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IIC
06-23-2004, 10:42 PM
S/R for Thursday:

Resistance:

2154
2092
2079
2055-Medium
2025

Support:

2014
2000
1980-Medium
1968
1956
1935-1938-Weak
1902
1889
1877

QQQ's:

Resistance

37.85
37.45

Support

36.35-Medium
36.05
35.80-Medium

NOTE: I will be going to the Trader's Expo in Chicago tomorrow...so may not be posting until Sunday evening...Good Luck To All...IIC

billyjoe
06-23-2004, 10:52 PM
IIC,
I'm looking for MoMo with MoJo. Thanks,
billyjoe

IIC
06-24-2004, 12:24 PM
Morning MoMo:

LCAV
HUBG
IPIX
SNHY
ERES
PARL
DWSN
ASPM
CAMD
COHT
CNTY
SMTS
ZEUS
IMOS
FHRX
ALVR
IAAC
NMSS
ZOOM

IIC
06-27-2004, 10:05 PM
Friday's MoMo:

TASR CLDA LWAY KMRT AIRT SIMG PLMO VLCCF PHRM AKAM CYBE TZOO ADSK BCSI TONS SFCC TACT HANS EPEX NVTL CENX PLXT MGLN PETD ASPT CNTY KERX MUSA SMRT CRXL ITIG CYBS FXEN ABMD VXGNE JUPM TUNE RBAK NAVR VION COSI MSSN TRGL

Was outta town since Thurs. morn...trying to catch up

MEA_1956
06-28-2004, 01:07 AM
TRGL I have a gut feeling that this one won't be going away for awhile.
EPIC 5.23% on daily trading & 3.44% on after hours. 8.67% for the day.
They were my big winner at the closing bell, and lined my pockets with a little Mo Jo in after hour trading. ===> MEA

IIC
06-28-2004, 10:45 AM
NAZ S/R for Monday:

Resistance:

2154
2092
2079
2055-Medium

Support:

2025-Currently At Support
2007-Weak
1996-Very Strong
1982-Weak
1968
1956
1938-Weak
1902
1889
1877

QQQ:

Resistance:

37.85
37.45

Support:

37.10-Medium
36.63-Medium
36.35-Medium

IIC
06-28-2004, 06:06 PM
Today's MoMo: AIRT TZOO MAMA VLCCF DECK ORCT RBAK IMOS USLM CAMT NMSS FTHR CNTY TUNE

Don't forget the FOMC meeting...starts Tues with policy announcement on Wed at 2:15pm EDT(Double check the time)...I am looking for 25bp and hopefully a statement that there are no more increases planned in the near future...but I doubt that the Feds are concerned with what I would like to hear...IIC

IIC
06-28-2004, 06:14 PM
Naz, N/H, Closed Up on at least 2x ADV:

GREY AIRT VLCCF EDEL ADVNB ADVNA MINI ORCT VRNT ACTU UEIC FTHR NATH SMIT SCIX

IIC
06-28-2004, 06:35 PM
Naz, N/H, Top 5% of my RS database, Closed Up on at least 1.5x ADV:

AIRT VLCCF ADVNB ORCT AMED USLM FTHR ABMD

IIC
06-28-2004, 08:07 PM
[code:1:a61b71bfd1]This is a weekly ranking by First Call
of the highest-rated stocks,
based on analyst comments contributed within
the past month to First Call's database.

To be included on the list, a company must be
rated by at least five analysts.

First Call Consensus Recommendation Scale

1 = Buy

2 = Buy/Hold

3 = Hold

4 = Hold/Sell

5 = Sell


Most Attractive Issues
---- ---------- ------
Latest # Analysts Previous
Consensus Covering Consensus
(PCTI) 1.0 6 1.3
(SCST) 1.0 5 1.4
(STSA) 1.0 5 1.2
(KERX) 1.1 7 1.0
(SINT) 1.2 6 1.3
(MSM) 1.2 6 1.0
(CLDN) 1.2 6 1.6
(MRTN) 1.2 5 1.3
(XRAY) 1.2 5 1.6
(EPIC) 1.2 5 1.3
(ULBI) 1.2 5 1.3
(TRID) 1.2 5 1.0
(VCBI) 1.2 5 1.0
(DRL) 1.2 5 1.0
(DNET) 1.2 5 1.6
(TSA) 1.3 16 1.1
(ELBO) 1.3 9 1.4
(SCSS) 1.3 8 1.2
(EFII) 1.3 7 1.6
(PTEK) 1.3 6 1.4
(DSCO) 1.3 6 1.4
(NCT) 1.3 6 1.4
(APCS) 1.3 6 1.2
(PGNX) 1.3 6 1.4
(MDU) 1.3 6 1.6
(EASI) 1.3 6 1.4
(CCBI) 1.3 6 1.4
(MOGN) 1.4 8 1.7
(MLS) 1.4 8 1.5
(AVCT) 1.4 8 1.3
(TMO) 1.4 7 1.6
(EPL) 1.4 7 1.5
(MTCT) 1.4 7 1.8
(ENCY) 1.4 7 1.5
(ET) 1.4 7 1.3
(GTNA) 1.4 5 1.8
(CEDC) 1.4 5 1.5
(FQVLF) 1.4 5 1.5
(RGF) 1.4 5 1.5
(WRNC) 1.4 5 1.3
(RCRC) 1.4 5 1.2
(THO) 1.4 5 1.7
(AMV) 1.4 5 1.5
(WR) 1.4 5 1.5
(NDSN) 1.4 5 1.3
(FSH) 1.4 5 1.3
(GNCMA) 1.4 5 1.5
(SSTI) 1.4 5 1.3
(SIGM) 1.4 5 1.3
(JAH) 1.4 5 1.8
(MATK) 1.4 5 1.0
(ACA) 1.4 5 1.6
(ADS) 1.5 15 1.6
(TYC) 1.5 15 1.6
(MIK) 1.5 13 1.8
(WSH) 1.5 13 1.4
(COMRF) 1.5 11 1.4
(ROP) 1.5 11 1.6
(RI) 1.5 11 1.4
(SFD) 1.5 10 1.6
(HUG) 1.5 6 1.7
(IIVI) 1.5 6 1.9
(CFR) 1.5 6 1.8
(JILL) 1.5 6 1.7
(BKBOF) 1.5 6 1.6
(WFR) 1.5 6 1.6
(RPM) 1.5 6 1.8
(BDY) 1.5 6 1.6
(CYPB) 1.5 6 1.2
(VIAB) 1.6 31 1.7
(DTV) 1.6 21 1.7
(ATH) 1.6 17 1.7
(CMX) 1.6 16 1.7
(DTC) 1.6 16 1.8
(ASD) 1.6 14 1.5[/code:1:a61b71bfd1]

Published on 6/22/04

IIC
06-28-2004, 09:00 PM
NAZ S/R for Tuesday:

Resistance:

2154
2092
2079
2055-Medium
2025

Support:

2007-Strong
1996-Weak
1980-Medium
1968
1956
1938-Weak
1902
1889
1877


QQQ:

Resistance:

37.85
37.45
37.10-Medium

Support:

36.60
36.30-Strong
35.90

IIC
06-28-2004, 11:38 PM
I like CLE...good group...nice tight base

IIC
06-29-2004, 12:07 AM
TOKYO...Finance ministers and central bankers of the Group of Seven industrial nations will enter full-fledged talks on accepting China into the group, the Mainichi Shimbun reported on its website, citing an international finance source.

At a meeting in Palo Alto, California in mid-July, deputies of the G7 finance ministers will discuss issues including helping China shift to a market economy through by deregulation and adopting a more flexible exchange rate system, the report said.

Some G7 members said that it is becoming difficult to carry out constructive economic debate without China, and unofficial talks with China have been held on the country's currency system and heated economy.

Japanese Finance Minister Sadakazu Tanigaki declined to comment Tuesday on the report.

IIC
06-29-2004, 12:18 AM
Global Stock Indexes at 23:15 EDT/0315 GMT

.
Latest Change %Change %12/31
[code:1:cb73facd3c]New York DJ Indus 10357.09 -14.75 -0.14 -0.93 Jun 28
Nasdaq 2019.82 -5.65 -0.28 +0.82 Jun 28
NYSE Comp 6571.58 +0.38 +0.01 +2.04 Jun 28
S&P 500 1133.35 -1.08 -0.10 +1.93 Jun 28
Russell 2000 584.10 -3.60 -0.61 +4.88 Jun 28
Wilshire 5000 03/19/1999
Toronto TSX 300 8468.87 -28.90 -0.34 +3.02 Jun 28
London FTSE 100 4518.70 +24.60 +0.55 +0.93 Jun 28
FTSE 250 6252.60 +27.00 +0.43 +7.76 Jun 28
Frankfurt Xetra DAX 4069.35 +56.00 +1.40 +2.63 Jun 28
Paris CAC40 3771.58 +29.20 +0.78 +6.01 Jun 28
Tokyo Nikkei 225 11809.26 -74.80 -0.63 +10.61 Intraday
Nikkei 300 226.85 -1.03 -0.45 +11.45 Intraday
Hong Kong Hang Seng 12086.18 -108.42 -0.89 -3.89 Intraday
Sydney S&P/ASX 200 3523.80 +1.40 +0.04 +6.79 Intraday

DJ Europe STOXX 600 243.60 +1.56 +0.64 +6.23 Jun 28
STOXX 50 2734.01 +13.93 +0.51 +2.77 Jun 28
EuroSTOXX50 2840.04 +21.18 +0.75 +2.88 Jun 28
Amsterdam AEX 347.15 +3.72 +1.08 +2.81 Jun 28
Athens ASE 2342.72 +29.22 +1.26 +3.50 Jun 28
Brussels BEL-20 2460.68 +8.61 +0.35 +9.65 Jun 28
Copenhagen KFX 263.42 +0.37 +0.14 +7.80 Jun 28
Dublin ISEQ 5449.45 +73.36 +1.36 +10.74 Jun 28
Helsinki HEX 5818.93 +26.83 +0.46 -3.53 Jun 28
Istanbul IMKB-100 17710.37 +355.21 +2.05 -4.91 Jun 28
Jo-burg All Share 10152.05 -68.09 -0.67 -2.26 Jun 28
Lisbon PSI General 2145.09 +18.72 +0.88 +13.41 Jun 28
Madrid IBEX 35 8184.40 +63.90 +0.79 +5.78 Jun 28
Milan MIBTel 30 28438.00 +98.00 +0.35 +6.45 Jun 28
Oslo All-Share 212.99 -0.70 -0.33 +19.63 Jun 28
Prague PX-50 792.50 -6.30 -0.79 +20.24 Jun 28
Vienna ATX 1981.82 +19.75 +1.01 +28.26 Jun 28
Zurich Swiss Mkt 5706.30 +24.80 +0.44 +3.98 Jun 28

DJ Pacific Pan-Asia 99.39 -0.58 -0.58 +7.81 Jun 28
Bangkok SET 652.99 +1.13 +0.17 -15.43 Intraday
Mumbai Sensitive 4837.60 +81.21 +1.71 -17.15 Jun 28
Colombo All-Share 1335.44 -0.01 0.00 +25.70 Intraday
Jakarta JSX Comp 717.14 -3.39 -0.47 +3.65 Intraday
Karachi KSE-100 5279.03 +173.34 +3.40 +18.06 Jun 28
Kuala L Composite 826.62 +4.40 +0.54 +4.12 Intraday
Manila PSE 1582.23 +1.88 +0.12 +9.70 Intraday
Seoul Kospi 771.85 +0.90 +0.12 -4.79 Intraday
Shanghai A Share 1445.49 -8.58 -0.59 -7.88 Intraday
Shanghai B Share 86.34 -0.03 -0.04 -17.72 Intraday
Shenzhen A Share 3413.65 -12.55 -0.37 -5.72 Intraday
Shenzhen B Share 242.01 +0.27 +0.11 -11.04 Intraday
Singapore Straits T 1813.22 -3.20 -0.18 +2.76 Intraday
Taipei Weighted 5692.09 -17.75 -0.31 -3.37 Intraday
Wellington NZSX-50 2666.38 +5.27 +0.19 +8.82 Intraday

Buenos A MERVAL 922.60 -9.16 -0.98 -13.93 Jun 28
Caracas General 25386.60 -224.55 -0.88 +14.33 Jun 25
Mexico C IPC 10137.03 +8.24 +0.08 +15.26 Jun 28
Santiago IPSA 1477.01 -0.01 0.00 -0.52 Jun 25
Sao Paulo BOVESPA 20350.91 -399.32 -1.92 -8.48 Jun 28[/code:1:cb73facd3c]

MEA_1956
06-29-2004, 02:59 AM
On the Frist Call list you posted I made the top ten. In at # 10 is EPIC, If my menory serves me correctly I found it on one of your Earler posts. So at this time I would like to say thank you and I do apperacate your posts, your are a big asset to this group. Again Thanks and carry on like a good tropper that you are. ===>MEA

MEA_1956
06-29-2004, 03:35 AM
CLE was one of my picks for my dream team during the play offs. At the present time She is only up 9.98% since that time. You my want to look at JILL she has a little more juice. up 28.28%===> MEA

IIC
06-29-2004, 10:32 AM
THX MEA.

FMTI gapped on guidance this morn

IIC
06-29-2004, 11:05 AM
Issued Today...Lowest and Highest rated:

[code:1:23f9794050] This is a weekly ranking by First Call of the Lowest-rated stocks, based on analyst comments contributed within the past month to First Call's database.

To be included on the list, a company must be rated by at least five analysts.

First Call Consensus Recommendation Scale

1 = Buy

2 = Buy/Hold

3 = Hold

4 = Hold/Sell

5 = Sell


Least Attractive Issues
---- ---------- ------
Latest # Analysts Previous
Consensus Covering Consensus

(MSO) 4.4 5 4.3
(CLP) 4.3 6 4.0
(ACAI) 4.1 7 3.5
(SPOT) 4.0 5 4.2
(INFO) 4.0 5 4.2
(WIN) 4.0 9 4.2
(EK) 4.0 9 4.1
(PDQ) 3.8 5 3.6
(ALO) 3.8 5 3.4
(LAB) 3.8 5 4.0
(WFSL) 3.8 5 3.4
(EEX) 3.8 5 3.6
(WTNY) 3.8 6 4.0
(PAL) 3.8 6 3.7
(PCU) 3.8 6 4.0
(SUI) 3.8 6 3.6
(STFC) 3.8 6 3.5
(LVLT) 3.8 11 3.7
(PPS) 3.8 13 3.9
(ADVS) 3.7 6 3.5
(FGP) 3.7 6 3.6
(MWY) 3.7 6 3.6
(AKS) 3.7 7 4.0
(DSFB) 3.7 7 3.6
(RYG) 3.7 11 3.8
(GBP) 3.7 11 3.8
(TE) 3.7 16 3.8
(IPOSF) 3.6 5 3.5
(BWLRF) 3.6 5 3.3
(PLNR) 3.6 5 3.5
(BOBE) 3.6 5 3.2
(QGENF) 3.6 7 3.8
(PTF) 3.6 8 3.8
(PVX) 3.6 8 3.6
(DSGX) 3.6 9 3.5
(MGM) 3.6 12 3.3
(AIV) 3.6 15 3.4
(TSS) 3.6 16 3.8
(JP) 3.6 18 3.4
(EDS) 3.6 22 3.5
(T) 3.6 27 3.5
(SWC) 3.5 6 3.7
(BBOX) 3.5 6 3.3
(TRH) 3.5 6 3.2
(PZE) 3.5 6 3.4
(GAP) 3.5 6 3.6
(PGL) 3.5 8 3.3
(WGL) 3.5 8 3.4
(SUP) 3.5 10 3.4
(HIW) 3.5 10 3.6
(TDS) 3.5 11 3.2
(RLRN) 3.4 5 3.8
(CSG) 3.4 5 3.8
(FCTR) 3.4 5 3.0
(PMACA) 3.4 5 3.5
(DQE) 3.4 5 3.3
(ENZN) 3.4 5 3.6
(VANS) 3.4 5 3.0
(DRRX) 3.4 5 3.8
(AAIIE) 3.4 5 3.3
(GT) 3.4 7 3.2
(CCBG) 3.4 7 3.5
(UST) 3.4 7 3.6
(GAS) 3.4 7 3.5
(OMI) 3.4 7 3.6
(MYG) 3.4 8 3.1
[/code:1:23f9794050]

[code:1:23f9794050] This is a weekly ranking by First Call of the highest-rated stocks, based on analyst comments contributed within the past month to First Call's database.

To be included on the list, a company must be rated by at least five analysts.

First Call Consensus Recommendation Scale

1 = Buy

2 = Buy/Hold

3 = Hold

4 = Hold/Sell

5 = Sell


Most Attractive Issues
---- ---------- ------
Latest # Analysts Previous
Consensus Covering Consensus

(PCTI) 1.0 6 1.3
(STSA) 1.0 5 1.2
(KERX) 1.1 7 1.0
(MSM) 1.2 6 1.0
(CLDN) 1.2 6 1.6
(MRTN) 1.2 5 1.3
(XRAY) 1.2 5 1.6
(EPIC) 1.2 5 1.3
(ULBI) 1.2 5 1.3
(TRID) 1.2 5 1.0
(VCBI) 1.2 5 1.0
(DRL) 1.2 5 1.0
(DNET) 1.2 5 1.6
(TSA) 1.3 16 1.1
(ELBO) 1.3 9 1.4
(EPL) 1.3 9 1.4
(SCSS) 1.3 9 1.2
(EFII) 1.3 7 1.6
(SINT) 1.3 7 1.2
(PTEK) 1.3 6 1.4
(DSCO) 1.3 6 1.4
(NCT) 1.3 6 1.4
(APCS) 1.3 6 1.2
(PGNX) 1.3 6 1.4
(MDU) 1.3 6 1.6
(CCBI) 1.3 6 1.4
(MOGN) 1.4 8 1.7
(MLS) 1.4 8 1.5
(AVCT) 1.4 8 1.3
(TMO) 1.4 7 1.6
(ET) 1.4 7 1.3
(MTCT) 1.4 7 1.8
(ENCY) 1.4 7 1.5
(GTNA) 1.4 5 1.8
(CEDC) 1.4 5 1.5
(RGF) 1.4 5 1.5
(WRNC) 1.4 5 1.3
(RCRC) 1.4 5 1.2
(AMV) 1.4 5 1.5
(WR) 1.4 5 1.5
(NDSN) 1.4 5 1.3
(GNCMA) 1.4 5 1.5
(JAH) 1.4 5 1.8
(MATK) 1.4 5 1.0
(ACA) 1.4 5 1.6
(THO) 1.4 5 1.7
(EASI) 1.4 5 1.3
(FSH) 1.4 5 1.3
(SSTI) 1.4 5 1.3
(SIGM) 1.4 5 1.3
(SCST) 1.4 5 1.0
(BKST) 1.4 5 1.3
(ADS) 1.5 15 1.6
(TYC) 1.5 15 1.6
(WSH) 1.5 13 1.4
(ROP) 1.5 11 1.6
(RI) 1.5 11 1.4
(SFD) 1.5 10 1.6
(FOSL) 1.5 10 1.6
(EAGL) 1.5 8 1.8
(HUG) 1.5 6 1.7
(IIVI) 1.5 6 1.9
(CFR) 1.5 6 1.8
(JILL) 1.5 6 1.7
(BKBOF) 1.5 6 1.6
(WFR) 1.5 6 1.6
(RPM) 1.5 6 1.8
(FQVLF) 1.5 6 1.4
(BDY) 1.5 6 1.6
(CTRP) 1.5 6 1.6
(VIAB) 1.6 31 1.7
(DTV) 1.6 21 1.7
(ATH) 1.6 17 1.7
(GS) 1.6 17 1.7
(CMX) 1.6 16 1.7[/code:1:23f9794050]

IIC
06-29-2004, 05:52 PM
Today's MoMo: MGIC RBAK EGLS IVIL ADVNB FTHR ECOL DWSN IVIS AIRT MIDD TZOO

BTW: Good announcements A/H from SGDE QTWW RIMM

IIC
06-29-2004, 07:48 PM
NAZ S/R for Wednesday:

Resistance:

2154
2092
2079
2055-Medium
2038-Weak

Support:

2021-Medium
2002-Weak
1992-Strong
1982-Weak
1968
1956
1938-Weak
1902
1889
1877


QQQ:

Resistance:

37.85
37.45

Support:

37.10-Medium
36.90
36.65
36.30-Medium

IIC
06-29-2004, 07:57 PM
EPS the rest of this week:

[code:1:f7dc201af0]Company Name Symbol Date Time Reuters YrAgo


Emmis Comms EMMS 6/30 B 0.08 0.01
General Mills GIS 6/30 B 0.72 0.64
Monsanto MON 6/30 B 0.85 1.12
Constellation Brands STZ 6/30 A 0.49 0.49
Merix MERX 6/30 A -0.02 -0.25
Biomet BMET 7/1 B 0.36 0.30
ConAgra CAG 7/1 B 0.42 0.42[/code:1:f7dc201af0]

IIC
06-29-2004, 08:27 PM
Take a look at DP...possible short term play if it moves on vol....MACD Crossover.

http://trimurl.com/AH

IIC
06-30-2004, 12:29 PM
BOT NAVR

IIC
06-30-2004, 08:22 PM
Todays MoMo:

RIMM CALC TZOO KMRT TASR VIDE SHLO PLMO LAKE LWAY ESCA LACO MIDD IVIS JUPM SMTS RFIL HUBG FTHR USLM ONYX SIMG SMIT LPTH TRGL ELTK

BTW: I sold RADIF...what a disaster...up about 60% 1st 2 hrs on the day I BOT...lost 35%

IIC
06-30-2004, 08:42 PM
NAZ S/R for Thursday:

Resistance:

2154
2092
2079
2055-Medium...Naz stopped at this level today

Support:

2021-Medium
2002
1992-Weak
1982-Medium
1968
1956
1938-Weak
1902
1889
1877


QQQ:

Resistance:

37.85

Support:

37.45
37.10-Medium

IIC
06-30-2004, 09:06 PM
[code:1:2d924ef79a]Company Name Symbol Date Time Reuters YrAgo

EARNINGS TO BE ANNOUNCED WEEK OF JUN 28 - JUL 2
Sonic SONC 6/28 A 0.31 0.27
McCormick MKC 6/29 B 0.29 0.28
EXFO EXFO 6/29 A -0.02 -0.06
Research In Motion RIMM 6/29 A 0.32 0.00
Emmis Comms EMMS 6/30 B 0.08 0.01
General Mills GIS 6/30 B 0.72 0.64
Monsanto MON 6/30 B 0.85 1.12
Constellation Brands STZ 6/30 A 0.49 0.49
Merix MERX 6/30 A -0.02 -0.25
Biomet BMET 7/1 B 0.36 0.30
ConAgra CAG 7/1 B 0.42 0.42

EARNINGS TO BE ANNOUNCED WEEK OF JUL 5 - JUL 9
Pepsi Bottling PBG 7/6 B 0.51 0.47
Accenture ACN 7/7 B 0.37 0.28
Helen of Troy HELE 7/7 B 0.47 0.42
Intl Speedway ISCA 7/7 B 0.32 0.27
MSC Industrial MSM 7/7 B 0.31 0.19
Alcoa AA 7/7 A 0.48 0.27
Genentech DNA 7/7 A 0.19 0.16
Schnitzer Steel SCHN 7/7 A 1.25 0.52
Yahoo! YHOO 7/7 A 0.08 0.04
Fleetwood FLE 7/8 B 0.06 -0.68
Infosys INFY 7/8 B 0.58 0.44
Supervalu SVU 7/8 B 0.60 0.58
Powerwave PWAV 7/8 A -0.02 -0.14
General Electric GE 7/9 B 0.37 0.38

EARNINGS TO BE ANNOUNCED WEEK OF JUL 12 - JUL 16
Bank of America BAC 7/12 B 1.74 1.80
Citigroup C 7/12 B 0.97 0.83
Fastenal FAST 7/12 B 0.40 0.29
M&T Bank MTB 7/12 B 1.46 1.26
Marshall & Ilsley MI 7/12 B 0.66 0.59
Shaw Group SGR 7/12 B 0.18 0.30
SunTrust Banks STI 7/12 B 1.26 1.17
Wipro WIT 7/12 B 0.30 0.17
Brown & Brown BRO 7/12 A 0.46 0.41
Elec For Imaging EFII 7/12 A 0.24 0.17
MDC Holdings MDC 7/12 A 1.99 1.47
Rambus RMBS 7/12 A 0.06 0.04
SafeNet SFNT 7/12 A 0.28 0.20
SupportSoft SPRT 7/12 A 0.08 0.06
Tractor Supply TSCO 7/12 A 0.75 0.69
AmSouth Banc ASO 7/13 B 0.46 0.44
BB&T Corp BBT 7/13 B 0.68 0.71
Commerce Banc CBH 7/13 B 0.78 0.63
Eaton ETN 7/13 B 1.01 0.68
Fannie Mae FNM 7/13 B 1.93 1.86
Fifth Third FITB 7/13 B 0.79 0.75
Gannett GCI 7/13 B 1.30 1.20
Hollywood Ent HLYW 7/13 B 0.28 0.30
Jefferies Group JEF 7/13 B 0.48 0.33
Johnson & Johnson JNJ 7/13 B 0.79 0.70
Merrill Lynch MER 7/13 B 1.13 1.05
Precision Castparts PCP 7/13 B 0.68 0.64
State Street STT 7/13 B 0.68 0.52
TradeStation TRAD 7/13 B 0.11 0.07
ADTRAN ADTN 7/13 A 0.26 0.16
AMB Property AMB 7/13 A 0.54 0.52
Calif. Amplifier CAMP 7/13 A 0.08 -0.03
Cintas CTAS 7/13 A 0.40 0.38
Intel INTC 7/13 A 0.27 0.14
Juniper Networks JNPR 7/13 A 0.04 0.03
Motorola MOT 7/13 A 0.18 0.01
Raymond James RJF 7/13 A 0.47 0.32
Total System TSS 7/13 A 0.18 0.17
USANA, Inc USNA 7/13 A 0.33 0.20
YUM! Brands YUM 7/13 A 0.52 0.48
ASML Holding ASML 7/14 B 0.15 -0.06
Bank One ONE 7/14 B 0.85 0.75
E*TRADE ET 7/14 B 0.20 0.14
Exar Corp EXAR 7/14 B 0.06 0.04
Genzyme GENZ 7/14 B 0.40 0.32
Harley-Davidson HDI 7/14 B 0.75 0.66
Immucor BLUD 7/14 B 0.15 0.21
IONA Tech IONA 7/14 B 0.02 -0.24
JP Morgan Chase JPM 7/14 B 0.83 0.89
Knight Trading NITE 7/14 B 0.20 0.15
MGI Pharma MOGN 7/14 B 0.04 -0.14
MGIC Investment MTG 7/14 B 1.26 1.32
M-Systems FLSH 7/14 B 0.11 -0.01
New York Times NYT 7/14 B 0.50 0.47
NY Comm Bancrp NYB 7/14 B 0.50 0.40
Omnicell OMCL 7/14 B 0.09 0.05
Progressive PGR 7/14 B 1.75 1.22
Station Casinos STN 7/14 B 0.48 0.25
Wolverine WWW 7/14 B 0.27 0.23
AMR Corp AMR 7/14 D 0.16 -2.26
Compass Banc CBSS 7/14 D 0.70 0.68
DIRECTV DTV 7/14 D 0.09 0.03
Advanced Micro AMD 7/14 A 0.09 -0.40
Apple Computer AAPL 7/14 A 0.14 0.05
Boston Comm BCGI 7/14 A 0.25 0.24
Brooktrout BRKT 7/14 A -0.18 -0.06
Crown Hldgs CCK 7/14 A 0.28 0.41
IBM IBM 7/14 A 1.12 0.98
Investors Fncl IFIN 7/14 A 0.48 0.42
Kraft Foods KFT 7/14 A 0.47 0.55
Mercury Interactive MERQ 7/14 A 0.25 0.22
Network Associates NET 7/14 A 0.06 0.11
Photon Dynamics PHTN 7/14 A 0.31 -0.19
Pixelworks PXLW 7/14 A 0.12 0.04
Planar Systems PLNR 7/14 A 0.14 0.30
PPD Inc. PPDI 7/14 A 0.40 0.40
QLogic QLGC 7/14 A 0.36 0.35
Redback Networks RBAK 7/14 A -0.10 -10.95
Ruby Tuesday RI 7/14 A 0.46 0.39
SanDisk SNDK 7/14 A 0.31 0.26
SpectraLink SLNK 7/14 A 0.14 0.12
Tularik TLRK 7/14 A -0.44 -0.53
A.O. Smith AOS 7/15 B 0.51 0.67
Avocent AVCT 7/15 B 0.31 0.27
Carlisle Cos CSL 7/15 B 1.09 0.93
Charlotte Russe CHIC 7/15 B 0.18 0.12
Coca-Cola KO 7/15 B 0.64 0.57
Comerica CMA 7/15 B 0.94 0.97
Concord Comms CCRD 7/15 B 0.03 0.06
CONMED CNMD 7/15 B 0.41 0.35
CV Therapeutics CVTX 7/15 B -1.21 -0.81
Cypress Semi CY 7/15 B 0.23 0.03
Danaher DHR 7/15 B 0.53 0.40
Dow Jones DJ 7/15 B 0.38 0.27
Equitable Res EQT 7/15 B 0.60 0.50
EW Scripps SSP 7/15 B 0.98 0.83
Fairchild Semi FCS 7/15 B 0.23 0.03
Fortune Brands FO 7/15 B 1.24 1.03
Genuine Parts GPC 7/15 B 0.57 0.52
Hibernia Corp HIB 7/15 B 0.45 0.42
Honeywell HON 7/15 B 0.38 0.37
Intermagnetics IMGC 7/15 B 0.33 0.26
Interstate Bakeries IBC 7/15 B 0.06 -0.05
JB Hunt Trans JBHT 7/15 B 0.44 0.31
KVH Industries KVHI 7/15 B 0.03 0.04
Landstar System LSTR 7/15 B 0.52 0.42
Lear Corp LEA 7/15 B 1.62 1.54
Legg Mason LM 7/15 B 1.23 0.83
Lone Star Tech LSS 7/15 B 0.98 -0.32
Manpower MAN 7/15 B 0.52 0.37
Marriott MAR 7/15 B 0.61 0.52
MGM Mirage MGG 7/15 B 0.57 0.36
Nokia NOK 7/15 B 0.17 0.16
Orbital Sciences ORB 7/15 B 0.16 -0.05
Peabody Energy BTU 7/15 B 0.49 0.59
PepsiCo PEP 7/15 B 0.60 0.53
Polaris Inds PII 7/15 B 0.52 0.47
PPG Industries PPG 7/15 B 1.08 0.94
Regions Fincl RF 7/15 B 0.76 0.73
Reliance Steel RS 7/15 B 0.94 0.20
Rockwell Collins COL 7/15 B 0.39 0.36
Rowan Cos RDC 7/15 B -0.03 -0.07
SLM Corp SLM 7/15 B 0.52 0.44
Southwest Air LUV 7/15 B 0.16 0.13
Superior Ind SUP 7/15 B 0.54 0.66
Tribune TRB 7/15 B 0.61 0.57
Union Planters UPC 7/15 B 0.52 0.67
Unisys UIS 7/15 B 0.13 0.16
UnitedHealth Group UNH 7/15 B 0.91 0.71
Wachovia WB 7/15 B 0.95 0.81
West Marine WMAR 7/15 B 1.22 0.98
ZOLL Medical ZOLL 7/15 B 0.24 0.32
Con Edison ED 7/15 D 0.26 0.29
Artisan Components ARTI 7/15 A 0.16 0.09
CEC Entertainment CEC 7/15 A 0.39 0.36
Charter One CF 7/15 A 0.72 0.72
Dover Corp DOV 7/15 A 0.47 0.36
Harmonic HLIT 7/15 A 0.02 -0.11
Informatica INFA 7/15 A 0.05 0.04
Integrated Device IDTI 7/15 A 0.09 -0.05
Interpore BONZ 7/15 A 0.07 0.13
Lexar Media LEXR 7/15 A 0.01 0.09
Monolithic MOSY 7/15 A 0.01 0.02
National Comm NCF 7/15 A 0.45 0.40
Netflix NFLX 7/15 A 0.12 0.08
NMS Comms NMSS 7/15 A 0.01 -0.11
PeopleSoft PSFT 7/15 A 0.21 0.14
PLX Tech PLXT 7/15 A 0.03 -0.02
PMC-Sierra PMCS 7/15 A 0.07 -0.03
Resources Connect RECN 7/15 A 0.30 0.18
Secure Computing SCUR 7/15 A 0.09 0.03
SonicWALL SNWL 7/15 A 0.03 -0.02
Stryker SYK 7/15 A 0.34 0.26
Symbol Tech SBL 7/15 A 0.10 0.04
Tollgrade TLGD 7/15 A 0.04 0.06
Transmeta TMTA 7/15 A -0.12 -0.13
UTStarcom UTSI 7/15 A 0.34 0.33
Werner Enterprises WERN 7/15 A 0.27 0.24
AK Steel AKS 7/16 B -0.12 -0.70
Delphi Auto DPH 7/16 B 0.28 0.20
Hasbro HAS 7/16 B 0.08 0.06
Huntington Banc HBAN 7/16 B 0.42 0.37
KeyCorp KEY 7/16 B 0.57 0.53
Labranche LAB 7/16 B 0.11 0.18
National City NCC 7/16 B 0.70 0.99
Natl Processing NAP 7/16 B 0.25 0.22
NBTY Inc NTY 7/16 B 0.49 0.37
Timberland TBL 7/16 B 0.18 0.16
Ventana Medical VMSI 7/16 B 0.29 0.20
Visteon VC 7/16 B 0.24 0.02
Wilmington Trust WL 7/16 B 0.54 0.49
WW Grainger GWW 7/16 B 0.69 0.60

EARNINGS TO BE ANNOUNCED WEEK OF JUL 19 - JUL 23
3M Company MMM 7/19 B 0.96 0.78
American Standard ASD 7/19 B 0.70 0.61
Boston Scientific BSX 7/19 B 0.48 0.15
Check Point Sftwr CHKP 7/19 B 0.25 0.24
Cognizant Tech CTSH 7/19 B 0.15 0.10
Delta Air Lines DAL 7/19 B -1.49 -1.96
Digital River DRIV 7/19 B 0.22 0.13
DSP Group DSPG 7/19 B 0.26 0.26
Forest Labs FRX 7/19 B 0.56 0.48
Freeport-McMoRan FCX 7/19 B -0.19 0.40
Hanover Compressor HC 7/19 B -0.11 0.02
Helix Tech HELX 7/19 B 0.23 -0.05
IDEXX Labs IDXX 7/19 B 0.52 0.47
ILEX Oncology ILXO 7/19 B -0.31 -0.27
Investment Tech ITG 7/19 B 0.22 0.25
Laserscope LSCP 7/19 B 0.13 0.02
Lattice Semi LSCC 7/19 B 0.02 0.01
Lexmark LXK 7/19 B 0.96 0.77
Mattel MAT 7/19 B 0.05 0.07
Nextel NXTL 7/19 B 0.50 0.27
NS Group NSS 7/19 B 0.96 -0.36
PNC Bank PNC 7/19 B 1.01 0.94
Smith Intl SII 7/19 B 0.44 0.30
Vans VANS 7/19 B -0.12 -0.60
Weatherford Intl WFT 7/19 B 0.39 0.31
Wells Fargo WFC 7/19 B 1.04 0.90
Allstate ALL 7/19 A 1.12 0.85
Altera ALTR 7/19 A 0.18 0.09
Audiocodes AUDC 7/19 A 0.01 -0.06
AvalonBay AVB 7/19 A 0.80 1.08
Cendant CD 7/19 A 0.44 0.37
Corning GLW 7/19 A 0.08 0.02
Eclipsys ECLP 7/19 A -0.22 -0.24
eCollege.com ECLG 7/19 A 0.09 0.02
Everest Re RE 7/19 A 2.68 1.94
Exponent Inc EXPO 7/19 A 0.37 0.34
FindWhat.com FWHT 7/19 A 0.15 0.12
Hummingbird Comm HUMC 7/19 A 0.36 0.26
Inter-Tel INTL 7/19 A 0.31 0.28
Itron ITRI 7/19 A 0.21 0.28
j2 Global JCOM 7/19 A 0.28 0.23
JDA Software JDAS 7/19 A 0.08 0.09
KEMET KEM 7/19 A 0.01 -0.04
Lincare Holdings LNCR 7/19 A 0.64 0.53
Mindspeed MSPD 7/19 A -0.07 -0.27
Novellus NVLS 7/19 A 0.26 0.05
Pitney Bowes PBI 7/19 A 0.61 0.59
Sanmina-SCI SANM 7/19 A 0.06 0.01
Silicon Labs SLAB 7/19 A 0.38 0.21
Steel Dynamics STLD 7/19 A 1.17 0.11
Swift Trans SWFT 7/19 A 0.26 0.23
Technitrol TNL 7/19 A 0.20 0.16
Texas Instruments TXN 7/19 A 0.25 0.09
Universal Health UHS 7/19 A 0.69 0.82
Verisity VRST 7/19 A -0.04 0.10
webMethods WEBM 7/19 A -0.02 -0.12
99 Cents Only NDN 7/20 B 0.05 0.17
Alaska Air ALK 7/20 B -0.02 0.03
Alcan Aluminium AL 7/20 B 0.65 0.41
Altria MO 7/20 B 1.27 1.26
America West AWA 7/20 B 0.40 0.33
Ameritrade AMTD 7/20 B 0.15 0.12
Apria Healthcare AHG 7/20 B 0.57 0.53
Arkansas Best ABFS 7/20 B 0.43 0.30
Artesyn ATSN 7/20 B 0.06 -0.07
BE Aerospace BEAV 7/20 B -0.16 -0.45
Beazer Homes BZH 7/20 B 3.93 3.35
Boise Cascade BCC 7/20 B 0.43 -0.12
Borg Warner BWA 7/20 B 0.91 0.82
Ceridian CEN 7/20 B 0.19 0.17
Chicago Mercantile CME 7/20 B 1.59 1.03
ChoicePoint CPS 7/20 B 0.40 0.37
Colgate-Palmolive CL 7/20 B 0.67 0.62
Continental Air CAL 7/20 B -0.26 -0.37
Corn Products CPO 7/20 B 0.61 0.50
Countrywide CFC 7/20 B 2.23 1.37
DR Horton DHI 7/20 B 0.87 0.66
EarthLink ELNK 7/20 B 0.16 0.07
EMC Corp EMC 7/20 B 0.08 0.04
Ensco ESV 7/20 B 0.10 0.18
ExpressJet XJT 7/20 B 0.54 0.42
Fargo Electronics FRGO 7/20 B 0.14 0.14
Fed Investors FII 7/20 B 0.47 0.44
Federal Signal FSS 7/20 B 0.17 0.24
First Cash FCFS 7/20 B 0.25 0.20
First Horizon FHN 7/20 B 0.94 0.90
Flagstar Bancorp FBC 7/20 B 0.67 1.34
Flowserve FLS 7/20 B 0.30 0.32
Ford Motor F 7/20 B 0.48 0.22
Golden West GDW 7/20 B 2.00 1.76
Greenpoint Fincl GPT 7/20 B n/a 1.03
HCA Healthcare HCA 7/20 B 0.65 0.75
Health Management HMA 7/20 B 0.36 0.26
Hewitt Associates HEW 7/20 B 0.32 0.30
IDX Systems IDXC 7/20 B 0.25 0.18
Illinois Tool ITW 7/20 B 1.16 0.92
Infineon IFX 7/20 B 0.10 -0.09
Johnson Controls JCI 7/20 B 1.15 1.00
Marsh McLennan MMC 7/20 B 0.72 0.66
Mellon Financial MEL 7/20 B 0.44 0.40
Meritage Corp MTH 7/20 B 1.81 1.55
Metro-Gldwn-Myr MGM 7/20 B -0.11 -0.17
Mothers Work MWRK 7/20 B 1.36 1.50
Navigant Consult NCI 7/20 B 0.18 0.09
Occidental Petro OXY 7/20 B 1.33 0.97
Public Service PEG 7/20 B 0.64 0.66
RadioShack RSH 7/20 B 0.39 0.34
Regal Entertainment RGC 7/20 B 0.37 0.35
Rockwell Automation ROK 7/20 B 0.44 0.31
SAFECO SAFC 7/20 B 0.78 0.70
Schlumberger SLB 7/20 B 0.49 0.38
Sepracor SEPR 7/20 B -0.80 -0.40
TASER Intl TASR 7/20 B 0.12 0.02
Tellabs TLAB 7/20 B 0.06 -0.08
Tenneco TEN 7/20 B 0.54 0.50
Tidewater TDW 7/20 B 0.24 0.32
US Bancorp USB 7/20 B 0.53 0.50
Waters WAT 7/20 B 0.41 0.33
XTO Energy XTO 7/20 B 0.53 0.33
Yankee Candle YCC 7/20 B 0.17 0.13
Avery Dennison AVY 7/20 D 0.73 0.70
Gentex Corp GNTX 7/20 D 0.38 0.34
Pogo Producing PPP 7/20 D 1.23 1.24
V.F. Corp VFC 7/20 D 0.75 0.68
Wrigley WWY 7/20 D 0.61 0.56
Activision ATVI 7/20 A 0.05 0.03
Allscripts MDRX 7/20 A 0.01 -0.05
Amazon.com AMZN 7/20 A 0.19 0.10
AmSurg AMSG 7/20 A 0.29 0.24
Apogent Tech AOT 7/20 A 0.41 0.38
Applied Micro AMCC 7/20 A 0.00 -0.03
Ariba ARBA 7/20 A -0.02 0.00
Ascential ASCL 7/20 A 0.10 0.05
Aspect Comms ASPT 7/20 A 0.18 0.12
Black Box BBOX 7/20 A 0.65 0.60
Broadcom BRCM 7/20 A 0.32 0.10
C.H. Robinson CHRW 7/20 A 0.36 0.34
C.R. Bard BCR 7/20 A 0.56 0.47
Career Education CECO 7/20 A 0.34 0.20
CDW Corp CDWC 7/20 A 0.66 0.51
Checkpoint Systems CKP 7/20 A 0.25 0.30
Cheesecake Factory CAKE 7/20 A 0.35 0.30
CNET CNET 7/20 A -0.01 -0.05
CNF Inc CNF 7/20 A 0.57 0.31
Coherent COHR 7/20 A 0.14 -0.01
Compuware CPWR 7/20 A 0.03 0.01
Convergys CVG 7/20 A 0.20 0.29
Cymer CYMI 7/20 A 0.29 -0.15
Dun & Bradstreet DNB 7/20 A 0.59 0.50
Edwards Lifesci EW 7/20 A 0.41 0.39
Entrust ENTU 7/20 A 0.01 -0.11
EZCORP, Inc. EZPW 7/20 A 0.05 0.00
Fiserv FISV 7/20 A 0.47 0.40
IMS Health RX 7/20 A 0.28 0.25
INCO Limited N 7/20 A 0.94 0.25
Internet Security ISSX 7/20 A 0.14 0.12
Interwoven IWOV 7/20 A 0.02 -0.16
InVision INVN 7/20 A 0.34 0.61
JAKKS Pacific JAKK 7/20 A 0.22 0.21
K2, Inc. KTO 7/20 A 0.17 0.16
Kana Software KANA 7/20 A -0.07 -0.35
Komag KOMG 7/20 A 0.35 0.19
Manhattan Assoc MANH 7/20 A 0.23 0.21
Maxtor MXO 7/20 A -0.07 0.11
Microchip MCHP 7/20 A 0.26 0.16
Millipore MIL 7/20 A 0.55 0.45
MKS Instruments MKSI 7/20 A 0.39 -0.04
Mobility Elec MOBE 7/20 A -0.01 -0.07
Netopia NTPA 7/20 A -0.02 -0.05
OMI Corp OMM 7/20 A 0.42 0.33
Owens-Illinois OI 7/20 A 0.48 0.40
PEC Solutions PECS 7/20 A 0.12 0.16
Plantronics PLT 7/20 A 0.37 0.25
Quantum DLT DSS 7/20 A -0.01 -0.03
RF Micro Device RFMD 7/20 A 0.04 -0.04
Robt Half RHI 7/20 A 0.11 0.00
Seagate Tech STX 7/20 A 0.00 0.33
Select Comfort SCSS 7/20 A 0.15 0.12
Siebel Systems SEBL 7/20 A 0.07 0.02
Silicon Image SIMG 7/20 A 0.06 0.00
Sirenza Micro SMDI 7/20 A 0.03 -0.02
Sovereign Banc SOV 7/20 A 0.40 0.37
Stellent STEL 7/20 A 0.00 -0.12
Storage Tech STK 7/20 A 0.33 0.27
Sun Microsystems SUNW 7/20 A -0.03 0.01
Teradyne TER 7/20 A 0.37 -0.19
The Medicines Co MDCO 7/20 A 0.07 -0.14
Thoratec Labs THOR 7/20 A 0.07 0.08
TriZetto Group TZIX 7/20 A -0.18 0.04
Tupperware TUP 7/20 A 0.29 0.23
Vitesse Semi VTSS 7/20 A 0.02 -0.04
WebEx WEBX 7/20 A 0.21 0.14
Websense WBSN 7/20 A 0.22 0.18
WellPoint Health WLP 7/20 A 1.82 1.49
Agere Systems AGR.A 7/21 B 0.01 -0.04
Allegheny Tech ATI 7/21 B -0.36 -0.32
Allergan AGN 7/21 B 0.62 0.53
AMBAC Fincl ABK 7/21 B 1.52 1.32
Ametek AME 7/21 B 0.38 0.33
Amphenol APH 7/21 B 0.42 0.30
Applied Bio ABI 7/21 B 0.25 0.23
ArthroCare ARTC 7/21 B 0.13 0.09
AT&T Wireless AWE 7/21 B 0.01 0.08
ATMI ATMI 7/21 B 0.17 -0.09
Bank of NY BK 7/21 B 0.47 0.42
BJ Services BJS 7/21 B 0.41 0.31
Blockbuster BBI 7/21 B 0.27 0.34
Boeing BA 7/21 B 0.47 -0.24
Celera Genomics CRA 7/21 B -0.30 -0.27
Community Health CYH 7/21 B 0.36 0.30
Dana Corp DCN 7/21 B 0.49 0.35
Diagnostic Products DP 7/21 B 0.63 0.56
Diamond Offshore DO 7/21 B 0.01 -0.17
Diebold DBD 7/21 B 0.60 0.57
Dot Hill Systems HILL 7/21 B 0.10 0.07
Dupont Photomask DPMI 7/21 B -0.39 -1.56
Eastman Kodak EK 7/21 B 0.59 0.60
Fidelity National FNF 7/21 B 1.11 1.62
FileNET FILE 7/21 B 0.12 0.04
First Data FDC 7/21 B 0.52 0.47
FLIR Systems FLIR 7/21 B 0.39 0.27
Furniture Brands FBN 7/21 B 0.40 0.42
General Dynamics GD 7/21 B 1.39 1.22
General Motors GM 7/21 B 2.21 1.58
GlobalSantaFe GSF 7/21 B 0.02 0.19
Greater Bay GBBK 7/21 B 0.43 0.41
Harrah's HET 7/21 B 0.79 0.74
Headwaters HDWR 7/21 B 0.42 0.37
Host Marriott HMT 7/21 B 0.27 0.22
In Focus INFS 7/21 B -0.01 -0.93
Keane KEA 7/21 B 0.14 0.14
Kulicke & Soffa KLIC 7/21 B 0.31 -0.23
L-3 Comms LLL 7/21 B 0.79 0.60
Linens'n Things LIN 7/21 B 0.08 0.13
Littelfuse LFUS 7/21 B 0.41 0.18
LM Ericsson ERICY 7/21 B 0.28 -0.22
Lucent LU 7/21 B 0.02 -0.01
Maverick Tube MVK 7/21 B 1.03 0.03
Merck MRK 7/21 B 0.79 0.79
Moody's MCO 7/21 B 0.72 0.67
MSC.Software MNS 7/21 B 0.06 0.01
Newfield Expl NFX 7/21 B 1.17 1.03
Norfolk Southern NSC 7/21 B 0.45 0.35
Northern Trust NTRS 7/21 B 0.58 0.36
Northwest Air NWAC 7/21 B -1.11 -1.86
Outback Steakhouse OSI 7/21 B 0.64 0.60
Parametric PMTC 7/21 B 0.04 -0.13
Patterson-UTI PTEN 7/21 B 0.31 0.15
Pentair PNR 7/21 B 0.52 0.44
PepsiAmericas PAS 7/21 B 0.41 0.38
PF Chang's PFCB 7/21 B 0.32 0.27
Praxair PX 7/21 B 0.51 0.44
Progress Energy PGN 7/21 B 0.72 0.67
QLT Inc QLTI 7/21 B 0.18 0.16
Rayovac ROV 7/21 B 0.39 0.31
Reynolds & Reynolds REY 7/21 B 0.40 0.40
Sealed Air SEE 7/21 B 0.68 0.56
Sensient SXT 7/21 B 0.36 0.46
Snap-On SNA 7/21 B 0.44 0.38
SouthTrust SOTR 7/21 B 0.56 0.51
Sprint FON FON 7/21 B 0.18 0.35
St. Jude Medical STJ 7/21 B 0.53 0.43
Sybase SY 7/21 B 0.24 0.24
Telephone & Data TDS 7/21 B 0.61 0.38
Tetra Tech TTEK 7/21 B 0.27 0.25
United Tech UTX 7/21 B 1.55 1.26
US Cellular USM 7/21 B 0.32 0.36
Wyeth WYE 7/21 B 0.59 0.65
York Intl YRK 7/21 B 1.14 1.19
Affymetrix AFFX 7/21 D 0.03 0.09
Anheuser-Busch BUD 7/21 D 0.83 0.75
Heartland Express HTLD 7/21 D 0.29 0.25
Synovus SNV 7/21 D 0.34 0.32
AC Moore ACMR 7/21 A 0.03 0.05
Actel ACTL 7/21 A 0.12 0.08
Action Performance ATN 7/21 A 0.43 0.35
Acxiom ACXM 7/21 A 0.13 0.08
Advanced Energy AEIS 7/21 A 0.25 -0.18
AFLAC AFL 7/21 A 0.56 0.46
Alliance Data ADS 7/21 A 0.32 0.21
Alpharma ALO 7/21 A 0.01 0.25
AMC Entertainment AEN 7/21 A 0.16 0.11
Amdocs DOX 7/21 A 0.30 0.23
Arris Group ARRS 7/21 A 0.03 -0.13
Atmel ATML 7/21 A 0.03 -0.09
BroadVision BVSN 7/21 A -0.03 0.01
Brooks Automation BRKS 7/21 A 0.30 -0.29
Burlington Res BR 7/21 A 0.70 0.74
Cadence Design CDN 7/21 A 0.15 0.09
Callidus Software CALD 7/21 A -0.02 n/a
Capital One COF 7/21 A 1.46 1.23
Cerner CERN 7/21 A 0.37 0.25
Charles Schwab SCH 7/21 A 0.10 0.09
Chiron CHIR 7/21 A 0.23 0.36
Cirrus Logic CRUS 7/21 A -0.01 -0.23
Citrix Systems CTXS 7/21 A 0.18 0.18
Cognex CGNX 7/21 A 0.23 0.08
Columbia Sportswear COLM 7/21 A 0.23 0.23
Computer Assoc CA 7/21 A 0.18 0.14
Concur Tech CNQR 7/21 A 0.02 0.01
Corillian CORI 7/21 A 0.05 0.05
Covance CVD 7/21 A 0.36 0.29
CTS Corp CTS 7/21 A 0.10 0.06
CYTYC Corp CYTC 7/21 A 0.18 0.16
Drugstore.com DSCM 7/21 A -0.05 -0.07
DST Systems DST 7/21 A 0.55 0.44
EDS EDS 7/21 A -0.03 0.34
Electronic Arts ERTS 7/21 A 0.05 0.06
Epicor Software EPIC 7/21 A 0.13 0.05
eResearchTech ERES 7/21 A 0.15 0.05
Express Scripts ESRX 7/21 A 0.94 0.78
F5 Networks FFIV 7/21 A 0.18 0.05
Fair Isaac FIC 7/21 A 0.42 0.40
FMC Tech FTI 7/21 A 0.31 0.34
Foundry Ntwks FDRY 7/21 A 0.14 0.13
FTI Consulting FCN 7/21 A 0.30 0.44
Getty Images GYI 7/21 A 0.40 0.23
Global Payment GPN 7/21 A 0.44 0.36
Great Lakes GLK 7/21 A 0.44 0.30
Harris Corp HRS 7/21 A 0.54 0.39
Hyperion Solutions HYSL 7/21 A 0.41 0.25
Intersil ISIL 7/21 A 0.20 0.16
Jack Henry JKHY 7/21 A 0.19 0.16
Kinder Morgan KMI 7/21 A 0.84 0.76
Kinder Morgan Prtnrs KMP 7/21 A 0.51 0.48
Knight Transportation KNGT 7/21 A 0.27 0.23
Kyphon KYPH 7/21 A 0.08 0.07
Lam Research LRCX 7/21 A 0.26 0.02
Leapfrog LF 7/21 A -0.15 -0.07
Leggett & Platt LEG 7/21 A 0.38 0.24
Linear Tech LLTC 7/21 A 0.30 0.20
LSI Logic LSI 7/21 A 0.07 -0.02
Luminex LMNX 7/21 A -0.01 -0.06
Macromedia MACR 7/21 A 0.20 0.11
Micrel MCRL 7/21 A 0.08 -0.01
Micromuse MUSE 7/21 A 0.05 0.04
Millennium Pharm MLNM 7/21 A -0.10 -0.07
Mohawk MHK 7/21 A 1.30 1.12
Molex MOLX 7/21 A 0.28 0.16
Natl Instruments NATI 7/21 A 0.16 0.10
Netegrity NETE 7/21 A 0.04 -0.06
NetIQ NTIQ 7/21 A 0.01 0.07
Oakley OO 7/21 A 0.32 0.27
Owens & Minor OMI 7/21 A 0.38 0.37
Pactiv Corp PTV 7/21 A 0.39 0.37
PerkinElmer PKI 7/21 A 0.20 0.11
Playtex Products PYX 7/21 A 0.08 0.08
Plexus Corp PLXS 7/21 A 0.09 -0.06
Power Integrations POWI 7/21 A 0.15 0.13
Qualcomm QCOM 7/21 A 0.53 0.33
Quest Software QSFT 7/21 A 0.09 0.06
Radian Group RDN 7/21 A 1.15 1.18
Raindance RNDC 7/21 A -0.04 0.01
Rare Hospitality RARE 7/21 A 0.36 0.31
RealNetworks RNWK 7/21 A -0.03 -0.01
Renaissance Learning RLRN 7/21 A 0.28 0.29
Ryland Group RYL 7/21 A 2.52 2.03
Scholastic Corp SCHL 7/21 A 0.85 0.90
Sierra Health Srvs SIE 7/21 A 0.81 0.68
Sierra Wireless SWIR 7/21 A 0.16 0.05
Silicon Storage SSTI 7/21 A 0.18 -0.05
Sina.com SINA 7/21 A 0.31 0.18
STMicroelectronics STM 7/21 A 0.16 0.10
Stratex Networks STXN 7/21 A -0.09 -0.08
SunGard Data SDS 7/21 A 0.34 0.31
SurModics SRDX 7/21 A 0.21 0.26
Symantec SYMC 7/21 A 0.34 0.23
Temple-Inland TIN 7/21 A 0.66 0.11
Tumbleweed CommunicatioTMWD 7/21 A -0.02 -0.06
Veritas Software VRTS 7/21 A 0.24 0.19
VISX EYE 7/21 A 0.18 0.08
Washington Mutual WM 7/21 A 0.96 1.10
Waste Connections WCN 7/21 A 0.62 0.55
Westell Tech WSTL 7/21 A 0.08 0.07
Willis Group WSH 7/21 A 0.58 0.47
Zimmer Hldgs ZMH 7/21 A 0.55 0.45
Adolph Coors RKY 7/22 B 2.01 2.09
AGCO Corp AG 7/22 B 0.45 0.38
Agilysys AGYS 7/22 B 0.12 -0.03
Albemarle ALB 7/22 B 0.42 0.38
Align Tech ALGN 7/22 B 0.06 -0.06
Alltel AT 7/22 B 0.81 0.78
American Axle AXL 7/22 B 1.04 0.97
American Intl AIG 7/22 B 1.11 0.96
American Pharm APPX 7/22 B 0.16 0.27
American Tower AMT 7/22 B -0.16 -0.22
AmerisourceBergen ABC 7/22 B 0.98 1.03
Apache APA 7/22 B 1.03 0.88
Arbitron ARB 7/22 B 0.28 0.26
Archer-Daniels ADM 7/22 B 0.24 0.16
Arrow Elec ARW 7/22 B 0.49 0.17
AstraZeneca AZN 7/22 B 0.50 0.39
AT&T T 7/22 B 0.24 0.68
Autonation AN 7/22 B 0.40 0.37
Avici Systems AVCI 7/22 B -0.64 -0.90
Baker Hughes BHI 7/22 B 0.31 0.24
Ball Corp BLL 7/22 B 1.42 1.30
Baxter BAX 7/22 B 0.40 0.41
Becton Dickinson BDX 7/22 B 0.64 0.57
Bemis BMS 7/22 B 0.42 0.36
Benchmark Elec BHE 7/22 B 0.37 0.31
Biogen Idec BIIB 7/22 B 0.32 0.24
Biolase Technology, IncBLTI 7/22 B 0.06 0.08
Black & Decker BDK 7/22 B 1.26 0.97
Bowater BOW 7/22 B -0.20 -0.86
Bristol-Myers BMY 7/22 B 0.39 0.45
Cabot Corp CBT 7/22 B 0.54 0.38
Cabot Micro CCMP 7/22 B 0.39 0.40
Caterpillar CAT 7/22 B 1.67 1.15
Celgene CELG 7/22 B 0.11 0.03
Ceradyne CRDN 7/22 B 0.31 0.17
Cinergy CIN 7/22 B 0.49 0.46
CIT Group CIT 7/22 B 0.80 0.65
Cooper Industries CBE 7/22 B 0.86 0.69
Cooper Tire CTB 7/22 B 0.39 0.17
CSX Corp CSX 7/22 B 0.60 0.59
Deckers Outdoor DECK 7/22 B 0.34 0.15
Dow Chemical DOW 7/22 B 0.66 0.43
Duane Reade DRD 7/22 B 0.18 0.17
Ecolab ECL 7/22 B 0.29 0.25
Electroglas EGLS 7/22 B -0.12 -0.55
Eli Lilly LLY 7/22 B 0.68 0.64
EMCOR Group EME 7/22 B 0.44 0.53
Endo Pharm ENDP 7/22 B 0.24 0.35
Eon Labs ELAB 7/22 B 0.26 0.20
Equifax EFX 7/22 B 0.39 0.36
Franklin Resources BEN 7/22 B 0.75 0.52
FreeMarkets FMKT 7/22 B 0.03 -0.04
Gevity GVHR 7/22 B 0.25 0.15
Goodrich GR 7/22 B 0.30 0.12
Guidant GDT 7/22 B 0.58 0.64
Helmerich & Payne HP 7/22 B 0.16 0.16
Hershey Foods HSY 7/22 B 0.31 0.28
ICT Group ICTG 7/22 B 0.06 0.12
IKON Office IKN 7/22 B 0.16 0.20
Imation Corp IMN 7/22 B 0.51 0.52
IMC Global IGL 7/22 B 0.16 -0.22
Ingersoll-Rand IR 7/22 B 1.27 0.81
Intl Flavors IFF 7/22 B 0.63 0.59
Intl Game Tech IGT 7/22 B 0.33 0.30
Intl Paper IP 7/22 B 0.36 0.19
Invitrogen IVGN 7/22 B 0.74 0.56
ITT Educational ESI 7/22 B 0.29 0.21
Jacobs JEC 7/22 B 0.63 0.58
Jetblue Airways JBLU 7/22 B 0.21 0.25
Kimberly-Clark KMB 7/22 B 0.89 0.82
Knight-Ridder KRI 7/22 B 1.07 0.95
Laboratory Corp LH 7/22 B 0.65 0.60
Laureate Education LAUR 7/22 B 0.32 0.21
Level 3 LVLT 7/22 B -0.32 -0.54
Lockheed Martin LMT 7/22 B 0.61 0.60
Lyondell Chem LYO 7/22 B 0.06 -0.34
Marathon Oil MRO 7/22 B 1.02 0.85
Maytag MYG 7/22 B 0.39 0.56
MBNA Corp KRB 7/22 B 0.48 0.42
MDU Resources MDU 7/22 B 0.42 0.39
MedImmune MEDI 7/22 B -0.15 0.06
Metris MXT 7/22 B -0.66 -0.44
Monaco Coach MNC 7/22 B 0.40 0.02
MTC Tech MTCT 7/22 B 0.26 0.22
Mylan Labs MYL 7/22 B 0.27 0.25
Nanometrics NANO 7/22 B 0.04 -0.34
NCR Corp NCR 7/22 B 0.18 0.09
Neurocrine Biosci NBIX 7/22 B -0.03 -0.33
New Century NCEN 7/22 B 1.96 1.61
NII Holdings NIHD 7/22 B 0.46 0.65
Office Depot ODP 7/22 B 0.23 0.19
Old Dominion ODFL 7/22 B 0.39 0.27
Open Solutions OPEN 7/22 B 0.17 n/a
Oshkosh Truck OSK 7/22 B 0.79 0.69
PACCAR PCAR 7/22 B 1.12 0.71
Penn Natl Gaming PENN 7/22 B 0.53 0.47
Pharm Resources PRX 7/22 B 0.70 0.74
Premcor PCO 7/22 B 1.67 0.50
Priority Hlthcare PHCC 7/22 B 0.29 0.26
Quest Diagnostics DGX 7/22 B 1.28 1.12
Raytheon RTN 7/22 B 0.31 0.42
Reebok RBK 7/22 B 0.40 0.41
Respironics RESP 7/22 B 0.59 0.50
Retek RETK 7/22 B 0.03 -0.03
SABRE Hldgs TSG 7/22 B 0.43 0.23
Safeway SWY 7/22 B 0.38 0.47
SAP AG SAP 7/22 B 0.27 0.23
Satyam Computer SAY 7/22 B 0.20 n/a
SBC SBC 7/22 B 0.35 0.42
Schering-Plough SGP 7/22 B -0.01 0.12
Sears, Roebuck S 7/22 B 0.78 0.90
Sherwin-Williams SHW 7/22 B 0.86 0.75
Skechers USA SKX 7/22 B 0.17 -0.06
Starwood Hotels HOT 7/22 B 0.37 0.28
Steris Corp STE 7/22 B 0.25 0.23
Sunoco SUN 7/22 B 2.01 1.04
Syntel SYNT 7/22 B 0.23 0.25
Taro Pharm TARO 7/22 B 0.51 0.50
Telular Corporation WRLS 7/22 B -0.07 -0.14
Textron TXT 7/22 B 0.74 0.76
Timken TKR 7/22 B 0.32 0.18
Titan Corp TTN 7/22 B 0.20 0.18
Tuesday Morning TUES 7/22 B 0.20 0.15
Ultratech Stepper UTEK 7/22 B 0.02 0.05
Union Pacific UNP 7/22 B 0.62 1.10
United Defense UDI 7/22 B 0.68 0.58
United Rentals URI 7/22 B 0.36 0.25
UPS UPS 7/22 B 0.70 0.61
UST Inc UST 7/22 B 0.78 0.77
Valassis VCI 7/22 B 0.48 0.57
Viacom VIA.B 7/22 B 0.43 0.37
Viad Corp VVI 7/22 B 0.39 0.47
Whirlpool WHR 7/22 B 1.49 1.31
Alberto-Culver ACV 7/22 D 0.54 0.47
Noble Drilling NE 7/22 D 0.25 0.33
Taiwan Semi TSM 7/22 D 0.12 0.07
Wendy's WEN 7/22 D 0.62 0.53
@Road ARDI 7/22 A 0.06 0.00
Adv Fibre Comm AFCI 7/22 A 0.08 0.09
Advent Software ADVS 7/22 A 0.01 -0.22
Amgen AMGN 7/22 A 0.59 0.49
Applied Films AFCO 7/22 A 0.34 0.27
Autobytel ABTL 7/22 A 0.03 0.03
Avaya AV 7/22 A 0.12 0.02
Avid Tech AVID 7/22 A 0.43 0.25
Biosite BSTE 7/22 A 0.49 0.43
Borland BORL 7/22 A 0.06 0.04
California Pizza CPKI 7/22 A 0.24 0.23
Callaway Golf ELY 7/22 A 0.22 0.52
Cambrex Corp CBM 7/22 A 0.25 0.31
Cash America Intl PWN 7/22 A 0.24 0.17
Celestica CLS 7/22 A 0.09 -0.07
Cepheid CPHD 7/22 A -0.09 -0.14
Chordiant Sftwr CHRD 7/22 A 0.02 0.00
Closure Medical CLSR 7/22 A 0.14 0.12
Conexant CNXT 7/22 A 0.05 0.00
Crane CR 7/22 A 0.51 0.44
Cytec CYT 7/22 A 0.64 0.64
Digital Insight DGIN 7/22 A 0.16 0.15
Digitas DTAS 7/22 A 0.10 0.05
DoubleClick DCLK 7/22 A 0.04 0.04
E.piphany EPNY 7/22 A -0.04 -0.09
Eastman Chem EMN 7/22 A 0.78 0.62
eBay EBAY 7/22 A 0.27 0.19
Encore Wire Corp WIRE 7/22 A 0.81 0.17
Enterasys ETS 7/22 A -0.05 -0.05
Exult EXLT 7/22 A 0.02 0.04
First Ind. Rlty FR 7/22 A 0.72 0.11
Flextronics FLEX 7/22 A 0.14 0.04
Gateway GTW 7/22 A -0.14 -0.22
Hutchinson HTCH 7/22 A 0.10 0.55
Insight Enterpr NSIT 7/22 A 0.28 0.19
Integrated Silicon ISSI 7/22 A 0.17 -0.21
Intrado TRDO 7/22 A 0.19 0.16
J. Jill Group JILL 7/22 A 0.30 0.30
JDS Uniphase JDSU 7/22 A -0.01 -0.02
Kopin KOPN 7/22 A -0.03 -0.01
Kronos KRON 7/22 A 0.33 0.27
McKesson MCK 7/22 A 0.48 0.53
Mentor Graphics MENT 7/22 A 0.10 0.12
Merit Medical MMSI 7/22 A 0.17 0.15
Microsemi MSCC 7/22 A 0.09 0.03
Microsoft MSFT 7/22 A 0.28 0.23
Molecular Devices MDCC 7/22 A 0.16 0.12
Newport NEWP 7/22 A 0.03 -0.05
Openwave OPWV 7/22 A -0.04 -0.24
Packeteer PKTR 7/22 A 0.10 0.08
Polycom PLCM 7/22 A 0.16 0.08
Pulte Homes PHM 7/22 A 1.43 0.98
RadiSys RSYS 7/22 A 0.16 0.10
RSA Security RSAS 7/22 A 0.11 0.05
Sapient SAPE 7/22 A 0.02 -0.02
Scientific Games SGMS 7/22 A 0.21 0.14
Serologicals SERO 7/22 A 0.14 0.12
Sigma-Aldrich SIAL 7/22 A 0.81 0.67
Starbucks SBUX 7/22 A 0.22 0.17
THQ Inc THQI 7/22 A -0.10 -0.09
TriQuint Semi TQNT 7/22 A 0.00 -0.11
Varian Semi VSEA 7/22 A 0.51 0.04
VeriSign VRSN 7/22 A 0.15 0.19
Vertex Pharm VRTX 7/22 A -0.52 -0.60
Virage Logic VIRL 7/22 A 0.02 -0.07
WellChoice WC 7/22 A 0.71 0.59
Western Digital WDC 7/22 A 0.16 0.23
Xilinx XLNX 7/22 A 0.28 0.14
Yellow Roadway YELL 7/22 A 0.88 0.54
Zoran ZRAN 7/22 A 0.10 0.18
AVX Corp AVX 7/23 B 0.09 -0.08
Belo BLC 7/23 B 0.38 0.34
CEMEX S.A. CX 7/23 B 0.86 1.00
Chartered Semi CHRT 7/23 B 0.04 -0.36
Cummins CMI 7/23 B 1.29 0.34
Dynegy DYN 7/23 B -0.09 -0.06
Extreme Networks EXTR 7/23 B 0.01 -0.06
FPL Group FPL 7/23 B 1.40 1.35
Great A&P Tea GAP 7/23 B -1.14 -0.53
Halliburton HAL 7/23 B 0.33 0.09
HCR Manor Care HCR 7/23 B 0.45 0.32
Metro One MTON 7/23 B -0.34 -0.37
National-Oilwell NOI 7/23 B 0.25 0.24
Nucor NUE 7/23 B 2.86 0.11
Peoples Energy PGL 7/23 B 0.33 0.22
Pfizer PFE 7/23 B 0.46 0.30
Russell RML 7/23 B 0.15 0.20
Ryder System R 7/23 B 0.69 0.54
SCANA Corp SCG 7/23 B 0.43 0.38
Standard Pacific SPF 7/23 B 1.53 1.26
T. Rowe Price TROW 7/23 B 0.62 0.42
Weyerhaeuser WY 7/23 B 1.06 0.41[/code:1:2d924ef79a]

IIC
07-01-2004, 12:54 AM
SNT

http://trimurl.com/AP

AMLN

http://trimurl.com/AQ

MACD Crossovers

IIC
07-01-2004, 07:48 PM
Couldn't get on the forum all day...there were a few nice ones today...too bad I don't own any of them. Was hoping we'd finish above 2020. Naz Futs down 1.00 right now:


Today's Momo:

PHRM RIMM KMRT CRDN ZONA TZOO CACS URBN LWAY LAKE CADA SMTS ONYX ARKR LUCY CNTY CALC CULS IMOS

IIC
07-01-2004, 08:49 PM
NAZ S/R for Friday:

Resistance:

2154
2092
2079
2055-Medium
2038-Weak
2025

Support:

2013
2002-Medium
1992-Weak
1982-Strong
1960
1938-Weak
1902
1889
1877


QQQ:

Resistance:

37.85
37.45
37.10-Strong

Support:

36.60-Weak
36.30-Strong
35.85

IIC
07-01-2004, 09:27 PM
All my sqwaking and rabble rousing the past 2 days at IBD Forums and all over the net got IBD to admit that the DGO Industry Groups is all screwed up intraday and they plan to fix it...we'll see about that...Call them and DEMAND a refund if you subscribe to it...IIC

You can follow the thread at IBD Forums called DGO RIPOFF

IIC
07-02-2004, 01:08 AM
Looks like ALDA just had a trend reversal on 6/28 with a bullish harami.

IIC
07-02-2004, 02:27 AM
Nice Cup w/ handle description:

http://www.haikulabs.com/mh.htm

IIC
07-02-2004, 05:42 PM
Have a Great 4th everybody:

http://www.njagyouth.org/Liberty_.htm

IIC
07-02-2004, 06:47 PM
Today's MoMo: JUNO KMRT AIRT DWSN COHT LWAY CACS CLWT LUCY ZONA SMIT ACTG

IIC
07-02-2004, 07:25 PM
The following had EPS of at least +100% latest qtr. and have 100%+ projections this year and next year:

CELG ENTG HOLX KELYA KEYW LRCX RTEC WMO XICO


The following in the top 25% of my RS Database had EPS of at least +50% and have 50%+ projections this year and next year:

SMTS LIFC RHAT CNH LAYN GRP HOLX GGC CELG CSGP ECHO MSCC XICO ARXX RHI WMO CGNX MTW SBSE

IIC 100:

TZOO TASR RIMM NAVR CNTY TACT SNHY SWIR SMTS HUBG URBN ISSC ALDN CPRT PMTI ERES LCUT LSCP VTIV PETD POSS WSBK RELV LIFC RHAT SIMG PRFT DXYN YHOO PNFP FLIR FARO ELAB PTRY SHFL ASKJ UNFI RUSHB EAGL HLEX BEIQ GEHL AMMD DRAX SCST NARA SNIC LAYN NIKU EBAY ANDW HOLX AAPL CATT EZPW JOYG BELFB PETM CLDN EPIC ARTC VNBC SGMS GVHR NDSN PXLW CSGP FCFS DTAS CELG ADEX DRIV SUMX CDIS VCLK ULBI ECHO USPI FILE XICO MSCC RSAS ATYT ARXX VRNT CERN OPEN RVSN CGNX GTIV SBSE SBNY BSET UOPX PDCO CTSH INFY IAAI FAST VMSI

IIC
07-02-2004, 07:34 PM
Analyst Actions

Time Company Ticker Action Source
3:26pm Sybase SY downgraded to Mkt Perform JMP Securities
3:03pm SCANA SCG TP raised to $39 A.G. Edwards & Sons
2:48pm Peabody Energy BTU downgraded to Hold A.G. Edwards & Sons
2:19pm Fluor Corp FLR downgraded to Underperform D.A. Davidson
2:15pm Captiva Software CPTV initiated with Outperform RBC Capital Markets
2:10pm Salesforce.com CRM initiated with Neutral Weight Prudential Financial
2:09pm Pharmaceutical Resources PRX downgraded to Hold A.G. Edwards & Sons
2:08pm Nabors Industries NBI TP reduced to $59 RBC Capital Markets
1:55pm Bausch & Lomb BOL TP raised to $76 First Albany
1:55pm New York Community Bancorp NYB TP reduced to $17 RBC Capital Markets
1:47pm Integrated Silicon Solutions ISSI TP reduced to $18 Deutsche Securities
1:44pm Primus Telecommunications Group PRTL TP reduced to $6 Jefferies & Co
1:42pm New York Community Bancorp NYB TP reduced to $17 Moors & Cabot Inc.
1:41pm Concurrent CCUR TP reduced to $2.7 Roth Capital
1:39pm L&G LGI upgraded to Hold Dryden Financial
1:38pm Ceradyne CRDN TP raised to $46 Roth Capital
1:37pm Rowan Cos RDC TP raised to $29 Jefferies & Co
1:35pm Nabors Industries NBI TP reduced to $59 RBC Capital Markets
1:29pm New York Community Bancorp NYB TP reduced to $17 RBC Capital Markets
1:27pm Guidant GDT TP reduced to $69 Banc of America
1:26pm Maxtor Corp MXO TP reduced to $6 Banc of America
1:25pm Informatica INFA TP reduced to $7.5 First Albany
1:25pm Boston Scientific BSX TP raised to $55 Banc of America
1:22pm Texas Instruments TXN TP reduced to $35 Wedbush Morgan
1:21pm Integrated Silicon Solutions ISSI TP reduced to $23 Schwab Soundview
1:17pm Biomet BMET TP raised to $44 Harris Nesbitt
1:07pm Biomet BMET TP raised to $47 Prudential Financial
1:07pm Silgan Holdings SLGN initiated with Overweight J.P. Morgan Securities
1:06pm Guidant GDT TP reduced to $82 Lazard Freres
1:04pm Sunoco SUN TP raised to $51 Prudential Financial
1:03pm Guidant GDT TP reduced to $54 UBS
1:02pm Wendy's International WEN TP reduced to $42 UBS
1:01pm Sealed Air SEE downgraded to Neutral J.P. Morgan Securities
1:01pm Network Engines NENG TP reduced to $3.5 Think Equity Partners
12:59pm New York Community Bancorp NYB downgraded to Peer Perform Bear Stearns
12:58pm Captiva Software CPTV initiated with Outperform RBC Capital Markets
12:57pm Salesforce.com CRM initiated with Neutral Weight Prudential Financial
12:56pm Silgan Holdings SLGN initiated with Overweight J.P. Morgan Securities
12:56pm NOVA Chemicals NC6 downgraded to Neutral UBS
12:53pm WebMethods WEBM downgraded to Neutral Buckingham Research
12:52pm Fluor Corp FLR downgraded to Underperform D.A. Davidson
12:46pm Urban Outfitters URBN TP raised to $70 Wedbush Morgan
12:35pm Intel INTC downgraded to Hold Deutsche Securities
12:34pm Salix Pharmaceuticals SLXP downgraded to Buy Roth Capital
12:33pm Emulex ELX downgraded to Sell Lazard Freres
12:33pm Watchguard Technologies WGRD upgraded to Buy McAdams Wright Ragen
12:32pm New York Community Bancorp NYB downgraded to Peer Perform Bear Stearns
12:28pm Georgia Gulf GGC downgraded to Reduce UBS
12:27pm Telmex TMX downgraded to In-Line Goldman Sachs
12:26pm Sealed Air SEE downgraded to Neutral J.P. Morgan Securities
12:23pm Nortel Networks NNT downgraded to Sector Perform CIBC World Markets
12:22pm Thoratec Labs THOR downgraded to Equal-weight Lehman Brothers
12:21pm Amkor Technology AMKR downgraded to Mkt Perform Piper Jaffray
12:20pm Unibanco UBB downgraded to Sell Smith Barney Citigroup
12:19pm Sybase SY downgraded to Mkt Perform JMP Securities
12:17pm NOVA Chemicals NC6 downgraded to Neutral Weight UBS
12:17pm Pogo Producing PPP downgraded to Neutral Merrill Lynch
12:16pm CUNO Inc CUNO downgraded to Neutral Merrill Lynch
12:15pm Maxtor Corp MXO downgraded to Neutral Robert W. Baird
12:13pm The Walt Disney Company DIS upgraded to Buy Sanders Morris Harris
12:10pm CollaGenex Pharmaceuticals CGPI upgraded to Strong Buy Roth Capital
12:09pm Emmis Communications EMMSP upgraded to Equal-weight Morgan Stanley
12:08pm Seagate Technology STX upgraded to Neutral Banc of America
11:57am Greene King GNK TP raised to 1198p UBS
11:53am Centrica CENA TP raised to 280p UBS
11:47am Superior Energy Services SPN TP raised to $13 Hibernia Southcoast Capital
11:46am Berkeley BKL TP raised to 1496p UBS
11:38am Pogo Producing PPP downgraded to Hold Hibernia Southcoast Capital
11:38am Biomet BMET TP raised to $51 Robert W. Baird
11:27am Robert Mondavi MOND downgraded to Neutral D.A. Davidson
10:16am Meridian Gold MDG TP raised to $17.15 Canaccord Capital
10:07am WellChoice WC initiated with Mkt Perform Wachovia Securities
9:49am Netflix NFLX TP raised to $39 First Albany
9:40am PacifiCare Health Systems PHS initiated with Mkt Perform Wachovia Securities
9:28am Sainsbury J SUY TP reduced to 219p Morgan Stanley
9:23am Cardinal Health CAH downgraded to Mkt Perform Raymond James
9:12am Societe Generale SGE downgraded to Equal-weight Morgan Stanley
9:05am Health Net HNT initiated with Outperform Wachovia Securities
8:55am Den norske Bank NBA upgraded to Overweight Morgan Stanley
8:25am Inveresk Research IRGI downgraded to Neutral Robert W. Baird
8:22am Centrica CENA upgraded to Neutral J.P. Morgan Securities
8:13am Biomet BMET upgraded to Buy First Albany
7:48am Emulex ELX downgraded to Buy Adams Harkness & Hill
7:43am Marvel Technology MRVL initiated with Hold Deutsche Securities
7:41am NetEase.com NTES downgraded to Equal-weight Pac. Growth Equities
7:38am Protein Design Labs PDLI TP reduced to $23 First Albany
7:35am Brocade BRCD downgraded to Buy Adams Harkness & Hill
7:33am Datascope DSCP downgraded to Mkt Perform Morgan Keegan
7:24am McData MCDTA downgraded to Reduce Adams Harkness & Hill
6:53am West Marine WMAR downgraded to Neutral Advest
6:52am Sainsbury J SUY TP reduced to 225p J.P. Morgan Securities
6:51am Nabors Industries NBI downgraded to Neutral Robert W. Baird
6:45am Liberty International LJ2 upgraded to Neutral J.P. Morgan Securities
6:40am eSpeed ESPD downgraded to Neutral Hoefer and Arnett
6:33am Pennon PNN downgraded to Neutral J.P. Morgan Securities
5:47am DRS Technologies DRS TP raised to $40 Advest
4:52am Varian VAR initiated with Buy First Albany
4:05am Best Buy BBY initiated with Hold A.G. Edwards & Sons
3:59am Titan Corp TTN upgraded to Hold A.G. Edwards & Sons
3:52am Emulex ELX downgraded to Hold A.G. Edwards & Sons

IIC
07-02-2004, 08:31 PM
Economic Data and other events
scheduled for July 5 - 9

MONDAY
Independence Day Holiday - All Markets Closed

TUESDAY
ISM Services Index<10 am ET)

Challenger Layoffs Report (10 am ET)

Treasury auctions 3&6-month bills

WEDNESDAY
Weekly Chain Store Sales (9 am ET)

Treasury auctions 5-year notes

THURSDAY
Weekly Initial Jobless Claims (8:30 am ET)

Chain Stores Sales for June (11 am ET)

Treasury auctions 10-year notes

Consumer Credit for May (3 pm ET)

Weekly Money Supply (4:30 pm ET)

FRIDAY
Wholesale Trade for May (10 am ET)

IIC
07-03-2004, 12:38 PM
IIC 100


1) Naz only any price:(This is the one I use...posted earlier)

TZOO TASR RIMM NAVR CNTY TACT SNHY SWIR SMTS HUBG URBN ISSC ALDN CPRT PMTI ERES LCUT LSCP VTIV PETD POSS WSBK RELV LIFC RHAT SIMG PRFT DXYN YHOO PNFP FLIR FARO ELAB PTRY SHFL ASKJ UNFI RUSHB EAGL HLEX BEIQ GEHL AMMD DRAX SCST NARA SNIC LAYN NIKU EBAY ANDW HOLX AAPL CATT EZPW JOYG BELFB PETM CLDN EPIC ARTC VNBC SGMS GVHR NDSN PXLW CSGP FCFS DTAS CELG ADEX DRIV SUMX CDIS VCLK ULBI ECHO USPI FILE XICO MSCC RSAS ATYT ARXX VRNT CERN OPEN RVSN CGNX GTIV SBSE SBNY BSET UOPX PDCO CTSH INFY IAAI FAST VMSI

2) All Exchanges any price:

AIT ALDN AMMD ANDW ARO ARTC ASE ASKJ BCO BEIQ BELFB BEV BRY BXG CATT CLB CLDN CMN CNH CNTY COH CPRT CRS CSGP DRAX DTAS DXYN EAGL EBAY ELAB EPIC ERES EZPW FARO FLIR GDP GEF GEHL GGC GRP GVHR HAR HLEX HMX HOLX HUBG HWK ISSC JOYG LAYN LB LCUT LIFC LSCP MSM NARA NAVR NCI NDSN NIKU OCN PETD PETM PLT PMTI PNFP POSS PRFT PTRY PXG RELV RHAT RIMM RNT RRC RUSHB SCST SGMS SHFL SIMG SMTS SNHY SNIC SUMX SWIR SYK TACT TASR TNB TYC TZOO UNFI UPL URBN VNBC VTIV WSBK YHOO ZMH ZNT

3) All Exchanges $15+

AAPL AIT ALDN AMMD ANDW ARO ARTC ASE ASKJ AXE BCO BEIQ BELFB BRY CATT CDIS CELG CHS CLB CLDN CMN CNF CNH COH CPRT CRS CSGP DJO DRIV EAGL EBAY ELAB ERES FARO FCFS FILE FLIR FMC GBX GEF GEHL GGC GRP GVHR GYI HAR HLEX HOLX HUBG INFY ISSC JOYG LAYN LCUT LSCP MBT MSM NARA NCI NDSN PDCO PETD PETM PLT PMTI PNFP POSS PTRY RHAT RIMM RNT RRC RST SBSE SCST SGMS SHFL SMTS SNHY SNIC SWIR SYK TACT TASR TKR TNB TYC TZOO ULBI UNFI UPL URBN USPI VNBC VTIV WMO WSBK YHOO ZMH ZNT

Note: In list #3 there are 26 that also appear in the IBD 100. I use my own proprietary formula however... It is based on my own RS...which does not match IBD exactly, but it is pretty close, and current/projected eps along with a couple of other variables...They are not recommendations...simply stocks that match my selected criteria...IIC

IIC
07-03-2004, 01:46 PM
I thought this chart was pretty interesting:

http://www.arborwood.com/awforums/data/attached_files/1160/23324.1.cpi.gif

IIC
07-03-2004, 02:48 PM
Naz % Gainers-Friday

Symbol Name Last Trade Change Volume
HOOK REDHOOK ALE BREWERY 07/02 3.6490 +0.71 +24.12% 495,002
DFIB CARDIAC SCIENCE INC 07/02 3.0500 +0.59 +23.98% 12,852,870
LUCY LUCILLE FARMS INC 07/02 2.7400 +0.49 +21.78% 490,211
WSTF WESTAFF INC 07/02 3.3700 +0.59 +21.22% 113,831
TELOZ TEL OFFSHORE TR UNIT BEN 07/02 5.0100 +0.86 +20.72% 73,742
SSLI SOUTHERN SEC LIFE INS INC 07/02 3.6500 +0.55 +17.70% 3,502
FCCG FOG CUTTER CAP GROUP INC 07/02 4.2920 +0.61 +16.63% 33,854
PFCO PAULA FINL DEL 07/02 3.5600 +0.49 +15.96% 148,163
AMOT ALLIED MOTION TECHNOLOGIES I 07/02 5.4400 +0.67 +14.05% 45,144
AIRT AIR T INC 07/02 12.7700 +1.40 +12.31% 794,750

IIC
07-04-2004, 01:20 PM
Naz Chart:

http://www.arborwood.com/awforums/data/attached_files/1328/39835.1.nasdaq02-07-04.png

IIC
07-04-2004, 01:44 PM
Naz Composite Short Interest...gotta stop sometime:


[code:1:cd8c325e91]
Settlement Date Total Short Interest Number of Securities
June 13, 2003 4,604,557,148 3,569
July 15, 2003 4,683,497,070 3,504
August 15, 2003 4,404,472,224 3,472
September 15, 2003 4,521,740,414 3,497
October 15, 2003 4,584,107,664 3,474
November 14, 2003 4,563,123,033 3,456
December 15, 2003 4,713,016,555 3,440
January 15, 2003 4,687,305,136 3,454
February 13, 2004 4,593,580,829 3,463
March 15, 2004 4,855,579,913 3,443
April 15, 2004 4,993,345,137 3,443
May 14, 2004 4,958,452,082 3,416
June 15, 2004 5,170,987,973 3,430
[/code:1:cd8c325e91]

billyjoe
07-04-2004, 11:07 PM
IIC, How long has the IIC 100 been in existance and how well has it been performing? Do you ever tweak the formula or is it set? Thanks,
billyjoe
p.s. if I ever come out with a list it would be something like the "billyjoe 10" since 100 is too many for my diminished brain power

IIC
07-05-2004, 02:36 AM
The IIC 100 has been around since April 3rd of this year...I never calculated the running increase/decrease...I just scan the charts to see if I like any of them.

Actually I run a lot of scans...this one is not my favorite.

Here is the original one based on the close on 4/2/04...feel free to check it out and let us know how it did...looks like some were good at a quick glance.

TASR SWIR ITIG EVCI ALDN CKSW PMTI LSCP HUBG ULBI NOBL DRAX AMXC ABAX RHAT ASKJ TRCI MTLM MRBA GVHR DPTR CWTR CCBI CAMP URBN SSNC PXLW PTIX MSON ABTL SIMG SGMS OMCL EZPW CPTV SINT CACH VOXX QLTI LEXR JNPR FLBK VNBC SCUR RSYS OTEX FFIV ENMC ELAB SINA RECN ARXX VCLK SNIC POSS JOYG ISSC ADSK RVSN SHFL UNFI PNFP MSCC ERES CECO ARMHY SCST JOSB GALN SBSE RSAS NTES HOLX CLDN ADRX UOPX PLCM FILE CELL CDIC AUTN SYNA OVTI KYPH SANM FLEX BSET ZIGO MTRX AMMD STRA SCSS NICE MRVL HLEX APOL VECO PETM YHOO XPRSA

The formula remains the same...Naz, High RS, Current and Projected EPS of at least_____ and some other variables

IIC
07-05-2004, 02:47 AM
I like the charts on UPL and EPEX...watch for moves on vol.

IIC
07-06-2004, 10:00 AM
FWIW...Fortune mid year Top 40:

http://trimurl.com/BJ

IIC
07-06-2004, 08:02 PM
Today's MoMo:

AIRT KMRT IDSA SUMX LWAY DWSN VLCCF CALM TRGL SMRT BBSI VIDE CLDA SMXC BOOT CACS LUCY FTHR COHT AMOT NOOF WSTF ACTG

IIC
07-06-2004, 08:15 PM
Advance/Decline Charts

http://tal.marketgauge.com/dvmgpro/charts/COCAD05.GIF

http://tal.marketgauge.com/dvmgpro/charts/COCAD12.GIF

http://tal.marketgauge.com/dvmgpro/charts/COCAD30.GIF

IIC
07-06-2004, 08:25 PM
Naz, New high, closed up on at least 2x ADV...

AIRT SUMX DWSN TRGL ARTL SMRT STLD VIDE DCBK LUCY CALC FTHR COHT MPAC BOCH

IIC
07-06-2004, 08:36 PM
[code:1:2aa132da4f]Late-Trading Activity (4:00 P.M. - 6:30 P.M. Eastern Time)

. TUESDAY FRIDAY THURSDAY WEDNESDAY TUESDAY
Issues Traded 2,938 2,720 3,072 3,399 3,452
Advances 1359 522 701 444 540
Declines 448 647 441 464 513
Unchanged 1,131 1,551 1,930 2,491 2,399
Advancing Volume 32,549,337 9,276,742 14,656,329 22,338,660 25,368,823
Declining Volume 14,832,820 7,477,032 17,179,816 45,608,831 17,720,916
Total Volume 87,533,728 27,478,470 64,678,275 133,943,884 80,383,881

LATE MOST ACTIVE ISSUES
ISSUE EXCH VOL(000s) LAST NET CHG % CHG
Nasdaq 100 (A) 3,194.8 36.02 -0.01 unch
Microsoft (Nq) 1,921.9 28.02 unch unch
SunMicrsys (Nq) 1,858.4 3.91 +0.03 +0.8
Intel (Nq) 1,654.3 26.14 +0.03 +0.1
PepsiCo (N) 1,577.4 53.50 unch unch
CiscoSys (Nq) 1,355.2 22.39 +0.02 +0.1
Level3Comm (Nq) 1,352.7 3.12 +0.02 +0.6
OracleCp (Nq) 1,300.5 11.22 +0.02 +0.2
VeritasSftwr (Nq) 1,092.7 16.97 -0.03 -0.2
OcciPete (N) 981.5 48.86 unch unch
Micromuse (Nq) 819.2 5.30 +0.13 +2.5
AutDataProc (N) 817.0 40.77 unch unch
AscentialSftwr (Nq) 781.4 11.30 -2.72 -19.4
ApldMatl (Nq) 759.9 17.93 -0.08 -0.4
Dell (Nq) 704.0 35.07 +0.14 +0.4
Alltel (N) 687.7 49.65 unch unch
Elan ADS (N) 660.0 25.25 unch unch
SPDR (A) 656.0 111.89 unch unch
RobHalfIntl (N) 640.0 28.79 unch unch
HewlettPk (N) 625.9 20.00 -0.04 -0.2
GenElec (N) 619.6 31.83 unch unch
Tellabs (Nq) 572.6 8.11 -0.03 -0.4
NSTAR (N) 569.4 47.68 unch unch
SemiConHldrs (A) 471.1 34.62 +0.04 +0.1
Yahoo (Nq) 457.8 33.38 +0.16 +0.5
Pfizer (N) 447.9 33.87 unch unch
Wachovia (N) 428.9 44.11 unch unch
JohnsCtrl (N) 425.5 51.52 unch unch
TibcoSftwr (Nq) 425.5 7.34 unch
SecureCmptg (Nq) 424.1 6.70 -3.23 -32.5

LATE PRICE PERCENTAGE GAINERS
ISSUE EXCH VOL(000s) LAST NET CHG % CHG
Camtek (Nq) 11.5 6.15 +0.95 +18.3
QuestSftwr (Nq) 35.6 12.34 +1.23 +11.1
Knghtsbrdg (Nq) 11.1 34.00 +3.04 +9.8
CardiacSci (Nq) 14.9 3.10 +0.17 +5.8
Aeropostale (N) 16.9 27.91 +1.27 +4.8
AirT (SC) 71.7 19.70 +0.80 +4.2
CarrierAcc (Nq) 20.6 14.95 +0.57 +4.0
WrldAirwy (SC) 84.4 4.70 +0.17 +3.8
eSpeed A (Nq) 6.2 11.77 +0.38 +3.3
VicuronPharm (Nq) 11.7 12.15 +0.37 +3.1
Applebee (Nq) 36.1 23.45 +0.66 +2.9
CinnBell (N) 45.4 4.27 +0.12 +2.9
II-VI (Nq) 14.4 29.20 +0.82 +2.9
Micromuse (Nq) 819.2 5.30 +0.13 +2.5
Dynegy A (N) 20.1 4.37 +0.10 +2.3

LATE PRICE PERCENTAGE LOSERS
ISSUE EXCH VOL(000s) LAST NET CHG % CHG
SecureCmptg (Nq) 424.1 6.70 -3.23 -32.5
Netopia (Nq) 20.8 4.59 -1.24 -21.3
AscentialSftwr (Nq) 781.4 11.30 -2.72 -19.4
JDA SftwrGp (Nq) 53.1 10.00 -1.85 -15.6
AproprosTch (Nq) 27.9 3.15 -0.15 -4.5
Corinthian (Nq) 91.7 22.63 -1.06 -4.5
MeadeInstr (Nq) 20.0 3.05 -0.11 -3.5
IndSvcsAm (SC) 12.7 13.71 -0.42 -3.0
Coeur dAMn (N) 25.7 4.04 -0.12 -2.9
WestellTch (Nq) 22.8 4.29 -0.12 -2.7
NMS Comm (Nq) 61.5 6.70 -0.18 -2.6
ChrtSemi ADS (Nq) 130.0 7.63 -0.20 -2.5
IntgtAlmSvc (Nq) 145.1 4.94 -0.11 -2.2
Lionbridge (Nq) 60.3 7.50 -0.16 -2.1
Hydrogenics (Nq) 9.3 4.41 -0.09 -2.0[/code:1:2aa132da4f]

IIC
07-06-2004, 08:44 PM
NAZ S/R for Wednesday:

Resistance:

2154
2092
2079
2055
2038-Weak
2025
2016
1992-Very Strong
1982-Weak

Support:

1960
1938-Weak
1902
1889
1877


QQQ:

Resistance:

37.85
37.45
37.10-Medium
36.75-Medium
36.30-Medium

Support:

35.85
35.70
34.85

IIC
07-06-2004, 09:20 PM
Global Stock Indexes at 20:15 EDT/0015 GMT

.
Latest Change %Change %12/31
New York DJ Indus 10219.34 -63.49 -0.62 -2.24 Jul 6
Nasdaq 1963.43 -43.23 -2.15 -1.99 Jul 6
NYSE Comp 6497.53 -44.83 -0.69 +0.89 Jul 6
S&P 500 1116.21 -9.17 -0.81 +0.39 Jul 6
Russell 2000 572.41 -10.31 -1.77 +2.78 Jul 6
Wilshire 5000 03/19/1999
Toronto TSX 300 8484.74 -1.26 -0.01 +3.21 Jul 6
London FTSE 100 4370.70 -32.60 -0.74 -2.37 Jul 6
FTSE 250 6137.50 -56.80 -0.92 +5.78 Jul 6
Frankfurt Xetra DAX 3944.88 -50.85 -1.27 -0.51 Jul 6
Paris CAC40 3660.68 -27.50 -0.75 +2.89 Jul 6
Tokyo Nikkei 225 11303.66 -171.61 -1.50 +5.87 Intraday
Nikkei 300 217.82 -2.74 -1.24 +7.02 Intraday
Hong Kong Hang Seng 12284.08 +31.97 +0.26 -2.32 Jul 6
Sydney S&P/ASX 200 3547.50 -8.30 -0.23 +7.51 Intraday

DJ Europe STOXX 600 237.08 -1.22 -0.51 +3.39 Jul 6
STOXX 50 2648.67 -12.48 -0.47 -0.44 Jul 6
EuroSTOXX50 2764.89 -20.03 -0.72 +0.15 Jul 6
Amsterdam AEX 335.92 -3.92 -1.15 -0.51 Jul 6
Athens ASE 2338.22 +8.82 +0.38 +3.30 Jul 6
Brussels BEL-20 2435.19 -15.25 -0.62 +8.51 Jul 6
Copenhagen KFX 268.80 -0.68 -0.25 +10.01 Jul 6
Dublin ISEQ 5400.15 -21.73 -0.40 +9.74 Jul 6
Helsinki HEX 5752.23 -58.76 -1.01 -4.64 Jul 6
Istanbul IMKB-100 18237.60 -317.21 -1.71 -2.08 Jul 6
Jo-burg All Share 10083.93 -9.06 -0.09 -2.92 Jul 6
Lisbon PSI General 2105.28 -3.41 -0.16 +11.31 Jul 6
Madrid IBEX 35 8022.80 -37.50 -0.47 +3.69 Jul 6
Milan MIBTel 30 27948.00 -133.00 -0.47 +4.62 Jul 6
Oslo All-Share 213.79 +0.37 +0.17 +20.08 Jul 6
Prague PX-50 796.40 -4.10 -0.51 +20.83 Jul 2
Vienna ATX 1987.44 -15.87 -0.79 +28.62 Jul 6
Zurich Swiss Mkt 5549.90 -38.30 -0.69 +1.13 Jul 6

DJ Pacific Pan-Asia 96.59 -1.03 -1.06 +4.77 Jul 6
Bangkok SET 664.69 +8.82 +1.34 -13.92 Jul 6
Mumbai Sensitive 4928.59 +84.82 +1.75 -15.59 Jul 6
Colombo All-Share 1360.19 -13.18 -0.96 +28.03 Jul 6
Jakarta JSX Comp 768.25 +23.23 +3.12 +11.04 Jul 6
Karachi KSE-100 5390.65 -9.07 -0.17 +20.55 Jul 6
Kuala L Composite 851.80 +8.19 +0.97 +7.29 Jul 6
Manila PSE 1590.95 +1.02 +0.06 +10.30 Jul 6
Seoul Kospi 739.05 -19.42 -2.56 -8.84 Intraday
Shanghai A Share 1522.51 +6.11 +0.40 -2.97 Jul 6
Shanghai B Share 91.12 +0.79 +0.88 -13.17 Jul 6
Shenzhen A Share 3595.51 +16.72 +0.47 -0.70 Jul 6
Shenzhen B Share 257.11 +1.69 +0.66 -5.49 Jul 6
Singapore Straits T 1874.57 +11.82 +0.63 +6.24 Jul 6
Taipei Weighted 5733.57 +73.79 +1.30 -2.67 Jul 6
Wellington NZSX-50 2687.58 -0.01 0.00 +9.68 Intraday

Buenos A MERVAL 969.92 -10.01 -1.02 -9.52 Jul 6
Caracas General 25050.97 -145.49 -0.58 +12.82 Jul 6
Mexico C IPC 10121.12 -101.33 -0.99 +15.07 Jul 6
Santiago IPSA 1478.03 +1.64 +0.11 -0.46 Jul 6
Sao Paulo BOVESPA 21188.05 -482.24 -2.23 -4.71 Jul 6[/code]

fcubbage
07-07-2004, 10:29 AM
BW5858 JUL 06,2004 14:15 PACIFIC 17:15 EASTERN


( BW)(PA-INNOVATIVE-SOLUTIONS)(ISSC) Innovative Solutions & Support,
Inc's. Large Flat Panel Display Receives FAA Approval Following
Successful Demonstrations

Business Editors/High-Tech Writers

EXTON, Pa.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--July 6, 2004--Innovative Solutions &
Support, Inc. (NASDAQ:ISSC) announced today that the FAA has awarded
the Company a Technical Standard Order (TSO) certification for their
Large Flat Panel display after a combination of successful ground and
flight demonstration milestones were achieved.
Roman Ptakowski, President, commented, "This FAA certification
facilitates the broad application of the Company's second generation
flat panel product family to the military, commercial and general
aviation markets. Its exceptional performance, light weight, low power
and low cost make the Cockpit I/P(TM) Flat Panel ideal for both OEM
and retrofit upgrades."
Headquartered in Exton, PA. Innovative Solutions & Support, Inc.
(www.innovative-ss.com) designs, manufactures and markets flight
reference computers, electronic displays and advanced monitoring
systems that measure and display critical flight information. This
includes critical altitude information for compliance to new mandatory
reduced vertical separation standards (RVSM, Reduced Vertical
Separation Minimum), airspeed and altitude as well as engine and fuel
data measurements.

IIC
07-07-2004, 07:24 PM
Today's MoMo:

ISSC MSGI COHT ZOLT CLDA VLCCF DPTR LUCY CLWT CTIM CAMT SMRT RADIF CECX OBIE SYNL PFCO TRFDF

IIC
07-07-2004, 09:09 PM
NAZ S/R for Thursday:

Resistance:

2154
2092
2079
2055-Medium
2038-Weak
2024
2015-Weak
1991-Very Strong
1982-Weak

Support:

1960
1938-Weak
1902
1889
1877


QQQ:

Resistance:

37.85
37.45
37.10-Medium
36.90
36.75-Medium
36.30-Medium

Support:

35.85
35.65
34.85

I calculated these w/o considering A/H...so we may see some 1st level support breached real quick.

IIC
07-07-2004, 10:30 PM
After analyzing the S/R a little more and talking to some technically oriented buddies...I want to change the 1938 Support from WEAK to MEDIUM

Michaelk005
07-08-2004, 12:43 AM
I am into another small play in ORCL, have a stop at 10.85, will look to suck another 30cents out of this small wave. You still holding WITS ???

IIC
07-08-2004, 12:53 AM
WITS...Yes :cry:

IIC
07-08-2004, 09:49 AM
Claire's Stores reports June comps +11.0%, Briefing consensus +9.0%, revises Q2 & Y05 outlook (CLE) 22.15: Company now sees Q2 EPS of approx $0.31-0.32, vs the Reuters Estimates consensus of $0.29, and increases revenue forecasts to $300-302 mln, representing an increase of 13-14% over same period last year, vs the Reuters consensus of $296.6 mln; sees comparable store sales for Q2 rising 9-10%. Co also sees Y05 EPS of $1.44-1.48, vs the Reuters consensus of $1.47, and revenues of $1.24-1.26 bln (based on approx 12-13% growth), vs the consensus of $1.25 bln.

IIC
07-08-2004, 10:15 AM
Retailers Report Mixed Sales in June
http://trimurl.com/BT

noshadyldy
07-08-2004, 11:39 AM
IIC, still got it? (HURC, I mean. 8) )

The stock just got great reviews by major stock letter. Great future. Wonder why it's acting this way.

margie

IIC
07-08-2004, 03:08 PM
No...I bailed a while back with a nice profit on HURC.

BTW...I still got it :lol:

IIC
07-08-2004, 07:42 PM
Today's MoMo...

ANIK VLTS VLCCF VTIV OBIE COHT SSPI ZONA ALAN

IIC
07-08-2004, 07:48 PM
[code:1:66d2dbcbcf]Final Market Diaries: NYSE, Nasdaq, Amex 4:00 p.m. ET

. THU WED WK AGO
NYSE Market Diary
Issues traded 3,414 3,411 3,414
Advances 1,123 2,035 1,407
Declines 2,133 1,209 1,864
Unchanged 158 167 143
New highs 94 96 145
New lows 45 31 16
zAdv vol (000) 292,722 769,115 312,518
zDecl vol (000) 1,098,760 510,759 1,156,547
zTotal vol (000) 1,399,261 1,317,104 1,487,942
Closing tick1 +436 +650 +289
Closing Arms2 (trin) 1.98 1.12 2.79
zBlock trades 21,637 20,425 18,854
Nasdaq Market Diary
Issues traded 3,248 3,232 3,247
Advances 715 1,423 943
Declines 2,384 1,628 2,137
Unchanged 149 181 167
New highs 23 37 90
New lows 96 77 32
Adv vol (000) 328,963 814,101 319,051
Decl vol (000) 1,407,162 839,086 1,370,978
Total vol (000) 1,748,165 1,709,816 1,695,230
Block trades n.a. 5,309 11,080
Amex Market Diary
Issues traded 968 957 964
Advances 303 469 386
Declines 554 395 501
Unchanged 111 93 77
New highs 15 17 17
New lows 22 20 17
zAdv vol (000) 15,002 30,773 13,846
zDecl vol (000) 43,288 16,213 41,487
zTotal vol (000) 60,337 49,315 56,731
Comp vol (000) 285,508 239,837 308,820
zBlock trades n.a. 823 1,034
z-NYSE or Amex only[/code:1:66d2dbcbcf]

IIC
07-08-2004, 08:31 PM
NAZ S/R for Friday:

Resistance:

2154
2092
2079
2053-Medium
2038-Weak
2024
2015
1988-Very Strong
1979-Weak
1960

Support:

1935-Naz at Support at 1935.3
1902
1889
1877
1865-Weak
1841


QQQ:

Resistance:

37.80-Medium
37.45
37.10-Medium
36.90
36.60-Weak
36.40-Very Strong

Support:

35.65
34.85
34.35
34.05

IIC
07-08-2004, 11:01 PM
MINNEAPOLIS, MN July 7, 2004 Navarre Corporation (Nasdaq: NAVR) a leading distributor and publisher of a broad range of home entertainment and multimedia software products, today announced that it will release first quarter fiscal 2005 results post market close on the evening of Wednesday, July 21, 2004.



In conjunction with the press release, management of Navarre will host a conference call at 11:00 a.m. ET Thursday, July 22, 2004, to discuss the Company's results. Messrs. Eric Paulson, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, Jim Gilbertson, Chief Financial Officer, Cary Deacon, COO, Publishing & Licensing and Brian Burke, COO, Distribution Services, will host the call.

IIC
07-09-2004, 07:09 PM
Nasdaq NMS New 52-Week Highs And Lows

.
New 52-Week Highs 19
Alcide 20.75 ElbitSys 21.97 Hydril 32.16
IntutvSrgcl 19.74 MystcFnl 39.13 PsycrtcSol 28.07
CalDiveInt 31.88 FstMutlBnc s 25.98 II-VI 32.40
Knghtsbrdg 33.26 PalmOne 35.50 RkMtnChoc s 14.25
CA CstlCmnts 21.55 FstCtyFnl pf 34.00 IntSpeedwy A 53.67
MatrixBcp 13.10 PetrqstEngy 4.91 SteinerLsre 22.60
Celeritek 4.93
New 52-Week Lows 82
APA Optics 1.79 ConcrdComm 9.75 FstHlthGp 14.49
Intuit 36.26 Orbitz A n 18.50 SCM Micro 4.90
AirNetComm 0.49 ConcurCptr 1.45 FrnklnBk n 15.36
KVH Ind 9.29 Oxigene 5.36 StridesJtblue n 24.25
AnchorGlCntr n 13.15 CorceptThera n 5.29 FreshBrds 7.40
Knology n 3.94 PC Connctn 6.25 TTI Team 2.28
AppldInnovt 3.30 Cray 5.79 FreshChoice 1.49
LaJolla 2.21 PalmHarbor 16.02 Tercica n 7.51
ArenaPharm 4.89 Crossroads 1.35 HEI Inc 1.95
LeadisTech n 11.34 PtnrsTr 18.65 US HomeSys 6.70
Ariba s 8.75 CTIMolecImg 10.85 HarvardBioSci 3.90
LearnTreeInt 13.51 PerfrmncTech 7.98 UtdSecBncshr 19.64
ATA Hldgs 4.63 DominionHm 20.80 ICOS Cp 24.88
MrlnBusSvcs n 14.52 PlexusCp 11.00 ValueLn 31.03
AtlCstAir 4.78 DuraAutoSys 8.45 ITC Dltacm n 4.19
MerLynIntuit 21.41 PortalSftwr s 2.97 Vastera 2.74
BEA Sys 7.20 DynavaxTech n 5.50 IbisTch 4.99
MonolithicSys 5.28 PrimusTele 3.86 VntriPrtners n 12.30
BallardPwr 7.21 EchoStar 28.64 IndusInt 1.86
Myogen n 6.79 Quidel 3.33 VicuronPharm 11.05
BlueMrtini 3.26 EntreMed 1.70 Insmed 1.61
NN Inc 9.55 REMEC Inc 5.28 Wavecom ADS 6.65
CancerVax n 6.78 EquityMktg 11.20 InteliData 0.52
NPS Pharm 18.69 Reliablty 0.85 XyratexLtd n 10.66
CellThrp 6.46 FFLC Bcp 24.67 Interwoven s 7.73
OmniVsnTch s 13.32 Renovis n 8.13 YungBdcst A 11.25
Ciprico 4.30 FstBuseyCapTr 10.50 IntrgnThera 3.85
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New 52-Week Highs 55
AlliantTech 65.18 ConsolEngy 38.24 GenDynam 101.20
MurphyOil 78.44 RnkrGp ADS n 57.00 Total ADS 99.82
AmHMtg pfAn 26.60 DesarrHomex n 18.35 Graco s 31.39
NRG Engy n 26.45 ShipFinInt n 16.19 TsakosEngy 34.99
Ametek s 31.10 DomResBlkWar 32.20 HllyEngyPtnr n 25.75
NewfldExpl 58.28 SoJerseyInd 44.85 TwinDisc 26.06
AvonPdts s 46.65 E.ON 75.38 JackInTheBx 30.24
NewpkRes 6.54 SpeedwyMotr 35.85 USCl7.5SrNts n 25.20
BP Plc ADS 55.40 EstrlneTch 30.53 KCS Engy 14.42
NorthrpGrum s 54.71 StelmarShip 34.44 VailRsrts 19.40
BT Gp 36.85 ExxonMobil 45.55 KerrMcG Decs 59.16
OMI Cp 13.39 TalismnEngy s 23.33 VarcoIntl 23.65
CVS Cp 43.50 FlwrsFoods 27.88 LifetimeFit n 23.25
PermRltyTr 9.47 TeekayShip s 38.99 Veritas 24.25
CndNatRes s 31.89 FrontrOil 21.81 MesaRoyTr 59.95
PilgrmPr 31.65 TelekmAstADS 32.50 XcelEngy pfE 85.00
CimarexEngy 31.76 Frontln 39.79 MtchBlr ADS s 5.39
RltyInco Mips n 26.15 TexPacTr 70.69 XTO Engy s 30.94
ComrclMtls 34.75
New 52-Week Lows 38
Adesa n 22.89 Entravision 7.06 iShrMngLgVal n 59.56
JacobEngrg 37.63 SagaCom A 16.93 Unisys 10.55
AllncAll 14.15 EqtySecsTr 19.76 iShrMngMdCr n 58.50
KingPharm 10.62 SchwabC 8.60 Viacom A 34.71
BayVwCap s 18.52 ExpressJet 11.10 iShrMngMdGr n 57.19
MS Pwr pfD n 23.33 SmiMfgIntADSn 10.00 Viacom B 33.99
CardnlHlth 48.80 Gp1Auto 28.68 iShrMgMdVl n 59.20
MylanLabs s 19.50 SonicAuto A 19.43 WatsnPharm 25.10
CarMax 19.26 InvTchGp 11.91 iShrMngSmCr n 58.55
NtwdHlth pfB n 99.25 Tribune 43.22 Wellman 6.96
ClearChanl 34.73 iShrMngLgCr n 58.90 iShMngSmVl n 59.16
Playboy A 10.76 Triton A 2.42 WhthlJwlr 7.27
Dimon 5.26 iShrMngLgGr n 58.61

IIC
07-09-2004, 07:19 PM
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IIC
07-09-2004, 07:36 PM
Friday's Analyst Actions

Time Company Ticker Action Source
3:12pm Hancock Fabrics HKF TP reduced to $18 BB & T Capital Markets
2:52pm Vivendi Environnement VVD TP raised to 22 Deutsche Bank
2:41pm Tuesday Morning Corp TUES TP raised to $40 BB & T Capital Markets
2:40pm ATI Technologies ATYT TP raised to $24 Bear Stearns
2:32pm Hub HUBG initiated with Peer Perform Bear Stearns
1:50pm Computer Associates SCAI downgraded to Mkt Perform Piper Jaffray
1:47pm Wal-Mart WMT downgraded to Hold KeyBanc Capital Markets
1:32pm Deckers DECK TP raised to $37 Piper Jaffray
1:30pm SCP Pool POOL initiated with Hold BB & T Capital Markets
1:16pm FPL Group FPL TP reduced to $67 Banc of America
1:14pm Deckers DECK TP raised to $37 Piper Jaffray
1:13pm 3Com COMS downgraded to Mkt Perform Piper Jaffray
1:13pm Arch Coal ACI downgraded to Neutral Merrill Lynch
1:10pm 1-800 Contacts CTAC upgraded to Hold KeyBanc Capital Markets
1:09pm Tollgrade Communications TLGD upgraded to Buy Ferris Baker Watts
1:03pm Trimble Navigation TRMB initiated with Buy Dougherty & Company
1:02pm Highland Hospitality HHL initiated with Outperform Robert W. Baird
1:01pm The First Marblehead FMA initiated with Mkt Perform Friedman,Billings,Ramsey &Co
1:00pm LaSalle Hotel Properties LHO initiated with Outperform Robert W. Baird
12:59pm Fortune Brands FO initiated with Neutral J.P. Morgan Securities
12:56pm SCP Pool POOL initiated with Hold BB & T Capital Markets
12:55pm Triton PCS Holdings TPC TP reduced to $2 Prudential Financial
12:54pm Pepsi Bottling PBG downgraded to Hold Legg Mason
12:54pm SanDisk SNDK initiated with Outperform Credit Suisse First Boston
12:53pm Lexar Media LEXR initiated with Outperform Credit Suisse First Boston
12:52pm Harris Interactive HIV initiated with Neutral Harris Nesbitt
12:51pm Check Point CHKP initiated with Hold Deutsche Securities
12:47pm Citrix CTXS initiated with Hold Deutsche Securities
12:45pm Internet Security Systems ISSX initiated with Buy Deutsche Securities
12:44pm Netegrity NETE initiated with Buy Deutsche Securities
12:41pm RSA Security RSAS initiated with Hold Deutsche Securities
12:40pm Secure Computing SCUR initiated with Hold Deutsche Securities
12:40pm Symantec SYMC initiated with Hold Deutsche Securities
12:39pm Verisign VRSN initiated with Buy Deutsche Securities
12:37pm Websense WBSN initiated with Buy Deutsche Securities
12:36pm Watchguard Technologies WGRD initiated with Sell Deutsche Securities
12:34pm Windrose Medical Properties Trust WRS initiated with Outperform Robert W. Baird
12:16pm Bone Care International BCII initiated with Buy Smith Barney Citigroup
12:15pm Meridian Bioscience Inc VIVO initiated with Outperform Robert W. Baird
12:09pm Sanmina SANM downgraded to Hold American Technology Research
12:08pm Quidel QDEL downgraded to Equal-weight Pac. Growth Equities
12:08pm Costco Wholesale COST TP raised to $36 Deutsche Securities
12:07pm JB Hunt Transport Services JBHT downgraded to Mkt Perform Raymond James
12:06pm Select Comfort SCSS downgraded to Buy Adams Harkness & Hill
12:05pm Lam Research Corp LRCX downgraded to Sector Perform Pacific Crest Securities
12:04pm Varian Semiconductor VSEA downgraded to Sector Perform Pacific Crest Securities
12:03pm Too TOO downgraded to Neutral Harris Nesbitt
12:02pm Titan Corp TTN upgraded to Mkt Perform Raymond James
12:00pm Sensytech STST downgraded to Neutral Advest
12:00pm MBNA Corporation KRB downgraded to Outperform Raymond James
11:58am MBNA Corporation KRB downgraded to Outperform Raymond James
11:57am AutoNation AN TP reduced to $22 Raymond James
11:56am Wal-Mart WMT downgraded to Hold KeyBanc Capital Markets
11:55am Pepsi Bottling PBG downgraded to Hold Legg Mason
11:55am Edison EDX downgraded to Hold Smith Barney Citigroup
11:54am Whole Foods Market WFMI downgraded to Reduce UBS
11:53am Duke Realty DRE downgraded to Neutral UBS
11:50am Ballard BZA downgraded to Neutral Credit Suisse First Boston
11:49am Argosy Gaming AGY downgraded to Neutral Merrill Lynch
11:49am 3Com COMS downgraded to Mkt Perform Piper Jaffray
11:48am Computer Associates SCAI downgraded to Mkt Perform Piper Jaffray
11:47am Ross Stores ROST downgraded to Underweight J.P. Morgan Securities
11:46am Hot Topic HOTT downgraded to Underweight J.P. Morgan Securities
11:44am Siebel Systems SEBL upgraded to Mkt Perform Bernstein
11:43am DirecTV Group HEV upgraded to Strong Buy Sanders Morris Harris
11:19am Discovery Partners DPII upgraded to Strong Buy Roth Capital
11:18am Lattice Semiconductors LSCC upgraded to Buy Wells Fargo Securities
11:16am Titan Corp TTN upgraded to Mkt Perform Raymond James
11:12am Ixia XXIA upgraded to Outperform Thomas Weisel Partners
11:09am LaBranche & Co LAB upgraded to Hold Jefferies & Co
11:07am Constellation Brands STZ.B upgraded to Buy UBS
11:04am Darden Restaurants DRI upgraded to Buy UBS
11:03am Gannett GCI upgraded to Buy Fulcrum Global Partners
11:02am STMicro STM upgraded to Outperform Bernstein
11:00am @Road ARDI upgraded to Neutral J.P. Morgan Securities
10:59am Wet Seal WTSLA upgraded to Neutral J.P. Morgan Securities
10:58am American Eagle Outfitters AEOS upgraded to Neutral J.P. Morgan Securities
10:58am Medtronic MDT upgraded to Strong Buy First Albany
10:16am Bacou Dalloz BDY downgraded to Hold Deutsche Bank
10:09am Barratt BDEV downgraded to Hold Deutsche Bank
9:47am L'Oreal LOR downgraded to Sell DZ BANK
9:18am Duke Energy DUK upgraded to Hold BB & T Capital Markets
8:22am Nextel Communications NXTL TP reduced to $33 Robert W. Baird
7:52am Ericsson ERCB TP reduced to SKr20 Deutsche Bank
7:48am L'Oreal LOR downgraded to Neutral UBS
7:43am SABMiller BRW1 upgraded to Buy UBS
7:32am ScanSource SCSC TP raised to $66 Robert W. Baird
7:26am Persimmon PSN downgraded to Hold Deutsche Bank
7:10am BMC Software BMC downgraded to Neutral First Albany
6:58am Dollar General DG TP raised to $19 Prudential Financial
6:51am Family Dollar Stores FDO TP reduced to $34 Prudential Financial
6:43am TJX Companies TJX upgraded to Neutral Weight Prudential Financial
6:32am UTStarcom UTSI downgraded to Hold WR Hambrecht & Co
4:42am Total System Services TSS upgraded to Mkt Perform Barrington Research
4:30am Big Lots BLI downgraded to Hold KeyBanc Capital Markets
4:15am Axonyx AXYX upgraded to Specul. Strong Buy JM Dutton & Associates
3:37am Pier 1 Imports PIR upgraded to Strong Buy Raymond James
3:30am Stage Stores STGS TP reduced to $46-36 Stephens Inc.
3:05am Horizon Health HORC initiated with Overweight Stephens Inc.
2:35am American Eagle Outfitters AEOS TP raised to $37 Sanders Morris Harris
2:35am Yahoo! YHOO TP reduced to $32 American Technology Research
2:24am Siebel Systems SEBL TP reduced to $9 UBS
2:22am Knight-Ridder KRI TP reduced to $74 UBS
2:21am Mohawk Industries MHK TP raised to $100 UBS
2:16am MSC Industrial Direct MSM TP raised to $37 Jefferies & Co
2:15am Knight Trading NITE TP reduced to $11 Jefferies & Co
2:14am PeopleSoft PSFT TP reduced to $25 Wells Fargo Securities
2:11am Canadian Pacific Railway PC8 TP reduced to $24 Lehman Brothers
2:09am Canadian National Railway CY2 TP reduced to $43 Lehman Brothers
2:08am Genentech DNA TP raised to $67 Merrill Lynch
2:07am Total System Services TSS TP raised to $23.5 Piper Jaffray
1:59am Bassett Furniture Industries BSET initiated with Hold Ferris Baker Watts
1:57am Charming Shoppes CHRS downgraded to Neutral Buckingham Research
1:56am Talbots TLB downgraded to Neutral Weight Prudential Financial
1:55am Triton PCS Holdings TPC downgraded to Underperform Wachovia Securities
1:54am ESS Technology ESST downgraded to Mkt Perform CE Unterberg Towbin
1:52am Big Lots BLI downgraded to Hold KeyBanc Capital Markets
1:51am MGM Mirage MGG downgraded to Neutral Buckingham Research
1:49am Siebel Systems SEBL downgraded to Mkt Perform Adams Harkness & Hill
1:48am TJX Companies TJX upgraded to Neutral Weight Prudential Financial
1:46am Total System Services TSS upgraded to Mkt Perform Barrington Research
1:45am Tuesday Morning Corp TUES upgraded to Outperform Friedman,Billings,Ramsey &Co

IIC
07-09-2004, 07:42 PM
The following contracts were announced by the U.S. Department of Defense Friday.

BAE Systems PLC's (BA.LN) enterprise systems unit receievd a $49.9 million Air Force contract for system engineering, software engineering, integration management and configuration management for the Department of the Defense Intelligence Information System and the U.S. intelligence community worldwide. The Air Force can issue delivery orders totaling up to the maximum amount indicated above, although actual requirements may necessitate less than the amount above. This work will be complete by April 2007.

Sikorsky Aircraft, a unit of United Technologies Corp. (UTX), received a $35.5 million modification to a firm-fixed-price Army contract for eight UH-60L/S70A aircraft. Work is expected to be completed by Aug. 31, 2008.

General Dynamics Corp.'s (GD) Land Systems unit received on Wednesday a delivery order amount of $8.7 million as part of a $43.2 million firm-fixed-price contract for conversion of unserviceable government furnished Bradley Fighting Vehicle transmissions to serviceable HMPT500-3ECA transmissions. Work is slated for completion by March 30, 2005.

General Dynamics Land Systems also received another delivery order amount of $3.8 million as part of the $43.2 million pact related to the transmissions. This work is also expected to be completed by March 30, 2005.

Raytheon Co. (RTN) received a $6.2 million Army contract for test station upgrade kits, technical assistance services, logistics engineering assistance services, and training and documentation/publication. Work is expected to be completed by Jan. 30, 2008.

Wellco Enterprises Inc. (WLC) received a $19.1 million contract for infantry combat boots for the Army and Air Force. Work is projected to be in July 2005.

Wolverine World Wide Inc. (WWW) received a $19 million contract for infantry combat boots for the Army and Air Force. The completion date is expected to be July 10, 2005.

IIC
07-09-2004, 08:21 PM
[code:1:6a15321b6a]Company Name Symbol Date Time Reuters YrAgo

EARNINGS TO BE ANNOUNCED WEEK OF JUL 12 - JUL 16
Helen of Troy HELE 7/12 B 0.44 0.42
M&T Bank MTB 7/12 B 1.45 1.26
Novellus NVLS 7/12 B 0.26 0.05
SunTrust Banks STI 7/12 B 1.26 1.17
Wipro WIT 7/12 B 0.10 0.17
Brown & Brown BRO 7/12 A 0.45 0.41
Cintas CTAS 7/12 A 0.41 0.38
Elec For Imaging EFII 7/12 A 0.23 0.17
MDC Holdings MDC 7/12 A 1.98 1.47
Powerwave PWAV 7/12 A -0.02 -0.14
Tractor Supply TSCO 7/12 A 0.75 0.69
ADTRAN ADTN 7/13 B 0.26 0.16
AmSouth Banc ASO 7/13 B 0.46 0.44
BB&T Corp BBT 7/13 B 0.68 0.71
Commerce Banc CBH 7/13 B 0.78 0.63
Fastenal FAST 7/13 B 0.41 0.29
Gannett GCI 7/13 B 1.30 1.20
Infosys INFY 7/13 B 0.54 0.22
Jefferies Group JEF 7/13 B 0.45 0.32
Johnson & Johnson JNJ 7/13 B 0.79 0.70
Marshall & Ilsley MI 7/13 B 0.66 0.59
Merrill Lynch MER 7/13 B 1.09 1.05
Precision Castparts PCP 7/13 B 0.76 0.64
State Street STT 7/13 B 0.68 0.52
AMB Property AMB 7/13 A 0.54 0.13
Calif. Amplifier CAMP 7/13 A 0.08 -0.03
Intel INTC 7/13 A 0.27 0.14
Juniper Networks JNPR 7/13 A 0.04 0.03
Raymond James RJF 7/13 A 0.44 0.32
YUM! Brands YUM 7/13 A 0.52 0.48
ASML Holding ASML 7/14 B 0.14 -0.06
Bank of America BAC 7/14 B 1.74 1.80
Exar Corp EXAR 7/14 B 0.03 0.04
Genzyme GENZ 7/14 B 0.40 0.32
Harley-Davidson HDI 7/14 B 0.75 0.66
MGI Pharma MOGN 7/14 B 0.04 -0.14
MGIC Investment MTG 7/14 B 1.26 1.32
New York Times NYT 7/14 B 0.49 0.47
Station Casinos STN 7/14 B 0.48 0.25
Wolverine WWW 7/14 B 0.27 0.23
Advanced Micro AMD 7/14 A 0.09 -0.40
Apple Computer AAPL 7/14 A 0.15 0.05
CEC Entertainment CEC 7/14 A 0.39 0.36
CNET CNET 7/14 A -0.01 -0.05
Crown Hldgs CCK 7/14 A 0.28 0.40
Doral Fincl DRL 7/14 A 0.91 0.64
Investors Fncl IFIN 7/14 A 0.48 0.42
NMS Comms NMSS 7/14 A 0.01 -0.11
Planar Systems PLNR 7/14 A 0.14 0.30
PPD Inc. PPDI 7/14 A 0.40 0.40
Progressive PGR 7/14 A 1.75 1.22
QLogic QLGC 7/14 A 0.36 0.35
Ruby Tuesday RI 7/14 A 0.46 0.39
SanDisk SNDK 7/14 A 0.30 0.26
A.O. Smith AOS 7/15 B 0.51 0.67
Carlisle Cos CSL 7/15 B 1.09 0.93
Charlotte Russe CHIC 7/15 B 0.19 0.12
Citigroup C 7/15 B 0.92 0.83
Comerica CMA 7/15 B 0.93 0.97
Concord Comms CCRD 7/15 B 0.03 0.06
Cypress Semi CY 7/15 B 0.23 0.03
Dow Jones DJ 7/15 B 0.38 0.27
Eaton ETN 7/15 B 1.01 0.68
Equitable Res EQT 7/15 B 0.60 0.50
EW Scripps SSP 7/15 B 0.98 0.82
Fairchild Semi FCS 7/15 B 0.23 0.03
Fifth Third FITB 7/15 B 0.78 0.75
Genuine Parts GPC 7/15 B 0.57 0.52
Hibernia Corp HIB 7/15 B 0.45 0.42
Intermagnetics IMGC 7/15 B 0.33 0.26
Interstate Bakeries IBC 7/15 B 0.06 -0.05
IONA Tech IONA 7/15 B -0.05 -0.24
JB Hunt Trans JBHT 7/15 B 0.44 0.62
Landstar System LSTR 7/15 B 0.52 0.42
Marriott MAR 7/15 B 0.61 0.52
Nokia NOK 7/15 B 0.17 0.17
Old Dominion ODFL 7/15 B 0.40 0.27
Peabody Energy BTU 7/15 B 0.50 0.59
PepsiCo PEP 7/15 B 0.61 0.53
Polaris Inds PII 7/15 B 0.52 0.47
PPG Industries PPG 7/15 B 1.07 0.94
Reliance Steel RS 7/15 B 1.51 0.20
Rowan Cos RDC 7/15 B -0.03 -0.07
Shaw Group SGR 7/15 B 0.18 0.30
SLM Corp SLM 7/15 B 0.52 0.44
Southwest Air LUV 7/15 B 0.16 0.13
Tribune TRB 7/15 B 0.61 0.57
Unisys UIS 7/15 B 0.13 0.16
UnitedHealth Group UNH 7/15 B 0.91 0.71
Wachovia WB 7/15 B 0.96 0.81
Compass Banc CBSS 7/15 D 0.70 0.68
Flagstar Bancorp FBC 7/15 A 0.67 1.34
IBM IBM 7/15 A 1.12 0.98
Integrated Device IDTI 7/15 A 0.09 -0.05
Lexar Media LEXR 7/15 A -0.21 0.09
Lone Star Tech LSS 7/15 A 1.00 -0.32
National Comm NCF 7/15 A 0.45 0.40
Netflix NFLX 7/15 A 0.13 0.08
PLX Tech PLXT 7/15 A 0.03 -0.02
PMC-Sierra PMCS 7/15 A 0.07 -0.03
Rambus RMBS 7/15 A 0.06 0.04
Resources Connect RECN 7/15 A 0.30 0.18
Stryker SYK 7/15 A 0.34 0.26
Werner Enterprises WERN 7/15 A 0.27 0.24
CEMEX S.A. CX 7/16 B 0.83 1.00
Delphi Auto DPH 7/16 B 0.28 0.20
Hasbro HAS 7/16 B 0.08 0.06
Huntington Banc HBAN 7/16 B 0.42 0.37
KeyCorp KEY 7/16 B 0.57 0.53
National City NCC 7/16 B 0.70 0.99
Natl Processing NAP 7/16 B 0.25 0.22
Regions Fincl RF 7/16 B 0.62 0.73
Superior Ind SUP 7/16 B 0.54 0.66
Ventana Medical VMSI 7/16 B 0.29 0.20
Wilmington Trust WL 7/16 B 0.54 0.49
WW Grainger GWW 7/16 B 0.69 0.60

EARNINGS TO BE ANNOUNCED WEEK OF JUL 19 - JUL 23
3M Company MMM 7/19 B 0.96 0.78
American Standard ASD 7/19 B 0.72 0.61
Boston Scientific BSX 7/19 B 0.48 0.15
Charter One CF 7/19 B 0.72 0.72
Delta Air Lines DAL 7/19 B -1.41 -1.96
FileNET FILE 7/19 B 0.06 0.04
Forest Labs FRX 7/19 B 0.57 0.48
Labranche LAB 7/19 B 0.09 0.18
Laserscope LSCP 7/19 B 0.13 0.02
Legg Mason LM 7/19 B 1.23 0.83
Lexmark LXK 7/19 B 0.96 0.77
Mattel MAT 7/19 B 0.05 0.07
NS Group NSS 7/19 B 0.96 -0.36
Occidental Petro OXY 7/19 B 1.32 0.97
Sensient SXT 7/19 B 0.36 0.46
TradeStation TRAD 7/19 B 0.11 0.07
ZOLL Medical ZOLL 7/19 B 0.24 0.32
M-Systems FLSH 7/19 D 0.11 -0.01
Noble Drilling NE 7/19 D 0.25 0.33
Allstate ALL 7/19 A 1.13 0.85
Artisan Components ARTI 7/19 A 0.16 0.09
AvalonBay AVB 7/19 A 0.80 1.08
Cognex CGNX 7/19 A 0.23 0.08
Corning GLW 7/19 A 0.08 0.02
Dover Corp DOV 7/19 A 0.47 0.36
DSP Group DSPG 7/19 A 0.26 0.26
Dun & Bradstreet DNB 7/19 A 0.59 0.50
eCollege.com ECLG 7/19 A 0.09 0.02
Everest Re RE 7/19 A 2.67 1.94
Exponent Inc EXPO 7/19 A 0.37 0.34
FindWhat.com FWHT 7/19 A 0.15 0.12
Inter-Tel INTL 7/19 A 0.31 0.28
Itron ITRI 7/19 A 0.19 0.19
j2 Global JCOM 7/19 A 0.28 0.23
JDA Software JDAS 7/19 A 0.04 0.09
KEMET KEM 7/19 A 0.01 -0.04
Kraft Foods KFT 7/19 A 0.47 0.55
Lincare Holdings LNCR 7/19 A 0.64 0.53
Mindspeed MSPD 7/19 A -0.07 -0.27
Plum Creek PCL 7/19 A 0.30 0.31
Renaissance Learning RLRN 7/19 A 0.28 0.29
SS&C Techs SSNC 7/19 A 0.19 0.14
Steel Dynamics STLD 7/19 A 1.16 0.11
Swift Trans SWFT 7/19 A 0.26 0.23
Technitrol TNL 7/19 A 0.20 0.16
99 Cents Only NDN 7/20 B 0.05 0.17
AK Steel AKS 7/20 B 0.16 -0.47
Alcan Aluminium AL 7/20 B 0.65 0.41
Allegheny Tech ATI 7/20 B -0.15 -0.32
Altria MO 7/20 B 1.27 1.26
Ameritrade AMTD 7/20 B 0.15 0.12
Apria Healthcare AHG 7/20 B 0.57 0.53
Arkansas Best ABFS 7/20 B 0.44 0.30
BE Aerospace BEAV 7/20 B -0.16 -0.45
Boise Cascade BCC 7/20 B 0.37 -0.12
Ceridian CEN 7/20 B 0.19 0.17
ChoicePoint CPS 7/20 B 0.40 0.37
Continental Air CAL 7/20 B -0.13 -0.37
EMC Corp EMC 7/20 B 0.08 0.04
Ensco ESV 7/20 B 0.09 0.18
ExpressJet XJT 7/20 B 0.54 0.42
Fannie Mae FNM 7/20 B 1.89 1.86
First Cash FCFS 7/20 B 0.24 0.20
Ford Motor F 7/20 B 0.48 0.22
Freeport-McMoRan FCX 7/20 B -0.13 0.40
Golden West GDW 7/20 B 2.00 1.76
Greenpoint Fincl GPT 7/20 B 0.95 1.03
HCA Healthcare HCA 7/20 B 0.65 0.75
Health Management HMA 7/20 B 0.36 0.26
Hollywood Ent HLYW 7/20 B 0.28 0.30
Infineon IFX 7/20 B 0.10 -0.09
Johnson Controls JCI 7/20 B 1.15 1.00
Manpower MAN 7/20 B 0.52 0.37
Marsh McLennan MMC 7/20 B 0.72 0.66
Navigant Consult NCI 7/20 B 0.18 0.09
NBTY Inc NTY 7/20 B 0.49 0.37
Orbital Sciences ORB 7/20 B 0.15 -0.05
RadioShack RSH 7/20 B 0.39 0.34
SAFECO SAFC 7/20 B 0.78 0.70
TASER Intl TASR 7/20 B 0.13 0.02
Tenneco TEN 7/20 B 0.54 0.50
Tidewater TDW 7/20 B 0.24 0.32
US Bancorp USB 7/20 B 0.53 0.50
Wells Fargo WFC 7/20 B 1.03 0.90
XTO Energy XTO 7/20 B 0.54 0.33
Yankee Candle YCC 7/20 B 0.17 0.13
Avery Dennison AVY 7/20 D 0.73 0.70
Gentex Corp GNTX 7/20 D 0.38 0.34
INCO Limited N 7/20 D 0.87 0.25
Mellon Financial MEL 7/20 D 0.44 0.40
Pogo Producing PPP 7/20 D 1.28 1.24
V.F. Corp VFC 7/20 D 0.74 0.68
Acxiom ACXM 7/20 A 0.13 0.08
Applied Micro AMCC 7/20 A 0.00 -0.03
Ariba ARBA 7/20 A 0.01
ArthroCare ARTC 7/20 A 0.13 0.09
Ascential ASCL 7/20 A 0.05 0.05
Aspect Comms ASPT 7/20 A 0.18 0.06
Audiocodes AUDC 7/20 A 0.01 -0.06
C.H. Robinson CHRW 7/20 A 0.36 0.34
C.R. Bard BCR 7/20 A 0.56 0.94
Career Education CECO 7/20 A 0.34 0.20
CDW Corp CDWC 7/20 A 0.66 0.51
Checkpoint Systems CKP 7/20 A 0.25 0.30
Cheesecake Factory CAKE 7/20 A 0.35 0.30
CNF Inc CNF 7/20 A 0.57 0.31
Convergys CVG 7/20 A 0.20 0.29
CTS Corp CTS 7/20 A 0.10 0.06
Cymer CYMI 7/20 A 0.29 -0.15
E*TRADE ET 7/20 A 0.20 0.14
Edwards Lifesci EW 7/20 A 0.41 0.39
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Pfizer PFE 7/23 B 0.46 0.30
Ryder System R 7/23 B 0.69 0.54
SCANA Corp SCG 7/23 B 0.42 0.38
Schlumberger SLB 7/23 B 0.49 0.38
Smurfit-Stone SSCC 7/23 B -0.07 -0.03
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IPOs and Secondary Equity Offerings

[code:1:9647cc09bd]Recent Pricings

Date Company Type Symbol Amount
07/09 NetLogic Microsystems Inc. IPO NETL .9 mil.
07/09 Catalyst Semiconductor Inc. Secondary CATS .9 mil.
07/09 Compass Minerals International, Inc. Secondary CMP 0 mil.
07/09 KongZhong Corp. IPO KONG .0 mil.
07/08 Holly Energy Partners LP IPO HEP 3.5 mil.

Recent Filings

Date Company Type Amount
07/09 Federal Trust Corp Secondary N/A
Provides a full range of banking products to consumers and small businesses in the Central Florida area.
07/09 Reinsurance Group of America Inc. Secondary 2.5 Mil.
Offers life insurance coverage.
07/09 Arbinet-thexchange Inc. IPO 5.0 Mil.
Leads electronic market for trading, routing and settling communications capacity.
07/09 Eagle Test Systems Inc. IPO 6.8 Mil.
Designs, manufactures, sells and services high-performance automated test equipment, or ATE, for the semiconductor industry.
07/08 Atmos Energy Corporation Secondary N/A
Engages primarily in the natural gas utility business as well as other natural gas nonutility businesses.
[/code:1:9647cc09bd]

IIC
07-10-2004, 12:28 PM
Splits

[code:1:bbab4a2ded]July
Company Symbol Ratio Payable Ex-Date Announced Optionable
Popular Inc BPOP 2-1 Jul 08 Jul 09 May 12 Yes
Urban Outfitters URBN 2-1 Jul 09 Jul 12 Jun 01 Yes
Salix Pharm SLXP 3-2 Jul 12 Jul 13 Jun 21 Yes
CCF Holding Company CCFH 3-2 Jul 15 Jul 16 Jun 17

MGP Ingredients MGPI 2-1 Jul 15 Jul 16 Jun 03

Immucor BLUD 3-2 Jul 16 Jul 19 Jun 01 Yes
Knight Transportation KNGT 3-2 Jul 20 Jul 21 Jul 02 Yes
Coldwater Creek CWTR 3-2 Jul 23 Jul 26 Jun 14

GTECH GTK 2-1 Jul 30 Aug 02 Jun 22 Yes
Varian Medical VAR 2-1 Jul 30 Aug 02 Jun 14 Yes

August
Company Symbol Ratio Payable Ex-Date Announced Optionable
Bank of America BAC 2-1 Aug 27 Aug 28 Jun 23 Yes
Countrywide CFC 2-1 Aug 30 Aug 31 Jun 25 Yes [/code:1:bbab4a2ded]

IIC
07-10-2004, 08:15 PM
http://tal.marketgauge.com/dvmgpro/charts/CVLMACD.GIF

IIC
07-12-2004, 07:58 PM
Today's MoMo:

BNSO TZOO NICH CALM LWAY JUNO MSGI SMRT DUSA RMCF TRFDF LUCY SMIT OBIE SMTI

Also, BAMM looks pretty good

IIC
07-12-2004, 08:44 PM
[code:1:647e8b959e]Final Market Diaries: NYSE, Nasdaq, Amex 4:00 p.m. ET

. MON FRI WK AGO
NYSE Market Diary
Issues traded 3,428 3,377 3,405
Advances 1,834 2,036 2,128
Declines 1,411 1,183 1,160
Unchanged 183 158 117
New highs 62 55 86
New lows 43 38 16
zAdv vol (000) 524,744 731,228 412,808
zDecl vol (000) 563,246 430,725 656,194
zTotal vol (000) 1,112,914 1,176,522 1,082,196
Closing tick1 +762 +550 +639
Closing Arms2 (trin) 1.40 1.01 2.92
zBlock trades 16,959 17,916 15,966

Nasdaq Market Diary
Issues traded 3,233 3,223 3,181
Advances 1,277 1,753 1,455
Declines 1,815 1,280 1,552
Unchanged 141 190 174
New highs 26 19 42
New lows 96 82 40
Adv vol (000) 452,417 945,891 326,959
Decl vol (000) 990,726 378,056 822,609
Total vol (000) 1,449,421 1,358,420 1,176,018
Block trades n.a. 10,001 7,730

Amex Market Diary
Issues traded 952 944 928
Advances 395 461 469
Declines 476 395 364
Unchanged 81 88 95
New highs 13 7 17
New lows 24 18 10
zAdv vol (000) 21,433 34,120 20,463
zDecl vol (000) 31,112 12,131 25,461
zTotal vol (000) 54,055 48,840 48,220
Comp vol (000) 228,272 213,984 210,874
zBlock trades n.a. 913 815
z-NYSE or Amex only
c-correction, r-revised, n.a.-not available]

Nasdaq NMS New 52-Week Highs And Lows

.
New 52-Week Highs 26
AfrmtvIns n 14.60 CA CstlCmnts 21.70 GlacierBcp s 28.40
Makita ADS 15.45 PetrqstEngy 5.15 SteinerLsre 23.25
Alcide 20.79 CapCross pfD n 25.80 InnovSolSuprt 24.24
MatrixBcp 13.90 RGC Rsrc 28.50 Umpqua 22.25
ArkRestr 24.70 ChaloneWine 11.80 IntSpeedwy A 53.90
MystcFnl 39.50 RkMtnChoc s 15.89 VCA Antech 45.89
BkComrcHldg n 33.96 CmwlthInd 11.06 IntutvSrgcl 20.17
PcificCon s 16.34 ScanSource 61.35 VntriPrtners n 15.15
BooksMillion 7.79 FstMutlBnc s 26.25
New 52-Week Lows 96
Abgenix 9.62 CiphrgenBio 3.50 Entegris 9.64
IntrntInt 3.11 NPS Pharm 18.25 SCM Micro 4.45
Actel 15.83 Ciprico 4.00 EntreMed 1.56
Intersil 17.37 Neoware 6.96 ST Assmbly 7.33
Adolor 11.74 Cohu 16.55 ePlus 9.61
IntrgnThera 3.58 NetlgcMicrsys n 9.71 SkywrkSol 7.12
AirNetComm 0.48 CT WtrSvc 24.25 ExarCp 12.47
KVH Ind 8.93 NtwkEngns 2.07 StratosIntl 4.44
AmkorTch 5.25 CorceptThera n 5.00 ExtndedSys 3.30
Kirklands 10.10 OmniVsnTch s 12.90 TTI Team 2.26
AppldInnovt 3.25 Cray 5.43 FstBuseyCapTr 10.46
Knology n 3.92 OrigenFnl n 7.15 TaroPharm 37.54
AppldMicro 4.00 CumulusMda 15.50 FrnklnBk n 15.32
Kongzhong n 9.00 Oxigene 4.90 TarrntApprl 1.30
ArgonautTch 1.00 CurativeHlth 7.38 FreshBrds 7.35
Kopin 4.38 PalmHarbor 15.91 UltraClean n 6.85
ATA Hldgs 4.27 Cytokinetics n 12.47 FreshChoice 0.22
LaJolla 2.20 PnclAir n 9.92 Ultratech 13.42
AtlCstAir 4.72 DDi Cp n 6.35 GTX n 9.26
LeadisTech n 11.00 PlexusCp 10.54 ValueLn 30.25
BEA Sys 6.95 Datalink 2.88 Genta 1.91
MKS Instr 17.67 Plumtree 3.05 VntriPrtners n 15.15
BallardPwr 6.44 DominionHm 20.11 GoremoteIntrnt 1.53
ManTch A 16.40 REMEC Inc 4.99 VicuronPharm 10.84
BioMrnPharm 5.12 DrexlrTch 11.08 HEI Inc 1.88
Manugistics 2.45 RaindncCom 1.75 VitesseSemi 3.51
BlueMrtini 3.21 DynavaxTech n 5.29 ICOS Cp 23.78
MrlnBusSvcs n 14.11 Rambus 15.08 WestellTch 3.98
CallidusSftwr n 4.80 Eidos ADS 1.65 IbisTch 4.85
MlnnumCell 1.55 RschFrontr 6.47 YungBdcst A 11.04
CancerVax n 6.50 EmisphTch 3.07 IndusInt 1.83
MonolithicSys 5.09 SKFmsBrands 15.01 Zomax 3.26[/code:1:647e8b959e]

IIC
07-12-2004, 09:11 PM
Naz Support/Resistance for Tuesday:

Resistance:

2154
2092
2079
2053-Medium
2038-Weak
2024
2015
1999-Medium
1980-Medium
1960

Support:

1935
1902
1889
1877


QQQ:

Resistance:

37.80
37.45
37.10-Medium
36.90
36.65
36.35-Medium
36.10
35.90
35.70

Support:

34.85
34.40
34.05

IIC
07-13-2004, 10:48 AM
[code:1:df205fb99e]Analysts' Highest-Rated Stocks



This is a weekly ranking by First Call of the highest-rated stocks, based on analyst comments contributed within the past month to First Call's database.

To be included on the list, a company must be rated by at least five analysts.

First Call Consensus Recommendation Scale

1 = Buy

2 = Buy/Hold

3 = Hold

4 = Hold/Sell

5 = Sell


Most Attractive Issues
---- ---------- ------
Latest # Analysts Previous
Consensus Covering Consensus

(PCTI) 1.0 6 1.3
(STSA) 1.0 5 1.2
(KERX) 1.1 7 1.0
(CLDN) 1.1 7 1.2
(MSM) 1.2 6 1.0
(EPIC) 1.2 6 1.3
(MRTN) 1.2 5 1.3
(XRAY) 1.2 5 1.6
(ULBI) 1.2 5 1.3
(VCBI) 1.2 5 1.0
(DRL) 1.2 5 1.0
(DNET) 1.2 5 1.6
(DOVP) 1.2 5 1.3
(TSA) 1.3 16 1.1
(SCSS) 1.3 9 1.2
(EPL) 1.3 9 1.4
(ELBO) 1.3 9 1.4
(EFII) 1.3 8 1.6
(SINT) 1.3 7 1.2
(PTEK) 1.3 6 1.4
(DSCO) 1.3 6 1.4
(APCS) 1.3 6 1.2
(PGNX) 1.3 6 1.4
(MDU) 1.3 6 1.6
(CCBI) 1.3 6 1.4
(NCT) 1.3 6 1.4
(FPO) 1.3 6 1.6
(EAGL) 1.4 9 1.3
(AVID) 1.4 9 1.6
(MOGN) 1.4 8 1.7
(MLS) 1.4 8 1.5
(TMO) 1.4 7 1.6
(AVCT) 1.4 7 1.3
(ET) 1.4 7 1.3
(WITS) 1.4 7 1.5
(TRID) 1.4 7 1.2
(GTNA) 1.4 5 1.8
(CEDC) 1.4 5 1.5
(WRNC) 1.4 5 1.3
(RCRC) 1.4 5 1.2
(AMV) 1.4 5 1.5
(NDSN) 1.4 5 1.3
(MATK) 1.4 5 1.0
(THO) 1.4 5 1.7
(SSTI) 1.4 5 1.3
(SIGM) 1.4 5 1.3
(BKST) 1.4 5 1.3
(EASI) 1.4 5 1.3
(CENT) 1.4 5 1.3
(CACS) 1.4 5 1.5
(PDC) 1.4 5 1.6
(WR) 1.4 5 1.5
(FSH) 1.4 5 1.3
(JAH) 1.4 5 1.8
(ACA) 1.4 5 1.6
(SMBI) 1.4 5 1.5
(AUO) 1.4 5 1.5
(TYC) 1.5 15 1.6
(WSH) 1.5 13 1.4
(ROP) 1.5 11 1.6
(RI) 1.5 11 1.4
(SFD) 1.5 10 1.6
(FOSL) 1.5 10 1.6
(MTCT) 1.5 8 1.4
(DRIV) 1.5 8 1.6
(ENCY) 1.5 8 1.4
(HUG) 1.5 6 1.7
(IIVI) 1.5 6 1.9
(JILL) 1.5 6 1.7
(WFR) 1.5 6 1.6
(CTRP) 1.5 6 1.6
(BDY) 1.5 6 1.6
(GNCMA) 1.5 6 1.4
(BKBOF) 1.5 6 1.6
[/code:1:df205fb99e]

IIC
07-13-2004, 11:30 AM
Today's New Highs...ARO ATK AVL BAMM BOYD CKR CLE CMC CYT CZN DXR EGR FAST FEN GFX GGB HLT IMGC IPS ISRG JBX JCP MECA MLI MTG NCF NEN NRG OAKF OPTN PBT PCP PPC PVR RAVN RIN RRI RYN SHLO STLY STNR STZ STZB TOX UMPQ UTBI WBNK WGA WOS

IIC
07-13-2004, 07:06 PM
Today's MoMo:

DWSN JUNO DUSA COHT ECOL NICH IWAV CTIM

IIC
07-13-2004, 08:36 PM
The following defense contracts were announced Tuesday.

Perini Corp. (PCR) received a delivery order as part of a $52.4 million firm-fixed-price contract for design and construction of Afghan National Army Regional Brigade Facilities. The work will be completed by April 11, 2005.

Lockheed Martin Corp. (LMT) received a $10.5 million modification to a firm-fixed-price contract for 283 target acquisition designation sight electronic display and control, line replacement unit spares, and active matrix liquid crystal display for the Apache Aircraft. The work will be finished by June 30, 2006.

Environmental Chemical Corp. received a $6.04 million delivery order as part of a $19.5 million cost-plus-incentive-fee contract for a remedial investigation, feasibility study, and remedial design activities at Camp Edwards. The work will be completed by March 19, 2012.

BAE Systems (BA.LN) received received $5.66 million increment as part of an $11.9 million firm-fixed-price contract for 70 CV-3338B/ASN-128D signal data converters with an upgrade of computer display unit software, and associated logistics and technical documentation. The work will be completed by Oct. 20.

General Dynamics Land Systems (GD) received a $5.12 million order as part of a $56.9 million cost-reimbursable contract for long lead material for 59 M1A1 Abrams Integrated Management Vehicles. The work will be performed by the end of current fiscal year.

Jacobs Engineering Group Inc. (JEC) received a $75,000 delivery order as part of a $300 million firm-fixed-price, guaranteed-fixed-price, cost-plus-fixed-fee, cost-plus-award-fee, and cost-plus-incentive-fee contract for remediation services such as hazardous, toxic and radioactive waste, ordnance and explosive, operations and maintenance, construction/remediation support and clean-up. The work is slated to be completed by July 6, 2014.

Science Applications International Corp. (SAP.XX) received a $75,000 delivery order as part of a $300 million firm-fixed-price, guaranteed-fixed-price, cost-plus-fixed-fee, cost-plus-award-fee, and cost-plus-incentive-fee contract for remediation services such as hazardous, toxic and radioactive waste, ordnance and explosive, operations and maintenance, construction/remediation support and clean-up. The work should be finished by July 6, 2014.

The company also received a $5.12 million time and materials contract modification. This modification involves finding form, fit and function subassembly replacement for items that are unsupportable due to increasing obsolescence problems. This work will be complete by March 2006.

IIC
07-13-2004, 08:54 PM
Naz Support/Resistance for Wednesday:

Resistance:

2154
2092
2079
2053-Medium
2038-Weak
2024
2015
1999-Medium
1970-Strong
1948

Support:

1920-Weak
1902
1889
1877


QQQ:

Resistance:

37.80
37.45
37.10-Medium
36.90
36.65
36.30-Strong
36.10
35.80

Support:

34.85
34.40
34.05

IIC
07-14-2004, 02:34 AM
Undiscovered Gems Update...List looks risky overall...IIC

ACTL CGFW CHINA CNXT ENTG LTON NTES NTGR PTIX RDWR SANM SCSS SEBL SINA ZIGO

IIC
07-14-2004, 10:21 PM
Today's MoMo...By popular request, I am including(at least till the market improves)NYSE and AMEX stocks along with NAZ issues...So, criteria is Top RS stocks in my database, Gained at least 2% on at least 1.5x ADV:

CLF NAT VLCCF UPL DHB TPY LSS NCRX SHLO FRO TONS MSSN SIM LIPD ADPI AMOT GDP AKS CYB APCS PLRB CTIM

IIC
07-14-2004, 10:34 PM
Naz Support/Resistance for Thursday:

Resistance:

2154
2092
2079
2053-Medium
2038-Weak
2025-Weak
2015-Medium
1999
1970-Strong
1938

Support:

1902
1889
1877


QQQ:

Resistance:

37.80
37.45
37.10-Strong
36.90-Weak
36.65
36.25-Strong
36.10-Weak
35.70-Medium

Support:

34.85
34.35
34.05

IIC
07-14-2004, 11:26 PM
IIC...Cub Reporter

[code:1:c947c31e98]Earnings Surprise Summary: 4:00 P.M. - 5:30 P.M.



Unless otherwise noted, the company earnings figures are on a diluted basis and First Call assumes earnings estimates are on a diluted basis.

Upside Surprises

Companies whose quarterly net income (or loss) was better than the mean estimate provided by First Call:

Net Or First Call
(Loss) Mean Estimate
Apple AAPL 3Q Op 17c 15c
CEC Entertainment CEC 2Q 40c 39c
City National CYN 2Q $1.03 $1.02
Doral Fincl DRL 2Q 96c 91c
Illumina ILMN 2Q (10c) (12c)
Planar Sys PLNR 3Q 18c 13c
SanDisk SNDK 2Q 38c 30c


Downside Surprises

Companies whose quarterly net income didn't meet the First Call mean estimate or companies that reported an unexpected loss or a greater-than-expected loss:

Net Or First Call
(Loss) Mean Estimate
W-D 40 Co. WDFC 3Q 35c 42c


On-Target Earnings

Companies whose quarterly net income matched the First Call mean estimate:

Net Or First Call
(Loss) Mean Estimate
Advanced Micro Devices AMD 2Q 9c 9c
Progressive Corp. PGR 2Q $1.76 $1.76
Qlogic Corp. QLGC 1Q Op 36c 36c
Ruby Tuesday RI 4Q 46c 46c
Teleflex Inc TFX 2Q 84c 84c

So Far Today
Upside Surprises 9
Downside Surprises 1
On-Target Earnings 7


Nasdaq NMS New 52-Week Highs And Lows

.
New 52-Week Highs 22
AfrmtvIns n 15.10 Fastenal 60.71 MissionRes 6.63
PnclFnlPtnrs s 19.20 S&T Bcp 32.40 Starbucks 46.60
AppldSignal 35.79 FosterLB 9.33 MSSecs Ndq100 11.74
PresidlLf 18.99 SciQuest 6.24 SteelDyn 31.50
BooksMillion 8.19 Hydril 32.20 NaraBcp s 18.86
RiggsNtl 23.30 ShilohInd 18.67 TX RglBsh A 47.17
CalDiveInt 31.94 IndHldg s 21.82 PTEK Hldgs 12.16
RushEnt A 13.88
New 52-Week Lows 118
APA Optics 1.75 CitrixSys 16.57 FogCutter 3.24
LaJolla 1.98 PC Connctn 6.21 SouthFnlCap 5.30
Abgenix 9.22 Cohu 16.00 Forgent 1.03
LatticeSemi 5.19 PaneraBrd A 32.50 StratosIntl 4.41
Actel 15.45 CptrNtwkTch 5.21 FrnklnBk n 15.29
LeadisTech n 9.70 PinnacleSys 5.57 StridesJtblue n 23.95
Adolor 11.50 Cray 5.41 GTX n 9.06
LbrtyMItl A n 33.84 PortalSftwr s 2.73 TaroPharm 37.27
AdvEngy 12.13 CriticalPath s 1.03 GigaMedia 1.00
MKS Instr 17.12 PrimusTele 3.79 TranSwitch 1.26
AlbanyMolRsch 11.13 CTIMolecImg 10.80 GoremoteIntrnt 1.52
ManTch A 16.28 QLogicCp 23.93 Trimeris 12.79
AnadysPharma n 6.53 CumulusMda 15.17 HiTechPhrml 14.09
Manugistics 2.36 QRS Cp 4.94 UltraClean n 6.39
ApldMatl 16.63 CurativeHlth 6.70 HumanGenom 10.01
MerLynIntuit 21.36 REMEC Inc 4.89 Ultratech 12.77
AppldMicro 3.89 Cymer 30.11 IACInteractv 26.97
Micrel 9.24 Rambus 14.30 Vasogen 4.21
ArenaPharm 4.75 DDi Cp n 6.05 ICOS Cp 22.18
MuellrPaul 29.80 Repligen 1.76 Vastera 2.16
Ariba s 8.34 DgtlInsght 17.12 InsWeb 3.94
NPS Pharm 17.91 Retek 4.85 VntriPrtners n 10.90
ATA Hldgs 3.98 DominionHm 19.08 Intel 23.25
Neopharm 8.89 RockfordCp 3.95 Verity 11.05
BEA Sys 6.65 DrexlrTch 9.55 IntrntInt 3.01
NrthnTrust 39.60 RudolphTch 13.84 VicuronPharm 10.18
BUCA 4.51 EMS Tch 14.02 Intersil 16.64
NovellusSys 27.25 SCM Micro 4.35 VitesseSemi 3.44
BlueMrtini 2.83 Echelon 9.76 InterTel 20.00
OmniVsnTch s 11.09 ST Assmbly 7.23 Wavecom ADS 6.44
BrlndSftwr 7.01 Entegris 9.37 Intrado 14.31
1-800Flwrs.cm 7.10 SanminaCp 6.70 WbMthds 4.65
Brillian n 6.63 Entrust 2.55 KLA Tencor 39.81
OpticalCabl 4.55 SiebelSys 7.76 WestellTch 3.79
CallidusSftwr n 4.28 ePlus 9.55 KVH Ind 8.67
OracleCp 10.68 SkyWest 15.19 WrldHeart n 1.75
CellThrp 5.87 ExarCp 12.29 Kopin 4.30
OrigenFnl n 7.12 SonusNetwks 3.09 Zomax 2.91
CiphrgenBio 3.33 FstHlthGp 14.35 KosanBiosci 6.50
Oxigene 4.83


TOP STORIES

APPLE 3Q NET MORE THAN TRIPLES; OUTLOOK UPBEAT


Apple shares rise 2% in late trading after 3Q beat expectations and computer maker gives 4Q outlook generally in line with analysts' estimates. Revenue of $2.01 billion handily exceeds forecasts as brisk iPod sales continue and PC sales rise nearly 14%. Earnings excluding charges of 17c a share is 2c better than Street's forecasts.

AMD SWINGS TO PROFIT, MEETS VIEWS

Advanced Micro Devices posts net of $32 million, or 9c a share, matching Wall Street estimates. Sales soar 96% to $1.26 billion driven by demand for microprocessor and flash-memory products. Shares continue to fall after hours.

SANDISK SOARS AS 2Q PROFIT RISES 73%

Shares jump 20% after hours as memory-chip maker reports 2Q net income of $71 million, or 38c a share, topping Wall Street expectations by 8c. Revenue increases 85% to $433 million, also ahead of estimates.

GREEN ENDS BID FOR MARKS & SPENCER

Philip Green abruptly ends his effort to acquire Marks & Spencer, despite having won support from key shareholders. Marks & Spencer had refused to recommend Green's proposals, most recent of which was for $16.9 billion.

TALK OF SCHWAB UNIT SALE INTERESTS STREET

Wall Street is reacting with interest to prospect of a sale of Charles Schwab's capital-markets unit, raised by a New York Post article, though an actual deal hasn't materialized.

INTEL SLIDES ON PROFIT-MARGIN OUTLOOK

Shares shed more than 10% a day after tech bellwether posts net largely in line with forecasts but lowers its forecast for gross margins and excess inventory in second half, putting pressure on market at large as well as rival chip makers.

MCDONALD'S GAINS ON RAISED FORECAST

Shares add 3% after company said sales for McDonald's restaurants rose 8.4% in June and 11.6% in 2Q, leading to 27% increase in expected 2Q net to 47c a share. Wall Street is expecting EPS of 44c.

SENATE REJECTS GAY MARRIAGE BAN

Senate vote deals an election-year blow to Bush administration, rejecting pleas from the president and fellow conservatives that the measure was needed to safeguard an institution that has flourished for thousands of years.

BANK OF AMERICA BEATS VIEWS; SEES STRONG 2H

Bank of America's consumer business helps boost 2Q profit by 41%. Bank is optimistic earnings will continue to show strength through second half of year as it meets integration goals for FleetBoston acquisition. Shares flat.

CASES AGAINST ABBOTT DIET DRUG DISMISSED

Judge says plaintiffs in 113 cases failed to show sufficient evidence that anti-obesity drug Meridia caused severe side effects such as heart attacks and birth defects.

FOREX GROUP REVISES ANTI-FRAUD GUIDELINES

Advisory group made up of foreign-exchange professionals adopts new recommendations for currency trading to address concerns about fraud arising from currency scam bust late last year.

US RETAIL SALES, IMPORT PRICES FALL

Retail sales fall 1.1% in June, sharpest drop in more than a year, as higher energy prices take toll on consumer. Also, import prices decline 0.2%, validating Fed's view that inflation is likely to be tame.

CAESARS RISES ON POSSIBLE HARRAH'S BID

Shares jump 16% after The Wall Street Journal reports casino operator is close to being acquired by Harrah's Entertainment in deal that would create world's biggest gambling company. Harrah's slips 2%.

MOSUL GOVERNOR ASSASSINATED

Iraqi insurgents toss hand grenades and fire machine guns at convoy in Mosul, killing governor and two guards. Earlier, suicide attacker detonated car bomb near British Embassy and headquarters of Iraqi government, killing at least 10.

UK IRAQ INTELLIGENCE INADEQUATELY CHECKED

Inquiry into U.K. intelligence failures leading up to Iraq war says key sources were inadequately checked and cites "serious weakness" in way government presented intelligence, but clears Tony Blair of distorting information.

SEC CLOSER TO REGULATING HEDGE FUNDS

U.S. securities regulators move a step closer towards exercising oversight of hedge fund industry, proposing regulations that would require fund advisers to register with government and open their books and records.

FED FUNDS SEE 25-POINT HIKE IN AUGUST

Fed funds futures price in near 10% chance of a 50 basis point hike and a 90% chance of a 25 basis point hike at Aug. 10 Fed meeting, but some feel that if this week's inflation data come in weak, those odds could drop drastically.

STEEL STOCKS UP ON SCRAP PRICE OPTIMISM

Steel Dynamics gains 6% and AK Steel adds 5% after several analysts make upbeat comments about sector due to effect of higher scrap steel prices.

UAL MACHINISTS TO FIGHT PENSION CHANGES

Indicates it will fight United Airlines parent's deferral of $72.4 million pension payment as concern mounts that airline's pensions might be toast. UAL says deferral would help while it tries to exit bankruptcy. Shares lose 5%.

DEMOCRATS CONTINUE OVERTIME FIGHT

Responding to reports concluding that new overtime rules will hurt U.S. workers, Iowa Sen. Tom Harkin vows to use any means necessary to block rules from taking effect.


=======

LATE TRADING
Apple, SanDisk Rise; AMD Slips

Apple adds 2% in late session after 3Q results beat expectations and company gives positive 4Q outlook. Sandisk surges after better-than-expected 2Q results. Advanced Micro Devices loses 2% after giving vague 3Q sales outlook.


EARNINGS PREVIEW
IBM 2Q Seen In Line Despite Warnings



NYSE Composite Market Diary

. Today Prev Day
Advanced 1,572 1,703
Declined 1,688 1,552
Unchanged 166 168
Total Issues 3,426 3,423
New Highs 95 59
New Lows 43 28



. WED TUE WK AGO
NYSE Market Diary
Issues traded 3,427 3,423 3,411
Advances 1,570 1,704 2,035
Declines 1,689 1,559 1,209
Unchanged 168 160 167
New highs 94 60 96
New lows 43 28 31
zAdv vol (000) 577,132 645,643 769,115
zDecl vol (000) 872,424 531,184 510,759
zTotal vol (000) 1,459,989 1,198,039 1,317,104
Closing tick1 +731 +562 +650
Closing Arms2 (trin) 1.41 0.90 1.12
zBlock trades 25,610 19,660 20,425
Nasdaq Market Diary
Issues traded 3,244 3,229 3,232
Advances 1,142 1,478 1,423
Declines 1,915 1,551 1,628
Unchanged 187 200 181
New highs 22 25 37
New lows 118 77 77
Adv vol (000) 623,323 462,564 814,101
Decl vol (000) 1,398,375 938,216 839,086
Total vol (000) 2,050,889 1,451,481 1,709,816
Block trades n.a. 11,010 5,309
Amex Market Diary
Issues traded 974 962 957
Advances 382 451 469
Declines 487 427 395
Unchanged 105 84 93
New highs 20 13 17
New lows 23 23 20
zAdv vol (000) 16,368 16,139 30,773
zDecl vol (000) 39,931 22,234 16,213
zTotal vol (000) 57,561 41,472 49,315
Comp vol (000) 305,902 208,714 239,837
zBlock trades n.a. 622 823
z-NYSE or Amex only


Major Stock Market Indexes

.DOW JONES CLOSING AVERAGES: DJIA 10208.80 DN 38.79
30 INDUS 10208.80 DN 38.79 OR 0.38%
20 TRANSP 3085.22 UP 5.48 OR 0.18%
15 UTILS 279.83 UP 2.69 OR 0.97%
65 STOCKS 3007.42 UP 0.32 OR 0.01%

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The Dow Jones Equity Market Index closed at 262.78, dn 0.80 points, or 0.30%, from the prior close. The volume for the stocks in the index totaled 1,897,605,000.

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4 PM NYSE COMMON STOCK INDEX
ß Today Prev Day
ß 1,461,980,000 1,198,380,000 ß NYSE Common Stock Index
ßNYSE Composite 6488.80 DN 15.80
ßNYSE World Ldrs 5117.56 DN 15.01
ßNYSE US 100 5624.02 DN 8.83
ßInternational 100 4335.17 DN 21.99
ßNYSE TMT 4778.17 DN 41.81
ßFinancial 6597.83 DN 29.99
ßEnergy 7000.34 UP 62.33
ßHealth Care 5898.21 UP 10.59

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FINAL NASDAQ INDICES COMPOSITE 1914.88 DN 16.78
Comp 1937.68 1908.98 1914.88 Dn 16.78
Inds 1626.34 1604.59 1608.76 Dn 15.47
Bank 2901.31 2873.35 2881.95 Dn 8.42
Insr 3082.83 3060.54 3067.76 Dn 16.09
Ofin 3118.62 3075.59 3087.49 Dn 11.41
Tran 1842.57 1820.10 1833.39 Dn 0.03
Telecom 177.58 174.81 175.26 Dn 0.79

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SELECTED STOCK MARKET INDEXES
2004 CHANGE PCTGE 2003
S&P 500 1111.47 dn 3.67 dn 0.33 994.00
Value Line 359.01 dn 1.84 dn 0.51 310.12
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IIC
07-15-2004, 03:40 PM
[code:1:074694ed09]Analysts' Lowest-Rated Stocks



This is a weekly ranking by First Call of the Lowest-rated stocks, based on analyst comments contributed within the past month to First Call's database.

To be included on the list, a company must be rated by at least five analysts.

First Call Consensus Recommendation Scale

1 = Buy

2 = Buy/Hold

3 = Hold

4 = Hold/Sell

5 = Sell


Least Attractive Issues
---- ---------- ------
Latest # Analysts Previous
Consensus Covering Consensus

(MSO) 4.4 5 4.3
(CLP) 4.2 5 4.3
(ACAI) 4.1 7 3.5
(SPOT) 4.0 5 4.2
(PCU) 4.0 5 3.8
(INFO) 4.0 5 4.2
(WIN) 4.0 8 3.9
(EK) 3.9 10 4.0
(LAB) 3.8 5 4.0
(ALO) 3.8 5 3.4
(PDQ) 3.8 5 3.6
(EEX) 3.8 5 3.6
(PAL) 3.8 6 3.7
(WTNY) 3.8 6 4.0
(WFSL) 3.8 6 3.4
(SUI) 3.8 6 3.6
(STFC) 3.8 6 3.5
(LVLT) 3.8 11 3.7
(PPS) 3.8 13 3.9
(T) 3.8 26 3.7
(FGP) 3.7 6 3.6
(ADVS) 3.7 6 3.5
(DSGX) 3.7 9 3.6
(RYG) 3.7 11 3.8
(GBP) 3.7 11 3.8
(AIV) 3.7 15 3.6
(GAP) 3.6 5 3.5
(PLNR) 3.6 5 3.5
(PZE) 3.6 7 3.5
(MWY) 3.6 7 3.7
(HIW) 3.6 9 3.5
(MGM) 3.6 12 3.3
(BDRAF) 3.6 16 3.4
(TE) 3.6 16 3.7
(EDS) 3.6 22 3.5
(TRH) 3.5 6 3.2
(BBOX) 3.5 6 3.3
(PVX) 3.5 6 3.6
(GLYN) 3.5 6 3.4
(PTF) 3.5 8 3.6
(SUP) 3.5 10 3.4
(PGH) 3.5 11 3.3
(TDS) 3.5 11 3.2
(TSS) 3.5 16 3.6
(JP) 3.5 19 3.6
(MICT) 3.4 5 3.6
(FCTR) 3.4 5 3.0
(AAIIE) 3.4 5 3.3
(DRRX) 3.4 5 3.8
(RLRN) 3.4 5 3.8
(CSG) 3.4 5 3.8
(DQE) 3.4 5 3.3
(ENZN) 3.4 5 3.6
(SWC) 3.4 7 3.5
(OMI) 3.4 7 3.6
(UST) 3.4 7 3.6
(GAS) 3.4 8 3.5
(MYG) 3.4 8 3.1
(TZA) 3.4 8 3.2
(PGL) 3.4 9 3.5
(WGL) 3.4 9 3.5
(DDS) 3.4 9 3.7
(EP) 3.4 11 3.3
(GLK) 3.4 11 3.3
(CHTR) 3.4 17 3.5
(RF) 3.4 17 3.3
(BVF) 3.4 17 3.3
(BBT) 3.4 22 3.2
(JDSU) 3.4 24 3.3 [/code:1:074694ed09]

IIC
07-15-2004, 06:27 PM
Today's MoMo:

GIVN LSS VTIV FLIR VIDE GMR ORCT FTHR FRD VLTS AMOT TWI APCS TPY GDP CULS CFS

Websman
07-15-2004, 06:39 PM
Do you think that DHB stands a chance of being switched to the Nasdaq?

IIC
07-15-2004, 06:41 PM
Do you think that DHB stands a chance of being switched to the Nasdaq?

Geez...I never thought about it...have you heard anything?

IIC
07-15-2004, 06:42 PM
IBM CFO:Full-Yr Earnings,Rev, Analyst View 'Reasonable'-2



During the conference call, CFO Loughridge said he was "very pleased" with IBM's results in the second-quarter. He said Big Blue's balance sheet remains strong at $8.2 billion.

Going into IBM's earnings report, nervousness abounded among tech investors, who feared a rash of software earnings warnings, coupled with excess inventory at Intel Corp. (INTC), would spread to Big Blue.

Analysts tried to alleviate those fears in recent days, saying IBM should meet analysts views, largely because of its multiple units that have recurring revenue streams. For instance, 60% of IBM's software revenue comes from monthly subscriptions. Not to mention its services business, which enabled it to weather the tech wreck.

For the second-quarter, IBM reported net income of $1.99 billion, or $1.16 a share, up from net income of $1.71 billion, or 97 cents a share, in the year ago second quarter. The company benefited from strength in servers and favorable currency-exchange rates.

Revenue came in at $23.15 billion, up 7% from $21.63 billion a year ago. Analyst had expected IBM to weigh in with earnings of $1.12 a share and revenue of $23.35 billion.

According to Loughridge, IBM's global services business will see year-to-year revenue and margin improvement for the second-half of the year. He noted that IBM's services backlog stands at $118 billion and the pipeline of short-term and long-term contracts is "solid" for the rest of the year.

In the case of its software unit, Loughridge said that business will see "modest" but positive growth in the third quarter, while its technology unit will post a pro forma profit in 2004.

As for Apple Computer Inc.'s (APPL) comments that a manufacturing problem at IBM delayed Apple's new line of iMacs, Loughridge pointed out that Apple's chip is just one of hundreds of chips that Big Blue manufactures.

"We do hundreds of different chips in microelectronics. We are meeting customer commitments except for one chip," he said. Loughridge noted that the chip it produces for Apple is "truly leading edge" with only two companies manufacturing the chip.

In after-hours action, shares of IBM were trading at $84.50, slightly higher than its regular session close of $84.02

IIC
07-15-2004, 06:50 PM
[code:1:e9cb8916cc]NYSE Composite Market Diary

. Today Prev Day
Advanced 1,747 1,572
Declined 1,477 1,688
Unchanged 161 166
Total Issues 3,385 3,426
New Highs 106 95
New Lows 42 43

NYSE New 52-Week Highs And Lows

.
New 52-Week Highs 107

AK Steel 7.44 CamdnProp 46.86 EdisonInt 26.34
HoustonExplr 52.81 NS Gp 17.80 SonocoPdt 26.18
AaronRent s 33.79 Carlisle 67.21 EquitRes 52.58
HughsSply 60.71 NtlOilwell 33.71 Sothebys 16.65
AaronRent A s 31.66 ChespkeEngy 15.90 ExxonMobil 45.59
IndHldg s 22.85 NobleEngy 54.87 SoJerseyInd 45.45
AlbertoCl s 51.14 ChpkeEn6.0pf n 81.31 FMC Tech 30.21
Ipsco 23.79 OffshrLogst 29.29 SwiftEngy 25.00
Alcon 86.38 ChspkEngy pf 104.45 FstMarblehd 42.40
Ispat Intl A 15.97 OilStatesInt 16.48 Syngnta ADS 17.20
Alexanders 173.25 ChevronTex 95.57 FourSeasons 62.09
JackInTheBx 30.93 PennVirginia s 39.75 TCF Fnl 59.81
AmeriGp 52.42 CityNtl 67.00 FredMac 66.11
LaQuinta 8.65 PolarisInd s 49.75 TalismnEngy s 23.40
ApacheCp s 46.39 ColeNtl A 27.30 FrontrOil 21.95
LoneStarTch 29.12 Praxair s 40.29 TeekayShip pf 45.62
AtwdOcn 44.43 ColesMyer ADS 51.65 GenMaritime 28.70
Lubrizol 36.94 Premcor 39.84 Tesoro 29.70
AvalnBay 58.49 ConocoPhil 79.06 Gerdau s 13.90
MSC IndDir A 34.33 Questar 41.00 TXICapTr Spurs 47.25
Aviall 22.30 ConsolEngy 39.10 GrantPrid 18.97
Manitowoc 34.65 RayonierReit s 46.05 USCl7.5SrNts n 25.38
BJ Svc 48.32 ConstBrands A 39.46 GrtPlsEgyPrds n 25.98
MarcusCp 19.70 RelianceStl 42.76 UnitCp 32.44
BRE Prop 36.35 CnstBrnd pfA n 33.55 Greenbrier 23.10
MasseyEngy 29.19 ReliantEngy 11.53 UtdIndl 25.34
BakrHughs 39.90 Cntrywd Fncl s 73.34 Hartmarx 7.20
MeridnRes 7.84 RyersnTull 16.35 VarcoIntl 24.82
Ball Cp 73.52 CousnProp 34.28 Hilton 18.97
MesaRoyTr 59.98 SanJuanBsn 25.38 Wabtec 18.88
Blyth 35.20 Coventry s 51.12 HollyCp 38.50
Millennium 17.64 Sappi ADS 15.90 Weatherford 47.39
BurlgtnRes s 38.11 DTEEngTrII n 26.14 Homebanc n 8.91
MsnCap Mips B 25.35 Sasol 16.77 WestGasRes s 34.34
Cabela's n 29.25 DevDivRltypfI n 25.10 HostMar pfE n 26.25
MurphyOil 78.61 SmpraEngy un 30.54

New 52-Week Lows 40

AgereSys A 1.70 Chsphr&Bkss 16.13 iShrMngLgGr n 57.84
CBTCS 01-6 9.60 RltyIncoCp pfC 24.99 SWS Gp 13.38
AgereSys B 1.57 DeltaAir nts 9.45 iShrMngLgVal n 59.24
LinTVcorp 19.64 SlBrMuniPtnr 12.11 TaiwanSemi s 7.07
Arbitron 33.74 Equant 5.45 iShrMngSmGr n 55.60
MerLyn 49.49 SchwabC 8.30 Tribune 41.64
AsburyAuto 13.01 ExpressJet 10.83 JPMorgan pfA 84.50
NYTimes A 41.88 SonicAuto A 18.77 Unisys 10.47
BrisMyrsSqb 23.61 FstTr4CrnrsII n 19.60 JcknHwtTxSvc n 16.32
Nokia 12.01 SteSt Spaces 207.25 VanDrMn ADS 6.40
CPI Cp 13.74 Gp1Auto 28.57 Kookmin ADS 27.10
Omnicom 67.90 STMicroelec 19.79 WHX Cp 1.35
CarMax 18.75 InfrasrcSvcs n 11.23 LeapFrog A 17.60
Playboy A 10.51


Nasdaq NMS New 52-Week Highs And Lows

.
New 52-Week Highs 29

Alamosa n 8.39 Chattem 31.15 Fastenal 61.44
OrckitComm 24.13 PsycrtcSol 28.20 SteelDyn 32.46
Alcide 20.90 Cherokee 25.70 FLIR Sys 57.26
PTEK Hldgs 12.29 RGC Rsrc 33.19 Stericycle 53.21
ATP Oil&Gas 8.77 eResrchTech s 29.35 Hydril 32.26
PetrqstEngy 5.18 RavenInd 37.91 Vernalis ADS 4.80
BkComrcHldg n 39.95 Essex 10.66 MissionRes 6.73
PharmPdtDev 35.87 ScanSource 62.21 YellowCp 40.90
CassInfoSys s 41.10 ExpeditrInt 51.21 OlympicStl 20.69
PhaseFrwd n 10.00 SciQuest 6.25

New 52-Week Lows 97

ASE Tst 5.75 CitrixSys 16.50 Entegris 9.26
Interwoven s 7.56 PrdigmGen 0.66 SpectraLink 8.91
Actel 15.24 Cohu 15.84 Entrust 2.52
Intrado 9.70 PtnrsTr s 9.35 StratosIntl 4.31
Adolor 11.15 COLT Tele 2.98 ePlus 9.51
Intuit 36.12 PlexusCp 10.40 StridesJtblue n 23.55
AnadysPharma n 6.51 CptrNtwkTch 5.07 FfthThrd 50.50
Kopin 4.29 Plumtree 3.03 TalkAmHldgs 6.67
AppldInnovt 3.09 ConcrdComm 9.50 FstAlbny 8.90
LearnTreeInt 13.31 PortalSftwr s 2.72 TaroPharm 36.09
ArenaPharm 4.60 Convera 2.23 FogCutter 3.21
LbrtyMItl A n 33.82 REMEC Inc 4.86 UltraClean n 5.35
ATA Hldgs 3.40 CorixaCp 4.14 FrnklnBk n 15.05
MentorGraph 12.76 Repligen 1.75 Ultratech 12.74
AtlCstAir 4.37 Cray 5.40 FreshBrds 7.30
MetroOne 1.36 RschFrontr 6.37 UTStarcom 25.65
BUCA 4.42 CriticalPath s 0.91 GigaMedia 0.96
MdwstBanc 20.50 RockfordCp 3.80 VntriPrtners n 10.31
BlueMrtini 2.73 CumulusMda 15.09 HEI Inc 1.79
MonolithicSys 4.92 SCM Micro 4.28 VitesseSemi 3.43
Brooks Auto 15.71 Cymer 30.10 HiTechPhrml 14.07
Neopharm 8.75 ST Assmbly 7.15 WD40 24.55
BrukrBiSci 4.12 DepoMed 4.60 ICTS Int 1.70
NrthnTrust 39.48 SanminaCp 6.67 WirelessFac 8.54
CPAC Inc 5.36 DgtlInsght 16.95 ID Biomed 8.08
Orbitz A n 18.44 SapiensInt 2.14 XOMA 3.71
CallidusSftwr n 4.20 DPAC Tech 0.53 Inhibitex n 6.80
OrigenFnl n 7.11 SciClone 4.20 XyratexLtd n 10.62
CellThrp 5.71 ebookers ADS 8.88 InsWeb 3.90
OrphanMed 7.96 SkyWest 15.10 YungBdcst A 10.84
chinadotcom 6.17 EDEN Biosci 0.64 Intel 23.14
PalmHarbor 15.82 SkywrkSol 7.11 Zilog n 8.71
Ciprico 3.91

AMEX New 52-Week Highs And Lows

.
New 52-Week Highs 22

AdvMagnet 16.15 FriedmanInd 6.50 Jaclyn 5.43
MSNmntMng n 10.11 ProvWorRR 11.35 VlyNtlGas 11.23
AmSciEng 23.44 iShrDJUSEn 57.56 Medtox 11.50
MS Oil Bridges 10.70 Rotonics 1.93 Vndngdata n 4.75
AtlsPlas A 19.25 iShrGldSach 117.41 MerLynOil nts 12.37
NE Realty 72.70 SPDR Engy 32.38 VulcanCp 47.70
DevonEgy 69.96 iShrSPGbl GE 65.84 MerLyEngy06 13.15
PlymRub B 0.90

New 52-Week Lows 22

AXM Pharma n 3.40 AmWtrStar n 0.82 EndvrIntl n 3.19
MerLynIntel n 19.98 MS TX Instr n 22.95 Tengasco 0.30
Aerosonic 5.00 BootsCoots s 0.94 EngyInco&Gth n 19.98
MS NtlSemi n 19.55 S&PGlblEqty n 13.70 VangdInfoTch n 42.65
Alteon 0.94 CNE Grp 0.35 GblliUtilInco n 18.12
MS Avaya n 15.30 Segmentz n 1.10 WllsfrdProp 14.85
AmMtg 85 2.21 ComrcEngyGp n 1.88 Infosonics n 4.20
MS Tellabs n 8.02
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Websman
07-15-2004, 07:01 PM
Do you think that DHB stands a chance of being switched to the Nasdaq?

Geez...I never thought about it...have you heard anything?

Just rumors on Yahoo boards...so...probably not going to happen.

IIC
07-15-2004, 07:52 PM
Defense Contracts Announced Thursday



The U.S. Department of Defense announced the following contracts Thursday:

Public Warehousing Co. (WARE.KW) received a $67.2 million indefinite delivery type of contract for prime vendor subsistence support for the Army, Navy, Air Force and Marine Corps. The work is slated to finish July 14, 2007.

General Electric Aircrafts Engine (GE) received a $7.75 million firm, fixed-price with price re-determination type of contract for airplane parts for the Navy and the Air Force. Performance is slated to be completed March 31, 2006.

IIC
07-15-2004, 07:53 PM
A chart on one of my holdings: NAVR


http://trimurl.com/CI

IIC
07-15-2004, 07:57 PM
[code:1:4911fc14bd]Late-Trading Activity (4:00 P.M. - 6:30 P.M. Eastern Time)

. THURSDAY WEDNESDAY TUESDAY MONDAY FRIDAY
Issues Traded 2,545 3,015 2,085 2,766 2,563
Advances 630 622 489 433 539
Declines 790 529 724 550 415
Unchanged 1,125 1,864 872 1,783 1,609
Advancing Volume 14,990,069 46,069,049 20,946,353 14,703,753 12,999,730
Declining Volume 28,425,433 5,383,568 52,473,638 11,214,609 9,394,183
Total Volume 50,375,619 68,678,909 90,322,376 49,866,828 35,658,247

LATE MOST ACTIVE ISSUES
ISSUE EXCH VOL(000s) LAST NET CHG % CHG
SPDR (A) 3,365.2 110.71 -0.09 -0.1
Nasdaq 100 (A) 3,362.2 35.06 -0.01 unch
Intel (Nq) 2,155.6 23.11 -0.04 -0.2
PMC Sierra (Nq) 1,972.5 11.20 -0.55 -4.7
Netflix (Nq) 1,859.6 27.00 -5.00 -15.6
LexarMedia (Nq) 1,633.8 5.73 -0.81 -12.4
CiscoSys (Nq) 1,316.5 21.94 -0.19 -0.9
Findwhat.com (Nq) 1,232.0 18.60 +0.03 +0.2
Rambus (Nq) 1,087.0 17.34 +2.05 +13.4
IBM (N) 742.3 84.39 +0.37 +0.4
OracleCp (Nq) 726.3 10.70 -0.02 -0.2
CadenceDsgn (N) 725.0 13.25 unch unch
AkamaiTch (Nq) 631.7 14.45 -0.09 -0.6
Synopsys (Nq) 548.5 25.67 +0.01 unch
Microsoft (Nq) 496.4 27.89 +0.02 +0.1
Pfizer (N) 414.7 32.85 +0.27 +0.8
BCE Inc (N) 405.0 20.06 +0.26 +1.3
Informatica (Nq) 401.6 5.81 +0.01 +0.2
TelecomHldrs (A) 400.0 26.30 +0.05 +0.2
Chubb un A (N) 400.0 27.19 -0.03 -0.1
Calpine (N) 396.9 4.25 unch unch
JDS Uniphs (Nq) 353.2 3.20 -0.03 -0.9
IvaxCp (A) 330.5 23.50 +0.64 +2.8
BEA Sys (Nq) 329.4 6.95 unch unch
Diamond (A) 304.1 101.70 +0.09 +0.1
SPDR Indu (A) 266.4 28.24 unch unch
Broadcom A (Nq) 261.1 37.95 -0.63 -1.6
AppleCptr (Nq) 252.6 32.68 -0.25 -0.8
SPDR Fncl (A) 251.2 27.74 -0.02 -0.1
QwestComm (N) 243.9 3.51 -0.03 -0.8

LATE PRICE PERCENTAGE GAINERS
ISSUE EXCH VOL(000s) LAST NET CHG % CHG
HollisEden (Nq) 10.3 14.07 +1.84 +15.0
Rambus (Nq) 1,087.0 17.34 +2.05 +13.4
OraSureTch (Nq) 9.2 9.00 +0.93 +11.5
TesseraTch (Nq) 26.9 17.40 +1.48 +9.3
Biosite (Nq) 140.7 46.66 +3.84 +9.0
FARO Tch (Nq) 19.4 23.50 +1.69 +7.7
BrdleyPharm (N) 14.9 26.71 +1.55 +6.2
IntPrfms (Nq) 9.6 18.15 +0.96 +5.6
Kongzhong (Nq) 149.1 9.50 +0.49 +5.4
RedbackNtwk (Nq) 101.2 5.23 +0.19 +3.9
PMA Cap A (Nq) 62.9 9.12 +0.32 +3.6
ResConnInc (Nq) 55.3 39.65 +1.33 +3.5
AltriaGp (N) 160.3 49.80 +1.60 +3.3
VaxGen (Nq) 10.7 14.11 +0.43 +3.1
Nitches (SC) 8.6 5.90 +0.17 +3.0

LATE PRICE PERCENTAGE LOSERS
ISSUE EXCH VOL(000s) LAST NET CHG % CHG
PLX Tch (Nq) 59.2 9.75 -3.05 -23.8
HotTopic (Nq) 213.3 15.91 -3.15 -16.5
Netflix (Nq) 1,859.6 27.00 -5.00 -15.6
AspectComm (Nq) 30.5 9.75 -1.75 -15.2
AspenTch (Nq) 13.1 5.80 -1.02 -15.0
Brillian (Nq) 8.0 6.39 -1.05 -14.1
LexarMedia (Nq) 1,633.8 5.73 -0.81 -12.4
AirspanNtwk (Nq) 11.0 4.30 -0.55 -11.3
CybrSrc (Nq) 179.8 6.13 -0.78 -11.3
Echelon (Nq) 23.5 9.00 -0.99 -9.9
PMC Sierra (Nq) 1,972.5 11.20 -0.55 -4.7
GenesisMcro (Nq) 16.5 10.15 -0.38 -3.6
M SysFlsh (Nq) 93.4 14.25 -0.47 -3.2
Stryker Cp (N) 108.7 53.30 -1.50 -2.7
FstFedAR (Nq) 5.0 19.45 -0.52 -2.6[/code:1:4911fc14bd]

IIC
07-15-2004, 08:54 PM
Naz Support/Resistance for Friday:

Resistance:

2154
2092
2079
2053-Medium
2038-Weak
2015-Medium
1999-Medium
1970-Strong
1940

Support:

1902
1889
1877


QQQ:

Resistance:

37.80
37.45
37.10-Strong
36.60
36.25-Strong
36.10-Weak
35.65-Medium

Support:

34.85
34.35
34.05

IIC
07-15-2004, 09:17 PM
Analyst Actions

Time Company Ticker Action Source
3:39pm ValueClick VCLK initiated with Overweight Pac. Growth Equities
3:22pm Apple Computer AAPL TP raised to $27 Prudential Financial
3:21pm Pinnacle Entertainment PNK upgraded to Buy Banc of America
3:12pm Alberto-Culver ACV upgraded to Buy Banc of America
3:02pm Rayovac ROV TP raised to $28 Banc of America
2:53pm Advanced Micro Devices AMD TP reduced to $15 Prudential Financial
2:50pm Freeport McMoran FCX TP raised to $34 Prudential Financial
2:49pm Perrigo PRGO initiated with Neutral Banc of America
2:44pm Genzyme Corp. General Division GENZ TP raised to $61 Prudential Financial
2:41pm Nokia NOK downgraded to Perform Loop Capital
2:41pm AmSouth Bancorp ASO TP raised to $29 Raymond James
2:34pm Pharmaceutical Product Development, Inc. PPD upgraded to Outperform Raymond James
2:32pm FindWhat.com FWHT initiated with Overweight Pac. Growth Equities
2:19pm SanDisk SNDK TP raised to $33 CE Unterberg Towbin
2:16pm Ruby Tuesday RI downgraded to Buy KeyBanc Capital Markets
2:14pm Starbucks SBUX TP raised to $42.5 Banc of America
2:12pm Plexus PLXS downgraded to Underweight J.P. Morgan Securities
2:10pm Planar Systems PLNR upgraded to Neutral D.A. Davidson
1:30pm Argosy Gaming AGY upgraded to Buy Banc of America
1:23pm QLogic Corporation QLGC TP reduced to $35 Robert W. Baird
1:21pm Greenbrier GBX TP raised to $30 BB & T Capital Markets
1:15pm Pharmaceutical Product Development, Inc. PPDI upgraded to Outperform Robert W. Baird
1:09pm MGIC Investment MTG TP raised to $75 Robert W. Baird
1:07pm AstraZeneca ZEG TP reduced to 2150p Dresdner Kleinwort Wasser.
12:58pm Chattem CHTT upgraded to Buy Banc of America
12:48pm QLogic Corporation QLGC TP reduced to $26 Lazard Freres
12:47pm QLogic Corporation QLGC TP reduced to $28 Credit Suisse First Boston
12:46pm Atwood Oceanics ATW TP raised to $43 Credit Suisse First Boston
12:45pm Advanced Micro Devices AMD TP reduced to $15 Credit Suisse First Boston
12:43pm SunTrust Banks STI TP raised to $68 Morgan Stanley
12:40pm Station Casino STN TP reduced to $49 Morgan Stanley
12:40pm AMB Property Corp AMB TP raised to $34 Morgan Stanley
12:37pm BB&T BBT TP raised to $38 Morgan Stanley
12:36pm Bank of America BAC TP raised to $93 Morgan Stanley
12:35pm Alcon ACL TP raised to $79 Morgan Stanley
12:30pm SkyWest SKYW initiated with Buy Fulcrum Global Partners
12:29pm Atlantic Coast Airlines Holdings ACAI initiated with Sell Fulcrum Global Partners
12:28pm Southwest Airlines LUV initiated with Buy Fulcrum Global Partners
12:27pm JetBlue Airways JBLU initiated with Buy Fulcrum Global Partners
12:26pm America West Holdings AWA initiated with Neutral Fulcrum Global Partners
12:24pm Alaska Air Group ALK initiated with Neutral Fulcrum Global Partners
12:23pm AirTran Holdings AAI initiated with Neutral Fulcrum Global Partners
12:22pm Northwest Airlines NWAC initiated with Buy Fulcrum Global Partners
12:21pm Delta Air Lines DAL initiated with Buy Fulcrum Global Partners
12:20pm Continental Airlines CAL initiated with Buy Fulcrum Global Partners
12:19pm AMR AMR initiated with Buy Fulcrum Global Partners
12:18pm Aeropostale ARO initiated with Buy IRG Research
12:15pm eBay EBAY initiated with Mkt Perform Friedman,Billings,Ramsey &Co
12:14pm Ariba ARBA initiated with Outperform RBC Capital Markets
12:14pm Ariba ARBA initiated with Outperform RBC Capital Markets
12:11pm MRO Software MROI initiated with Mkt Perform Adams Harkness & Hill
12:10pm Intersections IKZA initiated with Buy Adams Harkness & Hill
12:09pm FindWhat.com FWHT initiated with Mkt Perform Adams Harkness & Hill
12:07pm CyberSource CYBS initiated with Buy Adams Harkness & Hill
12:03pm Bottomline Technologies EPAY initiated with Buy Adams Harkness & Hill
12:02pm First Advantage FIR initiated with Mkt Perform Adams Harkness & Hill
12:02pm NVIDIA Corp NVDA initiated with Hold Needham & Co
12:01pm Amazon.com AMZN initiated with Mkt Perform Friedman,Billings,Ramsey &Co
12:00pm Zoran ZRAN initiated with Buy Needham & Co
11:59am Omnova Solutions OMN initiated with Buy Jefferies & Co
11:57am Covad Communications COV initiated with Hold Jefferies & Co
11:55am XL Capital XL-A initiated with Equal-weight Lehman Brothers
11:45am Magna International MGA-B initiated with Sector Perform CIBC World Markets
11:40am Blue Nile BVJ upgraded to Buy McAdams Wright Ragen
11:40am Ruby Tuesday RI TP reduced to $36 Legg Mason
11:37am ValueClick VCLK initiated with Overweight Pac. Growth Equities
11:36am FindWhat.com FWHT initiated with Overweight Pac. Growth Equities
11:32am Intrado TRDO downgraded to Neutral Advest
11:31am Ruby Tuesday RI downgraded to Buy KeyBanc Capital Markets
11:31am Nokia NOK downgraded to Perform Loop Capital
11:29am Check Point CHKP downgraded to Hold Jefferies & Co
11:29am Andrx ADRX downgraded to Hold A.G. Edwards & Sons
11:28am Commerce Bancorp CBH downgraded to Underweight Morgan Stanley
11:25am Stanley Furniture STLY downgraded to Neutral SunTrust Robinson Humphrey
11:25am New York Times NYT downgraded to Neutral Credit Suisse First Boston
11:24am Plexus PLXS downgraded to Underweight J.P. Morgan Securities
11:22am Apple Computer AAPL upgraded to Buy Fulcrum Global Partners
11:17am NetIQ NTIQ upgraded to Buy Janney Montgomery Scott
11:16am Apple Computer AAPL upgraded to Outperform Bear Stearns
11:15am California Amplifier CAMP upgraded to Buy Roth Capital
11:14am City National CYN upgraded to Outperform Ryan, Beck & Co
11:12am CEC Entertainment CEC upgraded to Neutral Advest
11:09am Pharmaceutical Product Development, Inc. PPDI upgraded to Outperform Raymond James
11:07am Planar Systems PLNR upgraded to Sector Perform CIBC World Markets
11:06am Blue Coat Systems BCSI upgraded to Buy Think Equity Partners
11:06am Patterson-UTI PTEN TP reduced to $18.5 Prudential Financial
11:05am Pharmaceutical Product Development, Inc. PPDI upgraded to Outperform Robert W. Baird
11:04am ADP Automatic Data Processing ADP upgraded to Outperform Credit Suisse First Boston
11:03am Paychex PAYX upgraded to Outperform Credit Suisse First Boston
11:02am Argosy Gaming AGY upgraded to Buy Banc of America
11:00am Pinnacle Entertainment PNK upgraded to Buy Banc of America
10:59am Lyondell Chemicals LYO upgraded to Buy Banc of America
10:58am ASML Holdings ASM TP reduced to 17 Deutsche Bank
10:58am Alberto-Culver ACV upgraded to Buy Banc of America
10:51am Gestevision Telecinco RWW TP raised to 15.3 Deutsche Bank
10:50am National Processing NAP downgraded to Mkt Perform Morgan Keegan
10:40am Apple Computer AAPL upgraded to Buy First Albany
10:39am RWE RWE TP raised to 50 Commerzbank
10:16am OMV OMV TP raised to 180 Deutsche Bank
9:38am Skandia SFK upgraded to Overweight J.P. Morgan Securities
9:05am Great Plains Energy GXP upgraded to Buy Williams Capital
8:51am Sigma Designs SIGM downgraded to Hold A.G. Edwards & Sons
8:30am Prosperity Bancshares PRSP TP raised to $26 Stephens Inc.
8:23am Linens 'n Things LIN TP reduced to $36 Deutsche Securities
8:22am Harley-Davidson HDI TP raised to $73 Robert W. Baird
8:01am Caesars Entertainment CZR downgraded to Underweight Prudential Financial
7:52am Intel INTC TP reduced to $25 Deutsche Securities
7:37am Aptar Group ATR initiated with Hold KeyBanc Capital Markets
7:36am Pactiv PTV initiated with Buy KeyBanc Capital Markets
7:34am Crown Holdings CCK initiated with Buy KeyBanc Capital Markets
7:32am Ball BLL initiated with Hold KeyBanc Capital Markets
7:30am Red Hat RHAT TP reduced to $21 Banc of America
7:16am Epcos EPC downgraded to Reduce UBS
7:12am Sonus Networks SONS downgraded to Equal-weight Pac. Growth Equities
6:59am Excel Technology XLTC TP reduced to $34 Ferris Baker Watts
6:49am AC Moore ACMR downgraded to Mkt Perform Morgan Keegan
6:47am Synovus Financial SNV upgraded to Outperform Morgan Keegan
6:46am Intel INTC TP reduced to $33 Raymond James
6:32am KV Pharmaceutical KV.A downgraded to Neutral First Albany
6:07am Linens 'n Things LIN TP reduced to $38 Wedbush Morgan
6:06am BB&T BBT TP raised to $41 Hilliard Lyons
5:44am Intel INTC TP reduced to $32.5 Bear Stearns
5:17am Total System Services TSS upgraded to Mkt Perform Morgan Keegan
4:40am eResearch Technology ERES TP raised to $31 Advest
4:29am NBTY NBT downgraded to Sector Perform RBC Capital Markets
4:08am Texas Instruments TXN upgraded to Buy Deutsche Securities
4:01am Precision Castparts PCP TP raised to $59 Banc of America
3:59am State Street Corp STT TP reduced to $45 RBC Capital Markets
3:49am Noven Pharmaceuticals NOVN initiated with Sector Perform RBC Capital Markets
3:42am Eon Labs ELAB upgraded to Buy American Technology Research
3:27am Novavax NVAX initiated with Outperform RBC Capital Markets
3:14am Vivus VVUS initiated with Outperform RBC Capital Markets
2:49am Excel Technology XLTC TP reduced to $34 Ferris Baker Watts
2:48am Intel INTC TP reduced to $33 Raymond James
2:46am OmniVision Technologies OVTI TP raised to $28 Wells Fargo Securities
2:44am California Amplifier CAMP TP reduced to $15 Ferris Baker Watts
2:43am Infosys INFY TP raised to $63 Brean Murray & Co
2:42am Intel INTC TP reduced to $37 UBS
2:41am Red Hat RHAT TP reduced to $22 UBS
2:40am Merrill Lynch MER TP reduced to $68 UBS
2:39am Valero Energy VLO TP raised to $75 UBS
2:36am Omnicom Group OMC TP reduced to $80 UBS
2:36am Precision Castparts PCP TP raised to $59 Banc of America
2:34am Red Hat RHAT TP reduced to $21 Banc of America
2:33am Intel INTC TP reduced to $31 Credit Suisse First Boston
2:32am Intel INTC TP reduced to $30 JMP Securities
2:31am Linens 'n Things LIN TP reduced to $37 CIBC World Markets
2:30am Tumbleweed Communications TMWD TP reduced to $5 Rodman & Renshaw
2:24am Sigma Designs SIGM downgraded to Hold A.G. Edwards & Sons
2:23am Caesars Entertainment CZR downgraded to Underweight Prudential Financial
2:16am Chattem CHTT upgraded to Buy Banc of America
2:15am Ista Pharmaceuticals ISTA upgraded to Buy Roth Capital
2:14am Bank of the Ozark OZRK upgraded to Buy FTN Midwest
2:13am Total System Services TSS upgraded to Mkt Perform Morgan Keegan

IIC
07-16-2004, 06:13 PM
TOP STORIES

MARTHA STEWART, BACANOVIC SENTENCED TO 5 MONTHS


Stewart and her broker also sentenced to five month house arrest and two years probation for lying about a stock sale. Sentences of both stayed pending appeal. Composed Stewart says, "Today is a shameful day for me and my family," but encourages subscriptions to her magazine and says, "I'll be back." Investors think so, too: Shares of her company surge 36% as sentencing caps two and a half years of uncertainty.

BOSTON SCI DROPS ON MORE STENT RECALLS

Coming off trading halt minutes before market close, Boston Scientific falls 13% initially and ends 7% lower on news it'll recall more Taxus stents and some bare-metal coronary stents. Rival stent makers J&J and Guidant rise around 2.5% each.

US JUNE CPI BACKS FED INFLATION VIEW

Rises 0.3%, half rate recorded in May, with core index, which excludes food and energy, increasing mere 0.1%. Data support Fed's posture of measured interest rate hikes. Economists expected core and overall indexes to gain 0.2%.

MICHIGAN SENTIMENT INDEX EDGES HIGHER

University of Michigan's consumer sentiment index rises to 96.0 in mid-July from 95.6 in June. Analysts expected an increase to 96.3. Current index slips, while expectations index moves slightly higher.

KMART STILL LOYAL TO MARTHA STEWART BRAND

Kmart reiterates its loyalty to brand partner Martha Stewart Living after the domestic style maven is sentenced to prison, but says it can't comment on details of the case or sentencing. Shares slip 1%.

BOEING SETTLES SEX BIAS SUIT

Will pay up to $72.5 million to as many as 29,000 current and former female workers as part of deal to settle class-action lawsuit that alleged Boeing failed to apply equal compensation and promotion practices to women employees.

DELL OPTION EXPENSING PLAN DEFEATED

Shareholders narrowly defeat non-binding proposal to treat stock options as expenses, as computer maker names Kevin Rollins to succeed Michael Dell as CEO and raise 2Q earnings guidance. Shares rise 1%.

FREESCALE TRADES HIGHER AFTER IPO

Motorola's chip unit trades 4% higher above the $13 price set on its 121.6 million share offering. Freescale is the largest of five IPOs to begin trading today.

SCHERING-PLOUGH UP ON MEDICAID PACT

Drug maker's shares gain over 2% on report it agrees to pay government $350 million in fines to settle charges it defrauded. Schering-Plough won't confirm settlement first reported by New York Times.

IBM GAINS AFTER 2Q NET TOPS VIEWS

Shares climb more than 1% a day after Big Blue posted 17% increase in earnings and 7% rise in revenue on strong sales of mainframes and business computers. IBM backs analysts' 2004 earnings and revenue views.

ORTHOPEDIC FIRMS FALL AFTER STRYKER 2Q SALES

Shares of large orthopedic device companies head lower after Stryker reports slightly disappointing sales gains in its 2Q orthopedic implant sales. Stryker takes the worst hit, falling 10%; Zimmer sheds 5% and Biomet loses 4%.

EUROPEAN STOCKS CLOSE FLAT

Losses for drug stocks outweigh a tentative rebound by technology issues, amid light volumes, with investors bracing for a further rash of earnings next week. Markets in London, Frankfurt and Paris all end marginally lower.

PNC TO SHUT RIGGS EMBASSY BUSINESS

PNC agrees to buy bank for $779 million, saying it will close its controversial embassy and international businesses that have been subject of regulatory enforcement actions and scrutiny. PNC shares fall 3%; Riggs adds 1%.

OUTBACK WARNING WEIGHS ON RESTAURANTS

Outback Steakhouse's late-hour warning for flat 2Q earnings, citing high produce and dairy costs, halts casual-dining sector's recent recovery. Outback shares dip 5%, while O'Charley's and Cheesecake Factory fall 2%.

NETFLIX TUMBLES ON 2Q, DOWNGRADES

Shares drop 25% a day after online DVD rental firm posts 13% drop in 2Q profits, missing Wall Street estimates and spurring analyst downgrades. Analysts say firm needs to adjust strategy of adding subscribers at rapid rate.

HASBRO SEES '04 GROWTH DESPITE 2Q MISS

Toy maker disappoints Wall Street with flat 2Q earnings but says it still plans to post annual results better than a year ago because of new product offerings. Shares near flat.

IIC
07-16-2004, 06:35 PM
Today's MoMo:

LSS WBNK HANS TSO NSS HBP RIMM GI HA RVI DUSA VLTS FRD

IIC
07-16-2004, 07:15 PM
Nasdaq NMS New 52-Week Highs And Lows

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New 52-Week Highs 30

Alamosa n 8.42 Chattem 31.39 FrkfrtFstBcp 25.78
KnightTrnsp 28.93 PowerDsine n 13.82 US Xpress A 17.57
Alcide 21.21 EWBcp s 31.75 GlacierBcp s 28.45
Navarre 14.90 PsycrtcSol 29.04 UnizanFin 27.45
AllncRes 49.74 eResrchTech s 29.80 HuntgBcsh 24.28
NuCo2 20.58 RiggsNtl 23.54 WcaWasteCp n 9.86
ATP Oil&Gas 8.93 Essex 10.67 Hydril 32.65
PetrqstEngy 5.35 SciQuest 6.30 Xenogen n 8.15
BkComrcHldg n 40.99 FstBcsh 22.15 IntrmagGen 37.47
PnclFnlPtnrs s 19.41 SteelDyn 33.15 YellowCp 40.97

New 52-Week Lows 143

AMIS Hldgs n 13.26 CellGenesys 8.60 Entegris 9.03
IsleCapris 15.98 NitroMed n 5.70 SapiensInt 2.05
APA Optics 1.71 CellThrp 5.53 FfthThrd 49.97
KLA Tencor 39.33 NrthnTrust 39.29 SecNtlFnl A 3.50
ASE Tst 5.69 chinadotcom 5.95 FstHlthGp 14.24
KVH Ind 8.53 NovellusSys 27.20 SiebelSys 7.57
Abgenix 8.71 CiphrgenBio 3.30 FogCutter 3.20
Kongzhong n 8.56 NVIDIA 15.18 SkyWest 14.80
Actel 14.56 Cohu 15.45 FrnklnBk n 14.85
Kopin 4.28 OracleCp 10.21 SkywrkSol 7.10
Adolor 10.35 CptrNtwkTch 4.94 FrontierAir 8.42
KosanBiosci 5.84 Orbitz A n 18.36 Stratagene n 6.70
AdvisoryBoard 31.33 ConcrdComm 9.25 GTX n 9.03
LaJolla 1.80 OrigenFnl n 7.02 Synopsys s 24.89
AirNetComm 0.43 ConcurCptr 1.38 Genta 1.90
LatticeSemi 5.00 OrphanMed 7.95 Synovis 8.55
AnadysPharma n 6.25 CorixaCp 3.88 GigaMedia 0.86
LeadisTech n 9.40 PMC Sierra 10.15 TalkAmHldgs 6.66
Aphton 3.05 Cray 5.26 HEI Inc 1.74
LearnTreeInt 13.13 PacSunwear s 17.39 TaroPharm 34.52
AppldExtr 0.30 CTIMolecImg 10.41 HlthStrm 1.70
LexarMedia 5.51 PerfrmFdGp 25.30 TarrntApprl 1.12
AppldInnovt 2.99 CumulusMda 14.95 HotTopic s 15.44
MKS Instr 16.95 PinnacleSys 5.55 TchInvCap n 12.61
AppldMicro 3.72 Cymer 29.31 HumanGenom 9.84
ManTch A 16.16 PlexusCp 10.38 TranSwitch 1.25
ArenaPharm 4.44 DDi Cp n 5.95 ID Biomed 7.25
MentorGraph 12.65 PortalSftwr s 2.64 Trimeris 12.20
Ariba s 8.30 DSP Group 21.88 Insmed 1.60
MerixCp 8.82 PraecisPharm 3.16 US HomeSys 6.63
AsiaInfo 4.10 DepoMed 4.42 Intel 22.65
MerLynIntuit 21.25 ProximCp 0.91 UltimtElectro 3.20
ATA Hldgs 3.07 DgtlInsght 15.85 IntermetCp 3.43
MrLyBrocade n 21.68 RegenPharm 8.21 UTStarcom 25.37
AtlCstAir 3.91 DPAC Tech 0.51 IntrntInt 2.58
MdwstBanc 20.41 RepAirHldgs n 12.50 Verity 10.85
BEA Sys 6.60 Drugstore.com 2.89 Intersectns n 20.45
MillnmPhrm 11.23 RschFrontr 6.36 VitesseSemi 3.19
BlueMrtini 2.65 DuraAutoSys 8.41 Interwoven s 7.35
MuellrPaul 29.50 Retek 4.55 WbMthds 4.61
BrlndSftwr 6.99 ebookers ADS 8.63 Intevac 3.86
NPS Pharm 17.60 RockfordCp 3.62 WirelessFac 8.43
BrcadeComm 4.70 Echelon 8.05 Intuit 35.84
NeoMagic 1.71 SCM Micro 4.10 XOMA 3.43
Brooks Auto 15.45 EDEN Biosci 0.50 iPass n 5.60
Neopharm 7.72 Sina 24.00 YungBdcst A 9.96
BrukrBiSci 4.10 Electrolux 36.54 Isis Pharma 4.54
NetlgcMicrsys n 9.40 SanminaCp 6.65

NYSE New 52-Week Highs And Lows

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New 52-Week Highs 141

AaronRent s 33.90 ChespkeEngy 16.00 FredMac 67.39
LifetimeFit n 23.75 PermRltyTr 9.98 StratsIbmGJI n 25.50
AlbertoCl s 52.30 ChspkEn5.0pfn 117.00 FrontrOil 22.00
LockhdMartin 55.02 PionrNtrlRes 36.38 Sunoco 70.09
Alcon 87.51 ChevronTex 96.16 GenMaritime 29.10
LoneStarTch 33.84 PolarisInd s 50.57 SprEngy 11.33
AmerHess 84.57 CimarexEngy 32.26 Goodrich 32.92
MDU Res s 24.52 Praxair s 40.65 SwiftEngy 25.06
AmerHess pf n 76.50 ColesMyer ADS 51.75 Grainger 58.90
Manitowoc 34.89 Premcor 40.83 Syngnta ADS 17.53
AmRetire 6.35 CmpssMnlInt n 20.07 GrantPrid 19.19
Masco 31.76 Questar 41.40 TCF Fnl 60.20
AmeriGp 52.90 ConocoPhil 79.78 GrtPlsEgyPrds n 26.15
MavrckTube 29.36 RangeRes 16.32 TalismnEngy s 24.15
AnadrkPete 61.13 ConsolEngy 39.25 GulfPwr nts n 23.49
McCrmkCo 35.85 ReliantEngy 11.60 TeekayShip pf 46.00
ApacheCp s 47.22 ConstBrands A 39.94 HarteHanks 25.55
Millennium 17.94 RemtnO&G 24.21 Tesoro 31.70
ArcstneSmt 30.72 ConstBrands B 39.64 Hartmarx 7.25
MsnCap Mips B 25.50 RnkrGp ADS n 57.60 TX Ind 43.74
BJ Svc 48.84 CnstBrnd pfA n 33.93 Hibernia 24.81
MuellerInd 37.97 RyersnTull 16.60 TXICapTr Spurs 47.50
BP Plc ADS 55.95 CooperCamrn 51.70 Hilton 18.98
MurphyOil 79.19 SanJuanBsn 25.77 Total ADS 100.30
BRE Prop 36.74 CoorsAd B 73.40 CanHldrs 61.50
NS Gp 19.47 Sappi ADS 16.13 USCl7.5SrNts n 25.69
BakrHughs 40.35 Cntrywd Fncl s 73.93 HollyCp 38.95
NtlOilwell 34.48 Sasol 16.86 UnitCp 32.89
Ball Cp 73.79 CousnProp 34.30 HostMar pfE n 26.50
NtwdHthpfB n 101.50 StnAT&T HJMn 23.74 ValeroEngy 78.84
Berkley s 44.15 CytecInd 48.56 HoustonExplr 53.39
NY MtgTr n 9.20 SmpraEngy 35.45 VinaConc ADS 50.04
Blyth 35.48 DnbryRes 22.20 HutigBld 9.01
NobleEngy 55.37 SmpraEngy un 30.92 VotorCel ADS 36.50
BurlgtnRes s 38.35 EdisonInt 26.47 InldRlEst n 13.87
OcciPete 50.47 SmithInt 59.15 Walgreen 37.50
CHC Heli A 32.55 EAndinA ADS 13.24 InCntHtl ADS 10.90
OffshrLogst 29.45 SonocoPdt 26.36 Weatherford 47.97
Cabela's n 29.38 EnCana 45.23 Ipsco 23.87
OilStatesInt 16.49 SpainFd 10.95 WngtnRltypfE n 25.50
CdburySchADS 35.85 Energen 48.66 Ispat Intl A 16.07
PennVirginia s 39.89 SpinnkrExpl 40.53 WestGasRes s 34.95
CndNatRes s 32.26 ExxonMobil 45.95 JohnsJohns 58.14
PennVARes 38.50 StrwdHtlRsrt 46.65 WillmsCos 12.58
Carlisle 67.31 FstMarblehd 42.79 KerrMcG Decs 59.67
Perdigao ADS 24.00 StratHotelCap n 15.75 WolseleyADSs 33.50
CentrpntEngy 12.04 FourSeasons 62.99 CBTCS 04-7 n 23.50


New 52-Week Lows 50

AgereSys A 1.63 Chsphr&Bkss 15.41 IDT Cp B 17.25
CBTCS 01-6 9.51 SLM Cp pfA 51.00 SWS Gp 13.10
AgereSys B 1.51 Convergys 13.38 IDT Cp C 16.55
LinTVcorp 19.47 Sears 34.61 TaiwanSemi s 7.01
AsburyAuto 12.60 Corts Saf KTJ 27.75 InfrasrcSvcs n 10.70
Maxtor 5.68 SonicAuto A 18.37 ThreeFive s 3.90
AutoZone 75.28 EdwardsAG 32.02 iShrMngLgGr n 57.04
MellonFnl 27.01 StateSt 42.98 Unisys 10.15
Blkbstr A 14.28 Emulex 10.85 iShrMngMdGr n 56.40
MerLyn 48.74 SteSt Spaces 204.90 VanDrMn ADS 6.37
BrisMyrsSqb 23.10 ExpressJet 10.46 iShrMngSmGr n 55.24
NationsBal 9.10 SunGard 23.54 Viacom A 34.39
CPI Cp 13.55 FstTr4CrnrsII n 19.58 JabilCircuit 21.92
PSEG pfB 69.75 SunsetFnlRes n 9.70 Viacom B 33.84
CallwyGlf 10.82 Flagstar 18.00 LeapFrog A 17.16
PblcStorg pfB n 24.90 SuprInd 30.92 Wyeth 34.19
CarMax 18.45 GoldFields ADS 9.59




AMEX New 52-Week Highs And Lows

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New 52-Week Highs 21

AmSciEng 23.50 HammonsJQ A 10.10 iShrSPGbl GE 66.62
MerLynMITTS05 11.50 NtlHlthRty 20.87 SPDR Engy 32.71
BrtAmTb ADS 32.71 OilSvcHldrs 75.86 MerLynSelUtil n 10.29
MerLyEngy06 13.31 ProvWorRR 11.38 SecCap A 9.15
DarlingInt 4.69 iShrDJUSEn 58.13 MerLynOil nts 12.49
MerLynEngy 10.44 Rotonics 1.99 UltraPetro 41.78
DevonEgy 70.58 iShrGldSach 118.61 MrLyAmexDef 11.05

New 52-Week Lows 30

AXM Pharma n 3.35 CitigrpYahoo n 9.65 EngyInco&Gth n 19.95
MLSemi nts n 7.95 MS Tellabs n 7.90 S&PGlblEqty n 13.66
AdvntrxPhrm n 1.33 CitigrpHwltPk n 9.11 GblliUtilInco n 18.00
MLCitiGp nts n 23.09 MS Wyeth n 17.15 TargetsPfizer 5.50
Aerosonic 4.99 CitigrpTXInst n 9.86 GalxyNutr 1.80
MrLynApMtls n 21.00 MS NtlSemi n 19.20 VangdInfoTch n 41.98
CNE Grp 0.34 ComrcEngyGp n 1.25 InterNAP 0.88
MissionW 11.00 MSMPSDJSl10n 24.20 VT Pure 2.51
Cenuco n 4.85 CritcrSys 2.75 Medifast 3.25
MS TX Instr n 22.30 RivieraTool 2.22 WashtenawGp n 3.30

IIC
07-16-2004, 07:26 PM
[code:1:1cdd750e84]Final Market Diaries: NYSE, Nasdaq, Amex 4:00 p.m. ET

. FRI THU WK 7/16
NYSE Market Diary
Issues traded 3,409 3,387 3,554
Advances 1,717 1,747 1,999
Declines 1,547 1,476 1,481
Unchanged 145 164 74
New highs 141 107 242
New lows 50 40 109
zAdv vol (000) 554,353 552,580 2,854,452
zDecl vol (000) 881,084 815,989 3,663,926
zTotal vol (000) 1,449,811 1,393,549 6,614,301
Closing tick1 +569 +544
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Closing Arms2 (trin) 1.76 1.75
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zBlock trades 23,652 23,476 109,357
Nasdaq Market Diary
Issues traded 3,212 3,224 3,453
Advances 925 1,527 1,098
Declines 2,102 1,536 2,273
Unchanged 185 161 82
New highs 30 29 99
New lows 143 97 321
Adv vol (000) 256,703 736,231 2,531,239
Decl vol (000) 1,477,173 836,956 5,641,446
Total vol (000) 1,745,096 1,621,856 8,318,743
Block trades n.a. 11,191 y47,972
Amex Market Diary
Issues traded 943 953 1,089
Advances 396 403 474
Declines 455 455 552
Unchanged 92 95 63
New highs 21 22 50
New lows 30 22 68
zAdv vol (000) 20,230 16,745 90,914
zDecl vol (000) 29,004 32,121 154,402
zTotal vol (000) 50,809 50,317 254,215
Comp vol (000) 275,820 238,428 1,257,136
zBlock trades n.a. 893 y3,451
u-Two-day total, w-Three-day total, y-Four-day total
z-NYSE or Amex only
c-correction, r-revised, n.a.-not available[/code:1:1cdd750e84]

IIC
07-16-2004, 08:29 PM
[code:1:64da2f859c]Major Stock Market Indexes

.DOW JONES CLOSING AVERAGES: DJIA 10139.78 DN 23.38
30 INDUS 10139.78 DN 23.38 OR 0.23 %
20 TRANSP 3088.33 DN 37.06 OR 1.19 %
15 UTILS 282.07 UP 2.08 OR 0.74 %
65 STOCKS 3001.35 DN 9.74 OR 0.32 %

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THE DOW JONES EQUITY MARKET INDEX CLOSED AT 260.55, DN 1.33 POINTS, OR 0.51, FROM THE PRIOR CLOSE. THE VOLUME FOR THE STOCKS IN THE INDEX TOTALED 1,746,683,000.

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4 PM NYSE COMMON STOCK INDEX
ß TODAY PREV DAY
ß 1,450,020,000 1,408,610,000 ß NYSE COMMON STOCK INDEX
ßNYSE COMPOSITE 6456.02 DN 1.10
ßNYSE WORLD LDRS 5083.69 UP 3.75
ßNYSE US 100 5578.42 DN 9.09
ßINTERNATIONAL 100 4316.60 UP 19.14
ßNYSE TMT 4688.17 DN 34.25
ßFINANCIAL 6554.37 UP 2.79
ßENERGY 7108.47 UP 93.38
ßHEALTH CARE 5808.99 DN 26.00

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FINAL NASDAQ INDICES COMPOSITE 1883.15 DN 29.56
HIGH LOW LAST CHG
COMP 1926.19 1882.93 1883.15 DN 29.56
INDS 1616.92 1582.74 1583.39 DN 26.22
BANK 2871.31 2847.82 2848.75 DN 8.66
INSR 3053.96 3034.56 3036.58 DN 7.08
OFIN 3119.59 3086.00 3086.00 DN 14.63
TRAN 1871.13 1831.86 1832.90 DN 24.76
TELECOM 175.84 173.01 173.01 DN 1.84

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SELECTED STOCK MARKET INDEXES
2004 CHANGE PCTGE 2003
S&P 500 1101.39 DN 5.30 DN 0.48 993.32
VALUE LINE 356.47 DN 3.22 DN 0.90 307.28

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NM COMPOSITE 850.45 DN 13.41

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AMEX CLOSING INDEX 1,272.97 UP 22.47

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LONDON FTSE 100 4339.20 DN 1.50
TOKYO NIKKEI 225 11436.00 UP 26.86[/code:1:64da2f859c]

Websman
07-16-2004, 09:03 PM
DHB...

Just made #20 on IBD 100 list. Let's see what this does to the price on Monday.

IIC
07-16-2004, 10:34 PM
DHB...

Just made #20 on IBD 100 list. Let's see what this does to the price on Monday.

Webs...I am SUPER SURPRISED...not because I think DHB is bad, in fact I think it is good and am waiting for a vol. move over 16 to consider a purchase...But, IBD is taking a risk here(not that they necessarily care)by listing it at #20 at $15.12...A minor setback of just 13 cents by next Friday would cause it to be dropped off the list...if they stick to the $15 min. Guess they are pretty confident...THX for letting me know so early...I will post the new additions later or this weekend...Later, IIC

IIC
07-16-2004, 11:06 PM
IBD 100

Added this week:
DHB, SCHN, CVH, SCST, ATVI, HDWR, LSTR, ROV, IMGC, APOL,
IFIN, WLB, BFAM, PVTB, AVL, ARTC, UNT, INFY, LEV, RGF, AMSG, LPNT,

Dropped this week:

ELAB, STN, HELE, ZMH, SYK, CME, HAR, SNN, BMET, COT,
BGFV, AXCA, BCR, RIMM, EPEX, PPC, DJO, CHS, MIK, IDXX, WGO, NVO,

IIC
07-17-2004, 12:39 AM
"When you lose your integrity...everything else is a piece of cake"...WHO SAID THIS???...Ten Bux to the first person who emails me the correct answer

IIC
07-17-2004, 01:18 PM
Contest closed...We have a winner...But it was from another Forum...The answer is:

J.R. Ewing

And you thought it was Martha

IIC
07-17-2004, 02:20 PM
[code:1:d13f7806a2]USA Market Momentum 7-16-04

Market %Net # Up # Dn # Uch New H New L
All Usa -0.36% 3021 4066 441 186 248
Option Stock -0.70% 598 1398 49 79 104
AMEX -0.11% 386 448 88 25 28
NASDAQ -1.11% 931 2101 207 33 166
NYSE -0.01% 1704 1517 146 128 54
S&P 500 -0.45% 162 313 4 31 26
S&P MidCap -0.67% 94 267 4 23 11
S&P SmrCap -0.69% 160 363 14 18 24

Top 10 Sectors 7-16-04

Sector %Net Act Up Dn
Constr. - Supplies & Fixtures 3.53% 27 16 11
Tobacco 1.86% 11 6 5
Oil & Gas Operations 1.46% 122 88 29
Oil & Gas - Integrated 1.26% 9 9 0
Metal Mining 1.17% 16 10 5
Printing Services 0.90% 8 4 4
Electric Utilities 0.84% 73 54 18
Consumer Financial Services 0.81% 43 19 24
Construction - Raw Materials 0.73% 11 7 4
Audio & Video Equipment 0.70% 10 2 8

Bottom 10 Sectors 7-16-04

Sector %Net Act Up Dn
Medical Equipment & Supplies -3.26% 171 43 119
Retail (Apparel) -2.68% 45 2 41
Airline -2.48% 19 3 15
Schools -2.45% 17 4 13
Retail (Specialty) -2.25% 76 8 66
Communications Equipment -2.24% 129 32 92
Office Equipment -2.20% 10 1 9
Computer Networks -2.04% 46 14 29
Semiconductors -2.04% 171 23 144
Software & Programming -2.04% 260 52 190 [/code:1:d13f7806a2]

IIC
07-17-2004, 02:23 PM
Economic Data and other events
scheduled for July 19 - 23

MONDAY
Treasury auctions 3&6-month bills

TUESDAY
Housing Starts & Building Permits for June (8:30 am ET)

Weekly Chain Store Sales (9 am ET)

Fed Chairman Greenspan speaks before Senate (2:30 pm ET)

WEDNESDAY
Fed Chairman Greenspan speaks before House (10 am ET)

THURSDAY
Weekly Initial Jobless Claims (8:30 am ET)

Leading Indicators Index for June (10 am ET)

Weekly Money Supply (4:30 pm ET)

FRIDAY
No Major Economic Releases Scheduled

IIC
07-18-2004, 01:29 PM
[code:1:4c2a41084d]Company Name Symbol Date Time Reuters YrAgo

EARNINGS TO BE ANNOUNCED WEEK OF JUL 19 - JUL 23
3M Company MMM 7/19 B 0.96 0.78
American Standard ASD 7/19 B 0.72 0.61
Charter One CF 7/19 B 0.72 0.72
Delta Air Lines DAL 7/19 B -2.12 -1.96
FileNET FILE 7/19 B 0.04 0.04
Legg Mason LM 7/19 B 1.23 0.83
Lexmark LXK 7/19 B 0.97 0.77
Mattel MAT 7/19 B 0.05 0.07
Occidental Petro OXY 7/19 B 1.38 0.97
Sensient SXT 7/19 B 0.36 0.46
TradeStation TRAD 7/19 B 0.11 0.07
M-Systems FLSH 7/19 D 0.11 -0.01
Noble Drilling NE 7/19 D 0.25 0.33
Allstate ALL 7/19 A 1.16 0.85
AvalonBay AVB 7/19 A 0.80 1.08
Cognex CGNX 7/19 A 0.23 0.08
Corning GLW 7/19 A 0.08 0.02
Dover Corp DOV 7/19 A 0.47 0.36
DSP Group DSPG 7/19 A 0.26 0.26
Dun & Bradstreet DNB 7/19 A 0.59 0.50
Everest Re RE 7/19 A 2.67 1.94
Exponent Inc EXPO 7/19 A 0.37 0.34
FindWhat.com FWHT 7/19 A 0.15 0.12
Flextronics FLEX 7/19 A 0.14 0.04
Itron ITRI 7/19 A 0.19 0.19
j2 Global JCOM 7/19 A 0.28 0.23
JDA Software JDAS 7/19 A 0.04 0.09
KEMET KEM 7/19 A 0.01 -0.04
Kraft Foods KFT 7/19 A 0.46 0.55
Lincare Holdings LNCR 7/19 A 0.64 0.53
Plum Creek PCL 7/19 A 0.31 0.31
Renaissance Learning RLRN 7/19 A 0.28 0.29
Sonus Networks SONS 7/19 A -0.04
SS&C Techs SSNC 7/19 A 0.19 0.14
Steel Dynamics STLD 7/19 A 1.13 0.11
Swift Trans SWFT 7/19 A 0.26 0.23
Technitrol TNL 7/19 A 0.20 0.16
99 Cents Only NDN 7/20 B 0.05 0.17
AK Steel AKS 7/20 B 0.15 -0.47
Allegheny Tech ATI 7/20 B -0.15 -0.32
Altria MO 7/20 B 1.28 1.26
Ameritrade AMTD 7/20 B 0.15 0.12
Arkansas Best ABFS 7/20 B 0.45 0.30
Autonation AN 7/20 B 0.35 0.37
Boise Cascade BCC 7/20 B 0.33 -0.12
CDW Corp CDWC 7/20 B 0.66 0.51
Ceridian CEN 7/20 B 0.19 0.17
ChoicePoint CPS 7/20 B 0.40 0.37
Continental Air CAL 7/20 B -0.12 -0.37
EMC Corp EMC 7/20 B 0.08 0.04
Ensco ESV 7/20 B 0.09 0.18
ExpressJet XJT 7/20 B 0.54 0.42
Ford Motor F 7/20 B 0.48 0.22
Forest Labs FRX 7/20 B 0.56 0.48
Freeport-McMoRan FCX 7/20 B -0.17 0.40
Golden West GDW 7/20 B 2.00 1.76
Greenpoint Fincl GPT 7/20 B 0.95 1.03
Health Management HMA 7/20 B 0.36 0.26
Infineon IFX 7/20 B 0.10 -0.09
Johnson Controls JCI 7/20 B 1.15 1.00
Manpower MAN 7/20 B 0.52 0.37
Navigant Consult NCI 7/20 B 0.18 0.09
Orbital Sciences ORB 7/20 B 0.15 -0.05
RadioShack RSH 7/20 B 0.39 0.34
SAFECO SAFC 7/20 B 0.80 0.70
TASER Intl TASR 7/20 B 0.13 0.02
Tenneco TEN 7/20 B 0.54 0.50
US Bancorp USB 7/20 B 0.53 0.50
Wells Fargo WFC 7/20 B 1.03 0.90
XTO Energy XTO 7/20 B 0.54 0.33
Avery Dennison AVY 7/20 D 0.73 0.70
Gentex Corp GNTX 7/20 D 0.38 0.34
INCO Limited N 7/20 D 0.87 0.25
Mellon Financial MEL 7/20 D 0.44 0.40
Pogo Producing PPP 7/20 D 1.29 1.24
Acxiom ACXM 7/20 A 0.13 0.08
Applied Micro AMCC 7/20 A 0.00 -0.03
ArthroCare ARTC 7/20 A 0.13 0.09
Audiocodes AUDC 7/20 A 0.01 -0.06
C.H. Robinson CHRW 7/20 A 0.36 0.34
C.R. Bard BCR 7/20 A 0.56 0.47
Cheesecake Factory CAKE 7/20 A 0.34 0.30
CNF Inc CNF 7/20 A 0.57 0.31
Convergys CVG 7/20 A 0.20 0.29
CTS Corp CTS 7/20 A 0.10 0.06
Cymer CYMI 7/20 A 0.29 -0.15
E*TRADE ET 7/20 A 0.19 0.14
Embarcadero EMBT 7/20 A 0.07 0.05
EZCORP, Inc. EZPW 7/20 A 0.05 0.00
FormFactor FORM 7/20 A 0.15 0.04
Hummingbird Comm HUMC 7/20 A 0.36 0.26
IMS Health RX 7/20 A 0.28 0.25
Informatica INFA 7/20 A 0.04 0.04
Inter-Tel INTL 7/20 A 0.31 0.28
JAKKS Pacific JAKK 7/20 A 0.22 0.21
Linear Tech LLTC 7/20 A 0.30 0.20
Microchip MCHP 7/20 A 0.26 0.16
Millipore MIL 7/20 A 0.55 0.45
MKS Instruments MKSI 7/20 A 0.39 -0.04
Motorola MOT 7/20 A 0.18 0.01
OMI Corp OMM 7/20 A 0.43 0.33
Owens-Illinois OI 7/20 A 0.48 0.40
PEC Solutions PECS 7/20 A 0.13 0.16
Pixelworks PXLW 7/20 A 0.12 0.04
Plantronics PLT 7/20 A 0.37 0.25
RF Micro Device RFMD 7/20 A 0.03 -0.04
Sanmina-SCI SANM 7/20 A 0.06 0.01
Seagate Tech STX 7/20 A -0.01 0.33
Secure Computing SCUR 7/20 A 0.06 0.03
Select Comfort SCSS 7/20 A 0.15 0.12
Silicon Image SIMG 7/20 A 0.08 0.00
Sirenza Micro SMDI 7/20 A 0.03 -0.02
Sovereign Banc SOV 7/20 A 0.40 0.37
Storage Tech STK 7/20 A 0.31 0.27
Sun Microsystems SUNW 7/20 A -0.03 0.01
SupportSoft SPRT 7/20 A 0.08 0.06
Teradyne TER 7/20 A 0.37 -0.19
Texas Instruments TXN 7/20 A 0.25 0.09
The Medicines Co MDCO 7/20 A 0.07 -0.14
Tollgrade TLGD 7/20 A 0.02 0.06
Total System TSS 7/20 A 0.18 0.17
USANA, Inc USNA 7/20 A 0.33 0.20
Virage Logic VIRL 7/20 A 0.02 -0.07
WebEx WEBX 7/20 A 0.21 0.14
Agere Systems AGR.A 7/21 B 0.01 -0.04
AMBAC Fincl ABK 7/21 B 1.52 1.32
America West AWA 7/21 B 0.31 0.33
Ametek AME 7/21 B 0.38 0.32
Amphenol APH 7/21 B 0.42 0.30
AMR Corp AMR 7/21 B 0.04 -2.26
AT&T Wireless AWE 7/21 B 0.01 0.08
ATMI ATMI 7/21 B 0.17 -0.09
Bank of NY BK 7/21 B 0.47 0.42
BJ Services BJS 7/21 B 0.41 0.31
Colgate-Palmolive CL 7/21 B 0.67 0.62
Dana Corp DCN 7/21 B 0.49 0.34
Diamond Offshore DO 7/21 B -0.02 -0.17
Diebold DBD 7/21 B 0.60 0.57
DR Horton DHI 7/21 B 0.88 0.66
Dupont Photomask DPMI 7/21 B -0.39 -1.56
Eastman Kodak EK 7/21 B 0.59 0.60
Fannie Mae FNM 7/21 B 1.85 1.86
First Data FDC 7/21 B 0.53 0.47
First Horizon FHN 7/21 B 0.94 0.90
General Dynamics GD 7/21 B 1.39 1.22
General Motors GM 7/21 B 2.21 1.58
Greater Bay GBBK 7/21 B 0.43 0.41
Harrah's HET 7/21 B 0.79 0.73
Honeywell HON 7/21 B 0.38 0.37
Host Marriott HMT 7/21 B 0.28 -0.09
Hyperion Solutions HYSL 7/21 B 0.40 0.25
ILEX Oncology ILXO 7/21 B -0.31 -0.27
Illinois Tool ITW 7/21 B 1.16 0.92
Imation Corp IMN 7/21 B 0.32 0.52
Imclone IMCL 7/21 B 0.23 -0.47
Immucor BLUD 7/21 B 0.15 0.21
Invitrogen IVGN 7/21 B 0.75 0.56
JP Morgan Chase JPM 7/21 B 0.83 0.89
Keane KEA 7/21 B 0.14 0.14
Knight Trading NITE 7/21 B 0.09 0.15
Kulicke & Soffa KLIC 7/21 B 0.31 -0.23
Linens'n Things LIN 7/21 B 0.02 0.13
LM Ericsson ERICY 7/21 B 0.28 -0.02
Lucent LU 7/21 B 0.02 -0.01
Mattson MTSN 7/21 B 0.12 -0.21
Maverick Tube MVK 7/21 B 1.03 0.03
MDU Resources MDU 7/21 B 0.43 0.39
Merck MRK 7/21 B 0.79 0.79
Mercury Interactive MERQ 7/21 B 0.25 0.22
Meritage Corp MTH 7/21 B 1.83 1.55
MGM Mirage MGG 7/21 B 0.57 0.36
NBTY Inc NTY 7/21 B 0.48 0.37
Nextel NXTL 7/21 B 0.50 0.27
Northern Trust NTRS 7/21 B 0.58 0.36
Northwest Air NWAC 7/21 B -1.08 -1.86
NY Comm Bancrp NYB 7/21 B 0.49 0.40
Parametric PMTC 7/21 B 0.04 -0.13
Pentair PNR 7/21 B 0.52 0.44
PF Chang's PFCB 7/21 B 0.32 0.27
Pfizer PFE 7/21 B 0.46 0.30
PNC Bank PNC 7/21 B 1.01 0.94
Progress Energy PGN 7/21 B 0.72 0.67
Reynolds & Reynold REY 7/21 B 0.31 0.43
Schering-Plough SGP 7/21 B -0.01 0.12
Sirius Satellite SIRI 7/21 B -0.10 -0.12
SkyWest SKYW 7/21 B 0.34 0.26
SouthTrust SOTR 7/21 B 0.56 0.51
Sprint FON FON 7/21 B 0.18 0.35
St. Jude Medical STJ 7/21 B 0.53 0.43
Telephone & Data TDS 7/21 B 0.60 0.38
Tellabs TLAB 7/21 B 0.06 -0.08
Tupperware TUP 7/21 B 0.29 0.23
United Rentals URI 7/21 B 0.36 0.25
United Tech UTX 7/21 B 1.56 1.26
US Cellular USM 7/21 B 0.32 0.36
V.F. Corp VFC 7/21 B 0.74 0.68
Whirlpool WHR 7/21 B 1.49 1.31
Wyeth WYE 7/21 B 0.59 0.65
Heartland Express HTLD 7/21 D 0.29 0.25
Synovus SNV 7/21 D 0.35 0.32
AC Moore ACMR 7/21 A 0.02 0.05
Actel ACTL 7/21 A 0.12 0.08
Action Performance ATN 7/21 A 0.40 0.35
Activision ATVI 7/21 A 0.05 0.03
Advanced Energy AEIS 7/21 A 0.25 -0.18
Affymetrix AFFX 7/21 A 0.03 0.09
Alliance Data ADS 7/21 A 0.32 0.21
Altera ALTR 7/21 A 0.18 0.09
Amdocs DOX 7/21 A 0.30 0.23
Applied Films AFCO 7/21 A 0.34 0.27
Ariba ARBA 7/21 A 0.01
Arris Group ARRS 7/21 A 0.03 -0.13
Ascential ASCL 7/21 A 0.05 0.05
Atmel ATML 7/21 A 0.03 -0.09
Boston Comm BCGI 7/21 A 0.25 0.24
BroadVision BVSN 7/21 A -0.03 0.01
Brooktrout BRKT 7/21 A -0.18 -0.06
Burlington Res BR 7/21 A 0.76 0.69
Cadence Design CDN 7/21 A 0.15 0.09
Capital One COF 7/21 A 1.49 1.23
Cendant CD 7/21 A 0.46 0.37
Cerner CERN 7/21 A 0.37 0.25
Charles Schwab SCH 7/21 A 0.09 0.09
Chiron CHIR 7/21 A 0.24 0.36
Cirrus Logic CRUS 7/21 A -0.01 -0.23
Citrix Systems CTXS 7/21 A 0.18 0.18
Columbia Sportswear COLM 7/21 A 0.23 0.23
Community Health CYH 7/21 A 0.36 0.30
Corillian CORI 7/21 A 0.05 0.05
Covance CVD 7/21 A 0.36 0.29
Digital River DRIV 7/21 A 0.22 0.13
DST Systems DST 7/21 A 0.55 0.44
eBay EBAY 7/21 A 0.27 0.19
Elec For Imaging EFII 7/21 A 0.23 0.17
Epicor Software EPIC 7/21 A 0.13 0.05
eResearchTech ERES 7/21 A 0.14 0.05
Extreme Networks EXTR 7/21 A 0.01 -0.06
F5 Networks FFIV 7/21 A 0.18 0.05
First Ind. Rlty FR 7/21 A 0.69 0.11
Fiserv FISV 7/21 A 0.47 0.40
Getty Images GYI 7/21 A 0.40 0.23
Global Payment GPN 7/21 A 0.44 0.36
Great Lakes GLK 7/21 A 0.44 0.30
Internet Security ISSX 7/21 A 0.14 0.12
Interwoven IWOV 7/21 A 0.02 -0.16
K2, Inc. KTO 7/21 A 0.16 0.16
Kinder Morgan KMI 7/21 A 0.83 0.76
Kinder Morgan Prtnrs KMP 7/21 A 0.51 0.48
Knight Transportation KNGT 7/21 A 0.27 0.23
Lam Research LRCX 7/21 A 0.26 0.02
Leapfrog LF 7/21 A -0.15 -0.07
Leggett & Platt LEG 7/21 A 0.38 0.24
Luminex LMNX 7/21 A -0.01 -0.06
Maxtor MXO 7/21 A -0.18 0.11
Micrel MCRL 7/21 A 0.08 -0.01
Mindspeed MSPD 7/21 A -0.07 -0.27
Mohawk MHK 7/21 A 1.31 1.12
NABI Biopharma NABI 7/21 A -0.06 -0.08
New Century NCEN 7/21 A 1.96 1.61
Oakley OO 7/21 A 0.24 0.27
Owens & Minor OMI 7/21 A 0.38 0.37
Photon Dynamics PHTN 7/21 A 0.31 -0.19
Playtex Products PYX 7/21 A 0.08 0.08
Plexus Corp PLXS 7/21 A 0.09 -0.06
Power Integrations POWI 7/21 A 0.15 0.13
Qualcomm QCOM 7/21 A 0.53 0.33
Radian Group RDN 7/21 A 1.15 1.18
Rare Hospitality RARE 7/21 A 0.36 0.31
Redback Networks RBAK 7/21 A -0.10 -10.95
Ryland Group RYL 7/21 A 2.52 2.03
Scholastic Corp SCHL 7/21 A 0.84 0.90
Serologicals SERO 7/21 A 0.14 0.12
Siebel Systems SEBL 7/21 A 0.02 0.02
Sierra Health Srvs SIE 7/21 A 0.73 0.68
Sierra Wireless SWIR 7/21 A 0.17 0.05
Silicon Storage SSTI 7/21 A 0.18 -0.05
Skyworks SWKS 7/21 A 0.07 -0.03
Starbucks SBUX 7/21 A 0.22 0.17
STMicroelectronics STM 7/21 A 0.16 0.10
Stratex Networks STXN 7/21 A -0.09 -0.08
SunGard Data SDS 7/21 A 0.34 0.31
SurModics SRDX 7/21 A 0.19 0.26
Symantec SYMC 7/21 A 0.34 0.20
Tetra Tech TTEK 7/21 A 0.16 0.25
VISX EYE 7/21 A 0.18 0.08
Washington Mutual WM 7/21 A 0.56 1.10
Waste Connections WCN 7/21 A 0.41 0.37
Westell Tech WSTL 7/21 A 0.08 0.07
Willis Group WSH 7/21 A 0.58 0.47
Adolph Coors RKY 7/22 B 2.02 2.09
Alaska Air ALK 7/22 B -0.05 0.03
Albemarle ALB 7/22 B 0.42 0.41
Align Tech ALGN 7/22 B 0.06 -0.06
Alltel AT 7/22 B 0.81 0.78
American Axle AXL 7/22 B 1.04 0.97
American Intl AIG 7/22 B 1.12 0.96
American Pharm APPX 7/22 B 0.16 0.27
American Tower AMT 7/22 B -0.16 -0.40
AmerisourceBergen ABC 7/22 B 0.98 1.03
Arbitron ARB 7/22 B 0.27 0.26
Arrow Elec ARW 7/22 B 0.49 0.17
Artesyn ATSN 7/22 B 0.06 -0.07
AstraZeneca AZN 7/22 B 0.50 0.39
AT&T T 7/22 B 0.07 0.68
Avici Systems AVCI 7/22 B -0.64 -0.90
Avocent AVCT 7/22 B 0.31 0.27
Baxter BAX 7/22 B 0.40 0.41
BE Aerospace BEAV 7/22 B -0.16 -0.45
Becton Dickinson BDX 7/22 B 0.63 0.57
Bemis BMS 7/22 B 0.42 0.36
Benchmark Elec BHE 7/22 B 0.37 0.31
Biolase Technology, InBLTI 7/22 B 0.06 0.08
Black & Decker BDK 7/22 B 1.25 0.97
Blockbuster BBI 7/22 B 0.26 0.34
Cabot Micro CCMP 7/22 B 0.39 0.40
Caterpillar CAT 7/22 B 1.70 1.15
Celgene CELG 7/22 B 0.11 0.03
CenterPoint CNP 7/22 B 0.22 0.27
Chicago Mercantile CME 7/22 B 1.62 1.03
Cincinnati Fincl CINF 7/22 B 0.61 0.49
CIT Group CIT 7/22 B 0.80 0.65
Con Edison ED 7/22 B 0.26 0.29
CONMED CNMD 7/22 B 0.41 0.35
Cooper Industries CBE 7/22 B 0.86 0.69
Cooper Tire CTB 7/22 B 0.39 0.17
Countrywide CFC 7/22 B 2.30 1.37
Danaher DHR 7/22 B 0.53 0.40
Deckers Outdoor DECK 7/22 B 0.35 0.15
Drugstore.com DSCM 7/22 B -0.05 -0.07
Duane Reade DRD 7/22 B 0.18 0.17
EarthLink ELNK 7/22 B 0.16 0.07
Ecolab ECL 7/22 B 0.29 0.25
Electroglas EGLS 7/22 B -0.12 -0.55
Eli Lilly LLY 7/22 B 0.68 0.64
EMCOR Group EME 7/22 B 0.44 0.53
Eon Labs ELAB 7/22 B 0.26 0.20
Equifax EFX 7/22 B 0.39 0.36
Fidelity National FNF 7/22 B 1.11 1.62
FLIR Systems FLIR 7/22 B 0.39 0.27
Franklin Resources BEN 7/22 B 0.76 0.52
Gevity GVHR 7/22 B 0.25 0.15
Guidant GDT 7/22 B 0.58 0.62
Headwaters HDWR 7/22 B 0.42 0.37
Helmerich & Payne HP 7/22 B 0.15 0.16
Hershey Foods HSY 7/22 B 0.33 0.28
ICT Group ICTG 7/22 B 0.06 0.12
Ingersoll-Rand IR 7/22 B 1.29 0.89
Interactive Data IDC 7/22 B 0.20 0.19
Intl Game Tech IGT 7/22 B 0.33 0.30
ITT Educational ESI 7/22 B 0.29 0.21
Janus Capital JNS 7/22 B 0.17 0.22
Jetblue Airways JBLU 7/22 B 0.21 0.25
Kimberly-Clark KMB 7/22 B 0.89 0.79
Knight-Ridder KRI 7/22 B 1.06 0.95
KVH Industries KVHI 7/22 B -0.35 0.04
Laboratory Corp LH 7/22 B 0.66 0.60
Laureate Education LAUR 7/22 B 0.32 0.21
Lear Corp LEA 7/22 B 1.63 1.54
Lyondell Chem LYO 7/22 B 0.09 -0.34
MBNA Corp KRB 7/22 B 0.48 0.42
McDonald's MCD 7/22 B 0.47 0.37
MedImmune MEDI 7/22 B -0.17 0.06
Metris MXT 7/22 B -0.51 -0.44
Millennium Pharm MLNM 7/22 B -0.10 -0.07
Mylan Labs MYL 7/22 B 0.26 0.25
Neurocrine Biosci NBIX 7/22 B -0.28 -0.33
NII Holdings NIHD 7/22 B 0.32 0.65
Nucor NUE 7/22 B 2.87 0.11
Office Depot ODP 7/22 B 0.23 0.19
Outback Steakhouse OSI 7/22 B 0.63 0.60
Power-One PWER 7/22 B -0.02 -0.01
PRG-Schultz PRGX 7/22 B -0.01 0.06
Priority Hlthcare PHCC 7/22 B 0.29 0.26
QLT Inc QLTI 7/22 B 0.19 0.16
Quest Diagnostics DGX 7/22 B 1.28 1.12
Rayovac ROV 7/22 B 0.39 0.31
Reebok RBK 7/22 B 0.40 0.41
Respironics RESP 7/22 B 0.59 0.50
Retek RETK 7/22 B 0.03 -0.03
SABRE Hldgs TSG 7/22 B 0.43 0.23
SAP AG SAP 7/22 B 0.28 0.23
Satyam Computer SAY 7/22 B 0.20 0.16
SBC SBC 7/22 B 0.35 0.42
Sears, Roebuck S 7/22 B 0.72 0.90
Sherwin-Williams SHW 7/22 B 0.86 0.75
Skechers USA SKX 7/22 B 0.17 -0.06
Starwood Hotels HOT 7/22 B 0.37 0.28
Sunoco SUN 7/22 B 2.30 1.04
Supervalu SVU 7/22 B 0.59 0.56
Sybase SY 7/22 B 0.19 0.24
Syntel SYNT 7/22 B 0.23 0.25
Telular Corporation WRLS 7/22 B -2.55 -0.14
Textron TXT 7/22 B 0.74 0.76
Timberland TBL 7/22 B 0.18 0.16
Timken TKR 7/22 B 0.32 0.18
Tuesday Morning TUES 7/22 B 0.22 0.15
Ultratech Stepper UTEK 7/22 B 0.02 0.05
Union Pacific UNP 7/22 B 0.62 1.10
United Defense UDI 7/22 B 0.68 0.58
UPS UPS 7/22 B 0.70 0.61
UST Inc UST 7/22 B 0.78 0.77
Valassis VCI 7/22 B 0.48 0.57
Viacom VIA.B 7/22 B 0.42 0.37
Visteon VC 7/22 B 0.24 0.02
Weatherford Intl WFT 7/22 B 0.40 0.31
West Marine WMAR 7/22 B 1.17 0.98
York Intl YRK 7/22 B 0.86 1.19
ZOLL Medical ZOLL 7/22 B 0.24 0.32
Alberto-Culver ACV 7/22 D 0.54 0.47
Wendy's WEN 7/22 D 0.62 0.53
@Road ARDI 7/22 A 0.06 0.00
Advent Software ADVS 7/22 A 0.01 -0.22
Amazon.com AMZN 7/22 A 0.19 0.10
Amgen AMGN 7/22 A 0.59 0.49
Armor Holdings AH 7/22 A 0.70 0.21
Artisan Components ARTI 7/22 A 0.16 0.09
Autobytel ABTL 7/22 A 0.03 0.03
Avid Tech AVID 7/22 A 0.43 0.25
Borland BORL 7/22 A 0.06 0.04
Broadcom BRCM 7/22 A 0.32 0.10
California Pizza CPKI 7/22 A 0.25 0.23
Callaway Golf ELY 7/22 A 0.22 0.52
Cambrex Corp CBM 7/22 A 0.25 0.31
Cash America Intl PWN 7/22 A 0.24 0.17
Celestica CLS 7/22 A 0.09 -0.07
Chartered Semi CHRT 7/22 A 0.04 -0.36
Chordiant Sftwr CHRD 7/22 A 0.02 -0.04
Closure Medical CLSR 7/22 A 0.14 0.12
Coca-Cola KO 7/22 A 0.64 0.57
Computer Assoc CA 7/22 A 0.18 0.14
Compuware CPWR 7/22 A 0.00 0.01
Crane CR 7/22 A 0.51 0.44
Cytec CYT 7/22 A 0.71 0.64
Digital Insight DGIN 7/22 A 0.16 0.15
DoubleClick DCLK 7/22 A 0.04 0.04
E.piphany EPNY 7/22 A -0.04 -0.09
Electronic Arts ERTS 7/22 A 0.05 0.06
Foundry Ntwks FDRY 7/22 A 0.14 0.13
Gateway GTW 7/22 A -0.14 -0.22
Harmonic HLIT 7/22 A 0.02 -0.11
Helix Tech HELX 7/22 A 0.23 -0.05
Hutchinson HTCH 7/22 A 0.10 0.55
Insight Enterpr NSIT 7/22 A 0.28 0.19
Integrated Device IDTI 7/22 A 0.09 -0.05
Integrated Silicon ISSI 7/22 A 0.15 -0.21
Intrado TRDO 7/22 A 0.10 0.16
InVision INVN 7/22 A 0.34 0.61
Kana Software KANA 7/22 A -0.19 -0.43
Kopin KOPN 7/22 A -0.03 -0.01
McKesson MCK 7/22 A 0.48 0.53
Mentor Graphics MENT 7/22 A 0.10 0.12
Merit Medical MMSI 7/22 A 0.17 0.15
Metrologic Inst MTLG 7/22 A 0.19 0.12
Micromuse MUSE 7/22 A 0.03 0.04
Microsemi MSCC 7/22 A 0.09 0.03
Microsoft MSFT 7/22 A 0.28 0.23
Molecular Devices MDCC 7/22 A 0.16 0.12
Monolithic MOSY 7/22 A 0.01 0.02
Nautilus Grp NLS 7/22 A 0.05 0.14
Netopia NTPA 7/22 A -0.11 -0.05
Omnicell OMCL 7/22 A 0.09 0.05
Overstock.com OSTK 7/22 A -0.18 -0.07
Packeteer PKTR 7/22 A 0.10 0.08
Pactiv Corp PTV 7/22 A 0.39 0.37
Polycom PLCM 7/22 A 0.16 0.08
Portfolio Recovery AssPRAA 7/22 A 0.39 0.33
RadiSys RSYS 7/22 A 0.16 0.10
Robt Half RHI 7/22 A 0.11 0.00
RSA Security RSAS 7/22 A 0.11 0.05
Sigma-Aldrich SIAL 7/22 A 0.81 0.67
Smith Intl SII 7/22 A 0.44 0.30
SpectraLink SLNK 7/22 A 0.10 0.12
Stellent STEL 7/22 A 0.00 -0.12
TEKELEC TKLC 7/22 A 0.09 0.07
Transmeta TMTA 7/22 A -0.12 -0.13
Trex Co TWP 7/22 A 0.65 0.44
Trident Microsystems TRID 7/22 A 0.02 -0.22
TriQuint Semi TQNT 7/22 A 0.00 -0.11
Tumbleweed CommunicatiTMWD 7/22 A -0.02 -0.06
Universal Health UHS 7/22 A 0.69 0.82
VeriSign VRSN 7/22 A 0.15 0.19
Vignette VIGN 7/22 A -0.01 0.00
Vitesse Semi VTSS 7/22 A 0.02 -0.04
Watchguard WGRD 7/22 A -0.01 -0.09
webMethods WEBM 7/22 A -0.20 -0.12
WellChoice WC 7/22 A 0.71 0.59
Xilinx XLNX 7/22 A 0.28 0.14
Yellow Roadway YELL 7/22 A 0.90 0.54
Zoran ZRAN 7/22 A 0.10 0.18
Belo BLC 7/23 B 0.38 0.34
Clear Channel CCU 7/23 B 0.41 0.37
Cummins CMI 7/23 B 1.31 0.34
Diagnostic Products DP 7/23 B 0.63 0.56
Fortune Brands FO 7/23 B 1.24 1.03
FPL Group FPL 7/23 B 1.38 1.35
Great A&P Tea GAP 7/23 B -1.14 -0.53
Halliburton HAL 7/23 B 0.33 0.09
HCR Manor Care HCR 7/23 B 0.45 0.32
IDEXX Labs IDXX 7/23 B 0.52 0.47
ITT Industries ITT 7/23 B 1.15 1.02
Keithley KEI 7/23 B 0.14 -0.10
Labranche LAB 7/23 B 0.07 0.18
Lattice Semi LSCC 7/23 B 0.02 0.01
Maytag MYG 7/23 B 0.39 0.56
PACCAR PCAR 7/23 B 1.14 0.71
Peoples Energy PGL 7/23 B 0.33 0.22
Ryder System R 7/23 B 0.69 0.54
SCANA Corp SCG 7/23 B 0.42 0.38
Schlumberger SLB 7/23 B 0.49 0.38
Smurfit-Stone SSCC 7/23 B -0.07 -0.03
USF Corp USFC 7/23 B 0.47 0.34
Weyerhaeuser WY 7/23 B 1.07 0.41
Wipro WIT 7/23 B 0.10 0.06
Xerox Corp XRX 7/23 B 0.17 0.14
AMC Entertainment AEN 7/23 A 0.15 0.11
Gartner IT 7/23 A 0.09 0.10[/code:1:4c2a41084d]

IIC
07-18-2004, 03:24 PM
Greenspan to Reassure Congress on Prices
Sun Jul 18, 2004 10:50 AM ET
By Glenn Somerville
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Federal Reserve Chairman Alan Greenspan will go before Congress this week armed with data showing the U.S. economy is solid and free of dangerous price pressures that could force rapid interest-rate rises.

The Fed chairman is to deliver his semiannual monetary policy report to the Senate and U.S. House of Representatives on Tuesday and Wednesday, likely assuring lawmakers recent signs of a slowdown are merely a lull and that rates need to gradually rise to keep the recovery healthy.

"I think we're going to see him patting himself on the back for having guided the economy through a weak period," said Richard DeKaser, chief economist with National City Corp. in Cleveland.

"He's also going to say that there has been an impressive acceleration in growth and acknowledge Fed policy's role in making that happen," he added.

U.S. central bank policy-makers already have begun reversing a series of rate cuts initiated in 2001 that took interest rates to 46-year lows.

The policy-setting Federal Open Market Committee raised the federal funds rate a quarter percentage point -- to 1.25 percent -- on June 30 but said future policy moves would come at a "measured" pace.

Economists see more quarter-point rate rises this year as the Fed weighs the momentum of price rises for key products like imported oil and assesses the impact of higher borrowing costs on consumer spending.

The Fed on Tuesday also will offer updated forecasts for inflation, economic growth and unemployment.

Lawmakers often use Greenspan's appearances to quiz him about big budget deficits, a central issue in the campaign for November's presidential election.

Greenspan has said repeatedly that while he sees deficits as dangerous, spending curbs -- not tax increases -- are the wisest way to fix them.

GOOD INFLATION NEWS

Policy-makers got good news on Friday when the government said consumer prices climbed in June at only half the prior month's rate -- a 0.3 percent rise in the Consumer Price Index versus 0.6 percent in May. Excluding food and energy, prices rose 0.1 percent last month, their smallest gain this year.

If prices accelerate, the Fed could be compelled to push up rates more frequently or in larger increments, increasing the likelihood that overall economic activity might be hurt by costlier credit.

Essentially, Greenspan's task before Congress, and in the runup to the election, is to make a persuasive case that the expansion is well-rooted and the Fed is on guard against either inflation or a prolonged slowdown.

Retail sales fell 1.1 percent in June, the government reported last week, raising some worry that consumers might be retrenching in the face of higher energy costs.

The signs of a wavering in the economic pace obliges Greenspan to strike just the right note on prospects.

"Recent weakness may not be a trend but it has to be acknowledged and Greenspan has to make the case that the Fed's measured, gradual approach (to rate rises) is the correct one to protect job creation and keep the economy on track," said Diane Swonk, chief economist for Bank One in Chicago.

The nation's gross domestic product, the measure of total goods and services production in the country, grew at a sturdy 3.9 percent annual rate in the first quarter and is forecast in the latest Blue Chip poll of economists to reach a 4.1 percent rate in the second quarter.

Swonk, who expects two more 0.25-point hikes in the fed funds rate this year, said Greenspan was justified in arguing that a steady-as-it-goes course was best for the economy.

"He's in a very nice position to tell Congress that we're just in a little lull in the pace of economic activity in the summer but that the economy is solid," she said.

IIC
07-18-2004, 03:29 PM
Kmart may be hoarding cash for purchases-Barron's
Sun Jul 18, 2004 01:54 PM ET
NEW YORK, July 18 (Reuters) - Discount retailer Kmart Holdings Corp. (KMRT.O: Quote, Profile, Research) has been hoarding cash while investing little in its stores, and may be poised for an acquisition binge, business weekly Barron's reported.
Kmart's strategy appears to be to sell undervalued real estate and use its cash for acquisitions or a large share-repurchase program, the paper said in its July 19 edition. It added that Kmart's cash coffers could hit $3 billion by year-end.

Potential acquisition targets include Mervyn's, the department-store chain that Target Corp. (TGT.N: Quote, Profile, Research) wants to sell, which could fetch $1.5 billion to $2 billion, Barron's said. It added that Kmart might seek to merge with Sears, Roebuck and Co. (S.N: Quote, Profile, Research) , whose largest shareholder is Kmart Chairman Edward Lampert's hedge fund, with a 15 percent stake.

Kmart, which came out of bankruptcy in May 2003, is also keeping price's higher than its rivals Target and Wal-Mart Stores Inc. (WMT.N: Quote, Profile, Research) , a strategy that analysts call questionable, the paper said.

The plan is driven by Lampert, the article said. Kmart could use some $3.8 billion in deferred tax assets to shelter income, which are more valuable if it is monetized sooner rather than later.

IIC
07-18-2004, 04:18 PM
Watchlist


IMH NHI VTR NCEN

DHB CEDC WMO HA

I am not particularly thrilled about any of them though...IIC

IIC
07-18-2004, 04:41 PM
IRAQI STOCK EXCHANGE

I still don't know if I believe this???

http://trimurl.com/CN

...IIC...Cub Reporter

IIC
07-19-2004, 02:24 AM
Naz Support/Resistance for Monday:

Resistance:

2154
2092
2079
2053-Medium
2038-Weak
2015-Medium
1999-Medium
1980
1966-Medium
1942
1902
1890

Support:

1877
1865
1840


QQQ:

Resistance:

37.80
37.45
37.10-Strong
36.60
36.30-Medium
36.10-Medium
35.65-Medium
35.45-Weak
34.85

Support:

34.35
34.05

IIC
07-19-2004, 02:29 AM
Apple to unveil new-generation iPod - report - Reuters - 11 minutes ago
Apple Computer Inc. plans to roll out a more efficient, lower-cost version of its iPod digital music player this week, according to Newsweek's online edition.

IIC
07-19-2004, 06:11 PM
Today's MoMo:

PLMO GI UPL EPEX GDP SHLO AMOT ATI SMTI RMCF USLM SHOE AKS TRFDF SIM TSIC

Seems to be a discrepency on TSIC's closing price

IIC
07-19-2004, 06:42 PM
[code:1:bf62d1a137]NYSE Composite Market Diary

. Today Prev Day
Advanced 1,741 1,717
Declined 1,535 1,548
Unchanged 140 143
Total Issues 3,416 3,408
New Highs 104 140
New Lows 55 48


Final Nasdaq Indexes Composite 1883.83 Up 0.68

. High Low Last Chg
Comp 1893.80 1870.14 1883.83 Up 0.68
Inds 1589.47 1568.43 1578.14 Dn 5.25
Bank 2867.58 2845.73 2861.98 Up 13.23
Insr 3046.32 3034.11 3042.19 Up 5.61
Ofin 3106.53 3062.92 3079.48 Dn 6.52
Tran 1854.78 1838.08 1848.30 Up 15.40
Telecom 173.63 171.59 172.48 Dn 0.53[/code:1:bf62d1a137]

IIC
07-19-2004, 07:03 PM
[code:1:cffa379148]TOP STORIES

DELTA SINKS DEEPER INTO FINANCIAL CRISIS


Leading off an expected dismal 2Q for airlines, Delta reports a 2Q net loss of $1.96 billion, or $15.79 a share, as more full planes and lower costs failed to offset weak fares. But shares rise 8% on hopes that the struggling airline can still avert bankruptcy. Also, pilots union says group is preparing proposal.

MOLSON, COORS CONFIRM MERGER TALKS

Brewing giants Molson and Adolph Coors are in "advanced" talks about a possible merger of equals, companies confirm in separate news releases. Terms are still being discussed and are subject to final board approvals.

CORNING SWINGS TO 2Q PROFIT

Earns $108 million, or 7c a share, as glass for liquid-crystal displays continues to sell briskly and losses at optical-fiber division narrow. Also expects 3Q income of 10c to 12c a share, before items. Shares rise 6% late.

TRIBUNE NAMES NEW PUBLISHERS

Names Newsday President and COO Timothy Knight publisher and CEO of newspaper, effective Aug. 15, in light of recent circulation-inflation disclosures. Also names Digby Solomon interim publisher of Hoy.

3M NET CLIMBS 25%, BUT SHARES DROP

Shares fall 5% despite earnings topping estimates and solid sales growth. Post-It maker boosts earnings outlook for year to $3.72-$3.75 a share but cautions that geopolitical uncertainty necessitates a conservative economic outlook.

ALLSTATE NET RISES 75% ON HIGHER REVENUE

Insurer reports 2Q net income of $1.03 billion, or $1.47 a share, easily topping Wall Street estimates of $1.15 a share, as revenue rises 5% to $8.3 billion. Also raises full-year outlook for operating earnings.

FLEXTRONICS FALLS DESPITE SWING TO PROFIT

Shares drop 10% after hours as electronics maker posts 1Q net of $74.3 million, or 13c a share, compared with year-ago loss of $289.7 million, but earnings falls a penny short of Wall Street estimates.

SPITZER FILES TO PUT GRASSO CASE IN STATE COURT

New York attorney general asks that his lawsuit against former NYSE Chairman Dick Grasso be returned to the New York state court.

KRAFT 2Q NET DROPS AS COSTS RISE

Shares rise 2% as maker of Oreo cookies and Kraft cheeses posts 26% drop in 2Q profit due to high costs of ingredients such as milk and eggs, but food company says it is making progress in its restructuring.

BLACK & DECKER UP ON PENTAIR BUY, 2Q

Power-tool maker's shares gain 11% after it agrees to buy Pentair's Tools Group for $775 million in cash and says acquisition is good fit strategically and financially. Black & Decker 2Q profit climbs 61% on sales gains.

PALMONE SOARS ON VERIZON LAUNCH

Shares rise 10%, hitting a new 52-week high, after Verizon Wireless, the largest mobile-phone carrier in U.S. by subscribers, officially begins offering PalmOne's Treo 600 PDA phone to its customers.

APPLE UNVEILS CHEAPER IPOD

Apple Computer unveils two new models of its iPod portable music player that cost less than previous versions and boast longer battery life, ratcheting up competition with rivals in increasingly popular digital-music space.

AT&T MULLS EXITING LOCAL SERVICE

Directors at nation's largest long-distance phone company will consider whether to continue re-selling phone service on lines owned by local carriers, the Bells, at its board meeting.

MATTEL RISES AS 2Q NET BEATS ESTIMATES

Shares add 2% after its earnings edge Wall Street views. Net increase comes even as Barbie sales drop 13%. CFO says gross margins will remain pressured for rest of year on higher costs and sales of lower margin products.

WAL-MART PLAINTIFFS SEEK TO UPHOLD CLASS ACTION

Sex discrimination plaintiffs in suit against Wal-Mart ask appeals court to uphold judge's order certifying suit as a class action, arguing that large civil rights class-action lawsuits would be eliminated if retailing giant prevails in overturning ruling because of its size.

EU OKS SONY, BMG MUSIC MERGER

Commission unconditionally approves the merger of Sony Music and Bertelsmann's BMG unit in a deal that gives the four "majors" control of about 80% of the world music market.

RED HAT RESTATES 1Q EARNINGS

Open-source software company issues restated 1Q earnings of about $10.92 million, or 6c a share, representing increase of $243,000, or 1c a share, from previously announced results. Shares near flat.

ENRON SETTLES WITH CFTC FOR $35M

Settles charges with Commodity Futures Trading Commission that it manipulated natural gas prices and has been given $35 million civil penalty, regulator says.

MARINE HASSOUN SAYS HE WAS HELD CAPTIVE IN IRAQ

U.S. Marine Cpl. Wassef Ali Hassoun, the soldier who disappeared in Iraq under mysterious circumstances, says that he was taken into captivity by Iraqi insurgents and was held for 19 days against his will.

MINEHAN DOWNPLAYS INFLATION RISE

Echoing sentiments of her fellow central bank officials, Boston Fed President Cathy Minehan calls recent gains in price pressures temporary and says U.S. economy is on "solid footing."

COUNTRYWIDE, CENDANT IN BUY TALKS

Analysts express little surprise over rumors that Countrywide is once again negotiating to acquire the mortgage operations of Cendant and say a potential deal could be a logical way for Countrywide to achieve its growth target.




LATE TRADING
Allstate Moves Lower; Corning Rises

Allstate slips 2% in post-market action despite posting improved 2Q earnings and boosting its full-year outlook. Corning adds 6.5% after posting better-than-expected 2Q earnings.

ANALYSIS
Microsoft Faces Choice On Cash Pile

There's little disagreement that the world's largest software company, which adds about $1 billion each month to its cash pile, can afford to part with some of its money. Wall Street is waiting to hear just how it will be done.

============ U.S. MARKETS ACTION ===========
DJIA down 45.72 points to 10094.06
NASDAQ up 0.68 points to 1883.83
S&P 500 down 0.49 points to 1100.90
10-year T-note unch at 103 3/32 yield 4.357
NYMEX Spot Crude down $0.07 at $41.58/bbl
Dollar/Euro unch at 1.2439
[/code:1:cffa379148]

IIC
07-19-2004, 07:08 PM
[code:1:53a7ed4d1f]Final Market Diaries: NYSE, Nasdaq, Amex 4:00 p.m. ET

. MON FRI WK AGO
NYSE Market Diary
Issues traded 3,416 3,409 3,428
Advances 1,741 1,717 1,834
Declines 1,535 1,547 1,411
Unchanged 140 145 183
New highs 103 141 62
New lows 56 50 43
zAdv vol (000) 571,454 554,353 524,744
zDecl vol (000) 725,080 881,084 563,246
zTotal vol (000) 1,319,539 1,449,811 1,112,914
Closing tick1 +359 +569 +762
Closing Arms2 (trin) 1.44 1.76 1.40
zBlock trades 20,870 23,652 16,959
Nasdaq Market Diary
Issues traded 3,263 3,212 3,233
Advances 1,284 925 1,277
Declines 1,840 2,102 1,815
Unchanged 139 185 141
New highs 28 30 26
New lows 173 143 96
Adv vol (000) 785,379 256,703 452,417
Decl vol (000) 932,390 1,477,173 990,726
Total vol (000) 1,756,388 1,745,096 1,449,421
Block trades n.a. 12,481 11,026
Amex Market Diary
Issues traded 975 943 952
Advances 338 396 395
Declines 530 455 476
Unchanged 107 92 81
New highs 17 21 13
New lows 29 30 24
zAdv vol (000) 21,683 20,230 21,433
zDecl vol (000) 29,632 29,004 31,112
zTotal vol (000) 52,742 50,809 54,055
Comp vol (000) 270,902 275,820 228,272
zBlock trades n.a. 852 907
z-NYSE or Amex only[/code:1:53a7ed4d1f]

IIC
07-19-2004, 07:13 PM
Nasdaq New 52-Week Highs And Lows

.
New 52-Week Highs 28
AllncRes 49.87 EWBcp s 31.92 Hydril 33.20
NitroMed n 16.08 PharmPdtDev 36.49 Umpqua 22.62
ATP Oil&Gas 9.40 Essex 10.70 KnightTrnsp 30.22
PcificCon s 16.50 Starbucks 47.17 UnizanFin 27.59
BkComrcHldg n 41.11 EvrTrFnl s 25.49 MCI n 17.25
PalmOne 39.17 SteelDyn 33.30 WtneyHldg 45.10
CmpsBcsh 44.10 Fastenal 61.73 Methanex 13.88
ParallelPete 5.71 US Xpress A 17.91 WintrstFnl 51.45
CronosGp 7.78 HuntgBcsh 24.32 MSSecs Ndq100 11.75
PetrqstEngy 5.41
New 52-Week Lows 173
AMIS Hldgs n 13.25 Cohu 15.31 GTX n 9.00
LaJolla 1.68 PacSunwear s 17.25 StratosIntl 4.26
APA Optics 1.44 CollaGenex 8.42 Genta 1.81
LeadisTech n 9.15 PrdigmGen 0.62 StridesJtblue n 23.40
ASE Tst 5.65 ClmbiaLabs 2.80 GeronCp 6.29
LearnTreeInt 13.09 ParkerVision 3.87 Supertex 13.77
Abgenix 8.25 ConcrdComm 8.94 GigaMedia 0.82
Lightbridge 4.95 PerfrmncTech 7.89 Synovis 8.02
AbiglAdms 14.00 CT WtrSvc 24.05 GpcBtch ADS n 12.01
MKS Instr 16.45 PhaseFrwd n 7.75 TalkAmHldgs 6.50
AdvEngy 12.08 CorixaCp 3.55 HEI Inc 1.56
MgmaDsgn 15.88 PinnacleSys 5.28 TaroPharm 34.05
AdvisoryBoard 31.06 Cray 5.14 HarvardBioSci 3.59
ManTch A 12.10 PlexusCp 10.30 TheStreet 3.09
AetherSys 3.15 CTIMolecImg 9.97 Hemosol n 0.50
MatrixInit 7.26 PortalSftwr s 2.51 Thoratec 10.30
AirNetComm 0.42 CumulusMda 14.79 HotTopic s 14.48
McDATA A 4.23 PwrIntgrtns 21.37 TiVo 5.74
AngiotchPhrm s 15.70 CurativeHlth 6.40 IACInteractv wt 9.30
McDATA B 4.04 PwrwaveTch 4.90 TranSwitch 1.22
Aradigm 0.65 CyberGrd 6.35 ICOS Cp 20.96
MentorGraph 12.63 PraecisPharm 2.87 Trimeris 11.69
ArenaPharm 4.02 Cymer 29.03 ICTS Int 1.51
MerixCp 8.80 PrimusTele 3.76 Tripos 4.01
Ariba s 8.04 Cytokinetics n 12.00 iGATE Cp 3.44
MrLyBrocade n 21.32 ProximCp 0.80 TweeterHm 4.55
AsiaInfo 4.04 DDi Cp n 5.68 IndevusPhar 4.86
MdwstBanc 20.27 RF MicroDvc 5.94 US HomeSys 6.10
AtRoad 5.56 DepoMed 4.24 IndusInt 1.73
MlnnumCell 1.48 Randgold s 2.20 UnionBcp 19.20
AtlCstAir 3.71 DgtlInsght 15.82 IntgtCircuit 22.50
MillnmPhrm 11.03 RegenPharm 8.02 UtdOnline s 14.29
BiolaseTch 8.21 DoubleClick 6.60 InteliData 0.46
MobiusMgt 5.11 RmedyTmp 9.51 UTStarcom 25.10
BioMrnPharm 4.79 Drugstore.com 2.81 IntermetCp 3.35
MonolithicSys 4.90 Renovis n 8.11 VarianSemi 30.21
Biopure 0.55 EPIQ Sys 12.66 InterMune 12.85
MultFinElec n 9.25 Repligen 1.51 Verity 10.56
BlueMrtini 2.61 ebookers ADS 8.42 IntrntInt 2.52
NPS Pharm 17.27 RockfordCp 3.55 VicuronPharm 9.91
BkhmTch ADS 0.76 Echelon 8.00 InterTel 18.74
NeoMagic 1.62 SCM Micro 3.78 Wavecom ADS 6.40
BroadVisn 2.90 EchoStar 27.46 Interwoven s 6.85
Neopharm 7.64 Sina 22.04 WestellTch 3.59
Brooks Auto 15.44 ePlus 9.40 Intevac 3.84
Netgear n 9.22 SIPEX Cp 4.23 WetSeal A 3.42
BrukrBiSci 4.07 ExactSciCrp 5.48 IntrgnThera 3.05
NetlgcMicrsys n 9.25 SciClone 4.02 WirelessFac 8.19
Bsquare 0.74 FfthThrd 49.94 iPass n 5.50
NtwkEngns 1.92 SkyWest 14.39 XOMA 3.27
CMGI 1.31 FstAlbny 8.69 Isis Pharma 4.32
NovellusSys 27.01 Spherix 4.00 Xenogen n 7.00
CellGenesys 8.34 FstHlthGp 14.22 KVH Ind 8.49
NVIDIA 15.01 StdMicsys 17.40 ZhoneTch n 2.90
CellThrp 5.20 FrnklnBk n 14.52 KosanBiosci 5.78
OpticalCabl 4.51 Stratagene n 6.50 Zilog n 8.40
.chinadotcom 5.44 FrontierAir 8.20 LSB Fnl 22.00
Orbitz A n 17.94 Stratex 2.34

IIC
07-19-2004, 08:49 PM
BLT...Low vol stock with a nice cup w/ handle although the vol was not classic through the chart pattern...P/P would be 13.00...currently 12.50...IIC

IIC
07-19-2004, 09:04 PM
Naz Support/Resistance for Tuesday:

Resistance:

2145-2154
2092
2079
2053-Medium
2038-Weak
2016-Medium
1999-Medium
1980
1966-Medium
1935-1943-Weak
1902
1890-Weak

Support:

1877
1865
1840


QQQ:

Resistance:

37.80
37.45
37.10-Medium
36.80
36.60
36.30-Medium
36.10
35.65-Medium
35.45-Weak
34.85-Medium

Support:

34.35
34.05

IIC
07-19-2004, 09:10 PM
The U.S. Department of Defense announced the following contracts Monday:

General Dynamics Corp. (GD) received a $14.7 million delivery order as part of a $42.9 million firm-fixed-price contract for 1,035 M2 machine guns. The work should be completed by March 20, 2007.

Northrup Grumman Corp. (NOC) received a $4.03 million increment as part of a $169.7 million cost-plus-award-fee contract for advisory and assistance services. The work will be completed by July 16, 2005.

Titan Corp. (TTN) was awarded a not-to-exceed $9.03 million modification to a previously awarded cost-plus-fixed-fee contract to exercise an option for systems engineering services in support of the Maritime Surveillance Aircraft Team for the Navy and the government of the Netherlands. The work will be completed in September 2005.

IIC
07-19-2004, 10:33 PM
Nikkei down 1.4 pct by mid-morning led by techs
Mon Jul 19, 2004 09:20 PM ET
(
TOKYO, July 20 - Japanese stocks were down more than one percent by mid-morning on Tuesday as investors dumped chip giants such as Advantest Corp. (6857.T: Quote, Profile, Research) amid continuing concern over the sector's business outlook.

Figures on Monday on North American orders for equipment used to produce microchips showed weakening demand in June, jolting investor confidence, which was already fragile following Merrill Lynch's downgrade of the chip sector earlier this month.

A slew of earnings and business outlooks from U.S. technology giants later in the day were making investors wary and prompting some to unload domestic chip-related stocks, analysts said.

The benchmark Nikkei average dropped 1.38 percent to 11,278.40 by 0044 GMT while the broader TOPIX index lost 0.82 percent to 1,141.68.

IIC
07-20-2004, 11:00 AM
Southwest Securities Starts Navarre At Strong Buy >NAVR

IIC
07-20-2004, 06:17 PM
TOP STORIES

MICROSOFT TO PAY SPECIAL DIVIDEND, BUY $30B IN STOCK


Microsoft is making a $75 billion move to share its huge cash horde with shareholders. World's largest software company says it will repurchase $30 billion of its stock over four years, issue a one-time dividend of $32 billion, or $3 per share and will double its annual dividend to 32 cents per share. Shares up 4% late.

MOTOROLA SWINGS TO 2Q LOSS

Reports loss of $203 million, or 9c a share, compared with year-ago earnings of $119 million, due to charges related to spinoff of its semiconductor unit. Sales rise 41% to $8.7 billion. Also announces resignation of executive Tom Lynch.

GREENSPAN SEES RATES RISING AT GRADUAL CLIP

Fed chairman tells Congress central bank aims to continue raising rates at gradual pace over next 18 months, but is ready to "respond promptly and flexibly" if inflation proves to be higher than policymakers expect. See full coverage.

SCHWAB OUSTS POTTRUCK AS CEO

In surprise move, board dismisses CEO David Pottruck, a 20-year company veteran, handing reins back to founder and Chairman Charles Schwab. Move comes as broker tries to right itself amid a drop-off in revenue trades and a 10% decline in 2Q earnings. Shares rise 7% on hope of turnaround.

FORD 2Q NET TRIPLES, BUT SHARES FALL

Lifted by consumer-lending business, auto maker says 2Q net tripled to $1.2 billion and raises full-year outlook. But Ford loses money in core car-making business and signals it will overhaul money-losing Jaguar unit. Shares drop 3%.

TEXAS INSTRUMENTS 2Q MATCHES VIEWS

Reports 2Q earnings of $441 million, or 25c a share, meeting Wall Street estimates, as revenue rises 39% to $3.24 billion. Sees 3Q earnings of 26c to 29c a share on revenue of $3.2 billion to $3.44 billion.

SUN MICRO SWINGS TO 4Q PROFIT

Computer maker earns $795 million, or 24c a share, compared with a loss of $1.04 billion, or 32c a share, boosted by higher revenue and a hefty settlement gain.

GRASSO SUES NYSE, REED FOR $50M

Former NYSE Chairman Dick Grasso files lawsuit against the exchange and current Chairman John Reed seeking at least $50 million in lost wages and benefits and potentially more claiming breach of contract and defamation.

US HOUSE BACKS STOCK-OPTION BILL

The U.S. House of Representatives votes 312 to 111 for a bill that would defer new rules on stock-option accounting, siding with technology companies over independent accounting rulemakers.

ALTRIA 2Q NET BOOSTED BY WEAK DOLLAR

Parent of Philip Morris says net income rises 7.8%, boosted by weaker dollar, lower tax rate and U.S. market share gains for Marlboro. Also backs estimates for net income of $4.50 to $4.60 a share for full year 2004. Shares edge higher.

MELLON 2Q NET MISSES ANALYST VIEWS

Earns $176 million, or 42c a share, up slightly from last year's comparable period and 2c shy of expectations. Results include $24 million pre-tax charge for vacating leases and moving into new European headquarters. Shares up 3%.

CONTINENTAL SEES STEADY 3Q BOOKINGS

Shares rise 4% as airline says 3Q passenger bookings are on par with last year, but says profits per passenger will come under pressure. Reports loss of $17 million, or 26c a share, but excluding charges, EPS of 3c tops estimates.

AMERITRADE UP ON STRONG 3Q

Shares soar 12% after 3Q profit rises 24% and matches Wall Street expectations. CEO Joe Moglia, whose contract runs out early next year, says he is "50-50" on whether to remain at online-brokerage firm.

JP MORGAN BIDS FOR PRUDENTIAL PLC'S EGG

Among several companies that have formally bid for Internet banking arm of Britain's Prudential, reports The Wall Street Journal Europe, joining U.S. credit card companies Capital One and MBNA, along with other financial groups.

BOSTON SCIENTIFIC STILL UNDER PRESSURE

Shares drop another 4% on Taxus stent recall. Physicians also complain of problems removing the delivery mechanism after stent is replaced in artery, increasing risk of tears.

YUKOS HIT AS RUSSIA SEEKS OIL UNIT SALE

The Russian government says it will seize control and sell a key unit of oil company Yukos to recoup a $3.4 billion tax debt, dashing hopes for an out-of-court settlement. Court to consider Yukos' appeal on asset seizures.

EMC UP ON STRONG 2Q REVENUE, NET

Shares rise 3% as EMC reports rising revenue and profits in 2Q, bolstered by blistering sales of its midrange hardware devices, but the data-storage vendor says that corporate customers are tenaciously negotiating technology deals.

CORNING SHARES JUMP ON 2Q RESULTS

Shares of Corning rise 11% after the company late yesterday reported better-than-expected 2Q results based on strength in its telecommunications and display technology segments.

WELLS FARGO, US BANCORP 2Q PROFITS RISE

Wells Fargo's net climbs 12%, with revenue gaining 7%, but earnings fall short of estimates. U.S. Bancorp's earnings rise 13% to $1.04 billion, or 54c a share, to edge views, despite 7.7% revenue drop. Wells Fargo down 1%; U.S. Bancorp flat.

JUNE US HOUSING STARTS TUMBLE

Amid higher mortgage rates, housing starts decrease 8.5% to a seasonally adjusted 1.802 million annual rate, well short of the 1.2% rise predicted by economists. Building permits decrease by 8.2% to a 1.924 million annual rate.




LATE TRADING
Microsoft Up On Dividend News, Buyback

Shares rise 4% in late trading after the tech giant says it will issue a regular and one-time dividend of $3 a share and buy back stock up to $30 billion in stock.

IIC
07-20-2004, 06:30 PM
The following is a special summary of Federal Reserve Chairman Alan Greenspan's semi-annual monetary-policy report Tuesday, July 20, before the Senate Banking Committee in Washington, D.C. For full coverage of the events please search the code G/FED.

=Fed Sees Rising US Inflation As Econ Grows Rapidly


The Federal Reserve on Tuesday raised its forecasts for U.S. inflation this year, and said the U.S. economy would likely continue to expand at a brisk pace this year and next. The Fed predicted its favored measure of inflation - the price index for personal consumption, excluding food and energy - would range between 1.75% and 2.0% for 2004.

Fed Chmn Greenspan: 'Prepared For Unexpected' But Sees Tame Prices


Federal Reserve Chairman Alan Greenspan said Tuesday the U.S. central bank aims to continue raising interest rates at a gradual clip over the next 18 months or so, but is ready to "respond promptly and flexibly" if inflation proves to be higher than policymakers now expect.

Greenspan Doesn't See US Labor Market 'Stalling'


Federal Reserve Chairman Alan Greenspan said Tuesday that the recent slowdown in the pace of U.S. job creation doesn't herald a "stalling" of the labor market and predicted a "fairly significant" rate of job creation in coming months.

Greenspan Says Job 'Outsourcing' Will Rise, US To Benefit


Greenspan said he expects the number of U.S. jobs "outsourced" to low-wage countries to climb in the next few years, but that will not be a "bad" thing for the U.S. economy.

Greenspan: Econ Growth In China Is Slowing, Not Sinking


The Chinese government appears to be accomplishing the tricky task of slowing its economy without triggering a recession, U.S. Federal Reserve Chairman Alan Greenspan said Tuesday.

Greenspan: Consumer-Spending Slowdown To Be 'Short-Lived'


In testimony, Greenspan cites softness (in consumer spending) which should prove short-lived. He doesn't see the retail sales deline, nor the implied consumption decline as a new trend, just a shock brought about by "transitory factors such as the surge in energy prices."

Treasurys Sell Off On Greenspan's Bullish Econ Outlook


Treasurys are selling off as market digests Greenspan's prepared remarks. 10-yr now down 9/32 to yield 3.40%. 5-yr is leading the sell-off, its yield rising to 3.63% from 3.58%.

Dollar Hits Day's Highs Amid Upbeat Greenspan Comments


The dollar gained ground Tuesday afternoon following upbeat testimony from Federal Reserve Chairman Alan Greenspan, reaching highs of the days versus the euro and Swiss franc.

Greenspan Won't Shed Light On Meaning Of 'Measured' Pace


Greenspan on Tuesday declined an opportunity to specify exactly what the central bank means when it says it plans to raise rates at a "measured" pace.

=Fed Funds Futures Now Leaning Toward Aug, Sep Rate Hikes


Fed funds futures sold off Tuesday to factor in an almost 100% chance of a 25 basis basis point rate increase at the Aug. 10 Federal Open Market meeting and about an 85% chance of a 25 basis point rise at the Sept. 21 meeting.

Other Headlines:

Greenspan: Higher Rates Won't Hurt Financial Mkts, Households
Greenspan: Rapid Rate Hikes Would Entail More Economic Risk
Greenspan Faults SEC Proposal On Hedge Funds

IIC
07-20-2004, 06:50 PM
Today's MoMo

SEB ALDN OSTK STLD EPEX NAVR ATI BGY SMXC HMX CFS

IIC
07-20-2004, 07:02 PM
Naz New Highs closed up on at least 2x ADV...

EPAX EPEX ESLT HBAN JCTCF PNRG SAFC ZION

IIC
07-20-2004, 07:44 PM
[code:1:b1d36d1355]Dow Jones U.S. Total Market Indexes Jul. 20, 2004

.INDEX CLOSE NET CHG %CHG
DJ US Total Market 262.55 +2.04 +0.78
DJ US Large-Cap 239.15 +1.63 +0.69
DJ US Mid-Cap 321.40 +2.86 +0.90
DJ US Small-Cap 364.00 +5.28 +1.47


Final Market Diaries: NYSE, Nasdaq, Amex 4:00 p.m. ET

. TUE MON WK AGO
NYSE Market Diary
Issues traded 3,420 3,416 3,423
Advances 1,914 1,741 1,704
Declines 1,342 1,535 1,559
Unchanged 164 140 160
New highs 107 103 60
New lows 36 56 28
zAdv vol (000) 974,340 571,454 645,643
zDecl vol (000) 443,101 725,080 531,184
zTotal vol (000) 1,444,915 1,319,539 1,198,039
Closing tick1 +558 +359 +562
Closing Arms2 (trin) 0.65 1.44 0.90
zBlock trades 23,678 20,870 19,660

Nasdaq Market Diary
Issues traded 3,250 3,263 3,229
Advances 2,095 1,284 1,478
Declines 991 1,840 1,551
Unchanged 164 139 200
New highs 30 28 25
New lows 105 173 77
Adv vol (000) 1,289,198 785,379 462,564
Decl vol (000) 232,487 932,390 938,216
Total vol (000) 1,547,132 1,756,388 1,451,481
Block trades n.a. 11,888 11,010

Amex Market Diary
Issues traded 956 975 962
Advances 451 338 451
Declines 407 530 427
Unchanged 98 107 84
New highs 14 17 13
New lows 28 29 23
zAdv vol (000) 30,500 21,683 16,139
zDecl vol (000) 15,515 29,632 22,234
zTotal vol (000) 48,766 52,742 41,472
Comp vol (000) 287,468 270,902 208,714
zBlock trades n.a. 906 622
z-NYSE or Amex only
c-correction, r-revised, n.a.-not available
[/code:1:b1d36d1355]

IIC
07-20-2004, 07:53 PM
The U.S. Department of Defense announced the following contracts Tuesday:

Perini Corp. (PCR) received a $52.1 million delivery order as part of a firm-fixed-price contract for design and construction of an Afghan National Army Regional Brigade facility. The work will be completed by April 11, 2005.

General Dynamics Decision Systems Inc. (GD) received a $10 million increment as part of a $295.6 million cost-plus-award-fee, time and materials, firm-fixed-price, and fixed-price-incentive-successive target contract for the Joint Tactical Radio Systems Cluster 5. The work should be finished by Dec. 30, 2011.

General Dynamics Land Systems received a $6.78 million delivery order as part of a $20.1 million firm-fixed-price contract for the common digital electronic control box. The work will be completed by Dec. 31, 2008.

Textron Inc.'s (TXT) Bell Helicopter unit received a $15.9 million modification to a previously awarded cost-plus-award/incentive fee contract for the non-recurring development of a turned exhaust system for the AH-1Z helicopter. The work will be completed in March 2006.

United Technologies Corp.'s (UTX) Sikorsky Aircraft unit received a $5.19 million modification to a previously awarded firm-fixed-priced, time and materials contract to exercise an option for the fiscal year 2004 special progressive aircraft rework program for a VH-60N helicopter. The work will be completed in March 2005.

IIC
07-20-2004, 08:33 PM
[code:1:7f97576fe6]Analysts' Highest-Rated Stocks



This is a weekly ranking by First Call of the highest-rated stocks, based on analyst comments contributed within the past month to First Call's database.

To be included on the list, a company must be rated by at least five analysts.

First Call Consensus Recommendation Scale

1 = Buy

2 = Buy/Hold

3 = Hold

4 = Hold/Sell

5 = Sell


Most Attractive Issues
---- ---------- ------
Latest # Analysts Previous
Consensus Covering Consensus

(PCTI) 1.0 6 1.3
(STSA) 1.0 5 1.2
(KERX) 1.1 7 1.0
(CLDN) 1.1 7 1.2
(MSM) 1.2 6 1.0
(EPIC) 1.2 6 1.3
(MRTN) 1.2 5 1.3
(XRAY) 1.2 5 1.6
(ULBI) 1.2 5 1.3
(VCBI) 1.2 5 1.0
(DRL) 1.2 5 1.0
(DNET) 1.2 5 1.6
(DOVP) 1.2 5 1.3
(TSA) 1.3 16 1.1
(EPL) 1.3 9 1.4
(ELBO) 1.3 9 1.4
(SINT) 1.3 7 1.2
(PTEK) 1.3 6 1.4
(DSCO) 1.3 6 1.4
(APCS) 1.3 6 1.2
(PGNX) 1.3 6 1.4
(MDU) 1.3 6 1.6
(CCBI) 1.3 6 1.4
(NCT) 1.3 6 1.4
(FPO) 1.3 6 1.6
(WITS) 1.3 6 1.4
(EAGL) 1.4 9 1.3
(AVID) 1.4 9 1.6
(MOGN) 1.4 8 1.7
(MLS) 1.4 8 1.5
(EFII) 1.4 8 1.3
(ET) 1.4 7 1.3
(TRID) 1.4 7 1.2
(TMO) 1.4 7 1.6
(AVCT) 1.4 7 1.3
(GTNA) 1.4 5 1.8
(CEDC) 1.4 5 1.5
(RCRC) 1.4 5 1.2
(AMV) 1.4 5 1.5
(NDSN) 1.4 5 1.3
(MATK) 1.4 5 1.0
(THO) 1.4 5 1.7
(SSTI) 1.4 5 1.3
(BKST) 1.4 5 1.3
(EASI) 1.4 5 1.3
(CENT) 1.4 5 1.3
(CACS) 1.4 5 1.5
(PDC) 1.4 5 1.6
(WR) 1.4 5 1.5
(FSH) 1.4 5 1.3
(XPRSA) 1.4 5 1.8
(JAH) 1.4 5 1.8
(BCII) 1.4 5 1.5
(WRNC) 1.4 5 1.3
(AUO) 1.4 5 1.5
(ACA) 1.4 5 1.6
(TYC) 1.5 15 1.6
(WSH) 1.5 13 1.4
(RI) 1.5 11 1.4
(SFD) 1.5 10 1.6
(ENCY) 1.5 8 1.4
(MTCT) 1.5 8 1.4
(HUG) 1.5 6 1.7
(IIVI) 1.5 6 1.9
(JILL) 1.5 6 1.7
(WFR) 1.5 6 1.6
(CTRP) 1.5 6 1.6
(BDY) 1.5 6 1.6
(GNCMA) 1.5 6 1.4
(SCST) 1.5 6 1.4
(RPM) 1.5 6 1.8
(BKBOF) 1.5 6 1.6
(OZRK) 1.5 6 1.8
(MSFT) 1.6 30 1.7
[/code:1:7f97576fe6]

IIC
07-20-2004, 09:05 PM
Naz Support/Resistance for Wednesday:

Resistance:

2154
2125
2092
2079
2053-Medium
2038-Weak
2016-Medium
1999-Medium
1980
1966-Medium
1945
1935-Weak

Support:

1902-Weak
1877
1865
1840

QQQ:

Resistance:

37.95
37.80
37.45
37.10-Medium
36.80-Weak
36.60
36.45
36.30
36.10-Medium
35.65
35.55

Support:

34.85
34.75
34.35
34.05

IIC
07-20-2004, 09:18 PM
Analysts' Lowest-Rated Stocks



[code:1:131317e967]This is a weekly ranking by First Call of the Lowest-rated stocks, based on analyst comments contributed within the past month to First Call's database.

To be included on the list, a company must be rated by at least five analysts.

First Call Consensus Recommendation Scale

1 = Buy

2 = Buy/Hold

3 = Hold

4 = Hold/Sell

5 = Sell


Least Attractive Issues
---- ---------- ------
Latest # Analysts Previous
Consensus Covering Consensus

(MSO) 4.4 5 4.3
(ACAI) 4.3 8 4.1
(CLP) 4.2 5 4.3
(SPOT) 4.0 5 4.2
(PCU) 4.0 5 3.8
(INFO) 4.0 5 4.2
(WIN) 4.0 8 3.9
(EK) 3.9 10 4.0
(ALO) 3.8 5 3.4
(PDQ) 3.8 5 3.6
(EEX) 3.8 5 3.6
(PAL) 3.8 6 3.7
(WTNY) 3.8 6 4.0
(WFSL) 3.8 6 3.4
(SUI) 3.8 6 3.6
(STFC) 3.8 6 3.5
(LVLT) 3.8 11 3.7
(PPS) 3.8 13 3.9
(T) 3.8 26 3.7
(FGP) 3.7 6 3.6
(ADVS) 3.7 6 3.5
(TZA) 3.7 7 3.4
(HIW) 3.7 9 3.6
(DSGX) 3.7 9 3.6
(RYG) 3.7 11 3.8
(GBP) 3.7 11 3.8
(AIV) 3.7 15 3.6
(LAB) 3.6 5 3.8
(GAP) 3.6 5 3.5
(PZE) 3.6 7 3.5
(MWY) 3.6 7 3.7
(PTF) 3.6 8 3.5
(MGM) 3.6 12 3.3
(TE) 3.6 16 3.7
(EDS) 3.6 22 3.5
(TRH) 3.5 6 3.2
(BBOX) 3.5 6 3.3
(PVX) 3.5 6 3.6
(GLYN) 3.5 6 3.4
(SUP) 3.5 10 3.4
(TDS) 3.5 11 3.2
(CHTR) 3.5 16 3.4
(JP) 3.5 19 3.6
(PWI) 3.4 5 3.5
(MICT) 3.4 5 3.6
(RLRN) 3.4 5 3.3
(FCTR) 3.4 5 3.0
(AAII) 3.4 5 3.3
(DRRX) 3.4 5 3.8
(CSG) 3.4 5 3.8
(DQE) 3.4 5 3.3
(ENZN) 3.4 5 3.6
(SWC) 3.4 7 3.5
(OMI) 3.4 7 3.6
(UST) 3.4 7 3.6
(GAS) 3.4 8 3.5
(MYG) 3.4 8 3.1
(DDS) 3.4 9 3.7
(PGL) 3.4 9 3.5
(WGL) 3.4 9 3.5
(EP) 3.4 11 3.3
(GLK) 3.4 11 3.3
(BLDP) 3.4 12 3.3
(TSS) 3.4 16 3.5
(RF) 3.4 17 3.3[/code:1:131317e967]

IIC
07-21-2004, 10:38 AM
SLD NAVR

evilarya
07-21-2004, 01:35 PM
Where do you get the First Call info, thanks.

IIC
07-21-2004, 06:16 PM
TOP STORIES

EBAY 2Q EARNINGS DOUBLE, TOP VIEWS


Reports earnings of 28c a share, up from 14c a share a year earlier, as revenue rises 52% to $773 million. Earnings before items of 29c a share beat analysts' expectations of 27c. Sees 3Q earnings of 24c a share on revenue of $770 million. Shares fall sharply, down 9%, in late trading.

MICROSOFT SHARES RISE 3%
ON DIVIDEND, BUYBACK PLAN

Shares rise almost 3% after software giant said it plans to distribute $75 billion of cash to shareholders via buybacks and dividends. See Special Summary on the Microsoft news.

GM STICKS TO $7/SHARE EARNINGS VIEW

Stays with 2004 target despite increasingly competitive North American market and pending accounting rule change that may affect number. Earlier, GM posted 49% jump in 2Q profit, beating Wall Street's estimates. Shares near flat.

GREENSPAN WARNS ON BUDGET DEFICIT

Completing two days of testimony to Congress, Fed chairman warns budget deficit could become negative factor confronting U.S. economy over longer term. Greenspan also reiterates gradualist view on raising interest rates.

JP MORGAN UP; OPERATING EPS TOPS VIEWS

Shares add 3% after JP Morgan posts loss of $548 million, or 27c a share, driven by $2.3 billion litigation charge and $60 million in costs related to Bank One merger. Excluding items, EPS of 85c tops views.

KODAK GAINS ON STRONG 2Q

Shares add 7% after net income rises 38% on 6% sales rise, indicating strategy of shifting to digital photography is working despite decline in core consumer film business. Also lifts year forecast and plans to cut 800 to 1,300 more jobs.

BIG DRUG FIRMS POST MIXED RESULTS

Pfizer and Roche post strong profits while Sanofi-Synthelabo reports a sharp rise in sales. Earnings at Merck and Wyeth slip, however, partly due to higher research and development spending. Schering-Plough reports another in a series of losses.

QUALCOMM 3Q NET RISES SHARPLY

Reports earnings of $486.4 million, or 58c a share, as continued strong demand for its mobile-phone chips drives better-than-expected sales. Qualcomm boosts projections for full year and predicts 4Q earnings above current views.

UNITED TECH UNITS FLASH EARNINGS POWER

Diversified manufacturer surprises analysts with 2Q sales and earnings well ahead of most views and boosts 2004 EPS outlook. Improving margins at Carrier and aftermarket strength at Pratt & Whitney drive results. Shares up 2%.

SEC RETHINKS MARKET REFORM PLAN

Regulators hope to issue new rules later this year to modernize U.S. stock markets, but are rethinking one idea, which would allow customers to opt for speed over price, SEC Chairman William Donaldson says.

IMCLONE FALLS ON WEAK ERBITUX SALES

Shares lose 18% after 2Q sales of its cancer drug fail to meet raised expectations. However, ImClone swings to 2Q profit of $24.2 million, or 29c a share, with revenue surging 300% to $71.5 million, beating estimates.

ERICSSON SURGES ON STRONG 2Q

Shares rise 5% Ericsson reports stronger-than-expected 2Q earnings, capping a dramatic turnaround in the fortunes of for the world's largest supplier of cell-phone networks.

COMCAST EXITS STAKE IN LIBERTY

Liberty Media clinches a deal to exchange certain cable programming assets, plus $545 million in cash, for the roughly 4% of its stock held by Comcast. Liberty shares up 1%; Comcast edges lower.

FANNIE 2Q NET UP, BUT CUTS 2004 FORECAST

Net income edges 0.9% higher to $1.11 billion, or $1.10 a share, from $1.10 billion, or $1.09 a share, helped by "exceptional" credit results and an improved capital position. But Fannie lowers its forecast for full-year profit growth.

DELTA GAINS ON PILOTS' CONTRACT OFFER

Shares rise 3% on sooner-than-expected contract proposal from pilots. CEO says latest wage concession offers of up to $705 million annually are good start, but indicates deeper cuts necessary to avoid bankruptcy.

LUCENT UP AS WIRELESS BOOSTS NET

Shares edge higher after Lucent reports its fourth consecutive profitable quarter and highest quarterly earnings in more than four years as fiscal 3Q sales at its wireless network division surged.

SPRINT 2Q NET JUMPS; RAISES OUTLOOK

Reports net income of $233 million, or 16c a share. Excluding special items, Sprint reports EPS of 20c, beating expectations by 2c. Raises 2004 EPS estimates to 74c-78c from previous guidance of 70c-75c. Shares gain 3%.



SMALL CAPS
Shares Fall As Biotechs, Chips Hurt Market

Selling was led in part by biotech sector, where sales of ImClone's Erbitux cancer drug disappointed investors. Nabi Biopharm falls 14% after posting a wider net loss in 2Q than it did in same period a year ago.


ADR REPORT
ADRs Follow US Markets Lower

American depositary receipts drop sharply along with broader U.S. markets on second-day of Greenspan's testimony on monetary policy. Latin American ADRs fall 1.94%, Asia index loses 1.24% and European issues fall 1.20%.

============ U.S. MARKETS ACTION ===========
DJIA down 102.94 points to 10046.13
NASDAQ down 42.70 points to 1874.37
S&P 500 down 14.78 points to 1093.88
10-year T-note down 7/32 at 102 06/32 yield 4.469
NYMEX Spot Crude up $0.14 at $40.58/bbl at close
Dollar/Euro down 0.0071 at 1.2258

IIC
07-21-2004, 06:18 PM
Where do you get the First Call info, thanks.

If I told you then you wouldn't need me anymore...IIC

IIC
07-21-2004, 07:08 PM
Today's MoMo...

SEB WCC PETD FDG TWI GDP WLV CFS

IIC
07-21-2004, 07:13 PM
Nasdaq NMS New 52-Week Highs And Lows

.
New 52-Week Highs 50
AfrmtvIns n 15.30 EWBcp s 33.08 GlacierBcp s 28.62
NatrSunsh 16.00 RavenInd 38.00 UtdFire pfA 37.43
AmbasGp 27.25 EdgePete 19.81 HuntgBcsh 24.99
Navarre 15.60 RedRobin 32.95 UnvlStnlss 13.30
AmNatlIns 96.77 ElbitSys 22.72 Hydril 33.84
OculrSci 38.60 RepBcp s 14.24 UnizanFin 28.31
ApolloUofPhx A 94.46 Fastenal 62.29 IntrmagGen 37.70
PcificCon s 16.74 RushEnt A 14.08 Volvo ADS 36.32
AppldSignal 36.16 FstCharter 23.00 JAKKS Pac 21.02
PalmOne 39.60 S&T Bcp 32.74 WFS Fnl 50.98
AR Best 34.97 FstFedCap 28.40 JamesnInn pfS 20.00
PetrqstEngy 5.85 ScanSource 62.37 WintrstFnl 52.59
CalDiveInt 32.31 FstMutlBnc s 26.44 KTronInt 23.10
PFS Bcp Inc 21.11 Umpqua 22.98 YellowCp 42.00
CapAutReitpf n 27.00 FLIR Sys 57.38 LawsnPdts 38.66
PnclFnlPtnrs s 19.45 UtdFire 59.28 ZionsBcp 64.38
CmpsBcsh 44.14 GehlCo 21.49

New 52-Week Lows 130
AMIS Hldgs n 13.01 CellGenesys 7.80 Exide n 18.09
MRO Sftwr 10.50 PnclAir n 9.23 TaroPharm 33.55
APA Optics 1.38 ChrtrComm A 3.25 FFLC Bcp 24.50
MgmaDsgn 15.65 PowerDsine n 11.00 TeamFnl 10.45
ASE Tst 5.49 Cholestech 6.16 FrmrBros s 25.00
MainStRest 1.56 PraecisPharm 2.65 TlwstGlbl wi n 12.32
ATMI 20.01 CitrixSys 16.42 FrnklnBk n 14.33
MercInteract 35.37 PrgncPharm 12.41 TollgrdComm 8.36
AdvEngy 11.11 ClosureMed 20.21 GTX n 8.17
MrLyBrocade n 21.18 PyrmdBrew 2.02 TranSwitch 1.14
AmkorTch 4.90 Cohu 15.25 Genta 1.62
Micrel 8.99 Quixote 18.00 TriquintSemi 4.03
AnadysPharma n 6.14 CollaGenex 8.22 GeronCp 6.20
Aphton 3.03 CllgtFdngSvcs n 14.80 GigaMedia 0.80
MlnnumCell 1.40 Redenvelope n 7.82 UtdRetail 1.95
AppldFilm 19.75 Conexant 2.17 GuilfrdPharm 4.21
MillnmPhrm 10.49 RegenPharm 7.92 UTStarcom 24.90
ApldMatl 16.55 Corvis 1.10 HavenCapTr 11.90
MobiusMgt 5.06 RmedyTmp 9.41 VarianSemi 29.98
AppldMicro 3.39 CumulusMda 14.70 HumanGenom 9.55
MonolithicSys 4.74 ST Assmbly 6.97 Vasogen 3.96
AxedaSys 0.80 CyberGrd 6.32 IACInteractv wt 9.00
NeoMagic 1.35 SapiensInt 1.90 VicuronPharm 9.80
BancCp 6.13 Cymer 28.05 iGATE Cp 3.28
Neoware 6.30 Sigmatel n 15.80 VitalWorks 3.15
Bankrate 7.00 Cytokinetics n 9.00 Intel 22.51
NovellusSys 26.75 SiRFTchHldgs n 8.75 VitesseSemi 3.12
Biomira 0.95 DPAC Tech 0.41 InterMune 12.57
NVIDIA 14.66 SkywrkSol 6.98 VocalTec 1.85
BrlndSftwr 6.97 Drugstore.com 2.60 IntrntInt 2.36
1-800Contact 13.06 SpectraLink 8.83 Wavecom ADS 6.19
BraunCnsltg 1.15 DuPontPhoto 16.25 Intersectns n 19.61
OpticalCabl 4.20 StdMicsys 16.98 WirelessFac 8.00
BrcadeComm 4.62 DynavaxTech n 5.22 KosanBiosci 5.71
OrigenFnl n 6.96 StrategicDiag 3.55 WrldHeart n 1.65
Brooks Auto 15.25 Echelon 7.91 LTX 7.89
Oxigene 4.56
StridesJtblue n 23.32 Xenogen n 6.40
Bsquare 0.68 Electrolux 35.15 LogicVisn 2.40
PalmHarbor 14.81 SumtotalSys n 5.20 XyratexLtd n 10.50
CallidusSftwr n 4.10 Entegris 8.60 MCI n 15.80
PenwstPharm 9.50 Synopsys s 24.53 ZhoneTch n 2.50
CapCtyBk 34.49 ExactSciCrp 5.11 MKS Instr 13.25
Photronics 14.25

IIC
07-21-2004, 07:22 PM
[code:1:a10f231920]Final Market Diaries: NYSE, Nasdaq, Amex 4:00 p.m. ET

. WED TUE WK AGO
NYSE Market Diary
Issues traded 3,427 3,420 3,427
Advances 729 1,914 1,570
Declines 2,573 1,342 1,689
Unchanged 125 164 168
New highs 114 107 94
New lows 39 36 43
zAdv vol (000) 270,937 974,340 577,132
zDecl vol (000) 1,400,888 443,101 872,424
zTotal vol (000) 1,678,415 1,444,915 1,459,989
Closing tick1 -289 +558 +731
Closing Arms2 (trin) 1.46 0.65 1.41
zBlock trades 27,764 23,678 25,610
Nasdaq Market Diary
Issues traded 3,226 3,250 3,244
Advances 747 2,095 1,142
Declines 2,322 991 1,915
Unchanged 157 164 187
New highs 50 30 22
New lows 130 105 118
Adv vol (000) 378,421 1,289,198 623,323
Decl vol (000) 1,646,421 232,487 1,398,375
Total vol (000) 2,037,694 1,547,132 2,050,889
Block trades n.a. 11,127 14,745
Amex Market Diary
Issues traded 979 956 974
Advances 267 451 382
Declines 624 407 487
Unchanged 88 98 105
New highs 16 14 20
New lows 27 28 23
zAdv vol (000) 8,464 30,500 16,368
zDecl vol (000) 51,249 15,515 39,931
zTotal vol (000) 60,914 48,766 57,561
Comp vol (000) 342,504 287,468 305,902
zBlock trades n.a. 833 1,029
z-NYSE or Amex only
c-correction, r-revised, n.a.-not available
[/code:1:a10f231920]

Michaelk005
07-21-2004, 07:30 PM
NVDA made the 52 week low list again, ANy thoughts on when this thing might pull back around? When it does I'd like to ride the wave.

IIC
07-21-2004, 07:47 PM
I'm not really looking at the semis lately...but when they come back...this one could make a nice rebound...unfortunately, that may be quite a ways down the road.

IIC
07-21-2004, 10:37 PM
Naz Support/Resistance for Thursday:

Tonight I am going to pare this down some on the resistance levels...not much use in listing upper levels that we are not going to see for a while.

Resistance:

1999-Medium
1988
1980
1969
1961-Medium
1942
1935-Weak
1900-1908
1877

Support:

1865
1840

QQQ:

Resistance:

36.30
36.10-Medium
35.65
35.45
34.85-Medium

Support:

34.35
34.05

IIC
07-22-2004, 01:04 AM
The U.S. Department of Defense announced the following contract Wednesday:

Raytheon Co. (RTN) received a $5.56 million cost-plus fixed-fee contract. The Cognitive Engine Technology program is a DARPA/IPTO funded architecture for cognitive information processing technology development program. This work will be complete by July 2006.

IIC
07-22-2004, 09:57 AM
Morning Movers:


RYL COF NAVR SWKS SBUX LRCX VISG SYMC APSG

IIC
07-22-2004, 06:10 PM
TOP STORIES

MICROSOFT 4Q EARNINGS MISS VIEWS BY A PENNY


Software giant reports 4Q net income of $2.69 billion, or 25c a share, as revenue increases 15% to $9.29 billion. Excluding items, earnings miss Wall Street expectations of 29c a share by a penny. Microsoft also cuts its earnings outlook for fiscal 2005 and says it expects 1Q revenue of $8.9 billion to $9 billion. Shares fall 3% in late trading.

AMAZON SWINGS TO PROFIT ON STRONG SALES

Swings to net profit of $76 million, or 18c a share versus net loss of $43 million in year ago period on a 26% sales jump fueled by low prices and free shipping. Results miss analyst views by a penny. Shares edge lower late.

CATERPILLAR FALLS ON MISSED VIEWS

Shares drop over 5% after earthmoving giant misses 2Q earnings views due to higher operating costs and greater inefficiencies with ramping up production. Caterpillar doesn't expect relief from higher materials costs for remainder of '04.

COCA-COLA 2Q EARNINGS JUMP 18%, TOPS VIEWS

Reports earnings per share of 65c, besting analysts' expectations by 2c, on revenue of $5.97 billion as operating income increases 13%, reflecting solid results in many key markets and a positive currency benefit. Worldwide unit case volume edges 1% higher.

9/11 PANEL SEEKS BROAD INTELLIGENCE OVERHAUL

U.S. government couldn't protect citizens from Sept. 11 terrorist attacks because it failed to appreciate threat posed by al-Qaida operatives, chairman of Sept. 11 commission says. Read Special Summary on panel report.

SEARS FALLS ON WEAK 2Q EARNINGS, OUTLOOK

Shares lose 2% after retailer posts 82% earnings plunge, blaming continued weak sales and inventory problems, charges to cut staff and lost revenue from divested businesses. Sears expects to break even or earn up to 10c a share in 3Q.

COMPUTER ASSOCIATES OPERATING NET TOPS VIEWS

Reports 1Q earnings of $53 million, or 9c a share, as revenue rises 9% to $860 million. Operating earnings of 21c a share top analysts estimates by 3c. But software maker cuts expectations for 2005 amid "challenging industry climate."

DOUBLECLICK FALLS ON WEAK 2Q

Internet advertising firm shares drop 13% late after earnings fall by a third to $3.88 million, or 3c a share, a penny below analysts' expectations. Revenue increases to $63.6 million, but is below DoubleClick's forecast for revenue of $70 million to $74 million.

JP MORGAN, APOLLO TO BUY AMC

Movie-theater chain AMC Entertainment to be acquired in deal valued at $1.67 billion by investment vehicle owned by J.P. Morgan Chase and private investment firm Apollo Management. AMC shares up 11%, near offer premium.

ECONOMIC INDEX SIGNALS WANING MOMENTUM

Conference Board's index of leading indicators declines 0.2% in June to 116.2, first decline since March 2003. Data show economy has lost some sizzle in recent weeks. Initial jobless claims drop 11,000, to 339,000, in week to July 17.

ITT EDUCATIONAL TO DISCLOSE PROBE COSTS

Shares drop 5% as company says costs associated with government inquiry involving falsification of student records are "much larger" than previously experienced. Reports 2Q net of $14 million as new student enrollment rises 18.4%.

AT&T NET DROPS 80%; SHARES DOWN

Shares slip 1% after telecom giant's 2Q net plummets, and it confirms plans to stop competing for residential customers, essentially ceding consumer phone market to rivals like SBC. AT&T bonds hit hard after Fitch cuts debt to junk.

WASHINGTON MUTUAL TO CUT 1,840 JOBS

Mortgage and financial company plans to close 100 retail mortgage offices in 17 "non-signature" markets in 3Q as it focuses on growth locations and will cut 1,840 jobs nationwide, bringing total number of job cuts to 2,500.

EBAY FALLS; 3Q FORECAST BELOW VIEWS

Shares of online auction giant drop 2% a day after it reports 2Q earnings before items ahead of analysts' expectations. But its raises 3Q forecast not significant enough for investors and is below Wall Street estimates.

MOLSON FAMILY BEHIND COORS DEAL

Executives tout the combination of their breweries as one of equals, and one that will allow the combined entity to better participate in the consolidating beer industry. Coors loses 2%; Molson up 4% in Canada.

NUCOR BENEFITS FROM MANUFACTURING UPTICK

Nucor's 2Q income soars to $251.4 million, or $3.17 a share, up from $8.4 million net last year, as U.S. manufacturing, mainly automotive and machinery, fuels demand and maintains pricing momentum. Shares edge higher.

IPOS STRUGGLE IN POOR SHOWING

Three of five companies to price initial public offerings today -- including the $1 billion deal for phone book company Dex Media -- price well below expectations, while the other two price at the bottom of estimates.

MCDONALD'S 2Q EARNINGS GROW 25%

McDonald's earns $590.7 million, or 47c a share, to match views. Revenue rises 10% to $4.73 billion. Company says it will invest $1.5 billion-$1.6 billion in its business in 2004. Shares flat.

VIACOM 2Q NET HELPED BY AD GAINS

Net income improves to $754 million, or 43c a share, on revenue of $6.8 billion. Viacom says ratings gains at its cable and broadcast networks set stage for advertising gains this year and next. Shares up 2%.

BLOCKBUSTER FALLS ON 2Q EARNINGS

Movie and game rental chain's shares drop 7% after net falls to $46.8 million, or 26c a share, one penny less than analysts' expectations. Blockbuster says it expects rental business to remain challenging through at least 1H of 2005.

OFFICE DEPOT 2Q TOPS VIEWS; SALES SLOWING

Shares lose 6% after company reports 34% gain in net to $79.9 million, or 25c a share, 2c better than views, but says recent sales have fallen below expectations. Also cuts size of Toys 'R' Us buy 40% to $120 million.



ADR REPORT
ADRs Recover From Sharp Selloff

ADRs end flat after Wednesday's sharp selloff, as Asian shares recover and Latin American issues are led lower by Brazilian companies. Latin American ADRs drop 0.92%, Asia index rises 0.40% and European issues inch up 0.05%.


SMALL CAPS
Shares Take Hits From Heavy Machinery Makers

Industrial stocks take swings at small-caps, which underperformed the overall market for a second straight session. Caterpillar 2Q earnings miss pulls down shares of heavy machinery makers, such as Manitowoc, which shed 0.7%.

============ U.S. MARKETS ACTION ===========
DJIA up 4.20 points to 10050.33
NASDAQ up 14.69 points to 1889.06
S&P 500 up 2.96 points to 1096.84
10-year T-note up 5/32 at 102 11/32 yield 4.451
NYMEX Spot Crude up $0.78 at $41.36/bbl at close
Dollar/Euro down 0.0001 at 1.2254

IIC
07-22-2004, 06:46 PM
Today's MoMo...

FLIR OSTK CRDN BTHS ACSEF RMCF NTMD DDDC BBQZ WGA PQUE JOB

IIC
07-22-2004, 07:16 PM
[code:1:4e9720f2c9]US Political, Economic Calendar - Week Ahead

.
All dates are in ET Time.

Friday, July 23, 2004
ET/GMT Expected Previous
0900/1300 Chicago Fed Pres Moskow speaks on the
economy at seminar in Chicago
N/A No economic data scheduled

Monday, July 26, 2004
ET/GMT Expected Previous
1000/1400 June Existing Home Sales +2.6%

Tuesday, July 27, 2004
ET/GMT Expected Previous
0745/1145 Jul 24 ICSC-UBS Store Sales Index +0.2%
0855/1255 Jul 24 Redbook Retail Sales -0.6%
1000/1400 June New Home Sales +14.8%
1000/1400 July Conference Board Consumer Confidence 101.9
Index
1830/2230 Jul 24 ABC/Money Magazine Consumer Confidence -7
Index

Wednesday, July 28, 2004
ET/GMT Expected Previous
0700/1100 MBA Refinancing Index -0.7%
0830/1230 June Durable Goods -1.8%
1400/1800 Fed's Beige Book

Thursday, July 29, 2004
ET/GMT Expected Previous
0830/1230 Jul 24 Initial Jobless Claims -11K
0830/1230 2Q Employment Cost Index +1.1%
1000/1400 June Conference Board Help Wanted Index +39
1000/1400 Jul 24 DJ-BTM Business Barometer -0.3%
1630/2030 Jul 24 Money Supply[/code:1:4e9720f2c9]

IIC
07-22-2004, 07:21 PM
[code:1:9d420588a6]Final Market Diaries: NYSE, Nasdaq, Amex 4:00 p.m. ET

. THU WED WK AGO
NYSE Market Diary
Issues traded 3,416 3,427 3,387
Advances 1,281 729 1,747
Declines 1,974 2,573 1,476
Unchanged 161 125 164
New highs 21 114 107
New lows 80 39 40
zAdv vol (000) 743,719 270,937 552,580
zDecl vol (000) 908,973 1,400,888 815,989
zTotal vol (000) 1,664,321 1,678,415 1,393,549
Closing tick1 +172 -289 +544
Closing Arms2 (trin) 0.79 1.46 1.75
zBlock trades 27,455 27,764 23,476
Nasdaq Market Diary
Issues traded 3,301 3,226 3,224
Advances 1,326 747 1,527
Declines 1,798 2,322 1,536
Unchanged 177 157 161
New highs 20 50 29
New lows 198 130 97
Adv vol (000) 1,259,243 378,421 736,231
Decl vol (000) 595,610 1,646,421 836,956
Total vol (000) 1,905,395 2,037,694 1,621,856
Block trades n.a. 7,175 11,191
Amex Market Diary
Issues traded 972 979 953
Advances 335 267 403
Declines 553 624 455
Unchanged 84 88 95
New highs 5 16 22
New lows 49 27 22
zAdv vol (000) 43,127 8,464 16,745
zDecl vol (000) 21,742 51,249 32,121
zTotal vol (000) 66,393 60,914 50,317
Comp vol (000) 353,002 342,504 238,428
zBlock trades n.a. 1,085 893
z-NYSE or Amex only
c-correction, r-revised, n.a.-not available[/code:1:9d420588a6]

IIC
07-22-2004, 07:56 PM
The U.S. Department of Defense announced the following contracts Thursday:

Boeing Corp. (BA) received a definitized, firm, fixed-price contract to provide for C-17 fleet sustainment. C-17 product support will be managed through a long term performance-based partnership between Boeing and the Air Force, which places all performance risk on the contractor or provide sustainment support at continuously raised benchmarked levels. Solicitation began in January 2003 and negotiations were completed in November 2003.

Raytheon Co. (RTN) received a $14.2 million, firm, fixed-price contract modification to provide for the purchase of 61 airborne integrated terminals, 38 radio controls units, 38 key fill panels, 38 shock mounting trays and 94 electro magnetic interference filters. This work will be complete by February 2006.

United Technologies Corp.'s (UTX) Pratt & Whitney received $9.67 million, firm, fixed-price contract to support equipment and spare parts for one year of Level 1 depot in Egypt for F100PW220E engine applicable to F16 aircraft. This work will be complete by November 2005.

BAE Systems PLC's (BA.LN) Austin, Texas unit received a $3.9 million increment as part of a $60 million cost-plus-incentive-fee contract for the Ground Standoff Mine Detection Systems Future Combat System. The work should be finished by June 30, 2011.

IIC
07-22-2004, 08:57 PM
Naz Support/Resistance for Friday:

As I previously mentioned, I am going to pare this down some on the resistance levels...not much use in listing upper levels that we are not going to see for a while.

Resistance:

1999-Medium
1982
1970
1961-Medium
1935-1942-Weak
1902
1896

Support:

1877
1865
1853-Weak
1840

QQQ:

Resistance:

36.30
36.10
35.90
35.65
35.45-Weak
34.85

Support:

34.75
34.35
34.05

IIC
07-23-2004, 10:18 AM
Possible quickie trade today...UALAQ

IIC
07-23-2004, 05:33 PM
FINAL

[code:1:27da4e0628]

----------- Percent Change -----------
Sector Index Daily 1 Wk. 1 Mo. 3 Mo. 1 Yr.
================================================== ===========================

Land Transportation Equip 327.40 2.71 0.63 -1.92 -7.13 27.48
Fixed-Line Communications 108.84 1.85 2.59 -0.18 -5.74 0.11
Tires 48.68 1.84 5.42 -0.19 4.68 66.13
Forest Prod 221.33 1.53 -1.71 -2.40 -10.66 28.13
Consumer Electronics 549.90 1.45 0.84 -5.24 0.24 108.72
Lodging 395.28 1.26 -3.09 -1.07 4.31 32.83
Insurance, Full-Line 429.38 1.19 -1.47 -5.59 -6.93 14.46
Office Equip 254.68 0.86 0.73 -6.38 -2.48 22.20
Marine Transport 223.66 0.67 -0.93 -0.72 7.35 43.77
Trucking 224.90 0.52 0.32 0.36 7.97 31.25
Auto Parts 231.66 0.39 1.02 -6.15 -6.90 16.10
Retailers, Broadline 316.30 0.29 0.96 -3.22 -7.27 1.81
Household Prod, Durable 114.63 0.28 1.75 -1.95 -5.11 15.36
Tobacco 160.07 0.16 -2.14 -2.05 -13.18 19.50
Pollution Control 79.99 0.10 -1.52 -3.68 -3.28 17.50
Advanced Medical Devices 445.69 0.05 -2.61 -6.22 -7.30 15.15
Chemicals, Commodity 181.28 0.01 -1.22 -4.49 -5.48 8.96
Paper Prod 178.56 -0.07 -3.42 -3.88 -3.03 14.09
Automobile Manufacturers 254.67 -0.11 -1.32 -10.61 -9.30 29.44
Oil Companies, Major 285.13 -0.15 -1.32 -0.57 5.04 29.92
Building Materials 248.17 -0.16 -1.40 -1.62 2.50 30.92
Aerospace 274.98 -0.24 -1.32 -2.11 5.24 20.34
Electric Utilities 119.06 -0.26 -1.91 -0.76 0.65 14.21
Heavy Machinery 475.83 -0.26 -4.92 -6.61 -9.99 21.76
Savings & Loan 639.37 -0.26 -0.30 -2.51 0.56 7.01
Water Utilities 405.30 -0.26 -0.98 -3.03 -7.65 1.40
Oil Companies, Secondary 259.42 -0.27 -3.49 0.14 9.59 52.43
Home Construction 549.82 -0.29 -2.73 -6.70 -9.44 29.93
Banks, Ex-S&L 451.17 -0.30 0.13 -1.78 0.94 9.81
Clothing & Fabrics 123.95 -0.31 -2.01 -6.90 -6.74 15.37
Real Estate 199.21 -0.33 -2.75 -0.87 6.83 16.26
Casinos 374.08 -0.37 -5.05 -8.92 -16.47 30.19
Railroads 203.85 -0.38 -1.66 -3.03 -0.70 10.82
Pipelines 243.26 -0.39 -1.60 3.24 2.46 15.48
Retailers, Drug-Based 370.66 -0.48 -0.39 -8.56 -5.41 5.50
Retailers, Apparel 286.41 -0.48 0.28 -9.10 -6.69 12.46
Coal 124.28 -0.57 -5.74 -1.88 7.13 77.44
Industrial Serv 159.44 -0.57 -1.38 -7.22 -8.04 12.11
Cosmetics 227.35 -0.60 -5.58 -7.66 0.58 15.71
Airlines 97.74 -0.62 -1.90 -14.86 -13.55 -19.84
Steel 115.14 -0.65 -4.57 2.39 11.82 78.22
Pharmaceuticals 268.23 -0.70 -0.90 -6.18 -8.01 -5.03
Insurance, Life 440.76 -0.71 -0.94 -2.04 -2.68 24.74
Mining 443.93 -0.71 -8.97 -9.14 -7.62 176.70
Factory Equip 274.61 -0.72 -3.23 -5.89 2.98 33.41
Chemicals, Specialty 172.76 -0.73 -2.83 -2.88 -2.40 15.91
Distillers & Brewers 341.85 -0.78 -4.10 -4.16 -0.68 4.27
Gas Utilities 81.47 -0.78 -2.10 -0.77 2.18 9.59
Investment Serv 615.61 -0.78 0.78 -7.88 -11.69 -1.60
Industrial, Diversified 427.94 -0.79 -2.29 -3.87 2.88 23.91
Publishing 310.43 -0.80 0.19 -5.28 -8.22 7.11
Broadcasting 362.87 -0.81 0.36 -3.42 -8.63 -3.39
Medical Supplies 251.21 -0.81 -3.49 -9.14 -8.19 14.57
Aluminum 254.57 -0.82 -6.88 -6.02 -6.19 19.28
Insurance, Prop & Casualty 286.20 -0.82 -3.79 -5.69 -7.44 9.59
Containers & Packaging 142.98 -0.87 -3.78 -4.43 -0.23 24.06
Food Retailers & Wholesalers 183.95 -0.88 -1.93 -8.11 -6.90 13.45
Footwear 199.98 -0.92 -3.32 -4.77 -8.42 28.36
Diversified Financial 588.51 -0.93 -0.81 -4.25 -4.16 7.43
Air Freight 520.21 -0.94 -2.20 -2.30 3.87 17.09
Restaurants 295.92 -0.97 -0.44 1.66 -0.99 27.61
Oil Drilling, Equip & Serv 265.58 -0.99 -3.04 1.57 3.13 31.87
Biotechnology 418.04 -1.01 -2.68 -5.09 -9.32 -1.95
Food Prod 201.13 -1.15 -1.71 -2.78 -4.89 13.98
Heavy Construction 153.85 -1.16 -2.23 -7.20 -0.44 10.28
Healthcare Providers 321.13 -1.19 -3.35 -0.75 -5.19 20.13
Recreational Prod & Serv 233.70 -1.20 -2.34 -4.17 -2.17 24.89
Wireless Communications 282.89 -1.22 -1.25 -2.87 -0.53 41.76
Computers 347.64 -1.28 0.14 -6.28 -7.25 1.52
Entertainment 595.34 -1.50 -0.02 -0.67 -6.61 7.30
Household Prod, Nondurable 393.81 -1.52 -4.04 -5.39 -0.76 20.26
Diversified Technology Serv 55.74 -1.57 1.01 -6.02 -6.63 -0.60
Retailers, Specialty 313.08 -1.66 -2.71 -8.04 -9.00 5.67
Advanced Industrial Equip 145.23 -1.82 -3.58 -7.03 -6.03 20.70
Furnishings & Appliances 221.97 -1.84 -2.14 -6.00 -9.14 4.08
Consumer Serv 822.38 -1.93 -3.63 -8.04 -10.65 12.94
Communications Technology 571.86 -1.94 -1.06 -10.08 -10.80 28.20
Advertising 320.90 -2.07 -0.21 -7.82 -13.04 -0.62
Nonferrous Metals 171.14 -2.17 -8.43 -1.82 1.28 45.84
Electric Components & Equip 111.32 -2.45 -2.54 -9.86 -16.79 10.79
Semiconductors 1080.95 -2.63 -0.65 -17.45 -19.56 -4.98
Software 460.38 -2.72 0.84 -6.29 -7.53 2.46
Internet Serv 216.13 -3.13 -2.77 -16.75 -3.03 60.49
Toys 274.21 -3.24 -2.22 -5.31 -6.68 9.86
Precious Metals 77.34 -3.30 -7.77 0.11 -3.24 9.10
Soft Drinks 268.27 -3.83 -6.94 -10.03 -9.00 5.50
[/code:1:27da4e0628]

IIC
07-23-2004, 05:53 PM
[code:1:41c24ff843]The following table gives the actual open and close, as well as the high-low range that the Dow Jones averages actually reached during the trading day.
Open High Low Last Change
Ind 10045.46 10045.47 9931.77 9962.22 Dn 88.11
Trn 3051.49 3068.67 3031.16 3043.44 Dn 8.19
Utl 278.21 278.62 276.27 276.92 Dn 1.29
65Stk 2968.94 2971.34 2944.37 2950.86 Dn 18.87[/code:1:41c24ff843]

[code:1:41c24ff843]Dow Jones Market Diary

.Today's summary of the movement
of components of the Dow Jones
Stock Averages-
Advanced Declined Unchanged
30 Indus 6 24
20 Transp 5 15
15 Utils 3 12
65 Stocks 14 51[/code:1:41c24ff843]

[code:1:41c24ff843]Final Nasdaq Indexes Composite 1849.09Dn 39.97

. High Low Last Chg
Comp 1874.46 1846.55 1849.09 Dn 39.97
Inds 1560.03 1533.15 1535.99 Dn 31.17
Bank 2844.26 2821.36 2821.37 Dn 21.61
Insr 2995.05 2974.27 2974.27 Dn 25.12
Ofin 3122.14 3087.96 3092.09 Dn 33.73
Tran 1812.08 1790.91 1794.65 Dn 10.56
Telecom 173.16 170.31 170.81 Dn 3.29[/code:1:41c24ff843]

IIC
07-23-2004, 11:24 PM
Naz, New Highs, Closed Up on at least 2x ADV...

NTMD YELL BEAV XPRSA IAIA

Naz, New Highs, Closed Up, High RS, on at least 1.5x ADV...

BEAV NTMD

IIC
07-24-2004, 03:27 PM
O/T

A Walk Down Memory Lane:


Investors.com 1998:

http://trimurl.com/D5

Yahoo 1996:

http://trimurl.com/D7

Websman
07-24-2004, 08:03 PM
Thanks IIC!
Your post brings back memories of when I used to get on AOL on my old 386-SX PC. This was somewhere around 1992 or so and AOL was in the start up stages. I knew, at that time that AOL was going to be big and would loved to have bought some stock, but I was dirt poor at the time. :(
I had the foresight but not the cash...

Now that I have the cash, I am looking for present day opportunities like that. One that I believe is a good new technology is Satellite Radio, and the best part is...I actually have money to invest! I'm holding a position in Sirius as I think they have the better service. The fundamentals are not good, but I don't care. I'm looking at the future potential and I believe it's going to be big.

This gives me an idea...Do you think Mr Market would let me start a thread called "Future Technologies"? This would be a great forum for everyone to post their ideas about what the next big trend might be.

IIC
07-24-2004, 09:03 PM
I can't speak for MM...but as far as I know he would not mind a bit...My thread does not compliment his philosophy much...and I have not heard any negative remarks...As far as I know, Ernie admits that there is more than one way to skin a cat!!!...He seems pretty tolerant of different viewpoints to me...IIC

IIC
07-26-2004, 10:27 AM
Morning Movers:

TSN ASKJ

IIC
07-26-2004, 10:28 AM
Nasdaq Support/Resistance
Nasdaq Support/Resistance
Resistance:

1999-Medium
1982
1970-Weak
1961-Medium
1935-1942-Weak
1902
1890-Weak
1872-1877

Support:

1841
1820-Weak
1783

QQQ:

Resistance:

36.10
35.90
35.65-Weak
35.45
34.85-Medium
34.35

Support:

34.00-34.05
33.75
33.50
32.35

IIC
07-26-2004, 06:02 PM
TOP STORIES

GOOGLE SETS STAGE FOR MID-AUGUST IPO


Internet search giant estimates shares will sell for $108 to $135 each during its IPO, a price tag that could value six-year-old company at $36 billion. Analysts say high per-share price may scare off small investors, and two underwriters drop out of deal, dramatizing friction between Google's unconventional ways and Wall Street firms it is counting on to pitch its stock to the masses.

AMERICAN EXPRESS NET RISES 15%

Second-quarter income of $876 million, or 68c a share, beats Wall Street's expectations by a penny, boosted by strong growth in spending by cardholders. Revenue jumps 14% to $7.26 billion. Shares add 1%.

DEMOCRATIC CONVENTION OPENS IN BOSTON

Unified and hungry for return to White House, Democrats open their 44th national convention, while John Kerry tells Republicans and independents to "stop and think" before casting their votes this fall.

US EXISTING HOME SALES RISE 2.1%

Home resales increase to record annual rate of 6.95 million in June, surprising economists who had expected decline to 6.65 million annual rate. But economists say higher interest rates mean current growth rates won't continue.

BOSTON SCI RISES; NET SURGES DESPITE RECALL

Medical device maker's shares gain 6% after 2Q net nearly triples despite $57 million in items tied to recent safety-related Taxus stent recall that shaved 6c a share off earnings.

BOISE TO SELL $3.7B IN ASSETS, CHANGE NAME

Shares flat as Boise Cascade agrees to sell its paper, forest products and timberland assets to Madison Dearborn and take on name of its OfficeMax unit as it shifts focus to distribution from manufacturing. Also reiterates its 2004 guidance.

MYLAN TO BUY KING PHARMA FOR $4B

Share-swap deal values King shares at $16.659, a 61% premium to their closing price Friday, and creates second largest pharmaceutical firm based on U.S. prescriptions dispensed. King Pharma shares soar 24%; Mylan drops 16%.

IMCLONE SHARES FALL AFTER DOWNGRADE

Biotechnology company drops 14% after Smith Barney analyst Yaron Werber downgrades stock to hold from buy, saying royalty obligations for intellectual property over new cancer drug Erbitux could be higher than estimates.

NEW COMPUTER VIRUS TARGETS GOOGLE

Variant of MyDoom attack, targeting Google and several other Internet search sites, spreads via e-mail and infects thousands of computers. It commands victims to send queries to Google and other sites to target additional addresses.

CSFB ARRANGES INDEPENDENT RESEARCH

Credit Suisse First Boston will offer investors research from Standard & Poor's, Renaissance Capital and Bank of New York's BNY Jaywalk unit to meet terms of regulatory settlement over biased analyst reports.

OMNICARE SINKS ON EARNINGS MISS

Shares drop 23% as EPS falls well below Wall Street estimates, and company reduces its outlook for the rest of the year. Shares of NeighborCare, which Omnicare is planning to buy in a hostile takeover, lose 11%.

WELLPOINT, ANTHEM FALL AS DEAL HITS SNAG

WellPoint falls 3% and Anthem edges lower after California insurance regulator rejects proposed merger, with many fearing that even if $16.4 billion deal goes through, health insurers would likely face fight in courts.

IRAQI MILITANTS FREE EGYPTIAN DIPLOMAT

Mohammed Mamdouh Helmi Qutb, held hostage by militants in Iraq, is released and is in good condition, Egyptian diplomats say. Statement read on Arab TV says militants released Qutb because he is a good religious man.

HUMANA UP AS 2Q NET GAINS 17%

Shares rise 5% after firm's income increases to $80.8 million, or 50c a share, as revenue rises 13% to $3.43 billion. Results include 7c gain and 3c in severance charges. Humana raises outlook for 2004.

TYSON FALLS AS OUTLOOK DISAPPOINTS

Shares drop 7% as meat producer says current quarter may fall short of last year's because of lower gains from beef. Tyson earlier posted fiscal 3Q net more than double last year's, even with beef and chicken sales hurt by diseases.

BECKMAN COULTER FALLS ON 2Q MISS

Shares slide 9% after Beckman reports earnings of $58.3 million, or 88c a share, a penny less than analysts' expectations, and also disappoints Wall Street with its expectations for 2004 earnings.

FED'S HOENIG SEES CORE INFLATION NEAR 2%

Though core inflation should stay under wraps through rest of year, Fed still has considerable work to do in order to bring interest rates to more economically neutral level, says Kansas City Fed President Thomas Hoenig.

MUTUAL FUNDS CHALLENGED TO WATCH COMPLIANCE

One in three executives who participated in PricewaterhouseCoopers survey says that overseeing service providers will be most time-consuming and complex aspect of compliance chore aimed at preventing future scandals.

FORMER AXA ADVISER SENTENCED TO PRISON

Judge sentences Thomas Chase to 30 months in prison after he defrauded clients of more than $700,000 and also orders Chase to pay $489,342 in restitution.

BELLSOUTH 2Q EARNINGS, REVENUE UP SLIGHTLY

Shares gain 3% as earnings and revenue rise slightly, propelled by growth businesses of long-distance, high-speed Internet access and wireless. BellSouth says it is teaming with DirecTV to add satellite TV services to packages it sells.

HCA NET JUMPS ON RESERVE CHANGE

Nation's largest hospital chain's 2Q net surges 47% to $352 million, or 72c a share, thanks to positive adjustment in its estimated liability insurance reserves and absence of items that dragged down year-ago period. Shares fall 1%.


ANALYSIS
AT&T Move Ups Bar For Cingular Merger

Departure from residential wireline phone market "puts an immense amount of pressure" on wireless and Internet telephony to compete with regional Bells, according to Consumer Federation of America and Consumers Union.


CHARTING INDICATORS
Housing Still Raising The Roof

May new home sales were 1.37 million, current high for uptrend that began in Feb. 1995. If June surprises to upside of consensus projection of 1.275 million, new home sales will come in at 1.45 million resistance, writes Stephen Cox.

============ U.S. MARKETS ACTION ===========
DJIA down 0.30 points to 9961.92
NASDAQ down 10.07 points to 1839.02
S&P 500 down 2.14 points to 1084.07
10-year T-note down 14/32 at 102 01/32 yield 4.487
NYMEX Spot Crude down $0.27 at $41.44/bbl at close
Dollar/Euro up 0.0051 at 1.2143

IIC
07-26-2004, 06:35 PM
Naz A/D/U... 950/ 2,130/ 156...New Highs/Lows 18/ 243

Share Volume A-448,362,916 D-1,196,513,769 U-26,664,108

IIC
07-26-2004, 09:30 PM
Today's MoMo: FLIR NTMD OSTK WCC SMXC VLTS

IIC
07-26-2004, 10:35 PM
Nasdaq Support/Resistance


Resistance:

1999-Medium
1982
1970
1961
1935-1942-Weak
1902
1890-Weak
1872-1877

Support:

1820-Weak
1783

QQQ:

Resistance:

36.10
35.90-Weak
35.65
35.45-Weak
34.85-Medium
34.35

Support:

34.00-34.05
33.70-33.75
33.50
32.35

IIC
07-27-2004, 08:33 PM
Today's MoMo:

KMRT ISRG BGY HYDL TNP NVTL CRS AEOS ONYX IGL CCBI MSA NGPS BOCH COSI FLDR UCI IMY FDG TLWT WCC ATI BEAV NSS CYB BUTL PLP EXM WGA SIM IAO

IIC
07-27-2004, 08:39 PM
Nasdaq Support/Resistance


Resistance:

1999-Medium
1982
1970
1961
1935-1942-Weak
1902
1890-Weak
1872-1877

Support:

1820-Weak
1783

QQQ:

Resistance:

36.10
35.90-Weak
35.65
35.45-Weak
34.85-Medium

Support:

34.45
34.00-34.05
33.70-33.75
33.50
32.35

IIC
07-27-2004, 09:11 PM
The U.S. Department of Defense announced the following contract Tuesday:

Bell Helicopter Textron Inc., a joint of Textron Inc.'s (TXT) and Bell Helicopter unit and Boeing Co. (BA), received a $7.2 million delivery order modification under a previously awarded Basic Ordering Agreement for 24 Turned Exhaust Kits for the AH-1W aircraft. The work will be completed in December 2005.

[code:1:e2caa426d4]Dow Jones U.S. Total Market Indexes Jul. 27, 2004

.INDEX CLOSE NET CHG %CHG
DJ US Total Market 258.26 +2.66 +1.04
DJ US Large-Cap 236.42 +2.27 +0.97
DJ US Mid-Cap 312.51 +3.42 +1.11
DJ US Small-Cap 350.93 +5.48 +1.59[/code:1:e2caa426d4]
[code:1:e2caa426d4]Final Nasdaq Indexes Composite 1869.10 Up 30.08

. High Low Last Chg
Comp 1872.17 1843.04 1869.10 Up 30.08
Inds 1552.00 1522.49 1550.93 Up 32.83
Bank 2858.26 2818.07 2858.26 Up 41.15
Insr 3000.66 2984.69 2989.75 Up 11.05
Ofin 3129.15 3064.47 3127.34 Up 60.87
Tran 1809.50 1793.95 1804.81 Up 11.53
Telecom 171.80 169.22 171.72 Up 3.10[/code:1:e2caa426d4]

[code:1:e2caa426d4]NYSE Composite Market Diary

. Today Prev Day
Advanced 2,054 1,072
Declined 1,232 2,192
Unchanged 147 142
Total Issues 3,433 3,406
New Highs 29 29
New Lows 53 91[/code:1:e2caa426d4]

IIC
07-28-2004, 10:22 AM
Morning Movers

BIIB MNST RCL WBSN CREE AV GRMN KRON

IIC
07-28-2004, 10:26 AM
Add MFE

IIC
07-28-2004, 10:33 AM
[code:1:312d821fe6] This is a weekly ranking by First Call of the Lowest-rated stocks, based on analyst comments contributed within the past month to First Call's database.

To be included on the list, a company must be rated by at least five analysts.

First Call Consensus Recommendation Scale

1 = Buy

2 = Buy/Hold

3 = Hold

4 = Hold/Sell

5 = Sell


Least Attractive Issues
---- ---------- ------
Latest # Analysts Previous
Consensus Covering Consensus

(MSO) 4.4 5 4.3
(CLP) 4.2 5 4.3
(ACAI) 4.1 8 4.3
(SPOT) 4.0 5 4.2
(PCU) 4.0 5 3.8
(INFO) 4.0 5 4.2
(WIN) 4.0 8 3.9
(EK) 3.9 10 4.0
(T) 3.9 27 3.8
(ALO) 3.8 5 3.4
(PDQ) 3.8 5 3.6
(EEX) 3.8 5 3.6
(SUI) 3.8 6 3.6
(PAL) 3.8 6 3.7
(WTNY) 3.8 6 4.0
(STFC) 3.8 6 3.5
(LVLT) 3.8 11 3.7
(PPS) 3.8 13 3.9
(ADVS) 3.7 6 3.5
(FGP) 3.7 6 3.6
(TZA) 3.7 7 3.4
(HIW) 3.7 9 3.6
(DSGX) 3.7 9 3.6
(RYG) 3.7 11 3.8
(GBP) 3.7 11 3.8
(AIV) 3.7 15 3.6
(MSW) 3.6 5 2.8
(LAB) 3.6 5 3.8
(GAP) 3.6 5 3.5
(PZE) 3.6 7 3.5
(MWY) 3.6 7 3.7
(MGM) 3.6 12 3.3
(CHTR) 3.6 16 3.5
(TE) 3.6 16 3.7
(EDS) 3.6 22 3.5
(TRH) 3.5 6 3.2
(BBOX) 3.5 6 3.3
(GLYN) 3.5 6 3.4
(SUP) 3.5 10 3.3
(TDS) 3.5 11 3.2
(BLDP) 3.5 12 3.4
(BDRAF) 3.5 16 3.6
(PWI) 3.4 5 3.5
(DQE) 3.4 5 3.3
(FCTR) 3.4 5 3.0
(RLRN) 3.4 5 3.3
(DRRX) 3.4 5 3.8
(MICT) 3.4 5 3.6
(AAII) 3.4 5 3.3
(CSG) 3.4 5 3.8
(AKS) 3.4 7 3.1
(PVX) 3.4 7 3.6
(SWC) 3.4 7 3.5
(UST) 3.4 7 3.6
(OMI) 3.4 7 3.6
(PTF) 3.4 8 3.3
(EMT) 3.4 8 3.1
(MYG) 3.4 8 3.1
(GAS) 3.4 8 3.5
(TAC) 3.4 9 3.3
(DDS) 3.4 9 3.7
(PGL) 3.4 9 3.5
(WGL) 3.4 9 3.5
(EP) 3.4 11 3.3
(GLK) 3.4 11 3.3[/code:1:312d821fe6]

IIC
07-28-2004, 10:41 AM
[code:1:34f9f67933]Naz Comp Short Int

Settlement Date Total Short Interest Number of Securities
July 15, 2003 4,683,497,070 3,504
August 15, 2003 4,404,472,224 3,472
September 15, 2003 4,521,740,414 3,497
October 15, 2003 4,584,107,664 3,474
November 14, 2003 4,563,123,033 3,456
December 15, 2003 4,713,016,555 3,440
January 15, 2003 4,687,305,136 3,454
February 13, 2004 4,593,580,829 3,463
March 15, 2004 4,855,579,913 3,443
April 15, 2004 4,993,345,137 3,443
May 14, 2004 4,958,452,082 3,416
June 15, 2004 5,170,987,973 3,430
July 15, 2004 5,109,696,729 3,405 [/code:1:34f9f67933]

IIC
07-28-2004, 12:51 PM
BOT GRMN 36.65

IIC
07-28-2004, 02:43 PM
SLD GRMN 38.47

Websman
07-28-2004, 06:24 PM
SLD GRMN 38.47

Very impressive move IIC. Wish I could stay home and make a few trades like that. I did have a day off, a while back, and made a few dollars on IPIX.

keep up the good work!

IIC
07-29-2004, 02:16 AM
SLD GRMN 38.47

Very impressive move IIC. Wish I could stay home and make a few trades like that. I did have a day off, a while back, and made a few dollars on IPIX.

keep up the good work!

I BOT at home and SLD at work

IIC
07-29-2004, 02:17 AM
Wednesday's MoMo:


TASR UPL CYBE NVTL CRS IO PHI CTIM GDP NGPS CULS OMM WGA BEAV IWAV NVI ZONS STSI SOSA BUTL

IIC
07-29-2004, 02:31 AM
Nasdaq Support/Resistance


Resistance:

1999-Medium
1982
1970
1961
1942
1935
1902
1890-Weak
1872-1877
1862

Support:

1840
1829
1820-Weak
1783

QQQ:

Resistance:

36.40
36.10
35.90-Weak
35.65-Medium
35.45-Weak
34.85-Medium
34.45

Support:

34.00-34.05
33.70-33.75
33.50
32.35

IIC
07-29-2004, 02:47 AM
Defense Contracts Announced Wednesday

Notice RTN shows up a lot on these lists

NEW YORK (Dow Jones)--The U.S. Department of Defense announced the following contracts Wednesday:

Raytheon Co. (RTN) received a $15.7 million modification to a cost-plus-award-fee contract for PATRIOT Engineering Services. The work will be completed by Jan. 9, 2009.

The company also received an $11 million cost-plus fixed-fee contract to provide for research and development entitled "Electro-Optic Sensor Hardening". This work will be complete by August 2009.

Lockheed Martin Corp.'s (LMT) maritime systems and sensors unit received a $12.7 million, ceiling-priced order under a basic ordering agreement for the acquisition of 21 different parts in support of the APS-145 radar system used on the E2-C Aircraft. This contract will be completed November 2005.

Northrop Grumman Corp.'s (NOC) electronics systems unit received a $10 million modification to previously awarded contract for procurement of AN/PVS 17B and AN/PVS 17C mini night sights. The work will be completed by June 2006.

billyjoe
07-29-2004, 09:48 AM
IIC, Any thoughts on DDN ? I haven't had much luck with the ASE, but this one looks good. Thanks,
billyjoe

IIC
07-29-2004, 10:20 AM
Morning Winners:
SONSE SOHU ACLS SHPGY

Morning Losers:
CMX PTIX WFMI ESRX ESST TARO GM

IIC
07-29-2004, 10:24 AM
IIC, Any thoughts on DDN ? I haven't had much luck with the ASE, but this one looks good. Thanks,
billyjoe

Looks OK but I wouldn't get too excited...I'd look for something else

http://stockcharts.com/def/servlet/SC.web?c=ddn,uu[w,a]daclyimy[dc][pc20!c50!c200!f][vc50][iLl14!La12,26,9!Lh39,1!Lb14!Lc20!Lf][J801963,Y]&listNum=3

IIC
07-29-2004, 12:08 PM
Early MoMo...LUCY CYB TRA PGLAF EGY MGLN CLF GIVN ALDA AMXC ZEUS BBSI TNH BXX NVTL PNFP RRC EPEX WLV IO AKAM FLDR

Watch ACLS for a possible move on vol over 9.35

IIC
07-29-2004, 08:23 PM
Today's MoMo:

CLF OCLR MGLN PLMO ZEUS PKZ AMXC FLIR GBX TNH FHRX ARKR PKOH PMTI SIE SFCC GIVN ALDA VLO BOCH VTS RRC CENX ATI BBSI AKAM IPS NTMD PNFP TRGL WLV SVT IO TRA TOX TMR BAMM EGY PGLAF CFS NETP PLRB

IIC
07-29-2004, 08:40 PM
Nasdaq Support/Resistance For Friday


Resistance:

2025
1999
1982
1965-Medium
1942
1935
1902

Support:

1872-1877
1840
1829
1820-Weak
1783

QQQ:

Resistance:

36.35-Medium
36.10
35.90
35.65-Medium
35.45
34.85-Medium

Support:

34.40
34.00-34.05
33.70-33.75
33.50
32.35

IIC
07-29-2004, 08:58 PM
The U.S. Department of Defense announced the following contracts Thursday:

Lockheed Martin Corp. (LMT) received a $6.37 million cost-plus award-fee contract modification. This procurement revises the satellite launch dates and reestablishes a 90-day launch contingency. This work will be complete by December 2012.

The company also received a $14.8 million ceiling priced, advanced acquisition contract for long lead material and effort associated with the production and delivery of 8 Low Rate Initial Production III MH-60R weapon systems. The work will be completed in February 2005.

EG&G Technical Services Inc. (EGG.XX) received a $13.5 million firm fixed price with indefinite delivery/quantity type of contract for material distribution services including receipt, storage, issue and special functions for the Defense Logistics Agency. Performance completion date is expected to be November 30, 2009.

Bell-Boeing Joint Program Office, which is a joint venture of Textron Inc.'s (TXT) Bell Helicopter unit and Boeing Co. (BA), received a $7.57 million modification to a previously awarded cost-plus-award-fee contract to provide additional funds for the MV-22 Engineering and Manufacturing Development Program.

Washington Group International Inc. (WGII) received a $10 million delivery order as part of a $19.1 million cost-plus-award-fee contract for enhancement of the Azerbaijan Maritime Border Guard. The work will be finished by July 28, 2005.

IIC
07-30-2004, 12:24 PM
BOT DHB 15.39

Websman
07-30-2004, 05:55 PM
BOT DHB 15.39

I'd be interested in hearing your take on DHB. I sold DHB yesterday for a small profit, and was hoping to buy back on a dip.

IIC
07-30-2004, 06:09 PM
BOT DHB 15.39

I'd be interested in hearing your take on DHB. I sold DHB yesterday for a small profit, and was hoping to buy back on a dip.

Been pretty much consolidating for the past month...vol low mostly the last 10 days...Actually, my plan was to buy near 16 on a vol move...but, I think it will do that and I decided to get in early when I saw a brief vol spike this morning...Hoping for Blowout Guidance if I am still holing by then.

Websman
07-30-2004, 06:17 PM
Thanks for your reply! I still believe DHB will make a good move. I'll be keeping a close eye on the news and charts. The big question is...will I get a dip to buy back???

IIC
07-30-2004, 06:45 PM
Thanks for your reply! I still believe DHB will make a good move. I'll be keeping a close eye on the news and charts. The big question is...will I get a dip to buy back???

Depends on how big a dip you want...I could see up to a buck at the most unless some bad news comes out....But actually, I believe it will pretty much stay above 15 now

IIC
07-30-2004, 06:45 PM
Today's MoMo:

BGY CLF DWSN CRS GLBCE MEE PNFP ZEUS CALC OCLR ADBL NVI NPO NUS TMR SVT PROG TNH AMXC NSS MLR PQUE WGA PGLAF STSI SMXC

IIC
07-30-2004, 07:18 PM
TOP STORIES

CRUDE OIL SOARS, ENDING NEAR $44 A BARREL


Heightened uncertainty over future of leading Russian oil producer Yukos helps lift crude oil futures by more than $1 to new all-time high of $43.85 a barrel in New York. Rally comes after Moscow court rejects appeal by Yukos to lift an order forbidding it from selling its assets.

ECONOMIC GROWTH SLOWS IN 2Q

With energy prices rising, consumers put the brakes to spending in the 2Q, slowing growth in GDP to 3.0%, down from a revised 4.5% in the 1Q. But July University of Michigan consumer-sentiment index and Chicago PMI both rise.

SCHERING-PLOUGH SETTLES FRAUD PROBE

Drug maker pleads guilty to federal criminal charge that it defrauded Medicaid health insurance program for the poor and will pay $345.5 million to settle the case. Shares edge lower.

CHEVRONTEXACO 2Q NET SOARS

Momentum from soaring oil prices propel energy giant ChevronTexaco into another quarter of record earnings, filling the company's war chest as it boosts spending on its campaign to find more oil for the future. Shares edge higher.

NYSE TO UPDATE ELECTRONIC PLANS

Big Board will "soon" update plans for long-awaited improvements to its electronic-trading platform. New plan might include ability for electronic transactions not only at the best price, but also at quotes above or below the best price.

WHITE HOUSE TRIMS DEFICIT FORECAST

Bush administration projects 2004 budget deficit would hit record $445 billion, down from February estimate of $521 billion shortfall. White House also lowers its projection for budget deficit in fiscal 2005.

HALLIBURTON DEFENDS IRAN WORK

Maintains work in Iran is not only lawful, but ethically sound. Work has been criticized by some as exploiting loophole in U.S. sanctions, which bar Halliburton from directly working in Iran, a state sponsor of terrorism.

DEUTSCHE BANK 2Q DISAPPOINTS

Shares fall 2% in U.S. on lower-than-expected 15% rise in net profit to $790 million. Pretax profit also misses views despite rising 6.4% as net interest and trading sales fall 10%. Investment banking revenue falls 12%.

NATO AGREES TO TRAIN IRAQI FORCES

North Atlantic Treaty Organization countries agree to send a team to train Iraqi security forces after sidestepping dispute between U.S. and France over command of alliance operation. Advance team to leave as soon as possible.

ISLAMIC GROUP SAYS RESPONSIBLE FOR UZBEK ATTACKS

A group calling itself the Islamic Holy War Group in Uzbekistan claims responsibility for three suicide attacks in Uzbek capital, posting message on an Islamic Web site known for carrying statements from militant groups.

SUDAN REJECTS UN RESOLUTION

Rejects U.N. Security Council resolution, saying it conflicts with existing agreements. Resolution threatens diplomatic and economic "action" if Sudan doesn't disarm Arab militias blamed for killing thousands in Darfur region.

BRISTOL-MYERS PAYS $300M TO SETTLE SUIT

Agrees to settle class action lawsuit related to wholesaler inventory and other accounting matters, and relationship with ImClone. Bristol-Myers admits no wrongdoing and says pact doesn't affect government probes and other suits.

FDA SEES NO MORE BOSTON SCI STENT RECALLS

Says there is "no indication" it will order additional recalls of Boston Scientific's best-selling Taxus coronary stent as agency reviews whether two safety-related recalls of 96,200 stents are sufficient. Boston Sci shares rise 2%.

UNITEDHEALTH COMPLETES OXFORD DEAL

UnitedHealth Group completes its $4.9 billion acquisition of Oxford Health Plans earlier than originally anticipated and raises its earnings outlook for the year. Shares down 1%.

AMERICAN RAISES FARES, OTHERS FOLLOW

American Airlines raises fares by $10 roundtrip in most domestic markets to help offset higher fuel prices, and several other carriers have matched the boost, including Delta, ATA Airlines and Midwest Air.

CARLOS SLIM HELU BUYS MORE GLOBAL CROSSING

Mexican telecom and retail tycoon purchases 102,500 more common shares for between $15.94 and $17.35 a share. Acquisitions bring Slim Helu's stake to 19.9% of company's outstanding common stock, through Orient Star Holdings.

ARCHER-DANIELS FALLS ON 4Q LOSS

Shares drop 3% after Archer swings to 4Q loss, including $252 million charge to settle price fixing suit. But company says prospects for good U.S. soybean harvest this year, in contrast to last year's drought-stricken crop.

WENDY'S FALLS ON UBS DOWNGRADE

Fast food chain's shares slip 2% after analyst downgrades shares to neutral from buy, saying stronger marketing from competitors is taking a bite out of Wendy's profits.

ENRON'S RICE PLEADS GUILTY TO FRAUD

Kenneth Rice, former head of Enron Broadband Services, will pay $14.7 million to settle civil fraud charges with SEC. Rice pleads guilty to criminal charge of securities fraud and agrees to cooperate with federal prosecutors.

GLOBAL TRADE DEAL CLOCK TICKING

Trade negotiators facing a late night deadline tonight frantically seek common ground in hopes of agreeing on a framework for a new global trade treaty they claim would boost the world economy.

CITIGROUP MULLS OVERSEAS ACQUISITIONS

To reach its goal of booking half its profit from international operations within next few years, Citigroup is likely to make acquisitions that could include big European bank, says chairman and CEO of Citigroup International.



LATE TRADING
RJR Dips; Distributed Energy Plunges

R.J. Reynolds shares slip in late session as company says merger with Brown & Williamson Tobacco is completed. Distributed Energy Systems tumbles 27% after Proton Energy Systems unit says GE has terminated its distribution deal.


CHARTING TRENDS
Crude Barrels Up To Potential Top

New all-time high for Nymex crude is of course bullish, and current uptrend implies more record highs to come. But market's upside momentum is in fact slowing, and contract is now vulnerable to corrective dip, writes Stephen Cox.

============ U.S. MARKETS ACTION ===========
DJIA up 10.47 points to 10139.71
NASDAQ up 6.30 points to 1887.36
S&P 500 up 1.29 points to 1101.72
10-year T-note up 2/32 at 102 05/32 yield 4.475
NYMEX Spot Crude up $1.05 at $43.80/bbl at close
Dollar/Euro down 0.0023 at 1.2019

IIC
07-30-2004, 07:45 PM
Defense Contracts Announced Friday



The following contracts were announced by the U.S. Department of Defense Friday.

BAE Systems PLC (BA.LN) received a $26.5 million Army order to provide CXM-7 explosive. Work is expected to be completed by July 2005.

Northrop Grumman Corp. (NOC) received a $25.5 million Navy order for E-2 upgrade kits for Japan under the Foreign Military Sales Program. Work is expected to be completed in December 2006.

Lockheed Martin Corp. (LMT) is being awarded an $11.5 million contract modification by the Navy for design and configuration of a J5 Japanese Computer Program Test Site equipment suite, under the Foreign Military Sales Program. Work is expected to be completed by March 2006.

Computer Sciences Corp. (CSC) received a contract from the Missile Defense Agency to provide scientific, engineering and technical assistance support. The contract, with a 12-month base period plus two option years, has a potential 3-year value of $23.5 million.

Lockheed Martin received an $8.7 million contract modification from the Air Force for incorporation of the gun structures, ventilation and sealing change modifications into the Lot 3 Aircraft. This work will be complete by January 2006.

IIC
08-01-2004, 01:35 AM
Is this a joke???

http://www.investors.com/certification/

Did you also hear that IBD is considering an alert service?

I happen to know for a fact that IBD subscriptions are falling fast. I guess WON figures he may as well squeeze as much as he can out of the diehards.

I wonder how much they would charge if you just want to take the exam and skip the course???

Websman
08-01-2004, 11:30 AM
Become a "certified" canslim expert??? :shock:

Now that's funny!!! So does that mean I can become an expert at losing money? I see the cost is only $6,995! Wow! What a bargain!!! Yep, that guarantees I'll lose money.

It sure sounds like WON is starting to get desperate for business. Maybe this bear market will end soon where canslim can actually work again.

I'll probably keep my IBD subscription, but I believe I'll keep trading my way.

So...who's going to fork out their $6,995 to become a canslim expert?

IIC
08-01-2004, 11:42 AM
I got to thinking...Maybe I'll come up with a home study course with an exam at the end. If you pass the exam I'll send you a certificate suitable for framing...Plus, I'll even pay to have your name printed in IBD...all for only $495.00...YOU SAVE $6,500.00.

What should I call it?...CAN'T SLIM???

Websman
08-01-2004, 05:27 PM
I got to thinking...Maybe I'll come up with a home study course with an exam at the end. If you pass the exam I'll send you a certificate suitable for framing...Plus, I'll even pay to have your name printed in IBD...all for only $495.00...YOU SAVE $6,500.00.

What should I call it?...CAN'T SLIM???

That's a savings of $6005.00!!! :shock:

SIGN ME UP!!!

IIC
08-01-2004, 06:57 PM
I got to thinking...Maybe I'll come up with a home study course with an exam at the end. If you pass the exam I'll send you a certificate suitable for framing...Plus, I'll even pay to have your name printed in IBD...all for only $495.00...YOU SAVE $6,500.00.

What should I call it?...CAN'T SLIM???

That's a savings of $6005.00!!! :shock:

SIGN ME UP!!!

Webs...I think you are a pretty cool guy(or woman???...not really sure)...but you need to get a new calculator...$6,995 - $495=$6,500

Websman
08-01-2004, 07:37 PM
I got to thinking...Maybe I'll come up with a home study course with an exam at the end. If you pass the exam I'll send you a certificate suitable for framing...Plus, I'll even pay to have your name printed in IBD...all for only $495.00...YOU SAVE $6,500.00.

What should I call it?...CAN'T SLIM???

That's a savings of $6005.00!!! :shock:

SIGN ME UP!!!

Webs...I think you are a pretty cool guy(or woman???...not really sure)...but you need to get a new calculator...$6,995 - $495=$6,500

My wife says I'm a guy...lol

By golly, you're right!!! It does come out to $6,500! And to think...I spent all that time in grade school and received my 6th grade diploma...for what?

IIC
08-01-2004, 07:58 PM
After I posted that I got to thinking...It is Websman...not "WebsWoman"...Anyway, doesn't matter to me one way or the other...You seem like a good person.

Websman
08-01-2004, 08:35 PM
We must think alike...

I read a post you made on the IBD board where you said you trade through a tax deferred account. I do the about the same thing. I have a sharebuilder account which is tax deferred. I'll have to pay tax when I retire, but until then, I'll keep trading with Uncle Sam's money.

IIC
08-01-2004, 09:00 PM
We must think alike...

I read a post you made on the IBD board where you said you trade through a tax deferred account. I do the about the same thing. I have a sharebuilder account which is tax deferred. I'll have to pay tax when I retire, but until then, I'll keep trading with Uncle Sam's money.

My accounts are as follows...ROTH IRA which I could not contribute to this past year, My wife's IRA, An old Rollover IRA and a cash account...I had another cash account which I closed last year...It was for Penny Stocks...didn't work out that well...But it was sorta fun!

New-born baby
08-01-2004, 09:23 PM
Gentlemen,

Could you help me? I have five children. Each has his own account to help save for college. The three oldest have $1,000; the two youngest have $500. Is there anyway to avoid paying taxes as these are to be college funds.

Also, any advice about my own personal account and saving on taxes would be appreciated.

IIC
08-01-2004, 09:40 PM
New Born...I don't really know that much about it...but for info you can start here:

http://www.savingforcollege.com/

I won't vouch for the accuracy of the site though 'cause I don't know that much about it...Best, IIC

New-born baby
08-01-2004, 10:10 PM
IIC,

Thank you!

IIC
08-02-2004, 03:09 PM
WESTBURY, N.Y., Aug 2, 2004 /PRNewswire-FirstCall via COMTEX/ -- DHB Industries Inc. (Amex: DHB), the market leader in the rapidly growing protective body armor industry, announced today it plans to release its financial results for the second quarter ended June 30, 2004 after the market close on Thursday, August 5, 2004. Subsequent to the release, DHB will discuss its results during a conference call to be broadcast live over the Internet starting at 4:30 p.m. eastern standard time.

Websman
08-02-2004, 05:25 PM
Well it looks like you were right about DHB... :shock:

Keep up the good work and enjoy the profit!

IIC
08-02-2004, 05:52 PM
Today's MoMo...

NTMD AH FKL CLF WBNK CGLA DECK DHB IST BTHS PNFP ZEUS SFCC SNDA DWSN EXM TRA TLWT FHRX PKOH NVI CYB LUB HOLL SMSI TUNE PGLAF ZONS LPTH

IIC
08-02-2004, 06:44 PM
Naz, New Highs, High RS, Closed Up on at least 1.5x ADV...

AMXC SNDA OCLR SFCC ZEUS PNFP DECK NTMD

Naz, New Highs, Any RS, Closed Up on at least 2x ADV...

NTMD BMHC DECK PNFP ZEUS DBLE IFNY ATPG OCLR EWBC TWTI UEIC GNRL AMXC

IIC
08-02-2004, 06:55 PM
[code:1:096f8f2017]Final Nasdaq Indexes Composite 1892.09 Up 4.73

. High Low Last Change
Comp 1893.13 1869.66 1892.09 Up 4.73
Inds 1560.87 1540.19 1560.87 Dn 2.48
Bank 2859.19 2830.13 2859.16 Up 8.12
Insr 2997.41 2972.82 2996.97 Up 1.06
Ofin 3131.66 3088.86 3131.66 Up 5.20
Tran 1846.07 1813.22 1846.07 Up 12.50
Telecom 173.58 170.39 173.18 Up 3.37

NYSE Composite Market Diary

. Today Prev Day
Advanced 1,944 2,050
Declined 1,291 1,189
Unchanged 159 141
Total Issues 3,394 3,380
New Highs 63 64
New Lows 40 24

DOW JONES STOCK AVERAGES CLOSING RANGE

. OPEN HIGH LOW CLOSE CHANGE
IND 10108.81 10224.29 10063.75 10179.16 UP 39.45
TRN 3105.46 3143.76 3076.19 3134.15 UP 22.46
UTL 281.09 284.01 279.46 282.73 UP 1.42
65 2999.07 3033.54 2980.85 3021.24 UP 15.10

Dow Jones Market Diary

.Today's summary of the movement
of components of the Dow Jones
Stock Averages-
Advanced Declined Unchanged
30 Indus 24 6
20 Transp 11 8 1
15 Utils 10 4 1
65 Stocks 45 18 2
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IIC
08-02-2004, 07:19 PM
6pm News Report

TOP STORIES

US STOCKS RISE, SHAKING OFF TERROR FEARS


After a wobbly start, U.S. stocks end higher, with investors having little reaction to heightened terrorist threat, which included New York Stock Exchange among its objectives. DJIA gains 39.45 points to 10179.16, while Nasdaq rises 4.73 to 1892.09. Financial institutions identified as targets operate under stepped-up security. Read Special Summary on Terror Alert.

NYSE SEEKS TO EXPAND ELECTRONIC TRADE

Proposal submitted to SEC seeks "hybrid" market that would greatly expand investors' ability to have trades executed electronically without interference from exchange's floor members.

US MANUFACTURING RISES IN JULY

Institute for Supply Management index of manufacturing activity rebounds to 62.0 in July, vs. 61.1 in June. But Commerce Department says construction spending in June suffered its first decrease in five months as residential outlays tumbled.

ADOBE SYSTEMS BOOSTS 3Q FORECASTS

Shares rise 4% in late trading after Adobe raises its 3Q earnings guidance to 36c-41c a share, citing higher revenue from its Adobe Photoshop, Creative Suite and Acrobat software.

PRICELINE.COM FALLS ON 3Q FORECAST

Internet travel firm's shares drop 11% late after it says it expects 3Q pro-forma earnings of 25c-30c a share, below 31c expected by Wall Street. Priceline also reports 2Q net of $12.8 million, or 32c a share, 1c above analysts' expectations.

PROCTER & GAMBLE GAINS ON 4Q, OUTLOOK

Shares climb 2% after consumer product giant posts 44% increase in 4Q earnings on 19% jump in sales to $12.96 billion. P&G also says it expects to continue double-digit earnings growth for fiscal year.

CORINTHIAN COLLEGES FALLS ON WARNINGS

Shares plunge 45% after education firm lowers revenue and earnings forecasts for 4Q and full year, citing higher costs related to marketing and advertising and negative publicity surrounding lawsuits filed by former students.

FORD CREDIT TO OFFER LOANS IN CHINA

Ford joins elite club of auto makers, announcing it has won approval to provide loans to customers in China. New venture will invest initial $60 million for capital requirements, and is part of company's $1 billion China expansion plan.

JC PENNEY GAINS ON BUYBACK PLAN

Retailer's shares edge higher after it says it will use proceeds from sale of Eckerd and existing cash to buy back up to $3 billion in common stock and retire $2.3 billion in debt in 2004 and 2005. Says July same-store sales rose 8.1%.

COX SOARS ON PLAN TO TAKE IT PRIVATE

Shares jump 20% after controlling family, which owns 62% equity stake in Cox, unveils proposal to acquire Cox's publicly held 38% stake for $32 a share in cash, or $7.9 billion. Buyout is proving a vote of confidence for cable sector.

CABLEVISION RISES ON COX PROPOSAL

Shares gain 10% as proposed buyout of rival cable operator Cox Communications renews speculation Cablevision will be taken out in an acquisition.

DIRECTV BUYS PEGASUS ASSETS FOR $875M

Agrees to acquire Pegasus Communications' bankrupt satellite-TV business for $875 million in cash, increasing per-subscriber offer it made before Pegasus unit filed for Chapter 11. Pegasus shares gain 1%; DirecTV adds 2%.

FIFTH THIRD BUY INCREASES SOUTHERN PRESENCE

Fifth Third's $1.58 billion acquisition of First National Bankshares of Florida will give it more than 90 offices and more than $6 billion in managed assets in Florida. Fifth Third shares edge lower; First National adds 36%.

REYNOLDS GAINS AS 2Q NET DOUBLES

Shares of Reynolds American, holding company formed by merger of R.J. Reynolds and Brown & Williamson's U.S. unit, rise 3% after R.J. Reynolds' net climbs to $151 million from a year-ago period hampered by restructuring costs.

NISSAN SEES TITAN SALES UP AFTER REBATE

A month after slapping a $1,000 rebate on its new Titan full-size pickup, Nissan is seeing rising sales, putting auto maker more or less on track to hit its target of selling 100,000 Titans in its current fiscal year.

AMERICAN AIRLINES ENDS FARE HIKE PLAN

Airline gives up on proposed fare increases after some carriers decline to match hikes on all their seats. American decides to follow United Airlines in making new round of price cuts on some routes. Shares fall 2%.

FRANKLIN PAYS $50M IN SEC SETTLEMENT

Under deal, Franklin Advisers will pay $20 million fine and return $30 million to shareholders SEC says were harmed by rapid trading, which isn't illegal but can hurt long-term fund holders by raising costs and lowering performance.

BOSTON SCI GETS NEW STENT COMPLAINT

Receives report of "slow-deflating" balloon in non-recalled batch of coronary stents, but says apparatus not defective. Medical community and analysts watching closely for problems after limited recall on July 16. Shares lose 2%.

INVISION DROPS AS PROBE DELAYS GE DEAL

Screening-equipment maker's shares fall 12% as looming Dept. of Justice and SEC investigations may delay GE's $900 million acquisition of company.

UNOCAL 2Q NET DOUBLES

Oil and gas firm's income rises to $341 million, or $1.25 a share, aided by higher commodity prices and lower exploration costs. Excluding items, adjusted EPS improves to 86c a share, 10c above views. Shares fall 4%.

COLLINS & AIKMAN 2Q HURT BY HIGH COSTS

Restructuring efforts, high launch costs and rising steel prices lead Collins & Aikman to report 2Q loss of $29.7 million, but company officials say many of those problems won't occur in coming quarters. Shares up 2%.



WHITE HOUSE WATCH
Bush Walks Fine Line On 9/11 Report

Recommendations place president in awkward position of saying he backs them, while also fending off accusations he should have acted earlier. Bush tries to make point he has already done much to make country safer.


LATE TRADING
Priceline Plunges; Adobe Gains

Shares of Priceline.com plummet after online travel agent issues 3Q earnings forecast that misses Wall Street targets. Adobe Systems adds 4% after company says it expects to beat its fiscal 3Q targets on higher-than-expected revenue.

IIC
08-02-2004, 07:43 PM
Pretty simplistic and I'm not vouching for this guy or anything...but lets hope he's right:

http://www.tsupitero.com/images/nasdaq.GIF

IIC
08-02-2004, 09:10 PM
Support/Resistance

Nasdaq

Resistance:

2025
1999
1980
1965-Medium
1935-Medium
1919
1902

Support:

1872-1877
1840
1829
1820-Weak
1783

QQQ:

Resistance:

37.10-Medium
36.60
36.35-Medium
36.15
35.90
35.55

Support:

34.85
34.35
34.05-Medium
33.75
33.50
32.35

IIC
08-03-2004, 01:08 AM
LTON should kick it tomorrow :D

IIC
08-03-2004, 09:46 AM
Morning News

08:30 ET Personal Spending -0.7% vs -0.1% consensus :
08:30 ET Personal Income +0.2% vs +0.3% consensus :

08:15 ET Cal-Maine Foods trades up 1.70 pts on buyback announcement... stock No 1 on Briefing.com Short Interest List (CALM) 11.51: -- Update -- Issue surges 15% in pre-market in reaction to news co's board has authorized the repurchase of up to two million shares of the Company's Common Stock at open market prices by July 31, 2005... Briefing.com Note: If the entire amount were repurchased, this would represent a significant amount of the heavily shorted float. CALM was listed as No 1 name (based on short-interest ratio) on Briefing.com's recent list of "Top 20 List of Most Attractive Short-Squeeze Candidates"...

08:09 ET AMEDISYS Inc beats by $0.07, guides Y04 above consensus (AMED) 27.36: Reports Q2 (Jun) earnings of $0.39 per share, $0.07 better than the Reuters Estimates consensus of $0.32; net service revenues rose 76.7% year/year to $56.9 mln vs the $51.9 mln consensus. Company issues upside guidance for Y04 (Dec), sees EPS of $1.43-1.49, vs. Reuters Estimates consensus of $1.32, and revenues to exceed $215 mln, vs consensus of $208.1 mln.

08:04 ET Quality Systems beats by $0.08 (QSII) 46.01: Reports Q1 (Jun) earnings of $0.51 per share, $0.08 better than the Reuters Estimates consensus of $0.43; revenues rose 23.3% year/year to $20.1 mln vs the $19.5 mln consensus.

07:57 ET Green Mtn Coffee beats by $0.06 (GMCR) 18.61: Co reports Q3 (Jun) EPS of $0.26, $0.06 better than the Reuters consensus (2 analysts) of $0.20; revenue rose 19% yoy to $31.3 mln vs the $30.1 mln consensus. Co expects Q4 (Sep) EPS of $0.23-$0.27 vs consensus of $0.27.

07:33 ET Emerson beats by $0.06, raises Y04 guidance (EMR) 60.80: Reports Q3 (Jun) earnings from continuing operations of $0.81 per share, $0.06 better than the Reuters Estimates consensus of $0.75; revenues rose 13.0% year/year to $4.04 bln vs the $3.87 bln consensus. Company also raises guidance for Y04 (Sep), now sees EPS of approx $2.90 vs. Reuters Estimates consensus of $2.83 and previous guidance of $2.75-2.85.

07:10 ET Brookstone Reports Q2 comps; raises guidance (BKST) 17.19: Company reports Q2 comparable store sales rose 13.3%. Company raises Q2 EPS guidance to a loss of $0.03-0.04 from the previously announced range of a loss of $0.04-0.06 vs the Reuters Estimates consensus loss of $0.04.

07:03 ET Coach beats by $0.03, guides Q105 above consensus, raises Y05 guidance (COH) 43.04: Reports Q4 (Jun) earnings of $0.34 per share, $0.03 better than the Reuters Estimates consensus of $0.31; revenues rose 46.0% year/year to $338.1 mln vs the $333.3 mln consensus. Company issues upside guidance for Q1 (Sep), sees EPS of at least $0.30, vs. Reuters Estimates consensus of $0.29, and revenues of at least $330 mln, vs consensus of $320.3 mln. Co also raises Y05 guidance

06:47 ET EOG Resources beats by $0.09 (EOG) 63.54: Reports Q2 (Jun) earnings of $1.04 per share, $0.09 better than the Reuters Estimates consensus of $0.95; revenues fell 88.0% year/year to $51 mln vs the $483.5 mln consensus.
06:44 ET Manitowoc beats by $0.03, guides Y04 EPS slightly below consensus (MTW) 33.80: Reports

IIC
08-03-2004, 09:51 AM
LTON

http://biz.yahoo.com/prnews/040802/cnm005_1.html

:)...IIC

IIC
08-03-2004, 04:47 PM
BOT ALTH

Websman
08-03-2004, 07:00 PM
I'll be considerin LTON and ALTH. Thanks for the tips!

Did you sell DHB for a quick profit or will you hold through earnings for more profits???

I may buy back in the morning, since it pulled back a little.

Good luck!

IIC
08-03-2004, 07:16 PM
I'll be considerin LTON and ALTH. Thanks for the tips!

Did you sell DHB for a quick profit or will you hold through earnings for more profits???

I may buy back in the morning, since it pulled back a little.

Good luck!

Still have DHB. LTON annouces tomorrow...I tried to get out of ALTH the last 10 seconds...missed...but I will be watching at the open real close...It was strictly a news play. You can look at a one min chart and see when the news came out...it took off to 2.20 from 1.65 in about 9 mins...that's when I saw it...then it came back to 1.89...when it started up again I BOT.

We'll see at the open.

IIC
08-03-2004, 07:16 PM
TOP STORIES

OIL PRICES RISE TO ANOTHER RECORD SETTLEMENT


Crude futures reach highest settlement on record for third straight day, ending at $44.15 a barrel, as traders continue to fret that global oil production is losing pace with demand. Most analysts don't believe highs are in yet for crude, and while estimates vary, many lean toward market top of $45-$50 a barrel.

GM, FORD SALES FALL; CHRYSLER SALES RISE

Ford's July U.S. sales fall 4.1% on lower demand for passenger cars, while GM sales slip 3% from strong year-ago period. DaimlerChrysler total group sales in U.S. climb 6% from year ago. Ford, Chrysler and GM shares drop slightly.

HALLIBURTON SETTLES SEC PROBE

Halliburton agrees to pay $7.5 million civil penalty, reflecting SEC's view that it didn't turn over requested documents quickly, but formal investigation finds an accounting change did not violate generally accepted accounting principles.

FIDELITY SETTLES WITH SEC, NYSE

Fidelity Brokerage Services will pay $2 million in fines to securities regulators to settle claims its employees deliberately altered and destroyed branch-office records before internal inspections in 2001 and 2002.

BRISTOL-MYERS TO SETTLE WITH SEC

Expected to pay more than $75 million to settle charges that drug maker boosted sales by more than $2.5 billion over several-year period through improper accounting, reports The Wall Street Journal.

US CONSUMPTION DIVES; INCOME GAINS

Consumption declines 0.7% in June after rising 1.0% in May, marking steepest drop since Sept. 2001. Decrease worse than 0.1% fall economists had forecast. Personal income grows 0.2% in June, meeting views, after rising 0.6% in May.

PRUDENTIAL 2Q NET SOARS, TOPS VIEWS

Financial services division posts income of $519 million, or $1.02 a share, as revenue rises 6.6% to $5.06 billion. Operating EPS of 97c handily tops analysts' forecasts for 78c. Prudential says it sees 2004 EPS of $3.15-$3.25.

VALUECLICK PLUNGES ON 3Q FORECAST

Shares tumble 25% in late trading after company reports 2Q earnings of $5.5 million, or 7c a share, topping Wall Street estimates by a penny. But ValueClick says it expects 3Q earnings below analysts' views.

INTERACTIVECORP 2Q NET FALLS 25%

Shares drop 7% late after IAC/InterActiveCorp's income falls to $70 million, or 9c a share. Internet retailer also says it expects 2004 operating income to be $1 billion, at low end of company's forecasted range.

SPITZER TO SUE EXPRESS SCRIPTS

New York State Attorney General Eliot Spitzer expected to file complaint tomorrow involving company's contract to provide pharmacy benefit services to employees of New York State.

WACHOVIA EVERGREEN UNIT FACES SEC CHARGES

Confirms SEC may bring enforcement action against it and other entities over improper mutual-fund trading. Wachovia says SEC mulling charges against it for disclosure issues related to First Union merger. Wachovia edges lower.

TYCO PROFIT UP 63% ON RESTRUCTURING

Shares edge higher after company posts fiscal 3Q net of $922.6 million, or 43c a share, as restructuring starts to pay off. Tyco also says it's considering dividend boost, share buybacks and return to acquisitions in upcoming quarters.

TENET FALLS ON LOSS; CEO SEES PROGRESS

Shares drop 3% after troubled hospital operator's 2Q loss more than doubles, and its CFO decides to quit. Chief Executive Trevor Fetter says company is making steady headway in its turnaround.

TOYOTA DELAYS LUXURY HYBRID SUV LAUNCH

Auto maker delaying launch of luxury gasoline-electric hybrid sport-utility vehicle until Feb. or March of next year to allow engineers more time to evaluate vehicle and to build up inventory to deal with expected strong demand

ANTHEM SUES CALIF INSURANCE COMMISSIONER

Health insurance company sues to overturn ruling by John Garamendi that effectively blocked its pending acquisition of managed healthcare company WellPoint Health Networks.

QWEST DIVES; 2Q LOSS BALLOONS ON CHARGES

Shares sink 20% after company posts $776 million loss on array of charges totaling $487 million, related in part to higher litigation reserves and by increased competition. Revenue falls 4% to $3.44 billion.

PAKISTAN ARRESTS 2 AL-QAIDA LEADERS

A breathtaking sweep against al-Qaida's vast web of operatives in Pakistan widens, with government announcing the arrests of two "high-level" al-Qaida terrorists, including one with a multimillion dollar U.S. bounty on his head.

7 IRAQI SECURITY PERSONNEL KILLED

Insurgent bombers and gunmen kill four Iraqi national guardsmen, a police chief and two policemen in the militants' unrelenting attacks against the country's security forces.

PRICELINE.COM FALLS ON 3Q FORECAST

Internet travel firm's shares drop 14% a day after it said it expects 3Q pro-forma earnings of 25c-30c a share, below 31c expected by Wall Street. Priceline reported 2Q net of $12.8 million, or 32c a share, edging views.

PFIZER SUES TO STOP BOGUS VIAGRA SALES

Drug maker files suit against three companies and two individuals operating Web sites that allegedly sell fake versions of popular impotence drug.


LATE TRADING
InterActiveCorp Falls; iVillage Gains

InterActiveCorp falls 7% in late session after company says 2004 operating income will probably be at low end of company's forecasted range. iVillage climbs 5% after company reports break-even earnings for 2Q.


FED WATCH
9/11 Didn't Diminish US Work Ethic

While attacks triggered thoughts for some of quitting soul-draining jobs or putting in fewer hours at office, Atlanta Fed study finds Americans actually worked more hours in difficult stretch following attacks in New York and D.C.

============ U.S. MARKETS ACTION ===========
DJIA down 58.92 points to 10120.24
NASDAQ down 32.67 points to 1859.42
S&P 500 down 6.93 points to 1099.69
10-year T-note up 6/32 at 102 17/32 yield 4.427
NYMEX Spot Crude up $0.33 at $44.15/bbl at close
Dollar/Euro down 0.0009 at 1.2047

IIC
08-03-2004, 07:42 PM
Today's MoMo:

SEB FKL PETD AMED UPL IPS BPT REXI EXM TLCX NGPS GDP BGY CALM PNFP ARKR NUS PHI HSVLY TLWT IST TEAM UFPT MEM ATPG TRGL EGY WSTF NVI PGLAF

IIC
08-03-2004, 08:03 PM
[code:1:380d916dff]Analysts' Highest-Rated Stocks



This is a weekly ranking by First Call of the highest-rated stocks, based
on analyst comments contributed within the past month to First Call's
database.

To be included on the list, a company must be rated by at least five
analysts.

First Call Consensus Recommendation Scale

1 = Buy

2 = Buy/Hold

3 = Hold

4 = Hold/Sell

5 = Sell


Most Attractive Issues
---- ---------- ------
Latest # Analysts Previous
Consensus Covering Consensus

(PCTI) 1.0 6 1.3
(KERX) 1.1 7 1.0
(EPIC) 1.2 6 1.3
(CLDN) 1.2 6 1.1
(DOVP) 1.2 5 1.3
(DNET) 1.2 5 1.6
(MRTN) 1.2 5 1.3
(DRL) 1.2 5 1.0
(VCBI) 1.2 5 1.0
(ULBI) 1.2 5 1.3
(PERY) 1.2 5 1.0
(XRAY) 1.2 5 1.6
(STSA) 1.2 5 1.0
(MSM) 1.2 5 1.0
(SAH) 1.2 5 1.8
(ELBO) 1.3 9 1.4
(EPL) 1.3 9 1.4
(SINT) 1.3 7 1.2
(MOGN) 1.3 7 1.4
(ET) 1.3 7 1.4
(PGNX) 1.3 6 1.4
(MDU) 1.3 6 1.2
(APCS) 1.3 6 1.2
(CCBI) 1.3 6 1.4
(WITS) 1.3 6 1.4
(SPN) 1.3 6 1.7
(NCT) 1.3 6 1.4
(TKLC) 1.4 10 1.6
(AVID) 1.4 9 1.6
(TTI) 1.4 8 1.6
(MLS) 1.4 8 1.5
(AVCT) 1.4 7 1.3
(PTEK) 1.4 7 1.3
(TMO) 1.4 7 1.6
(ORB) 1.4 7 1.7
(GTNA) 1.4 5 1.8
(NDSN) 1.4 5 1.3
(DSCO) 1.4 5 1.3
(CEDC) 1.4 5 1.5
(RCRC) 1.4 5 1.2
(BKST) 1.4 5 1.3
(CENT) 1.4 5 1.3
(BNN) 1.4 5 1.4
(MATK) 1.4 5 1.0
(PDC) 1.4 5 1.6
(WRNC) 1.4 5 1.3
(BCII) 1.4 5 1.5
(WR) 1.4 5 1.5
(THO) 1.4 5 1.7
(XPRSA) 1.4 5 1.8
(CACS) 1.4 5 1.5
(EASI) 1.4 5 1.3
(AMV) 1.4 5 1.5
(JAH) 1.4 5 1.8
(ACA) 1.4 5 1.6
(KIND) 1.4 5 1.5
(FSH) 1.4 5 1.5
(LIOX) 1.4 5 1.6
(TYC) 1.5 14 1.6
(WSH) 1.5 13 1.4
(RI) 1.5 11 1.4
(SFD) 1.5 10 1.6
(ENCY) 1.5 8 1.4
(CHRD) 1.5 8 1.6
(TRID) 1.5 8 1.4
(FQVLF) 1.5 6 1.4
(RPM) 1.5 6 1.8
(BKBOF) 1.5 6 1.6
(HUG) 1.5 6 1.7
(JILL) 1.5 6 1.7
(BDY) 1.5 6 1.6
(CTRP) 1.5 6 1.6
(OZRK) 1.5 6 1.8
(SCST) 1.5 6 1.4
(UWN) 1.5 6 1.7
[/code:1:380d916dff]

[code:1:380d916dff]Analysts' Lowest-Rated Stocks



This is a weekly ranking by First Call of the Lowest-rated stocks, based
on analyst comments contributed within the past month to First Call's
database.

To be included on the list, a company must be rated by at least five
analysts.

First Call Consensus Recommendation Scale

1 = Buy

2 = Buy/Hold

3 = Hold

4 = Hold/Sell

5 = Sell


Least Attractive Issues
---- ---------- ------
Latest # Analysts Previous
Consensus Covering Consensus

(MSO) 4.4 5 4.3
(PCU) 4.0 5 3.8
(SPOT) 4.0 5 4.2
(INFO) 4.0 5 4.2
(ACAI) 4.0 8 4.1
(WIN) 4.0 8 3.9
(EK) 3.9 10 4.0
(CLP) 3.8 5 4.2
(PDQ) 3.8 5 3.6
(ALO) 3.8 5 3.4
(EEX) 3.8 5 3.6
(PAL) 3.8 6 3.7
(WTNY) 3.8 6 4.0
(SUI) 3.8 6 3.6
(STFC) 3.8 6 3.5
(PPS) 3.8 13 3.9
(EDS) 3.8 21 3.7
(T) 3.8 27 3.9
(ADVS) 3.7 6 3.5
(FGP) 3.7 6 3.6
(PGL) 3.7 9 3.4
(HIW) 3.7 9 3.6
(DSGX) 3.7 9 3.6
(LVLT) 3.7 11 3.8
(RYG) 3.7 11 3.8
(GBP) 3.7 11 3.8
(AIV) 3.7 15 3.6
(GAP) 3.6 5 3.5
(DSFB) 3.6 5 3.5
(MSW) 3.6 5 2.8
(LAB) 3.6 5 3.8
(PZE) 3.6 7 3.5
(MGM) 3.6 12 3.3
(MXO) 3.6 16 3.3
(CHTR) 3.6 16 3.5
(BBOX) 3.5 6 3.3
(TRH) 3.5 6 3.2
(GLYN) 3.5 6 3.4
(SUP) 3.5 10 3.3
(BLDP) 3.5 11 3.4
(TE) 3.5 13 3.6
(DMRC) 3.4 5 2.4
(PWI) 3.4 5 3.5
(CSG) 3.4 5 3.8
(RLRN) 3.4 5 3.3
(DQE) 3.4 5 3.3
(AAII) 3.4 5 3.3
(FCTR) 3.4 5 3.0
(DRRX) 3.4 5 3.8
(MICT) 3.4 5 3.6
(UST) 3.4 7 3.6
(AKS) 3.4 7 3.1
(SWC) 3.4 7 3.5
(OMI) 3.4 7 3.6
(PVX) 3.4 8 3.6
(PTF) 3.4 8 3.3
(GAS) 3.4 8 3.5
(TAC) 3.4 9 3.3
(DDS) 3.4 9 3.7
(WGL) 3.4 9 3.5
(GLK) 3.4 11 3.3
(BEL) 3.4 11 3.0
(EP) 3.4 11 3.3
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Major Stock Market Indexes

[code:1:380d916dff].DOW JONES CLOSING AVERAGES: DJIA10120.24 DN 58.92
30 INDUS 10120.24 DN 58.92 OR 0.58 %
20 TRANSP 3120.54 DN 13.61 OR 0.43 %
15 UTILS 283.25 UP 0.52 OR 0.18 %
65 STOCKS 3009.05 DN 12.19 OR 0.40 %

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THE DOW JONES EQUITY MARKET INDEX CLOSED AT 259.38, DN 1.78
POINTS, OR 0.68%, FROM THE PRIOR CLOSE. THE VOLUME FOR THE
STOCKS IN THE INDEX TOTALED 1,540,288,000. [/code:1:380d916dff]

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[code:1:380d916dff]4 PM NYSE COMMON STOCK INDEX
TODAY PREV DAY
9 30-4 15 1,338,310,000 1,276,070,000
4 15 PM NYSE COMMON STOCK INDEX
NYSE COMPOSITE 6402.71 DN 23.69
NYSE WORLD LDRS 5057.00 DN 12.24
NYSE US 100 5581.13 DN 13.80
INTERNATIONAL 100 4255.24 DN 9.96
NYSE TMT 4675.13 DN 40.89
FINANCIAL 6532.45 DN 25.93
ENERGY 7126.79 UP 75.08
HEALTH CARE 5744.68 DN 10.54 [/code:1:380d916dff]
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[code:1:380d916dff]FINAL NASDAQ INDICES COMPOSITE 1859.42 DN 32.67
HIGH LOW LAST CHG
COMP 1887.57 1859.17 1859.42 DN 32.67
INDS 1558.37 1531.67 1531.75 DN 29.12
BANK 2851.21 2831.93 2837.37 DN 21.79
INSR 3000.50 2980.83 2990.71 DN 6.26
OFIN 3133.46 3108.17 3108.17 DN 23.49
TRAN 1851.63 1827.49 1827.57 DN 18.50
TELECOM 173.44 170.33 170.33 DN 2.85 [/code:1:380d916dff]
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[code:1:380d916dff]SELECTED STOCK MARKET INDEXES
2004 CHANGE PCTGE 2003
2004 CHANGE PCTGE 2003
S&P 500 1099.69 DN 6.93 DN 0.63 965.46
VALUE LINE 349.73 DN 4.42 DN 1.25 302.10

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NM COMPOSITE 840.04 DN 14.88

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AMEX CLOSING INDEX 1251.05 UP 2.00

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LONDON FTSE 100 4429.70 UP 14.00
TOKYO NIKKEI 225 11,140.57 DN 81.67[/code:1:380d916dff]

[code:1:380d916dff]Dow Jones U.S. Total Market Indexes Aug. 3, 2004

.INDEX CLOSE NET CHG %CHG
DJ US Total Market 259.38 -1.78 -0.68
DJ US Large-Cap 237.46 -1.33 -0.56
DJ US Mid-Cap 313.79 -3.02 -0.95
DJ US Small-Cap 352.37 -4.41 -1.24[/code:1:380d916dff]

IIC
08-03-2004, 08:39 PM
The following contracts were announced by the U.S. Department of Defense Tuesday.

Lockheed Martin Corp. (LMT) received a $79 million increment as part of an $821.5 million cost-plus-award-fee contract for the Aerial Common Sensor Program. The work is expected to be completed by Feb. 28, 2010.

The company's systems integration unit received a cost-plus-fixed-fee contract with an estimated value of $12.3 million to provide technical, engineering design, program management, and program development support for the Multi-Mission C-130J Roll-On-Roll-Off Mission Suite integration. This contract is slated to finish in July 2005.

General Dynamics Corp.'s (GD) ordinance and tactical systems unit received a $5.07 million firm-fixed-price contract for Projectiles for Safety Assessment Testing. The work will be completed by Aug. 1, 2005.

Great Lakes Dredge and Dock Co. (GDD.XX) received a $2.3 million increment as part of a $65.2 million firm-fixed-price contract for Brunswick Inner Harbor Deepening. The work is slated to finish by June 30, 2006.

Raytheon Co. (RTN) received a $8.03 million cost-plus-fixed-fee contract for fiscal 2004 to fiscal 2005 Design Agent Engineering Services for the MK-31 RAM Guided Missile Weapon System. The work will be completed by September 2005.

Honeywell International Inc. (HON) received a $7.12 million firm fixed price contract. The work will be completed by May 2005.

Kaman Corp.'s (KAMNA) aerospace unit received a $5.86 million indefinite delivery/definite quantity contract. This work will be complete by August 2009.

IIC
08-03-2004, 08:47 PM
Support/Resistance For Wednesday

Nasdaq

Resistance:

2025
1999
1980
1965-Medium
1935-Medium
1919
1902
1872-1877

Support:

1855-Weak
1840
1829
1820-Weak
1783

QQQ:

Resistance:

37.10-Medium
36.60
36.30-Medium
36.10-Weak
35.90
35.55-Medium
34.75-Medium
34.35

Support:

34.05
33.75
33.50
32.35

IIC
08-04-2004, 10:33 AM
SLD ALTH

IIC
08-04-2004, 10:36 AM
SLD DHB

New-born baby
08-04-2004, 11:14 AM
IIC,

Hey, in your list of stock ratings, where's ELN hanging out these days?

IIC
08-04-2004, 12:21 PM
IIC,

Hey, in your list of stock ratings, where's ELN hanging out these days?

Pretty far down...like the "Z" list

Websman
08-04-2004, 05:51 PM
SLD DHB

Good move...

It's looking more like I may be able to re-enter at my target price...$14.63.

I believe if we re-enter after earnings, we can profit once more!

Websman
08-04-2004, 07:46 PM
KCS dropped after earnings today. It should bounce back up tomorrow. Could be a good one to make a quick profit on.

LTON did make a decent gain today. I'm looking at both of these for tomorrow.

IIC
08-04-2004, 10:22 PM
LTON
Needless to say...Raymond Yang is not on my One Million Top Favorite People List%^*(&*%$

How to screw up a C/C by R. Yang

I should have taken the time to teach this joker how to make a disaster look good!!!

IIC
08-05-2004, 01:30 AM
Today's MoMo


TLCX SMF AMXC DECK USAP INTT NATR JAXB CFK WLSN TRGL EXM CGM STSI SNDS SHOE TWI VMTI EFJI AATK CASA PYR

IIC
08-05-2004, 01:38 AM
Support/Resistance For Thursday

Nasdaq

Resistance:

2025
1999-Medium
1980
1965-Medium
1935-Medium
1919
1902-Weak
1890-Medium
1872-1877-Weak

Support:

1850-1855-Weak
1840
1829
1820-Weak
1783

QQQ:

Resistance:

37.10-Medium
36.60
36.30-Medium
36.10-Weak
35.90
35.55-Medium
34.85-Medium
34.40

Support:

34.05
33.75
33.50
32.35

Websman
08-05-2004, 06:36 PM
I stayed out of the market today...looks like I picked a good day for it. :shock:

IIC
08-05-2004, 09:03 PM
I stayed out of the market today...looks like I picked a good day for it. :shock:

Yes you did...BTW: DHB down 2.3% A/H on eps...Glad I bailed but I wish I had dumped LTON yesterday -25% today after last nights report.

I will see most of the market tomorrow but around Noon PDT I'm going to Laughlin, NV so I won't be around till Sunday night. Maybe I can win back today's losses. :lol:

IIC
08-05-2004, 09:07 PM
Support/Resistance For Friday

Nasdaq

Resistance:

2025
1999
1980
1965-Medium
1935-Medium
1919-Weak
1902
1887-Weak
1877-Medium
1855-Weak
1840

Support:

1820-Weak
1783

QQQ:

Resistance:

37.10-Medium
36.60
36.25-Medium
36.10-Weak
35.90
35.55-Medium
34.80-Medium
34.40
34.05

Support:

33.50
32.35

IIC
08-05-2004, 09:22 PM
Today's MoMo...

IST HANS EXM BPT PKOH JUPM CENX TOX SVT SEMI RMI FVE SHOE IDGR PBIZ ALAN

Websman
08-05-2004, 09:37 PM
You'll win em back...

Have a good trip!

IIC
08-06-2004, 12:49 AM
You'll win em back...

Have a good trip!

THX Webs...One good trait that I have is that I NEVER worry...I get concerned...but???

I'm not trying to brag, 'cause I know I'm not the Best Trader at this Forum...But I've never had a losing year since 1983...And I don't intend to start now.

I took a HUGE hit today....But Heck...there's 5 months left to rectify this wreck.

Websman
08-06-2004, 05:57 PM
It looks like DHB had a bloodbath today!!!

Boy am I glad I got out. I will never doubt Spike's word again. The chart does rule!

Now it looks like a great buying opportunity may be coming up. More profits to come on DHB! :wink:

IIC, we may not be making much money right now, but when the market does turn around it should be a great ride up.

IIC
08-09-2004, 01:36 AM
Friday's MoMo:

CME EXM PKOH AVM IST TNH RCN GEAC ZOLT ZONS

IIC
08-09-2004, 02:14 AM
Economic Data and other events
scheduled for August 9 - 13

MONDAY
Wholesale Inventories for June (10 am ET)

Treasury auctions 3&6-month bills

TUESDAY
Productivity Index for 2nd Qtr (8:30 am ET)

Weekly Chain Store Sales (9 am ET)

FOMC Meeting (policy announcement at 2:15 pm ET)

WEDNESDAY
Treasury Budget Statement for July (10 am ET)

Treasury auctions 5-year notes

THURSDAY
Retail Sales for July (8:30 am ET)

Import/Export Prices for July (8:30 am ET)

Business Inventories for June (8:30 am ET)

Weekly Initial Jobless Claims (8:30 am ET)

Treasury auctions 10-year notes

FOMC Minutes released (2 pm ET)

Weekly Money Supply (4:30 pm ET)

FRIDAY
Producter Price Index (PPI) for July (8:30 am ET)

International Trade for June (8:30 am ET)

U. of Michigan Consumer Sentiment for August (9:45 am ET)

IIC
08-09-2004, 02:16 AM
[code:1:9e45e3262d]Company Name Symbol Date Time Reuters YrAgo

EARNINGS TO BE ANNOUNCED WEEK OF AUG 9 - AUG 13
Albany Molecular AMRI 8/9 B 0.19 0.27
Beverly Enterprises BEV 8/9 B 0.15 0.05
Cablevision CVC 8/9 B -0.40 0.56
Central European Dist.CEDC 8/9 B 0.28 0.23
Charter Comm CHTR 8/9 B -0.45 -0.46
DOV Pharmaceutical DOVP 8/9 B -0.48 -0.32
Duquesne Light DQE 8/9 B 0.26 0.28
Guilford Pharm GLFD 8/9 B -0.54 -0.18
Imax Corp IMAX 8/9 B 0.01 0.02
Interdigital Comm IDCC 8/9 B 0.03 0.05
Medarex MEDX 8/9 B -0.43 -0.37
NICOR GAS 8/9 B 0.19 0.34
aaiPharma AAII 8/9 A -0.02 0.28
AmeriCredit ACF 8/9 A 0.34 0.26
Andrx ADRX 8/9 A 0.33 0.20
Angiotech Pharm ANPI 8/9 A -0.09 -0.17
Cross Country CCRN 8/9 A 0.15 0.23
La-Z-Boy LZB 8/9 A 0.12 0.18
McDermott MDR 8/9 A -0.05 0.30
NDCHealth NDC 8/9 A 0.32 0.32
NPS Pharm NPSP 8/9 A -1.06 -0.70
Pacific Sunwear PSUN 8/9 A 0.23 0.17
PDI Inc PDII 8/9 A 0.30 0.20
Roxio ROXI 8/9 A -0.26 -0.02
ScanSoft SSFT 8/9 A 0.03 0.02
Six Flags PKS 8/9 A -0.05 -0.01
Stone Energy SGY 8/9 A 1.45 1.08
TLC Vision TLCV 8/9 A 0.09 -0.04
Alliance Gaming AGI 8/10 B 0.26 0.30
Biomarin Pharm BMRN 8/10 B -0.29 -0.14
Church & Dwight CHD 8/10 B 0.48 0.44
D & K Heathcare DKHR 8/10 B 0.12 0.29
EchoStar DISH 8/10 B 0.20 0.20
eCollege.com ECLG 8/10 B 0.09 0.02
Fossil FOSL 8/10 B 0.30 0.14
Four Seasons FS 8/10 B 0.35 0.18
May Dept MAY 8/10 B 0.35 0.30
MIM Corp MIMS 8/10 B 0.10 0.16
Perrigo PRGO 8/10 B 0.16 0.06
School Specialty SCHS 8/10 B 1.38 1.21
Techne Corp TECH 8/10 B 0.35 0.31
Abercrombie ANF 8/10 A 0.41 0.35
Bisys Group BSG 8/10 A 0.17 0.28
Cisco Systems CSCO 8/10 A 0.20 0.15
Computer Sciences CSC 8/10 A 0.57 0.51
Ortho Centers OCA 8/10 A 0.12 0.27
OSI Pharm OSIP 8/10 A -1.19 -1.18
Walt Disney DIS 8/10 A 0.27 0.19
White Elec Designs WEDC 8/10 A 0.00 0.12
Aramark RMK 8/11 B 0.34 0.31
Brinker EAT 8/11 B 0.71 0.56
Ceridian CEN 8/11 B 0.19 0.17
Federated FD 8/11 B 0.60 0.64
Advance Auto AAP 8/11 A 0.70 0.61
Aeroflex ARXX 8/11 A 0.13 0.06
AnnTaylor ANN 8/11 A 0.40 0.30
Avnet AVT 8/11 A 0.38 0.10
Bob Evans BOBE 8/11 A 0.44 0.55
Cyberonics CYBX 8/11 A -0.12 0.10
Fox Entertainment FOX 8/11 A 0.28 0.29
ManTech MANT 8/11 A -0.05 0.28
News Corp NWS 8/11 A 0.27 0.24
American Eagle AEOS 8/12 B 0.38 0.11
bebe stores BEBE 8/12 B 0.18 0.09
Children's Place PLCE 8/12 B -0.39 -0.35
Cypress Biosci CYPB 8/12 B -0.07 -0.43
Digene Corp DIGE 8/12 B 0.14 0.01
ECI Telecom ECIL 8/12 B -0.02 -0.19
Identix IDNX 8/12 B -0.04 -0.04
Payless Shoe PSS 8/12 B 0.34 0.08
Pep Boys PBY 8/12 B 0.37 0.31
Target TGT 8/12 B 0.47 0.39
Tiffany & Co TIF 8/12 B 0.29 0.28
Urban Outfitters URBN 8/12 B 0.21 0.12
Wal-Mart WMT 8/12 B 0.61 0.52
Advanced Digital ADIC 8/12 A -0.01 0.04
Agilent A 8/12 A 0.27 -0.02
Analog Devices ADI 8/12 A 0.45 0.22
BEA Systems BEAS 8/12 A 0.07 0.06
Chordiant Sftwr CHRD 8/12 A 0.02 -0.07
Concurrent CCUR 8/12 A -0.09 -0.08
Dell Computer DELL 8/12 A 0.31 0.24
Isle of Capri ISLE 8/12 A 0.29 0.45
Kohl's KSS 8/12 A 0.44 0.33
Red Robin Gourmet RRGB 8/12 A 0.32 0.26
ScanSource SCSC 8/12 A 0.62 0.49
Weight Watchers WTW 8/12 A 0.49 0.49
Overland Storage OVRL 8/13 B 0.15 0.25[/code:1:9e45e3262d]

Websman
08-09-2004, 05:38 PM
DHB is back up to $13.95. I'm going to take a closer look and may consider getting back in tomorrow. Time to check the charts.

Websman
08-09-2004, 06:05 PM
I guess Spike has converted me to charting. DHB still doesn't look good according to the chart. The only thing that throws a wrench in it is the strong possibility of a new contract announcement .

What do you think IIC? Have you considered getting back in?

IIC
08-09-2004, 06:27 PM
I agree about the charts...I use them mostly too although I don't get as detailed as Spike. In a better market I look at the chart first and then the current eps and projected . I like pullbacks an low vol. and wait for a move back up on vol. on High RS stocks.

I also look for the 2nd or 3rd strongest movers in Groups on the move.

I've been practicing that on a daytrade basis for a while now...actually made some. But on these daytrades I don't check the fundies...I'm looking for news gaps that pullback/consolidate on low vol and then a possible second move.

IIC
08-09-2004, 07:43 PM
Today's MoMo:

CME WPSC SMTI VLCCF UPL IST TSO IO TRA AVM NVI

IIC
08-09-2004, 07:56 PM
[code:1:823149734e]Final Market Diaries: NYSE, Nasdaq, Amex 4:00 p.m. ET

. MON FRI WK AGO
NYSE Market Diary
Issues traded 3,419 3,416 3,394
Advances 1,521 1,276 1,943
Declines 1,738 2,030 1,292
Unchanged 160 110 159
New highs 15 22 64
New lows 119 136 40
zAdv vol (000) 534,067 246,048 782,507
zDecl vol (000) 528,433 1,267,377 473,774
zTotal vol (000) 1,082,817 1,520,477 1,275,640
Closing tick1 +202 +476 +1,018
Closing Arms2 (trin) 0.87 3.24 0.91
zBlock trades 15,140 23,978 16,873
Nasdaq Market Diary
Issues traded 3,222 3,251 3,337
Advances 1,224 665 1,346
Declines 1,822 2,436 1,828
Unchanged 176 150 163
New highs 6 8 59
New lows 217 262 72
Adv vol (000) 546,359 177,749 701,911
Decl vol (000) 642,572 1,477,858 741,786
Total vol (000) 1,224,788 1,663,660 1,490,990
Block trades n.a. 10,409 9,192
Amex Market Diary
Issues traded 942 960 995
Advances 343 315 484
Declines 518 571 412
Unchanged 81 74 99
New highs 7 2 10
New lows 59 62 19
zAdv vol (000) 24,640 15,051 28,399
zDecl vol (000) 17,960 58,104 15,041
zTotal vol (000) 44,370 74,763 45,830
Comp vol (000) 218,131 372,566 221,316
zBlock trades n.a. 1,360 717
z-NYSE or Amex only
c-correction, r-revised, n.a.-not available[/code:1:823149734e]

IIC
08-09-2004, 08:05 PM
Sector Performance


[code:1:333845b4f9] ----------- Percent Change -----------
Sector Index Daily 1 Wk. 1 Mo. 3 Mo. 1 Yr.
================================================== ===========================

Oil Companies, Secondary 251.29 2.46 -4.59 -4.48 6.53 46.61
Steel 115.90 1.81 -8.09 3.11 35.57 80.30
Oil Drilling, Equip & Serv 259.32 1.67 -3.91 -1.41 8.79 26.10
Trucking 216.86 1.64 -6.47 -1.47 10.12 26.19
Oil Companies, Major 286.05 1.50 -1.65 0.22 4.93 27.87
Marine Transport 216.81 1.47 -5.55 -4.35 14.06 39.39
Pipelines 240.55 1.21 -1.52 -1.18 5.33 13.57
Coal 116.71 1.14 -7.31 -9.58 10.67 81.24
Food Retailers & Wholesalers 173.88 1.12 -3.37 -9.41 -8.86 7.43
Mining 545.24 1.08 -5.91 17.52 52.99 188.07
Pollution Control 74.51 1.06 -4.15 -7.92 -6.49 7.62
Household Prod, Durable 110.83 1.01 -4.60 -2.91 -1.18 20.91
Retailers, Specialty 303.15 0.87 -4.78 -7.36 -3.97 1.08
Industrial, Diversified 419.69 0.84 -4.01 -2.92 4.39 20.35
Footwear 196.40 0.82 -5.32 -7.43 0.66 25.07
Heavy Machinery 457.01 0.82 -5.11 -8.05 -7.54 11.05
Containers & Packaging 140.89 0.81 -3.04 -3.91 5.25 21.90
Chemicals, Specialty 169.91 0.80 -4.00 -4.34 1.98 13.49
Paper Prod 175.10 0.78 -4.43 -3.91 6.40 10.74
Furnishings & Appliances 220.00 0.76 -3.76 -3.99 -2.15 4.79
Household Prod, Nondurable 395.90 0.71 -0.56 -3.15 -0.96 21.57
Recreational Prod & Serv 228.45 0.68 -4.85 -4.80 2.39 18.92
Diversified Technology Serv 54.14 0.65 -6.09 -4.89 -1.94 -2.66
Communications Technology 542.91 0.63 -6.56 -10.38 -7.41 28.80
Retailers, Broadline 306.49 0.61 -4.04 -1.23 -2.23 -2.35
Investment Serv 604.09 0.59 -3.54 -5.48 -7.69 -2.78
Cosmetics 225.93 0.59 -0.59 -7.88 -4.35 16.88
Precious Metals 80.15 0.55 0.70 -4.49 14.65 4.07
Toys 263.98 0.49 -3.02 -7.80 -7.39 4.94
Auto Parts 222.24 0.48 -6.08 -4.08 -2.09 13.43
Retailers, Apparel 276.87 0.46 -7.77 -7.92 -3.73 7.69
Nonferrous Metals 169.56 0.44 -6.90 -7.96 15.33 38.30
Chemicals, Commodity 179.63 0.40 -3.46 -2.31 0.77 4.96
Clothing & Fabrics 123.40 0.37 -4.42 -4.73 1.55 15.03
Software 448.62 0.35 -4.73 -4.48 -3.38 3.74
Insurance, Full-Line 429.58 0.34 -3.28 -2.88 -2.40 11.18
Diversified Financial 582.63 0.33 -2.39 -2.33 -0.73 8.26
Fixed-Line Communications 112.86 0.32 -2.59 4.98 1.42 4.60
Distillers & Brewers 344.13 0.31 -1.63 -3.02 1.16 3.35
Gas Utilities 82.10 0.29 -0.57 -0.87 5.45 13.81
Wireless Communications 271.48 0.28 -3.54 -4.58 -1.69 41.41
Insurance, Prop & Casualty 283.44 0.27 -2.92 -5.61 -4.00 7.51
Factory Equip 261.42 0.26 -5.38 -6.99 3.92 32.22
Forest Prod 218.31 0.21 -4.81 -1.94 3.97 24.69
Aerospace 273.89 0.19 -3.82 -2.53 6.31 23.56
Electric Components & Equip 105.14 0.18 -6.44 -11.21 -11.37 6.94
Restaurants 282.40 0.18 -4.81 -1.50 -1.38 18.00
Retailers, Drug-Based 347.52 0.17 -4.33 -5.01 -14.52 1.60
Advanced Industrial Equip 136.90 0.16 -6.40 -10.72 -6.29 14.94
Healthcare Providers 296.66 0.15 -4.17 -6.94 -8.22 13.85
Heavy Construction 152.64 0.13 -5.84 -3.75 7.32 11.85
Banks, Ex-S&L 446.88 0.12 -2.39 -0.81 2.91 11.46
Air Freight 508.04 0.10 -3.81 -3.50 4.09 15.35
Insurance, Life 433.66 0.10 -2.33 -2.12 1.54 19.71
Real Estate 201.64 0.07 -0.69 -0.28 12.71 16.03
Aluminum 249.08 0.04 -6.45 -7.42 3.04 11.50
Building Materials 244.73 0.04 -2.74 -1.66 7.50 23.67
Casinos 361.28 0.04 -4.82 -10.64 -11.01 25.42
Food Prod 196.69 0.03 -2.67 -5.26 -5.68 13.33
Computers 339.13 0.02 -4.22 -3.53 -5.18 3.35
Publishing 304.00 0.01 -3.73 -3.48 -8.08 6.68
Tobacco 158.46 -0.01 -2.46 -5.03 -13.94 19.87
Semiconductors 1045.03 -0.02 -8.12 -14.16 -17.02 -2.02
Automobile Manufacturers 244.91 -0.03 -5.54 -6.80 -4.42 22.46
Pharmaceuticals 259.25 -0.05 -3.13 -5.95 -11.28 -6.10
Consumer Serv 743.65 -0.10 -7.39 -14.76 -14.51 9.50
Industrial Serv 153.84 -0.13 -5.62 -7.24 -7.44 9.56
Water Utilities 417.33 -0.15 2.44 0.25 -1.40 7.26
Tires 48.55 -0.16 -7.17 4.00 16.64 61.07
Railroads 202.66 -0.17 -2.94 -2.60 2.21 9.03
Land Transportation Equip 320.17 -0.20 -6.83 -1.18 -0.08 15.42
Biotechnology 399.42 -0.23 -5.54 -7.23 -9.81 -0.54
Savings & Loan 630.84 -0.23 -1.80 -0.01 -0.10 8.91
Electric Utilities 121.65 -0.24 -0.10 2.36 6.55 18.41
Soft Drinks 259.38 -0.34 -1.61 -11.02 -11.44 3.86
Office Equip 250.99 -0.36 -3.26 -3.34 -0.80 21.94
Advanced Medical Devices 432.98 -0.39 -5.15 -8.42 -8.78 9.08
Internet Serv 196.18 -0.46 -14.88 -14.87 -4.36 62.71
Entertainment 569.20 -0.48 -4.57 -5.68 -4.90 1.25
Medical Supplies 246.79 -0.72 -4.35 -7.26 -7.61 11.73
Lodging 369.40 -0.75 -5.93 -7.65 -0.44 18.53
Home Construction 571.32 -0.77 -0.92 3.80 3.32 31.37
Broadcasting 351.10 -0.84 -3.71 -4.88 -7.11 -4.94
Advertising 304.79 -0.86 -6.76 -6.52 -15.63 -5.01
Consumer Electronics 506.69 -0.90 -8.55 -10.62 5.72 98.02
Airlines 89.45 -1.16 -7.38 -17.42 -12.68 -25.19[/code:1:333845b4f9]

IIC
08-09-2004, 08:45 PM
Support/Resistance For Tuesday

Nasdaq

Resistance

1969-Medium
1935-Medium
1919
1902
1892
182-1877
1840
1824-Weak
1808

Support

1755
1725
1630-1640
1598

QQQ

Resistance

34.85-Medium
34.40
34.05-Medium
33.60
33.40

Support

32.35
31.80-Weak

IIC
08-10-2004, 12:24 PM
BOT SNDA 20.50

IIC
08-10-2004, 03:33 PM
SNDA...I'm out

IIC
08-10-2004, 04:44 PM
[code:1:75d0fc7d1e]Analysts' Highest-Rated Stocks



This is a weekly ranking by First Call of the highest-rated stocks, based on analyst comments contributed within the past month to First Call's database.

To be included on the list, a company must be rated by at least five analysts.

First Call Consensus Recommendation Scale

1 = Buy

2 = Buy/Hold

3 = Hold

4 = Hold/Sell

5 = Sell


Most Attractive Issues
---- ---------- ------
Latest # Analysts Previous
Consensus Covering Consensus

(ULBI) 1.0 5 1.2
(KERX) 1.1 7 1.0
(EPIC) 1.2 6 1.3
(DTPI) 1.2 6 1.8
(MSM) 1.2 6 1.0
(CLDN) 1.2 6 1.1
(DOVP) 1.2 5 1.3
(DRL) 1.2 5 1.0
(VCBI) 1.2 5 1.0
(PERY) 1.2 5 1.0
(STSA) 1.2 5 1.0
(MRTN) 1.2 5 1.3
(XRAY) 1.2 5 1.6
(DNET) 1.2 5 1.6
(FLML) 1.2 5 1.3
(SAH) 1.2 5 1.8
(ELBO) 1.3 9 1.4
(EPL) 1.3 9 1.4
(SINT) 1.3 7 1.2
(ET) 1.3 7 1.4
(PGNX) 1.3 6 1.4
(APCS) 1.3 6 1.2
(CCBI) 1.3 6 1.4
(MDU) 1.3 6 1.2
(WITS) 1.3 6 1.4
(SPN) 1.3 6 1.7
(PCTI) 1.3 6 1.0
(NCT) 1.3 6 1.4
(TKLC) 1.4 10 1.6
(AVID) 1.4 9 1.6
(MOGN) 1.4 8 1.3
(TTI) 1.4 8 1.6
(MLS) 1.4 8 1.5
(AVCT) 1.4 7 1.3
(TMO) 1.4 7 1.6
(ORB) 1.4 7 1.7
(GTNA) 1.4 5 1.8
(NDSN) 1.4 5 1.3
(DSCO) 1.4 5 1.3
(CEDC) 1.4 5 1.5
(CENT) 1.4 5 1.3
(MATK) 1.4 5 1.0
(PDC) 1.4 5 1.6
(BCII) 1.4 5 1.5
(WR) 1.4 5 1.5
(THO) 1.4 5 1.7
(ORPH) 1.4 5 1.8
(CACS) 1.4 5 1.5
(AMV) 1.4 5 1.5
(ACA) 1.4 5 1.6
(BKST) 1.4 5 1.3
(XPRSA) 1.4 5 1.8
(RCRC) 1.4 5 1.2
(WRNC) 1.4 5 1.3
(EASI) 1.4 5 1.3
(JAH) 1.4 5 1.8
(LIOX) 1.4 5 1.6
(KIND) 1.4 5 1.5
(FSH) 1.4 5 1.5
(TYC) 1.5 14 1.6
(WSH) 1.5 13 1.4
(RI) 1.5 11 1.4
(SFD) 1.5 10 1.6
(FOSL) 1.5 10 1.7
(ENCY) 1.5 8 1.4
(TRID) 1.5 8 1.4
(FQVLF) 1.5 6 1.4
(BKBOF) 1.5 6 1.6
(HUG) 1.5 6 1.7
(JILL) 1.5 6 1.7
(CTRP) 1.5 6 1.6
(OZRK) 1.5 6 1.8
(SCST) 1.5 6 1.4
(UWN) 1.5 6 1.7[/code:1:75d0fc7d1e]

[code:1:75d0fc7d1e]Analysts' Lowest-Rated Stocks



This is a weekly ranking by First Call of the Lowest-rated stocks, based on analyst comments contributed within the past month to First Call's database.

To be included on the list, a company must be rated by at least five analysts.

First Call Consensus Recommendation Scale

1 = Buy

2 = Buy/Hold

3 = Hold

4 = Hold/Sell

5 = Sell


Least Attractive Issues
---- ---------- ------
Latest # Analysts Previous
Consensus Covering Consensus

(MSO) 4.4 5 4.3
(CLP) 4.2 5 4.3
(ACAI) 4.1 7 3.5
(SPOT) 4.0 5 4.2
(PCU) 4.0 5 3.8
(INFO) 4.0 5 4.2
(WIN) 4.0 8 3.9
(EK) 3.9 10 4.0
(LAB) 3.8 5 4.0
(ALO) 3.8 5 3.4
(PDQ) 3.8 5 3.6
(EEX) 3.8 5 3.6
(PAL) 3.8 6 3.7
(WTNY) 3.8 6 4.0
(WFSL) 3.8 6 3.4
(SUI) 3.8 6 3.6
(STFC) 3.8 6 3.5
(LVLT) 3.8 11 3.7
(PPS) 3.8 13 3.9
(T) 3.8 26 3.7
(FGP) 3.7 6 3.6
(ADVS) 3.7 6 3.5
(DSGX) 3.7 9 3.6
(RYG) 3.7 11 3.8
(GBP) 3.7 11 3.8
(AIV) 3.7 15 3.6
(GAP) 3.6 5 3.5
(PLNR) 3.6 5 3.5
(PZE) 3.6 7 3.5
(MWY) 3.6 7 3.7
(HIW) 3.6 9 3.5
(MGM) 3.6 12 3.3
(TE) 3.6 16 3.7
(EDS) 3.6 22 3.5
(TRH) 3.5 6 3.2
(BBOX) 3.5 6 3.3
(PVX) 3.5 6 3.6
(GLYN) 3.5 6 3.4
(PTF) 3.5 8 3.6
(SUP) 3.5 10 3.4
(PGH) 3.5 11 3.3
(TDS) 3.5 11 3.2
(TSS) 3.5 16 3.6
(JP) 3.5 19 3.6
(MICT) 3.4 5 3.6
(FCTR) 3.4 5 3.0
(AAIIE) 3.4 5 3.3
(DRRX) 3.4 5 3.8
(RLRN) 3.4 5 3.8
(CSG) 3.4 5 3.8
(DQE) 3.4 5 3.3
(ENZN) 3.4 5 3.6
(SWC) 3.4 7 3.5
(OMI) 3.4 7 3.6
(UST) 3.4 7 3.6
(GAS) 3.4 8 3.5
(MYG) 3.4 8 3.1
(PGL) 3.4 9 3.5
(WGL) 3.4 9 3.5
(DDS) 3.4 9 3.7
(EP) 3.4 11 3.3
(GLK) 3.4 11 3.3
(CHTR) 3.4 17 3.5
(RF) 3.4 17 3.3
(BBT) 3.4 22 3.2
(JDSU) 3.4 24 3.3
[/code:1:75d0fc7d1e]

IIC
08-10-2004, 07:54 PM
Today's MoMo...

ACF SNDA ULGX IST ELN SMTI ABVC UIC MDR IPS WILCF AMXC EURO UFPT MWAV NTL DCU

IIC
08-10-2004, 08:15 PM
[code:1:d0efc1a997]Final Market Diaries: NYSE, Nasdaq, Amex 4:00 p.m. ET

. TUE MON WK AGO
NYSE Market Diary
Issues traded 3,416 3,419 3,413
Advances 2,377 1,521 1,458
Declines 878 1,738 1,801
Unchanged 161 160 154
New highs 27 15 84
New lows 44 119 38
zAdv vol (000) 1,051,407 534,067 434,928
zDecl vol (000) 182,620 528,433 874,917
zTotal vol (000) 1,245,227 1,082,817 1,325,731
Closing tick1 +833 +202 +259
Closing Arms2 (trin) 0.47 0.87 1.63
zBlock trades 18,892 15,140 19,994

Nasdaq Market Diary
Issues traded 3,251 3,222 3,232
Advances 2,230 1,224 1,004
Declines 875 1,822 2,083
Unchanged 146 176 145
New highs 15 6 35
New lows 130 217 86
Adv vol (000) 1,034,061 546,359 216,551
Decl vol (000) 354,945 642,572 1,197,933
Total vol (000) 1,405,168 1,224,788 1,451,093
Block trades n.a. 7,604 9,242

Amex Market Diary
Issues traded 951 942 948
Advances 487 343 386
Declines 377 518 451
Unchanged 87 81 111
New highs 7 7 17
New lows 40 59 20
zAdv vol (000) 34,682 24,640 15,561
zDecl vol (000) 11,805 17,960 28,688
zTotal vol (000) 48,691 44,370 45,708
Comp vol (000) 273,916 218,131 234,614
zBlock trades n.a. 711 730
z-NYSE or Amex only
c-correction, r-revised, n.a.-not available[/code:1:d0efc1a997]

IIC
08-10-2004, 08:46 PM
Support/Resistance For Wednesday

Nasdaq

Resistance

1966-Medium
1935-1940
1919-Weak
1902
1892
1872-1877
1840
1821

Support

1807
1783
1770-1775
1755
1725
1630-1640
1598

QQQ

Resistance

34.85-Medium
34.35
34.05-Medium
33.60-Weak
33.45-Medium

Support

32.35
32.00-Weak
31.80-Weak

IIC
08-11-2004, 09:53 AM
Naz Futs down 27

IIC
08-11-2004, 10:38 PM
Today's MoMo:

ELN JOYG BTHS OMTL AMXC UIC RIV ASY JPST

IIC
08-11-2004, 11:04 PM
Support/Resistance For Thursday

Nasdaq

Resistance

1966-Medium
1935-1940
1919-Weak
1902
1892
1872-1877
1840
1821
1808
1783-Weak

Support

1770-1775-Weak
1755
1725
1630-1640
1598

QQQ

Resistance

34.85-Medium
34.40
34.05-Medium
33.60-Weak
33.40-Medium

Support

32.35
32.00-Weak
31.80-Weak

IIC
08-12-2004, 09:57 AM
KMRT added to NAZ 100 on 8/19

IIC
08-12-2004, 10:29 AM
Morning Watchlist:

JADE VRC TGT WMT ATEA PARS GERN IPIX AMCC MAMA URBN MICU KMRT AAP FOX ARXX AVT WGII CDWC

IIC
08-12-2004, 07:17 PM
Today's MoMo: BMHC NVI FHRX ULGX PHI ARKR TLWT STSI NGA

Naz New Highs on at least 2x ADV: BMHC IIVI MDCC

Naz, High RS, New Highs on at least 1.5x ADV: BMHC

IIC
08-12-2004, 08:04 PM
TOP STORIES

DELL 2Q MATCHES VIEWS; REVENUE CLIMBS 20%


Computer maker earnings per share grow 29% to $799 million, or 31c a share, in line with analysts' expectations, on strength in overseas shipments. Says 3Q earnings should come in around 33c a share, matching Wall Street forecasts. Shares edge higher in late trading.

NJ GOVERNOR TO RESIGN; HAD GAY AFFAIR

New Jersey Gov. James McGreevey, acknowledging in a dramatic televised news conference that he's "a gay American" who had an extramarital affair with another man, says he will leave office Nov. 15.

GOOGLE SAYS IPO TO OPEN TOMORROW

Internet search engine to begin taking bids for its initial public offering at 9 a.m. Friday. Deal expected to price in the middle of next week. Also, Google's co-founders talk about company in article for September issue of Playboy.

H-P RAISES YELLOW FLAG ON EARNINGS

H-P's shares drop 17% and three customer-solutions executives are replaced after computer maker's preliminary 3Q results miss forecasts. H-P blames weakness in computer and storage businesses and warns of more woes to come.

OIL SURGES ANEW ON IRAQ FIGHTING

Crude futures in New York set new record, surging to $45.70 a barrel, amid persisting fears of global supply disruption and worry heavy fighting between U.S. forces and Shiite militiamen in Iraq could bring Iraqi oil exports to a halt.

AGILENT SWINGS TO 3Q PROFIT, BACKS 4Q VIEWS

Agilent Technologies says strength in its test and measurement unit helped it post 3Q earnings of $100 million, reversing a loss of $1.56 billion a year earlier. Excluding items, EPS of 30c a share beats analysts' estimates by 2c.

CYBERONICS PURSUES DEPRESSION-DEVICE OK

Medical device firm will continue pursuing a depression indication for its vagus nerve stimulation device despite receiving a non-approvable letter from the FDA, which sent its shares down 40% in a day.

FED SAW VIGOROUS ECONOMIC GROWTH IN JUNE

Ahead of June rate hike, Fed minutes show policymakers were confident they had engineered a "vigorous" economic expansion but were unsure about how quickly inflation was likely to accelerate.

WAL-MART, TARGET UP ON STRONG 2Q EARNINGS

Shares of Wal-Mart add 2% after it reports 8.5% gain in profit and 11% rise in total revenue to $70.47 billion. Target's shares advance 5% after net rises almost three-fold, largely on sale of Marshall Field's to May Dept. Stores.

LATEST US DATA VALIDATE FED'S OPTIMISM

Retail sales rebound in July from a milder decline than previously thought in June and job layoffs dwindle, validating Fed's confidence economic recovery isn't fizzling. Also, business inventories grow at fastest pace in four years.

US TROOPS SEAL OFF PARTS OF NAJAF

U.S. troops unleash a major assault against Iraqi militants loyal to radical Shiite cleric Muqtada al-Sadr. Offensive threatens to inflame Iraq's Shiite majority and presents biggest test yet for Prime Minister Allawi's fledgling government.

S CAROLINA PREPARES FOR BONNIE, CHARLEY

State readies sandbags, posts flood watches and finalizes plans to deploy swift water boats in preparation for two tropical systems. Tropical Storm Bonnie made landfall on Florida's panhandle.

OIL WORKERS RETURN TO OFFSHORE GULF

Offshore workers begin returning to Gulf of Mexico and will be ramping up production back to normal levels over next day or so after twin tropical storms force most energy companies to evacuate and suspend some production.

MATCHNET WITHDRAWS IPO; CEO RESIGNS

Online matchmaker's CEO Todd Tappin resigns and company says it plans to cut 40 jobs, effective immediately. MatchNet says it withdrew plans for its initial public offering because of faltering market for Internet-related IPOs.

RF MICRO FALLS AFTER DOWNGRADE

Shares of semiconductor firm drop 5% after Deutsche Bank cuts its investment rating to sell from hold and lowers its 12-month price target to $3.50 from $6.

CYBERONICS CAPSIZES ON FDA DENIAL

Shares tumble 40% after medical device company gets non-approvable letter regarding its implantable device to treat depression. Letter comes as surprise because earlier this year, FDA advisory panel had recommended approval.

PEP BOYS DIVES ON 2Q MISS

Auto-parts retailer's shares slide 26% as Pep Boys swings to 2Q profit, but misses Wall Street expectations and posts decline in same-store service sales. Advance Auto Parts slips 1% after lowering its 3Q EPS forecast.

TIFFANY FALLS ON 2Q MISS, FORECAST

Shares lose 12% as jewelry retailer's 2Q earnings fall shy of analysts' expectations on declining sales in Japan and lower consolidated gross margin. Tiffany also lowers '05 earnings forecast.

INSURERS SETTLE MEDICARE SUIT FOR $20M

Travelers Insurance and United Healthcare settle civil Medicare fraud charges without admitting or denying wrongdoing. Travelers will pay $10.9 million, while United will pay $9.7 million.

ARCHIPELAGO TRADES HIGHER IN DEBUT

Stock exchange operator rises 3% after its IPO priced at $11.50, below recent expectations of $13.25-$15.25. IPO continues recent trend that has seen securities markets operate like real businesses rather than private organizations.



LATE TRADING
Red Robin, Weight Watchers Rise

Shares of Red Robin Gourmet Burgers rise after better-than-expected 2Q earnings and positive outlook. Weight Watchers gains on in-line 2Q earnings and full-year guidance.


POINT OF VIEW
Depends On What You Mean By Transitory

Fed's forecast that, despite some recent softness, a solid U.S. economic recovery is under way, leads Neal Lipschutz to ask: When does transitory turn into its equally vague but opposite number, long term?

============ U.S. MARKETS ACTION ===========
DJIA down 123.73 points to 9814.59
NASDAQ down 29.93 points to 1752.49
S&P 500 down 12.56 points to 1063.23
10-year T-note up 6/32 at 103 31/32 yield 4.248
NYMEX Spot Crude up $0.70 at $45.50/bbl at close
Dollar/Euro down 0.0003 at 1.2249

IIC
08-12-2004, 11:38 PM
Support/Resistance For Friday

Nasdaq

Resistance

1966-Medium
1935
1919
1898-1903
1877
1840
1821
1802
1786
1755-Weak

Support

1720-1725
1630-1640
1598

QQQ

Resistance

34.90-Medium
34.40
34.05-Medium
33.60
33.35
32.95

Support

32.35
32.00-Weak
31.80-Weak

IIC
08-13-2004, 01:49 AM
Tokyo Down almost 2%
http://trimurl.com/EO

Naz Futs +4.5

IIC
08-13-2004, 10:19 AM
Morning Watch: SNDK DTAS BRCD A TEVA SCSC RRGB ISLE PTN BEAS OVTI AAC

IIC
08-13-2004, 10:26 AM
NAZ 30 day A/D and U/D



http://tal.marketgauge.com/dvmgpro/charts/COCAD30.GIF

IIC
08-14-2004, 11:46 AM
Friday's MoMo:

CECX IST MDR STSI DEVC EVST NVI FVE EURO MIND

This will be the last MoMo List till next Sunday. I'm sure you are all disappointed :lol:

I'm going away Monday afternoon till Saturday night and I don't think they have computers in Texas ;)

Good Luck to all!!!

IIC
08-14-2004, 12:30 PM
Below are some stocks that moved on volume yesterday from both the Daily Top Groups and The Bottom Groups:

The first % is the day's gain. The second % is the vol vs. ADV.(Example: 100% = 2x ADV)

Top Groups:

[code:1:6d2bcce262]ADAT 10.4% 149%
DPTR 6.0% 19%
KSS 5.5% 87%
DELL 4.2% 189%
TGT 2.5% 16%
ZTEL 19.4% 82%
TGC 13.0% 5%
IVAN 12.8% 27%
CTEL 11.0% 295%
CCUR 8.5% 32%
KSS 5.5% 87%
IMO 2.5% 30%[/code:1:6d2bcce262]


Bottom Groups:

[code:1:6d2bcce262]
SCSC 12.3% 353%
DIGE 11.5% 399%
DSCO 11.3% 98%
LXK 4.7% 86%
RNR 1.6% 37%
EXEG 35.1% 66%
NASI 18.4% 5%
PFCO 14.2% 7%
LXK 4.7% 86%
PMSI 4.4% 4%[/code:1:6d2bcce262]

IIC
08-14-2004, 08:50 PM
http://money.cnn.com/2004/05/11/markets/seventies/combo_charts_arrows2.gif

Karel
08-15-2004, 03:19 AM
Friday's MoMo:

CECX IST MDR STSI DEVC EVST NVI FVE EURO MIND

This will be the last MoMo List till next Sunday. I'm sure you are all disappointed :lol:

I'm going away Monday afternoon till Saturday night and I don't think they have computers in Texas ;)

Good Luck to all!!!

Well! Mr. Breakout breaks out himself! Have a good time!

Regards,

Karel

IIC
08-15-2004, 10:03 AM
Friday's MoMo:

CECX IST MDR STSI DEVC EVST NVI FVE EURO MIND

This will be the last MoMo List till next Sunday. I'm sure you are all disappointed :lol:

I'm going away Monday afternoon till Saturday night and I don't think they have computers in Texas ;)

Good Luck to all!!!

Well! Mr. Breakout breaks out himself! Have a good time!

Regards,

Karel

Thanks

IIC
08-15-2004, 10:12 AM
The following have 100%+ eps latest qtr. and 100%+ projections next qtr and for the year....CELG ENTG KELYA KEYW RTEC SRSL

IIC
08-15-2004, 01:07 PM
How sharply will the American economy slow down?"
And what will it mean for financial markets?

Last week's Buttonwood Column:

http://trimurl.com/ER

New-born baby
08-15-2004, 05:56 PM
IIC, 8)

NICE LIST! I like to read stories like that one. Keep 'em coming!

IIC
08-16-2004, 10:10 AM
Morning Watch... KSS PRV KMRT CIPH RIMM PKS EBKR SCSC TEVA


Best to all,,,see 'ya next week

IIC
08-16-2004, 11:14 AM
BOT DSCO @7.90

IIC
08-16-2004, 01:58 PM
BOT DSCO @7.90

Died...for now anyway...lost 25 cents sh

MEA_1956
08-20-2004, 03:30 AM
YES, IIC, Are you still in CLE. Moven right along. Up 22.23% since I Put them in my B.Ball Port. Take a look at ANN and give me your thought. ===> MEA

IIC
08-21-2004, 11:48 PM
YES, IIC, Are you still in CLE. Moven right along. Up 22.23% since I Put them in my B.Ball Port. Take a look at ANN and give me your thought. ===> MEA

I'm back from Texas...I didn't actually buy CLE...but I liked it a lot. Wish I had though. I'll take a look at ANN later...THX

Anyway, here is Friday's MoMo List: RSE CRDN ADSK HWG UIC INSP TZOO LEND HXL DHIL IIVI NARA SIMC SSY LB NIS CLHB GDP TUNE DCU HSVLY PLRB

IIC
08-22-2004, 11:17 AM
This is from last Tuesday:

[code:1:c971054fd5]Analysts' Highest-Rated Stocks



This is a weekly ranking by First Call of the highest-rated stocks, based on analyst comments contributed within the past month to First Call's database.

To be included on the list, a company must be rated by at least five analysts.

First Call Consensus Recommendation Scale

1 = Buy

2 = Buy/Hold

3 = Hold

4 = Hold/Sell

5 = Sell


Most Attractive Issues
---- ---------- ------
Latest # Analysts Previous
Consensus Covering Consensus

(ULBI) 1.0 5 1.2
(KERX) 1.1 7 1.0
(MSM) 1.2 6 1.0
(EPIC) 1.2 6 1.3
(DTPI) 1.2 6 1.8
(CLDN) 1.2 6 1.1
(SCST) 1.2 6 1.5
(DOVP) 1.2 5 1.3
(DRL) 1.2 5 1.0
(VCBI) 1.2 5 1.0
(PERY) 1.2 5 1.0
(MRTN) 1.2 5 1.3
(XRAY) 1.2 5 1.6
(STSA) 1.2 5 1.0
(DNET) 1.2 5 1.6
(SAH) 1.2 5 1.8
(ELBO) 1.3 9 1.4
(EPL) 1.3 9 1.4
(SINT) 1.3 7 1.2
(APCS) 1.3 6 1.2
(MDU) 1.3 6 1.2
(PCTI) 1.3 6 1.0
(CCBI) 1.3 6 1.4
(NCT) 1.3 6 1.4
(PDC) 1.3 6 1.4
(WITS) 1.3 6 1.4
(SPN) 1.3 6 1.7
(TKLC) 1.4 10 1.6
(AVID) 1.4 9 1.6
(TTI) 1.4 8 1.6
(MLS) 1.4 8 1.5
(ET) 1.4 8 1.3
(MOGN) 1.4 8 1.3
(AVCT) 1.4 7 1.3
(ORB) 1.4 7 1.7
(TMO) 1.4 7 1.6
(UNFI) 1.4 7 1.6
(GTNA) 1.4 5 1.8
(DSCO) 1.4 5 1.3
(MATK) 1.4 5 1.0
(ORPH) 1.4 5 1.8
(CACS) 1.4 5 1.5
(AMV) 1.4 5 1.5
(BKST) 1.4 5 1.3
(WRNC) 1.4 5 1.3
(LIFC) 1.4 5 1.8
(WR) 1.4 5 1.5
(XPRSA) 1.4 5 1.8
(NDSN) 1.4 5 1.3
(LIOX) 1.4 5 1.6
(JAH) 1.4 5 1.8
(ACA) 1.4 5 1.6
(MRGE) 1.4 5 1.6
(KIND) 1.4 5 1.5
(BCII) 1.4 5 1.5
(TYC) 1.5 14 1.6
(WSH) 1.5 13 1.4
(RI) 1.5 11 1.4
(FOSL) 1.5 10 1.7
(DNDN) 1.5 10 1.6
(SFD) 1.5 10 1.6
(ENCY) 1.5 8 1.4
(TRID) 1.5 8 1.4
(AGO) 1.5 8 1.8
(HUG) 1.5 6 1.7
(OZRK) 1.5 6 1.8
(UWN) 1.5 6 1.7
(FLO) 1.5 6 1.6
(RPM) 1.5 6 1.8
(BDY) 1.5 6 1.6
(WFR) 1.5 6 1.6
(CVTI) 1.5 6 1.7
(IIVI) 1.5 6 1.9
[/code:1:c971054fd5]

[code:1:c971054fd5]Analysts' Lowest-Rated Stocks



This is a weekly ranking by First Call of the Lowest-rated stocks, based on analyst comments contributed within the past month to First Call's database.

To be included on the list, a company must be rated by at least five analysts.

First Call Consensus Recommendation Scale

1 = Buy

2 = Buy/Hold

3 = Hold

4 = Hold/Sell

5 = Sell


Least Attractive Issues
---- ---------- ------
Latest # Analysts Previous
Consensus Covering Consensus

(MSO) 4.4 5 4.3
(SPOT) 4.0 5 4.2
(PCU) 4.0 5 3.8
(FLYI) 4.0 8 4.1
(WIN) 4.0 8 3.9
(EK) 3.9 10 4.0
(GBP) 3.9 11 3.7
(ALO) 3.8 5 3.4
(PDQ) 3.8 5 3.6
(STTS) 3.8 5 4.3
(CLP) 3.8 5 4.2
(GIGANTE) 3.8 5 4.0
(EEX) 3.8 5 3.6
(PAL) 3.8 6 3.7
(WTNY) 3.8 6 4.0
(PPS) 3.8 13 3.9
(EDS) 3.8 21 3.7
(T) 3.8 26 3.9
(STFC) 3.7 7 3.8
(HIW) 3.7 9 3.6
(PGL) 3.7 9 3.4
(DSGX) 3.7 9 3.6
(RYG) 3.7 10 3.8
(LVLT) 3.7 11 3.8
(AIV) 3.7 15 3.6
(LAB) 3.6 5 3.8
(DMRC) 3.6 5 3.4
(MSW) 3.6 5 2.8
(GAP) 3.6 5 3.5
(DSFB) 3.6 5 3.5
(PZE) 3.6 7 3.5
(BEL) 3.6 10 3.2
(MGM) 3.6 12 3.3
(MXO) 3.6 16 3.3
(HE) 3.5 6 3.2
(SUI) 3.5 6 3.8
(BBOX) 3.5 6 3.3
(TRH) 3.5 6 3.2
(SUP) 3.5 10 3.3
(TE) 3.5 14 3.6
(CHTR) 3.5 16 3.6
(MCIP) 3.4 5 3.6
(DRRX) 3.4 5 3.8
(REGN) 3.4 5 3.0
(CSG) 3.4 5 3.8
(DRXR) 3.4 5 2.2
(SGU) 3.4 5 3.2
(RLRN) 3.4 5 3.3
(DQE) 3.4 5 3.3
(AAII) 3.4 5 3.3
(SWC) 3.4 7 3.5
(FGP) 3.4 7 3.5
(AKS) 3.4 7 3.1
(OMI) 3.4 7 3.6
(UST) 3.4 7 3.6
(PTF) 3.4 8 3.3
(PKS) 3.4 8 3.3
(EMT) 3.4 8 3.1
(DDS) 3.4 8 3.7
(GAS) 3.4 8 3.5
(PVX) 3.4 8 3.6
(WGL) 3.4 9 3.5
(EP) 3.4 11 3.3
(SPW) 3.4 11 3.3
[/code:1:c971054fd5]

IIC
08-22-2004, 11:31 AM
YES, IIC, Are you still in CLE. Moven right along. Up 22.23% since I Put them in my B.Ball Port. Take a look at ANN and give me your thought. ===> MEA

ANN may be on the rebound but I see some conflicting signals here. I would like to see higher vol on this rebound. Also, it might be good to see a consolidation soon and then wait to see if it can go another leg on vol.

http://trimurl.com/F2

I have not read through Spike's thread since I got home...If it has not been discussed you may want to ask for his analysis.

IIC
08-23-2004, 01:39 AM
http://tal.marketgauge.com/dvmgpro/charts/COCAD05.GIF

http://tal.marketgauge.com/dvmgpro/charts/COCAD12.GIF

http://tal.marketgauge.com/dvmgpro/charts/COCAD30.GIF

IIC
08-23-2004, 02:12 AM
Undiscovered Gems...Low RS with excellent recent EPS vs previous qtrs and excellent projections over the next 2 years:

Latest List: CECO DIGE ECLG ENMC ENTG LPSN LTON NETE NFLX OPNT RSYS SANM SCSS SNCI XXIA

IIC
08-23-2004, 09:44 AM
Economic Data and other events
scheduled for August 23 - 27

MONDAY
Treasury auctions 3&6-month bills

TUESDAY
Weekly Chain Store Sales (9 am ET)

Existing Home Sales for July (10 am ET)

Consumer Confidence Index for August (10 am ET)

WEDNESDAY
Durable Goods Orders for July (8:30 am ET)

New Home Sales for July (10 am ET)

Treasury auctions 2-year notes

THURSDAY
Weekly Initial Jobless Claims (8:30 am ET)

Help Wanted Index for July (10 am ET)

Weekly Money Supply (4:30 pm ET)

FRIDAY
Fed Chairman Greenspan Speaks at KC Fed Symposium

Gross Domestic Product (GDP) for 2nd Qtr (8:30 am ET)

U. of Mich. Consumer Sentiment Index for August (9:45 am ET)

IIC
08-23-2004, 09:52 AM
[code:1:3c63f4f111]EARNINGS TO BE ANNOUNCED WEEK OF AUG 23 - AUG 27

Toys R Us TOY 8/23 B -0.03 -0.05
HJ Heinz Co HNZ 8/24 B 0.55 0.51
Regis RGS 8/24 B 0.59 0.50
Applied Signal APSG 8/24 A 0.26 0.16
Ditech DITC 8/24 A 0.22 0.00
H & R Block HRB 8/24 A -0.05 0.06
Hughes Supply HUG 8/24 A 1.16 0.80
Medicis MRX 8/24 A 0.36 0.30
OmniVision OVTI 8/24 A 0.31 0.12
Portal Software PRSF 8/24 A -0.29 -0.05
SeaChange SEAC 8/24 A 0.11 0.03
Semtech SMTC 8/24 A 0.21 0.10
Blyth Industries BTH 8/25 B 0.20 0.24
J.M. Smucker SJM 8/25 B 0.56 0.55
Nordson Corp NDSN 8/25 B 0.47 0.26
Toll Brothers TOL 8/25 B 1.20 0.90
Williams-Sonoma WSM 8/25 B 0.19 0.15
ADC Telecom ADCT 8/25 A 0.01 0.00
Credence CMOS 8/25 A 0.17 -0.40
Dollar Tree DLTR 8/25 A 0.26 0.25
Kirklands KIRK 8/25 A -0.14 0.04
Michaels Stores MIK 8/25 A 0.40 0.35
Opsware OPSW 8/25 A -0.02 -0.04
Zygo Corp ZIGO 8/25 A 0.09 0.07
Brown-Forman BF.B 8/26 B 0.37 0.31
Dollar General DG 8/26 B 0.20 0.18
Fred's FRED 8/26 B 0.11 0.11
Krispy Kreme KKD 8/26 B 0.22 0.21
Patterson Dental PDCO 8/26 B 0.59 0.43
Smithfield Foods SFD 8/26 B 0.47 0.20
Ultimate Electronics ULTE 8/26 B -0.25 -0.12
Chico's FAS CHS 8/26 A 0.38 0.28
Culp Inc CFI 8/26 A -0.07 -0.04
LTX Corp LTXX 8/26 A 0.13 -0.19
OSI Systems OSIS 8/26 A 0.19 0.29
PLATO Learning TUTR 8/26 A 0.25 0.04
Sports Authority TSA 8/26 A 0.44 0.50
Tech Data TECD 8/26 A 0.49 0.34
TiVo TIVO 8/26 A -0.25 -0.07
Piedmont PNY 8/27 A -0.40 -0.29[/code:1:3c63f4f111]

IIC
08-23-2004, 10:20 AM
Morning Watch


>>STEM ARTI OVTI BSX MNST FDX MYL GNSS MEDX DPII CAI IPAS
>and

>>maybe NVS
>
>Add COMS IMOS VPHM
>
>Add RIMM and KMRT

Websman
08-23-2004, 05:08 PM
I see that SNCI is on your hidden gems list. I bought that one and sold for a little profit right before it tanked. I'll be investigating this one. It's formed a solid base on the chart and the volume is way down.

Have you been watching DHB? It's making a good run...I considered buying when it got close to $12, but didn't. It gapped up today, so a re-buying opportunity could still come if it fills today's gap.

I'm also looking at NUTR. It took a big drop after Mr Market got in. It looks like it has probably bottom out.

IIC
08-23-2004, 05:47 PM
Top Groups

IBD...Computer-Manufacturers, Computer Sftwr-Desktop, Elec-Military Systems

MarketGuage...Semiconductors, Communications Equipment, Construction Services

[code:1:3d9280f663]NYSE Common Stock Index
NYSE Composite 6385.44 DN 29.23
NYSE World Ldrs 5045.85 DN 19.76
NYSE US 100 5580.59 DN 17.81
International 100 4231.64 DN 21.45
NYSE TMT 4660.10 DN 11.34
Financial 6624.92 DN 26.63
Energy 6793.66 DN 82.57
Health Care 5770.35 DN 19.46[/code:1:3d9280f663]

[code:1:3d9280f663]Dow Jones Composite
Name PE Last Chg
AES Cp 10.10 DN 0.16
AMR 8.95 UP 0.09
Alcoa 20.78 31.80 DN 0.46
Alex&Bldwn 13.38 30.63 DN 0.64
AltriaGp 10.64 48.72 UP 0.13
AEP 32.15 DN 0.15
AmExpress 19.57 49.70 DN 0.30
AmIntlGp 17.18 70.27 DN 0.23
Boeing 15.78 50.65 UP 0.19
BurlNthSF 14.85 34.90 DN 0.07
CH Robinson 31.13 42.03 DN 0.51
CNF 19.83 40.45 DN 1.23
CSX 39.78 31.03 DN 0.61
Caterpillar 16.76 72.05 DN 0.19
CentrpntEngy 7.31 10.96 DN 0.20
Citigroup 15.07 45.82 DN 0.13
CocaCola 22.28 44.34 UP 0.13
ConEd 17.00 40.80 DN 0.07
ContlAirln B 26.81 9.65 UP 0.23
DeltaAir 4.19 DN 0.08
Disney 20.53 22.17 DN 0.27
DominRes 62.70 64.58 DN 0.12
DuPont 45.74 41.62 DN 0.08
DukeEngy 21.86 DN 0.03
EdisonInt 18.87 26.80 DN 0.35
Exelon 22.53 36.05 DN 0.34
ExpeditrInt 38.55 48.57 UP 0.20
ExxonMobil 13.76 44.99 DN 0.26
FedExCp 29.33 80.95 UP 1.65
FstEngy 19.91 39.63 UP 0.10
GATX 11.98 26.12 UP 0.09
GenElec 20.97 32.51 DN 0.14
GenMotor 5.49 41.36 UP 0.03
HewlettPk 16.87 17.88 DN 0.23
HomeDpt 17.06 36.00 DN 0.36
Honeywell 21.67 35.32 DN 0.09
JBHunt 20.96 35.00 DN 0.90
Intel 19.76 21.93 UP 0.32
IBM 18.17 84.65 DN 0.60
JPMorgChas 16.62 38.55 DN 0.10
JohnsJohns 19.27 57.05 UP 0.01
McDonalds 19.03 26.64 DN 0.43
Merck 15.61 46.22 UP 0.14
Microsoft 36.35 27.26 UP 0.14
NiSource 13.63 20.85 UP 0.07
NorflkSo 19.13 27.17 DN 0.39
NowestAir 9.47 UP 0.20
PG&E 3.14 28.54 DN 0.21
Pfizer 30.14 31.65 DN 0.09
ProctGamb 23.50 54.75 DN 0.10
PubSvcEnt 12.39 41.01 DN 0.11
RyderSys 15.73 43.10 DN 0.40
SBC Comm 16.11 25.61 UP 0.04
SouthernCo 14.42 29.71 UP 0.05
SowestAir 38.42 14.60 DN 0.10
TXU 40.75 DN 0.20
3M 23.16 80.36 UP 0.09
USF 25.73 34.22 DN 0.50
UnPacific 12.28 55.98 DN 0.27
UtdParcel B 25.64 71.54 UP 0.23
UnitedTech 17.76 92.90 DN 1.12
Verizon 33.44 39.46 DN 0.14
WalMart 24.34 53.80 DN 0.85
WillmsCos 130.89 11.78 DN 0.16
YellowCp 21.51 41.09 DN 2.01[/code:1:3d9280f663]

[code:1:3d9280f663]Dow Jones CLOSING Averages: DJIA 10073.05 DN 37.09

. 30 INDUS 10073.05 DN 37.09 OR 0.37%
20 TRANSP 3068.09 DN 22.78 OR 0.74%
15 UTILS 285.79 DN 1.18 OR 0.41%
65 STOCKS 2992.20 DN 14.34 OR 0.48%[/code:1:3d9280f663]

[code:1:3d9280f663]NYSE Market Diary- NYSE Transactions Only

. Today Prev Day
Advanced 1,199 2,437
Declined 2,055 806
Unchanged 156 138
Total issues 3,410 3,381
New Highs 83 90
New Lows 11 11[/code:1:3d9280f663]

[code:1:3d9280f663]Today's Sectors
----------- Percent Change -----------
Sector Index Daily 1 Wk. 1 Mo. 3 Mo. 1 Yr.
================================================== ===========================

Home Construction 620.32 1.58 4.17 12.94 13.33 40.35
Semiconductors 1042.79 1.11 5.17 -3.07 -18.05 -17.80
Pipelines 245.99 1.05 2.12 1.28 7.83 14.31
Communications Technology 553.44 1.01 6.95 -2.96 -6.12 20.60
Air Freight 521.40 0.91 1.96 0.55 7.57 16.18
Diversified Technology Serv 57.41 0.83 4.86 3.17 6.08 -0.50
Toys 273.24 0.76 2.33 -0.44 -0.74 4.68
Entertainment 606.99 0.57 2.47 2.12 1.69 0.61
Cosmetics 232.35 0.55 0.27 2.28 -1.69 22.54
Distillers & Brewers 349.59 0.54 0.89 2.27 2.80 7.56
Office Equip 259.83 0.47 3.09 1.83 2.11 28.84
Consumer Serv 787.46 0.32 2.30 -4.12 -8.23 10.52
Airlines 100.45 0.20 3.58 3.06 -8.46 -20.22
Furnishings & Appliances 226.01 0.20 2.42 1.97 0.77 1.33
Heavy Machinery 473.96 0.20 0.34 -0.14 1.19 6.80
Tobacco 165.01 0.19 2.40 3.26 0.37 25.74
Software 453.94 0.17 1.58 -1.18 -1.68 -0.82
Food Retailers & Wholesalers 175.24 0.11 3.23 -4.64 -5.54 -0.38
Heavy Construction 158.46 0.09 1.38 3.03 8.11 6.54
Industrial Serv 158.57 0.00 1.72 -0.40 -3.31 7.63
Advanced Industrial Equip 142.73 -0.03 4.64 -1.49 -1.61 10.34
Soft Drinks 260.64 -0.03 -1.16 -2.67 -9.15 8.05
Land Transportation Equip 326.54 -0.04 0.14 -0.12 8.58 6.44
Recreational Prod & Serv 238.62 -0.08 1.93 2.29 6.97 18.85
Pharmaceuticals 269.31 -0.10 1.68 0.67 -4.84 3.23
Food Prod 201.83 -0.10 1.36 0.44 -0.57 17.23
Household Prod, Durable 115.70 -0.12 2.94 0.98 3.19 23.83
Real Estate 209.92 -0.13 3.44 5.91 14.10 21.06
Fixed-Line Communications 115.50 -0.16 0.37 6.24 5.17 6.48
Computers 342.77 -0.18 3.10 -1.07 -3.10 0.61
Wireless Communications 279.92 -0.21 0.75 -0.88 2.64 43.62
Household Prod, Nondurable 406.95 -0.24 0.10 3.43 2.07 27.07
Industrial, Diversified 427.66 -0.25 0.94 0.13 5.22 15.62
Water Utilities 427.46 -0.25 0.75 5.47 6.13 8.17
Advertising 314.06 -0.26 2.31 -1.97 -10.25 -6.96
Internet Serv 216.19 -0.26 2.46 0.76 -2.74 62.06
Automobile Manufacturers 244.32 -0.27 -0.16 -4.03 -2.57 16.65
Banks, Ex-S&L 467.51 -0.27 1.77 3.80 4.88 17.08
Medical Supplies 261.19 -0.28 2.36 4.18 0.80 19.09
Lodging 380.62 -0.30 3.12 -3.65 0.92 19.02
Casinos 361.70 -0.31 0.62 -3.09 -12.10 22.79
Factory Equip 266.79 -0.31 -0.18 -2.54 9.07 26.56
Electric Utilities 123.00 -0.32 0.24 3.51 8.97 19.03
Electric Components & Equip 107.54 -0.32 3.30 -3.40 -9.17 -3.78
Insurance, Prop & Casualty 289.88 -0.33 1.30 1.30 -0.62 10.30
Insurance, Full-Line 438.72 -0.35 2.97 2.32 -0.52 17.64
Aerospace 280.10 -0.36 0.22 1.99 10.40 19.37
Diversified Financial 606.09 -0.40 1.66 3.00 3.51 14.89
Chemicals, Commodity 184.27 -0.44 2.05 1.70 3.52 5.37
Healthcare Providers 308.48 -0.44 0.15 -3.91 -3.05 18.27
Investment Serv 643.35 -0.48 3.28 4.57 -2.46 2.10
Advanced Medical Devices 451.29 -0.51 1.09 1.34 -2.04 15.13
Publishing 312.54 -0.51 1.23 0.78 -5.15 8.02
Gas Utilities 83.50 -0.56 -0.28 2.78 7.55 13.75
Broadcasting 364.19 -0.58 2.74 0.44 -2.62 -5.09
Pollution Control 77.29 -0.58 0.57 -3.16 -2.25 6.12
Chemicals, Specialty 176.03 -0.60 0.89 2.18 5.79 13.14
Building Materials 257.25 -0.61 2.08 3.73 10.62 27.20
Savings & Loan 642.51 -0.68 1.03 0.48 -3.31 11.11
Footwear 207.53 -0.70 2.69 3.90 5.20 27.54
Auto Parts 224.77 -0.73 -1.08 -2.88 0.88 8.91
Coal 121.03 -0.75 -0.63 -2.62 14.43 76.29
Oil Companies, Major 280.80 -0.75 -1.15 -1.33 5.06 25.65
Retailers, Drug-Based 355.24 -0.77 0.95 -4.07 -8.04 2.12
Restaurants 285.47 -0.79 3.47 -3.26 3.50 20.93
Railroads 208.06 -0.83 -0.32 2.47 5.71 14.47
Retailers, Specialty 321.02 -0.86 3.70 2.81 0.09 0.23
Insurance, Life 441.31 -0.90 1.54 0.21 2.11 22.33
Paper Prod 177.50 -0.92 0.24 -0.63 2.95 6.63
Biotechnology 430.33 -0.96 3.30 3.30 -1.34 3.60
Retailers, Broadline 320.76 -0.98 -0.22 1.48 0.28 0.47
Containers & Packaging 144.61 -1.05 1.46 1.30 4.39 21.41
Retailers, Apparel 285.04 -1.13 0.62 -0.34 -2.93 7.68
Forest Prod 228.21 -1.27 1.81 3.17 4.58 24.86
Consumer Electronics 592.47 -1.43 15.83 7.70 24.39 113.00
Aluminum 264.30 -1.46 3.18 3.87 8.03 12.96
Clothing & Fabrics 129.79 -1.55 2.17 4.84 5.08 18.08
Oil Drilling, Equip & Serv 256.04 -1.59 0.87 -3.31 9.93 21.26
Precious Metals 85.52 -1.64 3.97 11.07 11.15 13.57
Marine Transport 215.47 -1.73 0.01 -3.24 7.85 31.68
Oil Companies, Secondary 246.29 -1.76 -1.11 -5.01 7.88 39.10
Mining 563.81 -1.95 1.60 27.45 50.68 194.81
Nonferrous Metals 181.38 -2.18 1.69 5.90 14.61 42.24
Trucking 218.31 -3.04 -2.52 -2.45 10.74 23.41
Tires 48.57 -3.09 -3.28 0.22 18.17 42.89
Steel 119.97 -3.61 -1.15 4.52 30.35 75.84
[/code:1:3d9280f663]

IIC
08-23-2004, 05:50 PM
I see that SNCI is on your hidden gems list. I bought that one and sold for a little profit right before it tanked. I'll be investigating this one. It's formed a solid base on the chart and the volume is way down.

Have you been watching DHB? It's making a good run...I considered buying when it got close to $12, but didn't. It gapped up today, so a re-buying opportunity could still come if it fills today's gap.

I'm also looking at NUTR. It took a big drop after Mr Market got in. It looks like it has probably bottom out.

No, I was not watching DHB today. I have been concentrating on Day Trading lately...things happen so fast it is not possible for me to post the trades in a timely manner. Today I BOT/SLD IMOS...broke even.

IIC
08-23-2004, 06:01 PM
Today's MoMo: HSVLY JPST HXL WILCF TUNE SIMC RUBO DCU SMTI ENWV WLB PETD PMTI FLIR EXM VIDE

IIC
08-24-2004, 10:07 AM
Support/Resistance For Tuesday

Nasdaq

Resistance

1935
1898-1903-Medium
1877
1841

Support

1821-Medium
1786-Weak
1750-1755
1740
1720-1725-Weak


QQQ

Resistance

35.65-Medium
35.10
34.85-Medium
34.45-Medium

Support

Support/Resistance For Monday

Nasdaq

Resistance

1935
1898-1903
1877
1841

Support

1821-Medium
1803
1786-Weak
1750-1755
1740
1720-1725-Weak


QQQ

Resistance

35.65-Medium
35.10
34.85-Medium
34.45-Medium

Support

34.05-Medium
33.70
32.95-Weak
32.35-32.45
32.15

IIC
08-24-2004, 10:12 AM
Morning Watch:
CAT MRGE KNSY RDCM SANM OPSW SYNA BCRX ECGI EGHT CBMX RCCC CYBX

IIC
08-24-2004, 06:25 PM
Morning Watch:
CAT MRGE KNSY RDCM SANM OPSW SYNA BCRX ECGI EGHT CBMX RCCC CYBX

Only one that panned out was CYBX for me...held it for 25 mins. None
of the others met the criteria...which is basically a gap up, retreat
and consolidation on lower vol and wait for a second move on vol. If
it doesn't go up right away...sell. BOT CYBX at 3:15pm at
19.82...sold at 3:40pm at 20.96 after it had gone up to 21.47.

IIC
08-24-2004, 07:42 PM
Today's MoMo:

TZOO PCU FKL VNBC SDA EXM SEPR AMXC UIC ENWV JLL STSI HXL AVN BIVN LPTH TRFDF

IIC
08-24-2004, 10:28 PM
Support/Resistance For Wednesday

Nasdaq

Resistance

1935
1898-1903-Medium
1877
1865
1841

Support

1820-1825-Medium
1750-1755
1740
1720-1725-Weak


QQQ

Resistance

35.70-Medium
35.10
34.85-Medium
34.45-Medium

Support

34.05-Medium
33.80-Medium
32.95-Weak
32.35-32.45

Michaelk005
08-25-2004, 02:40 AM
New out of Russia,, Two planes were possibly highjacked and went down almost simultaniously. I will be interested to see the results this will play on the markets and will be watching the news this EVE for more of a report..

IIC
08-25-2004, 10:02 AM
Morning Watch

SJM CLZR SMTC DITC HUG APSG SIGM ADEX TOL BMRN WSM JWN AMWD BIVN SIGA

IIC
08-25-2004, 10:07 AM
Add...NGEN DCLK NDSN SINA OTIV

IIC
08-25-2004, 10:19 AM
STLD on upgrade

IIC
08-25-2004, 09:17 PM
Made 3 daytrades today...Went 1up ADEX, 1dn ESMC and broke even on one WSM.

IIC
08-25-2004, 09:52 PM
Today's MoMo: EXM DITC TZOO SNDA ADSK FKL SEPR TMIC JUPM CETV ELN SAPE RCF CLHB DUSA SMTI LNG FLDR WITS TUNE GAIT GLOV HA DCU SIMC AVN

IIC
08-25-2004, 09:58 PM
[code:1:beb7b657ae]Analysts' Highest-Rated Stocks



This is a weekly ranking by First Call of the highest-rated stocks, based on analyst comments contributed within the past month to First Call's database.

To be included on the list, a company must be rated by at least five analysts.

First Call Consensus Recommendation Scale

1 = Buy

2 = Buy/Hold

3 = Hold

4 = Hold/Sell

5 = Sell


Most Attractive Issues
---- ---------- ------
Latest # Analysts Previous
Consensus Covering Consensus

(ULBI) 1.0 5 1.2
(KERX) 1.1 7 1.0
(MSM) 1.2 6 1.0
(EPIC) 1.2 6 1.3
(DTPI) 1.2 6 1.8
(CLDN) 1.2 6 1.1
(SCST) 1.2 6 1.5
(DOVP) 1.2 5 1.3
(DRL) 1.2 5 1.0
(VCBI) 1.2 5 1.0
(PERY) 1.2 5 1.0
(MRTN) 1.2 5 1.3
(XRAY) 1.2 5 1.6
(STSA) 1.2 5 1.0
(DNET) 1.2 5 1.6
(SAH) 1.2 5 1.8
(ELBO) 1.3 9 1.4
(EPL) 1.3 9 1.4
(SINT) 1.3 7 1.2
(APCS) 1.3 6 1.2
(MDU) 1.3 6 1.2
(PCTI) 1.3 6 1.0
(CCBI) 1.3 6 1.4
(NCT) 1.3 6 1.4
(PDC) 1.3 6 1.4
(WITS) 1.3 6 1.4
(SPN) 1.3 6 1.7
(TKLC) 1.4 10 1.6
(AVID) 1.4 9 1.6
(TTI) 1.4 8 1.6
(MLS) 1.4 8 1.5
(ET) 1.4 8 1.3
(MOGN) 1.4 8 1.3
(AVCT) 1.4 7 1.3
(ORB) 1.4 7 1.7
(TMO) 1.4 7 1.6
(UNFI) 1.4 7 1.6
(GTNA) 1.4 5 1.8
(DSCO) 1.4 5 1.3
(MATK) 1.4 5 1.0
(ORPH) 1.4 5 1.8
(CACS) 1.4 5 1.5
(AMV) 1.4 5 1.5
(BKST) 1.4 5 1.3
(WRNC) 1.4 5 1.3
(LIFC) 1.4 5 1.8
(WR) 1.4 5 1.5
(XPRSA) 1.4 5 1.8
(NDSN) 1.4 5 1.3
(LIOX) 1.4 5 1.6
(JAH) 1.4 5 1.8
(ACA) 1.4 5 1.6
(MRGE) 1.4 5 1.6
(KIND) 1.4 5 1.5
(BCII) 1.4 5 1.5
(TYC) 1.5 14 1.6
(WSH) 1.5 13 1.4
(RI) 1.5 11 1.4
(FOSL) 1.5 10 1.7
(DNDN) 1.5 10 1.6
(SFD) 1.5 10 1.6
(ENCY) 1.5 8 1.4
(TRID) 1.5 8 1.4
(AGO) 1.5 8 1.8
(FQVLF) 1.5 6 1.4
(BKBOF) 1.5 6 1.6
(HUG) 1.5 6 1.7
(OZRK) 1.5 6 1.8
(UWN) 1.5 6 1.7
(FLO) 1.5 6 1.6
(RPM) 1.5 6 1.8
(BDY) 1.5 6 1.6
(WFR) 1.5 6 1.6
(CVTI) 1.5 6 1.7
(IIVI) 1.5 6 1.9
[/code:1:beb7b657ae]

[code:1:beb7b657ae]Analysts' Lowest-Rated Stocks



This is a weekly ranking by First Call of the Lowest-rated stocks, based on analyst comments contributed within the past month to First Call's database.

To be included on the list, a company must be rated by at least five analysts.

First Call Consensus Recommendation Scale

1 = Buy

2 = Buy/Hold

3 = Hold

4 = Hold/Sell

5 = Sell


Least Attractive Issues
---- ---------- ------
Latest # Analysts Previous
Consensus Covering Consensus

(MSO) 4.4 5 4.3
(SPOT) 4.0 5 4.2
(PCU) 4.0 5 3.8
(FLYI) 4.0 8 4.1
(WIN) 4.0 8 3.9
(EK) 3.9 10 4.0
(GBP) 3.9 11 3.7
(ALO) 3.8 5 3.4
(PDQ) 3.8 5 3.6
(CLP) 3.8 5 4.2
(EEX) 3.8 5 3.6
(PAL) 3.8 6 3.7
(WTNY) 3.8 6 4.0
(PPS) 3.8 13 3.9
(EDS) 3.8 21 3.7
(T) 3.8 26 3.9
(STFC) 3.7 7 3.8
(HIW) 3.7 9 3.6
(PGL) 3.7 9 3.4
(DSGX) 3.7 9 3.6
(RYG) 3.7 10 3.8
(LVLT) 3.7 11 3.8
(AIV) 3.7 15 3.6
(LAB) 3.6 5 3.8
(DMRC) 3.6 5 3.4
(MSW) 3.6 5 2.8
(GAP) 3.6 5 3.5
(DSFB) 3.6 5 3.5
(PZE) 3.6 7 3.5
(TZA) 3.6 9 3.7
(BEL) 3.6 10 3.2
(MGM) 3.6 12 3.3
(MXO) 3.6 16 3.3
(HE) 3.5 6 3.2
(SUI) 3.5 6 3.8
(BBOX) 3.5 6 3.3
(TRH) 3.5 6 3.2
(SUP) 3.5 10 3.3
(TE) 3.5 14 3.6
(CHTR) 3.5 16 3.6
(MCIP) 3.4 5 3.6
(DRRX) 3.4 5 3.8
(REGN) 3.4 5 3.0
(CSG) 3.4 5 3.8
(DRXR) 3.4 5 2.2
(SGU) 3.4 5 3.2
(RLRN) 3.4 5 3.3
(DQE) 3.4 5 3.3
(AAII) 3.4 5 3.3
(SWC) 3.4 7 3.5
(FGP) 3.4 7 3.5
(AKS) 3.4 7 3.1
(OMI) 3.4 7 3.6
(UST) 3.4 7 3.6
(PTF) 3.4 8 3.3
(PKS) 3.4 8 3.3
(CFM) 3.4 8 3.5
(EMT) 3.4 8 3.1
(DDS) 3.4 8 3.7
(GAS) 3.4 8 3.5
(PVX) 3.4 8 3.6
(WGL) 3.4 9 3.5
(EP) 3.4 11 3.3
(SPW) 3.4 11 3.3[/code:1:beb7b657ae]

IIC
08-26-2004, 02:37 AM
Support/Resistance for Thursday

Nasdaq

Resistance

1935
1898-Medium
1877
1865

Support

1835-Medium
1820-Weak
1750-1755
1740
1720-1725-Weak


QQQ

Resistance

35.65-Medium
35.00-35.10
34.75

Support

34.45
33.95-34.05-Strong
33.80-Weak
32.95-Weak
32.35-32.45

IIC
08-26-2004, 09:56 AM
ZIGO TASR CWTR APOL UOPX DFIB NEWP SFD BNK GMRK TDW GILD


I watch these for gaps...then pullbacks and consol on low vol...then wait for a second move on vol(if it happens)

IIC
08-26-2004, 07:03 PM
Missed Today...Had to go to Costa Mesa for an early meeting...In looking at my Early Watch I see CWTR as the only possibility for maybe a 4% gain if my timing had been right.

In case anyone wonders what the heck I'm doing...Since February I have been studying some daytrading methods. Since I work F/T there's only so much I can do...so I want to keep it FAST and SIMPLE. In June I started making a few trades here and there...OK results....made a bit.

But anyway, I continued working on my plan, making adjustments and actually just started this week. Basically, I'm identifying stocks that will gap up in the morning(news related and pre-mkt movers) and I'm including others that are "potential" gaps.

After the market opens I find others that gapped on volume that were not on my list.

After 7am I am watching for pullbacks and consolidations on lower vol...then I wait to see if another move on volume occurs past the opening range or an earlier mini-consolidation point. If I catch it I will buy and ride it with a trailing stop of approx. 2%(This will vary according to the price) as it goes up. If it does not go up real quick after I buy then I'll just dump it. If it heads down I'll try to sell ASAP with a loss of no more than 1%. Although I lost 1.2% on ESMC yesterday due to the lag. So far this week excl. commish, I lost 1.2%, made 1 cent, broke exactly even, made 4.45% and made 5.7%...not a long track record...I'll let you know after 500 trades.

Also during the day I will watch the strongest movers in the strongest and weakest groups for 2nd moves regardless of whether or not they gapped at the open.

Anyway, there's more to it but just in case you noticed a difference...now you know. I will concentrate on this for the rest of the year and work on refining it...IIC

PS: In case any of you real detailed people wonder why I sold ADEX yesterday when it was only 3 cents under the day's high at the time...it was because I had to leave to go to work...That worked out better because it went down 2.5% before it moved back up...but I think the hardest thing about this will be interference from my job.

IIC
08-26-2004, 09:01 PM
Today's MoMo

WFI CWTR ARKR SNDA DITC SMTI TNH GRA CRS NARA KERX VIDE PMTI CETV MSS LFL TRMM TSC ECIL CNLG RBAK NETP DCU

billyjoe
08-26-2004, 10:05 PM
IIC, I applaud you for the fine research. You certainly have more energy than this old dude. This market thing can be figured out and you'll be one of the few that will do it.
billyjoe

IIC
08-26-2004, 10:24 PM
Support/Resistance for Friday

Nasdaq

Resistance

1935
1898-Medium
1877
1865

Support

1835-Medium
1750-1755

QQQ

Resistance

35.65-Medium
35.00-35.10
34.75
34.45-Medium

Support

34.05-Medium
33.80-Weak
32.95-Weak
32.45

IIC
08-26-2004, 10:59 PM
IIC, I applaud you for the fine research. You certainly have more energy than this old dude. This market thing can be figured out and you'll be one of the few that will do it.
billyjoe

Thank you billyjoe...I've been working on this quite a while...gathering ideas and info...I started swing trading last year...before that I was more of an Intermediate-Term 30-180 day guy. Was a pretty strict Canslimmer from the 70's to mid '00...We'll see...I'll be around...But I don't really envision a great risk here...even if it doesn't pan out...Best, IIC

IIC
08-27-2004, 10:00 AM
Morning Watch:

KBAY EASI CHINA LCAV TECD MAXM TIVO SGP COH KNSY KLAC TUTR BRL CHTT PSFT MEDI

IIC
08-27-2004, 10:14 AM
Add BSX

IIC
08-27-2004, 03:12 PM
Hi Breakout...I made 3 buys today CHTT -1%, BCSI -2cents and ALDN which I still have(did not trade ALDN to plan...need some discipline work)...avg. price on ALDN is 16.11...I will bail by day's end...IIC

New-born baby
08-27-2004, 04:11 PM
IIC,

Thank you for posting your current daytrading method. I wish you much success. I would like to ask you to keep us informed with any developements and changes in strategy. If you hit upon a successful system, of course I'd like to know about it.

I have done some daytrading. Truthfully, the current market is so skittish that I quit U.S. stocks after May 10th. I have invested in foreign stocks and found that market much calmer, more predictable, more stable and more profitable. But I expect I'll come back when this market gains a measure of stability.

IIC
08-27-2004, 05:59 PM
Lost 1/3% on ALDN.

Overall, 3 up 4 dn and 1 break even on Daytrades this week. Avg gain 1% ea. However, since all trades were not of equal $ amts...the gain for the week was a shade over 6% incl. commish.

Will be interesting to see after 100 trades.

IIC
08-28-2004, 12:06 AM
In my first Daytrading ONLY week I did OK...been reviewing my mental errors...there were a few. All but one actually worked in my favor...but, that's not what I want to do. I made 8 daytrades this week...3 up 4 dn 1 even.

Overall, excl. commish I made 7.997% taking the % gain/loss of each trade and adding it up. If I take the total price of the buys I made... 1.4% incl. commish on the total $ amt...but I used the same money multiple times. If I take the avg. $ amt. per trade and use my overall profit minus commish I made 6.24% for the week.

But realistically, I should take my total portfolio amount that I alloted to this. Then take my gain minus commish...divide it by what I started with and it comes out to +5.38%.

Still working on this and I will for quite some time unless I lose my shirt. If and when I get comfortable with this I will use margin...IIC

IIC
08-28-2004, 12:25 AM
Today's MoMo: SEB TIE ATBC EXM AMXC SDA VNBC WLB TNH CHTT BAK AWIN UAHC LAN GRA HA PMTI ACU TRMM IGL LB CGM

IIC
08-28-2004, 12:46 AM
[code:1:26c6ee0855]Final Market Diaries: NYSE, Nasdaq, Amex 4:00 p.m. ET

. FRI THU WK 8/27
NYSE Market Diary
Issues traded 3,402 3,380 3,557
Advances 2,187 1,792 2,298
Declines 1,031 1,454 1,177
Unchanged 184 134 82
New highs 88 91 206
New lows 13 13 39
zAdv vol (000) 556,009 550,432 2,881,325
zDecl vol (000) 271,974 447,501 2,180,244
zTotal vol (000) 847,993 1,021,082 5,175,163
Closing tick1 +163 +455
..
Closing Arms2 (trin) 1.04 1.00
..
zBlock trades 11,490 14,650 74,042

Nasdaq Market Diary
Issues traded 3,233 3,230 3,452
Advances 1,916 1,246 1,930
Declines 1,127 1,807 1,401
Unchanged 190 177 121
New highs 39 49 122
New lows 27 24 138
Adv vol (000) 666,461 350,772 3,256,122
Decl vol (000) 300,616 774,633 2,460,573
Total vol (000) 990,041 1,145,115 5,869,451
Block trades n.a. 7,438 y30,753

Amex Market Diary
Issues traded 961 965 1,085
Advances 562 458 627
Declines 312 397 388
Unchanged 87 110 70
New highs 13 17 35
New lows 7 10 36
zAdv vol (000) 24,741 18,331 117,198
zDecl vol (000) 6,039 22,136 86,429
zTotal vol (000) 32,819 42,944 213,894
Comp vol (000) 167,162 187,146 1,086,656
zBlock trades n.a. 672 y3,061
u-Two-day total, w-Three-day total, y-Four-day total
z-NYSE or Amex only
c-correction, r-revised, n.a.-not available[/code:1:26c6ee0855]

IIC
08-28-2004, 12:49 AM
[code:1:b2f34d0000]
Company Name Symbol Date Time Reuters YrAgo

EARNINGS TO BE ANNOUNCED WEEK OF AUG 30 - SEP 3

Accredo Health ACDO 8/30 B 0.40 0.36
Dycom DY 8/30 A 0.35 0.24
Albertson's ABS 8/31 B 0.33 0.43
Engineered Support EASI 8/31 B 0.75 0.49
FuelCell Energy FCEL 8/31 B -0.40 -0.38
Utd Nat Foods UNFI 8/31 B 0.22 0.16
Zale ZLC 8/31 B 0.13 0.10
Cooper Cos COO 8/31 A 0.68 0.58
Donaldson DCI 8/31 A 0.33 0.30
Hain Celestial HAIN 8/31 A 0.14 0.17
Open Text OTEX 8/31 A 0.28 0.23
Corinthian Colleges COCO 9/1 B 0.19 0.19
Highwoods Prop HIW 9/1 A 0.55 -0.05
SkillSoft SKIL 9/1 A 0.02 0.00
Veritas DGC VTS 9/1 A 0.26 0.03
Cardinal Health CAH 9/2 B 0.93 0.89
Del Monte DLM 9/2 B 0.06 0.09
DocuCorp International DOCC 9/2 B 0.16 0.09
Spartech Corp SEH 9/2 B 0.37 0.28
Shuffle Master SHFL 9/2 D 0.25 0.18
CSK Auto CAO 9/2 A 0.29 0.30
Esterline Techs ESL 9/2 A 0.49 0.31
Finisar FNSR 9/2 A -0.04 -0.06
Mandalay Resort MBG 9/2 A 1.02 0.70
Pall Corp PLL 9/2 A 0.48 0.45
Portal Software PRSF 9/2 A -0.29 -0.05[/code:1:b2f34d0000]

Economic Data and other events
scheduled for August 30 - Sep 3

MONDAY
Personal Income & Outlays for July (8:30 am ET)

Treasury auctions 3&6-month bills

TUESDAY
Weekly Chain Store Sales (9 am ET)

Chicago PMI for August (10 am ET)

Consumer Confidence Index for August (10 am ET)

WEDNESDAY
ISM Index for August (10 am ET)

Construction Spending for July (10 am ET)

Auto Sales for August

THURSDAY
Productivity Index for Q2 (8:30 am ET)

Weekly Initial Jobless Claims (8:30 am ET)

Factory Orders for July (10 am ET)

Weekly Money Supply (4:30 pm ET)

FRIDAY
Employment Report for August (8:30 am ET)

ISM Services Index for August (10 am ET)

Early Close for Bond Market (2 pm ET)

IIC
08-28-2004, 11:01 AM
Naz, New Highs, Closed Up on at least 2x ADV:
ATBC ALCO BDMS HAFC AMXC VNBC SBCF SMTI EPAX REBC

Naz, High RS, New Highs, Closed Up on at least 1.5x ADV:
ATBC AMXC VNBC SMTI

IIC
08-28-2004, 03:18 PM
IIC 100

Nasdaq Only

TZOO ISSC JUPM TASR NAVR CWTR PMTI SNDA VNBC WSBK FLIR PNFP CRDN URBN HDWR GMAI NARA CATT EPEX WITS WBSN SNHY ANIK AAPL DADE CMCO FLDR CCBI CPRT LSTR HOFT ICPT FOSL IMGC SMTS BEIQ BLUD INFY BIIB GBTS SHFL CNTY FAST YHOO AMHC MDCC JOYG ALDN NUCO EAGL NIKU ACAP ARTI CLDN PSYS ECPG EBAY XPRSA TIWI DGII COBZ LCAV PRFT GEHL FRBK MATR CTSH UTIW AMWD SBNY LIFC CELG SBUX SWIR VRNT TCBI SPAR KEYW AMMD SRVY CVTI BELFB MGRC JOSB EXBD NWPX VOLVY VOXX SGDE JNPR SUMX UOPX PDCO BJRI LECO CSGP PTEN VMSI RPFG USFC

IIC
08-30-2004, 10:20 AM
Morning Watch...ICBC NXTL LNR TSRA FR ULBI CORT MCRL NAII BSMD WHT AATK KOPN VRTS NWRE ESLR ALDN AACE DRXR BIOVE

IIC
08-31-2004, 12:12 AM
Support/Resistance For Tuesday


Nasdaq

Resistance

1935
1898-Medium
1872-1877-Medium
1841-Medium

Support

1820-Weak
1750-1755

QQQ

Resistance

34.75
34.25-Very Strong
34.05-Weak

Support

33.80-Weak
32.95-Weak
32.45


Today's MoMo:

WBNK PKOH VIDE WLB HDWR TNH ENWV FKL NOBH MCRI NARA TPL AVN TZOO SIMC
DCU AATK CGM ICOC

Sorry that I have not been around much...but this Daytrading thing is
more than a F/T job... 1 up 2 dn today for a small loss...IIC

IIC
08-31-2004, 09:42 AM
Early list...AATK AMD IPIX VTIV LTON TOPT PKS JNPR EASI ...others TDY FCEL VRTS DEX

IIC
08-31-2004, 10:23 AM
Morning Watch...NE NIHD HDWR AATK AMD IPIX VTIV LTON TOPT PKS JNPR EASI FCEL BLDP TFSM ...others TDY VRTS DEX UPL TTN HET

IIC
08-31-2004, 06:09 PM
BOT/SLD SIAL...up 1 cent...gave it 5 mins to run...didn't...bailed

IIC
08-31-2004, 07:57 PM
Today's MoMo:

ALX TZOO UPL TPL DEVC IIVI VIDE ARKR IGL IPIX NAFC IPS AMXC MYS PCR NG SMSI UAHC PLP CDV

IIC
08-31-2004, 09:16 PM
Support/Resistance For Wednesday


Nasdaq

Resistance

1935
1898
1872-1877-Medium
1841-Medium

Support

1820-Weak
1750-1755

QQQ

Resistance

35.05
34.75
34.45-Medium
34.05-Medium

Support

33.70-33.80
32.95-Weak
32.45

IIC
09-01-2004, 09:09 AM
[code:1:5acf04074e]Analysts' Highest-Rated Stocks



This is a weekly ranking by First Call of the highest-rated stocks, based on analyst comments contributed within the past month to First Call's database.

To be included on the list, a company must be rated by at least five analysts.

First Call Consensus Recommendation Scale

1 = Buy

2 = Buy/Hold

3 = Hold

4 = Hold/Sell

5 = Sell


Most Attractive Issues
---- ---------- ------
Latest # Analysts Previous
Consensus Covering Consensus

(ULBI) 1.0 5 1.2
(KERX) 1.1 7 1.0
(EPIC) 1.2 6 1.3
(DTPI) 1.2 6 1.8
(MSM) 1.2 6 1.0
(DRL) 1.2 5 1.0
(VCBI) 1.2 5 1.0
(XRAY) 1.2 5 1.6
(DNET) 1.2 5 1.6
(SAH) 1.2 5 1.8
(DOVP) 1.2 5 1.3
(OZRK) 1.2 5 1.5
(STSA) 1.2 5 1.0
(CLDN) 1.2 5 1.1
(SCST) 1.2 5 1.5
(EPL) 1.3 8 1.4
(SINT) 1.3 7 1.2
(MDU) 1.3 6 1.2
(PCTI) 1.3 6 1.0
(PDC) 1.3 6 1.4
(NCT) 1.3 6 1.4
(APCS) 1.3 6 1.2
(CCBI) 1.3 6 1.4
(WITS) 1.3 6 1.4
(ACA) 1.3 6 1.4
(TKLC) 1.4 10 1.6
(ENCY) 1.4 9 1.5
(ELBO) 1.4 8 1.3
(ET) 1.4 8 1.3
(MLS) 1.4 8 1.5
(MOGN) 1.4 8 1.3
(AVCT) 1.4 7 1.3
(UNFI) 1.4 7 1.6
(ORB) 1.4 7 1.7
(TMO) 1.4 7 1.6
(VSAT) 1.4 7 1.5
(GTNA) 1.4 5 1.8
(ORPH) 1.4 5 1.8
(CACS) 1.4 5 1.5
(AMV) 1.4 5 1.5
(WRNC) 1.4 5 1.3
(LIFC) 1.4 5 1.8
(MRGE) 1.4 5 1.6
(BKST) 1.4 5 1.3
(JAH) 1.4 5 1.8
(WR) 1.4 5 1.5
(BCII) 1.4 5 1.5
(NOOF) 1.4 5 1.3
(LIOX) 1.4 5 1.6
(MATK) 1.4 5 1.0
(SPN) 1.4 5 1.3
(CPTV) 1.4 5 1.3
(KIND) 1.4 5 1.5
(SMTL) 1.4 5 1.5
(WSH) 1.5 13 1.4
(SFD) 1.5 11 1.6
(RI) 1.5 11 1.4
(DNDN) 1.5 10 1.6
(AGO) 1.5 8 1.8
(CHRD) 1.5 8 1.9
(HUG) 1.5 6 1.7
(BDY) 1.5 6 1.6
(CTRP) 1.5 6 1.6
(FSH) 1.5 6 1.4
(GNCMA) 1.5 6 1.4
(RCRC) 1.5 6 1.4
(JOE) 1.5 6 1.6
(VVN) 1.5 6 1.7
(RRC) 1.5 6 1.6
(UWN) 1.5 6 1.7
(WFR) 1.5 6 1.6
(RPM) 1.5 6 1.8
(RDEN) 1.5 6 1.8
(PRGS) 1.5 6 1.7[/code:1:5acf04074e]

[code:1:5acf04074e]Analysts' Lowest-Rated Stocks



This is a weekly ranking by First Call of the Lowest-rated stocks, based on analyst comments contributed within the past month to First Call's database.

To be included on the list, a company must be rated by at least five analysts.

First Call Consensus Recommendation Scale

1 = Buy

2 = Buy/Hold

3 = Hold

4 = Hold/Sell

5 = Sell


Least Attractive Issues
---- ---------- ------
Latest # Analysts Previous
Consensus Covering Consensus

(MSO) 4.4 5 4.3
(PCU) 4.0 5 3.8
(WIN) 4.0 8 3.9
(FLYI) 3.9 9 4.0
(EK) 3.9 10 4.0
(GBP) 3.9 11 3.7
(ALO) 3.8 5 3.4
(CLP) 3.8 5 4.2
(EEX) 3.8 5 3.6
(PAL) 3.8 6 3.7
(LVLT) 3.8 10 3.7
(T) 3.8 25 3.9
(STTS) 3.7 6 3.8
(WTNY) 3.7 6 3.6
(HIW) 3.7 9 3.6
(PGL) 3.7 9 3.4
(DSGX) 3.7 9 3.6
(AIV) 3.7 15 3.6
(DQE) 3.6 5 3.4
(DMRC) 3.6 5 3.4
(GAP) 3.6 5 3.5
(LAB) 3.6 5 3.8
(MCIP) 3.6 5 3.4
(MSW) 3.6 5 2.8
(PZE) 3.6 7 3.5
(PVX) 3.6 8 3.4
(STFC) 3.6 8 3.7
(DDS) 3.6 9 3.5
(TZA) 3.6 9 3.7
(RYG) 3.6 11 3.7
(MGM) 3.6 12 3.3
(PPS) 3.6 13 3.8
(MXO) 3.6 18 3.3
(EDS) 3.6 21 3.7
(CYBX) 3.5 6 3.0
(SUI) 3.5 6 3.8
(TRH) 3.5 6 3.2
(HE) 3.5 6 3.2
(BBOX) 3.5 6 3.3
(SUP) 3.5 10 3.3
(TE) 3.5 14 3.6
(CHTR) 3.5 16 3.6
(RLRN) 3.4 5 3.3
(DRRX) 3.4 5 3.8
(AMRI) 3.4 5 3.2
(CSG) 3.4 5 3.8
(QLTY) 3.4 5 2.0
(DRXR) 3.4 5 2.2
(AAII) 3.4 5 3.3
(REGN) 3.4 5 3.0
(SGU) 3.4 5 3.2
(CHZ) 3.4 7 3.1
(AKS) 3.4 7 3.1
(SWC) 3.4 7 3.5
(ELP) 3.4 7 3.3
(OMI) 3.4 7 3.6
(UST) 3.4 7 3.6
(FGP) 3.4 7 3.5
(PTF) 3.4 8 3.3
(GAS) 3.4 8 3.1
(PKS) 3.4 8 3.3
(EMT) 3.4 8 3.1[/code:1:5acf04074e]

IIC
09-01-2004, 10:20 AM
Morning Watch: MANT SUPG COO COCO UDI HAIN SWIR ASE SGMS IDNX MGM OXGN IPAS APOL PKS CECO LAUR

IIC
09-01-2004, 06:57 PM
Today's MoMo:

HANS CCJ ASE PETD GIVN OCLR TMIC UPL IO IPS ADVNB ADVNA KERX AMXC DUSA NOBH WLV NSS CMCO STSI SOSA ACR AVN UAHC ASY

IIC
09-01-2004, 07:09 PM
Made 3 trades today...caught part of the MOGN move for a 4% gain. Made a tiny amount on CECO which covered my commish and lunch ( I was trying to catch a sympathy run which stalled immediately later on in the day). Also made a stupid mistake on BLBK...should have sold immediately for a 1% or so loss but I held on for hours and lost 3.4%...that was not part of my plan...But the MOGN trade was larger so my daytrade portfolio went up 1%.

IIC
09-01-2004, 10:59 PM
Support/Resistance For Thursday


Nasdaq

Resistance

1935
1898-Medium
1872-1877-Medium

Support

1841-Medium
1820-1830-Weak
1750-1755

QQQ

Resistance

35.05
34.75
34.45-Weak

Support

34.25-Very Strong
33.70-33.80-Weak
32.95-Weak
32.45

IIC
09-02-2004, 10:19 AM
Morning Watch: AEOS SKIL CLE PLCE BEBE BKE STGS BBY JWN NVEC PIR GPS IDNX SUPG SGP DOCC AFBC

IIC
09-03-2004, 12:28 AM
Today's MoMo:

AFBC HWG TASR AEOS BMHC ESE GIVN STST ADBL ISRG TZOO UPL PETD MGLN STMP CBTE GRA BAK TNH TRMM TRMD GGY NOBH PDC EGY DRAX HSVLY TRA SOSA ENPT BLD AVN

Today I made 5 daytrades...up/down/up/down/up...for a WHOOPING $56 gain after commish...well...coulda been worse!!!

IIC
09-03-2004, 12:54 AM
Support/Resistance For Friday


Nasdaq

Resistance

1970-Medium
1935
1898-Medium

Support

1872-Medium
1841-Medium
1820-1830-Weak
1750-1755

QQQ

Resistance

36.15
35.60-Medium
35.05

Support

34.75
34.45-Medium
34.05-Medium
33.70-33.80-Weak
32.95-Weak
32.45

Notice that both are right above support points

IIC
09-03-2004, 10:07 AM
Pre Watch: MICC KMRT SHFL ADAT IPMT TEVA UAIR

tx_damnyankee0
09-03-2004, 10:19 AM
thanks, waiting for your post. :)

IIC
09-03-2004, 10:27 AM
Not a whole lot interesting this morn

Websman
09-03-2004, 03:44 PM
Not a whole lot interesting this morn

I took off work today, hoping to do a day trade...

Nothing looked good, I ended up at the beach instead.

Websman
09-03-2004, 04:22 PM
I'm watching DHB for the last 30 minutes...looking for a possible drop during the last few minutes of trading.

IIC
09-03-2004, 05:52 PM
Well, it dropped a bit...

I made 3 trades today...1up 2dn...flat overall. This week I made just a little...very little...But I learned some things on the daytrading front.

Hope everyone has a nice holiday weekend...I'll post some stuff later or tomorrow.

IIC
09-03-2004, 06:36 PM
Today's MoMo:

HWG MBT LNG VNBC ASE IST LFL TSC ATPG TRA CASA EGY SOSA

Websman
09-03-2004, 07:10 PM
Well, it dropped a bit...

I made 3 trades today...1up 2dn...flat overall. This week I made just a little...very little...But I learned some things on the daytrading front.

Hope everyone has a nice holiday weekend...I'll post some stuff later or tomorrow.

It dropped....but not to my target price. I'm still not in.

I'm planning on learning all I can about day trading before I retire. That gives me 14 years to learn...

IIC
09-03-2004, 11:09 PM
Hey Webs...I always planned on retiring when I turned 60(9yrs. from now)...But now I'm thinking maybe 85...that should give me enough time to get the DT thing down...LOL :lol:

Websman
09-04-2004, 10:39 AM
I'll be 53 when I'm eligible to retire, so I'll be too young to actually quit working. I've seen too many guys quit working, then go downhill. :shock:

Keep up the post's...I'm learning from your trades!

IIC
09-04-2004, 11:23 AM
Bad news...just input my trades for the week and find out I actually lost a very small amount for the week. I had forgotten to write my loss amt down on NAII on Monday.

So far after 2 full weeks I have made 23 daytrades. In counting gainers/losers I have to count commisions. This turns a break even into a loss. It can also turn a 1 cent gainer on 1,000 shs into a loss(which happened last week). So in reporting gainers/losers I will include it.

That revises last week's total to 2 up 6 dn. This week it was 6 up 9 dn...running total 8 up 15 dn. Total portfolio gain after 2 weeks is 5.2% incl. commish.

I have yet to catch any that really run yet. The system I'm trying depends on catching a few like that...but I'm really not sure how many. And my chances are slim that I will catch many because I will sell on a run that pulls back. How many just keep running w/o a pullback?...Not many. So I need to work on my pullback sell rules...how much of a pullback will I give?

My biggest mental error of the week was BLKB. First, I got screwed on the price I paid. But that happens. Then I let it drop 5%. I finally sold for a 3.4% loss. I did not follow my sell plan. I could have easily gotten out for a 1% loss.

Well, we'll see what happens next week...IIC

IIC
09-04-2004, 03:17 PM
Blazing U.S. Profit Growth to Cool

http://trimurl.com/GE

IIC
09-04-2004, 03:34 PM
Economic Data and other events
scheduled for September 6 - 10

MONDAY
Labor Day Holiday - All Markets Closed

TUESDAY
Challenger Job-Cut Report for August (10 am ET)

Treasury auctions 3&6-month bills

WEDNESDAY
Weekly Chain Store Sales (9 am ET)

Fed Chairman Greenspan testifies before House (10:30 am)

Fed Releases Beige Book (2 pm ET)

Consumer Credit for July (3 pm ET)

Treasury auctions 5-year notes

THURSDAY
Import/Export Prices for August (8:30 am ET)

Weekly Initial Jobless Claims (8:30 am ET)

Wholesale Inventories for July (10 am ET)

Treasury auctions 10-year notes

Weekly Money Supply (4:30 pm ET)

FRIDAY
Producer Price Index (PPI) for August (8:30 am ET)

International Trade for July (8:30 am ET)

Company Name Symbol Date Time Reuters YrAgo

[code:1:0f812cebac]EARNINGS TO BE ANNOUNCED WEEK OF SEP 6 - SEP 10

Cardinal Health CAH 9/7 B 0.93 0.89
Fleetwood FLE 9/7 B 0.05 0.05
Hovnanian Entrpr HOV 9/7 B 1.38 1.05
UTI Worldwide UTIW 9/7 B 0.43 0.36
Neiman-Marcus NMG.A 9/7 A 0.37 0.15
Veritas DGC VTS 9/7 A 0.23 0.03
Korn/Ferry KFY 9/8 B 0.15 -0.02
Comverse Tech CMVT 9/8 A 0.05 -0.03
Highwoods Prop HIW 9/8 A 0.56 0.66
Martek Biosci MATK 9/8 A 0.15 0.16
REMEC REMC 9/8 A -0.08 -0.06
Ulticom ULCM 9/8 A 0.05 0.03
Verint Systems VRNT 9/8 A 0.19 0.14
America's Car-Mart CRMT 9/9 B 0.59 0.55
CBRL Group CBRL 9/9 B 0.66 0.70
Jos. A. Bank JOSB 9/9 B 0.24 0.14
Pathmark Stores PTMK 9/9 B 0.04 0.03
National Semi NSM 9/9 D 0.26 0.09
Quiksilver ZQK 9/9 A 0.21
Take-Two TTWO 9/9 A -0.30 0.18
Aceto Corporation ACET 9/10 B 0.20 0.15
Campbell Soup CPB 9/13 B 0.18 0.18

EARNINGS TO BE ANNOUNCED WEEK OF SEP 13 - SEP 17

CKE Restaurants CKR 9/13 B 0.20 0.10
Kroger Co KR 9/14 B 0.27 0.31
Pier 1 Imports PIR 9/14 B 0.11 0.20
Oracle ORCL 9/14 A 0.09 0.08
Best Buy BBY 9/15 B 0.51 0.42
Herman Miller MLHR 9/15 A 0.20 0.11
Bear Stearns BSC 9/16 B 2.00 2.30
CarMax Group KMX 9/16 B 0.29 0.37
Progress Software PRGS 9/16 B 0.24 0.19
Chattem CHTT 9/16 A 0.45 0.34
Verity VRTY 9/16 A 0.07 0.06

EARNINGS TO BE ANNOUNCED WEEK OF SEP 20 - SEP 24

Carnival Corp CCL 9/20 B 1.20 0.90
Intermagnetics IMGC 9/20 B 0.21 0.01
Lehman Brothers LEH 9/20 B 1.56 1.81
Lennar Corp LEN 9/20 B 1.35 1.22
Standard Micro SMSC 9/20 B 0.09 0.08
Adobe Systems ADBE 9/20 A 0.39 0.28
KB Home KBH 9/20 A 2.73 2.33
palmOne PLMO 9/20 A 0.20 -0.58
Red Hat RHAT 9/20 A 0.05 0.02
Comtech Telecom CMTL 9/21 B 0.27 0.27
FactSet FDS 9/21 B 0.46 0.38
Goldman Sachs GS 9/21 B 1.53 1.32
GTECH GTK 9/21 B 0.37 0.37
Morgan Stanley MWD 9/21 B 0.98 0.83
Steelcase SCS 9/21 B 0.01 0.01
3Com COMS 9/21 A -0.06 -0.16
Christopher & Banks CBK 9/21 A 0.15 0.22
Jabil Circuit JBL 9/21 A 0.26 0.20
Scholastic Corp SCHL 9/21 A -1.29 -0.60
TIBCO Software TIBX 9/21 A 0.05 0.02
AutoZone AZO 9/22 B 2.56 2.29
FedEx FDX 9/22 B 1.07 0.61
Worthington WOR 9/22 B 0.41 0.07
Bed Bath & Beyond BBBY 9/22 A 0.38 0.32
CardioDynamics CDIC 9/22 A 0.03 0.02
Cognos Inc COGN 9/22 A 0.26 0.20
Darden Restaurants DRI 9/22 A 0.43 0.40
A.G. Edwards AGE 9/23 B 0.58 0.46
Rite Aid RAD 9/23 B 0.01 -0.04
Finish Line FINL 9/23 A 0.87 0.73
Nike NKE 9/23 A 1.11 0.98
PalmSource PSRC 9/23 A -0.02 -0.36
Paychex PAYX 9/23 A 0.23 0.21
Solectron SLR 9/23 A 0.04 -0.04
Tektronix TEK 9/23 A 0.30 0.18

EARNINGS TO BE ANNOUNCED WEEK OF SEP 27 - OCT 1

InterVoice INTV 9/27 B 0.10 0.08
Walgreen WAG 9/27 B 0.31 0.27
Manugistics MANU 9/27 A -0.04 -0.04
Micron MU 9/27 A 0.21 -0.20
McCormick MKC 9/28 B 0.32 0.29
Electro Scientific ESIO 9/28 A 0.46 -0.34
EXFO EXFO 9/28 A 0.01 -0.04
Research In Motion RIMM 9/28 A 0.43 0.05
Actuant ATU 9/29 B 0.52 0.41
Acuity Brands AYI 9/29 B 0.54 0.50
Emmis Comms EMMS 9/29 B 0.21 0.14
Entegris ENTG 9/29 B 0.14 0.03
Family Dollar FDO 9/29 B 0.28 0.28
General Mills GIS 9/29 B 0.60 0.62
Constellation Brands STZ 9/29 A 0.70 0.64
Merix MERX 9/29 A -0.09 -0.09
Schnitzer Steel SCHN 9/29 A 0.90 0.56
Biomet BMET 9/30 B 0.35 0.30
ConAgra CAG 9/30 B 0.29 0.38
Thor Industries THO 9/30 B 0.52 0.39
Lawson Software LWSN 9/30 A 0.03 0.04
ATI Tech ATYT 10/1 B 0.21 0.12[/code:1:0f812cebac]

IIC
09-05-2004, 09:36 AM
Undiscovered Gems

They are all VERY LOW RS stocks that have very good recent earnings
and very good projections over the next 2 years...

ARMHY ATMI CECO DIGE ECLG ENMC ENTG LTON NETE NFLX NVLS OPNT RSYS
SANM SCSS SILI SNCI VSEA

Note that these are extremely risky IMO. They all have very good eps projections, but as I've seen from past lists, if they fail to live up to the projections they are toast.

billyjoe
09-05-2004, 02:10 PM
IIC,
I can understand why investors buy stocks with high EPS and RS and others look for those with lower EPS, but high RS thinking that if the stock has done well with not so hot earnings they'll surely take off when earnings raise. Why would anyone buy a stock with high EPS and low RS? If the stock price is depressed even with good earnings what is there to look forward to? You know it will tank if earnings drop and it might not do any better if the earnings report is outstanding. Or is the thinking that eventually a stock regardless of past performance will eventually respond to continued earnings increases? Thanks for your comments.
billyjoe

IIC
09-05-2004, 03:20 PM
IIC,
I can understand why investors buy stocks with high EPS and RS and others look for those with lower EPS, but high RS thinking that if the stock has done well with not so hot earnings they'll surely take off when earnings raise. Why would anyone buy a stock with high EPS and low RS? If the stock price is depressed even with good earnings what is there to look forward to? You know it will tank if earnings drop and it might not do any better if the earnings report is outstanding. Or is the thinking that eventually a stock regardless of past performance will eventually respond to continued earnings increases? Thanks for your comments.
billyjoe

I don't know...maybe you should short 'em all about a month after I post 'em(see below)...LOL

No, on a more serious note...These have good recent quarterly earnings...but not necessarily good past eps. Therefore, they may have low EPS scores(I have not reviewed the latest list yet). The idea though is that you might, and I emphasize MIGHT, find a turnaround candidate or two in the list if that's what you are looking for.

Here is a copy of a post I made earlier today at another forum:

These stocks are very risky...If they miss on the next eps report they are toast from what I've seen so far.

Just for fun, here are the results of the first list I posted here on 3/21/04. That was a Sunday, so I am using the closing prices for Friday the 19th. Might be better if I used the open on Monday...but I'm too lazy to go back and find them.

Notice that all went up at some point, but all are down now.

Ticker/3-19 Close/High/Low/9-3 Close

ANSI/35.28/39.10/24.85/29.54
ENTG/12.08/13.59/7.63/7.67
EXLT/6.25/6.58/4.65/5.42
MESA/8.10/9.32/5.95/6.19
NTGR/14.35/15.20/8.85/12.61
OIIM/14.10/18.32/9.01/9.20
PKTR/12.53/16.30/7.55/9.65
RTEC/17.80/21.54/13.02/15.52
TLGD/15.84/16.45/7.57/8.13

NTGR may be worth following as it tries to get over the 200 day

IIC
09-06-2004, 03:15 AM
[code:1:56ba3d6432]HISTORICAL TABLE FOR FEDERAL FUNDS RATE
Date Change Rate : Date Change Rate:
08/10/04 +0.25 1.50 :
06/30/04 +0.25 1.25 :
06/25/03 -0.25 1.00 : 01/31/96 -0.25 5.25 :
11/06/02 -0.50 1.25 : 12/19/95 -0.25 5.50 :
12/11/01 -0.25 1.75 : 07/06/95 -0.25 5.75 :
11/06/01 -0.50 2.00 : 02/01/95 0.50 6.00 :
10/02/01 -0.50 2.50 : 11/15/94 0.75 5.50 :
09/17/01 -0.50 3.00 : 08/16/94 0.50 4.75 :
08/21/01 -0.25 3.50 : 05/17/94 0.50 4.25 :
06/27/01 -0.25 3.75 : 04/18/94 0.25 3.75 :
05/15/01 -0.50 4.00 : 03/22/94 0.25 3.50 :
04/18/01 -0.50 4.50 : 02/04/94 0.25 3.25 :
03/20/01 -0.50 5.00 : 09/04/92 -0.75 3.00 :
01/31/01 -0.50 5.50 : 04/09/92 -0.25 3.75 :
01/03/01 -0.50 6.00 : 12/20/91 -0.50 4.00 :
05/16/00 0.50 6.50 : 12/06/91 -0.25 4.50 :
03/21/00 0.25 6.00 : 11/06/91 -0.25 4.75 :
02/02/00 0.25 5.75 : 10/31/91 -0.25 5.00 :
11/16/99 0.25 5.50 : 09/13/91 -0.25 5.25 :
08/24/99 0.25 5.25 : 08/06/91 -0.25 5.50 :
06/30/99 0.25 5.00 : 04/30/91 -0.25 5.75 :
11/17/98 -0.25 4.75 : 03/08/91 -0.25 6.00 :
10/15/98 -0.25 5.00 : 02/01/91 -0.50 6.25 :
09/29/98 -0.25 5.25 : 01/09/91 -0.25 6.75 :
03/25/97 0.25 5.50 : 12/19/90 7.00 7.00 : [/code:1:56ba3d6432]

IIC
09-06-2004, 03:19 AM
http://www.btmna.com/reports/research/comment/weoi.JPG

IIC
09-06-2004, 10:43 AM
Tokyo Stocks End 2 Percent Higher

TOKYO (AP) -- Tokyo's benchmark stock index advanced 2 percent Monday as blue chips Canon, Honda and Toyota benefited from robust Japanese corporate investment data that eased concerns that the country's economic recovery might be stalling. The U.S. dollar rose against the Japanese yen. The Nikkei Stock Average of 225 issues ended up 221.88 points, or 2.01 percent, at 11,244.37 points. On Friday, the index fell 130.26 points, or 1.17 percent.

New-born baby
09-06-2004, 02:24 PM
IIC,

Question: how much profit per day would you consider necessary for day trading to be profitable for the work involved? Like you, I work FT. Would you think $150 per day profit enough to continue "the habit" for the risks involved? Is there a rule of thumb that you might give me to guide my understanding.

IIC
09-06-2004, 03:36 PM
IIC,

Question: how much profit per day would you consider necessary for day trading to be profitable for the work involved? Like you, I work FT. Would you think $150 per day profit enough to continue "the habit" for the risks involved? Is there a rule of thumb that you might give me to guide my understanding.

I can't really answer that. That's a personal decision. It depends on how much time you want to put in and how much you enjoy it. But most importantly, I think you should look at it on a % basis. $150 a day would be darn good with a $20,000 portfolio. It wouldn't be worth it with a $500,000 portfolio...unless you just liked doing it.

I'm running into some extremely helpful people around the net the past few weeks. I'm finding out that I have more to learn than I thought...but that's OK...I'm in no rush.

Not only are there different methods for picking stocks, which I knew already anyway, but there are some tools that are probably necessary if one is to daytrade on a long term basis...like Direct Access(I've been burned more than a couple of times on the prices I BOT or SLD for especially on the lower ADV stocks). Also, have to careful on low cap stocks as the size of your trades increase. There are plenty of stocks you could daytrade at $5,000 that would not be appropriate for a $30,000 trade.

I did not allot a large % of my portfolio to this. However, it is at least necessary to have over $25,000 in a cash margin account(in most cases anyway) if you plan on daytrading 4 or more times a week in the same account. There are also some other things to watch out for...check the daytrading rules posted at your Broker's site.

I don't think I'm really risking a whole lot here. But in the back of my mind, and this could really hurt...If I have a large trade on a stock that gets halted. In all my years I've only had one holding get halted. It was my first trade in Junior High in the '60's. I BOT 400 shs of United Australian Oil. My dad was my broker so he comped me the commission. I paid $.26 sh. Fairly soon thereafter it was up around $.90 sh. I told him to sell at a buck. Then BAMM!!!...The CEO gets busted for embezzling...never trades again...but the stock certificate is pretty...TRUE STORY.

New-born baby
09-06-2004, 05:07 PM
IIC,

What is it?

IIC
09-06-2004, 05:11 PM
IIC,

What is it?

What is what??? I don't understand your question.

New-born baby
09-06-2004, 05:25 PM
IIC,

What is Direct Access? I had "direct access" in the subject line; I should have put it in the body of the letter.

I am interested in day trading, and I'd like to pick your brain.

IIC
09-06-2004, 07:21 PM
I'm sorry about that...At this forum I don't even look at the subject line.

This should help explain some:
http://www.investopedia.com/terms/d/directaccesstrading.asp

BTW: At another Forum I'm in... I posted that I am the most Prolific poster here at Mr. M...Just to set the record straight...I meant "QUANTITY" of posts...Not "QUALITY" of posts...There seems to be a little confusion about what I meant...So I wanted to set the record straight...THX...IIC

IIC
09-07-2004, 10:08 AM
Final list before I take a coffee break:

CC FLE CRIS STX HOV VRSN GORX ASML CNLG TASR NMSS RIMM ATRS UTIW HLEX NFLX HX ZIXI FRO TIVO ELOS TEVA ADAT

IIC
09-07-2004, 07:39 PM
Made 2 buys early today...caught less than +1% on each. INSP and PLMO.

Really like the way TEVA finished. Was watching the ADAT chart for quite some time today. ADAT finished pretty good too, but I wanted more vol near the end.

IIC
09-07-2004, 08:01 PM
Today's MoMo:

TZOO CME HWG MBT EXM DECK HRT PMTI IST STLD BMHC CNLG TXI NLS TMIC TRMD DEVC TMI NATR NSS AMXC AGYS MAD CASA TNH BTHS DXPE WFI TVIN ACU IGL ENER ACR PDC HBP CYB ACTY PLP EGY

IIC
09-07-2004, 08:04 PM
[code:1:9786b1a50b]Analysts' Highest-Rated Stocks



This is a weekly ranking by First Call of the highest-rated stocks, based on analyst comments contributed within the past month to First Call's database.

To be included on the list, a company must be rated by at least five analysts.

First Call Consensus Recommendation Scale

1 = Buy

2 = Buy/Hold

3 = Hold

4 = Hold/Sell

5 = Sell


Most Attractive Issues
---- ---------- ------
Latest # Analysts Previous
Consensus Covering Consensus

(ULBI) 1.0 5 1.2
(MSM) 1.2 6 1.0
(KERX) 1.2 6 1.1
(DTPI) 1.2 6 1.8
(DRL) 1.2 5 1.0
(VCBI) 1.2 5 1.0
(XRAY) 1.2 5 1.6
(SAH) 1.2 5 1.8
(STSA) 1.2 5 1.0
(CLDN) 1.2 5 1.1
(OZRK) 1.2 5 1.5
(UWN) 1.2 5 1.5
(DNET) 1.2 5 1.6
(SCST) 1.2 5 1.5
(AIRN) 1.2 5 1.3
(EPL) 1.3 8 1.4
(SINT) 1.3 7 1.2
(MOGN) 1.3 7 1.4
(PCTI) 1.3 6 1.0
(PDC) 1.3 6 1.4
(WITS) 1.3 6 1.4
(MDU) 1.3 6 1.2
(CCBI) 1.3 6 1.4
(ACA) 1.3 6 1.4
(NCT) 1.3 6 1.4
(EPIC) 1.3 6 1.2
(ENCY) 1.4 9 1.5
(ET) 1.4 8 1.3
(MLS) 1.4 8 1.5
(ELBO) 1.4 8 1.3
(AVCT) 1.4 7 1.3
(ORB) 1.4 7 1.7
(FQVLF) 1.4 7 1.5
(TMO) 1.4 7 1.6
(UNFI) 1.4 7 1.6
(GTNA) 1.4 5 1.8
(AMV) 1.4 5 1.5
(BKST) 1.4 5 1.3
(JAH) 1.4 5 1.8
(WR) 1.4 5 1.5
(BCII) 1.4 5 1.5
(SPN) 1.4 5 1.3
(CPTV) 1.4 5 1.3
(SMTL) 1.4 5 1.5
(CACS) 1.4 5 1.5
(WRNC) 1.4 5 1.3
(LIFC) 1.4 5 1.8
(MRGE) 1.4 5 1.6
(NOOF) 1.4 5 1.3
(LIOX) 1.4 5 1.6
(RRA) 1.4 5 1.5
(KIND) 1.4 5 1.5
(RGF) 1.4 5 1.8
(WSH) 1.5 13 1.4
(RI) 1.5 11 1.4
(TKLC) 1.5 11 1.4
(AGO) 1.5 8 1.8
(VSGN) 1.5 8 1.6
(CHRD) 1.5 8 1.9
(HUG) 1.5 6 1.7
(SMBI) 1.5 6 1.6
(BDY) 1.5 6 1.6
(CTRP) 1.5 6 1.6
(FSH) 1.5 6 1.4
(RCRC) 1.5 6 1.4
(VVN) 1.5 6 1.7
(RRC) 1.5 6 1.6
(RPM) 1.5 6 1.8
(PRGS) 1.5 6 1.7
(VSAT) 1.5 6 1.4
(COO) 1.5 6 1.6
(WFR) 1.5 6 1.6
(FLO) 1.5 6 1.6
(RDEN) 1.5 6 1.8
(GNCMA) 1.5 6 1.4[/code:1:9786b1a50b]


[code:1:9786b1a50b]Analysts' Lowest-Rated Stocks



This is a weekly ranking by First Call of the Lowest-rated stocks, based on analyst comments contributed within the past month to First Call's database.

To be included on the list, a company must be rated by at least five analysts.

First Call Consensus Recommendation Scale

1 = Buy

2 = Buy/Hold

3 = Hold

4 = Hold/Sell

5 = Sell


Least Attractive Issues
---- ---------- ------
Latest # Analysts Previous
Consensus Covering Consensus

(MSO) 4.4 5 4.3
(PCU) 4.0 5 3.8
(WIN) 4.0 8 3.9
(FLYI) 3.9 9 4.0
(LVLT) 3.9 9 3.8
(EK) 3.9 10 4.0
(GBP) 3.9 11 3.7
(ALO) 3.8 5 3.4
(EEX) 3.8 5 3.6
(PAL) 3.8 6 3.7
(T) 3.8 24 3.9
(WTNY) 3.7 6 3.6
(PGL) 3.7 9 3.4
(DSGX) 3.7 9 3.6
(AIV) 3.7 15 3.6
(MSW) 3.6 5 2.8
(DQE) 3.6 5 3.4
(DMRC) 3.6 5 3.4
(GAP) 3.6 5 3.5
(LAB) 3.6 5 3.8
(MCIP) 3.6 5 3.4
(DSFB) 3.6 5 3.5
(PZE) 3.6 7 3.5
(STFC) 3.6 8 3.7
(WTSLA) 3.6 8 3.3
(PVX) 3.6 8 3.4
(DDS) 3.6 9 3.5
(BEL) 3.6 10 3.2
(RYG) 3.6 11 3.7
(MGM) 3.6 12 3.3
(PPS) 3.6 13 3.8
(MXO) 3.6 18 3.3
(EDS) 3.6 21 3.7
(TRH) 3.5 6 3.2
(CYBX) 3.5 6 3.0
(SUI) 3.5 6 3.8
(HE) 3.5 6 3.2
(BBOX) 3.5 6 3.3
(HIW) 3.5 8 3.7
(SUP) 3.5 10 3.3
(TE) 3.5 14 3.6
(CHTR) 3.5 16 3.6
(CIEN) 3.5 25 3.4
(RLRN) 3.4 5 3.3
(AAII) 3.4 5 3.3
(CSG) 3.4 5 3.8
(QLTY) 3.4 5 2.0
(DRXR) 3.4 5 2.2
(SGU) 3.4 5 3.2
(ELP) 3.4 7 3.3
(CHZ) 3.4 7 3.1
(AKS) 3.4 7 3.1
(SWC) 3.4 7 3.5
(OMI) 3.4 7 3.6
(UST) 3.4 7 3.6
(FGP) 3.4 7 3.5
(PTF) 3.4 8 3.3
(GAS) 3.4 8 3.1
(PKS) 3.4 8 3.3
(EMT) 3.4 8 3.1
(WGL) 3.4 9 3.5[/code:1:9786b1a50b]

IIC
09-07-2004, 08:13 PM
http://tal.marketgauge.com/dvmgpro/charts/COCAD05.GIF

http://tal.marketgauge.com/dvmgpro/charts/COCAD12.GIF

http://tal.marketgauge.com/dvmgpro/charts/COCAD30.GIF

IIC
09-07-2004, 08:47 PM
Support/Resistance For Wednesday

Nasdaq

Resistance


1935
1895
1877
1866-Medium

Support

1838-1842-Medium
1820-Weak
1750-1755

QQQ

Resistance

35.60-Medium
35.10
34.95
34.75

Support

34.40--Strong
34.10-medium
33.70-33.80-Weak
32.95-Weak
32.35-32.45

IIC
09-08-2004, 08:43 AM
"US stocks seen down before Greenspan; Oracle weighs" http://trimurl.com/GO

IIC
09-08-2004, 09:00 AM
WEDNESDAY
Weekly Chain Store Sales (9 am ET)

Fed Chairman Greenspan testifies before House (10:30 am)

Fed Releases Beige Book (2 pm ET)

Consumer Credit for July (3 pm ET)

Treasury auctions 5-year notes

IIC
09-08-2004, 09:40 AM
Early watch: VECO RTEC RSH STN VCLK MAMA CYMI NGEN EBIO CBMX FMTI NMSS TLAB COH

IIC
09-08-2004, 09:50 AM
Add CRIS and ISON

IIC
09-08-2004, 09:55 AM
STMP on upgrade

IIC
09-08-2004, 10:21 AM
Final watch: VECO RTEC RSH STN VCLK MAMA CYMI NGEN EBIO CBMX FMTI NMSS TLAB COH CRIS ISON STMP CLGY UTSI MATK IDNX

IIC
09-08-2004, 06:49 PM
From last Friday...Updated weekly

http://tal.marketgauge.com/dvMGPro/Charts/CSWINGS.GIF

Description

Investors seeking capital appreciation are most successful by staying with the main trend of the market. The Value Line composite index is a proxy for the broad market's trend. Historically, a five percent counter trend swing in the Value Line Index has indicated a longer-term change in trend. Long-term investors who follow the trend of the most recent five percent swing are assured of being on the right side of a major market move. In a choppy or non-trending market this indicator will generate false signals, however, the small losses generated by this model are more than offset by the returns of strongly trending markets.

Calculation & Significant Levels

Value Line Five Percent Model: Calculates the percentage move from the most recent swing high or low on a daily basis. A new swing high or low is created when the market's trend reverses by at least five percent. On the Market Gauge page a move greater than five percent is represented as +5% or -5% accordingly.

Formula: (Value Line current price) - (Most recent swing high or low)
------------------------------------------------------------
(Most recent swing high or low)


Strategy

This model is a gauge of the strength of the long term trend. The Value Line Index has demonstrated that a five percent move, possibly referred to as a "correction" or "bounce", should be heeded as the new longer-term trend and should, therefore, be followed until a subsequent five percent reversal.

IIC
09-08-2004, 07:18 PM
Today's MoMo:
HWG EXM TASR VIDE SDA FMD PKOH MGLN PDA WBNK WITS TNH PMTI TONS SMSI ACR SMF ROW CNLG DXPE WLSN TVIN

IIC
09-08-2004, 07:41 PM
[code:1:0a31db65e2]Final Market Diaries: NYSE, Nasdaq, Amex 4:00 p.m. ET

. WED TUE WK AGO
NYSE Market Diary
Issues traded 3,417 3,414 3,426
Advances 1,320 2,399 2,022
Declines 1,914 886 1,222
Unchanged 183 129 182
New highs 140 207 157
New lows 14 12 5
zAdv vol (000) 422,476 885,960 711,969
zDecl vol (000) 809,584 309,143 409,656
zTotal vol (000) 1,249,517 1,211,435 1,141,577
Closing tick1 +572 +892 +1,020
Closing Arms2 (trin) 1.32 0.94 0.95
zBlock trades n.a. 15,441 16,025
Nasdaq Market Diary
Issues traded 3,255 3,266 3,214
Advances 1,148 1,931 1,810
Declines 1,925 1,151 1,219
Unchanged 182 184 185
New highs 69 91 105
New lows 41 29 28
Adv vol (000) 561,682 824,785 969,066
Decl vol (000) 805,442 444,084 382,274
Total vol (000) 1,396,358 1,288,282 1,391,698
Block trades n.a. 7,512 9,221
Amex Market Diary
Issues traded 964 967 955
Advances 408 523 542
Declines 456 345 316
Unchanged 100 99 97
New highs 25 31 20
New lows 21 23 8
zAdv vol (000) 10,803 32,537 37,133
zDecl vol (000) 30,996 16,851 10,848
zTotal vol (000) 45,006 50,727 49,916
Comp vol (000) 253,562 260,557 259,709
zBlock trades n.a. 745 877
z-NYSE or Amex only
c-correction, r-revised, n.a.-not available
[/code:1:0a31db65e2]

IIC
09-08-2004, 07:46 PM
A/H % Gainers

Name-Price-$ Gain-% Gain-Vol

[code:1:975fee6190]CAW CCA Industries Inc 10.50 +2.05 +24.26% 1,100

BFUN Bam Entmnt Inc 0.44 +0.05 +12.05% 1,850

PDEX Pro-Dex Inc 3.20 +0.33 +11.50% 200

STKL Sunopta Inc 7.79 +0.78 +11.13% 9,690

IIG Imergent Inc 11.00 +0.93 +9.24% 1,700

TBIO Transgenomic Inc 1.24 +0.10 +8.77% 100

OCCF Optical Cable Corp 4.04 +0.29 +7.73% 1,700

ULCM Ulticom Inc 11.20 +0.70 +6.67% 130,830

FBN Furniture Brands Inter ... 24.94 +1.42 +6.04% 9,500

TBUS Digital Recorders Inc 3.99 +0.20 +5.28% 69,836

DYTK Dyntek Inc 0.67 +0.03 +4.69% 15,300

CMVT Comverse Technology Inc 18.35 +0.80 +4.56% 531,208

GIGM Gigamedia Ltd 1.15 +0.05 +4.55% 4,000

SSPI Spectrum Signal Proces ... 2.08 +0.08 +4.00% 9,300

TGAL Tegal Corporation 1.18 +0.04 +3.51% 5,000

BSML Britesmile Inc 9.54 +0.32 +3.47% 300

CMGI CMGI Inc. 1.21 +0.04 +3.42% 76,056

AVNX Avanex Corp 2.35 +0.07 +3.07% 17,903

RNOW Rightnow Technologies Inc 9.70 +0.28 +2.97% 7,170

JDSU Jds Uniphase Corp 3.13 +0.09 +2.96% 759,874

GLW Corning Incorporated 10.45 +0.30 +2.96% 469,500

CCUR Concurrent Computer Corp 1.90 +0.05 +2.70% 600

XING Qiao Xing Universal Te ... 7.64 +0.19 +2.55% 400

CNTY Century Casinos Inc 4.87 +0.12 +2.53% 100

ALOY Alloy Inc 3.30 +0.08 +2.48% 5,046[/code:1:975fee6190]

IIC
09-08-2004, 08:48 PM
Support/Resistance For Thursday

Nasdaq

Resistance

1960
1935
1895
1877-Weak
1858-Strong

Support

1838-1842
1820-Weak
1750-1755

QQQ

Resistance

35.10
34.95
34.75
34.35-35.40-Strong

Support

34.05-34.10
33.70-33.80-Weak
32.95-Weak
32.35-32.45

IIC
09-09-2004, 12:20 AM
Hey CALPERS...Let's hear a response!!!...Going into Boardrooms and telling everybody what they are gonna do is not my idea of fairplay...It's about time you got called on the carpet IMO

If you don't know who/what CalPERS is...as an investor you should

Suit Seeks Details of CalPERS Payments
Fees to hedge funds and venture capital firms should be made public, a media group says.

By Tom Petruno, Los Angeles Times Staff Writer


A group representing California news organizations sued the California Public Employees' Retirement System on Tuesday, demanding that the giant pension fund reveal the money management fees it pays to individual venture capital firms and hedge funds.

The suit places CalPERS on the other side of the table on the hot-button issue of disclosure: The $166-billion fund has been among the most vocal big investors nationwide in agitating for companies to be more forthcoming in their financial accounting and how their boards make decisions.

Despite that policy, CalPERS in June refused a request by the California First Amendment Coalition that it itemize what it pays venture capital firms and hedge funds that manage nearly $9 billion in CalPERS assets. In part, the fund cited competitive issues, saying that some investment managers might decline to do business with CalPERS if their fees were made public.

The coalition filed suit in state Superior Court in San Francisco to force the disclosure, arguing that "the public should know how CalPERS invests the billions of dollars entrusted to it, and who charges how much to manage that money."

"CalPERS is always pushing, pushing, pushing for every company it invests in to be more transparent," said Peter Scheer, executive director of the coalition, which counts news media companies including The Times as members.

The fund, he said, "owes it to the public to disclose these fees and where the money went."

Such disclosure could "ensure that CalPERS doesn't invest money as a result of patronage or as a way of rewarding politically connected money managers who contribute to the government officials on CalPERS' board," the suit said.

In a statement, CalPERS did not address the question of political patronage but said it remained opposed to detailing its venture capital and hedge fund fees.

"The public's overriding interest is to obtain high returns from CalPERS investments," said Mark Anson, the fund's chief investment officer. "Disclosure of this information would have a chilling effect on public pension funds' ability to generate substantial private equity returns."

Private equity is a broad term used to describe investments made by venture capitalists and buyout funds in nonpublic companies. The goal of such investments is to reap large payoffs by eventually selling the companies or taking them public.

CalPERS and other big pension funds have channeled large sums into private equity firms over the last decade. CalPERS said it had about $8 billion invested with venture firms and buyout funds, and expected to more than double that over time.

Hedge funds are investment firms that seek to beat average stock and bond market returns by using often complex trading strategies. CalPERS has almost $700 million invested in hedge funds, and expects to raise that to about $1 billion.

Because of its size, CalPERS, like most pension fund giants, "indexes" the bulk of its assets meaning it seeks to merely duplicate the returns on broad stock and bond market gauges such as the Standard & Poor's 500. Indexed portfolios cost relatively little to operate because they basically just buy and hold.

Pension funds have turned to venture investors and hedge funds as ways to boost overall returns. For their efforts, venture investors and hedge funds typically charge substantial fees.

CalPERS said the fees and other expenses for running its entire portfolio totaled $462 million in fiscal 2002, the most recent year for which it could provide a breakdown. Of that total, $187 million was paid to venture and buyout firms and $5 million to hedge funds, CalPERS said.

The coalition's suit noted that more than 40% of CalPERS' investment fees in 2002 went to operators of venture, buyout and hedge funds, which in total accounted for less than 5% of CalPERS' assets.

"The public has a right to know not just the management fees of CalPERS' overall portfolio, but also whether certain funds have overcharged CalPERS or charged too much money for too little performance," the suit said.

CalPERS' Anson said state law permitted the fund to keep certain information secret if disclosing the data would hurt CalPERS' competitive position.

"If this information is publicly disclosed, we believe CalPERS will be shut out of top-tier investment funds," Anson said.

The case echoes other suits that have been filed against CalPERS and the University of California since 2002 demanding that they detail the performance of their venture-capital portfolios. CalPERS and the UC system fought those suits but lost in court.

Venture capitalists, in particular, historically have jealously guarded information about their operations. However, since CalPERS and the UC system were forced to reveal their venture returns last year, a predicted wholesale cutoff of the funds by the venture industry hasn't occurred.

The California First Amendment Coalition's Scheer said the general range of venture firm and hedge fund fees already was well known: 1% to 3% of assets managed, plus 15% to 30% of any profit generated.

He said that disclosing the specifics would not be revealing "trade secrets," a term CalPERS used in its initial rebuttal of the coalition's requests.

If CalPERS and other large pension funds as a group disclose the fees they pay, venture firms and hedge funds will have to accept it as standard practice, said Scheer, whose 16-year-old group says it seeks to increase public access to government.

"We think over time the marketplace itself is going to demand this disclosure," he said.

A spokesman for state Treasurer Phil Angelides, a CalPERS board member, said the treasurer had not seen the suit, but that "as a matter of principle [Angelides] favors disclosure and transparency consistent with our fiduciary obligation to pensioners and taxpayers."

IIC
09-09-2004, 09:17 AM
Early List
CMVT ACDO TXN KFRC ULCM FBN NOK

IIC
09-09-2004, 09:36 AM
Add GMAI :) and ICPT

IIC
09-09-2004, 10:02 AM
Nice reversal this morn...Nasdaq Futures are up 6 points


Add RFMD and JOSB to my early watch

IIC
09-09-2004, 10:12 AM
EBKR on buyout rumour

IIC
09-09-2004, 07:59 PM
Today's MoMo:

TZOO EXM WBNK OS PENN HRT SNDA PETD WPSC POT GDP WFI MUSA STLD BTHS PLMO HURC PDA WITS GRA NSS UIC HNR AKS HXL CASA EGY SIM AMOT WLSN BDOG AIQ CFS

I made 5 daytrades today...well, 4 1/2 because I clicked the Sell Confirm too late so I've still got KFRC. Also traded KLIC ACDO ECLG CYMI...pretty decent day

Websman
09-09-2004, 08:03 PM
So...do you have the guts to day trade TZOO??? :shock:

IIC
09-09-2004, 08:57 PM
So...do you have the guts to day trade TZOO??? :shock:

No

Websman
09-09-2004, 09:42 PM
So...do you have the guts to day trade TZOO??? :shock:

No

me neither...

IIC
09-09-2004, 11:27 PM
Yes...I saw that earlier...Here is a copy of my post to him at Yahoo regarding that:

Glad to see WITS on your list...it was up 1.88% After Hours to 15.18.

However, I'd like to explain how I screwed this trade up. I Bot WITS
on April 5th in the mid-high 14's. It went up to 15.06 that day but
closed around 14. I added at 14.00 as it came down from 15.21 on 6/1.

If you look at the chart...you will see that I took some HUGE risks.
I always liked the prospects here...but with the large buys(vs. my
total portfolio) I really messed up. In fact, I own WITS in 3
different accounts...and over 50% of my wife's IRA is in it...she has
not been a happy camper till lately. I think I was trying to convince
her how great this co. was and that I may have convinced myself???

Anyway, the whole point is...I should have cut my losses and maybe re-
entered...but then again...I think I still have that "Angel In My
Pocket" sometimes :)

IIC
09-09-2004, 11:36 PM
Support/Resistance For Friday

Nasdaq

Resistance

1960
1935
1896
1877-Weak

Support

1866-Medium
1841
1820-Weak
1750-1755

QQQ

Resistance

35.65-Medium
35.10
34.95
34.75

Support

34.30-Very Strong
34.05-34.10
33.70-33.80-Weak
32.95-Weak
32.35-32.45

IIC
09-10-2004, 10:12 AM
Early Watch: TASR TTWO ZQK PSFT EBKR ORCL MOBI NTSL AIRT LNDC GNVC

IIC
09-10-2004, 10:14 AM
Add AKS

IIC
09-10-2004, 10:21 AM
Add ATSN

IIC
09-10-2004, 07:00 PM
Got rid of KFRC at $9.00 early and then had to be on the road the rest of the day. Actually lucked out that I clicked the Sell Confirm button too late yesterday...probably would've got $8.70.

[code:1:af9f7ab15c]Company Name Symbol Date Time Reuters YrAgo

EARNINGS TO BE ANNOUNCED WEEK OF SEP 13 - SEP 17

Campbell Soup CPB 9/13 B 0.18 0.18
CKE Restaurants CKR 9/13 B 0.20 0.10
Kroger Co KR 9/14 B 0.27 0.31
Pier 1 Imports PIR 9/14 B 0.11 0.20
Oracle ORCL 9/14 A 0.09 0.08
Best Buy BBY 9/15 B 0.52 0.42
Herman Miller MLHR 9/15 A 0.20 0.11
A.G. Edwards AGE 9/16 B 0.56 0.46
Progress Software PRGS 9/16 B 0.24 0.19
3Com COMS 9/16 A -0.07 -0.16
Chattem CHTT 9/16 A 0.45 0.34
Cintas CTAS 9/16 A 0.42 0.37
Tektronix TEK 9/16 A 0.30 0.18
Verity VRTY 9/16 A 0.07 0.06
Biomet BMET 9/17 B 0.35 0.30
Carnival Corp CCL 9/17 B 1.20 0.90
Circuit City CC 9/17 B -0.11 -0.14[/code:1:af9f7ab15c]

IIC
09-11-2004, 01:32 AM
Today's MoMo:

EXM HWG URBN VLTR NVTL CREE HANS UIC HRT FDG PHRM PMTI BTHS VLTS WPSC
MAXC CLCT KML CNLG FHRX BDOG BHBC WITS SBAC ADBL ACTY IPS TLWT AKS
ZOLT AIQ JOB BLKB FRD SIM AVN VWPT NGA PHYX CFS

I am going on vacation from 9/11-9/15...So there will be no MoMo List
on 9/13 and 9/14.

There will also be no Early Watch Lists on Monday, Tuesday and
Wednesday...IIC

IIC
09-11-2004, 09:47 AM
Economic Data and other events
scheduled for September 13 - 17

MONDAY
Treasury Budget Statement for August (2 pm ET)

Treasury auctions 3&6-month bills

TUESDAY
Retail Sales for August (8:30 am ET)

Current Account for Q2 (8:30 am ET)

Weekly Chain Store Sales (9 am ET)

WEDNESDAY
NY Empire State Index for September (8:30 am ET)

Business Inventories for August (8:30 am)

Industrial Production & Capacity Util. for August (9:15 am ET)

THURSDAY
Consumer Price Index (CPI) for August (8:30 am ET)

Weekly Initial Jobless Claims (8:30 am ET)

Philadelphia Fed Index for September (12 pm ET)

Weekly Money Supply (4:30 pm ET)

FRIDAY
U. of Michigan Consumer Sentiment Index for Sept. (9:45 am ET)

Quadruple Witching - expiration of options & futures

Going on vacation...see 'ya Wednesday night...Best To All...IIC

IIC
09-16-2004, 12:36 AM
Support/Resistance For Thursday

Nasdaq

Resistance

1996
1979
1970
1960
1935

Support

1894-Medium
1877-Medium
1866
1835-1841-Medium
1815-1819
1750-1755

QQQ

Resistance

36.60
36.15
35.65-Medium

Support

35.10
34.85
34.50
34.30-Weak
34.00-Medium
33.70-33.80-Weak

IIC
09-16-2004, 02:25 AM
Wednesday's MoMo:

TASR NCEN WBNK AMED ESE WPSC ISSC FMD TBUS FDG PHRM BTHS TXU ATPG MFRI NIKU TSO CLCT NPO VLTS MAGS MACE BHO CTHR NSSC IPIX FHRX BPA EGY SSPI TVIN CNLG DXPE CGM BLD CAND ICOC

IIC
09-16-2004, 10:21 AM
Pre Watch...AH APOG PDLI EFJI MAXM ASE PRGS FCEL TBUS AMED XMSR ADBE CBRL PLMO NFLX RIMM

IIC
09-16-2004, 07:57 PM
Pre Watch...AH APOG PDLI EFJI MAXM ASE PRGS FCEL TBUS AMED XMSR ADBE CBRL PLMO NFLX RIMM
BOT/SLD XMSR and NFLX for 2%+ gains today and lost 6 cents sh on ERES. Watched PLMO make a nice intraday rebound w/o me.

IIC
09-16-2004, 07:59 PM
Please open the Word attachment for A/H activity...THX...IIC

IIC
09-16-2004, 08:29 PM
Today's MoMo:

SEB TZOO HRT ASE RIMM NTMD NCEN BGY BHO ECSI STXS WCC KERX LGF NLS RIGL MFRI ACTY TWTI BPA ELGX CGA SKX IDSA EGY VION ACR AIQ SBAC ICOC CAND

IIC
09-16-2004, 08:44 PM
Support/Resistance For Friday

Nasdaq

Resistance

1996
1979
1970
1960
1935

Support

1896
1872-1877-Medium
1834-1841
1813-1819
1750-1755

QQQ

Resistance

36.60
36.15
35.65-Medium

Support

35.15
34.80-Medium
34.45
34.00-Medium
33.70-33.80-Weak

IIC
09-17-2004, 10:05 AM
Gmai Vrty Wlda F Imos Stsi Hdtv Txn Camd Tek Coms Cedc Ivgn Cc Sgk Trdo

IIC
09-18-2004, 01:11 AM
Today's MoMo:

EXM BHO TZOO HRT ESMC WITS AIRT WIBC CBTE TXU PROG GGY HBP RIV IOC IDSA NL CLCT STSI CGM PCYC MTEX EGY VION BPA RMI PLP

IIC
09-18-2004, 11:47 AM
Economic Data and other events
scheduled for September 20 - 24

MONDAY
Treasury auctions 3&6-month bills

TUESDAY
Housing Starts & Building Permits for August (8:30 am ET)

Weekly Chain Store Sales (9 am ET)

FOMC Meeting (policy announcement at 2:15 pm ET)

WEDNESDAY
No Major Economic Releases Scheduled

THURSDAY
Weekly Initial Jobless Claims (8:30 am ET)

Leading Indicators Index for August (10 am ET)

FOMC Minutes released (2 pm ET)

Weekly Money Supply (4:30 pm ET)

FRIDAY
Durable Goods Orders for August (8:30 am ET)

Existing Home Sales for August (10 am ET)

Company Name Symbol Date Time Reuters YrAgo

EARNINGS TO BE ANNOUNCED SEP 20 - SEP 24

CarMax Group KMX 9/20 B 0.27 0.37
Lennar Corp LEN 9/20 B 1.35 1.22
Standard Micro SMSC 9/20 B 0.04 0.08
Adobe Systems ADBE 9/20 A 0.39 0.28
KB Home KBH 9/20 A 2.73 2.33
palmOne PLMO 9/20 A 0.20 -0.58
Red Hat RHAT 9/20 A 0.05 0.02
FactSet FDS 9/21 B 0.46 0.38
General Mills GIS 9/21 B 0.60 0.62
Goldman Sachs GS 9/21 B 1.43 1.32
GTECH GTK 9/21 B 0.37 0.37
Lehman Brothers LEH 9/21 B 1.55 1.81
Christopher & Banks CBK 9/21 A 0.15 0.22
Jabil Circuit JBL 9/21 A 0.26 0.20
Paychex PAYX 9/21 A 0.23 0.21
Scholastic Corp SCHL 9/21 A -1.29 -0.60
TIBCO Software TIBX 9/21 A 0.05 0.02
Xyratex XRTX 9/21 A 0.18 n/a
Analogic Corporation ALOG 9/22 B 0.26 0.12
AutoZone AZO 9/22 B 2.56 2.29
Bear Stearns BSC 9/22 B 1.99 2.30
Comtech Telecom CMTL 9/22 B 0.27 0.27
ConAgra CAG 9/22 B 0.27 0.38
FedEx FDX 9/22 B 1.08 0.61
Intermagnetics IMGC 9/22 B 0.21 0.01
Morgan Stanley MWD 9/22 B 0.96 0.83
Worthington WOR 9/22 B 0.41 0.07
Bed Bath & Beyond BBBY 9/22 A 0.38 0.32
CardioDynamics CDIC 9/22 A 0.03 0.02
Cognos Inc COGN 9/22 A 0.26 0.20
Darden Restaurants DRI 9/22 A 0.43 0.40
Global Payment GPN 9/22 A 0.51 0.44
Merix MERX 9/22 A -0.09 -0.09
A.G. Edwards AGE 9/23 B 0.56 0.46
Rite Aid RAD 9/23 B -0.01 -0.04
Steelcase SCS 9/23 B 0.01 0.01
Electro Scientific ESIO 9/23 A 0.46 -0.34
Finish Line FINL 9/23 A 0.87 0.73
Manugistics MANU 9/23 A -0.04 -0.04
PalmSource PSRC 9/23 A -0.02 -0.36

IIC
09-18-2004, 01:04 PM
Cup w/ Handles

Here are 2 that I ran across this morning...the Price/Volume is not classic though on either one:
BFAM
BEIQ

IIC
09-20-2004, 10:17 AM
Morning Watch: ERES IMCL EXM AIT OSIP ISIS HPQ ROXI CRXA MEDX LEN IMOS ELOS MCIP PCAR EPMD CBUK NKE DEPO ENDP HUBG

IIC
09-20-2004, 09:04 PM
Today's MoMo:

EXM BHO OSIP YZC AIRT SJH CCJ NOBH OBIE INSP ELOS PLMO CREE SIMC MCX MFRI ASTE CNLG TNH AHPI TRMD RIV CLRK ZVXI BAMM ADBL TRA LAN MWAV BPA FVE TBUS JOB PLP

I just could not stomach the spread on EXM today...shoulda tried a limit. PLMO tanked A/H http://trimurl.com/HU (http://trimurl.com/HU)

I caught NVLS and SIRF for some turnaround gains. Will be off of work for 4 days...not much to do so will concentrate on the market the rest of the week.

IIC
09-20-2004, 09:30 PM
Support/Resistance For Tuesday

Nasdaq

Resistance

1979
1970
1960
1935
1920-Weak

Support

1903
1872-1877-Medium
1835-1841-Medium
1813-1819-Weak
1750-1755

QQQ

Resistance

37.15
36.60
36.10
35.65-Medium

Support

35.35
35.05
34.75
34.45-Medium
34.00-Medium
33.70-33.80-Weak

IIC
09-21-2004, 10:09 AM
Morning Watch: SSTI BLSC GLBCE RIMM CRIS NAVR ELOS EGHT ADBE KBH FDS ONXX SUPC IPS ISTA SANM PLUG AGIX WMGI BRNC LEN TASR INHX .....Also keeping an eye on NAVR ELOS ADRX ERES IMOS

Websman
09-21-2004, 07:59 PM
Check out the news and after hours action on SNIC...

Looks like it could be an opportunity to me. What do you think?

IIC
09-21-2004, 09:31 PM
Check out the news and after hours action on SNIC...

Looks like it could be an opportunity to me. What do you think?
I will take a look...thx.

Today was real nice. I am off work the rest of the week, my wife is out of town, and today was the last day of the first month of my Daytrading Deal.

Since 8/23 I have made 45 dt's 24 up and 21 dn(incl. commish)...that exceeded my goal of 40% up.

I am up 15.94%, incl. commish(Not ready to use my margin on dt's yet). I missed 3 days last week 'cause I went to Lake Tahoe, 1 holiday and another day altogether 'cause of work.

I have no illusions of grandeur...but so far - so good. I have learned many things already...and plan on learning a lot more the next several months.

Biggest thing...SELF DISCIPLINE...When You Are Wrong, YOU'RE WRONG...GET THE H*LL OUTTA DODGE!!!

Today I was in ENDP a holdover from yestreday's pre-watch(I save them for about 5 days)(loved those tight bb's), WSTL(Was fortunate that someone told me the news within 1 min. after it broke), BLSC(tough one though on the spreads), NAVR...Great b/o( It closed at VERY strong support yesterday...so I was watching), AGIX(I screwed this one up trying to out guess the action) and PLUG(Lost my lunch money on it)

maxstock
09-21-2004, 10:28 PM
IIC, I will followed your stock selections and I'm really impresed, specially your morning selections. Mr. Market and you Mr. IIC are both geniuses!. Thanks for all the contributions. I visited your website, I was wondering when are you going to start offering your service?.

IIC
09-21-2004, 10:47 PM
IIC, I will followed your stock selections and I'm really impresed, specially your morning selections. Mr. Market and you Mr. IIC are both geniuses!. Thanks for all the contributions. I visited your website, I was wondering when are you going to start offering your service?.
Thank You...But I am hardly a genius...I just read A LOT!!!...And I know a lot of smart people.

One thing that you should know...those that I post pre-m are based on news.
I don't have a crystal ball...well, actually I do have one...but I dropped it a coupla yrs ago and it has a crack in the center...LOL

I watch them for gaps up on vol...pullbacks/consolidations on lo vol after about 1/2 hr and I wait for a possible second move on vol.....Later I watch others that are moving for various reasons(mostly news) and wait for the same type of pattern. I also track the movers in the leading and worst groups(Contrary Movers) throughout the day.

The site was delayed for various reasons...I will be sending out an email to all who requested info by the end of the month. There will be no charge...THX...Doug(IIC)

IIC
09-21-2004, 11:34 PM
Today's MoMo

EXM RRGB CME BHO TRMM NCEN MNKD BLSC UPL AMED NAVR MSO TNH PMTI SFL WYNN IDSA GDP RIV TRMD CBTE HOC INCY IPS GCOM BAK GLBCE MCH MACE SMTI GMXR ZVXI EGHT DSWT BPA ADBL FVE LAN ACTY CAND

IIC
09-22-2004, 12:29 AM
Support/Resistance For Wednesday

Nasdaq

Resistance

1979
1970
1960
1935

Support

1903-Weak
1895-VERY STRONG
1872-1877-Medium
1866
1835-1841-Medium
1813-1819-Weak
1750-1755

QQQ

Resistance

37.15
36.60
36.15
35.60-Strong

Support

35.35-Weak
34.95-35.05-Strong
34.45
34.00
33.70-Weak

IIC
09-22-2004, 09:49 AM
S&P Changes: PETD added to S&P SmallCap 600 : Standard & Poor's will make the following changes to the S&P SmallCap 600 Index after the close of trading on 9/28: Petroleum Development (PETD) will replace Evergreen Resources (EVG). EVG is being acquired by S&P MidCap 400 constituent Pioneer Natural Resources (PXD) in a transaction expected to close on or about that date. Gentiva Health Services (GTIV) will replace Concord Camera (LENS). LENS stock has been trading at or below $2.00 per share since 8/26. Sonic Solutions (SNIC) will replace Intermet (INMT). As of market close on 9/20 INMT had a market capitalization of approx $19 mln, ranking 600th in the Index.

IIC
09-22-2004, 10:06 AM
Eght Jbl Cmtl Dcom Immr Wlda Tibx Gigm Coco Lexr Onyx Snic Pcln Bpa Airt Navr

Websman
09-22-2004, 06:50 PM
Another stock alert...

CLRK...It just keeps climbing! I've been watching it all week and have been afraid to get in. Could this be another TZOO???

I've got to study this one real close. The strange thing is the volume...50,000 - 60,000 range.

Something is driving this stock.

IIC
09-22-2004, 06:52 PM
Today's MoMo:

PETD HRT ALDN ADBL ASE AIRT NCEN BMHC TRMM CWTR RIV FKL GMR HYDL CRNS SFL CLRK STSI GDP BPA GOT AKS TRFDF CAND FVE EGHT

Tough day...I made 7 round trips and was down a little bit overall. AIRT was crazy.

Traded

TIVO
AIRT twice
AKS
WLDA twice
DLCK

IIC
09-22-2004, 11:41 PM
Support/Resistance For Thursday

Nasdaq

Resistance

1979
1970
1960
1935
1916
1903-Weak
1887-VERY STRONG

Support

1872-1877-Weak
1865
1835-1841
1813-1819-Weak
1750-1755

QQQ

Resistance

37.15
36.60
36.10
35.65-Medium
35.35

Support

34.90-Strong
34.45-Medium
34.00
33.70-Weak

IIC
09-23-2004, 12:35 AM
Latest List...UNDISCOVERED GEMS...CECO DIGE ECLG ENMC ENTG LTON NETE NFLX OPNT RSYS SANM SCSS SNCI SNRR

MEA_1956
09-23-2004, 02:06 AM
You might want to look at these three for your action tomorrow. TASR is forming a Bull Flag. BDK is uptrending with a poss. breakout. MI Broke there 20 day MA and gapping up, look for resumption of up trend. Just some more info I read tonight. ===> MEA

IIC
09-23-2004, 08:45 AM
THX Mea...IIC

IIC
09-23-2004, 10:18 AM
Morning Watch: RAD CYBX CUB COGN GPN TERN MDC MSO ECST GNSC MOGN ATK NAVR CDCY AH CYBX DEPO TIVO WLDA AKS TTN ADLR PRX MERX MAGS IPIX GIGM EXM AIRT TIBX CMTL RIMM ERES IMOS

IIC
09-23-2004, 02:00 PM
Nasdaq volume: 749,795,000 now

Mid Day MoMo: AIRT WYNN MSO ASE HYDL BAK GMR HRT NIHD IDSY TNH CLRK STSI BDOG CAND MCX

IIC
09-23-2004, 02:02 PM
Like watching paint dry today...Made some on DRI...lost some on GPN...broke even on ASE and I'm now holding SCSS and UTSI which are both up

IIC
09-23-2004, 05:20 PM
Like watching paint dry today...Made some on DRI...lost some on GPN...broke even on ASE and I'm now holding SCSS and UTSI which are both up
Didn't like the fakeout move on the Naz...so I cashed out on the DT's and turned off the computer at 11:30am PDT...Did pretty good on SCSS and UTSI, although UTSI went up quite a bit more after I bailed.

I believe we are looking at overall downside on the NAZ within the next 3 trading days...perhaps the 1840 area.

Websman
09-23-2004, 05:22 PM
I think you're right about the NAZ going down. CLRK seems to be bucking the trend though.

IIC
09-23-2004, 07:36 PM
Today's MoMo:

BRY WYNN MSO OSTK ASE TZOO HRT MCRI AIRT WTRS IDSY NIHD KEYW HYDL TOPT BLUD TRMD CLRK BAK TNH STSI MIND BDOG FXEN IDGR MCX SBAC WLDA CAND VWPT

IIC
09-23-2004, 09:11 PM
Support/Resistance For Friday

Nasdaq

Resistance

1979
1970
1960
1935
1916-Weak
1903-Weak
1891-VERY STRONG

Support

1872-1877-Weak
1865
1836-1841
1813-1819-Weak
1750-1755

QQQ

Resistance

36.60
36.15
35.65-Strong
35.35-Weak
34.95-Strong

Support

34.90-Weak
34.45-Medium
34.00
33.70-Weak

IIC
09-23-2004, 09:29 PM
http://tal.marketgauge.com/dvmgpro/charts/COCAD30.gif

http://tal.marketgauge.com/dvmgpro/charts/COCAD12.gif

http://tal.marketgauge.com/dvmgpro/charts/COCAD05.gif

IIC
09-24-2004, 09:27 AM
Pre Watch so far:
KVHI VION SBUX GGC CLST TPTH ASPM TIVO MRVL INTV JLG ADBL NTMD AIRT ECSI

IIC
09-24-2004, 10:05 AM
.Here is my morning watch so far: KVHI VION SBUX GGC CLST TPTH ASPM TIVO MRVL INTV JLG ADBL NTMD AIRT ECSI MSO CNLG NOC SRX AGIX SINT

IIC
09-25-2004, 12:32 AM
Friday's MoMo:

BGY CME TPL HWG WYNN DHB ECSI NVTL AH PETD AIRT TNH VPI CNLG MCX HYDL IDGR HOC LUCY PARL TRMD BHO STV HNR FXEN ZOLT RRC LGF TRGL MIND CAND IFNY MSSN GMXR FVE ABP TGA

NIHD almost made the list...very interesting

IIC
09-25-2004, 12:34 AM
I played AH today for a trade that lasted 6-7 mins...Worked well...In 39.43...goes to 41 and bangs...out at 40.61. It was strictly a newsplay. The COO was on TV.

Played SBUX 2x today...it'll pay for dinner...made a BIG blunder on SRX...
-1/2%...STUPID TRADE... and I felt compelled to go into DHB late for a quickie 20 cents a sh gain

IIC
09-25-2004, 12:48 PM
Economic Data and other events
</I>scheduled for September 27 - October 1</I>

MONDAY
New Home Sales for August (10 am ET)

Treasury auctions 3&6-month bills

TUESDAY
Weekly Chain Store Sales (9 am ET)

Consumer Confidence Index for September (10 am ET)

WEDNESDAY
Final GDP & Corporate Profits for Q2 (8:30 am ET)

Treasury auctions 2-year notes

THURSDAY
Personal Income & Consumption for August (8:30 am ET)

Weekly Initial Jobless Claims (8:30 am ET)

Chicago PMI for September (10 am ET)

Help Wanted Index for August (10 am ET)

Weekly Money Supply (4:30 pm ET)

FRIDAY
U. of Michigan Consumer Sentiment Index for September (9:45 am ET)

ISM Manufacturing Index for September (10 am ET)

Construction Spending for August (10 am ET)

Auto Sales for September

IIC
09-25-2004, 12:54 PM
EDIT: Sorry...can't get the coding to work today

Next 2 weeks EPS

Not necessarily all inclusive though



Company Name Symbol Date Time Reuters YrAgo

EARNINGS TO BE ANNOUNCED WEEK OF SEP 27 - OCT 1

Walgreen WAG 9/27 B 0.31 0.27
Emmis Comms EMMS 9/28 B 0.20 0.14
Pepsi Bottling PBG 9/28 B 0.70 0.67
Solectron SLR 9/28 A 0.04 -0.04
Immucor BLUD 9/29 B 0.15 0.12
McCormick MKC 9/29 B 0.32 0.29
Micron MU 9/29 A 0.21 -0.19
Resources Connect RECN 9/29 A 0.32 0.15
Actuant ATU 9/30 B 0.47 0.41
Entegris ENTG 9/30 B 0.14 0.03
Family Dollar FDO 9/30 B 0.26 0.28
PepsiCo PEP 9/30 B 0.65 0.57
Constellation Brands STZ 9/30 A 0.70 0.64
Lawson Software LWSN 9/30 A 0.01 0.04
NDCHealth NDC 9/30 A 0.04 0.24
Research In Motion RIMM 9/30 A 0.43 0.05

EARNINGS TO BE ANNOUNCED WEEK OF OCT 4 - OCT 8

Acuity Brands AYI 10/4 B 0.54 0.50
Thor Industries THO 10/4 B 0.52 0.39
Ruby Tuesday RI 10/4 A 0.44 0.37
Apollo Group APOL 10/5 B 0.48 0.37
Univ of Phoenix UOPX 10/5 B 0.42 n/a
Herley Industries HRLY 10/5 A 0.30 0.27
YUM! Brands YUM 10/5 A 0.60 0.54
Intl Speedway ISCA 10/6 B 0.59 0.68
Monsanto MON 10/6 B 0.03 0.22
RPM Inc RPM 10/6 B 0.46 0.41
Schnitzer Steel SCHN 10/6 B 0.90 0.56
Supervalu SVU 10/6 B 0.53 0.47
Winn-Dixie WIN 10/6 B -0.04 0.01
Wolverine WWW 10/6 B 0.46 0.40
Genentech DNA 10/6 A 0.21 0.14
Sonus Networks SONS 10/6 A 0.01
ATI Tech ATYT 10/7 B 0.21 0.12
Costco COST 10/7 B 0.58 0.51
Marriott MAR 10/7 B 0.55 0.38
Matrix Service Co MTRX 10/7 B 0.10 0.23
Alcoa AA 10/7 A 0.36 0.33
American Health AMHC 10/7 A 0.27 0.15
General Electric GE 10/8 B 0.39 0.40
Genworth Financial GNW 10/8 B 0.52 n/a
Yahoo! YHOO 10/8 A 0.09 0.05

IIC
09-25-2004, 03:55 PM
http://trimurl.com/IB
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IIC
09-26-2004, 07:07 PM
Ran a few scans this morning...here's the results:



Cup w/ Handles:



OPEN

FHRX...Sloppy

BCII

ASPM...bad vol on handle

HSII...p/v not classic

BFAM

BEIQ

PDC

ARTC



Technical Watch...not really thrilled w/ any of them though:



LAKE

TRGL

IDSY



Flat bases:



AMHC

DGII...a bit whippy though

JUPM

AVO...dropped a bit a few days ago, but nice low vol



Others to watch:



DRTK...vol got to ADV on Friday's move...see if it can continue on even higher vol???

STST...watch p/v on this rebound attempt

DHB...I sold it as a DT...but watch to see if it will keep going...closed strong

PMTI...needs vol

GTRC...vol drying up on the p/b...guess you could call this a cup w/ handle

DGX...needs vol

NVTL...See if vol move can continue

VIP...nice vol dryup on p/b and consolidation

maxstock
09-26-2004, 09:53 PM
IIC, sorry for the silly question but are your today's Momo stocks you recommend for next day?. Thanks.

IIC
09-26-2004, 11:50 PM
IIC, sorry for the silly question but are your today's Momo stocks you recommend for next day?. Thanks.No...They are simply stocks in the top 5% of my RS database(which may or may not match other's RS numbers...but they are always pretty close) that closed up at least 2% on at least 1.5x ADV.

They are for info only. Basically, they are generally stocks that have done well and are moving on volume.

They should be analyzed to see if they meet your own criteria.

IIC
09-27-2004, 10:25 AM
Fdo Isg Prsw Zixi Nstk Rdwr Dhb Imos Sttx Eght Cogt Ttn Vsec Wlda Utsi Visg Epex Dwsn

IIC
09-27-2004, 07:47 PM
Today's MoMo:

VSEC TPL TXI AIRT WYNN DWSN TNH NOBH PARL GPIC GDP MIND DHB MXT CTHR TRGL FVE TGA ABP CAND DEZ

Websman
09-27-2004, 08:43 PM
Uh oh...

DHB down after hours. Could this be a sign for tomorrow???


CLRK....down
down
down...

I stayed in cash today.

IIC
09-27-2004, 09:17 PM
News Highlights:Crude In NY Hits $50 In After-Hours Trade

IIC
09-27-2004, 09:34 PM
A/H Advancing/Declining Volume = 2/1...but it was 2/1 on Friday too.
Encouraging that Naz 1860 support area held...but I'm not going to hold my breath.
A/H Gainers on Vol...AGIX +82% on news, WLDA +21%, NSTK +5%(of course)

Support/Resistance for Tuesday



Nasdaq

Resistance

1979
1970
1960
1935
1915
1903-Weak
1891-Weak
1880-VERY STRONG
1872-Weak

Support

1836-1841
1813-1820-Weak
1750-1755

QQQ

Resistance

36.10
35.65-Medium
35.35-Weak
34.85- VERY STRONG

Support

34.45
34.00
33.70-33.80-Weak

IIC
09-28-2004, 12:48 AM
Posted this on Saturday all over the net...looks worse now:

http://trimurl.com/IB (http://trimurl.com/IB)

IIC
09-28-2004, 09:39 AM
Early Watch so far...EMMS PBG IIIN AGIX WLDA AKAM SKIL DVN NVTL NANO LWSN NXTL AGU MCHX OVTI VLO IMCL

IIC
09-28-2004, 10:23 AM
Final Pre-Watch EMMS PBG IIIN AGIX WLDA AKAM SKIL DVN NVTL NANO LWSN NXTL AGU MCHX OVTI VLO IMCL EMMS PBG IIIN AGIX WLDA AKAM SKIL DVN NVTL NANO LWSN NXTL AGU MCHX OVTI VLO IMCL PARL CDIS DNA PARL DWSN EPEX VSEC GTIV NABI UTEK

Websman
09-28-2004, 05:47 PM
IIC...I've got a question for you.

I placed a limit order on ELN today for $23.40. ELN dropped to $12.40, but my order didn't fill. Has this ever happened to you?

Just curious.

jiesen
09-28-2004, 08:06 PM
I think you mean it dropped to $23.40. You don't want to give kingofthehill a heart attack, now, do you?

Websman
09-28-2004, 08:51 PM
I think you mean it dropped to $23.40. You don't want to give kingofthehill a heart attack, now, do you?

By golly, right! It only dropped to $23.40. Sorry King...

spikefader
09-28-2004, 10:20 PM
IIC...I've got a question for you.
I placed a limit order on ELN today for $23.40. ELN dropped to $12.40, but my order didn't fill. Has this ever happened to you?
Just curious.I've attached the time and sales data at the time you're talking about. The ones highlighted by gray are the only trades at 23.40 - only a total of 1600 shares. Then price remained above it the rest of the day. Why did you miss out? Well, when you put a limit order in place you go in line -first in, first served. Sometimes you're the first in line, sometimes not. Today there were others in front of you and you never got served. Had price continued to trade at 23.40 and all the other bidders served and sold your bid would have been filled, but there were only a few trades at that price, so you missed out. Bad luck dude.
http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v145/spikefader/Trading/ELNprints.jpg

Websman
09-28-2004, 10:29 PM
Thanks for the explanation Spike!

It still sucks though...

IIC
09-28-2004, 11:35 PM
Today's MoMo:

AGIX EXM GGC WYNN PETD AMXC TNH ADBL GPIC TOPT PARL BHO TRA CTHR PROG AKS WLDA FXEN GGY IO SOSA GDP ICOC DHC MAXC BPA TGA SSY PLP DEZ

IIC
09-28-2004, 11:40 PM
Thanks for answering that Spike. I agree that could happen.

On a similar note, I don't know where you get that info. But I've seen where my trade never shows up a number of times. In fact, one time I ended up paying more than any official record I could find showed for the hod by 8 cents. That was an odd lot that time BTW.

I am thinking that everything is not as centralized as they make out...Do you know anything about this?...Thx

spikefader
09-28-2004, 11:53 PM
Thanks for answering that Spike. I agree that could happen.

On a similar note, I don't know where you get that info. But I've seen where my trade never shows up a number of times. In fact, one time I ended up paying more than any official record I could find showed for the hod by 8 cents. That was an odd lot that time BTW.

I am thinking that everything is not as centralized as they make out...Do you know anything about this?...ThxYes, I too very often can't find my order in the raw data I'm looking at. And youve just reminded me that different data sources often have varying data on time and sales. I have a number of data sources, but I usually have my charting backfill with prophet.net since I get futures backfill from them, but I also have the option to get backfill from MyTrack, Ameritrade, and quote.com. I also have real-time data feed from IB (which I KNOW doesn't have all data but rather just what IB executes). The raw data I've got doesn't show every data source out there, so there were likely other trades I'm not seeing, but in any case, it's the same reason why Webs wasn't filled today. That price was the LOD, and obviously the line of bidders wasn't taken out and he was left with a sad face today - bad luck Webs. Frustrating for me today too -- had I had another 2 pennies stop loss I'd still be long!!

IIC
09-29-2004, 12:42 AM
Thanks Spike.

Anyway...here is my S/R take for Wednesday:

Support/Resistance for Tuesday

Nasdaq

Resistance

1979
1970
1960
1935
1915-1920
1895-1903-Weak
1875-1880-VERY STRONG

Support

1850-1855-Weak
1836-1841
1813-1820-Weak
1750-1755

QQQ

Resistance

36.15
35.65-Medium
35.35-Weak
34.85- VERY STRONG

Support

34.45
34.00-34.05-Medium
33.70-33.80-Weak

IIC
09-29-2004, 03:13 AM
"really" Early Watch: Orbz Pcln Accl Nxtp Rock Iaci Crds Lucy

IIC
09-29-2004, 10:15 AM
Morning Watch:ORBZ PCLN ACCL NXTP ROCK IACI CRDS LUCY AM GHCI BLUD MKC SATC AMGN IDNX PER EGHT SIRI ACCL GENR GMAI NTGR YAKC

IIC
09-29-2004, 06:43 PM
Today's MoMo:

VSEC UHAL CCJ RIV KRO BLUD HUBG VIDE JUPM AIRT CBTE GPIC GDP PROG

Had to hit the road 1/2hr after the mkt opened...no trades today

spikefader
09-29-2004, 08:38 PM
Today's MoMo:

VSEC UHAL CCJ RIV KRO BLUD HUBG VIDE JUPM AIRT CBTE GPIC GDP PROG

Had to hit the road 1/2hr after the mkt opened...no trades todayKRO is a good one to review: http://www.mrmarketishuge.com/forum/showpost.php?p=7803&postcount=1004

and of the others, I like BLUD and CBTE to buy the open.

IIC
09-29-2004, 09:12 PM
KRO is a good one to review: http://www.mrmarketishuge.com/forum/showpost.php?p=7803&postcount=1004

and of the others, I like BLUD and CBTE to buy the open.
Thx Spike...but with my daytrading exploits since 8/23 I have not traded in the first half hour. That is a whole other ballgame...and I don't know that game...maybe later on. Anyway, it is going better than I had planned on over 70 trades so far.

billyjoe
09-29-2004, 09:34 PM
IIC, I'm very interested in seeing if you can maintain approx. 15% per each 30 day period in the daytrading experiment. Have you tried this before using different methods?
billyjoe

IIC
09-29-2004, 11:16 PM
IIC, I'm very interested in seeing if you can maintain approx. 15% per each 30 day period in the daytrading experiment. Have you tried this before using different methods?
billyjoe
Billy...I'm new to daytrading. I decided to learn about it in January. I paper traded from Fe-Je...then made a few trades. The method I'm using is basically News based gaps on vol(that's mostly what you'll find in my pre-lists), wait for a p/b on lo vol...possible lo vol consolidation and then wait for a possible 2nd move on vol. Later there are other setups but they are all based on p/v. I also watch the Naz direction and group movement in realtime...none of this 20 min delayed cr*p. I still keep DGO for A/H research though.

Anyway...I still have some intermediate holdings...7 of 'em including my fave... WITS... which I rate as a SUPER DUPER ULTRA DELUXE STRONG BUY at this point.

Back to daytrading...I have tons to learn. Like yesterday, during one period when the mkt was gonna turn down...I pulled up metal stocks...got defensive and picked off RIO for a quickie...when the Naz reversed up...I cashed it for a nice little gainer.

I started daytrading only on 8/23. Through 9/24 I had 62 trades for +20.36% including commish. And I don't even have the right tools yet...e.g. Direct Access. I also have not used my margin...I will not do that until I am more comfortable with this... which will take some time. Maybe I have been lucky???

This week I made 6 trades on Monday 3up 3dn...but I lost $$$ for the day. Tuesday I made 4 trades...3up 1dn and did pretty good.

I am a long time Canslimmer...turned Swing Trader ...turned...well, we'll see??? But let me tell 'ya...I'm having fun.

I'm not a Master Technician by any means...that's why I like reading Spike's take right here at Mr. M...However, I know Canslim inside/out...not that I consider myself a Canslimmer anymore...but I still carry some of the influences of it with me....It served me well from '83-'00.

On a final note...I enjoy talking to almost everybody...but I try to surround myself with better traders than I am...I have quite a network of great people to trade ideas with...Best, IIC

maxstock
09-29-2004, 11:49 PM
IIC,

I use FolioFN.I don't know if you are familar with it but you have two Windows during the day where you can trade. One is at 11AM and the other at 2PM. Only problem is that they don't have on their list of stocks to trade every single stock, specially the ones that are less than $10. Most of the time when I follow your list (both MoMo and the one in the morning), you have 85% of all stocks I can trade using FolioFN.

Beginning last week I had set a folio call "Mr. Breakout" and one call "IBD 100". Every morning I create a real-time list of your stocks to see the one up in % volume. At 10:50 I choose the ones that are up and I make my trade. I clean my list "clean". At 2PM I sell the ones that are down and keeep the good ones.(mostly the ones 5% UP". I do something similar every day with the IBD 100. At 10:50 I only add the ones that are up on the list.

My "Mr. Breakout" folio is up 7.02% and my IBD up 5.02. No bad for just 5 trading days!!. Thanks you Mr. Breakout!!! :)

Max.

IIC
09-29-2004, 11:52 PM
Sorry Everybody...yesterday I reported the S/R for today but I said it was for Tuesday in some places...The S/R was correct...but it was for Wednesday...I made a typo. It is tough daytrading and having a F/T job...I was at the office till after 10pm last night...Guess that's the price I pay for trading...LOL

Here is my take for tomorrow on the S/R. I think we will now be up on the Naz over the next 3 trading days...Very encouraging that we got past the VERY STRONG resistance at 1980ish today. The short term A/D is looking pretty good...but not great. Not sure about tomorrow though...it's a tossup IMO. Best To All...IIC


Support/Resistance for Thursday

Nasdaq

Resistance

1979
1970
1960
1935
1915-1920
1897-1903-Weak

Support

1875-1880-VERY STRONG
1850-1855-Very Weak
1836-1841-Medium
1815-1819-Weak
1750-1755

QQQ

Resistance

36.60
36.15
35.65-Medium
35.35-Weak

Support

34.75-VERY STRONG
34.45-Weak
33.95-34.05-Medium
33.70-33.80-Weak

IIC
09-30-2004, 12:13 AM
IIC,

I use FolioFN.I don't know if you are familar with it but you have two Windows during the day where you can trade. One is at 11AM and the other at 2PM. Only problem is that they don't have on their list of stocks to trade every single stock, specially the ones that are less than $10. Most of the time when I follow your list (both MoMo and the one in the morning), you have 85% of all stocks I can trade using FolioFN.

Beginning last week I had set a folio call "Mr. Breakout" and one call "IBD 100". Every morning I create a real-time list of your stocks to see the one up in % volume. At 10:50 I choose the ones that are up and I make my trade. I clean my list "clean". At 2PM I sell the ones that are down and keeep the good ones.(mostly the ones 5% UP". I do something similar every day with the IBD 100. At 10:50 I only add the ones that are up on the list.

My "Mr. Breakout" folio is up 7.02% and my IBD up 5.02. No bad for just 5 trading days!!. Thanks you Mr. Breakout!!! :)

Max.
Thx Max...but let's see how it pans out after a few hundred.

One thing that I try to make clear is that My MoMo lists are in no way recommendations. It is a simple scan that takes me less than one minute to produce. I'm not using it right now...but it is no problem to post it. I used it for Swing Trade ideas myself...and I waited for pullbacks(similar to what I described in my daytrading post)...But I would give them days or weeks to see if they met my other criteria and p/v action...a lot of work...but since I like it...it was np.

Others use the MoMo list different ways to fit their own parameters...In fact I've heard from many...and I KNOW...I'm behind in my email responses...But I will get back to you...Sorry!!!...I get over 50 legit emails a day and I want to answer them all...Mostly I do...but some get lost in the shuffle I'm sure.

IIC
09-30-2004, 12:18 AM
BTW...Do you ever just follow the NEW ADD's to the IBD 100? Guess I could post them...'cause I do track them...But it is pretty easy to do yourself in an .xls workbook...You'll find some good one's that way...Best, IIC

maxstock
09-30-2004, 12:39 AM
IIC,

Yes, you explained in a past post that your Momo lists are not your recommendations or stocks to buy but, from the list, most of the time I get a lot of winners. In the past days many of your recommendations were up 10 and 20%.

I follow the IBD list every week and I update it with new addtions/deletions, specially on Monday. I realized that the 10/15 best performing stocks (% Gainers) from the whole list are the best pick for the rest of the week. I either buy the best right before the 11 or 2PM Window (depending how the market looks). Every day I do the same. I check on real time 15 minutes beefore the Windows close and I see wich are the best stocks up and I will add them to the list. I try to keep the list with up to 15 stocks, so I sell the ones not performing well. That's the cool thing about Folios, That I can build a folio of up to 50 securities and have 200 transactions per month.

About the new stocks on the list I realized that some of them are great but some don't. That's why I check the full list of 100 stocks and only pick the top 10.

Thanks.

Max.

IIC
09-30-2004, 10:17 AM
Morning Movers: NVTL UCBI CRAY VSEC IMOS INFY IMCL TVIN ELU BRL OSIP CRAI ARIA OVTI CAW ROXI RHAT SIRI CTHR ATU PEP PFE BTUI LGND SRCL

IIC
09-30-2004, 09:24 PM
Today's MoMo: HURC PSBI TNH NIKU ADBL WRLS NARA FHRX CK BAK TWTI UFPT GMXR CAND PROG LUCY CTHR CYB CBTE DHC ICOC NXXI

IIC
09-30-2004, 10:51 PM
Support/Resistance for Friday

Nasdaq

Resistance

1979
1970
1960
1935
1915-1920
1898-1903-Weak

Support

1875-1880-VERY STRONG
1850-1855-Very Weak
1836-1841
1815-1819-Weak
1750-1755

QQQ

Resistance

36.60
36.15
35.65-Medium
35.35-Weak

Support

34.75-VERY STRONG
34.45-Weak
34.00-Medium
33.70-33.80-Weak

IIC
10-01-2004, 10:19 AM
Pre Watch...TIVO NFLX ERES HGSI PSFT TUP AH NOK PFE ORCL VSEC MESA IMOS TEVA AMAT QLGC EMC GNVC EVOL CKCM

The Photon
10-01-2004, 01:50 PM
IIC are you watching this, I sold at 30% gain this morning, spike did a chart yesterday and it seems to have some legs left- the photon

IIC
10-01-2004, 06:59 PM
IIC are you watching this, I sold at 30% gain this morning, spike did a chart yesterday and it seems to have some legs left- the photon
I have not really looked that closely at it...but thx for the remider...I will take a look over the weekend.

BTW...I've seen your screen name in the past at different places(groups/chats)...are you basically a Canslimmer?...I can't remember...Best, IIC

The Photon
10-01-2004, 09:45 PM
In theory I try to be, been in on all mm picks for the last year, a few of my own... a few of yours trmm wits hans, and try not to get hurt, but it has been hard holding positions that drop below say 8%, I have held a few and that is the current flaw to my port. I have 3 mm picks that I am going long on - The Photon

IIC
10-02-2004, 01:15 AM
Today's MoMo:

PKOH IOC PMTI NCEN SIMG GPIC HURC VSEC TNH BAK ARKR IMOS WBNK ALDA BEAV DHC FHRX ADBL AIRN NVI WRLS FRD SIMC SIM GMXR VWPT NXXI

IIC
10-02-2004, 02:56 PM
Economic Data and other events
scheduled for October 4 - 8

MONDAY
Factory Orders for August (10 am ET)

Treasury announces 5 & 10-year note auctions (11 am ET)

Treasury auctions 3&6-month bills

TUESDAY
Weekly Chain Store Sales (9 am ET)

ISM Services Index for September (10 am ET)

Challenger Layoffs Report for September (10 am ET)

WEDNESDAY
Treasury auctions 5-year notes

THURSDAY
Weekly Initial Jobless Claims (8:30 am ET)

Treasury auctions 10-year TIPS

Fed Chairman Greenspan speaks at Fed conf. (1:30 pm ET)

Consumer Credit for August (3 pm ET)

Weekly Money Supply (4:30 pm ET)

FRIDAY
Employment Report for September (8:30 am ET)

Wholesale Inventories for August (10 am ET)

I also believe Retail SSS will come out on 10/7

EPS this week...this is not a complete list:

Not many this week...earnings season will kickoff the week after next.

Company Name Symbol Date Time Reuters YrAgo

EARNINGS TO BE ANNOUNCED WEEK OF OCT 4 - OCT 8

Thor Industries THO 10/4 B 0.52 0.39
Ruby Tuesday RI 10/4 A 0.44 0.37
Acuity Brands AYI 10/5 B 0.54 0.50
Apollo Group APOL 10/5 B 0.48 0.37
Univ of Phoenix UOPX 10/5 B 0.42 n/a
YUM! Brands YUM 10/5 A 0.60 0.54
Monsanto MON 10/6 B 0.03 0.22
RPM Inc RPM 10/6 B 0.46 0.41
Schnitzer Steel SCHN 10/6 B 0.90 0.56
Wolverine WWW 10/6 B 0.46 0.40
Genentech DNA 10/6 A 0.21 0.14
Sonus Networks SONS 10/6 A 0.02 0.01
ATI Tech ATYT 10/7 B 0.21 0.12
Costco COST 10/7 B 0.58 0.51
Intl Speedway ISCA 10/7 B 0.59 0.68
Marriott MAR 10/7 B 0.55 0.38
Matrix Service Co MTRX 10/7 B 0.10 0.22
Alcoa AA 10/7 A 0.36 0.33
American Health AMHC 10/7 A 0.27 0.15
General Electric GE 10/8 B 0.38 0.40

IIC
10-04-2004, 10:20 AM
Morning Watch:
VSEC WAG TEVA GENR LPNT PRAA FADV AMGN IMOS SEBL BEAS NIHD HEPH SNDK PMTI HLTH JOBS IMPCE EXAS AMAT TER NVLS HTCH STEC WON EPD BEAV NVTL VRTS EMC

Support/Resistance For Monday

Nasdaq

Resistance
1996
1979
1970
1960

Support

1935
1920
1903-1908
1892-Weak
1877-1880- Strong
1850-1855-Very Weak
1836-1841-Medium
1815-1819-Weak
1750-1755

QQQ

Resistance

37.20-Medium
36.60
36.15

Support

35.65-Medium
35.30-35.35
34.90-Strong
34.75-Very Weak
34.45-Medium
34.00-Medium
33.70-33.80-Weak

IIC
10-05-2004, 12:27 AM
Support/Resistance For Tuesday

Nasdaq

Resistance

2050-2055
2023
1996
1980-Very Weak
1970
1960

Support

1942-Very Weak
1935
1920
1903
1890-1995
1877-Medium
1865-Medium
1850-1855-Very Weak
1835-1841-Medium
1815-1819-Very Weak
1750-1755

QQQ

Resistance

37.75
37.15
36.80
36.60

Support

36.15
35.65-Medium
35.30
34.95-Strong
34.75-Very Weak
34.45-Medium
34.00-Medium
33.70-33.80-Weak

Today's Momo:
ALCO RIV SNDA WYNN RNOW GIVN MTEX WBNK IIIN QSND AGIX DWSN CETV PARL NL PXP TONS SFL WLB AKS MUSA NAII INCY OS NVI ANIK PMTI GPIC ULCM LMS SNSA FHRX WRLS MIND VWPT TWTI TWI WSTM AIRN SHOE MTMC

IIC
10-05-2004, 01:01 AM
I don't know which day...but the NAZ should pullback hard soon!!!

IIC
10-05-2004, 01:04 AM
JOBS and LTON:

http://biz.yahoo.com/ap/040929/technology_ipos_3.html

IIC
10-05-2004, 10:18 AM
Pre Watch:

CYTC T NPSP FILE IBM TSO PXD GLG SMT ALO SEBL SMT AYI PLAB AH ANT FRX NFLX IDNX GERN SCUR VLO PCOP TUNE SIGA SBSA DPMI MFLX

IIC
10-06-2004, 12:59 AM
Support/Resistance For Wednesday

Nasdaq

Resistance

2050-2055
2020-2025
1996
1980-Very Weak
1970
1960

Support

1950-Very Weak
1935-1942-Medium
1920-1925
1898-1903-Strong
1877
1865-Medium
1850-1855-Very Weak
1836-1841-Medium
1815-1820-Very Weak
1750-1755

QQQ

Resistance

37.75
37.15
36.80-Weak
36.60

Support

36.15
35.65-Medium
35.30-Weak
35.15-Strong
34.95-Weak
34.75
34.45-Medium
34.00-Medium
33.70-33.80-Weak

IIC
10-06-2004, 01:23 AM
Today's MoMo:

AIRT TRMD DWSN TOPT VLCCF MCRI BXX IPIX MTEX MCX TRGL TONS CECE FTHR TGA CRNS MTMC AKS QSND GMXR CGM

IIC
10-06-2004, 01:26 AM
Don't think it would be much use to post my dt's after the fact...yesterday 1up 4dn...today 5up 0dn. I seem to do better when the market is quiet. Overall on 90 trades since 8/23...up a shade over 25% incl. commish...so far so good...but it sure takes a lot of time.

IIC
10-06-2004, 02:03 AM
Lone Star Steakhouse & Saloon Q3 EPS Beats Estimates By A Penny - Update [STAR]
10/5/2004 10:03:14 PM Tuesday evening, Lone Star Steakhouse & Saloon, Inc. (STAR), owner and operator of casual dining restaurants, revealed preliminary results for the third quarter, reporting earnings that beat estimates on a rise in sales over last year

IIC
10-06-2004, 02:06 AM
Nikkei rises to 11-week intraday high
Other markets also higher despite soaring oil prices

http://trimurl.com/J2

IIC
10-06-2004, 10:16 AM
Pre-Watch:
STAR IMGN MLIN IDNX ERES SIRI DNET YUM TOO PRGO RCKY PECS WWW COGN NETE
SSPI MEDX EASI MACR PFE CNF CHIR UTSI CYTC RDVN SCHN PLUM ARDM EBAY CNLG

IIC
10-06-2004, 06:25 PM
Today's MoMo:

TPL MCRI FMD AIRT FDG TONS SNDA ARLP BPT UCI HURC MTEX VSEC TRMD TOPT SFL DWSN MCX MSGI AKS HBP CLHB SHOE SOSA TGA

IIC
10-07-2004, 12:29 AM
Support/Resistance For Thursday

Nasdaq

Resistance

2050-2055
2025
1996
1980-Weak

Support

1970
1960
1950-Very Weak
1935-1942-Medium
1920
1905
1877
1865-Medium
1836-1841-Medium
1815-1820-Very Weak
1750-1755

QQQ

Resistance

37.75
37.15
36.80-Weak

Support

36.60
36.15-Medium
35.65-Medium
35.35
34.95-35.05-Medium
34.75
34.45-Medium
34.00-Medium
33.70-33.80-Weak

IIC
10-07-2004, 01:25 AM
HEY...I just saved myself 7 Grand...

I took the Canslim Certification Exam and got 100%...Send me my certificate!!!

IIC
10-07-2004, 10:24 AM
PreWatch: CDSS CLX CHS LTD PXLW JWN GPS AEOS ATYT COST PLCE PSUN ANF TIVO UTSI BPFH HOTT ECA XRTX CRM MACR APOL IMOS MBAY

Websman
10-07-2004, 06:26 PM
HEY...I just saved myself 7 Grand...

I took the Canslim Certification Exam and got 100%...Send me my certificate!!!

Congratulations! I'm sure William Oneil will get the check right to you.