERS AND FOUNTAIN WHOLESALERS
SERVICES TO 867,000 CUSTOMERS IN FLORIDA, NEW MEXICO.

Ann. EPS Growth +2% PE 20 Avg. Daily Vol 12,917,800 Debt 63% Ann. EPS Growth -4% PE 21 Avg. Daily Vol 2,394,800 Debt 130%
Last Qtr Eps -2%aNext Qtr Eps Est -4% Last Qtr Sales -3% Last Qtr Eps
-7%aNext Qtr Eps Est
+3% Last Qtr Sales%
3 Q's Avg Eps +9%
Yield 3.15%
Eps Due 10/29
Yield 4.1%

Ann. EPS Growth +20% PE 22 Avg. Daily Vol 527,100 Debt 103%
Last Qtr Eps -14%aNext Qtr Eps Est +84% Last Qtr Sales +32%
3 Q's Avg Eps +76%
Eps Due 11/3e
Yield 6.3%

Acc/Dis AAcc/Dis B+

Acc/Dis B

Working on new base with potential 43.93 buy point.

Near 22.12 cup-base buy point; jumps on possible sale.

Remains deep in a correction, near year's lows.

Dividend Leaders

Utility Leaders

REIT Leaders

Closing
Price

Name

Ticker

A T & T Inc
Philip Morris Intl Inc
Altria Group Inc
Maxim Integrated Prods
General Electric Co
Paychex Inc
Mcdonalds Corp
Pfizer Inc
Coca Cola Co
Merck & Co
Western Union Co
Johnson & Johnson
Waste Management Inc
Kimberly-Clark Corp
Cisco Systems Inc
General Mills Inc

T
34.24
PM
85.76
MO
55.57
MXIM 33.87
GE
26.03
PAYX 47.56
MCD 99.35
PFE
35.17
KO
41.92
MRK 58.43
WU
20.37
JNJ
99.07
WM
50.98
KMB 116.66
CSCO 28.21
GIS
59.55

Yield Dividnd
% Grwth % Name

5.5
4.7
3.7
3.5
3.5
3.5
3.4
3.2
3.1
3.1
3.0
3.0
3.0
3.0
3.0
3.0

2
12
8
7
17
6
9
10
9
4
20
7
4
6
35
11

IBD Composite Rating


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

6 6 6 6 6 High
42 63 30 B B 126
28 57 19 B D+ 124
65 92 43 A C- 34.7
76 81 72 B B+ 81.8
43 82 33 D B- 24.9
83 88 91 B B+ 43.8
18 40 18 B D- 117
86 95 68 A A- 81.5
70 99 72 C C- 67.6
23 68 2 C E 15.4
81 92 67 B B+ 28.5
94 86 90 C A- NH
70 97 50 C A- 57.6
89 77 95 E B- NH
89 98 56 B B 47.2
76 96 25 A D+ 85.4
64 92 49 B B 29.4
59 99 24 A B- 50.8
28 65 27 D D 32.1
40 78 25 A D- 124
86 96 63 C B- 74.5
73 78 64 B A- 114
95 77 95 C A- 14.5
79 97 68 B B+ 15.2
87 92 77 A B 105
61 85 70 C C- 33.4
36 50 38 B E 19.1
62 43 71 C B+ 51.0

Dividend Stock Close


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

Southern Co
Teco Energy Inc
Consolidated Edison Inc
Scana Corp
Ameren Corporation
Pinnacle West Capital
Westar Energy Inc
Great Plains Energy Inc
American Electric Power
Public Svc Enterprise Gp
Nisource Inc
Xcel Energy Inc

52-wk

LQ 210%, Next Yr EPS 51%, Pretax 15%, ROE 20%, EPS due 08/05

75 96 63 A E 134
60 84 35 B D- 13.0
26 22 49 D C- 38.0
78 72 70 A C 30.3
51 46 66 C C 39.0
77 81 76 B C 48.4
55 55 56 A B+ 30.9
25 43 27 C D- 41.1
84 74 85 C B- 29.1
80 77 66 A C+ 17.5
16 37 16 C E 51.8
22 21 50 E D 16.4
77 76 79 D B- 17.6
41 55 43 B D- 36.5
41 41 41 B C 33.6
24 48 20 B C- 43.8
41 26 61 D D+ 36.7
91 89 94 A A 68.4
32 58 21 C E 14.2
30 43 15 A D- 15.9
73 90 50 A C 24.9
74 59 75 B B- 15.2
25 42 30 B C- 69.4
45 77 16 C E 49.1
34 61 17 B E 48.4
58 89 31 B D+ 42.0
63 88 47 A E 102
13 32 14 B D- 47.0
50 92 33 .. C 36.0
28 48 26 C B- 114
22 32 30 D C- 14.4
54 29 75 E C 32.2

24. MISC

XXIA 15.59 -0.06+113 743 26o

Apple 1.8 r AAPL.115.1 -0.27 +11 53m 13x


Brocade 1.8 BRCD 10.13 -0.07 -23 3.5m 10
Canon
3.6 CAJ 32.36 -0.23 -20 177 18o
Cisco
3.0 CSCO 28.21 -0.06 -13 20m 13
Diebold 3.3 DBD 35.09 +0.19 -28 537 20o
ElecImag
EFII 45.45 -0.18 -56 118 24o
EMC
1.7 EMC 27.21 +0.36+133 34m 14o
HewletP 2.3 HPQ 30.14 -0.16 -12 11m 8
Juniper 1.4 JNPR 28.01 -0.24 -30 4.2m 17o
KornitDigital KRNT 14.32 -0.12 -60 29 55
LexmarkA 4.4 LXK 33.05 -0.32 -29 638 8o
Logitech 1.2 LOGI 14.15 -0.01 -35 191 64o
Mercury
MRCY 15.12 -0.24 +13 115 25o
NCR
NCR 27.00 -0.11 -30 2.0m 10o
NatInstr 2.6 NATI 28.91 +0.21 +72 783 24x
Netapp 2.3 NTAP 30.69 -0.18 -27 2.8m 11
Netgear
NTGR 32.94 -0.56 -22 267 15o
NiceSyst .8 NICE 66.28 -0.56 +28 234 21o
Polycom
PLCM 10.91 -0.08 -46 1.2m 11o
Qlogic
r QLGC 9.31 +0.10 -11 1.2m 8o
Radware r RDWR.19.38 +0.01 -23 322 19o
RuckusWrls RKUS 11.99 -0.21 -25 988 29o
Seagate 4.2 r STX 51.32 -0.54 -16 3.9m 11o
SierraWr
SWIR 24.41 +0.08 -2 540 29
Silicom 3.7 SILC 26.81 -0.11 -63 11 12
SuperMicro SMCI 26.87 -1.04 +67 1.1m 12o
Synaptics SYNA.75.00 -1.52 -16 967 13o
Teradata
r TDC 30.43 -5.84+471 8.3m 12o
WestCo 3.4 WSTC 26.84 +0.40 +57 783 8o
Western 2.4 r WDC 84.19 -0.50 -21 2.0m 10o
Xerox
2.6 XRX 10.97 -0.02 -12 9.6m 10o
ZayoGroup ZAYO 27.37 -0.53 -59 503 ..
Daily
Jan. 1
+0.2% Change
-6.87%Since

40 64 43 B E 170 3M
2.7 MMM 149.3 -1.75 -24 1.8m 19o
29 62 30 D D+ 41.6 AlbnyInt 2.0 AIN 33.98 -1.02+190 250 22
67 77 76 C B- 69.3 Aptargr 1.6 r ATR 68.37 -0.44 -34 225 23o
44 45 63 C D+ 77.2 Ball
.8 BLL 69.32 +1.06 +40 1.4m 19o
58 74 68 C C 49.4 Bemis
2.5 BMS 44.66 -0.28 -24 462 18o
64 84 60 C B- 229374 BerkHthwyA BRKA 215650 + 449 0 0.1 20k

Yield Dividnd
% Grwth % Name

Ticker

Closing
Price

Yield Dividnd
% Grwth %

SO
TE
ED
SCG
AEE
PNW
WR
GXP
AEP
PEG
NI
XEL

45.06
21.93
63.72
55.29
41.69
61.51
37.22
25.89
56.26
41.60
16.85
34.83

4.8
4.1
4.1
3.9
3.9
3.9
3.9
3.8
3.8
3.8
3.7
3.7

HPT
MPW
WPC
SBRA
OHI
HCP
DFT
DLR
BMR
RPT
HCN
O

26.59
12.26
60.55
26.04
36.11
37.95
29.80
65.20
20.80
16.56
68.49
47.53

7.5
7.2
6.3
6.3
6.1
6.0
5.6
5.2
5.0
4.8
4.8
4.8

IBD Composite Rating


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

6 6 6 6 6 High
49 90 55 .. C- 37.1
61 84 60 C C- 152
77 84 80 B B- 104
86 84 95 B A- 152
30 56 24 B C- 71.4
52 60 66 B D 57.1
37 42 60 D B- 48.3
15 45 16 C E 80.7
33 80 27 C E 73.8
31 69 22 B D- 65.9
37 14 85 E B- 14.9
48 67 56 C C- 28.7
14 44 15 D D- 27.6
69 86 78 C C+ 16.1
66 67 92 D B- 17.9
74 84 75 B B 107
11 26 18 E D- 113
43 77 35 C C 57.9
31 61 33 C D- 49.4
33 55 18 B D+ 35.9
44 60 49 E B+ 32.1
23 37 45 D E 26.5
34 88 14 C C- 31.7
27 38 39 C D- 16.0
72 87 71 B B+ 63.9
61 91 57 B D- 76.7
48 82 43 C C 33.4
15 23 22 C D 31.9
64 73 57 A B- 84.9
Daily
Jan. 1
23. COMPUTER -1.1% Change
-4.95%Since
69 81 68 B C+ 178
33 58 32 C D+ 47.5
SECTOR LEADER | NYSE
98 99 89 A C+ 94.87AristNtk ANET.81.58 -3.01 +55 1.2m 45 85 84 94 C A 55.7
KEY DATA: EPS 3 Q Avg 93%, LQ 100%, Next Q 24%, Sales 3Q Avg 52%, 58 60 64 C B 59.3
LQ 53%, Next Yr EPS 28%, Pretax 24%, ROE 33%, EPS due 08/07 41 56 45 C D+ 47.9
8 44 6 C E 33.4
SECTOR LEADER | NSDAQ
49 61 37 C B+ 45.2
95 95 92 A B- 119 ZebraTech ZBRA.104.2 -1.70 +7 434 24 30 64 28 B E 124
KEY DATA: EPS 3 Q Avg 29%, LQ 45%, Next Q 40%, Sales 3Q Avg 134%, 30 35 61 .. C+ 18.9

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

Closing
Price

Hospitality Prop Trust


Medical Properties Trust
W P Carey Inc Reit
Sabra Healthcare Reit
Omega Healthcare Inv Inc
H C P Inc
Dupont Fabros Tech Inc
Digital Realty Trust Inc
Biomed Realty Trust Inc
Ramco-Gershenson Ppty Tr
Health Care Reit Inc
Realty Income Corp

1
1
16
6
11
4
37
12
16
4
4
6

The Dividend, Utility and REIT Leaders highlight companies with steady and growing
dividends as well as steady profit growth. Stocks must also meet price, volume and other
technical and fundamental requirements.

KCSouth 1.4 KSU 97.26 -0.19 -47 853 21o


Kirby
KEX 71.89 +0.25 -42 326 15o
KnightT
.9 KNX 27.20 -0.45 -32 813 18o
Landstar .4 r LSTR 71.40 -0.48 +3 453 21x
MartenT .5 MRTN 19.21 -0.48 -60 114 19o
Matson 1.7 MATX 42.70 -0.34 +34 272 18o
NorflkS 2.9 NSC 81.60 -0.98 +42 2.9m 13o
OldDominin r ODFL 73.37 -0.75 -35 487 21o
PAMTrans r PTSI 50.93 -1.94 -63 9 17
RepubAir
RJET 3.79 -0.71 +93 3.7m 3
Roadrunner RRTS 24.98 +0.12 +81 342 16o
Ryanair 2.8 RYAAY.75.65 +0.63 +92 743 18o
Saia
SAIA 43.30 -0.84 -16 180 18o
Skywst .9 r SKYW 17.20 -0.04 +14 659 10o
Southwe .8 r LUV 37.81 -0.08 -27 7.1m 13o
SpiritAir r SAVE 60.26 -0.82 -43 817 15o
SwiftTrnsp SWFT 23.65 -0.26 -36 1.5m 14o
Trinity
1.6 TRN 27.69 +0.02 -4 2.4m 7o
USA Truck USAK 19.36 -0.71 -6 64 18
UnionPa 2.3 UNP 93.80 -1.27 +3 5.7m 16o
UntdContntl UAL 57.51 -0.60 -35 3.7m 6o
UPS
2.9 UPS 102.4 -0.51 -29 2.0m 20o
VolarisAviaA VLRS 13.57 -0.77 +90 386 11o
Wabash
r WNC 13.69 -0.05 0 1.2m 13o
Wabtec .3 WAB 98.33 -1.49 -37 314 25o
WermerE .7 WERN 28.64 -0.25 +8 723 18o
WescoAir WAIR 14.29 -0.08 +14 316 12
XPOLogstc
XPO 42.32 -2.06+480 6.1m ..o

97 85 96 C A- 16.17IXIA

Ticker

4
2
2
3
1
3
3
3
4
2
1
5

Dividend Stock Close


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

BerryPlstcs BERY 29.23 -0.86 +16 1.9m 19o


BerkHthwyB BRKB 143.4 -0.15 -22 2.4m 20k
Carlisl
1.2 CSL 101.4 -1.58 -14 260 23o
Chemed .6 r CHE 151.2 -0.02 0 149 23o
Crane
2.5 CR 52.91 +0.03 -11 259 12o
CrownHldg
CCK 51.25 -0.16 -51 345 15o
Domtar 4.0 r UFS 40.04 -0.14 -22 328 10o
DuPont 2.8 DD 54.47 -0.10 -2 5.5m 14o
EatonC 3.7 ETN 59.98 +0.36 +3 2.5m 12o
Emerson 3.8 EMR 49.74 -0.17 +43 5.8m 11o
FibriaC
.4 FBR 14.08 +0.16 +56 2.0m ..
General 3.5 GE 26.03 -0.07 -42 17m 14o
Glatfel
2.6 GLT 18.78 -0.30+230 483 12
GraphPkg 1.4 r GPK 14.80 -0.18 -34 2.5m 20o
Griffon
.9 r GFF 17.62 +0.11 +13 215 27o
Honywell 2.0 HON 105.8 +0.06 -12 2.1m 18o
IcahnE
7.8 IEP 76.50 -1.45 +66 135 ..o
IntlPap
3.4 IP 47.27 -0.52 -33 2.1m 14o
ITTCorp
1.2 ITT 38.04 +0.26 -1 690 14o
KapStone 1.3 KS 22.90 -0.31 -18 630 13o
Koninkl 2.7 PHG 27.76 +0.10 +52 2.8m 52o
Leucadia 1.1 LUK 22.87 -0.17 +35 1.7m 18o
MDUResr 4.3 MDU 17.08 -0.47 +43 1.7m 4o
MercrInt
MERC 11.85 -0.21 +4 246 6o
NeenahP 2.0 NP 60.62 +0.54 +44 105 17o
OSISystem OSIS 68.39 -0.33 -51 52 19
OtterTa 4.4 OTTR 28.01 +0.21 -17 67 19o
OwensIllinois r OI 21.16 +0.03 -33 1.3m 11o
PackgCp 3.1 r PKG.70.61 -0.10 -36 753 15o
RoperTe .6 ROP 167.0 -0.44 -5 344 25o
SchtzM 4.0 SWM 37.81 -1.47 +65 231 11o
SealAir 1.0 r SEE 54.62 -0.78 +13 2.4m 24o
SilganH 1.2 SLGN 53.51 +0.11 -11 159 16
SonocoP 3.4 SON 41.32 -0.09 -27 368 16o
Trimas
TRS 17.04 +1.01+157 1.1m 11o
TycoIn 2.1 r TYC 38.33 +0.05 -21 2.2m 17o
UnitedT 2.6 UTX 98.98 +0.11 -14 4.2m 14o
XeriumTec XRM 15.90 -0.23 -6 27 10

25. ELECTRNCS

Daily
Jan. 1
-1.2% Change
-3.22%Since

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

94 95 89 A C+ 102 7IPGPhoton
61 57 53 B B+ 43.6
77 81 70 A B 60.5
28 36 22 C C+ 91.8
53 69 52 C B- 65.0
44 53 56 C C- 47.3
25 21 43 D B- 15.2
36 53 39 D B- 25.9
59 59 61 C B 23.1
69 92 27 A D 52.5
52 75 43 C D+ 68.5
35 60 25 B E 25.2
45 16 73 B C 38.2
82 71 82 B A- 92.9
23 34 24 A E 47.3
56 50 63 C B- 39.7
80 87 76 C B- 93.3
54 42 67 B B- 20.7
25 34 29 C D 65.6
40 58 46 C C 12.9
80 85 69 B B 15.8
73 70 85 C B+ 19.6
48 34 66 B D 60.7
42 76 35 D E 25.0
47 61 37 B C+ 39.0
59 82 87 C E 17.0
61 77 74 D C- 59.7
46 77 11 C D+ 18.4
55 61 46 B B 103
37 66 35 C E 77.4
32 74 10 B D 49.0
74 83 80 B E 350
66 77 92 D D 26.1
26 45 22 B E 20.9
81 79 80 A D- 22.3
46 62 39 B B- 46.4
74 87 65 A E 80.6
72 78 71 B C+ 17.3
52 80 43 D B- 30.4
46 66 41 C C+ 26.1

IPGP 94.95 +1.27 +44 699 21o

Agilent 1.0 r A 40.12 -0.60 -25 1.9m 16


Ampheno 1.0 r APH 55.74 -0.35 -57 498 23o
Anixter
AXE 63.64 +0.04 -23 186 12o
ArrowElec r ARW 58.29 -0.83 +14 749 9o
Avnet 1.5 r AVT 43.38 -0.47 +76 1.6m 9o
AVX
3.2 AVX 13.13 -0.02 -45 173 14
BenchmrkEl r BHE 21.97 +0.04 -21 254 13o
Bruker
BRKR 20.02 -1.23+107 1.3m 26o
Cognex .8 r CGNX 37.20 -0.31 +50 1.4m 21o
Coherent
COHR 58.48 -0.31 +5 132 16o
Corning 2.6 r GLW 18.26 -0.11 -19 8.6m 11o
DTS
DTSI 29.45 -0.20 -35 81 20
Danaher .6 DHR 91.57 -0.69 -59 1.7m 23o
DolbyLab 1.2 r DLB 34.30 -0.12 -22 286 14o
ESCOTech .9 ESE 37.12 -0.29 -23 57 21
FEI
1.4 r FEIC 85.48 -0.35 -17 228 26o
Fabrinet
FN 18.43 +0.04 -7 126 12o
FaroTech
FARO 41.34 -0.31 -36 117 31o
Flextronics r FLEX 11.00 -0.23 -38 2.4m 10o
GSI
GSIG 13.94 -0.07 +6 83 16
IIVI
IIVI 18.13 -0.56 +1 252 19o
InterDi 1.5 r IDCC 51.83 -0.04 -17 307 20o
JabilCir 1.6 r JBL 19.89 -0.34 -7 1.9m 12o
KeysightTech KEYS 29.72 -0.63 -7 750 11
KimballElec
KE 12.00 -0.31 +14 99 12
Kyocera 1.2 KYO 51.49 +0.12 -22 7 17
LGDispl
1.5 LPL 10.23 +0.33 +25 958 5
Littelf
1.3 LFUS 91.81 +0.53 -2 139 19o
MTSSys 2.0 MTSC 61.02 -0.67 +52 91 19o
Methode 1.3 MEI 26.78 +0.35 -35 530 10
MettlerToldo MTD 327.1 -5.86 -10 158 26o
MultiFinelne MFLX 17.72 +0.01 +53 192 9o
Newport
NEWP 15.36 +0.05 +5 206 11o
Orbotech
ORBK 18.18 -0.43 -38 171 8o
Plexus
r PLXS 38.52 -0.01 -45 115 13o
ProtoLabs PRLB 70.13 +0.48 +31 334 38o
RPX
r RPXC 15.08 -0.42 -27 206 13o
RofinSinar RSTI 23.60 -1.64 +39 175 17o
Sanmina r SANM 21.09 -0.05 -17 569 9o

After Earnings,
REITs Slog Along
BY JUAN CARLOS ARANCIBIA
INVESTOR'S BUSINESS DAILY

Acc/Dis C

Forming flat base with 30.41 buy point, 30 alternative entry

B9

IBD Composite Rating


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

6 6 6 6 6 High
75 83 62 A D- 59.0
36 49 37 B E 30.3
37 66 40 B E 73.7
24 38 13 C C+ 34.4
67 47 93 B D+ 55.8
37 77 41 E E 17.7
85 79 82 A B+ 137
21 54 17 C E 86.9

Dividend Stock Close


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

Sensata
ST 51.10 -1.17 +13 1.5m 19o
Sparton
r SPA 23.94 +0.18 -17 30 20o
TeConnc 2.1 TEL 61.63 -0.96 -5 2.0m 17o
TrimbleNav r TRMB 19.52 +0.34+133 4.0m 16o
UnivDisply OLED 44.66 -1.42+169 1.4m 53
Vicor
VICR 10.95 +0.18 -3 75 99
Waters
WAT 131.5 -3.60 -34 309 22o
WescoIntl r WCC 58.20 -0.43 +6 630 12o

26. AUTO

Daily
Jan. 1
-0.3% Change
-3.37%Since

62 85 40 A E 34.6
63 76 41 B C+ 26.2
41 57 46 C D- 132
32 57 19 B E 64.0
59 74 72 C C+ 43.9
27 51 33 B E 151
23 40 24 C E 23.9
55 46 66 B C- 90.6
80 72 81 A B+ 53.7
65 32 79 B B 24.9
73 67 94 E C+ 17.1
52 54 43 C A- 17.9
46 77 39 C E 39.0
74 83 52 A D+ 19.1
82 86 77 A C 58.0
76 74 86 C B+ 32.7
50 29 75 D B- 36.4
56 84 40 C C- 54.5
67 69 63 C B- 118
75 79 68 B B 33.6
71 87 63 C C 59.4
91 72 90 B B 20.7
65 78 72 C C 25.5
96 72 96 A B+ 63.2
72 56 82 A B- 36.4
8 57 5 .. E 40.2
10 29 15 D E 55.7
72 96 52 B C- 71.2
42 51 43 C B- 43.7
66 95 30 B B+ 110
19 31 12 B E 51.8
39 71 25 C E 65.5
53 21 71 C B- 291
72 93 56 C B+ 35.4
64 83 60 C D 145
65 68 61 B D- 110
70 70 83 C C- 133

AllisnT 2.0 r ALSN 29.46 +0.10 -12 1.4m 14o


AmerAxle
AXL 20.55 -0.29 -34 1.1m 9o
Autoliv 2.2 ALV 104.2 -0.09 +13 673 17o
BorgWar 1.1 r BWA 47.68 -0.08 +69 3.3m 16o
CooperT 1.2 r CTB 35.60 +0.97+129 1.2m 12o
Cummins 3.1 CMI 127.2 -0.66 -26 1.1m 14o
DanaHlg 1.3 DAN 18.53 -0.12 +22 2.3m 8o
DelphiA 1.3 r DLPH 77.37 -0.12 -22 2.1m 15o
Dorman
DORM 51.63 -0.69 -41 178 20o
DouglD 3.9 PLOW 22.82 +0.14 +39 169 13o
FiatChrysler FCAU 16.23 +0.04 -55 2.6m 16o
Ford
4.0
F 14.83 +0.03 -3 27m 12o
GenMoto 4.5 r GM 31.86 +0.26 +19 20m 7o
Gentex 2.0 GNTX 16.26 -0.01 -20 1.2m 16o
Gentherm THRM 49.31 -0.47 -11 326 20o
Goodyear .8 GT 30.74 -0.27 +3 3.8m 10o
HMCMtr 1.8 HMC 35.57 +0.56+185 1.5m 13o
Johnson 2.2 JCI 46.26 -0.14 +1 4.4m 13o
LearCorp 1.0 r LEA 104.2 +0.56 -9 899 11o
Lydall
LDL 28.89 -0.03 -19 63 15o
Magna 1.6 MGA 54.44 -1.40 +37 2.4m 11
Metaldy 1.8 MPG 20.25 -0.18 +27 109 12
MillerI
3.0 MLR 21.09 +2.97+125 80 13
Mobileye MBLY.59.11 -0.34+151 9.6m 99o
Motorcar MPAA 29.63 +0.09 -9 144 15
Navistar
NAV 16.80 -0.23 -9 1.4m ..
Oshkosh 1.9 OSK 36.75 +0.66 +5 1.2m 11o
Paccar 1.5 PCAR 63.30 -0.30 -12 1.6m 14o
StdrdMt 1.7 r SMP 35.96 +0.09 -20 76 16o
Strattec .7 STRT 68.21 -0.59 +64 23 9
TataMot .5 TTM 29.69 +0.43 +14 2.5m 8
Tenneco
r TEN 49.48 -0.33 +38 848 10o
Tesla
TSLA 246.1 -24.00+336 15m ..o
Tower
TOWR 27.29 +0.21 -29 74 8
Toyota 2.2 TM 128.8 +0.50 +9 279 10o
Visteon
VC 101.1 +0.10 +25 969 32o
Wabco
r WBC 122.9 +0.23 -39 293 21o

27. AGRICULTRE
53 34 84 D B- 57.3
37 49 38 D C+ 11.4
44 71 49 D D+ 116
71 91 56 B B- 64.5
19 47 30 E E 93.2
69 78 84 B C- 70.3
15 16 37 E C 15.2
21 47 17 B C- 19.9
57 42 75 C B- 98.2
37 77 39 D E 47.3
50 86 27 A C- 126
51 73 49 B C- 53.8
18 29 19 B E 37.6
37 77 18 D D 16.6
65 56 70 B B- 69.3
13 37 6 C D 29.0
71 71 84 B B- 98.2
28 43 24 B D+ 158

Daily
Jan. 1
-0.6% Change
-2.39%Since

AGCO .9 r AGCO 56.24 +0.50 -7 1.0m 15o


Adecoagro AGRO 8.61 +0.01 -61 84 78k
Agrium 3.5 AGU 99.8 -2.28 +79 1.2m 16o
Alamo
.6 ALG 50.71 -1.77+292 174 12
Bunge 2.0 r BG 77.24 -1.43 +58 1.4m 16o
CFIndust 1.9 CF 63.00 +1.38+127 5.8m 14o
Cresud
CRESY 11.08 -0.01 -65 29 ..
DarligIngrds DAR 12.58 +0.03 -11 1.7m 14
Deere
2.5 DE 95.60 +0.08 -41 1.6m 13
LSBIndust
LXU 35.10 -0.20+140 274 52
Monsto 2.1 MON 102.2 -0.58 -52 1.5m 18o
Mosaic 2.5 r MOS 44.64 +0.06 -14 3.3m 13o
Potash
5.6 POT 27.01 -0.28 +20 5.3m 14o
Rentech 13 RNF 10.43 -0.66+267 304 86
Miracle 2.9 r SMG 65.53 +0.43 +27 341 19o
Sociedad 8.3 SQM 13.80 -0.03 -41 363 12
Syngenta 2.4 SYT 81.62 -1.49 -50 228 21
TerraNi 8.9 TNH 112.8 +8.73 +71 33 10

28. CHEMICAL

Daily
Jan. 1
-0.1% Change
-0.87%Since

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

79 80 97 E B+ 30.47Trinseo
85 90 90 B E 27.5
69 77 68 C B 158
50 62 46 B C- 119
47 51 28 B B 65.5
50 87 49 D E 132
9 31 14 E D+ 51.4
88 92 74 A A- 69.9

Aceto
AirProd
Airgas
Albemar
Ashland
Axiall
Balchem

TSE 29.84 +2.66 +49 370 15

1.0 ACET 24.00 +0.65 +10 180 22


2.2 APD 147.0 -0.43 +88 2.3m 22o
2.3 r ARG 103.7 +0.71 -35 482 21o
2.2 ALB 51.77 -1.49+296 3.9m 12o
1.4 ASH 114.4 -0.60 -22 514 16o
2.1 AXLL 30.24 +0.33+106 1.8m 25o
.5 BCPC 61.56 +0.07 +6 170 24o

Whether good or bad, earnings reports at several top real estate investment trusts have not
enriched shares much.
A couple of health care REITs fared poorly.
Medical Properties TrustMPW took a twin
hit. The stock plunged as much as 13% after reporting normalized funds from operations
Tuesday morning that missed expectations.
FFO of 30 cents a share were up 15% from a
year ago. Revenue rose 20% to $99.8 million.
On Thursday, the stock gapped down after
Medical Properties priced an offering of 25
million shares at $12.25 each.
Sabra Health Care REITSBRA missed views
with adjusted FFO of 52 cents a share, a 1-cent
drop from a year ago.
Sabra slid 4% Wednesday after the earnings
report and touched a 10-month low Thursday, even as Mizuho upgraded the stock to
buy from neutral.
BioMed Realty TrustBMR reported Q2 results that basically met views on July 28.
Shares surged in reaction but then retraced
the post-earnings bump.
The provider of buildings for life-science
companies earned adjusted funds from operations of 48 cents a share, up from 32 cents a
year ago. Revenue fell 8% to $158.0 million.
BioMed forecast full-year core FFO of $1.75
to $1.81, above views.
VentasVTR has erased part of a post-earnings
advance.
The health care-focused REIT beat expectations on July 24, when it posted normalized
funds from operations of $1.18, up 5%. Revenued climbed 19% to $891.3 million.
Digital Realty TrustDLR last week beat estimates after it announced FFO of $1.30 a
share, an increase of 7%. Revenue rose 5% to
$420 million.
The stock had a muted reaction to the results. Shares of the data-center REIT remain
around this years lows.
Digital Realty raised its 2015 core FFO forecast to $5.05-$5.15 a share from $5.03-$5.13.
IBD Composite Rating
Earnings Per Share Growth Rating
Relative Price Strength Rating
Sales+Profit Margins+ROE
Accumulation/Distribution (3 mos)
52-wk

6 6 6 6 6 High
13 30 15 D D 56.0
60 81 74 B E 74.2
51 61 70 E C+ 31.1
51 79 36 A D- 95.7
81 93 80 B C- 29.0
86 77 96 B B 74.7
40 78 37 C E 55.0
64 81 53 B D+ 88.9
51 51 70 C D+ 17.1
24 42 21 B E 66.9
35 35 39 C B- 48.0
68 62 70 B B 104
20 68 3 B E 71.9
24 66 15 C D- 29.3
34 29 42 C B- 63.3
77 79 66 A B 47.0
41 82 50 D E 31.9
29 72 18 D D- 16.1
52 95 40 C D- 115
22 41 21 C E 70.9
75 98 39 A C 78.0
36 62 35 B E 483
20 50 23 D E 34.3
56 64 79 .. C+ 21.1
73 93 36 A C 28.4
43 84 27 C E 41.2
62 45 87 C B 60.3
39 55 35 B D 134
71 65 84 C B 95.7
42 81 22 B E 84.9
33 56 33 C D 49.0
66 55 77 B C+ 140
39 49 80 E C- 67.8
90 72 99 A A 26.0
8 10 4 E E 31.1
22 55 7 B D- 73.4
83 75 85 B A- NH
60 83 36 A C 98.4

Dividend Stock Close


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

Cabot
2.5 r CBT 34.69 +0.26 -29 312 12o
Celanese 1.8 r CE 65.09 -0.67 -1 1.2m 10o
Chemtura CHMT 26.89 +0.04 -15 429 30o
Compass 3.3 CMP 80.54 +0.01 -32 198 14o
CoreMldng CMT 18.10 -0.72 -77 31 12
CytecInd .7 r CYT 73.94 -0.26 +43 1.3m 24x
DowChm 3.6 r DOW 46.60 -0.53 -23 6.6m 14o
Eastman 2.1 EMN 77.13 +0.03 -30 1.1m 10o
Ferro
FOE 13.77 +0.03 -23 617 18o
FMC
1.3 FMC 49.07 +0.57 +74 1.5m 14o
FullerHB 1.3 FUL 40.15 -0.01 +5 227 20o
GraceWR
GRA 101.1 +0.41 +17 487 22o
Hi-CrshP 11 HCLP 17.23 +1.91 +40 530 6o
Huntsman 2.8 HUN 18.00 -0.22 +23 3.4m 9o
Innophos 3.7 r IPHS 52.23 +0.35 -38 93 18o
Innospec 1.4 IOSP 44.19 +0.35 -2 121 11o
KMGChem .6 KMG 21.08 +0.62 +1 80 18
KronosW 6.0 KRO 9.97 +0.32 +30 334 11
Lyndelb 3.5 r LYB 90.18 -1.46 -2 3.4m 8o
Mthnx 2.4 r MEOH 46.35 +1.21+115 1.7m 19o
MinrlsT
.3 MTX 63.32 -0.76 -54 96 14
Newmkt 1.4 NEU 393.4 +0.47 +16 54 21o
Olin
3.6 OLN 22.53 +0.03 -13 983 18x
OrionEngn 4.1 OEC 18.62 -0.36 -48 60 ..k
PlatformSpec PAH 23.27 -0.19 -16 1.4m 32
Polyone 1.2 POL 34.11 -0.15 -37 398 18o
Polypore
PPO 60.08 +0.02 -10 310 43
Praxair 2.5 r PX 113.3 -0.05 -28 982 18o
QuakerC 1.4 r KWR 93.16 +0.69 -11 63 21o
Rogers
ROG 57.02 +0.10 +2 172 15o
SchlmA 2.3 SHLM 36.23 -0.28 -25 136 15o
SigmaAl .7 SIAL 139.6 -0.09 -41 690 32o
Sinopec 2.9 SHI 39.80 -0.23 -64 18 ..k
Tantech
TANH 24.76 +1.33 +19 127 38k
Tronox
9 TROX 10.83 -0.17+168 1.9m ..o
USSilica 2.2 r SLCA 22.83 +1.48 -4 2.0m 11o
WD40
1.7 WDFC 91.07 +0.24 +1 72 30o
Westlak 1.0 r WLK 65.46 -0.75 +27 755 11o

29. UTILITY
54 78 37 B B 15.2
33 53 37 D B- 57.8
58 59 52 B B 59.7
49 63 52 C B 70.8
49 70 60 C D- 65.4
40 37 60 C C+ 48.1
60 84 72 B D- 41.7
58 80 54 B B- 57.5
67 80 49 A B 28.2
60 75 66 D C- 59.4
39 83 22 C D 57.2
23 41 15 B B- 19.8
31 60 28 C C- 26.4
24 55 24 C D- 25.6
50 76 60 C D- 56.2
42 57 60 B E 58.2
35 44 68 .. C- 38.7
47 55 66 C C 72.3
56 80 71 D C- 13.8
56 80 45 B C+ 38.6
54 62 56 D A- 92.3
48 64 52 B D 80.9
28 45 40 C D- 90.0
7 6 15 D E 36.5
34 77 38 E D 19.0
59 78 52 C B 69.6
22 25 28 B D+ 48.5
24 59 24 E D 18.7
20 23 30 C D+ 92.0
66 82 63 C B- 56.8
40 63 37 B D 38.9
43 70 41 D B- 41.7
37 43 49 C B- 30.3
47 43 74 D B- 35.0
58 94 53 C D- 58.6
53 85 34 A D- 44.0
61 78 63 C B- 70.5
55 42 71 D A- 23.1
58 57 70 B C- 55.8
36 44 41 C B- 48.0
62 66 70 B C- 23.9
11 24 12 D D- 33.9
20 50 19 C E 77.1

Daily
Jan. 1
-0.1% Change
-9.02%Since

AES
3.2 r AES 12.60 +0.01 -1 5.3m 9
AGLRes 4.2 GAS 48.01 -0.02 +6 624 18o
Allete
4.0 ALE 50.05 +0.57 -29 230 16o
AlliantE 3.6 LNT 60.63 -0.45+217 1.9m 17o
AmerEle 3.8 AEP 56.26 -0.39 -16 2.2m 15x
AmerenCo 3.9 AEE 41.69 +0.33 -19 1.1m 18o
AmState 2.3 r AWR 38.52 +0.78 -2 208 23o
AmWtWk 2.6 AWK 51.77 +0.17 +16 1.0m 20x
AquaAm 2.8 r WTR 25.61 -0.07 -2 663 20o
AtmosEn 2.8 ATO 54.88 -0.09 -7 455 17o
BlackHi 3.9 BKH 41.90 +0.79 +45 399 13o
CPFLEne 3.3 CPL 10.34 -0.31 +41 581 9
CalifWt 3.1 CWT 21.32 -0.28 -9 195 18x
Centerpt 5.2 CNP 19.08 +0.04 +27 4.6m 15
Chesapke 2.4 CPK 48.20 -2.52 +67 114 17
ClecoCo 3.0 CNL 54.15 +0.03 -3 298 21o
CMSEnrgy 3.4 CMS 33.99 +0.28 -26 2.2m 19o
ConsEdi 4.1 ED 63.72 +0.31 +19 2.8m 16
ConsWtr 2.5 CWCO 11.89 +0.08 -34 125 20
CTWtrSe 3.1 CTWS 33.72 -0.17 -23 25 17k
DTEEner 3.7 DTE 79.89 +0.68 -13 997 17o
Dominio 3.6 D 71.33 +0.17 -17 2.2m 20o
DukeEne 4.5 DUK 73.84 -0.14 +15 4.1m 16o
Dynegy
DYN 23.39 -0.84 +39 3.0m ..
Edenorn
EDN 12.20 +0.32+128 142 11
EdisonI
2.8 EIX 60.60 +0.74 +16 2.4m 13o
EmprsNacC 1.9 EOC 40.13 +0.35 -53 58 20
Enersis
2.8 ENI 14.46 +0.05 +51 945 12o
Entergy
4.8 ETR 69.44 +1.56 +19 1.8m 14o
Eversou 3.4 ES 49.53 +0.29 -9 1.6m 16o
Exelon
3.9 EXC 31.99 +0.26 +6 8.0m 12o
Firsten
4.2 FE 33.97 +0.41 +10 2.7m 12o
GrtPlnsE 3.8 GXP 25.89 -0.23 +54 1.8m 16
HawaiiE 4.0 HE 30.85 +0.13 -13 354 19
Huaneng 9 HNP 47.36 -2.21 -34 39 7
ITCHldgs 1.9 ITC 33.94 +0.45 -36 954 17o
IdaCorp 3.1 IDA 61.02 +0.04 -2 233 15o
KoreaEle .9 KEP 21.78 +0.01 +5 330 8
Laclede 3.4 LG 53.54 -0.27 -10 263 15o
MGEEner 2.8 MGEE 39.68 +0.19 -55 33 19
Middlese 3.4 MSEX 22.80 +0.20 -20 27 19
NRGEne 3.0 r NRG 19.43 -0.60 +97 8.5m 77o
NatlFue 3.0 NFG 53.48 -0.09 +47 696 15

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WORLD STOCKS

FRIDAY, AUGUST 7, 2015

INTERNATIONAL LEADERS

Major World Markets, percentage change based on benchmark ETFs

CF Industries Off To U.K.


As Fertilizers Consolidate
BY ALAN R. ELLIOTT
INVESTOR'S BUSINESS DAILY

Earnings reports and news of an


$8 billion merger drove a volatile
session among fertilizer stocks
Thursday, just as the group turns
up from two years of profit declines.
CF IndustriesCF narrowed its
early 9% jump to 2% by the close.
The Illinois-based nitrogen fertilizer producer reported mixed Q2
results late Wednesday, with revenue falling a wider-than-expected 11%. But it announced it would
pay $8 billion for the global distribution operations of Netherlandsbased OCI.
If approved by regulators in
multiple countries, the deal
would reportedly create the
worlds largest publicly traded nitrogen fertilizer operation. CF
said the new company would be
domiciled in the U.K.
AgriumAGU, the groups largest
player by revenue, blipped up 1%
at the open, then reversed to a 2%
loss. The company reported adjusted earnings that beat estimates. Sales met views.
Fertilizer stocks are cyclical
and, from time to time, market
leaders. The three largest players
in the industry, measured in revenue, are based outside the U.S.
SyngentaSYT, with 2014 revenue
of $15.1 billion, is headquartered
in Switzerland. Agrium, with $16
billion in revenue last year, is a
Calgary, Alberta, company. Norways Yara InternationalYARIY
saw 2014 revenue of $14.7 billion.

From August 2006 to June


2008, stocks in the industry
group collectively rose 463%. Between July 2010 and January
2013, the group gained 178%. For
the past two years, most fertilizer
makers have suffered choppy or
no-growth profit scenarios. Earnings fell for 13 of the groups 16
stocks last year.
But there are reasons for optimism. Corn production continues to outpace demand, but an
Aug. 12 crop report from the
USDA may revise the picture. In
addition, Chinas corn imports in
June were 30 times higher than
year-ago levels. If demand holds,
the country is on track for a year
of record-breaking imports.
This year, seven of the 16 companies are projected to post increases, rising to 13 expected to post
earnings gains in 2016.
CNBC reported Tuesday Syngenta was in discussions regarding a possible buyout by seed and
insecticide maker MonsantoMON.
Reuters reported later in the day
that Monsanto claimed those reports were untrue and, while
Monsanto holds out an invitation
for talks with Syngenta, no discussions are taking place.

00 An expanded version of the


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in the Screen Center at
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and IBD SmartSelect Ratings.

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Daily/Year to date
Canada
-0.1/-12%
S&P 500
-0.8/+1.2%

Russia
-0.7/+12.6%

U.K.
-0.3/+3.1% Germany
0/+5.3%
France
+0.4/+10.2%

Nasdaq
-1.6/+6.8%

South Korea
China
-1.1/-9.5%
Small Cap China
Japan
-0.3/+3% Big Cap
-0.3/+14.8%
-0.8/-3.6%
Taiwan
India
-0.6/+4.1% Hong Kong -1.8/-6%
-1/+6.5%

Mexico
+0.1/-6.1%

Brazil
-2/-25.6%
Australia
-2.5/-7.4%
South Africa
+0.5/-4.5%

Top World Stocks


Rank

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10

Company

Symbol

Country

AGN
IRELAND
Allergan
Acquisitions are key to drugmaker's growth.

Relative Annual Last Qtr Next Qtr Last Qtr


Closing Composite EPS Strgth EPS Est EPS
EPS
Sales
Price Rating Rating Rtg % Chg % Chg % Chg %Chg
319.5

99

91

+27

+29

+38

+116

16

28

JAZZ
IRELAND
184.2
98
95
Jazz Pharma Plc
Xyrem narcolepsy drug is flagship but also in cancer treatments.

82

+15

+19

+9

+15

39

55

AVGO
SINGAPORE 123.3
98
Avago Technologies
Buyout of Broadcom will be largest chip acquisition ever.

98

93

+77 +151

+70

+130

43

33

NTES
CHINA
146.0
99
90
Netease Inc Adr
Company moving from heavy focus on PC games to mobile gaming.

95

+17

+20

+18

+55

22

48

NETHER.
95.73
96
96
89
Nxp Semiconductrs N V NXPI
Chipmaker's products are in iPhones, in mobile-payment technology.

+23

+32

+11

+12

99

22

ICLR
IRELAND
81.17
96
95
Icon Plc
Has signed longer-term deals with some of the largest drugmakers.

95

+36

+48

+28

+3

19

14

HDB
INDIA
62.60
Hdfc Bank
Expanding into rural India to expand market share.

88

-20

+9

..

+19

15

25

ESNT
BERMUDA 28.80
98
84
90
Essent Group Ltd
Provides reinsurance and private mortgage insurance in all 50 states.

+64 +111

+74

+67

10

56

CRTO
FRANCE
47.17
92
Criteo Sa Ads
Online ad company sees strong growth in Americas and Asia.

+13

92

85

97

91

ISRAEL
58.64
99
99
96
Cyberark Software Ltd CYBR
Cybersecurity firm's suite, high-level exec protection draw customers.

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

6 6 6 6 6 High
38 48 46 C D 75.1
39 30 45 D A 33.7
70 72 68 A B- 112
45 51 66 D C 19.3
60 81 68 D C+ 59.7
31 42 25 C B+ 37.9
63 67 79 D B+ 46.5
79 77 91 C B+ 19.8
25 37 16 B B- 17.5
36 28 60 D C- 27.7
64 81 66 B C 60.2
51 57 63 D B 41.1
56 55 63 C A- 73.3
59 85 43 C B+ 31.6
52 43 64 C B 41.0
50 66 39 B B- 38.1
61 60 66 B B 44.5
64 79 60 C B+ 65.6
47 70 39 C B 116
64 88 49 A C+ 35.7
44 51 52 C C+ 53.2
48 39 56 B B- 64.2
74 54 84 B A- 22.3
56 62 75 D C- 52.5
54 78 49 C B 49.5
55 61 52 C A- 44.0
49 28 79 C B+ 59.1
55 59 63 C B+ 58.0
52 49 68 C B 38.4
48 66 37 B B- 26.0

Dividend Stock Close


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

National 4.9 NGG 67.19 +0.39 -2 507 15


NJResou 3.2 NJR 28.40 -0.06 -31 307 17o
NexteraE 2.9 NEE 105.8 -0.21 +41 2.9m 19o
Nisource 3.7 NI 16.85 +0.02 -26 4.3m 10o
Northwes 3.6 NWE 53.85 +0.06 -3 498 16o
OGEEner 3.4 OGE 29.43 -0.07 -15 925 15o
OneGas 2.7 OGS 44.23 -0.50 +22 353 20
PampaEn
PAM 15.83 +0.55 -16 140 3k
ParaEnrgC 8.5 ELP 9.38 -0.28 +17 727 8
PepcoHl 4.0 POM 26.88 +0.10 -16 1.1m 23o
PG&E
3.5 PCG 52.16 +0.33+111 6.1m 12o
PiedmntNa 3.5 PNY 37.84 -0.04 -30 249 20o
Pinnacl 3.9 PNW 61.51 +0.66 -8 811 17o
PNMResr 3.0 PNM 26.47 +0.27 -14 501 16o
Portlan 3.3 POR 35.88 +0.16 -24 557 17o
PPL
4.7 PPL 32.09 +0.36 -38 3.0m 14o
PubSvcEn 3.8 PEG 41.60 +0.41 +22 3.8m 14o
Scana
3.9 SCG 55.29 +0.69 -6 849 10o
SmpraEn 2.8 SRE 100.2 -0.45 +26 1.4m 18o
SJW
2.7 SJW 29.06 -0.18 +28 81 10x
Souther 4.8 SO 45.06 +0.45 +10 5.5m 16o
Southwes 3.0 SWX 54.32 -1.13+109 369 18
TecoEne 4.1 TE 21.93 +0.08 -45 1.3m 20o
UILHldg 3.7 UIL 46.87 -0.90 -65 101 20
Vectren 3.6 VVC 41.77 -0.24 +87 756 17o
WestarE 3.9 WR 37.22 -0.01 +49 1.6m 16o
WGLHld 3.4 r WGL 55.21 -0.33 -13 238 33o
WiscEne 3.4 WEC 49.25 +0.58 -19 1.9m 18o
XcelEne 3.7 XEL 34.83 +0.41 +32 3.9m 17o
YrkWtr 2.9 YORW 20.67 -0.16 +1 28 22

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30. MACHINE
30 44 41 D D- 23.7
56 92 60 A E 42.6
26 54 27 C D- 34.4
80 82 74 A B 56.1
82 95 83 B D+ 54.0
27 51 23 C D- 34.6
35 37 49 B C- 65.9
34 57 18 C D- 23.2
18 41 24 C D- 109
56 62 41 A C- 68.7
45 58 41 E B- 61.5
19 69 17 D E 65.5
30 69 26 C C+ 29.7
41 50 28 B B- 43.3
21 38 22 B D+ 90.7
51 69 30 B B- 73.3
17 50 19 C E 70.2
16 43 16 B E 77.8
24 44 21 C D- 40.1
15 39 11 B E 50.8
60 78 45 A B- 82.1
58 88 31 A C- 27.1
51 65 39 B B- 127
46 84 33 C B 40.0
41 64 36 C B 81.2
52 64 56 B C- 80.3
29 6 48 D B- 11.5
47 78 45 B E 100
42 73 37 C D 70.9
75 78 83 B B 39.3
1 16 5 D E 64.6
55 71 74 C D 56.3
38 64 45 C E 43.5
12 20 21 D C+ 45.4
44 68 30 C B+ 75.5
21 56 19 D D+ 29.9
65 45 93 C C+ 22.9
43 62 41 B C- 84.5
88 81 95 A B 126
31 49 37 C C- 133
35 63 41 C E 70.5
16 48 18 D D- 14.2
26 57 7 B D 79.5
56 57 57 C C+ 31.5
67 75 52 C B+ 81.4
79 67 76 C A 43.4
35 81 18 B D- 30.0
61 82 60 B D 127
13 29 15 D D+ 106
50 83 43 B D- 87.1
88 79 79 A B 143

Daily
Jan. 1
-0.4% Change
-5.73%Since

ABB
2.8 ABB 20.39 +0.02 -41 1.3m 18o
AlldMot .5 AMOT 19.22 -1.28 -10 99 11
AltraI 2.4 AIMC 25.06 +0.17 -34 68 14o
Ametek .7 r AME 55.04 +0.81 +87 2.2m 21o
AZZ
1.2 AZZ 51.89 +0.06 -36 103 18o
BwxTech 1.6 BWXT 25.55 +0.68 +24 1.3m 14o
BadgerM 1.3 BMI 57.59 +0.23 -17 82 28o
CalgnCa 1.2 CCC 16.84 -0.68 +42 386 18o
Caterpi
4.0 CAT 77.46 +0.58 -10 4.6m 13o
Clarcor
1.3 CLC 59.56 -0.04 -15 195 19o
CleanHarbors r CLH 49.60 -0.04+112 910 32o
Colfax
CFX 40.00 +1.17 +67 1.8m 18o
ClmbMckn .7 CMCO 21.91 -0.01 -33 51 12o
Donalds 2.1 r DCI 33.07 -0.21 -13 555 20
Dover 2.5 r DOV 64.07 +0.37 -31 1.1m 14o
EnerSys 1.3 r ENS 55.50 -5.99+310 1.2m 12
EnPro
1.6 NPO 50.44 +0.70 +66 270 22o
Flowser 1.5 r FLS 46.77 +0.23 -20 1.0m 13o
FrankEl 1.3 FELE 29.29 +0.22 -16 321 19x
Generac
GNRC 29.10 -4.73+835 6.3m 10o
Graco
1.7 r GGG 71.36 -0.54 -38 183 20o
HollySys 1.9 HOLI 20.57 +0.37 -7 346 11
Hubbell 2.2 r HUBB 103.9 -1.09 -37 189 18
Hurco 1.0 HURC 30.98 +0.07 +53 41 12
Hystr-Ya 1.7 HY 66.34 -0.70 -3 69 11o
IDEX
1.7 r IEX 74.74 -0.76 +59 530 21o
IdealPower IPWR 8.02 -0.19 +34 30 ..
Illinois
2.2 ITW 89.22 -0.37 -43 1.0m 17o
IngrslR
1.9 IR 60.01 +0.05 +26 2.7m 17o
JohnBean 1.0 JBT 37.05 +0.08 -20 79 21
JoyGlob 3.2 JOY 24.82 -0.20 +11 2.5m 8
Kadant 1.5 r KAI 46.74 +2.02 +10 62 16o
Kaman 1.8 r KAMN 39.58 +0.32 -2 94 16
Kenname 2.6 KMT 31.25 -0.12 +12 786 15o
LinclnE 1.9 r LECO 61.03 -0.47 -6 445 16o
Manitow .5 MTW 16.79 -0.03 -17 2.1m 20o
NIDEC
.7 r NJ 22.19 -0.04 -53 21 36
Nordsn 1.2 r NDSN 74.05 -0.04 -33 129 19
Pall
1.0 PLL 126.5 -0.06 -56 427 33
ParkHan 2.3 r PH 111.0 +0.22+121 3.1m 15o
Pentair 2.1 r PNR 60.97 +0.11 -42 828 16o
Percptrn 1.6 PRCP 9.11 -0.10 -38 18 99
PowerSolutns PSIX 36.26 -3.85+767 894 26
ProgrssW 1.9 BIN 27.70 +0.16 +18 245 22
RegalBe 1.3 RBC 72.17 -0.23 +10 329 15o
RepblSr 2.8 RSG 42.80 -0.41 +17 1.6m 20o
Rexnord
r RXN 20.97 -0.40 +62 1.3m 11o
Rockwell 2.2 ROK 116.4 +0.39 +10 922 17o
SPX
2.3 SPW 64.18 +0.54 -33 386 12o
Standex
.7 SXI 71.99 -0.81 +26 79 16x
Stericycle
SRCL 141.9 -1.44 -36 347 32o

+45

-31

+33

17

-12 +999

-25

+89

15

19

IBD Composite Rating


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

6 6 6 6 6 High
3 33 6 B E 130
25 47 27 B D- 43.7
89 91 83 C A- 47.6
32 59 30 B D- 75.0
26 71 15 D C+ 38.1
4 30 4 B E 54.2
69 56 72 B D 52.4
76 65 72 B B+ 51.1
73 71 70 C A- 55.9
49 64 53 C C+ 56.6
32 48 38 C C+ 39.2

Dividend Stock Close


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

Stratasys
SSYS 30.61 +2.61+104 3.3m 24o
SunHydr 1.1 SNHY 33.02 -0.54 +53 116 22o
Team
r TISI 45.58 +0.78+140 159 22o
Tennant 1.3 r TNC 60.91 +0.63 +31 85 23o
Terex
1.1 r TEX 21.25 -0.05 0 2.2m 10x
ThreeDSys
DDD 13.60 +1.90+353 12m 28o
USEcolo 1.5 ECOL 48.64 +3.22+133 241 26o
WasteCo 1.0 WCN 49.69 -0.34 -38 360 24x
WsteMg 3.0 WM 50.98 -0.62 -8 1.8m 19o
Woodwrd .8 r WWD 48.13 +0.14 -32 303 18o
Xylem
1.7 XYL 33.68 -0.21 +52 1.5m 17o

31. METALS
6 41 8 D E 43.3
15 49 11 E D- 17.4
17 33 26 E C+ 15.2
67 79 72 B D+ 41.7
60 99 56 E D+ 18.7
72 96 88 D D+ 21.5
64 53 86 C B+ 18.9
30 82 17 C D+ 22.0
39 84 23 C D+ 48.9
64 81 47 D B- 52.1
34 62 18 C C- 24.9
72 92 80 C D+ 88.5
28 67 24 D D- 41.9
40 50 49 C D 37.2
55 74 53 B E 29.9
30 54 15 D D+ 21.7
22 38 35 D C+ 58.8
39 83 20 B E 65.2
12 57 9 D D- 87.0
70 77 74 B D- 77.9
40 60 46 C D 74.0
44 39 57 B B 25.5
5 17 16 C E 47.1
7 7 16 D D 26.1
19 26 19 C C 46.4
3 13 5 D E 32.5
11 21 15 D C- 46.6
20 37 27 D E 146

Daily
Jan. 1
+1.9% Change
-17.06%Since

Alleghny 3.3 ATI 21.55 +0.51 -30 1.4m ..o


AlmnmChina ACH 8.50 -0.21 -39 104 ..
ArcelrMi 1.8 MT 9.59 +0.24 +24 9.5m ..o
Barnes 1.2
B 39.06 -0.07 +7 259 16o
ComcrlM 3.0 r CMC 16.11 +0.32 -39 773 9o
Gibraltar
ROCK 19.74 +1.00 +39 175 31o
GlobBrs& .9 BRSS 16.76 +0.03 -54 68 9
GlobSpec 2.2 GSM 14.73 +0.16 +61 561 18
HandyHarm HNH 29.11 -0.39+114 45 17
Haynes 2.1 HAYN 42.91 +0.86 +39 81 20
Insteel
.7 IIIN 16.45 +0.25 +11 58 18o
KaiserA 1.9 r KALU 85.13 +0.27 -9 165 21o
Matern 1.1 MTRN 31.36 +0.10 -8 100 16o
Mueller
.9 MLI 32.25 +0.07 +18 200 20o
NNInc 1.1 NNBR 25.27 +3.64 +77 657 18o
NCIBldg
NCS 12.68 -0.05 -51 122 52o
Nucor
3.3 NUE 45.70 +0.21 -2 2.0m 24o
ParkOhio 1.2 PKOH 43.13 +0.46 -7 41 10
POSCO
3.8 PKX 42.05 +0.67 +19 443 15
RBCBearng ROLL 68.88 +3.75+122 192 24o
Relianc 2.6 RS 61.61 -0.22 -10 556 12o
SteelDy 2.6 STLD 21.25 -0.06 +2 3.0m 16o
Tenaris
3.5 TS 25.74 +1.97+297 8.1m 18o
Ternium 5.9 TX 15.20 +0.19+100 437 10o
Timken 3.2 TKR 32.95 ... -10 629 13o
UnivStnlss USAP 12.12 +0.99 +61 91 31
USSteel 1.0
X 20.65 +0.78 +8 10m 6o
Valmont 1.3 r VMI 112.1 ... -32 164 17o

32. ENERGY

Daily
Jan. 1
+0.1% Change
-16.94%Since

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

82 90 83 C B+ 51.37WstrnR 2.8 r WNR 48.35 +3.09 +94 2.6m 8o


21 63 9 D E 40.5
21 52 10 B B- 74.0
9 30 8 B E 50.7
80 77 95 E B+ NH
72 51 94 C B 25.5
35 29 43 C D 52.7
13 25 22 D C+ 113
46 77 30 B E 30.8
9 14 6 B E 59.0
2 13 8 D E 102
83 77 81 B A- 15.1
35 94 6 A E 49.7
5 10 3 C D- 24.2
20 39 33 D D- 70.5
1 21 2 E E 44.8
10 20 20 D D- 20.5
7 18 23 D E 49.2
23 56 9 A E 97.4
14 6 40 D C- 33.6
43 77 28 D D+ 85.1
17 40 5 B D+ 31.5
15 31 13 B E 27.6
54 61 51 D B 51.0
43 69 40 .. B- 25.2
17 35 18 B E 35.6
35 90 19 D D+ 24.4
35 70 33 C D 74.9
10 14 14 C C- 43.6
53 77 29 A D- 41.1
9 24 12 C D 64.5
7 10 11 E B 31.9
9 47 10 D D- 72.2
13 20 30 E D+ 85.0
19 5 34 E D+ 26.1
14 26 40 E E 34.6
1 14 3 E E 27.2

Abengoa 7.4 ABY 21.55 -2.42 +85 1.4m ..o


Allianc 10 AHGP 36.98 -0.33 -34 80 8o
Allianc 11 ARLP 23.65 +0.13 +13 408 5o
AlonUSA 2.9 ALJ 21.00 +1.01+132 2.0m 13o
AlnUSA 16 ALDW 25.00 -0.18 +40 223 7o
Amerigas 8.2 APU 44.96 -0.93 +52 248 16x
Anadarko 1.4 APC 76.15 +2.14 +34 5.0m 92o
AnteroMi 2.9 AM 23.19 -0.83 +46 623 68o
AnteroRsrcs AR 26.50 +0.66 +71 3.5m 29o
Apache
2.1 APA 46.60 +2.16 +58 6.2m 20o
ArdmoreS 3.0 ASC 13.23 -0.30 -3 225 21o
AtwoodO 4.9 ATW 20.45 +1.22 +21 3.2m 2o
AzureMi 16 AZUR 8.88 -0.79 +9 166 14o
BakerHu 1.2 BHI 56.56 +0.23 -28 2.6m 25o
Baytex
11 BTE 8.37 +0.36+136 1.8m ..o
Brdwalk 2.9 BWP 13.63 -0.28 +47 1.3m 18o
BPplc
6.6 BP 35.88 +0.01 +49 8.0m 11o
BPPrdh
17 BPT 50.87 +0.67 +12 147 4
BrkfldRe 5.8 BEP 28.62 -0.17 -14 46 99
Buckeye 6.8 BPL 68.28 -1.85 +86 779 20x
C&JEnergy CJES 9.08 +0.04+181 5.1m 21o
CSIComp 14 CCLP 14.14 +0.59 +6 120 32o
CVREner 4.9 CVI 41.21 +1.33 +61 470 16x
CVRRefi 19 CVRR 19.82 -0.65 +51 497 15x
CabotOi
.3 COG 25.41 +0.09 +56 8.1m 43o
Calpine
CPN 17.29 +0.08 +10 5.9m 31o
Cameron
CAM 50.15 +1.22 +6 2.8m 11o
CanadnNa 3.0 CNQ 25.05 +0.56 +60 4.7m 14o
CdnSolar
CSIQ 25.73 -0.82 +10 2.4m 5
Carrizo
CRZO 37.40 +0.96+109 2.2m 24o
Cenovus 3.4 CVE 14.29 -0.07 +26 2.8m ..o
ChartInds
GTLS 26.68 +1.31 -1 635 10o
CheniereEngy LNG 64.81 -0.17 +19 3.9m ..o
Cheniere .4 CQH 21.90 +0.70 -18 116 ..
Cheniere 5.7 CQP 29.85 -0.08 -45 119 ..o
Chesapk 4.3 r CHK 8.19 +1.16 +88 45m 16o

INVESTOR'S BUSINESS DAILY


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

52-wk
Dividend Stock Close
6 6 6 6 6 High Stock % Yield Symbol Price Chg Chg 1000 E
8 8 20 E D 41.4 MartMid 11 MMLP 27.55 -0.46+109 328 ..o
18 3 34 B D- 29.9 Matador
MTDR 22.28 +1.02 +43 1.6m 20o
4 18 3 B E 22.6 MmrlPr 28 r MEMP 7.60 +0.09+267 3.4m 8o
13 25 22 E B- 30.3 MemorlRsDv r MRD 17.63 +0.82+144 3.8m ..o
4 21 9 D E 62.9 MrphOil 4.2 MUR 33.00 +1.35 +48 3.3m ..o
27 38 25 D C- 74.0 MrphyUSA MUSA 50.71 -3.07+158 912 11o
29 48 18 C D+ 43.6 NGLEne 10 NGL 24.32 -0.51 +65 551 ..
7 33 15 E D- 27.6 NaborsI 1.9 NBR 12.39 +1.18+102 13m 12o
10 43 10 C E 86.6 NatlOil 4.5 r NOV 40.60 +0.22+116 11m 6o
29 56 26 B D- 31.5 NatrlGasSvcs NGS 20.61 +1.13 -16 33 21o
47 99 16 A D 31.9 NavigtrHdgs NVGS 16.72 -0.59+182 488 9o
22 21 56 D C- 44.9 NewfieldExp NFX 34.77 +2.22 +38 4.4m 25o
9 32 11 D D- 13.0 NewparkRes NR 7.23 +0.28 0 1.3m 14o
12 3 20 B E 48.2 Nextera 3.1 NEP 30.30 -2.49+352 953 60o
15 62 9 B E 28.5 NobleC 12 r NE 12.38 +0.67 +9 11m 5o
3 10 8 D D 72.2 NobleEn 2.1 NBL 33.91 +0.50 +25 6.2m 33o
71 68 97 D B- 17.5 NordicTa 7.7 NAT 14.85 -0.20 -4 2.0m 99
78 80 77 C B 26.4 Northern 18 NTI 26.16 +0.58 +19 551 6o
6 27 12 E D 33.5 Now
DNOW 18.20 +1.16+187 2.8m 70o
27 63 8 C D 27.8 NRGYie 5.4 NYLDA 15.66 -1.11 +25 713 74
28 54 19 D E 68.1 NustarE 8.8 NS 49.84 -1.58+139 732 15o
39 42 22 A D- 44.1 NustarGP 6.8 NSH 31.94 -0.48 +55 210 20o
5 41 4 C E 53.2 OasisPetro
OAS 10.03 +1.68+181 23m 6o
8 7 23 D D+ 100 Occiden 4.3 r OXY 69.42 +0.76 +24 5.4m 30o
20 52 12 B D- 72.2 Oceanrng 2.6 r OII 41.81 +0.73 +18 1.6m 11o
4 11 8 D C- 65.1 OilStates
r OIS 30.59 +1.44 +20 1.3m 11o
9 43 12 D E 71.2 Oneok
6.9 OKE 35.31 +0.49 +33 3.2m 23o
8 21 12 C D+ 59.7 ONEOKPtr 10 OKS 30.69 -0.31 +70 1.7m 15o
61 33 92 C B 41.0 OrmatTe .6 ORA 37.81 -0.49 -23 97 37o
61 38 86 D B 34.6 PBFEner 3.8 r PBF 31.71 +0.37 -19 1.3m 6x
24 15 39 D D 61.4 PDCEnergy PDCE 47.85 +1.93 +24 1.3m ..
3 9 7 C E 24.0 PacEthanl
PEIX 7.72 +0.27 -13 773 13o
27 64 16 B E 33.5 PanhanO .9 PHX 17.77 +0.54 -9 67 11
56 77 43 D B- 25.7 ParPetrol
PARR 18.53 +0.43 -52 61 ..k
28 41 29 B D+ 23.0 ParsleyEnrgA PE 15.25 +0.99 +38 2.5m 99
10 25 21 C D 34.8 Patterso 2.2 PTEN 17.95 +1.22+123 9.0m 19o
7 25 19 D E 48.9 Pembina 5.0 PBA 28.59 +0.45 +79 481 30
13 27 17 C D+ 150 Petchina 4.0 PTR 94.50 +0.10 -17 111 10
64 85 65 D C 88.0 Phillip
2.8 PSX 79.64 +1.36 +24 4.5m 11o
56 99 23 A E 81.6 Phillip 2.5 PSXP.58.37 +0.15+243 863 34o
20 39 15 B C 219 Pioneer
.1 PXD 128.3 +2.67 +4 2.2m 57o
7 29 10 D E 61.1 PlainAll 8.0 PAA 34.92 -1.03+359 8.0m 17o
27 95 10 E D- 31.9 Plains 4.8 PAGP 18.65 -0.08+744 13m 35o
2 16 7 E D- 35.9 QEPResou .6 QEP 14.18 +0.67 +25 6.0m 28o
37 55 30 B B- 26.4 Questar 4.0 STR 20.80 -1.27+492 5.4m 16o
29 34 36 B C+ 31.2 RSPPermian RSPP 24.43 +0.77 +85 2.6m 35o
8 28 7 B E 79.4 RangeRe
.4 RRC 37.95 +1.47 -7 3.8m 39o
7 17 20 E C- 25.4 Repsol 5.2 REPYY 16.70 +0.27 -58 35 15k
24 25 19 C B 30.5 RiceEnergy RICE 18.97 +1.55+107 3.5m ..o
14 34 12 B D- 18.6 RingEnergy
REI 8.75 +0.49 -6 139 38
18 48 14 B E 62.8 RoseRck 7.1 RRMS 36.75 +0.35 +57 194 24
42 87 15 B C- 30.4 RowanCos 2.2 RDC 17.78 +0.86 +8 3.0m 5o
9 17 27 D D- 82.3 RoyalDtc 5.4 RDSA 58.59 +0.88 -7 3.5m 15
8 16 23 D D- 86.9 RoyalDtc 6.4 RDSB 58.86 +0.76 -13 1.1m 15
13 30 18 C D 23.0 RPC
1.6 RES 12.45 +0.52 -5 1.5m 23o
13 32 9 C C 90.4 SMEnergy .3 SM 36.99 +3.30 -16 1.6m 11o
6 21 3 B D 34.3 SanchezEngy SN 6.60 +0.44 +26 2.7m ..
53 88 17 B B 59.8 Sasol
4.4 SSL 33.65 +0.69 -38 272 6
30 47 30 B B- 112 Schlumb 2.4 SLB 83.59 +1.09 +14 8.2m 16o
7 29 5 B D- 37.8 Seadrill
SDRL 8.50 +0.59 +57 18m 3
9 24 16 C E 89.0 Semgrp 2.5 SEMG 59.68 -1.11+325 1.6m 99
54 82 65 .. C+ 49.8 ShellMi 2.0 SHLX 38.13 -1.82 +67 809 45
59 60 61 A B 19.9 ShipFnce 10 SFL 16.36 +0.10 -18 533 13
43 43 40 D A- 79.4 SolarCity
SCTY 55.34 -4.83+136 4.9m ..o
67 77 89 .. C- 43.0 Solaredge SEDG.27.40 -3.35 +46 993 99
8 29 6 B D 41.2 SWEnergy SWN 17.45 +0.88 +7 8.8m 14o
57 89 34 A D+ 60.1 Spectra 5.0 SEP 48.87 +0.21 +67 595 12o
19 38 18 B D 42.2 Spectra 5.0 SE 29.33 +0.37 +49 6.6m 20o
35 28 42 D C 28.9 SpragueR 8.5 SRLP 22.96 -1.61 +66 38 5x
10 13 16 D B 29.5 Statoil
4.2 STO 16.66 +0.14 +34 3.2m 14o
20 31 25 E E 46.1 SuburbP
9 SPH 36.45 -0.16 +24 229 22o
18 26 28 D B- 41.2 SuncorE 3.1 SU 28.63 +0.33 +13 4.7m 14o
10 29 16 E E 33.5 SunEdison SUNE 17.08 -5.79+537 74m ..o
14 51 14 E C- 52.5 SunocoL 5.3 SXL 33.08 -1.29+152 2.0m 76x
57 93 14 B D 60.0 Sunoco 7.1 SUN 36.25 -1.82+144 1.0m 11o
33 43 25 C B 40.0 Sunpower SPWR 26.09 -1.48 +78 2.8m 29o
4 22 12 E E 36.1 Superior 1.8 r SPN 17.53 +0.81 +21 3.8m 24o
34 61 24 B D+ 13.8 SynrgyRsrcs SYRG 10.15 +0.53 -14 1.5m 24o
20 55 20 B E 80.5 TCPipel
7.0 TCP 50.59 -0.11 +18 183 18o
58 72 45 A C 53.7 Tallgrass 5.4 TEP 43.36 -0.50 -9 172 25o
12 18 8 C E 74.5 TargaRes 10 NGLS 31.51 -0.71+211 2.7m 19o

5 5 5 5 5 52-wk

5 5 5 5 5 52-wk

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

IBD Composite Rating

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

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

IBD Composite Rating

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52-wk
Dividend Stock Close
Vol% Vol P
6 6 6 6 6 High Stock % Yield Symbol Price Chg Chg 1000 E
4 13 15 D E 129 Chevron 5.0 CVX 85.19 +1.16 +23 9.8m 13o
11 19 23 D D+ 105 ChinaPe 3.9 SNP 74.30 -0.41 -56 63 16
24 17 39 C B+ 145 Cimarex
.6 XEC 112.9 +4.73 +78 2.0m 51o
26 81 16 B E 202 CNOOC
5.4 CEO 122.7 -1.66 +18 209 5
14 7 20 .. B+ 15.7 CobaltIntl
CIE 8.56 +0.55 +28 3.2m ..o
8 15 22 C E 29.0 ColumPi 3.1 CPPL 21.53 -0.50 -67 122 14o
19 20 36 C C+ 143 ConchoResrce CXO 109.0 +3.01 +82 2.9m 40o
4 16 13 D E 81.9 Conocph 5.9 COP 50.28 +1.16 +65 12m 28o
1 17 3 E E 42.3 ConsolE .3 r CNX 14.29 +0.39 +22 7.5m 42x
20 50 10 B D- 80.9 ContintlResrce CLR 34.61 +2.60+171 9.2m 17o
26 39 30 B C- 160 CoreLabs 1.9 CLB 114.0 +4.34 +46 863 24o
16 18 37 E C- 25.4 Covanta 5.1 CVA 19.76 -0.07 -11 793 99o
13 41 4 B E 41.5 CrescntPt 14 CPG 14.46 +0.46 +67 889 14
5 23 7 D E 22.9 CrestMds 17 CMLP 9.48 +0.63+148 1.8m ..o
26 91 8 C D- 56.9 DCPMids 11 DPM 26.85 -0.64 +70 919 10o
11 26 11 D C 48.2 DagoEnergy
DQ 17.06 +0.18 -21 74 9
48 61 62 C D+ 48.5 DelekLog 5.4 DKL 40.84 +0.61 +24 61 15o
42 35 71 D D- 41.2 DelekUS 1.7 DK 35.08 +0.46 +15 1.1m 12o
7 12 13 B E 76.7 DevonEn 2.0 DVN 48.30 +1.35 +78 5.9m 15o
3 26 8 C E 47.3 DiamndOf 2.2 DO 22.32 +1.37 +65 3.3m 7o
27 9 48 B C 86.8 Diamondbck FANG 70.48 +2.11 +61 2.0m 37o
14 9 40 C D- 44.3 Dominin 2.3 DM 32.57 +0.07+109 305 24o
65 77 59 A C+ 21.1 DorianLPG
LPG 14.48 +0.38 +25 325 22
32 77 13 A E 102 DrilQuip
r DRQ 59.51 +1.22 -2 440 11o
47 95 7 A D- 24.6 Dynagas 14 DLNG 12.05 -0.51+136 244 7
7 11 5 B D+ 20.4 EPEnergyA EPE 8.14 +0.35 +87 4.1m 10o
24 29 25 B C 100 EQT
.2 EQT 75.81 +1.37 -5 1.4m 29o
69 99 33 A B- 98.7 EQTMids 3.3 EQM 76.74 +3.34+103 522 17o
17 59 18 E E 27.3 ERAGroup r ERA 17.90 +0.30 +30 133 31o
1 7 6 E C+ 32.8 Ecopetr
9 EC 10.67 +0.31 +8 903 15o
19 40 17 D B 26.5 EnableMi 8.4 ENBL 14.92 +0.28 +8 157 14o
38 83 28 D B- 57.2 Enbridge 3.3 ENB 43.15 -0.02 +67 1.6m 21o
17 37 20 .. E 40.3 Enbridg 8.1 EEQ 28.08 -0.20+111 495 ..o
7 38 15 D E 41.7 EnbrEner 8.5 EEP 27.55 -0.28+167 1.9m 28o
2 15 3 B E 23.4 Encana
3.9 ECA 7.15 +0.37 +77 15m 29o
8 14 17 B E 82.1 Energen
.1 EGN 53.64 +1.14 -5 1.0m 31
7 17 21 D E 69.7 EngyTran 8.7 ETP 47.72 +1.39+117 5.4m 71o
34 89 34 C E 35.4 EngyTra 3.8 ETE 27.78 -0.16+110 11m 33o
10 41 3 B E 23.0 Enerplus 7.6 ERF 6.09 +0.19 +59 1.8m ..
7 9 29 E D- 50.9 ENISpa 5.5
E 34.98 -0.13 -72 147 20o
17 28 12 B E 41.7 EnlikMid 4.1 ENLC 24.35 +0.52+119 546 46o
17 28 10 B E 32.1 EnlinkMid 8.7 ENLK 17.74 +0.29+132 1.4m 32o
28 61 7 C D+ 18.0 EnphasEnrgy ENPH 6.84 -0.14 +78 1.6m 48o
16 60 5 B D- 50.7 EnscoA
3.5 ESV 17.17 +1.02 +45 8.9m 2o
14 61 14 D E 41.4 EntpsPrd 5.9 EPD 25.92 +0.06+144 8.6m 18o
21 42 19 B D- 111 EOGResr .9 EOG 77.68 +1.59 +53 6.7m 21
73 77 86 C C- 16.6 Euronav
EURN 14.64 +0.01 -21 533 14
18 72 16 D D- 47.0 Exterran 2.4 EXH 25.26 +0.29 -7 818 24x
43 93 16 A E 30.6 Exterran 11 EXLP 19.95 +0.04 -31 109 14x
11 20 24 C E 100 ExxonMo 3.7 XOM 78.09 +0.92 +8 13m 13o
47 55 40 C B+ 73.8 FirstSolar
FSLR 51.20 -0.72+100 4.6m 16o
47 27 80 B B+ 29.1 FlotekInd
r FTK 18.42 +1.21 +70 2.3m 26o
27 65 13 B C 62.0 FMCTech
FTI 33.33 +0.12 -14 2.8m 12o
5 47 4 B E 19.4 Foresgh 19 FELP 8.00 +0.08 -49 94 16o
8 43 10 C E 34.4 ForumEnrgy r FET 15.04 +0.55 +5 1.1m 10o
13 28 19 B E 23.4 Frank's
3.9 FI 15.35 +0.42+167 1.9m 16o
22 51 8 B E 26.8 GasLog 4.2 GLOG 13.21 -1.19+311 2.6m 19o
12 20 11 B E 34.4 GasLog
9 GLOP 18.39 -1.24 -4 338 5x
23 36 23 E C 56.3 Genesis 6.3 GEL 40.00 -1.11 +29 796 42o
32 45 26 B C- 74.4 Golar 4.6 r GLNG 39.50 -1.70 +17 1.6m ..
6 9 10 B E 46.3 GreenPl 1.5 r GPRE 20.98 +0.57 -26 682 9o
6 10 13 C E 59.8 Gulfport
GPOR 34.05 +1.88+147 4.5m 99o
23 75 5 B E 14.4 Hallado 2.5 HNRG 6.53 +0.14 -8 108 13
17 31 21 B C- 70.5 Hallibu 1.8 HAL 40.85 +0.24 -11 12m 12o
13 33 17 B E 106 Helmrich 4.5 HP 61.66 +4.20 +77 3.5m 13o
7 21 13 E D+ 101 Hess
1.8 HES 56.81 +0.89 +28 3.8m ..o
50 80 30 A D+ 37.4 HollyEn 7.5 HEP 29.09 -0.19 +8 136 20o
85 95 87 E A NH HollyFrn 2.5 r HFC 50.73 +1.25 +62 4.5m 14o
14 18 24 C B- 53.3 Imperia 1.2 IMO 37.01 +0.65 +26 386 15o
21 11 23 B D- 63.3 InterOil
IOC 43.81 +0.30 -25 399 ..
42 38 42 A E 34.8 JinkoSol
JKS 23.12 -0.53 -17 839 6
21 42 21 B E 44.7 KindrMr 6.0 KMI 32.69 +0.45 +83 24m 40o
9 8 8 B E 28.3 KNOTOf 14 KNOP 14.33 +1.13 -21 155 6
3 21 5 B E 27.5 LaredoPetrol LPI 8.51 +0.72+160 8.1m 20o
1 15 1 B E 31.8 LinnEngy 37 LINE 3.32 +0.17 +31 5.8m 1o
28 60 11 A E 85.6 MPLX 3.5 MPLX 47.49 -1.92+104 942 27o
35 79 16 A E 90.1 Magella 4.7 MMP 63.12 -2.41+248 2.3m 19o
5 21 8 E D- 41.9 Maratho 4.3 MRO 19.45 -0.34+181 22m ..o
69 87 78 D D+ 60.4 Maratho 2.5 MPC 52.15 +0.47 +20 6.2m 9o
13 21 22 D D+ 80.8 Markwst 6.7 MWE 55.07 -2.22 +96 3.2m ..o
Dividend Stock Close
Vol% Vol P
High Stock % Yield Symbol Price Chg Chg 1000 E

B 11

FRIDAY, AUGUST 7, 2015


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

01 PM

Ratioof price premiums in Puts versus Calls


02 PM
02/20/15
..............0.56
..........10/13/14
.............1.59
........01/18/11
..............0.47
.......08/08/11
................1.75
..........0.83
..... 03 PM
Mutual Fund Share Purchases/Redemptions (X-Money Market Funds) 04 PM
09/01/14
..............0.99
..........02/02/15
.............1.14
........08/18/11
..............0.92
.......01/01/13
................1.38
..........1.13
..... TOTAL

Thu Wed
476
1177
1746
2197
2658
3117
4188

438
1051
1557
1976
2373
2825
3913

Chg S&P500
+38
+126
+189
+221
+285
+292
+275

Dow Jones Ind.

-8.1
-9.7
-20.3
-22.3
-19.0
-16.7
-16.2

-99.9
-79.8
-143.7
-154.1
-146.8
-128.3
-120.7

17440.5
17460.6
17396.7
17386.3
17393.5
17412.0
17419.7

4188 3913 +275

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

NewIssues in Last Year as % of All Stocks on NYSE


NYSE BLOCK TRADES (10,000 SHARES OR MORE)
04/27/15
..............0.0%
............08/08/14
..........11.0%
...........04/27/15
...........0.0%
..........08/08/14
............11.0%
............8.1%
.....
NYSE COMPOSITE INDEX % CHANGE DAILY

Price-to-Book Value of Dow Jones Industrial Average


6th
10/16/14
..............3.59
..........05/19/15
.............5.22
........10/03/11
..............3.02
.......05/19/15
................5.22
..........5.01
.....

N/A
Price to Earnings Ratio of Dow Jones Industrial Average
-0.4%
10/16/14
..............12.3
..........05/19/15
.............17.0
........10/03/11
..............11.9
.......05/28/13
................17.1
..........16.0
.....

Current % Dividend Yield of Dow Jones Industrial Average


12/05/14 2.08 07/27/15 2.49 11/29/13 2.03 10/03/11 3.05

3 months. (: on left, top 4 indexes since Jan. 1


on
right, top 4 indexes yesterday.)
................................................................................................
Since
Jan 1

3 Month
% Chg Index

: + 6.2%
: + 5.7%
: + 4.6%
: + 4.0%
+ 2.8%
+ 2.5%
+ 1.9%
+ 1.2%
+ 0.6%
0.1%
0.8%
1.0%
2.1%
3.8%
4.0%
34.2%

New Issues Index


Insurance Index
Medical/Healthcare
IBD New America Index
U.S. Defense Index
Defensive Index
Senior Growth Index
N.Y.S.E. Finance
Dow Jones Utility
S&P 600
Russell 2000
S&P Midcap 400
Consumer Index
Value Line Index
Dow Jones Trans
Gold Index

Value

Yesterdays
% Chg

873.50
747.52
9735.00
445.37
1502.14
2069.24
866.20
6787.19
583.01
705.22
1215.85
1490.45
1595.92
4624.67
8366.99
30.48

1.9%
0.5%
2.4%
2.3%
+ 0.2% :
0.3% :
1.6%
0.4%
+ 0.3% :
0.8%
1.3%
0.9%
1.4%
0.6%
0.8%
+ 2.7% :

Dividend Stock Close

3rd

31st

4692
-0.4%

4490
+0.0%

Thu

Wed

Chg

10 AM
11 AM
12 PM
01 PM
02 PM
03 PM
04 PM

273
644
976
1225
1462
1695
2241

279
609
867
1079
1291
1510
1999

-6
+35
+109
+145
+170
+184
+241

TOTAL

2241

1999

+241

Nasdaq Composite.
-27.6
-49.2
-94.5
-98.9
-88.1
-83.2
-83.5

5112.2
5090.6
5045.4
5041.0
5051.8
5056.7
5056.4

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

NASDAQ BLOCK TRADES (10,000 SHARES OR MORE)


6th

5th

4th

3rd

N/A

6585

5948

5555

31st
6361

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

THURSDAY VOLUME TOTAL


808

IBD Composite Rating


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

4th
4605
-0.2%

2.47 HOURLY NASDAQ VOLUME & MARKET CHANGES

Market Indexes list sorted by % gain in last NYTime

+ 8.5%
+ 8.2%
+13.8%
+ 9.4%
2.7%
+ 1.2%
+ 0.7%
+ 1.2%
5.7%
+ 1.5%
+ 0.9%
+ 2.6%
2.5%
1.3%
8.5%
22.4%

5th
2560
+0.2%

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

2,241,347,000

STOCKS ADVANCED ON

1991

STOCKS DECLINED ON

147

STOCKS UNCHANGED ON

569,114,000
1,641,532,000
30,701,000

IBD Composite Rating


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

Vol% Vol P

52-wk

Dividend Stock Close

Vol% Vol P

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

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

25 42 13 C D- 143
13 48 9 B E 44.2
25 70 12 B E 36.0
24 77 10 D E 68.0
15 33 18 D E 42.7
87 94 93 D A- 104
33 58 24 A E 72.0
19 34 30 D C 67.7
37 74 20 B D- 58.4
4 21 8 C E 39.7
70 86 56 B C+ 16.5
19 7 27 C D- 15.2
41 32 52 D C 39.8
41 74 24 C C- 26.4
1 13 2 .. E 26.8
37 53 32 D C 25.7
92 96 89 D A- 68.3
78 99 42 A B- 55.2
8 22 11 C E 65.4
54 47 78 D B- 18.7
2 16 5 D E 26.8
13 59 14 D D- 24.0
65 89 36 A C+ 66.2
24 22 17 B D+ 78.9
39 69 20 A D+ 36.5
1 22 3 D E 92.9
21 16 41 C E 61.4

20 32 19 A E 62.9
26 50 26 D D- 58.5
2 9 8 E E 12.2
13 16 17 B D+ 37.8

TargaRs 4.6 TRGP 76.76 -1.90+162 1.9m 45o


TeekayL 11 TGP 24.53 -0.05 +77 421 10o
TeekayO 12 TOO 17.29 +1.24 +92 552 13o
Teekay
6.4 TK 34.21 +2.01+126 1.1m 46o
Terrafr 5.0 TERP 25.97 -3.21+243 5.9m ..o
Tesoro
1.7 TSO 101.3 +3.15+114 4.5m 10o
TesoroL 5.8 TLLP 49.49 +0.50+196 944 48o
TotalSA 4.9 TOT 49.62 +0.59 +58 2.2m 9o
Transca 4.2 TRP 37.61 +0.11 +31 1.3m 14o
Transoc
4.3 RIG 13.84 +1.50+238 38m 3o
TrecoraRes TREC 12.83 -0.93 -13 56 16k
TrinaSol
TSL 9.49 -0.03 -24 1.5m 16
UGI
2.6 UGI 34.95 -0.16 +58 1.3m 18o
USACom 11 USAC 17.97 +0.36 +32 87 33o
UltraPetro
UPL 7.04 +0.59 +43 4.1m 4o
Ultrapar 2.7 UGP 19.57 -0.63 +5 511 20
ValeroE 2.4 r VLO 65.68 +0.86 -19 5.1m 7o
ValeroE 2.6 VLP 45.04 +0.36 +7 102 29o
Vermilion 5.8 VET 34.85 +1.57 +84 115 22
VivintSolar VSLR 13.69 -1.31 +4 1.1m ..
WPXEnergy WPX 8.34 +0.96+114 17m ..o
Weatherford WFT 10.81 +0.72 +15 13m 21o
WstrGas 2.6 WGP 55.59 -0.92 -32 161 51o
Western 5.5 WES 54.36 -0.65 +85 652 31o
WestrnR 6.1 WNRL 23.91 -0.25 -3 121 17o
WhitigPetro WLL 18.99 +1.29 +73 13m 12o
William 4.9 WMB 48.53 -0.63 -21 8.9m 91o

5 5 5 5 5 52-wk

Dividend Stock Close


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

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

IBD Composite Rating

Williams 8.3 WPZ 40.75 -0.51


WorldFue .6 r INT 40.56 +0.09
Yanzhou
.4 YZC 5.44 -0.07
YPFScie
.3 YPF 23.50 +0.48

33. MINING
9 4 11 C E 40.4
23 70 9 C D 17.8
4 30 4 E D- 18.2
1 6 4 D E 19.4
8 20 12 B D- 72.8
12 20 13 B C 69.6
5 41 7 E E 14.8
25 46 22 C D+ 20.8
25 57 16 C C- 20.3
18 36 14 B D 61.5
1 14 3 D E 37.5
7 6 8 D D+ 29.7
26 67 7 A E 21.0
16 68 10 D E 27.9
17 43 18 C C- 86.9
15 15 22 C B- 59.3
14 44 13 B E 82.8
3 26 7 C E 27.5
23 32 34 B D- 33.5
1 26 3 E E 23.8
2 19 5 E D- 19.6

+16 2.9m 99o


+67 781 12o
-6 87 99o
-17 834 9

Daily
Jan. 1
+1.6% Change
-22.25%Since

AgnicoE 1.5 AEM 21.93 +0.83


Alcoa
1.2 AA 9.91 +0.15
Anglogol .7 AU 5.83 +0.15
Barrick 2.9 ABX 6.88 +0.34
BHPBill 6.4 BHP 38.92 -0.07
BHPBiltn 6.7 BBL 36.95 -0.17
Buenavn .5 BVN 6.65 +0.06
Cameco
2.1 CCJ 14.21 +0.29
Dominion 3.2 DDC 12.60 +0.25
FrancoNe 2.1 FNV 40.30 +0.86
Freeport 1.8 FCX 11.21 +0.28
Goldcorp 4.4 GG 13.50 +0.35
Mesabi 15 MSB 10.10 +0.44
Newmont .6 NEM 16.36 +0.01
Randgold 1.0 GOLD 60.05 +0.94
RioTinto 5.2 RIO 40.27 +0.80
RoyalGld 1.8 RGLD 49.16 +0.14
SlvrWhe 1.6 SLW 12.64 +0.38
SthrnCo 1.5 SCCO 28.19 +0.67
TeckRes 2.7 TCK 7.38 +0.37
Vedanta 2.7 VEDL 8.01 +0.10

+83 4.0m 64o


+8 23m 8o
-6 2.9m ..
+90 31m 15o
+3 2.5m 9
+47 1.3m 8
+14 1.7m ..o
+16 2.0m 13o
-12 370 18
+43 1.3m 49
+29 28m 11o
+45 12m 58o
-54 27 5
+16 9.8m 11o
+34 786 26o
+16 2.9m 10o
+69 1.0m 86o
+57 6.8m 19
+29 1.9m 18o
+5 5.9m 10o
-3 219 8o

5 5 5 5 5 52-wk

Dividend Stock Close


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

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

IBD Composite Rating

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REGULAR:
Period
Agrium Corp.....................Q
Air Lease .........................Q
Aircastle ..........................Q
Alaska Air ........................Q
Allied Motion Tech ..........Q
Amer Campus Cmtys ......Q
Amer Sci & Eng ..............Q
AmerisourceBergen.........Q
Apollo Invest ..................Q
Archer Daniels Midld.......Q
Atmos Energy .................Q
BCE Inc g ..........................Q
Belfuse A..........................Q
BelFuse B ........................Q
Bio-Techne Corp .............Q
Brookfield Renew Eng ...Q
CA Inc ..............................Q
CME Group ......................Q
Calgon Carbon .................Q
Canadian Nat Res g ........Q
Capella Educ ....................Q
Ceco Environ ....................Q
Circor Intl ........................Q
Cohen & Steers ...............Q
Columbia Prop Trust ......Q
CompX Intl ......................Q
Core-Mark Hldg ...............Q
Diversicare Health ..........Q
Dun & Bradstreet ............Q
Eastman Chemical ..........Q
Entravision Comm ..........Q
Evertec Inc .......................Q
Federal Agri Mtg .............Q
Financial Engines ...........Q
Gain Capital ....................Q
HSN Inc ............................Q
Haynes Intl .....................Q
Interval Leisure ...............Q
J&J Snack foods .............Q
Jack in the Box ..............Q
James River Grp ..............Q
KBR Inc.............................Q
Kemper Corp ....................Q
Keurig Green Mtn ............Q
Kindred Healthcare .........Q
Knight Transport .............Q
Manulife g .......................Q
Marriott Intl ....................Q
McGraw Hill Fncl .............Q
Mercadolibre ...................Q
Miller Inds ........................Q
Natl Bank Holdings ........Q
Natl Cinemedia ...............Q
Natl Health Invest ..........Q
New Mountain Fin ..........Q
Nuskin Enterp ..................Q
Olympic Steel .................Q
Pacwest Bancorp ............Q
Pericom Semicond ..........Q
Pitney Bowes ..................Q
Preferred Apt Cmtys .......Q
Primoris Services ............Q
Redwood Trust ...............Q
Regency Centers .............Q
Re/Max Hldgs .................Q
Safety Insurance .............Q
Schweitzer-mauduit .......Q
Silgan Holdings ...............Q
Silvercrest Ast Mgmt .....Q
SnapOn ............................Q
Stantec g..........................Q
Sun Life Financial g .......Q
TCP Capital .....................Q
Tahoe Resources ............M
Tier REIT ..........................Q
Tredegar Corp ..................Q
US Physical Therapy .......Q
United Insur Hldgs ..........Q
United Parcel ...................Q
Validus Hldgs ..................Q

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.22 8-31 9-15
.20 8-18 9-1
.025 8-19 9-1
.40 8-17 8-27
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.29 8-17 9-1
.20 9-21 10-6
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.39 8-24 9-8
.65 9-15 10-15
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.32 8-17 8-28
.415 8-31 9-30
.25 8-27 9-15
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.36 9-16 9-30
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Financial Svc-Spec
Fnce-Invsmnt Mgt
Mchnry-Gen Indstrl
Elec-Contract Mfg
Chemicals-Specialty

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4.92
46.74
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0.04
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0.85
0.16
0.78
0.25
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Landmark Infrastructure
Lifetime Brands
Lo Jack Corp
M D C Partners Cl A
M G P Ingredients
Magellan Midstrm Pt
Main Street Cap
Manulife Fincl

LADR
LAMR
LMRK
LCUT
LOJN
MDCA
MGPI
MMP
MAIN
MFC

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Coml Svcs-Advrtsng
Real State Dvlpmt/Ops
Houshld-Applncs/Hw
Security/Sfty
Coml Svcs-Advrtsng
Food-Grain & Related
Oil&Gas-Trnsprt/Pip
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15.96
54.33
15.69
15.10
3.95
16.33
15.91
63.12
28.71
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0.61
0.30
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0.55
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+281a
+500
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+132
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Marin Software Inc
Markel
Mattersight Corporation
Maximus
Mcewen Mining Inc
Medivation Inc
Miller Industries Inc
Minerals Tech
Mohawk Industries

MMI
MRIN
MKL
MATR
MMS
MUX
MDVN
MLR
MTX
MHK

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Mining-Gld/Silvr/Gms
Medical-Biomed/Bth
Trucks & Parts-Hvy D
Chemicals-Specialty
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881.5
6.53
64.78
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101.4
21.09
63.32
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MYL
National Cinemedia
NCMI
Navigator Grp
NAVG
Neonode Inc
NEON
Neophotonics Corp
NPTN
New Home Company NWHM
New York Times Cl A NYT
Nexstar Broadcast
NXST
Northstar Asset Mgmt Gp NSAM

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Medical-Generc Drgs
Coml Svcs-Advrtsng
Insrnce-Prp/Cas/Titl
Elec-Misc Products
Elec-Parts
Bldg-Rsidnt/Comml
Media-Newspapers
Media-Radio/Tv
Fnce-Invsmnt Mgt

17.72
55.40
15.17
77.31
2.47
8.88
15.37
12.80
51.95
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0.49
0.91
0.17
1.34
0.04
0.14
0.03
0.13
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122
259
2.8
85.4
45.6
383
221
119

+17a
+29`
+22`
+3.6`
+220`
+10a
+103a
1.5
+51a
+265a

77
91
31
71
50
77
77
80
75
77

92
45
67
72
23
99
78
45
67
42

Nrg Yield Inc Cl A


Nuance Comm
Nvidia Corp
Nxstage Medical Inc
O C I Resources Lp
O H A Investment Corp
Omega Protein
Oncolytics Biotech
Orbital A T K Inc
Orexigen Theraptcs

Energy-Alt/Other
Comptr Sftwr-Dsktp
Elec-Semicon Fblss
Medical-Systems/Eqp
Chemicals-Basic
Fnce-Invsmnt Mgt
Food-Misc Prep
Medical-Biomed/Bth
Aerospace/Defense
Medical-Biomed/Bth

15.66
17.95
20.45
16.65
23.09
4.90
15.33
.55
76.82
4.17

r0.15
0.32
0.34
0.08
0.59
0.12
0.43
0.03
1.28
0.18

vs 0.13
vs 0.27
vs 0.30
vs 0.12
vs 0.51
vs 0.07
vs 0.38
vs 0.05
vs 1.10
vs 0.21

+15.4
+18.5`
+13.3a
..
+15.7a
+71.4`
+13.2
..
+16.4a
..

25
+10
+240
..
+5.4
+9.1
+79
..
57
..

217
478
1153
80.3
122
5.9
93.2
....
1130
5.2

+25a
+0.5
+4.5`
+8.4a
+8.1`
+7.3
+30`
..
+58`
+503`

63
51
85
31
87
65
55
43
77
38

8
85
53
67
51
26
91
19
91
18

Par Technology Cp
PAR
Parexel Intl
PRXL
Pennantpark Invst
PNNT
Pennymac Fincl Svcs Cl A PFSI
Pericom Semicndctr PSEM
PermaFix Envirn
PESI
Points International Ltd PCOM
Post Holdings Inc
POST
Postrock Energy
PSTR
Powersecure Intl Inc POWR

Cmptr-Intgrtd Syst
Med-Resrch Eqp/Svc
Fnce-Invsmnt Mgt
Fin-Mrtg&Rel Svc
Elec-Semicon Fblss
Pollution Control
Leisure-Services
Food-Packaged
Oil&Gas-U S Expl Pro
Electrical Power/Eqpmt

4.26
65.58
7.81
17.44
11.63
3.80
10.14
51.66
1.84
15.35

0.04
0.79
0.28
0.59
0.18
0.05
0.11
0.27
2.09
0.04

vs
vs
vs
vs
vs
vs
vs
vs
vs
vs

0.02
0.65
0.20
0.45
0.12
0.21
0.08
0.30
2.36
0.12

+300`
+21.5`
+40.0
+31.1`
+50.0a
+124
+37.5a
+190a
..
+133`

33
+6.8
+3.7
0.0
+5.9
..
+57
+286
..
+100

63.3
605
40.6
213
30.6
16.4
67.9
1212
11.2
107

+10`
+3.4
+15`
+53`
6.7
+29`
3.6
+91a
48
+88`

44
91
67
62
80
64
95
33
41
53

35
79
19
68
53
46
18
91
2
92

Prestige Brands
Q2 Holdings Inc
R B C Bearings Inc
R C S Capital Corp Cl A
R L J Lodging Trust
Raptor Pharma
Realpage Inc
Repligen Corp
Revolution Lighting Tech
Ritchie Bros Auctnrs

PBH
QTWO
ROLL
RCAP
RLJ
RPTP
RP
RGEN
RVLT
RBA

Cosmetics/Persnl Cre
Comptr Sftwr-Fincl
Metal Proc & Fabrica
Fin-Invest Bnk/Bkrs
Finance-Reit
Medical-Biomed/Bth
Cmp Sftwr-Spc-Entr
Medical-Biomed/Bth
Bldg-Cnstr Prds/Msc
Retail-Specialty

48.28
26.43
68.88
4.25
28.46
13.75
19.30
36.00
1.12
25.98

0.52
0.09
0.78
0.73
0.42
0.12
0.12
r0.11
0.01
0.43

vs 0.41
vs 0.11
vs 0.69
vs 0.44
vs 0.41
vs 0.15
vs 0.06
vs 0.09
vs 0.04
vs 0.36

+26.8a
..
+13.0
+65.9
+2.4a
..
+100
+22.2
..
+19.4a

+6.1
..
+5.4
+143
43
..
0.0
+38
..
+16

192
26.3
142
678
301
23.3
115
21.5
27.3
156

+32a
+37a
+26
+5.2a
+2.1a
+43a
+21`
+38`
+56a
+9.6a

96
44
77
36
90
7
80
72
55
85

94
96
74
3
38
95
65
94
21
69

RofinSinar Tech
Rubicon Technology
Salem Media Group Cl A
Select Medical Hldgs
Semgroup Corp Cl A
Shoretel Inc
Shutterstock Inc
Sierra Wireless
Silver Standard Res
Sp Plus Corp

RSTI
RBCN
SALM
SEM
SEMG
SHOR
SSTK
SWIR
SSRI
SP

Elec-Scntific/Msrng
Elec-Semicon Mfg
Media-Radio/Tv
Medcal-Hospitals
Oil&Gas-Trnsprt/Pip
Telcom-Cbl/Sat Eqp
Retail-Internet
Compter-Netwrking
Mining-Gld/Silvr/Gms
Comml Svc-Outsourci

23.60
1.69
6.26
14.29
59.68
7.63
34.42
24.41
5.42
24.37

0.41
0.33
0.15
0.28
r0.53
0.12
0.31
0.26
0.02
0.29

vs 0.23
vs 0.39
vs 0.07
vs 0.27
vs 0.41
vs 0.08
vs 0.25
vs 0.08
vs 0.24
vs 0.28

+78.3a
..
+114
+3.7a
+229
+50.0
+24.0a
+225a
..
+3.6a

0.0
..
+275
+12
+10
+200
+3.3
+13
..
9.4

133
7.1
67.3
887
377
94.4
104
158
95.8
406

1.3
51
2.0
+15`
22
+6.5`
+30a
+17a
+49a
+8.3`

80
19
84
66
24
50
93
77
49
62

43
3
61
58
16
75
4
16
34
73

Span-am Med Sys


SPAN
Spirit Realty Capital
SRC
Sprague Resources Lp SRLP
Sprouts Farmers Market SFM
Stamps.com Inc
STMP
Starwood Waypoint Rsdtl SWAY
Suburban Propane
SPH
Sun Life Finl
SLF
Sunoco Logistics
SXL
Sunoco Lp
SUN

Medical Supplies
Finance-Reit
Oil&Gas-Rfing/Mkt
Retail-Spr/Mini Mkts
Retail-Internet
Finance-Reit
Oil&Gas-Rfing/Mkt
Insurance-Life
Oil&Gas-Trnsprt/Pip
Oil&Gas-Rfing/Mkt

19.85
10.04
22.96
23.50
66.07
25.00
36.45
34.51
33.08
36.25

0.32
r0.14
0.12
0.22
0.97
r0.09
r0.67
1.19
r0.83
0.87

vs
vs
vs
vs
vs
vs
vs
vs
vs
vs

0.13
0.24
0.47
0.20
0.55
0.31
0.98
0.80
0.53
0.43

+146
+158`
..
+10.0`
+76.4`
..
..
+48.8
+56.6
+102

+33
+180
..
0.0
+37
..
..
+92
+108
+58

15.8
168
662
902
48.4
58.6
220
1682
3202
4206

+19`
+11a
32
+21`
+41`
+71a
26
73
34
+206`

57
77
28
92
96
56
31
81
51
93

76
26
42
14
96
52
25
61
14
14

Sunstone Hotel Inv


Symmetry Surgical Inc
Synta Pharma
T C P Capital Corp
T C Pipelines Lp
Tecogen Inc
Terra Nitrogen
Terraform Power Inc Cl A
Tesoro Logistics Lp
Tier Reit Inc

SHO
SSRG
SNTA
TCPC
TCP
TGEN
TNH
TERP
TLLP
TIER

Finance-Reit
Medical Supplies
Medical-Biomed/Bth
Fnce-Invsmnt Mgt
Oil&Gas-Trnsprt/Pip
Electrical Power/Eqpmt
Chemicals-Ag
Energy-Alt/Other
Oil&Gas-Trnsprt/Pip
Finance-Reit

14.03
8.58
2.00
15.36
50.59
4.15
112.8
25.97
49.49
17.58

0.23
0.04
0.15
0.56
0.66
0.02
3.31
r0.10
0.60
r0.14

vs
vs
vs
vs
vs
vs
vs
vs
vs
vs

0.19
0.63
0.24
0.51
0.58
0.08
3.16
0.41
0.45
0.28

+21.1
+106a
..
+9.8
+13.8
..
+4.8
+124
+33.3
..

45
..
..
+40
+6.5
..
..
50
13
..

339
20.7
....
38.9
100
6.4
154
130
275
70.0

+13a
+0.9a
..
+58`
0.0
+41a
8.3
+481a
+107`
1.7

61
77
42
59
55
51
43
33
58
44

34
77
15
42
20
21
24
18
24
49

Transmontaigne Pt
Tucows Inc Cl A
Turquoise Hill Resources
U S Concrete Inc
Universal Corp Va
Universal Electronic
Viacom Inc Cl B
Viasat
Viper Energy Partners Lp
Wausau Paper Corp

TLP
TCX
TRQ
USCR
UVV
UEIC
VIAB
VSAT
VNOM
WPP

Oil&Gas-Trnsprt/Pip
Retail-Internet
Mining-Metal Ores
Bldg-Cment/Cncrt
Tobacco
Consumer Prod-Elec
Media-Diversified
Telcom-Infrastr
Oil&Gas-U S Expl Pro
Paper & Paper Produc

31.23
24.28
3.29
50.96
57.79
50.46
44.10
61.26
14.29
8.84

0.64
r0.20
0.02
1.34
0.36
0.67
1.47
0.25
0.10
0.01

vs 0.56
vs 0.11
vs 0.01
vs 0.80
vs 0.47
vs 0.66
vs 1.42
vs 0.05
vs 0.05
vs 0.04

+14.3`
+81.8a
+100a
+67.5a
..
+1.5a
+3.5a
+400`
+100`
+125

8.6
20
33
+81
..
1.5
0.0
19
+11
0.0

37.0
42.9
421
245
275
148
3058
344
19.6
90.9

5.9
+21`
8.3
+36`
+1.5a
+0.8a
11
+7.8`
+14`
+1.9a

62
93
77
76
73
91
76
77
69
32

24
96
35
98
91
28
9
64
11
28

WING
XOXO
XPO

Retail-Restaurants
Internet-Content
Transport-Logistics

31.45
14.80
42.32

0.11 vs 0.09
0.13 vs 0.12
0.16 vs 0.22

213 Up

2u Inc
TWOU
A G & E Holdings Inc WGA
A G Mortgage Invstmnt Tr MITT
Acceleron Pharma Inc XLRN
Actua Corporation
ACTA
Aegerion PharmaceuticalsAEGR
Agrium
AGU
Air Lease Corp Cl A
AL
Air Transport Svcs
ATSG
Alamo Group Inc
ALG

INITIAL
BWX Tech new ................Q
VEREIT Inc .......................Q
REDUCED
Barrick Gold .....................Q

Cmptr Sftwr-Edu
Leisre-Gamng/Equip
Finance-Mrtg-Reit
Medical-Biomed/Bth
Comptr Sftwr-Entr
Medical-Biomed/Bth
Chemicals-Ag
Comml Svcs-Leasing
Trnsprt-Air Freight
Machinery-Farm

32.05
.88
17.50
27.74
13.55
18.39
99.83
35.03
10.26
50.71

0.14
0.02
0.65
0.32
0.07
0.23
4.90
0.70
0.16
0.90

vs
vs
vs
vs
vs
vs
vs
vs
vs
vs

0.22
0.01
0.60
0.52
0.12
0.06
4.37
0.58
0.14
0.75

..
+300`
+8.3`
..
..
+483`
+12.1a
+20.7`
+14.3a
+20.0a

..
..
+4.8
..
..
..
+2.5
+2.9
+6.7
24

35.2
5.4
15.4
5.7
33.5
64.2
6992
305
148
216

+42`
12
70
+40`
+76`
+78a
4.7
+19`
0.8
+3.8a

45
53
48
21
32
77
71
83
71
91

97
45
40
33
29
18
49
38
82
56

Alarm.com Holdings Inc


Alexander & Baldwin Inc
Alico Inc
Alliant Energy
Allied Motion
Alliqua Biomedical Inc
Amc Networks Inc
Amerco
American Cap Ltd
American Water Works

ALRM
ALEX
ALCO
LNT
AMOT
ALQA
AMCX
UHAL
ACAS
AWK

Security/Sfty
Real State Dvlpmt/Ops
Agricultural Oprtions
Utility-Diversified
Electrical Power/Eqpmt
Medical-Biomed/Bth
Media-Radio/Tv
Comml Svcs-Leasing
Fnce-Invsmnt Mgt
Utility-Water Supply

17.47
37.30
42.93
60.63
19.22
5.12
75.01
368.2
13.66
51.77

0.09
0.20
1.25
0.61
0.34
0.20
r1.23
8.74
0.24
0.68

vs 0.06
vs 0.19
vs 0.35
vs 0.56
vs 0.29
vs 0.23
vs 0.90
vs 6.36
vs 0.09
vs 0.62

+50.0
+5.3a
+257`
+8.9
+17.2a
..
+36.7a
+37.4`
+167a
+9.7`

+125
4.8
+279
+1.7
..
..
+40
+20
+4.3
+1.5

52.0
154
68.8
717
60.5
3.1
601
885
168
782

+23a
+4.8a
+103`
4.4
2.6
+202a
+15a
+8.0`
+68a
+3.6`

58
84
94
63
92
42
97
96
79
80

72
40
52
52
60
52
82
90
35
54

Anacor Pharmaceuticals
Anadigics
Annaly Capital Mgmt
Apollo Residential Mrtg
Apple Hospitality Reit
Aratana Therapeutics Inc
Arista Networks Inc
Ark Restaurants
Artesian Res
Atossa Genetics Inc

ANAC
ANAD
NLY
AMTG
APLE
PETX
ANET
ARKR
ARTNA
ATOS

Medical-Biomed/Bth
Elec-Semicon Mfg
Finance-Mrtg-Reit
Finance-Mrtg-Reit
Finance-Reit
Medical-Ethical Drgs
Compter-Netwrking
Retail-Restaurants
Utility-Water Supply
Medical-Services

146.4
.57
10.09
14.34
17.92
16.89
81.58
24.90
21.91
1.09

0.30
0.05
0.93
0.56
0.24
0.23
0.54
0.92
0.36
0.11

vs
vs
vs
vs
vs
vs
vs
vs
vs
vs

0.58
0.09
0.30
0.52
0.23
0.32
0.35
0.65
0.22
0.13

..
..
+210`
+7.7
+4.3a
..
+54.3a
+41.5
+63.6`
..

..
..
+244
+9.8
..
..
+17
..
+24
..

21.3
15.8
1080
41.6
234
0.2
196
40.4
19.5
2.7

+628`
32
..
+9.1`
+0.8a
23
+42a
+3.3`
+9.2`
+999`

30
50
65
47
37
38
99
64
84
14

99
11
41
33
45
94
89
74
60
23

Baldwin&lyons B
Barrett Bill Corp
Bce
Beacon Roofing Sup
Becton Dickinson
Biolase Inc
Blueknight Enrgy Ptnr Lp
Bojangles Inc
Brinker Intl
Brooks Automation

BWINB
BBG
BCE
BECN
BDX
BIOL
BKEP
BOJA
EAT
BRKS

Insrnce-Prp/Cas/Titl
Oil&Gas-U S Expl Pro
Telecom Svcs-Foreign
Retl Whsle Bldg Prds
Medical Supplies
Medical-Systems/Eqp
Oil&Gas-Trnsprt/Pip
Retail-Restaurants
Retail-Restaurants
Elec-Semicndctr Eqp

23.16
4.93
41.37
34.37
150.2
1.60
7.00
23.63
56.48
10.14

0.43
0.08
0.87
0.56
2.05
0.10
0.06
r0.18
0.94
0.18

vs 0.27
vs 0.18
vs 0.82
vs 0.54
vs 1.75
vs 0.15
vs 0.08
vs 0.17
vs 0.85
vs 0.09

+59.3`
..
+6.1`
+3.7
+17.1`
..
+175
+5.9a
+10.6a
+100`

4.4
..
+32
11
+2.0
..
+200
+13
2.1
+80

68.7
62.6
5326
718
3120
11.9
46.6
121
764
145

8.2
57
+2.0a
+8.3`
+45
+16
+1.7
+13a
+0.6a
+23`

76
9
59
54
73
40
35
92
88
31

45
3
37
90
82
13
32
60
72
30

Retail-Leisure Prds
Consumr Svcs-Education
Comptr Sftwr-Mdcl
Pollution Control
Metal Proc & Fabrica
Bldg-Rsidnt/Comml
Finance-Reit
Retail/Whlsle-Jwlry
Utility-Diversified
Finance-Mrtg-Reit

20.00
3.25
6.44
9.18
8.22
18.94
7.19
1.70
48.20
14.20

0.05
r0.14
0.19
0.32
0.25
0.46
0.04
0.20
0.36
r0.57

vs
vs
vs
vs
vs
vs
vs
vs
vs
vs

0.24
0.20
0.22
0.25
0.21
0.24
0.02
0.31
0.35
0.50

..
..
..
+28.0`
+19.1a
+91.7a
+100a
..
+2.9a
+14.0

..
..
..
+52
7.4
+18
+33
..
10
5.0

81.0
175
18.5
87.0
524
189
71.8
7.5
92.7
....

+6.2
6.1
+76a
+30a
+14a
+137a
+7.8`
4.6
7.8
..

63
22
36
91
77
77
77
9
76
61

90
8
11
12
3
65
36
50
60
36

CIO
City Office Reit
Clearone Inc
CLRO
Combimatrix Corp
CBMX
Compass Dv Hlds
CODI
Compx Intl Cl A
CIX
Conatus Pharmaceuticals CNAT
Connecture Inc
CNXR
CNSL
.3579 8-19 8-31 Consol Comm Il
CTB
.20 9-30 10-15 Cooper Tire&rubbr
.0134 8-17 9-4 Corcept Therapeutc
CORT

Finance-Reit
Telcom-Infrastr
Med-Resrch Eqp/Svc
Fnce-Invsmnt Mgt
Hsholdoffic Furnitr
Medical-Biomed/Bth
Internet-Content
Telcom Svc-Integrtd
Auto/Trck-Tirs & M
Medical-Biomed/Bth

11.95
12.72
1.36
16.91
11.16
4.63
8.59
19.62
35.60
5.25

0.15
0.20
0.13
r0.40
0.23
0.31
0.20
0.24
1.03
0.01

vs
vs
vs
vs
vs
vs
vs
vs
vs
vs

0.24
0.14
0.23
0.11
0.21
0.34
0.26
0.21
0.59
0.05

..
+42.9a
..
+264
+9.5a
..
..
+14.3
+74.6
+120

..
+11
..
+5.3
..
..
..
+14
+49
..

11.6
14.0
2.5
285
28.9
....
23.4
201
752
12.0

+39a
0.7
+31`
+5.8`
+7.7a
..
+22a
+33`
15
+104a

30
93
23
49
83
21
56
48
74
35

40
86
18
54
50
15
31
30
72
96

CORE
Cryoport Inc
CYRX
Cubesmart
CUBE
Cutera Inc
CUTR
D L H Holdings Corp
DLHC
Denison Mines Corp
DNN
Dex Media Inc
DXM
Dot Hill Systems
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Easterly Govt Properties DEA
Eldorado Resorts Inc ERI

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Transport-Logistics
Finance-Reit
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Mining-Metal Ores
Media-Periodicals
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2.90
25.95
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Finance-Reit
Leisure-Products
Medical-Biomed/Bth
Compter-Netwrking
Insurance-Life

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27.78
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55.61
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RAIL
FSYS
GCAP
GERN
ROCK
GLP
GSBD
GBDC

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Medical-Biomed/Bth
Trnsprt-Eqp Mfg
Mchnry-Gen Indstrl
Financial Svc-Spec
Medical-Biomed/Bth
Metal Proc & Fabrica
Oil&Gas-Rfing/Mkt
Finance-Cmrcl Loan
Fnce-Invsmnt Mgt

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Hannon Armstrong Sus
Hardinge
Haynes Intl Inc
Hhgregg Inc
Hubspot Inc
Huntington Ingalls Inds
Ikanos Communictn
Imperva Inc

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HMPR
HASI
HDNG
HAYN
HGG
HUBS
HII
IKAN
IMPV

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Banks-Southeast
Finance-Mrtg-Reit
Machnry-Tools & Re
Metal Proc & Fabrica
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Cmp Sftwr-Spc-Entr
Aerospace/Defense
Elec-Semicon Fblss
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Career Education
CECO
Castlight Health Cl B CSLT
Ceco Environmental
CECE
Century Alumnm
CENX
Century Communities Inc CCS
Chambers Street Ppts CSG
Charles & Colvard
CTHR
Chesapeake Utilities CPK
Chimera Invstment
CIM

Emc Insurance
Emergnt Biosolutns
Energy Trnsfr Eqty
Enernoc Inc
Enteromedics Inc
Equity Commonwealth
Escalade Inc
.06 8-20 9-10
.1375 9-30 10-15 Esperion Therapeutics
Extreme Networks
Fidelity & Guaranty Life
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Five Prime Therapeutics
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Freightcar America
U - Pay undetermined; I - Initial; Y - Year-end.
Fuel Systems Soltns
Gain Capital Hldgs Inc
Geron Corp
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Company
Amount Gibralter Inds
Adams Diversified Eq Fd .......................................... 0.050 Global Partners Lp
Adams Natural Res Fund ......................................... 0.100 Goldman Sachs B D C Inc
Advancd Semicdtr Eng Adr ...................................... 0.239
Golub Capital Bdc
Alliance Holdings Gp Lp ........................................... 0.960
Bankfinancial Corp ................................................. 0.080
Cash America Intl Inc .............................................. 0.050
Community West Bancshare ................................. 0.030
D H T Holdings Inc .................................................... 0.150
Delphi Automotive Plc ............................................. 0.250
E-Tracs 2x Lev Dj Int Re .......................................... 0.284
E-Tracs 2x Mortgage Reit ....................................... 0.904
E-Tracs Mth 2xlev Dj Div ......................................... 0.496
E-Tracs Mth2xlev S&P Div ...................................... 0.483
Employers Holdings Inc ........................................... 0.060
Etracs Diversified Hi In ........................................... 0.242
Etracs Monthly Pay 2xex ........................................ 0.215
Etracs Monthly Pay 2xlev ....................................... 0.514
Etracs Monthly Pay 2xlev ....................................... 0.628
Etracs Wells Fargo Mlp ............................................ 0.091
F S Bancorp ............................................................. 0.070
Fresh Del Monte Produce ....................................... 0.125
Graham Corp ............................................................ 0.080
Home Bancshares Inc ............................................. 0.150
Landmark Bancorp Inc ........................................... 0.190
Lazard Glb Ttl Rtrn Fund ......................................... 0.186
Lazard World Div Inc Fd .......................................... 0.153
New Media Investment Grp ..................................... 0.330
Petrobras Argentna Ads ......................................... 0.067
Pool Corp .................................................................. 0.260
Providence & Worcester ......................................... 0.040
Sandy Spring Bancorp Inc ...................................... 0.220
Sonic Corp ................................................................ 0.090
Sound Financial Bancorp ....................................... 0.060
Spectra Energy Corp ............................................... 0.370
Suffolk Bancorp Ny ................................................. 0.100
Transocean Partners Llc .......................................... 0.363
United States Steel Corp ......................................... 0.050
Westfield Financial Inc ........................................... 0.030
Westrock Company ................................................. 0.375
Winmark Corp ......................................................... 0.070
Wisdomtree Investments ....................................... 0.080

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Colony Capital .................Q
Federal Realty Inv ..........Q
Herman Miller .................Q
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Pope Resources ..............Q
Semgroup ........................Q
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Aaon
AAON
Abraxas Petro Corp
AXAS
Acadia Pharmaceut
ACAD
Aemetis Inc
AMTX
Aerohive Networks Inc HIVE
Agios Pharmaceuticals AGIO
Air Methods Corp
AIRM
Aircastle Ltd
AYR
Alliance Imaging
AIQ
Alliance One Intl
AOI
Alnylam Pharma
ALNY
American Residential Ppt ARPI
American Sci & Eng
ASEI
Apache
APA
Apollo Investment
AINV
Arbutus Biopharma Corp ABUS
Arc Logistics Prtns Lp ARCX
Ashford Hospitality
AHT
Atara Biotherapeutics ATRA
Axiall Corp
AXLL
Azure Midstream Partners AZUR
B B X Capital Corp
BBX
B R T Realty Trust
BRT
B W X Technologies Inc BWXT
Ballantyne Strong
BTN
Barrick Gold
ABX
Bind Therapeutics Inc BIND
Bio Rad Labs A
BIO
BioTechne Corp
TECH
Biolife Solutions Inc
BLFS
Bluebird Bio Inc
BLUE
Boingo Wireless Inc
WIFI
Boulder Brands Inc
BDBD
Bovie Medical Corp
BVX
Breitburn Engy Prtnr BBEP
Bristow Group Inc
BRS
C & J Energy Svcs Ltd CJES
C S I Compressco Lp CCLP
Calgon Carbon
CCC
California Resources CRC
Callon Petroleum
CPE
Canadian Ntrl Res
CNQ
Carrizo Oil & Gas
CRZO
Cavco Industries
CVCO
Cdi
CDI
Cedar Realty Trust Inc CDR
Cerus Corp
CERS
Chembio Diagnostics Inc CEMI
Chimerix Inc
CMRX
Cinemark Holdings
CNK
Clean Diesel Tech
CDTI
Clean Energy Fuels
CLNE
Clovis Oncology Inc
CLVS
Cogent Comm Hldgs Inc CCOI
Colony Capital Inc Cl A CLNY
Comm Systems
JCS
Command Security
MOC
Contango Oil&gas
MCF
Continental Res Inc
CLR
Cornerstone Ondemand CSOD
Coupons.com Inc
COUP
Cubic
CUB
Curis
CRIS
Cvent Inc
CVT
Diodes Incorporated DIOD
Diversified Restaurant BAGR
Dominion Midstream DM
Dorchester Minerals
DMLP
Ducommun
DCO
Duke Energy
DUK
Dynex Capital Inc
DX
Echostar Corp Cl A
SATS
Ecostim Energy Solutions ESES
Egalet Corporation
EGLT
Elizabeth Arden
RDEN
Emerge Energy Svcs Lp EMES
Enanta Pharmaceuticals ENTA
Endochoice Holdings Inc GI
Energen
EGN
Energizer Holdings Inc ENR
Energy Transfer Pt
ETP
Engility Holdings Inc EGL
Englobal
ENG
Entercom Comm A
ETM
Eog Resources
EOG
Epizyme Inc
EPZM
Erba Diagnostics Inc ERB
Essex Rental Corp
ESSX
Fate Therapeutics Inc FATE
Fibrocell Science Inc FCSC
First Security Group
FSGI
Fluidigm Corp
FLDM
Fox Factory Holding Corp FOXF
G T T Communications IncGTT
Generac Hldgs Inc
GNRC
Genocea Biosciences Inc GNCA
Geospace Technologies GEOS
Gogo Inc
GOGO
Gold Resource Corp
GORO
Great Panther Silver Ltd GPL
Great Plains Energy
GXP
Gtx Inc
GTXI
Hecla Mining Co
HL
HiCrush Partners L P HCLP
Higher One Hldgs Inc ONE
Houghton Mifflin Harct HMHC
Houston Wire&cable HWCC
Hudson Pacific Pptys Inc HPP
Iamgold
IAG
Icahn Enterprises Lp IEP
Idera Pharma
IDRA
Ignite Restaurant Group IRG
Ikonics Corp
IKNX
Independence Contr Drill ICD
Infinity Pharmaceut
INFI
Infosonics Corp
IFON
Inland Real Estate
IRC
Innovative Sol&supp ISSC
Inovalon Hldgs Inc Cl A INOV
Insys Therapeutics Inc INSY

Bldg-A/C & Heating P


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Medical-Biomed/Bth
Energy-Alt/Other
Compter-Netwrking
Medical-Biomed/Bth
Medical-Services
Comml Svcs-Leasing
Medical-Services
Tobacco
Medical-Biomed/Bth
Finance-Reit
Security/Sfty
Oil&Gas-Intl Expl Pr
Fnce-Invsmnt Mgt
Medical-Biomed/Bth
Oil&Gas-Trnsprt/Pip
Finance-Reit
Medical-Biomed/Bth
Chemicals-Basic
Oil&Gas-Trnsprt/Pip
Fin-Mrtg&Rel Svc
Finance-Reit
Electrical Power/Eqpmt
Leisre-Mvies & Rel
Mining-Gld/Silvr/Gms
Medical-Biomed/Bth
Medical-Products
Med-Resrch Eqp/Svc
Medical-Products
Medical-Biomed/Bth
Telcom Svc-Wirles
Food-Packaged
Medical-Products
Oil&Gas-U S Expl Pro
Oil&Gas-Field Servic
Oil&Gas-Field Servic
Oil&Gas-Field Servic
Pollution Control
Oil&Gas-U S Expl Pro
Oil&Gas-U S Expl Pro
Oil&Gas-Intl Expl Pr
Oil&Gas-U S Expl Pro
Bldg-Mbile/Mfg & Rv
Comml Svcs-Stffng
Finance-Reit
Medical-Biomed/Bth
Medical-Products
Medical-Biomed/Bth
Leisre-Mvies & Rel
Chemicals-Specialty
Energy-Alt/Other
Medical-Biomed/Bth
Telcom-Svc-Cbl/Sat
Finance-Mrtg-Reit
Telcom-Cbl/Sat Eqp
Security/Sfty
Oil&Gas-U S Expl Pro
Oil&Gas-U S Expl Pro
Cmp Sftwr-Spc-Entr
Retail-Internet
Aerospace/Defense
Medical-Biomed/Bth
Comptr Sftwr-Entr
Elec-Semicon Mfg
Retail-Restaurants
Oil&Gas-Trnsprt/Pip
Oil&Gas-U S Expl Pro
Aerospace/Defense
Utility-Diversified
Finance-Mrtg-Reit
Telcom-Cbl/Sat Eqp
Oil&Gas-Field Servic
Medical-Biomed/Bth
Cosmetics/Persnl Cre
Chemicals-Specialty
Medical-Biomed/Bth
Medical-Products
Oil&Gas-U S Expl Pro
Consumr Prod-Speci
Oil&Gas-Trnsprt/Pip
Aerospace/Defense
Bldg-Heavy Constr
Media-Radio/Tv
Oil&Gas-U S Expl Pro
Medical-Biomed/Bth
Medical-Products
Mchinry-Cnstr/Mng
Medical-Biomed/Bth
Medical-Biomed/Bth
Banks-Southeast
Medical-Systems/Eqp
Leisure-Products
Intrnt-Netwk Sltns
Electrical Power/Eqpmt
Medical-Biomed/Bth
Oil&Gas-Mchnry/Eq
Telcom-Svc-Cbl/Sat
Mining-Gld/Silvr/Gms
Mining-Gld/Silvr/Gms
Utility-Elctric Pwr
Medical-Biomed/Bth
Mining-Gld/Silvr/Gms
Chemicals-Specialty
Finance-Card/Pmtpr
Consumr Svcs-Education
Elec-Parts
Finance-Reit
Mining-Gld/Silvr/Gms
Dvrsified Oprtions
Medical-Biomed/Bth
Retail-Restaurants
Chemicals-Specialty
Oil&Gas-Drilling
Medical-Biomed/Bth
Wholesale-Elect
Finance-Reit
Aerospace/Defense
Comptr Sftwr-Mdcl
Medical-Biomed/Bth

22.81
1.75
45.15
2.97
7.57
100.1
39.57
23.69
15.39
20.71
119.9
18.09
45.47
46.60
6.84
9.95
16.82
8.29
55.98
30.24
8.88
15.87
7.04
25.55
4.08
6.88
4.58
144.7
109.9
2.28
156.8
9.41
8.82
2.25
3.13
46.00
9.08
14.14
16.84
4.66
7.50
25.05
37.40
71.40
9.71
6.69
4.98
4.88
53.16
36.70
1.56
5.03
83.17
29.14
22.68
10.29
1.68
8.81
34.61
35.74
10.25
46.25
2.74
27.08
21.77
3.67
32.57
14.85
26.12
73.84
6.76
47.04
3.63
12.73
9.90
21.00
46.43
15.97
53.64
41.14
47.72
22.07
1.25
10.36
77.68
19.80
1.91
.44
6.82
6.73
2.43
19.93
16.79
24.07
29.10
13.01
17.43
16.96
2.38
.35
25.89
1.04
1.91
17.23
2.33
24.19
8.71
30.84
1.49
76.50
3.05
4.62
12.93
6.98
8.25
1.68
9.55
3.07
19.53
39.95

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0.32
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THM
IIN
NVTA
Invivo Therapeutics Hldg NVIV
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KMPR
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LDRH
L R A D Corporation
LRAD
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LQDT
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MCHX
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MEG
Mge Energy
MGEE
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MOCO
Molson Coors Brw B
TAP
Monmouth Reit
MNR
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MNST
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EGOV
Nathans Famous
NATH
National Fuel Gas Co NFG
National Westrn Life NWLI
Natl American Univ Hldgs NAUH
Natural Gas Svcs
NGS
Natural Rsrce Com
NRP
Neovasc Inc
NVCN
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NVRO
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New Relic Inc
NEWR
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Newcastle Invstmnt
NCT
Niska Gas Strg Ptn
NKA
No Amer Engy Ptnrs
NOA
Norsat International Inc NSAT
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NWPX
Nu Skin Enterprises
NUS
O G E Energy Corp
OGE
Olympic Steel
ZEUS
Oncothyreon Inc
ONTY
One Liberty Pptys
OLP
Orasure Tech
OSUR
Orbcomm Inc
ORBC
Orbitz Worldwide Inc OWW
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ORN
Outfront Media Inc
OUT
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OSTK
P H H Corporation
PHH
Paramount Group Inc PGRE
Pennymac Mtg Inv Tr PMT
Pernix Therapeutcs
PTX
Pharmathene Inc
PIP
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PLUG
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Primoris Services
PRIM
Proassurance
PRA
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PGNX
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RLYP
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SBH
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SD
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STN
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SFY
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USPH
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Sales
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Yrs Qtr EPS /Over Sales % EPS Str Intricon Corp
Erns %Chg Est % (Mil) Chg Rtg Rtg Invitae Corporation

Curr
Closing Qtr
Price Erns

Elec-Semicndctr Eqp
Mining-Gld/Silvr/Gms
Mchnry-Gen Indstrl
Medical-Services
Medical-Biomed/Bth
Oil&Gas-U S Expl Pro
Insrnce-Prp/Cas/Titl
Medical-Biomed/Bth
Medical-Systems/Eqp
Security/Sfty
Oil&Gas-U S Expl Pro
Media-Newspapers
Leisre-Mvies & Rel
Retail-Internet
Telcom-Fibr Optcs
Financ-Svings & Lo
Coml Svcs-Advrtsng
Media-Radio/Tv
Utility-Diversified
Medical-Biomed/Bth
Telcom Svc-Wirles
Elec-Scntific/Msrng
Beverages-Alcoholic
Finance-Reit
Bev-Non-Alcoholic
Cmpter-Tech Srvcs
Retail-Restaurants
Utility-Gas Dstribtn
Insurance-Life
Consumr Svcs-Education
Oil&Gas-Mchnry/Eq
Energy Coal
Medical-Products
Medical-Systems/Eqp
Fnce-Invsmnt Mgt
Cmp Sftwr-Dbase
Finance-Reit
Finance-Mrtg-Reit
Oil&Gas-Trnsprt/Pip
Oil&Gas-Field Servic
Telcom-Cbl/Sat Eqp
Metal Proc & Fabrica
Cosmetics/Persnl Cre
Utility-Elctric Pwr
Metal Prds-Distribtr
Medical-Biomed/Bth
Finance-Reit
Medical-Products
Telcom-Infrastr
Leisre-Trvl Bking
Bldg-Heavy Constr
Finance-Reit
Retail-Internet
Comml Svcs-Leasing
Finance-Reit
Finance-Mrtg-Reit
Medical-Ethical Drgs
Medical-Biomed/Bth
Energy-Alt/Other
Mchnry-Gen Indstrl
Telcom-Cbl/Sat Eqp
Bldg-Heavy Constr
Insrnce-Prp/Cas/Titl
Medical-Biomed/Bth
Medical-Biomed/Bth
Comml Svcs-Hlthcre
Finance-Cons Loan
Cmptr-Intgrtd Syst
Media-Radio/Tv
Medical-Biomed/Bth
Medical-Biomed/Bth
Finance-Reit
Medical-Biomed/Bth
Oil&Gas-U S Expl Pro
Mining-Gld/Silvr/Gms
Comptr Sftwr-Entr
Mining-Gld/Silvr/Gms
Oil&Gas-Field Servic
Retail-Specialty
Oil&Gas-U S Expl Pro
Medical-Biomed/Bth
Leisure-Services
Finance-Reit
Medical-Biomed/Bth
Medical-Biomed/Bth
Electrical Power/Eqpmt
Medical-Biomed/Bth
Finance-Cons Loan
Real State Dvlpmt/Ops
Cmml Svcs-Cnsltng
Fin-Mrtg&Rel Svc
Auto/Trck-Orgnl Eqp
Energy Solar
Oil&Gas-U S Expl Pro
Comptr Sftwr-Entr
Fnce-Invsmnt Mgt
Retail-Apprl/Shoes/Acc
Cmp Sftwr-Spc-Entr
Comptr-Data Strge
Medical-Biomed/Bth
Oil&Gas-Mchnry/Eq
Auto Manufacturers
Medical-Biomed/Bth
Chemicals-Specialty
Medical-Ethical Drgs
Internet-Content
Mchnry-Mtl Hdlg
Medical-Biomed/Bth
Retail-Spr/Mini Mkts
Food-Packaged
Fnce-Invsmnt Mgt
Internet-Content
Elec-Misc Products
Telcom-Infrastr
Elec-Misc Products
Consumr Svcs-Education
Mdcal-Outpnt/Hm Cr
Bldg-Mntnance & S
Finance-Reit
Oil&Gas-U S Expl Pro
Med-Resrch Eqp/Svc
Cosmetics/Persnl Cre
Utility-Gas Dstribtn
Telcom Svc-Integrtd
Cmp Sftwr-Dbase
Medical-Biomed/Bth
Utility-Water Supply
Medical-Biomed/Bth
Fnce-Invsmnt Mgt
Retail-Internet

Curr
Closing Qtr
Price Erns

4.25
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6.38
8.97
13.21
6.41
38.05
74.68
43.42
1.75
8.51
2.78
35.34
8.78
12.65
11.52
4.13
13.05
39.68
27.12
8.61
14.60
73.76
9.82
144.9
18.02
33.26
53.48
240.7
2.76
20.61
2.75
5.85
49.38
14.64
35.15
12.52
4.64
3.33
1.95
4.82
19.09
39.16
29.43
12.25
3.57
22.70
5.35
5.77
11.44
7.06
25.00
21.85
16.28
17.64
16.50
5.48
1.58
2.37
36.26
33.66
19.01
48.37
7.87
.50
44.17
1.86
4.96
2.67
68.44
31.39
14.90
31.21
18.97
2.83
7.71
49.16
3.46
26.81
.55
34.63
18.14
16.81
2.35
40.05
8.88
6.98
45.94
15.88
24.69
8.74
68.21
17.08
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1.62
11.92
7.66
10.35
30.43
55.05
8.91
246.1
2.56
11.10
7.29
1.74
13.60
11.79
13.74
78.52
20.04
5.54
2.27
32.05
44.66
5.92
50.68
26.29
8.73
3.69
1.58
5.06
55.21
5.69
14.98
6.75
20.67
59.97
10.49
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0.08
0.76
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0.31
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0.18
0.11
1.41
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0.79
0.17
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0.28
0.12
0.77
0.35
0.21
0.32
0.16
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0.44
0.08
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0.22
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0.36
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FUTURES

FRIDAY, AUGUST 7, 2015

Crude Slides As
Goldman Sees
Extended Glut
BY BLOOMBERG NEWS

Oil dropped to the lowest level in


more than four months that in New
York on expectation a global glut
that drove prices into a bear market
will be prolonged.
Goldman SachsGS estimates the
global crude oversupply is running
at 2 million barrels a day and storage may be filled by the fall, forcing
the market to adjust, analysts including Jeffrey Currie said in a report
dated Thursday.
U.S. crude supplies remain about
100 million barrels above the fiveyear seasonal average, Energy Information Administration data on
Wednesday showed.
Oil moved into a bear market in
July on signs that the global surplus
will persist as the U.S. pumps near
the fastest rate in three decades and
the largest OPEC members produced record volumes.
The Bloomberg Commodity
Index, which fell almost 11% in
July, has resumed its decline.
Prices are under pressure because weve got more and more
crude coming out of the ground,
said Michael Corcelli, chief investment officer of hedge fund Alexander Alternative Capital in Miami.
Questions about storage capacity
have already been brought up.
West Texas intermediate for
September delivery fell 49 cents, or
1.1%, to settle at $44.66 a barrel on
the New York Mercantile Exchange. Its the lowest close since
March 19.
Brent for September settlement
dropped 7 cents to end the session
at $49.52 a barrel on the Londonbased ICE Futures Europe exchange.
Contract
High Low

Contract
High Low

693.50 549.25 Sep 16 1,093 560.75 560.75 556.00 556.00


Est. Vol. 34,595 Vol. 29,148 open int 202,419 +184

+0.75

507.00
511.25
518.50
522.75
526.25
535.75
547.75

OATS (CBOT) 5,000 bu minimum cents per


445.00 222.50 Sep 15 1,358 234.00 237.50 234.00 236.00
350.50 233.50 Dec 15 6,211 244.00 246.00 243.50 245.00
350.50 248.00 Mar 16 507 254.25 254.50 254.25 254.25
Est. Vol. 334 Vol. 307 open int 8,078 +50

SOYBEANS (CBOT) 5,000 bu minimum cents per


1307.3 909.25 Aug 15 3,868 991.00 992.00 983.75
1301.0 898.50 Sep 15 50,024 962.25 965.50 952.75
1300.0 895.75 Nov 15 355,572 953.00 955.50 942.00
1223.3 903.00 Jan 16 61,280 958.00 960.25 946.75
1216.3 907.50 Mar 16 80,713 953.25 955.25 943.00
1216.3 910.25 May 16 49,373 948.00 949.50 937.75
1265.3 915.75 Jul 16 28,213 950.00 952.25 940.75
1256.5 893.50 Nov 16 14,681 911.75 912.75 900.50
Est. Vol. 307,092 Vol. 149,582 open int 645,467 +2,894

985.50
956.00
943.25
948.00
943.75
938.25
941.25
901.25

+096

120-24 117-00 Sep 15 2,324,612 119-11 119-18 119-10 119-15


120-24 117-13 Dec 15 8,364 118-24 118-31 118-24 118-29
Est. Vol. 833,094 Vol. 819,673 open int 2,332,976 16,793

11.44
11.70
11.99
12.23

0.10
0.10
0.09
0.06

CATTLE

(CME)

40,000

lbs.

cents

159.40 130.50 Aug 15 26,881 149.20 150.00 149.00


160.40 136.70 Oct 15 106,448 148.72 149.27 148.12
160.15 142.00 Dec 15 52,864 150.00 150.70 149.57
159.40 142.15 Feb 16 29,686 149.70 150.40 149.37
159.50 142.07 Apr 16 15,544 148.17 148.75 147.70
151.50 135.12 Jun 16 6,928 141.00 141.57 140.52
145.80 136.50 Aug 16 1,049 138.85 139.50 138.67
147.27 138.80 Oct 16
928 140.87 141.15 140.82
146.85 139.00 Dec 16
104 141.80 141.80 141.77
Est. Vol. 31,478 Vol. 34,649 open int 240,432 1,908

2 YR. TREASURY NOTES (CBOT) $200,000 prinpts & 32nds & a quarter 32nd

per

lb.

149.72
148.85
150.22
149.87
148.12
141.05
139.02
141.15
141.77

+1.05
+0.68
+0.47
+0.32
+0.07
+0.20
+0.02
+0.20
+0.22

Contract
High Low

Oils

LEAN

(CME)

40,000

lbs.

cents

95.35 70.65 Aug 15 15,645 79.92 80.00 78.02


93.25 59.45 Oct 15 89,853 67.05 67.15 64.17
81.25 57.05 Dec 15 50,336 63.10 63.12 60.27
77.10 62.75 Feb 16 25,723 68.35 68.47 66.22
78.00 66.05 Apr 16 16,615 72.32 72.32 71.12
83.90 74.00 Jun 16 6,549 79.85 79.97 79.07
81.50 73.70 Jul 16 1,044 78.92 78.92 78.32
79.25 73.25 Aug 16 550 77.87 78.00 77.35
73.45 64.55 Oct 16
266 66.65 66.65 66.12
67.40 61.00 Dec 16
351 64.17 64.17 63.40
Est. Vol. 29,806 Vol. 36,379 open int 207,229 1,158

per

78.07
64.45
60.70
66.60
71.42
79.42
78.70
78.00
66.62
63.50

lb. 98.11 48.01 Mar 16 67,929 48.84 48.84 48.01 48.59


2.15
2.32
2.12
1.70
1.03
0.45
0.30
...
0.35
1.35

COCOA

4.495 2.589 Sep 15 244,215 2.782 3.824 2.726

(ICE)

10

metric

tons

3386.0 2594.0 Sep 15 65,353 3109.0 3117.0 3054.0


3375.0 2660.0 Dec 15 74,320 3115.0 3126.0 3069.0
3368.0 2650.0 Mar 16 40,370 3113.0 3122.0 3070.0
3363.0 2655.0 May 16 10,389 3115.0 3120.0 3068.0
3350.0 2645.0 Jul 16 8,096 3110.0 3116.0 3065.0
3334.0 2640.0 Sep 16 1,870 3090.0 3099.0 3062.0
3323.0 2635.0 Dec 16 3,450 3058.0 3063.0 3058.0
Est. Vol. 52,683 Vol. 54,457 open int 205,120 5,256

COFFEE

105.09 48.69 Apr 16 24,546 49.35 49.36 48.69 49.17


104.65 49.15 May 16 22,192 49.70 49.76 49.15 49.70
99.05 49.65 Jun 16 89,136 50.38 50.38 49.65 50.20
101.44 50.12 Jul 16 17,891 50.47 50.61 50.12 50.58
94.90 50.70 Aug 16 16,497 50.70 51.04 50.70 50.96
98.35 52.00 Dec 16 128,051 52.66 52.72 52.00 52.63
90.42 54.15 Jun 17 18,813 54.48 54.70 54.23 54.70
90.24 55.85 Dec 17 40,241 56.24 56.64 55.85 56.58
89.33 58.53 Dec 18 18,683 58.62 59.16 58.53 59.16
89.01 60.23 Dec 19 6,644 60.35 60.90 60.35 60.90
Est. Vol. 782,456 Vol. 725,052 open int 1,762,469 +25,946

NATURAL GAS (NYM) 10,000 mm btu's, $

Foods

(ICE)

37,500

lbs.

per

ton 4.403 2.638 Oct 15 153,479 2.805 2.940 2.753

3057.0
3071.0
3072.0
3071.0
3068.0
3066.0
3058.0

cents

63.0
59.0
58.0
56.0
55.0
52.0
98.0

per

232.00 119.85 Sep 15 85,011 125.50 128.45 123.95 124.25


231.50 123.00 Dec 15 61,259 128.50 131.40 127.00 127.35

lb.
1.65
1.65

26.79 22.88 Nov 15 1,731 24.50 24.50 24.48 24.48


Est. Vol. 148 Vol. 129 open int 7,493 +115

0.02

SUGARWORLD 11 (ICE) 112,000 lbs. cents per lb.

EURODOLLARS (IMM) $1 millionpts of 100 pct.


Open
Interest Open High Low Settle Chg. 99.68 98.36 Sep 15 1,213,161 99.61 99.61 99.60 99.61 +0.0050

Open
Contract
Interest Open High Low Settle Chg. High Low

336.30 233.15 Oct 15 2,176 235.75 235.75 234.35 234.50 0.90


335.90 234.70 Nov 15 785 235.90 235.90 234.70 234.90 0.85
343.20 233.50 Dec 15 51,066 236.10 237.00 234.55 234.90 0.95
326.75 235.50 Feb 16
326 236.50 236.50 235.50 235.70 0.90
341.25 235.55 Mar 16 9,319 237.55 237.75 235.55 235.75 1.00
340.65 236.25 May 16 2,247 237.80 238.00 236.25 236.40 1.00
340.05 237.05 Jul 16
979 237.20 237.50 237.05 237.05 1.05
339.45 237.75 Sep 16
298 238.25 238.25 237.75 237.75 1.05
382.95 131.10 Dec 16 1,122 240.15 240.15 238.60 238.60 1.05
FEEDER CATTLE (CME) 50,000 lbs. cents per lb. Est. Vol. 50,755 Vol. 69,184 open int 182,069 +791
237.95 196.67 Aug 15 13,420 214.45 215.45 214.15 214.97 +0.85
236.27 196.02 Sep 15 7,332 211.25 212.00 210.60 211.47 +0.77
235.00 195.00 Oct 15 9,805 209.12 209.85 208.25 209.10 +0.58 LIGHT SWEET CRUDE (NYM) 1,000 bbl. dollars per bbl.
234.00 193.40 Nov 15 5,322 206.82 207.87 206.37 207.12 +0.52 96.32 44.20 Sep 15 483,086 45.16 45.27 44.20 44.66 0.49
214.15 190.05 Jan 16 4,311 201.55 202.60 201.15 201.92 +0.52 96.45 44.63 Oct 15 234,303 45.58 45.69 44.63 45.09 0.46
212.52 194.62 Mar 16 1,716 198.55 199.62 198.20 198.92 +0.42 106.00 45.30 Nov 15 111,582 46.22 46.31 45.30 45.80 0.38
213.07 195.22 Apr 16
312 198.55 199.50 198.55 199.02 +0.47 107.30 46.00 Dec 15 224,618 46.91 46.92 46.00 46.54 0.30
212.45 194.00 May 16 311 198.60 198.60 198.00 198.17 +0.70 97.08 46.75 Jan 16 84,332 47.59 47.63 46.75 47.29 0.23
Est. Vol. 6,316 Vol. 8,411 open int 42,529 +36
95.88 47.39 Feb 16 42,013 48.18 48.19 47.39 47.96 0.16

HOGS

+046
+05

109-24 108-25 Sep 15 1,340,231 109-12 109-15 109-12 109-14 0.00000


109-24 108-25 Dec 15 5,627 109-02 109-04 109-01 109-03 0.00000
Est. Vol. 369,574 Vol. 338,355 open int 1,347,921 2,753

Meats

231.75 131.95 Sep 16 4,073 137.95 140.75 136.70 137.00 1.55


230.45 136.00 Dec 16 6,894 141.05 143.50 139.45 139.80 1.65
683 143.95 146.15 142.35 142.50 1.70
Est.
Vol. 40,073 Vol. 39,176 open int 193,919 1,118
+5.00
+4.00 ORANGE JUICE (ICE) 15,000 lbs. cents per lb.
+4.50 171.75 108.90 Sep 15 6,989 131.95 132.60 130.60 131.45 0.30
+4.25 171.75 110.50 Nov 15 4,811 132.55 132.80 131.55 132.25 0.30
747 133.05 133.60 133.05 133.60 0.30
+4.50 171.75 112.20 Jan 16
+4.75 171.75 114.30 Mar 16 306 135.00 135.35 135.00 135.35 0.25
+4.50 Est. Vol. 2,067 Vol. 2,548 open int 12,854 64

3.00
2.75
3.00
3.00
2.75
3.00
2.25
2.25
2.00
1.75

128-30 122-24 Dec 15 23,068 125-31 126-14 125-30 126-10


Est. Vol. 1,614,620 Vol. 1,292,035 open int 2,903,225 20,413

5 YEAR TREASURY (CBOT) $100,000 prinpts & 32nds & a half 32nd

11.41
11.69
11.99
12.23

SUGAR 16 (ICE) 112,000 lbs. cents per lb.


CORN (CBOT) 5,000 bu minimum cents per bushel 27.00 22.28 Sep 15 1,956 24.40 24.45 24.30 24.30 +0.15
589.25 352.00 Sep 15 418,120 372.50 375.00 369.25 369.75
601.00 362.50 Dec 15 617,120 382.75 385.25 380.00 380.50
512.00 374.00 Mar 16 154,064 394.75 396.00 391.00 391.50
514.25 381.25 May 16 34,361 400.75 402.00 397.50 398.00
597.50 387.75 Jul 16 66,269 405.00 407.00 401.75 402.75
498.75 387.00 Sep 16 17,245 393.25 396.25 391.25 392.00
568.25 389.50 Dec 16 64,770 398.75 400.25 395.50 396.50
455.00 400.00 Mar 17 2,181 408.25 408.25 406.75 406.75
460.00 408.50 May 17 928 414.75 414.75 413.25 413.25
503.50 410.25 Jul 17
883 419.75 419.75 418.75 418.75
Est. Vol. 567,742 Vol. 349,954 open int 1,377,849 +9,813

Open
Interest Open High Low Settle Chg.

14.10 9.530 Sep 15 6,633 11.53 11.53


13.10 9.780 Nov 15 2,157 11.73 11.77
12.40 10.21 Jan 16
582 12.00 12.00
12.29 10.28 Mar 16
12 12.29 12.29
Est. Vol. 4,314 Vol. 344 open int 9,384 34

WHEAT (CBOT) 5,000 bu minimum cents per bushel 230.00 139.10 Mar 17
763.00 469.25 Sep 15 190,593 502.00 514.00 498.25
772.00 485.75 Dec 15 148,127 507.50 516.75 502.75
769.00 502.75 Mar 16 50,080 514.25 523.25 509.00
765.75 507.50 May 16 12,878 518.75 527.50 518.00
732.00 510.50 Jul 16 19,320 521.50 530.50 516.25
654.50 521.75 Sep 16 1,031 532.00 537.25 532.00
665.50 532.00 Dec 16 2,424 539.25 548.25 539.25
Est. Vol. 363,142 Vol. 137,650 open int 425,240 +5,260

Contract
High Low

ROUGH RICE (CBOT) 2,000 CWT dollars per CWT

Open
230.75 126.60 Mar 16 19,767 132.20 134.75 130.50 130.75 1.65
Interest Open High Low Settle Chg. 231.00 128.80 May 16 11,750 134.15 136.75 132.70 132.90 1.65
For Thursday, August 6, 2015
231.20 130.40 Jul 16 3,922 136.45 138.75 134.75 135.00 1.55

Grains

INVESTORS.COM

Open
Interest Open High Low Settle Chg.

4.403 2.750 Nov 15 111,139 2.900 3.033 2.850


4.512 2.815 Dec 15 76,525 3.057 3.101 3.014
4.570 2.815 Jan 16 95,313 3.161 3.204 3.114
4.557 2.815 Feb 16 20,272 3.145 3.194 3.116
4.490 2.815 Mar 16 50,718 3.106 3.148 3.070
4.340 2.815 Apr 16 51,951 2.950 2.986 2.920
4.340 2.815 May 16 20,598 2.947 2.979 2.924
4.340 2.933 Jun 16 16,796 2.970 3.003 2.950
4.340 2.980 Jul 16 14,986 3.000 3.032 2.980
4.340 2.992 Aug 16 14,776 3.017 3.042 2.998
4.340 2.987 Sep 16 7,324 3.010 3.033 2.989
4.340 2.950 Oct 16 18,271 3.042 3.065 3.021
4.365 3.050 Nov 16 5,557 3.115 3.146 3.105
4.535 3.050 Dec 16 8,674 3.282 3.307 3.276
4.686 3.210 Jan 17 8,876 3.390 3.423 3.213
4.666 3.210 Feb 17 3,061 3.390 3.413 3.213
4.606 3.210 Mar 17 5,671 3.335 3.351 3.213
4.430 3.085 Apr 17 5,227 3.103 3.230 3.100
4.430 3.080 May 17 2,238 3.213 3.230 3.095
4.430 3.103 Jun 17 2,010 3.213 3.230 3.118
4.450 3.131 Jul 17 1,758 3.145 3.230 3.145
4.435 3.146 Aug 17 1,813 3.213 3.230 3.162
4.430 3.136 Sep 17 1,813 3.213 3.230 3.152
4.454 3.162 Oct 17 1,617 3.175 3.230 3.175
4.538 3.210 Nov 17 1,542 3.213 3.258 3.213
4.718 3.210 Dec 17 3,668 3.213 3.422 3.213
4.860 3.295 Jan 18 1,210 3.538 3.540 3.538
4.976 3.295 Dec 18 1,411 3.480 3.480 3.480
Est. Vol. 380,053 Vol. 388,814 open int 963,459 10,137

0.13
0.11
0.09
0.07
0.05
0.02
+0.11
+0.28
+0.39
+0.50
+0.50

334.41 151.20 Jan 16 30,075 161.26 161.77 159.45


293.28 160.77 Feb 16 19,667 161.40 162.68 160.83
291.38 160.23 Mar 16 25,626 161.50 162.56 160.23
289.34 160.00 Apr 16 12,961 161.00 162.04 160.00
287.74 160.50 May 16 6,412 161.50 162.42 160.50
286.54 88.50 Jun 16 21,573 163.00 163.55 161.26
285.74 163.37 Jul 16 3,701 164.00 164.84 163.37
285.04 165.00 Aug 16 3,768 165.75 166.60 165.00
288.16 165.75 Sep 16 3,256 167.75 168.47 167.25
285.92 171.21 Dec 16 17,140 172.75 173.48 171.21
Est. Vol. 174,842 Vol. 113,742 open int 412,251 +2,278

161.33
162.28
162.21
161.64
162.22
163.20
164.84
166.60
168.47
173.22

+0.35
+0.30
+0.30
+0.30
+0.24
+0.21
+0.25
+0.28
+0.32
+0.51

NY HARBOR GAS BLEND (NYM) 42,000 gallons dollars per gallon


2.815 1.2280 Sep 15 108,483 1.6718 1.6790 1.6211
2.671 1.3974 Oct 15 67,706 1.4925 1.4991 1.4578
2.641 1.3869 Nov 15 44,238 1.4375 1.4400 1.4070
2.690 1.3707 Dec 15 49,292 1.4081 1.4096 1.3785
Est. Vol. 149,346 Vol. 136,874 open int 372,497 +9,683

1.6478 0.023
1.4785 0.014
1.4248 0.012
1.3946 0.01

Woods And Fibers

99.55 98.06 Dec 15 1,293,853 99.43 99.45 99.43 99.44


99.39 97.76 Mar 16 1,057,774 99.25 99.28 99.25 99.27
99.20 97.47 Jun 16 1,091,183 99.05 99.09 99.05 99.08
99.00 97.20 Sep 16 983,892 98.83 98.89 98.83 98.86
98.79 96.95 Dec 16 1,304,101 98.63 98.67 98.63 98.66
98.63 96.73 Mar 17 727,787 98.45 98.50 98.45 98.48
98.48 96.52 Jun 17 706,931 98.28 98.33 98.28 98.31
98.36 96.33 Sep 17 605,995 98.14 98.18 98.13 98.17
971.23 96.14 Dec 17 688,789 98.00 98.04 97.99 98.03
970.23 70.00 Mar 18 417,590 97.88 97.93 97.87 97.91
969.38 95.83 Jun 18 363,408 97.78 97.83 97.76 97.80
98.06 95.71 Sep 18 255,215 97.67 97.72 97.66 97.70
98.00 95.55 Dec 18 265,413 97.56 97.63 97.56 97.61
97.95 95.43 Mar 19 147,702 97.48 97.55 97.47 97.53
97.90 95.34 Jun 19 172,396 97.40 97.47 97.39 97.44
97.85 95.22 Sep 19 130,188 97.33 97.39 97.31 97.37
97.80 95.22 Dec 19 93,334 97.25 97.31 97.23 97.29
97.75 95.16 Mar 20 56,730 97.17 97.25 97.17 97.22
97.72 95.11 Jun 20 47,233 97.13 97.19 97.11 97.16
Est. Vol. 1,379,839 Vol. 2,748,572 open int 11,836,118 74,413

US DOLLAR INDEX (ICE) 1000 x


LUMBER (CME) 110,000 bd. ft. $ per 1,000 bd. ft. 101.61 84.81 Sep 15 96,285 97.90 98.26 97.68 97.90
369.00 241.80 Sep 15 3,810 261.50 264.50
362.90 246.00 Nov 15 1,771 258.30 261.30
346.40 258.20 Jan 16
336 269.00 269.00
323.00 266.40 Mar 16
25 279.00 279.00
Est. Vol. 751 Vol. 752 open int 5,945 17

COTTON

(ICE)

50,000

260.00
256.50
267.80
275.10

lbs.

260.80
256.80
267.80
275.10

0.50
0.20
1.20
+1.60

102.45 89.57 Dec 15 6,010 98.20 98.58 98.10 98.22


102.38 94.00 Mar 16 416 98.44 98.60 98.44 98.47
Est. Vol. 27,352 Vol. 48,035 open int 102,788 +2,273

+0.015
+0.02
+0.025
+0.03
+0.03
+0.03
+0.03
+0.03
+0.03
+0.03
+0.03
+0.03
+0.035
+0.035
+0.03
+0.035
+0.035
+0.035
+0.035

index
0.13
0.13
0.13

AUSTRALIAN DOLLAR (IMM) 100,000 dollars, $ per A $


0.9242 0.7218 Sep 15 165,765 0.7336 0.7383 0.7301 0.7324 0.0007

cents

per

lb. Est. Vol. 59,370 Vol. 81,506 open int 166,498 1,895
1.25 BRITISH POUND (IMM) 62,500 pounds, $ per pound

86.71 60.15 Oct 15


236 64.75 64.75 63.50 63.50
86.18 61.28 Dec 15 141,810 63.28 63.44 62.10 62.26 1.26 1.7048 1.4591 Sep 15 173,808 1.5598 1.5632 1.5462 1.5513 0.0080
85.85 62.15 Mar 16 30,067 63.28 63.38 62.15 62.35 1.17 Est. Vol. 146,790 Vol. 100,861 open int 174,664 +5,440
82.96 62.54 May 16 2,477 63.50 63.59 62.54 62.80 0.92 CANADIAN DOLLAR (IMM) 100,000 dollars, $ per Cdn. dlr
82.55 62.89 Jul 16 4,122 63.80 63.85 62.89 63.20 0.72 0.9600 0.7566 Sep 15 165,865 0.7586 0.7636 0.7576 0.7620 +0.0040
per mm btu
82.62 61.40 Dec 16 2,234 63.41 63.45 62.55 63.02 0.62 Est. Vol. 44,241 Vol. 62,921 open int 172,812 +2,725
2.813 +0.015
82.78 62.16 Mar 17
27 63.11 63.42 63.11 63.42 +0.06 MEXICAN PESO (IMM) 500,000 pesos, $ per peso
2.835 +0.014
0.0753 0.0604 Sep 15 136,092 0.0609 0.0611 0.0607 0.0611 +0.00024
Est. Vol. 39,315 Vol. 13,097 open int 180,979 +1,173
2.930 +0.016
Est. Vol. 28,191 Vol. 36,804 open int 188,823 2,264
3.081 +0.012
JAPANESE YEN (IMM) 12.5 million yen, $ per 100 yen
3.184 +0.009
1.0502 0.7957 Sep 15 264,088 0.8011 0.8031 0.8004 0.8021 +0.0010
INDEX (CME) 250 x index
3.178 +0.010 S&P COMP.
Est. Vol. 87,652 Vol. 145,305 open int 266,322 +13,667
3.133 +0.010 2125.5 1599.3 Sep 15 105,889 2096.5 2098.9 2070.2 2079.5 14.3 SWISS FRANC (IMM) 125,000 francs, $ per franc
2.973 +0.012 2116.8 1580.3 Dec 15 2,505 2089.0 2089.0 2062.0 2071.7 14.3 1.1855 0.9849 Sep 15 37,627 1.0220 1.0248 1.0165 1.0204 0.0015
2.970 +0.012 2111.3 1800.6 Mar 16 170 2083.7 2083.7 2056.7 2066.4 14.3 Est. Vol. 16,468 Vol. 19,592 open int 38,094 +695
2.996 +0.012 2106.6
... Jun 16
540 2078.5 2078.5 2051.5 2061.2 14.3 EURO

125,000
Euros,
$
per
Euro
3.026 +0.011 Est. Vol. 3,055 Vol. 4,467 open int 109,105 474
1.3956 1.0494 Sep 15 362,977 1.0906 1.0950 1.0879 1.0926 +0.0025
3.037 +0.011 S&P
MINI
INDEX
(CME)

50
x
index 1.3974 1.0520 Dec 15 9,180 1.0922 1.0964 1.0898 1.0943 +0.0025
3.030 +0.012 2126.3 1795.8 Sep 15 2,656,916 2094.0 2099.3 2070.0 2079.5 14.3 Est. Vol. 142,943 Vol. 239,666 open int 373,050 +5,165
3.062 +0.012 2118.8 1785.0 Dec 15 34,933 2087.0 2091.0 2062.5 2071.7 14.3 30 DAY FEDERAL FUNDS (CBOT) $5 million pts. of 100 pct.
3.142 +0.011 2111.3 1948.3 Mar 16 2,723 2078.8 2085.5 2057.8 2066.4 14.3 99.87 98.88 Aug 15 138,467 99.87 99.87 99.86 99.86
...
3.307 +0.011 Est. Vol. 802,585 Vol. 1,388,965 open int 2,694,834 17,038
99.86 98.81 Sep 15 75,368 99.81 99.81 99.81 99.81
...
3.422 +0.011 MINI DOW JONES (CBOT) $5 x DJIA index 99.83 98.73 Oct 15 145,215 99.75 99.76 99.75 99.75
...
3.413 +0.011 18243 15760 Sep 15 94,475 17480 17513 17305 17368 7.00 99.81 98.61 Nov 15 137,969 99.72 99.73 99.72 99.72
...
...
3.350 +0.008 18124 16842 Dec 15
383 17393 17403 17217 17293 +2.00 99.76 98.56 Dec 15 59,521 99.67 99.68 99.67 99.67
...
3.100 +0.015 17823 17092 Jun 16
3 17092 17092 17092 17092 35.0 99.72 98.47 Jan 16 110,850 99.61 99.63 99.61 99.61
99.68 98.34 Feb 16 53,061 99.56 99.58 99.56 99.58 +0.01
3.095 +0.015 Est. Vol. 131,688 Vol. 129,643 open int 94,864 1,468
99.58
98.15
Apr
16
22,864
99.45
99.47
99.45
99.47
+0.015
3.118 +0.015 RUSSELL 1000 Mini
(ICE) $50 x index
99.56 98.02 May 16 14,946 99.41 99.43 99.40 99.42 +0.02
3.147 +0.016
1185.4 1133.2 Sep 15 7,440 1169.0 1169.0 1154.2 1160.5 7.60
Est. Vol. 186,760 Vol. 136,213 open int 817,843 +20,907
3.162 +0.016
Est. Vol. 856 Vol. 893 open int 7,440 40
3.152 +0.016
NIKKEI
225
AVGS.
(CME)

$5
x
nsa
3.180 +0.016
20990 14855 Sep 15 54,777 20755 20815 20585 20655 120.0 Futures Tables & Charts Footnotes:
3.258 +0.014
Est. Vol. 13,961 Vol. 13,986 open int 55,385 +191
CBOT: Chicago Board of Trade. CME: Chicago Mercantile
3.422 +0.014
Exchange. CMX: Comex division of Nymex. IMM: International
3.540 +0.012
Monetary Market at CME. KBOT: Kansas City Board of Trade. NYBT:
3.480 +0.004

Indexes

Financials

US TREASURY BONDS (CBOT) $100,000 prin pts & 32nds of 100 pct N.Y. Board of Trade. NYM: N.Y. Mercantile Exchange. CME market
data is the property of Chicago Mercantile Exchange Inc. and its
cents per gal 169-07 147-11 Sep 15 521,486 155-23 157-03 155-14 156-23 +102 licensors. All rights reserved.
152.76 154.99 +1.14 163-12 145-30 Dec 15 3,247 154-10 155-19 154-03 155-08 +102 Charts: Daily future prices are displayed with price momentum
154.32 156.32 +0.85 Est. Vol. 364,458 Vol. 261,450 open int 524,733 1,435
and volume. Price momentum equals rate of change of high, low
156.03 157.92 +0.68 10 YEAR TREASURY (CBOT) $100,000 prinpts & 32nds & a half 32nd and close for last 14 days. Change of short-term price direction
157.70 159.60 +0.49 129-31 122-11 Sep 15 2,880,157 126-24 127-04 126-21 127-00 +084 may be indicated when % F (dark line) crosses % S (thin line).

0.06 HEATING OIL (NYM) 42,000 gal,

20.78 10.64 Oct 15 449,261 10.70 10.84 10.64 10.70


20.13 11.79 Mar 16 220,037 11.95 12.01 11.79 11.83 0.18
20.04 11.90 May 16 49,526 12.08 12.12 11.90 11.94 0.18
19.98 11.98 Jul 16 44,089 12.14 12.19 11.98 12.01 0.18
20.09 12.21 Oct 16 34,583 12.39 12.42 12.21 12.25 0.17
20.34 12.79 Mar 17 16,614 12.99 12.99 12.79 12.85 0.13
20.27 12.98 May 17 3,001 13.03 13.11 12.98 12.99 0.11
18.08 13.36 Oct 17 3,127 13.40 13.47 13.36 13.36 0.10
bushel Est. Vol. 94,370 Vol. 70,835 open int 825,076 +1,035
+1.00
+0.75
+0.25 GOLD (CMX) 100 troy oz. dollars per troy oz.
1384.6 1072.3 Aug 15 3,875 1084.4 1092.2 1083.6 1090.2 +4.50
bushel 1179.5 1073.0 Sep 15 2,523 1084.0 1093.0 1082.7 1089.8 +4.50
6.25 1386.0 1072.8 Oct 15 26,713 1084.0 1093.1 1082.9 1089.8 +4.50
6.75 1442.7 1073.7 Dec 15 310,562 1084.1 1093.3 1082.7 1090.1 +4.50
10.0 1346.5 1077.9 Feb 16 37,273 1085.3 1094.0 1084.5 1091.3 +4.60
10.3 1348.3 1080.9 Apr 16 14,257 1087.4 1092.4 1086.8 1092.4 +4.60
10.0 1452.9 1083.0 Jun 16 8,928 1087.3 1093.8 1087.3 1093.6 +4.50
9.75 1308.2 1085.2 Aug 16 3,051 1091.7 1095.1 1091.7 1095.0 +4.50
9.25 1309.6 1089.6 Oct 16 1,384 1091.7 1096.6 1091.5 1096.6 +4.50
9.50 1474.0 1087.5 Dec 16 10,661 1092.5 1100.8 1092.5 1098.3 +4.50
Est. Vol. 99,563 Vol. 127,614 open int 432,301 6,217

Metals

333.24
333.56
333.99
334.29

152.12 Sep 15
153.84 Oct 15
155.77 Nov 15
87.07 Dec 15

104,303
52,533
44,862
57,561

154.06
155.68
157.17
159.38

164.20
165.50
158.48
160.16

Key Commodity Futures


CORN

Dec 15

PRICE MO %F=9.2

%S=8.6

CLOSE 3.80

OPEN INTEREST 617120


CBOT

CATTLE

SOYBEANS

Nov 15

PRICE MO %F=19.1

%S=16.4

CLOSE 9.43

Oct 15

PRICE MO %F=66.9

%S=71.4

CLOSE

64.45

Oct 15

PRICE MO

%F=6

%S=7.9

CLOSE

10.70

Sep 15

PRICE MO %F=36.2

%S=28.6

Sep 15

PRICE MO %F=7.3

%S=9.3

CLOSE

44.66

Sep 15

PRICE MO %F=35.1

%S=35.2

CLOSE

2.806

OPEN INTEREST 355572


CBOT

Oct 15

PRICE MO %F=66.4

%S=50.5

CLOSE 148.85

OPEN INTEREST 106448


CME

HOGS LEAN
OPEN INTEREST 89853
CME

SOYBEAN MEAL (CBOT) 100 tons dollars per ton MINI GOLD (CBOT) 33.2 troy oz. dollars per troy oz.
405.20 291.10 Aug 15 2,873 354.00 356.00 349.50
398.10 288.10 Sep 15 64,403 343.30 344.30 338.20
389.50 285.90 Oct 15 34,881 334.90 335.30 328.80
388.00 286.00 Dec 15 177,083 332.40 333.60 325.70
386.50 285.80 Jan 16 19,546 330.00 330.80 322.80
384.70 285.90 Mar 16 25,148 325.10 325.80 318.50
384.10 286.20 May 16 25,305 319.40 319.90 313.20
384.10 288.10 Jul 16 18,802 319.20 319.70 313.60
384.10 289.70 Sep 16 3,706 312.70 312.80 309.10
384.10 290.60 Dec 16 6,258 308.20 308.20 301.90
Est. Vol. 142,790 Vol. 95,632 open int 384,421 +3,366

350.10
339.20
329.70
326.30
323.30
319.00
313.80
313.90
309.50
302.20

5.00
4.60
5.40
6.50
6.90
6.30
5.60
5.30
5.20
6.40

1390.6 1075.6 Aug 15


45 1085.6 1090.2
1392.0 1077.7 Oct 15
171 1083.4 1092.0
1429.4 1078.0 Dec 15 1,217 1084.1 1093.5
1914.0 1093.5 Dec 16
10 1093.5 1098.3
Est. Vol. 963 Vol. 963 open int 1,507 +61

1082.0
1083.4
1082.4
1093.5

1090.2
1089.3
1088.1
1098.3

+4.50
+4.00
+2.50
+4.50

PLATINUM (NYM) 50 troy oz. dollars per troy oz.


1485.7 945.40 Oct 15 73,620 950.00 959.10 946.00 956.00
1293.4 947.20 Jan 16 6,054 952.00 958.50 947.70 957.20
1266.3 951.30 Apr 16
58 954.90 958.80 951.30 958.80
Est. Vol. 11,265 Vol. 8,380 open int 79,733 5

+5.10
+5.20
+5.20

SOYBEAN OIL (CBOT) 60,000 lbs cents per lb 910.00 586.55 Sep 15 33,150 591.95 602.50 591.95 599.80
46.37 29.51 Sep 15 60,198 29.75 29.99 29.58
46.29 29.64 Oct 15 32,301 29.86 30.10 29.70
46.29 29.79 Dec 15 189,076 30.02 30.31 29.88
43.07 30.09 Jan 16 31,555 30.30 30.55 30.16
43.07 30.26 Mar 16 22,139 30.48 30.72 30.33
43.07 30.38 May 16 20,977 30.60 30.79 30.47
46.29 30.50 Jul 16 13,892 30.72 30.93 30.59
43.07 30.57 Aug 16 2,855 30.79 30.95 30.76
43.07 30.60 Sep 16 2,228 30.97 30.97 30.78
46.29 30.48 Dec 16 4,284 30.73 30.98 30.67
Est. Vol. 152,850 Vol. 92,432 open int 382,888 +4,261

29.75
29.86
30.07
30.32
30.50
30.61
30.73
30.76
30.78
30.80

+0.02
+0.02
+0.03
+0.02
+0.02
+0.01
+0.01
+0.01
+0.02
+0.05

481.50 Sep 15 103,201


501.50 Dec 15 55,850
515.25 Mar 16 22,153
525.00 May 16 5,844
533.50 Jul 16 13,350

488.50
509.50
522.25
533.25
541.50

495.50
516.25
529.75
539.00
548.25

485.00
505.00
519.00
533.00
538.00

Flourhard winter KC cwt


Coffee paranaexdock NYper lb.
Coffee medlinexdock NY per lb.
Cocoa beansIvory Coast $metric ton
Cocoa butter African styl $ metton
HogsIowa/Minn barrows & gilts wtd av
Feeder cattle 500600 lb Okl av cwt
Porkloins 1319 lb FOB Omaha av cwt

Grains

PRICE MO %F=43.3

%S=36.7

CLOSE 124.25

SUGAR-WORLD 11
OPEN INTEREST 449261
ICE

SILVER (CMX) 5,000 troy oz. cents per troy oz.


2328.3 1433.0 Sep 15 113,664 1454.5 1473.5 1449.0
1497.5 1449.0 Oct 15
15 1455.5 1469.7 1455.5
2506.3 1439.0 Dec 15 44,598 1460.0 1477.0 1455.5
2183.5 1450.0 Jan 16 1,501 1473.0 1475.0 1473.0
2185.2 1447.0 Mar 16 9,277 1460.5 1480.5 1460.5
Est. Vol. 41,212 Vol. 43,796 open int 184,211 1,637

MINI SILVER

(CBOT)

1,000

1467.7
1469.7
1472.6
1474.3
1477.6

...
+0.25
+0.25
...
+0.25

1,236 1466.5 1474.6 1449.9 1466.5


410 1461.9 1478.7 1460.2 1472.6
2185.2 1450.0 Mar 16
17 1475.0 1477.6 1475.0 1477.6
Est. Vol. 312 Vol. 279 open int 1,677 +28

08/06
14.35
1.2474
1.4397
3519
6225
74.72
246.75
113.63

339.85 233.00 Aug 15 2,002 235.60 236.35 234.55 234.80


341.55 232.15 Sep 15 110,696 235.15 236.15 233.60 234.10

Dec 15

PRICE MO %F=22.1

%S=20.5

CLOSE 1090.10

OPEN INTEREST 310562


CMX

SILVER

CLOSE 14.67

OPEN INTEREST 113664


CMX

+11.2
+12.5
+12.7

0.50
0.75

.30

.30

.7118
Copper Cathodefull plate
2.3456
SilverHandy &Harman
14.665
Molybdenum permetric ton LME
13,700
Platinumper troyoz. Handy &Harman 948.00
PlatinumMerc spot per troyoz.
956.00

.7155
2.3656
14.540
13,700
951.00
950.90

Metals
Wed Aluminum perlb LME
08/05
14.35
1.2474
1.4397
3519
6225
77.15
246.75
111.79

GOLD

oz.

HI GRADE COPPER (CMX) 25,000 lbs. cents per lb.

Soybeanoil crude Decaturlb.

Thu

+12.4
+12.4
+12.5
+12.6
+12.7

oz. cents per

2226.3 1432.7 Sep 15

489.50
510.00
523.50
533.25
542.25

Spot Prices
Food

Sep 15

OPEN INTEREST 85011


ICE

+6.80
+6.80

832.65 590.00 Dec 15 4,394 592.45 601.45 592.45 600.40


Est. Vol. 3,530 Vol. 4,157 open int 37,585 +14

WHEAT (CBOT) 5,000 bu minimum cents per bushel 2495.8 1441.0 Dec 15
815.00
824.25
...
818.00
749.00

COFFEE C

PALLADIUM (NYM) 100 troy oz dollars per oz

HI GRADE COPPER

Sep 15

PRICE MO %F=13.3

%S=15.6

CLOSE 234.10

OPEN INTEREST 110696


CMX

LIGHT SWEET CRUDE


OPEN INTEREST 483086
NYM

Gold
Londonmorning fixing
Londonafternoon fixing
NYHandy &Harman
NYEngelhard
NYMerc. spot month

1085.00
1089.75
1089.75
1089.75
1090.20

Corn No. 2 yellow Chi processorbid


3.77 3.80 Textiles & Fibers
60.21
Soybeans No. 1 yellow
10.03 10.13 Cotton 1116 in. strict low middling
SoybeanMeal Cen Ill 48pct proteinton 378.60 378.60 Coal Central Appalachia $ pershort ton 49.95
Wheat No. 2 Chi soft
5.17
5.12 Raw Products
2.763
Wheat N. 1 dk 14pcproMpls.
6.08 6.15 NaturalGas HenryHub, $ per mmbtu
OatsNo. 2 heavy or Better
2.56
2.55 aAsked, bBid, nNormal, rRevised,
Corn oilcrude wet/dry mill Chi. lb.
.41
.41 nqNotQuoted, n.a.Not Available.

off0.10
up4.65 HEATING OIL
up4.65 OPEN INTEREST 104303
NYM
off1.75
up4.50
61.46
49.95
2.855

Sep 15

PRICE MO %F=11.4

%S=10.2

CLOSE 154.99

NATURAL GAS
OPEN INTEREST 244215
NYM

FUTURES & BONDS

INVESTOR'S BUSINESS DAILY

Key Financial And Commodity Futures


S&P COMP. INDEX

Sep 15

PRICE MO

%F=46

%S=52.9

CLOSE 2079.50

OPEN INTEREST 105889


CME

MINI NASDAQ 100 INDE

Sep 15PRICE MO

%F=28.8 %S=43.1

CLOSE4

524.00
OPEN INTEREST 363272
CME

FRIDAY, AUGUST 7, 2015

U.S. Treasuries Rebound;


Brazil Yields Soar To 13.75%
BY BLOOMBERG NEWS

MINI DOW JONES

Sep 15

PRICE MO %F=20.8

%S=29.5

CLOSE 173.68

OPEN INTEREST 94475


CBOT

10 YEAR TREASURY

Sep 15

PRICE MO %F=77.6

%S=76.2

CLOSE 127-00

OPEN INTEREST 264088


IMM

EURO

Sep 15

PRICE MO %F=46.3

%S=56.1

CLOSE 1.5513

Sep 15 PRICE MO %F=17.5


in 100th

%S=20.3

CLOSE 0.8021

Sep 15

PRICE MO %F=33.8

%S=37

CLOSE 1.0926

Dec 15

PRICE MO %F=8.9

%S=16

CLOSE 3071.0

CLOSE 156-23

Sep 15

PRICE MO %F=75.6

%S=70.2

CLOSE

Sep 15
in 10th

PRICE MO %F=26.2

%S=24.3

CLOSE 0.6106

97.90

MEXICAN PESO

SWISS FRANC

Sep 15

PRICE MO %F=8.2

%S=8

CLOSE 1.0204

EURODOLLARS

Dec 16

PRICE MO %F=49.6

%S=53.7

CLOSE

Sep 15

PRICE MO %F=83.5

%S=80.5

CLOSE 131.45

Dec 15

PRICE MO %F=12.7

%S=16

Dec 15

PRICE MO %F=24.7

%S=20.6

CLOSE 326.30

Oct 15

PRICE MO %F=21.4

%S=27.3

CLOSE 956.00

Sep 15

PRICE MO %F=70.2

%S=68.4

CLOSE 20655

Sep 15

PRICE MO %F=56.9

%S=62.6

CLOSE

a setback in Congress that eroded


measures to pare budgets and
avoid a junk credit rating. Swap
rates, a gauge of expectations for
changes in Brazils borrowing
costs, climbed to the highest level
since 2008 after a central bank signal that interest rates will stay at a
nine-year high.
The perception regarding Brazil
just keeps on deteriorating, said
Camila Abdelmalack, an economist
at CM Capital Markets in Sao
Paulo, in an interview. That was a
massive defeat for Rousseff in a
very delicate moment when Brazil
is headed to a harsh contraction.
The currency extended a six-day
slide to 3.5356 per dollar, the lowest level since March 2003. A decrease in real-denominated government bonds pushed 10-year yields
to a record 13.75%.
Rousseffs effort to shore up finances was rebuffed when the
lower house of Congress voted to
approve salary increases for police
chiefs, prosecutors and government attorneys. The government
has struggled to avoid another
downgrade after Standard & Poors
lowered Brazils rating to the cusp
of junk in March 2014. The company last month revised its outlook
for Brazil to negative.

00 Go to investors.com/forex for live


currency quotes, strategies and education.

For Thursday, August 6, 2015


Bonds Summary
Domestic
All Issues
Thu Wed Thu Wed
Issues traded
1
2
1
2
Advances
0
1
0
1
Declines
1
1
1
1
Unchanged
0
0
0
0

98.66

ORANGE JUICE
OPEN INTEREST 6989
ICE

Sep 15

PRICE MO %F=10.5

%S=12.2

CLOSE 1.6478

COTTON 2

CLOSE

62.26

OPEN INTEREST 141810


ICE

Sep 15

PRICE MO %F=14.8

%S=9.7

CLOSE

5.07

OPEN INTEREST 190593


CBOT

SOYBEAN OIL

%S=85.9

Treasuries rose for the first time in


three days as a drop in crude-oil
prices to the lowest level since
March sent inflation expectations
tumbling.
Longer-term securities led gains
as the outlook for inflation dropped
to the least in almost five months.
The decline further complicates
the Federal Reserves quest to raise
interest rates before year-end as inflation expectations decline while
the employment picture strengthens. The monthly U.S. employment
report Friday is forecast to show
job gains of 225,000, based on a
Bloomberg survey of analysts.
Theres still very little inflation,
said Thomas di Galoma, head of
fixed-income rates and credit at
ED&F Man Capital Markets in
New York. Weve been following
the slide in oil.
The Treasury 10-year yield fell
five basis points, or 0.05 percentage point, to 2.22% at 5 p.m. ET, according to Bloomberg Bond Trader
data. The benchmark 2.125% note
maturing in May 2025 rose 13/32,
or $4.06 per $1,000 face amount, to
99-1/8.
The difference between yields on
10-year inflation indexed securities and nominal equivalents, a
gauge for inflation expectations
during the next decade dropped to
1.67 percentage points, reaching
the least since March.
Elsewhere, Brazilian local bond
yields rose to records, the real led
world losses and stocks slumped
on speculation the Latin America
economy will weaken further.
The nations assets declined after
President Dilma Rousseff suffered

OPEN INTEREST 1304101


IMM

OPEN INTEREST 108483


NYM

WHEAT

%F=84

OPEN INTEREST 37627


IMM

OPEN INTEREST 74320


ICE

GAS BLEND

US DOLLAR INDEX

OPEN INTEREST 136092


IMM

OPEN INTEREST 362977


CME

COCOA

PRICE MO

OPEN INTEREST 96285


ICE

OPEN INTEREST 173808


IMM

JAPANESE YEN

Sep 15

OPEN INTEREST 521486


CBOT

OPEN INTEREST 2880157


CBOT

BRITISH POUND

US TREASURY BONDS

B15

SOYBEAN MEAL
OPEN INTEREST 177083
CBOT

Dec 15

PRICE MO

%F=10

%S=11.6

CLOSE

30.07

OPEN INTEREST 189076


CBOT

PLATINUM
OPEN INTEREST 73620
NYM

LUMBER

Sep 15

PRICE MO %F=26.8

%S=17.8

CLOSE 260.80

OPEN INTEREST 3810


CME

CANADIAN DOLLAR

NIKKEI 225 AVGS.


OPEN INTEREST 54777
CME

Sep 15

PRICE MO %F=14.9

OPEN INTEREST 165865


IMM

Money Rates

%S=13.5

CLOSE 0.7620

5 YEAR TREASURY
OPEN INTEREST 2324612
CBOT

1 year .................................................0.63

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

cates of deposit based on the duration of


Rate charged on short-term loans to
Prime Rate: ..................................3.25 brokerage dealers backed by securities. the security.
Base interest rate charged by major U.S.
Jumbo CDs:
commercial banks on loans to corporaFederal Funds Effective Rate: .......0.14
1 month .............................................0.11
tions.
Rates on overnight loans among
3 months ...........................................0.23
financial institutions.
6 months ...........................................0.43
Discount Rate:
1 year .................................................0.66
Primary...................................................0.75 Certificates of Deposit:
Secondary .............................................1.25
Rate charged by Federal Reserve System
on loans to depository institutions

119-15

1 year ................................................. 0.83


The average of rates paid on dollar
deposits.

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STOCK OPTIONS

B16 FRIDAY, AUGUST 7, 2015


Index Options
Closing prices may vary due to after hours settlements/trading.
Last
Last
Last
Last
Last
Last P Strike
P Strike
Last
Last
Last P Strike
C Price Vol. Price Vol. Price Vol. Price C Price Vol. Price Vol. Price Vol. Price C Price Vol. Price Vol. Price Vol. Price

Aug

Sep

Aug

Close 174.20 Oct


p173 240 0 92 10 2 99 .... ....
c174 104 1 70 290 2 90 199 4 05
p174 393 1 31 120 3 45 .... ....
Nasd100
Close 4528.50 Oct
p4125 837 4 08 20 8 66 .... ....
p4150 312 6 09 56 17 74 2 37 64
p4175 852 7 48 46 21 70 4 39 87
p4200 319 8 217 24 20 54 46 96
p4300 271 8 77 91 37 74 .... ....
p4350 504 5 45 80 47 35 1 77 03
p4375 455 6 40 123 52 85 1 79 81
p4400 279 18 82 68 59 02 9 90 42
p4450 535 28 70 22 69 25 .... ....
p4460 356 0 71 .... .... .... ....
p4470 3.6k 46 55 .... .... .... ....
c4475 426 72 92 1120 75 .... ....
p4475 3.6k 48 95 65 57 .... ....
c4480 426 69 07 .... .... .... ....
p4480 285 1 55 17 59 75 .... ....
p4485 299 3 35 10 77 65 .... ....
p4490 317 4 10 10 77 90 .... ....
c4490 431 41 .... .... .... ....
p4500 438 3 65 84 74 32 2 116 64
p4505 222 4 45 .... .... .... ....
p4510 412 7 34 10 87 35 .... ....
p4550 2.1k 23 15 254104 05 5 114 05
c4550 427 4 276 83 30 15 112
p4555 1.9k 26 54 .... .... .... ....
p4560 264 30 52 2 60 10 .... ....
p4570 364 39 52 2113 58 .... ....
p4575 299 50 72 6127 83 .... ....
c4575 3.2k 1 02 59 66 50 22 98 60
c4580 3.0k 0 66 460 44 85 .... ....
c4650 270 2 40 101 37 50 .... ....
c4660 228 0 10 .... .... .... ....
c4675 503 4 28 227 21 09 .... ....
c4700 339 2 35 231 15 17 .... ....
Rus2000
Close 1215.84 Oct
p1000 28 0 19 93 1 09 286 2 54
p1030 3.1k 0 10 29 1 54 31 3 80
p1040 111 0 20 76 1 68 279 4 57
27
p1060 56 0 360 2 403.3k 5 75
p1070 60 0 08 822 2 86 103 6 56
p1080 91 0 55 1.1k 3 283.2k 7 05
p1090 153 0 60 1.4k 3 65 82 8 49
p1100 259 1 11 1.4k 4 36 114 9 16
p1110 78 0 80 882 5 13 42 10 60
p1120 299 2 25 1.0k 6 22 11 76
p1130 550 1 25 566 7 15 148 13 96
p1135 396 1 52 23 3 47 .... ....
p1140 623 1 57 822 8 37 145 15 85
p1145 314 1 92 .... .... .... ....
p1150 662 2 10 519 9 80 84 17 63
p1160 372 2 79 536 11 48 195 19 87
p1165 253 1 32 18 7 29 .... ....
p1170 951 0 05 216 13 57 75 22 37
p1175 1.9k 1 96 14 9 52 .... ....
c1180 3 37 20 492 48 55 13 54 50
p1180 1.1k 2 55 529 15 88 400 24 76
p1185 1.0k 3 14 320 12 74 .... ....
DJ Inds

Sep

Option Totals
Call
Open
Interest

Total
Put
Volume

243,721
2,061,925
1,269,170
618,082
1,275,467
5,468,365 162,008,809

Total
Call
Volume

206,584
2,672,269
1,814,063
519,899
1,247,030
6,459,845

Exchange

Boston
Chicago
ISEC
Nasdaq
Philadelphia
Totals

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

Aug

Aug

0 35

Exp. Strike
Last
Date Price Vol Price

LEAPS
Exp. Strike
Last
Date Price Vol Price

21stCFoxA

pJan17
pJan17
cJan17
cJan17

29.87

28
25
33
40

524
385
476
317

21Vianet

3 50
2 02
2 35
0 77 AT&T Inc
20.41

pJan17 20 500 2 05
Alcoa

9.91

pJan17 10 655
Altria

1 68
55.57

cJan17 55 1.2k 4 55
AmAirlGrp

42.18

cJan17 40 1.3k 8 55
AppldMat

16.85

cJan17 20 910 1 09
Apple

pJan17
cJan17
pJan17
cJan17
cJan17

115.13

110
110
125
100
130

cJan17
pJan17
cJan17
cJan17
pJan17
cJan17

597 13 35
468 18 50
321 22 35
526 24 05
1.9k 10 20

150
115
120
115
105
125

20 Most Active Index Options

p1915
p1920
p1930
p1940
p1945
p1955
p1965
p1970
p1975
p1980
p1990
p1995
p2000
p2005
p2010
p2020
p2030
p2035
p2040
p2045
p2050
p2055
p2060
c2070
p2070
p2080
c2080
p2085
c2085
c2155
c2165
c2170
c2175
c2180
c2185
c2200
c2205
c2210
c2215
c2225
c2235
c2250

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

Sep

no tr 90 1 98 7.1k 2 05
2.0k 0 07 1.6k 0 20 4.2k 0 33
Bk of Am
Close 17.81 Nov
p16 7.0k 0 01 140 0 08 351 0 26
c18 19k 0 04 2.9k 0 40 181 0 74
p19 7.3k 1 18 266 1 33 167 1 54
BlackstGp
Close 38.44 Dec
p34
1 0 03 6.2k 0 25 5 0 96
p37 110 0 47 6.2k 0 67 20 1 88
p38 50 5.0k 0 94 29 1 02 no tr
p39 50 5.0k 1 10 no tr no tr
p40
61 1 70 9 2 42 8.7k 3 60
Brightcove
Close 5.57 Oct
p5
no tr 14k 0 10 no tr
Broadcm
Close 66.39 Nov
p50 10k 1 11 31 2 06 351 3 30
c50
3 0 60 5.0k 1 58 152 2 40
BrookdSL
Close 30.02 Oct
c30 378 0 80 15k 1 45 2.3k 1 75
C&J Engy
Close 9.08 Dec
p10 4.5k 1 64 no tr no tr
CabotOG
Close 25.41 Oct
c27 50 6 0 15 5.2k 0 47 44 0 70
Caterp
Close 77.46 Nov
p74 16k 0 40 132 1 10 no tr
c80 17k 0 59 89 1 42 13 2 62
CblvsnSys
Close 26.53 Dec
c30
85 0 60 5.7k 0 90 no tr
CBS B
Close 52.24 Dec
p48 50 5.0k 0 49 15 0 75 no tr
p50 50 6.3k 0 18 51 2 94 no tr
Cheniere
Close 64.81 Dec
c70
61 1 05 20k 2 15 no tr
ChesEng
Close 8.19 Oct
p6
335 0 08 1.3k 0 41 25k 0 59
p7 1.8k 0 02 4.0k 0 70 653 0 93
p7 50 5.0k 0 57 293 0 75 no tr
c8 5.2k 0 80 5.4k 1 18 871 1 40
p8 7.7k 0 47 7.8k 1 03 115 1 38
p9
374 1 23 347 1 68 4.5k 1 96
c10 323 0 01 8.6k 0 43 379 0 72
Chevron
Close 85.19 Dec
p75 20k 0 21 167 0 49 113 1 94
p80 9.3k 0 53 397 1 26 89 3 30
Cisco
Close 28.21 Oct
p29 4.1k 1 27 292 1 35 141 1 61
CocaCola
Close 41.92 Nov
p40 50 5.6k 0 07 no tr no tr
c42 4.4k 0 40 892 0 62 28 1 11
ComcastA
Close 58.76 Oct
p57 4.5k 0 85 76 1 63 no tr
p57 50 5.5k 0 65 1.5k 1 39 3.7k 1 91
Corning
Close 18.26 Nov
p17 4.6k 0 07 25 0 22 5 0 61
p18 50 10k 0 51 no tr no tr
CVS Health
Close 108.12 Nov
p105 115 0 59 8.0k 1 27 35 2 53
p107 61 0 99 16k 1 63 no tr
p110 156 2 55 8.0k 2 70 20 3 85
Disney
Close 108.55 Oct
c5
c8

Aug

Sep

0 04 15k 0 21 168 0 40
0 33 24k 0 79 1.5k 1 38
0 31 no tr no tr
0 50 11 1 70 no tr
0 08 10k 1 86 1.3k 2 63
2 75 327 4 70 no tr
1 84 168 3 67 no tr
0 99 193 3 30 no tr
0 56 73 3 50 no tr
2 83 730 3 93 749 4 74
0 25 7.3k 2 61 6.2k 3 55
0 29 7.5k 1 4.4k 1 69
DllrTree
Close 77.60 Nov
p75 11k 1 21 633 1 55 555 3
EOG Res
Close 77.68 Oct
p76 5.4k 1 92 1 2 99 no tr
ExxonMob
Close 78.09 Oct
05
p76 4.4k 0 10 1 26 no tr
Facebook
Close 95.12 Dec
p93 5.3k 1 43 243 2 37 no tr
c94 50 4.3k 1 10 20 3 70 no tr
p94 7.4k 0 26 84 2 99 no tr
p94 50 4.4k 2 01 12 3 no tr
c95 50 6.5k 2 21 124 3 no tr
p95 7.5k 2 22 3.0k 3 75 422 7 50
p95 50 4.8k 0 83 59 3 30 no tr
c95 15k 0 72 3.3k 3 95 549 7 75
c96 50 8.5k 0 23 91 2 99 no tr
p96 6.4k 1 20 68 3 87 no tr
c96 14k 0 35 184 2 99 no tr
c97 50 9.5k 0 09 3.7k 2 86 448 6 46
c97 14k 0 15 111 3 80 no tr
p97 9.5k 2 15 75 4 65 no tr
p97 50 5.4k 2 65 377 5 15 62 8 60
c98 50 4.0k 0 05 226 2 35 no tr
p98 5.6k 1 05 71 3 85 no tr
c98 17k 0 06 171 2 43 no tr
c99 7.4k 0 04 22 1 95 no tr
c100 13k 0 81 9.2k 2 05 364 5 50
FrptMcM
Close 11.21 Nov
c11 50 5.1k 0 10 106 0 77 no tr
FTDJIntnt
Close 72.28 Oct
p65
no tr no tr 19k 0 90
Gen El
Close 26.03 Dec
p26 17k 0 33 715 0 45 7 1 14
GenMotors
Close 31.86 Dec
p30 50 7.7k 0 26 48 0 43 no tr
c31 460 0 77 10k 1 47 1 1 73
Gilead
Close 115.30 Nov
p105 12k 0 25 169 1 06 54 3 20
p110 992 0 84 12k 2 10 483 4 85
p113 974 1 07 24k 2 60 no tr
p117 743 2 27 12k 4 40 no tr
GoDaddy
Close 26.22 Nov
p27 4.6k 1 23 32 1 45 no tr
GolarLNG
Close 39.50 Dec
p35 5.1k 0 69 64 1 65 no tr
GoPro
Close 62.88 Oct
p55
77 0 01 33 1 26 4.7k 1 75
p65
30 2 70 75 5 45 6.6k 6 75

p90
p100
p101
p102
p105
c106
c107
c108
c109
p110
c110
c115

Exp. Strike
Last
Date Price Vol Price

940 5 45 cJan17 22 493 0 67


830 16 15 BlackBerry
7.66
2.1k 13 80 cJan17 10 765 0 78
1.5k 16 05 CabotOG
25.41
563 11 15 pJan17 22 50 635 2 95
1.5k 11 88 CarMax
62.10
34.24 cJan17 70 4.1k 6 70
562 1 32 Celgene
128.05
669 2 73 cJan17 115 847 27
996 3 15 CenturLink
27.93
16.28 pJan17 20 619 2
671 0 23 pJan17 23 433 3 10
1.7k 2 04 cJan17 45 1.6k 0 10
1.1k 0 91 ChesEng
8.19
353 0 70 cJan17 18 580 0 75
7.6k 5 03 cJan17 10 810 2 20
8.68 pJan17 10 389 4 35
360 1 95 pJan17 3 481 0 71

125
1.0k
6.1k
7.7k
15k
4.5k
4.6k
7.6k
5.9k
7.1k
7.5k
4.2k

Exp. Strike
Last
Date Price Vol Price

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

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

Aug

Exp. Strike
Last
Date Price Vol Price

cJan17 52 50 345 3 85 pJan17 13


107.25 cJan17 23
pJan17 110 500 6 30 ExxonMob
DiscovFn
53.59 cJan17 77 50
cJan17 70 554 1 35 cJan17 85
108.55 Facebook

Disney

Aug

Close 4.68 Oct


p4 50 5.4k 0 23 137 0 33 6 0 40
p4 4.6k 0 07 2.1k 0 11 no tr
c5 5.2k 0 22 1.1k 0 29 1.7k 0 38
HartfdFn
Close 47.69 Dec
p43 10k 0 20 no tr no tr
HorizPhma
Close 32.73 Nov
c34 4.3k 1 45 37 2 29 no tr
Huntsman
Close 18.00 Nov
p16
no tr no tr 11k 0 66
p18 15k 0 57 62 0 96 516 1 15
05
c20
2 0 no tr 14k 0 47
c22 14k 0 04 no tr no tr
IAC Inter
Close 74.28 Oct
c80
57 0 45 no tr 4.2k 1 74
Intel
Close 29.01 Oct
p25
no tr
3 0 06 5.2k 0 21
p30
70 1 12 6.3k 1 41 425 1 76
IntgDv
Close 19.78 Nov
p20 4.0k 0 80 no tr no tr
iSh20 TB
Close 122.73 Dec
p122 16k 1 02 143 2 29 6 4 70
iShBrazil
Close 27.21 Dec
p22
no tr no tr 10k 0 65
p26 7.1k 0 50 2.7k 0 89 153 1 76
50
67
c27 2.1k 0 179 1 18 30k 2 13
p29 799 2 07 85 2 50 25k 3 30
c30 50 25 0 03 no tr 30k 1 01
p30 102 2 96 6.0k 3 15 no tr
p31 50 1 4 17 16k 4 50 no tr
c32
no tr 75 0 14 10k 0 70
iShEmMkt
Close 36.32 Dec
p32 28k 0 08 25k 0 17 no tr
p34 56k 0 17 1.5k 0 38 no tr
p34 50 82 0 24 15k 0 49 no tr
p35 10k 0 22 2.7k 0 61 no tr
p35 50 7.2k 0 05 315 0 63 no tr
c36 50 5.3k 0 49 1.7k 0 97 no tr
p36 28k 0 60 5.2k 0 91 15k 1 69
p37 3.0k 0 73 4.0k 1 42 no tr
c37 14k 0 20 122 0 72 19k 1 43
c38 50 11 0 05 108 0 26 5.0k 0 84
iShiBxHYB
Close 86.98 Dec
p85
no tr 6.3k 0 78 2 2 20
p86 50 11k 0 53 no tr no tr
p87 444 0 75 5.0k 1 50 10 3 32
c87
20 0 63 5.0k 0 85 no tr
iShMexico
Close 55.78 Dec
p55 4.0k 0 50 269 1 15 no tr
iShR2000G
Close 151.59 Nov
p140 no tr 4.0k 0 90 17 2 65
p148 no tr 4.2k 2 50 no tr
iShRlEst
Close 74.49 Dec
p71 50 4.9k 0 10 70 0 35 no tr
p74 4.8k 1 02 7.0k 2 01 4 2 65
iShRs2000
Close 120.67 Nov
p107 312 0 06 16k 0 30 no tr
p108 18 0 07 4.5k 0 55 26 1 16
p112 4.3k 0 12 1.8k 0 69 47 2 07
p114 625 0 24 4.6k 0 56 22 2 82
p115 2.5k 0 28 44k 1 14 160 2 84
p116 6.7k 0 39 13k 1 33 no tr
p117 69k 0 50 23k 1 56 208 3 72
p118 11k 0 75 35k 1 80 no tr
p119 12k 0 11 1.7k 2 16 64 3 65
p119 50 8.1k 1 15 14 1 60 no tr
p120 49k 1 34 5.6k 2 49 323 4 46
c120 50 4.0k 0 59 64 2 57 no tr
p120 50 11k 1 48 39 3 14 no tr
c120 6.4k 0 92 1.5k 2 93 158 4 34
p121 30k 1 73 4.3k 2 85 9 5 25
c121 7.7k 0 38 1.6k 2 43 52 4 01
p121 50 6.8k 1 11 3.5k 2 42 no tr
c121 50 10k 0 23 51 1 63 no tr
p122 11k 2 24 18k 3 39 1.6k 4 88
c122 12k 0 09 16k 1 86 1.5k 3 22
c122 50 7.6k 0 05 318 1 43 no tr
p122 50 4.0k 1 95 17 2 64 no tr
c123 16k 0 46 14k 1 42 no tr
p123 4.1k 2 37 1.5k 3 82 no tr
c125 1.8k 0 10 9.7k 0 97 44 2 04
c126 1.6k 0 06 14k 0 48 19 1 59
c128 257 0 01 13k 0 17 106 1 08
p130
4 9 26 17k 9 57 no tr
c130 45 0 01 18k 0 07 no tr
iShsChi25
Close 40.11 Nov
p38 1.4k 0 25 8.0k 0 72 200 1 36
p38 50 15k 0 32 1.0k 0 85 no tr
46
p39 5.0k 0 38 1 02 no tr
c40 5.6k 0 93 177 1 51 no tr

CurShEuro

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

Sep

Groupon

50.28 ENSCO

ConocPhil

cJan17
cJan17
cJan17
cJan17
pJan17
pJan17
cJan17
cJan17
cJan17
pJan17
cJan17
cJan17
pJan17
cJan17

140
110
180
105
95
105
120
160
130
87 50
100
125
100
115

Aug
Aug
Aug
Aug
Aug
Aug
Sep
Sep
Sep
Aug
Aug
Aug
Sep
Aug
Sep
Sep
Aug
Aug
Aug
Sep

2135
2145
2055
2080
2060
2115
2075
1810
2205
2120
2040
2030
2165
2100
1970
2075
2050
2010
2075
2000

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

Index
Price

Optn
Price

Optn
Chg.

Vol

2083.56
2083.56
2083.56
2083.56
2083.56
2083.56
2083.56
2083.56
2083.56
2083.56
2083.56
2083.56
2083.56
2083.56
2083.56
2083.56
2083.56
2083.56
2083.56
2083.56

0.48
0.20
0.85
6.55
1.65
0.30
35.90
2.85
0.90
0.20
0.25
0.20
4.80
2.00
14.06
37.60
0.65
2.25
4.20
15.70

0.52
0.25
+ 0.35
+ 4.02
+ 0.95
1.70
+ 9.07
+ 0.55
0.75
0.80
..
..
2.10
6.00
+ 3.81
8.40
+ 0.30
+ 1.25
+ 2.35
+ 4.57

23759
19132
17369
16845
16588
14167
13126
13122
13122
12620
12509
12211
12171
12147
12137
11969
11376
11215
11030
10973

20 Most Active Stock Options

17.17

1.0k 2 10
1.0k 1 95
78.09

1.0k 6
608 3 10
95.12

Sep

12k 0 79 109 1 40 no tr
15k 0 04 no tr 161 0 35
JD.com
Close 32.81 Dec
p33 50 5.2k 1 88 no tr no tr
c36 6.5k 0 55 304 1 no tr
JPAlerian
Close 34.94 Dec
p34
10 0 50 15k 1 24 no tr
p38 10k 3 no tr no tr
JPMorgCh
Close 68.25 Dec
c67 50 5.2k 1 38 1.2k 2 03 48 3 21
KindMorg
Close 32.69 Dec
32
p30 138 0 6.4k 0 59 150 1 33
LendingCl
Close 14.03 Oct
p12 5.0k 0 10 10 0 35 no tr
p15 5.1k 1 30 1 1 95 no tr
Macys
Close 67.45 Nov
p63 50 10 0 35 12k 1 no tr
MarvellT
Close 12.44 Nov
c13 342 0 45 5.9k 0 69 88 0 88
MelcoCrn
Close 22.31 Oct
c21 6.0k 1 40 15 1 88 no tr
c22 4.0k 0 45 11 1 44 35 1 90
c25
2 0 10 18k 0 45 50 0 75
MemRsDv
Close 17.63 Nov
p20
40 3 no tr 6.0k 2 90
MGM Mir
Close 21.99 Dec
97
c19 5.0k 2 no tr 11 3 90
Microsft
Close 46.62 Oct
p46 50 9.7k 0 54 137 1 18 no tr
p48 6.0k 1 53 187 2 24 68 2 59
MKorsHld
Close 43.77 Nov
c41 4.9k 2 68 3 3 70 no tr
MktVGold
Close 13.36 Dec
c13 50 23k 0 14 2.5k 0 92 136 1 47
MktVRus
Close 16.47 Nov
p16 20k 0 26 485 0 56 16 1 01
Mobileye
Close 59.11 Dec
p61 4.0k 4 70 no tr no tr
Mondelez
Close 46.81 Dec
c45 301 2 04 7.9k 2 90 268 3 55
MorgStan
Close 38.93 Oct
50
34
p38 5.4k 0 no tr no tr
p39 7.5k 0 40 13 1 15 33 1 50
MV OilSvc
Close 31.59 Dec
c32 19k 0 48 144 1 23 no tr
c32 50 17k 0 54 5 0 60 no tr
c33 4.6k 0 37 22 0 74 no tr
MV Semic
Close 51.37 Dec
p53 13k 1 81 51 2 30 no tr
Mylan
Close 55.40 Oct
p53 50 7.5k 0 25 1 1 71 no tr
Netflix
Close 126.45 Dec
p120 7.6k 0 17 1.3k 4 91 408 12 45
p122 4.7k 0 32 65 4 54 no tr
p123 6.3k 0 45 190 5 26 no tr
p124 5.0k 0 68 16 5 47 no tr
c125 7.6k 2 39 4.6k 8 73 no tr
p125 9.8k 0 93 1.7k 7 20 no tr
c126 10k 1 85 153 7 10 no tr
p126 4.3k 1 40 58 6 40 no tr
c127 8.3k 1 39 253 6 20 no tr
c128 7.8k 0 97 1.4k 5 90 no tr
c129 6.7k 0 69 117 5 86 no tr
c130 10k 0 70 3.7k 6 40 720 14 20
c131 4.5k 0 34 19 4 35 no tr
c135 4.1k 2 26 1.0k 4 67 27 11 52
NoahHldg
Close 25.12 Dec
p22 50 4.7k 0 25 4 1 15 no tr
NthStAsMg
Close 19.37 Dec
c20 1.6k 0 30 5.5k 0 70 no tr
NuanceCm
Close 17.95 Oct
c18 150 0 64 8 0 77 7.4k 0 95
Nvidia
Close 20.45 Oct
50
38
p19 27k 0 no tr no tr
p19 4.1k 0 23 2.9k 0 62 109 0 67
c20 209 1 04 30k 1 34 19 1 49
c21 12k 0 67 1.8k 0 86 22 0 88
Orexigen
Close 4.17 Oct
p3 50 14k 0 10 no tr no tr
ParkHan
Close 111.02 Nov
p110 4.3k 2 05 113 3 40 2 5 80
PatternEn
Close 21.95 Dec
p20 4.0k 0 30 152 0 50 11 1 10
Petrobrs
Close 6.49 Oct
p6 2.2k 0 05 16k 0 39 92 0 53
Pfizer
Close 35.17 Dec
p34 1.2k 0 15 45k 0 40 1 1 03
p35 2.3k 0 45 24k 0 71 21 1 50
c37 352 0 05 15k 0 18 4 0 70
PS USDBul
Close 25.56 Dec
p40
c47

Exp. Strike
Last
Date Price Vol Price

iShRs2000
Aug 120 Put
SPDR
Aug 210 Call
SPDR
Aug 195 Put
iShRs2000
Sep 115 Put
Apple
Aug 115 Call
SPDR
Aug 210 Put
WellsFrgo
Oct
60 Call
SPDR
Aug 210 Call
SPDR
Aug 200 Put
PwNasd100
Aug 105 Put
P Strike
Last
Last
Last Nvidia
Sep
20 Call
C Price Vol. Price Vol. Price Vol. Price
iShBrazil
Dec
30 Call
Aug
Sep
Apple
Aug 115 Put
c25 10k 0 57 70 0 65 3.6k 0 86 SPDR
Aug 205 Put
PwNasd100
Close 110.45 Dec PwNasd100
Aug 110 Call
p100 34 0 07 9.8k 0 37 417 1 93 Disney
Sep 100 Put
p105 34k 0 23 4.0k 0 95 165 2 86 Pfizer
Sep
35 Put
p106 64k 0 32 3.5k 1 11 101 3 15
Oct
15 Put
p107 2.1k 0 21 12k 1 32 20 3 74 US OilFd
Aug
75 Put
p108 10k 0 61 8.6k 1 60 2.5k 3 83 Chevron
Aug
15 Put
p109 8.4k 0 10 15k 1 97 20 4 38 B iPathVix
p109 50 15k 0 98 314 1 88 no tr
c110 6.5k 0 73 4.6k 2 57 32 4 57
p110 19k 0 33 15k 2 33 133 4 65
p110 50 10k 0 54 1.0k 2 08 no tr
c110 50 27k 0 50 359 2 12 no tr
Total
c111 50 17k 0 13 91 1 20 no tr
Call
c111 44k 0 25 3.8k 1 99 117 4
Vol.
p111 50 11k 1 20 281 2 50 no tr Index
p111 16k 0 82 3.7k 2 75 52 5 32 SPX500
90,275
p112 7.3k 1 90 5.9k 3 31 16 5 76 SPX500 PM
188,185
p112 50 5.6k 2 40 236 3 29 no tr Rus2000
49,214
c112 11k 0 06 7.2k 1 49 45 3 52
15,627
c113 20k 0 49 20k 0 66 20 3 06 Nasd100
1,653
c114 2.4k 0 14 4.2k 0 71 68 2 50 DJ Inds
3,153
c115 1.2k 0 07 6.1k 0 70 2.7k 2 08 SP100
Rambus
Close 13.34 Nov
Total
c14 5.0k 0 23 no tr
4 0 79
Call
Seadrill
Close 8.50 Oct
Vol.
c9 4.4k 0 30 306 0 64 1.4k 0 85 Index
SeagateTc
Close 00.00 Dec Rus2000 qtl
369
c46 6.9k 5 40 no tr no tr SP100Eur
282
c47 5.4k 4 55 41 5 25 no tr GS Idx
0
SeaWorld
Close 18.14 Dec
SemiconIdx
0
p18 4.4k 0 45 123 0 70 105 1 55
Shuttrstk
Close 34.42 Nov P Strike Last
Last
Last
p50 159 13 10 2 16 4.2k 15 55 C Price Vol. Price Vol. Price
Vol. Price
c55
14 0 15 no tr 4.5k 0 07
Aug
Sep
Sinclair
Close 26.79 Dec
p24
no tr 20 0 60 29k 1 12 c209 50 29k 0 33 69 2 36 no tr
p26 218 0 65 14k 0 99 1 1 95 p209 50 32k 1 28 42 3 51 no tr
SP CnSt
Close 50.44 Dec c209 51k 0 56 13k 3 25 1.9k 6 05
p49
no tr 6.5k 0 32 no tr p210 40k 2 70 no tr
1 18 40
p50
20 0 04 5.1k 0 86 no tr c210 47k 0 21 36 11 59 12 13 55
c52
no tr 6.6k 0 20 no tr c210 50 37k 0 11 108 1 75 no tr
50
04
SP Engy q
Close 68.28 Dec p210 5.8k 2 442 4 no tr
p64 141 0 36 33k 1 19 4 2 67 c211 50k 0 07 10k 2 18 186 4 75
p65 251 0 01 13k 1 20 176 2 61 p211 10k 2 51 4.1k 5 32 42 9 40
p66 7.0k 0 57 73 1 75 10 3 55 c211 50 11k 0 05 30 1 48 no tr
c67 4.1k 2 18 884 2 61 7 3 65 c212 24k 0 02 7.4k 1 71 4.5k 4 39
p68 7.4k 1 16 267 2 28 19 3 93 c212 50 7.6k 0 39 405 0 95 no tr
p70 14k 2 32 52 3 74 no tr p212 6.2k 3 97 2.8k 6 02 164 9 79
SP Fncl
Close 25.15 Dec c213 17k 0 01 28k 1 31 24k 4 03
p22
no tr no tr 6.2k 0 23 c214 3.2k 0 15 5.8k 0 98 43 3 50
p24
no tr 12k 0 19 no tr c215 50 6.2k 0 06 402 0 28 no tr
p25 3.5k 0 20 10k 0 45 33 0 97 c215 18k 0 17 3 8 93 2 10 58
c25 785 0 36 10k 0 53 7.5k 0 96 c218 944 0 02 6.2k 0 24 101 1 95
c26
20 0 02 72k 0 13 4 0 47 p220 13k 11 41 5 20 56 2 23 10
SP Hlth
Close 75.45 Dec c220 4.5k 0 01 no tr no tr
p74 2.2k 0 50 17k 1 20 no tr c224 5.7k 0 01 6 0 04 no tr
p75 12k 0 76 5.2k 1 43 no tr c225 5.0k 0 01 27 4 71 16 6 17
SP Inds
Close 53.95 Dec Spdr OGEx
Close 38.37 Dec
p54 5.2k 0 66 46 0 88 51 2 29 c36 450 2 05 10k 2 97 no tr
SpdGld nya
Close 104.39 Dec c37 50 6.4k 1 04 88 2 12 no tr
c107 50 5.1k 0 25 10 0 75 no tr c38 4.2k 0 64 211 1 82 4 3
c111 231 0 04 5.3k 0 30 no tr c38 50 7.1k 1 02 no tr no tr
SPDR
Close 208.35 Dec c39 50 5.0k 0 59 1 1 30 no tr
p175 18k 0 03 181 5 67 91 6 89 p40 1.6k 2 74 4.5k 3 15 149 4 95
p190 9.5k 0 07 5 8 95 17 10 25 sT Retail
Close 97.04 Dec
p192 1.3k 0 12 4.6k 0 67 125 3 39 p97 50 26k 1 25 no tr no tr
p193 306 0 14 3.4k 0 75 6.4k 3 45 SunEdison
Close 17.08 Oct
p195 45k 0 16 no tr no tr p16 272 0 88 26 1 36 8.6k 1 75
p198 2.9k 0 29 5.5k 1 36 1.0k 4 92 p17 10k 1 40 2.2k 1 98 743 2 19
p199 4.2k 0 35 2.2k 1 46 82 4 87 p18 5.5k 2 05 2.0k 2 29 41 2 27
p200 35k 0 39 1 11 69 25 13 91 c18 2.0k 1 33 2.5k 1 74 7.3k 2
p201 18k 0 20 7.5k 2 35 no tr p19 9.0k 1 99 473 3 18 363 3 45
p202 9.2k 0 63 9.0k 2 05 37 5 65 c20 5.8k 0 08 11k 1 15 7.4k 1 28
p203 4.9k 0 70 3.7k 2 30 3 5 98 c22 213 0 60 2.8k 0 60 16k 0 80
p204 23k 0 44 21k 2 55 33 6 30 c26
97 0 14 4.6k 0 17 36 0 31
p204 50 5.6k 0 03 62 1 71 no tr Sysco
Close 36.25 Nov
p205 50 8.3k 1 21 7 3 25 no tr p36 5.0k 0 65 13 0 95 130 1 47
p205 29k 1 04 24 14 09 756 15 56 TeslaMotr
Close 246.13 Dec
p206 43k 0 10 7.6k 3 15 166 7 05 p230 6.4k 0 15 978 6 35 1.4k 17 60
p206 50 28k 0 15 69 2 25 no tr p235 7.6k 0 22 834 8 20 19 80
c207 4.4k 1 78 3.6k 4 41 26 7 21 p237 50 4.4k 0 35 62 8 85 no tr
p207 65k 0 23 12k 3 57 372 7 29 p240 11k 1 92 1.0k 9 104 21 80
c207 50 5.3k 1 39 270 3 35 no tr c242 50 4.2k 3 40 33 12 35 no tr
p207 50 232k 1 78 65 2 79 no tr p245 6.3k 1 85 797 12 35 86 24 25
p208 65k 0 48 17k 3 90 2.1k 7 76 c245 7.1k 1 77 643 12 84 187 23 95
p208 50 60k 0 66 234 2 83 no tr c250 12k 0 80 1.7k 10 55 269 21 45
c208 19k 1 09 8.5k 3 88 942 6 82 p250 6.3k 5 05 1.5k 14 99 166 26 75
c208 50 30k 0 78 850 3 no tr c255 4.0k 0 17 634 8 75 226 19 19
p209 120k 2 67 10k 4 29 325 8 12 c260 6.0k 0 07 791 6 65 1.4k 16 37

Exp. Strike
Last
Date Price Vol Price

cJan17 7 320 0 72 cJan17 35


cJan17 10 330 0 26 iShTaiwan
Gilead
115.30 cJan17 15
cJan17 120 1.5k 14 44 JD.com
HeclaMn
1.91 pJan17 35
cJan17 2 372 0 56 JoyGlbl
HomeDp
116.56 pJan17 28
cJan17 135 334 4 KerigGrMt
HovnanEnt
1.48 cJan17 70
cJan17 2 687 0 40 KindMorg
Humana
184.52 cJan17 35
2 40
pJan17 185 503 19 14
Intel
29.01 cJan17 40
cJan17 35 962 1 18 cJan1760 45
0
cJan17 37 438 0 79

486 3 25 cJan17 70 481 31 30


898 11 80 pJan17 97 50 1.0k 15 50
351 0 57 pJan17 87 50 1.0k 10 60
B iPathVix
2.0k 14 25 cJan17 100 2.2k 13 88
pJan17 5
750 6 65 cJan17 105 2.0k 11 84
pJan17 10
1.5k 10 49 cJan17 97 50 1.2k 14 90
11.21
cJan17 74
926 7 94 FrptMcM
pJan17 7
813 1 20 pJan17 20 391 9 60
26.03 iShBrazil
pJan17 15
811 5 10 Gen El
27.21
BarcGSOil
548 4 60 cJan17 30 1.3k 0 49 pJan17 50
10.0k
31.86
cJan17 8
1.3k 17 15 GenMotors
23 60
Bk of Am
17.81 Chipotle
555 6 30 cJan17 32 391 3 cJan17 50
10.0k
749.60
0 15
cJan17 17 968 2 50 cJan17 650 413154 7
417 8 30 pJan17 32 1.0k 4 80
0
120.67
cJan17 20 657 1 17
1.8k 9 70 cJan17 35 360 1 84 iShRs2000
5.22 cJan17 121 8.0k 9 72
cJan17 25 510 0 27 Cisco
28.21 DR Horton
28.62 GenworthF
cJan17 30 900 0 06 cJan17 30 1.8k 1 97 cJan17 30 2.5k 3 90 cJan17 5 1.5k 1 39 iShSilver
13.99
pJan17 28
pJan17 32
cJan17 32

Stock
Options Leaders

Sep

293 0 35 115 3 30 2 11 85
1.5k 1 10 1.1k 6 50 31 13 75
565 0 48 325 7 10 50 14 85
573 2 90 413 7 95 21 16 37
2.3k 0 05 165 10 34 72 13 45
255 0 05 146 11 36 17 18 55
251 0 10 226 5 85 16 17 95
574 0 80 12k 14 06 652 21 80
4.4k 2 60 1.3k 15 80 260 21 48
1.5k 1 10 165 9 15 64 24 10
3.6k 3 33 260 13 40 12 19 95
949 1 50 211 19 10 6 26 90
8.8k 1 70 10k 15 705.6k 25 90
7.6k 1 75 316 11 7 27 55
11k 2 25 229 16 80 40 23 60
8.0k 0 15 223 13 08 41 27 30
12k 0 20 389 21 10 9 28 45
5.5k 0 20 55 15 68 9 29 75
12k 0 25 3.2k 23 592.0k 36 80
5.5k 0 40 191 19 25 .... ....
11k 0 65 1.8k 27 30 148 39 55
17k 0 85 4.6k 20 50 .... ....
16k 1 65 4.7k 21 95 38 38 09
465 17 50 5.7k 39 44 50 50
9.1k 3 10 4.1k 32 80 145 45 50
16k 6 55 5.0k 36 4 50 20
1.8k 9 90 4.6k 36 542 46 60
8.2k 7 85 2.6k 38 73 .... ....
3.4k 7 50 2.6k 33 05 77 43 38
273 0 30 9.0k 6 25 15 12 15
233 0 30 12k 4 80 6 6
2.6k 0 50 264 2 71 14 11 40
1.3k 0 20 1.1k 2 35 692 6 85
227 0 15 291 1 901.1k 5 80
220 0 24 118 1 65 17 2 95
151 0 20 908 0 95 964 3 15
80 0 05 13k 0 90 127 2 55
145 0 05 139 1 02 284 2 17
676 0 05 9.0k 0 70 583 1 75
203 0 15 184 0 69 339 1 30
1 0 20 6 0 15 556 1 02
1.5k 0 05 211 0 15 10k 0 69
SPX500 PM
Close 2083.56 Oct
p1810 .... .... 13k 2 85 5 5 35
p1820 2 0 40 9.0k 3 50 5 93
p1875 3.9k 0 30 1.2k 4 147 9 48
p1890 222 0 40 226 4 95 10 11 20
p1925 1.8k 0 45 335 3 601.6k 14
p1950 2.7k 0 05 2.1k 9 3.0k 17 20
p1960 686 4 20 9.0k 13 50 195 19 14
p1985 1.4k 1 15 4.5k 16 10 11 18 85
p2015 8.7k 2 30 244 12 23 16 27 20
p2025 9.1k 3 25 2.5k 21 40 3 27 40
p2065 8.1k 2 15 302 24 05 .... ....
c2075 2.1k 14 85 11k 37 60 100 50 44
p2075 11k 4 20 13k 35 90 129 47 47
p2090 3.6k 11 55 1.5k 40 20 24 53 20
c2090 7.1k 4 10 1.9k 30 20 16 39 50
p2095 3.0k 15 55 95 43 70 .... ....
c2095 6.1k 2 60 109 25 92 1 41 70
c2100 12k 2 8.5k 23 602.4k 34 75
p2100 4.6k 16 90 5.6k 45 1.8k 57 70
c2105 5.6k 0 90 60 22 10 30 27 20
p2105 287 23 50 42 49 50 12 57 06
p2110 290 26 80 33 51 25 12 59 46
c2110 8.6k 0 55 297 19 80 9 28 25
Put
Open
c2115 14k 0 30 258 11 .... ....
Interest c2120 12k 0 20 339 9 3.4k 30 90
c2125 5.7k 2 86 1.0k 9 10 128 22 85
c2130 4.3k 2 01 4.6k 6 25 100 25 50
c2135 23k 0 48 4.6k 5 10 15 19 55
c2140 5.2k 0 05 5.8k 8 55 41 15 70
c2145 19k 0 20 165 3 15 10 11 05
c2150 3.6k 1 25 2.2k 5 804.5k 13
149,010,603 c2160 406 0 15 305 1 55 19 10 15

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

Sep

Close 29.87 Oct


c31 8.1k
108 0 65 735 0 87
AbbottLabs
Close 50.32 Nov
p50 103 0 61 4.1k 0 96 21 1 85
AberFitch
Close 19.75 Nov
c22
1 0 26 9.9k 0 60 no tr
Allscripts
Close 14.40 Dec
c16
no tr no tr 12k 0 50
Amazon
Close 529.46 Oct
c540 4.2k 0 50 2.6k 15 05 74 20 68
Apple
Close 115.13 Oct
p105 2.4k 0 24 6.7k 1 27 3.0k 2 01
p108 4.1k 0 04 111 2 07 no tr
p109 7.2k 0 05 48 1 90 no tr
c110 3.0k 6 27 4.0k 7 61 1.5k 8 80
p110 9.5k 0 06 9.0k 2 29 2.1k 3 30
p111 13k 0 07 62 1 97 no tr
p112 10k 0 10 155 2 24 no tr
c113 5.7k 2 42 116 5 72 no tr
p113 20k 0 19 57 2 90 no tr
c114 16k 1 55 133 4 25 no tr
p114 21k 0 38 145 2 78 no tr
c115 41k 0 88 5.3k 4 40 4.5k 5 70
p115 29k 0 68 6.8k 4 10 4.3k 5 20
c116 39k 0 42 364 3 15 no tr
p116 11k 1 36 221 4 05 no tr
p117 4.3k 1 96 204 4 40 no tr
c117 46k 0 16 102 2 70 no tr
c118 19k 0 06 173 2 17 no tr
c119 14k 0 03 200 1 88 no tr
c120 8.3k 0 34 10k 2 20 5.4k 3 40
p120 4.0k 5 49 5.6k 6 80 2.0k 7 90
c121 4.3k 0 01 75 1 27 no tr
c122 5.8k 0 14 89 1 no tr
c125 3.0k 0 18 5.4k 0 98 4.0k 1 89
c129 7.7k 0 12 128 0 23 no tr
c130 2.2k 0 04 7.1k 0 41 9.8k 0 99
c140 1.1k 0 01 942 0 10 5.8k 0 33
c145 47 0 01 82 0 06 4.1k 0 20
c150 30 0 01 7 0 04 5.3k 0 14
ARltCapPr
Close 00.00 Oct
c9 1.4k 0 20 6 0 35 11k 0 28
AscenaRtl
Close 12.56 Dec
p12 5.2k 0 10 no tr no tr
AT&T Inc
Close 34.24 Oct
p33 50 10k 0 30 632 0 44 no tr
p33 11k 0 21 574 0 34 1.2k 0 64
p34 33k 0 32 839 0 71 184 1 05
c34 50 9.3k 0 40 265 0 56 no tr
B iPathVix
Close 16.28 Dec
p13
no tr 6.8k 0 10 551 0 90
p15 50 20k 0 03 486 0 79 no tr
p16 29k 0 16 7.2k 1 30 57 2 53
p16 50 8.0k 0 45 101 1 33 no tr
c16 15k 0 41 1.5k 1 53 288 2 70
c16 50 19k 0 22 47 1 26 no tr
c17 10k 0 11 2.0k 1 24 16 2 50
c17 50 4.5k 0 06 16 0 98 no tr
c18 5.0k 0 04 5.2k 0 97 66 2 29
BarickG
Close 6.88 Oct
21stCFoxA

Aug

1.0k 0 10 3.7k 12 95 426 28 18


1.3k 0 18 3.8k 14 26 .... ....
2.2k 0 19 774 21 75 260 31 89
81 24 55 228 34 70 11 39 19
3.7k 0 84 22 18 87 .... ....
4.5k 1 65 1.5k 25 42 123 35 51
971 6 02 779 28 20 31 36 55
1.1k 4 16 2 20 79 .... ....
1.5k 3 91 3 20 49 .... ....
1.1k 21 50 906 31 09 160 39 37
2.2k 1 80 346 22 30 20 29 50
2.9k 0 80 11 12 29 .... ....
592 9 90 42 26 17 .... ....
1.0k 25 73 500 34 40 131 45 88
2.4k 0 27 102 17 80 24 26
441 0 20 8 8 98 .... ....
478 19 66 4 34 85 .... ....
526 0 10 143 12 70 48 19 45
560 34 75 765 39 95 225 50 76
477 0 92 109 6 52 .... ....
3.2k 0 58 3.5k 5 37 159 15 37
285 38 65 156 46 35 103 55 82
2.8k 0 30 3.4k 4 22 .... ....
110 46 33 515 53 36 66 61 93
4.3k 1 76 204 6 25 1 11 83
4.4k 1 21 3 2 23 .... ....
321 0 45 172 4 146 10 10
247 0 30 29 1 16 .... ....
614 0 49 610 2 62 280 6 10
457 0 27 749 1 58 80 4 89
266 0 16 1.2k 0 92 141 3 30
99 0 10 875 0 61 925 2 45
93 0 13 418 0 42 122 1 70
266 0 07 513 0 31 997 1 18
251 0 05 249 0 24 566 0 81
43 0 05 540 0 23 181 0 57
6 0 05 524 0 14 64 0 42
380 0 05 193 0 10 3 0 42
SP100
Close 919.46 Oct
p890 550 0 10 .... .... .... ....
p910 937 0 80 10 13 70 .... ....
50
2
14 30 .... ....
p915 880 5
c920 304 3 80 .... .... .... ....
c925 231 1 1 10 60 .... ....
45
c930 673 0 15 6 50 2 13 50
c940 533 1 10 29 4 62 105 9 40
c950 490 0 07 160 2 .... ....
SPX500
Close 2083.56 Oct
p1800 1.5k 0 10 960 1 805.9k 5
p1805 437 0 10 12 1 4 8 25
p1815 3 0 45 1.3k 3 40 .... ....
25
p1825 6.8k 0 81 4 05 323 6 65
p1830 410 0 20 13 1 10 11 9 90
p1840 300 0 20 7 2 60 34 7 50
p1850 1.6k 0 40 2.8k 3 115.5k 7
p1860 321 0 50 157 3 40 613 8 30
p1880 297 0 50 242 4 441.0k 10 35
p1885 2.2k 0 65 120 6 18 592 10 40
p1895 303 0 71 66 5 35 8 35
p1900 3.1k 0 40 5.0k 4 902.8k 12 20
p1905 303 0 85 75 5 45 2 12 30
p1190
p1195
p1200
c1200
p1205
p1210
c1210
c1215
p1215
p1220
c1220
c1225
p1225
p1230
c1230
c1235
p1235
c1240
p1240
c1245
c1250
p1250
c1255
p1260
c1260
c1265
c1270
c1275
c1280
c1290
c1300
c1310
c1320
c1330
c1340
c1350
c1360
c1370

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Comprehensive volume and prices for Thursday, August 6, 2015.


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

KinrossG

cJan17 3
Lilly

cJan17 100
MannKind

cJan17 5
cJan17 3
MasterCd

800 0 14

Stock
Price

Optn
Price

Optn
Chg.

Vol

120.67
208.35
208.35
120.67
115.13
208.35
57.53
208.35
208.35
110.45
20.45