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S&P 500 INDEX

909.92
-75.02 (-7.6%)
Seventh straight loss
for large-cap index

DOW JONES IND.


8579.19
-678.91 (-7.3%)
All 30 blue chips sink;
seven dive 10% or more

NYSE VOL. (MIL)


1,707
-197 (-10.3%)
Trade slows; above avg.
for sixth session in row

NASDAQ
1645.12
-95.21 (-5.5%)
Double-digit losses
for Whole Foods, Sears

NASDAQ VOL. (MIL)


2,851
-614 (-17.7%)
Losers lead winners
by an 11-2 ratio

10-YEAR T-NOTE
3.76%
+0.10 (+2.7%)
Flurry of new debt
hits prices, lifts yields

DOLLAR-YEN
99.82
+0.85 (+0.9%)
Greenback firms up
as risk appetite returns

EURO
1.3604
-0.0043 (-0.3%)
Euro loses vs. dollar
on U.S. safe-haven play

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REUTERS CRB FUT.


310.53
-1.13 (-0.4%)
Wheat and oil retreat;
gold and silver rise

FRIDAY, OCTOBER 10, 2008 $2.00

Obama Cant Chill Bill

His Ammo? Words

Lumber Liquidators

Ports In The Storm?

Winning With ETFs

Daily Stock Analysis

Ayers bombing days are over,


but he remains as radical as ever

Alexander Solzhenitsyn battled


through his anti-Soviet books

The hardwood flooring retailer


nails down profits in hard times

Low home prices tempt some


to brave the waves for bargains

As world markets disintegrate,


a trader has his best year ever

Discount retailer Dollar Tree


holds above its 40-week line

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IBDS TOP 10
GM Shares Fall To 58-Year Low

The automaker plunged 31% to 4.76, the


lowest since 1950, after S&P placed it and
rival Ford on watch for credit downgrades.
Fitch said suppliers may force GM to pay
bills fast. GM said European sales fell 1.9%
to 1.6 mil vehicles in the first 9 months of 08.
J.D. Power & Associates warned of a U.S.
auto market collapse in 09. Ford shares
dived 22%, Toyotas 7%. More on this page

Sell-Off Persists As GM Tumbles


GM was for decades the bluest of blue chips. But shrinking market share, legacy costs and the tumbling market
and economy have decimated the stock.
Closing prices

1967: GM celebrates the production


of its 100 millionth U.S.-made car

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Main Indexes Again Devoured

A late-session nose dive assured the market of its 7th straight decline, bringing
the indexes losses this week to 16% or more.
The NYSE composite plunged 7.9%, the
S&P 500 7.6%, the Dow 7.3% and the Nasdaq 5.5% all to fresh lows. Volume fell.
GM crashed and financials dived. Declining
stocks crushed advancers. More on B1, B2

Credit Conditions Remain Tight

U.S. May Buy Up Stakes In Banks

Treasury Secy Henry Paulson is eyeing


bigstakesinU.S. banks,maybebyOct. 31,
to steady the sector. Citi said late there was
no deal with Wells Fargo to end a feud over
Wachovia. Citi will still pursue its Wachovia
takeover and a $60 bil suit vs. Wells. Earlier,
Citi fell 10%, Wells Fargo 15%, Wachovia
29%.MorganStanleyand Merrill Lynchboth
dived 26% on deal fears. More on this page

Bush, G-7 Finance Heads To Meet

The president, after giving a public statementFri. morning, will host finance ministers and central bankers from Group of
Seven nations to consider further coordinated steps, after Wed.s joint rate cuts, to ease
the financial crisis. G-7 finance talks will run
through Sun.; the IMF and World Bank will
hold weekend meetings. G-7 leaders also
plan to meet, but no date has been set.

Iceland Teeters As Top Bank Fails

The govt closed its stock market and


took control of Icelands largest bank as
fears of an all-out financial collapse increased. PM Geir Haarde appealed to citizens not to withdraw large sums of money
from banks. The news rocked Europe,
where many people have accounts in subsidiaries of Icelands top 3 banks, all of which
have now been taken over.

Buckle Bucks Weak Retail Trend

The youth apparel chains Sept. samestore sales jumped 19.7% vs. a year ago,
easily beating views. But most clothiers, including TJX, Gap and Abercrombie, missed.
Most dept. stores posted weak sales Wed.
Total Sept. comps rose 1.2% but fell 0.1% ex
Wal-Mart. Buckle shares rose 1%. The S&P
Retail Index dived 7.9% to a 5-year low.

Oil, Gold Tumble; Dollar Gains

Demand and speculative futures trading


continued to unwind, leaving Nov.
crude down $2.36 to a 12-mo. low of $86.59 a
barrel after dipping below $85 intraday.
Gold fell $20 an ounce its first decline in 4
days, dropping back below $900. And the
dollar continued slipping vs. the yen but
climbed vs. the euro. The dollar index rose
after a 2-day decline.

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The communist state reportedly deployed at least 10 missiles to its west


coast and prepared for test launches. That
comes 2 days after it fired 2 short-range missiles into the Yellow Sea. North Korea also
told the U.N.s nuclear watchdog that it is
barring inspectors from its Yongbyon reactor and halting the process of disabling it.

3 Asian Central Banks Cut Rates

10

South Korea and Taiwan acted a day


after the Fed and other major central
banks jointly cut rates in a bid to ease the global financial crisis. For the first time in 4
years, S. Korea cut rates by 25 basis points to
5%. Taiwan lopped off 25 ticks to 3.25%.
Also, Hong Kong carried out Wed.s plan to
slash its rate to 2% from 3%.

2005: GM loses $10.6


billion for the year,
despite selling over
9 million GM cars
and trucks globally

1968: The 50-story


GM Building opens
in New York City

50

A 1963
Chevrolet
Corvette split-window coupe

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65

70

75

1980: The worlds largest


automaker suffers its first
corporate financial loss
since 1920

2004: The last


Oldsmobile rolls
off the line

1991: GM announces plans to idle


21 plants in the U.S. and Canada

Oct. 9: GM falls 31% to 4.76, a 58-year low


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Source: IBD research

Plan B: Direct Cash Infusion To Banks?


Paulson Mulls Equity Stakes
Would be quicker than
buying distressed assets;
rescue bill has authority
BY JED GRAHAM
INVESTOR'S BUSINESS DAILY

With financial markets buckling


as Plan A takes shape, Plan B a
governmentinjectionofequitycapital directly into the banking sector
has moved to the front burner.
White House press secretary
Dana Perino said Thursday that
Treasury Secretary Henry Paulson
is actively considering providing capital to U.S. banks in exchange for ownership stakes. Such
a program could begin before
months end, Reuters reported.
The abrupt shift in Treasurys
plan for deploying $700 billion to
restore confidence in the banking
system failed to halt a downward
spiral. The S&P 500 and Dow sank
over 7% as the Nasdaq lost 5.5%.
Financial shares were among the
biggest losers on a day that a ban
on short-selling of the sector was
lifted. Partial government ownership of banks would dilute the
stakes of current shareholders.

The New, New Plan


Paulsons original plan was to
buy distressed assets from banks
at a fair but likely above-market
price. But the legislation approved last Friday also included
authorityto purchase anyother financial instrument . . . to promote
financial market stability.
Ata news conferenceon Wednesday, Paulson said the Emergency
Economic Stabilization Act provided the authority to inject capital into financial institutions.
He even listed that authority
ahead of the legislations more
widely discussed intents of buying
or insuring troubled assets.

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E2008 Investors Business Daily Inc.

Credit markets still tight


as S&P 500 slides 7.6%;
G7 leaders to convene
BY SCOTT STODDARD

GMs
Hummer H2
launches in 2001

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CONTENTS

N. Korea Deploys 10 Missiles

1985: GM buys
Hughes Aircraft

1974: Facing increasing competition


from Japan, GM begins downsizing

Overnight bank-to-bank rates fell, but


the 3-month Libor rate hit an 08 high.
TheTEDspread,a gaugeofcreditstress,shot
up to a record. Commercial paper fell $56.4
bil in the week ended Wed., less than the
prior weeks record $94.9 bil. The Feds Tue.
declaration that it would buy the short-term
corporate debt may have helped. Treasury
yields jumped again. More on this page

Possible Rating Downgrade

GMs Long Descent

Many experts have argued the


fastest way to restore confidence
in the banking sector is with direct
capital injections.
For sure, some number of banks
are undercapitalized and may be
broke, but nobody knows whos
brokeand who isnt, said Alex Pollock,a resident fellow atthe American Enterprise Institute.
Only an adequate injection of
public funds to shore up bank balance sheets can provide the confidence and capital base to restore
the flow of credit, he said.
The U.K. said Wednesday it will
inject $87 billion into its banks.
Princeton University economist
and New York Times columnist
Paul Krugman noted a rough U.S.
equivalent based on GDP would
be $500 billion.
Christopher Whalen, editor of
the Institutional Risk Analyst, is
among those calling for the government to inject capital into banks.
We have chewed up half a trillion dollars in financial services
capital in the past 18 months, but
the approaching wave in terms of
realized losses on real estate and
other loans means that the industry must have new capital to survive, he wrote this week.
But buying direct stakes in banks
carries risks.
Along with ending the short-selling ban, Treasurys latest plan is

an invitation to speculative attacks in which firms at risk are


driven into ruinously dilutive recapitalizations, wrote Donald
Luskin, chief investment officer of
TrendMacrolytics.
Luskin says Treasury is taking
too long to deploy capital, with no
buys made in three weeks since
Paulson unveiled the plan.

No Time For Delay


Buying equity from banks could
be a faster way of deploying capital than Paulsons original focus of
buying up toxic assets.
ColumbiaUniversity finance professor Charles Calomiris wrote
that a government plan to buy preferred stock could be implemented within a week.
Paulsons plan to buy toxic assets
is a less direct and more complex
way of supplying capital than purchases of preferred equity.
Treasuryhasbeenworking torapidlydesignreverseauctionsforpricing distressed mortgage securities,
as well as hiring asset managers.
But Paulson said Wednesday actual buys are several weeks away.
PerinosaidTreasury officials are
moving at lightning speed for government-type work in trying to establish how quickly people can get
in those positions so that they can
work on the reverse auctions that
were also a part of the authority.

INVESTOR'S BUSINESS DAILY

Stocks plunged to five-year lows


Thursday after Standard & Poors
said it may downgrade General
Motors and Ford, raising fears
that a persistent credit crunch
could drive more companies into
bankruptcy and spark a deep and
prolonged recession.
S&P warned in the final hour of
trading that it may cut GM and
Ford credit ratings further into
junk, saying the auto giants may
run out of liquidity next year.
Earlier, GM reported weak European sales and J.D. Power & Associates said U.S. industry sales
could collapse in 2009. Fitch
Ratings said suppliers could demand GM pay bills faster, further
squeezing liquidity.
GM shares crashed 31% to 4.76,
the lowest since 1950. Ford fell
22%.
The combination of operating
difficulties,financial stress and declining business as you move into
a recession is a potentially lethal
mix, said Bruce McCain, head of
investment strategy at Key Private Bank.

settle their fight over buying


Wachovia. Citi says itll still try to
pursue its takeover bid. It wont
try to stop Wells offer, but will go
ahead with its $60 billion lawsuit
against its rival suitor for interfering with its transaction.
A lengthy legal battle could destroy Wachovias value and hurt
the entire banking sector.
After all three banks suffered
double-digit losses in the regular
session, Wachovia rallied late
while Wells and Citi dipped.

Credit Watch
TED spread
500
Yield premium for 5-month Libor

400 over 3-month Treasuries, in basis points


300

Week ended
Oct. 8: 401.36
basis points

200
100
0
Jun 9 Jul Aug Sep
Commercial paper outstanding
$50
Week ended
Oct. 8:
-$56.4 bil

0
-50
Weekly change, in billions

-100
July 23 Aug Sept

Oct

Sources: Reuters, Federal Reserve

Huge Market Losses Continue


The Dow dived 7.3% to 8579.19,
below 9,000 for the first time in
five years. The S&P 500 fell 7.6%
and the Nasdaq 5.5%. The major
averages down seven straight
sessions have fallen more than
40% from last years peak.
Gauges of credit continued to
flash red despite herculean efforts by the Federal Reserve and
government to pump hundreds of
billions of dollars into the banking
system to try to spur lending. The
Feds coordinated effort with
other central banks to cut interest
rates by a half point on Wednesday failed to impress investors.
The SPDR financial index dived
10.4%. Insurance giant AIG fell
25% after the Fed extended additional loans. Morgan Stanley and
Merrill Lynch both plunged 26%
on separate deal concerns. Insurance giant Prudential dropped
23% then issued a profit warning after the close.
Citigroup said late Thursday it
ended talks with Wells Fargo to

Treasury Secretary Henry Paulson is actively considering buying shares of troubled banks to try
to shore up the financial system
quickly,WhiteHousespokeswoman Dana Perino said Thursday.
The Treasury may do so by the
end of October using funds from
the governments $700 billion rescue plan approved last week, Reuters said, citing a source.
Paulson had planned to largely
use those funds to buy distressed
mortgage assets probably paying above-market prices to indirectly recapitalize banks. But he
acknowledged Wednesday that
anysuch asset buys are still several weeks away.
Secretary Paulson is looking at
all the different tools to figure out
which ones should be used at
what time and how robustly and
how much money to put into
each, Perino said.
Paulson has acknowledged more
financials will fail and called for
SEE CRUNCH ON A5

China Still Growing Fast Amid Global Crisis


But emerging giants
exports arent immune;
retail sales are robust

Can China Save The World?


Chinese growth is cooling as exports and manufacturing weaken.
But retail sales have picked up the pace.
China GDP

BY REINHARDT KRAUSE

15%

INVESTOR'S BUSINESS DAILY

Chinas economy will surely sputter as trade slows, limiting its ability to help put a floor under the global economic decline.
Still, Chinas decision Wednesday to cut interest rates on the
same day as the Federal Reserve
and other major central banks has
some economists hoping Beijing
is on board as governments try to
coordinate policies to ease the financial crisis.
The big question: Will Chinas
economicgrowth head off or minimize a global recession? Some observers caution China cant be
counted on.
The notion that somehow
theyre going to bail out the global
economy, either on the real side
or on the financial side, is naive,
said Edwin Truman, senior fellow
at the Peterson Institute for International Economics. They have
huge problems at home and they
know it. If theres a global reces-

Chinese retail sales


Yearly change

2009e: 9.3%

25%

Yearly change

20

10

Q2 Q3 Q4 Q1 Q2 09e
07
08

15

Aug.: 23.2%

10
Jan
07

Jan
08

Aug

Source: Global Insight

sion, they will be severely impacted because they have a higher


shareofGDPdirectedtotradethan
anylarge economyintheworld.
Chinas economy expanded
11.9% in 2007, but the pace has
slowly cooled over the past year.
The International Monetary Fund
forecasts Chinas economy will
grow 9.7% in 2008 and 9.3% next
year. But several Wall Street firms
peg 2009 growth closer to 8%.
China is slated to release September trade figures on Oct. 14 and
third-quarter GDP data on Oct. 21.
While Chinas exports are slowing, economists say Beijing is prepared to ramp up government

spending on infrastructure to
boost domestic demand. How big
a toll Chinas own property slump
and stock market plunge will take
on the economy isnt clear.
Chinese companies are expected to takeadvantage offalling commodity prices to renegotiate contracts, easing inflation.
Chinas economy is clearly decelerating. To go from 11.5%
growth in 2007, to maybe 9.5% in
2008 and maybe 8% or less next
year is a pretty big deal, said
Donald Straszheim, vice chairman of Roth Capital Partners. Because they are so export-dependent, (Chinas) economy will con-

tinue to slow.
China is the worlds fourth-largest economy and the third-largest
market for U.S. exports. Chinas
growth could prevent a severe global recession, says Albert Keidel,
an economist at the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace.
China still isnt that big an economy at commercial (market) exchange rates, Keidel said. But,
they may help global growth from
going negative.
The IMFhas shaved its2009 estimate for global growth to 3%, the
lowest since 2002.
Economists say Chinas main
challenge is stimulating domestic
demand to offset falling exports,
without reigniting inflation.
Theyre (China) driven by domestic investment decisions,
added Keidel. A lot of things they
purchase internationally, raw materials and equipment, will get
cheaper. They can still be a source
of demand for the world and assist
in (a global) recovery.
China cut its rate on Sept. 15, the
first in six years. On Oct. 8, China
eased again, along with other central banks. The Peoples Bank of
China cut the one-year lending
SEE CHINA ON A5

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FRIDAY, OCTOBER 10, 2008

VITAL SIGNS

INVESTORS.COM
Week ended
Oct. 4: 478,000

Four-week moving average, in thousands

Continuing claims, in millions

Jobless Claims Drop From 7-Year High

Jobless claims, in thousands


500

500

3.75

New claims for unemployment benefits fell by 20,000


to 478,000, due to fewer hurricane-related filings.
Theyve topped 400,000 for 12 straight weeks and are
up 51% from a year ago. The 4-week average hit its
highest since Oct. 01. The number of Americans
receiving benefits rose to the most in more than 5 years.

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335

335

280
Oct 06 Jan 07 Apr

280
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Jul

Oct Jan 08 Apr

Jul

Oct

Week ended
Oct. 4: 482,500

Week ended
Sept. 27: 3.66 mil

3.25
2.75

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07

2.25
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08

05

06

07

08

Sources: Labor Department, Datastream

TO THE POINT
ECONOMY

BUSINESS BRIEFS

NATION

U.S. still No. 1 in competitiveness Prosecution rests in Stevens case

FINANCE

METALS

Prudential warns, halts buyback

ArcelorMittal sees higher profits

The financial services company


warned after hours that Q3 earnings will fall sharply due to hefty
charges and worse-than-expected
results from investments. Prudential Financial also suspended its
stock buyback program. It said it expects Q3 investment losses of $325
mil-$375 mil, including losses tied
to securities issued by Lehman
Bros. and AIG. Excluding one-time
charges, it projected Q3 EPS of
$1.93-$2.16, above views of $1.72.
Prudential fell 23% to 33.27.

The worlds largest steel maker said


it expects profit and cash flow to
rise in the second half of 08 despite
a slowing economy. ArcelorMittal
expects Q3 EBITDA to exceed $8.5
bil, and both EBITDA and cash flow
during the second half will be higher than the first half. The company,
which produces about 10% of the
worlds steel, has largely shielded itself from the rising prices of the key
ingredients iron ore and coal
by securing its own sources. Shares
slipped 3.7% to 31.50.

TD Ameritrade slumps on rate cut TECHNOLOGY

The online brokerage fell 15% to


12.35, its lowest since June 05, as investors worried that its EPS will be
hurt by the Feds recent interestrate cut. The Feds move Wed. will
lower TD Ameritrades 09 EPS by 2
cents, according to BMO Capital
Markets. BMO said the cut affects
the portion of TD Ameritrades client cash assets invested in shortterm instruments and the expected
impact of reinvesting some longerterm assets as they mature. Higher
costs to borrow money also will
hurt earnings, BMO said.

Franklin sees major withdrawals


The asset manager said total assets
under management sank 22% vs. a
year ago to $507.2 bil as of Sept. 30.
Franklin Resources, which operates as Franklin Templeton Investments, said assets fell 10% from the
prior month alone. Equity holdings
saw the sharpest drop, falling 32%
to $263.2 bil. Hybrid funds also fell,
while fixed-income funds fluctuated and money-market holdings
rose. Franklin fell 8.7% to 60.42.

Natl City putting itself up for sale


The large regional bank whose fortunes have crumbled following the
collapse of the subprime market is
in talks about a possible sale, published reports said. Potential bidders for National City reportedly include PNC Financial and Torontos
Bank of Nova Scotia. The companies declined to comment on the reports. National City, which has fallen more than 80% this year, closed
down 3.6% to 2.15.

America kept its place as the


worlds most competitive economy
according to the World Economic
Forum, despite the financial crisis.
Switzerland, Denmark and Sweden
remained Nos. 2, 3 and 4 once again.
Singapore was No. 5. Britain fell to
No. 12 from No. 9. China is ranked
No.30. Iceland,which is now in danger of going bankrupt, was 20th.

Morale Is Low
THIS IS A PROBLEMthat has been caused by Iceland, British Prime Minister Gordon Brown said Thursday after Iceland nationalized its three top
banks,freezingmillionsinBritishassets.BrownsaidhehadactedtoseizeIcelandic bank assets and threatened to freeze assets of Icelandic firms.
AP

MEDICAL

Micron Tech cuts 15% of workers 25% of teen girls got cancer shots

The chipmaker will lay off about


2,800 of its 19,000 workers, mainly
in Idaho, where its headquartered.
Micron Technology said its joint
venturewith Intelwill slash production of Nand flash memory used in
digital cameras and other consumer devices in the face of a weakening world economy. The company
said it expects a $60 mil charge related to job cuts. Micron edged up
0.3% to 3.88. Intel fell 4% to 15.60.
00 Apple, the maker of the iPod,
iPhone and Mac PC, will launch
new laptops Oct. 14, including its
first sub-$1,000 notebook, analysts
said. Shares slid 1.2% to 88.74.
00 Hewlett-Packard plans to build
a 215,000-square-foot factory for
desktop and laptop computers in
Chongqing, China. It expects the
plant to be operating in 2010. HP is
the 2nd-largest PC maker in China.
HP declined 3.8% to 38.50.

Tech giants target Second Life


Microsoft and Sony took the wraps
off their rival virtual worlds at a
Tokyo trade show, heating up competition with Linden Labs popular
Second Life and Googles Lively 3-D worlds. Microsofts New
Xbox Experience for its Xbox 360
console will launch Nov. 19, while
Sony said its Home will be available to PlayStation 3 users late this
year. Virtual communities are relatively new, but potentially lucrative.Second Life was recently estimated to be worth $1 bil.

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A year after the drug makers cervical cancer vaccine was approved,
one in four teen girls in the U.S. received the vaccine, health officials
reported. Mercks three-shot series
targets the sexually transmitted
human papillomavirus, and health
officials recommend that girls get
the shots when they are 11 or 12, before they become sexually active.
But many families are cautious
about the safety of new vaccines.
Shares fell 8.1% to 26.21.

Exec sales rock Boston Scientific


The maker of medical devices said
the sell-off of 13 mil shares owned
by its co-founders and their families on Wed. was involuntary and
didnt reflect on the companys performance. Boston Scientific said
Pete Nicholas and John Abeles inability to immediately access some
assets because of the bankruptcy of
Lehman Bros. and other market
troubles automatically triggered
the sales. It added that the sales
were relatedto loans madeto Nicholas, Abele and their families. Boston
shares, which tumbled 10% on
Wed., slid 6.3% to 8.39 on Thu.

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The prepaid calling card business


has grown into a $4 bil industry, but
it also faces criticism from lawmakers who say some cards use deceptive marketing practices. A dozen
states have passed laws tightening
oversight on the cards, plus the U.S.
Senate is mulling oversight measures already passed by the House.
The deceptive practices include billing in 3-minute increments even if
customers use a card for just a few
seconds. Critics contend card issuers dont fully disclose added charges, such as activation fees and weekly maintenance fees.

Safer test for Down syndrome


A new screening test to diagnose
Down syndrome was developed by
Stanford Univ. scientists. The test
uses DNA mapping techniques to
find extra copies of chromosomes
to determine disorders. Currently
doctors instead use a big needle to
extract fluid, a method that raises
the risk of miscarriage, infection or
damage to the fetus. The new test
can detect fetus DNA by just checking the mothers blood. The researchers said the cost for the test
could be $300-$700.

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U.S. consumer confidence dives

Sept. same-store sales fell 1.7%,


below views, as fewer shoppers
bought sundries, groceries and
other items. Same-store sales in
its pharmacy unit increased
0.4%, while front-end sales
dipped 3.9%.

The RBC Consumer Attitudes and


Spending index dropped to 37 in
Oct. from 69.2 in Sept., on the financial crisis, rising unemployment
and falling home prices. It was the
largest monthly drop since the
index began in 02, but the reading
was above Julys record-low 14.6.
The index had jumped 35 points in
Sept. as oil and gas prices declined.

ALCOA, an aluminum giant,


faces a possible downgrade
from S&P due to a weaker-thanexpected Q3 earnings result.
S&P also cut its outlook to negative. Still, shares rose.

DECKERS, a footwear maker,


expects its Q3 sales to be about
$195 mil, up 51% from a year ago
and topping projections of $175
mil. The company also sees Q3
EPS growth above the 12% target. Shares rose.

MOSAIC, a maker of potash for


fertilizer, declared a quarterly
dividend of 5 cents to be paid on
Nov. 20. Shares rose.

TRANSPORTATION
Southwest up despite downgrade
The discount airline had its debt
downgraded one notch to BBB+ by
Standard & Poors, which cited its
weaker position because of the economic slump and volatile fuel prices. Thats still investment-grade
level and better than the ratings
other U.S. carriers currently have.
Southwest rose 1.4% to 11.75, fueled
in part by falling crude prices.

00 A new transit planning system

is being developed by MIT researchers, with one contending it has


helped cut his commute time by
25%. The system relies on sensors
placed on 50 Boston-area cars. Its
able to monitor traffic by tracking
each cars speed at different points
during a trip. It retrieves that data
as the cars pass existing Wi-Fi
hotspots, and then provides route
advice based on the real-time data.
00 Being too close to light bulbs of
the energy-saving variety can cause
skin problems because of UV light
emissions, the U.K. Health Protection Agency found, noting that UV
light is equivalent to being outside
on a sunny day. The agency issued a
guideline against using unencapsulated light bulbs, where the light
coil is visible, closer than 1 foot to
the body for more than 1 hour a day.
00 A virtual world called Realtown
is helping students in Mexico practice their English. Realtown features a supermarket, schools and a
bank. It lets students practice listening comprehension and talk with
each another via voice over Internet protocol or text messages. Experts say virtual reality represents a
new frontier in computer-assisted
language learning.

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a court ordered freed from Guantanamo Bay after 7 years found their
freedom stymied. The Bush administration successfully argued to a
federal appeals court that there
would be only minimal harms if
the detainees were to stay at Guantanamo a while longer while it
seeks to resolve the dispute.
00 Chinese Ambassador to the

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Prepaid calling cards under fire

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AFTER THE CLOSE


its Q3 EPS will be higher than
Q2s figure $2.90, due to strong
improvement on downstream
result. Shares edged up.

00 The group of Chinese Muslims


Oct.: 37

CHEVRON, an oil company, said

M/I Homes deals, deliveries fall


The home builder said new contracts for homes fell 19% in Q3,
while homes delivered dropped
29%. M/I Homes also said the cancellation rate was 32%, less than the
38% rate it incurred last year. It also
shrank its backlog to $212 mil for
781 units, down from $481 mil for
1,468 units at the same time last
year. The builder also said it ended
the quarter without having to borrow against its $250 mil unsecured
line of credit. Shares fell 3.7% to
15.96.

RBC Cash Index


110

Federal prosecutors wrapped up


their corruption case against Sen.
Ted Stevens, R-Alaska, after nearly
3 weeks of testimony. Stevens lawyers immediately asked the court to
acquit the senator, contending prosecutors failed to prove Stevens concealed $250,000 in home renovations paid for by an oil executive. If
the case proceeds, the defense plans
to call Sen. Daniel Inouye, D-Hawaii, and ex-Secy of State Colin
Powell to testify on Stevens behalf.

Wholesale inventories rise 0.8%


The Commerce Dept. reported
wholesale inventories rose in Aug.,
beating expectations of 0.5% but
lower than Julys 1.5% increase.
Sales fell 1% in Aug. after falling
0.8% in July. The inventories-tosales ratio how long it would take
to sell stocks at the current sales
pace rose to 1.10 from 1.08 in July.

Benchmark mortgage under 6%


The 30-year fixed rate mortgage
fell 16 basis points this week to
5.94%, largely tracking lower Treasury yields, said Freddie Mac. The
15-year fixed fell to 5.63% from
5.78%. The 5-year adjustable rate
fell to 5.9% from 6%. The one-year
adjustable rose to 5.15% from
5.12%.

COMING UP THURSDAY
00 Import prices for Sept., 8:30 a.m.

EDT.
00 Trade balance for Aug., 8:30
a.m. EDT (forecast: -$59.0 bil).

U.S. Zhou Wenzhong says Washingtons recent approval of a multibillion-dollar arms package for Taiwan is a gross violation of U.S.
commitments to Beijing.
00 Virginia Gov. Tim Kaine is laying off 570 state workers as the
states budget outlook worsens
amid the global financial crisis.

WORLD
Afghan conditions getting worse
U.S. intelligence agencies concluded in a draft report that Afghanistan
is in a downward spiral and they
doubt whether the govt can stem
the Talibans rise, the New York
Timesreported. The reportsaid corruption in Pres. Hamid Karzais
govt and militant attacks from Pakistan have fueled the breakdown.

PAKISTAN: Suspected U.S. missiles


struck two tribal regions near the
Afghan border, killing at least 9,
intelligence officials said. Meanwhile, separate bombings targeting
police killed 10 people and hurt 14.

IRAQ: A lawmaker loyal to anti-U.S.


Shiite cleric Muqtada al-Sadr was
killed when a bomb struck his
convoy in Baghdad.
SYRIA: Two U.S. journalists who
went missing during a vacation in
Lebanon 8 days ago were arrested
in Syria after they crossed the Lebanese-Syrian border with the help of
smugglers, Syrian officials said.

COMPANY INDEX

IN BRIEF
Brunswick, a boat maker, said it is
cutting 1,400 additional jobs as the
company shuts four plants and
furloughs workers at three more.
The move came after the company
said it would cut 1,000 jobs, and
possibly cut 1,700 more.

Orbitz Worldwide was downgraded to sell by Piper Jaffray, which


blamed deteriorating travel industry fundamentals, high exposure to
the mature domestic online travel
market, aggressive competition in
Europe and a highly leveraged balance sheet. Piper Jaffray cut its
price target to $4 from $5.50. Orbitz fell 13.9% to 3.97.
Centex, a home builder, said its
suspending its quarterly dividend
due to a deteriorating economic
outlook. It had paid 4 cents a share
the last four quarters. Shares fell
14.2% to 10.17.

Aeropostale ...................B3
AK Steel Hldg ...............A7
Apache .........................A7
Apple Inc .............A4, A7
AT&T Inc .......................A4
Bank of America ...........A7
C F Industries Hldgs .....A7
Campbell Soup......B1, B3
Citigroup ........................B1
Citrix Systems ..............A4
City Natl .......................B3
CME Group.....................B3
Comcast .......................A4
Dell Inc .........................A4
EOG Resources ..............A7
Extra Space Storage .....B5
Ezcorp ............................B3
Fannie Mae ..................A6
Federal Home Loan .....A6
Ford Motor .....................B1
FTI Consulting ...............B3
General Mills ..................B1
General Motors .............B1
Google Inc ...........A4, A7
HewlettPackard..........A4
IBM .......................A4, B1

Lockheed Martin landed an additional $173 mil contract from the


Navy to work on the VH-71 presidential helicopter. It fell 6% to 92.
Raytheon received an additional
$171.1 mil Navy contract for 2 torpedoes. Shares slid 8.4% to 45.59.

Biogen Idec, a biotech, said after


hours that it has abandoned development of an experimental arthritis drug after it missed several goals
in a midstage study. Biogen fell in
late trading.

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Vitalize Your Mind, Body


Ever admire someone who
hasit alltogether professionally? Look at what he or she
is doing personally. Chances
are,oneside of life isenergizing the other.
00 Beat the alarm. If you disregard
your health, youll eventually get a
wake-up call. So says James Campbell Quick, who co-authored Managing Executive Health.
Quick worked with Lee Thurburn,
founder of Flash.net, after the entrepreneur suffered two heart attacks
and had a quadruple bypass.
He tended to ignore himself and
did a number of things that were
counterproductive, Quick told
IBD. Now hes willing to pay attention to his health. Its instrumental
in him being able to continue doing
what he wants to do.
00 Do the obvious. Exercise. Every
expert you ask, including Quick,
says its a good thing. Now theres
scientific evidence behind how
physical activity sharpens the intellect, lifts mood and beats stress.
Psychiatrist John Ratey, author of
Spark, says just taking a walk can
improve brain functioning as much
as 20%.
Thats not all. Exercise can make
positive inroads against depression,
addiction, menopause and even
Alzheimers disease.
I say exercise is equivalent to a
dose of Ritalin, a little Adderal and a
little bit of Prozac, Ratey told IBD.
You get the same kind of benefits.
We knew that intuitively, but now
we have the science behind it.
00 Choose realistically. Heres a
question to ask before launching an
exercise program: Can I see myself
doing this six months from today?
Thats the recommendation of

Total Activation author Nitin


Chhoda.
Aim for consistency, not intensity.
That is the backbone to long-term
success, Chhoda told IBD.
00 Achieve some balance. Exercise is just one part of a healthy lifestyle, Chhoda said.
His approach calls for attention to
emotional, social, spiritual and intellectual facets as well. Fitness is
more a state of mind than it is a state
of the body, Chhoda said.
00 Get some relief. Your mind and
body need a respite from daily pressures. Stress pushes you to be continually ready for fight or flight.
Quick advises practicing relaxation
techniques that lower blood pressure and release tension.
Fifteen to 20 minutes of prayer or
meditation on a daily basis is so
healthy, Quick said.
And so beneficial. Strengthening
your spiritual base helps provide a
sense of hope and a sense of perspective to be able to survive the hard
times, Chhoda said.
00 Keep good company. Pay attention to the people around you, and
minimize contact with those who
bring you down. One really negative relationship in your world can
wipe out about fivepositive relationships, Quick said. We regulate our
exposure to radiation. Were not always good at regulating our exposure to a toxic person.
00 Stick with it. Dont expect instant results to positive personal
changes. Youve got to simply do it
for four to eight weeks before you
start seeing returns, Quick said.
The big payoff is in terms of performance. People have better energy,
and energy is where performance
comes from. Sonja Carberry

INVESTOR'S BUSINESS DAILY

When communist hard-liners toppled Soviet boss Nikita Khrushchev


in 1964, Alexander Solzhenitsyns
literary career teetered.
Khrushchev had permitted the
publishing of Solzhenitsyns short
novel, One Day in the Life of Ivan
Denisovich, in 1962.
The book used a peasants struggle
to portray Soviet dictator Joseph
Stalins slave-labor camp system.
Such exposure came to a swift end
along with Khrushchevs downfall.
His successor, Leonid Brezhnev,
reversed anti-Stalin policies and
put a chokehold on many writers.
The KGB seized Solzhenitsyns archives in 1965 while raiding the
apartment of his friends. The secret
police made sure to grab Solzhenitsyns unpublished, anti-communist play Feast of the Conquerors.
In 1966, Soviet authorities put two
writers, Yuri Daniel and Andrei Sinyavsky, on trial for smuggling stories to the West. Solzhenitsyn, who
served eight years in Soviet labor
camps from 1945 to 1953, believed
he could be arrested next.
Solzhenitsyn overcame his fear.
He kept working on a new book,
The Gulag Archipelago, that
bared hardships and deaths of political prisoners in Soviet labor camps.
The book undermined the Soviet
dictatorships authority by tracing
the prison systems origins to Lenin.
Published in 1973 in Paris, The
Gulag Archipelago sapped leftist
points in the West that communist
ideologies worked for the good of
common folk. Solzhenitsyn underscored that the Gulag was full of
peasants and workers falsely accused of political crimes and punished for trifling offenses.
Thanks in part to Solzhenitsyn
whodied in August at age 89 President Reagan had ammunition to call

the USSR the evil empire, and


Mikhail Gorbachev was able to produce his glasnost and perestroika reforms in the 1980s.
Solzhenitsyn felt a deep obligation to those that perished in the
camps; he was really committed to
telling the truth, Daniel Mahoney,
a political science professor at Assumption College in Worcester,
Mass., told IBD.
By the late 1960s, the KGB was collecting evidence to discredit
Solzhenitsyn in the West, where
readers devoured his books The
First Circle and Cancer Ward.
Solzhenitsyn went underground
to complete The Gulag Archipelago and avoid KGB harassment.
Solzhenitsyn was under constant
surveillance, yet managed somehow to disappear for months at a
time, Mahoney added. (The KGB)
had no idea where he was while he
wrote The Gulag Archipelago. He
had a whole network of allies unbeknownst to the Soviet authorities.
Former slave camp prisoners
wrote letters to Solzhenitsyn after
the publication of One Day in the
Life of Ivan Denisovich. In researching The Gulag Archipelago, Solzhenitsyn met with camp
survivors on the sly, in the forests of
Estonia and other hideouts.
The recollections of 256 former
prisoners provided rich detail for
The Gulag Archipelago incidents that Soviet authorities
couldnt refute. Then, in a move that
jarred the communists, Solzhenitsyns allies smuggled the book to
the West on microfilm.
Solzhenitsyn always considered
The Gulag Archipelago a time
bomb; he was convinced the Soviet
regime couldnt withstand its publication, Mahoney said.
In 1970, Solzhenitsyn won the
Nobel Prize in literature for One
Day in the Life of Ivan Denisovich.
His popularity in the West afforded

Solzhenitsyn fought for Russia in


WWII, went to prison for belittling
Stalin, then rose to win a Nobel and
write The Gulag Archipelago. AP

him some measure of protection.


And detente, an easing of Cold War
tension, worked in his favor.
The Soviet authorities had to decide: Do they kill Solzhenitsyn, send
him to a psychiatric institution or
what? Mahoney said. But it was
hard for the Soviets to touch him.
In 1974, the Soviets charged
Solzhenitsyn with treason, revoked
his citizenship and put him on a
plane for West Germany. Two years
later, he settled in America.
Solzhenitsynsbravery in facing Soviet authorities and withstanding
near starvation in prison camps had
their roots in early hardships.
Up to the age of 40, I knew nothing but a kind of dignified destitution, he told a French reporter in
1976. From the end of 1918, the year
I was born, until 1941, I didnt know
what a house was. We lived in huts.
Born in Kislovodsk between the
Black and Caspian seas, he never
knew his father, Isaaki, who died in
a hunting accident before his birth.
His mother, Taissia, was the
daughter of a wealthy Ukrainian
farmer. But her family became im-

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seized power in 1917.
Despite his familys treatment,
Solzhenitsyn became an enthusiastic member of communist youth organizations and a devoted MarxistLeninist by the time he attended the
city university in Rostov, Belarus.
In1941, Solzhenitsyn received a degree in mathematics and physics,
graduating with top marks. The
same year, Nazi Germany invaded
the Soviet Union.
Joining the Soviet army, Solzhenitsyn commanded an artillery battery in 1942. He won promotion to
first lieutenant for his leadership
during the Battle of Orel.
Meanwhile, Solzhenitsyn felt the
Soviets had strayed from Marxist
Leninism. In a letter to a friend,
Solzhenitsyn referred to Stalin as
the mustached one and discussed
plans to form a new political party.
The secret police soon seized
Solzhenitsyn, who in the middle of
the war was sentenced to eight
years in prison.
After Soviet officials annulled his
sentence. Solzhenitsyn moved to
Ryazan, southeast of Moscow. He
wrote continually but took care to
cover his tracks.
In 1961, with the political climate
warming under Khrushchev,
Solzhenitsyn gambled. He sent a
copy of One Day in the Life of Ivan
Denisovich to a literary magazine,
Novy Mir. The daring move paid off
when Khrushchev read the manuscript and approved publication.
Solzhenitsyn had a natural instinct for battle tactics, for knowing
when to advance and when to retreat, when to keep up a fuss and
when to keep quiet, Michael Scammell, a Columbia University professor and Solzhenitsyn biographer,
told IBD.
Solzhenitsyn drew on his battles
with jail censors. Said Scammell: It
was one of the keys to his success.

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FRIDAY, OCTOBER 10, 2008

Share of online ticket sales at


top airline sites, Q2 2008

Flying Cash Machines


Southwest Airlines which doesnt sell
tickets on outside Web sites or charge extra
for blankets and checked luggage drew
the biggest share of travelers booking tickets
directly from airlines online in the second
quarter and saw the biggest share gains.
Source: comScore (comscore.com)

INVESTORS.COM

Others
22%

Southwest
33%

travelers in favor of
Q Are
a la carte pricing?

4%

Not sure/undecided
14.2%

Yes
48.5%

US Airways
9%
American
Continental
11%
12%

Change in sales share, Q2 2008 vs. Q2 2007

-2

Delta
13%

No
37.3%

-4
Southwest

JetBlue

US Airways

Continental

AirTran

Delta

American

United

Northwest

INTERNET & TECHNOLOGY


McCain, Obama Wires Cross On Telecom
Areas Of Clear Difference
Obama favors the Internet
firms, McCain the phone
carriers on net neutrality

Q&A

FCC Gets Final Say In


AWS-1 Vs. AWS-3 Bid
M2Z takes on T-Mobile,
AT&T on an issue with
free wireless in balance

BY REINHARDT KRAUSE
INVESTOR'S BUSINESS DAILY

A Barack Obama presidency would


likely be bad news for large phone
companies such as AT&T and Verizon Communications, and a
mixed bag for cable TV firms, analysts say.
Republican John McCain sides
with phone and cable companies on
a key Internet regulatory issue, network neutrality. These broadband
service providers say they should
be able to prioritize Internet traffic
and charge different rates, depending on how much bandwidth, or network capacity, users consume.
Democratic nominee Obama sides
with legislation that would prohibit
broadband providers from favoring
content or Internet applications of
some Web sites over others.
Large phone companies would
be better off under McCain, said
Paul Gallant, an analyst at Stanford
Washington Research Group.
Obama opposes the ability of any
(phone or cable company) to receive money for preferential transport deals on broadband lines. If
McCain wins, carriers would have a
greater ability to test out revenuegenerating streams. Obama would
say every (data) bit has to be treated
the same, with no network discrimination.
Internet firms such as GoogleGOOG
and MicrosoftMSFT have lobbied for
net neutrality rules, but Congress
has been divided on the issue.
AT&TT and cable firm Comcast
CMCSA have stepped up their efforts
to monitor consumer Internet
usage, which has put them under
regulatory scrutiny.
With an Obama win as well as
Democratic gains in the House and
Senate, Google would get a network neutrality rule and policies
would shift away from content distributors in favor of content creators in Hollywood, said Joe Lieber, an analyst with Washington
Analysis.
The Federal Communications
Commission oversees the Internet,
as well as other media and telecom
regulatory issues.

BY BRIAN DEAGON
INVESTOR'S BUSINESS DAILY

Thedifferences betweenpresidential candidatesSens. BarackObama(left) and JohnMcCain,shownatTuesdays


town hall-style debate in Nashville, Tenn., include their stances on some key telecom and technology issues.

If elected, Obama or McCain


would appoint new members to the
FCC. Under the Bush administration, the FCC has three Republicans and two Democrats.
Historically, telecom stocks have
underperformed the general market under a Democratic administration, says a Morgan Stanley report.
With an Obama victory, phone companiesmay faceless-friendly regulation on a few fronts, says the report.
It says an Obama FCC would likely take more consumer-friendly
measures, such as protecting wireless users from high fees when they
terminate contracts early.
Small phone companies that focus
on business customers, called competitive local exchange carriers,
would fare better with a Democratic majority on the FCC, some analysts say.
CLECs would have a better
chance of getting the FCC to lower
rates for special access lines going
to businesses, analysts say. AT&T
and Verizon charge CLECs for
using their broadband lines to provide business services.
An Obama FCC would probably
be more interested in looking at special access, said Blair Levin, an analyst at Stifel, Nicolaus & Co.
Cable TV companies, meanwhile,
wouldnt get a free ride with an
Obama administration, say ana-

lysts. Its unlikely Obama would


favor lifting merger rules that ban
any cable firm from serving more
than 30% of the nations cable customers.
But cable TV firms would likely
cheer changes at the FCC.
FCC ChairmanKevin Martin,a Republican, has been at odds with the
cable industry on many issues, including his plan to let consumers
buy channels a la carte instead of in
packages.
The FCC chairman usually resigns at the end of presidential
terms. Martin isnt bound to do so,
butmight well leave the FCC whether McCain or Obama wins.
I think no matter what, Washington gets a little better for cable starting in January, Gallant said. How
much better depends on whos running the FCC.
Obamasadvisers on tech issues include former FCC Chairman Reed
Hundt, an advocate of open wireless networks and co-founder of
Frontline Wireless, a startup that
sought airwaves in a federal spectrum auction in 2007. Hundt sits on
the board of IntelINTC and several
other tech firms.
Another Obama tech adviser is Julius Genachowski, managing director at Rock Creek Ventures, a Washington-based investment services
firm focused on new media.

McCain and Obama agree on


some tech issues, such as the moratorium on state taxes on Internet
service charges. Both say they
wouldmake the moratoriumpermanent.
One major difference, says a report by the Information Technology and Innovation Foundation, is
that Obama would create a new cabinet-level position of chief technology officer.
The technology czar would work
with federal agencies to ensure
theyre using the best technology
from the private sector. The CTO
would also oversee development of
a long-delayed national wireless
network for emergency responders.
Among those said to be in the running for this post if Obama is elected: Googles Vincent Cerf, MicrosoftsMSFT SteveBallmer and AmazonsAMZN Jeff Bezos.
One reason investors may steer
away from phone companies postelection, analysts say, is that tax
cuts on high-dividend yielding
stocks, such as telecom stocks, are
set to expire in 2010. Even if
McCain is elected president, its unlikely he would have the votes in a
Democratic-controlled Congress to
extend the dividend tax cuts beyond 2010, says the Morgan Stanley
report.

Slowly, Super Micro Gaining Stature In Server Market


Stays Tight With Intel
No threat yet to leaders,
but its approach stresses
low cost and flexibility
BY BRIAN WOMACK
INVESTOR'S BUSINESS DAILY

Super Micro Computer strives to


be all things to all server customers
a market approach that lets it
compete against much larger rivals
such as Hewlett-PackardHPQ, IBMIBM and DellDELL.
In sales, Super MicroSMCI is 1/33
the size of any of those leaders. But
the steadily growing, 15-year-old
company says it lands customers by
offering just about any configuration of server or component. The
formula has given the company a
growing niche in the market.
There is no reason we cannot
compete and win here, said
Charles Liang, Super Micro chief
executive. Well continue to run
faster than before.
For its fiscal fourth quarter ended
June 30, the companys per-share
profit rose 29% from the year-earlier period to 18 cents, topping analysts estimates of 15 cents. Sales
rose34% to $149 million, topping estimates of $145 million, according
to Thomson Reuters. Since it released its latest results on Aug. 6,
the stockhas outperformed the market by falling only 16%, after being
up 30% as of mid-September.
Its been solid, says Alex Kurtz of

Merriman Curhan Ford, one of only


three financial analysts to follow
the company.
IntelINTC gets an assist for Super
Micros gains. Production began
this quarter on a new type of Intel
chip called Nehalem. Analysts say
Super Micro often enjoys a boost in
sales when Intel releases new
chips.
How? Super Micro often can release servers or motherboards with
the new chips before its larger rivals. It can beat others by a few
months, Kurtz says.
This has become a core competency for the company, he said.
Liang says his companys relationship with Intel is an advantage, and
this time (is) no exception.
The company isnt about to unseat
any of the big players. It doesnt
make the list of top server companiesin the rankings by market tracker IDC. Still, IDC analyst Jed Scaramella calls the company an up and
comer.
Tim Clark, an analyst with the
FactPoint Group, puts Super Micro
among the smaller, lesser-known
players such as MicronPC and
Rackable SystemsRACK. He says
one of the companys biggest rivals
is Tyan, a Taiwanese server maker.
He doesnt see the company going
up against HP, IBM and Dell at
least not yet.
I dont think theyre big enough
to have anyone pay attention to
them, Clark said.
Server systems made up 39% of
Super Micros sales last quarter, up

CEO Liang: Super Micro finds


more chances in a bad economy.

from 35% the previous quarter. The


rest of its sales are for motherboards and components that go into
servers made by others.
The San Jose, Calif.-based company has been transitioning, slowly,
into selling complete servers,
where profit margins are higher.
The company uses its engineering
expertise to be able to offer server
systems tailored to work with most
any software application. It can provide specific customers with certain tweaks to, say, storage, computing power and network links.
Liang says Super Micro uses its
flexibility to be able to offer customers just exactly what they need at
the time, and ramp up later, saving
customers money.
He credits the companys heavy
engineering background for this
flexibility. When the economy becomes more challenged, indeed, we

find more chances for ourselves,


Liang said.
Customers include companies in
the networking, storage and medical fields that have some specialized server needs. Super Micros
customers include laboratories,
which often need servers that are
able to tackle complex computing
tasks.
Analyst Kurtz says he believes
GoogleGOOG and business software
provider Citrix SystemsCTXS are
among Super Micros customers.
Super Micro has been beefing up
its product lines to expand its market reach. Last year it launched its
firstblade server the fastest-growing part of the server market.
Blades are thin servers that can be
easily added to racks of servers, as
customers need to add computing
power.
Kurtz expects Super Micro Computers blade products to reach 10%
to 15% of total sales this fiscal year.
The company also recently released a more energy-efficient server, a focus for Super Micro.
A recent review by CRNtech,
which tests electronic gear, said
Super Micro Computers blade was
more energy efficient than the
other two it tested, made by Dell
and IBM. HP declined to participate in the review, CRNtech said.
Super Micro needs such attention,
with so few analysts covering the
company. If they get above $1 billion in annual sales, then I think it
would raise the eyebrows of Dell,
HP and IBM, Kurtz said.

John Muleta of M2Z Networks


wants to bring free wireless Internet access to the masses even if
wireless carriers say hes getting a
little too close for comfort.
The Federal Communications
Commission has proposed auctioning off a slice of unused spectrum
knownas AWS-3, or advanced wireless services 3, with the requirement that 25% of it be used for free
wireless data services.
The telecom industry opposes the
plan, saying opening up the airspace would interfere with a nearby swath of spectrum called AWS-1,
primarily used by T-Mobile for cell
phone services, and also by AT&TT .
M2Z, based in Menlo Park, Calif.,
and funded by venture capital kingpins Kleiner Perkins Caufield &
Byers, Charles River Ventures and
Redpoint Ventures, plans to bid for
the spectrum. It wants to offer free
and fee-based wireless services.
Multiple tests have tried to determine whether AWS-3 would interfere with AWS-1. M2Z says the
tests show no interference issues.
A fifth test conducted last month
at the request of T-Mobile and
AT&TT confirmed the earlier results, says Muleta, who spoke with
IBD about his business plans.
IBD: What was the reasoning behind this latest test?
Muleta: Engineers at the FCC in
June had done an analysis and developed the technical rules for deploying broadband in the AWS-3.
What happened is folks like
T-Mobile, AT&T and others, for
competitive reasons, had challenged the FCCs analysis and
asked for additional testing.
We opposed it. The delay tactics
are really reducing the benefits of
the American people receiving
broadband services.
Weve had five tests that documented the interference issues and
addressed it. The latest test results
reveal that this spectrum can be deployed for broadband without interference on AWS-1.
IBD: What happens next?
Muleta: Thats up to the FCC.
Weve dealt with this interference
issue over the last 90 days.
T-Mobile and AT&T sought the
test, and it proved they are wrong.
Theyve always been wrong, and
their analysis is predicated on stopping competition.
These carriers, the incumbents, always bring up issues of technical interference when theyre not getting traction on how to keep out
competitors. Weve been out there
from a Silicon Valley perspective
pushing for the FCC to put the
spectrum out in the marketplace.
IBD: And you expect them to put
the spectrum up for auction in a
manner that will allow you to follow
your business plan?
Muleta: The FCC has discretion to
auction this. Its our understanding
that is the way theyll go. We believe the commissioners will do
whats good for the country and
whats good for public interests.
These commissioners are smart,
dedicated people and will look at it
and say: How do we shake up the
paradigm? How do we get away
from the fat-cat lobbyists that have
been blocking competition from
coming?
Weve been fighting for this for
2 1/2 years, and hopefully the commissioners now have every piece
of analysis they need.
IBD: Would the cellular carriers,
with their deep pockets, be able to
bid on this spectrum as well?
Muleta: Thats a policy decision
the FCC still has to make. What I
think the commission has done in
the last year has been to make sure
that spectrum is not warehoused
by guys with deep pockets and

with no interest in using it.


The auction of the 700-megahertz spectrum had very strict requirements about the buildout.
They also had, in one of the bands,
the open-access requirements.
I think the same (kind of requirement) is working here. The commission could decide that new entrants are needed in this space and
designate this for new entrants.
IBD: Whats the timing of your rollout plan?
Muleta: The commission is saying
that if AWS-3 is auctioned, 50% of
the population has to get access
within four years and 95% within
10 years. This is a massive undertaking that the commission wants
to see happen. This spectrum has
been lying fallow for 16 years, and
now I think the commission is very
intent on making it productive as
quickly as possible.
IBD: And your service would be
fixed Internet access, not mobile?
Muleta: We call it a portable service. Over 50% of todays computing devices are laptops, and we believe the growth in the market will
be laptoplike devices, where people want to access the Internet
wherever theyre at.

John Muleta
M2Z Networks
CEO
43 years old
B.S., systems
engineering,
MBA, J.D.,
University of
Virginia
Of note: Muleta is the former
chief of the Federal Communications Commissions Wireless
Telecommunications Bureau
We think the growth will be in pedestrian-speed portable devices
that are computing devices connected to the Internet constantly.
This notion of pervasive computing is what we are advocates for.
The AppleAAPL iPhone and things
like that are really precursors of
the kind of vision we and our investors have had about what the future will look like. You have a computing device in your hand that
will be a small form factor connected to Internet with high speeds.
IBD: A portion of the spectrum
would be free to use. What will you
do with the rest to make a profit?
Muleta: Having a pervasive computing capability opens up a new
revenue stream that looks like (adsupported) free over-the-air TV.
The other thing is, our plan
would complement rural phone
companies and Internet service
providers, who maybe have
thought of getting into the wireless
business but found it very difficult.
We would offer wholesale services. We would partner with people
that already have subscriber relationships, giving greater choices to
consumers and working with partners who have been left out by incumbents from participating in the
growth of broadband.
The next thing would be a person
that wants to use this for their business or who just wants a very highspeed service. Wed offer them a
premium service that would be
five times faster than the free service and would still be priced attractive relative to what the incumbent phone companies charge.
IBD: And all this will disrupt the
business model of the cellular incumbents?
Muleta: Absolutely. And the governments challenge is not to favor
our business plan or their plan.
The FCC chairman calls this lifeline broadband. Having basic service that works like free over-theair TV makes a lot of sense. And its
an auction, so you dont know who
will show up (to bid on it).
What I can tell you is, were interested and well be there.

INVESTOR'S BUSINESS DAILY

FRIDAY, OCTOBER 10, 2008

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THE NEW AMERICA


L U M B E R L I Q U I D A T O R S I N C . Toano, Virginia

Hardwood Flooring Retailer Nails Down Profits In A Tough Market


Lumber Liquidators

BY AMY REEVES

lumberliquidators.com

INVESTOR'S BUSINESS DAILY

Floor Space For Flooring

The home mortgage business is in


crisis. Residential building is down.
Hardwood flooring sales fell 5% last
year, and retail is in the tank.
A perfect time for a hardwood
flooring retailer to go public,
wouldnt you say?
Lumber LiquidatorsLL did get off
to a rocky start when it came out in
November. The stock priced below
its range and lost nearly half its
value by January.
But eventually investors noticed
the companys numbers. Since the
IPO, Lumber Liquidators has posted three quarters of triple-digit profit growth, with sales rising upward
of 20%. The stock eventually rose
200% from its low.
Ithinkitsacaseofayoungup-andcoming company thats still in the
sweet spot in terms of its growth
cycle, said KeyBanc analyst Bradley
Thomas. So its able to grow
through a difficult environment.

Lumber Liquidators store


count has more than doubled
in the last 3 1/2 years
150
120

Number of stores

90
60
30
0
1/1/05 1/1/06 1/1/07 1/1/08 6/30/08
Source: ompany reports

Company History
Lumber Liquidators was founded
in 1994 by Massachusetts entrepreneur Tom Sullivan as a venue for discount building products. In 1996, it
shifted its focus to flooring when
Sullivan started buying directly
from mills and selling at ultralow
prices.
It was a niche market, but a highly
successful one. In 2006, it got a new,

professional management team,


though Sullivan remains chairman
of the board.At the same time, itdoubled the staff of its regional management and retrained the sales force
to boost customer service. By the
second quarter of this year, the com-

pany had 135 stores in more than 40


states and was branching out into
other channels such as catalog and
Internet sales.
Lumber Liquidators business
model is simple: Offer 150 varieties
of hardwood flooring, no services

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China Has The Worlds Largest Rainy-Day Fund


CHINA FROM A1

rate by 27 basis points to 6.93%.


I think theyre ready to stimulate
theeconomy, said Keidel. There is
a major fiscal package coming some
time this winter. They can get credit
where they want it to go. There are
arm-twisting mechanisms through
the (Communist) party and the government owns the banks.
Chinas economy has been slowing each quarter since mid-2007.
Manufacturing is cooling. Industrial production rose 12.8% in August
vs. a year earlier, a 17-month low.
Chinas exports grew by 22.5% in
the first eight months of 2008 compared to 27.7% in the same period a
year earlier, says Todd Lee, an analyst at Global Insight.
The sharp slowdown in Chinas
real estate market, meanwhile, has
cut demand for steel and other construction materials.

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and no frills, but with the lowest


prices around. It keeps costs down
partly by picking out-of-the-way locations that customers are nonetheless willing to drive to for savings.
With the average sale per customer at almost $1,800, obviously 5%
to 10% savings is pretty material for
the customer, Thomas said.
To a great extent, this is a tradedown story, says analyst John
Baugh of Stifel Nicolaus. In hard
times, shoppers are always looking
for bargains.
It offers the best value for people
in hardwood flooring, he said.
The typical wood flooring retailer
is not putting up those numbers.
Indeed, analysts are projecting
that overall hardwood flooring sales
will slide 10% this year after already
falling for two years in a row. Baugh
points out that Lumber Liquidators
hasnt gone unscathed: Same-store
sales are down slightly this year.

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Symbol/
Exchange

LL
Near 10
$450 mil
29%

Chief Executive Jeff Griffiths


wrote in an e-mail that the company
has been tightening up its operations in response to the downturn.
We also have a small store base
andlowmarketshareinahighlyfragmented market, which allows us to
open new stores and grow the businessdespite achallengingmacroeconomic environment, he wrote.
Because of the low cost structure,
the firm can keep opening stores
without a huge capital investment.
According to Thomas, new stores
have positive cash flow within three
months and pay back their costs by
seven months. The company
opened 10 stores in the second quarter and expects to keep up that pace.
Analysts say there is a danger of
new stores cannibalizing old ones.
LocationwasneverLumberLiquidatorssellingpoint,soexistingcustomers already come from a large area.
Typically, if a retailer opens new
stores 20 or 30 miles away, its not
going to impact business at the existing store, said Baugh. But theyre
drawing some relatively long commuter traffic. Theres an issue with
that.
In his e-mail, Griffiths admitted
that there would be some cannibalization but added that our total returns in a specific market are greater as we open more stores.
So far, that has paid off. Secondquarter profit rose 144% from the
year before to 22 cents a share,
helped partly by the repeal of a bam-

boo tariff. Sales gained 21% to $128


million.
Bamboo has been an especially
strong growth market for the company, and Griffiths says this plays
into its strategy to bring in highermargin products.
Our expanded mix includes higher-margin products in categories
such as handscraped, laminates and
bamboo, he said. Weve also expanded the range of higher-end
products in each of those categories
and have focused more on increasing add-on sales of moldings and accessories.

Sour Market
Even a young upstart will face
head winds in a market like this. Analysts polled by Thomson Reuters
expect profit growth to slow somewhat over the next few years.
For this year, they see earnings rising 60% to 77 cents per share, easing
to 22% growth in 2009. Analysts are
being conservative in a housing
downturn that is one of the worst
on record, according to Baugh.
Baugh also says Lumber Liquidators may eventually have to branch
out from hardwood if it wants to
keep growing. Fashions in flooring
come and go, he says, much like
other fashions.
One of the risks is that these products can gain or lose appeal over
time, he said. There are longerrange secular style shifts. Its hard
to predict those.

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Company

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Beijing in late 2007 purposely


cooled Chinas housing and commercial markets without causing a
U.S.-style meltdown, says Andy
Rothman, an analyst at CLSA AsiaPacific. He says Beijing plans to
relax measures that have hurt property prices, especially in coastal cities.
Retail sales have been a bright
spot.
Chinas retail sales grew 23.2% in
August, slightly below a 12-year
high of 23.3% in July.
Strong domestic demand is pulling
in goods from the U.S. and the rest
of the world. Chinese imports remain relatively low, but their yearly
gains have outpaced exports for
most of the past year.
Lower inflation will help Chinas
economy and boost retail sales, says
Shaun Rein, managing director of
China Market Research Group.
Inflation is coming under con-

trol, which gives the government


more leeway (to expand credit), he
said in an e-mail. Food prices for
staples like pork and cooking oil are
dropping, oil prices are dropping, so
Chinese consumers are shopping.
Some data, though, suggest consumer spending on luxury items, including cars, has slowed.
China holds $1.8 trillion in foreign
exchange reserves.
Its sovereign wealth fund has the
liquidity to support state-owned
banks and invest overseas, says Jing
Ulrich, a Hong Kong-based analyst
at JPMorgan.
Ulrich says Chinas government
will boost spending on infrastructure and rural construction. She expects measures to stabilize the property market.
External perceptions of Chinas
near-term growth prospects are
overly pessimistic, she wrote in an
e-mail.

CRUNCH FROM A1

patience, saying Wednesday the


turmoil will not end quickly and significant challenges remain ahead.
Meanwhile, President Bush
planned on Friday to meet finance
ministers and central bankers from
Group of Seven nations ahead of
their weekend talks. The IMF and
World Bank also hold meetings this
weekend in Washington.
A G-7 meeting of leaders is in the
works, but no date has been set.
U.K. Prime Minister Gordon
Brown has called on authorities to
guarantee lending in the interbank
market, which has frozen up amid
concerns loans wouldnt be repaid.
Despite Wednesdays global rate
cuts, the 3-month dollar Libor rate
on interbank loans jumped overnight to 4.75%, the highest this
year. The TED spread, a measure of
credit stress, rose to a new record.
With banks hoarding cash, needy

U.S. institutions continued to turn


to the Fed. Discount window borrowing rose to a new high of $430.9
billioninthe weekendedOct.8from
$409.5 billionin the prior week.
Commercial paper data offered
hope and despair. The amount of
short-term corporate debt sank by
another $56.4 billion in the week
ended Wednesday, the Fed said.
But thats less than the prior weeks
record $94.9 billion dive.
The Feds Tuesday announcement that it will buy some paper to
prevent a business credit shutdown
may have helped limit losses.
Analysts said government steps to
stem the credit crisis will eventually bear fruit, but not in time to avert
a sharp economic slowdown.
None of what has happened over
the last couple of weeks allows us to
wave the magic wand and transform the current recession into a resumption of economic growth,
said Philip Orlando, chief equity

strategist at Federated Investors.


Tight credit is adding to companies push to scale back.
Initial claims for jobless benefits
fell by 20,000 in the week ended
Oct. 9 to 478,000, the Labor Department said Thursday, but only because of fewer hurricane-related filings. The four-week average rose to
the highest level since October
2001, during the last recession.
Its not looking pretty in the job
market and that is evidence that the
credit market problems that weve
seen are hitting main street a lot
harder, said Scott Brown, chief
economist at Raymond James.
The S&P retail index fell 7.9% to a
fresh five-year low. Apparel retailers reportedfraying salesin September, following gloomy reports from
department stores on Wednesday.
Excluding Wal-Mart, total samestore sales fell 0.1% from last year as
consumers shunned spending on
discretionary items.

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Friedman Billings Ramsey Group


(Mortgage asset investing)

250

40

200
150
05

06

07

General Growth Properties


(Mall development)

Simon Property Group


(Shopping centers)

Vornado Realty Trust


(Ofce, retail ownership)

Crystal River Capital


(Specialty nancing)

Public Storage
(Self-storage)

50

08

Share prices

150

100

20

Oct. 1-9:
-28%

Largest REITs

Worst performers, in October

300

350

Economic and credit woes are weighing on REIT


prices. Mall owner General Growth Properties
has plunged 86% in a month, on worries over
loans coming due. The three largest REITs have
each fallen at least 24% this month.

05

06

07

08

05

06

07

08

INSIDE REAL ESTATE


A Wild Time To Buy A Home, But Some Are Answering The Call
Investors Go Bargain-Hunting
Loans are hard to get and
world finance is in havoc,
but low prices tempt many
BY BRAD KELLY
INVESTOR'S BUSINESS DAILY

Housing could be in for more bruising despite rescue efforts, as bank


balancesheets teeter, andif worldfinancial and economic fears are realized. The risks include further falls
in home prices and the prospect of
more Americans facing foreclosure.
The wait isnt helping. It will take
several weeks for the government
to start purchasing troubled assets.
However, optimists have started
to stake a claim by buying homes
particularly in hard-hit hot spots
throughout California, Nevada, Arizona and Florida, also Rhode Island
and Washington, D.C. And mortgage applications have surged on
rate dips, amid much fluctuation.

What were seeing is the momentum of people taking advantage of


low home prices, said Lawrence
Yun, chief economist for the National Association of Realtors.
The number of home-purchase
contracts signed in August, before
the tumult hit Wall Street, rose
7.4% from July. That was driven by
the unloading of deeply discounted,
foreclosed homes in the West. The
boost brought the pending home
sales index to its highest point since
June 2007, NAR data show.

Fall Forecast
The median existing-home price
is seen sliding into early 09,
then possibly rising
$230 In thousands
220
210
200
190
Q3 Q4 Q1 Q2 Q3e Q4e Q1e Q2e Q3e Q4e
07
08
09
Source: National Association of Realtors

What About September?


Investors buying foreclosed land
was likely the key driver, said Gibran Nicholas, chief executive of the
CMPS Institute, which certifies
mortgage bankers and brokers. A
sale is a sale and it trims inventory
off the market. The real test is to see
what happens in coming months,
but these numbers are welcomed.
September pendinghome sales figures are due out Nov. 7.
Economists will learn how many

of Augusts pending sales went


through, or fell through, when existing-home sales are reported Oct 24.
Its unclear how much contract
activity may be impacted by credit
disruptions, but were hopeful most
of the increase will translate into
closed existing sales, Yun said.
Banks are hesitant to lend as they
and other financial firms work
through myriad issues, with federal
help. The White House said Thurs-

day that the Treasury Department


is considering taking equity stakes
in banks that request it, to shore up
their capital and ease tensions.
Getting it right is as important as
getting it done quickly, Treasury
Secretary Henry Paulson said of rescue efforts in a briefing Wednesday.
The government is going to take
sometime to putthis processtogether and in the meantime banks wont
be lending money and thats not a
good thing, said Bill Cobb, president of Granite Loan Management,
which manages construction-lending portfolios for financial firms.
If banks dont lend money a recovery could take some time, he says,
but otherwise the housing market
might be close to a bottom.
Mortgage markets are not as bad
as money markets now, says Carol
Clawson, an agent with Keller Williams Realty in Palm Beach Gardens,
Fla. Mortgages can still be had but
home buyers must meettougher criteria to get them, she says.
Mortgage applications rose 2.2%

in the week ended Oct. 3, the Mortgage Bankers Association says.


Lower interest rates lifted homepurchase loan applications.
Many economists see fostering a
stable housing market as key to curing the financial crisis, and say the
governments acquisition of mortgage entities Fannie MaeFNM and
Freddie MacFRE will help.
The average interest rate for a
30-year fixed mortgage dropped in
September after the takeover news,
then resurged on economic uncertainty. It fell to 5.94% for the week
ended Thursday, Freddie Mac says.

Scene Changing
Rates on long-term mortgages
tend to move with the 10-year Treasury note yield, which can change
with risk appetite and the economic
outlook. The yield fell the first few
days of October and has risen since.
Jumbo mortgages go for much
higher rates than usual. They are
tough to get, Nicholassays, especially those above the level Fannie and

Freddie can buy, about $730,000.


It will take a reduction in inventory and more affordability for a real
housing recovery to start, he says.
Governmentinvolvementwasunavoidable, Nicholas said. It will
help to unclog the financial system
so thatlending can resume, which in
turn will help the housing market.
The recently passed rescue package encourages loan workouts.
Affordability is getting there,
Nicholas says. Mounting foreclosures, a record 2.75% of all mortgages in the second quarter, and inventory, keep curbing home values.
The supply of existing homes for
sale at the end of August was 10.4
months, down from 10.9 in July.
Five to six months supply reflects a
stable market. Home prices in 20
metropolitan areas fell 16.4% in
July from a year earlier, the S&P/
Case-Shiller index shows. But the
pace of monthly declines is slowing.
I think that things will stabilize,
Nicholas said. There is a sign of at
least some bottoming out there.

INVESTOR'S BUSINESS DAILY

LONG VIEW

Stock Fund Assets Dip This Year


As of Aug. 31 this year, stock fund assets fell to $5.6
trillion. Thats down from 2007s record level of
$6.5 trillion. Total assets also dipped during the
2000-02 bear market. Bond fund assets often move
in the opposite direction of stocks. Fixed-income
assets have risen steadily since 2001.
Source: Investment Company Institute

FRIDAY, OCTOBER 10, 2008

Stock fund assets


$8

A7

Bond fund assets


*through Aug. 31

In trillions

*through Aug. 31

In trillions

$4
3
2

0
90 91 92 93 94 95 96 97 98 99 00 01 02 03 04 05 06 07 08*

90 91 92 93 94 95 96 97 98 99 00 01 02 03 04 05 06 07 08*

MUTUAL FUNDS & ETFs


Growth Funds Leading The Market

EXCHANGE TRADED FUNDS

These funds are among the top 25% in 2- year performance

Technical Analyst Books 1,580% Gain


Profile: John Lansing
Trader profited from
commodities bubble by
shorting fallen leaders
BY TRANG HO
INVESTOR'S BUSINESS DAILY

As most investors writhe in pain


from the market meltdown, John
Lansing says hes celebrating the
best year hes ever had. He says his
portfolio has rocketed 1,580%, with
a combination of stocks, ETFs, currencies and options.
Lansing, who uses technical analysis to trade, provides analysis to
Wall Streets bigwigs at UBSUBS,
Bankof AmericaBAC, Morgan StanleyMS and Merrill LynchMER, and
his advisory firm Trending123.com.
In the second week of July, he says
he foresaw a bubble popping in commoditiesthat would make thehousing bubble look like a day at the
beach.
He projected oil would drop to
$90 a barrel by Sept. 30. It fell below
$87 Thursday. He now sees it falling
to $65 by Christmas.
Lansing also alerted subscribers at
that point to go short anything commodity-related, except for gold. He
said hedge funds were over-leveraged 30-to-1 in the past years hottest sector. Prices would fall fast and
furious as they had to unwind their
trades to meet margin calls.
Gold, a traditional storehouse of
value in times of crisis, is a different
story. He projects the yellow metal,

Mutual Fund Performance

36 Mos
Performance
Rating Fund

4 Wk Net
36 Mos
% Asset NAV Performance
Chg Value Chg Rating Fund

Crude Wedge
The base of the wedge in crude oil
started at the $65-a-barrel level. It
rose to a peak of $147, forming the
length of the wedge. He expects oil
to fall back to where it started from,
erasing all of its gains for the year.
Lansing admits at the beginning of
the year, he believed large-cap tech
stocks such as AppleAAPL, Research
In MotionRIMM and GoogleGOOG
would be immune to the commodity-led market sell-off this year.
But they too fell prey. He realized
they were going down with the ship
in August. He later shorted Apple at
160, RIM at 100 and Google at 400.
With the exception of a bad call on
Western RefiningWNR, Lansing says
hes had 49 winners out of 50 trades
this year.

4 Wk Net
36 Mos
% Asset NAV Performance
Chg Value Chg Rating Fund

A OptimumMidN 31 17.59n 1.17 E Lg Core


25 7.48 .58
36 Mos
4 Wk Net
36 Mos
4 Wk Net
36 Mos
4 Wk Net
36 Mos
4 Wk Net
27 10.52 .94
A TAMROSmlN 27 12.89n .92 E Lg Value
Performance
% Asset NAV Performance
% Asset NAV Performance
% Asset NAV Performance
% Asset NAV
BlackRock I
Rating Fund
Chg Value Chg Rating Fund
Chg Value Chg Rating Fund
Chg Value Chg Rating Fund
Chg Value Chg
$ 1.7 bil 8004417762
Baird Funds
D Sml Cap Val 31 11.86n 1.15 B+ CapIncBldr 18 42.35n 1.89
Alger Instl
E Lg Value
27 11.45 1.02
For Thursday, October 9, 2008
$ 1.8 bil 8007922473
$ 3.1 bil 8009923863
A TreasInfPrC 5 9.85n .03 A CpWrldG&I 24 26.65n 1.59
BlackRock Instl
A EuroPac Gr 23 29.73n 1.41 B AggregteBd 5 9.71n .07
A+ Cap Appr
27 12.70n .63
Am Beacon Pln
$ 29.3 bil 8004417762
C+ Fundmntl
26 25.87n 1.55
Baron Funds
$ 7.2 bil 8003883344
A+ AllGlobRes m 36 11.07 .99
A+ AcadEmMkt 32 14.22n .74 E Mid Cap Gr 34 8.55n .59
$
16.0
bil
8009922766
C Small Grow 31 15.91n 1.10 C Intl Equity 24 13.31n .50 D Gr Fd Amer 25 20.75n 1.17
C+ Bal Cap
21 18.55 .92
AdvisorOne Funds
27 40.47n 3.15 D Basic Value 29 17.84 1.35
15 9.14n .13 B Asset
E Large Cap Val 29 13.32n 1.11 D Hi Inc Tr
Allegiant I
$ 936 mil 8668110225
28 32.04n 2.32 A Equity Div 23 13.40 .94
$ 3.9 bil 8006223863
D Sml Cap Val 31 11.57n 1.12 C Inc Fd Am
18 13.32n .64 C Growth
E Amerigo N 29 8.97n .61
31 13.29n 1.10 C FndmtL Gr 26 15.10 .92
A Intrmd Bond 4 10.24n .06
D Inv Co Am
23 21.16n 1.32 A Partners
Amana Funds
AIG Retirement I
D
Small
Cap
28
14.26
n
.97
D
Mutual
22
19.30
n
1.12
$
1.3
bil
8007288762
Alliance
Brnstn
A
A+ Glob Alloc
14 15.16 .48
$ 15.7 bil 8005721980
23 20.83n 1.09
$ 22.7 bil 8002215672
A Growth
21 16.47n .72 B+ New Pers
BB & T Funds
A+ Glob Growth 27 10.85 .60
ForeignVal 25 7.65 .41
$ 1.8 bil 8002281872
18 23.24n 1.16 A+ New World 26 33.29n 1.14
A Glob Sm Cp 24 15.08 .76
Growth
26 7.20 .47 D Bal Wealth 21 9.21 .48 A+ Income
D+ SmCpWrld 27 21.45n 1.01 A TotRetBdIns 5 9.76n .08 A+ GNMA
21 11.15 .76
Amer Cent A
1 9.71n .06
IntlGrowI
24 7.83 .38 E Balanced
$
5.7
bil
8003452021
1.62
D+
Wash
Mut
25
21.74
n
1.71
E
Global
Tech
27
44.21
BBH
Funds
A
IntGovtBd
1 10.32n .06
MidIndex
30 14.92 1.17
$ 1.1 bil 8006255759
21 5.66n .43
8 7.11 .07 B+ Equity Inc
American Funds A
A+ Intl Opport 26 23.38n 1.16
Sci&Tech
27 8.75 .27 A GloblBond
$
699
bil
8004214120
n .59 D Intl Val
E
Gr
&
Inc
30
2.36
.23
A
FundmtlEq
26
9.30
.78
B+
Intl
Eq
N
21
10.54
26
16.07 1.04
SmallIdx
31 10.58 1.01
24 12.58 .72
Bernstein Funds
26 24.89 1.44 A+ Heritage
.. no quote D AMCAP
E Lrg Core
25 8.18 .63
StckIdx
27 22.63 1.87 E Growth
$ 27.8 bil 2127564097
B HiIncome b 17 6.52 .12 A+ RealEstate 33 14.49n 1.66 C+ Balanced
18 13.95 .67
D Natl Muni
7 9.24 .11
AIG Retirement II
D Intl Growth 29 10.55 .62 B StrAlloMod 17 4.96n .21 D Bd Fd Am
8 11.18 .10 B CA Muni
3 13.87n .04 D S&P500Idx 27 11.31n .94
$ 4.2 bil 8005721980
E Intl Val
31 10.97 .65
A CapIncBldr 17 42.35 1.89 B Diversifd Muni 3 13.73n .03 A+ SmGrEq
Amer Cent Adv
29 15.52n .94
IntlSmEq
23 10.08 .32
A CapWld G&I 23 26.78 1.60 A Emerg Mkts 32 18.95n .83 D TotalRet m 7 9.97 .10
$ 2.0 bil 8003452021
E Lrg Cp Grow 24 14.61 .87
MidVal
30 10.30 .87
28 12.93n .83 C TotalRetII
6 10.52n .05 B+ CapWrldBd 4 18.30 .21 E Intl
C Muni CA
7 9.92 .06 A Infltn Adj
6 8.49n .08
SocRespbl 28 8.00 .58
A EuroPac Gr 23 30.29 1.44 B Intrmd Dur 7 11.92n .15 A+ US Opportun 29 24.22n 1.98
E Wealth Appr 28 9.19 .71
Amer Cent Instl
AIM Funds A
B+ Fundmntl
26 25.94 1.56 B NY Muni
4 13.50n .03
$ 7.7 bil 8003452021
Alliance Brnstn Adv
Blackrock R
$ 30.2 bil 8009594246
28 12.93n .79
A Equity Income 21 5.66n .44 D+ Gr Fd Amer 25 21.60 1.21 E Tx Mg Intl
$ 5.8 bil 8002215672
$ 1.5 bil 8004417762
A+ AsiaPacGr m 25 14.82 .57
0 13.78 .14 D High Inc Muni 8 13.13 .13
E Intl Val
31 11.17n .66 A Intl Bond
Berwyn Funds
A Glob Alloc
14 14.65n .47
E Basic Value b 37 15.77 1.45
$ 408 mil 8009926757
E LrgCoVal
27 4.33n .40 C High Income 15 9.14 .13
Alliance Brnstn B
BNY Mellon
E Cap Dvlp b 31 10.23 .75
$ 3.8 bil 8002215672
A+ Real Estate 33 14.49n 1.66 C+ IncFd Amer 18 13.41 .64 A Income
10 10.67n .25
$ 12.3 bil 2124951784
A Charter b
23 11.88 .76 D Bal Wealth 21 9.16n .48
B Interm Bond 2 12.76 .06
Amer Cent Inv
Blackrock A
A Bond M
3 12.10 .08
E Constlatn b 26 17.07 1.10
$ 52.6 bil 8003452021
$ 36.3 bil 8004417762
D Inv Co Am
23 21.26 1.32
Alliance Brnstn C
A+ Emg Mkts M 29 10.90n .57
A+ Develp Mkts m28 17.31 .62
$ 5.6 bil 8002215672
5 14.48 .06 A+ AllGlobRes m 36 10.93 .99 A Int Bond M 3 12.03n .07
B+ 1ChoiceMod 18 9.27n .51 C+ Ltd Tax Ex
A+ Energy b
36 24.52 2.53 D Bal Wealth 21 9.17n .48 C+ CA TxFreeBd 5 10.47n .06 C Mutual
30 13.62 1.20 E Intl M
22 19.43 1.13 E Aurora b
23 8.84n .50
A Euro Grwth m 24 23.95 1.01 E Intl Val
25 16.25 .86 C BalCaptial 21 18.48 .92 D Lrg Stk M
31 10.73n .63 A Divers Bd
3 9.99n .07 D+ New Econ
28 6.09n .48
C GlbHlthCare b 23 20.96 1.34
A+ Emerg Mkts 31 4.70n .20 A New Pers
23 21.33 1.11 D BasicVal
29 17.73 1.34 C Mid Stk M
Alliance Brnstn I
28 7.51n .56
B GlbSmMidGr m27 13.14 .66
D EquityGrow 27 15.56n 1.29 A+ New World 26 34.11 1.17 A Equity Div 23 13.38 .93 C+ NatlIntMunM 6 12.14n .07
$ 5.0 bil 8002215672
A Intl Growth 22 19.29 .78 D GlbRlEstII
21 5.66n .43
ShrtTermBd 1 9.80 .02 D+ Fndmtl Gr
26 14.66 .89 C+ PAIntMunM 5 11.74n .07
30 6.67n .64 B+ EquityInc
D Lrg Cap Gr b 25 8.11 .48 E Intl Value
14 15.09 .48 D Sml Stk M
31 11.01 .65 A+ Giftrust
30 18.16n 1.06 C+ Sm Cp Wrld 27 22.48 1.05 A+ Glob Alloc
26 8.26n .62
A Mid Core Eq b 24 17.56 1.12 C+ Intmd Dur
8 14.49 .19 A+ Glob Growth 27 10.70 .58
7 13.55n .16 A Ginnie Mae 2 10.21n .08 D Tax Ex CA
Brandes
A+ Real Estate b 29 16.13 1.69
A+ Glbl Gold Eq + 5 14.44n .69 C Tax ExBdAm 7 11.20 .09 A Glob Res b 41 30.22 2.79
Allianz A
$ 832 mil 8002377119
A Sml Cap Eq b 28 7.95 .64
A GlblGrwth 27 6.24n .33 A US Gov Sec 1 13.52 .09 A Glob SmCp 24 14.86 .75 B InstIntlEq
$ 8.5 bil 8004260107
24 13.93n 1.02
B Sml Cap Gr b 29 18.38 1.38 B+ NFJ Div Val 30 10.07 1.01 D+ Govt Bond
1 10.83n .06 C Wash Mutl 25 21.87 1.73 C+ Govt Inc
2 10.15 .09
Brandywine Fds
A USGovt
1 8.63 .05 A+ NFJ IntlVal 32 14.47 1.07 B Growth
A+ HealthSciOp b 17 24.35 1.36
26 16.90n 1.16
Aquila Funds
$ 8.5 bil 8006563017
AIM Funds B
D NFJSmlCpVal 27 21.09 1.59 A+ Heritage
.. no quote
$ 1.9 bil 8002284227
C HiYld Bd
15 6.01 .10 E Blue
27 19.62n .81
$ 4.4 bil 8009594246
A OCC Growth 28 18.89 1.28 E Income & Gr 26 18.15n 1.54 B HI Tax Free A 4 10.73 .04 A IntGovtBd
1 10.34 .06 D Brandywine 27 21.40n 1.21
E Basic Value m 37 14.23n 1.31
A Infltn Adj
6 10.54n .05
A+ Intl Opport 26 22.35 1.10
Allianz Admin
Ariel Mutual Fds
Bridgeway Funds
A Charter m
23 11.36n .73
A+ Latin Amer r 41 29.36 1.31
$ 1.4 bil 8004260107
A Intl Bond
0 13.78n .14
$ 3.7 bil 8002927435
$ 2.8 bil 8006613550
A Mid Core Eq m 24 14.48 .93 D NFJSmlVal 27 21.09n 1.59 A Intl Disc
25 8.01 .62 E Aggr Inv 2
28 7.06n .26 E Appreciation 30 27.74n 2.18 E Lg Core
36 10.39n .62
AIM Funds C
30 27.46n 2.26 E Lg Value
B+ IntlGrowth 25 7.72n .38 E Ariel
27 11.21 1.00 A+ Brown SmCo 26 25.22n 1.65
Allianz C
$ 3.3 bil 8009594246
E LrgCoVal
27 4.33n .40
$ 3.6 bil 8004260107
Artisan Funds
A+ Natural Res 35 38.64 3.49
Buffalo Funds
A Charter m
23 11.39n .73 B NFJ Div Val 30 10.04n 1.01 A Mid Cp Val 26 8.15n .67
$ 23.2 bil 8003441770
D S&P500Idx 27 11.26n .93
$ 2.6 bil 8004928332
A+ Energy m
36 22.38n 2.31
.. no quote A SmGrEq b
A+ Real Estate 33 14.47n 1.66 B Intl
29 14.32 .87 D Small Cap
Allianz Instl
28 15.56n 1.16
AIM Funds Instl
E Select
27 25.28n 1.39 A Intl Val I
$ 6.1 bil 8004260107
22 17.48n .82 D TotalRet
7 9.98 .09
$ 3.1 bil 8005541156
A NFJ Div Val 30 10.16n 1.01 A ShTerm Govt 0 9.54n .02 B IntlSmlCap 26 11.64 .23 A+ US Opport
29 23.14 1.89
A+ C&O MktOpp 2 21.20n .46
A Intl Growth 22 19.61n .79 B NFJSmlCpVal 27 21.96n 1.66 C Sm Cp Value 30 5.14n .47 B Mid Cap
.. no quote
BlackRock B
Calamos
Funds
AIM Funds P
D AlphaHedg .. no quote B StrAlloMod 17 4.97n .21 B+ Mid Cap Val 27 13.14n 1.04
$ 5.7 bil 8004417762
$ 22.6 bil 8008237386
$ 2.1 bil 8009594246
.. no quote A Glob Alloc
A+ Target 2010 + 1 103.24n .03 E Small Cap
14 14.73n .47
Alpine Funds
D Gr & Inc A
23 20.87 .92
C Summit P b 24 9.47n .58
A+ Target 2015 2 90.10n .89 A Small Cap Val 27 10.64n .82
$ 3.1 bil 8887855578
BlackRock BlRk
E Gr & Inc B
23 23.56n 1.04
AIM Funds Investor
$ 2.9 bil 8004417762
E Dynamic Div 26 5.74 .30 A Target 2020 5 65.43n 1.41
Asset Mgmt Fds
23 20.97n .94
$ 6.3 bil 8005541156
$ 1.5 bil 8005273713
E Intl RealEst 40 14.36n .40 A+ Target 2025 4 57.86n .79
C TotalRet
6 8.51n .08 E Gr & Inc C
E Growth A
31 31.37 1.63
B+ Diverse Div b 23 9.09 .72 A UShTxOptInc 0 10.01n .. B Tax Free
5 10.18n .05 E UltraShMort 3 8.07n .04
BlackRock C
E Growth B
31 31.71n 1.65
D Dynamics b 31 13.27n .96
E Ultra
26 14.88n .90
Am Beacon AMR
AssetMark Funds
$ 19.6 bil 8004417762
31 29.02n 1.51
A+ Energy b
36 24.43n 2.53
$ 1.6 bil 8003883344
D+ Value
23 4.32n .35
$ 2.8 bil 8006645345
A+ AllGlobRes m 36 10.72 .96 E Growth C
A Euro Grwth m 24 23.91 1.01 E Large Cap Val 29 13.86n 1.16 C+ Vista
30 11.53n .81 C Cor Pl Fxd
7 8.29n .11 D Basic Value 29 16.66n 1.26 B Mkt Neut A 11 10.89 .23
Calvert Group
C GlbHlthCare 23 20.96 1.34
E Lrg Cap Gr 28 6.10n .40 B+ Equity Div 23 13.11n .91
Am Beacon Inst
American Fds B
$ 10.6 bil 8003682745
Alger Funds A
$ 6.2 bil 8003883344
D Fndmtl Gr
27 13.22n .80
$ 40.7 bil 8004214120
ASTON Funds
9 14.38 .16
$ 1.9 bil 8009923863
C Intl Equity 23 13.50n .50 E AMCAP
$ 3.3 bil 8009928151
24 12.05n .70
A Glob Alloc
14 14.16n .45 C+ Income A
A+ Capital Appr 27 8.87 .45 E Large Cap Val 29 13.99n 1.16 C Balanced
18 13.90n .67 A Mont&CldGrI 25 18.30n 1.12 A+ HealthSciOp b 18 23.09n 1.30 E LrgCapGrA 28 19.93 1.29
A+ Spectra
26 6.82n .32 A Sh Term Bd 2 8.57n .02 D BondFdAm 8 11.18n .10 B+ Mont&CldGrN 25 18.21n 1.11 A+ Intl Opport 26 20.81n 1.03 A ShDurInc A 4 15.32 .06
B+ Social Bd A 6 14.57 .10
C Social Eq A 26 26.07 1.75
Cambiar Funds
$ 1.8 bil 8667778227
OpportInstl 32 11.15n 1.02
Fund tables list 4,000 funds in the IBD Monday Special/IBD Weekly Special edition and 2,200 funds on other E OpportInv 32 11.13n 1.01
Causeway Funds
days. The list is composed of funds with a 36-Month Performance Rating of A+, A or A- and with at least $200
$ 3.0 bil 8669477000
million in assets, plus funds ranked by assets regardless of performance rating. All other funds can be found at D Intl
Val Ins r 27 9.52n .61
www.investors.com/data and at dailygraphs.coms Fund Center. O Denotes independent fund that does not belong D Intl Val
Inv r 27 9.45n .61
to family listed above. Each 36-Month Performance Rating, vs. all other mutual funds, is recalculated each month
CG Cap Mkt Fds
on a total return basis. All dividends and capital gains included. Daily accrual fund returns are calculated on a
$ 8.5 bil
monthly basis. A+=Top 5%, A=Top 10%, A#=Top 15%, B+=Top 20%, B=Top 25%, B#=Top 30%, C+=Top 35%, B+ CorFxInc
5 7.75n .07
C=Top 40%, C#=Top 45%, D+=Top 50%, D=Top 60%, D#= Top 70%, E=Below 70%. A+, A, A# and B+ 36-Month A+ EmergMkts 30 9.40n .30
Performance Ratings are all boldfaced. % changes are on a total return basis. Top 2% of funds in % performance B IntlEq
26 8.14n .36
yesterday are boldfaced. Performance of income funds may be compared to other income funds, bond funds to D LgCapGr
28 9.81n .58
other bond funds, etc. Fund company family names are boldfaced. Fund family assets as of 08/31/08. b=assets used E LgCapValEq 30 6.68n .61
to pay 12(b)(1) plan distribution costs, r=redemption charge may apply, n=no initial load and appears after Net
CGM Funds
Asset Value, m=multiple fees, p=previous days quote, s=split, x=ex-dividend or capital gains distribution. 5-Yr
$ 11.0 bil 8003454048
After Tax Rtn=5 year after-tax return assuming an average ordinary income tax rate of 35% on dividends and a 15% A+ Focus
32 30.52n 2.62
long-term capital gains tax rate. The top 25% of growth funds for the past 2 years that are beating the S&P 500 this A+ Mutual
21 22.31n 1.07
year are shown graphically each day on the first Mutual Funds page. All figures are on a total return basis. Funds A+ Realty
32 20.52n 2.01
shown in the two daily performance lists have at least $125 million in assets and a 36-Month Performance Rating of A+ ChampSmCo 26 9.72n .80
B or better, unless otherwise noted.
Chesapeake Fds

How To Read Mutual Fund Tables & Graphs

which settled at $886.50 an ounce


Thursday on the Comex, will reach
$1,000 by Christmas.
Lansing says he shorted Potash
Corp. of SaskatchewanPOT at 220
in July. The leading fertilizer stock,
which tripled in the past year, has
since fallen 58% from its peak.
He achieved mammoth gains from
shorting and buying puts on AKS
SteelAKS, United States SteelX,
MonsantoMON, CF IndustriesCF,
EOG ResourcesEOG and ApacheAPA.
Akeysignalforthesetradeswasthe
risingwedge.
The same type of pattern that happened in commodities this summer
happened with the dot-coms in
2000, Lansing said. And according
to this pattern, theres a 95% chance
itwouldrepeat.

4 Wk Net
36 Mos
% Asset NAV Performance
Chg Value Chg Rating Fund

DE

John Lansing, Trending123.com

He doesnt expect to repeat this


years exceptional performance, at
least not for a long time. And of
course, past performance never
guarantees future results. He says
his picks have earned an average of
85% a year since he founded his
Web site 12 years ago.
He started trading in 1990. He was
22 years old and putting his college
degree in hotel restaurant management to use at Marriott. He says he
turned $2,000 into a cool million in
the market.
Thus, he discovered his calling
and quit his Marriott job after six
months. So basically, I went to
school for nothing, he said.
He taught himself how to trade by
studying charts, reading IBD and investment books, and using Recognia, a charting and pattern-scanning software employed by major
brokerage firms.
In his early years, he would make
money and then lose it again and
again. He started becoming consis-

4 Wk Net
36 Mos
% Asset NAV Performance
Chg Value Chg Rating Fund

D NY Venture 27 24.44 1.97


Davis Funds B
$ 1.7 bil 8002790279
E NY Venture 27 23.29n 1.87
Davis Funds C&Y
$ 14.6 bil 8002790279
E NY Venture C 27 23.44n 1.89
D NY Venture Y 27 24.77n 1.99
A Delafield 29 16.70n .99
Delaware A
$ 10.0 bil 8005234640
A DivrsInc A
6 8.01 .08
A+ Emerg Mkts 29 8.65 .27
E LargeCapVal .. no quote
C Tax Fr MN
6 11.44 .08
Delaware Instl
$ 1.4 bil 8008285052
E US Growth 28 9.57n .62
Delaware Pl Tr
$ 3.6 bil 8002318002
A+ Emerg Mkts 29 7.72n .32
A+ Global Fxd Inc + 1 12.06n .09
B+ Intl Equity 23 14.07n 1.01
A Labor Intl
23 12.17n .85
DFA Investment
$ 104 bil 3103958005
A 1 Yr Fixed Inc 0 10.13n .01
A 2Yr Glbl Fxd
0 10.33n ..
A 5 Yr Gov
+ 1 10.42n .04
B+ 5GlbFxdInc 1 10.69n .02
A+ Emerg Mkts 28 17.58n .92
A+ Emerg Mkts II 28 15.71n .82
A+ Emg Mkt Sml 31 10.29n .52
A+ EmMktCorEq 30 10.46n .58
A+ EmrgMktValI 33 20.67 1.35
C+ Glbl60/40 I 18 9.45 .37
D Global Eq I 28 8.88 .65
D Intl Small Co 26 10.47n .36
D Intl SmCpVal 26 11.11n .39
B+ Intl Value
26 13.12n .87
A Intl Value III 26 12.28n .81
A Intl Value IV 26 10.95n .72
IntlCoreEq 26 7.66n .43
A+ Intrm Govt
2 11.79n .09
B Lg Cap Intl 25 14.91n .95
A Real Estate 32 16.23n 1.87
B Sh Trm Muni 1 9.99n ..
TAUSCorEq2 29 5.94n .51
D TaxMg US Sm 31 14.83n 1.32
E TaxMgTgtVal 32 13.50n 1.34
A TxM Intl Val 25 10.81n .73
E TxM US MkVl 32 9.86n .98
E TxM US MkVl II 32 9.50n .95
D TxMgdUSEq 27 9.74n .77
US Cor Eq 1 28 7.41n .60
US Cor Eq 2 29 7.28n .64
E US Lg Cap Val 33 13.58n 1.28
D US Lg Co Instl 27 7.15n .58
E US LgCapVal 3 33 10.38n .98
D US Lrg Co
27 26.80n 2.20
E US Micro Cap 30 8.62n .75
D US Small Cap 30 12.55n 1.11
D US Sml Val 32 15.38n 1.54
US VectorEq 30 7.02n .66
D+ USTgtVal
30 10.23n 1.02
Diamond Hill Funds
$ 4.0 bil 6142553333
A LgShtA
19 14.12 .77
A LongShortI 19 14.21n .78
Dodge&Cox
$ 137 bil 8006213979
E Balanced
25 50.81n 3.16
B Income
6 11.34n .09
B Intl Stock
30 25.61n 1.51
E Stock
31 74.83n 6.43
Domini Soc Inv
$ 1.1 bil 8007626814
E Equity
28 20.22n 1.53
Dreyfus
$ 22.1 bil 8006456561
C Appreciation 24 29.82n 2.56
D Bas S&P500 27 18.95n 1.55
A Bd Mkt Inv
3 9.77n .08
C Disc Stock 27 21.35n 1.63
C Dreyfus Fund 27 6.27n .50
D Growth & Inc 26 9.79n .66
B Intm Inc A
7 11.19 .11
C+ Intm Muni
5 12.41n .07
E MidCapVal A 32 16.91 1.41
D+ Muni Bond r 7 10.38n .08
C NY Tx Ex r
7 13.36n .12
C S&P MidIndx 30 18.26n 1.44
Davis Funds A
$ 28.5 bil 8002790279
D S&P500 Idx 27 25.96n 2.14
E Financial
31 22.43 1.87 C+ SmCpStkIdx 28 14.78n 1.32

$ 857 mil 8005253863


E Core Growth 30 11.46n .70
27 43.85n 3.20
E Clipper
A CO Bond A 2 9.20 .02
Cohen & Steers
$ 7.4 bil 8004379912
A+ Instl Realty 31 26.88 2.81
D IntlRltyA
29 8.92 .73
D IntlRltyC
29 8.88 .74
D IntlRltyI
29 8.94 .73
A RltyShrs
31 41.13 4.31
Columbia A
$ 29.6 bil 8003456611
C Acorn
29 17.52 1.32
A Acorn Intl
27 23.38 .88
D Acorn Sel
36 14.60 1.07
A Fed Secs
1 10.47 .07
D Lrg Cap Val 25 8.57 .69
E Marsico Gr 24 14.07 .73
A Marsico21st 26 9.70 .65
B+ MarsicoIntl 27 8.46 .44
C Mid Cap Val 29 9.01 .81
D MrscoFocEq 23 15.54 .77
A SmCpVal I 28 30.84 3.17
B+ Strat Inc
7 5.31 .07
C Tax Exempt 8 12.13 .12
Columbia B
$ 3.5 bil 8003456611
D Acorn
29 16.53n 1.24
Columbia C
$ 5.5 bil 8003456611
D Acorn
29 16.42n 1.23
E Marsico Gr 24 13.04n .67
B+ Marsico21st 26 9.19n .62
Columbia Z
$ 81.5 bil 8003456611
C Acorn
29 18.02n 1.36
A Acorn Intl
27 23.46n .88
D Acorn Sel
36 14.91n 1.10
E Acorn USA 28 17.24n 1.29
A+ AcrnIntlSel 24 18.60n .77
C CoreBond Z 4 9.84n .10
B+ Div Inc Z
24 9.67n .75
A Emerg Mkts 32 6.44n .29
A+ EngNatRes 32 14.69n 1.37
E Hi Yld Muni 9 9.37n .07
C+ High Income 12 6.86n .09
B Intl Equity 27 9.50n .50
E Intl Stk
27 9.36n .55
B+ Intl Value
23 12.23n .80
C Intmd Bond 8 7.77 .08
C+ IntmMuniBd 5 9.65 .06
D Large Gr
27 15.92n 1.03
D Lg Cap Idx 27 17.80n 1.47
D Lrg Cap Val 25 8.58n .69
C LrgCapCore 25 9.61n .76
D LrgEnCore 27 8.93n .73
E Marsico Gr 24 14.32n .73
A Marsico21st 26 9.85n .67
A MarsicoIntl 27 8.60n .45
B Mid Cap Gr 31 15.53n 1.02
C Mid Cap Val 29 9.02n .81
C+ MidCap Idx 30 7.47n .58
D MrscoFocEq 23 15.89n .78
A+ Real Est Eq 28 10.10n 1.00
B Sel Lg Gr
29 7.60n .44
C Sel Small
28 10.91n .83
A Sh Trm Bond 2 9.48n .03
B+ Sh Trm Muni 1 10.21n .01
C+ Sm Cap Indx 29 13.04n 1.18
A+ Small Gr I
28 18.63n 1.22
A SmCpVal I 28 32.20n 3.31
D SmCpVal II 30 8.83n .84
B+ Strat Inc
7 5.26n .06
C Strat Inv
28 12.37n .94
C Tax Exempt 8 12.13n .12
C TotRet Bond 6 8.68n .10
A US Trea Idx
0 11.09n .07
E Val&Restrc 36 30.67n 2.71
Commerce Funds
$ 1.3 bil 8003052140
A Bond
3 17.64n .11
A CRAQualInv b 110.4
2n .07
Credit Suisse Common
$ 1.3 bil 8005772321
C CommodRtn 12 9.87 +.02
CRM Funds
$ 3.1 bil 8002762883
B+ Mid Val Ins 28 19.48n 1.47

The same
type of
pattern that
happened in
commodities
this summer
happened with the
dot-coms in 2000.

4 Wk Net
36 Mos
% Asset NAV Performance
Chg Value Chg Rating Fund

Dreyfus Premier
$ 14.1 bil 8002428671
C CA Tax Ex Z 7 13.26n .15
A+ Emrg Mkts A 29 10.69 .55
A+ Emrg MktsI 29 10.71n .55
A GNMA
2 14.29n .11
A+ GrtrChina A 26 18.35 1.46
E New Leadr A 32 21.95 1.82
Driehaus Funds
$ 1.2 bil 8886368835
A+ EmergMktsGr 29 19.68n .76
A Intl Disc
29 20.24n .80
Dupree Mutual
$ 967 mil 8008660614
B KY Tax Fr Inc 5 7.05n .05
DWS Scudder A
$ 16.4 bil 8006211048
D Balanced
20 7.06 .32
C+ Cap Growth 25 38.74 2.58
E Dreman HRt 32 23.36 2.56
A DremanSmVal 28 23.33 1.78
D+ High Income 14 3.97 .06
D Mgd Muni
7 8.14 .06
A+ RREEFRealEs 31 13.19 1.44
A StrGovSec
2 8.28 .05
E Technology 26 7.82 .26
DWS Scudder C
$ 1.3 bil 8006211048
E Dreman HRt 32 23.32 2.56
DWS Scudder Instl
$ 4.2 bil 8006211048
D AdvLifLngRg 20 7.39n .35
D CoreFxdInc 5 9.52n .10
D Eq 500 Idx
27 103.08n 8.50
DWS Scudder S
$ 19.2 bil 8006211048
C+ Cap Growth 25 39.06n 2.60
D Eq 500 Idx
27 102.06n 8.41
E GlobalThem 30 14.91n 1.10
A+ Gold & Prec 2 13.21n .45
E Growth & Inc 31 10.64n .84
A IncomeGNMA 2 14.68n .12
D Intl
25 38.05n 1.72
B+ Lrg Cap Val 28 12.89 1.04
A+ LtnAmerEq 41 31.83n 1.45
D Mgd Muni Bd 7 8.15n .06
B+ ShDurPlus
4 9.17n .07
D StrHiYdTax 11 10.82n .12
Eaton Vance A
$ 31.4 bil 8002256265
E AMTFrMunBd 15 7.79 .18
A Balanced
.. no quote
A DivBuilder x 27 8.51 .68
D Floating Rt 12 7.94 .10
A Govt Oblig
1 7.22 .04
B Greatr India 33 13.39 .74
E Hi Yld Muni 14 7.70 .13
C Inc Bostn
15 4.80 .09
B+ Lrg Cap Val 28 14.25 1.08
A MultiCapGr 38 5.25 .49
E Natl Muni
16 8.57 .17
A Strat Inc
6 7.20 .07
B+ Tax Mgd Val 28 13.32 .99
D TaxMgGr 1.1 24 17.87 1.35
D TxMgdDivInc 25 8.27 .61
D TxMgdGr 1.0 24 403.42n 30.2
A WW HlthSci 18 8.80 .53
Eaton Vance C
$ 7.0 bil 8002256265
A DivBuilder x 27 8.54n .67
D Floating Rt 12 7.68n .09
B Lrg Cap Val 28 14.25n 1.08
E Natl Muni
16 8.57 .17
A Strat Inc
6 6.82 .06
E TxMgdDivInc 25 8.25 .61
Eton Vance Instl
$ 1.4 bil 8002256265
A+ TxMgdEmMkt .. no quote
Evergreen A
$ 13.7 bil 8003432898
A Adj Rate
0 9.05 .01
B Asset Alloc 11 11.65 .37
E Balanced
30 5.22 .32
A+ EmgMktsGr 27 13.16 .50
A Glbl Opport 25 21.37 1.19
D+ Muni Bond 8 6.69 .07
A+ PreciousMtl + 5 45.71 1.93
C Special Val 28 14.20 1.34
A Util&Telecm 25 9.62 .68
Evergreen B
$ 3.1 bil 8003432898
C Asset Alloc 11 11.46n .35
Evergreen C
$ 6.2 bil 8003432898
C Asset Alloc 11 11.24 .35

tently successful when he was 28.


Along theway, helearned to cut losses at 8% and limit position sizes to
2%-5% of his portfolio.
For the most part, Lansing dismisses the news as noise and believes everything a trader needs to know
about a stock is packed into its chart.

Analytical Method
As the name of his Web site implies, his stock picking has three key
elements. His technical tools are calibrated to determine the potential
speed, direction and distance of a
stocks movement. Chart patterns
he uses include the double bottom
and cup with handle.
He uses three oscillators, Williams
%R, Aroon Indicator and price percentage oscillator (PPO), to provide
signals on direction.
Thisweek,Lansingclearedhispositions and went to cash because the
Dowhit his downside targetof 9800.
Were in the ninth inning of the
sell-off, but were not quite up to the
batters plate to go long anything
yet, Lansing said. But things are
looking better.
And when things do get better,
Lansing recommends buying sector
ETFs in steel, agriculture, biotech,
coal, basic materials and gold.
With all the technical tools at his
disposal, how will he know for sure
when the uptrend starts? When
stocks stop going down.
00 E X P A N D E D F U N D L I S T I N G S A T
WWW.INVESTORS.COM/MOREFUNDS

00 S E E M O R E E T F S C R E E N S A N D
TOOLS AT INVESTORS.COM/ETF

4 Wk Net
36 Mos
% Asset NAV Performance
Chg Value Chg Rating Fund

A+ PreciousMtl + 5 42.79 1.81


Evergreen I
$ 13.1 bil 8003432898
A Adj Rate
0 9.05n .01
E Core Bond 11 7.88n .10
A+ EmgMktGrwth 27 13.69n .52
C EnhcedS&P5 27 10.41n .87
B+ Intl Bond I
1 10.69n .15
C+ Intl Eqty
22 6.33n .31
C Muni Bond 7 6.69n .07
C+ Special Val 28 14.33n 1.35
C Strat Gr I
26 21.59n 1.38
B US Govt
1 9.41n .06

F
A+ Fairholme 24 23.58 1.80
FAM Funds
$ 812 mil 8009323271
D Value
22 32.84n 2.22
FBR Funds
$ 1.4 bil 8888880025
B Focus Inv r 26 34.44n 1.54
A GasUtilInv r 26 13.69n 1.28
Federated A
$ 16.0 bil 8002455051
E Amer Ldrs 25 11.13 .96
C+ Bond
10 7.61 .10
A Capital Apprec 21 15.54 .94
B Equity Inc
23 13.69 1.08
C+ Hi Inc Bond 14 6.10 .09
A InterCont
28 34.89 1.99
B Kaufmann 27 3.65 .22
E KaufSmlCap 29 14.46 .83
D Mkt Opps
5 10.74 .36
B+ StratInc
10 7.50 .10
A US Govt Secs 2 7.53 .06
Federated B
$ 3.2 bil 8002455051
A Capital Apprec 21 14.78n .90
B Kaufmann 27 3.47 .21
Federated C
$ 3.5 bil 8002455051
B Kaufmn C
27 3.47 .22
D Mkt Opps
5 10.66 .36
Federated F
$ 1.0 bil 8002455051
A Govt Inc Sec 1 8.73 .06
Federated Instl
$ 14.6 bil 8003417400
A GNMA Instl 1 10.77n .10
A Govt 13 Instl + 1 10.71n .01
A+ Govt 25 Instl 0 11.56n .03
A GovUltSh
0 9.82n .03
A GovUltSh Sv
0 9.82n .03
A Income
2 10.18n .08
B Kaufmann K 27 3.65 .22
C Mid Cap Idx 30 13.55n 1.06
A Mortgage
2 9.58n .07
A+ Tot Ret Gov 1 11.02n .06
A Tot Rtn Bd
4 10.14n .08
A TotRtnBd Svc 4 10.14n .08
Federated Y
$ 312 mil 8002455051
A US Gov 13 + 1 10.71n .01
Fidelity Adv A
$ 23.8 bil 8005227297
E Divers Intl r 25 12.28 .80
A+ EmergMkts r 33 13.12 .53
D Equity Gr
25 37.74 1.89
E Equity Inc
29 16.84 1.44
D HiInc Advt 24 6.80 .24
B IntlDiscov r 25 23.66 1.48
C Lev Co Stk 38 19.96 1.63
E Mid Cap A
31 11.81 .79
C+ Mid Cp II
26 10.52 .71
B New Insight 22 13.77 .78
B Small Cap
20 17.89 .97
B+ Strat Inc
8 10.20 .14
Fidelity Adv C
$ 8.6 bil 8005227297
E Divers Intl 25 11.71n .76
D Lev Co Stk 38 19.16n 1.57
B New Insight 22 13.34n .76
B Strat Inc
8 10.19n .13
Fidelity Adv Free A
$ 4.4 bil 8005448888
C 2015
18 9.00 .36
D 2020
21 9.09 .45
D 2025
22 8.62 .45
D 2030
24 8.93 .52
Fidelity Adv I
$ 24.4 bil 8005260084
E Div Growth 32 7.20n .59
E Divers Intl 25 12.51n .81
D Equity Grow 25 40.20n 2.00

4 Wk Net
36 Mos
% Asset NAV Performance
Chg Value Chg Rating Fund

E Equity Inc
29 17.31n 1.49
GovtIncome 1 10.43 .06
D Growth & Inc 28 12.59n .88
D HiInc Advt 23 6.52n .23
E Large Cap
30 11.27n .83
C Lev Co Stk 38 20.19n 1.64
E Mid Cap I
31 12.25n .82
B+ New Insight 22 13.92n .79
B Overseas
24 13.96n .79
B Sh Fxd Inc
1 8.88n ..
A Sh Intmd Govt 0 9.88n .02
B Small Cap
20 18.62n 1.01
B+ Strat Inc
8 10.30n .14
B TotalBond
6 9.47n .09
Fidelity Adv T
$ 23.1 bil 8005260084
D Balanced
21 11.04 .49
E Divers Intl 25 12.13 .79
D Equity Gr
25 37.63 1.88
E Equity Inc
29 17.07 1.46
E Growth Opp 33 19.47 1.04
D HiInc Advt 23 6.83 .23
D+ Lev Co Stk 38 19.65 1.61
E Mid Cap
31 11.94 .80
B New Insight 22 13.68 .78
B Small Cap
20 17.40 .94
B+ Strategic Inc 8 10.20 .14
Fidelity Freedom
$ 81.6 bil 8005448888
B 2000
10 10.57n .21
C 2005
16 8.86n .32
C 2010
17 10.96n .41
C 2015
18 9.03n .37
C 2020
21 10.64n .53
C 2025
22 8.71n .46
D+ 2030
24 10.28n .61
D 2035
25 8.46n .52
D 2040
25 5.90n .37
2045
26 6.93n .44
2050
26 6.80n .46
B Income
9 9.86n .18
Fidelity Select
$ 27.1 bil 8005448888
B+ Biotechnlgy r 20 55.24n 2.62
E Brokrge&Inv r 31 33.71n 4.29
A+ Chemicals r 32 53.32n 2.95
A+ ConsumeStpl r 21 49.76n 3.19
C+ Dfnse&Aero r 29 48.05n 3.42
E Electronics r 25 25.20n .84
A Energy r
40 30.61n 3.65
A+ Energy Svcs r 40 47.91n 4.80
A+ Gold r
+ 7 27.48n 1.04
D Health Care r 24 80.68n 5.53
A+ Materials r 34 33.02n 2.10
A+ Med Eq & Sys r 22 20.49n 1.59
D+ Natural Gas r 42 21.01n 2.48
A+ Natural Res 37 19.20n 2.05
A Sftwr&Cmp r 27 47.15n 1.64
E Technology r 31 43.13n 1.56
Fidelity Spartan
$ 61.5 bil 8005448888
500 Idx Adv 27 63.46n 5.23
D 500 Idx Inv 27 63.45n 5.23
ExtMkt Adv 30 23.58n 1.88
C ExtMkt Inv 30 23.58n 1.87
IntlIdx Adv 25 27.16n 1.68
C+ IntlIdx Inv 25 27.16n 1.68
IntTrsBdIdx r 1 10.56n .04
TotMkt Adv 28 25.73n 2.10
D TotMkt Inv 28 25.73n 2.09
US EqIdxAdv 27 32.16n 2.65
D US EqIdxInv 27 32.16n 2.65
Fidelity Invest
$ 634 bil 8005448888
100 Index
25 6.80 .56
C 4in1 Idx r 24 20.25n 1.38
C AdvCapDevO 29 7.39n .58
E AdvDivStkO 29 9.19n .65
E Aggres Gr r 25 12.24n .77
D AssetMgr50% 19 11.13n .44
D AssetMgr70% r 2311.2
3n .59
B AsstMgr20% r 10 10.60n .19
D+ Balanced
21 13.36n .60
D BlueChipGro 26 27.83n 1.79
C CA Muni Inc 6 11.20n .08
A+ Canada r
26 39.53n 2.79
C+ Cap & Inc
17 6.52n .17
E CaptlApprec 28 15.64n .83
A+ China Rgn 25 16.63n .83
B+ Contrafund 22 46.61n 2.71
E Convrt Secs 34 15.51n .97
D Disciplnd Eq 27 17.94n 1.30
B Diversifd Intl 27 22.37n 1.45
E Dividend Grow 32 16.23n 1.35

4 Wk Net
% Asset NAV
Chg Value Chg

A+ Emrg Mkts 34 14.40n .60


E Equity Inc
29 31.09n 2.84
E Equity Inc II 29 13.40n 1.15
B+ Euro CapApp r 25 14.53n 1.04
C Europe r
24 23.45n 1.73
A Exchange
22 244.24n 17.4
D Exprt&Mltint r 25 15.25n 1.02
B Fidelity Fund 27 23.18n 1.63
E Fifty r
29 11.79n .77
C+ FloatHiInc 13 8.13n .13
A Global Balncd 15 17.03n .64
A GNMA
2 10.85n .11
A Govt Income 1 10.42n .06
E Gr & Inc
34 13.70n 1.09
B GrDiscovery 26 9.49n .49
B Grwth Cmpny 28 50.13n 2.84
B High Income 16 6.88n .15
B+ Independnc 35 14.53n 1.03
B+ InflProtBd
7 10.55n .07
A Int Gov Inc
0 10.47n .03
B Int Mun Inc 4 9.58n .03
B Intl Discov 25 23.86n 1.50
E IntlSmCap 27 12.58n .43
E IntlSmlOpp 29 6.85n .32
C+ Intmd Bond 5 9.36n .03
C Inv Grade Bd 6 6.55n .04
E Japan r
24 8.59n .27
E Large Cap Stk 30 10.55n .79
A+ Latin Amer r 40 27.91n 1.44
D+ LevrgdCoStk 39 16.33n 1.41
LgCorEnhIdx 26 6.42 .52
D Low Pr Stk 28 22.80n 1.60
E Lrg Cp Val r 27 8.79n .78
C+ MA Muni Inc 7 10.87n .08
E Magellan
32 47.84n 2.92
D MegaCpStk 26 7.04n .52
B MI Muni Inc 5 11.07n .05
E Mid Stk
31 16.13n 1.06
E Mid Val r
32 9.60n .86
C+ Mortg Secs 2 10.07n .08
C+ Municipal Inc 7 11.55n .07
B New Millnm 25 18.07n 1.22
A NewMktsInc r 16 11.73n .24
C+ NJ Muni Inc r 6 10.68n .07
C Nordic r
30 21.84n 1.22
C+ NY Muni Inc 7 11.73n .08
C OTC
29 29.45n 1.45
B Overseas
26 25.78n 1.56
E Pacific Basin r 30 13.38n .63
C Puritan
19 13.38n .61
B Real Estate 34 17.52n 2.05
B+ Sh Int Muni 2 10.22n .01
C+ Short Term Bd 1 8.22n ..
E Small Stk
30 10.21n .76
E SmIndep r 31 10.83n .81
D Sml Grow r 29 8.98n .64
B Sml Val r
29 8.94n .91
SmlOpport 29 5.62 .44
A+ SoEast Asia r 24 19.10n .67
D StkSelector 28 17.80n 1.27
E StraDiv&Inc 29 7.39n .58
C StraRealRet r 14 8.26n .18
A Strategic Inc 8 9.18n .12
C+ Tax Fr Bond 7 9.89n .05
B Total Bond
6 9.49n .08
D Trend
28 40.30n 2.40
A US Bond Idx 3 10.48n .06
D Utility
27 11.84n .83
D+ Val Disc
29 10.46n .95
E Value
33 43.78n 3.47
A World Wide 25 12.96n .90
FidltyAdvFoc A
$ 1.1 bil 8005227297
A+ Energy r
40 20.94 2.47
FidltyAdvFoc T
$ 824 mil 8005227297
A+ Energy r
40 21.51 2.53
Fifth Third Inst
$ 3.8 bil 8003340483
A Sh Trm Bd
1 9.19n .02
First Amer Y
$ 13.7 bil 8006773863
C Core Bond
8 9.73n .13
B Equity Inc
24 9.52n .80
D Equity Index 27 16.54n 1.36
B Int Tax Fr
5 10.10n .05
B Int Trm Bd
7 8.99n .10
C Intl
24 8.87n .49
D LgCapGrOpp 25 21.37n 1.22
D Mid Cap Val 28 15.56n 1.32
E MidCapGrOpp 31 24.25n 1.71
A+ Real Estate 30 12.90n 1.37
D Total Retrn 10 8.54n .14
First Eagle
$ 19.5 bil 8003342143

A8
36 Mos
Performance
Rating Fund

MUTUAL FUND PERFORMANCE

FRIDAY, OCTOBER 10, 2008


4 Wk Net
36 Mos
% Asset NAV Performance
Chg Value Chg Rating Fund

A Fund Amer Y 26 18.49n 1.03


A+ Global A
16 34.03 1.63
A+ Gold A
+14 19.37 .35
A+ Overseas A 16 17.07 .72
A US ValueA 15 13.00 .56
First Invstrs A
$ 5.2 bil 8004234026
A Government b 2 10.69 .07
D Gr & Inc b
28 10.09 .73
C Ins Tax Ex b 6 9.07 .04
A Spec Stuatn b 24 16.11 1.02
First Src Mono
$ 985 mil 8007668938
A+ IncEquity
25 10.36n .73
FMI Funds
$ 2.2 bil 8008115311
A+ Common Stk 26 16.78n 1.39
B Focus
26 22.42n 1.63
A Large Cap b 25 11.07n .69
Forum Funds
$ 4.4 bil 8009436786
B Abslt Strat
8 9.71n .17
Wintergrn 20 9.57n .21
FPA Funds
$ 6.3 bil 8009824372
D Capital
23 27.45 1.47
A Crescent I
16 20.60n .74
A New Income
0 10.97 .01
Frank/Tmp Fr A
$ 127 bil 8003425236
A Adj US Gov
0 8.87 .01
D+ AZTaxFrInc 8 9.83 .05
E Bal Sheet
30 36.61 3.32
D CA HighYld 9 8.69 .07
C CA InsTxFr
8 11.37 .07
C CA Tax Fr
8 6.48 .04
D Cap Growth 26 8.00 .53
A+ ChinaWrld 25 22.99 1.26
E Conv Secs 26 9.69 .49
E Equity Inc
25 12.30 .90
C+ FedIntTxFr 6 10.64 .06
C FedTxFrInc 8 10.77 .06
C FL Tax Fr
7 10.67 .06
C FltRateDly 11 8.19 .12
C+ Flx Cap Gr
26 32.00 1.88
E FoundAlloc 24 8.35 .46
A+ Gold & Prec 2 22.80 .37
B Grwth
27 29.58 1.84
D+ High Inc
16 1.57 .03
D HiYldTxFr
9 9.13 .08
D Income
23 1.69 .07
D Ins Tax Fr
8 10.92 .07
A LtdMatGovt
0 10.11 .03
C MI InsTxFr
7 11.12 .06
C+ MN Ins Tax Fr 6 11.14 .06
D+ MO Tax Fr
8 10.94 .07
A+ Nat Resrces 37 22.08 2.14
D+ NC Tax Fr
9 10.89 .08
C NJ Tax Fr
7 11.00 .07
C NY Tax Fr
7 10.68 .06
C OH InsTaxFr 8 11.43 .07
C OR Tax Fr
7 10.82 .06
D+ PA Tax Fr
8 9.30 .05
A Real Rtrn
5 9.98 .06
C Rising Divs 25 23.47 1.90
B SmlCapVal 30 27.89 2.55
E SmMdCapGr 29 21.29 1.49
B+ Strat Inc
10 8.75 .10
C Totl Retrn
6 8.89 .09
A US Gov Sec 2 6.39 .05
A Utilities
22 9.77 .62
Frank/Tmp Fr B
$ 6.2 bil 8003425236
E Income
23 1.68n .08
A US Govt Secs 2 6.39n .04
Frank/Tmp Fr C
$ 30.1 bil 8003425236
D CA Tax Fr
8 6.47 .04
D FedTxFrIn
8 10.76 .07
E FoundAlloc 24 8.17n .46
A+ Gold & Prec 2 22.12 .37
D HiYldTxFr
9 9.24 .08
E Income
23 1.70 .08
B Strategic Inc 10 8.75 .10
A US Gov Sec 2 6.36 .05
A Utilities
22 9.73 .63
Frank/Tmp FrAd
$ 9.7 bil 8003425236
D Income
23 1.68n .07
E SmMidCapGr 29 21.79n 1.52
A US Govt Secs 2 6.41n .05
Frank/Tmp Mutual A&B
$ 20.9 bil 8002929293
E Beacon A
25 9.55 .56
A Discovery A 14 23.70 .54
A Discovery B 14 23.12n .52
A+ European A 17 17.15 .60
A Qualified A 15 16.34 .54

4 Wk Net
36 Mos
% Asset NAV Performance
Chg Value Chg Rating Fund

D Shares A
24 16.10 .94
Frank/Tmp Mutual C
$ 6.3 bil 8003425236
E Beacon
25 9.41 .55
A Discovery
14 23.40 .53
A+ European
17 17.04 .59
A Qualified
15 16.11 .53
E Shares
24 15.84 .93
Frank/Tmp Mutual Z
$ 23.5 bil 8004483863
E Beacon
25 9.63n .57
A+ Discovery
14 24.01n .54
A+ European
17 17.50n .61
A Qualified
15 16.48n .54
D Shares
24 16.25n .95
Frank/Tmp Tp A
$ 46.9 bil 8003549191
BRIC
33 7.84 .32
A Dvlp Mkts
25 15.10 .58
D+ Foreign
26 7.08 .42
A Glbl Opport 25 13.37 .82
E Glbl Sm Co 30 4.73 .20
A+ Glob Bond
1 11.21 +.01
E Growth
26 13.87 .89
A Income
15 2.25 .05
D World
24 11.33 .71
Frank/Tmp TpAd
$ 10.2 bil 8002929293
A+ ChinaWrld 25 23.16n 1.27
A Devlp Mkts 25 15.12n .58
D+ Foreign
26 7.05n .43
A+ Glob Bond
1 11.19n +.01
E Growth
26 13.90n .90
Frank/Tmp TpB/C
$ 7.3 bil 8006322301
A Devlp Mkts C 25 14.63 .57
D Foreign C
26 6.91 .41
A+ Global Bd C 1 11.23 +.01
E Growth C
26 13.43 .86
A MutualDiscR 14 23.49n .53
Franklin Temp
$ 1.4 bil 8002929293
A+ Hard Curncy + 1 9.34 .02
Frontegra
$ 1.6 bil 8888252100
A Iron Sm Cap 29 12.03n .88
FundX Upgrader
$ 1.2 bil 8664553863
C+ FundX Up p
.. 26.33n ..

GHI
Gabelli A
$ 880 mil 8004223554
A Utilities
20 6.12 .37
E Value
30 9.64 .72
Gabelli AAA
$ 5.4 bil 8004223554
A+ ABC Fund
8 9.09n .14
B+ Asset
27 31.23n 2.22
B Equity Inc
25 14.33n 1.06
A Sm Cap Gr 26 22.14n 1.41
Gamco AAA
$ 2.0 bil 8004223554
A+ Gold
+ 1 18.62n .69
E Growth
29 20.89n 1.35
Gateway Funds
$ 3.8 bil 8003546339
A Gateway A 15 23.72 1.12
GE Elfun S&S
$ 11.5 bil 8002420134
B+ Income
4 10.40n .08
A+ Intl Equity 24 16.39n .92
B S&S Program 26 29.85n 1.94
C+ Tax Exempt 7 10.68n .06
B Trusts
24 34.42n 2.00
GE Instl Funds
$ 4.8 bil 8002420134
A+ Intl Equity 24 10.80n .61
D+ SmValEqInv 31 9.28n .71
B+ Stratgc Inv 18 9.15n .35
Glenmede Funds
$ 1.5 bil 8004428299
A CoreFxdInc 3 10.47n .07
E Intl Equity 29 9.36 .50
GMO Trust II
$ 1.2 bil 6173307500
C+ Foreign
24 9.98n .60
GMO Trust III
$ 17.8 bil 6173307500
A+ Emerg Cntry 31 6.85n .32
A Emerg Ctry Dt 15 7.98n .09
A+ Emerg Mkts 31 8.88 .36
C+ Foreign
24 10.03n .61
C+ Intl Cor Eq 26 23.03n 1.36
B Intl Gro Eq 24 16.91n .96
C Intl Intrn Val 25 17.82n 1.06
C Intl Sm Cos 27 5.34n .21
B TxMg Intl Eq 26 11.70n .72

4 Wk Net
36 Mos
% Asset NAV Performance
Chg Value Chg Rating Fund

E US Core Eq 24 8.73n .70


C+ US Qual Eq 20 15.92 1.18
GMO Trust IV
$ 16.5 bil 6173307500
D CorePlusBd 6 8.40 .11
A Emerg Ctry Dt 15 7.98n .09
A+ Emerg Mkts 31 8.84n .36
B Foreign
24 10.04n .60
B+ ForgnSmlCo 27 8.46n .38
C+ Intl Core Eq 26 23.03n 1.36
Intl Gro Eq 24 16.92 .96
C+ Intl Intrn Val 25 17.82n 1.05
GMO Trust V
$ 1.6 bil 6173307500
A+ Emerg Mkts 31 8.84n .36
US Qual Eq 20 15.92 1.18
GMO Trust VI
$ 22.1 bil 6173307500
B Domestic Bd 4 8.79 .08
A+ Emerg Mkts 31 8.85n .36
A+ EmrgMktOpp .. no quote
Intl Core Eq 26 23.03 1.36
StratFixInc 3 22.11 .16
E US Core Eq 24 8.71n .70
US Qual Eq 20 15.92n 1.18
GoldmnSachs A
$ 23.9 bil 8007625035
D Capital Gr
30 15.02 .99
D+ Core Fxd Inc 5 8.72 .07
A Emerg Mkts 33 12.01 .58
A Govt Income 2 14.63 .14
D Gr&Inc Strat
.. no quote
D Growth & Inc 26 16.42 1.37
B Growth Opp 30 14.39 1.03
E Growth Strat .. no quote
E Hi Yld Muni 9 8.62 .06
D High Yield 15 5.84 .10
D Lrg Val
28 8.59 .71
D Mid Cap Val 29 22.64 1.90
A Real Est Secs 32 10.33 1.12
A Sh Dur Govt
0 10.06 .05
D+ Sm Val
28 25.17 2.30
C StrucIntlEq 26 8.12 .51
GoldmnSachs C
$ 2.1 bil 8007625035
E Gr Strat
.. no quote
D Gr&Inc Strat
.. no quote
GoldmnSachs In
$ 19.5 bil 8007625035
C Core Fixed Inc 5 8.76n .06
A Emerg Mkts 33 12.64n .61
A Enhanced Inc 1 9.42n ..
C Global Inc
3 12.12n .08
B+ Growth Opp 30 15.06n 1.07
D+ High Yield 15 5.85n .10
E High Yld Muni 9 8.62n .06
D Mid Cap Val 29 22.89n 1.93
A Real Est Secs 32 10.42n 1.14
A+ Sh Dur Govt
0 10.03n .05
C Sm Val
28 26.43n 2.43
E Struc Lg Gr 27 8.85n .53
E Struc LgVal 28 7.95n .73
C+ StrucIntlEq 26 8.34n .53
A UltShDurGv 1 8.95n .02
A Grnsprng 15 19.78n .58
GuideStone G4
$ 9.6 bil 8002620511
E Aggr Allo
27 9.71n .71
D Bal Allo
17 10.56n .41
D Gr Allo
22 10.27n .56
E GrwthEquity 28 12.28n .81
C Intl Equity 26 10.11n .61
B LowDurBond 2 12.30n .05
C+ MedDurBond 7 12.15n .17
E ValueEquity 28 10.30n .92
Hansberger
$ 1.2 bil 8004146927
B IntlGrowthI 29 10.57n .67
Harbor Funds
$ 20.3 bil 8004221050
A Bond Instl
5 11.19n .12
E CapAppr Ins 24 24.25n 1.29
E CapAppr Inv 24 23.95n 1.28
A+ Intl Admin 26 40.78n 2.16
A Intl Gr I
26 8.77n .48
A+ Intl Instl
26 41.06n 2.18
A+ Intl Inv
26 40.58n 2.16
A Mid Gr Instl 28 5.54n .36
E SmVal Instl 31 13.20n 1.21
Harding Lvnr
$ 2.2 bil 8007624848
A+ Emerg Mkts 29 28.45n 1.17
A Intl Equity 25 11.66 .51
Hartford A
$ 30.6 bil 8888437824
D Advisers b 24 10.53 .58
C Balanc All b 20 8.40 .37
C Cap Apprec b 32 22.25 1.65
B CapAppr II b 29 8.38 .61

4 Wk Net
36 Mos
% Asset NAV Performance
Chg Value Chg Rating Fund

Checks&Bal b 21 7.10 .35


B Div & Gr b
26 13.61 1.05
B Eqty Inc b
23 9.36 .80
D Float Rate x 12 7.80 .14
B+ Grow Oppor b 29 18.26 1.18
A Infl Plus x
7 10.34 .06
A Intl Opport b 23 10.15 .62
A Mid Cap b
28 14.08 .98
C TotlRetnBd x 6 9.46 .08
Hartford B
$ 3.5 bil 8888437824
D Cap Apprec m 32 19.73n 1.47
A Mid Cap m 28 12.41n .86
Hartford C
$ 8.9 bil 8888437824
D Cap Apprec m 32 19.86 1.48
D Float Rate x 13 7.79 .14
A Mid Cap m 28 12.52 .88
Hartford HLS IA
$ 41.1 bil 8888437824
D Advisers
23 14.16n .76
C+ Cap Apprec 31 26.45n 2.01
E Discp Eq
27 8.43n .67
B+ Div & Gr
27 14.20n 1.12
E Global Grow 29 10.94n .65
A Grwth Opps 30 17.68n 1.17
D Index
27 19.55n 1.61
A Intl Opport 23 8.54n .52
A Mid Cap
28 16.64n 1.16
A Small Co
30 11.26n .84
E Stock
30 26.95n 2.12
C TotlRetnBd 7 10.27n .09
B+ US Gov Sec 1 10.65n .07
Hartford HLS IB
$ 9.0 bil 8888437824
D Advisers
23 14.27n .77
C+ Cap Apprec 31 26.15n 1.99
B+ Div & Gr
27 14.12n 1.12
A Grow Oppor 30 17.45n 1.15
A Intl Opport 23 8.61n .53
A Mid Cap
28 16.43n 1.15
A Small Co
30 10.99n .82
C TotlRetnBd 7 10.21n .08
Hartford L
$ 1.0 bil 8888437824
B+ Grwth Opps b 29 18.67 1.20
Hartford Y
$ 6.5 bil 8888437824
C+ Cap Apprec 32 24.00n 1.78
B+ Div & Growth 26 13.79n 1.07
A Mid Cap
28 15.24n 1.07
C+ TotlRetnBd x 6 9.57n .08
Heartland Funds
$ 2.5 bil 8004327856
A SelValInv
29 18.44n 1.41
A+ ValPlusInv 25 19.03n 1.30
D ValueInv
31 25.19n 1.89
Henderson Glb Fds
$ 4.6 bil 8888326774
C Euro Foc A b 31 16.48 .53
A Intl Opp A
24 14.67 .61
B+ Intl Opp C
24 13.90 .58
Heritage Funds
$ 2.8 bil 8004214184
C+ MidCapStkA 28 17.69 1.23
A SmCapStk A 30 21.78 1.77
Hirtle Callaghan
$ 4.0 bil 8009818917
D Growth Eq 26 8.77n .55
C SmCapEqty 30 8.56n .66
D Value Equity 29 9.19n .81
Hodges Fund
$ 661 mil 8668110224
D Hodges Fund 37 14.46n 1.11
Homestead
$ 1.0 bil 8002583030
D+ Value
26 22.57n 1.90
Hotchkis & Wiley
$ 6.2 bil 8664938637
E Core Val I
33 6.32 .59
E LgCapVal A 32 10.60 1.02
E LgCapVal I 32 10.65 1.02
E MidCapVal I 36 11.58 1.11
Huntington
$ 1.3 bil 8002530412
A Intl Eq Tr
23 9.08n .43
Hussman Funds
$ 4.0 bil 8004877626
A Strat Gr
8 15.03n .34
A+ StraTotRet
0 11.77n .16
ICAP Funds
$ 3.2 bil 8882214227
D+ MainstayEqI 27 25.59 1.97
B MainstyIntI 25 22.10n 1.37
C MnstySelEqI 27 24.02 1.78
A ICM SmCo 29 22.45n 1.95
ICON Funds
$ 2.6 bil 8007640442
A+ Energy
26 21.25n 1.87

4 Wk Net
36 Mos
% Asset NAV Performance
Chg Value Chg Rating Fund

ING Fds A
$ 7.2 bil 8009920180
A Corp Ldrs
23 16.25n 1.35
A GlbRealEst 29 12.42 1.17
A GNMA Inc
2 8.31 .06
C Intermd Bd 5 9.20 .07
B Intl Value
25 11.16 .76
A+ Russia
38 25.56 .54
ING Fds T,M,Q&I
$ 2.3 bil 8009920180
B+ Intl Val I
25 11.18n .76
A+ Real Est I
30 10.55n 1.14
ING Partners
$ 2.1 bil 8009920180
A+ JPMrgIntlI
.. no quote
D PriceGrEq I 27 34.42n 2.03
Ivy Funds
$ 30.0 bil 8007776472
A+ AssetStr A 14 20.79 .24
A+ AssetStr B 14 20.34n .23
A+ AssetStr C 14 20.41n .23
A+ AssetStr Y 14 20.81n .24
A+ GlbNatResA 45 15.98 1.19
A+ GlbNatResB 45 14.93n 1.11
A+ GlbNatResC 45 14.59n 1.08
A+ GlbNatResY 45 16.03n 1.19
A IntlCorEqA 26 10.71 .55
A LrgCapGr A 24 9.63 .57
A+ PacificOppA 28 10.00 .45
A Real Est A
29 13.84 1.35
A Sci & Tech A 21 21.34 .70

JKL
J Hancock 1
$ 24.4 bil 8002255291
LifestylAgg
.. no quote
LifestylBal 21 9.73n .46
LifestylGr
.. no quote
LifestylMod 17 10.11n .35
LSConserv 12 10.98n .26
J Hancock A
$ 12.3 bil 8002255291
A+ Balanced
20 11.15 .46
C Bond
6 13.01 .13
E ClassicVal 32 11.54 .97
A Govt Income 2 8.89 .06
E High Yield 25 3.05 .07
A+ Lrg Cap Eq 30 17.65 1.10
E Regionl Bnk 19 15.64 1.54
B Sov Invstrs 24 12.09 .81
B Strat Inc
7 5.76 .05
E US Glb LdGr 26 20.19 1.41
J Hancock C
$ 952 mil 8002255291
A+ Lrg Cap Eq 30 16.32 1.01
James Adv Funds
$ 499 mil 8009952637
A JamGolBalA 11 15.79 .37
Janus
$ 74.4 bil 8005253713
A Balanced
14 20.35n .58
A Balanced
14 21.21n .57
B+ Contrarian
.. no quote
A Enterprise 30 35.57n 2.66
A Flex Bond
4 9.24n .07
E Fundment Eq 26 15.76n 1.01
A GlbResearch 29 8.76n .55
B Global Tech 28 9.35n .44
B GlobLifeSci 24 17.19n 1.07
E Growth & Inc 26 21.41n 1.13
D Janus
27 19.87n .98
A Mid Val Inst 25 16.23n 1.10
A Mid Val Inv 25 16.11n 1.09
A+ Orion
35 7.14n .43
A+ Overseas
34 27.29n 1.25
C Research
29 17.94n 1.17
A Sml Val Inst 24 17.01n 1.46
A Sml Val Inv 24 16.78n 1.44
A Twenty
28 45.31n 1.74
D Venture
31 29.42n 2.07
E World Wide 27 31.14n 2.15
Janus Adv A
$ 1.6 bil 8005253713
A Forty
28 25.22 1.09
Janus Adv S
$ 6.1 bil 8005253713
A Forty
28 25.01n 1.07
A+ Intl Growth 32 35.05n 1.44
Janus Aspn Inst
$ 4.8 bil 8005253713
A Balanced
15 22.27n .66
A Flexible Bd 4 11.19n .08
A Forty
28 24.72n 1.04
A+ Intl Growth 33 28.12n 1.23
A Mid Cap Gr 31 23.03n 1.76
E WorldwideGr 27 20.02n 1.38
Jennison Dryden A
$ 16.8 bil 8002251852
C 20/20 Focus 32 9.48 .75

INVESTORS.COM

4 Wk Net
% Asset NAV
Chg Value Chg

D Blend A
29 11.38 .79
B+ Govt Inc
3 8.62 .07
E Growth
24 11.80 .64
A Health Sci 22 15.27 .99
B HighYield
13 4.46 .06
A Mid Cap Gr 28 16.44 1.17
D+ Natl Muni
7 13.37 .13
A+ NaturlRsrc 35 29.37 2.26
B+ Small Co
31 13.12 1.13
C+ Utility
32 7.27 .45
E Value
33 10.46 .84
Jennison Dryden B
$ 1.8 bil 8002251852
A+ NaturlRsrc 35 25.14n 1.94
Jennison Dryden Z&I
$ 4.3 bil 8002251852
E Growth Z
24 12.19n .66
A Hlth Sci Z
22 15.79n 1.02
A Mid Cap Gr 28 16.96n 1.21
B+ Small Co Z 31 13.67n 1.18
A JensenPtfI 22 20.86n 1.48
A JensenPtfJ 22 20.86n 1.48
JP Morgan A
$ 14.2 bil 8004804111
A Core Bond
3 10.44 .06
D Equity Idx
27 20.70 1.70
A Govt Bond
2 10.25 .07
A Intrep Euro 26 15.20 1.10
C Inv Gr&Inc 20 10.02 .50
D+ Inv Growth 24 10.29 .66
C+ Invstr Bal
15 9.83 .34
D+ Mid Cap Val 29 15.55 1.47
A Small Cap Eq 27 20.05 1.59
A+ USRlEst
32 11.79 1.20
JP Morgan B
$ 2.6 bil 8004804111
D Inv Gr&Inc 20 9.97n .50
JP Morgan Instl
$ 7.1 bil 8004804111
B IntmTxFrBd 4 10.20n .03
C Mid Cap Val 29 15.86n 1.49
D TxAwr Disc Eq 27 12.19n 1.02
E Value Opps 30 9.86 1.03
JP Morgan Selct
$ 43.7 bil 8004804111
A AsiaEq
28 19.02n .67
A Core Bond
3 10.43n .07
B CorePlusBd 6 7.10n .05
A+ EmrgMktsEq 29 13.02n .58
D EquityIndex 27 20.70n 1.70
A Govt Bond
2 10.24n .08
B High Yield 13 6.37n .09
HighStatMk 1 16.06n +.01
A Intermd Bd 3 10.07n .05
C+ Intl Eq Idx
26 16.61n 1.00
B+ Intl Value
26 10.25n .73
B IntmTxFrBd 4 10.20n .04
E Intrepid Gr 26 15.32n .99
IntrepidInt 24 13.85n .79
E Intrpd Amer 27 16.73n 1.37
C+ Lg Cap Gr
25 13.16n .81
C Mid Cap Val 29 15.73n 1.48
D Mult MktNtr 3 10.01n .02
C+ Muni Inc
5 9.11n .04
A Sh Dur Bd
1 10.50n .03
A SmallCapEq 27 21.72n 1.72
C Tax Fr Bond 6 11.63n .08
A TreasAgency 0 9.99n .03
D TrSmlEqCore 31 26.26n 2.39
C TxAwrRlRet 7 9.30n .03
B US Equity
27 6.84n .55
A+ US Real Est 32 11.80n 1.20
USLgCorPls 27 13.30n 1.08
JP Morgan Ultra
$ 2.7 bil 8004804111
A Core Bond
3 10.43n .07
A Mrtge Back 1 10.30 .06
A Sh Dur Bd
1 10.50n .03
Julius Baer
$ 30.2 bil 8003876977
B+ IntlEqty A
.. no quote
B+ IntlEqty I
.. no quote
B+ IntlEqtyIIA
.. no quote
B+ IntlEqtyIII
.. no quote
A Tot Retrn I
5 12.54n .12
Keeley Funds
$ 7.6 bil 8889335391
A SmlCapValA 36 16.82 1.47
Kinetics Funds
$ 2.7 bil 8009303828
D Paradigm
27 16.00n .76
D Pardigm Ins 27 16.02 .76
Laudus Rosenberg
$ 4.9 bil 8004473332
B IntlMktMsInv 27 12.08n .55
B IntlMktMsSel 27 12.10 .55
D USDiscSel
32 11.36n .87
Lazard Instl
$ 6.4 bil 8008236300

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Mutual Fund

% Change

$ Net
Assets

Best % Change Last 4 Weeks:


First Eagle Gold A
Fidelity Sel Gold
Amer Cent Inv Glbl Gold Eq
Evergreen A PreciousMtl
Rydex H MgdFutreSt
Van Eck Intl Gold A

"
"
"
"
: "
"

14
7
5
5
4
2

702 mil
1.7 bil
860 mil
480 mil
566 mil
518 mil

Best % Change Last 8 Weeks:


Rydex H MgdFutreSt
FBR SmFinl Inv
First Eagle Gold A
Fidelity RealEstInc
Fidelity Sel Gold
Evergreen A PreciousMtl

: " 7
: # 5
# 9
: # 15
# 18
# 19

566 mil
131 mil
702 mil
391 mil
1.7 bil
480 mil

Best % Change Last 12 Weeks:


Rydex H MgdFutreSt
FBR SmFinl Inv
Fidelity RealEstInc
Blackrock A HealthSciOp
Eaton Vance A WW HlthSci
Putnam A Hlth Science

: " 1
:
0
: # 15
# 15
: # 16
# 17

566 mil
131 mil
391 mil
615 mil
1 bil
1.4 bil

U.S. Stock Fund Cash Position


High (11/01) 5.3% Low (12/06) 3.4%
MAR 07
APR 07
MAY 07
JUN 07
JUL 07
AUG 07
36 Mos
Performance
Rating Fund

3.5% MAR 08
4.0%
3.6% SEP 07
3.7% APR 08
4.0%
3.6% OCT 07
3.9% MAY 08
4.1%
3.6% NOV 07
3.9% JUN 08
4.3%
3.6% DEC 07
3.9% JUL 08
4.3%
3.6% JAN 08
3.5% FEB 08
3.9% AUG 08
4.4%
4 Wk Net
36 Mos
4 Wk Net
% Asset NAV Performance
% Asset NAV
Chg Value Chg Rating Fund
Chg Value Chg

A+ Emerg Mkts 31 12.93n .50


Lazard Open
$ 2.1 bil 8008236300
A+ Emerg Mkts 31 13.06n .50
Legg Mason
$ 17.9 bil 8008225544
A+ Emerg Mkt 32 12.85n .49
E OpporFinInt 36 6.83n .67
E Opport Pri 36 6.58n .65
E OpportInstl 36 6.97n .68
E SpecialInv 40 15.54n 1.49
E Value Fncl 30 31.38n 2.35
E Value Instl 30 32.27n 2.42
E Value Tr
30 27.99n 2.10
Legg Mason Partners
$ 40.9 bil 8004512010
E Agg Gr B
30 58.31n 4.17
E Aggr Gr I
30 70.19n 5.02
E AggressGr A 30 66.68 4.77
E Agress Gr C 30 59.03 4.23
B Apprec A
24 10.23 .71
C+ Apprec B
24 9.85n .69
D+ CA Muni A
7 15.09 .07
D Cap & Inc A
.. no quote
B DivStrategy1 21 12.51 .92
Equity O
25 9.09 .68
E Fund Val A 26 9.67 .73
E Fund Val B 26 8.91n .67
C IntTrmMuniA 5 6.01 .01
E Lg Gr A
24 16.31 .98
C Mgd Muni A 7 14.35 .06
C+ NY Muni A
5 12.42 .04
Leuthold Funds
$ 3.9 bil 8002736886
Asset Allo
21 7.79 .32
Asset Allo
21 7.79 .31
A+ CoreInv
21 12.68n .41
LKCM Funds
$ 931 mil 8006885526
D SmCapEqInst 27 13.11n .93
Longleaf Prtnrs
$ 19.9 bil 8004459469
D+ Intl
23 11.87n .78
E Partners
35 18.15n 1.66
D+ Small Cap
29 15.60n 1.46
Loomis Syls
$ 32.8 bil 8006333330
C Bond Instl 17 10.78 .20
C Bond Ret
17 10.75 .19
C Glob Bd Ret 8 13.79n .15
C GlobBd Inst 8 13.90 .16
D SmCapVl Inst 27 16.78n 1.39
D+ Strat Inc A 18 10.90 .22
D Strat Inc C 18 10.95 .22
A Value Y
26 14.07n 1.01
Loomis Syls Inv
$ 1.2 bil 8006333330
B+ Fixed Income 15 11.16n .17
Lord Abbett A
$ 34.8 bil 8002016984
D Affiliated
26 8.43 .82
B All Value
26 8.26 .59
A Alpha Strat 28 15.24 1.01
D+ Bal Strat
20 7.99 .39
C+ Bond Deben 14 6.21 .11
A Dvlp Grwth 28 11.31 .67
E HiYldMuniBd 11 11.47 .10
C+ IntlCoreEq 24 8.86 .47
E Mid Cap Val 29 10.58 .69
E Natl Tax Fr 10 9.47 .08
B Res Lg Core 25 21.00 1.58
D ResAmerVal 21 8.61 .42
A+ ResSmallVal 28 19.60 1.47
B Sml Blend 27 11.18 .90
Lord Abbett B
$ 3.1 bil 8004261130
E Affiliated
26 8.46n .83
C Bond Deben 15 6.22n .11
Lord Abbett C
$ 4.9 bil 8004261130
E Affiliated
26 8.44n .82
C All Value
26 7.88n .56
C Bond Deben 14 6.23n .10
Lord Abbett I
$ 3.4 bil 8004261130
D Affiliated
26 8.45n .82
A DvlpGrwth 28 11.89n .71
A+ ResSmVal 28 20.73n 1.55
Lord Abbett P
$ 1.4 bil 8002016984
A+ ResSmallVal 28 19.42n 1.45
E LSV Val Eq 30 10.28n 1.01

MNO
MainStay A Fds
$ 6.4 bil 8006246782
B High Yld Cp 13 4.98 .07
MainStay B Fds
$ 1.9 bil 8006246782
C Hi Yld Cp
12 4.95n .07
Mainstay I Fds
$ 3.3 bil
A Indexed Bd 3 10.52 .08
C MAP
28 22.22 1.62
D S&P500 Idx
.. no quote
Mairs & Power
$ 2.5 bil 8003047404
A Growth
23 55.48n 4.33
Managers Funds
$ 7.8 bil 8005484539
C Bond
13 20.42n .29
B+ Fremont Bond 6 9.85n .10
A MidGrowInst 27 8.70n .59
A Sh Dura Govt 0 9.48n .01
E SpecialEq
30 38.32n 2.61
A TimsqSmGr I 26 7.80n .53
Manning & Napier Fu
$ 3.2 bil 8004663863
A ProBlndExtS .. no quote
A ProBlndModS .. no quote
A+ WorldOppA
.. no quote
Marshall Funds
$ 3.0 bil 8005803863
A GovtIncomeY 3 9.27n .10
Marsico Funds

$ 9.3 bil 8888608686


A 21st Century 25 10.26n .69
D Focus
25 12.56n .66
E Growth
26 13.43n .76
A Intl Opp
27 9.55n .55
Mass Mutl Prem
$ 4.7 bil 8005426767
B+ Core Bond S 4 10.47n .08
B+ Intl Eq S
26 10.15n .28
Mass Mutl Select
$ 10.9 bil 8005426767
D Index Eq S 27 8.57n .70
Masters' Select
$ 2.7 bil 8009600188
A Intl
23 10.97n .47
Matthews Asian
$ 7.2 bil 8007892742
A+ China
26 19.74n 1.02
A+ Gr & Inc
20 13.05n .37
India
31 10.67n .60
A+ Pac Tiger I 26 15.05n .68
A Merger Fund 8 13.86n .11
Meridian Funds
$ 3.0 bil 8004466662
A Growth
25 26.30n 1.98
A Value
23 23.05n 1.44
Merk Hard Funds
$ 340 mil 8666375386
A+ CurrencyInv 1 10.64 .08
Metro West
$ 8.3 bil 8002414671
D Low Dur Bd
.. no quote
A Total Ret Bd
.. no quote
A Total Ret Bd I .. no quote
Metzler/Payden Inves
$ 418 mil 8666738637
A Euro EmgMkt .. no quote
MFS Funds A
$ 42.2 bil 8006372929
C Bond
9 10.79 .12
D Core Equity 29 11.52 .93
B Core Growth 25 13.23 .80
A+ Emrg Mk Eq 32 20.12 .96
A GlblTotRet 14 10.99 .41
A Global Eq
24 17.80 1.12
A Govt Secs
1 9.60 .06
B Growth
26 26.91 1.57
C Growth Allo 24 10.06 .57
A Intl Growth 25 15.86 .76
D Intl Nw Ds 28 13.68 .54
B+ IntlDivrs A 25 9.29 .44
B+ MA Inv Tr
26 13.85 .97
D MA InvGrSk 27 9.98 .59
C+ Mod Alloc
19 10.20 .45
D Muni Hi Inc 8 7.05 .05
C+ Research
28 17.06 1.30
B+ Resrch Intl 26 11.13 .57
C+ Rsrch Bond 6 8.99 .09
C Total Ret
19 11.27 .53
A+ Util
30 10.87 .68
B+ Value
27 16.91 1.31
MFS Funds B
$ 6.9 bil 8006372929
D+ Total Ret B 19 11.26n .54
A+ Util
30 10.83n .68
B Value
27 16.82n 1.30
MFS Funds C
$ 6.1 bil 8006372929
D+ Total Ret
19 11.31n .54
A+ Util
30 10.84n .68
B Value
27 16.78n 1.30
MFS Funds I
$ 8.8 bil 8006372929
C+ Intl Nw Ds 28 14.04n .55
E MidCapVal 34 7.88n .77
B Research
28 17.40n 1.33
B Rsrch Bond 6 8.99n .09
B+ Rsrch Intl
26 11.48n .59
A Value
27 16.99n 1.32
MFS Instl Funds
$ 2.5 bil 8006372929
A Intl Eq
24 12.57n .72
Morgan Stan
$ 671 mil 8008696397
A LtdDurUSGvt 0 9.28n .04
Morgan Stan A
$ 5.6 bil 8008696397
E EqWtS&P500 30 23.27 1.99
E FocGrowth 31 18.77 1.23
A SpecialVal 29 9.50 .73
A Strategist 17 14.79 .55
Morgan Stan B
$ 6.5 bil 8008696397
E DivGrSecs 27 11.38n .94
C USGovtSecs 1 8.28n .06
Morgan Stan I
$ 2.6 bil 8008696397
D TaxEx Secs 9 9.80n .11
Morgan Stan Ins
$ 22.7 bil 8005487786
B+ ActIntlAlI
23 9.06n .43
D CapGr I
30 13.55n .79
E CorPlFxd I
4 9.14n .07
A+ Emer Mkts I 32 14.65n .83
B Intl Eq P
21 12.01n .60
B IntlEq I
21 12.16n .60
D IntlRealEsI 27 14.77n .92
E Ltd Dur I
2 7.94n .02
D+ MdCpGrP
30 17.89n 1.18
D+ MidCapGr I 30 18.40n 1.21
C MunicipalI 7 11.36n .07
E SmCoGr I
26 7.74n .51
A US SmlValI 29 16.23n 1.28
A+ USRealEstI 32 10.18n 1.08
E Muhlnkmp 23 40.27 2.22
Munder A
$ 3.3 bil 8004385789
D+ MidCoreGr b 29 17.19 1.31
Munder Y
$ 2.6 bil 8002393334
C Mid Core Gr 29 17.49n 1.33
Nationwide D
$ 1.2 bil 8008480920
E Nationwide 30 10.10 .83

36 Mos
Performance
Rating Fund

Mutual Fund

4 Wk Net
36 Mos
% Asset NAV Performance
Chg Value Chg Rating Fund

Nationwide Funds Ins


$ 5.0 bil 8008480920
A Bond Index 3 10.51n .08
C+ Intl Idx
.. no quote
C MidMktIdx 30 9.60n .75
D S&P500 Idx 27 7.63n .63
Nationwide Funds Ser
$ 3.9 bil 8008480920
D InvDestAggr
.. no quote
D+ InvDestMod
.. no quote
D InvDstMdAg
.. no quote
Natixis Funds
$ 2.0 bil 8002255478
A+ CGM TargEqA 23 7.95 .50
Neubg Brm Adv
$ 1.2 bil 8008779700
A+ Genesis
26 20.34n 1.39
E Partners
35 11.40n .99
Neubg Brm Inv
$ 13.7 bil 8008779700
D Focus
28 17.29n 1.24
A+ Genesis
26 24.31n 1.66
A+ Genesis I
26 33.45n 2.30
C Guardian
28 11.54n .82
A MidGrwth
27 6.73n .41
E Partners
35 17.10n 1.49
C+ Soc Respons 27 17.13n 1.21
Neubg Brm Tr
$ 6.9 bil 8008779700
A+ Genesis
26 34.89n 2.39
E Partners
35 13.17n 1.14
New Covenant
$ 1.7 bil 8008586127
E Growth
26 22.13n 1.56
A+ NewAltrntve 28 31.06 1.23
Nicholas Group
$ 2.4 bil 8002275987
E Nicholas
24 30.94n 2.11
Northeast Inv
$ 956 mil 8002256704
D Trust
13 5.45n .09
Northern
$ 18.1 bil 8005959111
BondIndex 3 9.77 .08
EmergMktsEq 30 6.98 .27
B Fixed Income 3 9.43n .08
GlbRlEstIdx 32 6.03 .54
D+ Hi Yld Fx Inc 14 6.07n .09
C Intl Eq Idx
24 8.26 .37
B Intl Growth Eq 25 6.90n .31
C Intmd Tax Ex 6 9.54n .06
MltMgrIntEq 25 6.94 .31
A ShInt US Gv
.. no quote
B+ Sm Cap Val 28 10.20n 1.03
D Stock Index 27 11.24n .92
C Tax Ex
7 9.50n .09
Northern Instl
$ 2.1 bil 8006371380
A Bond A
3 18.94n .15
D Equity Index A 27 9.70n .80
Nuveen Cl A
$ 8.9 bil 8002578787
E Hi Yld Muni 14 16.08 .28
A+ TrdwndValOp 21 20.58 1.08
Nuveen Cl C
$ 2.4 bil 8002578787
E Hi Yld Muni 14 16.07n .28
Nuveen Cl R
$ 6.5 bil 8002578787
E HiYldMuniBd 14 16.08n .29
C+ IntmDurMun 5 8.33n .04
A+ TrdwndValOp 21 20.64 1.08
Oakmark I
$ 28.6 bil 8006256275
A+ Equity & Inc 15 22.73n .88
A Global
26 15.45n 1.04
D Intl
26 12.62n .66
D Intl Sm Cap 28 9.00n .34
D Oakmark
27 27.79n 1.78
E Select
29 15.91n .89
Old Westbury
$ 6.9 bil 8006072200
A+ GlobalSmall 16 9.77 .18
A Mid Cap Eq 3 13.28n ..
E NonUSLgCap 20 7.70n .46
A+ Real Return 27 8.87 .29
Olstein
$ 998 mil 8007992113
E AllCapValC 31 8.30n .70
Oppenheimer A
$ 84.7 bil 8884700862
E ActiveAlloc 25 7.78 .46
E AMT Fr Muni
.. no quote
E AMT Free NY
.. no quote
E Balanced
22 9.06 .38
E CA Muni
.. no quote
E Cap Apprec 30 29.90 2.01
E Cap Income 23 7.80 .35
E Champ Inc 33 4.96 .22
E ComStrTotRt 19 6.14 .10
E Core Bond 14 7.96 .13
A+ Develop Mkt 29 26.73 1.10
B Discovery
27 36.68 2.04
E Equity
30 6.05 .49
E Glob Opport 29 19.31 1.12
D Global
28 42.45 2.50
A+ Gold&SpMin 12 20.25 1.04
A Intl Bond
4 5.86 .06
B+ Intl Growth 26 18.05 .56
E Intl Sm Co 28 10.40 .06
IntlDivers
25 7.67 .24
D Ltd Muni
.. no quote
B+ Ltd Trm Gvt 2 9.43 .03
E Main Street 28 22.29 1.83
E MainSt Opp 28 8.32 .68
D MainStSC
31 12.49 1.06
E ModerateInv 22 8.07 .36
E PA Muni
.. no quote
A+ RealEstate 32 13.23 1.45
A RisingDivs 24 12.06 .93
E Sml Mid Val 35 19.45 1.67
A Strat Inc
9 3.77 .05
A US Govt
4 9.05 .08
E Value
30 14.99 1.46
Oppenheimer B
$ 7.1 bil 8884700862
E Cap Apprec 30 26.89n 1.81
A+ Dev Mkt
29 26.34n 1.09
E Global
28 39.19n 2.30
E Main Street 28 21.50n 1.76
Oppenheimer N
$ 3.6 bil 8884700862
A+ Develop Mkt 29 26.12n 1.07

% Change

Best % Change Last 16 Weeks:


FBR SmFinl Inv
Rydex H MgdFutreSt
Eaton Vance A WW HlthSci
Blackrock A HealthSciOp
Rydex Investor Biotech
Putnam A Hlth Science
Frank/Tmp Fr A Biotch Dsc
Fidelity Sel Biotechnlgy
Fidelity Sel Med Eq & Sys
ICON Healthcare
Fidelity Sel Pharm
Schwab Health Care
Best % Change Last 39 Weeks:
Rydex H MgdFutreSt
FBR SmFinl Inv
Columbia Z Real Est Eq
Frank/Tmp Fr A Biotch Dsc
Rydex Investor Biotech
Eaton Vance A WW HlthSci
Fidelity Sel Med Eq & Sys
Oppenheimer A ComStrTotRt
Fidelity Sel Biotechnlgy
Credit Suisse Common CommodRtn
ING Fds T,M,Q&I Real Est I
Fidelity RealEstInc
4 Wk Net
36 Mos
% Asset NAV Performance
Chg Value Chg Rating Fund

A IntlBond
4 5.84n .07
Oppenheimer Y
$ 13.1 bil 8884700862
E Capital Apprec 30 30.95n 2.09
E Core Bond 14 7.95n .13
A+ DevelopMkts 29 26.78n 1.10
D Global
28 42.75n 2.51
A IntlBond
4 5.86 .06
IntlGr
26 18.03n .56
D Main Street 28 22.44n 1.83
D MainStSmCp 31 13.12n 1.11
A+ RealEstate 32 13.27n 1.46
A Strat Inc
9 3.77n .05
A USGovt
4 9.08n .08
D Value
30 15.35n 1.49
Oppenhmr C&M
$ 15.5 bil 8884700862
E ActiveAlloc 25 7.68n .44
E Cp Apprc C 30 26.68n 1.79
A+ Devlp Mkt C 29 25.92n 1.07
E Global C
28 39.89n 2.34
A+ Gold&SpMin 12 19.22n .99
B+ Intl Bond C 4 5.84n .06
E Main St C
28 21.41n 1.75
B Strat Inc C
9 3.77n .04
Oppenhmr Quest
$ 5.6 bil 8884700862
E Bal B
23 10.21n .62
E Bal Val A
23 10.42 .63
A Opp Val A
14 23.07 .71
Oppenhmr Roch
$ 21.1 bil 8884700862
C LtdTrmNY A
.. no quote
D LtdTrmNY C
.. no quote
E Muni A
.. no quote
E Muni C
.. no quote
E NatlMuni A
.. no quote
E NatlMuni C
.. no quote
Optimum Instl
$ 2.3 bil 8009140278
B Fixed Inc
5 8.24n .07
D Lrg Cap Val 27 7.53n .62
E Lrg Cp Grow 28 7.82n .44

PQR
Pacific Cap Inst
$ 1.5 bil 8002589232
A HgCrFxInY
3 10.62n .02
Parnassus
$ 1.6 bil 8009993505
A+ Equity Inc
24 18.84n 1.39
A Parnassus 28 25.07n 1.92
Pax World
$ 2.4 bil 8007671729
D Balance
20 17.48n .83
Payden Funds
$ 2.0 bil 8005729336
A GNMA
.. no quote
A Short Bond
.. no quote
Permanent Port
$ 3.8 bil 8005315142
A+ Portfolio
8 32.25n .94
Phoenix A
$ 6.6 bil 8002434361
C VirBalance 19 10.23 .49
A VirForOpps 26 16.20 1.11
C VirMulScSh 7 4.06 .04
A+ VirRlEsSec 30 20.48 2.17
PIMCO A
$ 27.4 bil 8004260107
C All Asset
15 10.27 .28
D Commod RR 20 11.87 .04
A+ DevLocalMkt 10 9.22 .14
D High Yield 17 7.15 .17
B Low Dur
4 9.48 .04
B Real Return 10 10.10 .07
A Total Retrn 5 10.22 .09
PIMCO Admin
$ 31.5 bil 8009274648
D Commod RR 20 11.89n .04
ForBondUnhg 5 9.52 .11
D High Yield 17 7.15n .17
B+ Real Return 10 10.10n .07
B+ Short Term 1 9.63n .02
A Total Retrn 5 10.22n .09
PIMCO B
$ 2.6 bil 8004260107
B Real Rtrn
10 10.10n .07
B+ Total Retrn 5 10.22n .09
PIMCO C
$ 9.1 bil 8004260107
D All Asset
15 10.19n .27
D Commod RR 20 11.74 .04
B Real Return 10 10.10n .07
B+ Total Retrn 5 10.22n .09
PIMCO D
$ 11.8 bil 8004260107
D Commod RR 20 11.88 .04
A+ DevLocMkt 10 9.22 .14
B Real Return 10 10.10n .07
A Total Retrn 5 10.22n .09
PIMCO Instl
$ 152 bil 8009274648
C+ All Asset
15 10.33n .28
D Commod RR 20 11.97 .03
A+ DevLocalMkt 10 9.22 .14
C Diverse Inc 11 9.14 .17
B+ Emrg Mkt Bd 14 8.77n .16
D Float Inc
9 8.01n .02
B ForBondUnhg 5 9.52 .11
C+ Foreign Bd 5 9.55n .09
B Global Bond 5 9.27n .11
D High Yield 17 7.15n .17
B InvGrCorpBd 9 9.38n .10
B+ Low Dur
4 9.48n .04
A LT US Govt
4 10.74n .13
B+ Mod Duration 5 9.59n .07
A MortBack
3 10.40n .07
C Real Asset 14 10.11 .13
B+ Real Return 10 10.10n .07
A RealEstRR 42 3.54 .50
B+ Short Term 1 9.63n .02
A Tot Retn III 5 8.94n .08
A Total Ret II 4 9.83n .08
A Total Retrn 5 10.22n .09
Pioneer A
$ 20.5 bil 8002256292
C+ CullenValue 24 13.90 .93
A+ EmergeMkts 33 17.02 .67
B+ Eqty Inc
26 19.76 1.85
C Glob Hi Yld 14 9.00 .11
C High Yield 19 7.68 .18
E Independnc 32 6.69 .40
D Mid Value
28 14.50 1.36

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# 12
# 13
# 13
# 15
# 15
# 15
# 17
# 17

131 mil
566 mil
1 bil
615 mil
125 mil
1.4 bil
381 mil
1.5 bil
1.6 bil
168 mil
148 mil
700 mil

: " 3
: # 6
# 17
# 17
# 17
: # 17
# 17
# 19
# 19
# 19
# 19
: # 20

566 mil
131 mil
282 mil
381 mil
125 mil
1 bil
1.6 bil
845 mil
1.5 bil
811 mil
451 mil
391 mil

4 Wk Net
36 Mos
% Asset NAV Performance
Chg Value Chg Rating Fund

C+ Pioneer
26 30.69 2.28
B+ Strat Inc
8 9.36 .10
E Value
27 8.81 .88
Pioneer B
$ 1.8 bil 8002256292
D High Yield 19 7.71n .19
Pioneer C
$ 3.1 bil 8002256292
C CullenValue 24 13.69 .92
D High Yield 19 7.79 .19
Pioneer Y
$ 4.4 bil 8002256292
C+ CullenValue 24 13.99 .93
Price Advisor
$ 11.5 bil 8006385660
D Blu Chp Gr 29 24.24n 1.50
D+ Equity Inc
27 17.20n 1.53
D Growth Stk 27 20.17n 1.17
A Intl Bond
2 9.36n .10
C+ Mid Cap Gr 27 36.01n 2.14
D Retire 2030 25 12.14n .72
A SmlCapVal 27 26.05n 2.08
D+ Value
29 16.25n 1.26
Price Funds
$ 244 bil 8006385660
Afrc&MidE 24 7.62n .02
C Balanced
20 14.58n .66
D BlueChip Gr 29 24.26n 1.50
B+ CapApprc
23 14.65n .83
B Dividend Gr 26 16.62n 1.23
A EmergMktBd 13 10.71n .14
A+ EmMktsInstl 34 16.57n .70
E EmrgEur&Med 40 13.61n .48
A+ EmrgMktStk 34 18.42n .76
D+ Equity Inc
27 17.24n 1.54
D Equity Index 27 24.43n 2.02
B+ Euro Stk
25 11.02n .64
B+ Global Stock 35 12.69n .79
A GNMA
2 9.32n .08
D+ Growth & Inc 27 14.06n 1.07
D Growth Stk 27 20.36n 1.19
D GrowthStk R 27 20.02n 1.16
A+ Health Sci 24 20.13n 1.41
C+ Hi Yld Adv
14 5.36n .10
C+ High Yld
14 5.37n .10
B High Yld Ins 12 7.93n .12
A InflProtBd
7 10.87n .13
InstFltRt
12 8.80n .16
A Intl Bond
2 9.37n .11
D+ Intl Gr&Inc 26 9.91n .51
D Intl Stock
29 9.02n .49
B IntlDiscov 27 26.20n .78
A+ Latin Amer 41 23.75n 1.06
E LgCpGrInstl 30 9.50n .55
C MD Tax Fr Bd 7 9.46n .09
A+ Media&Telcm 29 27.02n 1.61
C+ Mid Cap Gr 27 36.45n 2.16
B Mid Cap Val 27 15.03n 1.15
C+ New Amer Gr 26 21.19n 1.26
A+ New Asia
30 8.63n .44
A+ New Era
34 33.52n 2.55
A New Income 5 8.56n .09
E NewHorizns 30 19.06n 1.39
OverseasStk 25 6.03n .32
B PersnlStrIn 15 12.22n .40
D PersonlStrGr 26 15.80n .92
C PrsnlStrBal 21 13.59n .60
A Real Estate 32 13.13n 1.26
C Ret2020 Adv 23 11.99n .63
B Retire 2005 16 9.15n .35
C+ Retire 2010 19 11.97n .52
C Retire 2020 23 12.06n .64
D+ Retire 2030 25 12.22n .73
D Retire 2040 26 12.13n .75
D+ Retire 2045 26 8.04n .50
B Retire Inc
14 10.57n .33
C+ Retire2015 21 8.96n .44
C Retire2025 24 8.67n .49
D Retire2035 26 8.53n .53
E Sci & Tech 29 14.26n .45
A Sm Cap Value 27 26.22n 2.09
D SmCapStk 28 20.21n 1.58
D Spectrum Gr 28 12.74n .86
A Spectrum Inc 9 10.51n .23
A ST Bond
2 4.60n .03
B SumtMunInt 5 10.37n .05
C Tax Fr Inc
7 8.97n .08
D Tx Fr Hi Yld 9 9.93n .11
B+ Tx Fr Sh Intm 2 5.27n .01
A US Bond Idx 3 10.24n .09
A+ US Treas LT 1 12.16n .15
A+ US Trs Intm
0 5.67n .04
C VA Tax Fr Bd 8 10.36n .14
D+ Value
29 16.38n 1.28
Principal Funds
$ 57.6 bil 8002474123
C+ Balanced A 19 10.59 .49
D Bd & Mtg In 7 8.84n .11
E DiscLrgInst 27 9.35n .73
B DivrsIntlIn 26 7.51n .45
Eq Inc A
26 12.91 1.11
B+ HighYield A 13 6.47 .10
HiYieldInst 14 8.67n .15
D Intl Gr Ins
28 6.98n .41
A+ IntlEmMkt J 32 13.53 .71
E Life 2040 I
26 8.81 .56
C Lrg Gr Inst 26 5.90n .37
E LT 2010 In
20 9.14n .41
E LT 2020 In
23 9.12n .50
E LT 2030 Instl 24 8.82n .52
E Pref Secs I 26 5.91 .31
C PtrIntl Ins
26 8.95n .59
E PtrLgBl Ins 27 6.82n .53
E PtrLgGrI In 30 5.23n .30
B PtrLgGrII I
26 5.72 .40
PtrLVa I In 30 8.22 .78
E PtrLVa Inst 28 7.81n .74
PtrMdGr In 31 6.17n .39
D PtrMdValI I 29 8.21 .69
A Real Est I
28 11.64 1.20
D+ StrAsBal C 19 10.50n .49
D StrAsConGrB 23 10.76n .66
D StrAsConGrC 23 10.67n .66
D+ StrAsStrGrA 26 11.77 .84
D+ StrAstBal B 19 10.56n .50
C StrAstCnGrA 23 11.19 .69
Prudent Bear Fds
$ 1.5 bil 8007111848
A+ Bear
+29 8.32n +.42
A+ Glob Inc
0 12.29n .06
Putnam A
$ 50.1 bil 8002251581
B+ AmerGovtInc 5 8.54 .15

$ Net
Assets

4 Wk Net
% Asset NAV
Chg Value Chg

D Asset All Gr 24 9.19 .55


E Asst All Bal 21 8.50 .44
D CA Tax Ex
8 7.17 .05
D Conv Inc&Gr 24 13.50 .55
E Diversifd Inc 12 7.57 .19
B Equity Inc
26 10.67 .92
E Glob Eqty
27 6.52 .42
C GlobNatRes 35 15.62 1.35
E Gr & Inc
26 9.36 .80
E Grge Fd Bos 24 10.45 .66
C High Yield 16 6.03 .13
C Hlth Science 21 42.47 2.71
D+ Income
10 5.66 .11
D Intl Equity 26 15.24 .86
D Intl Gr&Inc 27 7.80 .49
C IntlCapOpps 29 20.62 .77
E Investors
26 8.80 .69
E Mid Cap Val 34 7.34 .69
E New Opport 27 32.58 2.17
E New Value 29 8.55 .76
C NY Tax Ex
7 7.78 .04
D+ Tax Ex Inc
7 7.79 .05
D Tx Fr Hgh Yld 9 10.90 .08
B US Govt Inc 7 12.26 .22
A Util Gr&Inc 25 9.73 .65
E Vista
31 6.65 .46
E Voyager
27 11.98 .78
Putnam M
$ 1.7 bil 8002251581
E Diversifd Inc 12 7.49 .19
Putnam Y
$ 7.6 bil 8002251581
E Growth & Inc 26 9.38n .80
D Income
9 5.71n .11
D Intl Equity 26 15.40n .86
E Investors
26 8.95n .70
E Voyager
27 12.45n .80
Quaker Funds
$ 1.2 bil 8002208888
C+ Strat Gr A
26 15.88 .88
Quant Funds
$ 1.3 bil 8003262151
A+ EmrgMktOrd 28 14.48n +.04
E ForeignValO 28 10.65n .10
Rainier Funds
$ 6.5 bil 8002486314
C Lg Equity
27 18.20n 1.23
C LgEq I
27 18.32n 1.24
B Sm/Mid Eq 32 22.02n 1.68
B+ Sm/Mid Eq I 32 22.44n 1.70
Ridgeworth
$ 12.2 bil 8779847321
C Hi Yield I
14 8.22n .13
B InGrTxEx I
6 11.05n .07
D Intl Eq I
27 8.26n .52
C+ IntlEqIdx I 26 10.98n .69
A Intmd Bd I
2 9.94 .06
A InvGrdBd I
3 10.27n .08
E LgCoreEq I 28 9.84n .76
B LgValEq I
27 8.83n .69
A MidValEq I 32 6.75n .59
A ShTrmBd I
3 9.42n .02
A SmValEq I 28 8.44n .73
A TotRetBondI 3 9.70n .08
A USGovSec I
0 10.60n .07
RiverSource A
$ 35.6 bil 8887913380
D Balanced
19 7.71 .43
E Discpln Eq 28 4.19 .37
C Div Oppor
25 5.63 .46
C Divers Bond 4 4.49 .04
C DivrsEqInc 29 7.05 .57
C+ Equity Val 28 8.03 .65
E Growth
27 19.19 1.25
B High Yield 14 2.24 .03
A InflProtSec 7 9.58 .05
E Lrg Cap Eq 27 3.20 .25
C Mid Cap Val 32 5.31 .42
E MidCapGr
33 5.70 .44
E PrInSelVal 29 5.15 .31
C PrtBldrMod 15 8.13 .26
D PrtFmtlVal 27 3.82 .30
D+ PrtModAggr 19 7.70 .32
D+ Strat Alloc 19 7.76 .37
E Tax Ex Bond 9 3.38 .04
E TaxExHiInc 9 3.77 .04
A+ TNEmgMkts 29 5.14 .24
D TNGlobalEq 26 5.05 .33
RiverSource B
$ 5.0 bil 8887913380
D DvrsEqInc r 29 7.06n .58
RiverSource I
$ 5.0 bil 8887913380
Divers Bd
4 4.50n .03
A Glbl Bond
3 6.42n .07
Royce Funds
$ 21.7 bil 8002214268
A LowPrStkSev 27 9.74n .66
B+ MicroCap I 26 10.03n .53
D Opport I
32 6.96n .54
B PA Mutl Inv 28 7.32n .55
C PAMutlCnst 28 6.78n .50
A+ Premier Inv 26 12.51n .75
A SpecialEq I 22 14.24n .90
B TotlRet I
28 8.71n .75
A Value Svc
30 7.13n .55
B ValuePlsSer 28 8.81n .62
RS Funds
$ 9.0 bil 8007663863
A+ CoreEqA
25 29.04 1.78
A+ EmergeMktsA 32 12.70 .49
B Glb Nat Res 35 20.26 1.54
E Partners
30 20.04 1.81
E Value
32 15.81 1.25
Russell Funds S
$ 23.8 bil 8007877354
B Divers Eqty
.. no quote
A+ EmergMkts 31 11.00n .45
A Intl Secs
.. no quote
C+ MultiStr Bd
.. no quote
D Quant Eqty
.. no quote
A+ Real EstSec 30 27.59n 2.90
C Special Gr
.. no quote
Russell Instl I
$ 6.1 bil 8007877354
C IntlDvlpMkt 25 24.07n 1.10
C StratBd
6 9.42n .10
E USCoreEqty 29 19.64n 1.49
E USQuanEqty 28 21.09n 1.73
Russell Lifepoint R3
$ 2.3 bil 8007877354
D+ Bal Strat
20 8.35 .37
D Gr Strat
24 7.87 .45

EXCHANGE TRADED FUNDS

INVESTOR'S BUSINESS DAILY

08 % Rel Acc 52-wk


Chg Str Dist high Fund

12-Month Winners & Losers


TOP 10

BOTTOM 10
Rel Str12-mth
Symbol Rtg % chg ETF

ETF

ProS
ProS
ProS
ProS
ProS
ProS
ProS
ProS
ProS
ProS

Ultsht
Ultsht
Ultsht
Ultsht
Ultsht
Ultsht
Ultsht
Ultsht
Ultsht
Ultsht

Semiconductor SSG
Financial
SKF
Industrial
SIJ
Russell2000 Grw SKK
QQQ
QID
Tech
REW
Mdcap 400
MZZ
S&P 500
SDS
Consumer Svc SCC
Russell 2000 TWM

08 % Rel Acc 52-wk


Chg Str Dist high Fund

99 164.2
99 151.9
99 145.1
99 138.1
99 128.2
99 128.1
99 126.6
99 125.2
99 119.7
99 117.1

ProS
ProS
ProS
ProS
ProS
ProS
ProS
ProS
ProS
ProS

Rel Str12-mth
Symbol Rtg % chg

Ultra
Ultra
Ultra
Ultra
Ultra
Ultra
Ultra
Ultra
Ultra
Ultra

Financials
Semiconnductor
Basic Material
Real Estate
QQQ
Russell 2000
Oil & Gas
S&P 500
Tech
Midcap 400

Div Close
Vol % 08 % Rel Acc 52-wk
Symbol Yld Price Chg Chg Chg Str Dist high Fund

UYG
USD
UYM
URE
QLD
UWM
DIG
SSO
ROM
MVV

7 -86.3
13 -77.5
4 -76.5
15 -75.4
15 -71.4
19 -70.3
8 -70.1
18 -69.4
19 -69.2
16 -68.9

Div Close
Vol %
Symbol Yld Price Chg Chg

For Thursday, October 9, 2008. Ranked by Relative Strength -0.2 91 C+ 102.0 Currencyshrs Swiss Fr FXF 1.2 88.22 -0.30 -58
-4.4 91 D 103.9 IS Lehmn 1-3 Yr Credit
.. 99 A- 27.0 Macrshrs $100 OilDwn DOY .. 27.50 0.93 -54 1.1 91 B- 38.7 PS DB Prec Metal
0.8 81.00 3.00 26 -6.7 91 D+ 79.8 VG Total Bond Mkt
0.8 91.70 5.71 133 -6.2 90 E 105.5 IS Leh Aggregte Bnd
0.8 90.50 11.00 -7 -8.0 89 E 112.1 IS Tr Lehman TIPS
1.0 103.72 11.55 131 -4.4 89 D- 30.8 PS DB US$ Bearish
0.6 155.00 15.00 11 -9.3 89 C+ 24.1 Spdr Lehmn Municipl
0.8 93.20 9.50 64 -9.5 88 E 83.0 VG Intrmed-Term
0.4 181.49 31.49 28 -7.0 87 D- 160.5 Currencyshrs Euro Tr
0.6 187.00 53.92 -21 -2.8 87 D 205.7 HT Biotech
0.5 122.87 12.69 90 -10.8 87 E 104.0 IS S&P Nat Muni
0.8 109.90 13.40 10 -15.7 87 E 27.5 PS Dyn Banking
0.9 190.00 20.50 59 -8.0 87 E 59.0 Spdr Lehmn Intl Trsy
0.7 178.00 19.50 27 -13.6 85 D+ 113.0 Currencyshrs Can Dlr
1.2 64.70 10.70 -12 .. 85 D 75.0 ProS Ultsht 20+ Yr
1.0 82.05 5.05 45 -15.0 85 E 25.9 PS Insrd Nat Muni
0.6 138.29 11.56 353 -14.3 84 C+ 211.4 Currencyshrs Brit Pnd
0.2 139.78 17.05 -11 -27.0 84 B 54.7 KBW Regionl Bankng
0.6 129.00 19.30 70 -17.7 83 D- 80.4 VG Consumer Staples
0.8 108.53 11.32 76 -18.1 82 E 30.3 Spdr Consumer Stapls
0.5 133.00 5.80 -34 -14.7 82 D- 69.8 Spdr S&P Biotech
0.2 120.00 14.89 -31 -17.5 81 B 108.3 IS Iboxx $ Investop
0.6 116.45 4.95 -5 -3.5 81 E 55.6 PS DB Oil
0.5 112.81 12.52 -58 -23.7 80 C+ 24.9 Spdr S&P Homebuldrs
0.6 163.85 16.09 57 -27.6 78 C 23.0 IS DJ US Home Const
0.6 85.50 4.70 56 -7.2 78 E 46.6 PS DB Commod Indx
0.5 101.86 7.46 19 -6.3 78 E 57.0 PS DB Energy
.. 99.57 -0.31 20 -8.3 78 D- 119.2 US Oil Fnd Lp
.. 24.89 0.07 -59 -21.2 77 D- 104.2 HT Retail
4.2 96.63 -0.82 -37 -24.7 77 C+ 68.9 IS DJ US Cnsmr Goods
.. 89.31 -0.44 166 -18.2 77 D- 90.9 IS Nasdaq Biotech
3.1 83.83 0.05 310 -20.0 76 D- 27.7 FrstTr Amex Biotech
3.5 109.44 -0.39 77 -21.6 76 E 19.3 PS Dyn Pharma
4.1 88.72 -0.90 31 -18.2 75 D- 99.1 IS DJ Transprtn Indx
.. 89.90 0.48 2 -26.4 75 D- 67.1 IS S&P Glb Cnsmr Stpl
5.0 101.47 -0.05 -35 -22.3 75 E 30.2 PS DB G10 Curr
3.5 110.40 -0.04 41 -26.4 75 D- 37.9 Spdr Health Care
.. 33.77 0.04 -48 -24.8 74 E 64.5 IS DJ US Medicl Devic
2.8 24.99 -0.01 -56 -25.0 74 B- 56.5 IS DJ US Pharmactls
1.6 45.97 0.05 -2 -34.0 74 B- 50.0 IS DJ US Region Bnks
3.4 76.71 0.51 6 -24.1 74 E 18.8 PS Dyn Retail
.. 25.40 0.35 -6 .. 74 E 62.8 Spdr DB Intl Gv InfPrct
1.3 67.32 1.54 282 -29.6 74 B- 62.2 Spdr S&P Dividend
2.7 22.67 0.47 -38 -26.5 73 D+ 73.5 IS DJ US Healthcare

52.2 99 A 80.3 ProS Short QQQ


PSQ
50.9 99 A- 88.0 ProS Short S&P 500
SH
122.6 99 A- 87.3 ProS Ultsht Basic Mat SMN
64.0 99 A- 95.0 ProS Ultsht CnsmrGds SZK
81.1 99 A 148.1 ProS Ultsht ConsmSvc SCC
85.7 99 A 84.3 ProS Ultsht Dow 30
DXD
81.7 99 B- 211.8 ProS Ultsht Financial SKF
143.3 99 A 145.4 ProS Ultsht FTSE/Xin FXP
118.3 99 A 118.3 ProS Ultsht Industrl
SIJ
100.4 99 A- 102.0 ProS Ultsht Mdcap 400 MZZ
157.1 99 A 172.8 ProS Ultsht MSCI EAFE EFU
143.6 99 A- 167.3 ProS Ultsht MSCIEmrg EEV
79.8 99 A 60.0 ProS Ultsht Oil & Gas DUG
116.0 99 A 80.0 ProS Ultsht QQQ
QID
108.1 99 A 127.4 ProS Ultsht R2000 Grw SKK
26.2 99 B 152.0 ProS Ultsht Real Est SRS
83.4 99 A 113.5 ProS Ultsht Russ 2000 TWM
100.3 99 A 99.3 ProS Ultsht S&P 500 SDS
136.4 99 B+ 135.5 ProS Ultsht Semicond SSG
71.2 99 B 114.0 ProS Ultsht Smcp 600 SDD
116.5 99 B+ 127.2 ProS Ultsht Tech
REW
122.5 99 B- 105.1 ProS Ultsht Utilities SDP
110.6 99 A 157.0 RX Inv 2X S&P 500
RSW
44.1 98 A- 81.3 ProS Short Dow 30
DOG
41.3 98 B+ 95.7 ProS Short Russ 2000 RWM
11.1 97 B 103.5 Currencyshrs Jpn Yen FXY
5.0 97 C+ 25.8 PS DB US$ Bullish
UUP
3.9 96 C+ 100.9 IS Lehmn 20+ Yr
TLT
8.3 95 A- 100.5 IS Comex Gold Trust IAU
2.0 95 C 84.6 IS Lehmn 1-3 Yr
SHY
3.7 95 C+ 111.8 IS Lehmn 3-7 Yr Treas IEI
2.0 95 C+ 92.6 IS Lehmn 7-10 Yr
IEF
9.0 95 B 100.4 Spdr Gold Trust
GLD
-0.3 94 E 104.5 IS Lehmn MBS Fixed MBB
0.7 94 B- 110.8 IS Lehmn Shrt Treas SHV
6.9 94 B 38.0 PS DB Gold Fund
DGL
-0.3 94 D- 26.9 PS VRDO Tax-Free
PVI
0.4 94 B+ 47.5 Spdr Leh 1-3 Mnth Tbil BIL
-0.4 94 D- 80.0 VG Short-Term Bond BSV
.. 94 B- 25.7 WT Dreyfus Chn Yuan CYB
.. 93 C+ 74.0 ProS Ultsht 7-10 Yr
PST
-0.5 93 D+ 25.2 Spdr Lehmn St Muni SHM

36 Mos
Performance
Rating Fund

U.S. Stock Fund Cash Position


High (11/01) 5.3% Low (12/06) 3.4%
MAR
APR
MAY
JUN
JUL
AUG

07
07
07
07
07
07

36 Mos
Performance
Rating Fund

3.6%
3.6%
3.6%
3.6%
3.6%
3.5%

SEP
OCT
NOV
DEC
JAN
FEB

07
07
07
07
08
08

3.5%
3.7%
3.9%
3.9%
3.9%
3.9%

MAR
APR
MAY
JUN
JUL
AUG

4 Wk Net
36 Mos
% Asset NAV Performance
Chg Value Chg Rating Fund

Russell Lifepoints C
$ 3.6 bil 8007877354
D Bal Strat
20 8.29 .36
D Gr Strat
24 7.79 .45
Russell Lifepoints E
$ 1.8 bil 8007877354
D+ Bal Strat
20 8.35 .36
Russell Lifepoints S
$ 1.5 bil 8007877354
C Bal Strat
20 8.39 .36
Rydex H
$ 996 mil 8008200888
MgdFutreSt + 4 28.03n .07
Rydex Investor
$ 2.1 bil 8008200888
A InvS&P500 +32 55.37n +3.55
D Ndq
28 8.45n .37

STU
Schroder Funds
$ 1.7 bil 8004643108
D Muni Bd Inv 8 8.68n .04
C NorthAmerEq 26 7.17n .55
A+ US Opps Inv r 26 15.27n 1.14
Schwab Funds
$ 34.2 bil 8004354000
D 1000Idx Inv 27 27.00n 2.16
D 1000Idx Sel 27 27.01n 2.17
C Core Equity 27 12.51n .95
C Div Eq Sel
24 9.89n .80
C Health Care 22 11.93n .88
D InstlS&P500 27 7.33n .59
B Intl Idx Sel 25 13.99n .94
B Intl Index Inv 25 13.98n .93
C MktTrck All Eq 27 9.03n .72
C MTGrwth
23 13.24n .85
D PremEqtySel 29 7.64n .62
D S&P 500 Inv 27 14.30n 1.16
D S&P500 Slct 27 14.36n 1.17
C Sm Cap Inv 30 12.94n 1.18
C+ Sm Cap Select 30 12.97n 1.18
D Tot Bd Mkt
5 8.79n .12
D TotStkIdxInv 27 16.03n 1.27
D+ TotStkIdxSel 27 16.08n 1.27
Security Funds
$ 1.8 bil 8008882461
B+ MidCapVal A 28 21.47 1.79
SEI Portfolios
$ 25.4 bil 8003425734
C CoreFxdInst A 7 9.12n .11
A Emrg Mkt A 30 8.54n .32
D High Yld Bond 15 6.00n .09
E Intl Equity A 28 6.97n .37
D Intl Fxd Inc A 3 10.43n .06
A IntlEmrgMkt A 14 8.43n .10
C+ Intmd Muni A 5 10.22n .04
E Larg Cp Val A 28 12.04n 1.15
E Lge Cp Gr A 28 14.47n .95
D S&P 500 Idx E 27 25.23n 2.08
E Sm Cp Gr A 34 10.17n .78
D+ Sm Cp Val A 31 11.32n 1.11
E TxMgdLgCp A 28 8.58n .70
Selected Funds
$ 11.1 bil 8002431575
D American D 27 29.62n 2.33
D American S 27 29.54 2.33
Seligman Group
$ 6.4 bil 8002212783
A Com & Inf C 25 21.18 .74
A Com&Inf A 25 25.09 .88
Sentinel Group
$ 4.1 bil 8002823863
B CmmnStk A 26 22.04 1.59
A Govt Sec A
2 10.43 .06
A Small Co A 27 4.97 .38
A Sequoia
19 103.05n 4.05
Sit Funds
$ 1.6 bil 8003325580
A US Govt
0 10.75n .02
D+ Sound Shore 28 24.04n 1.95
SSGA Funds
$ 7.4 bil 8006477327
Emerg Mkts 31 13.83 .59
A+ Emerg Mkts 31 13.81n .59
B Intl Stk Sel 24 8.26n .48
D S&P 500 Idx 27 14.99n 1.23
State Frm Asc
$ 5.4 bil 3097662029
A Balanced
15 45.38n 2.09
A Growth
22 41.20n 3.23
A Interim
+ 1 10.10 .02

08
08
08
08
08
08

4.0%
4.0%
4.1%
4.3%
4.3%
4.4%

4 Wk Net
% Asset NAV
Chg Value Chg

Stratton Funds
$ 1.0 bil 8006345726
B Sm Cap Yield 25 34.61n 2.43
SunAmerica
$ 2.3 bil 8008588850
A GNMA A
1 11.35 .08
Target Funds
$ 2.4 bil 8004428748
A Intmd Bond 3 10.33n .11
A Tot Ret Bd
7 10.00n .15
TCM Funds
$ 550 mil 8005363230
A TCMSmGr
29 19.44 1.36
TCW Funds
$ 6.0 bil 8003863829
E Div Foc
29 7.33n .70
E Select Eq I 27 12.22n .74
A TotRetBd I
1 9.38n .04
A TotRetBd N 1 9.73n .04
Templeton Instl
$ 9.3 bil 8003218563
A+ Emerg Mkt 25 10.28n .40
A Foreign Eqty 24 16.15n .96
TFS Capital
$ 380 mil 8888374446
A+ MktNeutrl 10 12.89n .08
Third Avenue
$ 14.3 bil 8008808442
D Intl Value
23 12.35n .73
D Real Est Val 27 17.15n 1.27
C+ SmllCapVal 28 16.45n 1.24
E Value
32 32.80n 2.17
Thornburg A
$ 12.0 bil 8008470200
E Core Growth 27 10.46 .57
A Income Bldr 20 14.04 .73
A+ Intl Value
23 19.17 .98
B Ltd Mun Nat 3 13.13 .03
D Value
27 21.82 1.68
Thornburg C
$ 4.4 bil 8008470200
A Income Bldr 20 14.05n .72
A+ Intl Value
23 18.18n .92
Thornburg I
$ 8.4 bil 8008470200
A+ Intl Value
23 19.57n 1.00
D Value
27 22.17n 1.70
Thrivent Funds A
$ 6.7 bil 8008474836
D Lrg Cap Stk 27 16.43 1.28
E Mid Cap Stk 28 8.52 .69
C+ Muni Bond 6 10.42 .05
A+ ThWhite Intl 24 12.37n .56
TIAACREF Instl Reti
$ 7.0 bil 8002231200
A Growth&Inc 25 6.56n .48
C IntlEquity
26 6.93n .41
C+ MidCapValue 31 10.98n .99
TIAACREF Instl Fun
$ 9.1 bil 8002231200
B+ Bond
3 9.59n .07
D Equity Idx
28 6.73n .56
Growth&Inc 25 7.82 .57
A InflLnkBond 7 9.77n .05
C IntlEquity
26 6.76n .40
A RealEstSecs 31 7.45n .80
D S&P500 Idx 27 10.43n .85
Tocqueville
$ 1.5 bil 8006973863
A+ Gold
5 28.88 1.27
E Torray
27 22.22n 1.40
Touchstone
$ 5.4 bil 8005430407
D Lg Cap Gr A 26 16.93 1.16
B+ MidCapGrA 29 14.75 1.12
E SandsCapGrI r 30 7.56 .59
Tr For Cr Union
$ 708 mil 8003425828
A Shrt Duratn
0 9.42n .03
A UltShDurGov 0 9.46n .02
Transamer Prem
$ 1.7 bil 8008927587
E Equity Inv 29 14.88n .99
Transamerica A
$ 4.1 bil 8882334339
E AstAllocGr
.. no quote
D AstAlMod
.. no quote
D AstAlModGr
.. no quote
A SmlMidVal 29 12.00 .81
Transamerica C
$ 4.6 bil 8882334339

CSJ
DBP
BND
AGG
TIP
UDN
TFI
BIV
FXE
BBH
MUB
PJB
BWX
FXC
TBT
PZA
FXB
KRE
VDC
XLP
XBI
LQD
DBO
XHB
ITB
DBC
DBE
USO
RTH
IYK
IBB
FBT
PJP
IYT
KXI
DBV
XLV
IHI
IHE
IAT
PMR
WIP
SDY
IYH

4 Wk Net
36 Mos
% Asset NAV Performance
Chg Value Chg Rating Fund

D AstAllModGr .. no quote
D AstAllocGr
.. no quote
D AstAlMod
.. no quote
Transamerica Partner
$ 7.8 bil 8007555801
B Core Bond
6 9.67n .10
B Core Bond
6 11.44n .12
D IAstAllIH
18 7.51n .28
A InflProSec
8 9.06n .05
E IntlEqty
28 5.13n .31
E Lg Growth 26 4.51n .27
E Lg Value
30 12.77n 1.16
E LgValue
30 6.84n .62
A MoneyMkt
0 10.63n ..
D StkIndex
27 6.07n .50
D StockIndex 27 7.07n .58
Turner Funds
$ 2.2 bil 8002246312
B+ EmergGrowth 29 35.44n 1.93
D Mid Cap Gr 30 20.20n 1.22
Tweedy Browne
$ 6.1 bil 8004324789
D Global Value 19 19.72n .44
UBS Investment Fds
$ 7.8 bil 8007947753
D DynAlpha A 17 8.56 .20
D GlobAlloc A 24 9.15 .53
E GlobAlloc C 24 8.91n .52
E US Lg Eq Y
30 11.80n .96
UBS Pace P
$ 7.6 bil 8006471568
A Glb Fxd Inc 2 10.69n .07
C Intl Eqty
25 10.76 .57
E Lrg Co Gr
26 12.02n .73
D Lrg Co Val
28 11.90n .95
A Secs Fxd Inc 2 12.88n .10
B+ Str Fxd Inc
7 12.88n .19
UMB Scout
$ 4.8 bil 8009962862
D+ Small Cap
27 11.03n .73
A Worldwide 23 22.99n 1.06
US Glob Inv
$ 4.0 bil 8008738637
B East Europe 36 6.67n .17
A+ GlbGoldMtl 2 10.92 .38
B+ Glob Resourc 32 8.18 .40
A+ WrldMineral 13 12.44 .47
USAA Group
$ 29.4 bil 8005318722
E Aggress Grth 25 23.25n 1.27
E BalancStrat 22 9.73 .50
D CA Bond
9 9.39n .12
B Capital Gr
25 5.29n .33
D CornerstStr 22 16.41n .80
A+ Emerging Mkt 31 12.22n .61
A GNMA Trust 2 9.59n .07
E Growth
28 10.36n .61
E Growth & Inc 29 10.29n .79
D Hi Yld Opps 14 6.53n .08
B Income
6 11.13n .16
E IncomeStk 27 9.08n .89
A International 24 17.15n .99
D+ Intm Trm Bd 8 8.53n .10
A+ Prcs Metals + 2 22.16n .72
D S&P 500
27 13.63n 1.12
D S&P500Rwd 27 13.63n 1.12
A Sh Term Bond 3 8.56n .05
C Tax Ex Intmd 7 11.83n .08
D Tax Ex LT
9 11.85n .13
B+ Tx Ex Sh Trm 2 10.39n .02
A World Gr
24 13.23n .82

VWX
VALIC Company
$ 955 mil 8004482542
IntlEq
24 6.17 .31
Value Line
$ 2.7 bil 8002230818
B EmergOpps 29 21.70n 1.48
Van Eck Funds
$ 1.4 bil 8002212220
A+ Glb Hrd Ast A 31 28.11 2.22
A+ Intl Gold A
+ 2 11.38 .42
Van Kamp A
$ 45.6 bil 8004215666
B+ Amer Val
30 17.35 1.68
D Cap Growth 29 7.42 .41
D Comstock 27 10.95 .81
E Corp Bond 11 5.46 .07
A+ Emrg Mkts 32 11.79 .66
E Enterprise 28 9.31 .59
D Eqty & Inc 18 6.40 .31
A Glb Franch 21 17.98 1.03
C+ Govt Secs
1 9.29 .07
D+ Gr & Inc
23 14.12 1.05
D Hi Yld Muni 10 8.96 .12
E Insur Tax Fr 9 14.88 .17
D Mid Cap Gr 30 15.64 1.06
E Muni Inc
10 12.02 .14
A+ Real Estate 32 12.86 1.39

4.4 96.61
.. 31.31
4.5 72.16
5.0 94.89
8.2 97.34
.. 26.36
4.2 20.20
4.9 70.00
3.7 136.08
.. 157.15
3.7 90.92
1.4 16.17
3.2 49.50
2.5 87.18
1.1 59.87
5.2 21.37
4.2 171.01
5.0 27.05
2.0 58.29
3.2 23.60
.. 50.63
6.3 86.47
.. 33.50
2.8 14.77
2.3 12.76
2.6 29.28
.. 33.07
.. 69.47
1.7 73.58
1.6 48.16
1.1 66.40
2.7 19.50
0.8 14.28
1.4 66.46
2.9 46.31
3.7 21.35
2.2 26.00
.. 45.60
1.0 40.36
6.0 24.81
.. 11.90
4.9 47.70
5.5 38.76
1.9 51.91

-0.10 2
0.13 -34
-2.32 29
0.22 49
-0.59 58
-0.19 -62
-0.05 17
-2.18 108
-0.68 -87
-6.35 80
-1.33 24
-1.63 28
0.31 221
-1.67 48
0.86 101
-0.15 61
-2.15 -60
-4.26 49
-3.32 -5
-1.30 185
-2.87 -10
-2.36 -19
-0.08 4
-0.63 -25
-1.13 -31
-0.75 -11
-1.20 -82
-2.79 -33
-4.06 15
-2.98 128
-3.77 -3
-0.82 -69
-0.76 -19
-3.61 25
-3.49 -9
-0.14 120
-1.35 104
-3.26 -3
-3.34 -53
-3.49 58
-0.73 -80
1.50 12
-4.12 80
-3.14 72

-28.3 73 E 74.3 Spdr DJ Wil SC Value DSV 3.7


-26.8 73 D- 64.0 VG Health Care
VHT 1.8
-24.1 72 E 20.6 PS Dyn Biotech
PBE ..
-29.4 72 D- 41.6 Spdr S&P Retail
XRT 1.1
-27.5 71 E 106.0 IS Iboxx Hi Yld Corp HYG10.9
-27.6 71 D- 62.0 IS S&P Glb Healthcare IXJ 3.2
-39.7 71 C+ 15.4 PS Hi Yld Eq Divdnd PEY 5.6
-37.7 70 B- 154.3 HT Regional Bank
RKH 5.5
-29.6 69 E 84.1 HT Pharmaceutical
PPH 3.7
-28.1 69 D- 28.2 PS Emrg Mkt Sovgn PCY 7.5
-29.7 69 E 48.2 Spdr Lehmn High Yld JNK12.6
.. 69 E 27.7 WT Dreyfs Brazil Real BZF ..
-22.1 67 E 98.8 Currencyshrs Aus Dlr FXA 6.9
-21.4 67 E 1.1 HT B2B Internet
BHH ..
-35.9 67 D 72.0 IS DJ Select Divdnd DVY 6.1
-31.0 67 E 70.2 IS DJ US Consumr Svc IYC 0.8
-30.5 67 E 81.1 IS Russell 2000 Val
IWN 2.6
-16.6 67 D- 76.6 IS S&P GSCI Commod GSG ..
-30.7 67 D- 80.2 IS S&P SC 600 Valu
IJS 2.4
-20.0 67 D 43.5 PS DB Agricult
DBA ..
-29.5 67 E 18.8 PS Dyn Sml Value
PWY 1.0
-19.3 66 E 73.2 Brcly Ipath DJ AIG Cm DJP ..
-30.5 66 E 59.2 VG Div Apprec
VIG 2.8
-30.1 65 E 16.1 HT Broadband
BDH 0.7
-31.3 65 E 76.0 IS S&P Smcp 600
IJR 1.6
-31.5 65 E 74.0 VG Small-Cp Value
VBR 0.1
-33.4 64 D- 53.9 IS S&P GSTI Softwre IGV ..
-19.0 64 D- 20.7 IS Silver Trust
SLV ..
-31.5 63 D- 75.4 IS S&P Smcp 600 Grw IJT 0.6
-36.2 62 D- 112.3 Fidelity Nasdaq Comp ONEQ 0.6
-34.5 62 E 21.8 PS Dyn Large Value PWV 3.1
-35.1 62 E 118.0 RX Russell Top 50
XLG 3.3
-36.0 62 D+ 62.4 VG Cnsmr Discretnry VCR 1.4
-36.6 62 D 64.8 WT Div Top 100
DTN 6.6
-35.5 62 E 63.5 WT LargeCap Div
DLN 4.1
-34.5 61 E 141.9 DJI Diamonds Trust
DIA 3.1
-36.4 61 E 14.1 IS MSCI Malaysia
EWM 4.9
-34.2 61 E 84.9 IS Russell 2000 Indx IWM 1.7
-33.7 61 E 38.3 Spdr Consmr Discrtnr XLY 1.9
-33.1 60 E 91.4 IS Mstar Small Core
JKJ 1.0
-36.9 60 D 73.6 IS S&P 100 Index
OEF 3.7
-42.9 60 D+ 54.4 KBW Bank
KBE 6.0
-21.3 60 D- 39.2 PS DB Silver
DBS ..
-30.4 60 D- 76.5 VG Reit
VNQ 7.2
-39.7 60 E 60.8 WT High-Yield Equity DHS 7.5
-21.5 59 E 28.0 PS DB Base Metal
DBB ..
-37.0 59 D 59.5 PS FTSE US 1500
PRFZ 1.3
-31.8 58 E 86.5 DJ Wilshire Reit
RWR 7.2
-36.8 58 D- 37.2 HT Semiconductors SMH 1.8
-45.5 58 E 64.7 IS DJ US Hlth Provider IHF ..
-32.7 58 D- 80.9 IS DJ US Real Est
IYR 5.7
-38.5 58 E 67.3 IS DJ US Tech Indx
IYW 0.4
-34.0 58 D- 27.8 IS MSCI Switzerland EWL 4.5
-36.2 58 E 91.3 IS Russell 2000 Grw IWO 1.0
-35.4 58 E 73.3 IS S&P 500 Grw Indx IVW 1.7
-35.1 58 E 87.6 IS S&P MC 400 Valu
IJJ 3.2
-35.6 58 E 67.4 VG Growth
VUG 1.3
-37.7 58 E 64.8 VG Info Tech
VGT 0.5
-35.2 58 E 76.5 VG Small-Cap
VB 0.0
.. 57 E 60.0 IS MSCI Israel Cap
EIS ..
-37.1 56 E 76.9 IS DJ US Index
IYY 2.4
-36.8 56 E 63.9 IS Russell 1000 Grwth IWF 1.5
-37.3 56 D- 85.8 IS Russell 1000 Indx IWB 2.7
-38.0 56 E 88.7 IS Russell 1000 Val
IWD 4.0
-37.1 56 E 52.0 IS Russell 3000 Grwth IWZ 4.5

4 Wk Net
36 Mos
% Asset NAV Performance
Chg Value Chg Rating Fund

A Small Gr
25 7.71 .46
A Sml Cap Val 28 10.70 .83
D StrMuniInc 11 10.52 .15
C+ US Mortgage 1 12.17 .09
Van Kamp B
$ 7.0 bil 8004215666
E Cap Growth 29 7.01n .39
E Comstock 27 10.96n .80
D Eqty & Inc 18 6.28n .31
Van Kamp C
$ 5.2 bil 8004215666
E Comstock 27 10.96n .80
D Eqty & Inc 18 6.31n .31
D HiYldMuni 10 8.95n .12
Vanguard Admiral
$ 286 bil 8009972798
D 500 Index
27 83.84n 6.92
D Asset Allocat 27 41.89n 3.40
B Balanced Idx 18 16.46n .81
C+ CA IntmTxEx 6 10.22n .06
C CA LngTxEx 8 10.34n .11
B Cap Opps r 28 53.93n 2.76
EmgMktStk r 31 20.90n 1.12
A+ Energy r
32 85.65n 8.61
B Equity Inc
25 33.17n 2.84
B+ Euro Stk Idx r 26 52.19n 3.79
E Explorer
29 41.01n 2.86
D+ Extnd Mkt Idx 31 24.78n 2.00
C+ FL LngTxEx 7 10.45n .09
A GNMA
2 10.23n .07
D Growth & Inc 28 32.61n 2.80
D+ Growth Idx 27 21.08n 1.31
D+ HiYld Corp r 15 4.60n .11
C HiYldTxEx
8 9.46n .09
B Hlth Care r 21 43.29n 3.17
A InflProSecs 7 22.95n .15
C Ins LT Tax Ex 7 11.22n .11
A+ Int Treas
0 11.53n .07
B+ Intl Growth r 27 43.97n 2.56
B Intmd Tax Ex 5 12.49n .05
C+ IntmdInvGrd 8 8.58n .08
D LgInvGdAdmr 9 7.85n .07
C LT Tax Ex
7 10.11n .09
A+ LT Treas
2 11.57n .15
B+ Ltd Tax Ex
2 10.64n .01
E Mid Cap Idx 31 55.19n 4.45
D Morgan Gr 28 36.95n 2.27
C+ NJ LngTxEx 6 10.81n .08
C NY LngTxEx 7 10.12n .10
C+ PA LngTxEx 6 10.23n .08
E Pac Stk Idx r 24 50.90n 2.24
A Primecap r 26 51.91n 3.13
A+ REIT Idx r
32 59.48n 6.74
B+ Sh Tm TxEx 1 15.65n ..
A Sh Trm Fed
0 10.59n .01
B+ ShrtInvAdmr 4 9.98n .03
A ShTrmBdIdx 1 10.02n .01
C Small Idx
30 21.15n 1.83
A+ ST Treas
+ 1 10.81n ..
A Tot Bd Idx
3 9.80n .07
D TotStk MktIdx 28 22.01n 1.79
D TxMgd G&I r 27 40.74n 3.36
D TxMgdCap r 28 44.08n 3.46
E US Growth 24 33.60n 1.91
D Value Idx
27 15.70n 1.58
B Wellesley Inc 12 43.41n 1.37
B+ Wellington 20 40.74n 2.08
E Windsor
30 29.72n 2.27
D Windsor II 26 34.20n 2.94
Vanguard Index
$ 251 bil 8006627447
D 500
27 83.84n 6.91
B Balanced
18 16.46n .81
C+ Devlpd Mkts r 25 7.79n .49
A+ EmgMktStk r 31 15.86n .85
B+ Euro Stk Idx r 26 22.20n 1.61
D+ Extnd Mkt 31 24.74n 2.00
D+ Growth
27 21.08n 1.31
B+ Int Bd
6 9.78n .10
B+ Int Bd Adm 6 9.78n .10
B LT Bd
7 10.62n .13
E Mid Cap
31 12.15n .98
E Pac Stk Idx r 24 7.77n .34
C Small Cap
30 21.12n 1.83
D Small Cap Val 30 10.51n 1.02
C Small Grow 31 12.40n .93
A ST Bond
1 10.02n .01
A Tot Bd Mrkt 3 9.80n .07
D Tot St Mkt 28 22.00n 1.80
B Total Intl Stk r 26 10.99n .68
D Value
27 15.70n 1.58
Vanguard Instl
$ 153 bil 8006627447
B Balanced Idx 18 16.46n .81
C+ Devlpd Mkts r 25 7.74n .48
A+ EmgMktStk r 31 15.92n .85
B+ Euro Stk Idx r 26 22.25n 1.61
D Index
27 83.22n 6.86
D+ Index Ext Mkt 31 24.79n 2.00
D+ Index Gr
27 21.08n 1.31

Div Close
Vol % 08 % Rel Acc 52-wk
Symbol Yld Price Chg Chg Chg Str Dist high Fund

4 Wk Net
36 Mos
% Asset NAV Performance
Chg Value Chg Rating Fund

E Index Mid Cp 31 12.20n .98


D Index Plus 27 83.22n 6.86
C Index Sm Cp 30 21.16n 1.83
A Index Tot Mkt 3 9.80n .07
D Index Value 27 15.70n 1.58
A InflaProtec 7 9.35n .06
E Pac Stk Idx r 24 7.79n .34
A+ REIT Idx r
32 9.21n 1.04
C Sm Cp Gr Idx 31 12.43n .94
StrcLgEqPls 27 35.23n 2.90
D Tot Stk Idx 28 22.01n 1.80
D+ Tot Stk Idx Pls 28 19.86n 1.62
A Totl Bd Idx
3 49.40n .38
D TotStkIdx
28 19.85n 1.63
Vanguard Signal
$ 46.0 bil 8006627447
500 Index
27 69.26n 5.71
Bal Index
18 16.28n .81
ExtndMktIdx 31 21.29n 1.72
Growth Idx 27 19.52n 1.21
Int Bd Sig
6 9.78n .10
Mid Cap Idx 31 17.43n 1.40
Reit Idx r
32 15.88n 1.80
Small Idx
30 19.06n 1.65
ST Bond Idx 1 10.02n .01
TotBdMktIdx 3 9.80n .07
TotStMktIdx 28 21.24n 1.73
Val Idx
27 16.34n 1.65
Vanguard Funds
$ 368 bil 8008514999
D Asset Alloc 27 18.65n 1.52
C+ CA IntmTxEx 6 10.22n .06
B CA LngTxEx 8 10.34n .11
B Cap Opport r 28 23.33n 1.19
B+ Convert Secs r 23 9.42n .32
E Div Eq Inv
28 14.55n 1.07
A Dividend Gr 23 10.94n .77
A+ Energy r
32 45.58n 4.59
B Equity Inc
25 15.82n 1.36
E Explorer
29 44.00n 3.07
D Global Eq
30 12.76n .84
A GNMA
2 10.23n .07
D Growth & Inc 28 19.96n 1.72
E Growth Equity 27 7.51n .44
B Health Care r 21 102.52n 7.51
D+ HiYld Corp r 15 4.60n .11
C HiYldTxEx
8 9.46n .09
A Inflation Prot 7 11.69n .07
C Insur LT Tx Ex 7 11.22n .11
C IntInvGdInv 8 8.58n .08
E Intl Explor r 28 9.85n .47
B+ Intl Growth r 27 13.80n .80
B+ Intl Value r 25 24.27n 1.50
B Intmd Tax Ex 5 12.49n .05
A+ Intmd Treas
0 11.53n .07
B Life Consv Gr 16 13.23n .52
C Life Growth 25 16.12n 1.14
B+ Life Income 11 12.08n .31
B Life Mod Gr 20 15.06n .83
C LT Tax Ex
7 10.11n .09
A+ LT Treas
2 11.57n .15
B+ Ltd Tm Tx Ex 2 10.64n .01
D LTInvGrdInv 9 7.85n .07
C+ MA Tx Exem 7 9.36n .09
A+ Metals&Mine r 34 16.32n .63
C+ MidCapGr A 27 11.44n .74
D Morgan Gr 28 11.90n .73
C NY LngTxEx 7 10.12n .10
C+ OH LT Tax Ex 7 10.95n .10
C PA LngTxEx 6 10.23n .08
A Primecap r 26 49.98n 3.01
B+ PrmcpCorInv r 23 9.34n .49
A REIT Idx r
32 13.94n 1.58
E Select Val r 27 12.12n .90
B+ ST Corp
4 9.98n .03
A ST Federal
0 10.59n .01
B+ ST Tax Exempt 1 15.65n ..
A+ ST Treas
+ 1 10.81n ..
C Star
19 15.13n .66
E Strategic Eq 32 12.19n 1.04
B TargRet2005 14 9.87n .33
TargRet2010 17 17.84n .76
C+ TargRet2015 19 9.68n .48
TargRet2020 21 16.77n .92
C TargRet2025 22 9.44n .57
TargRet2030 24 15.82n 1.05
D+ TargRet2035 25 9.48n .66
TargRet2040 25 15.42n 1.07
C TargRet2045 25 9.79n .68
B+ TargRetInc 11 9.41n .24
C+ TxMd Sm Cp r 29 17.76n 1.59
C TxMgd Bal r 16 15.97n .56
D TxMgd G&I r 27 19.82n 1.64
C+ TxMgd Intl r 25 8.86n .55
D TxMgdCap r 28 21.89n 1.72
E US Growth 24 12.96n .74
E US Value
28 8.08n .79
B+ Wellesley Inc 12 17.92n .56
B+ Wellington 20 23.59n 1.20
E Windsor
30 8.81n .67
D Windsor II 26 19.27n 1.65

47.36
44.39
14.22
23.71
73.01
42.19
8.03
81.99
55.75
19.00
33.64
19.27
68.58
0.33
41.33
42.65
49.00
43.99
48.48
26.38
11.24
45.37
38.87
9.76
44.67
44.30
34.37
11.90
46.19
66.32
13.32
71.69
34.06
35.63
37.23
86.82
8.09
49.99
21.67
53.99
43.44
24.85
21.88
42.76
32.04
17.19
33.65
47.26
20.52
34.43
44.24
38.39
17.16
53.27
45.12
51.67
41.52
37.46
44.12
34.36
45.00
38.43
49.91
49.75
31.18

0.00 -76
-3.06 -27
-0.51 21
-1.99 30
-1.74 -6
-3.18 -42
-1.15 92
-8.99 -5
-4.70 102
0.45 113
0.26 199
0.42 -14
1.21 -6
-0.03 -74
-4.60 163
-2.35 79
-4.93 2
-2.39 -49
-4.49 7
-0.44 -32
-0.94 11
-0.82 114
-2.73 156
0.00 -74
-4.05 18
-3.86 51
-1.00 -35
0.39 -46
-3.60 24
-2.78 -85
-1.02 152
-5.01 -5
-2.24 -73
-3.10 11
-2.19 59
-4.58 58
0.09 102
-4.47 13
-1.47 11
-4.41 56
-3.31 130
-2.57 76
0.22 -65
-3.68 77
-2.59 -11
-0.13 -9
-3.25 -61
-4.17 66
-0.56 48
-2.97 50
-3.41 69
-1.09 -2
-1.36 6
-2.54 7
-3.06 82
-4.15 21
-1.78 151
-0.97 -3
-3.78 15
-2.42 108
-2.96 165
-1.74 105
-3.43 104
-3.58 39
-1.80 -50

FRIDAY, OCTOBER 10, 2008

Div Close
Vol % 08 % Rel Acc 52-wk
Symbol Yld Price Chg Chg Chg Str Dist high Fund

-37.5 56 D- 91.2 IS Russell 3000 Indx IWV 2.5


-38.7 56 D- 60.7 IS Russell Microcap IWC 1.3
-36.7 56 D+ 70.1 IS S&P 1500 Indx
ISI 2.8
-37.4 56 E 157.8 IS S&P 500 Index
IVV 2.9
-38.6 56 E 64.1 IS S&P GSTI Tech
IGM 0.3
-35.2 56 E 92.0 IS S&P Mdcp 400
IJH 1.9
-34.8 56 D- 64.4 IS S&P/Topix 150
ITF 2.6
-36.2 56 E 22.9 PS Water Resources PHO ..
-37.2 56 E 42.0 Spdr Industrial
XLI 2.8
-39.3 56 E 28.6 Spdr Technology
XLK 1.7
-37.2 56 E 70.5 VG Large-Cap
VV 2.7
-36.5 56 D- 60.6 VG Mid-Cap Value
VOE 0.1
-37.1 56 E 78.3 VG Total Stock Mkt
VTI 2.6
-37.8 56 E 74.7 VG Value
VTV 4.4
-40.8 55 E 73.0 IS DJ US Aerospace
ITA 0.8
-39.7 55 D- 63.6 PS FTSE Rafi US
PRF 2.6
-37.3 55 E 157.5 Spdr S&P 500
SPY 3.0
.. 55 E 30.6 WT Mid East Div
GULF ..
-38.0 54 E 78.0 IS DJ US Industrial
IYJ 1.9
-36.3 54 D 14.7 IS MSCI Japan
EWJ 1.3
-37.2 54 E 75.7 IS Mstar Large Growth JKE 0.9
-40.3 54 E 89.9 IS Mstar Large Value JKF 0.5
-36.7 54 D- 92.0 IS Mstar Mid Core
JKG 1.8
-38.2 54 E 115.1 IS Russell 3000 Val IWW 3.8
-37.5 54 D 52.4 IS Russell Mdcp Value IWS 3.2
-39.4 54 E 84.3 IS S&P 500 Value Indx IVE 4.1
-38.6 54 E 86.1 IS S&P Glb 100 Indx
IOO 4.6
-39.4 54 E 70.7 IS S&P Glb Inf Tech
IXN 1.1
-33.8 54 E 99.6 IS Tr Cohen&Steers
ICF 6.8
-39.3 54 E 19.2 PS Dyn Semicondctrs PSI ..
-38.5 54 E 55.1 PS QQQ Trust
QQQQ 0.3
-40.9 54 E 17.9 PS Zack Micro
PZI 1.2
-38.1 54 D- 51.8 RX S&P 500 Equl Wght RSP 2.5
-35.8 54 E 167.9 Spdr S&P MdCp 400 MDY 1.7
-35.8 54 E 44.7 Spdr Utilities
XLU 4.4
-37.3 54 E 58.3 VG Extended Market VXF 0.0
-36.1 54 E 91.8 VG Utilities
VPU 4.4
.. 53 E 59.7 IS MSCI ACWI
ACWI ..
.. 53 E 59.1 IS MSCI Turkey Inv
TUR ..
-35.0 52 E 142.3 HT Utilities
UTH 4.1
-34.1 52 D- 52.7 IS DJ US Energy Indx IYE 1.5
-37.0 52 E 106.8 IS DJ US Utilities
IDU 3.8
-39.9 52 D+ 71.8 IS MSCI Spain
EWP 6.0
-35.8 52 E 95.1 IS S&P Mdcp 400 Grw IJK 0.5
-41.1 52 E 24.3 PS Aero & Defense
PPA 0.5
-38.9 52 E 19.5 PS Dyn Lrg Gr
PWB ..
-39.8 52 E 53.5 PS Dyn Market
PWC 1.5
-38.4 52 E 79.3 VG Industrials
VIS 2.2
-38.0 52 E 78.5 VG Small-Cp Growth VBK 0.0
-35.9 51 D- 58.8 WT Emg Mkt Hi Yld Eq DEM 1.4
-39.3 50 E 25.3 FrstTr DB Stratg Value FDV 1.7
-39.6 50 E 112.4 IS Russell Mdcp Indx IWR 2.1
-41.6 50 E 83.1 IS S&P Glb Telecomm IXP 6.3
-39.1 50 E 17.4 NV Eqty Prem Income JPZ16.0
-39.0 50 E 109.5 Spdr DJ Wil SC Grwth DSG 0.8
-36.7 50 E 46.5 Spdr Materials
XLB 3.2
-17.5 49 E 83.6 Brcly Ipth DJ AIG NtGs GAZ ..
-33.4 49 C+ 56.9 MV Gold Miners
GDX 2.4
-42.5 49 E 19.4 PS ValLine Timeliness PIV ..
-17.0 49 E 63.9 US Nat Gas
UNG ..
-43.8 48 D- 42.0 HT Telecom
TTH 5.8
-48.4 48 D 128.1 IS DJ US Finl Svcs
IYG 5.2
-42.2 48 E 25.0 PS Dyn MidCap Grwth PWJ ..
-39.8 48 E 79.8 VG Pacific
VPL 4.1
-41.9 47 E 26.8 Clymr S&P Globl Watr CGW 0.7

52.73
32.39
41.17
91.89
36.59
55.00
38.00
13.65
24.59
16.17
41.25
33.73
45.67
41.31
40.23
35.04
91.70
16.67
45.13
8.46
44.88
48.17
52.30
64.23
29.39
46.25
49.74
39.60
52.43
10.48
31.52
9.08
29.20
99.60
27.18
32.94
55.93
32.44
30.95
88.50
30.11
64.49
38.27
57.19
13.33
11.46
31.23
45.04
44.18
33.80
14.67
62.56
45.19
10.00
59.94
26.38
39.18
30.50
10.73
30.07
21.34
52.71
14.03
40.79
15.03

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-42.6 47 E 53.2 IS S&P Glb Infrastrctr IGF 2.6


-39.8 47 E 17.5 NV Eqty Prem Opp
JSN17.0
-42.0 47 E 18.0 NV Eqty Prem&Grwth JPG15.5
-43.1 47 E 22.5 PS Intl Divnd Achievrs PID 4.7
-37.8 47 E 18.7 S&P 500 Covered Call BEP20.9
-40.5 47 D- 80.2 Spdr S&P Emg MdEAfr GAF 2.4
-44.5 47 D- 84.4 VG Telecm Svcs
VOX 4.8
-41.9 46 E 60.5 IS Russell Mdcp Grw IWP 1.1
-45.4 46 E 38.5 IS S&P GSTI Network IGN ..
-44.2 46 D 69.5 IS S&P GSTI Smcdct IGW 0.8
-47.2 46 B+ 63.8 VG Financials
VFH 4.7
-40.6 46 E 82.8 VG Mid-Cap
VO 0.0
PMNA ..
.. 45 E 25.9 PS Mena Frntier
-42.4 45 E 52.6 VG Europe Pacific
VEA 0.0
-38.0 44 E 36.7 IS MSCI Canada
EWC 1.2
-44.2 43 E 34.5 Bldrs Devlpd Mkts 100 ADRD 4.0
-48.5 43 C 114.8 IS DJ US Finl Indx
IYF 4.2
-43.9 43 E 86.5 IS MSCI EAFE Indx
EFA 5.9
-42.9 43 E 83.9 IS MSCI Growth
EFG 2.0
-44.5 43 D- 82.0 IS MSCI Value Fund
EFV 7.5
-44.8 43 E 56.0 Spdr DJ Stoxx 50
FEU 2.7
-43.5 43 C 75.7 WT DEFA
DWM 2.3
-43.3 43 E 78.1 WT Intl Div T100
DOO 4.5
.. 42 E 26.4 Clymr/BNY MellnFrntr FRN ..
-42.8 42 D- 68.5 HT Internet
HHH 0.1
-45.4 42 E 40.7 IS MSCI France
EWQ12.0
-44.6 42 D- 27.4 IS MSCI Untd Kingdm EWU 7.1
.. 42 E 27.3 PS India
PIN 0.4
-41.3 41 D+ 18.2 IS MSCI Taiwan
EWT ..
-43.8 41 E 104.6 IS Mstar Mid Growth JKH 0.2
-45.2 41 E 62.5 IS S&P Europe 350
IEV 8.4
-40.5 41 E 91.4 Spdr Energy
XLE 1.8
-39.2 41 E 132.7 VG Energy
VDE 1.4
-44.5 41 E 82.1 VG European
VGK 5.7
-43.9 41 E 63.7 VG FTSE World X-US VEU 1.6
-40.4 41 D 98.5 VG Materials
VAW 2.4
-44.7 41 E 68.5 VG Mid-Cap Growth VOT ..
-44.4 41 E 74.6 WT Intl SmallCap Div DLS 3.9
-43.1 40 E 16.0 IS MSCI Singapore
EWS 3.3
-48.6 39 E 34.1 IS DJ US Telecom
IYZ 4.1
-41.7 39 E 54.6 IS S&P Glb Energy
IXC 2.9
-48.8 39 D 94.4 IS S&P Glb Financials IXG 3.3
-44.2 39 E 17.5 NV Eqty Prem Advntg JLA18.5
-47.6 39 E 38.0 PS Cleantech
PZD ..
-45.3 39 D 28.5 PS DWATech Leadrs PDP ..
-46.9 39 D- 66.0 Spdr DJ Euro Stoxx 50 FEZ 1.7
-44.8 39 E 45.4 Spdr MSCI ACWI X-US CWI 3.4
-47.2 39 D- 104.8 Spdr S&P Emg AsiaPc GMF 2.2
-45.8 39 D- 39.9 Spdr S&P Intl Sm Cap GWX 1.6
.. 38 D- 26.3 WT India Earnings
EPI ..
-48.5 37 E 36.7 IS MSCI Germany
EWG12.5
-48.6 37 E 77.7 ProS Ultra Hlth Care RXL 1.2
-52.1 37 D- 35.9 Spdr Financial
XLF 5.4
-50.1 36 E 65.2 IS FTSE EPRA RE X-US IFGL 4.3
-47.0 36 D- 76.9 IS MSCI So Africa
EZA 8.2
-42.6 36 D+ 41.4 WT Intl Energy
DKA 2.7
-46.1 35 E 34.8 IS MSCI Australia
EWA ..
-48.8 35 E 63.7 IS MSCI EMU Indx
EZU11.9
-51.8 35 E 24.3 IS MSCI Hong Kong EWH 4.6
-48.5 35 E 36.4 IS MSCI Italy
EWI13.0
-48.2 35 E 33.0 IS MSCI Netherlands EWN 9.7
-42.0 35 E 53.2 IS S&P GSSI Nat Res IGE 1.2
-44.5 34 E 89.6 IS DJ US Basic Mtrl
IYM 2.3
-48.4 34 E 61.0 IS MSCI Pac Ex-Japn EPP 1.1
.. 34 D- 54.4 IS MSCI Thailand Inv THD ..
-43.9 34 E 48.2 IS S&P US Preferrd Stk PFF10.7

4 Wk Net
.............................................................................
% Asset NAV
Name
Price EPS
Chg Value Chg NYSE (n) 0 New Highs, 1388 Lows FiveStar(a)
1.89 86
NASDAQ 3 New Highs, 861 Lows Millipore(n)
58.39 75
3.61 33
AMEX (a) 38 New Highs, 407Lows Repligen
HansenM
7.37 4
Based on a study of stock market winners, Cardiome
4.99 5
most stocks on the New Highs list tend to go Surmodics
26.10 36
higher. You can also use our unique New Cytori
3.60 15
Highs list to spot new groups asserting ForestLabs(n) 22.66 72
market leadership. Stocks listed within each AmeriBrg(n)
30.86 78
group are in order of stocks showing the Amerigrp(n)
18.19 77
24.27 82
greatest % increase in trading volume. MartekBio
8.34 42
Closing price and Earnings Per Share(EPS) Theravnc
3.40 38
Rating are also shown. For more informa- OraSure
tion, consult IBDs free education modules at WatsonPhar(n) 23.04 73
43.73 78
www.investors.com. Nasdaq stocks over $2 Smith&Ne(n)
YMBiosci(a)
0.30 42
only. See Graphs in NYSE or Nasdaq Stocks ScherPlg(n)
13.87 87
In The News. Boldfaced stocks carry an EPS BeckCltr(n)
59.46 64
Rating of 95 or higher.
HumanGen
4.12 13
AmerOrBio(n)
4.74 90
Name
Symbol Price EPS Name
Symbol Price EPS WarnerCh
12.76 56
JavelinP(a)
1.15 17
Hologic
14.69 97
43.75 85
HlthSouth(n)
13.48 65
..................................... FresenMd(n)
LillyEli(n)
33.79 69
CapitalSrLvg(n)
5.61 62
MINING
Aetna(n)
27.00 85
Crucell
11.35 43
RoylGld
RGLD 39.70 46
11.93 23
Medcath
13.72 68
..................................... Brookdale(n)
UnitdGuardn(a)
9.40 44
PeditrxMed(n)
35.86 76
MEDICAL
JohnsnJn(n)
57.91 73
ResCare
14.42 87
ScielePh
SCRX 31.01 82
DrReddys(n)
8.79 30
..................................... SymtryMed(n) 12.97 71
AlphaProT(a)
0.90 20
MolInPh
4.26 3
BUSINESS SVC
18.26 60
CardlHth(n)
40.10 61
Greenfld
SRVY 17.60 64 UtdhlthG(n)
40.71 74
Eurandn
11.61 13
..................................... McKessn(n)
Medtronic(n)
41.95 80
TianyinP(a)
1.50 35
MISC
Pfizer(n)
15.67
66
GroupCasaA(n) 22.94 84
PrUSR2KG(a)
SKK 138.29
VCAAnt
23.48 81
ImplantSc(a)
0.43 2
PrUSR2KV(a)
SJH 141.38
Quidel
13.50 86
SyneronMd
11.55 58
PrUSR1KG(a)
SFK 137.94
ArdeaBion
8.20 1
CharlsRvLb(n)
47.32 79
ProShtSP(a)
SH 91.70
IntgLfSci
39.02
87
Incyte
4.63 1
PrUShCnG(a)
SZK 103.72
QstDiagn(n)
42.00 76
BiognIdec
44.76 94
RydxInvTc(a) RTW 157.18
Laboratory(n)
56.25 81
Wyeth(n)
31.96 59
PrUShInd(a)
SIJ 122.87
PattrCos
25.03 75
GenProbe
43.35 88
PrUShSP(a)
SDS 108.53
BrstMySq(n)
17.98 67
Abaxis
14.00 70
ProUSR2K(a) TWM 129.00
NMTMed
2.21 1
CatalystH
18.35 89
ProUltSTeln(a) TLL 133.05
Hospira(n)
30.02 62
MedicsPh(n)
10.60 77
PrUShDow(a)
DXD 93.20
TripleSn(n)
12.19 78
TomoTher n
3.26 8
ProUShEafe(a) EFU 190.00
Alexza
3.79 8
Cambrex(n)
4.09 33
RdxIn2xSP(a) RSW 163.85
Geron
2.23 14
Accuray
5.26 27
ProShtDow(a) DOG 85.50
CommtyHlth(n) 18.97 24
Healthwys
9.26 84
PrShtEMn(a)
EUM 126.33
Mylan(n)
7.59 12
ArenaPhrm
3.72 5
PrUShQQQ(a)
QID 82.05
OSISystem
16.96 73
Cepheid
10.10 30
PrUltSEMn(a)
EEV 178.00
MedcoHlth(n)
37.49 82
KVPharmA(n)
16.85 49
ProShtQQQ(a) PSQ 81.00
Genzyme
64.13 85
ParPharm(n)
10.17 12
RdxIn2xRs(a)
RRZ 141.98
HenrySchn
45.26 80
NovNrdk(n)
44.65 92
ProShR2K(a) RWM 101.86
ApriaHlth(n)
15.02 56
Mentor(n)
18.76 32
PrUShCnS(a)
SCC 155.00
Merck(n)
26.21 53
AlnylamPh
22.25
55
PrUShMC(a)
MZZ 109.90
Stryker(n)
51.84 87
MedclActn
9.19 38
PrUSR1KV(a)
SJF 157.79
InspPhrm
2.20 36
IsoRayn(a)
0.42 42
ProSShFn(a)
SEF 92.28
StJudeMed(n)
35.03 89
IFlow
6.13
15
ProShtEafe(a)
EFZ 120.39
Alseres
2.31 21
NektrTh
2.91 5
PrUShHc(a)
RXD 112.94
Zimmer(n)
53.36 74
OrthofixIntl
14.00 55
PrUShBM(a)
SMN 90.50
IntgrmdAm
5.45 82
Trimeris
2.65 5
PrUSRMCV(a)
SJL 168.82
Humana(n)
32.34 73
MDSInc(n)
9.78 7
PrUShOG(a)
DUG 64.70
Covance(n)
74.86 89
Cardica
5.55 20
VangExDn
EDV 106.12
MWIVet
30.16 88
SavientPh
10.61 1
PrUShCh25(a)
FXP 187.00
ShireLtd
38.51 80
Alkermes
10.02 7
PrUlSMSCI(a) EWV 155.05
SunriseSr(n)
7.02 23
Osteotech
3.25 34
ProUShSc(a)
SDD 120.00
IntSurg
172.85 98
NileTher
2.55 3
PrUShSem(a)
SSG 133.00
ExprsScrpt
53.42 94
Amylin
13.68 5
ProShtMC(a)
MYY 87.39
SironaDen
15.66 73
QiagenNV
16.16 89
PSCrudeDS
DTO 53.29
Teva
40.18 83
AspectMed
4.19 65
Mac100OilD(a) DOY 27.50
SanofAvt(n)
27.07 79
Immucell
2.50 20
PrUShUtl(a)
SDP 112.81
Exelixis
3.62 4
AmShrd(a)
1.67 17
ProSShOG(a)
DDG 114.05
CaracoPh(a)
9.15 43
KendleInt
34.41 97
RdxIn2xMd(a) RMS 160.81
Cytokinet
2.67 8
MAKOSrgn
6.28 1
HealthNet(n)
16.38 32
Omnicell
10.29 49
Biovail(n)
7.56 55
Targantan
3.64 12
38.52 57
PhNetDev
4.60 17
..................................... Analogic
CeleraGrp
10.80 52
Insuletn
8.95 2
MEDICAL (187)
NtlHlthcr(a)
39.00 38
TrubionP
2.37 19
InovioBio(a)
0.25 30
OptimerP
5.00 19
Evotecn
2.27 15
OmrixBio
11.67 39
ArrhythmiaR(a)
3.12 22
Elan(n)
8.87 39
TransThgn
2.73 20
YoungInno
13.62 56
KVPharmB(n)
17.00 48
Theragenic(n)
1.96 58
KineticC(n)
21.05 89
ChelseaT
2.03 4
ScolrPhma(a)
0.69 29
NatlDentex
4.64 25
Spectrant
3.76 25
AdvMOpt(n)
9.61 52
NightwkR
4.90 59
BirnrDntl
12.02 45
.....................................
SpanAm
8.03 65
EnzonPhar
4.66 60
Protalixn(a)
1.55 22
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ClincData
12.36 6
Biosphere
2.58 4
RoyDShB(n)
46.63 91
CoventryHt(n)
24.62 50
EnzoBio(n)
6.20 38
ChesEngy(n)
17.71 89
HlthMgtA(n)
2.10 44
Novartis(n)
45.73 77
Ferllgas(n)
11.96 10
InvrnsMed(a)
21.47 68
RockwllMdTc
3.19 11
TotalSA(n)
48.10 91
UnvHlthS(n)
43.44 77
BostonSci(n)
8.39 68
GeoMet
2.52 23
Anika
5.13 36
MolinaHl(n)
23.57 70
HilndHld
9.48 64
Conceptus
12.45 18
WellPoint(n)
36.91 70
GeoPetro(a)
1.58 53
Targacpt
2.82 36
Dentsup
30.26 80
AssistLiv(n)
4.05 77
HKNrs(a)
5.93 73
CooperCos(n)
24.00 53
Parexel
19.98 90
RoyDShA(n)
47.44 90
HillRom(n)
23.90 59
CinaSky
7.93 69
StatoilHy(n)
18.43 94
CIGNA(n)
24.80 72
PhrmPdt
31.75 79
ENISPA(n)
38.98 90
GlaxoSK(n)
35.41 65
Sepracor
12.85 62
EVEngy
13.28 11
AlignTech
7.01 6
OdyssyHth
7.88 51
Repsol(n)
22.41 82
EndoPhrm
15.28 72
BectDck(n)
72.90 83
ImprlOil(a)
28.82 84

Vantagepoint
$ 16.4 bil 8006697400
D Aggr Opportun 31 6.74n .54
D Asset Alloc 27 5.34n .44
A Core Bd Indx II 3 9.52n .08
A CrBdIdxI
3 9.47n .08
D Equity Inc
28 6.07n .51
E Growth
28 6.26n .42
D Growth & Inc 27 6.65n .46
A InfProSecs 7 9.72n .05
C International 25 6.96n .37
C MdlPtf TradGr 19 17.86n .77
B MP CnsrvGr 14 20.10n .60
C MP LngTmGr 22 16.76n .89
Victory Funds
$ 7.0 bil 8005393863
A Divers Stk R 27 11.44n .80
B+ DiversStk A 27 11.55 .80
B+ DiversStk I 28 8.02n .57
A FundForInc A 1 11.43 .04
A Sm Co Oppo A 30 18.74 1.59
D+ Spec Val A 34 10.25 .82
Waddell&Rd Adv
$ 21.4 bil 8003665465
C+ Accum A
28 5.43 .36
A+ AssetStr A 14 9.57 .10
B Bond A
3 5.84 .03
A Contl Inc A 16 6.59 .29
A Core Inv A 23 4.20 .24
A Glbl Bond A 4 3.64 .01
A GovSecs A
1 5.53 .02
B High Inc A
12 5.82 .08
A Intl Gr A
23 6.65 .33
C New Cpt A 24 7.60 .49
A Sci & Tech A 25 7.36 .29
A SelDivOppA 23 11.44 .82
B Vanguard A 25 6.58 .41
Wasatch
$ 3.3 bil 8005511700
E Core Growth 31 19.75n 1.69
E SmallCapGr 27 20.96n 1.13
Weitz Funds
$ 3.2 bil 8002324161
E Partner Val 22 12.70n .72
E Value
23 19.77n 1.25
Wells Fargo Advtg
$ 15.7 bil 8002228222
A CommonStk Z 27 12.26n .94
A GovtSecsInv 1 10.46 .06
A Growth Inv 26 17.98n 1.06
D Opport Inv 30 23.40n 1.80
D+ SmlCapVal Z 28 17.92n 1.61
B STMuniBdInv 3 9.46n .02
B UltInc Inv
1 8.37 .02
B+ UltShMuniInv 1 4.71n ..
E WlthGrowBal 19 8.65 .11
Wells Fargo Advtg A
$ 4.5 bil 8002228222
D Asset Alloc 22 14.52 .94
D+ Sml Cap Val 28 17.66 1.58
Wells Fargo Advtg Ad
$ 12.8 bil 8002228222
E CapitalGrow 30 11.48 .65
E Divers Eq
27 21.70n 1.60
E Divers Sml 29 7.86n .64
A Govt Secs
1 10.45 .06
D Growth Bal 22 19.16n 1.07
D Index
27 35.00n 2.89
E Lg Co Grow 26 34.26n 2.09
A Sh Dur Gov
0 10.02n ..
A+ SmCapOppor 27 22.71n 1.73
A TotRetBd Ad 4 11.71n .11
Wells Fargo Advtg I
$ 5.0 bil 8002228222
E Endv Select 30 7.04n .41
A Govt Secs
1 10.44 .07
A Growth
26 19.01n 1.12
A TotRetBd In 4 11.70n .12
Westcore
$ 2.1 bil 8003922673
B+ Plus Bond
4 9.76n .05
Western Asset
$ 21.1 bil 6268449400
D Core Bond I
.. no quote
D CoreBdFiInt
.. no quote
D CorePlBdInt
.. no quote
D CorePlusBdI
.. no quote
D+ HiYld I
.. no quote
A InflPlsBd I
.. no quote
B IntermdBd
.. no quote
William Blair I
$ 6.8 bil 8006352886
A Growth
26 7.96n .39
D InstIntlGr
29 9.61n .42
D Intl Growth 29 14.78n .66
William Blair N
$ 4.4 bil 8006352886
D Intl Growth 29 14.51n .64
Wilmington
$ 2.4 bil 8003369970
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Symbol Yld Price Chg Chg Chg Str Dist high Fund

Name
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TransCda(n)
GulfIsl
ExxonMbl(n)
OGEEnrg(n)
PHInv
BarrettBl(n)
PetroCn(n)
GlobPtrs(n)
BPplc(n)
WldFuelSv(n)
EncoreEnn(n)
NobleEnr(n)
Chevron(n)
Rentech(a)
DawsnGeo
Yanzhou(n)
GastarE(a)
IONGephy(n)
Crosstex
DoubleEagle
Hornbeck(n)
DrilQuip(n)
XTOEnrgy(n)
Hallibtn(n)
EnergyPrts(n)
CNXGas(n)
BakrHugh(n)
ExcoRes(n)
PetroEnr(n)
Sasol(n)
ConocPh(n)
Enbridge(n)
ElPaso(n)
PrideIntl(n)
ParkrDril(n)
ATPO&G
UnitCorp(n)
CallnPet(n)
Schlmbrg(n)
BJSvcs(n)
ForestOil(n)
Marathn(n)
LinnEngy
MasseyEn(n)
BallardPwr
SulphCo(a)
StoneEgy(n)
Nexen(n)
TalismnEgy(n)
Petchina(n)
ICGInc(n)
Spectra(n)
GlfMrk(n)
LaynChrst
AtlasAmer
ArenaRes(n)
Hess(n)
ValeroEn(n)
Yinglin(n)
Anadarko(n)
NaborsInds(n)
PnrDrlng(a)
WhitingP(n)
Gulfport
OcciPet(n)
Rowan(n)
PanhanO&G(n)
MatrixSvc
SuperEgry(n)
CdnNtRe(n)
EnscoInt(n)
Lubrizol(n)
Encana(n)
TorchEgy(n)
FlotekInd(n)
BerryPetA(n)
QkslvGsnya
CNOOC(n)
AtlasEn(n)
Westmrlnd(a)
HelixEn(n)
OilStIntl(n)
EOGRes(n)
Tesoro(n)
PennVA(n)
GeoGlobal(a)
Questar(n)
FuelClErgy
Acergy
PionrNtr(n)
Carrizo
GranTragn(a)
InterOil(a)
Apache(n)
USGeothn(a)
Lufkin
AkeenaSn
WTOffshr(n)
TetraTech(n)
DevnEngy(n)

28.90
9.83
9.93
11.70
9.59
42.01
41.80
33.08
18.59
33.16
27.80
44.92
15.18
27.60
19.92
17.59
48.48
44.00
44.36
39.96
29.18
39.20
39.56
14.43
33.86
20.75
13.33
13.51
8.82
56.30
31.32
47.21
69.04
41.53
32.90
52.42
35.81
35.74
7.85
15.18
27.58
40.83
9.18
18.70
14.94
33.27
22.78
46.09
18.68
12.59
18.26
36.26
13.85
23.59
34.50
19.55
15.54
30.54
10.58
16.96
15.52
25.98
42.74
26.54
25.71
23.28

-1.37 -1
-0.68 192
-0.72 67
-0.65 137
-0.39 174
-3.05 9
-2.82 -71
-2.22 0
-0.56 -42
-0.58 4
-3.24 -7
-3.43 -47
-0.37 154
-1.68 17
-1.64 -4
-1.51 -2
-5.63 59
-2.80 88
-2.82 122
-2.24 29
-2.32 5
-3.42 15
-3.05 3
-1.37 -77
-2.27 -32
-1.09 -7
-0.88 -12
-0.60 62
-0.47 13
-4.41 -41
-2.53 80
-5.65 14
-7.63 9
-2.88 106
-2.12 441
-3.32 -25
-2.06 -2
-1.78 40
-0.29 129
-1.35 7
-2.78 121
-3.33 7
-0.90 125
-0.89 18
-1.10 -23
-2.61 249
-1.97 57
-2.00 -73
-1.00 35
-0.75 39
-1.25 -22
-5.61 34
-1.43 66
-1.57 1188
-3.05 58
-2.15 54
-0.42 31
-2.08 110
-0.90 71
-0.68 -52
-0.91 -43
-2.36 54
-2.82 49
-1.66 63
-0.96 16
-1.80 197

Price
10.98
28.82
18.84
68.00
22.54
21.82
17.82
22.50
7.12
40.70
15.61
14.40
35.92
64.00
0.58
26.01
7.03
0.70
8.21
10.16
7.37
25.93
27.29
32.21
19.05
4.90
15.71
37.40
6.93
7.42
25.93
53.83
30.86
8.11
17.81
4.17
8.64
32.05
10.70
61.14
11.66
27.42
26.88
11.67
21.95
2.31
1.02
26.75
14.14
9.37
74.63
3.72
17.85
28.59
20.14
18.18
23.99
53.50
19.06
5.16
30.41
16.17
7.26
38.26
5.54
48.00
18.77
14.95
9.49
17.61
45.70
37.89
31.97
43.66
1.95
4.48
20.51
10.30
76.46
15.66
7.25
14.42
22.24
64.36
9.20
32.11
1.35
25.47
3.37
6.87
34.00
17.99
2.06
13.76
71.80
0.73
44.16
2.54
17.12
7.96
64.25

EPS
70
79
89
90
48
71
73
92
26
91
85
73
96
87
7
95
93
27
73
78
73
86
85
84
89
70
95
87
73
82
96
88
56
68
95
67
70
93
86
89
51
89
57
73
96
4
17
82
79
94
41
35
83
99
89
88
99
98
35
99
86
63
49
94
94
97
84
87
98
92
88
92
73
87
16
74
96
99
98
93
9
77
93
96
8
90
9
93
5
95
81
92
73
61
96
1
87
1
91
70
92

-57.9 34 C+ 71.6 KBW Capital Markets KCE 1.9


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-49.3 34 E 66.1 Spdr DJ Wil Intl Rl Est RWX 6.4
-46.9 33 E 18.9 Dow 30 Enh Prem&Inc DPO23.5
-39.0 33 E 32.5 FrstTr ISE Rev Nat Gas FCG 0.5
-48.8 33 E 32.0 PS Dyn Dev Intl
PFA 2.0
.. 33 E 22.6 PS Preferred
PGX12.1
-44.1 32 E 64.2 IS MSCI Mexico
EWW 3.5
-56.7 31 E 31.9 FrstTr Ise ChindiaIndx FNI 2.2
-60.1 31 D+ 57.0 IS DJ US Broker Indx
IAI 1.2
-49.9 31 E 26.9 PS DWA Dev Mkt Tech PIZ 2.1
-56.7 31 E 38.9 PS Gld Drg Chna
PGJ 3.6
-53.7 31 D- 27.4 PS Listed Priv Eq
PSP14.6
-49.0 30 D- 39.0 IS MSCI Sweden
EWD16.1
-50.9 29 E 60.3 Bldrs Emerg Mkts 50 ADRE 4.4
-63.8 29 E 118.0 Brcly Ipath MSCI India INP ..
-54.0 29 D 59.4 KBW Insurance
KIE 3.4
-45.3 29 E 32.3 PS Dyn Enrgy ExplPrd PXE ..
-46.9 29 D 24.8 PS Financial Preferrd PGF14.5
-54.5 29 E 113.5 Spdr S&P China
GXC 1.5
-47.7 29 E 43.5 WT Intl Basic Material DBN 1.3
-45.3 28 E 89.7 IS DJ US Oil&Explr
IEO 0.2
-54.2 28 D- 73.2 IS FTSE/Xinhua Chna FXI 4.3
-47.9 28 E 91.1 IS S&P Glb Material MXI 2.7
-53.1 28 E 27.2 PS Global Water
PIO ..
-51.2 28 E 58.9 VG Emrg Mkts
VWO 3.9
-51.6 27 E 55.8 IS MSCI Emrg Mkts EEM 4.2
-46.4 26 E 81.3 IS DJ US Oil&Equpmt IEZ 0.3
-57.5 26 E 62.0 MV Glb Alt Engy
GEX ..
-46.8 26 D- 52.1 Spdr S&P O&G Equip XES 0.6
-44.4 26 E 73.0 Spdr S&P O&G Expl
XOP 0.9
-48.4 25 E 228.8 HT Oil Service
OIH 0.7
-56.6 25 E 81.4 ProS Ultra Smcap 600 SAA 0.6
-49.3 25 E 100.5 Spdr S&P Emg L Amer GML 2.3
-56.1 24 E 75.0 IS MSCI South Korea EWY 4.3
-57.8 24 E 35.0 PS Glb Cln Energy
PBD ..
-49.9 23 E 61.6 IS S&P Latin Am 40
ILF 4.2
-49.5 23 E 34.3 PS Dyn Oil Svcs
PXJ ..
-63.7 23 E 28.8 PS Wh Clean Eng
PBW ..
-55.7 22 E 58.3 Clymr/BNY BRIC
EEB 1.0
-54.6 22 E 66.2 MV Agribusiness
MOO ..
-59.5 22 E 102.8 ProS Ultra Dow 30
DDM 3.1
.. 22 E 29.1 PS Glb Wind Engy PWND ..
.. 21 E 30.8 Clymr/Mac Glb SolEng TAN ..
-55.6 21 E 45.0 MV Nuclear Engy
NLR12.3
-55.9 21 E 36.2 Spdr S&P BRIC 40
BIK 0.8
.. 19 E 31.5 FrstTr Glb Wind Enrgy FAN ..
-62.4 19 E 78.0 ProS Ultra Russ 2000 UWM 0.7
-65.3 19 E 99.9 ProS Ultra Tech
ROM 0.6
-60.0 18 E 28.4 IS MSCI Belgium
EWK21.3
-63.1 18 E 101.5 ProS Ultra S&P 500
SSO 1.7
-63.5 18 E 76.9 RX 2X S&P 500
RSU 1.7
-59.9 18 E 76.2 Spdr S&P Emg Europe GUR 1.3
-53.3 18 E 96.1 Spdr S&P Metls&Ming XME 1.8
-59.2 17 E 40.9 IS MSCI Austria
EWO 4.8
-55.7 17 E 102.2 IS MSCI Brazil
EWZ 3.5
-61.5 16 E 97.7 ProS Ultra Midcap 400 MVV 1.5
.. 15 E 60.3 MV Coal
KOL ..
-66.5 15 E 122.8 ProS Ultra QQQ
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-62.3 15 E 53.2 ProS Ultra Real Est
URE 8.0
-71.9 13 E 91.3 ProS Ultra Semicndc USD 1.2
-60.6 12 E 114.1 MV Steel
SLX 5.8
-69.0 8 E 131.1 ProS Ultra Oil & Gas
DIG ..
-68.2 7 E 59.6 MV Russia
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-79.3 7 E 62.7 ProS Ultra Financials UYG 4.5
-74.5 4 E 112.9 ProS Ultra Basic Mtrl UYM 3.1
Name
SwiftErgy(n)
Bristowgp(n)
NatcoGpA(n)
MitchmInd
ExterranH(n)
Headwatrs(n)
MarinerE(n)
BoltTech
AtlasPpl(n)
ChinaPet(n)
DeltaPetrol
BasicEn(n)
PtroqstE(n)
Tidewatr(n)
NewfldExpl(n)
KodiakOG(a)
CompPdS(n)
Venoco(n)
F XEnergy
SunPowrA
StMaryLE(n)
EncoreAcq(n)
FrontOil(n)
NoAmEn(n)
SeacorHldg(n)
WstnRef(n)
GreenHtr n(a)
Delek(n)
Oilsands(a)
Solarfun
Geokinetic(a)
Geores
Furmanite(n)
AlonUSA(n)
PetroDev
SuperWell
RosettaR
TXCORes
NGSvcs(a)
PHIvtg
JedOil(a)
EvgrnE
NGAS
CVREgyn(n)
NthnOGn(a)
CheniereE(a)
QuestEnn
ChinaSunn
Barnwell(a)
CEFranklin(a)
LucasEn n(a)
EngySvcs(a)

Price
25.13
22.07
23.21
5.20
22.16
8.58
12.63
7.99
14.77
62.11
8.12
11.66
7.46
41.03
21.17
0.78
11.30
6.65
3.91
42.66
24.04
22.49
9.93
5.10
57.86
6.70
10.12
5.50
1.52
6.14
9.75
6.49
6.88
7.00
26.39
14.62
11.99
4.90
11.84
24.73
0.09
0.46
2.55
4.19
4.10
1.10
3.99
4.31
6.60
4.00
1.30
4.97

A9

Div Close
Vol %
Symbol Yld Price Chg Chg

EPS
98
63
75
71
56
26
86
91
8
23
53
70
96
76
71
1
73
98
19
68
97
83
54
73
63
8
6
50
10
73
24
96
73
23
91
59
73
73
95
71
13
22
53
25
27
3
33
33
78
86
33
5

28.21
9.43
28.90
8.50
13.57
12.16
9.99
31.29
12.00
20.40
12.73
14.82
10.21
15.68
27.00
35.39
24.27
13.87
10.50
40.86
19.61
36.38
26.00
40.43
11.59
25.45
24.27
34.47
25.50
21.59
28.90
97.60
26.10
41.00
28.38
13.38
24.95
13.99
10.05
23.64
26.06
34.47
11.45
11.48
15.81
14.14
13.39
22.75
28.09
9.75
30.59
25.85
28.44
32.26
15.06
35.71
29.91
18.08
33.20
12.99
19.97
33.52
34.00
16.22
8.60
24.19

-4.16 -77
-1.11 47
-2.51 166
-1.34 62
-1.13 -69
-0.08 -10
-1.26 44
-2.57 17
-0.86 -46
-3.12 -55
-0.95 -41
-0.78 -27
-1.53 -22
-0.98 -61
-1.54 -36
-1.81 -13
-3.65 48
-1.68 -40
-0.93 34
-2.79 37
-1.35 336
-4.36 -41
-2.09 50
-2.42 -29
-0.16 304
-1.09 43
-1.93 80
-3.05 -64
-1.33 -7
-1.81 -31
-3.09 -47
-8.90 15
-5.03 99
-1.69 48
-1.02 22
-0.52 9
-1.60 134
-1.19 -13
-0.20 138
-0.96 -18
-0.49 52
-4.12 130
-1.19 -44
-0.66 -14
-0.80 38
-0.91 -35
-0.86 -57
-5.25 153
-1.15 24
-0.77 -65
-3.96 254
-4.86 282
-3.40 -42
-1.65 11
-1.12 4
-1.29 84
-4.59 -3
-1.99 -25
-2.37 209
-2.62 71
-1.14 9
-1.98 -19
-8.20 96
-2.27 70
-2.15 122
-3.62 343

Name
Price EPS
Macys(n)
11.46 32
TexRdhsA
7.45 79
DineEquity(n)
9.33 15
Costco
54.40 76
Sonic
11.85 60
BrwShoe(n)
10.75 25
Frischs(a)
18.50 57
Target(n)
37.53 66
RitchieB(n)
19.29 83
Cheescake
10.90 40
TechData
23.35 55
KonaGrill
3.95 17
HomeDp(n)
19.93 40
Zumiez
11.25 60
LimitdBr(n)
13.10 61
Synnex(n)
16.34 84
ChipotleBn(n)
37.85 96
ApplRecy
2.46 36
Kohls(n)
33.16 55
Ingram Micro(n) 13.08 72
Cabelas(n)
8.60 57
CatoCp(n)
12.21 51
SaksInc(n)
6.21 5
OfficeMax(n)
5.80 11
Brightpoint
4.40 60
PFChangs
18.92 59
BonTon
2.02 6
Benihana
3.26 23
Ruddick(n)
29.00 74
RetailVnt(n)
2.66 12
AnnTaylor(n)
16.56 56
GreatAtPac(n)
6.43 11
AFCEntps
5.50 18
AC MreArt
4.62 25
ChrisBnk(n)
5.95 22
LibMIntB
8.41 85
THortons(n)
23.78 74
LibMIntA
8.45 85
Dominos(n)
9.41 26
RedRobin
18.36 76
GameStpA(n)
29.20 98
ChicosFAS(n)
3.61 5
CharmngSh
3.65 4
EthanAlln(n)
22.25 26
SearsHldgs
67.31 35
BldBear(n)
4.96 54
WilSon(n)
13.07 19
JackInBox(n)
16.94 71
CKERestr(n)
7.64 68
Guess(n)
25.83 98
Brinker(n)
13.15 37
RuthsHosp
2.26 42
..................................... Cache
4.60 54
RETAIL (122)
HSNInc
8.33 4
Perfumania
5.27 3
JewettCmrn
4.45 93
RubyTues(n)
3.40 6
Landrys(n)
8.44 32
EstaDlhaiz(n)
48.70 60
WholeFd
15.04 39
Benihana
3.24 23
SignetJwlrs(n)
15.45 21
InglMkt
16.94 73
MarineMax(n)
4.67 10
AberFitc(n)
27.69 73
JCrew(n)
21.71 28
CoreMark
17.76 12
Hhgreggn(n)
6.63 30
AmconDist(a)
17.01 45
TravelCt(a)
1.65 31
EinstnNn
6.55 73
CharRss
8.98 55
OfficeDepot(n)
2.82 15
PCMall
4.00 57
TJXCos(n)
25.64 78
Gottschalks(n)
1.08 20
GanderMtn
2.46 40
Interline(n)
12.24 58
BobEvn
22.97 65
CasualMl
2.52 36
WaysdT
5.60 55
FmsDaves
4.51 68
WstnSizzn
12.00 23
BlocbstrA(n)
1.71 58
Scansrce
21.16 73
PacSunwr
4.18 5
RexStores(n)
8.06 7
Tween(n)
7.70 46
ApldInd(n)
22.03 79
McCmSch
5.82 20
YumBrd(n)
26.68 79
CoffeeHldg(a)
1.60 45
Nordsrm(n)
18.97 66
HuttigBld(n)
1.42 13
Regis(n)
19.30 49
JAlexander
4.50 56
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Tiffany(n)
24.67 86
BUSINESS SVC (117)
Walgrn(n)
25.28 74
OCharly
5.90 30
WPP
32.34 86
AEagleO(n)
10.65 49
CBIZInc(n)
7.18 87
MortonsR(n)
3.35 43
NIC Inc
4.63 84
Lubys(n)
5.61 14
ABMInd(n)
14.48 73
BestBuy(n)
26.31 64
IntegElec
10.04 73
One800FlrA
3.85 43
DonllyRR(n)
17.63 74
WeisMkt(n)
29.57 22
IntrDat(n)
18.96 80
SchoolSpec
23.67 26
IBM(n)
89.00 86
StageStrs(n)
9.89 39
BluPhoenx
2.21 88
Fossil
21.35 85
Unisys(n)
1.79 45
KrispyKrm(n)
2.26 58
AutoData(n)
35.11 74
Penney(n)
23.42 45
Amdocs(n)
24.99 83
Staples
16.69 66
LECGCorp
6.51 40
Gap(n)
14.10 77
InnerWk
8.00 99
Sysco(n)
25.58 68
TechTeam
5.49 67
PricSmrt
12.51 72
IMSHlth(n)
14.40 62
Sothebys(n)
11.09 61
Paychx
27.46 75
BebeStr
7.14 47
ConsldGrph(n)
16.78 77
Suprvalu(n)
18.37 60
DocSecSys(a)
2.99 16
Dennys
2.06 25
AMNHlt(n)
13.11 58
Starbucks
11.01 49
G&KSvc
23.61 62
BookM
3.69 34
Cintas
22.19 59
Luxottica(n)
18.21 73
New Lows continued on B2
BurgerK(n)
20.57 92

A10

WE SAY IT LIKE IT IS

FRIDAY, OCTOBER 10, 2008

INVESTORS.COM

ISSUES & INSIGHTS

WINNER OF THE 2008

Pulitzer Prize

Ayers Has Not Left


Radicalism Behind
Election 08: Bill Ayers isnt out bombing anymore, but
he has never stopped being a radical. His ties to hostile
Marxist regimes remain, raising more questions about
Barack Obamas refusal to fully repudiate him.

istancing himself, as Obama did, from the detestable


acts of the founder of the Weather Underground terror
organization, is one thing. Ayers terror attacks in
armed robbery, police murder, attempted killings of
U.S. troops, and bombings of U.S. democratic institutions to advance a Marxist revolution were quite easy to disavow.
But Ayers supporters say his violence was all a long time ago.
Obama emphasized that his friends terror acts happened when
I was eight years old. Chicago Mayor Richard M. Daley told the
New York Times last week hes done a lot of good in this city and
nationally. He added: This is 2008. People make mistakes. You
judge a person by his whole life.
But a look at Ayers whole life suggests he hasnt changed much
more than his tactics. Hes still the same radical he always was.
Ayers terrorist acts in the 1970s didnt just blow in out of nowhere. Ayers moved to urban guerrilla violence after finding Tom
Haydens riot-prone Students for a Democratic
THE AUDACITY Society too tame. He was inspired by the Cuban
revolution of Fidel Castro, who toppled a democracy a decade earlier.
Ayers Weathermen were part of a broad upsurge of Marxist guerrilla movements across
the hemisphere, using similar tactics to estabOF SOCIALISM lish Cuba-style regimes. These children of the
rich infiltrated universities and spread violence
20TH IN A SERIES
against the establishment, just as Ayers did.
Atthe time Ayers wastargeting the Pentagon, Argentinas communist ERP began terror attacks in 1969, triggering a Dirty War by
1976. Brazils MR-8 shot police and kidnapped a U.S. ambassador
in 1969. In Colombia, the FARC unleashed terror in 1966, and the
M-19 was born in 1970. Uruguays Tupamaros began bombing and
kidnapping in 1970. Perus Shining Path started university agitation in 1973 and full-blown war by 1980. The Weather Underground, founded in 1969, was the same leftist revolution, U.S.-style.
Operating underground, Ayers Weathermen aligned closely
with Castros Cuba, which aided Marxist terror groups. Some
Weathermen on the run found asylum in Havana; others, like
Mark Rudd, were trained by the KGB there. Cuba helped Weathermen on the lam by letting them secretly pass messages through
Cubas embassy in Canada, says FBI informant Larry Grathwohl.
Like many at the time, Ayers was a child of privilege from a
wealthy family who got away with his crimes at a time when the
West had lost its will. Guilty as sin, free as a bird America is a
great country, Ayers taunted after walking free on a technicality.
Ayers is too smart to continue bombing, but remains a revolutionary through other means. He remains proud of his violent past
and alignment with Americas enemies.
I dont regret setting bombs, he famously told the New York
Times. I feel we didnt do enough. His terrorist past reviled here,
hes found a welcome embrace in Hugo Chavezs Venezuela.
Obama says he barely knows him, but in the years when he was
meeting and serving together on the Annenberg Challenge and the
Woods Fund, as well as launching his career with a fundraiser in
AyersCheGuevara-festoonedhouse,AyersmadeatleastfourMarxistpilgrimages to Caracas to praiseChavezs dictatorial regime.
He sits on the board of a Venezuelan government think tank
called Miranda International Center, focused on bringing Cubastyle education to Venezuelan school children.
Recentpolls show this turning of schools toward Marxist indoctrination terrifies average Venezuelans. Venezuelan dissidents also
accuse Miranda of rewriting constitutions in South America to
grant leftist leaders absolute power, with some saying Ayers had a
role in 2007s effort to give Chavez total power inside Venezuela.
Its not surprising. Ayers violent methods may have influenced
Chavezs rise to power in 1998. Like Ayers terrorists, Chavezs
campaign began with Weather Underground-style hijackings of
bank trucks. At the same time, captured computer documents
show that Chavez took $150,000 from FARC while in prison.
Ayers Miranda biography calls him leader of the revolutionary
and anti-imperialist group The Weather Underground which initiated armed struggle against the government of the USA for more
than 10 years from the heart of the empire.
It continues: Now, hes a professor of education and executive researcher of the University of Illinois in Chicago. Hes developed
courses around urban reform of schools, problems of capitalist education, and research. He is the author or editor of more than 11
books, including a memoir titled Fugitive Days on the struggle
against the government of the United States.
In other words, education isnt the best credential for this supposedly distinguished professor his terrorist past is.
Its a good guess that his biography on the Miranda site was written by Ayers himself. Ayers Miranda peers are a soup of the international far left: a FARC apologist from Colombia, a Che-crazy
UCLA professor named Peter McLaren, and activist Eva Golinger,
who was closely tied to Philip Agee, the fugitive CIA traitor who
died earlier this year in Havana.
Meanwhile, Ayers stepson Chesa Boudin has close Venezuelan
ties, too. He identified himself as a foreign-policy adviser intern to
Venezuelas government in 2005. He had an office next to
Chavezs own in the presidential palace. Not surprising, since Boudins grandfather is Fidel Castros personal attorney, and his mother is jailed Weather Underground terrorist Kathy Boudin. His family ties give him street cred to communists.
This, then, is Bill Ayers.
Obama claims he had no idea about his terrorist past when he met
him, and hasnt talked to him since 2005.
But with the association going back to the 1980s and Ayers making no secret of his radical views, this is hard to believe.
Given glowing profiles of Ayers and his past in the Chicago Tribune, as writer Jonah Goldberg found, and Ayers radical agenda
in education and philanthropy while Obama and Ayers served on
charitable projects, its hard to imagine anything but a deep bond.
The reality is, either Obama is naive or he doesnt care that Ayers
remains an anti-American radical who would hurt his country.
His ties to the rising radicalism in Latin America continue. Could
anything be more useful to Chavez than to have someone like
Ayers as a go-between with a U.S. president? Obama still has repudiated only Ayers past terrorist actions. What about his present?

Putting A Face On Terror


Election 08: Obama says McCain wont raise the Ayers
issue to his face. Well, theres one more debate, senator,
and maybe youd like John Murtaugh to ask the question: What did you know and when did you know it?

ts almost certain that in the questions not selected by Tom


Brokaw for the second presidential debate, there was at least
one about William Ayers, whom Brokaw describes as a school
reformer and not the Weather Underground leader who still
doesnt regret bombing government buildings.
The question was never asked and McCain never mentioned his
name, even though the last question of the debate provided a
missed opportunity. Brokaw asked the question, which he said had
a Zen-like quality to it: What dont you know and how will you
learn it?
McCain could have responded that he, and we, still dont know
when Obama was first aware that Ayers, that guy who just lived in
Obamas neighborhood, was an unrepentant terrorist and why he
continued to associate with him once he did know. But he didnt.
In his interview with ABCs Charles Gibson, Obama whines that
while speaking about Ayers on the campaign trail and in campaign
ads, McCain wasnt willing to say it to my face in the Nashville debate. But that was Zen, this is now.
As John Murtagh, a Yonkers, N.Y., city councilman, says, if Obama
didnt know who Ayers was when they first met, Obama has to be
the dumbest man who ever graduated from Columbia University
and Harvard Law School. Murtagh says, I dont buy that at all.
Murtagh is the son of a judge whose home was bombed by the
Weather Underground.
Councilman Murtagh, who is running for the New York state legislature, has already released a statement through the McCain campaign attacking Obama for associating with an unrepentant leader
of the terrorist organization that tried to kill him as a boy.
Obama keeps saying he was only eight when Ayers and the Weathermen were conducting their deadly bombings. Writing in City
Journal earlier this year, Murtagh responds that he was only nine

when the Weathermen tried to kill him and his family. Murtagh describes how in the early morning hours of Feb. 21, 1970, three gasoline-filled firebombs went off, two at the front door and one under
the family car.
Young Murtaghs father, then a New York State Supreme Court
justice, was presiding over the trial of the so-called Panther 21,
members of the Black Panther Party indicted in a plot to bomb New
York landmarks and department stores. Ayers wife, Bernadine
Dohrn, later would acknowledge Weathermen responsibility for
the bombing.
How did Ayers and Obama connect in the first place? Did Ayers
just wake up one morning and decide to host Obamas first campaign fundraiser in his home? Murtagh thinks he knows how the
two got together. He believes the relationship goes back 20 years
to when Michelle Obama and Bernadine Dohrn were employees at
the same law firm.
As National Review Onlines Andrew McCarthy has reported, in
1988 Dohrn worked at the prestigious Sidley Austin law firm as an
intern even though her terrorist past kept her from being admitted
to the bar. Dohrn had been hired by Howard Trienens, head of the
firm and an associate of Thomas G. Ayers, Bill Ayers father.
Sidley was the longtime outside counsel for Tom Ayers company,
Commonwealth Edison.
Bill Ayers father had pull at the firm and successfully pressed for
the hiring of his daughter-in-law.
At the same time, Michelle Obama worked at Sidley Austin as an associate.
By the time Michelle Obama joined Sidley Austin as a summer associate, Obama had known Bill Ayers for two years through their involvement in Alliance for Better Chicago Schools. Later, Ayers and
Dohrn would host Barack Obamas political coming out party at
their home.
John Murtagh has spent a lifetime researching the people who
tried to kill him. He doesnt blame Obama for their deeds when he
was a child. He blames Obama for picking Ayers as an associate,
feigning ignorance and hiding the truth.
Murtagh has seen the face of terror. In the next debate, John
McCain should make Obama face, and admit, the truth.

Obama And The Oracle Of Omaha


Election 08: Why would a man linked with the Wall
Street culture Barack Obama hates top his list for Treasury chief? Obama knows something many dont about
billionaire Warren Buffett.

espite his storied investing prowess, Buffett is a liberal who


sees eye-to-eye with Obama on economic policy. Thats
why hes contributed $4,600 to Obamas campaign along
with $28,500 to the DNC and not a dime to John McCain or Republicans during this election cycle.
During the Nashville debate, Obama put forth an ideological litmus for the Treasury job, a post that has taken on even more importance amid the financial meltdown. He said he would want to make
sure the next secretary shares his views on improving tax fairness
and income redistribution.
The key is making sure the next Treasury secretary understands
that it is not enough just to help those at the top, he said. Buffett,
the so-called Oracle of Omaha, would make a good choice for the
job, Obama said. That left some observers scratching their heads.
But in Obamas 2006 memoir, he recounts visiting with Buffett at
his office in Omaha, Neb. And if Obamas account can be believed,
Buffett told him he endorses his plan to soak the rich. If theres class
warfare going on in America, my class is winning, Buffett lamented,
while striking other notes discordant with his capitalist image.
The worlds richest man thinks other rich should pay more so the
government can make the right investments with their money.
Those investments include most everything Obamas proposing,
from universal college and health care to urban redevelopment.
The market isnt so good at making sure that the wealth thats produced is being distributed fairly or wisely, Buffett told Obama.
Those of us whove benefited most from the market should pay a
bigger share. News flash: You already do. According to IRS data,
the top 1% of taxpayers paid about the same amount of federal individual income taxes as the bottom 95%.

And nothing is stopping Buffett, if he wants to pay more, from cutting checks directly to the poor as he squirms uncomfortably and apparently guiltily atop his mounds of billions. This would be far more
efficient than having government tax and spend his money. But no,
he prefers that Obama redistribute your income, too.
Buffett, a registered Democrat who opposed the Bush tax cuts, is
also mad the president repealed the death tax. When you get rid of
the estate tax, he told Obama, youre basically handing over command of the countrys resources to people who didnt earn it.
So thats worse than handing it over to the politicians and bureaucrats who arent even related to people whove run a business, and
who loot the public till practically every chance they get?
Buffett has also said he pays too little property tax on his Laguna
Beach, Calif., estate and wants to repeal Californias anti-tax measure Prop. 13 so everybody will have to pay more property tax.
Obama says he asked Buffett how many of his fellow billionaires
shared his views. Ill tell you, not very many, he laughed. They
have this idea that its their money and they deserve to keep every
penny of it. The idea.
Obama says it may be surprising to some to hear the worlds foremost capitalist talk in this way. No, it would only be surprising if he
actually fit that definition.
Buffett may be a brilliant investor but politically he sounds more
like a liberal Keynesian. The notion that hed be the white knight
the economy needs to save it from the abyss appears to be based on
faulty assumptions about his free-market conservatism.

Going From First To Third?


As he watches the Dow bounce around like the Argentine austral,
columnist Eugene Robinson wonders if this Third World-style
economic disaster is turning the U.S. into a Third World country.
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ON THE RIGHT

Deficit Is Least
Of Our Worries
In This Crisis

What Do Rich
Pay In Taxes?
Never Enough

ope vs. fear, new vs. old: Barack


Obama and John McCain have
placed their bets. These are the
terms on which the 2008 presidential campaign will be decided.
Thats why its unfair for political bystanders to attack Obama and McCain for offering few specifics as to how theyd fix an ailing economy. And its foolish to ask them to
jettison their campaign promises in order to
pay homage to the God of Balanced Budgets.
Each campaign has given voters ample notice about the inclinations, temperaments,
habits, philosophical leanings and advisers
they would bring to the
White House. Thats
enough.
Piles of prescriptions
would be useless because this crisis is moving so fast.
New ideas could become obsolete in a few
days or require substantial redrafting on
the run, as happened
with McCains sketchy
mortgage-purchase plan floated during
Tuesdays debate.
In this financial catastrophe, last weeks
unthinkable idea quickly becomes this
weeks imperative.
The Bush administration is wisely contemplating following the lead of British Prime
Minister Gordon Brown in having government take ownership shares in many banks
to get them more cash and allow them to
lend again.
If Obama had suggested such a thing, he
would have been condemned as a socialist
and the administration might well have had
to shelve a necessary idea. Better that the
candidates acknowledge that they are powerless until after Nov. 4.
As for cutting back on their programs because the government is spending and lending so much to save the economy, the candidates should just say no to the deficit carpers.
Yes, the federal government faces a huge
deficit, bloated during eight years in which
many now crying out for fiscal responsibility put up little resistance when the administration started two wars and cut taxes at the
same time. Where were the deficit hawks
then?
The time to balance budgets is when the
economy is humming. Now, the government is obligated not only to prop up the
economy but also to bring back long-term
growth. That will require transformative investments in infrastructure, health care, education and new green technologies.
Ifyou think thenumber of Americans without health insurance is too high now, wait
until this recession really kicks in. Few investments would help businesses more
than offloading a share of their health care
costs to the government. Its social justice
with an economic kick.
In fact, if these various bailout plans work,
the government should get much of its
money back during an economic recovery.
If they dont work, balancing the budget
will be the least of our problems.
The short-term costs of healing the economy should be considered apart from the rest
of the budget. We should create a separate
Economic Recovery Authority to handle
the outflow and (we hope) inflow of cash
from various bailout plans.
Obama and McCain are giving us a clear
sense of who they are and how they would
lead.
It would seem that Obama has been studying the 1932 Great Depression campaign of
Franklin D. Roosevelt. The key to
Roosevelts victory was not a big program
but a jaunty sense of optimism in the midst
of despair that led to his signature inaugural
line the only thing we have to fear is fear
itself. Less famously, Roosevelt declared in
his acceptance speech that this is no time
for fear, for reaction or for timidity.
In recent days, Obama has painted himself
as calm, pragmatic, open and hopeful. He
seemed to be channeling FDR when he told
a crowd in Indianapolis on Wednesday:
This isnt a time for fear or for panic. This is
a time for resolve and steady leadership.
As for McCain, his campaign is trying to
sow fear and panic about Obama. Thats exactly what Herbert Hoover tried to do with
Roosevelt. Days before the 1932 election,
Hoover attacked Roosevelts inchoate
New Deal.
He predicted it would crack the timbers
of the Constitution and warned voters to
beware of the glitter of promise.
Hoover stopped short of declaring
Roosevelt a celebrity. But Donald A. Ritchie
reports in his excellent 2007 book, Electing FDR, that Hoover saw Roosevelt as
his weakest and most vulnerable foe and
did not respect him as a political rival.
McCain conveys unmistakably that he feels
the same way about that one running
against him.
Its too early to predict that the 2008 campaign will turn out like the one in 1932. But
history suggests that in American elections,
the candidate who underestimates his opponent often loses, and hope almost always
beats fear.

E.J.
Dionne Jr.

PERSPECTIVE

What Barney Frank Doesnt Grasp:


Lending Mandates Hurt The Poor
HOWARD HUSOCK

ouse Financial Services Chairman


Barney Frank has suggested that linking the banking crisis to the high-risk
bank lending mandates of the Community
Reinvestment Act and the affordable
housing goals set by Congress for Fannie
Mae and Freddie Mac constitutes a Republican effort to scapegoat poor, minority households that took out such mortgages.
Frank says such people are the victims, not
the cause.
He not only fails to acknowledge the role
the government-sponsored mortgage giants played in the flight to unsafe lending.
He also doesnt understand the wrongheadedness of government lending mandates for
low-income neighborhoods: They tend to
harm the prospects of the households and
areas they purport to help.
Thats why its crucial, once markets begin
to right themselves and Congress turns to
the work of crafting a post-crisis regulatory
regime, that such lending mandates end.
The unanticipated consequences of the
CRA, which pushes banks to make loans
theyd otherwise not originate, and the
HUD affordable housing goals, which
forced Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac to buy
such loans, stem from the same fundamental mistake: the misguided belief that it is enlightened public policy to mandate lending
for reasons other than the capacity of households to make their payments.
I first encountered the fallout from this on
a visit to Barack Obamas home turf, the
near South Side neighborhood of Chicago
known as the Back of the Yards. Its the
place where the original community organizer, Saul Alinsky, plied his trade.
There, in 2003, I was taken on a tour of a
street where the leading edge of what
turned out to be our foreclosure crisis was
just emerging. Of perhaps 20 bungalows on
a block, four were in foreclosure, one alreadytaken overby a local gang. A community organizer (yes, really) from Neighborhood Housing Services of Chicago had gone

so far as to identify the lenders whose loans


had led to defaults both on that street and
in an emerging default belt for blocks
around. They were not local institutions,
but rather a whos who of major banks from
around the country.
All had good reason to make such loans in
low-income neighborhoods such as this or
buy them from banks that advertised in
banking industry publications to fulfill
the goals that Treasury Department officials had set for compliance with the Community Reinvestment Act.
If banks hoped to branch, or to merge, an
outstanding CRA rating was paramount.
The law provided no incentive for the loans
to perform only to be granted.
The implicit operative philosophy: Our financial system is inherently unfair, and the
disenfranchised should, by mandate, be
dealt in on whatever terms.
It was left for the leader of the neighborhood block association the wife of a local
plumber who herself worked at the local
school to try to pick up the pieces. That
hurts values right there, she said, referring
toaboarded-up house. Youtrytoshow people that theres hope for the block, and then
you get slapped right back down again.
One can say that banks should not have
made the loan. But the fact is the law gave
them the incentive to do so all the more so
because such loans in low-income ZIP
codes were easily sold to Fannie Mae under
pressure from Congress and HUD to meet
its affordable housing goals and subgoals.
These included a mandate that no less
than 32% of the loans that Fannie Mae purchased come from central cities, rural
areas and other underserved areas.
As one major regional banker told me,
Fannie Mae would come in and scoop up
all our CRA loans.
The point here is not that the combination
of CRA and the secondary mortgage giants
caused our meltdown by themselves although Fannie Mae and Freddie Macs
climbing stated profits during the first half
of the decade certainly did put pressure on

all financial institutions to show results that


were comparable or better.
No, the key point is a rejoinder to the Barney Frank view that those now criticizing
the CRA are indifferent, at best, to the situation of poor and minority households.
Congress can mandate that credit be allocated to select areas but it wont create
healthy neighborhoods that way. It turns
out that its the discipline of well-functioning markets that helps create neighborhood
social fabric.
When households work hard and play by
the rules saving a down payment, improving their credit rating over time they are
far less likely to default and far less likely to
leave their credit-worthy neighbor left holding the bag as a street declines.
When lending is charity, foreclosure is invited and its the good borrowers and frugal families who are hurt.
Its worth noting that the only consistent
voice in Congress to express concern about
the fallout from community reinvestment
requirements, as they expanded during the
1990s, was the senator now judged to be especially indifferent to the plight of those of
modest means Phil Gramm.
There was, to be sure, a time when many
urbanneighborhoods could not easily get access to credit. That, however, was merely a
side effect of a heavily regulated banking system, one that provided little reason for
banks to take risks or try markets where values might be falling.
Today, instead of politically allocated credit dished out because of where people live
rather than their ability to repay, we must
look to a revived banking system that will
set interest rates commensurate with credit
histories and reward those who work hard
and save. Otherwise, the very people in
whose name Barney Frank operates will
again be victims.
00 Husock is vice president for policy re-

search at the Manhattan Institute and author of Americas Trillion-Dollar Housing


Mistake.

VIEWPOINT

Does Obama Walk The Walk On Schools?


Third Of Four Parts
THOMAS SOWELL

hat about those real issues that


Barack Obamas supporters in the
media say we should get back to,
whenever some new unsavory fact about
his past comes out?
Surely education is a real issue, with American schoolchildren consistently scoring
below those in other countries, and children in minority communities faring worst
of all. What about Senator Obamas position
on this real issue?
As with other issues, he has talked one way
and acted the opposite way.
The education situation in Obamas home
base of Chicago is one of the worst in the nation for the children and one of the best
for the unionized teachers.
Fewer than one-third of Chicagos highschool juniors meet the statewide standards
on tests. Only 6% of the youngsters who
enter Chicago high schools become college
graduates by the time they are 25 years old.
The problem is not money: Chicago
spends more than $10,000 per student. Chicago teachers are doing well. A beginning
teacher, fresh out of college, earns more
than the citys median income and that can
rise to more than $100,000 over the years.
Thats for teaching six hours a day, nine
months of the year. Moreover, a teachers in-

come is dependent on seniority and other


such factors and in no way dependent on
whether their students are actually learning
anything.
Obama has said eloquent and lofty words
about education, as he has about other
things for example, how it is unacceptable in a country as wealthy as ours that
some children are not getting a decent shot
at life because of the failing schools.
In a predominantly black suburb of Chicago, where the average teachers salary is
$83,000 and one-fourth of the teachers
make more than $100,000, Barack Obama
noted that the school day ends at 1:30 p.m.
In his book Dreams from My Father,
Obama said candidly that black teachers
and administrators defend the status quo
with the same skill and vigor as their white
counterparts of two decades before.
It is not a question of Obamas not knowing. He has demonstrated conclusively that
he knows what is going on. But, for all his eloquent words, he has voted consistently for
the teachers unions and the status quo. I
owe those unions, he has said frankly.
When their leaders call, I do my best to call
them back right away. I dont consider this
corrupting in any way.
Only other politicians special interests are
called special interests by Barack Obama,
whose world-class ability to rationalize is
his most frightening skill.
Even when he verbally endorses the re-

form idea of merit pay for teachers, he cleverly redefines merit so that it will be measured by teachers themselves, rather than
by arbitrary tests. In other words, Obama
placates critics of the educational status quo
by being for merit pay in words, while making those words meaningless, so as not to offend the teachers unions.
The failings of teachers are only part of the
disaster of inner-city public schools. Disruptive and violent students can make it impossible for even the best teachers to educate
students.
Administrators are reluctant to impose
any serious punishment on those students
who make it impossible for other students
to learn. Partly this is because liberal judges
can make it literally a federal case ifmore minority students are punished than others.
In other words, if black males are punished more often than Asian-American females, that can be enough to get the administrators drawn into a legal labyrinth, costing
money and time, even if the punishment is
eventually upheld.
When a bill was introduced into the Illinois state legislature that would put more
teeth into suspensions of misbehaving students, Barack Obama voted against that bill.
A real reformer would want to crack down
on both unruly students and unaccountable
teachers.A cleverpolitician would speakeloquently, demand change and then vote
for the status quo. Obama talks a great game.

o, what do the rich pay in federal income taxes? Nothing, right? That, at
least, is what most people think. And
Democratic presidential candidate Barack
Obama wants to raise the top marginal rate
for the rich known in some quarters as
job creators.
A recent poll by Investors Business Daily
asked, in effect, What share do you think
the rich pay? Its findings? Most people are
completely clueless about the amount the
rich actually do pay.
First, the data. The top 5% (those making
more than $153,542 the group whose
taxes Obama seeks to raise) pay 60% of all
federal income taxes. The rich (aka the top
1% of income earners, those making more
than $388,806 a year),
according to the IRS,
pay 40% of all federal
income taxes.
The top 1%s taxes
make up 17% of the federalgovernments revenuefrom all sources,including
corporate
taxes, excise taxes, social insurance and retirement receipts.
Now, what do people
think the rich pay? The IBD/TIPP Poll
found that 36% thought the rich contribute
10% or less of all federal income taxes. An additional 15% thought the rich pay between
10% and 20%, while 10% thought the richs
share is between 20% and 30%. In other
words, most people thought the rich pay
less far less than they actually do. Only
12% of those polled thought the rich pay
more than 40%.
Lets try this another way. A U.S. News &
World Report blogger went to the Democratic National Convention in Denver and
conducted an informal poll of 24 DNC delegates. He asked them, What should the
rich pay in income taxes?
Half the respondents said 25%; 25% said
20%; 12% said 30%; and another 12%
said 35%. The average DNC delegate
wanted the rich to pay 25.6%, which is lower
than what the rich pay now both by share
of taxes and by tax rate!
Thirty percent of American voters pay
nothing zero, zip, nada in federal income taxes. And, not too surprisingly, compared with taxpaying voters they are more
likely to support spending that benefits
them.
The majority of the 30% who dont pay federal income taxes agree with Obamas $65
billion plan to institute taxpayer-funded universal health coverage. But the majority of
the 70% who pay federal income taxes are
opposed to Obamas health care plan.
Nontaxpayers support Obamas plans for
increased tax deductions for lower-income
Americans, along with higher overall tax
rates levied against middle- and upper-income households. The majority of nontaxpayers (57%) also favor raising the individual income-tax rate for those in the highest
bracket to 54% from 35%. And the majority
(59%) favor raising Social Security taxes by
4% for any individual or business that
makes at least $250,000.
Obama calls increasing taxes and giving
them to the needy a matter of neighborliness. His running mate, Joe Biden, calls it a
matter of patriotism.
Yet when it comes to charitable giving, neither Obama (until recently) nor Biden feels
sufficiently neighborly or patriotic to donate as much as the average American
household: 2% of their adjusted gross income.
Liberal families earn about 6% more than
conservative families, yet conservative
households donate about 30% more to charity than do liberal households. And conservatives give more than just to their own
churches and other houses of worship. Conservatives, especially religious conservatives, give far more money and donate more
of their time to nonreligious charitable causes than do liberals especially secular liberals.
In 2007, President Bush and his wife had
an adjusted gross income of $923,807. They
paid $221,635 in taxes and donated
$165,660 18% of their income to charity. Vice President and Mrs. Cheney, in 2007,
had a taxable income of $3.04 million. They
paid $602,651 in taxes and donated
$166,547 5.5% of their income to charity.
Barack Obama and his wife, Michelle,
earned between $200,000 and $300,000 a
year between 2000 and 2004, and they donated less than 1% to charity. When their income soared to $4.2 million in 2007, their
charitable contributions went up to 5%.
Joe and Jill Biden, by contrast, made
$319,853 and gave $995 to charity in 2007,
or 0.3% of their income. And that was during the year Biden was running for president. Over the past 10 years, the Bidens
earned $2,450,042 and gave $3,690 to charity or 0.1% of their income.
So lets sum up. The compassionate liberals at least based on charitable giving
show less compassion than hardhearted
conservatives. The rich pay more in income
taxes than people think. Voters, clueless
about the facts, want the rich to pay still
more.

Larry
Elder

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DJ Inds
Close 85.79 Dec
p75 42 0 54 404 2 10 413 3
p80 121 1 50 203 4 50 759 4 15
p85 915 3 20 117 5 30 .... ....
p88 443 4 75 20 4 82 .... ....
p93 1.8k 7 40 15 7 8 7 49
c93 705 1 95 19 4 15 1 6 70
p94 514 8 7410 40 7 8 96
p95 816 8 65 115 11 12711 20
c97 580 0 77 8 2 55 8 3 50
p97 583 7 70 3 12 1810 69
c98 453 0 55 10 2 68 2 3 55
c100 865 0 45 28 1 85 51 2 60
p100 545 13 2013 70 51415 20
c101 518 0 33 40 1 80 45 3 10
c102 795 0 25 .... .... .... ....
c103 540 0 31 14 1 57 33 1 75
c105 447 0 19 17 1 25 22 1 65
c108 11 0 07 .... ....4.0k 1 25
c115 .... .... .... .... 614 0 32
c120 10 0 04 10k 0 17 .... ....
GS Idx
Close 114.47 Dec
c120 1.0k 5 80 1 11 4013 50
Nasd100
Close 1275.09 Dec
p850 .... .... 2.4k 10 10 .... ....
p1000 228 4 52 1.6k27 50 16633 40
p1075 373 7 49 524 43 .... ....
p1100 555 12 1.6k47 10 14635 60
p1125 317 16 10 2.6k55 95 .... ....
p1150 1.0k 20 19058 90 156 68
p1175 526 30 90 8071 60 .... ....
p1200 1.4k 33 80 63873 70 418 88
p1225 579 38 30 7585 90 669 10
p1250 869 45 50 48691 25 13190 40
p1275 1.9k 56 255 113 20
108 63
p1300 1.2k 67 31 482 112 90 22
115
c1300 518 55 30 104 105 10 ....
....
p1325 288 88 40 209 133 78 595
101 70
c1325 482 42 50 7993 60 454110
Bank Idx

50

c1350
p1350
134 10
c1375
c1400
p1400
18
c1425
p1450
21
c1450
c1475
c1500
c1525
c1550
c1575
c1600
c1625
c1700

1.6k 32 10682 10 1.2k98 10


1.3k 95 90 161 147 68 2.3k

816 23 90 9871 80 1786 30


729 17 50 2.6k62 30 3675 40
807 152 6 158 65
150
2.0k 12 50 13853 80 1966 72
473 173 80 42 164
231 25
2.5k 9 11146 10 1648 70
832 6 30 25140 20 15 42
1.1k 4 50 79 31 38643 11
1.5k 3 30 16327 60 4035 20
792 2 50 7919 68 172 26
633 1 60 113 20 7222 49
732 1 20 53914 40 23319 70
431 0 88 13312 50 8221 37
304 0 45 1.6k 6 20 2.4k 9 22
NtGas
Close 356.41 Dec
p500 406 111 .... .... ....
....

Nov

Option Totals
Total
Call
Volume

Exchange

NYSE AMEX
Boston
Chicago
ISEC
Philadelphia
Totals

Call
Open
Interest

Oct

Total
Put
Volume

391,661
433,660
3,036,092
2,640,871
986,885
7,489,168 173,159,909

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

Oct

679,411
515,616
4,109,376
2,683,116
989,535
8,977,054

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

Nov

Oct

Nov

ABB Ltd
Close 14.31 Dec c13 no tr 3.8k 1 05 no tr
p15 5.2k 0 80 28 2 25 64 2 20 c14 704 0 30 2.5k 0 65 212 1 10
Close 88.74 Jan
AbtLab
Close 50.25 Feb Apple
c55 3.1k 0 45 296 1 80 20 4 70 p70 8.0k 1 05 427 5 60 179 7 65
AdobeS
Close 27.99 Jan p75 4.1k 1 70 2.6k 6 90 309 9 35
p27 50 4.5k 1 50 76 2 55 60 2 65 c80 2.4k12 25 55918 50 6120 15
AEagleO
Close 10.63 Feb p80 9.2k 2 70 1.8k 8 68 50711 70
p12 50 11 2 25 5.5k 2 60 no tr c85 3.7k 8 95 45215 45 2420 15
Aeropstl
Close 24.16 Jan p85 8.6k 4 40 2.2k10 75 422 14
20
c30 536 0 7.0k 0 85 3.1k 2 05 c90 13k 5 95 1.6k12 80 60716 80
c40 no tr no tr 6.4k 0 35 p90 13k 6 50 1.8k12 95 51716 75
AFLAC
Close 39.70 Feb c95 15k 3 95 2.7k11 10 34013 40
c65 10 0 05 3.8k 0 40 5 1 20 p95 7.4k 9 30 1.3k15 60 21820 15
AK Steel
Close 11.53 Dec c100 19k 2 65 2.1k 8 70 1.1k12 70
p12 50 1.1k 2 10 3.5k 3 10 41 3 20 p100 4.3k12 45 1.4k 19 23421 75
c15 5.3k 0 65 5.6k 1 75 11 2 90 c105 9.0k 1 41 2.3k 6 80 251 11
p15 750 3 70 2.9k 4 10 53 5 c110 13k 0 97 1.7k 5 35 359 9 40
c20 3.5k 0 24 555 0 60 1.0k 1 40 p115 3.4k24 95 34328 50 667 33
Alcoa
Close 12.46 Jan c115 9.7k 0 54 1.1k 4 20 582 6 90
p15 3.2k 2 43 897 3 35 94 4 05 c120 3.5k 0 30 706 3 10 254 5 80
Allergan
Close 41.54 Jan p125 2.4k34 45 91536 60 16540 54
Close 88.74 Jan
c45 11 0 95 156 3 50 10k 6 Apple fr
c65 21 0 05 10 0 20 5.2k 0 60 p160 8.7k70 53 no tr no tr
Allstate
Close 27.50 Jan p170 4.7k80 53 no tr no tr
20
ArchDan
Close
15.29 Dec
p50 no tr no tr 4.3k19
p60 no tr no tr 3.3k29 75 c17 50 2.9k 0 40 257 1 50 792 1 90
Close 23.00 Jan
Altera
Close 16.05 Dec AT&T Inc
p17 50 2.5k 1 55 6 2 20 141 2 40 p27 50 3.7k 3 50 no tr 89 4 75
Amazon
Close 56.00 Jan c30 153 0 03 158 0 46 5.2k 0 80
Close 8.55 Jan
p50 5.8k 1 45 1.0k 5 666 6 50 AutoNatn
p55 4.5k 2 97 405 6 90 211 8 40 p7 50 25 0 20 145 1 20 2.8k 2 30
20
c60 3.0k 2 466 6 70 169 8 65 p10 1.8k 1 85 29 2 35 3.6k 3 50
65
20
20
Close 58.42 Feb
p60 4.3k 5 538 9 37211 Baxter
c62 50 2.4k 1 75 392 6 65 no tr p62 50 15 4 70 4.3k 4 90 10 6 10
Close 28.25 Dec
c65 3.2k 1 15 508 4 60 55 6 60 BB&T
c70 4.8k 0 39 45 3 50 24 4 95 p25 2.4k 1 35 57 3 438 3 90
AmbacFin
Close 1.49 Feb p27 50 3.1k 2 45 282 3 20 14 5
Close 44.76 Jan
c5 2.5k 0 05 544 0 15 no tr BiogenIdc
AmerCap
Close 13.40 Feb c50 210 0 65 49 2 80 5.0k 4 70
p30 no tr 3.1k17 30 1018 90 c65 no tr 50 0 35 5.1k 1 25
Close 11.66 Jan
AmExp
Close 24.00 Jan BJ Svc
p20 716 0 85 787 2 50 2.3k 3 50 c15 3.0k 0 45 10 1 05 2 1 25
Close 19.63 Feb
p22 50 4.3k 1 50 344 3 58 112 4 80 Bk of Am
p25 1.5k 2 75 1.6k 4 70 4.0k 5 90 p10 1.5k 0 14 3.1k 0 60 180 1 13
p27 50 2.5k 4 20 1.5k 5 90 218 7 30 p15 6.0k 0 59 4.3k 1 66 916 3
c30 3.6k 0 50 94 2 223 3 11 p17 50 19k 1 20 3.8k 2 50 395 3 15
c32 50 3.6k 0 20 134 1 59 52 3 20 p20 33k 2 22 7.6k 3 74 568 5 25
Amgen
Close 50.26 Jan c20 7.5k 2 05 1.5k 3 65 34 5 85
c70
6 0 04 no tr 3.1k 0 45 p22 50 10k 3 70 2.6k 5 10 344 6 70
c75
3 0 05 no tr 8.3k 0 21 c22 50 19k 1 07 2.1k 2 52 184 3 70
AmIntGp
Close 2.39 Feb p25 31k 5 30 2.3k 6 75 624 8 20
c2 50 3.5k 0 38 2.6k 0 60 451 1 c25 21k 0 51 6.1k 1 73 349 3 15
p2 50 10k 0 41 7.1k 0 60 132 1 05 c27 50 14k 0 21 2.7k 1 07 1.1k 2 43
c3 7.8k 0 20 1.1k 0 45 109 0 93 c30 6.5k 0 12 3.6k 0 68 510 1 92
p3 3.5k 0 70 3.2k 1 33 1 47 c32 50 1.1k 0 07 11k 0 51 201 1 65
c4 8.3k 0 10 3.8k 0 27 427 0 73 c35 4.5k 0 04 4.4k 0 29 437 1 12
c5 11k 0 05 8.5k 0 18 1.1k 0 50 c37 50 4.5k 0 04 987 0 14 105 0 80
p5 610 2 60 23k 2 70 33 2 99 c40 1.1k 0 03 2.6k 0 14 141 0 66
Close 16.86 Jan
Amylin
Close 13.68 Jan Block
p15 5.8k 1 45 no tr no tr p20 944 3 15 3 10 2.6k 3 80
Close 40.70 Jan
Anadrk
Close 30.41 Feb BP PLC
p30 2.7k 2 05 638 4 no tr c60 100 0 05 44 0 15 3.0k 0 50
AnnalyCap
Close 11.27 Jan BrMySq
Close 17.98 Dec
p11 751 1 3.3k 1 45 130 2 25 c22 50 3.8k 0 05 2.8k 0 17 75 0 29
p12 no tr 2.6k 1 85 no tr Broadcm
Close 14.80 Feb

LEAPS
pMay09
cNov08
AbtLab

27.69
30 614 7 40
32 50 2.2k 1 90
50.25

pJan10 40 1.0k 3 13

cJan10 20 1.1k 11
cJan10
cJan10
cJan10
cJan10

2 50 763
5 1.3k
7 50 772
40 538

Apple

1.66 cJan10 150


pJan10 5 3.0k 3 50 BankAm
cJan10 10 3.0k 0 30 pJan10 20
Altria o
17.38 cJan10 25
pJan10 60 707 10 43 cJan10 30
pJan09 60 1.1k 8 10 pJan10 30
pJan09 80 723 21 15 pJan10 35
AmbacFn
1.49 cJan10 35
cJan10 7 50 553 0 65 pJan10 40
AirTran

AMD

Oct

p400
p410
p420
p425
p430
c440
p440
p445
p450
p455
p460
c460
c465
p465
p470
c470
c475
c480
c485
p485
c490
p490
p500
c500
c505
p510
c510
p515
c515
c520
c530
p530
....
c540
c550
c580
c590
c605
c610

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

Oct

Nov

4.04 BarrickG

8.71 cJan10 22 50 723 2 20


1.3k 3 80 cJan10 25 1.2k 1 54
14.80 pJan10 25 1.8k 13 10
606 1 41 cJan10 27 50 1.0k 1 49
8.17 cJan10 30 5.4k 1 14
674 0 15 pJan10 30 560 18 75
ChespEng
17.71 cJan10 35 539 0 75
cJan10 15 1.0k 8 50 cJan10 40 1.3k 0 60

Blackstn
2.39 cJan10 10
1 65 Broadcm
1 15 cJan10 30
0 60 Cemex oo
0 01 cJan09 20

88.74
546 9 55

19.63 ChinaMbl

670 7
560 5 30
873 4
3.4k 14
772 17 80
1.9k 2 40
902 22 65
34.99

pJan10 2 50 501 1 05 pJan10 50 600 21 19


26.31
cJan10 7 50 837 1 15 BestBuy
AmExp
24.00 pJan10 20 704 3 50

42.14 CocaCola

43.30

pJan10 50 1.2k 12 60 pJan10 45 561 7 30


cJan10 50 1.1k 6 CoeurM
1.26
17.19 cJan10 2 50 923 0 50
cJan10 25 2.9k 1 60 cJan10 5 783 0 30
pJan10 27 50 621 9 80 Corning
12.30
cJan10 30 682 0 78 cJan10 20 701 1 70
Citigrp
12.93 cJan10 25 1.4k 1 05
cJan10 15 682 4 15 CVRD
12.19
cJan10 17 50 7.6k 3 25 pJan10 15 788 6 30
pJan10 20 3.0k 9 30 cJan10 20 2.8k 2 07
cJan10 20 2.9k 2 85 cJan10 22 50 731 1 76
Cisco

p945
p950
c950
p955
c955
c960
p960
c965
p965
c970
p970
p975

SPX500
SPX500
SPX500
SPX500
SPX500
SPX500
SPX500
SPX500
SPX500
SPX500
Rus2000
SPX500
SPX500
SPX500
SPX500
SPX500
SPX500
SPX500
SPX500
SPX500

c975 2.9k 20 685 45 9.4k 75


p980 1.3k 85 1.5k92 50 17k110
c980
c985
p985
76
c990
p990
c995
p995
c1000
p1000
123
c1005
p1005
p1010
66
p1020
....
c1020
p1025
9.6k
c1025
c1030
p1030
2
c1040
p1040
....
c1050
p1050
7.1k
c1060
c1070
p1075
7.2k
c1075
c1080
p1080
70
p1085
....
c1095
p1100
1.7k
c1100
p1110
....
c1110
c1115
p1125
2.2k
c1125
c1130
p1150
479
c1150
c1160
p1160
751
c1175
p1175
2.0k
p1200
4.6k
c1200
c1215
p1220
....
c1225

Index
Price
909.92
909.92
909.92
909.92
909.92
909.92
909.92
909.92
909.92
909.92
499.20
909.92
909.92
909.92
909.92
909.92
909.92
909.92
909.92
909.92

Nov

19 25 .... ....1.3k 78
46k 59 14k 83 13k 93
8.4k 25 9.0k 57 5.8k 67
.... .... .... .... 5.0k 81 50
.... .... 2 58 40 5.0k 79
5.4k 26 50 175 70 .... ....
699 58 112 90 82 99
1 30 274 60 719 78
4 32 87 202 69 719 76
5.2k 22 50 10 56 2.2k 58
3.1k 72 255 81 2.2k 78
4.6k 72 99 2.0k 99 8.6k100

196 19 98 946 20 18k65 50


18 14 50 .... .... 10k 76
5 83 12 105 60 9.5k
89 15 29138 30 1.0k 75
402 88 52673 50 1.8k 76
40 12 70 5239 38 6.0k 75
18 87 1868 34 6.0k 75
16k 13 1.2k 40 10k 48
44k 91 08 12k 112 15k
22 10 20 742 30 1.7k 75
20 49 .... ....1.6k 75
572 108 2 126 60
76
2.1k 101 40 3 134 70
....
88 7 90 1.0k35 50 32546 40
1.5k 109 825 130
143
2.5k 10 8130 70 6254 50
2.3k 6 70 11 25 2548 70
992 111 80 1 115
123
628 7 1340 50 5044 40
5.1k 125 8 149 30
....
23k 5 9.8k 25 9.8k 34
7.8k 141 10k 146
160 10
2.6k 3 4 20 .... ....
1.0k 3 7518 50 .... ....
1.8k 165 35 166
154 07
7.5k 3 50 1.0k 16 12523 50
425 2 60 81 16 .... ....
1.3k 170 1.5k 150
176
750 123 50 .... .... ....
15 2 75 1219 10 841 30
5.7k 180 2.9k 198 50
188
22k 1 80 2.9k12 50 1.1k 17
443 198 50 375 171
....
687 2 05 20410 50 .... ....
238 1 20 1115 46 769 27
3.1k 203 431 214 70
200
3.7k 1 50 12 607 19
44 1 43 .... ....1.8k 11
2.3k 238 75 230
231
10k 0 80 11k 6 39 9.0k10 50
64 0 85 31 4 89 751 12
53 195 50 10 199 70
195
821 0 50 80 4 50 3.3k 7
39 245 48 1 238
244
100 281 30 802 278
278
2.2k 0 30 14k 3 4.8k 5 60
.... .... 410 3 40 .... ....
1.3k 305 10 236 91
....
63 0 30 929 2 25 5.5k 4 50

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

Oct

c17 50 no tr 2.6k 0 80 8 1 85
Bruns
Close 8.12 Dec
p10 2.3k 2 40 no tr 1.8k 3 10
Calpine
Close 9.28 Dec
c15 232 0 10 635 0 30 2.6k 0 40
CapOne
Close 33.41 Dec
p30 6.6k 2 30 371 5 10 438 6 50
p35 9.6k 4 50 312 7 70 773 9
p40 2.5k 7 60 420 9 90 19712 50
Carnvl
Close 27.92 Jan
p27 50 2.4k 1 30 26 2 10 6 2 90
p30 2.4k 2 30 204 3 70 227 5 20
Caterp
Close 44.80 Feb
c50 2.5k 0 96 704 3 39 120 6 35
Celanese
Close 18.28 Dec
c25 no tr 3.2k 0 90 14 1 20
Cemex
Close 8.17 Jan
p7 50 11k 0 75 4.7k 1 65 1.7k 1 55
c15 no tr 74 0 25 5.3k 0 50
ChesEng
Close 17.71 Jan
c20 7.5k 1 50 4.0k 2 85 796 3 70
p20 4.7k 3 40 1.8k 5 10 755 5 70
c22 50 2.1k 0 75 2.8k 2 10 235 2 45
c25 4.6k 0 40 2.4k 1 45 1.1k 2 30
Chevron
Close 64.00 Dec
p65 4.9k 4 329 6 90 no tr
ChinaPrec
Close 2.27 Dec
p7 50 33k 5 30 no tr no tr
CIGNA
Close 24.80 Jan
c30 700 0 90 2.5k 2 50 no tr
c35 83 0 15 2.6k 1 20 375 1 65
Cisco
Close 17.19 Jan
c15 no tr no tr 3.5k 3 60
p17 50 4.5k 0 80 no tr 615 2 47
c17 50 7.4k 0 84 no tr 1.7k 2 03
c20 10 0 10 4.4k 0 66 5.8k 1 35
c21 1.6k 0 09 3.9k 0 50 no tr
Cisco fr
Close 17.19 Jan
c18 5.4k 0 59 356 1 32 no tr
c19 6.1k 0 31 4.2k 1 11 no tr
Citigrp
Close 12.93 Dec
p5 2.9k 0 06 4.6k 0 23 4.4k 0 34
p7 50 6.7k 0 18 4.7k 0 55 16k 0 78
p10 9.2k 0 52 6.3k 1 23 14k 1 41
p12 50 27k 1 40 6.4k 2 30 36k 2 50
Citigrp fr
Close 12.93 Dec
c15 15k 0 99 no tr no tr
p15 11k 2 83 1.9k 3 60 1.2k 3 95
c17 50 12k 0 35 3.7k 1 10 1.4k 1 25
p20 no tr 533 7 50 2.9k 7 84
c20 14k 0 19 3.3k 0 64 1.9k 0 80
c25 4.3k 0 05 357 0 22 5.0k 0 33
Clearwire
Close 7.89 Dec
p7 50 2.7k 0 70 492 1 25 10 1 50
CntwdFn
Close 00.00 Jan
02
p5
66 1 no tr 2.5k 1 79
CocaCola
Close 43.30 Feb
p50 318 6 20 2.5k 6 30 26 6 90
c55 119 0 10 2.4k 0 30 291 0 85
Comeric
Close 22.72 Jan
p20 4.2k 2 51 2 54 99 4 20
c30 2.3k 0 45 1.1k 1 70 210 3 40
ComScope
Close 24.59 Jan
p25 no tr 2.4k 2 10 no tr
Corning
Close 12.30 Feb

Exp. Strike
Last Exp. Strike
Last Exp. Strike
Last
Date Price Vol Price Date Price Vol Price Date Price Vol Price

Exp. Strike
Last
Date Price Vol Price AmIntGp

AberFitc

Nov

2.0k 9 541 21 38725 33


1.0k 10 2319 50 .... ....
1.0k 16 20530 10 70 28
672 15 50 .... .... .... ....
861 17 50 20 33 233 10
953 20 8 32 7.0k 57
1.9k 21 57 597 35 31 62
665 27 90 4 32 .... ....
1.9k 27 359 42 12547 80
475 34 637 70 .... ....
1.2k 36 219 43 .... ....
1.4k 12 20 23 .... ....
553 9 8 31 .... ....
1.0k 40 30 1834 38 .... ....
449 43 30 3945 50 13 43
583 8 12319 40 5622 60
573 5 50 158 19 .... ....
1.8k 6 35617 30 10 54
648 5 6 13 .... ....
472 59 50 18 45 .... ....
1.5k 3 70 22713 80 219 30
1.1k 64 .... .... .... ....
3.2k 69 74 69 .... ....
4.1k 2 40 57410 60 .... ....
747 2 10 14 10 .... ....
1.9k 68 40 2 82 156 40
2.8k 2 83 9 4013 50
518 79 .... .... .... ....
907 0 70 13 8 50 .... ....
1.5k 1 80 7 .... ....
678 0 75 869 4 11 10
283 100 435 100
....
556 0 50 74 3 10 .... ....
488 0 35 388 4 46 4 10
484 0 10 117 1 .... ....
226 0 10 34 0 90 426 1 75
432 0 10 50 0 60 .... ....
602 0 10 .... .... .... ....
SP100 Eur
Close 432.19 Dec
p430 434 6 30 .... .... .... ....
c445 660 20 50 144 60 .... ....
p445 894 20 .... .... .... ....
c450 504 20 .... .... .... ....
p450 482 22 .... .... .... ....
p460 1.3k 28 342 32 132 75
c460 832 18 .... .... .... ....
p465 460 19 70 144 20 .... ....
c465 461 12 .... .... .... ....
c470 965 8 29 850 28 .... ....
p470 923 38 68 90122 40 .... ....
c530 432 0 65 75 9 .... ....
c545 480 20 .... .... .... ....
c575 431 0 75 .... .... .... ....
c590 431 0 05 .... .... .... ....
SPX500
Close 909.92 Dec
p600 177 0 10 6.5k 5 4.2k 5
p700 5.2k 2 50 5.7k 15 5.9k 20
p750 24k 5 631 21 36323 50
c800 10 169 70 21 164 13
3.8k 200
p800 22k 10 11k 33 4.8k 36
p825 1.0k 11 90 33437 10 .... ....
p830 21 10 4.0k 22 .... ....
p840 734 16 9.4k 44 .... ....
p850 16k 18 23k48 50 4.0k 52
p860 20 21 5.0k37 55 .... ....
p870 5 15 80 2.1k 50 84462 30
p875 7.2k 22 8.8k 53 .... ....
p890 1.4k 34 108 58 .... ....
c900 556 54 50 158 103 50 9
90
p900 41k 37 28k 64 4.5k 70
p910 6.6k 40 1975 10 22 78
Put
c910 408 46 .... .... 183 50
Open
c915 5 41 .... ....1.0k 79
Interest
p915 2 19 70 390 45 509 81
p920 1.1k 41 30 11k77 50 2.4k 80
c925 5.3k 38 5.1k 70 1.3k 84
p925 8.6k 45 9.3k 74 14k84 50
p930 444 43 113 46 .... ....
p940 4.3k 58 17k 85 4.4k 79
c940 124 29 .... ....2.5k 78
146,330,423 c945
1 38 86 .... ....1.2k 75

Close 432.19 Dec


c500 675 0 45 .... .... .... ....
c510 713 0 20 .... .... .... ....
Rus2000
Close 499.20 Dec
p380 .... .... 1.2k 9 66 .... ....
p390 .... .... 543 12 19 .... ....
p400 505 3 30 2.2k14 05 21617 10
p410 519 3 46 50315 04 15220 09
p420 651 5 43 41119 15 7216 42
p430 1.1k 6 50 48021 70 11222 40
p440 3.0k 8 48 36221 60 7825 81
p450 2.5k 11 20 86726 60 1.0k 30
p460 1.2k 12 92629 74 29526 55
p470 1.1k 17 80 65133 93 4340 42
p480 3.6k 18 1.0k37 30 1.1k 43
p490 2.4k 21 88 60340 56 .... ....
p500 4.5k 26 30 1.1k43 40 683 52
c500 2.9k 24 70 33 43 73 51
p510 3.3k 30 30 2.0k48 30 132 56
c510 2.8k 20 6239 40 5052 80
p520 7.1k 35 617 52 37762 30
c520 4.0k 16 60 83 40 251 46
p530 4.2k 37 40 1.0k57 80 10k66 60
c530 1.5k 14 70 11530 90 59042 70
p540 3.9k 48 10 42764 70 2.0k 73
c540 2.4k 10 20427 30 3.0k38 10
p550 5.2k 57 1.1k72 90 18k75 82
c550 4.3k 8 60 508 25 50628 30
p560 2.0k 63 50 1.9k81 70 19082 32
c560 6.9k 5 67 25222 11 72124 90
c570 2.0k 3 97 31218 61 4321 90
p570 1.0k 70 20 73284 97 9.1k81 60
c580 3.5k 2 64 28315 91 32519 20
p580 1.6k 78 90 3.0k89 10 25395 40
p590 1.6k 88 1.2k 101 20 307
93
c590 3.0k 2 55 31213 70 3619 45
c600 4.6k 1 45 95411 50 4.9k16 70
p600 1.1k 95 70 630 108 79 62
101 27
p610 1.8k 102 60 2.2k 115
69
118 64
c610 3.8k 1 30 532 9 70 32113 65
p620 1.2k 119 95 638 127 15
198 127 80
c620 3.2k 0 74 333 7 60 30011 75
c630 1.0k 0 49 1.2k 6 25 11010 60
p630 985 131 508 137 70
314 135 16
c640 2.0k 0 50 1.3k 5 40 15810 10
p640 814 137 20 413 144 02
23
133 70
c650 1.4k 0 50 616 4 40 850 7 73
p650 429 147 40 173 152 30
17
152 08
c660 631 0 32 710 3 01 624 6
c670 319 0 35 726 2 85 70 4 90
c680 204 0 29 965 2 40 57 3 50
c690 447 0 15 220 1 73 61 3 30
p700 10 200 70 24 199
426
203
c810 1.5k 0 19 102 0 23 212 0 35
c820 2.6k 0 10 630 0 17 50 0 30
c830 140 0 09 1.0k 0 19 70 0 45
SP Euro
Close 432.19 Dec
p380 482 4 60 .... .... .... ....
p395 440 4 46 .... .... .... ....
SP100
Close 432.19 Dec
OEX100 st

Nov

p12 50 2.1k 0 90 36 1 80 4.6k 2 10


CVRD
Close 12.19 Dec
p10 3.3k 0 37 3.3k 1 27 236 1 42
c15 4.5k 0 44 1.1k 1 20 206 1 40
CVS Care
Close 30.38 Feb
p27 50 323 0 65 6.3k 1 55 no tr
DardenRs
Close 21.24 Jan
c22 50 2.3k 1 10 11 2 90 42 3
Dell Inc
Close 13.43 Feb
p13 4.4k 0 53 231 1 55 770 1 83
p14 3.4k 1 10 547 2 03 no tr
c14 8.2k 0 58 233 1 35 4 2 15
p15 2.3k 1 90 2.6k 2 60 155 2 86
c15 4.5k 0 30 2.5k 1 05 500 1 81
DeltaAir
Close 5.66 Dec
c5 563 1 10 5.0k 1 70 2 2 40
DirecTV
Close 00.00 Dec
50
35
p17 300 0 4.0k 0 70 10 1 08
Disney
Close 23.80 Jan
c32 50 190 0 03 1 0 30 3.2k 0 45
DJIA Di fr
Close 85.55 Dec
c100 3.8k 0 33 1.5k 1 60 1.2k 2 15
c110 867 0 15 no tr 3.1k 0 69
p110 8.1k 24 7423 35 4423 70
p114 no tr no tr 4.0k28 75
c115 203 0 05 no tr 2.6k 0 40
DJIA Diam
Close 85.55 Dec
p80 1.5k 1 86 515 3 95 2.4k 4 50
c86 3.6k 4 93 7 20 no tr
c88 3.5k 3 10 144 5 65 no tr
p90 4.6k 6 20 1.6k 8 51 no tr
p91 3.2k 6 50 375 9 50 56 8 43
p92 5.1k 7 25 44110 25 5210 39
c92 2.9k 1 50 511 3 90 88 5 48
c93 2.5k 1 38 384 3 65 no tr
p93 3.0k 7 70 3.4k 11 no tr
c94 2.7k 1 20 274 3 81 no tr
c95 3.9k 0 94 1.4k 2 85 115 4 10
c98 2.6k 0 76 299 2 25 298 2 87
c112 no tr no tr 5.7k 0 50
DR Horton
Close 8.13 Feb
p7 50 353 0 55 8.4k 1 15 no tr
eBay
Close 15.96 Jan
p15 10k 0 74 1.4k 1 39 517 1 80
Elan
Close 8.64 Jan
p18 4.3k 8 30 no tr no tr
EMC
Close 10.44 Jan
86
p11 2.3k 0 153 1 44 no tr
c17 50 no tr no tr 4.7k 0 15
ExcoRes
Close 6.93 Dec
c5
12 2 09 5.0k 2 70 20 3 20
ExxonMob
Close 68.00 Jan
p40 no tr no tr 4.9k 0 68
p60 6.8k 1 25 941 3 75 211 4 60
p65 8.6k 2 25 1.5k 5 604 7 05
p70 9.4k 4 20 2.9k 7 35 3.8k 8 60
c75 6.1k 1 39 1.8k 3 80 202 5 15
p75 4.1k 7 20 78610 48 1.1k11 30
c80 9.1k 0 48 2.7k 2 33 4.3k 3 70
p80 4.3k12 65 9614 27 75315 40
c85 4.6k 0 13 4.2k 1 19 968 2 10
FairfxFn
Close 270.55 Jan
p270 2.7k11 80 no tr no tr
FfthThrd
Close 9.73 Feb
p10 2.7k 2 05 774 3 119 3 90

Oct
Oct
Oct
Nov
Oct
Oct
Nov
Oct
Oct
Dec
Dec
Dec
Nov
Oct
Oct
Dec
Dec
Nov
Nov
Dec

950
1000
900
900
750
1050
850
800
1100
980
550
980
940
850
1000
1000
925
950
1200
950

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

Optn
Price
59.00
91.08
37.00
64.00
5.00
5.00
48.50
10.00
1.80
65.50
75.82
110
85.00
18.00
13.00
123
84.50
83.00
3.00
93.00

Optn
Chg.
+27.50
+36.58
+21.00
+24.80
+ 3.00
9.00
+21.80
+ 7.00
3.20
14.50
+22.84
+29.50
+31.70
+ 9.10
22.00
+44.00
+42.00
+37.00
2.50
+32.90

20 Most Active Stock Options


Vol
46029
44379
41274
28612
24377
23812
23564
22963
22017
18334
18261
17717
17703
16350
16065
15088
14895
14175
14080
13341

SP Fnc fr
SPDR
SPDR
MorgStan
MorgStan
PwNasd100
PwNasd100
SPDR
SPDR
SPDR
SPDR
MorgStan
SPDR
US OilFd
PwNasd100
SprintNex
Bk of Am
SPDR
iShRs2000
Bk of Am

Oct
Oct
Oct
Oct
Oct
Oct
Oct
Nov
Nov
Oct
Oct
Oct
Nov
Jan
Oct
Nov
Oct
Oct
Nov
Oct

15
90
100
20
10
35
35
90
80
95
100
5
105
80
30
5
20
105
65
25

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

Stock
Price
13.69
90.70
90.70
12.45
12.45
31.52
31.52
90.70
90.70
90.70
90.70
12.45
90.70
69.60
31.52
3.76
19.63
90.70
49.99
19.63

Optn
Price
2.10
3.95
1.19
0.75
2.65
4.05
0.35
7.15
3.35
7.00
10.34
0.90
2.20
15.30
1.18
1.35
2.22
15.00
14.75
5.30

Optn
Chg.
+ 1.30
+ 2.04
2.26
0.60
+ 1.85
+ 0.84
0.25
+ 3.20
+ 1.55
+ 3.75
+ 4.74
+ 0.75
1.80
+ 2.20
+ 0.39
+ 0.45
+ 1.10
+ 6.35
+ 3.71
+ 1.40

Vol
156776
111217
108915
100836
72074
69923
60634
57327
55392
50425
48391
46345
42229
35232
35059
33687
33590
33522
31504
31403

Indexes
Total
Call
Vol.

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SPX500
Rus2000
Nasd100
DJ Inds
SP100
SP100 Eur
GS Idx
Bank Idx
OilSvc
NtGas
OEX100 st
SemiconIdx
Rus1000

311,612
86,290
30,932
24,809
37,444
8,060
1,376
294
253
202
1,775
578
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P Strike Last
Last
Last
C Price Vol. Price Vol. Price Vol. Price
Last
Last
P Strike Last
C Price Vol. Price Vol. Price Vol. Price

Oct

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

Nov

Close 36.86 Dec


p35
4 0 65 no tr 2.5k 2 90
FluorCp
Close 39.21 Jan
c42 50 37 2 45 no tr 2.5k 8 20
p42 50 42 5 20 no tr 2.5k10 40
FM C&G
Close 38.41 Feb
p35 3.1k 2 35 666 5 30 no tr
c40 3.3k 3 325 6 70 31 8 40
p40 3.3k 4 55 492 7 95 44 10
c45 5.3k 1 55 1.1k 4 95 52 6 50
c50 4.4k 0 72 1.2k 3 60 117 5 55
FordM
Close 2.08 Dec
c3 4.0k 0 17 9.6k 0 50 1.9k 0 52
p3 1.0k 1 08 7.5k 1 37 2.0k 1 55
Garmin
Close 24.42 Jan
p25 4.4k 1 65 59 3 40 439 5 50
Gen El
Close 19.01 Dec
p10 5.1k 0 12 1.0k 0 33 2.6k 0 52
p15 6.6k 0 61 589 1 09 439 1 47
p17 50 13k 1 14 2.4k 1 69 415 2 20
p20 31k 2 10 2.4k 2 87 3.1k 3 30
c20 4.7k 1 20 2.4k 2 20 415 2 55
p21 5.9k 2 66 1.2k 3 30 91 3 75
c21 6.3k 0 82 3.2k 1 87 453 2 10
c22 9.1k 0 52 2.4k 1 35 190 1 69
p22 3.9k 3 35 736 4 10 43 4 10
GencoShip
Close 17.96 Jan
c70 no tr no tr 4.4k 0 20
GenElec fr
Close 19.01 Dec
33
c23 9.1k 0 6.8k 1 10 428 1 30
p23 1.9k 4 15 12k 4 50 no tr
c24 2.4k 0 23 3.3k 0 85 274 1 10
c25 2.4k 0 12 8.4k 0 62 452 0 86
Genentc
Close 78.75 Dec
p70 330 1 65 3.1k 4 50 16 5 10
p75 619 3 50 4.0k 6 80 235 5 70
GenMotrs
Close 4.76 Dec
p2 50 12k 0 33 no tr 3.1k 0 95
p5 9.4k 1 12 no tr 2.1k 2 25
c5 5.2k 0 83 no tr 746 2 06
c7 50 4.7k 0 38 no tr 821 1 07
p7 50 9.8k 2 90 no tr 498 3 65
p7 no tr 2.4k 3 54 no tr
c11 2.4k 0 10 255 0 21 no tr
Gilead
Close 40.04 Feb
p45 4.6k 4 20 20 6 40 50 7 30
p47 50 4.4k 5 90 24 8 10 50 8 50
GloblInd
Close 4.60 Dec
c7 50 no tr no tr 5.4k 0 25
GnMills
Close 60.22 Jan
c75 no tr no tr 5.7k 0 77
GoldmanS fr Close 101.35 Jan
p115 3.0k17 50 73322 85 26727 40
c115 5.6k 3 75 644 8 50 54 13
c125 3.5k 1 55 2.2k 5 30 488 9 60
c140 2.4k 0 50 no tr 329 5 50
GoldmnS
Close 101.35 Jan
p20 450 0 13 481 0 70 5.4k 1 03
p30 2.5k 0 50 446 2 25 533 2 03
20
p60 3.5k 2 131 5 30 267 5 40
p65 3.1k 2 53 62 6 487 8 50
p75 3.7k 3 95 333 9 10 17510 95
p80 6.9k 4 10 374 10 37311 35
p85 3.0k 5 39311 40 19713 55
p90 3.4k 6 20 2.5k11 95 1.9k 15
p100 7.5k 9 70 90415 25 50718 75
p105 3.6k 12 70017 25 561 22
c110 3.6k 5 30 44310 90 33114 35
p110 5.8k 15 no tr 20723 68
c120 5.3k 2 40 1.9k 7 10 36511 75
c130 3.0k 0 90 2.5k 3 75 304 7 60
Goodyr
Close 12.64 Jan
p12 50 42 0 70 3.0k 1 80 7 2 55
c17 50 118 0 10 3.0k 0 85 130 1 35
Halbtn
Close 18.94 Jan
c20 3.3k 1 28 864 2 50 91 3 20
p20 12k 2 08 527 3 55 130 4 15
c22 50 2.8k 0 58 501 1 57 52 2 34
HansnNatu
Close 23.38 Dec
p30 4.1k 6 50 30 9 70 no tr
HarleyDav
Close 27.85 Feb
p30 5.5k 4 110 4 80 7.1k 6 20
p37 50 5410 10 8 8 57 7.1k11 10
c45 no tr 1.5k 0 17 7.1k 0 75
HawaiiHld
Close 00.00 Jan
c5
20 1 25 8.6k 0 95 no tr
Fiserv

Oct

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

Nov

Close 38.50 Feb


p45 617 5 50 9.3k 6 80 158 7 60
p47 50 24 8 6.3k 8 50 70 9 40
c50 36 0 02 3.1k 0 50 34 1 50
HomeDp fr
Close 19.93 Feb
p25 209 5 30 7.7k 5 40 no tr
c25 436 0 11 2.6k 0 70 no tr
HSBC
Close 70.51 Dec
p65 4.9k 1 90 883 4 70 412 6 80
p70 3.9k 2 50 297 7 20 3.3k 9
p75 2.0k 5 70 222 9 90 5.7k11 20
p80 585 9 30 no tr 3.1k14 10
p85 no tr no tr 5.1k18 40
Humana
Close 32.34 Feb
p40 2.8k 5 10 no tr 11 7 90
Huntsman
Close 11.64 Feb
p7 50 164 0 20 2.7k 1 30 10 1 80
c10 2.7k 2 05 544 3 90 167 4 50
c15 3.8k 0 50 1.8k 1 80 66 2 75
c20
6 0 15 2.3k 0 90 1.1k 1 30
IBM
Close 89.00 Jan
p80 2.0k 1 40 114 4 21 7.6k 5 90
c80 16810 80 107 14 4.0k 16
p85 5.4k 2 50 513 5 80 253 7 80
c95 2.8k 2 1.6k 5 20 211 7 34
c100 7.3k 0 90 738 3 10 296 5 70
c105 12k 0 45 965 2 311 4 10
InfosysTc
Close 25.02 Jan
c30 2.4k 0 55 768 1 65 35 2 60
Intel
Close 15.60 Jan
c20 no tr 3.9k 0 31 no tr
c22 50 no tr no tr 2.9k 0 30
Intel fr
Close 15.60 Jan
c17 8.1k 0 50 4.1k 0 94 no tr
c18 5.9k 0 28 4.4k 0 65 2 0 46
c19 3.7k 0 16 no tr no tr
c21 5.9k 0 06 791 0 25 no tr
InterMune
Close 13.61 Jan
p30 no tr no tr 4.0k17 15
Intuit
Close 24.57 Jan
p22 50 5.0k 0 35 499 1 10 no tr
iSh EAFE
Close 44.00 Dec
p43 no tr 7.2k 3 40 no tr
p48 561 3 50 4.8k 5 50 20 3 60
c49 4.3k 0 50 211 2 25 150 3 50
c51 4.3k 0 15 636 1 140 2 20
c52 4.2k 0 10 325 1 05 863 1 50
iShBrazil
Close 35.71 Dec
p30 50 1 15 7.1k 3 10 5.0k 3 20
iShEMkt fr
Close 24.27 Dec
c30 216 0 30 no tr 20k 1 49
iShEmMkt
Close 24.27 Dec
30
p24 657 1 2.7k 2 61 no tr
p25 1.2k 2 1.3k 2 95 21k 2 83
p29 82 5 25 55 5 46 5.9k 4 75
c36 73 0 02 153 0 32 5.8k 0 59
iShJapan
Close 8.46 Dec
c9
10 0 30 3.0k 0 55 no tr
c10 5.5k 0 10 187 0 25 20 0 50
iShNqBio
Close 00.00 Dec
c80 10 0 03 12k 0 55 2 1 05
iShR2K fr
Close 49.99 Feb
p66 33k15 67 no tr no tr
p69 19k18 85 41 17 no tr
p71 2.7k20 85 no tr no tr
c73 2.9k 0 02 40 0 04 no tr
p73 no tr 6.2k 23 no tr
iShREst
Close 44.24 Dec
p35 66 0 30 4.0k 1 51 no tr
p43 no tr 4.6k 4 30 no tr
p45 4.1k 2 85 627 5 12 36 5 80
iShRs2000
Close 49.99 Feb
p45 3.0k 1 24 3.0k 2 81 451 3 60
p47 21k 1 85 2.2k 3 25 202 3 35
p48 3.8k 2 34 1.0k 3 57 98 4 35
p49 5.9k 2 60 1.5k 4 25 399 4
p50 17k 3 10 3.7k 4 50 235 3 85
c50 6.0k 2 20 744 3 95 no tr
c51 4.5k 1 69 746 3 45 no tr
p51 13k 3 65 2.8k 5 45 1 4 90
p52 14k 4 35 9.3k 5 70 1 5 08
c52 2.8k 1 32 647 3 05 3 5 64
c53 5.0k 1 28 845 3 50 144 6 18
p53 41k 5 2.0k 6 25 no tr
p54 38k 5 70 6.5k 6 50 1 8 12
c54 7.9k 0 80 1.8k 2 40 142 5 50
HewlettPk

Oct

11k 6 50 5.3k 6 95 no tr
12k 0 75 4.6k 1 96 13 5 51
16k 6 50 361 7 80 no tr
6.9k 0 53 1.4k 2 32 no tr
2.8k 7 35 13k 8 45 no tr
10k 0 42 4.9k 1 70 389 3
5.3k 7 40 634 8 95 11310 05
9.8k 0 29 3.5k 1 50 142 3 65
8.4k 0 27 5.6k 1 40 44 2 67
6.4k 0 14 2.4k 0 75 no tr
4.5k 0 12 1.8k 0 85 13 2 25
1.2k12 20 2.3k12 35 no tr
1.8k 0 13 14k 0 69 no tr
1.3k 0 07 2.3k 0 48 no tr
7.7k13 76 no tr no tr
no tr 4.9k 0 43 no tr
6.4k14 65 31k14 75 3.0k13 65
9.6k 18 4118 09 no tr
63 0 01 6.4k 0 04 no tr
iShsChi25
Close 26.00 Feb
c31 48 0 80 8.4k 1 80 no tr
JCrew
Close 21.46 Dec
c35 no tr 2 0 45 6.0k 1
JohnJn
Close 57.58 Jan
p55 6.4k 1 40 882 2 70 162 3 20
p65 646 7 40 249 7 40 4.7k 8 70
JosphBnk
Close 27.52 Jan
p35 3.0k 8 no tr no tr
JoyGlbl
Close 30.97 Jan
30
c35 2.3k 1 26 2 85 9 6 06
JPMorg fr
Close 36.68 Dec
p37 50 8.2k 3 65 775 5 30 100 6
c40 4.3k 2 25 877 4 50 1.2k 5 70
p40 5.5k 4 95 no tr 13k 7 62
c42 50 9.1k 1 43 no tr no tr
c45 7.2k 0 82 10k 2 65 no tr
c47 50 4.3k 0 55 no tr 5.3k 2 55
c50 2.9k 0 25 20k 1 52 336 2 16
JPMorgCh
Close 36.68 Dec
p25 1.6k 0 34 170 1 24 27k 1 80
p32 50 5.2k 1 53 379 3 50 4.1k 3 95
p35 8.0k 2 41 no tr 799 5 05
Kohls
Close 33.16 Jan
c40 4.6k 0 45 281 1 97 5.1k 3 15
c45 6.0k 0 10 2.5k 0 95 no tr
c50 19 0 10 12 0 60 3.1k 1
c55 55 0 05 no tr 7.6k 0 50
Lilly
Close 33.22 Jan
p35 2.9k 2 30 383 4 20 4 4 80
c35 2.8k 1 10 25 1 65 78 2 90
c40 420 0 13 2.4k 0 75 249 1 35
Lowes
Close 18.25 Jan
p15 84 0 20 160 0 90 4.0k 1 30
p20 140 2 45 2 75 2.5k 3 67
c22 50 585 0 10 57 0 70 2.5k 1 25
MagnaInt
Close 36.54 Dec
p35 60 1 50 215 4 70 13k 6 10
Masco
Close 13.49 Jan
p17 50 5.1k 4 10 3 4 12 1 4 70
c20 76 0 15 4.7k 0 30 1 0 55
MasterCd
Close 155.70 Jan
c180 2.8k 2 6513 30 1622 45
MBIA
Close 6.40 Feb
p5 284 0 50 4.7k 1 15 no tr
p10 298 3 60 2.7k 4 23 no tr
McDnlds
Close 52.08 Dec
p50 11k 1 35 1.1k 3 10 1.0k 2 90
MedCo n
Close 21.10 Jan
c25 2.4k 0 10 no tr no tr
Merck
Close 26.21 Jan
p25 no tr 288 1 20 4.1k 2
p30 15k 3 02 221 4 30 1.1k 4 80
p32 50 5.0k 6 20 45 5 49 120 6 40
p35 14k 7 56 3 8 40 224 8 30
Meritage
Close 13.90 Dec
p7 50 no tr no tr 4.4k 1 10
p10 no tr no tr 4.4k 2 15
MerrillLyn
Close 13.32 Jan
p10 4.6k 1 67 422 2 59 10k 2 80
p12 50 6.4k 2 34 250 3 60 214 4 05
p15 1.7k 3 50 775 4 80 7.1k 5 20
c17 50 3.1k 0 98 no tr 334 2 65
c19 3.2k 0 77 66 1 90 62 2 16
p22 50 362 9 50 no tr 3.2k 8 40
c25 568 0 15 130 0 57 3.3k 1 25
c30 456 0 08 370 0 40 8.2k 0 80
p55
c55
p56
c56
p57
c57
p58
c58
c59
c60
c61
p62
c62
c64
p64
c65
p65
p68
c81

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

Nov

Oct

Nov

Close 28.00 Dec


c25 679 3 30 4.6k 7 58 7
p50
121 10 166 23 2.5k23 60
MGM Mir
Close 16.26 Dec
p7 50 195 0 25 66 0 60 5.0k 1 15
Microsft
Close 22.30 Jan
p19 1.5k 0 09 7.4k 1 03 no tr
p22 12k 0 81 no tr no tr
Microsft fr
Close 22.30 Jan
c20 703 2 89 no tr 23k 1 85
p20 3.1k 0 30 2.8k 1 30 12k 3 40
c23 5.3k 0 70 1.7k 1 84 no tr
p23 46k 1 30 no tr no tr
c24 7.0k 0 37 no tr no tr
p24 35k 2 334 2 85 no tr
p25 21k 2 65 286 3 45 3.0k 3 95
c25 10k 0 22 no tr 3.2k 1 50
c26 10k 0 08 no tr no tr
c27 37k 0 07 no tr no tr
c30 184 0 01 836 0 14 2.8k 0 35
Moodys
Close 23.92 Feb
p22 50 8.0k 1 40 348 3 90 37 6 60
p25 222 2 45 6.1k 5 40 no tr
c30 45 0 35 5.3k 1 50 1 5 20
MorgStan
Close 12.45 Jan
p5 46k 0 90 3.3k 1 35 914 1 70
p7 50 64k 1 75 8.8k 2 20 457 2 75
p10 72k 2 65 9.3k 3 30 870 3 70
p12 50 19k 4 1.3k 4 40 945 5
p14 4.6k 4 30 421 5 40 195 5 10
c14 2.8k 3 30 280 3 60 109 4 53
c15 6.3k 2 44 1.7k 3 10 3.6k 3 50
p15 19k 5 10 24k 5 80 562 6 40
c16 2.8k 2 05 72 2 50 14 4 12
p17 50 6.1k 6 60 7.6k 7 20 153 7 50
c17 50 97k 1 30 447 2 35 229 2 65
c19 3.1k 0 95 110 2 21 34 2 05
p20 5.2k 8 40 1.6k 9 421 9 80
c20
100k 0 75 1.6k 1 55 798
1 95
c21 3.9k 0 65 708 1 15 122 1 75
p21 2.8k 9 20 2.9k 9 80 9110 30
c22 50 3.5k 0 35 no tr 1.2k 1 20
c30 1.1k 0 04 2.6k 0 30 2.6k 0 50
Mosaic
Close 36.52 Dec
p30 2.9k 1 10 458 3 30 25 4
c40 2.9k 2 40 988 5 30 366 6
c45 2.8k 1 19 1.4k 3 90 323 4 50
c50 2.3k 0 55 265 2 75 646 3 40
Motorola
Close 4.56 Jan
p4
30 0 14 98 0 27 2.9k 0 40
p5 288 0 52 6.3k 0 75 3.8k 1 02
50
c7 no tr no tr 2.5k 0 17
Mylan
Close 7.59 Jan
p5 no tr 10k 0 40 no tr
c10 22 0 05 6.3k 0 75 11 1 10
c12 50 72 0 05 5.4k 0 40 60 0 75
NCity
Close 2.15 Jan
c3 19k 0 30 2.6k 0 60 no tr
p3 3.6k 0 95 108 1 40 no tr
20
c4 3.9k 0 1.9k 0 35 6.4k 0 75
c5 8.8k 0 15 1.3k 0 30 354 0 45
c6 315 0 05 637 0 19 33k 0 30
NokiaCp
Close 16.20 Jan
c17 4.0k 0 75 1.1k 1 19 no tr
p17 2.7k 1 60 57 2 no tr
c19 6.4k 0 30 1.1k 0 66 no tr
c23 5.0k 0 05 no tr 37 0 35
OilSvcHT
Close 97.60 Jan
p80 3.0k 1 97 306 5 94 87 7 85
p90 4.1k 3 98 108 7 90 1211 50
p100 1.0k 7 70 2.9k 14 41814 40
c110 3.2k 2 75 1.9k 8 90 2710 85
Oracle
Close 16.21 Dec
p17 383 1 20 3.0k 1 60 241 2 40
c19 1.6k 0 10 3.3k 0 60 24 1 10
PNC
Close 59.85 Feb
p60 4.1k 5 40 477 7 90 76 9 60
PeabdyE
Close 29.58 Dec
c40 4.3k 0 40 759 2 30 31 3 20
PepsiCo
Close 59.52 Jan
c62 50 2.9k 1 10 2 3 10 no tr
c72 50 291 0 10 42 0 50 2.6k 1 10
Pfizer
Close 15.67 Dec
c17 50 4.3k 0 22 2.0k 0 75 1.5k 0 99
p17 50 1.9k 1 64 869 2 37 3.3k 2 58
MetLife

Oct

Exp. Strike
Last Exp. Strike
Last Exp. Strike
Last Exp. Strike
Last
Date Price Vol Price Date Price Vol Price Date Price Vol Price Date Price Vol Price

cJan10 25 1.5k 1 46 cDec09 100 1.1k 6 30


cJan10 27 50 1.8k 1 55 Elan
8.64
pJan10 35 1.5k 22 15 pJan10 25 1.0k 17 10
cJan10 40 510 0 80 ElPasoCp
8.11
50
CVS Cp
30.38 pJan10 17 3.5k 9 70
cJan10 40 1.6k 2 55 EMC
10.44
Dell Inc
13.43 cJan10 15 714 1 45
pJan10 10 2.7k 1 60 cJan10 17 50 550 0 73
cJan10 20 5.8k 1 85 EngyTEq
15.28
pJan10 25 1.3k 11 83 cJan10 17 50 5.0k 4 50
cJan10 30 5.5k 0 25 EvergEn
0.46
DevonEn
62.80 cJan09 2 50 661 0 15
cJan10 50 675 29 FordMot
2.08
pJan10 50 1.9k 9 20 cJan10 2 50 3.2k 1 05
Diodes
11.16 pJan10 5 3.0k 4 30
cJan10 30 3.1k 0 50 cJan10 5 1.0k 0 80
DJIA Dia
85.55 pJan10 7 50 578 6 05
cJan10 130 613 0 90 cJan10 7 50 776 0 65
DJIA Dia q
85.55 cJan10 10 799 0 45
cDec09 93 575 9 FredMac
1.03

pJan10 12 50 842 2 KoppersH


20.49
cJan11 20 569 2 90 cNov08 30 1.5k 0 30
pJan10 22 50 608 8 05 Level3
1.47
IntGame
13.50 pJan10 2 50 1.0k 1 50
cJan10 20 604 2 50 LionsGt
7.00
iSh EAFE
44.00 cJan10 5 500 3 90
cJan10 80 6.0k 0 30 Lowes
18.25
iSh20 TB
96.63 pJan10 25 509 8 30
pJan10 60 740 0 75 cJan10 25 565 2 70
pJan10 80 659 3 60 LVSands
13.85
iShEMkt
24.27 pJan10 22 50 1.6k 13
pJan10 20 2.5k 3 65 MarIntl
17.69
iShMexico
31.29 pJan10 30 560 12
cJan10 50 6.2k 1 80 MBIA
6.40
iShREst
44.24 pJan10 2 50 527 1
pJan10 35 612 6 34 cJan10 15 690 1 75
cJan10 70 599 2 30 McMoRn
12.81
iShRs2000
49.99 pJan10 10 523 3 20
cJan10 87 1.9k 0 52 cJan10 50 630 0 85
cJan10 90 591 0 36 MerrLyn
13.32
cJan10 100 595 0 20 pJan10 10 8.8k 3 75

cJan10 2 50 955 0 65

Google
328.98
19.01 pJan10 260 934 35 12
pJan10 12 50 1.3k 2 54 cJan10 370 505 67
cJan10 20 1.4k 4 60 Hallibtn
18.94
pJan10 20 4.5k 6 05 pJan10 25 2.0k 8 10
cJan10 25 630 3 10 cJan10 25 2.0k 3 40
pJan10 25 3.6k 9 10 cJan10 35 1.0k 2 10
pJan10 30 1.0k 12 81 HarmonyG
9.55
cJan10 30 3.5k 1 75 cJan10 20 752 1 10
pJan10 45 1.2k 24 35 HercOff
7.40
GenMotrs
4.76 pJan10 7 50 620 3 10
pJan10 2 50 2.7k 1 80 HewlettP
38.50
85
pJan10 5 1.8k 3 cJan10 45 1.1k 5 40
cJan10 7 50 668 3 cJan10 50 1.1k 4 30
pJan10 7 50 845 5 25 HomeDp
19.93
pJan10 10 934 7 98 cJan10 20 1.0k 5
cJan10 10 5.7k 3 cJan10 30 755 1 90
cJan10 25 2.6k 1 80 IBM
89.00
GoldmanS
101.35 pJan10 90 1.2k 13 60
pJan10 20 1.1k 2 20 Intel
15.60

cJan10 17 50 512 5

Call
Open
Interest

Put
Open
Interest Index

647,078 1,634,032 4,935,677 Oil Idx


134,985 829,653 752,275 SP Euro
31,839 302,359 294,347 Bnk Idx q
12,467 186,698 202,523 EurOEX st
28,550 132,570 99,186 Air Idx
AM BioT
7,153 49,508 93,836
Oil Svc q
900 15,723 16,040
SP100 Eu q
4,850
3,270
8,217 MSHiTc
916
6,768
7,231 PhrmIdx
406
2,493
2,622 Am BioT
148
3,294
368 MidCap
130
1,136
1,596 GoldSilv q
1,197
0
952
P Strike Last
Last
Last
C Price Vol. Price Vol. Price Vol. Price

Nov

c20 2.6k 0 05 845 0 24 1.0k 0 34


PoloRLau
Close 47.55 Jan
c80 no tr no tr 3.1k 0 35
Potash
Close 92.85 Dec
50
c100 3.0k 5 49613 90 14515 30
p100 4.0k13 50 428 21 113 23
c105 12k 4 30 88610 70 17913 80
c110 2.9k 3 399 10 5212 40
c120 2.6k 1 40 120 7 20 287 9 20
c125 5.1k 0 95 79 6 40 1411 90
c130 10k 0 60 187 5 80 94 7 10
ProctGam
Close 60.88 Jan
p62 50 2.9k 2 25 312 4 137 5
c75 1.1k 0 05 245 0 30 4.6k 0 85
Pros UltSP
Close 29.70 Dec
c40 2.3k 0 65 732 2 60 349 3
ProUltFin
Close 8.41 Dec
c8 2.8k 1 80 514 2 90 57 3 30
c10 8.5k 1 05 1.3k 2 30 1.7k 2 70
c11 3.4k 0 80 640 1 90 no tr
c12 2.8k 0 55 2.4k 1 60 no tr
c13 3.4k 0 40 7.1k 1 50 271 1 50
c15 2.9k 0 25 723 1 10 237 1 65
PrS UlShFn
Close 181.49 Jan
p150 3.3k12 40 25030 40 4836 50
PrS UlShQQQ
Close 82.05 Jan
p70 3.9k 2 95 257 7 60 no tr
PrS UlShRE
Close 139.78 Jan
20
c130 8919 3.5k33 50 4833 80
PrudentlF
Close 33.27 Dec
p20 no tr 416 3 80 3.1k 4 50
p22 50 2.9k 2 20 76 5 1.0k 5 10
p30 4.7k 4 40 202 7 20 268 12
c35 7.6k 6 30 1.5k 7 70 no tr
c45 2.5k 1 55 966 4 48 7 70
p45 3.8k12 50 1314 90 2316 20
PSh QQQ fr
Close 31.52 Dec
p38 5.7k 6 50 26k 7 25 1.3k 6 70
c38 11k 0 09 12k 0 60 597 0 81
c39 3.4k 0 06 2.3k 0 43 1 0 73
p39 no tr 9.6k 7 90 10 7 63
c40 3.2k 0 02 2.5k 0 30 26 0 56
c41 8.5k 0 01 no tr 20 0 35
c42 6.7k 0 01 2.2k 0 19 16 0 28
c43 23k 0 02 2.1k 0 09 no tr
c44 8.4k 0 01 42k 0 07 8 0 15
PwNasd100
Close 31.52 Dec
c20 5012 22 no tr 15k12 75
p20 515 0 02 601 0 19 16k 0 33
p25 429 0 17 3.7k 0 82 1.5k 0 98
p27 7.8k 0 41 1.3k 1 26 2.1k 1 49
p28 13k 0 52 5.7k 1 50 1.9k 1 65
p29 9.5k 0 80 9.1k 1 87 671 2 10
p30 35k 1 18 15k 2 25 1.5k 2 27
c30 5.3k 2 30 1.3k 3 55 338 4 02
c31 8.7k 1 74 18k 3 10 6.0k 3 30
p31 33k 1 53 16k 2 64 1.5k 2 84
p32
178k 2 05 9.3k 3 12 566
3 35
c32 26k 1 21 6.8k 2 44 1.0k 2 92
c33 59k 0 84 11k 1 95 no tr
p33
155k 2 60 13k 3 62 100
3 58
c34 81k 0 55 34k 1 60 10k 1 90
p34 22k 3 23 5.9k 4 30 2.1k 4 40
c35 60k 0 35 18k 1 26 877 1 52
p35 69k 4 05 9.5k 4 98 1.3k 4 98
p36 18k 5 2.7k 5 63 102 4 89
c36 19k 0 20 18k 0 96 910 1 20
c37 14k 0 12 16k 0 76 179 1 05
p37 5.4k 5 87 8.4k 5 99 404 6 52
PwSClnEn
Close 9.78 Dec
c11 no tr 3.1k 0 80 10 1 30
Qualcom
Close 39.68 Jan
c40 6.7k 2 30 231 4 25 524 5 30
p40 3.9k 2 25 526 3 50 172 5 12
c42 50 14k 1 12 2.3k 2 70 237 3 60
c45 6.4k 0 45 3.3k 1 69 361 2 80
c60
6 0 05 no tr 4.2k 0 40
RetailHT
Close 73.58 Jan
p65 4.9k 1 85 97 2 70 139 5
p70 586 2 70 185 5 50 3.3k 6 30
p80 3.5k 7 20 167 11 6 9 90
RschMotn
Close 59.03 Dec
p50 5.5k 1 25 944 4 30 133 7 35
p55 9.7k 2 45 1.5k 6 247 8 75
c60 14k 3 20 1.8k 7 35 156 8 40
p60 8.9k 4 55 1.4k 8 20 35112 40

Exp. Strike
Last Exp. Strike
Last Exp. Strike
Last Exp. Strike
Last
Date Price Vol Price Date Price Vol Price Date Price Vol Price Date Price Vol Price

GenElec

Total
Put
Vol.

Oct

Total
Put
Vol.

Call
Open
Interest

Put
Open
Interest

341
70
85
103
0
1
0
0
40
20
1
4
0

132
966
0
18
13
0
5
2
0
0
0
1
5

223
0
580
313
0
74
0
0
0
16
16
0
0

441
9
0
94
397
0
50
49
0
0
0
1
0

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

Nov

3.1k 7 75 80711 40 24715 65


18k 1 48 1.2k 5 35 489 6 40
14k 0 77 2.7k 3 65 126 4 85
4.8k 0 40 934 2 50 54 4
924 0 06 439 0 72 2.9k 2 10
33030 85 8130 20 3.5k34 90
8041 95 6 39 2.4k43 50
Saks
Close 6.21 Feb
p7 50 38 1 30 20 1 67 10k 1 90
Schering
Close 13.87 Feb
p12 50 129 0 35 6.8k 0 79 no tr
p15 153 1 60 3.7k 2 55 53 2 85
SearsHldg
Close 67.31 Dec
p65 2.6k 3 60 58910 20 8610 77
p85 3.7k16 10 6723 80 8928 20
SilcnLab
Close 26.28 Jan
p35 no tr no tr 3.6k 8 90
SimonProp
Close 67.36 Jan
c80 2.8k 1 30 no tr 2 8 10
SLM Corp
Close 6.40 Jan
c5 2.8k 1 71 3.4k 2 40 110 3
p5 2.4k 0 50 804 1 8.6k 1 55
50
65
c7 9.0k 0 632 1 30 44 1 75
p7 50 6.9k 1 39 377 2 35 572 2 85
p10 217 3 70 9 4 10 2.5k 4 70
SovrgnBcp
Close 3.26 Jan
c5 4.6k 0 25 750 0 70 65 0 95
SP Bas
Close 26.30 Dec
p25 5.2k 0 85 802 1 85 61 1 45
SP CnSv
Close 25.25 Dec
p31 8.2k 4 60 no tr 2 4 40
SP Engy
Close 45.25 Dec
p30 no tr no tr 3.1k 0 87
SP Fnc fr
Close 13.69 Dec
p15
156k 2 10 19k 2 71 4.4k
3
c15 9.3k 0 80 4.6k 1 55 10k 1 80
p16 25k 2 70 3.3k 3 45 363 3 60
c16 29k 0 53 8.0k 1 29 2.1k 1 44
c17 74k 0 35 10k 0 94 8.0k 1 11
p17 16k 3 35 1.3k 3 85 3.1k 4
SP Fncl
Close 13.69 Dec
p10 1.9k 0 19 3.1k 0 73 2.3k 0 86
p11 3.5k 0 36 4.5k 0 95 1.9k 1 16
p12 5.0k 0 57 12k 1 29 5.6k 1 48
p13 11k 0 98 4.8k 1 66 2.2k 1 99
p14 31k 1 38 7.0k 2 11 5.1k 2 66
c14 6.0k 1 18 752 2 13 253 2 20
c18 3.4k 0 23 17k 0 80 8.1k 0 78
p18 22k 4 30 2.6k 4 80 524 5 10
p19 5.8k 5 35 7.0k 5 50 16k 5 60
c19 5.8k 0 11 4.1k 0 59 440 0 65
c20 2.9k 0 10 6.4k 0 38 1.3k 0 50
c21 5.8k 0 06 2.6k 0 30 16k 0 33
p21 2.7k 6 96 172 6 15 467 7 40
c22 2.8k 0 05 3.7k 0 19 3.6k 0 28
c23 668 0 01 186 0 11 3.9k 0 17
SpdGld nya
Close 89.90 Dec
c90 3.7k 2 85 5.2k 6 3.3k 7 40
c95 2.7k 1 20 674 4 20 259 5 20
c100 2.4k 0 40 169 2 85 1.0k 4 20
SPDR
Close 90.70 Dec
c7 50 no tr no tr 5.2k 0 25
p60 605 0 05 5.2k 0 50 4.4k 0 80
p70 1.5k 0 37 16k 1 40 4.0k 1 90
p72 227 0 35 20 1 55 2.5k 2 20
p74 2.0k 0 47 3.0k 2 10 101 1 56
p75 4.0k 0 67 12k 2 40 5.5k 2 83
p76 3.1k 0 75 2.1k 2 13 305 2 63
p77 3.2k 0 74 136 2 35 2.3k 3 35
p79 2.4k 0 83 257 3 20 302 3 56
p80 9.6k 1 30 55k 3 35 9.9k 4 25
p81 20k 1 33 4.4k 3 45 3.5k 4 35
p82 7.7k 1 61 216 3 60 6.9k 4 40
p83 14k 1 58 1.2k 3 80 2.9k 4 85
p84 4.4k 1 97 1.1k 4 64 1.1k 4 95
p85 18k 2 32 14k 4 90 5.3k 5 80
p86 6.6k 2 24 603 4 95 2.1k 5 10
p87 7.3k 2 90 7.2k 5 25 3.3k 6 45
p88 15k 3 25 1.5k 6 05 6.1k 6 50
p89 15k 3 75 14k 5 92 672 7 30
p90
111k 3 95 57k 7 15 4.3k
7 75
p91 9.0k 4 70 4.1k 7 09 11 5 15
c91 3.3k 4 35 402 7 40 542 8 40
c92 3.3k 3 75 1.8k 7 544 8 91
p92 33k 5 15 3.8k 7 54 3.0k 8 70
c93 7.5k 3 55 899 6 70 423 7 50
p93 18k 5 50 13k 7 70 844 9 16
p65
c65
c70
c75
c90
p90
p100

Total
Call
Vol.

Oct

c94
p94
p95
c95
c96
p96
c97
p97
p98
c98
c99
p99
p100
c100
9 82
c101
p101
c102
p102
c103
p103
p104
c104
p105
c105
c106
p106
p107
c107
c108
p108
p109
c109
p110
c110
c111
p112
c112
p113
c113
c114
p114
p122
p124

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

Nov

8.3k 3 10 2.9k 6 1 8 50
22k 6 3.7k 9 1.2k 8 30
50k 7 9.9k 9 50 14k 9 95
20k 2 65 3.3k 5 45 759 6 55
20k 2 41 2.1k 5 24 218 7 11
31k 7 30 2.6k 9 80 2.2k 7 62
20k 1 94 2.3k 4 91 447 6 20
29k 4 75 7.0k10 60 163 7 64
54k 8 60 11k11 29 16k11 50
16k 1 67 1.9k 4 30 447 5 20
56k 1 39 4.1k 3 90 142 6 64
35k 9 56 2.8k11 55 1.0k 11
48k10 34 16k11 25 2 15
108k 1 19 10k 3 60 6

21k 1 05 1.8k 3 28 no tr
25k10 65 12k13 19 no tr
37k 0 90 7.5k 2 90 no tr
22k12 40 3.9k12 84 no tr
71k 0 73 2.5k 2 69 no tr
9.9k12 80 85614 50 215 50
12k13 75 1.2k 14 no tr
19k 0 52 2.3k 2 40 11 9 60
33k 15 6.7k14 74 no tr
26k 0 43 42k 2 20 no tr
68k 0 39 1.2k 2 no tr
3.9k13 60 6.5k17 10 no tr
2.4k14 85 3.4k15 35 no tr
31k 0 25 3.1k 1 75 52 8 35
5.2k 0 25 15k 1 51 no tr
2.2k 17 2.6k18 50 no tr
5.7k 18 10k17 74 no tr
5.0k 0 21 2.9k 1 81 no tr
12k 18 1.7k18 65 621 90
11k 0 19 12k 1 12 3 7 50
7.2k 0 10 1.6k 1 01 42 5 65
7.3k19 64 524 21 no tr
19k 0 10 3.4k 0 94 6 5 52
4.8k20 69 23021 29 no tr
5.0k 0 09 2.0k 0 98 no tr
4.5k 0 07 30k 0 75 no tr
2.3k21 74 2.0k22 48 no tr
2.4k 30 no tr no tr
4.2k32 90 no tr no tr
SPDR fr
Close 90.70 Dec
p115 12k22 67 no tr 1225 20
c115 5.7k 0 07 5.7k 0 60 2 5 70
p116 16k24 01 2.2k25 05 no tr
c116 77k 0 07 1.2k 0 48 no tr
c117 18k 0 07 2.3k 0 40 no tr
c120 2.7k 0 05 13k 0 30 no tr
p120 5.9k29 10 6626 30 no tr
c125 2.1k 0 05 3.0k 0 13 no tr
p128 4.2k 37 no tr no tr
c129 276 0 04 no tr 4.6k 0 18
p129 9.0k 38 no tr 22 35
p132 20 40 no tr 44k34 40
SprintNex
Close 3.76 Feb
p5
12 1 05 33k 1 35 80 1 66
sT Retail
Close 23.30 Dec
p24 25 1 4.0k 1 85 3 2 70
p29 45 4 67 no tr 12k 5 90
p34 no tr no tr 10k 8 40
Staples
Close 16.69 Dec
c22 50 16 0 05 2.8k 0 30 1 0 80
Starbcks
Close 11.01 Jan
p10 447 0 25 no tr 5.2k 1 24
StJudeMd
Close 34.59 Jan
50
c40 275 0 2.9k 1 15 786 1 95
sTKbwRB
Close 27.05 Dec
p22 50 63 0 40 25 1 80 6.2k 2 35
p27 50 7.9k 2 20 1.0k 3 80 44 4 20
p30 3.0k 3 60 8 4 80 602 5 80
p35 3.1k 7 90 no tr 1.0k 9 20
StlDynam
Close 8.48 Feb
c27 50 no tr 3.6k 0 25 no tr
c30 no tr 2.9k 0 20 364 0 13
SunMicro
Close 5.21 Jan
c8
11 0 04 2.3k 0 13 401 0 31
SunTrust
Close 34.75 Jan
p25 8.5k 1 25 130 3 50 1.7k 5 60
p30 8.3k 2 52 315 6 40 1.7k 8 04
p35 6.6k 5 821 8 50 11310 99
p40 8.5k 8 27 39211 80 35913 84
TaiwSemi
Close 7.54 Jan
c7 50 no tr 6.7k 0 80 no tr
Target
Close 37.53 Jan
c45 5.8k 0 61 457 2 76 45 3 50
c47 50 2.7k 0 39 27 1 68 41 3 75

Oct

Exp. Strike
Last Exp. Strike
Last Exp. Strike
Last Exp. Strike
Last
Date Price Vol Price Date Price Vol Price Date Price Vol Price Date Price Vol Price

pJan10 20 1.1k 5 30 cJan10 42 1.2k 1 50 cJan10 20 1.1k 1 70 pJan10 40 2.5k 11 49


23.42 cJan10 44 545 1 22 cJan10 25 1.3k 0 95 Textron
18.29
65 574 0 95 cJan10 45 560 0 90 cJan10 30 557 0 53 cJan10 30 1.2k 2 50
27.59 Qualcom
39.68 SP Matls
26.30 cJan10 50 1.4k 0 47
22 50 889 5 30 cJan10 50 881 5 05 pJan10 60 719 33 80 TimeWarn
10.09
25 1.9k 6 30 Rambus
8.34 SPDR
90.70 cJan10 15 1.4k 0 85
32 50 676 10 15 cJan10 20 582 1 45 pDec10 60 797 4 50 Toyota
62.40
40 1.0k 6 18 RetailHT
73.58 pDec10 70 1.0k 7 pJan10 60 1.5k 11 50
20
70
cJan10 25 968 3 pJan10 40 963 17 pJan10 65 1.0k 6 cDec10 150 548 1 52 pJan10 70 1.5k 18 25
pJan10 30 834 8 60 Pfizer
15.67 SchergPl
13.87 cDec10 160 10k 0 80 UPS
53.00
cJan10 30 726 1 54 pJan10 20 865 6 25 pJan10 5 1.0k 0 35 SprintNex
3.76 pJan10 50 825 7 62
Morgan
36.68 cJan10 25 513 0 61 Schlmb
60.55 pJan10 5 529 1 75 cJan11 70 970 4 90
pJan10 20 1.4k 3 65 Potash
92.85 pJan10 40 2.1k 3 90 SwstAirl
11.75 cJan10 80 747 1 90
pJan10 40 1.0k 11 85 cJan10 120 564 23 50 pJan10 65 761 14 35 pJan10 10 1.7k 2 45 US Bcp
28.93
MorgStan
12.45 PwNasd100
31.52 cJan10 70 791 12 01 pJan10 12 50 2.6k 3 60 pJan10 20 706 3 40
cJan10 30 7.8k 2 20 pJan10 30 1.4k 4 12 cJan10 105 531 5 60 cJan10 12 50 3.1k 3 30 US Steel
46.39
pJan10 40 857 28 80 cJan10 30 1.3k 5 50 SemiHTr
20.52 Target
37.53 pJan10 80 723 40
pJan11 40 850 26 40 cJan10 38 829 2 39 pJan10 20 1.1k 2 87 pJan10 22 50 505 2 42 ValeroEn
19.06
Motorola
4.56 pJan10 38 1.2k 8 58 SP Fncl
13.69 pJan10 25 1.1k 3 10 pJan10 17 50 565 5 60
cJan10 5 662 1 58 pJan10 40 774 9 90 pJan10 10 1.0k 1 95 pJan10 30 1.3k 4 80 pJan10 20 1.8k 6 40
70
79
cJan10 15 658 3 pJan10 35 2.2k 7 cJan10 40 513 2 39
Oracle
16.21 cJan10 40 1.1k 2
MGM Mir

16.26 Penney
pJan10 12 50 2.0k 4 78 cJan10
pJan10 17 50 1.0k 7 80 Petrobrs
Microsft
22.30 pJan10
pJan10 15 750 1 30 pJan10
cJan10 20 1.5k 5 45 pJan10
pJan10 20 556 3 10 cJan10

Nov

c50 2.9k 0 24 33 1 28 621 2 54


TimeWarn
Close 10.09 Jan
c12 50 no tr no tr 2.5k 0 60
c13 162 0 10 3.1k 0 35 no tr
c17 50 no tr no tr 20k 0 05
c22 50 no tr no tr 4.0k 0 05
TiVo
Close 5.30 Feb
c5 no tr 10k 1 30 2 1 95
c7 50 74 0 15 10k 0 35 no tr
UndrArmr
Close 26.50 Jan
p40 40 12 2.7k15 80 2717 60
c40 33 0 05 2.9k 0 60 50 1 80
UnTech
Close 46.33 Feb
p45 4.5k 1 25 395 3 40 54 4 80
UPS B
Close 53.00 Jan
45
c60 3.6k 0 433 2 6.5k 3 30
p60 2.5k 7 20 271 7 80 648 8 94
c65 4.1k 0 10 381 0 90 905 1 40
US Bancp
Close 28.93 Dec
p25 2.7k 0 95 254 2 35 5 2 20
p27 50 8.6k 1 70 3.4k 3 50 279 4
p30 6.2k 2 85 171 4 20 208 4 60
c32 50 1.3k 0 67 2.7k 2 20 175 2 33
c35 10k 0 35 5.0k 1 10 164 1 85
c37 50 8.0k 0 20 547 0 95 381 1
US OilFd
Close 69.60 Jan
p65 624 1 35 480 3 50 2.7k 6 20
p66 5.5k 1 40 243 3 60 no tr
c70 5.9k 2 50 646 5 30 32 8 10
p80 50810 60 6312 50 35k15 30
USSteel
Close 46.39 Jan
c65 2.3k 0 60 904 2 65 31 5 70
Utdhlth
Close 17.80 Dec
p20 3.3k 2 90 2.6k 3 70 53 3 30
p25 2.3k 6 80 50 6 03 170 6 40
Wachovia
Close 3.60 Jan
p2 50 19k 0 20 4.4k 0 40 1.1k 0 45
p5 15k 1 30 1.1k 1 80 497 1 90
c5 23k 0 35 2.7k 0 65 1.4k 0 75
p6 no tr 2.5k 2 60 no tr
p7 50 3.4k 3 50 132 3 90 9.3k 3 80
c7 50 1.5k 0 10 7.1k 0 20 1.6k 0 25
c10 32 0 05 no tr 6.6k 0 15
p47 50 2.0k 2 10 no tr 18k 2 65
c47 50 5.5k 0 15 no tr 598 0 50
WalMart
Close 51.39 Dec
p47 50 2.9k 0 90 684 2 36 626 2 88
p50 4.6k 1 54 830 3 05 703 3 70
c50 2.8k 3 35 108 5 25 115 4 80
p52 50 3.1k 2 49 1.8k 4 10 1.7k 5 10
c52 50 5.2k 1 86 1.4k 3 41 107 3 50
p55 2.4k 3 45 145 5 20 200 6 35
c55 12k 1 05 3.3k 2 55 83 3 05
c60 2.2k 0 14 5.3k 1 10 660 1 61
c62 50 548 0 05 3.4k 0 46 1.0k 0 72
WellPoint
Close 36.50 Dec
p35 3.2k 1 70 1.3k 3 70 10 3 80
p40 1.1k 4 50 2.7k 6 60 129 6 80
WellsFrgo
Close 27.25 Jan
p17 50 6.6k 0 35 1.2k 1 15 1.7k 1 90
p20 18k 0 60 1.3k 1 75 2.1k 2 80
p22 50 21k 1 20 1.5k 2 65 1.9k 3 70
p25 22k 2 10 2.6k 3 50 3.2k 4 70
p26 18k 2 65 no tr 58 5 20
p27 50 9.5k 3 10 no tr 178 0 45
p29 10k 3 98 no tr 77 6 70
c29 4.9k 1 80 no tr 42 4 60
c30 11k 1 40 7.5k 2 60 9.6k 3 99
p30 12k 4 70 816 6 30 4.9k 7 20
c31 3.6k 1 05 2.4k 2 40 44 3 40
c32 50 6.1k 0 75 no tr 423 3 20
c34 3.4k 0 50 178 1 40 104 2 55
p35 2.0k 8 50 389 9 90 2.7k10 50
c35 7.4k 0 35 10k 1 30 3.4k 2 35
WllsFrgo
Close 27.25 Jan
c37 50 2.4k 0 15 no tr 164 1 70
Xilinx
Close 19.23 Dec
50
20
p17 221 0 1.8k 0 76 3.2k 1 10
c17 50 no tr 3.0k 2 65 60 3 10
p20 1.5k 1 40 1.8k 1 85 2.6k 1 90
c20 3.3k 0 55 3.1k 1 03 86 1 55
XTO Energy
Close 32.21 Feb
p30 3.3k 1 75 437 3 20 24 5 40
p35 387 4 10 2.3k 6 68 7 10
c35 1.0k 1 65 2.7k 3 70 31 5 90
c45 167 0 10 3.1k 1 07 213 2 75
Yahoo
Close 12.65 Jan
p10 629 0 24 4.8k 1 130 1 50
p12 50 3.2k 1 11 no tr 529 2 86

cJan10 50 697 1 46
Verizon

25.93

pJan10 20 1.5k 2 02
cJan10 30 2.0k 2 80
Wachovia

3.60

pJan10 20 2.1k 16 50
WalMart

51.39
pJan10 50 1.4k 8 70
WellsFrgo
27.25
pJan10 15 2.1k 3 50
pJan10 17 50 502 4 50
pJan10 20 923 5 20
XM Sat
8.17
cJan10 7 50 1.1k 0 80
Yahoo
12.65
cJan11 15 591 4 25
cJan11 25 1.0k 2 46
Yingli
5.16
cJan10 40 911 0 55
YingliGr
5.16
pOct08 5 553 0 45

INVESTOR'S BUSINESS DAILY

FRIDAY, OCTOBER 10, 2008

MAKING MONEY

B1

RELEVANT FACTS,
RULES & SKILLS

THE BIG PICTURE

NYSE + Nasdaq Stocks On The Move

Stocks Losses Accelerate As Market


Suffers Seventh Consecutive Down Day

Stocks with high volume vs. 50-day avg., reflecting heavy institutional action. 80 EPS & 80 RS or better are boldfaced.

BY JONAH KERI
INVESTOR'S BUSINESS DAILY

An afternoon sell-off cemented a


seventh straight day of losses for
the stock market Thursday.
The Nasdaq tumbled 5.5%. The
NYSE composite dived 7.8%, the
S&P 500 7.6%, the Dow industrials
7.3%. The major indexes all hit
multiyear lows.
Volume pulled back across the
board. But trading still closed above
average for the sixth straight session, as investors continued to
dump stocks en masse.
Decliners led advancing issues by
8-to-1 on the NYSE and by nearly
5-to-1 on the Nasdaq. Only one of
the 197 industry groups tracked by
IBD gained ground.
The day actually started on a positive note, following a bullish earnings release from IBMIBM late
Wednesday.
The Dow component topped profit estimates, adding that its on track
for a 22% earnings jump for fullyear 2008. IBMs stock gapped up
at the open, surging more than 5%.
But both IBM and the broader indexes weakened as the session
wore on; techs relative strength
merely meant less-severe losses for
the Nasdaq.
The ongoing liquidity crisis and
the ailing overall economy continue
to plague stocks. The Federal Reserve and foreign central banks
have taken aggressive steps to loosen up stalled credit markets.
Earlier this week, the Fed said it
would buy short-term debt needed
to finance daily operations directly
from businesses.
Its also dishing out $300 billion to
banks in exchange for bad loan assets, adding to the $300 billion that
was already made available.
All of that on top of the $700 billion
bank rescue plan signed into law
Oct. 3. On Thursday, the Treasury

Thursdays action:
Stocks tumble for seventh
straight day
Current outlook:
Market in correction
Leaders up in volume:
BuckleBKE
Leaders down in volume:
AlconACL C.R. BardBCR
AeropostaleARO
Baxter InternationalBAX
Longs Drug StoresLDG

Department said that it might use a


chunk of those funds to buy direct
stakes in a number of U.S. banks.
On Wednesday, the Fed joined
othercentral banks in slashing interest rates. The key fed funds rate was
slashed to 1.5%. The discount rate,
used for bank loans, also fell by half
a percentage point.
Those moves have had little effect
on market lending rates, though, as
banks remain reluctant to dole out
capital.
The three-month Libor, the rate
banks charge each other to borrow
for three months, surged to 4.75%
on Thursday from 4.52% on
Wednesday. Various spreads also
rose, as lending remained tight.
Investors did shy away from safe
havens a bit, despite the stock markets big losses.
The yield on the benchmark
10-year note jumped to 3.76% from
3.66% on Wednesday, as bond prices retreated.
Meanwhile, stock selling picked
up Thursday afternoon.
Already in a freefall, GMsGM stock
crashed 31% in huge volume. That
left the automaking giant 88%
below its 52-week high. Ford MotorF plummeted 22%, also in rapid
turnover.
A report predicted that auto sales

would hit recession levels this year,


then fall even further next year.
Later in the day, Standard & Poors
warned it may cut the two automakers credit ratings further.
Where banks and other financial
stocks once led the markets decline, other sectors have gotten
swept up in the carnage lately.
Energy stocks racked up huge
gains earlier this year as commodity
prices took flight.
But on Thursday, Dow component Exxon MobilXOM dropped 9, or
12%, closing at 68 in heavy trade.
The drop shoved Exxon Mobils
stock to two-year lows.
Crude oil prices, which peaked
above $147 a barrel in July, slid
$2.36 to $86.59 a barrel Thursday.
Makers of inexpensive food items
had held up relatively well lately, as
consumers opt for cheaper goods in
a weak economy. But even those
stocks got rocked on Thursday.
Campbell SoupCPB fell 2.74 to
35.02 in nearly twice its normal
trade. Cereal maker KelloggK
swooned 3.98 to 48.62 in 2 1/2
times its regular volume. Rival General MillsGIS skidded 5.04 to 60.22
in nearly twice its typical turnover.
Kellogg and General Mills joined
the litany of stocks now trading beneath their 200-day moving averages. Campbell closed just above that
support level.
Financial stocks still got their fair
share of bad tidings, though. The
three-week ban on short-selling financial stocks ended Wednesday.
Investment banks Merrill Lynch
MER and Morgan StanleyMS both
nose-dived 26%.
CitigroupC and Goldman Sachs
GS both dropped 10%, Bank of
AmericaBAC 11%.
00 M O R E C O V E R A G E O N N E X T P A G E
00 I N T R A D A Y M A R K E T U P D A T E S
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AT INVESTORS.COM/MARKETS

SMARTSELECT COMPOSITE RATING

EPS Rel Acc 52-Wk


6 Rnk Str Dis High NYSE Stock

99 96 97 C+ 66.86 Buckle o

BKE

34 76 18 D
78 76 74 E
89 66 68 D
39 33 54 E
6 35 30 E
40 91 42 E
69 62 81 E
54 63 30 E
84 81 83 D
54 79 45 E
46 54 51 E
69 91 40 E
69 91 54 E
95 77 81 E
76 84 47 C+
87 84 60 D
81 77 77 E
87 70 81 B
57 70 52 E
32 58 33 E
95 80 69 B
95 64 93 D
42 86 32 E
89 93 52 D
43 39 55 B
48 53 45 D
95 66 89 D
35 75 15 E
40 90 42 E
99 84 95 B+
72 58 65 E
83 74 55 C
51 86 38 E
63 59 71 E
30 80 23 E
63 72 38 D
45 34 68 C+
72 74 61 D
47 54 60 D
89 86 71 E
78 86 66 E
92 86 82 E
79 36 89 D
49 90 30 E
44 56 55 E

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KMP
UL
APU
MGA

101.5
60.89
38.25
37.99
100.3
87.94
38.87
160.4
51.09
45.00
66.00
91.34
65.91
61.30
68.81
87.00
47.41
41.21
90.00
55.87
43.19
66.90
51.00
60.00
108.8
50.32
58.51
111.7
88.73
80.00
93.12
68.00
54.16
43.28
65.09
56.98
87.44
39.70
46.93
130.9
120.9
96.00
30.00
85.16
37.64

Prudentl o
KindrME o
Unilever Plc o
Amerigas o
Magna A
RoyDShB
NSTAR
Siemens o
SmithAO
MagMids o
Torchmrk o
Total SA o
ONEOKPtr o
Novartis o
AFLAC o
NatlGrid
GenWyo
MolinaHl
WellPoint o
EngyTsfr o
Pall o
Clorox o
Wesco Intl o
ITCHldgs
CnImpBk o
CooperCos o
Kellogg o
DaimlerAG o
RoyDShA
FTI Cnslt o
Diageo o
ACE Ltd o
EnbrEner o
HillRom o
Autoliv
CIGNA o
Mohawk Ind o
FrnceTel
Manulife o
IBM o
AllintTch o
Graingr o
Gallaghr
ENI SPA
Honda Mtr o

SMARTSELECT COMPOSITE RATING

EPS Rel Acc 52-Wk


Stock Closing
Vol Vol%
Stock Closing
Vol Vol%
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RDSB
NST
SI
AOS
MMP
TMK
TOT
OKS
NVS
AFL
NGG
GWR
MOH
WLP
ETP
PLL
CLX
WCC
ITC
CM
COO
K
DAI
RDSA
FCN
DEO
ACE
EEP
HRC
ALV
CI
MHK
FTE
MFC
IBM
ATK
GWW
AJG
E
HMC

47.85 +0.65 2,032 +114 50 86 40 E


86 72 84 D
33.27 10.0 28,498 +480 64 32 82 D+
43.26 0.74 2,548 +273 56 89 35 D+
23.49 1.99 5,103 +260 89 80 70 C
21.94 2.95 303 +252
86 69 83 D
36.54 3.44 3,308 +236
87 78 63 E
46.63 4.76 1,854 +233 88 55 90 B+
28.50 1.00 1,826 +219 87 86 69 D+
65.35 1.61 2,499 +217 87 70 72 B+
29.78 0.68 843 +215
24.33 1.23 631 +197 99 86 96 C+
87 94 61 E
40.01 4.30 2,378 +187 84 73 53 C+
48.10 3.71 8,425 +187
74 32 90 B
39.25 2.76 457 +186
88 79 72 D
45.73 4.07 4,721 +180
39.70 8.26 11,417 +174 80 83 81 D
82 83 81 D+
50.85 6.27 228 +170
90 68 95 B
24.64 2.98 1,251 +157
65 21 65 B
23.57 4.51 495 +156
87 56 86 D+
36.91 3.53 9,568 +156
26.55 1.90 1,449 +155 93 73 85 E
79 90 60 D
29.33 0.55 2,166 +154
86 57 82 C+
56.69 2.31 4,269 +153
20.40 3.63 1,690 +153 72 89 63 E
35.01 5.70 1,082 +152 80 57 85 B+
44.60 5.02 1,144 +151 95 89 81 B
24.00 5.67 1,534 +150 95 69 97 B
48.62 3.98 5,846 +147 39 89 26 E
31.60 2.77 2,062 +146 91 75 85 C+
47.44 4.87 6,342 +145 56 90 23 E
64.30 1.55 1,842 +145 90 89 70 D
57.03 2.27 2,087 +144 92 76 68 B
38.25 7.25 8,448 +142 93 65 94 B
29.00 1.44 702 +141 65 48 82 D
23.90 1.22 1,727 +141 85 75 75 E
23.47 2.72 2,525 +139 57 1 98 C+
24.80 2.85 6,358 +139 84 38 92 B
51.06 3.79 2,363 +138 92 90 61 D
23.94 1.78 919 +138 39 62 40 D
26.16 4.39 3,615 +137 88 65 91 D
89.00 1.55 20,950 +135 91 64 89 D
78.20 5.14 730 +135 62 62 51 D+
71.94 0.67 2,112 +133 48 65 45 E
24.00 0.75 1,789 +132 97 89 79 D
38.98 3.32 2,108 +131 73 70 72 E
21.81 1.19 2,210 +128 96 60 93 C+

73.20
58.55
37.08
59.95
47.84
80.47
31.73
46.32
67.36
33.75
27.74
65.92
29.08
45.00
38.19
24.14
24.35
34.34
45.84
37.24
81.68
36.49
30.55
86.97
30.40
714.5
49.08
52.59
58.55
73.29
112.9
70.20
67.00
52.82
43.00
34.40
70.66
49.58
58.67
34.98
33.26
44.46
39.95
64.68
59.21
31.39

WPP
SilgnHld o
StatAutoFl
Foster L B
Dentsup o
ArchCap o
Exactech
CmtyTrBc
CHRobn o
IPCHldgs o
SprtnStr
Cerner o
InglMkt
Lancstr
Zoll Med
CctSp o
CmstA o
NWBcp
ArgoGpInt n
MGEEgy
ApolloGrpA o
DorchMn
Jakks Pac o
LincnElc o
SelInsGrp
CME Grp o
TractorSupl o
Gulf Isl o
MathInt
NII Hldg o
Itron Inc o
PrceTR o
FstFnlBk
InfPrCas
Paychx o
Medivation o
Iberiabk
Invitrogen o
Paccar o
Conmed
WrightMed o
G&K Svc
StdMicro
Idexx Labs o
Landstar o
Caseys

WPPGY
SLGN
STFC
FSTR
XRAY
ACGL
EXAC
CTBI
CHRW
IPCR
SPTN
CERN
IMKTA
LANC
ZOLL
CMCSK
CMCSA
NWSB
AGII
MGEE
APOL
DMLP
JAKK
LECO
SIGI
CME
TSCO
GIFI
MATW
NIHD
ITRI
TROW
FFIN
IPCC
PAYX
MDVN
IBKC
IVGN
PCAR
CNMD
WMGI
GKSR
SMSC
IDXX
LSTR
CASY

32.34
43.36
21.84
21.55
30.26
59.20
17.14
26.68
39.88
21.50
23.99
33.75
16.94
33.54
22.66
16.21
16.31
25.46
27.00
30.57
51.62
17.59
19.97
51.31
18.59
355.4
36.38
18.84
41.11
22.72
71.13
40.00
42.55
35.32
27.46
18.74
44.36
29.64
27.64
24.93
25.36
23.61
19.81
44.21
36.21
24.25

1.99 602
2.01 655
4.64 182
1.53 376
2.80 3,142
5.42 1,017
0.94 227
2.75 158
4.31 4,892
3.24 1,394
0.78 410
3.93 1,657
0.88 147
0.78 336
2.38 610
0.64 18,092
0.68 51,116
0.63 261
2.42 253
1.98 144
2.24 5,709
1.41 158
1.28 731
2.17 745
2.80 585
50.2 2,702
2.76 1,518
2.71 261
3.70 409
1.62 5,358
1.89 990
6.05 5,889
6.12 221
2.94 235
0.68 7,259
2.26 1,095
5.20 193
1.04 3,039
3.88 7,922
2.04 498
1.50 778
2.61 183
0.97 333
2.37 762
2.01 1,501
2.14 929

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HOW'S THE MARKET?

FRIDAY, OCTOBER 10, 2008

INVESTORS.COM

IBDs 197 Industry Sub-Group Rankings


Ranked 1 to 197 on 6-month price performance. Days top 10 performers are boldfaced; worst 10 underlined.
Rank
3 6 7
This Wks Wks Mo Industry
Wk| Ago |Ago| Ago| Name

Rank
Subgroup%Chg Daily
3 6 7
Comp. Since % This Wks Wks Mo Industry
|Rating | Jan1 |Chg Wk| Ago |Ago| Ago| Name

1 22 71 135 RetailDrugStores
2 2 5 158 RetailDiscnt&Vari
3 5 12 76 MdcalOutpnt/HmCr
4 12 56 176 ComptrSftwrMdcl
5 10 3 21 ElecMilitarySystems
6 3 14 185 InsuranceBrokers
7 1 1 86 MedicalGenetics
8 4 9 79 CommlSvcsSchools
9 7 55 82 Retail/WhlsleFood
10 9 87 129 BanksWst/Sthwst
11 41 92 35 Soap&ClngPreparat
12 13 26 119 ComlSvcsScrty
13 59 46 45 FoodMscPrparation
14 6 6 71 MedicalBiomed/Bth
15 8 18 74 RtailClthing/Shoe
16 21 21 56 MedicalProducts
17 42 30 145 RtailHmeFrnshngs
18 26 38 72 MedicalEthicalDrgs
19 44 130 106 BanksSoutheast
20 47 95 89 RetailSpr/MiniMkts
21 76 66 52 Cosmetics/PersnlCre
22 48 104 39 BanksNortheast
23 11 15 49 Mdical/DntalSrvcs
24 113 75 65 MdcalDrg/Dvrsified
25 161 153 30 FnancIdxTrckngFd
26 96 125 87 FinancSvings&Lo
27 95 82 48 FnceInvsmntMgt
28 43 106 75 BanksMidwest
29 80 22 27 MedicalGenercDrgs
30 53 73 29 UtilityGasDstribtn
31 18 23 24 MedicalSystems/Eqp
32 45 58 46 CommlSvcsMisc
33 17 4 38 LeisrTys/Gms/Hbby
34 108 105 91 ApparelShoes&Rel
35 16 13 42 BldgA/C&HeatingP
36 46 52 93 InvstmntBankers
37 138 151 14 Tobacco
38 29 37 114 MdcalNrsngHmes
39 57 40 83 CmpterTechSrvcs
40 124 48 19 DvrsifiedOprtions
41 14 19 136 RetlWhsleBldgPrds
42 61 67 40 CmmlSvcsCnsltng
43 51 135 170 BanksSuprRgional
44 86 114 138 RetailRestaurants
45 98 65 110 CmmlSvcsMrktRch
46 134 78 44 BeveragesAlcoholic
47 40 17 11 PollutionCntrlSvcs
48 62 70 77 FinanceReit
49 82 91 63 InsrncePrp/Cas/Titl
50 102 100 68 UtilityElctricPwr
51 107 133 47 MdcalWhlsleDrg
52 37 28 69 ComptrSftwrEntr
53 25 62 174 TelecomEquipment
54 23 50 195 CompterNetwrking
55 103 150 180 MdicalHlthMntOrg
56 114 94 101 RetailMjrDscChns
57 72 89 28 Containers
58 125 113 104 UtilityWaterSupply
59 94 156 118 HsholdofficFurnitr
60 39 8 188 ComptrPrphrlEqp
61 67 154 189 RetailLeisurePrds
62 144 182 161 MediaRadio/Tv
63 52 93 108 BldgWoodPrds
64 27 11 33 TrnsportationTrck
65 105 39 115 TelecomWirlssEqp
66 34 10 12 TransportationRail

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88
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91
95
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88
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84
84
88
81
92
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+7.37.5
19.37.4
26.66.1
5.24.3
19.48.1
18.45.1
15.14.9
23.85.6
33.59.7
9.96.0
30.15.8
18.16.6
26.95.8
29.97.6
23.75.7
17.95.5
30.76.9
24.57.6
25.96.3
20.7 5.5
20.2 7.6
32.1 6.5
12.0 8.1
25.3 2.0
31.8 5.7
36.7 7.8
25.7 8.5
13.9 5.0
25.9 8.4
36.3 6.6
34.3 6.5
15.9 9.1
36.9 4.7
13.6 5.9
54.0 11
22.8 6.5
38.7 13
26.7 4.8
21.6 3.6
14.0 4.2
28.5 5.1
37.7 14
42.3 5.9
28.1 5.1
17.4 4.3
18.5 6.7
30.6 9.4
33.9 10
34.9 5.8
27.8 6.5
44.6 4.9
41.4 5.0
46.8 4.9
49.8 9.0
21.6 7.4
30.8 6.2
25.7 6.7
42.5 8.5
31.1 1.9
42.6 5.2
51.3 9.4
24.1 7.0
18.4 6.6
39.0 5.2
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68 155 162 103
69 104 61 122
70 91 77 117
71 28 25 18
72 65 72 102
73 87 121 80
74 31 84 116
75 81 68 107
76 64 86 149
77 56 53 92
78 132 120 88
79 93 98 22
80 141 188 157
81 119 128 182
82 15 49 173
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84 146 139 123
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86 70 33 160
87 66 16 134
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92 130 32 153
93 68 59 54
94 19 47 181
95 24 7 26
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99 79 148 59
100 129 129 67
101 85 118 154
102 118 137 183
103 90 108 175
104 36 99 184
105 33 29 194
106 32 31 41
107 49 134 190
108 166 161 148
109 151 57 171
110 73 34 90
111 83 45 64
112 126 136 97
113 38 35 43
114 92 60 139
115 167 147 15
116 71 79 140
117 162 165 31
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119 168 149 73
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121 147 54 85
122 74 143 137
123 116 127 16
124 101 63 94
125 123 119 159
126 142 166 155
127 133 131 163
128 120 103 6
129 188 195 1
130 163 157 58
131 127 88 131
132 122 123 99

Rank
Subgroup%Chg Daily
3 6 7
Comp. Since % This Wks Wks Mo Industry
|Rating | Jan1 |Chg Wk| Ago |Ago| Ago| Name

HousehldApplncs
RealEstateOprtions
FuneralSvcs&Rel
ElecScntific/Msrng
ChemicalsSpecialty
FoodConfectionery
Paper&PaperProduc
ApprelClthingMfg
Rtail/WhlsleAt/Prts
LeisureProducts
InternetSoftware
Medical/DntalSppls
BldgRsidnt/Comml
BldgMbile/Mfg&Rv
TelecomServices
BldgPaint&Allied
LeisreMvies&Rel
CommlSvcsHlthcre
RetailMisc
ElecSmicondctrMfg
BldgMntnance&S
BldgCnstrPrds/Msc
InternetContent
CommlSvcsStffng
BldgHandTools
ComptrManufctrs
FnancialSrvcsMisc
Retail/WhlsleJwlry
MchnryGenIndstrl
FoodDairyProducts
MetalPrdsFstners
ComptrSftwrScrity
InternetECommerce
TrnsprtAirFreight
RtailWhlsleOffcSup
OfficeSuppliesMfg
InternetIsp
Fincecnsmer/CmlLns
IntrnetNtwrkSltns
PollutnCntrlEqp
TrnsprttinAirlne
RetailMailOrder&Di
MediaBooks
TrnsprttionEqpMfg
ElctriclEquipmnt
ComptrSftwrFincl
MetalProc&Fabrica
CompterSftwrDsgn
FoodMeatProducts
InsuranceLife
BvragesSftDrinks
BanksMoneyCntr
FnancepblInvFdbnd
TelecomWirlssSvcs
CmptrIntgrtdSyst
HoushldCnsmerElc
Oil&GasIntlExplPr
Aerospce/DfnseEqp
MediaCble/StlliteTv
ConsumerProdMisc
Rtail/Whlslecmp/Cll
Oil&GasUSRoyalty
MetalOresGld/Silvr
Aerospace/Defense
CommlSvcsLeasing
ElecSemicndctrEqp

..
58
..
87
80
..
79
80
78
74
..
86
57
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73
65
60
..
85
78
..
67
89
..
72
..
86
..
77
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84
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..
81
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79
..
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..
77
80
65
82
..
66
..
..
..
83
..
..
..
83
71
..
..
68
77
..
75
..

30.5 6.7
31.4 4.4
31.6 5.7
33.3 5.9
35.5 7.1
1.76.9
40.6 6.7
30.9 7.8
31.9 6.7
39.0 5.9
39.5 5.8
28.4 10
10.5 6.7
42.9 7.2
49.1 6.2
26.9 6.7
35.5 4.1
36.6 8.7
48.5 7.0
46.4 3.7
26.5 8.1
36.1 6.1
50.7 3.5
39.0 9.3
30.0 6.0
48.3 2.6
44.1 8.6
39.3 10
35.6 6.3
23.5 6.3
31.4 1.7
44.6 4.5
44.9 6.5
30.7 5.6
35.1 8.4
42.6 6.5
43.9 7.9
46.7 22
46.5 3.5
31.8 7.5
55.9 5.5
40.7 7.4
43.7 5.0
36.1 5.8
46.3 5.3
41.3 5.8
48.5 7.5
37.2 5.7
34.4 4.0
41.7 20
40.1 7.8
43.1 9.8
33.9 6.7
49.0 6.2
37.9 5.5
49.6 4.8
46.7 7.5
46.6 5.5
40.6 6.0
46.4 5.6
40.9 4.7
22.8 4.9
36.9 5.0
36.1 6.4
38.7 7.5
50.5 4.3

133 100 141 177


134 174 155 23
135 89 112 143
136 128 69 121
137 111 115 152
138 112 74 53
139 77 64 66
140 99 146 141
141 140 124 165
142 139 158 13
143 109 102 179
144 75 27 37
145 165 168 169
146 121 83 100
147 97 90 172
148 175 189 166
149 69 76 96
150 143 179 62
151 131 159 150
152 154 36 144
153 137 176 178
154 153 167 167
155 169 174 128
156 106 117 20
157 164 116 51
158 35 20 10
159 117 97 61
160 170 164 55
161 110 44 130
162 171 177 151
163 172 170 32
164 185 191 132
165 194 187 57
166 180 173 111
167 176 186 147
168 182 185 60
169 84 51 25
170 193 194 197
171 63 41 84
172 179 160 109
173 50 42 4
174 58 80 105
175 196 197 187
176 181 169 120
177 152 163 164
178 178 144 8
179 177 171 127
180 159 181 191
181 145 145 186
182 156 111 113
183 136 142 17
184 150 138 95
185 186 152 7
186 160 85 9
187 183 184 50
188 184 172 34
189 192 192 192
190 195 180 70
191 173 175 196
192 78 96 2
193 191 190 81
194 187 107 3
195 190 183 5
196 189 193 146
197 197 196 193

Subgroup%Chg Daily
Comp. Since %
|Rating | Jan1 |Chg

BldgCment/Cncrt
TelecomSrvcsFrgn
RetailCnsmrElec
ComptrSftwrDsktp
ElecPrtsDistribtrs
TransportationSvcs
MedcalHospitals
ChemicalsPlastics
ComptrDataStrge
AgriculturalOprtions
Auto/TrckRplcPrts
MchnryMtlHdlg
OfficeEqp&Autom
ElecMiscProducts
TelcomFibrOptcs
RealEstateDevlpmt
ElecCmpnent/Cntr
InsrnceAcc&Heal
LeisureServices
ElecContractMfg
RetailDprtmntStrs
CommlSvcsPrntng
ComlSvcsAdvrtsng
ChemicalsBasic
MediaPeriodicals
EnergyOther
CmptrSftwrEdu
Oil&GasTrnsprt/Pip
MachnryTools&Re
MediaDiversified
Oil&GasIntlIntegra
AutoManufacturers
FincPblInvFdFn
FinancPblInvFdeqt
InsrnceDivrsified
BanksForeign
Oil&GasFieldServic
LeisrePhtoEqp/Rel
Oil&GasMchnry/Eq
Auto/TrckOrgnlEqp
Oil&GasUSExplPro
BldgHeavyConstr
MediaNewspapers
Oil&GasRfing/Mkt
LeisureHotels&Mot
MchinryCnstr/Mng
HousehldHousewrs
LeisreGamng/Equip
Trucks&PartsHvyD
TransportationShip
Oil&GascdnExplPro
MetalPrdsDistribtr
MachineryFarm
Oil&GasDrilling
Auto/TrckTirs&M
Oil&GasCdnIntgrt
TextileMill/Hsehold
FoodFlour&Grain
FnancMrtg&RelSvc
ChemicalsFertilizers
Oil&GasUSIntgrt
SteelProducers
MetalOres
SteelSpcltyAlloys
MiningGems

0 0 0 0 S&PMidcap400Ind
0 0 0 0 S&P500Index

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76
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78
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76
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64
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59
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61
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60
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57
67
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75
57
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61
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59
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56
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59
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59
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55
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41.6 6.6
43.0 4.9
47.9 7.7
40.1 5.5
39.2 7.1
26.4 7.5
33.2 6.9
43.1 5.4
47.1 3.9
36.2 4.7
52.5 15
38.4 9.4
37.4 3.2
49.6 4.9
55.3 6.6
47.7 9.6
41.5 7.7
49.4 20
55.9 9.1
40.4 5.4
48.4 11
52.0 8.0
48.1 5.0
34.0 5.6
42.0 4.6
51.9 7.5
42.5 4.3
48.7 5.1
41.1 6.0
51.1 11
48.2 8.5
40.6 7.8
51.5 5.2
51.5 9.5
58.4 13
51.0 4.3
46.4 9.4
56.3 4.1
51.1 8.3
52.7 7.5
42.6 11
51.3 5.3
55.8 4.1
61.2 8.4
54.5 10
46.1 3.6
46.3 7.4
66.3 7.6
56.6 8.8
51.5 9.0
38.9 6.7
51.5 17
46.2 +1.6
45.4 6.7
45.9 5.9
48.7 7.5
57.8 0.8
49.1 7.1
79.0 11
53.7 3.6
55.7 9.3
56.6 7.1
57.2 7.3
73.3 11
70.5 6.3

.. 36.1 7.2
.. 38.0 7.6

Groups Highest % Of Top 10 Fidelity Industry Market Indexes list sorted by % gain in last 3 months. (: on left, top 4
Stocks At New High Funds Since Jan. 1
indexes since Jan. 1 on right, top 4 indexes yesterday.)

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Cmml SvcsMrkt Rch


FnancIdx Trckng Fd
Metal OresGld/Silvr
MedicalEthical Drgs

6% 1. Med Eq & Sys


5% 2. Biotechnlgy
2% 3. Consumestpl
1%
4. Transportatn
5. Pharm
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25%
27%
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31%
31%
32%
33%
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Todays general market highlights:


Thursdays sell-off was broad. Only one of
the 197 industry groups tracked by IBD
gained ground: Farm equipment makers
rose 1.6%. The consumer and commercial
loans group had the worst loss of the day,
down 22%.

Name
EdgewtrT
FormlaSys
MYRGrp

New Lows
Continued from A9
Name
Exponent
ProtctOnen
ExlSvc
GPStrateg(n)
INXInc
CDI(n)
HlthcrSv
ProvSvc
MPSGp(n)
HlthGrds
Manpwr(n)
WsteMg(n)
Omnicom(n)
CslaWstA
PDI
ComputrSci(n)
IturnLoc
Syntel
ThReutplc
eLoyalty
ClearCha(n)
Maximus(n)
Firstservice
Stericycle
Morngstr
AlliedWst(n)
AmerRepro(n)
MultiColor
Spherion(n)
Moodys(n)
FactsetR(n)
CGIGroup A(n)
Iteris(a)
Acxiom
FocusMed
TrueBlue(n)
IDSystems
inVentiv
Versar(a)
NapcoSec
KellySvcA
CorrecCp(n)
InterpublGp(n)
DynCorp(n)
EMCOR(n)
Bowne(n)

Price
25.58
6.28
5.66
4.67
5.59
12.43
13.85
3.62
7.48
2.53
30.37
27.51
31.68
7.95
5.86
30.68
8.46
18.15
109.94
4.20
9.20
30.71
11.58
48.83
49.05
8.60
13.41
15.47
2.64
23.92
41.90
7.94
1.25
8.36
19.51
11.01
5.66
11.34
2.80
2.11
14.75
19.12
5.62
11.95
18.33
6.32

EPS
84
5
83
68
71
58
68
62
86
73
94
76
80
33
12
54
73
80
93
12
80
45
63
86
97
88
75
43
50
42
87
77
27
63
96
60
20
64
35
32
65
74
60
79
97
8

Name
MineSfAp(n)
Perficient
SRAIntl(n)
RobrtHlf(n)
HeidrkStrg
Convergys(n)
CSP
CorpExec
SatyamCpt(n)
StandrdPk
iGate
KellySvcB
Daktrncs
KornFerry(n)
Cenveo(n)
Infosys
Unifirst(n)
ChckptSys(n)
LoJack
Adminstf(n)
Wipro(n)
ComsysIT
Viad(n)
PrePdLegl(n)
InfoSvcs
GeoGroup(n)
BarrettB
HartHnk(n)
WtsWy(n)
Startek(n)
RepbSvc(n)
Patni(n)
HeritCrysn
Stantec(n)
AdvsrBrd
Sapient
SMA
ICT Group
Courier
FirstAdvn
Valassis(n)
TechTargn
WNSHldgs(n)
51Job
Virtusan
ComforceGp(a)

Price
27.48
5.05
18.13
18.66
23.48
11.76
4.01
24.30
12.23
17.10
5.05
15.00
12.64
12.83
4.84
25.02
33.66
13.23
3.85
18.81
7.00
5.60
20.50
33.20
3.65
14.90
9.95
7.96
38.41
3.91
23.10
6.20
11.05
17.07
26.09
5.30
2.34
5.00
14.51
9.63
5.14
3.68
9.28
8.50
4.97
0.96

EPS
60
79
75
80
63
58
17
66
95
86
70
65
87
68
26
93
86
54
24
79
87
59
45
83
73
88
38
45
88
11
76
34
71
87
68
96
28
45
21
59
30
69
62
65
22
90

Price
2.79
8.80
10.94

EPS
52
43
61

Name
SovranSlfSt(n)
AMBPpty(n)
HghwdPrp(n)
..................................... EntertmtP(n)
REAL EST (102)
ColonlPty(n)
HershaHosp(n)
4.25 29
FelCor(n)
KilroyRlty(n)
31.92 26
GolfTrust(a)
DukeRlty(n)
14.34 9
HRPTPtys Tr(n)
DevelprDvs(n)
16.00 13
BostonPpts(n)
WPCary(n)
18.45 51
SunstnHtl(n)
RegencyCtrs(n) 45.07 42
CamdenPty(n)
KKRFincl(n)
3.35 28
GpAerPac(n)
AshfordH(n)
2.06 50
LaSalleHtl(n)
PennREIT(n)
9.81 16
Post Pptys(n)
Ventas(n)
34.15 34
EducRlty(n)
NatlHlth Inv(n) 26.45 68
ArborRT(n)
UnivrslHR(n)
27.96 34
Rayonier(n)
VorndRlty(n)
69.75 17
LexRltyTr(n)
ExtraSpc(n)
11.51 25
HostHtls(n)
RealtyIncm(n)
20.41 34
JERInv(n)
SunCmnts(n)
11.99 73
Eastgroup(n)
Macerich(n)
39.30 52
PrkwyProp(n)
AgreeRealty(n) 19.22 52
AvalonBay(n)
KiteRealty(n)
7.96 76
BrandwnRty(n)
UDRINC(n)
17.05 28
BrkfldPr(n)
CapstdMtg(n)
8.95 73
MidAmApt(n)
DiamRkHos(n)
4.18 24
HospPropTr(n)
NatRetPrp(n)
17.75 63
CapLse(n)
WinthropR(n)
2.61 18
AlexREEqt(n)
CogdSpen(n)
13.27 32
AcadiaRlty(n)
Forestar n(n)
9.96 40
WeingrtnR(n)
MackCaliRlt(n) 24.25 30
ProLogis(n)
KimcoRlty(n)
25.43 36
Gramercy(n)
ResceCap(n)
2.87 24
TejonRnch(n)
EqLifePrp(n)
37.71 76
MauiLdPn(n)
DuPFabrn(n)
7.15 73
RamcoGers(n)
CedarShp(n)
9.28 17
TangerFact(n)
TaubmanCtr(n) 33.20 4
DEmmett(n)
SimonProp(n)
67.36 70
UMHProp(a)
FederlRlty(n)
61.20 82
ThomsPrp
InlandRE(n)
10.49 45
StratHtls(n)
EquityOne(n)
16.45 70
CBREllis(n)
RAIT Fin(n)
2.70 22
CousinsPty(n)
OneLibertyPr(n) 11.07 54
ConsTomoka(a)
AnnalyCap(n)
11.27 73
iStarFinl(n)
MonREIT
5.42 12
JonesLaL(n)
HatterasFn(n)
18.50 2
Saul Centers(n)
SnrHouse(n)
16.29 58
Chimeran(n)
FirstIndustrl(n) 15.02 9
DCTIndl(n)
ApartntInv(n)
20.75 6
MFA Mtg(n)

Price
31.99
29.20
24.21
39.38
13.06
3.22
1.00
4.37
66.55
8.02
35.97
18.22
13.40
20.82
6.61
4.73
35.41
8.18
8.56
2.75
37.44
24.77
73.64
9.68
10.80
38.19
11.31
4.58
80.48
18.64
24.68
23.87
1.20
27.13
16.95
15.20
32.54
15.75
6.41
6.71
4.34
7.29
17.97
29.05
1.02
30.14
37.37
3.75
5.85
4.60

EPS
67
75
82
74
23
12
1
22
39
29
19
96
72
5
73
38
65
25
89
99
78
11
78
52
33
73
46
35
70
89
38
47
62
50
50
33
92
11
40
53
21
44
36
80
30
40
56
2
9
72

Name
GrubbEll(n)
RedwoodTr(n)
MaguirePr(n)
CapitalTrust(n)
GrupoAer(n)
MIDevl(n)
HMG(a)

Price
1.20
14.60
4.09
6.82
39.05
13.88
3.60

EPS
25
8
5
58
86
57
25

Name
FrankRes(n)
AlliBern(n)
FBRCap
HarrisHrs
GLGPtrs(n)
AdvntB
EatnVan(n)
..................................... MedalFin
FINANCE (98)
AresCap
RescAm
6.53 36
CohenStr(n)
TrnsIndian(a)
7.50 13
IntlAsst
EquusTotR(n)
4.41 55
CAIIntln(n)
SiebertFncl
3.18 59
HercTecG
PrimusG(n)
0.90 63
JanusCap(n)
StdntLn(n)
46.00 8
FifthStFn(n)
Blackstnn(n)
8.71 23
CITGrp(n)
MarlinBus
4.33 33
Net1UEPS
Hertz(n)
4.99 61
AmCpLtd
ProspctCp
6.29 94
MerrlLyn(n)
Fortress(n)
4.02 16
AlliedCp(n)
SLM(n)
6.40 11
NewStarF
MBFHcr n(a)
7.50 73
DollarFin
BrkfInfn(n)
11.25 63
Fiserv
Equifax(n)
26.62 71
MSCIIncn(n)
RenCGIIIn(a)
1.90 16
KnightCap
CowenGrp
5.55 23
Calamos
CrdSuisse(n)
33.85 30
TICCCap
PatriotCp
2.99 81
WaddllR(n)
Amerprs(n)
20.60 57
PenntPkInn
HighDOp(n)
2.03 31
FidNInfo(n)
OchZiffn(n)
5.96 88
GladstInv
AstaFund
3.77 37
USGlbl
AdmFPrvd(n)
16.43 30
OppenHl(n)
PrceTR
40.00 76
TALIntl(n)
AdvntA
2.27 25
NatlFinP(n)
Blackrck(n)
153.55 90
AdvAmer(n)
AmerExp(n)
24.00 46
LadenbrgTh(a)
NYSEEur(n)
23.66 95
M&FWorld(n)
LeggMs(n)
19.00 51
KaynAEn(n)
AffiltMgrs(n)
58.46 69
Invesco(n)
InvTech(n)
22.51 80
PzenaInvn(n)
Amerco
31.27 59
EuronetWW
Epoch
7.68 18
DoralFnrs(n)
SEI
15.47 69
TNSInc(n)
BGCPtrs
3.02 68
LenderPS(n)
AcornEn
2.56 2
CompuCrd
BrdrdgFnn(n)
11.85 49
FCStonen
PHHCorp(n)
7.17 73
RSCHld n(n)
Kohlberg
4.40 66
HEEqSvcs
ApollInv
9.89 70
FstMarbl(n)

Price
61.36
24.65
4.22
4.15
3.50
3.61
21.25
6.53
6.05
21.11
15.25
5.64
7.10
12.21
6.00
4.59
16.40
13.40
13.32
5.07
4.60
11.52
36.86
18.00
11.84
10.17
3.20
15.39
5.41
14.68
3.89
4.66
16.61
13.75
9.35
1.80
0.98
29.00
11.16
13.00
5.82
12.87
7.49
14.53
26.56
2.25
10.27
7.10
6.51
1.35

EPS
66
58
23
61
26
30
59
69
66
45
73
97
43
69
73
19
88
46
23
79
13
92
85
40
84
76
44
62
66
68
29
53
40
93
61
20
23
92
23
63
8
78
55
76
79
23
99
77
75
23

Name
IrwinFin(n)
JMPGrpn(n)
AerCap(n)
Sapphiren(a)
AsiaSpcSn(a)
Seanergyn(a)
ProspctAn(a)

Price
2.00
4.34
6.93
8.59
8.40
6.78
8.60

EPS
11
28
75
2
2
73
2

Name
AmEqInvL(n)
Travelers(n)
WillisGp(n)
CNAFinl(n)
AXISCap(n)
PlatUnd(n)
EMCIns
..................................... ChinaLfe(n)
INSURANCE (96)
DelphiFn(n)
AffmIns
2.02 69
Alleghany(n)
HorMan(n)
6.34 45
ZenithNt(n)
XLCptl(n)
4.01 6
PresLife
Prudentl(n)
33.27 76
HilltopH(n)
LincNatl(n)
17.58 59
Partnrre(n)
FstAccept(n)
2.86 18
PhnxCos(n)
PrtcLife(n)
10.26 45
Progresv(n)
WhtMtIn(n)
310.00 29
Allianz(n)
UnmGrp(n)
14.77 75
UnitdFire
Torchmrk(n)
40.01 54
MercuryG(n)
AFLAC(n)
39.70 84
OdyssyRe(n)
PrudtlUK(n)
13.15 44
AlldWAsr(n)
StatAutoFl
21.84 32
RenaisRe(n)
AmerNtlIns
68.00 34
HCCInsur(n)
HallmkF
8.35 72
FBLFncl(n)
Flagstonen(n)
8.50 50
CinnFnl
Montplr(n)
13.48 30
SafeIns
BldLyB
16.49 28
A XA(n)
ArchCap
59.20 69
Proassrnce(n)
BrklyWR(n)
18.30 58
SunLife(n)
PMACp A
6.21 72
Conseco(n)
PrncplFnl(n)
15.79 65
AspenIns(n)
NatlWstLf
169.68 46
LoewsCorp(n)
ACELtd(n)
38.25 74
HanvrIns(n)
EastrnIns
10.43 12
Harlysvl
Manulife(n)
26.16 54
OneBeac(n)
IPCHldgs
21.50 70
Validusn(n)
DonglA
11.99 55
AmPhy
AmrSaftyIns(n) 10.23 46
ReinsGpA(n)
StancrpF(n)
35.10 84
MaidenHn
IndepHldg(n)
5.30 16
Unitrin(n)
ArgoGpIntn
27.00 21
EnstarGp
AmerFinlGrp(n) 17.13 78
FidlNFin(n)
EverstRe(n)
65.85 12
AegonNV(n)
MaxCp
14.50 28
AmIndep
Allstate(n)
27.50 29
Meadwbrk(n)
TransAtl(n)
35.35 41
Grnlghtn
MercerIns
15.25 85
UnivInsrn(a)
EndurSp(n)
22.00 18
ReinsB(n)
ErieIndt
33.20 41
EmployH(n)
HartfdFn(n)
20.95 65
OldRepIn(n)

Price
4.75
31.99
24.37
14.71
22.41
25.30
18.66
46.70
17.77
258.89
28.37
10.63
9.33
48.48
3.25
12.91
9.88
21.42
42.61
33.14
22.46
35.16
19.17
15.21
18.80
31.39
23.72
42.12
24.37
1.69
17.88
26.57
33.04
27.30
14.21
14.84
33.67
35.28
3.91
16.39
72.31
10.86
5.30
4.01
5.27
14.50
2.10
34.10
11.40
8.11

EPS
69
58
62
46
20
66
44
59
51
6
42
49
1
37
31
27
45
5
31
8
28
20
71
38
26
58
87
86
53
73
31
78
61
59
37
60
77
70
2
15
31
3
20
24
83
79
69
70
48
23

Name
AmTrFin
ING(n)
FstMerF(n)
NatIntst
SpcUndrwr

Price
7.86
15.02
9.56
15.18
3.51

EPS
99
67
60
40
11

Since
Jan 1
37.40%
22.39%
25.64%
27.98%
27.88%
34.17%
31.32%
35.32%
19.71%
34.83%
36.55%
37.97%
38.03%
47.42%
34.35%
36.06%
40.35%
35.34%
28.79%
43.11%
55.03%
50.75%
52.86%

3 Month
% Change Index
:
:
:

13.38%
15.80%
15.94%
17.34%
18.58%
22.02%
23.09%
23.60%
23.82%
25.54%
26.09%
27.14%
27.40%
27.62%
28.81%
30.61%
31.13%
33.91%
34.50%
36.52%
39.72%
41.29%
44.34%

Bank Index
Consumer Index
Medical/Healthcare
Defensive Index
Senior Growth Index
U.S. Defense Index
S&P 600
Dow Jones Industrials
Dow Jones Trans
Russell 2000
Value Line Index
Nasdaq OTC Comp
S&P 500
N.Y.S.E. Finance
HighTech Index
S&P Midcap 400
N.Y.S.E. Composite
Dow Jones Utility
Gold Index
Amex Composite
Insurance Index
IBD New America Index
New Issues Index

Name
Price EPS
Motorola(n)
4.56 28
VirginMn(n)
1.20 5
Embarq(n)
33.07 68
KTCorp(n)
13.66 46
ConsolCom
10.96 29
..................................... CrownCstl(n)
20.10 44
TELECOM (91)
ADCTelcm
5.20 65
D&E Com
5.75 81
Cbeyond
9.19 4
TesscoTec
6.99 92
USCell(n)
32.83 56
TelBrasADS(n)
8.24
BraslTlc(n)
14.45 72
ConcrCptr
4.45 28
Millicom
49.45 94
PTIndosat(n)
21.20 82
FrontierCm(n)
8.72 79
Clearwire
7.89 2
Garmin
24.42 80
SBAComm
13.34 30
RCN
6.46 7
MagyarTel(n)
16.66 89
UTStarcom
2.15 56
OptlcmNKF
4.98 75
FairPntC(n)
4.86 34
DeutTele(n)
13.36 92
Dycom(n)
7.93 20
Hellnc Tel(n)
6.99 87
CinciBell(n)
2.01 81
FrnceTel(n)
23.94 74
Harmonic
7.39 69
RF Industries
3.20 69
GlblCrsg
10.27 43
Windstrm(n)
8.80 76
Sprint(n)
3.76 13
Telefonica(n)
59.15 86
Orckt
4.45 7
Micronetics
4.24 36
AlskCom
9.98 6
CentnlComm
3.00 74
Infinran
6.25 73
PhilLD(n)
48.00 85
iPCSInc
15.52 54
AudvoxA
3.75 11
AtlTele
20.55 86
PortgTel(n)
7.57 88
Comscope(n)
24.50 85
BraslTel(n)
29.65 93
SKTelecm(n)
16.20 35
ArcWirelsn
3.90 31
TWTelecom
6.39 36
AT&T(n)
23.00 72
NvtlWrls
5.11 28
NIIHldg
22.72 90
Ceragon
5.17 94
Phazar
2.40 21
HungaranTel(a) 10.20 24
FusionTel(a)
0.10 34
NeuStar(n)
15.46 91
KVHIndus
6.26 74
Avanex
3.49 73
Viasat
17.32 88
ChinaTel(n)
33.14 74
TelData(n)
27.26 57
CienaCp
7.30 40
Vodafone(n)
19.24 74
TolgrdCm
3.36 23
TrimblNv
18.55 95
Rostelecom(n)
23.93 76
Verizon(n)
26.54 61
BigBandn
2.61 15
Ericsn
6.17 28
WPCSIntl
2.62 54
AlctlLuc(n)
2.54 28
NortelInv(n)
7.74 73
Opnext
2.76 6
Anaren
8.18 46
Belden(n)
23.32 95
GilatSatNet
3.90 6
LeapWire
26.43 29
BlonderTong(a)
0.95 45
TelItalia(n)
10.84 60
XfoneInc(a)
2.23 12
EchoStarn
20.66 73
Merrimac(a)
3.60 61
EM STech
17.48 58
GoAmerica
4.22 49
Airvanan
3.70 14
SoundBiten
2.13 11
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5.30 73
BANKS (81)
BritTele(n)
25.05 67

Name
VSBBcp n
BankSC
VISTFncl
MidPenn(a)
PacMercBp
CmtyPtrBc
AccessNtl
UnityBcp
FrontFn
SthcstFnl
HeritagFinl
HinghmSv
FrnklnBen
CnImpBk(n)
SowestGaFn(a)
TorDmBk(n)
RoyalBk Can(n)
Keycorp(n)
BkMont(n)
Shinhan(n)
BcRhodeIs
EntFnlSv
TimbrlndBc
BeverlyN(a)
DeutschB(n)
FirstSthBc
LakeldB
CrscntF
FMerch
IntrvstB
NthnStFn
CapWst
SomerHlls
ICICIBk(n)
NBGrce(n)
ProvidFS(n)
BncLatno(n)
ParkeBc
FstStBc
PeBcOH
CapFearBk
NewBrdgeB
SmthBcp
FnclInst
NaraBcp
CmtyCap
BkNova(n)
Barclays(n)
BcBradsco(n)
CmcFstBcp

Price
8.25
12.26
9.05
17.42
4.45
5.50
4.99
2.81
7.20
4.93
11.64
25.79
11.00
44.60
14.95
45.80
35.97
6.42
32.99
47.09
25.83
15.46
5.76
16.50
46.25
12.52
7.89
4.50
16.30
4.34
6.50
2.25
7.50
17.35
5.96
11.38
11.00
8.22
3.15
17.02
3.98
4.20
15.15
13.81
8.69
8.99
35.95
15.99
10.17
7.00

EPS
28
41
53
46
33
42
48
29
31
62
59
71
89
39
51
52
71
24
34
60
58
58
50
68
51
44
40
38
47
20
24
33
11
44
82
58
30
63
22
49
23
8
68
50
32
17
57
32
94
16

Value

Yesterdays
Change % Change

451.78
636.39
3385.80
945.14
406.03
609.24
271.40
8579.19
3669.48
499.20
1424.84
1645.12
909.92
4364.78
315.24
548.70
5809.98
344.31
75.59
1370.82
312.06
198.61
288.82

50.50 10.05%
43.91 6.45%
249.84 6.87%
62.85 6.24%
23.40 5.45%:
42.25 6.48%
24.44 8.26%
678.91 7.33%
232.84 5.97%
47.37 8.67%
119.83 7.76%
95.21 5.47%:
75.02 7.62%
508.75 10.44%
6.28 1.95%:
42.72 7.22%
496.37 7.87%
23.28 6.33%
3.41 4.31%:
119.18 8.00%
39.99 11.36%
13.02 6.15%
24.26 7.75%

Name
KBFnclGP(n)
EncoreBcn
HanmiFn
WooriFin(n)
LSB Cp
BncSntdr(n)
AldIrish(n)
Mactw
PremrFinl
BcBilVArg(n)
SthrnFst
BrdgeBcp
BnkIrelnd(n)
LloydsTSB(n)
MnrchCB
SterlingBks
BancpInc
CntyBcMA
GrpFin
TemecV
MdwstBc
CmtyBkTr(a)
FNBUtd
MiddlbrgFn
CmmtyShBk
MBTFinl
EasternVABn
LaPorteB n
PennsWds
PrudtlBcp
TidelndBc

Price
30.39
13.29
3.50
20.10
9.55
13.14
11.90
5.00
8.32
13.30
8.60
17.78
13.70
13.00
6.50
2.36
4.08
11.68
3.39
4.09
2.63
3.40
5.95
15.26
2.60
4.23
10.55
5.49
28.15
8.32
5.00

EPS
95
15
10
37
60
92
82
8
71
91
74
54
81
23
8
25
61
62
73
35
19
6
13
3
15
8
30
80
35
36
8

SabaSftwr
RightNow
RenscLr
QA D
Versant
Cerner
UnicaCp
CAInc
Chordnt
Micrsft
SciLearn
TibcoSft
Falcnstr
AdobeSys
AdvntSftw

2.19
6.20
9.31
4.01
15.50
33.75
5.88
16.55
3.25
22.30
2.51
5.23
3.87
27.99
26.64

73
47
70
52
53
94
68
85
4
68
11
86
83
86
82

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COMP SFTWR (74)

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Regional banking industry groups


still rank fairly high, but have taken
hard hits this week.
The pressure increased Thursday,
following an analyst report from
Friedman, Billings & Ramsey that
detailed threats to regional banks
from rising defaults on commercial
debt an area considered generally
less susceptible to the mortgagetriggered downturn.
The FBR report underscored comments Wednesday by Treasury Secretary Henry Paulson, who warned
that some banks would fail despite
the $700 billion federal plan to
shore up the U.S. financial system.
Shares of the four regional-banking groups lost an average 16% for
the week through Thursday.
West/Southwestern banks took
the biggest hit, down 19% the
groups worst weekly performance
on record.
A fifth group, super-regional
banks, includes larger players such
as Wells FargoWFC and Wachovia
BankWB. It has been at or near the
top 20 ranking for the past two
weeks. It lost 26% this week
through Thursday, by far its worst
week on record.
The FBR report warned of a possible downward spiral in commercial
credit, as businesses grow unable to
find loans to capitalize day-to-day
operations.
Ultimately, we believe that the
contrails of a consumer (or consumer-related) recession have yet to be
seen fully in commercial credit, analyst James Abbott wrote in the report.
Abbott said banks most at risk included ComericaCMA, City National
CYN
, Webster FinancialWBS, UCBH
HoldingsUCBH and Sovereign BancorpSOV.

A selling avalanche in the last hour


of trading shoved stocks lower for
the seventh straight session Thursday on investors fearof global recession.
The NYSE composite nose-dived
7.9%, S&P 500 7.6%, Dow 7.3% and
Nasdaq 5.5%.
The Dow fell below 8,600, its lowest in more than five years. Volume
was lower across the board.
Financial and insurance stocks
took the biggest knocks.
CME GroupCME, the parent of the
Chicago Mercantile Exchange,
plunged 50.24 to 355.40 in double
its average volume.
Insurance firm Life Partners
HoldingsLPHI dumped 5.80 to 27.92
in busy trade, sending the stock
below its 10-week moving average.
Even defensive stocks got hurt.
Pawnshop operator EzcorpEZPW
shed 1.84 to 12.04 in moderately
higher volume and sliced its
200-day line.
Pharmaceutical giant Baxter InternationalBAX plummeted 4.62 to
58.42 in double its usual pace, putting it well below its 200-day line.
Psychiatric SolutionsPSYS gave up
3.21 to 31.30 in rapid trade. The
drop thrust the stock further below
its 200-day average, despite strong
fundamentals.
FTI ConsultingFCN dropped 1.55 to
64.30 in heavy volume despite an expansion announcement Thursday.
Apparel retailer AeropostaleARO
fell 3.10 to 24.16 in brisk trade despite reporting that September
same-store sales rose 5%.
Bucking the trend was fellow
group member BuckleBKE, which hit
a high of 52.11 in more than double
volume before settling at 47.85, a
gain of 0.65. The chain reported a
19.7% surge in September samestore sales.

CampbellSoupCPB won a bit ofattention last month.


On Sept. 29, it was the only stock
in the S&P 500 to post a gain. It was
modest: 12 cents, or 0.3%. But that
was the day the benchmark index
fell 106.59 points for an 8.8% loss.
Long after consumers have reined
in their spending, theyll still be enjoying a hot bowl of soup.
The Camden, N.J., company,
founded in 1869, has plenty of wellknown brands besides its flagship
soups. It has SpaghettiOs, Prego,
Pace, V8 and Pepperidge Farm.
Late last year it sold Godiva Chocolatier, the Belgian chocolate company,for $850 million toa Turkish outfit called Yildiz Holdings.
The purchase has contributed to
recent earnings.
More recently, Campbell bought
for an undisclosed amount the soup
business of Wolfgang Puck, expanding its organic soup offerings.
Campbell has been working on
making its product offerings more
popular. A few years ago, consumers were turning away from soups.
Campbell earnings were declining.
Despite market turmoil, Campbell
trades near its 52-week high.
Campbell has an IBD EPS Stability Rating of 3. In the latest quarter,
Campbell reported earnings of 26
cents a share, an 86% increase over
the year-ago period. Revenue was
up 13%. The quarter was an outlier,
well above usual, thanks to money
from the Godiva deal.
Revenue growth has been more on
the order of mid-single-digit increases, with an occasional down
quarter.
Analysts polled by Thomson Reuters forecast 2009 earnings of $2.24
a share, a 7% increase from the year
before.

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Diebold Inc ..............................Q .25
DineEquity Inc ........................Q .25
Mosaic Co ...............................Q .05
New Hampsh Thrift ................Q .13
NorthstarRltyFin ......................Q .36
Occidental Petrol .....................Q .32
Provident Engy g ...................M .12
Richardson Elec .......................Q .02
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Center Bancorp Inc .................................................................... 0.090
11-7 11-21
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D W S Dreman Val Inc Edg .......................................................... 0.117

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94 58 91 B C 57.0 Covidie 1.5 COV 43.33 4.42 +39 5.5m 16o
62 43 50 D D 21.2 Crucell
CRXL 11.35 .87 +9 62 ..
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98 65 85 A B24.8 CubistPhr CBST 17.66 1.41 4 784 12
99 99 83 A B77.4 Celgene
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84 97 36 A D45.0 Cynosure CYNO 13.99 1.00 +32 225 7
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96 73 83 B B 67.4 DaVita
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88 47 97 C C 79.0 AbraxisBn ABII 61.03 2.53 4 28 98 99 97 98 A B 15.2 7EmergBio EBS 12.39 .93 22 230 9k
37 3 62 E E 35.7 AcordaTh ACOR 17.28 .89 2 856 .. 44 3 66 D C 33.4 Emeritus
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25 52 20 D E 32.1 AdvMOpt
EYE 9.61 4.08+310 4.4m 99
72 72 41 A E 30.1 EndoPhrm r ENDP 15.28 1.05 +29 1.7m 7
73 85 43 B D60.0 Aetna
.1 r AET 27.00 3.58 +95 7.8m 7
99 89 98 B B+18.4 7EnsignG 1.2 ENSG 13.80 .46 +21 105 12
47 1 79 D E 32.0 Affymax
AFFY 15.87 1.13 +67 109 .. 50 13 67 E D 19.6 Eurandn
EURX 11.61 .68 +2 136 ..
58 42 46 B D59.5 AirMethods AIRM 23.65 1.72 23 154 13o 87 78 63 B E 31.7 Exactech
EXAC 17.14 .94+145 227 19k
77 55 75 D D 19.5 AlbanyMlc AMRI 11.09 .99 2 238 29 92 94 79 C D79.1 ExprsScrpt r ESRX 53.42 5.56 +49 3.8m 19
99 91 86 A D178 7Alcon 1.8 ACL 138.2 8.95 +79 677 22 75 72 42 A D42.8 ForestLabs FRX 22.66 2.15 +22 4.4m 6
96 73 95 D C+48.0 AlexionPhr ALXN 36.47 2.84 21 1.3m .. 94 85 74 B E 59.1 FresenMd 1.5 FMS 43.75 3.96+103 215 16k
56 7 63 C C 18.8 Alkermes r ALKS 10.02 1.06 31 1.2m 35 72 4 94 D B20.2 GTxInc
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90 82 61 A E 70.4 Allergan .5 AGN 41.54 2.83 +53 4.3m 17 96 88 72 B D+71.8 GenProbe r GPRO 43.35 3.46 6 490 25
99 95 99 A D+46.5 AlmstFam AFAM 33.11 1.13 45 184 19k 98 84 95 A C 99 Genentech r DNA 78.75 1.81 +45 7.9m 25
80 55 71 D C+37.4 AlnylamPh ALNY 22.25 1.37 19 454 .. 81 39 88 D C+27.0 Genomic GHDX 18.66 .85 6 198 ..
81 40 98 D C+38.1 Alphrma
r ALO 31.10 .53 29 1.5m 99 99 80 96 A B 39.8 7Genoptixn GXDX . 31.50 +.14 47 135 24
99 93 91 A B 68.0 Amedisys AMED . 43.51 5.84 19 1.0m 16 98 88 96 C B29.3 GntvaHlth GTIV 21.13 2.35 15 289 15k
97 83 86 C B 18.4 AmMedSys AMMD 13.13 1.82 +24 1.2m 23 98 85 83 A D84.0 Genzyme GENZ . 64.13 4.85 +67 5.1m 17
75 77 50 B C 41.0 Amerigrp
AGP 18.19 2.98 +21 664 6 98 88 77 A D57.6 GileadSci r GILD 40.04 1.03 +43 14m 20
78 78 68 C D48.6 AmeriBrg 1.0 r ABC 30.86 2.07 +22 2.2m 10 78 65 64 A E 54.6 GlaxoSK 6.2 GSK 35.41 3.69+113 3.7m 8
94 71 94 B D 66.5 Amgen
AMGN 50.26 1.86 +23 15m 11 91 22 93 B B 27.5 Grtbatch
GB 19.83 2.23 +11 338 21
70 35 84 E C 18.2 Amicusn
FOLD 10.50 1.43 44 14 ..k 97 74 94 B B67.5 Haemonetic r HAE 54.66 2.38 +77 517 24k
96 77 85 B D 29.8 AmsurgA r AMSG 22.33 1.66 +67 307 14k 97 71 98 C B21.0 HangrOrth HGR 14.82 2.09+101 725 19
17 5 17 E D50.7 Amylin
AMLN 13.68 1.64 33 3.5m .. 30 32 28 B E 53.9 HealthNet r HNT 16.38 2.82 +43 2.5m 5
60 57 42 C E 76.9 Analogic 1.0 ALOG 38.52 3.56 +42 186 17 75 65 70 .. C 23.0 HlthSouth HLS 13.48 1.32 +9 904 ..k
96 81 82 B D 21.7 7AngioDyn ANGO 13.10 .92 +58 270 11 99 94 89 B B+22.9 7HlthSprg
HS 15.98 .58 +16 700 8k
95 87 85 B C+37.7 ApplBio
.6 ABI 29.80 .52 +42 2.2m 17k 41 84 3 B E 71.2 Healthwys HWAY 9.26 1.89 12 584 6
78 56 65 B E 27.1 ApriaHlth AHG 15.02 1.15 +65 712 7
88 80 77 B D63.6 HenrySchn HSIC 45.26 3.80 +65 1.3m 16
37 1 65 E D16.3 ArdeaBion RDEA 8.20 2.03 +77 60 ..
63 59 71 D E 43.3 HillRom 1.7 HRC 23.90 1.22+141 1.7m 14o
82 65 32 A A65.7 Arthrocare r ARTC 23.11 2.90 36 517 14o
83 97 30 A D36.4 Hologic
HOLX 14.69 1.50 +10 7.2m 12
95 82 76 A D53.0 AstraZen 5.2 AZN 36.55 2.77 +71 3.3m 7
73 62 67 A E 44.6 Hospira
HSP 30.02 2.53 +70 2.1m 13o
59 18 76 D C+42.8 Auxilium AUXL 23.39 4.09 +39 968 ..
72 73 51 B C 88.1 Humana r HUM 32.34 3.56 +55 3.7m 6
97 82 86 A D+101 BardCR .8 r BCR 82.01 6.82+110 1.7m 20
75 26 90 D B41.0 ICUMed
ICUI 27.96 .28 3 133 22
91 39 98 B B68.4 BarrPharm BRL 58.13 1.33 +10 2.5m 21o 97 69 97 D B 28.6 IPCn
IPCM 23.35 +.90 13 87 99
97 80 90 A D71.5 BaxterI 1.5 r BAX 58.42 4.62+100 8.2m 19 98 89 90 A D44.8 IconPLC
ICLR . 30.87 3.33 +48 421 27k
87 64 82 B E 77.1 BeckCltr 1.1 r BEC 59.46 3.76 +16 554 17 73 57 61 D D+15.6 IderaPhm IDRA 9.17 1.90 +80 157 ..o
95 83 82 A C 93.2 BectDck 1.6 BDX 72.90 4.62+111 3.1m 16 97 89 79 A D 64.7 Idexx Labs r IDXX 44.21 2.37 +80 762 23
97 71 89 B B+115 BioRadA
BIO . 80.75 2.15 +43 161 20k 89 69 72 A E 47.9 Illumina
ILMN 29.00 1.40 24 1.7m 37
96 77 83 B D+35.8 BioRefLabs r BRLI 21.86 2.63 +31 174 20 95 37 99 B B+68.9 Imclone
IMCL 66.25 .60 +85 5.3m 50
96 94 63 A D+84.8 BiognIdec
BIIB 44.76 1.55 3 5.1m 13 96 81 78 A D39.1 Immucor
BLUD 23.90 2.24 +60 984 22o
94 73 67 D B+41.0 Biomarin BMRN 22.61 1.68 46 1.4m 99 18 2 21 .. D27.9 Insuletn
PODD 8.95 1.33 49 198 ..
88 67 69 A D30.2 BrstMySq 6.9 BMY 17.98 .96 +71 23m 11 97 87 84 B D+49.9 IntgLfSci
IART 39.02 .67 +77 400 25
33 23 28 E A41.7 Brookda 8.4 r BKD 11.93 5.57 +92 1.9m ..o 49 4 82 E C 20.4 Intermune ITMN 13.61 .36 +10 534 ..
59 61 63 C E 69.0 CardlHth 1.4 CAH 40.10 2.59 +2 2.8m 10 87 98 46 A E 359 IntSurg
ISRG 172.917.78 +50 1.0m 37
89 73 96 .. C+35.9 CardioNetn BEAT 22.96 .26 +90 443 85o 83 74 87 D C 27.8 Invacare .2 IVC 20.03 1.94 +7 378 15k
88 89 48 B D35.3 CatalystH CHSI 18.35 2.13 7 425 17 66 68 34 B E 65.0 InvrnsMed IMA 21.47 2.48 +34 1.3m 13
82 52 73 C D+17.6 CeleraGrp
CRA 10.80 .94 +40 676 99 92 90 61 A D49.6 Invitrogen IVGN 29.64 1.04 +85 3.0m 11
91 78 94 C D+28.5 Centene
CNC 18.49 .80 +34 593 11k 91 89 77 C D22.5 IRISIntl
r IRIS 13.68 .98 +28 152 29
95 72 87 B D80.4 Cephalon CEPH 64.20 2.00 +19 1.8m 16o 90 64 77 C C+20.2 IsisPhrm
ISIS 12.62 .68 +15 1.3m 54o
26 30 11 D E 33.4 Cepheid
CPHD 10.10 .66 13 1.3m .. 92 73 84 A E 72.8 JohnsnJn 3.2 JNJ 57.91 4.45 +88 30m 13
87 79 72 B E 69.2 CharlsRvLb CRL 47.32 2.83 1 707 16k 81 49 63 A D+31.5 KVPharmA KVA 16.85 1.95 14 297 9
98 98 60 A C 57.5 ChnMd 1.6 CMED 30.43 2.34 55 351 13o 98 97 80 B C+52.0 KendleInt KNDL . 34.41 1.33 39 219 18k
63 72 38 B D57.0 CIGNA
.2 r CI 24.80 2.85+139 6.4m 5 97 75 91 B C 38.2 KenseyNsh r KNSY 28.74 .66 15 123 25k
45 6 63 E B28.9 ClincData CLDA 12.36 .75 +37 82 .. 56 33 84 E D33.3 KindredHl KND 20.75 1.85 9 380 14k
18 24 34 C E 40.1 CommtyHlth CYH 18.97 3.03 +68 2.0m 37 65 89 18 A E 65.2 KineticC
KCI 21.05 2.00 +37 1.6m 5
46 18 56 D E 22.2 Conceptus CPTS 12.45 1.11 +32 526 .. 99 71 98 A B31.4 LHCGroup LHCG 25.67 .18 +63 478 18
88 65 91 C D35.0 Conmed
CNMD 24.93 2.04 +83 498 15k 92 81 71 A E 80.8 Laboratory r LH 56.25 4.38 +75 2.0m 12
LSR 26.33 .74 +99 93 13k
48 53 45 C D50.3 CooperC .3 COO 24.00 5.67+150 1.5m 11o 88 65 97 .. B39.3 LfSciR
56 15 84 .. D 40.0 CougarBn CGRB 23.60 .23 49 53 ..o 68 73 80 D C+35.9 LifepntHos r LPNT 24.33 1.77 +11 1.2m 10
5.6 LLY 33.79 4.11 +99 13m 9
96 89 85 A E 99 Covance
CVD 74.86 4.51 +53 916 25 79 69 49 A E 59.4 LillyE
49 50 44 B E 63.9 CoventryHt r CVH 24.62 2.42 +36 2.0m 6 91 77 78 A E 37.8 LincareHld LNCR 25.08 1.40 +6 905 8

Common stocks above $10 for Thursday, October 9, 2008

The Green Flag Has Been Waved!

STOCK:
D W S High Income Trust ............................................................ 0.042
Unibanco Brasil .......................x
D W S Multi-Mkt Incm Tr ........................................................... 0.065
x - Previously announced ratio change and 5 for 1 GDR D W S Municipal Incm Tr ............................................................ 0.051
split has been postponed.
D W S Rreef Wrld Real Es ............................................................ 0.080

10 Vital Ratings For 2,500 Leading Stocks $10 and up


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23
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23
57
8
22
48
47

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E
D
B
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Ford Motor
American Intl Grp
Pfizer
Citigroup
General Electric
Bank of America
JP Morgan Chase
Morgan Stanley
Wells Fargo & Co

2.08
2.39
15.67
12.93
19.01
19.63
36.68
12.45
26.49

0.58 126.91
0.80 232.15
1.46 90.94
1.47 186.73
1.64 155.76
2.47 195.58
2.62 87.41
4.35 99.63
5.41 114.00

+116
+51
+78
+57
+71
+117
+67
+134
+105

Most Active Nasdaq Stocks


Closing
Vol
Price Change (mil)

Vol%
Chg

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34
24
71
96
82
80
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65
78

12.80
13.43
1.47
15.60
16.21
16.31
22.30
31.52
88.74
17.19

+65
+13
+81
+54
+34
+112
+62
+64
+60
+73

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29
60
70
81
74
54
28
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Applied Materials
Dell Inc
Level 3 Comm
Intel
Oracle
Comcast Cl A
Microsoft
Powershars QQQ Tr
Apple Inc
Cisco

+0.33 38.42
0.07 38.86
0.32 41.46
0.65 105.13
0.67 57.65
0.68 51.12
0.71 130.87
0.87 338.21
1.05 57.51
1.15 98.18

IBD Composite Rating


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

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NYSE Most % Up In Price


EPS Rel
Rnk Str Stock Name

`61
92
30
99
92
92
54
79
55
62

48
44
34
78
22
73
42
51
90
22

Telkom
BanColombia ADR
Telemig Celular
Ecopetrol SA ADR
Mobile Telesys
Lindsay Corp
Telekom Indo
Mesa Royalty Trust
Sealed Air
Met Life Ins

REDUCED:
Fst Citizens Banc Cp .............Q

.15

10-21

11-1

G - payable in Canadian funds; Q - Quarterly;


A - Annually; S - Semiannually; M - Monthly;
U - Pay undetermined; I - Initial; Y - Year-end.
D W S Strategic Incm Tr ............................................................. 0.070
Del Monte Foods Co .................................................................... 0.040
Diamond Foods Inc ..................................................................... 0.045
Energy West Inc .......................................................................... 0.040
Evergreen Income Adv Fd ........................................................... 0.109
Evergreen Intl Bal Incm ............................................................. 0.146
Evergreen Multi-Sec Inc ............................................................ 0.108
Evergreen Utilities Fund ............................................................ 0.230
Fuller H B Co ................................................................................ 0.066
Goldcorp Inc ................................................................................ 0.015
Johnson Outdoors Cl A ............................................................... 0.055
Marsh & Mclennan .................................................................... 0.200
Reaves Utility Income Fd ............................................................ 0.115
Service Corp Intl ........................................................................ 0.040
Templeton Global Incm Fd ......................................................... 0.042
Zep Inc ........................................................................................ 0.040

No Stocks Just Out Of Bases

Symbol

Closing
Price

Net
Up

Vol%
Chg

TKG
CIB
TMB
EC
MBT
LNN
TLK
MTR
SEE
MET

48.67
21.10
32.50
20.00
37.50
54.43
23.74
45.50
20.48
27.73

+5.41
+1.82
+2.07
+1.20
+1.70
+2.43
+1.02
+1.80
+.65
+.73

+999
+74
+137
87
+79
+129
+146
+89
+203
+393

No Stocks In Bases

Nasdaq Most % Up In Price

Cmp EPS Rel Acc


Rtg Rnk Str Dis Stock Name

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38
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93
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68
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95
81

B3

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Vol% Vol P

EPS Rel
Rnk Str Stock Name

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63
68
89
88
69
59
99
7
50

95
95
96
93
95
97
38
29
88
96

E C B Bancorp Inc
Alliance Finl
First United Corp
Synaptics
Daily Journal Corp
I P C The Hospitalist
Amerco
Research In Motion
Isramco
First Bankshares

Symbol

Closing
Price

Net
Up

Vol%
Chg

ECBE
ALNC
FUNC
SYNA
DJCO
IPCM
UHAL
RIMM
ISRL
FBSI

23.50
24.39
19.46
24.90
42.70
23.35
31.27
59.03
41.00
16.00

+2.30
+1.64
+1.21
+1.14
+1.95
+.90
+1.06
+1.43
+.93
+.33

+36
+67
78
+23
23
13
+63
+42
20
63

IBD Composite Rating


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

Dividend

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52-wk

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6 6 666 High Stock % Yield Symbl Price Chg Chg 1000 E 6 6 666 High Stock % Yield Symbl Price Chg Chg 1000 E 6 6 666 High Stock % Yield Symbl Price Chg Chg 1000 E

86 37 93 D B27.0 Luminex LMNX 18.39


18 7 33 D E 22.6 MDSInc
MDZ 9.78
90 88 81 B E 45.1 7MWIVet MWIV 30.16
79 37 87 B C 49.3 MaglnHlth MGLN 36.00
85 82 66 C E 39.6 MartekBio MATK 24.27
94 63 83 A C+42.0 Masimon MASI 28.33
72 74 60 C E 68.4 McKessn 1.2 r MCK 40.71
38 68 49 E D30.0 Medcath r MDTH 13.72
88 82 75 C E 54.6 MedcoHlth MHS 37.49
51 38 45 B B+25.4 MedclActn MDCI 9.19
98 72 96 B C+28.0 Medicines MDCO . 21.10
63 77 23 A E 30.1 MedicsPh 1.5 MRX 10.60
57 1 98 .. C+34.4 Medivation MDVN 18.74
97 80 75 A E 57.5 Medtron 1.8 MDT 41.95
46 32 40 B E 47.6 Mentor 4.3 MNT 18.76
53 53 40 A E 61.6 Merck 5.8 MRK 26.21
94 90 68 A E 37.0 MeridBio 2.4 VIVO 23.74
97 77 92 C B 21.4 MeritMed MMSI 14.79
30 1 48 E D+21.5 MicrusEnd MEND 10.20
86 75 80 B E 83.2 Millipore
MIL 58.39
99 98 78 A D 45.1 Mindray .5 MR . 30.06
87 70 81 B B41.2 MolinaHl
MOH 23.57
67 36 90 D D+20.0 Momenta MNTA 9.77
98 58 97 B B69.1 MyriadGn MYGN 57.75
72 38 77 C C 55.8 NtlHlt 2.5 NHC 39.00
99 96 91 B B26.0 7NatusMed BABY . 18.95
99 84 95 B B 32.0 Neogen
NEOG 24.95
95 77 81 B E 61.3 Novartis 2.8 NVS 45.73
84 36 79 B C+16.9 NovenPhm NOVN 9.49
93 92 57 A E 73.7 NovNrdk 1.5 r NVO 44.65
98 73 95 C B 58.9 NuVasive NUVA . 40.67
98 66 92 A B53.7 OSIPharmac OSIP 39.81
83 73 70 D C+27.5 OSISystem OSIS 16.96
72 29 92 E B 35.7 Omnicare .4 r OCR 23.64
64 49 39 B B30.3 Omnicell r OMCL 10.29
66 39 36 A B 38.9 OmrixBio OMRI 11.67
82 73 61 C C+61.2 OnyxPhrm ONXX 28.72
36 55 15 B E 61.7 OrthofixIntl OFIX 14.00
75 4 97 D B 20.2 Osiris
OSIR 15.56
88 84 87 C E 51.4 OwensMin 2.1 OMI 38.97
95 87 89 C B 21.7 PSSWorld r PSSI 16.29
95 80 69 A B43.2 Pall
1.8 PLL 29.33
56 35 66 C C+31.0 PalmrMd PMTI 10.00
22 12 33 D D24.5 ParPharm
PRX 10.17

.92 19 324 96
.57 28 189 37
2.81 +52 154 19
2.29 +3 466 15k
.95 +21 698 23o
1.94 +47 1.0m 41
3.09 +81 3.8m 11
1.04 +8 171 14
1.64 +67 5.7m 18
.90 20 107 12k
.43 26 733 28
1.18 9 1.0m 6o
2.26 +86 1.1m ..o
2.67 +78 14m 15o
.75 16 633 13o
2.31 +64 25m 7
1.67 +4 372 33o
1.59 +5 216 21
1.54 35 94 ..
+.64 +27 1.0m 16
+.01 +39 1.4m 30
4.51+156 495 10k
1.61 +3 466 ..
3.13 +15 1.4m 57
5.45 +40 35 16
.88 +6 447 33
.63 +77 106 29o
4.07+180 4.7m 14
.66 +27 308 12
2.25 16 243 17k
4.24 0 675 99
.69 18 882 19
1.61 +68 180 23
2.47 17 1.6m 18
.74 44 264 11
6.14+678 1.8m 16
1.94 32 911 63
1.74 27 176 5k
.45 +7 169 ..o
3.07 +57 811 17
1.46 +15 1.0m 18k
.55+154 2.2m 14o
.99 +39 282 14
.68 14 640 99

96 90 76 B D36.2 Parexel
PRXL 19.98
76 75 72 B D40.1 PattrCos r PDCO 25.03
79 76 44 A E 72.5 PeditrxMed r PDX 35.86
99 87 95 A B43.1 Perrigo .6 r PRGO . 32.50
85 66 69 A C+25.7 Pfizer
8.2 PFE 15.67
90 79 68 B D49.4 PhrmPdt 1.3 r PPDI . 31.75
46 1 75 D C 36.4 Pharmsstn VRUS 14.77
97 73 96 D C+25.8 Pharmern PMC 18.47
55 18 75 E B24.0 Progenics r PGNX 11.20
99 97 84 B D40.9 PsycSol
PSYS . 31.30
97 89 72 A D 23.8 QiagenNV QGEN 16.16
91 76 80 B D60.0 QstDiagn 1.0 DGX 42.00
97 86 70 B B21.2 Quidel
QDEL 13.50
85 44 91 D C+25.3 Regeneron REGN 16.87
65 55 73 E D 26.2 RehabCare RHB 13.93
88 87 68 C C 26.4 ResCare
RSCR 14.42
97 77 84 B D54.6 Resmed
RMD 35.78
62 6 91 D D+31.0 RigelPh
RIGL 17.78
85 44 90 B B18.0 RochstrMd ROCM 11.00
63 79 56 .. E 49.0 SanofAvt 4.5 SNY 27.07
16 1 25 E D 28.4 SavientPh SVNT 10.61
85 87 42 A E 33.4 ScherPlg 1.9 SGP 13.87
98 82 99 A B NH ScielePh r SCRX 31.01
61 62 33 B D30.6 Sepracor
SEPR 12.85
55 3 99 E E 29.1 Sequenm SQNM 15.93
88 80 56 A E 76.9 ShireLtd .6 SHPGY 38.51
65 73 32 C D+38.7 SironaDen SIRO 15.66
99 94 90 C B+17.2 7SklldHcren SKH . 12.54
96 78 69 A C 69.2 Smith&Ne 1.4 SNN 43.73
98 90 85 A C 29.5 Somanetics r SMTS 17.87
94 97 70 C D39.2 SonoSite SONO 24.20
96 89 78 A E 48.5 StJudeMed r STJ . 35.03
95 81 94 C B38.9 Steris 1.1 r STE 29.16
95 87 71 A E 76.9 Stryker .6 r SYK 51.84
88 68 78 B D+18.8 SunHlthcr SUNH 11.94
48 36 35 B E 56.8 Surmodics r SRDX 26.10
93 71 75 C B21.5 SymtryMed SMA 12.97
76 58 64 A B23.8 SyneronMd ELOS 11.55
93 71 74 B C 25.0 Synovis r SYNO 15.46
98 88 87 A E 82.9 Techne
r TECH 64.51
97 83 85 A D50.0 Teva
1.0 TEVA 40.18
99 75 98 C B+29.7 Thoratec THOR . 21.74
83 78 64 C B22.3 TripleSn
GTS 12.19
98 75 87 B C+21.0 USPhyTh USPH 13.68

2.03 +32 1.1m 22


2.01 +71 2.7m 14o
5.37 +7 621 11k
2.13 +44 1.6m 20
1.46 +78 91m 6
3.06 +31 1.2m 21
.88 42 134 ..
.92 25 359 ..
.68 10 431 ..o
3.21 +72 1.7m 17
.49 34 633 22
4.21 +77 3.3m 13
.97 +78 505 24
2.07 20 581 ..
.56 +6 117 13k
1.56 +7 210 9k
1.29 27 649 23
.96 +23 649 ..
1.28 +19 78 52
2.19 +45 2.3m 6
1.32 30 1.1m ..
.82 +18 15m 9
+.05 51 1.1m 17k
.99 +30 1.9m 8
2.15 +32 2.5m ..
4.68 +52 1.6m 11
2.37 +46 404 29
.85+204 409 14k
2.48 +19 164 15k
1.31 +45 246 25
.05 +91 327 43k
.87 +63 5.8m 16
2.20 +72 1.1m 17
3.40 +63 3.2m 19
.78 3 513 14
.48 +25 226 27k
1.89 +85 443 76
1.34 1 207 7o
1.27 +57 146 34
.90 +40 319 24
2.73 +46 10m 15
2.10 42 650 50
.80 +70 123 6
.65 34 58 16

98 93 95 A B117
43 60 35 B E 59.5
61 77 73 C E 69.3
88 81 65 A E 46.2
94 63 94 D B24.4
75 28 96 D C 21.0
99 91 88 A E 65.8
71 21 86 E B 37.4
88 45 89 B C+15.2
98 73 98 B C 74.6
85 45 89 C D+19.5
84 56 64 A C 19.6
82 73 76 C C+32.7
78 97 43 A D128
57 70 52 C E 90.0
85 66 88 B D 52.0
91 64 89 C D33.3
76 59 55 A D49.8
64 11 82 B D 66.3
90 74 67 A D 85.9
88 79 72 B D38.2

UtdThrp
UTHR 91.53
UtdhlthG .2 UNH 18.26
UnvHlthS .7 r UHS 43.44
VCAAnt
WOOF 23.48
VNUSMed VNUS 17.58
ValeantPh r VRX 15.97
VarianMed VAR . 44.77
VertxPhar VRTX 26.06
Virophrm VPHM 9.49
VitalSgn .6 VITL 73.40
Volcano
VOLC 13.30
WarnerCh WCRX 12.76
WatsonPhar WPI 23.04
Wellcare
WCG 25.78
WellPoint
WLP 36.91
WstPhm 1.6 WST 38.66
WrightMed WMGI 25.36
Wyeth 3.8 WYE 31.96
XenoPort XNPT 37.55
Zimmer
r ZMH 53.36
ZollMed
ZOLL 22.66

5.23 23 541 50
.94 +81 17m 5
1.81 +34 880 11
1.52 +78 959 15
.65 14 136 39k
1.16 2 1.4m 99
3.95 +31 2.1m 18
.51 18 2.6m ..
1.29 +64 2.1m 9
.43 +80 261 27
.45 +37 615 66
.99 +10 747 10
1.59 +19 1.5m 13
1.46 1 662 5o
3.53+156 9.6m 6
3.64 +23 358 16
1.50 +82 778 29
2.02 4 8.9m 9
4.45 5 252 ..o
4.89 +55 2.9m 12
2.38+119 610 22

2. BUSINESS SVC
62 73 53 C D27.5
72 58 72 C C+19.9
97 91 76 A D 43.0
75 79 58 B E 41.0
64 68 31 A B 69.5
82 62 88 C E 57.4
97 83 76 A D38.0
96 81 89 A A33.8
75 75 79 A D 24.0
77 40 94 C D74.0
60 25 82 B E 52.2
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CDI
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3.02 31 189 15k
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NYSE STOCKS IN THE NEWS

FRIDAY, OCTOBER 10, 2008

INVESTORS.COM

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EMERGENT BIOSOLUTIONS (EBS) Group 14 $12.39 CHURCH & DWIGHT INC (CHD) Group 11 o$56.30
99 Comp. Rating 97 EPS RS 98 ROE 15% 13.4M Shares 96 Comp. Rating 80 EPS RS 96 ROE 17% 65.3M Shares

Syniverses Sales
See Acceleration
Syniverse HoldingsSVR is trading
around its 10-week moving average
as it works on a consolidation dating back to May.
The company provides network
management and other services for
telecoms. On Tuesday, it announced a three-year contract extension from Verizon Wireless for
compatibility technologies.
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Syniverses earnings rose 65% to


83% the past three quarters, a big
improvement over prior periods.
Sales growth accelerated from 7%
to 18%, 37% and 40% the past three
quarters. Return on equity of 15% is
light compared with most leading
stocks. Juan Carlos Arancibia

DEVELOPS IMMUNOBIOTIC VACCINES AGAINST BIOLOGICAL AGENTS THAT


ARE POTENTIAL WEAPONS OF BIOTERRORISM AND BIOWARFARE

MANUFACTURES BAKING SODA, LAUNDRY DETERGENTS, CONDOMS, PREGNANCY TESTS, TOOTHPASTES, AND OTHER CONSUMER PRODUCTS.

+40% Ann. EPS Gro PE 9 Avg. Daily Vol 294,300 Debt 25%
Last Qtr Eps +135%6 Prior Qtr +340%5 Last Qtr Sales +88%
2 Qtrs EPS ) 15%
Eps Due 11/2
R&D 29%

+13% Ann. EPS Gro PE 21 Avg. Daily Vol 581,800 Debt 65%
Last Qtr Eps +12%6 Prior Qtr +23%6 Last Qtr Sales +9%
0 Qtrs EPS ) 15%
Eps Due 11/6
Acc/Dis C+
Sup/Demand 62

Acc/Dis B
Sup/Demand 66

Group 15
o$47.85
SYNIVERSE HOLDINGS INC (SVR) Group 120 o$16.38 BUCKLE INC (BKE)
99 Comp. Rating 96 EPS RS 96 ROE 15% 51.3M Shares 99 Comp. Rating 96 EPS RS 97 ROE 24% 15.1M Shares
PROVIDES WIRELESS NETWORK MANAGEMENT, TECHNOLOGY INTEROPERABILITY, CALL PROCESSING AND NUMBER PORTABILITY SERVICES

OPERATES 374 "BUCKLE" AND "THE BUCKLE" STORES IN 38 STATES


OFFERING YOUNG MEN'S AND WOMEN'S APPAREL

+16% Ann. EPS Gro PE 13 Avg. Daily Vol 974,500 Debt 110%
Last Qtr Eps +65%6 Prior Qtr +83%5 Last Qtr Sales +40%
6 Qtrs EPS ) 15%
Eps Due 10/25

+23% Ann. EPS Gro PE 16 Avg. Daily Vol 948,500 Debt 0%


Last Qtr Eps +74%5 Prior Qtr +53%5 Last Qtr Sales +37%
6 Qtrs EPS ) 15%
Eps Due 11/21

Stock

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Close
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Coinstar
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ComputrSci CSC 30.68
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CornellCos CRN 19.51
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CorrecCp
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Dividend
Close
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Earnings Per Share Growth Rating
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Relative Price Strength Rating
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6 6 666 High Stock % Yield Symbl Price Chg Chg 1000 E
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DGIT 15.98 .92 31 150 14o 74 60 81 E C+43.0 HewittAs
HEW 30.75 .48 +32 884 ..o
63 87 38 B D 31.9 Daktrncs .7 DAKT 12.64 1.07 1 526 18o 96 76 83 A B 84.0 HuronCon HURN 47.03 2.12 11 292 20
39 74 34 B E 41.0 DonllyRR 5.9 RRD 17.63 .87+148 4.1m 5 54 11 80 B D+34.4 ICFIntl
ICFI 16.53 .56 18 89 6
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IHS 37.76 1.00 3 424 19
76 79 50 C E 27.6 DynCorp
DCP 11.95 1.22 +13 212 12 53 62 43 A E 30.8 IMSHlth .8 r RX 14.40 1.32 +89 2.3m 9k
83 97 67 B E 36.1 EMCOR
EME . 18.33 1.60 +12 1.4m 7 82 93 37 A E 55.8 Infosys 1.1 INFY . 25.02 .50 6 3.3m 12
98 56 98 C A+35.6 EmergMedS EMS 30.10 1.62 +16 244 20k 30 73 29 E E 29.9 IntegElec
IESC 10.04 1.56+151 129 47o
93 84 83 B C 38.8 Exponent r EXPO 25.58 3.05 +71 163 18k 81 80 59 B D33.7 IntrDat 3.2 r IDC 18.96 1.09+143 600 13k
99 84 95 A B+80.0 FTICnslt
r FCN . 64.30 1.55+145 1.8m 26 89 86 71 A E 130 IBM
2.2 r IBM 89.00 1.55+135 21m 10o
90 87 67 A E 74.0 FactsetR 1.7 r FDS 41.90 2.74 +32 1.2m 16o 29 64 11 B E 45.7 inVentiv
VTIV 11.34 1.67 +21 809 7
46 59 32 C D+23.4 FirstAdvn FADV 9.63 1.24 42 52 8k 94 65 86 C B+38.9 IronMountn IRM 25.35 1.98+100 1.9m 32
53 63 44 C D+38.3 Firstservice FSRV 11.58 .75 +42 38 11k 63 65 70 D C+24.4 KellySv 3.7 KELYA 14.75 1.15 +16 259 9k
80 96 41 A B+66.3 FocusMed r FMCN 19.51 1.00 +22 4.8m 11o 78 68 67 B C+21.0 KornFerry r KFY 12.83 1.20 5 505 8o
96 90 79 B C+36.3 ForrstrRes FORR 22.70 1.64 +20 133 17 80 63 70 C D19.5 L1Ident
ID 10.92 .97 +48 1.0m 99
62 62 51 D D+44.5 G&KSvc 1.2 r GKSR 23.61 2.61 +81 183 10k 39 56 54 D B56.5 LamarAd LAMR 25.80 1.60 +7 1.8m 78o
96 92 82 B C+28.4 Gartner
IT 17.24 .63 +41 1.3m 18k 95 63 96 A B73.5 Landauer 3.4 LDR 58.03 4.40 1 73 22
72 88 38 C E 32.0 GeoGroup
GEO 14.90 1.78 16 678 14 59 61 60 D ..18.0 MYRGrp
MYRG 10.94 .30 94 4 99

BarrckGld
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GoldFlds

Consumer
Close 636.3943.91 (6.45%)
Since Jan 1, 22.39% Computer Close 909.4935.11 (3.72%)
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BedBath
Kohls
Target

AnheuserB
Lowes
Tiffany

Coach
ProctGm
Walgrn

eBay
Starbucks
WalMrt

Gap
Staples

Health
Care Close 3385.8249.84 (6.87%) Since Jan 1, 25.64%
.....................................................................................................................
Amgen
JohnsnJn
Teva

BaxterIntl
Medtronic
UtdhlthG

Biovail
Pfizer
Varian Med

CardlHth
StJudeMed
WellPoint

ExprsScrpt
Stryker
Zimmer

Since Jan 1, 29.86%


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Adobe Sys
AutoData
CAInc
CheckPtSf
ComputrSci
Dell Inc
EMC
HewlttPk
IBM
Intuit
SunMicro rs
JackHn
Micrsft
NetApp
Oracle
Symantec

Defense Close 609.2442.25 (6.48%)

Since Jan 1, 34.17%


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AllintTch
Boeing
CACI Intl
Cubic
CurtsWrt
GenDyn
Goodrich
L3 Commun
LockheedM
NorthrpG
PrecCast
RaythnB
Teledyne

Senior
Growth Close 406.0323.4 (5.45%) Since Jan 1, 27.88%
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Amgen
EMC
Pfizer

ApolloGrpA
Lowes
SAP AG

Citigrp
Medtronic
Teva

Cisco
3M
UtdAmHlth

eBay
Oracle

Defensive
Close 945.1462.85 (6.24%)
Since Jan 1, 27.98%
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ConAgra
Exelon
Kroger
Pfizer
AT&T

Cerner
FPL Grp
Altria
ProctGm
UST

ColgPlmv
GenMills
Merck
Sara Lee

CmpblSp
HeinzHJ
NE Util
SouthnCo

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Safeway

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Since Jan 1, 34.35%


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Broadcom
CheckPtSf
Cisco
Dell Inc
EMC
Corning
IBM
Intel
SunMicro rs
Micrsft

Russell 2000 Close 499.247.37 (8.67%)

Since Jan 1, 34.83%

Dow Indus. Close 8579.19678.91 (7.33%)

Since Jan 1, 35.32%

52-wk

Dividend

Close

6 6 666 High Stock % Yield Symbl Price


28 50 11 D E 42.0 MacquarI 24 MIC 10.51
63 94 31 B E 77.5 Manpwr 2.4 MAN 30.37
99 91 97 B B+62.1 7Mantech MANT 49.07
69 45 80 C D48.3 Maximus 1.3 MMS 30.71
74 60 51 B D+56.9 MineSfAp 3.5 MSA 27.48
53 42 51 B D 53.0 Moodys 1.7 MCO 23.92
98 97 69 A B85.5 Morngstr MORN 49.05
45 43 59 B E 29.6 MultiCo 1.3 LABL 15.47
99 88 94 B B+28.9 7NCIInc
NCIT 20.49
90 72 94 C C+22.8 NavigCons
NCI 16.56
66 80 62 B E 53.1 Omnicom 1.9 OMC 31.68
85 75 75 A E 43.0 Paychx 4.5 PAYX 27.46
91 49 97 B B 15.3 PeoplSup PSPT 11.03
91 80 88 C C+18.8 PerotSysA r PER 13.22
89 83 63 B B62.4 PrePdLegl
PPD 33.20
76 76 72 B E 36.5 RepbSvc 3.3 r RSG 23.10
85 77 83 B E 25.3 ResConn
RECN 16.45
81 80 70 B C 32.8 RobrtHlf 2.4 r RHI 18.66
84 75 79 B D22.5 Rollins 1.8 ROL 13.64
93 79 87 B E 21.9 SAIC
SAI 17.89
87 37 97 C B31.7 SIIntl
r SINT 25.92
78 75 65 C E 31.9 SRAIntl
SRX 18.13

IBD Composite Rating


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Accumulation/Distribution (last 3 mos)

Vol% Vol P
52-wk
Dividend
Close
Vol% Vol P
Chg Chg 1000 E 6 6 666 High Stock % Yield Symbl Price Chg Chg 1000 E
.48 +16 783 ..o 79 95 23 A D30.9 SatyamC 1.0 SAY . 12.23
2.83 +60 1.6m 5 36 18 84 D C 24.2 Schawk 1.1 r SGK 11.54
3.38 +31 342 21 97 86 83 B D+25.4 7StandrdPk r STAN 17.10
SXE 30.34
1.20 +43 302 13 99 90 94 B C+39.0 7Stanley
3.70 +11 344 14 81 87 40 A D 40.3 Stantec
3.08 +34 5.9m 11 96 86 87 A D66.2 Stericycle
5.95 +40 255 26 99 97 87 B B22.6 SykesEnt
1.73 +39 58 14k 65 80 33 A E 47.7
.75 41 42 19k 95 95 70 A D 40.5
.87 +15 706 19 74 94 24 C B27.4
.33 +58 4.6m 9 78 60 77 B E 30.2
.68 +87 7.3m 17o 76 93 44 B E 219
.31 6 456 13
1.24 +45 998 15k
2.27 14 64 7k
1.15 21 1.2m 13
1.18 +14 581 11o
1.56 +6 1.7m 9
2.36+211 767 20k
.72 29 2.2m 17o
.91 41 121 20k
1.28 +7 586 14o

.50 0 1.5m 9
.77 12 94 16
.39 0 59 17k
1.11 30 163 24k

STN 17.07 2.01 31 19 10k


SRCL 48.83 2.66 +41 878 30
SYKE 16.10 1.15 +23 471 11
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Syntel 1.3 SYNT 18.15


Team
TISI . 24.96
TeleTech
TTEC 10.20
TetraTech TTEK 16.66
ThReut 8.1 r TRIN 109.9
65 60 76 C D21.6 TrueBlue
TBI 11.01
98 92 89 B C+18.5 TylerTech r TYL 12.97
91 86 73 C C+50.5 Unifirst .4 UNF 33.66
94 96 71 A D63.0 VSE
.7 VSEC 25.19
34 45 55 C E 39.5 Viad
.8 VVI 20.50
90 73 94 A C+25.6 VsnChinan VISN . 11.03
92 99 80 A D+48.6 7VistaPrt r VPRT 26.06
53 62 31 B E 25.0 WNSHldgs WNS 9.28
50 86 40 B E 73.2 WPP 4.2 WPPGY 32.34
93 71 89 B D 40.7 WstCnn
WCN 29.47

1.38 +46 313 11k


2.32 9 181 19
.70 12 581 10
.97 +73 1.5m 17o
3.22 +44 55 6
1.40 +22 453 7
.24 +55 397 24
2.90 7 96 10k
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1.81 13 140 11k
+.03 75 186 33o
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Symbol Price EPS Name
Price EPS Name
Price EPS Name
Price EPS
ArmstrW(n)
23.76 17
ShipFin(n)
12.31 77
Zygo
7.65 26
RegalBel(n)
29.40 85
BlackDckr(n)
51.13 44
UPS B(n)
53.00 50
MettlerTole(n)
79.69 89
Graco(n)
27.91 75
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Skyline(n)
19.85 2
CndaPac(n)
41.19 48
Perknelm(n)
21.51 88
Clarcor(n)
31.04 76
LennarA(n)
9.00 49
9.32 48
ThomasBett(n) 24.40 87
IngersRd(n)
20.96 88
Name
Price EPS Name
Price EPS Danaos(n)
KnightTr(n)
14.15 36
A UOpt(n)
8.55 73
Hurco
19.13 86
URS(n)
24.22 77
AGLRes(n)
26.33 60
Symantec
13.90 91
DryShip
19.09 99
UnivPwr(a)
2.17 67
Gormanrupp(a) 25.55 90
ChinaArch
3.56 96
Oneok(n)
25.16 72
Accelrys
4.15 12
ApogeE
9.77 76
NaviosMn(n)
5.06 85
Methode(n)
6.80 80
Donaldson(n)
32.44 80
GrtPlnEn(n)
17.76 45
Intuit
24.57 56
AAON
14.30 74
TeekOff(n)
8.20 33
Varian
32.23 67
MetPro(n)
9.19 83
DoubTake
6.82 35
Exelon(n)
48.87 59
TsakosE(n)
22.33 72
Keithley(n)
5.30 62
SLInds(a)
9.00 37
Centex(n)
10.17 8
ConsWtr
9.99 34
AmSft
3.55 18
Fedex(n)
66.80 41
ThermoFis(n)
42.61 89
ClmbMckn
16.80 72
CavalierHm(a)
1.10 53
CalifWtr(n)
30.75 49
Dassault
41.84 88
Golar
7.35 8
Waters(n)
48.99 87
IDE X Corp(n)
23.37 80
CRHPlc(n)
19.51 77
Oracle
16.21 93
BlackHlls(n)
24.45 38
Trinity(n)
18.27 88
Agilent(n)
23.02 92
RoperInd(n)
40.09 90
LSIInd
5.36 42
EmprDist(n)
17.85 46
Bsquare
2.85 69
Frontlne(n)
33.04 79
Danaher(n)
53.20 85
KHDHum(n)
16.50 85
MDCHldgs(n)
29.91 41
FirstEgy(n)
50.62 53
NuanceCm
10.71 96
Expedtrs
26.80 77
FaroTech
16.04 49
PowerSec
4.75 96
EagleMat(n)
15.66 23
Synopsys
16.70 63
SwWatr
8.69 22
TwnDisc
7.84 88
Dionex
49.93 79
Caterplr(n)
45.86 91
Blount(n)
8.30 73
PortGE(n)
19.11 20
ProgSftw
20.56 76
Greenbri(n)
12.93 68
ArrowElec(n)
20.71 75
PowellInds
28.21 73
DrewIndu(n)
13.09 47
AmrStWt(n)
30.16 55
BluCoat
9.89 78
TBSIntlA
8.01 99
Littelfuse
22.44 64
KeyTech
14.22 52
Ameron(n)
43.57 67
THQ
8.34 8
MdsxWtr
14.47 66
ParagShpn
5.50 73
Avnet(n)
18.58 77
GardnrDen(n)
22.80 92
BldrFstSc
3.76 23
UG I(n)
20.93 71
HLTHCorp
8.00 73
AirT
7.25 91
L3Commun(n)
85.38 83
Actuant(n)
17.49 83
Omnova(n)
1.39 14
Konami(n)
19.04 52
NatlFuel(n)
31.93 84
TeekTnkn(n)
9.70 64
ParkElc(n)
17.30 54
ParkHan(n)
38.15 93
QEP
4.10 67
CommVlt
8.12 88
IdahoPwr(n)
24.22 55
KirbyCorp(n)
31.95 95
Vicor
5.47 12
Magnetek(n)
2.80 61
Monaco(n)
1.28 23
Actuate
2.55 58
SJW(n)
22.32 77
Navios(n)
3.67 15
Plexus
14.67 96
Terex(n)
19.17 98
ENGlobal
6.90 65
Vocus
20.54 66
TecoEngy(n)
13.00 23
Euroseas
5.54 58
JabilCrct(n)
7.05 55
AltraHld
9.32 94
SterlCons
11.68 67
ElecArts
27.80 26
Avista(n)
17.82 80
Wabash(n)
6.73 23
BelfusB
18.64 20
PikeElec(n)
9.55 26
Primoris
6.00 98
SAP AG(n)
34.76 71
PNMRes(n)
8.60 26
Ultrpetrl
3.81 73
BenchmrkEl(n) 10.04 49
GrbrScnc(n)
5.22 60
LennarB(n)
6.48 49
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ACI Wwde
10.99 50
Mirant(n)
13.34 25
ForwdA
20.96 68
Molex
16.75 78
SauerDnf(n)
17.04 69
FairIsaac(n)
15.08 54
OttrTail
20.76 19
AUTO&PARTS (40)
RyanrHldg
16.02 62
LeCroy
6.81 78
RobbMyer(n)
21.44 94
MicroStr
41.91 52
Transalta(n)
19.20 90
Magna A(n)
36.54 35
ChinaSAir(n)
7.65 73
TycoElecn(n)
21.20 87
FlowIntl
3.70 47
Autodesk
25.25 88
Edenorn(n)
5.60 34
AsburyAt(n)
6.26 31
7.37 73
Kyocera(n)
61.31 57
Cascade(n)
34.43 52
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JDASfwr
10.63 78
GenMotrs(n)
4.76 7
UTiWld
12.02 64
Newport
7.00 41
BadgerMtr(n)
31.45 90
SEMICNDUCTRS
ManhAssc
17.74 82
DaimlerAG(n)
31.60 75
AmRailcr
8.81 48
NamTai(n)
5.99 26
Circor(n)
33.83 94
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CheckPtSf
18.17 79
Autoliv(n)
23.47 80
OvrseaSh(n)
39.83 86
SpectCtrl
5.83 56
Stratasys
13.58 83
ASMIntl
12.27 28
VscoData
6.64 85
HondaMtr(n)
21.81 56
StarBulkn
5.47 73
Anixter(n)
45.77 90
Nordsn
36.27 91
Aetrium
2.28 14
eFuture
5.81 33
Ford Motor(n)
2.08 43
KSea(n)
13.45 76
CPIIntl
8.75 52
KTronIntl
88.47 95
Exar
5.20 9
KenexaCp
9.82 94
GenuiPrt(n)
32.38 65
HorizLns(n)
5.05 64
AmphenlA(n)
30.06 94
NACCO(n)
63.00 29
StdMicro
19.81 65
JackHn
16.16 65
SonicAut(n)
6.22 31
Saia
8.46 31
MeasSpcl
12.35 71
Hardinge
9.24 47
Entegris
3.74 45
MSCSfwr
8.42 22
Toyota(n)
62.40 45
Vitran
9.45 20
MolxA
15.86 78
EncorWire
14.40 61
Conexant
2.45
73
Blckbaud
14.24 84
BorgWrn(n)
24.25 82
ACmclLn
6.12 48
Vishay(n)
4.86 49
BaldwinTchA(a)
2.00 58
A TM I
14.08 92
DealerTrk
11.35 63
Paccar
27.64 62
AlexBld(n)
34.85 61
ChinaBAK
2.39 27
C&DTech(n)
3.51 7
Parkervisn
4.20 15
Eclipsys
15.97 60
RushEntA
8.19 47
ExprsJet(n)
1.23 30
FEI
18.74 6
EnerSys(n)
12.73 97
LinearTch
25.17 85
OnlineRes
4.45 57
Grp1Auto(n)
13.68 39
Textainrn(n)
8.76 88
ChinaSecn(n)
9.60 99
HLSSys
2.94 52
ElronEtrc
2.79 1
PhnxTch
5.63 73
Navistar(n)
29.95 73
LANAirADS(n)
8.33 74
RofinSinar
21.14 74
Comverge n
3.65 2
Altera
16.05 89
Sonicwall
4.13 48
Penske(n)
7.68 67
PinnclAir
2.64 17
HokuSci
4.05 39
TaylorDevice
4.29 98
RudolphTch
5.33 54
UltimtStwr
18.31 46
Dorman
6.62 42
BritBulk(n)
3.37 98
MultFnElc
10.09 80
Percptrn
4.48 12
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BTUIntl
6.99 33
Cadence
4.98 31
9.46 49
PatrtTrns
61.91 55
LGDisplay(n)
8.80 73
AdvAnaTch
3.08 43
SOneCorp
4.50 58
CONSUMER (47)
TRWAuto(n)
10.61 86
ClarkHldg(a)
0.75 27
FushiCopn
6.14 91
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TexsInst(n)
18.52 80
Corel
6.85 82
KewneeSci
7.10 38
AmerAxle(n)
3.46 23
5.51 73
AmtechSys
7.40 36
Starlimsn
5.57 76
LEISURE (56)
Virco
3.05 11
ChinYuch(n)
4.96 7
Orbotech
5.24 26
Teradyne(n)
5.81 55
DSTSys(n)
44.11 74
CllctUnv
4.01 1
ChinaEdun
3.50 40
Autozone(n)
98.79 79
BelFusA
18.14 19
VirageLog
4.15 73
LawsonSft
5.21 64
ReadgIntB(a)
7.00 33
FranklinElec(a)
1.29 30
JohnsnCt(n)
22.47 81
DDiCorp
4.00 34
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Advantst(n)
15.00 31
CatapltCom
4.03 32
FountPwbt(a)
0.45 6
0.70 5
WABCOn(n)
24.28 87
SilicnMot
3.97 75
ProsHldgn(n)
6.24 97
MEDIA (52)
LifeTmFit(n)
18.34 84
Sony(n)
23.51 68
Cummins(n)
32.65 95
Novellus
15.21 32
TakeTwoIS
13.01 73
Brunswck(n)
8.23 14
OdysMar
3.48 16
GrpRadio(n)
5.50 76
PepBoys(n)
4.65 45
Infineon(n)
4.01 73
Bottmline
7.34 73
CedrFair(n)
14.16 57
Nutractcl
7.37 55
WashPost(n)
406.70 35
FedMogul
8.25 73
ElecSci
10.58 21
MidwayGm(n)
1.46 3
IntctlHtl(n)
9.90 84
Jakks Pac
19.97 57
HrstArgT(n)
16.01 24
Lear(n)
7.30 22
WhiteElc
4.30 72
OpenText
25.39 88
Wyndhm(n)
8.74 50
Tupperwre(n)
20.83 91
CmstA
16.31 83
ATCTech
17.77 45
STMicro(n)
8.77 80
ArcSightn
6.13 25
LionsGate(n)
6.99 64
OilDriAmer(n)
12.79 64
ViacomA(n)
20.68 83
Tenneco(n)
5.82 54
Rambus
8.34 1
Deltekn
4.37 55
MonrchCs
6.33 30
Ecolab(n)
38.84 79
NetSvcC
5.04 66
Modine(n)
9.95 20
DataI O
3.30 73
SoncSltn
3.30 23
JhnsnOtdrs
11.20 25
NuSkin(n)
12.11 71
NewsCorp(n)
9.21 95
Midas(n)
10.27 42
PLX Tech
4.01 47
MagmaDsg
2.94 30
TownSprts
3.73 49
iRobot
10.32 35
ViacomB(n)
20.08 83
StdrdMtr(n)
3.65 24
CabotMic
25.83 59
MediwreInfo
4.83 12
RivieraHldg(a)
3.44 50
KimbInt
6.31 11
NwsCpA(n)
9.01 91
Visteon(n)
1.10 37
UltrClean
3.99 52
Synchron
6.86 73
IntlSpdw
29.67 75
Mattel(n)
14.26 30
ReedElsNV(n)
23.23 80
MillerIndus(n)
5.80 35
CirrusLgc
4.19 37
GuidSoft
3.00 29
SteinerLeis
22.31 61
ColgPlmv(n)
63.53 76
ScrippsN(n)
28.70 48
OReillyAuto
22.25 67
SemiMfg(n)
1.22 8
QuadMd
6.98 32
Ballntyne(a)
1.63 23
Herbalfe(n)
30.65 98
WilyJhnA(n)
33.02 85
OshkoshCp(n)
8.29 84
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23.80 49
ChoicHtl(n)
20.14 78
RussBerrie(n)
3.33 18
JournlC(n)
2.91 26
SpartMt
2.67 99
UTILITY (70)
ASML
14.66 69
MarrtInt(n)
17.69 61
Energizer(n)
66.16 78
WaltDsny(n)
23.80 83
LithiaMt(n)
2.24 5
NSTAR(n)
28.50 62
O2Micro
2.80 34
Carnival(n)
27.92 58
BareEsc
9.16 95
McGrwH(n)
22.24 52
RushEntA
8.60 47
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PureCycl
4.00 29
Nvidia
6.92 71
SmithWes
2.11 24
Jarden(n)
15.01 74
DishNetwk
16.09 95
NatlGrid(n)
50.85 84
Cohu
12.28 21
INTERNET (37)
AmCasi
5.74 57
ThmnADS(n)
1.84 38
CBSCpB(n)
10.14 63
RGCResc
26.00 80
OmniVisTc
8.32 61
iMergent(a)
6.86
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Marcus(n)
11.54 50
NewellRb(n)
12.83 45
CBSCpA(n)
10.32 63
ITCHldgs(n)
35.01 93
IntegDvc
6.33 75
PlanOutrs
2.12 52
Lodgian(a)
4.00 13
WWatch(n)
30.54 77
TimeWr(n)
10.09 69
PPL(n)
31.29 54
Semitool
5.34 73
Marchx
7.02 52
RylCarib(n)
14.76 63
HookFu
13.70 20
Knology
4.92 44
KoreaElc(n)
9.00 12
Diodes
11.16 75
Vignette
8.34 37
BallyTech(n)
18.43 71
AvonPds(n)
31.30 77
CEurMed
34.20 98
CenterPt(n)
10.23 71
Cymer
20.66 49
Yahoo
12.65 58
HarlyDav(n)
27.85 53
Steelcse(n)
8.56 76
LibMEntAn
17.04 2
AllntEgy(n)
26.35 74
PericmSem
7.79 99
DescSys
2.75 94
StarwdHt(n)
20.35 54
RC2
12.91 21
LibGlobC
21.19 39
DukeEngy(n)
15.15 58
TaiwSem(n)
7.73 86
MnstrWw
13.17 76
SpeedwyM(n)
15.12 48
Blyth(n)
7.56 12
Entravsn(n)
1.58 37
PubSvcEn(n)
26.50 74
AehrTest
2.50 46
Terremrk
4.18 61
CarnPLC(n)
24.14 58
DTSInc
16.84 26
AHBelon(n)
3.95 25
AmElcPwr(n)
30.10 72
Semtech
10.83 87
TradeStat
5.79 67
Bluegreen(n)
3.82 22
MllrHer
17.80 92
RH Donnell(n)
0.94 53
AtmosEngy(n)
22.32 57
CEVA
6.73 68
J2GlblC
17.22 83
OrntExHA(n)
14.83 40
Harman(n)
22.01 26
LibtyGlbA
21.40 39
WGLHldgs(n)
25.16 42
DSPGroup
5.80 10
WebMD
19.38 94
WMSInds(n)
21.10 94
Knoll(n)
10.03 85
Sinclair
2.92 96
WiscEngy(n)
39.42 66
AmkorTch
4.46 61
eBay
15.96 94
RedLionH(n)
5.30 16
CPI(n)
6.89 30
RRSat
8.57 92
Vectren(n)
21.77 27
IntlRect(n)
15.56 23
Google
328.98 97
VCGHld
2.44 27
DolbyLab(n)
28.75 96
WWEnte(n)
13.00 56
Nisource(n)
12.33 42
FairchldSm(n)
6.98 80
ModusLk
5.35 9
LasVgSnds(n)
13.85 30
MadCatz(a)
0.40 23
VirgnMd
4.68 9
Ameren(n)
30.25 46
ArmHldgs
4.39 68
IXIA
5.65 37
ChrchlD
31.98 58
Sealy(n)
3.78 12
Belo(n)
3.80 42
CPFLEnrg(n)
39.00 70
SkywksSol
6.34 91
IntrntCap
5.84 14
Cinemarkn(n)
10.64 25
CCAInds(a)
4.85 20
CoxRadioA(n)
8.01 66
DeltaNG
21.70 63
Slcnware
4.51 47
TDAmertr
12.35 90
DiscCm A
11.53 29
TiensBio(a)
0.85 26
Gannett(n)
13.37 30
Scana(n)
31.54 62
MoSys
3.69 11
Vail Resorts(n)
24.12 86
PhysnsF
4.84 63
ChorusE(n)
12.91 72
UtdOnln
8.05 77
ProgrsEn(n)
38.62 59
KulickSof
3.18 39
ShuflMstr
3.37 48
UniElec
18.00 48
CablevsnS(n)
16.88 19
OptXprs
12.57 82
SouthwstGs(n) 24.41 35
ActionSm
2.00 49
AmbasG
10.82 36
Libbey(n)
5.20 11
Pearson(n)
8.95 88
RealNtwk
3.63 58
ReliantEngy(n)
3.54 69
Anadigics
2.24 72
ThStreet
4.13 48
Wynn
56.24 85
CapellaE
36.33 90
Primediars(n)
1.77 73
Entergy(n)
73.41 78
MarvellTc
7.30 91
GaylordEntrt(n) 17.89 8
LearngTree
9.75 49
ReedElsplc(n)
32.81 73
Intrawre
3.16 47
VeoliaEn(n)
30.51 78
Zoran
6.65 3
AvisBudget(n)
3.28 15
SpectBrds(n)
1.20 18
CrwnMdia
3.27 50
Expedia
12.18 73
CMSEnrgy(n)
9.16 63
Aixtron
4.26 14
ImaxCorp
3.34 1
CarrgSvcs(n)
2.55 9
BritSky(n)
25.82 67
Omniture
11.40 73
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Cleco(n)
21.01 83
MIPSTech
2.38 8
IntstHtls(n)
1.10 41
CTCMedia
10.02 98
2.22 25
BUILDING (42)
SouthnUn(n)
14.82 74
Techwell
7.50 82
MGMMirge(n)
16.26 44
ScrippsEW(n)
5.02 31
Rediff.com
2.94 5
XcelEngy(n)
17.80 79
DixieGroup
6.13 12
Atheros
18.57 92
DoverMot(n)
3.80 23
Meredth(n)
20.75 57
ArubaNetn
3.15 12
IntgrysE(n)
43.02 62
Cemex(n)
8.17 61
TrioTech(a)
2.80 23
SteinwyMus(n) 22.35 60
PlayboyB(n)
2.53 23
ChinaFin
9.15 96
DomRs(n)
35.26 72
EmpICA(n)
4.78 39
Intellonn
2.52 34
Carmike
3.17 3
MediaCom
3.52 33
GlblSrcs
6.29 75
WestarE(n)
18.38 16
MohawkInd(n) 51.06 34
CascdMic
3.84 23
BoydGm(n)
6.16 37
EntercmA(n)
2.36 68
Cryptlgc
4.06 51
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ElPasoElc(n)
17.19 93
RPMIntl(n)
14.85 68
5.43 23
LibMCapA
9.64 23
Savvis
7.49 13
TRANSPORT (57)
Energen(n)
29.98 74
ShawGp(n)
16.57 45
SonestaA
12.00 73
NTNBuzz(a)
0.23 1
Knot
6.01 58
Aktslskbt
13.77 81
FPLGrp(n)
39.17 66
Masco(n)
13.49 12
MultimdG
3.43 28
LibMEntBn
16.89 2
InternetBn
4.80 45
KnightT
13.83 75
PepcoHldg(n)
18.91 85
MuellrW(n)
6.68 19
IntervalL
7.50 86
LibtyGlbB
22.83 39
WebsitPro
3.65 97
PortecRl
6.27 55
DTEEnrgy(n)
32.41 36
Gafisan(n)
13.54 98
DiscCm B
14.20 29
GrayTvA(n)
2.68 62
InsWeb
3.77 37
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ArlingTkr(n)
6.74 50
CNWtrSv
21.75 67
2.25 14
Orbitzn(n)
3.99 13
ELECTRONICS (56) MACHINERY (50) DRHorton(n)
GenMarit(n)
9.47 9
ChesUtil(n)
23.74 69
8.17 34
Rackspce(n)
6.26 83
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CHRobn
39.88 86
PG&E(n)
32.76 51
LAPac(n)
5.12 5
Radisys
5.49 42
HubbllB(n)
29.67 82
COMP HDWRE (33)
GuangRy(n)
18.78 66
NoWstC(n)
18.59 59
GraniteC(n)
24.31 68
Techntrl(n)
7.42 45
Gencor n
5.00 26
CIG(n)
13.38 93
GenShp(n)
17.96 97
Perini(n)
14.73 63
Plantron(n)
15.70 76
FuelTech
11.42 97
SilcLtd
3.19 64
EagleBlk
7.49 55
EdisnInt(n)
31.56 65
AecomTecn(n)
17.21 94
TDK(n)
35.13 37
LincnElc
51.31 89
Qualstar
2.78 28
ChinaEA(n)
14.31 38
SoJerInd(n)
28.01 70
FullerHB(n)
14.48 62
WescoIntl(n)
20.40 86
Kennmetl(n)
19.01 82
Enersis(n)
11.30 98
StanleyWrk(n) 34.62 67
BHOcean(a)
3.60 23
FlextrnInt
5.28 89
RockwlA(n)
27.54 78
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Spartan Stores Americans Pile Canada Ranks


Stocks Up On Of Goods Boosts No. 1 In Banks,
Accumulation Self-Storage Firms But Shares Soft
THE BASE READER

THE INCOME INVESTOR

INTERNATIONAL LEADERS

BY PATRICK CAIN

BY PAUL WHITFIELD

BY PATRICK CAIN

INVESTOR'S BUSINESS DAILY

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Spartan StoresSPTN has broken out


of a base, though its struggling to
stay near its buy point.
The distributorof groceries andsupermarket operator formed a shallow double-bottom base. The stock
passed its buy point last week, but
pulled back below it.
This week, the stock surged above
the high of the base but failed to
hold its gains.
The stock has yet to make a weeklyclose above the buy point. So technically, Spartan may be still working on a base.
This base has three weeks of accumulation, and this week is set to be
the first one of distribution. The
high-volume up weeks have all
come since mid-September. The
Nasdaq since then has sunk 23%. As
a result, Spartans Relative Strength
line is soaring.
During the three-week ascent for
Spartan, it reclaimed the 10-week
moving average. After its breakout,
it found support at this line. Support like that indicates institutional
investors could be getting behind
the stock.
Spartan also found support at the
40-week moving average.
Spartan has showed an influx of
buying by mutual funds.
In the September-ended period,
125 funds owned shares; 56 were
new holdings.

Self-storage facilities stocks tend to


attract one-idea investors.
If a hurricane hits, the talk turns to
how storage units will reap business in the aftermath.
If foreclosures rise, theories fly on
how storage units will benefit as
people downsize to apartments.
While stock prices sometimes
react to these factors, the bump up
is often short-lived. Its not the sort
of thing that income investors
should worry about.
A longer trend is Americas penchant for piling up possessions.
About one in every 10 U.S. households rent a self-storage unit, according to the Self Storage Association, an industry trade group.
Thats up from 1 in every 17 in 1995.
The biggest player in this space is
Public StoragePSA, a real estate investment trust.
Rivals include Extra Space StorageEXR, U-Store-It TrustYSI, Sovran Self StorageSSS and AmercoUHAL.
Public Storages stock price is up
about 5% year to date. Its the only
2008 gainer among the group.
The dividend yield is 2.8%. The
payout ratio is about 43% of estimated 2008 funds from operations.
Pretax margin was 24.5% in 2007,
down for a second straight year. Return on equity was 5.2%, also down
for a second year in a row.
Debt to equity is low about 12%
in 2007.
Shares held by mutual funds increased 14% in the first half of 2008.
In Q2, funds from operations per
sharewere flat vs. the year-ago quarter, and revenue fell 4%.
The company sold a 51% stake in
Shurgard Europe in the second
quarter.
One negative factor is taxes. Many
cities are facing deficits, and are becoming much more aggressive on
assessed values, Chief Financial Officer John Reyes said at the earnings call in August.

The most sound banks in the world


are in North America Canada,
that is, according to a survey by the
World Economic Forum.
There are four publicly traded Canadian banks in IBDs database. All
trade in foreign bourses, and none
are in a solid base. Of course, global
financial stocks remain under siege.
Laurentian Bank of Canada has
held up the best. The bank, primarily centered in Quebec and Ontario,
is only 27% off its 12-month price
high.
But despite that, the recent global
banking panic has pounded its
shares 19% in less than a month.
The National Bank of Canada is,
by market capitalization, the largest
of the four. It, too, outperformed
U.S. exchanges and banks: Its 31%
off its highs.
However, looking forward, analysts are gloomy. Wall Street sees
earnings per share falling 13% in
2008, snapping a five-year streak of
annual earnings gains.
Torontos Home Capital Group
is off 47%, but its fundamentals are
strong.
The bank has a 92 EPS Rating, putting it among the top five in IBDs
Banks-Foreign industry group.
Home Capital has logged seven consecutive quarters of at least 25% or
better earnings gains.
Analysts see that streak ending;
they expect only a 4% increase for
2008 as a whole.
Canadian Western Bank is off
57% on the year. Its EPS Rating of
80 is strong, but it has a lagging 51
Composite Rating.
This bank is the second-largest of
the four, but its $875 million market
cap is well below Canadian Nationals $6.38 billion cap.
The survey, based on opinions of
executives, put theU.S. banking system at 40th. Thats behind small
countries such as Estonia and
Namibia.

SPARTAN STORES INC (SPTN) Group 20 $23.99


99 Comp. Rating 86 EPS RS 96 ROE 17% 21.4M Shares
DISTRIBUTES FOOD TO NEARLY 400 INDEPENDENT GROCERY STORES AND
OPERATES 84 SUPERMARKETS IN MI, OH AND IN.

+26% Ann. EPS Gro PE 15 Avg. Daily Vol 181,800 Debt 69%
Last Qtr Eps +21%5 Prior Qtr +13%6 Last Qtr Sales +13%
1 Qtrs EPS ) 15%
Eps Due 10/17
Acc/Dis C+
Sup/Demand 61

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82 76 73 B D39.4 WsteMg 3.9 r WMI 27.51 1.45 +59 5.6m 12 52 55 59 C C+28.4 InsightEnt r NSIT 10.52
IBI 12.24
91 88 72 B E 62.0 WtsWy .8 r WW 38.41 2.40 20 356 10o 64 58 56 C C+25.3 Interline
57 28 39 B B52.0 JCrew
JCG 21.71
3. RETAIL
80 71 57 B B 35.1 JackInBox
JBX 16.94
96 65 95 B C 30.2 AaronRnt .3 r RNT 21.91 2.14 +4 673 15
76 56 95 D B 27.0 JoAnnStrs JAS 17.14
60 73 16 A D85.5 AberFitc 2.5 ANF 27.69 4.82+122 8.3m 5o
99 83 96 A A+41.7 JosABkCl JOSB 27.52
99 95 87 A D 37.4 7Aeropostl r ARO . 24.16 3.10 +86 6.2m 12o
53 55 70 B E 64.0 Kohls
KSS 33.16
62 49 54 B D25.6 AEagleO 3.8 r AEO 10.65 .62 +54 10m 6o
91 65 84 B E 31.0 Kroger 1.5 r KR 24.08
66 56 63 C D 36.8 AnnTaylor ANN 16.56 1.16 6 2.1m 8o
74 61 73 C D 23.0 LimitdBr 4.6 LTD 13.10
87 79 80 B D 35.7 ApldInd 2.7 r AIT 22.03 1.22 +68 682 10
98 87 99 C B+77.0 LongDru .8 r LDG 68.93
93 79 91 C D 44.3 BJsWhlsl
BJ 33.61 2.03 +36 2.6m 16o
70 52 79 B D31.7 Lowes 1.9 LOW 18.25
76 54 85 D B+39.7 BarnsNo 4.2 BKS 23.57 .96 21 743 12o
97 99 39 A A60.7 Lululemngn LULU 18.16
86 66 98 D C 18.7 BeaconRfg BECN 12.43 1.27 14 883 20o
98 95 87 A B 18.1 7LumberLn
LL . 9.70
85 41 87 B C+36.0 BedBath
BBBY 26.54 1.00 +10 6.7m 13o 80 73 59 A D+37.6 Luxotti 3.1 LUX 18.21
47 64 44 B E 53.9 BestBuy 2.1 BBY 26.31 2.75 +49 12m 8o 92 88 82 A E 54.6 MSCInds2.2 r MSM 36.97
95 90 92 C D+35.3 BigLots
BIG 22.17 1.69 +38 4.2m 12o
13 32 32 D D35.5 Macys 4.6 M 11.46
82 65 79 C B34.7 BobEvn 2.4 r BOBE 22.97 2.69 +77 985 11 97 90 87 A D67.0 McDonal 3.8 MCD . 52.08
54 37 63 C C 28.4 Brinker 3.3 EAT 13.15 1.16 22 1.4m 9 77 40 78 B B+50.4 MnsWh 1.7 MW 16.67
58 25 64 D B 22.5 BrwShoe 2.6 r BWS 10.75 2.07 +26 1.1m 8o 88 67 94 D B47.6 NashFch 2.0 NAFC 35.83
99 96 97 A C+66.9 Buckle 2.5 r BKE 47.85 +.65+114 2.0m 16o 38 66 36 B E 49.9 Nordsrm 3.4 r JWN 18.97
99 95 98 A B 45.0 7BffWldWg BWLD . 32.29 2.36 33 435 25 80 59 72 B C+33.0 PFChangs PFCB 18.92
93 92 76 A D 31.0 BurgerK 1.2 BKC 20.57 1.50 +30 2.5m 14 97 81 92 A B 65.0 PaneraBrd r PNRA . 41.00
71 44 75 B B41.8 CBRL 3.8 r CBRL 21.16 .66 +31 960 7o 85 35 97 C B31.1 Pantry
PTRY 15.04
92 81 95 B C+39.5 CECEntrtn r CEC 27.61 1.45 28 412 12k 86 59 84 B C 30.7 PapaJohns PZZA 21.98
92 84 73 A E 44.3 CVSCare .9 r CVS 30.14 +.30 +27 14m 13 92 71 94 C C 30.4 PeetsCof
PEET 23.35
63 52 70 C D21.0 CalPizzaK r CPKI 10.41 .35+121 955 13
29 45 42 C D 68.8 Penney 3.4 JCP 23.42
96 60 93 B C+31.4 Caseys 1.2 CASY 24.25 2.14 +79 929 14
98 90 97 A B 17.5 PetMed
PETS 13.76
72 51 70 D C 21.4 CatoCp 5.4 CTR 12.21 1.58 +7 296 11
82 54 86 B B32.6 Petsmrt .6 PETM 19.84
43 40 40 B D25.0 Cheescake r CAKE 10.90 .69 +22 2.1m 11
74 51 89 C C+29.0 Pool
2.9 POOL 18.07
98 79 98 C C 43.4 ChldrnsPl PLCE 30.68 .81 +5 1.3m 15o 52 72 24 C E 33.7 PricSmrt 2.6 PSMT 12.51
79 96 29 A C 155 Chipotle
CMG 49.40 1.88 55 323 20
72 51 93 B D+22.6 RadioShk 1.7 RSH 14.73
65 96 19 A E 129 ChipotleBn CMGB 37.85 3.90 +12 239 15k 71 76 45 B D44.3 RedRobin r RRGB 18.36
88 83 52 C B28.1 CitiTrnds CTRN 11.99 .74 48 199 10 50 49 59 D D+35.0 Regis
.8 RGS 19.30
99 84 97 B A 23.2 CollectBr
PSS 13.66 1.90 7 2.3m 9o
75 37 89 B D26.0 RentACtr
RCII 16.92
68 66 44 C E 50.5 CmpnBras 1.1 CBD 24.36 .10 +15 379 16 88 83 70 A E 30.5 RitchieB 1.9 RBA . 19.29
65 76 64 B C 28.5 Conns
CONN 12.02 1.03 31 182 6o
98 83 86 A D 41.6 RossSts 1.4 r ROST 27.99
38 12 50 D C+36.0 CoreMark r CORE 17.76 1.97+116 112 14
86 74 81 C E 39.8 Ruddick 1.7 RDK 29.00
82 76 74 C E 75.2 Costco 1.2 r COST 54.40 2.66 +27 7.8m 18o
74 51 65 C C 36.0 Safeway 1.5 r SWY 22.28
83 74 71 C B 26.2 DSWInc
DSW 10.65 1.85 +14 613 10o
64 73 70 B E 39.5 Scansrce
SCSC 21.16
73 65 58 B D+44.9 DardnRst 3.8 DRI 21.24 2.83 +50 4.8m 7o
38 26 67 D E 36.3 SchoolSpec r SCHS 23.67
76 63 67 B B34.9 DcksSpt
DKS 16.51 .12 +62 5.3m 12o
50 35 66 E B 152 SearsHldgs r SHLD 67.31
20 15 2 B D+67.5 DineEqu 10 DIN 9.33 3.09 +29 467 7
88 61 92 A C+68.0 ShrwnW 2.7 r SHW 52.38
86 92 48 C C+38.0 Dist&Svc 4.7 DYS 16.45 .26 13 25 15k
82 59 94 D C+18.5 ShoeCrnvl SCVL 13.17
98 80 96 B C+42.8 DollarTree DLTR 32.62 2.83 +50 3.2m 14o
26 21 55 C E 39.3 SignetJ 1.2 SIG 15.45
83 65 81 C D17.9 DressBarn DBRN 10.98 .82 7 892 9o
65 60 51 A D 26.2 Sonic
SONC 11.85
67 60 52 C D99 EstaDlh 3.4 DEG 48.70 5.06+241 143 9
28 61 11 B E 61.4 Sothebys 5.4 BID 11.09
71 26 83 C B35.4 EthanAl 4.5 r ETH 22.25 .90 15 546 10
99 86 96 B C+27.7 SprtnStr .8 SPTN 23.99
95 73 96 B B 32.5 FamlyDlr 2.3 r FDO 22.21 2.17 5 3.7m 13o
51 39 65 D E 20.0 StageSt 2.0 r SSI 9.89
92 91 80 A E 56.5 Fastenl 1.5 r FAST 36.20 .65 +24 3.6m 20
78 66 72 B E 26.6 Staples 2.0 SPLS 16.69
90 67 96 E B+18.2 FootLckr 4.5 FL 13.26 .81 17 2.9m 19o
55 49 46 B D 26.9 Starbucks SBUX 11.01
84 85 63 A D 46.3 Fossil
r FOSL 21.35 1.53 +42 1.7m 10o
72 58 92 D D15.9 Freds
.8 FRED 10.13 .66 +8 790 18o 54 60 40 D C 43.3 Suprvalu 3.8 r SVU 18.37
SUSS 12.86
78 98 46 A E 63.8 GameStpA GME . 29.20 1.01 13 2.9m 13o 71 18 94 C D28.5 Susser
SNX 16.34
89 77 78 C D+22.0 Gap
2.4 r GPS 14.10 1.34 +38 16m 10x 85 84 67 C C+27.3 Synnex
3.4 r SYY 25.58
89 62 88 C B 43.6 Genesco
r GCO 25.96 +.48 +42 985 15o 86 68 84 B E 35.3 Sysco
92 86 82 A E 96.0 Graingr 2.2 r GWW 71.94 .67+133 2.1m 13 77 88 48 B B25.3 Systemax r SYX 10.70
99 93 78 A C+44.8 GreenMtCf GMCR . 30.34 1.78 22 425 35o 94 78 80 A D37.5 TJXCos 1.7 r TJX 25.64
98 98 56 A C+57.2 Guess 1.5 r GES . 25.83 2.92 21 1.4m 11o 54 8 80 E B+19.5 Talbots 5.6 TLB 9.28
97 92 74 A C 47.7 Gymboree r GYMB 27.69 .56 +26 1.2m 9o 68 66 66 B E 67.4 Target 1.7 r TGT 37.53
16 4 33 E ..16.5 HSNInc
HSNI 8.33 1.93 24 734 ..o 41 55 53 D E 41.4 TechData r TECD 23.35
62 18 96 E C+13.7 Haverty 2.7 HVT 10.03 .51 37 127 99k 68 86 38 A E 57.3 Tiffany 2.8 r TIF 24.67
82 70 87 B D26.9 Hibbett
HIBB 16.98 1.16 +64 1.4m 16o 84 74 67 A D39.9 THortons 1.4 THI 23.78
53 40 74 C E 34.3 HomeDp 4.5 HD 19.93 1.24 +16 29m 9o 92 99 71 A E 34.5 TitanMchn TITN 12.55
87 69 99 D B17.5 IkonOfSo 1.0 r IKN 16.40 .01 4 2.8m 16k 95 69 97 B B 49.1 TractorSupl TSCO 36.38
84 73 53 B C+29.1 InglMkt 3.9 IMKTA 16.94 .88+122 147 7 93 83 72 B A35.6 UltaSalon ULTA 10.34
62 72 68 C D 21.5 IngramMicro r IM 13.08 .54 +8 1.9m 7 94 59 95 C B 31.9 UnitdNaturl UNFI 21.64

Name
Price EPS
Movado(n)
15.83 45
RockyBr
2.59 41
Continued from B4
BarryRG
6.31 74
4.00 26
Name
Price EPS Name
Price EPS Culp(n)
Cheroke
15.43 39
Chyron
2.42 72
WimmBD(n)
39.55 86
Coach(n)
17.20 91
CrayInc
3.85 16
HQSustMn(a)
3.80 37
..................................... PhilpsVnHs(n) 30.37 62
Cisco
17.19 81
Heelys
3.79 68
CHEMICALS (29)
Logitech
17.83 90
KSwiss
13.32 23
Valhi(n)
11.71 23
Netezzan
8.10 73
KenCole(n)
10.94 17
EastChm(n)
42.77 86
Hutchinsn
9.34 6
Volcom
11.80 76
KMGChemcl
6.17 52
ElecImag
10.11 30
SkechersA(n)
11.92 82
Ashland(n)
23.82 32
BlackBox
25.99 57
Maidenfrm(n)
10.11 39
SinopecShng(n) 20.03 23
Datalink
3.03 73
PerryEllis
9.39 52
IntrtapPly(n)
2.18 70
RadiantSys
6.26 87
DecoratorInd(a)
1.15 11
MinrlTec(n)
49.78 57
3Parnya
4.74 53
Hanesbrd(n)
16.16
63
FMC(n)
32.73 93
Zebra Tech
20.69 65
IconixBr
9.34 91
Schlmn
14.88 81
WestDigtl(n)
14.77 97
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GenTek
21.67
82
SunMicro rs
5.21 16
MINING (20)
GraceWR(n)
8.53
41
JnprNtwk
16.76 94
MtnProvDi(a)
1.40 27
Praxair(n)
61.26 87
NICESys
18.56 82
MdwGldgn(a)
0.33 5
CytecInd(n)
29.70 75
Intermec(n)
14.38 44
GtNorIron(n)
42.00 27
OMGroup(n)
14.49 64
Seagate
9.32 82
IntlRoy(a)
2.06 11
RockwdH(n)
13.82 94
Hypercom(n)
2.05 14
EntrGld(a)
0.78 32
DowChm(n)
25.93 55
DataDomn
18.13 73
Augusta(a)
2.04 9
Koppers(n)
20.50 97
LasrCard
3.48 43
Alcoa(n)
12.80 55
Polyone(n)
4.39 70
PinnclDt(a)
0.38 43
TechCmco(n)
16.67 69
Methnx
14.89 61
Alvarion
3.71 47
BHPBlplc(n)
33.71 95
AirPrds(n)
55.06 86
Emulex(n)
8.43 47
KeegnRgn(a)
0.85 23
ArchChem(n)
25.64 64
Imation(n)
16.97 23
SthnCopp(n)
11.70 64
Ceradyne
27.01 69
Voltairen
2.25 73
IvanhoMn(n)
3.55 39
PureBio
2.80 3
BrcdeCm
3.88 93
RioTinto(n)
175.00 98
PPGIndust(n)
47.27 64
IntevacInc
7.43 23
DenisnMngn(a)
1.53 25
Innospec
6.95
17
SuperMicn
6.65 89
GenMoly(a)
1.82 48
Zoltek
8.61
15
NtwkEqmt(n)
2.25 43
SilvWhtn(n)
5.90 79
NewMkt(n)
37.78 90
Radware
6.98 1
Taseko(a)
1.04 64
6.72 7
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GoldRsv(a)
0.67 10
28.73 64
METALS/STEEL (30) Rogers(n)
..................................... StillwtrM(n)
3.75 73
Park OH Hld
7.54 46
SVGS & LN (27)
HorsehdHn
3.79 38
Ternium(n)
10.31 80
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HFFinl
9.98 76
UnivStnls
12.95 54
ALCOHOL/TOB (15)
MagyarBc
6.30 25
ILToolWk(n)
35.00 79
Diageo(n)
57.03 58
CamcoFinl
7.00 12
MaterialSci(n)
3.55 16
Altria(n)
17.38 46
Fox Chase
9.39 66
Gerdau(n)
6.76 85
PhilMorn(n)
39.00 82
NEstCmtyB
7.50 67
StlDyna
8.48 97
Lorillard(n)
60.36 57
MalvernF
9.01 32
AKSteel(n)
11.53 64
VectorGp(n)
14.37 57
InvBncp
12.39 57
Worthn(n)
11.11 81
BritAmTob(a)
52.95 81
SevernBcp
5.61 18
Gerdau(n)
6.15 91
Universl(n)
38.85 26
AncBc
4.47 20
RelStlAl(n)
23.25 86
ConstelA(n)
16.19 83
NYCmtyBc(n)
13.36 36
CenturyAl
15.06 80
BrownForA(n)
58.79 70
PulaskiFin
7.17 82
Lawson
21.26 60
MolCoorB(n)
41.00 61
CarverBc
5.76 15
AmpcoPit(n)
19.12 84
ReynldAm(n)
39.84 66
BFCFncl
0.36 1
HaynsIntn
26.24 20
AlliancOne(n)
2.99 55
FlagstBc(n)
1.59 19
GrafTech(n)
7.46 97
MolCoorsA(n)
40.07 75
CtznFstB
3.78 18
Highvld
10.86 97
Vina Concha(n) 29.05 81
BnkFncl
10.62 79
RBCBear
24.19 88
ConstellB(n)
16.52 82
AstoriaF(n)
16.64 40
BarnesGrp(n)
12.95 88
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UnitdCmty
2.85 14
Mueller(n)
18.25 67
AGRICULTURE (9)
FirstPlace
7.00 20
AlmChina(n)
10.74 42
MLMacad(n)
2.86 25
WaterstnF
6.87 3
CarpTech(n)
19.02 67
AlamoGroup(n)
13.50
83
HMN Finl
10.16 24
Kaydon(n)
34.01 68
Cresud
8.10 19
FtFnNw
8.13 58
SimsGrpn(n)
14.50 88
AgFeedn
5.00 72
GuarFncln(n)
2.89 23
OlympcSt
19.48 79
Kubota(n)
21.05 42
BOFIHldg
4.96 83
NWPipe
30.72 87
OriginAg
2.75 41
PVFCap
3.17 12
DynMatl
16.79 80
LSBInds(a)
8.68 20
HomeBLA
10.35 59
GenSteel n(n)
3.50 81
DarlingIntl(n)
7.46 84
FstSavFn
9.70 1
Ladish
13.42 61
..................................... Cadiz
13.35 2
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ChiRivet(a)
15.30 11
..................................... AEROSPACE (24)
OFFICE (7)
MoogB(n)
29.70 85
FOOD/BEV (30)
Ennis Inc(n)
10.81 49
AllintTch(n)
78.20 86
UnileverPlc(n)
23.49 66
Canon(n)
30.90 61
MoogA(n)
29.18 85
Seneca A
17.90 21
PitneyBow(n)
25.48 52
KreislerMfg
6.17 63
Gruma(n)
5.02 85
StdRegis(n)
6.44 93
RaythnB(n)
46.26 85
CocaClEn(n)
12.13 41
Deluxe(n)
9.05 30
SpiritAer(n)
12.08 53
RyMtCh
6.68 55
AveryDenn(n)
34.56 59
Boeing(n)
44.41 78
ConAgra(n)
18.36 57
AccoBrds(n)
4.56 44
OrbitalSci(n)
19.15 85
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PepsiCo(n)
59.52 73
Heico(n)
27.97 90
CocaCFmsa(n)
36.32 82
MISC
BE Aerosp
9.27 98
PepsiBtl(n)
23.39 67
WTInNCy
19.65
TriumphGp(n)
33.90 91
CocaCola(n)
43.30 78
iShGlbREn
23.59
Teledyne(n)
42.50 92
Unilever(n)
23.67 66
BlrkCA2018(n)
9.76
AAR(n)
10.74 93
Sensient(n)
22.34 64
BlacrkCAMu(n)
8.69
Ducmmun(n)
15.33 79
FrshDelM(n)
14.54 28
BlcrkCAIns(n)
8.52
Textron(n)
18.29 87
NatBevrg
7.10 53
HSCancern
25.49
RockColl(n)
37.65 91
HormelFd(n)
32.36 66
BlkMDMuBd(a) 10.00
GenDyn(n)
60.92 89
SaraLee(n)
10.52 69
RdxIndls(a)
36.18
NorthrpG(n)
48.30 80
PepsiAmr(n)
16.21 76
PimcCAMun(n)
9.29
Esterline(n)
31.81 78
Zhongpinn
6.81 96
ColInvGrd(n)
5.78
CurtsWrt(n)
34.29 81
DelMonte(n)
5.92 54
RMRFire(a)
2.40
PrecCast(n)
58.96 94
HainCelstl
20.06 83
PSN100BW
17.28
GenCorp(n)
4.54 15
Cadburyn(n)
33.35 82
RdxMatls(a)
35.00
LimcoPn
3.43 48
KraftFdA(n)
27.70 60
NuNYValue(n)
6.75
LMIAerospc
14.08 99
..................................... NuPADvAdv(a) 10.00
Chiquita(n)
11.93 73
APPAREL (21)
SunOpta
4.51 67
AlliBInco(n)
5.82
Sanfilippo
6.28 33
BlkFL2020(n)
8.74
Quiksilver(n)
3.16 54
SmartBaln
4.89 16
AllcCAMu(n)
8.79
VF Corp(n)
57.76 66
EmbtldB(n)
11.70 90
BlacrkNYMy(n)
8.93
OxfrdInd(n)
15.92 29
BlkMunihd2(n)
7.57
ReddyIce(n)
2.16 20
PoloRL(n)
47.55 86

New Lows

IBD Composite Rating


Earnings Per Share Growth Rating
Relative Price Strength Rating
Sales+Profit Margins+Return On Equity
Accumulation/Distribution (last 3 mos)

FRIDAY, OCTOBER 10, 2008

Name
Price EPS
NuNCDvAdv(a)
12.44
VangAllW
32.90
RevSmCnya
35.67
BlkMunihld(n)
9.11
BlkMuniv2(n)
8.10
CredtSwsHY(a)
1.43
MSCAInsd(n)
9.43
BlkMunIIT(n)
8.65
NuInsNJPrm(n)
8.86
WTMdCDv
34.10
MassHthEd(a)
9.51
NuPerfPls(n)
9.27
NuvICATF(a)
8.70
EuroEqFd(n)
5.10
CornstPrn(a)
8.10
AmerSelPrt(n)
8.61
NuAZDvAdv(a)
8.66
TortEnCap(n)
11.50
NuTxQltInc(n)
9.39
NuNJDvAd2(a)
9.00
PrUBasM(a)
24.19
PachldrHghY(a)
3.99
WTIntBM
19.61
BlkMuniBd(n)
8.66
NuCADiv2(a)
8.42
NuCAMkOpt(n)
8.35
WescoFncl(a)
292.91 54
PSIntREnya
12.17
BlkMunyAZ(a)
9.77
EllswthFd(a)
4.25
NuMAPrm(n)
9.54
ClayDvInt(a)
13.95
VnKmCAVal(n)
8.21
NvMuHiIOp(a)
7.60
BlkMuIT2(a)
8.11
MSInsdPrm(n)
4.93
NuNYSelQlt(n)
8.20
BlkMuIntD(n)
8.63
NuInsCAPr(n)
9.27
NuCAValue(n)
7.93
NchApCv2(n)
4.13
EatnVCA(a)
7.25
Rdx2xSPX(a)
25.85
AmMunPrt(n)
7.95
NuNYInvQl(n)
8.43
RdxTech(a)
29.94
TortEnInf(n)
16.60
BlkMunvst(a)
5.65
DryfStrMu(n)
5.04
BlkIQMuIT(n)
7.50
NchApCv(n)
4.13
BlacrkNJMu(n) 11.10
iShMtg
12.74
NuOHDvAdv(a)
9.55
MSInsdCA(n)
10.70
NetsTokReit
18.60
VnKmHighII(n)
1.53
BlMunihNJ(n)
9.55
ProUltSP(a)
30.59
CastleCFd(a)
15.50
NuOHDvAd3(a)
9.34
ColMuni(n)
2.80
STDJEu50
33.27
MSDWQtySc(n)
8.76
PimCpIncm(n)
6.20
MSInsdTr(n)
8.55
DWSStMuni(n)
7.00
PrUR2KG(a)
23.06
iShSP500
91.89
BlrkNY2018(n)
14.00
BlkMuniast(n)
8.35
DWSHiInc(n)
2.55
FlrtyPfdInc(n)
3.14
CohStREPf(n)
6.68
BlkMuniyld(n)
7.97
INGPrRt(n)
3.19
NuNYDvAdv(n)
8.26
MSDWQtyInc(n) 7.60
NBIncmOpp(a)
4.20
RdxSPVal(a)
17.15
WTDiefaHi
38.35
BlkStrBnd(n)
7.42
NuvIFLTF(a)
8.67
MSQltyInv(n)
8.22
DefndStr(n)
11.15
NuIncCAp2(n)
8.42
CohSWRlty(n)
4.35
BlkMuNYInt(n)
8.69
Siemens(n)
65.35 63
FedPMu(n)
8.52
NuSelQlty(n)
8.41
iShMstLC
54.50
NuInsNYPr(n)
8.73
PimcoMuII(n)
7.80
ProUltQQQ(a)
33.20
MSInsdMun(n)
8.66
EvrgIncAd(a)
5.02
SilgnHld
43.36 72

IBD Composite Rating


Earnings Per Share Growth Rating
Relative Price Strength Rating
Sales+Profit Margins+Return On Equity
Accumulation/Distribution (last 3 mos)

Name
Price EPS
BlkMunienh(n)
6.22
VnKmMuTr(n)
8.44
NuCASelTxF(n)
9.62
NuInsOpty(n)
8.30
MFSMunIn(n)
4.28
BlkNYMuBd(n)
9.25
PimcFlRt(n)
7.70
SpdrLehHY(a)
33.64
NuInsFLPr(n)
8.30
TmpDragn(n)
15.78
ClayYldH(a)
13.78
iShUSPfdn(a)
23.28
EatnVNJ(a)
8.90
AllBNtlMn(n)
8.47
CushTRtn(n)
9.93
NuCAPrem(a)
8.15
EVTxAdGlD(n)
10.14
Rdx2xMdC(a)
27.00
CohStRTU(n)
8.09
SourceCap(n)
32.79
NuvEqPrOp(n)
9.83
NuNYQltInc(n)
8.54
EmMktTel(a)
12.18
BlMunyQlty(n)
8.54
FtTrAbGlO(n)
8.92
NuCADvAdv(n)
8.60
PSBuybk(a)
15.79
AmStrIncm(n)
7.60
ClmsStrTR(n)
5.10
ColnHiInc(n)
3.24
EVInsMu2(a)
7.90
RdxMVal(a)
20.94
RMRPrfDiv(a)
2.14
EVInsMu(a)
7.87
SPDRCnStpl(a)
23.60
DreyfusMun(a)
5.73
BlkCAMu2(a)
8.49
SpdrMCpG(a)
40.12
EtnVMnTr(n)
8.20
PwShDiv(a)
11.62
NuAZDvAdv(a)
10.39
ClayRobbn
12.00
EvgIntBal(n)
9.25
BlMunyCAI(n)
8.20
GabelliEq Tr(n)
3.78
NuPrmMuIc(n)
8.38
NichAGEq n(n)
8.90
WTSmCDv
32.93
VnKmOpty(n)
8.40
NuCAQltInc(n)
9.00
BlkCAMuBd(n)
9.42
LazGlbTR(n)
10.79
BlacrkMuni(n)
7.70
CloughGA(a)
9.99
INGGlAdPr(n)
8.45
NuPrmIn2(n)
8.68
AdvClCvS&I(n)
10.35
NBCAInt(a)
9.61
iShaSPVal
46.25
FstTrEnh(n)
8.15
NuMDPrem(n)
8.07
BlkEnhC&I(n)
9.98
BlMunyldCA(n)
8.36
SpdrIntRE(a)
28.90
iShUSIndx
45.00
iShrDJDiv
41.33
EVLtdDur(a)
8.75
FTSelDv30n(a)
13.20
JhnHkInvTr(n)
12.21
NuvFltRt(n)
5.98
RMRDvCpn(a)
4.76
NuCADiv(a)
8.00
EVCrdOp(n)
7.31
EverMgdIn(a)
9.35
DTFTxFree(n)
10.21
iShS&PGbl
49.74
VangDvAp
38.87
PSFrontC
15.18
ZweigTotlFd(n)
2.87
ProUltR2K(a)
22.75
PimcoCAII(n)
8.09
CohStPrm(n)
5.46
MacQFstTr(n)
8.79
PwShLgVal(a)
13.32
BerkHaB(n)
3855.00 51
VnKmInvGr(n)
8.78
BlkrkHiInc(n)
1.15
NuPremInc4(n)
7.94
VangGrwth
41.52
FstTrMtg(n)
12.40
VangrdTSMI
45.67
BlkMunyNJI(n)
9.64
FirstFinlFund(n) 4.20
Rdx2xRUT(a)
27.00
GabDvIncm(n)
9.40
EVTxAdvDv(n)
10.54
NuSrIncm(n)
3.40
BrkHaA(n)
113900.00 51

Name
FTActDv n(n)
BlkStrDiv(n)
Rydx2xEn(a)
EVTxDiv(n)
BlkIntGIn(n)
HncTxAdDv(n)
BlkMunyMI2(n)
BlkNYMu2(a)
RoyceMC(n)
iShrsIns
AdvGlbCvn(n)
NuCAInvQlt(n)
NicAEqCv(n)
JhnHnkPfI(n)
DWSStInc(n)
PwShWHCln(a)
NuPADvAd2(a)
PwSIntDv(a)
PrURMCV(a)
BlkEnDv(n)
PimcHiIncm(n)
iShGNucE
MSInsdBd(n)
NuMuHi2n(n)
NuNYPrfPls(n)
BlMunQlt2(n)
CloughGlb(a)
BlkCpHYV(n)
BlkRckS&P(a)
ProUltDow(a)
iShSP100
DryfStrMB(n)
RdxSPEqlWt(a)
FrTmpLtd(a)
NuCASelQlt(n)
MassMutl(n)
iSSP1500
iShrSngapr
LAzWldDv(n)
EVSrFltRt(n)
SPDRTech(a)
NuMktOpty(n)
VnKmInvNJ(n)
iShCnsmCyc
BlkSenHgh(n)
NuInsNYDv(a)
CalamosCv(n)
VangValu
SpdrTotMkt(a)
EnhEqYld(n)
NuvMSInc(n)
ProUltFn(a)
iShrGrowth
RMRRE(a)
iSSPGlE
SwssHlvtia(n)
AmIncmFd(n)
VangTotW
ChartwllDv(n)
PimcoMuIII(n)
SPLehCAM(a)
BlMunyNYI(n)
Rydx2xHC(a)
NuFLInvQlt(n)
NuPremInc(n)
EVInsCA2(a)
DivCpGlb(n)
HanPfII(n)
Honywel(n)
FranklinUnv(n)
AllnNtlMu(n)
NuFLQltInc(n)
TransamInco(n)
FlrtyPfdOp(n)
NuQltyInc(n)
BlkGlFL(n)
iSharCn&St
NuMuniAdv(n)
iShEMU
WstAMgdHi(n)
DWSMuni(n)
iShIsraelnya
NuvFlRtOp(n)
VangLgCp
NuPAPrm2(n)
VangIntBdn
NuOHDiv2(a)
VanHiDY
VangPac
VangEuro
RdxSCVal(a)
DreCDivIn(n)
EVRiskMn(n)
NuDvAdv2(a)
iShaR1000G
LatAEqty(a)

B5
Price EPS
8.00
7.87
19.60
9.45
7.60
8.49
7.38
8.25
6.40
20.38
4.50
8.40
10.15
8.47
7.11
10.05
9.39
11.70
19.57
7.03
5.75
26.00
8.33
8.00
9.02
7.31
9.97
6.05
9.28
34.47
43.44
5.42
29.20
7.03
8.34
19.60
41.17
7.85
7.50
8.88
16.17
8.40
11.63
48.16
2.48
8.60
6.59
41.31
66.55
7.65
3.49
8.60
44.36
4.57
27.58
9.95
5.04
33.85
3.05
8.97
19.50
8.07
46.21
8.53
8.90
9.10
2.91
8.23
31.39 88
4.05
9.13
8.26
13.50
2.65
8.91
8.70
52.43
8.80
30.54
3.45
7.16
34.36
5.66
41.25
8.34
70.00
8.55
33.25
40.79
41.53
21.62
2.55
13.21
9.54
38.43
18.49

New Lows continued on B7

IBD Composite Rating


Earnings Per Share Growth Rating
Relative Price Strength Rating
Sales+Profit Margins+Return On Equity
Accumulation/Distribution (last 3 mos)

Vol% Vol P
52-wk
Dividend
Close
Vol% Vol P
52-wk
Dividend
Close
Vol% Vol P
52-wk
Dividend
Close
Vol% Vol P
Chg Chg 1000 E 6 6 666 High Stock % Yield Symbl Price Chg Chg 1000 E 6 6 666 High Stock % Yield Symbl Price Chg Chg 1000 E 6 6 666 High Stock % Yield Symbl Price Chg Chg 1000 E
.63 10 497 6k 68 67 75 C D61.0
1.18 38 168 8k 97 95 78 A E 38.4
1.65 30 1.9m 13o 92 78 92 B D63.9
1.84 19 750 8o 78 74 62 B E 40.4
1.04 10 455 16o 59 22 75 D C+44.3
4.12 39 1.1m 9o 53 39 27 B B53.7
3.99 +10 9.0m 10o 40 19 36 C B33.7
.80 +42 11m 13o 43 20 68 E D23.9
1.01 +13 6.8m 10o 84 79 65 A E 41.7
2.75 +72 2.6m 23o 46 1 95 E B 42.2
.87 +43 27m 10o 76 60 50 B B+54.0

UtdStnr
r USTR 34.16
UrbanOutfit URBN . 22.91
WalMrt 1.8 WMT 51.39
Walgrn 1.8 WAG 25.28
WeisMkt 3.9 WMK 29.57
WholeFd WFMI 15.04
WilSon 3.7 r WSM 13.07
WinnDix
WINN 12.32
YumBrd 2.8 r YUM 26.68
Zale
r ZLC 18.01
Zumiez
ZUMZ 11.25

.94 31 806 29o


.58 19 282 15
87 64 92 C D29.4 AlbertoC 1.1 ACV 23.70
1.37 +32 265 12
29 13 70 D C 28.5 AmerGrt 3.8 r AM 12.56
1.65 +1 487 12
99 99 91 A D+53.2 7AmPubEn APEI . 37.06
1.90 +29 12m 5o 93 73 85 A E 81.7 ApolloGrpA r APOL 51.62
1.33 +61 17m 15 89 77 80 A E 45.3 AvonPds 2.6 r AVP 31.30

4.63 +67 466 8k 95 76 86 A D75.2 ProctGm 2.6 PG 60.88 5.22 +85 30m 17 76 55 65 B D18.9 QuestSoft QSFT 11.12 +.54+105 2.7m 14
RHT 13.55 1.10 +16 3.0m 17o
RC2
RCRC 12.91 2.20 +14 237 8k 80 88 56 A D 24.8 RedHat
Revlon
REV 11.90 .02 +20 240 14k 60 70 63 C C+15.9 RenscLr 3.0 r RLRN 9.31 .89+230 142 26k
Sony
1.1 SNE 23.51 .39+175 2.5m 8 79 71 54 A E 59.4 SAPAG 1.7 SAP 34.76 1.55 +12 3.3m 15
SPSS 24.38 .62 +9 308 11k
StoneMor 21 STON 10.00 .73+137 93 99 77 85 51 A E 45.0 SPSS
SXCI 12.06 .64 4 35 16
StrayrEd .8 STRA 181.513.41 +62 200 35 85 81 85 .. E 17.4 SXCHlth
58 73 34 C E 75.2 Salesforc
CRM 33.97 2.53 27 2.3m 99o
.88 18 1.5m 8o 63 91 42 A D45.0 Tupperw 4.2 TUP 20.83 1.23+100 2.0m 7
95 70 91 A D+31.6 SoleraHdn SLH 22.94 .91 23 463 18
.39 15 473 49 94 58 98 B B+49.9 USANAHlth USNA 40.50 .37 33 148 16
96 89 91 A D37.0 Sybase
r SY 25.80 .07 +61 1.9m 13
1.12 +67 6.5m 14o 53 48 68 C C+38.5 UniElec
UEIC 18.00 1.59 26 97 15
82 91 72 B E 22.8 Symantec SYMC . 13.90 .79 +44 22m 10
4.94 +32 1.6m ..o 70 19 95 D C+22.4 UnvTchIns r UTI 15.00 .54 +37 419 48
70 63 57 A C+29.1 Synopsys SNPS 16.70 .32 +24 2.0m 9o
2.57 +15 659 13o 90 77 67 A B56.5 WWatch 2.3 WTW 30.54 2.97 +26 570 11
46 73 44 D D28.0 TakeTwoIS TTWO 13.01 .52 35 1.2m 6o
59 33 85 C D98.0 Whrlpl 2.7 r WHR 64.50 2.79+109 3.9m 8 71 68 49 A D34.2 TaleoA
TLEO 13.26 .74 +14 602 22k
1.1 ZEP 14.50 .05 +23 151 13 46 46 34 B E 41.7 UltimtStwr r ULTI 18.31 .93 18 361 31k
1.26+106 1.4m 18 77 37 93 C D+21.4 Zepn
68 75 48 B D+42.5 Verisign
VRSN 22.29 1.26 3 4.8m 21
+.29+145 1.2m 10o
VTAL 12.14 .51 +45 174 ..k
.68 29 160 51 35 50 38 E C+26.2 ACIWwde ACIW 10.99 1.44 +12 438 .. 52 8 77 E B23.6 VtlImgs
VMW 20.45 +.04 26 1.6m 21
2.24+106 5.7m 17 89 93 80 A D 19.3 ActivsnBlz ATVI 11.55 .40 +2 11m 17 56 98 12 A E 125 VMware
VOCS . 20.54 1.58 +13 317 32k
1.76 +20 4.5m 15 73 86 59 A E 48.5 AdobeSys r ADBE 27.99 2.01 +46 11m 14o 79 66 58 A D41.5 Vocus
.66 +29 65 9k 65 82 50 C D 58.3 AdvntSftw r ADVS 26.64 1.52 +45 656 39k
2.73 38 146 24
54 48 61 B B26.9 AladdinKno r ALDN 9.77 .37 50 49 10 73 69 42 A C 136 AffiltMgrs r AMG 58.4612.22 +68 1.4m 8
.10 +93 2.6m 15 75 68 58 B E 28.0 Allscrpts MDRX 10.08 1.02 +25 1.2m 21o 91 82 77 A B 80.8 AlliancDta r ADS 47.45 6.55 +75 2.6m 11
2.13 +5 401 15o
85 96 61 A E 49.9 Ansys
ANSS . 27.32 .85 27 885 17k 37 58 14 B E 92.0 AlliBern 15 AB 24.65 5.65 +45 968 6
4.73 +57 915 21
r UHAL 31.27 +1.06 +63 172 14o
99 82 81 A D+47.8 7Athenahltn ATHN 24.95 1.05 +27 439 73 28 59 38 D D79.9 Amerco
2.31+153 4.3m 15
82 88 53 A D51.3 Autodesk r ADSK 25.25 1.81 +9 4.6m 12o 39 46 21 B C+46.1 AmCpLtd31 r ACAS 13.40 1.50 +21 4.8m 4
4.33 +60 5.4m 17
92 93 66 A D 40.9 BMCSftwr BMC 24.86 .34 +37 3.6m 12 34 46 28 B D 63.6 AmerExp 3.0 AXP 24.00 3.12 +78 28m 8
.40 22 1.6m 28
82 84 47 A C+30.2 Blckbaud 2.8 BLKB 14.24 .69 7 446 15k 84 66 86 B E 23.9 APhysSv 1.7 AMPH 17.61 +.11+147 61 6k
1.63 +9 275 25
40 57 16 C C+69.3 Amerprs 3.3 r AMP 20.60 5.21+100 6.1m 5
70 49 82 A D 49.9 Blkboard BBBB 31.26 1.03 +20 439 41
1.33 +10 1.1m 24
73 70 47 B C+21.8 ApollInv 21 AINV 9.89 2.18 +49 2.0m 6
52 78 26 B D+53.4 BluCoat
BCSI 9.89 .69 +17 1.1m 8o
1.38 7 593 16o
97 90 77 A C 249 Blackrck 2.0 BLK 153.613.45 +78 1.1m 17
81 85 62 B D28.1 CAInc
1.0 CA 16.55 .46 +69 9.0m 12
27 23 20 C D 29.8 Blackst 13 r BX 8.71 3.99+272 6.6m ..o
.44 +51 7.2m 42
87 94 61 C E 65.9 Cerner
r CERN 33.75 3.93+123 1.7m 17
3.66 +90 3.3m 21
59 31 77 C C+26.7 BlckH&R 3.5 r HRB 17.13 2.15 +45 3.7m 12o
.19 +21 534 12k 85 79 74 A D26.8 CheckPtSf r CHKP 18.17 .50 +5 2.7m 10 36 49 42 B E 24.2 BrdrdgF 2.4 BR 11.85 .81 +55 1.4m 7
71
67
44
A
D
43.9
CitrixSys
r
CTXS
20.12
.46
+49
6.2m
14

3.03 +32 1.0m 12


41 63 38 .. E 21.6 BrkfInf
9 BIP 11.25 .82+119 111 ..o
1.56 5 2.1m 16 94 70 97 B C 30.0 CmptrPr 6.1 CPSI 23.47 3.24 +7 116 18k 95 89 81 A B 714 7CMEGrp 1.3 r CME 355.450.24 +98 2.7m 20
1.47 +21 552 8 97 99 90 A D+50.0 ConcurTch r CNQR 29.33 2.25 14 1.0m 47o 58 76 28 C B34.6 Calamos 4.3 CLMS 10.17 4.06 +14 258 7k
57
74
55
B
E
88.7
DSTSys
r
DST
44.11
2.22
28
503
12

56 39 63 B B 73.4 CaptlOne 4.5 r COF 33.41 2.38 +6 13m 5


1.48 1 1.1m 9
3.06+115 4.9m 13 46 63 32 B E 50.4 DealerTrk r TRAK 11.35 .71 7 596 11k 98 97 84 B B48.9 CashAmer .4 CSH 31.41 2.69 +42 773 10
EPIQ 11.07 1.39 9 321 19 84 72 86 B D+40.6 CassInfo 1.7 CASS 28.59 2.93 3 23 14k
2.13 +40 394 8o 72 74 58 B C+20.7 EPIQSys
97
99
92
A
E
40.3
Ebix
r
EBIX
22.33
2.67
47
47
12
k
81 45 75 B B 41.0 CohenStr 4.2 CNS 21.11 2.34 +37 369 13
3.26 +34 1.4m 8
CACC 14.75 2.63 1 24 6k
ECLP 15.97 1.54 8 751 17 90 83 79 A D31.5 CreditAcc
.03 +76 332 10 92 60 75 B C+26.3 Eclipsys
.91 +20 117 10 24 26 33 B E 61.6 ElecArts
ERTS 27.80 1.19 +13 6.4m 33 49 30 54 .. A 69.6 CrdSuis 4.6 CS 33.85 8.95+103 2.6m 78
5.78 +46 1.5m 14 34 54 44 C E 40.6 FairIsa
.5 r FIC 15.08 1.17 +12 759 8 98 99 84 A D 20.4 Cybrsrce r CYBS . 12.80 .63 +21 931 22
79
92
32
A
B
33.0
DollarFin
r
DLLR 11.52 .92 +15 332 5
1.48 +50 178 12 79 65 80 B D17.8 FundTech
FNDT 11.19 .44 62 11 16k
DUF 16.90 .92 10 49 23
ITWO 11.61 .48 69 129 16k 94 73 92 D B22.8 DuffPhlpn
1.65+125 1.8m 12 45 5 88 .. B 18.8 i2Tech
63 59 38 B C 50.0 EatnVan 2.8 r EV 21.25 3.75 +40 1.7m 11o
1.20 +77 223 99k 88 81 59 A D 19.3 Informatca r INFA 11.27 .21 +45 2.0m 14
77 56 83 B D 33.1 Intuit
r INTU 24.57 1.19 +42 7.1m 15o 55 38 73 B C+16.0 ElctrRnt 5.6 ELRC 10.78 +.37+175 163 13
1.28+104 731 7
79
71
71
A
E
40.2
Equifax
.6
r
EFX 26.62 .99+115 2.2m 11
60 78 35 B D25.5 JDASfwr JDAS 10.63 1.20 +8 348 7k
1.43 +28 1.5m 5
60 65 57 A E 29.2 JackHn 1.9 r JKHY 16.16 .97 3 1.0m 13k 69 78 48 B D+33.3 EuronetWW EEFT 12.87 1.55 13 453 10
.79 0 162 89
68
94
23
A E 34.5 KenexaCp r KNXA 9.82 .89 3 409 7 77 50 91 E B 27.9 Evercore 3.9 EVR 12.29 .22 +11 204 23k
4.92+107 6.4m 13
90 97 67 A C 35.2 LongtopFn
LFT 14.15 +.14 48 44 19o 98 98 84 A B19.3 EzcorpClA EZPW . 12.04 1.84 +28 932 10o
.82 3 516 6k
62 38 67 B B27.5 Macrvsn MVSN 12.16 1.05 +34 1.6m 16 75 99 13 A C+53.3 FCStonen r FCSX 10.27 1.73 20 438 5o
1.09 40 29 12
79 82 65 B E 30.5 ManhAssc MANH 17.74 .55 +7 308 11 67 60 35 A D+45.0 FedInvs 4.7 FII 20.35 2.96 1 2.0m 8
1.71 +51 4.8m 10
95 81 82 A B41.7 McAfee
r MFE 29.08 .13 +4 2.3m 15 64 68 56 B D27.0 FidNInfo 1.4 r FIS 14.68 .62 +12 2.4m 6k
.28 68 10 17 98 90 82 B B 24.0 7MedAsst MDAS 14.54 1.15 12 154 66 76 67 83 B D+28.7 FinlFedl
3.1 FIF 19.25 .99 +32 294 9
1.85 +31 1.3m 13
80 68 74 A D 37.5 Micrsft 2.3 MSFT 22.30 .71 +62 131m 11 77 56 89 A E 25.3 FstCshFinl r FCFS 14.84 .23 +67 533 16k
.70 +46 78 16 47 52 38 B E 112 MicroStr r MSTR 41.91 3.34 +11 184 9 84 85 65 A D56.8 Fiserv
r FISV 36.86 1.96 +15 2.3m 12
1.86 +65 6.7m 11
88 75 88 B E 63.6 NDSGrp
NNDS 48.22 .31 +38 154 17 65 66 40 A D143 FrankRes 1.3 r BEN 61.36 4.80 +47 2.7m 8
3.70 +91 409 17 32 46 30 .. D+46.0 NetSuiten
N 12.11 1.14 +19 308 ..o 76 84 75 B E 51.5 GATX 3.4 r GMT 31.66 1.71 +53 986 9
1.77 19 238 11 81 96 48 A D22.6 NuanceCm NUAN 10.71 .48 +29 4.5m 14o 77 34 77 B B 73.4 GAMCO
.3 GBL 39.75 2.47 +26 108 16
2.06 +9 773 6 97 88 80 A B 39.1 OpenText OTEX . 25.39 2.42 41 743 12 47 34 41 B E 20.8 GldstnC 17 GLAD 9.87 .48 +48 173 6
.96+114 1.5m 9 86 44 97 D B+14.4 OpnetTech r OPNT 9.85 1.18 52 43 99k 98 90 90 A D49.9 GloblPay .2 GPN . 40.07 3.51 +29 1.0m 18o
.69+113 111 30k 96 93 70 A D23.6 Oracle
ORCL 16.21 .67 +34 58m 11o 94 69 96 B B92.9 Greenhi 3.0 r GHL 60.92 6.77 +44 490 15
6.60 +73 62 7k 94 93 77 A D21.5 ParmTch r PMTC 13.73 .88 0 2.0m 10 94 81 80 B B+33.0 7HrtldPay 1.8 HPY 20.23 .64 +26 486 19k
... +7 563 37 83 69 88 C C+15.1 Pegsys 1.1 PEGA 10.73 .26 +12 120 37k 60 67 52 .. C+35.9 IntrctBrkn r IBKR 19.18 1.05 +21 1.1m 9
1.18 +26 4.4m 6 97 67 87 B D+25.3 PhaseFwd PFWD 16.84 .71 +28 453 20k 84 99 39 A C+194 IntcntlEx
ICE 68.7513.92 +33 2.9m 15
1.27 +89 654 12k 79 76 61 B D+34.0 ProgSftw
PRGS 20.56 1.50 +22 338 10 59 73 33 C D37.7 IntlAsst
r IAAC 15.25 .97 +37 61 5
1.07 38 629 7 99 96 98 A C+47.9 QualtyS 3.3 QSII . 36.00 1.00 +44 567 23 64 63 28 B B 32.3 Invesco 4.3 r IVZ 13.00 3.15 3 5.7m 7
.92 +45 6.1m 19o 26 21 50 D E 31.2
3.16 +69 40m 15o 91 64 98 .. B+14.9
.90 +64 13m 11o 34 68 28 C E 57.2
2.38 +45 81 19k 21 27 31 D E 26.5
2.30 26 3.4m 14o 99 88 92 A C 229

4. CONSUMER

.97+115 3.0m 8o 57 33 74 D B 42.2 CSSIndst 2.5 r CSS 23.76


2.03 +22 196 10 86 90 39 A D75.4 CapellaE
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CHTT 65.02
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2.62 12 592 15o 95 64 93 A D 66.9 Clorox
3.2 r CLX 56.69
1.09 15 292 24 94 76 82 A E 82.0
1.22 +8 188 31 98 72 95 C B+18.3
3.83 +40 9.6m 5o 25 26 46 C E 36.0
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DTSInc
DTSI 16.84
DeVry
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DolbyLab
DLB 28.75
EstmKod 3.9 r EK 12.70
Ecolab
1.3 ECL 38.84
86 56 87 D A28.1 ElizArden RDEN 16.26
84 78 72 A D119 Energizer
ENR 66.16
91 75 88 B E 54.8 EsteeLd 1.4 r EL 40.12
55 25 79 C C 44.3 HNICorp 4.5 r HNI 19.09
14 26 20 C E 89.6 Harman .2 r HAR 22.01
97 77 92 A C+41.7 Hasbro 2.8 r HAS 28.74
79 57 87 D C+24.7 HelenTroy HELE 15.80
99 98 69 A C+51.1 Herbalfe 2.6 r HLF 30.65
78 62 81 B D24.8 HillenI 4.0 r HI 18.18
47 20 65 B D24.0 HookFu 2.9 r HOFT 13.70
97 96 76 A D 131 ITTEduc
ESI 66.57
90 73 59 B B20.0 InterPr 1.3 IPAR 10.28
89 62 79 B D+54.4 IntFlavr 2.8 IFF 36.22
52 35 52 D B22.4 iRobot
IRBT 10.32
86 57 82 B C+30.6 JakksPac JAKK 19.97
66 74 61 B D36.0 Jarden
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93 84 89 .. C+31.0 7K12nya
LRN 21.51
90 57 85 B D+71.2 KimbCla 4.1 KMB 57.01
85 85 66 A E 19.1 Knoll
4.8 r KNL 10.03
54 49 32 B D27.7 LearngTree LTRE 9.75
76 39 96 C B24.6 LeggPlat 5.9 r LEG 16.94
94 88 83 C C+16.0 7LincEduSv r LINC 10.75
98 76 93 A C 38.5 MarvelEnt MVL . 27.25
85 60 91 B D20.4 Matrixx
MTXX 14.88
53 30 68 B E 23.4 Mattel 5.3 r MAT 14.26
91 75 85 B C+58.6 MathInt .6 MATW 41.11
95 93 74 A D78.9 Middleby MIDD 41.66
81 92 55 A D 33.9 MllrHer 2.0 MLHR 17.80
85 52 84 B D+41.4 NBTY
NTY 27.21
87 61 95 D B+12.4 NLIndus 4.5 NL 11.04
95 90 86 B D80.6 Natl Pr 2.0 NPK 49.48
99 98 79 A D 92.2 NwOriEd
EDU . 55.00
31 45 47 B D29.5 NewellRb 6.5 NWL 12.83
86 71 67 B D+20.0 NuSkin 3.6 r NUS 12.11
81 48 77 B B 34.0 NutriSys 4.7 NTRI 14.97

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Biotech Bounces Up
From 200-Day Line

Group 60
o$24.90
SPARTAN STORES INC (SPTN) Group 20 $23.99 SYNAPTICS INC (SYNA)
99 Comp. Rating 86 EPS RS 96 ROE 17% 21.4M Shares 97 Comp. Rating 89 EPS RS 93 ROE 32% 31.4M Shares
DISTRIBUTES FOOD TO NEARLY 400 INDEPENDENT GROCERY STORES AND
OPERATES 84 SUPERMARKETS IN MI, OH AND IN.

+26% Ann. EPS Gro PE 15 Avg. Daily Vol 181,800 Debt 69%
Last Qtr Eps +21%5 Prior Qtr +13%6 Last Qtr Sales +13%
United TherapeuticsUTHR is bounc- 1 Qtrs EPS ) 15%
ing from its 200-day moving aver- Eps Due 10/17

age line after spending the last two


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+20% Ann. EPS Gro PE 19 Avg. D. Vol 1,472,300 Debt 110%


Last Qtr Eps +29%5 Prior Qtr +21%6 Last Qtr Sales +35%
7 Qtrs EPS ) 15%
Eps Due 11/1
R&D 13%

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Acc/Dis BSup/Demand 92

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Vol% Vol P

74 80 44 A D53.4
40 41 64 D D+34.5
68 69 20 B B 37.1
62 23 86 D C 29.3
66 23 97 D C+45.6
19 23 22 E E 26.7
90 84 77 C C+19.8
67 20 95 .. B 52.9
36 51 11 B D+88.2
83 79 82 B E 36.6
83 92 59 B D+58.0
51 40 45 A D 38.4
51 43 69 .. D18.9
91 98 67 A D 320
77 79 61 B C+36.0
14 23 8 E C+76.3
48 58 43 B E 26.5
68 62 78 B D 26.1
49 16 64 B E 18.0
58 95 14 A C+95.3
93 99 74 A C 50.5
43 61 11 B B56.8
72 55 81 D A 19.8
80 88 48 A B33.8
48 23 69 E C+18.8
47 40 25 B C+49.4
68 67 50 B B 122
85 69 82 B D 19.4
54 42 62 E B58.8
91 66 82 A B 53.0
92 76 68 A B70.2
86 69 74 B C+38.3
90 95 75 B C+26.4
73 79 78 C C+76.6
68 69 44 A E 33.1
96 78 94 C B+22.5
96 93 85 A C+28.8
85 89 42 A D86.6
94 70 97 B B+60.6
7 8 16 C C+193
75 76 67 B D25.4
74 93 39 A D+28.4
52 69 36 B E 29.5
35 74 32 C E 34.4
58 58 74 B E 50.0
76 65 74 B D89.8
62 62 24 A D38.0
86 78 82 A E 28.6
99 84 90 A B53.3
88 87 70 A D+46.0
92 79 69 A B 41.1

InvTech
ITG 22.51 1.69 +63 1.2m 8
JacksnHw 6.1 JTX 11.89 1.16 +94 727 8o
JanusCap .3 JNS 12.21 1.94 +32 5.0m 10
JeffrsGp
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KaynAEn 15 KED 11.16 1.21 2 54 ..
KnightCap NITE 11.84 .94 +15 2.0m 9
LazardL 1.1 LAZ 37.02 5.13 +31 1.6m 15
LeggMs 5.1 LM 19.00 6.25 +76 5.8m 3
LenderPS
LPS 26.56 1.39 18 652 9
M&FWorld r MFW 29.00 1.69 1 103 9
MSCIIncn
MXB 18.00 1.51 +15 938 24o
MVCCap 4.3 MVC 11.19 +.21+280 403 43
MastrCd .4 MA . 155.7 7.84 +10 4.6m 21
McGthR 4.2 r MGRC 18.91 2.74 +45 132 10
MerrlLyn 10 MER 13.32 4.66 +20 66m ..
Metavnten MV 13.30 +.06 +93 745 8
MobileMini MINI 15.10 1.08 +19 354 10
NGPCap 14 NGPC 11.24 .96 +73 245 11o
NYSEEur 5.1 r NYX 23.66 5.17 +77 11m 7
NasdaqOMX NDAQ 24.75 2.25 +34 4.7m 13
NatlFinP 9.0 NFP 9.35 3.57 +9 667 3
Nelnet
NNI 10.08 2.06 22 227 6
Net1UEPS UEPS 16.40 1.76 +25 466 10o
Nomura 2.5 NMR 11.44 .72 +10 448 ..k
OppenHl 2.6 OPY 16.61 2.65 +9 59 5k
Orix
2.2 IX 51.38 +.88+123 58 7
PensonW r PNSN 10.24 .56 +8 291 8
PiperJaff
r PJC 25.06 4.94 +56 487 38
PortRec
PRAA 32.50 4.00 +16 200 10
PrceTR 2.4 r TROW 40.00 6.05 +88 5.9m 16
RaymJam 2.0 r RJF 21.78 2.71 +52 2.6m 10
RiskMetn RMG 15.65 .26 +94 570 48
Ryder 2.0 r R 46.00 6.49 +20 1.3m 10
SEI
1.0 r SEIC 15.47 2.35 +58 1.7m 11k
SWSGrp 2.6 r SWS 13.66 2.22 +59 427 12k
Schwb 1.3 r SCHW 18.25 .93 +49 19m 17
StateStr 2.3 STT 42.33 1.27 +45 10m 7
StifelFin
SF 38.77 4.34 +12 436 15
StdntLn 12 STU 46.0037.25+278 103 7k
TNSInc
TNS 14.53 1.82 17 168 10
TALIntl 12 TAL 13.75 1.77 +9 120 7k
TotalSys 2.0 TSS 13.75 .47 +8 1.3m 10
UtdRental
URI 11.12 +.16 +22 1.5m 4
VeriFone
PAY 11.98 +.17 0 1.8m 92o
Visan
.8 V . 50.48 2.15 8 10m ..o
WaddllR 4.9 WDR 15.39 .42 +13 1.8m 9k
WstnUn .2 r WU 18.60 .04 +66 12m 15
WestwdH 3.3 WHG 36.00 6.07 +92 51 15k
WrldAcptc WRLD 23.43 3.55 +63 430 7
WrightExp r WXS 21.61 1.49 2 325 10

37 82 8 A E 51.9
64 21 80 D B 19.2
93 71 97 B B32.7
65 31 62 C A32.0
83 40 95 B B+45.3
89 54 82 B A61.4
80 39 88 B B73.1
85 91 47 A B25.7

AldIrish 20 AIB
Ameris 2.0 r ABCB
ArrowF 4.3 r AROW
AssBanc 8.1 ASBC
BB&T
6.7 BBT
BOKFnl 2.2 BOKF
Bancfst 2.2 BANF
BcBilVA 7.1 BBV

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11.90
9.90
23.00
15.72
28.25
41.27
40.51
13.30

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1.26
3.81
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4.76
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+39 49 12k
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Psychological Market Indicators


Date

12 MONTH HISTORY
Low
Date High

Date

5 YEAR HISTORY
Low
Date High Current

Public/NYSE Specialist Short Sales


10/12/07 8.31 07/04/08 21.91 02/04/05 1.18 07/04/08 21.91

16.78

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CBOEMarket Volatility Index (over 50 is bullish)


05/20/08 14.1 10/08/08 83.1 07/15/05 8.2 10/08/08 83.1

78.1

Ratio of price premiums in Puts versus Calls


01/21/08 0.34 10/06/08 2.58 01/21/08 0.34 10/06/08 2.58

2.46

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MutualFund Share Purchases/Redemptions(X-Money Market Funds)


07/01/08 0.92 12/03/07 1.40 07/01/08 0.92 12/01/06 1.50 0.97
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NASDAQ Daily Trading Volume as % of NYSEDaily Volume


03/20/08 108.3 08/29/08 207 09/16/05 79.1 08/29/08 207

167

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Number of Stock Splits in IBD 6000 (prior 30 days)


03/03/08 15 01/04/08 70 03/03/08 15 06/19/06

87

25

New Issues in Last Year as % of All Stocks on NYSE


10/08/08 4.1% 12/13/07 9.0% 10/29/03 2.1% 03/16/05 9.3%

4.1%

Price-to-Book Value of Dow Jones Industrial Average


10/08/08 2.59 10/31/07 4.41 10/08/08 2.59 10/09/07 4.42

2.59

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Priceto Earnings Ratio of Dow Jones Industrial Average


11/26/07 15.5 05/29/08 102.0 11/26/07 15.5 05/29/08 102.0

92.9

Current % Dividend Yield of Dow Jones Industrial Average


10/12/07 2.16 10/08/08 3.47 02/17/04 1.95 10/08/08 3.47

3.47

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Earnings Per Share Growth Rating
6 6 666 High Stock % Yield Symbl Price Chg Chg 1000 E
Relative Price Strength Rating
Sales+Profit Margins+Return On Equity 80 93 64 A D 145 HDFCBnk .9 HDB 66.35 3.79 +18 788 18
Accumulation/Distribution (last 3 mos)
68 40 83 B C+99 HSBCHold 6.5 HBC 70.51 5.50 +24 3.1m 10o
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94 65 97 B A68.4 HncHld 2.2 r HBHC 43.41 5.29 +38 461 17k
6 6 666 High Stock % Yield Symbl Price Chg Chg 1000 E
82 46 83 C B+20.6 HarlyNat 7.1 HNBC 11.27 3.03 +41 160 12k
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56 94 26 A E 25.2 BcBrads 2.9 BBD 10.17 .59 +9 12m 7
89 62 90 C B+27.1 HeartFin 2.2 r HTLF 18.51 4.55 +26 37 12k
56 90 29 A D25.9 BncoItau .7 ITU . 10.59 .01 +23 10m 6
67 30 79 C C+21.8 HrtgCom 2.9 HTBK 11.01 1.01 6 40 33k
30 30 55 C D+21.4 BncLatno 8.0 BLX 11.00 1.30 +42 272 5
97 93 97 B B 35.0 7HmBk 1.1 r HOMB 21.87 3.73 +52 94 17k
73 86 81 .. C+31.9 7BcMacro4.5 r BMA 17.70 .49 41 108 6
65 74 52 A D57.7 BcSanCh 6.0 SAN 30.95 1.05 +15 228 9k 84 38 92 B B 70.7 Iberiabk 3.1 IBKC 44.36 5.20 +86 193 13k
85 92 57 A D22.3 BncSntdr 6.2 STD . 13.14 1.51 7 1.4m 6k 15 44 17 B E 74.3 ICICIBk 2.9 IBN 17.35 .23 +45 5.5m 11
71 92 44 A D44.0 BanColo 6.5 CIB 21.10 +1.82 +74 945 6o 84 53 84 B C 39.2 IndBMA 3.1 INDB 22.92 3.57 +16 136 10k
91 60 95 B B 31.9 BcSouth 4.2 BXS 21.00 2.30 1 1.2m 12 89 55 85 B A33.0 IntlBcs 3.4 IBOC 19.17 3.24 +44 460 9k
69 25 73 C B 16.9 BncTrst 6.7 BTFG 7.73 3.92+111 96 16k 60 22 89 C B50.6 JPMorgC 4.1 JPM 36.68 2.62 +67 87m 12
15 8 47 C D53.0 BnkofAm 6.5 BAC 19.63 2.47+117 196m 15o 57 95 21 A C+92.3 KBFncl 6.7 KB 30.39 2.71 +3 718 3
94 65 92 A B+70.0 BkHawai 3.8 r BOH 45.75 2.10 +60 1.1m 11k 57 40 46 C C+16.3 LakeldB 5.1 LBAI 7.89 2.52 +58 135 11k
35 81 6 A D 79.0 BnkIrel
28 IRE 13.70 2.14 24 142 1 82 56 74 B B 30.1 LakeFinl 3.6 LKFN 17.05 3.44 +62 63 11k
43 34 53 C B67.6 BkMont 8.1 BMO 32.99 2.31+103 1.0m 9 13 23 16 C D 47.0 LloydsT 21 LYG 13.00 1.70 26 783 4
60 68 34 A D+50.3 BankNY 4.1 BK 23.18 1.27 +22 17m 8 80 44 79 C B+108 M&TBnk 4.3 MTB 64.73 8.81 +7 2.0m 9
69 57 68 B B57.2 BkNova 5.2 BNS 35.95 4.55 +15 644 9 78 26 90 C A38.0 MBFinl 2.8 r MBFI 25.55 1.64 8 224 16k
91 61 94 B B 36.8 BkOzark 2.5 OZRK 20.85 3.47 +7 183 10k 87 49 95 C B 23.7 MnSrce 3.8 MSFG 15.41 1.05 +81 160 12k
56 32 65 C C 35.7 Banner 2.0 BANR 9.78 2.61 22 193 10k 59 18 68 C B+37.1 MarshIl 9 r MI 13.82 3.63 +44 8.4m ..
26 32 27 B D+54.8 Barclays 16 BCS 15.99 2.06 +10 2.2m 3o 9 48 6 C E 69.2 MorgStan 8.7 MS 12.45 4.35+134 100m 2o
92 59 93 B A20.0 CVBFncl 3.6 r CVBF 9.51 1.17 8 851 12k 93 68 97 B A 36.5 NBTBncp 3.4 NBTB 23.47 3.17 +32 269 14k
43 39 55 C B108 CnImpBk 7.4 r CM 44.60 5.02+151 1.1m 5o 94 62 71 A B+20.0 NatPenn 5.9 NPBC 11.50 1.71 +47 1.3m 8
75 42 86 C C 34.5 CapCty 3.4 r CCBG 21.78 3.22+225 140 14k 97 75 96 C A17.4 NewAlliB 2.1 NAL 13.47 1.21 +66 1.5m 27
57 7 90 D B 27.0 CaptlBcp 1.7 CBC 11.87 .97 6 88 16k 87 89 64 A D 88.9 NorthnTr 2.2 NTRS 50.92 5.88 +7 3.6m 11
90 51 94 B A 35.0 CathyG 2.5 r CATY 16.48 3.09 +29 967 7x 84 37 97 C A28.2 OldNtlBc 5.7 ONB 16.12 1.00 +2 1.1m 13k
86 41 96 B C+14.8 CntrFin 1.9 CLFC 10.36 1.44 25 115 8k 93 64 90 B A30.9 OldSecBc 3.7 OSBC 17.28 1.00 +75 176 8k
56 11 78 E B+29.5 CenPacF 3.6 CPF 11.23 2.44 26 455 .. 97 70 97 B B24.4 OrientFn 3.4 OFG 16.47 .63 +48 389 8k
86 54 97 C B+43.0 ChemFn 4.6 r CHFC 25.41 4.11 20 135 15k 82 50 94 C B88.0 PNCFinl 4.3 PNC 61.27 6.48 +23 6.1m 13
63 4 95 D C+14.2 Chicopee r CBNK 12.91 .09 22 19 99k 82 60 72 C A28.8 PacfcCap 6.9 PCBC 12.71 2.26 +15 716 7
13 23 36 E D49.0 Citigrp
9 C 12.93 1.47 +57 187m .. 93 59 90 B A+16.6 PacfcCn 3.5 PCBK 11.58 2.31 +60 37 10k
92 67 91 B B 54.3 CtyHld 3.8 CHCO 35.75 4.78 +68 217 11k 77 21 91 C A+58.7 FCmtBc 5.9 PACW 21.57 6.78 7 489 10
80 26 92 B B74.1 CityNatl 4.0 CYN 47.99 5.41 +77 1.9m 12 86 42 90 B B+92.0 ParkNatl 6.7 PRK 56.2511.75 +88 113 10k
54 40 63 .. B 30.8 CityBank 5.9 CTBK 10.20 2.96 +53 181 4k 95 70 93 .. A21.8 PeopUtd 3.7 r PBCT 16.42 1.51 +37 5.4m 25
79 26 95 B B18.1 Cobiz 2.9 COBZ 9.66 1.07 10 117 13k 76 49 72 C B 29.3 PeBcOH 5.4 PEBO 17.02 3.97 +34 37 8k
63 35 57 B B33.9 ColumBk 5.9 COLB 11.59 3.17 15 156 7k 99 79 94 B B 36.6 PinnclFnPt PNFP 23.06 2.64 28 104 16k
48 17 60 C B 54.5 Comerica 5.8 r CMA 22.72 4.06 +39 6.3m 7 80 23 96 D C+49.5 PrvtBcp 1.0 PVTB 30.87 3.81 +18 466 ..
92 67 89 B A55.5 CmcBcs 2.6 CBSH 38.00 3.94 +46 632 11k 93 62 95 A A46.5 ProspBs 1.7 PRSP 28.87 2.36 +6 647 13k
88 57 90 C B+33.0 CmtyBkSy 4.4 CBU 20.11 1.13 +33 412 13k 83 58 75 D A 21.5 ProvidFS 3.9 PFS 11.38 1.13 +43 1.0m 17k
88 55 90 C B+46.3 CmtyTrBc 4.3 CTBI 26.68 2.75+135 158 10k 89 45 80 B B+26.0 Renasnt 4.4 RNST 15.50 2.70 +58 153 9k
59 82 42 B D86.9 Credico 3.3 BAP 45.24 +.39 +26 523 8k 94 70 97 B B+35.5 RepBKY 2.3 RBCAA 21.00 4.69 +11 133 11k
92 62 90 B B 65.1 CullenFr 3.6 CFR 46.85 .68 +17 815 12 73 71 69 B C 59.3 RoyalBk 5.3 r RY 35.97 4.53+117 2.1m 8o
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87 58 95 B C 47.1 S&TBcp 4.1 STBA 30.26 2.98 7 204 13k
25 51 17 C D 135 DeutschB 15 DB 46.25 6.36 +59 1.7m 5
94 59 91 B A45.2 SCBTFi 2.3 SCBT 30.18 4.76 +55 50 12k
79 34 88 B B+38.4 EWBcp 3.3 EWBC 12.00 .33 +54 2.3m 12
SIVB 45.02 5.58 +22 778 12k
74 58 67 B D 25.9 EntFnlSv 1.4 EFSC 15.46 1.56 +68 44 11k 92 64 92 B A 73.6 SVBFincl
82 40 77 B B 20.7 FNBCorp 9 FNB 10.61 1.87 +24 935 9k 90 60 92 B B36.1 SYBcp 3.1 r SYBT 21.87 4.23 +20 53 13k
90 56 95 C B32.7 FarmrCp 5.4 FFKT 24.50 1.00 +25 26 11k 73 27 82 B B31.7 SndySp 5.4 SASR 17.80 1.32 +22 113 9k
24 9 33 B C 35.2 FfthThr 6.2 FITB 9.73 2.28 +22 17m 6 37 60 20 A D146 Shinhan 2.8 SHG 47.09 1.46 +95 157 4k
77 50 69 C B+22.5 FnclInst 4.3 r FISI 13.81 3.12 +21 43 9k 83 68 73 B C 32.1 SierraB 4.5 BSRR 14.96 6.76 +80 51 7k
84 48 79 B B 21.3 FstBcNC 5.8 FBNC 13.20 2.22 +36 43 8k 95 75 93 B B+50.7 SigntrBk SBNY 28.00 .13 1 556 20k
77 23 88 B B23.0 FstBusey 5.4 BUSE 14.71 3.11 10 91 15k 84 45 88 C B+43.9 SimnsFt 2.9 r SFNC 25.77 4.25 +27 64 13k
87 54 94 C B+16.2 FstCwlFn 6.6 FCF 10.31 1.17 +20 888 15k 93 68 76 A B24.5 SmthBcp 1.1 SMTB 15.15 2.73 +25 33 10k
89 40 93 B B+39.0 FCmBsh 3.6 FCBC 31.20 1.21+104 70 12k 99 84 96 A A 27.0 SouthsBc 2.6 SBSI 20.13 .78 +27 92 12
80 28 90 C A23.5 SWBcOK 2.8 OKSB 13.56 2.04 19 58 10k
93 58 97 C B+50.0 FirstF 2.5 THFF 34.55 3.89 +14 48 16k
71 24 90 D B17.0 StateBcp 3.4 STBC 11.88 1.68 +41 41 22k
93 65 94 B B 67.0 FstFnlBk 3.2 FFIN 42.55 6.12 +87 221 17k
73 47 74 C B30.0 FMerch 5.6 r FRME 16.30 1.52 +50 125 9k 79 25 77 B B 22.7 Stellar 5.0 STEL 12.82 2.17 +12 72 9k
74 37 80 C B+40.1 FMidBc 6.6 FMBI 18.66 2.98 +25 986 8k 86 60 85 C B 18.6 SterlngB 6.7 STL 11.31 1.96 10 127 12k
82 52 83 C B+30.0 FrstSrce 3.5 SRCE 16.00 2.78 +11 71 12k 94 66 92 A B 49.0 SuffkNY 3.0 SUBK 29.78 5.43 +91 58 12k
82 42 89 C B+30.9 Fstmerit 7.0 FMER 16.52 3.79 +42 1.6m 10 53 23 80 D D 17.0 SunBcpNJ r SNBC 9.23 .96 +13 53 13k
42 17 73 D D+78.0 SunTrst 8.9 STI 34.75 7.00 +77 14m 11
76 51 74 C B 17.0 FultnFn 7.1 FULT 8.42 1.61 +41 2.0m 9k
83 40 75 B B 27.7 SusqBnc 8.2 SUSQ 12.66 2.86 +48 1.5m 8k
93 74 96 B B40.1 GlacrBnc 2.8 GBCI 18.50 .89 +47 874 13
30 50 32 B E 250 GldmSch 1.4 r GS 101.411.65 +50 28m 6o 64 9 84 C B+19.0 Synovus 2.8 SNV 8.60 1.88 +95 13m 11
86 33 91 B A37.3 GreenBs 3.2 GRNB 16.15 2.97 17 90 10k 78 20 91 B A28.0 TCFFinl 7.0 TCB 14.26 2.19 +29 4.0m 10
66 23 96 E B+30.0 TaylorC
TAYC 9.86 .34 16 49 ..k
91 55 93 C A 29.9 TxCapBsh
TCBI 16.67 1.52 +63 504 15k
HOURLY NYSE VOLUME & MARKET CHANGES
92 67 87 B B59.3 Tompkns 3.7 r TMP 37.25 4.00 +48 41 12k
NYTime
Thu Wed Chg S&P500 Dow Jones Ind. 66 52 62 B B75.6 TorDmBk 5.1 TD 45.80 4.20+123 2.1m 8o
10 AM
852 1072 -220
+3.4 +44.8 9302.9 96 69 95 C B27.9 TwneBk 1.9 TOWN 16.74 3.99 +49 75 17k
11 AM
2118 2488 -370
-11.9 -91.1 9166.9 82 24 97 B A32.8 TricoBc 3.3 TCBK 15.64 3.47 +4 58 13k
12 PM
3214 3508 -293
-9.7 -81.8 9176.3 76 29 75 C A 34.0 Trustmk 5.6 TRMK 16.49 2.72 5 557 10k
01 PM
3900 4378 -478
-11.7 -97.4 9160.6 14 23 30 E C+55.3 UBS
UBS 15.50 1.00 21 5.2m ..
02 PM
4676 5440 -764
-10.3 -77.9 9180.2 93 80 94 C B69.6 UMBFi 1.5 r UMBF 44.10 6.42 +57 523 22k
03 PM
5582 6603 -1020
-32.9 -253.3 9004.7 88 57 93 B B+42.2 USBancp 5.9 USB 28.93 1.90 +41 32m 11
04 PM
8135 8540 -404
-75.0 -678.9 8579.1
69 17 85 C B+23.1 Umpqu 6.8 UMPQ 11.15 3.35 +80 1.3m 13
TOTAL
8135 8540 -404
UBB 61.70 4.63 +31 2.7m 20o
............................................................................................. 44 91 22 B E 161 Unibanco
79 25 95 C B 29.2 UnBksh 3.9 UBSH 19.10 4.30 +34 47 15k
NYSE BLOCK TRADES (10,000 SHARES OR MORE) 92 28 99 B A74.6 UnBnCal 2.8 UB 73.37 +.06 89 392 19
NYSE COMPOSITE INDEX % CHANGE DAILY
91 52 86 B A 52.6 UtdBkWV 5.2 UBSI 22.39 4.80 +79 791 10
9th
8th
7th
6th
3rd 64 23 79 C B 24.8 UtdCmBk 3.5 UCBI 10.21 2.34 +82 675 9k
90 56 97 B B39.0 UnivPA 3.0 UVSP 26.80 3.14 +83 41 13k
N/A
5675
4663
5647
4332 87 55 89 B B 24.8 VallyNBc 4.9 VLY 16.46 2.32 6 1.1m 13
-7.9%
-1.3%
-5.4%
-4.7%
-0.9% 87 63 85 B B 33.3 WshTr 4.2 WASH 20.00 1.16+146 81 11k
............................................................................................
81 47 92 B B 44.7 WellsFg 5.1 r WFC 26.49 5.41+105 114m 10
HOURLY NASDAQ VOLUME & MARKET CHANGES 91 28 98 B A35.1 Wesbc 4.8 WSBC 23.22 1.78 +48 244 13k
NYTime
Thu Wed
Chg Nasdaq Composite. 71 29 76 B B 16.0 WestBc 7.0 WTBA 9.08 2.32 14 53 10k
48 6 61 D A 30.8 WstCtB .5 WCBO 7.91 2.70 +21 140 23k
10 AM
269
462
-192
+15.3
1755.7
87 53 91 B B93.7 WAmB 3.0 r WABC 46.34 2.68 +37 630 15
11 AM
682 1047
-364
-1.6
1738.7
12 PM
1095 1466
-370
+7.7
1748.0 70 26 86 C B27.7 WstnAllBc WAL 10.30 3.35 +47 245 16k
01 PM
1346 1842
-495
-0.2
1740.1 77 92 51 A D+144 WstpacBk 9 WBK 69.34 2.41 +44 34 7
02 PM
1640 2305
-665
+3.3
1743.6 67 24 79 C C+33.0 Whitny 7.1 r WTNY 17.51 1.99 +47 1.3m 11
03 PM
1985 2755
-769
-35.1
1705.2 76 42 73 B B+46.8 WilmtnTr 6.0 WL 22.88 3.42 +69 2.3m 9k
04 PM
2949 3490
-540
-88.6
1651.7 93 62 98 B A16.5 WilshB 1.8 WIBC 10.93 .37 +43 274 12k
66 27 74 D A45.3 Wintrst 1.6 WTFC 22.50 5.52 +38 654 11
TOTAL
2949 3490
-540
............................................................................................ 80 31 88 C B 17.9 YadknVF 4.6 YAVY 11.39 3.51+192 104 10k
71 30 75 C A72.4 ZionBcp 5.9 ZION 29.38 4.18 +17 5.6m 6

NASDAQ BLOCK TRADES (10,000 SHARES OR MORE)


9th
N/A

8th
10461

7th
8401

6th
10390

8. FOOD/BEV

3rd
42 81 17 B D49.0
7507
............................................................................................ 67 82 51 B E 59.6
THURSDAY VOLUME TOTAL
2,851,370,000 74 30 87 B B48.8
58 15 58 C B 25.2
638
STOCKS ADVANCED ON
207,728,000 97 74 94 B D+40.9
72 73 68 E D 25.8
2350
STOCKS DECLINED ON
2,594,452,000
61 51 75 C B64.2
87
STOCKS UNCHANGED ON
49,190,000 81 78 73 A E 65.6
27 41 38 C E 27.1

ArchrDan 3.3 ADM


Cadbury 1.2 CBY
CalMne 2.4 CALM
Calavo 3.4 CVGW
CmpblSp 2.9 r CPB
Chiquita
CQB
CcColaB 2.7 COKE
CocaCo 3.5 KO
CocaClEn 2.3 CCE

15.60
33.35
26.01
10.36
35.02
11.93
36.80
43.30
12.13

1.43 8 8.0m 5
1.65 +13 435 11
.44 69 334 4o
1.26+145 98 30
2.74 +74 4.0m 17o
.94 2 742 13o
4.17 +71 54 23k
4.11 +82 23m 14
1.32+138 7.1m 8

IBD Composite Rating


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

Dividend

Close

Vol% Vol P

IBD Composite Rating


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

Dividend

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Vol% Vol P

6 6 666 High Stock % Yield Symbl Price Chg Chg 1000 E 6 6 666 High Stock % Yield Symbl Price Chg Chg 1000 E

52 82 63 .. E 63.8
48 89 13 B D50.1
86 57 77 C D26.2
41 89 24 B E 55.0
60 30 91 B E 29.2
98 73 98 D A+30.9
75 70 92 B E 26.9
47 90 46 .. E 23.0
99 82 96 B B32.7
58 87 58 .. D49.8
32 28 26 C E 39.8
95 73 93 B D72.0
93 83 68 C D+35.1
88 96 55 A B 68.4
97 68 88 A D53.0
70 30 89 B D 46.2
76 66 84 C D 42.8
82 38 86 C B 38.8
95 66 89 A D 58.5
94 60 87 B D 35.3
66 8 94 D C+25.2
93 69 90 B D42.1
60 67 63 C D+43.4
54 76 51 C E 36.0
94 73 81 A E 79.8
45 72 24 B E 66.8
98 65 97 B A74.1
68 12 84 B B+50.5
84 69 68 B D17.0
79 64 68 C D33.1
26 26 31 D C+32.2
94 63 88 B C 56.7
84 99 57 A D52.2
52 22 89 D D35.0
98 54 98 C B31.6
18 4 55 D E 19.5
91 66 69 A D+37.3
89 66 68 A D38.3
45 86 10 A E 145

CocaCFm 1.3 KOF 36.32


CcColaH 2.7 CCH 14.19
ConAgra 4.1 r CAG 18.36
CornPr 2.6 r CPO 21.22
DeanFds
DF 19.78
DiamdFd .7 DMND 26.19
DrPepSnn
DPS 22.99
EmbtldB 2.1 AKOB 11.70
FlowrsF 2.3 r FLO 26.15
Fomento 1.6 FMX 28.71
FrshDelM
FDP 14.54
GenMills 2.9 GIS 60.22
HainCelstl HAIN 20.06
HansenNat r HANS 23.38
HeinzHJ 3.8 HNZ 43.77
Hershey 3.4 HSY 34.85
HormelFd 2.3 HRL 32.36
J&JSnack 1.4 r JJSF 26.67
Kellogg 2.8 K 48.62
KraftFdA 4.2 KFT 27.70
Lance
3.2 LNCE 19.93
McCorm 2.6 MKC 34.45
PepsiBtl 2.9 r PBG 23.39
PepsiAmr 3.3 r PAS 16.21
PepsiCo 2.9 PEP 59.52
Perdigao
PDA 24.66
Ralcorp
RAH 62.54
SandrFa1.7 r SAFM 33.00
SaraLee 4.0 SLE 10.52
Sensient 3.4 SXT 22.34
SmithfldF
SFD 12.93
Smucker 2.9 r SJM 43.43
Synutran SYUT 18.75
TootsieR 1.4 TR 23.24
TreeHseFd THS 28.87
TysonA 1.5 TSN 10.71
Unilever 4.1 UN 23.67
Unilever 4.3 UL 23.49
WimmBD .9 WBD . 39.55

3.73 +86 338 9k


.76 +29 123 7
.69 +96 11m 17o
.36 +60 1.4m 7
1.80 +22 2.6m 20o
3.06 +68 318 28
.80 +33 4.9m 10o
.56 31 18 8k
2.78 +57 2.0m 23o
2.49 +21 1.8m 12
2.44 +53 870 4
5.04 +81 6.0m 16o
2.19 +22 653 14
3.27 26 2.7m 13o
3.37 +96 5.9m 16o
2.36 +7 2.3m 18
1.00 +51 802 14o
3.09 7 77 18
3.98+147 5.8m 17
2.27 +8 21m 14
.72 +5 244 52
2.08 +56 1.7m 16o
1.58 +84 3.9m 9o
1.02 +31 617 9k
4.09 +92 15m 16
.38 +65 346 11k
2.91 31 1.1m 18o
3.00 +62 803 19o
.93 +42 8.4m 10o
2.06 +58 552 12
.05 +21 3.5m 18o
1.87 +62 910 13o
1.25 31 89 18
2.40 +8 237 27k
+.17 +54 605 20o
.49 +12 6.7m 33o
1.79 +65 4.2m 12
1.99+260 5.1m 12
2.43 50 128 11o

9. ELECTRONICS
56 73 34 A D21.4 AUOpt 6.8 AUO 8.55
97 87 97 B B+35.6 7AeroVir AVAV . 28.44
82 92 52 B D+39.3 Agilent
r A 23.02
78 94 61 A E 52.3 AmphenlA .2 r APH . 30.06
71 90 64 B E 87.0 Anixter
r AXE 45.77
94 67 96 D C 18.9 AppldSg 3.6 APSG 13.88
93 81 81 C C 27.8 ArgonST
STST 17.21
49 75 47 C E 44.7 ArrowElec r ARW 20.71
47 77 42 C E 44.4 Avnet
AVT 18.58
99 90 98 B B 79.7 AxsysTech AXYS 51.30
32 20 58 C D+36.1 BelfusB 1.5 BELFB 18.64
22 49 36 E D22.0 BenchmrkEl r BHE 10.04
65 52 50 B D+21.0 CPIIntl
r CPII 8.75
88 94 92 C D 14.0 CTS
1.2 r CTS 10.37
69 99 32 A D+33.6 ChinaSecn CSR 9.60
93 92 74 B C 28.1 Cognex 3.7 r CGNX . 16.38
82 83 92 D C 38.5 Coherentn COHR 28.50
59 97 31 A E 28.1 Corning 1.6 r GLW 12.30
47 21 59 D C+50.7 Cubic
.9 CUB 19.88
99 93 97 C C+80.3 DRSTech .2 DRS 72.25
77 85 55 A E 89.2 Danaher .2 DHR 53.20
81 79 57 A E 88.4 Dionex
DNEX 49.93
98 91 81 B D 64.2 ElbitSy 1.6 ESLT 46.12
43 6 73 B D 34.0 FEI
FEIC 18.74
57 49 37 B B50.3 FaroTech FARO 16.04
99 95 85 A D 45.5 FLIRSystms FLIR . 29.64
60 17 92 E D+20.4 HerleyInds r HRLY 13.53
74 83 56 B C+22.7 HtWC 2.9 HWCC 11.70
96 94 79 A E 22.4 IPGPhot
IPGP 14.73
93 94 78 A D48.3 IIVI
IIVI . 27.91
90 89 70 A D112 Itron Inc
ITRI 71.13
54 57 60 C E 100 Kyocera 1.6 KYO 61.31
94 83 82 C D 115 L3Comm 1.4 r LLL 85.38
89 92 84 B C 16.3 LaBargeInc
LB 11.35
58 64 57 C D+39.2 Littelfuse LFUS 22.44
90 78 85 B C 46.3 MTSSys 1.8 r MTSC 33.27
66 71 54 B D 28.8 MeasSpcl MEAS 12.35
90 89 77 A E 119 MettlerTole MTD 79.69
57 78 57 C D30.6 Molex 3.6 MOLX 16.75
65 78 57 C B28.0 MolxA 3.8 MOLXA 15.86
38 80 31 C E 29.2 MultFnElc MFLX 10.09
77 92 63 A D39.6 NVE
NVEC 21.04
67 99 62 D E 24.4 Panason 2.4 r PC 14.17
38 54 53 C D36.6 ParkElc 1.8 PKE 17.30
89 88 74 B D 30.0 Perknelm 1.3 PKI 21.51
58 76 58 B D33.2 Plantron 1.3 r PLT 15.70
51 96 33 C E 32.5 Plexus
r PLXS 14.67
54 74 42 B E 48.8 RofinSinar RSTI 21.14
86 89 68 A E 62.8 ThermoFis TMO 42.61
60 87 40 A E 62.2 ThomasBett TNB 24.40
56 87 43 B E 40.3 TycoEle 2.7 r TEL 21.20
47 67 34 B E 78.3 Varian
r VARI 32.23
56 81 49 E E 20.5 VeecoInst VECO 10.44
86 87 66 A E 81.8 Waters
WAT . 48.99
42 86 32 B E 51.0 WescoIntl WCC 20.40

1.58 +78 5.5m 2


2.14 +24 275 27o
1.96 +57 4.2m 11o
2.27 0 2.1m 13
2.37 +2 614 7
1.08 9 85 22o
1.33 12 116 18
.91 +46 1.5m 6
.81 +41 2.0m 5
3.25 +13 168 30
2.81 +26 52 12k
.79 +22 811 7
1.70 +2 36 7
.28 +74 345 11k
.83 11 475 6o
1.86 +64 605 16
2.09 +17 233 17o
+.72+103 40m 7
2.02 +30 157 13
.83 +40 955 17o
3.44 +55 3.4m 12
5.65 +47 215 17k
.22 33 18 16
.86 9 323 20k
.62 +52 250 12
1.23 +10 1.4m 27
.20 +27 84 67
2.29 +93 356 7
.65 +28 417 19
1.39 +17 305 17
1.89 +88 990 21
3.78 +7 23 12k
4.11 +41 1.3m 13
.69 +87 113 12k
2.65 +41 195 13
2.48 +10 125 14
1.60 4 63 10
1.43+111 674 15k
1.37 +17 1.7m 11
1.26 5 257 11k
.89 18 216 7
.51 +46 55 13k
.70 +44 549 10k
1.94 +37 165 11
1.35 +94 2.3m 15
1.20+184 1.3m 8
.98 +35 697 7
1.22 13 319 10o
4.36 +66 4.6m 14
1.36 +91 1.6m 7
.95 +10 4.0m 8x
4.07 +72 536 11
+.02 +59 460 38
2.10 +58 1.7m 16
3.63+153 1.7m 4

10. INTERNET
60 97 16 A E 41.5
85 79 65 A B 101
77 69 84 C D+18.6
92 99 50 A C+429
95 78 81 A B+57.3
66 44 67 B A103
74 68 63 A D 53.5
65 94 27 A E 40.7
53 63 52 C E 121
49 73 30 B D35.0
83 77 72 A D 44.6

AkamaiTch AKAM
Amazon r AMZN
Ariba
ARBA
Baidu
BIDU
Bankrate r RATE
BlueNile
r NILE
DigitalRiver DRIV
eBay
EBAY
Equinix
EQIX
Expedia
EXPE
F5Netwrks r FFIV

13.53
56.00
9.97
206.2
30.15
37.53
27.38
15.96
55.00
12.18
21.25

.50
5.02
.99
7.13
1.97
1.62
+.02
1.05
1.94
.78
.47

38 4.6m 8
+63 14m 40
+33 2.0m 27
7 2.4m 59
11 278 19
30 238 37
34 785 15
+55 25m 9
22 894 99
+8 4.8m 9o
1 2.7m 15

46 1 78 D B29.3 GSICmmrc GSIC 11.99


96 98 94 A D+29.2 7GMarket GMKT . 21.97
76 97 41 A E 747 Google
GOOG 329.0
60 50 77 D D+29.1 IACInter
IACI 14.93
94 92 80 B C 16.0 Intrwovn IWOV 10.49
88 83 69 A B35.2 J2GlblC
r JCOM 17.22
70 99 18 A D+81.2 MercadoLn MELI 17.35
59 76 35 A D+40.9 MnstrWw MNST 13.17
99 82 93 A B 27.2 Netease r NTES 19.66
91 93 82 B C+40.9 7Netflix r NFLX 22.94
54 73 25 B D+38.6 Omniture OMTR 11.40
63 82 31 A C+35.0 OptXprs 2.5 OXPS 12.57
57 39 78 E B 39.4 Overstk r OSTK 14.52
79 73 57 A D 37.0 PerfectWn PWRD 18.89
86 85 68 B C 16.9 PremGlbSv PGI 10.92
80 98 34 A D 144 Priceline
PCLN 58.96
96 88 89 A C+40.7 7ShandaInt r SNDA 25.02
93 86 73 A D+59.3 SinaCorp
SINA 32.51
98 90 85 A D+91.5 Sohu.com SOHU 47.93
73 61 85 C D15.8 StampsComr STMP 10.55
85 90 56 A B+23.5 TDAmertr AMTD 12.35
87 97 48 A C+36.3 The9Ltd r NCTY 15.19
30 44 29 .. ..27.0 Tktmstr
TKTM 12.47
75 94 41 C B 63.5 WebMD WBMD 19.38
99 96 93 A B 24.6 Websns WBSN . 17.83
32 58 25 C E 34.1 Yahoo
YHOO 12.65

.36 36 362 ..
.04 +2 171 24o
9.13 +48 8.0m 18
+.15 44 2.5m 4
.66 10 399 15k
1.26 +66 679 11o
1.93 +6 824 52o
1.49 +95 5.9m 9
.22 11 1.4m 15o
+.20 +31 1.8m 18
1.95 3 1.6m 33
3.06 +26 1.0m 7
1.10 +5 254 ..
.62 15 427 13o
.56 +87 794 11k
4.55 17 1.9m 12o
.66 41 614 11o
... 6 1.5m 22o
2.42 +8 1.8m 19
.43+121 363 17k
2.18 +38 5.4m 8
.06 48 123 9o
+.02 54 397 4
3.12 +59 336 27
.58 +47 1.1m 14
1.11+108 40m 21

11. SVGS & LN


67 40 66 C B30.0
90 64 93 D A14.3
78 79 62 E B 16.7
96 78 89 C B+13.9
92 62 92 C B 32.0
68 24 87 D B 16.0
86 72 91 D C 51.6
95 59 93 D B+13.0
92 66 91 C A23.6
92 69 96 D C+14.1
86 47 80 B A 38.5
79 39 96 C B18.0
88 59 87 C A 22.4
89 73 73 B B21.5
41 59 1 .. ..11.7
72 21 95 D C+13.1
99 90 90 B C 25.1
83 57 88 D C+16.2
88 71 89 D B+15.3
71 36 72 B B22.0
95 75 95 D B 13.2
90 68 95 C B34.3
85 73 81 D C+23.0
75 18 90 C C+18.4
92 78 85 D A 16.4
66 21 85 C C+18.0
74 15 98 B A 28.4
90 57 95 C B+13.5
83 33 95 B B 13.7
96 80 97 C A17.1
79 91 63 D C+22.3
92 55 92 D B20.0
86 51 94 C B68.3
83 50 70 B B27.4
44 18 65 D C+44.6

AstoriaF 6.3 AF
BnkMtl 3.4 r BKMU
BnkFncl 2.6 BFIN
BenefMutn r BNCL
BerkHB 2.7 r BHLB
BrklneB 3.6 r BRKL
CaptlFed 6.0 CFFN
CliftnS 2.0 r CSBK
DimeB 3.9 DCOM
ESSABp 1.3 r ESSA
FstFHld 5.7 FFCH
FFnclOH 5.9 FFBC
FstNiag 4.8 FNFG
FlushFin 4.0 FFIC
HomeBLA HBCP
HmFed 2.0 HOME
HudsCB 3.1 HCBK
InvBncp
r ISBC
Kearny 1.9 r KRNY
NYCmtyBc 7.5 NYB
NthfldBcn NFBK
NWBcp 3.5 NWSB
OceanFt 5.5 OCFC
Oritani
r ORIT
ProvBc 2.3 PBNY
RomFn 2.5 r ROMA
Sterlng 5.1 STSA
TFSFinc 1.7 r TFSL
TrustcNY 4.9 TRST
UtdFnB 2.1 r UBNK
UtdWst 2.2 UWBK
ViewPtF 2.1 r VPFG
WSFSFi 1.0 WSFS
WshFed 5.9 WFSL
WbstrFn 6.9 WBS

16.64
10.66
10.62
9.68
23.60
9.35
33.58
10.01
14.19
12.52
18.05
11.58
11.57
12.92
10.35
11.00
15.32
12.39
10.69
13.36
10.81
25.46
14.58
14.17
10.50
12.59
7.85
12.08
8.92
13.29
10.82
15.04
49.62
14.32
17.40

1.02 +6 1.5m 11
.62 +22 397 31k
2.73 +8 105 99k
2.05 +72 220 60k
1.13+999 444 11k
.98 +24 800 37k
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.33+121 99 42k
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90 75 80 B C+26.5 Adtran 2.0 r ADTN 18.30
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.9 BDC 23.32
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78 77 86 B E 46.3 CntryTel 8.7 CTL 32.17
72 97 33 A E 104 ChinaMbl 3.8 CHL 41.91
66 81 50 B D69.0 ChinaNet 3.9 CN 38.23
43 74 25 B D 98.7 ChinaTel 3.3 CHA 33.14
48 71 37 C E 25.1 ChinaUni 2.4 CHU 11.72
83 66 90 A D+27.2 ChungTel
CHT 20.90
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CTV 24.50
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CCI 20.10
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IDCC 18.42
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1.50+213 901 14

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combines all five SmartSelect Ratings, from 1-99, with 99 the best.
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growth with all other companies. A


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Rating measures a stocks relative
price change in the last 12 months
vs. all other stocks. The best firms
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Ratinguses a priceandvolume
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5% from a sound chart base:

SMARTSELECT COMPOSITE RATING


EARNINGS PER SHARE
RELATIVE PRICE STRENGTH
INDUSTRY GROUP RELATIVE STRENGTH
SALES+PROFIT MARGINS+ROE
ACCUMULATION/DISTRIBUTION
52-wk Stock &
Close
Vol% Vol P
Price Chg Chg 1000 E
6 6 6666 High Symbol

SMARTSELECT COMPOSITE RATING


EARNINGS PER SHARE
RELATIVE PRICE STRENGTH
INDUSTRY GROUP RELATIVE STRENGTH
SALES+PROFIT MARGINS+ROE
ACCUMULATION/DISTRIBUTION
52-wk Stock &
Close
Vol% Vol P
Price Chg Chg 1000 E
6 6 6666 High Symbol

STOCKS UP

STOCKS DOWN

88 95 D A A+ 50.0 DailyJournal DJCO


82 99 A A B NH ScielePh r SCRX
89 93 B+ A D 41.2 Synaptics SYNA
64 98 A B C+ NH Greenfld SRVY
68 96 A B C+ 22.0 FirstUnited FUNC
99 78 D A .. 27.9 Ecopetrol EC
94 78 95 A B C+ 24.9 CentrueF TRUE
91 63 95 A C B 27.7 AllncFnl ALNC
85 56 87 A C D 12.0 ColonlBnk r COBK
83 86 72 A .. C+ 16.5 MonrchFn MNRK
82 39 95 A C C+ 27.6 ECBBancrp r ECBE
79 25 96 A C C+ 18.9 MercBancp MBR
79 21 93 A C A 14.5 FCmBcAmer r FCFL
77 99 29 B A D 148 RschInMt RIMM
74 92 73 E B E 131 Lindsay LNN
74 71 77 A E D+ 14.6 TowerFnl TOFC
73 76 43 B B D+ 20.4 AltoPlrm APSA
71 92 44 D A D 44.0 BanColombi CIB
68 23 86 A B D 25.7 MidsthBcp MSL
62 26 92 A .. E 9.3 Oceanautn OKN
60 79 51 C A E 86.9 MesaRylty MTR
58 92 22 C A E 105 MobilTel MBT
53 11 83 B D D+ 82.1 NERlty
NEN
46 61 48 C A E 113 Telkom
TKG
43 54 42 C B D+ 56.9 TelkmIndo TLK
40 82 27 E A E 94.9 Deere
r DE
32 94 11 E B E 70.0 CNHGlobl CNH
28 59 38 C D D 79.9 Amerco r UHAL
26 30 34 C B E 70.0 TelmgCelu TMB
26 9 62 D C D 28.3 Huntsm HUN
23 37 16 A C E 19.2 BchFstNtl r BFNB
21 43 14 A D E 42.0 MetaFinl CASH
20 44 26 D B E 48.1 HollyEngy HEP
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.. .. 99 A .. A NH ProShtQQQ PSQ
.. .. 99 A .. A NH ProShtSP SH
.. .. 99 A .. A NH PrUShDow DXD
.. .. 99 A .. A NH PrUShMC MZZ
.. .. 99 A .. A NH PrUShQQQ QID
.. .. 99 A .. A NH PrUShSP SDS
.. .. 99 A .. B NH ProUShSc SDD
.. .. 99 A .. A NH ProUSR2K TWM
.. .. 99 A .. A NH PrUShOG DUG
.. .. 99 A .. B+ NH PrUShHc RXD
.. .. 99 A .. B NH PrUShUtl SDP
.. .. 99 A .. A NH PrUShInd SIJ
.. .. 99 A .. B 211 PrUShFn SKF
.. .. 99 A .. B 151 PrUShRE SRS
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19.46 +1.21 78 1
20.00 +1.20 87 11
14.57 +1.45 98 0.1
24.39 +1.64 +67 8
9.36 +1.36 96 0.1
8.15 +1.27 75 0.8
23.50 +2.30 +36 2
17.20 +1.00+150 7
9.95 +1.73 77 0.8
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54.43 +2.43+129 981
8.00 +1.00 92 1
9.29 +1.88 63 0.3
21.10 +1.82 +74 945
16.90 +1.40 15 5
7.51 +1.26 34 41
45.50 +1.80 +89 19
37.50 +1.70 +79 4.4m
64.00 +1.00+200 4
48.67 +5.41+999 69
23.74 +1.02+146 983
39.00 +1.01+135 15m
15.51 +1.32+192 1.1m
31.27 +1.06 +63 172
32.50 +2.07+137 40
11.64 +2.56+309 13m
5.00 +1.11 +714 34
11.79 +1.29+494 18
19.43 +1.04+163 118
87.39 +5.59 43 23
81.00 +3.00 +26 229
91.70 +5.71+133 1.7m
93.20 +9.50 +64 14m
109.9+13.40 +10 886
82.05 +5.05 +45 69m
108.5+11.32 +76 56m
120.0+14.89 31 79
129.0+19.30 +70 14m
64.70+10.70 12 18m
112.9+11.44 2 8
112.8+12.52 58 24
122.9+12.69 +90 169
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88 92 A+ A C 229 StrayrEd STRA
90 77 A A C 249 Blackrck BLK
89 81 B A B 714 CMEGrp r CME
84 84 A+ B C+ 133 Atrion
ATRI
58 97 A B B+ 199 ArdenGpA ARDNA
91 90 71 D A C 96.1 ExxonMbl XOM
88 51 89 A C B 5059 BerkHaB BRKB
88 51 87 A C C+ 149972 BrkHaA BRKA
87 98 46 A A E 359 IntSurg ISRG
87 54 95 A C B 192 FstCtzA FCNCA
86 42 90 A B B+ 92.0 ParkNatl PRK
84 99 39 B A C+ 194 IntcntlEx ICE
82 37 89 A A C+ 431 Alexanders ALX
82 24 94 B+ B B+ 355 FairfxFnl FFH
81 95 66 D+ A E 170 KTronIntl KTII
80 44 79 A C B+ 108 M&TBnk MTB
79 87 57 D A D 104 Chevron CVX
76 97 41 B A E 747 Google GOOG
73 69 42 A A C 136 AffiltMgrs r AMG
73 54 68 A C E 449 WescoFncl WSC
73 41 71 B+ C B+ 554 Markel
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67 98 36 D A E 137 Hess
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66 46 75 C C A 275 NatlWstLf NWLI
61 98 18 C A E 218 CNOOC
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51 73 32 D A E 317 FstSolar FSLR
50 35 66 B+ E B 152 SearsHldgs r SHLD
50 29 66 D+ C B+ 125 NACCO
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48 69 17 A B E 540 MitsuiLtd MITSY
45 98 16 E A E 558 RioTinto RTP
44 29 51 B+ D B 565 WhtMtIn WTM
42 31 58 B+ D E 146 EnstarGp ESGR
37 15 81 C D D 57.9 KansasCityLf KCLI
34 76 18 C C D 101 Prudentl r PRU
30 50 32 C B E 250 GldmSch r GS
22 35 40 D C D 880 Wash Post WPO
19 59 8 C C E 70.7 LincNatl LNC
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IBD Composite Rating


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

Dividend

Close

6 6 666 High Stock % Yield Symbl Price


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r NSR 15.46
84 73 80 B E 23.0 NeutTandn TNDM 14.98
83 75 83 C C+26.6 NippnT&T 1.8 NTT 20.18
68 91 28 A E 42.2 Nokia
3.7 NOK 16.20
47 73 24 C D+24.7 NortelInv
NTL 7.74
77 44 76 B A33.0 nTelos 4.0 NTLS 20.89
56 82 32 A D+53.0 PTIndos 4.1 IIT 21.20
94 81 87 A D24.7 PrtnrCo 6.4 r PTNR 18.74
83 85 73 A E 76.8 PhilLD
.1 PHI 48.00
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24 76 9 B E 75.0 Rostele 1.5 ROS 23.93
7 30 15 E E 38.5 SBAComm SBAC 13.34
41 35 52 B C 33.6 SKTelecm 4.6 SKM 16.20
80 75 82 C C+25.8 ShndCm 1.9 SHEN 14.50
85 73 66 A C+31.7 Starentn STAR 10.51
66 16 97 D B+28.0 Surwest SURW 13.85
99 96 96 A B+22.9 7Syniverse SVR 16.38
16 11 26 D D47.2 TIMPartc 5.2 TSU 16.10
22 19 72 .. D40.4 VidSanN 1.0 TCL 17.55
90 71 92 C B17.7 Tekelec
r TKLC 12.75
51 77 24 B D28.1 TelNort 1.0 TNE 12.01
77 73 46 A B+27.3 TelecmArgt TEO 11.04
77 80 63 A E 35.8 TeleSao 14 TSP 19.90
22 60 19 C E 32.9 TelItal
8.4 TI 10.84
71 86 53 A E 103 Telefon 4.0 r TEF 59.15
65 41 88 B D 27.2 TelfnMe 3.6 TMX 20.73
43 54 42 B D+56.9 TelkmIn 5.6 TLK 23.74
31 57 33 C E 72.3 TelData 1.5 TDS 27.26
49 71 45 C E 20.0 TelmxInt 2.7 TII 9.82
59 79 56 B E 58.6 TelusA 5.7 r TU 29.49
70 95 38 A E 43.2 TrimblNv r TRMB 18.55
86 98 54 A C 30.0 Turkcell 4.7 TKC 12.67
27 56 25 C E 99 USCell
USM 32.83
55 61 59 C E 46.0 Verizon 6.9 r VZ 26.54
83 88 68 B D36.5 Viasat
VSAT 17.32
67 98 15 A D+45.5 Vimpel
3.7 VIP 12.73
57 74 38 B D40.9 Vodafone 7.7 VOD 19.24

Vol% Vol P
Chg Chg 1000 E
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.05 +9 284 35
2.08+119 1.6m 8o
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2.46 42 12 8
2.17 10 205 22k
1.89+266 130 9
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2.66 36 119 8
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.45 10 150 33
.08 +46 1.2m 14
1.11 +74 2.4m 3
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4.85+109 784 7o
1.91 +8 1.9m 7
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1.43 +96 280 8k
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.51 +51 2.5m 6o
3.23 +19 120 12k
1.19 +53 26m 10
1.71 +70 279 11k
1.04 +70 8.4m 6o
1.57 +55 5.3m 7o

13. COMP HDWRE


65 95 28 A E 202
66 67 63 C D35.7
67 57 79 D D+46.4
78 81 57 A E 34.2
53 47 69 D B26.9
73 73 72 B D+41.1
34 45 42 B E 30.8
48 43 79 C E 44.6
65 83 53 B D25.5
31 30 49 C E 27.9
95 62 98 A B 21.9
91 90 82 B D+53.5
51 23 76 C B28.0
45 44 70 D D 25.9
87 94 50 A C 38.0
76 73 85 C E 44.2
88 90 52 A D 37.2
69 87 47 A E 37.5
70 88 58 C D29.4
85 83 78 A D36.1
58 87 37 A E 32.4
59 73 36 B E 37.0
60 82 42 A E 41.0

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14.38
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17.83
20.05
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68.00 9.00 +91 66m
385575.00+152 79
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172.917.78 +50 1.0m
144.216.27+292 45
56.2511.75 +88 113
68.7513.92 +33 2.9m
316.239.97 27 8
270.619.44 19 182
88.47 9.01 18 13
64.73 8.81 +7 2.0m
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329.0 9.13 +48 8.0m
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292.953.09+323 11
318.214.10 +85 68
71.80 8.65 +11 6.2m
34.10 8.85 1 877
42.61 8.89 +43 362
53.50 8.78 +33 7.0m
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39.52 8.71+198 26
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BUY AREA
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$40

stock retreats to its 10-week


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$50

BUY
$40

10-wk.
moving avg.

Do cut your losses if stock


is 8% below your cost . . .
avoids possible greater losses

Do learn when to take 20%


to 100% or greater profits

Investigate before you


invest. Always check a chart
and read a company story on
investors.com

Price
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9.17
7.04
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53.50
26.00
3.28
8.10
55.75
8.09
11.03
64.49
7.70
7.43
26.10
9.16
8.15
7.07
9.95
24.22
5.92
2.47
11.13
9.26
34.00
9.08
8.15
10.90
9.92
15.06
8.80
10.16
33.80
7.10
54.88
23.83
8.75
7.67
8.86
8.78
1.49
7.35
6.15
19.20
44.00
4.55
7.48
8.04
21.31
12.76
7.20
10.52
9.84
22.83
3.85
5.76
8.77
9.55
6.03
7.09
3.80
21.24
8.26
7.60
10.06
5.10
10.64
12.25
11.65
45.12
6.83
7.66
9.51
8.63
38.76
31.32
9.01
8.22
18.80
24.27
11.90
5.02
8.76
57.19
42.65
45.13
62.56
3.25
2.68
11.33
13.09
11.03
2.09
42.76
8.98
5.99
15.09
18.30
7.31
36.88

EPS

74

36

50
89

60

51

Name
ACMMngDlr(n)
VersoPap(n)
iShrsHlthcr
VnKmInvNY(n)
DEInv Div(n)
MadStSect(n)
iShChnHK
AdamsExprs(n)
ProUltRE(a)
iShrHongKg
HighldCr(n)
EvgGlDvn(n)
GenElect(n)
LeucdNatl(n)
MktVRuss n
EnhEqYP(n)
FTrTxAdv(a)
iShrsRlEst
NuMCrGvtn(n)
FlrtyTotR(n)
ProUR1KG(a)
HypBkStM(n)
NuAZDiv3(a)
UntdTech(n)
NEqPrmGr(n)
CohSClosd(n)
CalamGln(n)
KonPhlps(n)
SPDRFincl(a)
SpdrWilRE(a)
EvergrnUt(a)
CrnstTotR(a)
BlkDebtStr(n)
PwrshsQQQ
PwShFin
iShNYCmp
NuvMSIn2(n)
BlkMunyPAI(n)
iSPacxJ
BlkMunIns2(n)
DuPont(n)
AmerStrt3(n)
Dow30Enhn(n)
PSIndianya
TriContinentl(n)
PShHlthc(a)
BlkMu2020(n)
NuNJDvAdv(a)
MFSSpValTr(n)
WTTotDv
WTLgCDv
BlkGlbEq n(n)
iShaSPMid
SPDRUtil(a)
iShrsFncl
DJIDiamnd(a)
iSSoAfr
DWSDreVal(n)
SPDR(a)
ProUltUtl(a)
HEur2001(a)
SpdMSxUS(a)
PimcoFlt(n)
EatnVShDr(n)
S&PMdcpDR(a)
iShMstSC
LatinAmrDis(n)
BlkCpHYVI(n)
SpdrIFncl(a)
AlliBGlbHi(n)
iShrsSpain
ProUCnG(a)
WTIntEn
DWSGlCmd(n)
SpainFund(n)
BoulderTR(n)
iShNRes
PionFltRt(n)
PackAmr(n)
PCMFund(n)
Mac100OilU(a)
iShRs3000
MSIncOpty3(n)
SPGeardFd(n)
VangSmCpVl
PSUS1K
WTErT100(a)
PShCnsS(a)
iShrsHlth
JHTxAdY n(n)
NetASX200n(a)
EVInsMI(a)
iShCh25
NuOHQltInc(n)
iShBasMtrl
iShrLeAgBd
InvGrdMun(n)
EmrsnElec(n)
HMLSemi(a)
DEInvMN2(a)
CurrShCan

19.17
33.04
27.30
20.95
6.34
15.02
21.50

2.58 +40 1.5m


3.75 +31 632
5.05 +25 102
3.91 +77 7.8m
4.05+664 2.5m
2.22 15 1.4m
3.24+130 1.4m

5
7k
9k
1
4k
2o
3

Price
4.05
1.22
51.91
8.70
4.40
8.64
28.96
8.60
12.99
10.58
6.62
8.60
19.01
32.77
16.22
7.75
3.60
44.24
11.09
5.35
26.52
4.91
8.80
46.33
9.93
8.30
4.98
21.65
13.85
47.26
10.54
3.57
2.88
31.52
20.72
53.82
3.77
8.27
26.54
8.47
33.76
7.19
8.50
13.51
11.10
19.97
9.57
9.32
4.14
36.19
37.23
7.44
55.00
27.18
48.48
86.82
34.50
4.78
91.70
31.35
45.40
22.78
7.50
10.64
99.60
53.99
11.82
6.10
18.28
7.11
38.27
39.92
19.55
9.23
5.21
10.62
25.98
8.28
18.87
6.20
21.66
52.73
5.92
9.80
44.30
35.04
27.80
21.60
34.43
8.64
13.65
9.05
26.00
9.68
42.74
94.89
9.54
34.37
20.52
10.25
87.18

EPS
54

57
50

84

39

82

62

86

Price
7.96
24.27
10.25
9.43
11.99
23.30
12.53
4.68
7.65
4.75
5.70
18.25
50.41
18.60
9.98
19.56
11.44
8.40
30.75
8.97
7.10
25.45
7.36
6.64
44.88
1.97
84.30
5.73
15.56
15.52
19.39
35.74
12.59
7.85
49.75
9.90
10.92
16.12
15.81
8.49
8.62
7.50
27.66
40.86
8.46
7.99
8.39
18.68
1.48
95.25
36.26
10.50
24.15
10.20
10.73
9.25
6.53
10.81
15.54
18.21
44.77
10.15
23.71
8.12
7.89
7.75
39.96
12.19
16.50
10.81
24.59
18.88
24.21
8.72
7.55
6.97
23.20
21.56
38.04
66.46
8.05
8.75
46.19
5.42
30.11
28.09
14.65
42.18
11.21
6.03
50.52
3.53
28.38
2.03
28.19
52.30
14.22
51.67
8.01
31.90
7.01
8.99
19.60
69.49
14.62

EPS

87

65

32

56

45
93

87
59

72

19

31

65
97

Name
iShSPSml
VngMegV
ITTCorp(n)
VanEuPcn
iSAsia50nya
EVNatlMuni(a)
DiamdHill
PSAerDef(a)
PSIntEqn(a)
iShThainya
VnKmSrInc(n)
WTDiefa
WTIntMC
BlkMuniHIns(n)
TycoIntl(n)
HoldrsRetl(a)
VangSmCp
SPDREnergy(a)
MacQGInf(n)
iShRs2000
iShrsTaiwan
NuCTPrem(n)
PwShSmVal(a)
TortNAEn(n)
Rydx2xFin(a)
SunaFLC(n)
SPDRConsm(a)
ProUltInd(a)
WTDiv100
PShEngy(a)
TaiwGrChn(n)
ProUSemi(a)
NuvINYTF(a)
GreifA(n)
SpdEMEAn(a)
VangEngy
WTPacHY
SwERCmTR(a)
ChinaFund(n)
NuPAInvQlt(n)
MorgSIndiaI(n)
PioMuEq(n)
iShSCVal
iShrsTel
iShR2000G
WTIntLC
iShGlbFnl
WTPacTot
WTTotEr(a)
iShrsSwiss
ClayGTimn(a)
EatnVMI(a)
MblNHMuBd(a)
VangUtil
STDJStx50
BlkGlbEn(n)
NuNCPrIn(n)
KoreaEqtyFd(n)
iShDJFnSvc
iShrAustria
PShJpnnya
WTIntD100
BlkPfdCpInc(n)
PwShDyMkt(a)
FTNDXEq
iShLe13Y
iShR2000V
BlMunyIns(n)
MFSIntrmd(n)
iShChilenya
iSRMCG
PwHiGrDv(a)
FTrVLEq(a)
FTNDXTc
ClayISS
iSGlInnya
iShrsTec
VangMCG
PwShMdGr(a)
iShaNdqBio
WTJpnTot
VangMega
NashuaCp
ProUltMC(a)
VangInfT
iShrsMed
SpdrGlobT(a)
WTSCEr(a)
RydRus50(a)
PSAutoBal(a)
Tredegar(n)
iShNY100
WTIntREn(a)
iShHYCBdn(a)
VangFinl
iShrFrance
SpdrEMSmC(a)
MktVAltEn
iShSPCStp
Vitro SociAn(n)
Crane(n)
PShDvIntn(a)
FTUSLiq
WTHYEq
iShrsUK

Price
44.67
31.03
43.74
27.60
26.28
9.00
6.00
13.33
11.49
25.71
3.25
39.20
37.63
7.66
26.85
73.58
44.12
47.21
10.33
49.99
8.82
9.18
11.24
11.72
23.14
9.01
21.67
27.73
35.63
20.75
3.92
19.97
9.63
43.91
42.01
69.04
38.75
8.67
21.19
8.74
14.90
10.02
48.48
15.18
53.27
39.91
40.83
45.74
31.88
17.16
12.44
8.00
11.09
55.93
29.18
14.66
10.50
6.00
52.71
15.06
30.77
39.56
5.44
31.23
13.28
96.61
49.00
7.61
5.68
27.99
33.08
9.41
13.05
12.75
16.15
28.90
38.39
35.81
14.03
66.40
34.37
31.96
5.25
29.91
37.46
45.60
49.28
28.29
71.69
9.88
11.92
48.48
22.11
73.01
27.80
20.75
26.74
25.50
46.31
2.00
20.91
12.16
13.31
32.04
13.33

EPS

87

70

95

41

28
77

Name
Price EPS
iShrGSTch
36.59
WTIntHC
19.34
DenaliFd(n)
12.15
BrcIndian
35.39
NuGAPrem(n)
9.24
FTDJMic(a)
14.15
PSOilSv(a)
13.99
PimcoNYIII(n)
8.34
ClyClrGl(a)
11.93
PSETcLdnya
9.98
VangIndl
45.04
iShDJAero
40.23
FtTrStrHi(n)
4.29
Kadant(n)
17.17 72
VnKmMAVal(a) 10.00
GraphPkg(n)
1.25 37
PSHYCpBdn(a)
15.19
iSRMCV
29.39
PSSmCap(a)
16.86
SpdrSCJpn(a)
30.02
iShACWXn
30.42
MktVSteel(a)
33.52
PwSPharma(a) 14.28
NetHgSg
15.54
PSVLIR(a)
18.06
WTIntUt
21.21
PSPrivEq(a)
10.21
iShrGermny
18.26
FTDJGlDvn(a)
15.21
Griffon(n)
6.23 51
PSTchLdr
14.94
iShRetl
23.61
ClaySecR(a)
17.50
FTCnsStpn(a)
14.82
iShSPInd
35.93
FTFincln(a)
9.40
VangSmCGr
44.18
iShSPUtil
42.13
VangMatl
52.42
BLDRSEur
17.17
EVInNY2(a)
9.40
PwSHard(a)
9.18
MkVCoalnya
18.08
FTLCpValn(a)
17.77
ProUltTeln(a)
28.13
PowShEn
45.59
VangHlCr
44.39
PwrShChna(a)
14.82
WTMCEr(a)
28.78
FTUtilsn(a)
11.85
iShSPMat
40.43
MktVGam(a)
19.06
MkVHardAst(a) 23.21
SpdrOGEq(a)
21.59
iShMrnLV
48.17
MitsuiLtd
188.53 69
SpdrPhrm(a)
25.62
ClayGrLcpn(a)
12.65
HInternt(a)
33.86
WTJpnHiY
35.94
MinnMuni(a)
11.20
PwsUtils(a)
14.00
WTErn500(a)
31.61
MexicoFund(n) 15.64
iShrsGSSft
34.37
OwensIllinois(n) 21.64 88
ClayClear(a)
13.57
iShrsKLDSo(a)
34.44
PSMidCp(a)
15.84
Seaboard(a)
987.05 70
RevLgCnya
32.69
WTEurTot
38.46
WTJpnSC
29.98
PSEnEx(a)
13.87
SpdrIntDivn(a) 36.79
PSDTcLdnya
12.73
iShrsOEx
36.38
iShMstMG
56.30
iShMstSG
49.59
FTHlthCrn(a)
14.55
BlkrkNY(a)
8.66
iShGlbHlt
42.19
PwShLeis(a)
9.05
SpdrEEurn(a)
28.44
iShRsMic
32.39
iShrGSNet
18.59
iShTurkynya
30.95
MBIAMgdDu(n)
8.10
SpdrIntTech(a)
18.90
iShrNthrld
15.52
PSWindEn
11.45
iShrsKLDSS
39.72
iShGTimb
33.55
SpdrIHlthC(a)
25.60
PSDeepV(a)
16.70
ClayWatrn(a)
15.03
PShEur
26.41
SpdrMdCap(a)
34.74
FTChndnya
12.00
FTIPOX(a)
15.17
PwShUtil
40.00
SpdrOGEx(a)
28.90
NuVADvAdv(a)
10.78
NuCTDvAd(a)
10.50
VangMidCp
44.92

Name
iShJpSCnya
ClaySIns(a)
TDX2030
BarEurUsd
iShSPGTel
PwShMedia(a)
PSNextQn
MktVIntn(a)
iShGSCom
PwShTele
FTrFTSEn(a)
iShR3000G
KapStnn
RevMidCnya
FTStrVal(a)
iShAsian
iShrsItaly
HSftware(a)
WTIntTc
iShrsPhm
FTN100ExT
iShMstMV
iShEuropn
PwSCnSv
iShrGlbTlc
iShDJBkr
RdxSCGr(a)
VangrdEMI
PSLgCap(a)
iShTopix
CRJSB1
PShMagni(a)
PwShNetwk(a)
iShLeCred
ClayMSS
JFChina(n)
WTIntIn
VngMegG
NetsDAXn(a)
CurrShBrt
iShrSweden
FTWtr
FocHmld
PShInds(a)
PwShSMd
ClayIntYn(a)
SpdrICnStp(a)
iShaR3000V
WTEurSC
SpdrPrJpn(a)
RdxCnsDs(a)
iShrsOEq
FTCnsmDisn(a)
iShrBelgm
PSAsxJnya
SwRCmETR(a)
HUtil(a)
VangMCV
PSAggGr(a)
ClayCtryn(a)
EVInsNJ(a)
ProUCnS(a)
NvMIPI(n)
FTRNG
HIntArc(a)
iShAsiaxJ
PSGlbNucn
FTLCpCren(a)
iShACWIn
VangTelSvc
HoldrsTel(a)
MktVEnvir(a)
WTIntFn
SpEmgAsP(a)
VangCnsDs
PSGCoal
PShBasM(a)
BlkMuBdIt(n)
SpdrWlsRE(a)
PSGSteel
NetsISEQ20
FTMulCpGr n(a)
KbwCM(a)
iShResid
WTIntCy
SpdrSCapG(a)
ClayFront
PSMeganya
ClayStlth(a)
ClayChSCn(a)
RdxHlthC(a)
RdxEngy(a)
WTIntCm
FidNASDFd
RdxSPGth(a)
PShEuropn(a)
ClayUS1n(a)
FTMulCpVn(a)
FocWmtS
RdxMGth(a)
SpdrSemi(a)
iShRE50
RdxCnStp(a)
HSEurDrg n
PwShDyOtc(a)
NuMIDiv(a)
PSNasIntnt

B7
Price EPS
31.45
18.34
16.50
52.50
45.19
7.74
17.03
95.55
43.99
35.86
27.10
31.18
4.97 45
33.53
14.67
21.48
16.96
30.00
14.78
40.36
13.13
49.65
27.59
34.94
39.60
20.40
28.30
32.94
18.05
38.00
10.81 1
17.17
10.77
85.34
18.00
12.11
17.07
33.10
15.68
171.01
15.68
15.15
33.70
19.65
33.65
13.12
22.37
64.23
31.94
32.52
27.02
34.47
10.71
9.75
29.31
9.86
88.50
33.73
17.00
14.27
11.40
22.67
8.98
13.57
34.48
32.58
13.77
17.86
32.44
41.80
21.34
33.04
14.12
46.09
34.06
14.21
20.48
9.51
30.83
13.61
11.13
18.80
28.21
31.97
15.62
59.94
14.43
18.17
14.53
12.24
40.95
34.71
20.28
66.32
23.67
11.42
43.11
17.23
37.92
37.41
28.75
26.36
41.96
15.21
34.25
10.25
15.38

IBDS RESEARCH TABLES Continued

IBD Composite Rating


Earnings Per Share Growth Rating
Relative Price Strength Rating
Sales+Profit Margins+Return On Equity
Accumulation/Distribution (last 3 mos)

Vol% Vol P
52-wk
Dividend
Close
Vol% Vol P
Chg Chg 1000 E 6 6 666 High Stock % Yield Symbl Price Chg Chg 1000 E
+21 2.3m 13 65 48 82 C D52.8 InfPrCas 1.2 IPCC 35.32 2.94 +87 235 8k
+93 7.4m 11 26 23 32 E B 53.2 LandAm 1.5 r LFG 13.03 7.39 +44 739 ..
1 50 7k 99 93 98 A A39.3 LifePtn 1.0 r LPHI 27.92 5.80 +68 140 14
+23 1.8m 19 19 59 8 C E 70.7 LincNatl
9 LNC 17.5810.39+375 13m 3
+42 2.3m 12
48 78 36 C D51.5 LoewsC .9 L 26.57 .70 +31 4.5m 7
+24 5.8m 3
47 54 60 B D46.9 Manulife 3.8 MFC 26.16 4.39+137 3.6m 9
+39 676 11
73 41 71 C B+554 Markel
MKL 318.214.10 +85 68 10k
89 55 95 C D36.8 MarshM 2.9 MMC 27.66 1.29 +26 7.3m 20o
38.25 7.25+142 8.4m 4 61 28 39 B B+31.0 MaxCp 2.5 r MXGL 14.50 6.27 +93 705 4k
39.70 8.26+174 11m 10 68 31 86 D B 62.0 MercuryG 5.4 MCY 42.61 8.89 +43 362 11k
23.72 1.25 +35 1.6m 6o 30 62 22 C E 71.1 MetLife 2.7 r MET 27.73 +.73+393 60m 4
9.88 1.27 +45 1.6m 5 74 30 80 B B18.2 Montplr 2.2 r MRH 13.48 1.52+160 1.7m 4
22.46 3.55 +42 432 2 62 40 54 B B 37.0 NatIntst 1.6 NATL 15.18 2.35 40 39 8k
27.50 2.46 +93 10m 5 61 35 82 C C+55.6 NtnwdFnl 2.9 NFS 40.65 2.70 +45 1.5m 9
11.34 .31 +36 64 11 92 66 79 A B+66.7 NavigGrp NAVG 45.59 4.09 +3 132 8k
17.13 .85+101 1.4m 4 52 9 80 D B31.6 NYMGIC 1.7 r NYM 18.37 5.28 20 27 ..k
68.0010.30+164 88 12k 60 8 88 B C+48.0 OdyssyRe .9 r ORH 33.14 3.53 +43 446 12
33.67 2.99 +17 84 7k 37 23 47 D B19.6 OldRepIn 8.4 ORI 8.11 1.89 8 1.9m ..
10.23 .97+122 72 4k 59 37 75 D C+23.6 OneBeac 5.9 OB 14.21 .94 +20 158 7k
13.54 1.16 +87 269 4 51 37 51 B D84.8 Partnrre 3.7 r PRE 48.48 3.39 +53 906 3
39.60 2.82 +72 5.2m 14 95 75 99 B C+60.4 PhilConsol r PHLY 51.91 2.88 +25 1.4m 12k
59.20 5.42+150 1.0m 5 80 66 69 B C 38.8 PlatUnd 1.3 r PTP 25.30 3.55 +71 933 3
27.00 2.42+107 253 7k 40 49 45 D C 20.5 PresLife 4.7 PLFE 10.63 2.22 +55 111 5k
17.88 2.69 +32 1.1m 3k 16 65 7 C E 70.9 PrncplF 5.7 r PFG 15.79 5.95+146 7.0m 4
39.28 5.47 +75 3.1m 6 92 86 78 B A71.2 Proassrnce r PRA 42.12 5.53 +35 321 8k
9.71 1.02 16 1.5m 5 51 27 59 C C+21.3 Progresv 1.1 PGR 12.91 .86 +45 9.0m 9
9 PL 10.26 8.14+247 2.3m 2
22.41 2.20 +71 1.9m 3 14 45 4 C C+45.9 PrtcLife
16.49 2.29+152 61 10k 34 76 18 C D101 Prudentl 3.5 r PRU 33.2710.02+480 28m 4
18.30 1.85+148 3.1m 5 29 44 30 D C+33.0 PrudtlUK 5.3 PUK 13.15 1.35+173 551 10
2.1 r RLI 46.71 4.72 +35 210 7k
18.14 1.71 0 985 14 87 60 86 B B 72.1 RLI
14.71 1.22 +71 813 3 63 70 63 C E 59.4 ReinsGpA1.0 RGAA 35.28 7.22 +161.6m 6k
RGAB 34.10 8.85 1 877 5k
11.86 1.15 +33 112 5k 71 70 62 C ..51.1 ReinsB
46.70 3.80 +68 3.1m 19o 41 20 52 B E 66.5 RenaisRe 2.6 RNR 35.16 3.85 +41 669 3
38.75 2.11 +80 6.8m 6 82 58 82 C B 49.4 SafeIns 5.1 SAFT 31.39 5.39 +37 157 6k
SEAB 11.21 .92+292 475 6k
18.80 3.50 +40 2.0m 6 77 67 71 B D+19.2 SeaBrght
28.04 2.96 +32 116 15k 80 57 85 D B+30.4 SelInsG 2.8 SIGI 18.59 2.80+101 585 8k
17.77 2.56 +64 568 6 77 84 65 B C+58.0 StancrpF 2.1 SFG 35.10 5.30+121 766 7
11.99 1.46+128 102 8k 64 32 82 C D+37.1 StatAut 2.7 STFC 21.84 4.64+171 182 42k
18.66 4.26 +68 52 12k 32 11 53 E B36.4 StewInfo 4.5 STC 16.75 3.75 12 182 ..k
11.48 .78 12 257 18k 28 53 29 C D59.4 SunLife 5.5 r SLF 24.37 4.79 +33 754 6k
11.40 2.43 1 299 6 46 54 51 B E 66.0 Torchmrk 1.4 TMK 40.01 4.30+187 2.4m 6
22.00 3.25 +83 1.1m 3k 93 96 79 A C+36.1 TowerGp 1.0 TWGP 19.73 1.12 +62 426 7o
72.31 9.60 +9 28 35 42 41 31 B D+75.8 TransAtl 2.1 TRH 35.35 3.44 +89 179 5k
33.20 3.30 +79 162 10k 64 58 53 B C+58.6 Travele 3.8 TRV 31.99 .68 +73 8.7m 4
65.85 6.65 +96 984 6 66 48 64 C B 23.0 UtdAmInm r INDM 12.42 .41 +20 124 9k
15.21 3.45 +40 102 5k 40 5 55 C C 43.0 UnitdFi 2.8 r UFCS 21.42 2.29 +44 177 8k
11 UTR 16.39 .63 +14 448 14k
41.72 6.67 +73 86 8k 18 15 21 D B 53.0 Unitrin
r UAM 9.84 .87 +50 496 8k
270.619.44 19 182 3 54 34 75 B C 26.5 UnvAmr
10.86 1.86 +6 2.4m .. 56 75 53 D C+28.0 UnmGrp 2.0 r UNM 14.77 6.22+192 12m 6
21.52 7.93 +26 1.6m 31 79 60 49 A C+27.8 Validus 5.4 VR 14.84 3.49 +17 297 2k
9.56 2.67 20 121 4k 44 29 51 D B 565 WhtMtIn 2.6 WTM 310.037.00+194 72 22k
24.00 .75+132 1.8m 13k 85 62 62 A C+43.2 WillisGp 4.2 WSH 24.37 2.73 +73 2.6m 8
14.50 .51 +1 155 9o 70 42 65 B B47.0 ZenithNt 7.0 ZNT 28.37 3.13 +57 445 6k
.59
.47
.88
+1.14
.78
.71
1.28

14. INSURANCE
ACELtd 2.8 ACE
AFLAC 2.4 r AFL
AXA
6.7 AXA
Allianz 6.9 AZ
AlldWAsr 3.2 AWH
Allstate 6.0 r ALL
AmComp AMCP
AmerFin 2.9 AFG
AmerNtl 4.5 ANAT
AmPhy 1.2 r ACAP
AmrSaftyIns r ASI
Amerisfe AMSF
AON
1.5 r AOC
ArchCap r ACGL
ArgoGpIntn AGII
AspenIns 3.4 AHL
Assurant 1.4 AIZ
AssrdGty 1.8 r AGO
AXISCap 3.3 r AXS
BldLyB 6.1 BWINB
BrklyWR 1.3 r WRB
BrwnBrn 1.5 BRO
CNAFinl 4.1 CNA
CNASurety SUR
ChinaLfe 1.9 LFC
Chubb 3.4 r CB
CinnFnl 8.3 r CINF
DarwinP
DR
DelphiFn 2.3 r DFG
DonglA 3.5 DGICA
EMCIns 3.9 r EMCI
eHealth
EHTH
EmployH 2.1 EIG
EndurSp 4.5 ENH
EnstarGp ESGR
ErieIndt 5.3 ERIE
EverstRe 2.9 r RE
FBLFncl 3.3 FFG
FPICIns
FPIC
FairfxF 1.8 FFH
FidlNFin 11 FNF
FirstAm 4.1 r FAF
FstMerF
r FMR
Gallaghr 5.3 AJG
Grnlghtn r GLRE
HCCIns 2.6 HCC
HanvrIns 1.2 r THG
Harlysvl 4.4 r HGIC
HartfdFn 10 r HIG
HorMan 6.6 HMN
ING
13 ING
IPCHldgs 4.0 IPCR

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6 6 666 High Stock % Yield Symbl Price


96 87 81 A C+29.7 Polycom r PLCM 19.72
96 85 83 A C+20.2 Qlogic
r QLGC 12.47
48 49 46 B C+27.4 Rimage
r RIMG 11.20
97 89 93 A D41.2 7Synaptics SYNA 24.90
73 79 55 A B30.1 Teradata
r TDC 16.01
56 97 25 A E 40.0 WestDigtl r WDC 14.77
66 65 49 B E 39.1 ZebraTech r ZBRA 20.69

83 74 55 B C 68.0
76 84 47 A C+68.8
67 87 56 D B45.5
33 45 26 C C+23.3
31 28 29 B D52.3
36 29 33 C C+59.2
83 61 97 D C+12.5
65 78 43 C D 32.0
17 34 44 .. C+145
81 77 72 B D50.5
48 46 48 B E 21.1
84 55 86 B B21.6
93 70 84 B D+51.3
86 69 83 B D 80.5
65 21 65 B B45.8
63 31 58 B B 32.4
63 88 45 B C+71.3
33 21 20 B C+29.4
48 20 52 B D+43.4
49 28 68 C D 28.6
62 58 55 B D32.2
90 52 87 B B+27.8
39 46 27 C C 41.8
86 79 77 B C+22.9
61 59 65 B D106
78 64 71 B C 69.4
31 26 40 D C+45.0
98 76 97 B B+32.9
53 51 46 C B+43.7
73 55 65 C B21.5
62 44 68 C B31.7
71 65 29 A C+36.9
62 48 47 B B 21.7
49 18 48 B B43.3
42 31 58 D E 146
58 41 55 B C 60.1
42 12 63 C D+115
25 38 35 D C+42.5
92 90 91 C C 71.5
82 24 94 B B+355
40 3 67 E B 21.0
61 38 70 E A44.2
55 60 26 B C+25.2
79 36 89 B D30.0
84 79 62 A E 23.9
83 71 74 B C+31.6
80 61 73 C B 55.0
83 59 74 C B+44.0
25 65 5 C D+99
27 45 13 C C 23.2
41 67 15 B B 46.1
87 70 72 B B+33.8

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$65

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Name
iShRs1000
PutMunOpt(n)
PionrHI(n)
WstAsInfLk(n)
3M(n)
SPDRHlthC(a)
NuvQuPf(n)
BlMnyldIns(n)
HPharm(a)
iShrMalysa
FstTrVLDv(a)
iShrsUtil
EVInsFLPl(a)
AmerStr2(n)
ProUltSC(a)
BlkFltRtInc(n)
EVTxMGlo(n)
NewGermFd(n)
FirstIsrael(a)
iShWPropn
NvDvsfDiv(n)
Domtar(n)
BlrkMu2018(n)
WstAsInfO(n)
ProUOG(a)
PwSZMic(a)
PimcoCAIII(n)
PSAPcxJsn(a)
MSIncmSecs(n)
NetFtse100n(a)
NuInvQlty(n)
NuAZPrem(n)
WTEmHY n
BlkWInv(n)
Hitachi(n)
Harsco(n)
NuDivAdv3(a)
INGGlDiv(n)
NvCorEqAn(n)
MSNYQlty(n)
ColonialIntm(n)
BlackStMun(n)
AlpTotDv(n)
AlbnyInt(n)
iShrsEAFE
GabelliGlMlt(n)
LMPCapIn(n)
MunyMII(n)
ProUR1KV(a)
FTMStrDv(a)
WAEMInc2(n)
Dow30PrDv(n)
FstTrVL100(a)
iShEPSelDv
NuvQPf2(n)
MSEmMkDb(n)
NuMDDiv3(a)
NicApIntl(n)
LMPREInc(n)
OldMLgSh(n)
BlacrckHYT(n)
Petro& Res(n)
BlkDefOpn(n)
VnKmSelSec(a)
WstAVari(n)
4086Strat(n)
WstAEMD(n)
AsiaTigers(n)
NFJDivInt(n)
iShSPGth
HanPfdIII(n)
PimcNYMun(n)
NuMDDvAdv(a)
NuDivAdv(n)
SpdrDiv(a)
iSEu350
EVFltRtIn(n)
BlkMunihCA(n)
SpdrIIndus(a)
iShEMkt
ReavesUt(a)
FTStrHi2(n)
BlacIvQtyM(n)
iShMCGth
iShCnsmSvc
iShrInds
iSharRslMd
NuvQPf3(n)
ZweigFund(n)
ClayDShp
AracrzCel(n)
NuNCDvAd2(a)
DreyfHiYl(n)
VangREIT
NuPremInsd(n)
LehFstInc(n)
PShCnsD(a)
PSSPBW
VnKmAdMu2(a)
SpdrMcQGl(a)

Name
NuNYDv2(a)
KbwIns(a)
CohStDiv(n)
NasdPrInG
KoreaFund(n)
HSDiag
EVTAdGlOp(n)
WAstHIF(n)
FstTrFLtRt(a)
RMRHosp(a)
WAGlobPrt(n)
CrownHldg(n)
iShMstSV
CentSecur(a)
BlkMunyNJ(n)
ProUR2KV(a)
PwShIns(a)
EatnVPA(a)
Ball(n)
NuMIQltInc(n)
NvTxAdvTR(n)
VangEmgMk
BlkRAst(n)
TurkshInv Fd(n)
iShMstLG
DivCapRI(n)
iSEMBd
BlkPrfIStr(n)
PwSZSC(a)
PimIncOpn(n)
SpdWldxUS(a)
WTIntSC
WTIndianya
BlkLTMu(n)
iShaR1000V
BancrftFd(a)
PwShSmGr(a)
PSGAgr
MkVNucEn(a)
EnSPCall(n)
WAMunPrt(n)
FstTrSrFl(n)
PicoHlds
SpdChinan(a)
iShrsJapan
NuPrmInc2(n)
NewIrlndFd(n)
SpdrIntSCn(a)
AbitiBown(n)
iShLeGov
ProUltHC(a)
PSFinPf(a)
Thomson(n)
VnKmPAVal(n)
PwSValL(a)
EVInsOH(a)
LMPCpLn(n)
NuMADvAdv(a)
iShrsAustrl
FTSmCpCrn(a)
FortuneB(n)
PSBldCns(a)
SpdrRetl(a)
Glatfelt(n)
BlMunihIns(n)
BlkPAStr(a)
iShrMSCIV
MorgSEstEu(n)
PShFinl(a)
PwShMdVal(a)
SPDRInds(a)
MeadWv(n)
Carlisle(n)
BlcrkNYIns(n)
DuffPhU&C(n)
INGIntHiDn(n)
SonocoP(n)
PrURMCG(a)
WTEurHiY
iShrDJTrn
BlMunihNYI(n)
NuMDDiv2(a)
iSSCGth
MSIncOpty2(n)
iShEngy
ProUTech(a)
BlkCAINSD(n)
SpdrLgCap(a)
NeenahP(n)
DEEnhG n(n)
SpdrLCapV(a)
WAHiInOp(n)
iShrsSKorea
CornrstnSV(a)
WTLwPE(a)
iShMstMC
PwShBio(a)
iShaMCVal
Votorntm(n)
CohStGRl(a)
BlkPfdOp(n)
EVInsNY(a)
IntPaper(n)
VangLTBndn
Olin(n)

IBD Composite Rating


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

6 6 666 High
26 34 31 C E 66.5
92 83 86 B D114
87 86 69 B D+67.4
96 94 84 B D70.7
80 67 80 B D58.5
38 48 48 B E 76.2
20 38 7 D D+111
80 59 80 B D 55.0
56 23 74 B B+37.8
79 65 62 A C+45.2
55 97 28 A E 45.2
36 99 4 A E 131
88 83 85 C C+32.5
38 96 5 A E 82.0
58 77 42 B E 53.5
55 41 73 C D 108
72 68 55 A E 39.1
18 8 50 D D45.3
55 79 52 A E 72.4
42 97 7 A E 84.5
9 9 13 C E 31.0
81 77 77 B E 47.4
46 68 38 C C+30.7
50 66 52 .. D+45.4
86 42 91 B A20.0
94 90 91 B C+44.4
84 64 86 B D+40.3
40 17 70 D C+26.7
29 76 14 B E 40.7
91 98 78 C C+55.9
81 95 60 A C 61.7
75 36 81 B B 21.9
24 75 27 .. E 35.0
73 70 72 B E 59.2
67 22 96 D D+22.6
56 59 63 C C+42.0
99 85 89 B D+75.5
85 67 79 B D 40.1
47 86 33 B E 87.8
66 84 60 C C+25.2
46 62 27 B D+49.2
23 57 25 B E 33.1
37 77 20 A E 32.9
53 60 57 C D29.5
71 61 85 C D 16.8
46 63 34 C D30.0
20 35 16 C D60.5
9 50 14 D E 34.4
24 64 24 B E 26.1
62 88 43 B E 41.2
59 72 52 A E 39.5
86 44 98 D C+19.5
50 64 41 B D25.6
88 78 84 B E 85.8
68 50 76 B D 77.8
15. TRANSPORT
35 81 14 A E 47.1 Aktslsk 31 TRMD 13.77 .65+260 121 4 68 64 72 C D29.8
31 20 46 C E 19.2
39 18 75 D C+28.6 AlaskaAir r ALK 14.36 1.14 20 810 99
96 93 96 A C 60.8
62 61 68 C B 58.3 AlexBld 3.6 r AXB 34.85 3.04 28 316 12k
73 26 95 D A28.8
90 64 97 B B38.7 Allegiant ALGT 25.49 .75 19 264 21k
23 48 21 D D26.0 AmRailcr 1.4 ARII 8.81 1.50 1 134 6o
76 56 91 D B45.1 ARBest 2.1 ABFS 28.23 1.71 +26 1.1m 12 68 60 66 C D41.2

IBD Composite Rating


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Vol% Vol P
% Yield Symbl Price Chg Chg 1000 E 6 6 666 High Stock % Yield Symbl Price Chg Chg 1000 E
+.33 +88 567 9 64 81 28 B E 65.5 Alleghn 2.1 AYE 28.38 1.72 +72 3.8m 11
1.49 +62 7.3m 14 67 37 82 C D49.0 Allete
4.8 ALE 35.88 3.55 +42 398 14k
4.31+134 4.9m 20 71 74 60 C E 43.4 AllntEgy 5.3 LNT 26.35 1.12+102 1.5m 9k
1.69 +3 7.0m 13 45 46 51 C E 54.7 Ameren 8.4 AEE 30.25 2.87 +82 2.4m 9o
1.98 +42 3.2m 9 67 72 57 C E 49.5 AmElcPwr 5.4 AEP 30.10 1.76 +99 5.3m 8
.81 +68 1.5m 9 71 55 78 C C+46.1 AmrStWt 3.3 AWR 30.16 2.94 +12 150 20
1.91 +78 96 13 77 52 87 E B23.7 AmWWks 4.3 AWK 18.69 .38 +71 866 ..
.62 +41 1.7m 11 66 44 78 B D23.9 AquaAm 3.6 WTR 14.91 1.10 +24 1.4m 21o
... +5 14m 7 84 57 78 C D29.6 AtmosEn 5.8 ATO 22.32 3.30 +98 994 11o
2.24 +2 561 6 87 80 81 D C+23.6 Avista
4.0 AVA 17.82 1.44 9 402 16k
.94 +26 1.9m 6o 55 38 53 C D+45.4 BlackHl 5.7 BKH 24.45 1.98 +27 383 11
1.79 +63 5.9m 1
69 22 89 C D+50.1 CHEnergy 5.9 CHG 36.80 3.45 +25 108 15k
1.42 +31 76 15
72 70 43 A E 78.0 CPFLEnrg 11 CPL 39.00 1.00 +82 368 7
.60 +43 3.1m 1o
73 49 81 C C+44.5 CalifWtr 3.8 CWT 30.75 2.16 +29 198 19k
2.02 +33 4.1m 20
71 71 47 B E 18.6 CenterPt 7.1 CNP 10.23 1.18+118 7.3m 8
4.17 +52 5.1m 12o
76 66 82 D D+38.4 CentrlVT 4.4 CV 20.71 1.07 7 55 11k
1.82 +5 308 13k
89 69 77 C C 36.4 ChesUtil 5.1 CPK 23.74 1.15 +43 46 11
.60 7 252 37
4.3 CNL 21.01 1.29 +65 754 11k
3.01 +48 2.9m 3o 78 83 80 C E 29.8 Cleco
.84 +86 2.9m 3 51 89 11 A E 57.5 CmpSABESP SBS 18.71 1.98 +24 657 3o
3.9 CIG 13.38 .32 +41 2.6m 5o
3.26+146 1.2m 8 79 93 48 A E 26.6 CIG
2.98+157 1.3m 15k 86 67 85 B D+29.0 CNWtrSv 4.1 CTWS 21.75 1.62 +45 41 18
1.16 +29 192 6k 68 31 89 C D 50.6 ConEdisn 5.9 ED 39.34 2.10 +37 3.8m 12
29
34
21
B
E
35.0
ConsWtr
2.6
CWCO 9.99 1.72 +30 88 16
1.78+119 128 13
1.01 +29 1.3m 20k 35 80 4 C E 107 ConstlEn 8.1 r CEG 23.52 1.97 37 4.7m 4
4.9 DPL 22.24 1.00 11 1.1m 12
2.29 +7 455 17 93 78 78 A C 31.0 DPL
1.96 +26 3.5m 17 52 36 64 C E 51.2 DTEEnrgy 6.5 DTE 32.41 2.70 +47 1.8m 12o
2.54 +21 50 12k 75 72 73 C E 49.4 DomRs 4.5 D 35.26 2.29 +58 4.6m 12
1.65 14 82 6k 74 58 79 C D20.8 DukeEngy 6.1 DUK 15.15 1.78+100 19m 12
2.38 +9 1.7m 15 59 65 40 B D58.6 EdisnInt 3.9 EIX 31.56 2.62 +40 3.4m 8
r EE 17.19 1.15 +55 553 9k
2.13 +19 783 11k 96 93 75 B D26.8 ElPasoElc
1.05 +66 2.1m 23k 68 46 81 D D+24.3 EmprDist 7.2 EDE 17.85 1.08 +26 238 16k
2.67+204 496 4o 93 98 70 A E 52.5 EmpNcCh 3.6 EOC 32.12 1.78 +70 320 16
2.01 +80 1.5m 17 49 74 17 A E 79.6 Energen 1.6 EGN 29.98 2.26 +53 1.4m 6
7.4 ENI 11.30 .30 +38 1.0m 12k
1.20 +1 187 30k 87 98 55 B D 20.6 Enersis
2.66 +4 635 9 66 78 45 B E 127 Entergy 4.1 ETR 73.41 2.66 +69 3.4m 11
2.45 +11 5.2m 13 29 46 12 B E 76.1 EqtblRes 3.8 EQT 22.89 1.54+107 3.9m 12
2.32 35 494 11 51 59 36 A E 92.1 Exelon 4.1 r EXC 48.87 2.40 +34 6.6m 11
4.5 FPL 39.17 2.08 +52 4.7m 10
4.57 1 783 5 45 66 38 C E 73.8 FPLGrp
.55 +18 784 6 51 53 53 B E 84.0 FirstEgy 4.3 FE 50.62 2.38 +18 2.5m 12
1.20 +4 1.4m 9 46 45 53 C E 30.5 GrtPlnEn 9 GXP 17.76 1.56 +36 1.5m 11
1.70 +59 612 11 94 80 96 C C+29.8 HawaiiEl 5.0 HE 24.91 .74 +96 1.1m 15
1.45 +71 918 4o 63 38 55 B C+57.5 HuanPwr 7.6 HNP 22.00 1.42 19 439 18o
.53 16 716 4o 89 93 52 A D 60.0 ITCHldgs 3.5 ITC . 35.01 5.70+152 1.1m 18k
+.16 +43 17m 21 67 55 69 C D 36.7 IdahoP
5.0 IDA 24.22 1.48 +3 485 13
1.16 +21 1.3m 20o 85 62 80 C E 54.1 IntgrysE 6.2 TEG 43.02 2.81 +61 914 11
1.08 +36 1.4m 8 17 12 27 D E 23.5 KoreaElc 3.0 KEP 9.00 1.27+126 2.6m 7
.25 +89 282 ..k 98 84 96 C B 52.1 Laclede 3.8 LG 39.00 6.64 +79 374 13k
1.19 +19 163 5 87 56 86 B D+37.2 MGEEgy 4.7 MGEE 30.57 1.98+107 144 13
.75 +49 2.8m 4 79 66 75 B D+19.8 MdsxWtr4.8 MSEX 14.47 .86 +9 44 15k
2.01 +55 338 6 25 25 10 B D44.6 Mirant
MIR 13.34 .13 14 4.3m 4o
+.41 29 33 ..k 16 18 15 D D47.2 NRGEnrgy
NRG 16.78 .98 11 5.4m 13
.75 0 871 11o 69 62 81 D E 38.9 NSTAR 4.9 NST 28.50 1.00+219 1.8m 13k
3.91 +8 7.8m 15 81 84 45 B D63.7 NatlFuel 4.1 r NFG 31.93 3.68 +6 907 10o
4.90 +69 9.9m 13 87 84 60 A D 87.0 NatlGrid 6.4 NGG 50.85 6.27+170 228 10
+.05+231 79 14k 89 56 86 C D 41.1 NJResrc 3.8 NJR 29.38 3.61 +92 647 13
1.31 22 50 11k
95 70 93 B D52.0 Nicor
4.7 GAS 39.20 4.25 +27 1.1m 12
1.38 +32 1.2m 16
55 42 53 C D20.8 Nisource 7.5 r NI 12.33 .76 +88 5.1m 9
2.26 +51 3.1m 19
57 54 71 D E 33.2 NEUtil 4.1 NU 20.85 .43 +90 1.9m 12k
77 48 87 C D 56.0 NwNtGas 3.7 NWN 42.36 5.04 +11 207 16
AGLRes 6.4 ATG 26.33 2.80 +38 883 10k 62 59 61 D D+30.2 NoWstC 7.1 r NWE 18.59 1.77 +42 531 11k
Stock

AtlasAir AAWW 26.91


BurlNSFe 2.0 BNI 79.95
CHRobn 2.2 CHRW 39.88
CSX
2.0 r CSX 44.88
CdnNRwy 2.2 r CNI 39.86
CndaPac 2.3 CP 41.19
ChinaEA
CEA 14.31
ConWay 1.1 CNW 37.74
CtntlAirB
CAL 10.95
CopaHold 1.6 CPA 22.76
DianaSh 20 DSX 14.56
DryShip 4.2 DRYS . 19.09
Dynamex r DDMX 23.19
ExcelMar 10 EXM . 9.99
Expedtrs 1.2 EXPD 26.80
Fedex
.7 FDX 66.80
ForwdA 1.3 FWRD 20.96
FrghtCar 1.1 RAIL 21.91
Frontlne 32 FRO 33.04
GenShp 19 r GNK 17.96
GenMarit 21 GMR 9.47
GenWyo
GWR 24.64
Greenbri 2.5 GBX 12.93
GuangRy 3.1 GSH 18.78
HrtlndEx .6 HTLD 13.92
HubGroup r HUBG 28.52
HuntJB 1.5 JBHT 26.02
IntlShip
r ISH 16.22
KSea
22 KSP 13.45
KCSouthrn KSU . 30.69
Kirby Corp
KEX . 31.95
KnightTr 1.1 KNX 14.15
KnightT 19 VLCCF 13.83
Landstar .4 r LSTR 36.21
MartnTrns r MRTN 16.72
NordicAm 14 NAT 24.67
NorflkSo 2.5 NSC 52.16
OldDomFrt ODFL 22.04
OvrseaSh 4.4 r OSG 39.83
Pacer 4.8 PACR 12.43
RyanrHldg RYAAY 16.02
Seaspan 14 SSW 12.77
ShipFin 18 r SFL 12.31
Skywst 1.0 r SKYW 11.79
SwstAirl .1 r LUV 11.75
TAMSA
TAM 11.66
TeekaySh 5.9 r TK 19.28
TeekLNG 18 TGP 11.38
TeekTnk 32 TNK 9.70
Trinity 1.8 r TRN 18.27
TsakosE 8.1 r TNP 22.33
USA Truck USAK 14.97
UTiWld .5 UTIW 12.02
UnionPac 1.9 r UNP 56.88
UPSB 3.4 r UPS 53.00
UnivTruck r UACL 16.14
Vitran
VTNC 9.45
Wabtec .1 r WAB . 40.92
WernrE 1.1 r WERN 18.49

16. UTILITY

B8

FRIDAY, OCTOBER 10, 2008

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IBDS RESEARCH TABLES Continued


IBD Composite Rating
Earnings Per Share Growth Rating
Relative Price Strength Rating
Sales+Profit Margins+Return On Equity
Accumulation/Distribution (last 3 mos)
52-wk
Dividend
Close
Vol% Vol P
6 6 666 High Stock % Yield Symbl Price Chg Chg 1000 E

58 72 28 B E 52.2
22 19 35 C E 46.2
70 51 74 C E 49.5
43 54 43 C E 55.2
73 85 62 C E 30.1
93 55 93 B C+35.3
69 49 81 C D44.5
59 20 74 C D+28.8
78 59 84 C D+50.3
56 74 38 B E 52.3
68 51 81 C E 28.6
76 77 71 C D+38.6
74 62 77 C E 44.1
58 56 53 C E 64.2
76 70 68 D D39.4
85 62 88 B D40.6
61 74 31 C E 33.0
69 35 79 D D+33.3
44 23 64 C D22.0
69 90 40 B E 37.8
86 71 74 B D28.9
86 74 89 D C 37.8
36 25 74 .. E 34.5
49 27 69 C E 32.2
46 78 20 B E 96.6
62 42 66 D D36.2
47 16 73 C E 26.8
72 66 82 C E 50.5
88 79 81 C D23.5

Oneok
6.4 OKE
OttrTail 5.7 OTTR
PG&E
4.8 PCG
PPL
4.3 PPL
PepcoHl 5.7 POM
Piedmnt 4.0 PNY
PinaclW 6.8 PNW
PortGE 5.1 POR
ProgrsEn 6.4 PGN
PubSvcEn 4.9 r PEG
PugetEgy 4.6 PSD
SJW
2.9 SJW
Scana
5.8 SCG
SmpraEn 3.7 r SRE
SoJerInd 3.9 r SJI
SouthnCo 4.9 SO
SouthnUn 4.0 SUG
Southws 3.7 SWX
TecoEngy 6.2 TE
Transal 5.3 TAC
UGI
3.7 UGI
UILHldg 5.7 UIL
Unisour 4.1 UNS
Vectren 6.0 VVC
VeoliaEn 5.2 VE
WGLHld 5.6 WGL
WestarE 6.3 WR
WiscEngy 2.7 WEC
XcelEngy 5.3 XEL

75 48 92 C C+23.1
31 39 35 B E 39.5
74 91 39 A E 47.6
69 42 82 C B54.5
93 95 46 A C+166
70 58 90 .. C 18.9
80 36 92 B C 20.6
84 82 52 A C+46.5
48 63 47 D C+37.7
4 8 6 D E 136
92 91 46 A B23.8
55 42 87 E D 23.1
61 23 76 D B 25.2
38 17 65 E D 20.4
39 29 70 E B35.5
62 39 69 C B17.6
49 45 65 C D34.3
97 80 85 A D 70.6
40 29 68 D D+36.5
21 52 21 D E 29.3
75 62 78 B D+55.0
80 86 73 B D80.5
78 82 46 B C+25.6
82 38 97 C C 29.0
63 37 78 D C+21.9
96 90 85 A B31.8
71 40 72 B B63.9
77 66 73 B D87.4
54 76 29 B D45.0
91 94 74 B D53.9
93 82 92 B D31.2

Carters
CRI 14.93
Cheroke 12 CHKE 15.43
Coach
r COH 17.20
ColumSp 1.9 COLM 33.76
DeckrsOut DECK 76.96
FGXIntl
FGXI 10.43
GIIIApparel GIII 13.69
GildanActv
GIL 20.01
Hanesbrd
HBI 16.16
IcahnE
4.1 IEP 24.53
IconixBr
ICON 9.34
JonesAp 4.3 JNY 13.02
KSwiss 1.5 KSWS 13.32
KenCole 3.3 KCP 10.94
LizClaib 1.8 r LIZ 12.34
Maidenfrm MFB 10.11
Movado 2.0 r MOV 15.83
NikeB 1.7 r NKE . 53.51
OxfrdInd 4.5 r OXM 15.92
PerryEllis r PERY 9.39
PhilpsV
.5 PVH 30.37
PoloRL
.4 r RL 47.55
SkechersA SKX 11.92
SteveMdn SHOO 19.83
Timberland r TBL 12.93
TrueRelig TRLG 17.68
UndrArmr
UA 26.50
VFCorp 4.0 VFC 57.76
Volcom
VLCM 11.80
Warnaco
WRC 30.62
Wolvrn 1.8 WWW 23.92

25.16
20.76
32.76
31.29
18.91
25.97
30.83
19.11
38.62
26.50
21.92
22.32
31.54
38.09
28.01
34.07
14.82
24.41
13.00
19.20
20.93
29.95
23.46
21.77
30.51
25.16
18.38
39.42
17.80

2.76 +37 1.3m 8


1.43 24 334 16
2.17 +42 3.7m 11
.17+133 6.5m 12
1.49 +49 2.4m 9
2.95 +83 918 16o
1.71 +72 1.4m 11
1.25 +13 657 10k
2.84 +76 3.1m 12
1.26+100 6.1m 8
+.07+120 1.2m 13
1.94 3 86 19k
2.61 +81 1.6m 10
1.44 +99 5.8m 8
3.29 +38 312 12
1.34 +61 9.3m 14
1.14 +62 1.7m 8o
2.41 +72 434 13k
.73 8 2.3m 12
2.02 36 67 12k
1.95 +8 761 10o
2.56 +62 229 15k
1.49 +3 427 20k
1.22 +90 802 13k
1.49 +68 534 9o
3.69 +93 1.2m 8o
1.66 +56 2.2m 12k
2.30 +92 1.7m 13k
1.15 +62 5.6m 11

17. APPAREL
1.27
1.08
1.18
1.13
1.25
.80
1.01
1.04
1.66
+.53
.94
1.15
1.38
1.25
1.52
.87
1.01
2.19
2.98
.65
2.26
3.85
1.10
1.06
1.77
2.05
.84
5.55
1.36
2.88
.03

16 814 11
+12 63 9
+3 8.5m 8
+28 410 10
+62 1.1m 14
+50 152 20
15 142 15
17 955 14o
30 1.2m 8
+44 35 ..
44 813 8k
26 1.7m 11
7 255 19
9 97 40
+6 3.2m 17
20 131 8k
+36 270 9
+36 5.7m 14o
+64 305 7o
21 208 5
0 1.2m 9o
+37 2.9m 11o
16 588 6
+20 349 14
+44 890 12
+22 1.2m 11o
16 873 31
+66 1.7m 10
13 415 8
+13 1.4m 10
+87 1.1m 12o

18. MISC
48 60 38 C D39.6 AlbnyInt 2.5 AIN 19.20 1.10 +88 577 9k
91 84 76 B D 46.2 Aptargrp 1.9 ATR 32.00 2.09 +80 704 14
16 51 2 A E 92.2 AracrzC
9 ARA 13.09 1.56 +78 1.1m 2
57 65 51 B E 56.2 Ball
1.3 r BLL 30.75 1.64 +43 1.4m 8
77 51 88 C C+29.9 Bemis 3.8 BMS 22.92 1.15 +31 1.5m 13k
88 51 87 C C+149972 BrkHaA
BRKA 113900 4100+145 3 15k
88 51 89 C B5059 BerkHaB BRKB 385575.00+152 79 15k
83 59 69 B D49.3 Carlisle 2.6 r CSL 24.21 1.30 +27 634 8k
75 74 64 B D66.4 Chemed .7 r CHE 32.71 2.02 +33 340 10k
16 1 50 .. D 19.1 CRJSB1
RYJ 10.81 .96 57 58 99k
61 77 28 B D51.2 Crane
3.8 CR 20.91 1.27 9 306 6k
83 87 66 B D29.6 CrownHldg r CCK 18.25 1.76 +45 2.6m 12
88 82 68 B D52.5 DuPont 4.9 DD 33.76 2.36 +63 12m 9
80 50 79 B D54.1 ESCOTech
ESE 35.41 2.13 9 214 21o
71 83 33 B E 101 Eaton
4.2 ETN 47.10 1.46 +54 3.3m 6
85 86 53 A D59.1 EmrsnEl 3.5 r EMR 34.37 1.78 +48 8.1m 11
52 35 69 D D17.0 FedSignl 2.6 FSS 9.25 .95 19 414 15
53 45 59 C D84.7 FortuneB 3.9 r FO 44.77 2.66 +30 1.2m 9
56 57 36 A E 42.1 GenElect 6.5 r GE 19.01 1.64 +71 156m 8
.. .. 64 .. E 18.6 GlbIncC 11 GCF 12.27 .24+134 69 99
89 95 61 B D73.5 GreifA 3.5 GEF 43.91 4.44 +9 422 11o
61 89 16 B E 66.5 Harsco 3.3 r HSC 23.83 3.07 +91 1.6m 7x
77 50 77 D D+77.3 Hitachi
.9 HIT 54.88 4.02 +91 153 ..k
65 88 34 B E 63.0 Honywel 3.5 HON 31.39 2.69+113 12m 8
90 87 62 A E 70.0 ITTCorp 1.6 ITT 43.74 2.47 +18 1.8m 11
65 65 64 C D 37.3 IntPaper 5.1 IP 19.60 2.02 +19 7.7m 8
.. .. 43 .. E 57.6 iShACWXn ACWX 30.42 2.23 18 51 99
.. .. 34 .. D54.4 iShThainya THD 25.71 .96 +16 25 99
67 72 53 C B33.8 Kadant
r KAI 17.17 1.79 16 78 9k
84 62 71 C B39.3 KamanA 2.6 KAMN 21.20 2.11 +9 168 16k
50 39 38 B E 45.6 KonPhlps 4.3 r PHG 21.65 .91 +67 1.3m 4
74 32 90 C B45.0 Lancstr 3.3 LANC 33.54 .78+121 336 18k
55 50 59 D E 56.9 LeucdNa .8 LUK 32.77 2.73 +70 2.3m ..o
81 91 45 B E 35.3 MDURes 3.3 MDU 18.68 1.88+111 2.6m 8
75 87 62 D B34.6 MeadWv 4.9 MWV 18.88 1.45 +27 2.1m 16k
24 19 29 B C+36.4 NeenahP 3.6 NP 11.21 2.67 +23 169 6
90 97 51 A C 30.4 Olin
5.5 OLN . 14.62 .78 +18 1.6m 8
67 88 22 B C+60.6 OwensIllinois r OI 21.64 1.46 35 2.3m 5
72 62 73 B D31.9 PackAmr 6.4 r PKG 18.87 1.42 +53 1.8m 12
82 39 90 B D 32.3 Pactiv
PTV 22.96 .17+156 4.7m 13
55 32 63 C E 48.2 PicoHlds
PICO 27.66 1.88 +37 200 ..o
85 77 87 C D+54.8 Potlatch 5.3 PCH 38.62 2.64 +74 1.0m 15
.. .. 30 .. D28.7 PSEmgMk 1.9 PXH 13.00 1.00+297 186 99
96 86 82 A C+47.8 RavnInd1.8 r RAVN 28.81 2.66 +7 127 16
98 78 97 B A46.4 RockTen 1.2 RKT . 33.26 2.15 +12 674 13o
59 36 68 D B 28.9 SchwtzM 4.0 SWM 14.90 1.05 +49 131 16k
76 55 90 B E 28.3 SealAir 2.3 SEE 20.48 +.65+203 4.4m 12
54 63 30 B E 160 Siemens 2.8 r SI 65.35 1.61+217 2.5m 9o
86 72 84 B D 58.6 SilgnHld 1.6 SLGN 43.36 2.01+204 655 12
75 72 71 B E 35.8 SonocoP 4.7 SON 23.20 2.02 +27 595 9
89 77 90 C D 30.0 StandexI 4.4 SXI 18.90 2.05 +59 114 12k
81 60 81 B E 81.2 Teleflex 2.8 TFX 49.04 3.09 +7 329 14k
45 21 86 E B 37.7 TempleI 3.0 TIN 13.40 .31 +32 3.6m 37
74 56 57 B D 47.3 Thomson 4.5 TRI 24.15 .93 +33 382 14
79 74 59 A E 97.0 3M
3.7 MMM 53.50 3.87+104 11m 10
61 41 70 D B21.0 Tredegar 1.3 TG 11.92 .74 5 218 13k
61 70 51 D E 48.0 TycoIn 2.4 r TYC 26.85 1.75 +15 4.5m 9o
79 84 55 B E 81.5 UntdTech 2.8 r UTX 46.33 3.35 +68 11m 9
69 80 50 B E 111 WaltrInd 1.2 r WLT 32.70 3.56 +39 4.9m 14

19. SEMICNDUCTRS
21 28 24 B D33.6
43 69 37 B E 36.0
39 92 24 C E 34.6
68 66 72 D E 18.8
27 6 66 D D+17.6
20 31 48 D E 33.0
85 89 78 A E 24.8
68 76 62 B E 37.2
42 41 57 B E 21.8
79 92 54 A E 35.8
61 88 32 B E 43.1
53 59 69 C E 46.6
70 73 43 A D34.8
30 21 69 E C 20.8
81 70 76 C B35.5
46 49 59 C D44.7
44 75 16 A E 35.0

ASMIntl
ASMI 12.27
ASML 2.3 r ASML 14.66
ATMI
ATMI 14.08
Actel
r ACTL 10.60
AdvEngy r AEIS 10.02
Advantst 2.8 ATE 15.00
Altera 1.2 ALTR 16.05
AnalogD 3.6 ADI 22.12
AppMat 1.9 AMAT 12.80
Atheros
ATHR . 18.57
Broadcom r BRCM 14.80
CabotMic r CCMP 25.83
Caviumn CAVM 12.23
Cohu
2.0 COHU 12.28
Cree
r CREE 19.49
Cymer
r CYMI 20.66
Diodes
DIOD 11.16

1.33+186 248 8k
.89 +1 3.5m 6
.34 +76 759 10k
.78 +17 283 37k
.56 +89 824 20
1.10 +26 61 53k
.86 +63 15m 16
.59 +26 6.8m 13o
+.33 +65 38m 12o
.68 38 1.2m 15
.05 +4 14m 14
2.05 +6 312 15
.25 39 528 43
1.24 2 139 43
.43 33 949 38
.41 9 498 9
1.03 9 490 7k

IBD Composite Rating


Earnings Per Share Growth Rating
Relative Price Strength Rating
Sales+Profit Margins+Return On Equity
Accumulation/Distribution (last 3 mos)

IBD Composite Rating


Earnings Per Share Growth Rating
Relative Price Strength Rating
Sales+Profit Margins+Return On Equity
Accumulation/Distribution (last 3 mos)

IBD Composite Rating


52-wk
Dividend
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Vol% Vol P
52-wk
Dividend
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Vol% Vol P
Earnings Per Share Growth Rating
6 6 666 High Stock % Yield Symbl Price Chg Chg 1000 E 6 6 666 High Stock % Yield Symbl Price Chg Chg 1000 E
Relative Price Strength Rating
Sales+Profit Margins+Return On Equity 29 21 53 D C 32.4 Wnnbgo 4.9 WGO 9.70 .61 +17 487 13 13 6 60 E D25.5 GreenHtrn GRH 10.12 1.64 19 22 ..
Accumulation/Distribution (last 3 mos)
39
89
26
B
E
52.6
GulfIsl
2.1
GIFI
18.84
2.71
+93
261 6
23. CHEMICALS
52-wk
Dividend
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Vol% Vol P
63 99 33 A D71.0 GlfMrk
GLF 28.59 4.58 +38 438 4
6 6 666 High Stock % Yield Symbl Price Chg Chg 1000 E 34 23 31 B B 41.0 AEPIndustr r AEPI 12.88 1.07 +42 30 .. 39 89 18 A E 55.4 Hallibtn 1.9 HAL . 19.05 1.94 +57 31m 7
67 86 36 B E 106 AirPrds 3.2 APD 55.06 5.16 +26 3.0m 11
99 85 98 B B15.5 7EagleTest EGLT 14.67 +.39 36 223 15 90 93 68 B D 65.5 Airgas 1.2 ARG 39.10 2.78+102 1.5m 13 35 77 11 A E 47.4 HelixEn
HLX 14.42 2.01 +16 2.5m 4
18 21 45 B E 25.1 ElecSci
r ESIO 10.58 .56 +20 209 12
69 85 40 B D48.4 Albemar 2.1 r ALB 23.40 1.64 +76 1.5m 9 62 92 43 A E 77.2 HelmPay .7 HP 28.83 2.12 +37 2.8m 7o
57 65 60 C B45.9 FormFactor FORM 15.96 .69 +2 675 35o
.7 HES . 53.50 8.78 +33 7.0m 6
77 60 75 B C+20.3 AmrVngrd .6 AVD 10.66 .86 10 137 15 67 98 36 A E 137 Hess
89 85 60 A B50.7 Hittite
HITT 26.98 .57 37 167 15k
71 64 61 C B46.5 ArchChem 3.1 ARJ 25.64 3.13 +25 256 10k 21 34 18 B D 67.4 Holly 3.5 r HOC 17.09 2.57 +19 1.7m 7
71 75 60 A E 28.0 Intel
3.6 INTC 15.60 .65 +54 105m 12
20 44 26 B E 48.1 HollyEn 15 HEP 19.43 +1.04+163 118 10k
54 87 27 B E 34.8 Intersil 3.7 r ISIL 13.06 .43 +9 3.3m 8 12 32 20 D E 69.0 Ashland 4.6 ASH 23.82 2.43+102 2.9m 8 63 86 37 A D59.4 Hornbeck
HOS 25.93 3.55 +59 1.5m 6
35 23 60 E B 36.8 IntlRect
IRF 15.56 .85 15 915 ..o 95 86 89 A D30.3 Balchem .5 BCPC 21.42 .55 +40 149 22k
3.0 CBT 23.92 2.33 +38 865 15k 45 75 54 .. E 37.9 HugotnRy 25 HGT 18.92 .96+146 831 8
26 49 33 B E 56.1 KLATncr 2.5 r KLAC 23.80 .61 +1 5.1m 8 76 50 84 B D 40.5 Cabot
52 84 33 A E 63.1 ImprlOil 1.3 IMO 28.82 2.34+103 1.8m 8
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32 49 33 B E 57.7 LamResrch LRCX 22.17 .89 +26 4.8m 6 47 95 17 A E 51.0 Celanese .9 r CE 18.42 .13 +86 4.5m 4 17 38 25 C E 35.1 Inergy 17 NRGY 13.89 1.34+115 382 16
87 85 77 A E 37.8 LinearT 3.3 LLTC 25.17 .41 +65 8.9m 13 61 69 53 A E 78.9 Ceradyne r CRDN 27.01 2.45 +20 663 5 39 61 45 D C+41.6 InterOil
IOC 13.76 4.35 +11 896 ..o
41 83 10 A E 96.1 MEMCElctr r WFR 22.58 .41 +23 7.4m 8 75 94 83 .. D 87.9 7CmpsMn 3.0 CMP 45.40 2.89 +19 986 15 23 16 97 E E 62.8 JamesRivr JRCC 15.96 .97 18 2.8m ..
53 38 75 D C 25.9 MKSInstr MKSI 16.36 .48 +40 686 12 48 75 28 C E 69.9 CytecInd 1.7 r CYT 29.70 2.51 +47 868 6 78 76 74 A E 60.9 KindrME 9 KMP 43.26 .74+273 2.5m 29
80 81 77 B E 38.4 Micrchp 5.5 r MCHP 24.65 .41 +66 5.4m 15 55 55 60 B E 47.4 DowChm 6.5 DOW 25.93 1.90 +36 12m 7 48 67 72 .. E 57.3 KindMrMg KMR 39.80 .46+239 1.1m 30
93 95 84 A D30.0 Microsemi MSCC 20.65 .06 +47 1.3m 16o 50 86 49 C E 78.3 EastChm 4.1 r EMN 42.77 +.02+181 3.1m 7 58 73 34 A D75.7 LDKSolrn
LDK 20.53 .95 +9 3.4m 8o
1.5 FMC . 32.73 3.41 +78 2.3m 8 43 89 18 B E 59.2 LaynChrst LAYN 20.14 2.28 +35 364 8
84 97 50 A D29.1 MnPwSy r MPWR . 13.67 .28 20 815 14k 54 93 31 A E 80.2 FMC
60 73 49 B E 27.5 NatSemi 2.3 NSM 13.89 .24 +40 8.7m 11o 68 82 65 C E 36.5 GenTek
GETI 21.67 1.78 +69 47 6
11 1 32 D D25.8 LegcyRes 17 LGCY 12.03 .54 +56 174 ..
95 94 81 A D+40.3 7NetLogic NETL 24.86 .30 +3 977 17 86 70 82 B D 22.0 Hercules 1.3 HPC 15.41 .55 37 1.7m 10
21 73 23 E E 31.3 LinnEngy 21 LINE 11.67 .58 +42 1.6m ..o
30 32 57 C E 29.1 Novellus r NVLS 15.21 .47 +21 4.2m 15 77 73 93 D E 41.5 Innophos 3.8 IPHS 17.97 +.25 10 572 5
45 73 43 B E 70.0 Lubrizol 3.9 LZ 31.97 1.69 +20 861 7
76 74 46 A C+35.0 PwrIntgn POWI . 19.39 .70 32 275 14 44 97 22 .. E 52.0 Koppers 4.3 r KOP 20.50 1.56 +29 343 6
61 87 49 B E 95.2 Lufkin 2.3 LUFK 44.16 5.27 +11 227 8
64 59 63 C B 53.4 SanDisk
SNDK 17.03 .90 31 7.5m 12 46 61 38 B E 33.2 Methnx 4.2 r MEOH 14.89 1.06 +26 691 4
MVO 12.09 1.40 +76 99 99
86 87 64 A C+20.8 Semtech r SMTC 10.83 .43 11 1.1m 10o 71 57 74 E B73.3 MinrlTec .4 MTX 49.78 3.58 +86 309 ..k 8 4 24 .. E 29.5 MVOilTr
43 42 20 A B73.0 SigmaDsgn r SIGM 10.65 .93 26 752 4o 48 87 39 B E 31.0 NalcoHld 1.1 NLC 13.02 1.23 +17 1.7m 9 41 86 34 B E 27.0 MagellM 10 MGG 13.22 +.26+127 755 9
83 80 73 A D45.2 SilcnLab
SLAB 26.28 .23 +59 1.5m 15 84 90 47 B C 93.6 NewMkt 2.1 r NEU 37.78 2.98 5 234 8 54 79 45 A E 45.0 MagMids 11 MMP 24.33 1.23+197 631 8
30
57
30
B
E
63.2
Marathn
3.6
MRO 26.88 2.42 +42 12m 6
48 65 45 C E 40.0 StdMicro r SMSC 19.81 .97 +81 333 10
64 84 44 B D39.6 NovaChm 2.2 NCX 17.00 1.02 +50 1.2m 3 50 86 20 A E 37.4 MarinerE
ME 12.63 1.59 +3 1.4m 4o
81 76 88 C D46.3 Supertex SUPX 24.10 1.00 +30 162 18
36 64 9 A E 66.0 O M Group OMG 14.49 1.40 +38 1.5m 2 13 23 27 D E 38.5 MarkWst 14 MWE 17.21 .79+212 786 ..
41 44 43 B E 45.0 Tessera
TSRA 13.16 .16 17 704 8
69 64 69 A D80.0 PPGInd 4.4 PPG 47.27 3.70 +14 1.9m 8 32 64 16 A E 39.6 MrtnMd 20 MMLP 14.35 .15 +83 77 6
60 80 45 B E 36.8 TexsInst 2.4 TXN 18.52 .82 +45 25m 9
30 17 53 C D41.3 Penford 1.9 PENX 12.35 .32 29 66 8 40 96 24 C E 95.7 MasseyEn .9 MEE 21.95 2.85 +42 12m 11
89 65 99 E B 16.6 Trnsmtahrs TMTA 15.81 .03 14 105 ..o 78 73 78 C D29.3 Polypore
PPO . 16.07 2.14 +38 502 17k 41 98 16 C E 30.4 MatrixSvc MTRX 9.49 1.13 +25 400 10o
69 73 74 E B17.2 Ultratech UTEK 9.79 .21 +48 278 40
85 87 59 A E 99 Praxair 2.4 r PX . 61.26 3.27 +58 4.4m 15 35 82 5 A E 67.1 McDermott MDR 17.32 .55 +18 7.3m 6o
32 57 35 B E 51.8 VarianSm r VSEA 19.14 .38 +35 1.5m 9
16 6 43 B E 28.0 Verigy
r VRGY 13.12 .46 44 399 8o 70 61 63 C D+33.8 QkrChem 5.2 KWR 17.56 1.29 +70 141 10k 51 73 56 D E 35.5 McmornExp MMR 12.81 2.68 +25 1.5m 55
ROC . 13.82 1.94 +37 928 6k 79 77 99 A D55.9 MexcoEn
MXC 9.45 .71 46 12 14
84 85 79 A E 28.2 Xilinx 2.9 r XLNX 19.23 .25+112 16m 13 46 94 14 C E 43.7 RockwdH
59 64 69 D B50.0 Rogers
r ROG 28.73 2.28 23 82 14 65 97 40 A E 101 MurphOil 2.0 MUR . 50.00 1.73 +54 4.4m 6
20. AEROSPACE
92 72 96 B D76.5 RoHaas 2.6 ROH 64.30 3.51 1 2.9m 18 27 63 19 B E 50.6 NaborsInds NBR 16.17 1.41 +30 12m 5
63 93 30 B C+39.4 AAR
AIR 10.74 1.21 +32 838 5o
56 81 59 D E 25.5 Schlmn 4.0 SHLM 14.88 1.47 +76 298 10k 35 75 21 B E 60.4 NatcoGpA NTG 23.21 2.65 +5 257 10k
78 86 66 B E 120 AllintTch
ATK 78.20 5.14+135 730 11
90 81 77 A D+63.0 SigmAl 1.2 SIAL 44.04 2.44 +76 2.5m 17 47 98 11 A E 92.7 NatlOilVr
NOV . 28.70 5.34 +50 14m 6
65 73 51 A C+54.2 Astronics ATRO 13.31 .81 36 34 8k
14 23 23 C D102 Sinopec 6.5 SHI 20.03 1.89 +99 84 ..k 46 95 27 B E 33.0 NGSvcs
NGS 11.84 1.80 33 104 10
44 78 38 B E 103 Boeing 3.6 r BA 44.41 3.29 +58 12m 8
58 33 99 .. D18.0 Solutian
SOA 9.60 1.26 52 479 ..k 48 86 31 A E 41.7 NatRsPt 11 NRP 18.20 1.30 +98 355 11
74 81 68 B E 56.8 CurtsWrt .9 CW 34.29 2.19 +3 370 13
94 87 93 C C+60.8 Stepan 2.3 SCL 36.83 3.48 17 62 15k 27 71 11 B E 69.8 NewfldExpl NFX 21.17 1.78 5 3.0m 6
51 79 30 C C+42.7 Ducmmun 2.0 DCO 15.33 1.86 +31 122 7
23 23 31 D D32.5 Valhi
3.4 VHI 11.71 3.22+374 301 ..k 42 79 16 A E 42.7 Nexen 1.3 NXY . 14.14 .95 +40 5.6m 4
31 77 27 .. E 50.4 Embraer 3.4 ERJ 18.63 .36 +89 2.2m 7o
74 57 85 B D42.7 WD40 3.6 WDFC 27.60 3.89 +57 140 14k 51 93 28 A E 69.0 Noble
.7 NE . 28.88 2.19 +30 7.4m 5
61 78 47 C D62.9 Esterline
ESL 31.81 1.84 +12 431 10o
71 89 62 B E 95.1 GenDyn 2.3 r GD 60.92 4.64 +24 4.0m 10 89 62 96 C A+26.5 WestlkCh 1.2 WLK 17.65 .96 +15 571 11 54 96 17 A E 105 NobleEnr 2.0 NBL 35.92 3.86 +68 5.1m 5
48 79 43 B E 63.9 NustarEn 12 NS 31.27 1.22 +56 338 9o
24. ENERGY
66 94 36 B E 75.7 Goodrich 2.8 r GR 31.82 1.92 8 1.6m 6
36
64
39
B
E
35.4
Nustarn
10
NSH 14.38 .52 3 344 13o
ATPG 8.64 2.01 +47 1.5m 2o
71 90 55 B D56.9 Heico
.4 HEI . 27.97 .12 +41 243 16 28 70 3 A E 57.6 ATPO&G
42 48 57 B E 38.3 OGEEnrg 6.2 OGE 22.54 2.28 +85 945 8k
75 90 65 B E 44.6 HeicoA .4 HEIA 24.30 .37 44 44 14 29 90 7 B E 48.6 AegeanM .4 ANW . 11.37 .77 39 468 14
52 84 33 B D 110 OYOGeo
OYOG 30.85 1.15 29 35 11
95 96 96 A C+27.0 IntgrlSys
ISYS 15.52 .57 27 291 16 32 71 28 B E 31.0 AlliaHld 10 AHGP 13.62 .25 +80 108 9k
87 99 58 A C+30.9 LMIAerospc LMIA 14.08 .82 26 70 9k 34 57 42 B E 58.0 AllncRes 10 ARLP 25.03 .16+125 301 8 76 97 45 A E 100 OcciPet 2.7 r OXY . 48.00 6.55 +27 12m 5
OII 31.84 2.03 +26 1.7m 9
80 86 84 B E 120 Lockhee 2.5 r LMT 92.00 6.00 +53 4.9m 12 75 98 78 C D119 AlphaNtRs ANR 35.00 4.62 2 4.4m 27 48 87 18 A E 85.9 Oceanrng
r OIS 22.24 2.00 +15 1.4m 5
81 85 60 B C+49.2 MoogA
MOGA 29.18 3.39 +86 375 11k 39 33 54 B E 38.0 Amerigas 11 APU 21.94 2.95+252 303 11o 46 93 22 A E 64.8 OilStIntl
53 80 53 C E 85.2 NorthrpG 3.3 r NOC 48.30 3.76 +22 3.6m 8 26 86 21 D E 81.4 Anadarko 1.2 r APC 30.41 4.39 +31 12m 6 69 91 54 A E 65.9 ONEOKPtr 10 OKS 39.25 2.76+186 457 7
.8 APA 71.80 8.65 +11 6.2m 5 30 81 26 D E 57.9 OrmatTch .8 ORA 24.38 3.04 +43 440 20
89 85 76 B C+27.9 OrbitalSci r ORB . 19.15 1.40 +48 846 17 71 96 47 A D149 Apache
PHIIK 21.82 5.10 +85 67 10
60 94 27 A D154 PrecCast .2 PCP 58.96 3.95 7 1.6m 8 61 93 36 A D30.0 Approachn AREX 9.55 1.03 44 102 11 52 71 44 C C+41.7 PHInv
75 85 69 C E 67.5 RaythnB 2.4 RTN 46.26 3.50 +72 5.0m 12 51 99 21 B E 77.4 ArchCoal 1.6 ACI 22.53 2.58 0 8.7m 10 51 87 24 A E 40.0 PanhanO 1.9 r PHX 14.95 .75 +25 42 7
PCX 14.83 .47 +45 3.8m ..o
ARD 23.99 2.78 +33 1.4m 12o 16 65 26 .. E 82.2 PatriotCn
64 91 46 A E 76.0 RockColl 2.5 COL 37.65 2.73 +24 1.7m 9 74 99 36 A D 57.6 ArenaRes
19 55 24 B E 37.5 PattUTI 5.0 PTEN 12.70 1.33 +14 6.0m 5
29 53 22 B E 38.4 SpiritAer
SPR 12.08 .80 +66 2.3m 5 50 88 21 B D+50.1 AtlasAm 1.1 ATLS 18.18 2.68 +34 518 15
49 84 25 B E 88.7 PeabdyEn .8 BTU 30.09 1.85 +8 12m 14
90 92 80 B D66.2 Teledyne
TDY 42.50 3.77 +33 361 14 50 93 19 A E 45.4 AtlasEn 15 ATN 15.66 2.34 +17 410 7
62 90 40 A E 81.0 PennVA .7 PVA 32.11 3.43 +14 1.2m 13
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8
20
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AtlasPpl
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39 87 8 A E 74.4 Textron 5.0 TXT 18.29 1.72 +30 5.0m 4
22 APL 17.41 1.09 +92 747 .. 46 89 15 A E 36.5 PenVaGP 11 PVG 12.50 1.07 +83 87 9k
92 96 67 A D+51.6 TransDg
TDG 27.99 .73 +36 659 10o 23 73 15 D E 49.6 AtlasPi
69 91 42 B D86.4 Triumph .5 r TGI 33.90 .72 +38 359 6k 60 99 28 A E 63.5 AtwoodOcn ATW . 25.89 .92 +20 1.8m 8o 35 71 15 A E 30.2 PennVAR 16 PVR 10.94 1.58 +88 349 9
17 51 16 B E 34.9 BJSvcs 1.7 BJS 11.66 1.60 +44 11m 5 10 19 28 B E 35.5 PennWstE 24 PWE 15.41 .64+133 6.6m 34o
21. ALCOHOL/TOB
65 91 42 A E 79.8 BPplc
7.6 BP 40.70 4.00 +78 13m 5 77 95 85 .. E 27.8 Permian 16 PBT 17.69 1.40 +45 781 8o
69 46 75 B E 24.5 Altria 7.4 MO 17.38 .72 +95 31m 10 68 81 78 .. D108 BPPrdh 15 BPT 74.60 7.89 +60 365 9x 42 92 17 A E 62.8 PetroCn 3.3 PCZ 22.50 1.97 +82 4.6m 3
90 58 97 B C+68.6 Anheuse 2.4 BUD 61.61 1.31 4 7.9m 21 41 87 19 A E 100 BakrHugh 1.6 BHI 37.40 4.02 +53 9.6m 7 24 41 26 B E 266 Petchina 5.5 PTR 74.63 8.12 +40 1.2m 8o
97 77 93 A B55.3 BostnBeer SAM 42.48 2.43 +44 175 19 30 73 11 B E 60.9 BarrettBl
HK 10.64 2.00 +2 10m 14o
BBG 17.82 3.61 +84 1.9m 11o 29 81 16 C E 54.5 Petrohawk
93 81 64 A E 81.0 BritAmT 4.9 BTI 52.95 5.32 +43 329 11k 33 70 23 A E 33.0 BasicEn
BAS 11.66 1.44 2 443 5 55 95 25 A E 64.9 PetrbrsA 2.3 PBRA 22.38 1.17 +75 21m 6
91 70 85 A D+78.8 BrownFrB 2.2 r BFB 62.97 4.74 +72 665 17 31 81 48 .. E 35.2 BaytexE 18 BTE 15.00 1.11+134 1.1m 8o 57 95 26 A E 77.6 Petrobrs .1 PBR 27.59 2.19 +57 39m 7o
76 97 30 B E 77.5 CntlErDst CEDC 32.12 2.72 43 601 15 48 96 16 A E 62.2 BerryPe 1.5 BRY 20.51 3.24 +19 1.0m 6 30 91 17 C E 79.1 PetroDev PETD 26.39 4.08 25 163 8
74 94 32 A E 88.8 CompBbd 3.0 ABV 37.79 1.66+106 1.6m 8o 58 82 45 A E 33.3 BdwlkPpl 11 BWP 16.30 .80 +72 652 8 62 81 42 A D 82.2 PionrNtr .9 PXD 34.00 4.07 +12 3.0m 8
80 95 72 .. D45.8 CpCervcr 4.0 CCU 26.25
... +84 109 8k 48 96 29 C D34.5 BreitBrn 17 BBEP 12.08 .16 33 165 7o 81 96 45 A D 22.7 PionSwE 16 PSE 12.26 .19 +50 101 4
76 83 70 D D26.5 ConstelA
STZ 16.19 .85 +16 2.2m 9o 31 63 18 B E 59.0 Bristowgp
11 PAA 29.75 .46+177 1.2m 10
BRS 22.07 2.58 +6 686 6k 20 50 41 D E 57.1 PlainAl
r PXP 20.05 3.70 +75 5.2m 4
74 82 73 D E 26.3 ConstellB STZB 16.52 .82 86 4 9 45 71 21 A E 30.0 BuckGP 11 BGH 11.15 .34+519 398 13k 45 92 8 A E 79.9 PlainsEx
72 58 65 A E 93.1 Diageo 4.6 DEO 57.03 2.27+144 2.1m 11o 42 50 40 A E 55.5 BuckeyeP 12 BPL 27.05 1.53 +62 271 9 16 41 27 B E 28.6 PrecDril 13 PDS 10.62 1.06 5 1.3m 4
44
95
21
A
E
48.9
PrideIntl
PDE 17.81 2.23 +48 4.4m 6
82 57 76 A D 92.8 Lorilla 6.1 r LO 60.36 3.37 +55 3.9m 11 23 51 11 A E 68.8 CoGnGeoV CGV 18.12 .46 +18 394 6o
69 61 71 C E 59.5 MolCoorB 2.0 TAP 41.00 1.77 +1 1.9m 13 61 98 18 A E 218 CNOOC 6.2 CEO 76.46 9.44 +17 814 5o 46 93 16 A E 74.9 Questar 1.9 STR 25.47 2.36 +13 2.4m 7
CXG 15.71 1.14 +55 661 13k 47 99 16 A E 26.9 QkslvGs 13 KGS 10.30 1.53 +18 42 18k
92 82 73 A D56.3 PhilMor 5.5 PM 39.00 4.05 +70 18m 12o 50 95 20 A E 45.5 CNXGas
KWK 10.81 1.48 25 2.8m 11
66 66 60 B E 72.0 ReynldAm8.5 r RAI 39.84 3.46 1 1.6m 8 46 91 19 A E 72.9 CabotO&G .5 COG 22.65 1.40 +37 4.2m 10 49 98 8 A D45.0 Quickslvr
2.5 RES 9.69 1.05 +5 540 13
CPE 10.70 1.17 +45 437 8k 65 59 55 A C+18.9 RPC
91 61 97 A D68.9 UST
4.1 r UST 60.97 .53 26 2.8m 16 40 86 35 D D28.9 CallnPet
CAM . 26.07 2.47 +52 7.0m 10 51 92 28 A D76.8 RangeRes .5 RRC 29.28 1.36 +35 5.9m 15
67 26 71 C B68.0 Universl 4.6 r UVV 38.85 3.88 +18 426 9x 61 95 27 A D58.5 Cameron
79 57 79 B D21.9 VectorGp 11 VGR 14.37 .72 +55 407 18o 61 88 36 A E 109 CdnNtRe .8 CNQ 45.70 4.05 +24 6.1m 7 33 73 18 D E 34.8 RegncyE 14 RGNC 12.12 .78 +35 551 99o
2.6 REP 22.41 2.80+119 2.2m 5o
44 73 32 B D51.8 CdnSolar
CSIQ 11.45 1.31 20 2.3m 6o 61 82 44 A D44.9 Repsol
22. BUILDING
78 67 82 A D62.6 CarboCe 1.7 r CRR 39.16 4.30 +46 792 17 53 73 34 A E 29.7 RosettaR ROSE 11.99 1.54 26 382 6o
91 74 73 B C+23.0 AAON 2.2 AAON 14.30 1.04 2 120 11
2.1 RDC 18.77 2.01 +26 4.5m 4
42 92 7 A E 76.3 Carrizo
CRZO 17.99 3.63 +11 982 11o 43 84 20 A E 47.9 Rowan
77 83 71 B D53.9 Acuity 1.6 r AYI 31.62 1.92 +37 791 8o
51 92 28 B E 55.7 ChartInds GTLS 19.28 +.13 +13 578 8o 40 90 42 .. E 88.7 RoyDShA 5.7 RDSA 47.44 4.87+145 6.3m 4k
52 94 39 B E 38.3 AecomTecn ACM . 17.21 .97 +34 1.1m 13o
34 89 11 B E 74.0 ChesEngy 1.7 CHK 17.71 4.70+230 70m 4 40 91 42 .. E 87.9 RoyDShB 6.9 RDSB 46.63 4.76+233 1.9m 4k
28 2 81 E E 32.4 AWod 2.0 AMWD 17.60 1.65 32 61 ..
79 87 57 A D104 Chevron 4.1 CVX . 64.00 9.10 +68 26m 6 70 91 75 .. E 70.8 SabnRylt 15 SBR 44.00 2.67 +12 59 8k
31 67 16 B E 138 Ameron 2.8 AMN 43.57 2.74 19 100 6
28 23 37 B D178 ChinaPet 3.2 SNP 62.11 4.32 1 632 .. 57 68 78 .. E 47.3 SanJuanB 17 SJT 31.38 2.90 +20 225 11o
44 76 30 B E 28.3 ApogeE 3.0 r APOG 9.77 .57 +13 525 5o
SD 12.18 1.79 +10 4.0m 21o
77 92 64 A E 74.5 Cimarex .7 XEC 36.36 3.64 +84 3.1m 5o 28 73 6 B E 69.4 Sandrdgen
21 17 66 .. E 39.4 ArmstrW
AWI 23.76 .62 +24 316 9k
6.1 SSL 25.93 2.42 +49 1.5m 5o
43 43 74 C E 121 ClayWEgy CWEI 41.59 4.41 14 87 .. 52 96 23 A E 67.9 Sasol
59 44 77 C C 92.3 BlackDc 3.3 r BDK 51.13 2.05 +23 1.0m 9
25 11 59 D C+20.7 CleanEnn CLNE 9.27 1.13 29 784 ..o 67 89 43 A E 114 Schlmbrg 1.4 r SLB 61.14 5.00 +44 17m 13
63 77 47 B D44.1 CRHPlc 5.3 CRH 19.51 .94 7 172 5
39 73 20 A E 37.8 CompPdS
CPX 11.30 1.44 7 1.1m 5 53 63 51 B E 97.8 SeacorHldg CKH 57.86 6.53 12 235 6
48 20 84 E C 41.6 CavcoInd r CVCO 29.19 2.24 9 35 35k
1.2 SII 40.85 3.03 +10 4.7m 11
59 81 46 A E 90.6 ComstckRes CRK 29.69 2.51 +31 1.9m 10 55 92 33 A E 88.4 Smith
20 61 7 B E 32.6 Cemex
CX 8.17 1.95+265 28m 2
72 86 66 B D41.0 ConchoRn
CXO 18.52 2.19 11 931 61o 78 98 62 A E 52.7 SouthwstEn SWN 23.48 1.55 +42 10m 22
12 8 34 E D 30.8 Centex 1.6 CTX 10.17 1.68 4 7.0m ..
70 88 45 A D 96.0 ConocPh 3.5 COP 53.83 8.20 +49 22m 5 75 83 59 A D 29.2 Spectra 5.6 r SE 17.85 1.36 +39 5.5m 9
29 85 5 A E 63.5 ChicgB&I 1.3 CBI 12.59 +.33 +36 2.1m 5 23 64 20 C E 119 ConslEng 1.2 r CNX 33.10 3.85 +7 7.9m 34 45 65 45 B E 26.7 Spectra
9 SEP 14.99 +.09+150 160 10
98 99 80 C D15.8 ComfrtS 1.7 r FIX . 10.66 .58 +13 477 9k
57 51 73 D B26.8 Spire
SPIR 10.99 1.50 25 53 ..
52 32 87 E D75.1 DeltcTm .6 r DEL 48.84 2.68 +30 95 99k 50 73 41 A E 95.2 Contango r MCF 40.06 1.65 +34 297 8o
CLR 22.13 3.30 +27 2.8m 10 59 97 32 A E 65.6 StMaryLE .4 SM . 24.04 3.41 9 1.1m 5
36 47 42 C C 44.2 DrewIndu r DW 13.09 1.60 18 234 8k 74 99 47 A E 83.8 ContlResn
50 92 28 B E 39.8 CopanEn 12 CPNO 17.86 .82 +70 538 12 59 94 35 A E 43.3 Statoil 3.7 STO 18.43 .99+144 4.3m 5
17 23 32 C D 41.3 EagleMat 5.1 EXP 15.66 1.36 12 871 10
SGY 26.75 3.17 +41 1.4m 3
68 97 38 A E 155 CoreLa
.5 CLB 75.93 2.84 +45 550 13 51 82 27 A E 74.0 StoneEgy
77 70 81 E C+24.1 FerroCp 3.7 FOE 15.53 1.20 15 570 ..
71 91 49 A E 30.4 CovantaH r CVA 17.66 .47+154 2.5m 16 14 8 40 C E 48.5 SuburbP 13 SPH 23.70 2.27+115 204 8
49 92 25 B E 101 Fluor
1.3 FLR . 39.21 1.62 +14 5.1m 13o 45 87 53 .. E 64.3 CrosTim 20 CRT 32.33 2.95 +24 42 8k
44 91 18 A E 74.3 SuncrEr .8 SU 24.13 1.77 +72 14m 7
46 62 47 C E 30.9 FullerHB 1.8 r FUL 14.48 1.35 +34 822 8 20 78 6 C E 39.7 Crosstex 14 XTXI 10.16 1.50 +62 553 13
28 37 27 B C+78.8 Sunoco 4.8 SUN 24.76 1.55 +28 6.2m 12
59 98 16 A E 50.1 Gafisan 1.6 GFA 13.54 2.30 +53 1.5m 7o 9 33 10 C E 35.7 Crosstx 23 XTEX 10.70 .64 +95 270 ..
65 89 46 B E 59.5 SunocoLg 12 SXL 30.05 2.95+136 140 7k
42 68 53 D D 57.4 GraniteC 2.1 r GVA 24.31 1.41 +35 1.0m 8k 2 13 14 D E 46.1 DCPMidP 18 DPM 13.05 .55 +70 274 .. 39 68 28 A E 164 SunPowrA SPWRA 42.66 4.35 9 2.6m 24
53 95 11 A E 70.7 HomexDvlp r HXM 20.49 3.23+125 1.3m 4 51 95 13 A D83.9 DawsnGeo DWSN 26.01 3.79 +67 200 5 36 68 31 .. ..74.0 SunPwrB SPWRB 36.68 5.23 50 1.1m 21k
49 92 19 B E 103 JacobsEng
JEC 36.58 1.88 +19 2.4m 11 47 99 9 A E 40.3 DenbryRes DNR . 10.90 1.09 +65 6.2m 6
64 98 34 A D90.0 SuntechP
STP 23.38 1.23 14 4.5m 16o
50 43 70 E B30.6 KBHome 6.8 KBH 14.64 1.71 +10 6.5m ..o 71 92 49 A D 127 DevnEngy 1.0 DVN 64.25 8.20 +7 7.8m 7o 48 92 14 A E 57.8 SuperEgry SPN 17.61 2.25 +25 2.1m 4
44 91 18 C C 45.2 KBRInc 1.3 KBR 14.83 +.07+133 9.3m 9 67 97 38 A E 149 DiamndOf .7 DO 74.30 2.70 +21 2.5m 9 49 59 39 A D+35.8 SuperWell SWSI 14.62 2.48 26 227 11
36 49 43 E B26.1 LennarA 1.8 LEN 9.00 1.47 +20 10m ..o 26 51 52 .. E 27.5 DomRsBW 26 DOM 14.72 1.19 +73 61 5
67 98 25 A D68.5 SwiftErgy
SFY . 25.13 3.96 +6 1.1m 3
87 66 88 C C 42.2 Lennox 1.9 r LII 29.56 .24+118 1.5m 11 79 90 60 A D36.5 DorchMn 17 DMLP 17.59 1.41+104 158 8k
45 54 46 A E 37.7 TCPipeln 12 TCLP 22.33 .11+115 160 8
51 41 75 E C+48.6 MDCHld 3.3 MDC 29.91 1.88 10 1.1m .. 69 95 41 B E 42.5 DresserR r DRC 21.69 1.92 13 918 13
45 94 13 A E 84.8 T3Engy
TTES . 20.67 .81 +17 265 7
64 34 98 E B26.0 MIHomes MHO 16.11 .47 +26 306 .. 52 85 24 A E 65.4 DrilQuip
r DRQ 27.29 2.17 +59 1.2m 10 24 73 16 C E 29.8 TargaRes 20 NGLS 10.10 1.00 +70 629 6o
44 49 61 B E 143 MrtMar 2.1 MLM 76.15 3.35 +12 911 14 26 44 37 C E 25.2 DuncanE 14 DEP 11.51 .99+155 232 10k
29 52 33 B E 40.8 TeppcoP 14 TPP 19.66 1.27 +93 917 10
29 12 69 D E 25.3 Masco 7.0 MAS 13.49 1.60 +75 10m 10 62 96 46 A E 144 EOGRes .8 EOG 64.36 7.27 +14 5.2m 9
22 91 10 .. E 36.8 Tesco
TESO 10.46 .55 +57 487 11k
42 10 95 E C 29.5 Meritage
MTH 13.90 2.21 11 964 27 9 11 20 C E 39.0 EVEngy 21 EVEP 13.28 1.09+127 226 .. 9 8 10 B D66.0 Tesoro
4.3 TSO 9.20 1.28 +14 10m ..
45 34 68 D C+87.4 MohawkInd MHK 51.06 3.79+138 2.4m 8 95 99 78 A ..27.9 Ecopetr 1.3 EC 20.00 +1.20 87 11 15 66 76 60 A E 71.3 Tidewatr 2.4 r TDW 41.03 2.66 4 1.4m 6
67 23 95 C B679 NVR
NVR 520.028.15 +47 134 8k 69 86 43 A E 25.7 ElPasoP 8.9 EPB 13.24 .26 +75 421 12 69 91 40 A E 91.3 TotalSA 5.8 TOT 48.10 3.71+187 8.4m 5o
52 9 89 D D+28.6 OwensC
OC 19.25 .68 +14 1.1m 17 16 40 37 .. E 56.0 EnbrEM
EEQ 29.00 2.16 +84 99 13 65 79 71 C E 43.9 TransCda 4.9 TRP 28.82 2.88+100 833 12k
34 63 17 B D 66.8 Perini
PCR 14.73 2.02 +35 949 4o 51 86 38 B E 54.2 EnbrEner 13 EEP 29.00 1.44+141 702 8
32 76 22 B E 33.1 TrnsMon 16 TLP 13.75 .29+114 70 6
43 1 93 E B19.7 PulteHom 1.5 PHM 10.80 1.08 3 10m .. 65 56 71 B D46.8 Enbridge 4.0 ENB 30.86 2.69 +48 951 16o 61 96 33 A E 163 Transocn
RIG 77.67 4.02 +60 13m 5
70 96 58 C D35.4 Quanta
PWR . 19.14 +.43+134 8.1m 23o 54 87 39 A E 99 Encana 3.7 r ECA 43.66 2.70 +20 6.8m 7 4 6 7 B E 43.4 TricoM
TRMA 11.11 +.19 10 409 2
68 68 59 B D25.2 RPMIntl 5.1 RPM 14.85 .75 +98 1.6m 8o 41 83 26 A E 79.6 EncoreAcq r EAC 22.49 2.92 10 1.2m 5 47 99 7 A D68.3 TrinaSol
TSL 11.56 1.25 11 1.1m 4o
40 23 69 E C+37.9 RylandGp 2.6 RYL 18.72 1.88 7 2.4m .. 49 73 49 C E 28.7 EncoreE 19 ENP 14.40 2.51 +69 105 23k 61 97 29 A E 102 UltraPt
UPL 40.21 3.64 +12 3.5m 21
8 45 4 D E 77.3 ShawGp
SGR 16.57 1.33 +80 4.1m 20o 72 73 88 C D83.3 EnergyCnv ENER 34.13 3.25 +37 3.8m 99o 35 81 17 C D42.1 Ultrapar 10 UGP 15.52 .17 +14 128 9
55 20 86 D B33.5 SimpsnMf 1.8 SSD 21.77 1.23 0 417 20 52 3 95 .. B+11.1 EngInfra
UNT 32.05 2.55 +45 1.5m 4
EII 10.13
... 91 8 .. 53 93 30 A E 88.2 Unit Corp
30 2 68 E C 36.4 Skyline 3.6 SKY 19.85 1.26 +22 109 ..k 33 56 23 A E 37.0 EngyTEq 12 ETE 15.28 1.04+181 1.4m 9 12 35 15 B E 75.8 ValeroEn 3.1 r VLO 19.06 3.38 +32 18m 4
84 81 83 C D 51.1 SmithAO 2.6 r AOS 29.78 .68+215 843 8k 32 58 33 B E 55.9 EngyTsfr 13 ETP 26.55 1.90+155 1.4m 8 43 91 20 A E 60.0 WTOffshr .7 WTI 17.12 2.09 +8 1.5m 3o
84 88 79 B D62.2 SnapOn 3.0 SNA 40.17 3.25 +46 815 10 31 68 32 B E 50.6 Enerplus 22 ERF 23.88 1.95 +73 2.1m 8o 40 94 13 A E 50.0 WeathIntl WFT 14.69 1.93 +43 18m 7
67 67 64 B D59.0 Stanley 3.7 r SWK 34.62 2.04 +34 1.1m 8 49 90 30 A E 85.2 ENISPA 10 E 38.98 3.32+131 2.1m 4k 77 96 53 A D17.5 WstnGas 11 WES 10.58 .98 17 143 18
44 67 35 B D27.0 SterlCons STRL 11.68 1.47 43 68 9 61 92 38 A E 83.2 EnscoInt .3 r ESV 37.89 4.08 +21 4.0m 5 54 94 32 A E 112 WhitingP
WLL 38.26 5.24 +29 1.6m 7
47 52 46 E D+37.8 TecmsehA TECUA 16.20 2.32 +14 200 99 42 83 31 C E 37.3 EnterpGP 10 EPE 16.92 .25+174 423 15 14 1 53 .. E 25.3 Whiting 43 WHX 13.89 1.00 19 101 99
13 39 20 C E 81.5 TexasIn 1.1 TXI 26.25 2.06 +30 807 9o 60 92 48 C E 32.6 EntpsPrd 10 EPD 19.09 .79+239 3.1m 11 33 73 12 C E 47.9 Willbros
WG 14.58 .21 +51 1.3m 10
66 73 76 D E 22.7 Thermadyn THMD 10.26 .79 26 72 9k 16 56 6 B E 92.8 ExterranH EXH 22.16 1.47 +5 1.4m 7 49 98 17 A E 40.8 WmsCo 2.8 WMB 15.60 2.18 +16 13m 6
36 23 70 D C+52.3 ThorInd 1.4 THO 20.66 1.34 +17 601 12o 24 70 11 A E 36.0 ExterrP 15 EXLP 10.98 +.41+103 49 6k 70 99 34 A D 45.8 WmsPtrs 12 WPZ 19.46 .24+136 1.0m 6
61 22 93 C B28.0 TollBros
TOL 18.87 1.38 15 5.0m 9o 91 90 71 A C 96.1 ExxonMbl 2.4 XOM 68.00 9.00 +91 66m 8 30 66 49 .. E 20.8 WmsPipl 10 WMZ 11.58 .43 +35 202 2
79 63 82 B B 60.0 Toro
1.8 r TTC 33.56 2.85 7 506 10o 67 96 35 A D 83.2 FMCTech
FTI . 37.47 .56+116 5.1m 13 60 85 44 B D45.1 WldFuel 1.0 INT 15.61 3.47 +72 576 5o
77 71 98 E B21.7 Trex
TWP 12.66 1.35 46 168 ..k 14 10 38 C E 23.3 Ferllgas 16 FGP 11.96 1.41+214 379 35o 64 84 33 A D73.7 XTOEnrgy 1.5 XTO 32.21 6.70 +59 23m 8
FSLR . 118.1 9.33 +22 3.7m 44o
41 77 34 C E 64.2 URS
URS 24.22 2.30 +18 1.5m 9o 51 73 32 A E 317 FstSolar
25. AGRICULTURE
13 FDG 73.69 1.71 +4 4.1m 18 60 88 42 B E 72.0 AGCO
24 23 40 E C+40.3 USG
USG 18.81 1.04 +67 1.9m .. 93 79 98 A B96.0 FdgCCT
AG 33.12 +.40 +73 3.1m 9
FST . 27.42 5.58 +44 2.7m 6 45 95 25 A E 113 Agrium .3 r AGU . 37.62 .65 +91 11m 6
48 20 86 E C+38.4 UnivFrst .5 UFPI 24.37 2.36 +40 268 32 50 89 23 A D83.1 ForestOil
69 48 84 C C+28.3 Valspar 3.1 r VAL 18.06 1.25 +36 1.2m 11 2 14 10 D E 89.7 FdtnCoal 1.0 r FCL 20.47 1.34 +66 4.3m 49 46 83 48 D E 26.5 AlamoG 1.8 ALG 13.50 .85 +52 74 8k
66 33 84 B C 96.1 Vulcan 3.5 VMC 56.27 5.50 +28 2.0m 15 22 54 12 B D49.1 FrontOil 2.4 r FTO 9.93 1.64 10 4.1m 2o 71 87 56 A E 51.2 Anderso 1.2 ANDE 28.65 1.45 3 323 6
84 56 92 C B61.1 Watsco 4.6 WSO 39.33 2.36 +27 341 16 64 99 37 A E 88.4 GMXResrcs GMXR 25.34 2.56 +61 921 15o 45 91 13 B E 135 Bunge 1.7 BG 42.44 .84 4 2.6m 3
.7 CF . 55.83 1.48 +60 7.4m 5
79 64 90 D D+33.0 WattsWa 1.8 WTS 25.06 .52 +76 1.1m 12 15 24 34 D E 25.2 Geokinetic GOK 9.75 2.48 23 17 .. 48 98 23 A E 172 CFInds
46 11 78 E B78.0 Weyerha 5.0 WY 47.87 3.40 12 2.6m .. 10 2 36 D E 86.2 GoodrPet
GDP 21.02 3.46 24 1.3m ..o 32 94 11 B E 70.0 CNHGlobl 2.7 CNH 15.51 +1.32+192 1.1m 4

IBD Composite Rating


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

6 6 666 High
36 2 71 E B 21.4
40 82 27 A E 94.9
24 23 49 D D+28.0
47 96 15 A E 76.2
26 42 43 C E 43.4
17 20 19 A D28.9
74 92 73 B E 131
78 90 61 B D 145
43 98 10 A E 163
65 99 36 A E 241
52 48 78 C B46.9
62 99 44 A E 59.5
63 93 41 A E 66.8
37 73 21 A E 57.6
60 95 36 A E 171

Stock

Dividend
Close
Vol% Vol P
% Yield Symbl Price Chg Chg 1000 E

Cadiz
CDZI 13.35
Deere 2.9 r DE . 39.00
ImprlSgr 2.4 IPSU 11.48
IntPotashn
IPI 21.15
Kubota 2.6 KUB 21.05
LSBInds
LXU 8.68
Lindsay
.6 LNN 54.43
Mnsnto 1.2 r MON 79.34
Mosaic
.5 MOS 36.52
Potash .4 r POT 92.85
ScottMG 2.4 SMG 20.58
ScQmMra 1.9 SQM 15.95
Syngenta 2.4 SYT . 32.42
TerraI 2.0 r TRA 20.00
TerraNit 20 TNH 72.57

1.51 45 25 ..
+1.01+135 15m 8o
+.23 +45 121 ..o
.57 +13 2.8m 24o
1.45 +7 54 9k
1.32 2 284 4k
+2.43+129 981 17o
2.10 +69 15m 21o
+.77+130 25m 5o
5.75 +54 24m 14
1.07 2 939 9
.73 +16 1.6m 15
3.60+102 1.8m 10o
+.09 +34 8.0m 4
3.41 35 102 5k

26. AUTO&PARTS
41 45 63 C D35.0
81 82 76 B E 45.5
92 75 92 B B23.1
67 74 76 D C 18.1
30 80 23 C E 65.1
43 40 64 E C+18.7
86 79 80 A E 143
42 82 35 B E 56.0
89 88 77 A E 49.3
56 95 31 B E 76.0
35 75 15 B E 111
36 42 48 C C 15.0
32 46 57 B E 22.6
70 65 73 B E 50.1
50 97 36 C D31.4
40 39 52 D B35.4
44 56 55 C E 37.6
59 81 57 C D44.5
80 97 65 B E 25.0
6 35 30 D E 100
49 42 52 B D 19.9
26 20 47 E B 28.7
84 53 97 C C+26.2
24 73 24 .. E 79.1
13 49 31 .. E 23.8
80 67 83 B D34.7
39 62 40 C D 58.7
62 68 84 E C+23.0
36 86 26 C E 33.2
44 73 49 D D38.0
35 45 45 B E 117
46 87 31 A E 54.9

ATCTech r ATAC 17.77


AdvAuto .9 r AAP 28.18
AmerCar CRMT . 13.63
ArvMerit 4.2 ARM 9.42
Autoliv 7.0 r ALV 23.47
Autonation r AN 8.55
Autozone r AZO 98.79
BorgWrn1.8 r BWA 24.25
Copart
CPRT . 32.75
Cummins 2.1 r CMI . 32.65
Daimler 10 r DAI 31.60
Dorman
DORM 6.62
Gentex 3.9 r GNTX 11.20
GenuiPrt 4.8 GPC 32.38
Goodyear
GT 12.64
Grp1Auto 4.1 r GPI 13.68
HondaM 3.3 HMC 21.81
JohnsnCt 2.3 JCI 22.47
LKQCorp
LKQX 13.37
MagnaA 3.9 r MGA 36.54
Midas
MDS 10.27
Modine 4.0 MOD 9.95
MnroM 1.2 r MNRO 19.64
Navistar
NAV 29.95
Nissan 6.8 NSANY 9.46
OReillyAuto ORLY 22.25
Paccar 2.6 r PCAR 27.64
SuperrIn 4.1 SUP 15.69
TRWAuto
TRW 10.61
TitanInt .1 TWI 16.52
Toyota 3.8 r TM 62.40
WABCOn 1.2 WBC 24.28

28 36 43 B D 41.1
52 21 81 .. ..29.0
37 12 85 D D29.9
45 71 31 A E 52.8
15 14 42 E D24.9
84 91 77 C C+18.2
60 58 68 B D52.1
52 58 54 B D50.7
53 57 65 E B25.0
42 78 56 .. D+43.0
47 58 66 D D57.6
51 25 75 D B19.9
89 97 69 A C 70.9
18 29 26 E E 29.3
31 29 40 .. ..20.0
73 41 85 B C+34.2
26 8 46 B D 54.8
55 53 65 B E 51.8
29 46 29 B D50.1
67 84 56 A D 23.4
8 32 16 B E 49.4
66 75 67 B D+52.4
8 30 3 B E 148
50 84 23 A D65.1
39 10 89 D C+24.0
10 44 15 C D+100
56 50 66 C D 21.4
28 61 39 B E 43.1
8 40 9 C E 65.4
12 62 12 C E 62.3
92 77 85 A C+54.7
66 26 90 D C+16.0
55 40 69 B D 22.9
27 63 30 C E 44.0
39 74 33 B E 40.7
32 48 44 D D38.8
19 54 21 B E 61.5
49 61 54 B D 47.8
66 60 79 D E 32.1
46 86 30 B E 65.7
73 94 55 A D41.2
61 85 43 A D176

AmbasG 4.3 r EPAX 10.82


AscentM ASCMA 23.41
AvidTech r AVID 18.76
BallyTech
BYI . 18.43
Brunswck 7.3 BC 8.23
CallGolf 2.6 r ELY 10.71
Carnival 5.7 CCL 27.92
CarnPLC 6.6 CUK 24.14
CedrFair 13 FUN 14.16
ChoicHtl 3.7 r CHH 20.14
ChrchlD 1.6 CHDN 31.98
Cinemar 6.8 CNK 10.64
Ctrip
.6 CTRP 35.15
DiscCmA DISAD 11.53
DiscCmC DISCK 10.88
DrmwksAm r DWA 24.30
GaylordEntrt r GET 17.89
HarlyDav 4.7 r HOG 27.85
HomeInns HMIN 11.74
IntctlH 4.1 IHG 9.90
IntlGame 4.3 IGT 13.50
IntlSpdw .4 r ISCA 29.67
LasVgSnds LVS 13.85
LifeTmFit
LTM 18.34
LiveNatn
LYV 11.77
MGMMirge r MGM 16.26
Marcus 2.9 r MCS 11.54
MarrtInt 2.0 MAR 17.69
OrntExHA .7 OEH 14.83
PennNatl r PENN 14.71
Polaris 4.2 r PII 36.20
RHIEnt
RHIE 12.18
RegalEnt 9 RGC 12.98
RylCarib 5.1 RCL 14.76
SciGames SGMS 16.43
SpeedwyM 2.2 TRK 15.12
StarwdHt4.4 r HOT 20.35
SteinerLeis r STNR 22.31
SteinwyMus r LVB 22.35
VailResorts r MTN 24.12
WMSInds WMS 21.10
Wynn
r WYNN 56.24

1.87 +8 144 9k
1.22 +8 2.0m 10
.88 41 180 8
.86 +24 1.7m 8o
2.72+139 2.5m 5k
1.47 +28 4.5m 6
8.16 +28 1.2m 9o
1.93 +84 2.6m 8
.27 +65 1.1m 18o
2.70 +26 4.7m 7
2.77+146 2.1m 3
5.25 +48 35 6k
.24 +93 2.4m 13
3.22+116 2.3m 10k
1.08 +18 5.7m 5
1.91 +74 945 4
1.19+128 2.2m 7
2.91 +28 5.0m 9
+.13 +43 2.2m 18k
3.44+236 3.3m 5k
.79 11 66 14k
1.00 1 282 ..k
.23 7 107 18k
2.89 +59 1.1m 6o
.56 +43 1.1m 4
1.04 20 1.5m 13
3.88 +83 7.9m 8
.57 +50 495 34k
1.96 +33 1.1m 3
.69 +8 1.6m 50
4.85+109 1.9m 6o
1.78 +27 767 6

27. LEISURE
.95 7 100 8k
.44 49 187 ..
1.01 10 457 37
1.93 +44 1.8m 9o
1.77+213 6.0m 8
.96 +25 950 10
1.67 +55 11m 9o
1.36 +23 606 8
4.17+189 388 54k
2.35 +60 903 11
2.93 +4 60 17
.96 +2 317 ..o
4.35 29 1.1m 30o
.16 2 3.2m ..o
.33 43 880 ..
1.75 +10 1.0m 12
2.67 14 526 81
1.18 +41 5.0m 7
.84 6 374 73o
.26+127 271 6k
.87 +43 6.5m 10
1.84 +66 525 9o
2.83 +13 6.0m 28
4.20+239 3.0m 9
1.04 38 741 ..o
1.49 24 3.7m 10
.88 +49 216 16
1.23 +59 7.7m 9o
2.04 +18 755 12o
.29 +86 2.4m 8
1.57 +71 903 10
.65 26 51 99
+.03+150 2.8m 15
.53 +44 4.8m 5
.17 +10 1.7m 13
1.76 +30 153 14
1.83 +40 6.3m 8
1.60 +64 152 8k
.95 39 37 11
2.85 5 449 8o
1.71 +17 1.3m 17
3.96 7 2.0m 17

28. MACHINERY
68 98 30 A E 33.4
93 98 75 A C 48.5
45 83 35 B E 37.2
72 94 41 B D+18.8
29 49 22 D D 47.5
87 91 64 A D 53.1
56 88 38 B D60.4
78 90 62 B E 62.7
65 84 45 A D45.2
47 31 80 E C 25.7
68 99 37 A D79.5
53 52 66 B D68.8
67 91 49 A E 86.0
87 94 54 C C 66.7
87 76 85 B D+44.3
53 72 56 C D33.9
78 86 59 A E 57.3
89 97 83 A E 34.1
86 80 73 B C+52.3
75 84 59 B E 54.6
50 61 61 D C+26.6
55 97 25 B E 37.7
94 89 82 A D43.7
70 97 38 A E 145
38 54 14 A E 85.7
89 81 93 C C 54.6
83 73 99 B E 61.2
73 97 33 B C+34.5
58 92 32 B E 57.9
58 30 99 D B29.8
36 95 4 A E 83.5
82 90 68 B D+46.5
73 75 68 A E 42.2
73 99 38 A E 54.9
62 82 59 C E 58.3
59 86 33 A D60.4
70 80 57 B E 40.8
60 88 27 B D55.9
52 35 81 D D19.2
60 95 27 A E 45.0
49 90 21 A E 90.0
47 85 35 B D45.7
47 82 36 B E 45.6
30 52 17 B E 39.5
72 89 63 B E 87.0
39 98 9 A E 51.5
71 83 66 B E 16.7
64 77 56 B E 19.8
50 29 66 C B+125
71 91 42 A D79.0
40 60 33 A E 30.8
73 93 31 B D 86.9
78 80 85 C D 41.0
17 26 36 D D21.2

ABB
ABB 14.31
AZZ
AZZ . 28.65
Actuant .2 ATU 17.49
AltraHld
AIMC 9.32
AmSprcnd AMSC 12.93
Ametek .7 r AME . 32.50
AstecInd
ASTE 20.94
BadgerM 1.4 BMI . 31.45
BaldrEle 3.3 BEZ 20.65
BrigStrt 6.5 BGG 13.45
Bucyrus .3 BUCY 29.05
Cascade 2.3 CAE 34.43
Caterplr 3.7 CAT 45.86
Circor
.4 CIR 33.83
Clarcor
1.2 CLC 31.04
ClmbMckn CMCO 16.80
CooprInd 3.1 r CBE 30.91
DXPEnterpr DXPE . 17.11
Donalds 1.4 DCI 32.44
Dover 3.2 r DOV 31.35
EncorWi .6 WIRE 14.40
EnerSys
ENS . 12.73
EnPro
r NPO . 28.70
Flowser 1.6 r FLS . 61.02
FosterWh r FWLT 27.11
FrankElc 1.3 FELE . 37.16
FuelSys
FSYS . 27.05
FuelTech
FTEK 11.42
GardnrDen r GDI 22.80
Gehl
GEHL 27.16
GenlCable
BGC . 16.81
Gormanr 1.6 GRC 25.55
Graco
2.7 GGG 27.91
Graham .5 GHM . 15.55
HubbllB 4.7 r HUBB 29.67
Hurco
HURC 19.13
IDEX
2.1 r IEX 23.37
IngersRd 3.4 IR 20.96
InsitfTch
INSU 12.55
Jinpan
1.6 JST 15.31
JoyGlbl 2.3 r JOYG 30.97
KHDHum
KHD 16.50
Kennmetl 2.5 KMT 19.01
KeyTech
KTEC 14.22
LincnElc 1.9 LECO 51.31
Manitowc .6 MTW 12.55
MetPro 2.4 MPR 9.19
NIDEC
1.0 NJ 11.44
NACCO 3.3 NC 63.00
Nordsn 2.0 NDSN 36.27
PMFG
PMFG 10.63
ParkHan 2.6 PH 38.15
Pentair 2.4 PNR 28.60
PikeElec
PEC 9.55

.79 +52 9.6m 9


2.20 34 170 9o
1.64 +13 695 8
.84 +3 265 9k
1.27 52 608 ..
1.27 +33 1.1m 13
1.54 +29 435 7
1.12 14 183 19k
1.48 +24 912 9
.75 17 923 99
.17 +29 3.2m 13
3.34 11 77 9
1.79 +25 10m 7
3.68 14 206 10k
2.99 +51 593 16
1.40 +33 266 7k
2.54+112 4.0m 8
1.03 41 212 10k
1.73 +37 820 15o
1.85 +36 2.3m 8
.66 26 302 17
1.42 44 566 7o
2.06 4 315 6k
2.82 +75 2.6m 10
.64 +8 5.3m 8o
1.17 +37 247 20k
3.95 49 490 19o
3.20+107 1.1m 33
1.31 +15 728 6k
.86 73 79 21k
1.19 +56 2.3m 3
2.03 +42 149 16k
1.09 +55 970 11
2.30 22 371 8k
.46+184 891 7k
.82 +43 151 4
1.37 +33 993 11k
3.22 +45 6.0m 6
+.04 +56 420 16
.46 +1 45 6
1.23 +4 3.6m 10o
.41 +31 348 7o
2.13 +89 1.5m 6k
2.31 +17 41 10
2.17+102 745 9
.21 +87 5.2m 3
.82 +37 84 12
.43+112 164 16k
9.36 19 33 6k
3.22 16 370 10o
.50 +43 147 11k
3.64 +13 2.7m 6
1.80 +22 1.1m 12
1.40 3 176 14

INVESTOR'S BUSINESS DAILY

FRIDAY, OCTOBER 10, 2008


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

IBDS RESEARCH TABLES Continued


IBD Composite Rating
Earnings Per Share Growth Rating
Relative Price Strength Rating
Sales+Profit Margins+Return On Equity
Accumulation/Distribution (last 3 mos)
52-wk
Dividend
Close
Vol% Vol P
6 6 666 High Stock % Yield Symbl Price Chg Chg 1000 E

55 73 49 C D58.0
73 85 60 B E 53.8
66 94 35 B E 55.1
49 78 28 A E 73.9
73 90 53 A E 71.0
54 97 19 B E 140
60 69 50 B D37.9
75 83 46 B A 31.5
82 96 48 A D 42.9
79 72 78 C D 48.4
34 98 8 A E 90.8
90 96 73 A D 48.6

Powell Inds POWL 28.21


RegalBel 2.2 RBC 29.40
RobbMyer .7 RBN . 21.44
RockwlA 4.2 r ROK 27.54
RoperInd .7 ROP 40.09
SPX
2.1 r SPW 48.50
SauerDnf 4.2 SHS 17.04
Stratasys r SSYS 13.58
SunHydr 1.9 SNHY . 18.84
Tennant 1.9 TNC 26.71
Terex
r TEX 19.17
Wdward 1.0 WGOV . 25.10

26 19 62 D C 62.7
57 67 46 A D+57.6
22 63 23 D D31.0
20 63 21 D D31.5
63 98 15 A E 31.8
24 19 65 .. E 34.7
55 98 10 B E 126
82 83 81 C D+24.4
80 83 81 C D24.1
73 72 54 C B27.1
67 49 77 A E 29.1
55 95 27 B D47.3
75 12 95 D A 50.2

Amrep
AXR
BritSky 5.0 BSY
CBSCpA 10 CBSA
CBSCpB 10 CBS
CTCMedia CTCM
Cablevs 2.4 CVC
CEurMed
CETV
CmstA 1.5 CMCSA
CctSp 1.5 CMCSK
ChorusE 4.3 r CJR
DirecTV
r DTV
DishNetwk DISH
FishrComm FSCI

2.13 +17 100 16


2.65 +72 507 7
1.39 10 583 10
1.71 +83 3.0m 6o
2.88 +32 991 13
+.37+168 3.0m 8
1.55 8 135 11k
.74 15 219 18
1.82 2 168 11k
2.47 +35 216 14k
1.44 +3 3.2m 2
1.10 +49 1.0m 15o

29. MEDIA
29.87
25.82
10.32
10.14
10.02
16.88
34.20
16.31
16.21
12.91
20.09
16.09
36.03

2.78 23 18 24
1.42 4 98 12k
1.16 +45 44 5k
1.28 +47 11m 5
.58 4 471 9
.48 0 2.6m ..o
5.30 +38 895 10
.68+112 51m 20
.64+113 18m 20
1.01 +1 46 9k
2.19 +69 18m 15o
2.10 +59 5.5m 7o
2.48 17 33 78k

IBD Composite Rating


52-wk
Dividend
Close
Vol% Vol P
Earnings Per Share Growth Rating
6 6 666 High Stock % Yield Symbl Price Chg Chg 1000 E
Relative Price Strength Rating
Sales+Profit Margins+Return On Equity
30. METALS/STEEL
Accumulation/Distribution (last 3 mos)
16 64 3 B E 73.1 AKSteel 1.7 AKS 11.53 2.64 +65 12m 2
52-wk
Dividend
Close
Vol% Vol P
6 6 666 High Stock % Yield Symbl Price Chg Chg 1000 E 11 55 6 B E 115 AllegTch 3.5 r ATI 20.55 2.84 +63 4.5m 3
10 42 5 B E 91.0 AlmChina 3.0 ACH 10.74 .91 2 1.5m 4o
14 30 28 C C+46.2 Gannett 11 GCI 13.37 1.24 +3 5.4m 3
48 84 19 A D 53.7 AmpcoPit 3.8 AP 19.12 1.80 +12 81 4k
51 78 58 .. D 28.1 GpTelevs 2.2 TV 16.23 .70 +20 3.1m 12
35 85 12 A E 104 ArcelrMt 4.0 r MT 31.50 1.22 +48 8.1m 3o
40 24 73 D E 25.9 HrstArgT 1.7 HTV 16.01 2.01+142 449 23
50 88 25 B D36.9 BarnesG 4.9 r B 12.95 .70 +7 673 6
34 39 47 D E 42.9 LibtyGlbA r LBTYA 21.40 1.20 +17 2.6m 97o
22 60 19 C E 58.7 BrushEMat BW 13.25 .31+169 779 7
40 39 50 D D+39.9 LibGlobC r LBTYK 21.19 .90 +35 1.1m 96 19 67 10 B E 79.7 CarpTech 3.8 r CRS 19.02 1.98 5 954 4
14 23 31 C E 25.9 LibMCapA r LCAPA 9.64 .72 33 748 3 13 48 14 C E 37.2 CastleAM 2.2 CAS 10.79 .49 +45 349 5
27 2 62 C E 28.6 LibMEntAn LMDIA 17.04 1.99 +36 3.0m 89o 35 80 4 A E 80.5 CenturyAl CENX 15.06 2.32 +28 2.0m 2
32 52 33 B E 55.1 McGrwH 4.0 r MHP 22.24 2.31 +60 4.0m 7 22 48 6 B E 39.8 CmrclMt 4.8 r CMC 9.90 .68+140 6.1m 4
7 4 43 E C+30.2 MediaGe 5.4 MEG 8.91 1.91 34 189 46k 38 92 11 A E 52.5 ComphSi 12 SID 12.64 .10 +55 8.9m 5o
28 57 40 C E 62.4 Meredth 4.1 r MDP 20.75 1.16 5 658 6k 58 80 17 A C+66.3 DynMatl .9 BOOM 16.79 1.23 16 291 8
28 14 69 C D+21.1 NYTimes 7.6 NYT 12.17 1.09 14 1.4m 13 56 89 35 C D+60.0 FosterLB r FSTR 21.55 1.53+156 376 8k
58 95 27 B E 25.0 NewsCo 1.3 NWS 9.21 .85 +87 8.4m 7o 75 71 91 D C+24.6 Gibrltr 1.6 ROCK 12.75 1.59 +23 777 9
83 73 83 B D25.6 HawkClA
HWK 14.30 1.01 49 30 9k
40 80 49 .. E 40.1 ReedEls 4.7 ENL 23.23 +.08 +79 207 8
24 20 22 A E 90.0 HaynsIntn HAYN 26.24 2.24 +12 170 4o
44 73 55 .. D54.6 ReedEls 4.4 RUK 32.81 .79 1 78 10
70 79 59 B E 60.0 ILToolWk 3.5 ITW 35.00 .40+112 7.8m 10
57 60 57 A D54.3 RogrsCo 3.3 r RCI 28.26 1.35 +54 1.1m 15
24 30 24 C D80.8 KaiserAl3.2 r KALU 30.13 3.63 38 225 5o
38 32 66 D C+40.0 Scholas 1.3 r SCHL 22.25 1.02 +47 563 14 75 68 61 A D+61.6 Kaydon 2.0 KDN 34.01 3.28 7 434 14k
46 48 64 D D 45.0 ScrippsN 1.0 SNI 28.70 3.52 +78 1.1m .. 33 61 18 B D59.7 Ladish
LDSH 13.42 .81 37 109 6
86 97 71 A D28.8 ShawCom 4.6 r SJR . 16.79 1.21 +62 351 17k 34 81 4 A E 58.7 Mechel
9 MTL 9.28 1.00 28 2.3m 3
75 82 75 C C 33.4 TWCable
TWC 20.90 .37 +17 2.1m 18o 43 67 40 C E 38.0 Mueller 2.2 MLI 18.25 1.61 2 307 5
40 69 53 D E 19.2 TimeWr 2.5 TWX 10.09 .69 +43 42m 10o 66 94 55 C D 45.6 NCIBldg
NCS 20.90 2.35 24 357 4o
55 83 41 A E 45.0 ViacomA
VIA 20.68 .88+107 208 8 88 83 92 C C 17.4 NNInc 3.1 r NNBR 10.47 1.53 21 172 10k
57 83 39 A E 45.4 ViacomB
VIAB 20.08 1.22 +85 6.8m 7k 58 87 61 D E 65.2 NWPipe
NWPX 30.72 2.77 15 132 11k
67 83 71 B E 35.7 WaltDsny 1.5 DIS 23.80 1.88 +60 24m 10o 55 92 23 A D 83.6 Nucor
4.2 NUE 30.50 1.90 +16 9.8m 5
22 35 40 C D880 Wash P 2.1 WPO 406.758.00+190 84 14k 32 79 23 C E 78.3 OlympcSt .8 ZEUS 19.48 2.57 14 370 3k
76 85 73 A E 51.8 WilyJhnA 1.6 JWA 33.02 1.40 +74 369 14 33 82 18 A E 192 POSCO 3.5 PKX 60.98 3.76 +45 1.2m 4o
65 56 80 B C+19.9 WWEnte 11 WWE 13.00 .64 +12 366 16 44 21 78 D B18.4 Quanex 1.0 NX 11.51 1.38 +35 331 7

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Symbol Price Chg Chg S S Str Dis Hi Stock
Symbol Price Chg Chg
ULQ 50.03 +.04 94
UEM 43.111.05 88
84 33 E E 63.1 ImprlOil
IMO 28.822.34 +103
GRI 31.90 +.03 +20
61 45 DC+ 41.6 InterOil
IOC 13.764.35 +11
MCF 40.061.65 +34
68 34 A+E 65.0 InvrnsMed IMA 21.472.48 +34
DIA 86.824.58 +58
.. 95 A A 101 IShrsCmxG IAU 89.31 .44 +166
RJA 8.06 .16 +10
.. 71 A E 106 IShHYCBd n HYG 73.011.74 6
RJN 9.86 .21 66
.. 64 A E 55.8 IShrsKLDSo DSI 34.443.03 38k
RJZ 7.44 ... +397
RJI 8.67 .27 +9 .. 94 A E 105 IShLeFxB n MBB 101.5 .05 35
.. 89 A C+ 108 IShCalMuni CMF 96.002.17 +28
EII 10.13 ... 91
.. 87 A E 104 IShNMuBd n MUB 90.921.33 +24
.. 92 A B 105 IShNYMuni NYF 98.501.00 +173
.. 76 A D 27.7 FTAmBio
FBT 19.50 .82 69 .. 34 A E 48.2 IShUSPfd n PFF 23.281.80 +197
.. 62 A D 19.4 FTCnsmDis n FXD 10.71 .77 65k .. 64 A D 20.7 IShSilver
SLV 11.90 +.39 46
.. 79 A E 20.2 FTCnsStp n FXG 14.821.06 23k 20 19 E D 28.9 LSBInds
LXU 8.681.32 2k
.. 50 A E 25.3 FTStrVal
FDV 14.67 .92 51 92 84 D+C 16.3 LaBarge Inc LB 11.35 .69 +87k
.. 38 A D+ 34.2 FTDJGlDv n FGD 15.211.64 22
.. 47 A E 28.1 FTDJInt
FDN 14.65 .87 +50
.. 58 A E 25.5 FTDJMic
FDM 14.151.49 13 .. 99 A A N H Mac100OilD DOY 27.50 +.93 54
.. 51 A C+ 36.0 Mac100OilU UOY 21.66 .86 +52
.. 42 A D 32.4 FTSelDv30 n FDD 13.20 .41 +162
.. 22 A E 66.2 MktVAgr n MOO 26.06 .49 +52
.. 28 A E 30.2 FTEnrgy n FXN 12.55 .93 87k
.. 89 A E 111 MktVInt n ITM 95.551.95 49
.. 60 A E 18.7 FTFincl n
FXO 9.40 .62 23k
.. 84 A E 103 MktVLgM n MLN 84.001.50 +11
.. 45 A C 55.4 FTrFTSE n FFR 27.102.17 50
.. 72 A D 21.4 FTHlthCr n FXH 14.55 .55 42k .. 92 A C+ 51.4 MktVShMu n SMB 48.20 .20 +58
.. 50 A E 58.5 MktVEnvir EVX 33.042.70 73
.. 57 A E 20.1 FTIndPrd n FXR 11.86 ... +35k
.. 30 A E 45.0 MktVGam
BJK 19.06 .64 29
.. 50 A E 25.9 FTIPOX
FPX 15.17 .82 47
.. 49 A C+ 56.9 MktVGold GDX 30.50 .76 +40
.. 59 A D 30.4 FTLCpCre n FEX 17.861.73 70k
.. 21 A E 45.0 MkVNucE n NLR 15.81 .80 +38
.. 55 A D 32.0 FTLCpGr n FTC 18.94 .85 38k
.. 47 A .. 38.8 MkVHardAst HAP 23.212.09 31
.. 66 A D 29.8 FTLCpVal n FTA 17.771.37 26k
.. 47 A E 24.4 FTMatlrs n FXZ 13.28 ... 46k .. 20 A E 45.6 MktVSolar n KWT 17.541.56 +14
.. 62 A E 30.6 FTMCpCre n FNX 18.751.48 36k .. 12 A E 114 MktVSteel SLX 33.521.98 19
MXC 9.45 .71 46
.. 67 A D 23.8 FTMStrDv
FDL 12.761.38 +86 77 99 DD 55.9 MexcoEn
.. 53 A E 32.3 FTMulCpGr n FAD 18.80 .80 76k 38 77 AC 55.8 Ntl Hlthcr NHC 39.005.45 +40
NGS 11.841.80 33
.. 67 A E 28.9 FTMulCpV n FAB 17.232.11 88k 95 27 DE 33.0 NGSvcs
.. 53 A E 27.2 NetsDAX n DAX 15.68 .62 60
.. 66 A E 19.9 FTREIT n
FRI 11.31 .63 43
.. 67 A D 30.0 FTSmCpCr n FYX 18.211.96 +30k .. 40 A E 26.5 NetsJSE40 JNB 13.65 ... 20
.. 53 A D 22.8 FTTechlgy n FXL 12.25 .01 64k .. 47 A E 26.3 NetFtse100 n LDN 15.061.10 +93
SGT 15.05 .10 +13
.. 60 A D 19.7 FTUtils n
FXU 11.85 .94 29k .. 49 A E 25.2 NetsSinga
.. 41 A E 18.6 FstTrVL100 FVL 9.84 .58 +86 .. 55 A E 25.3 NetsSPMib ITL 15.47 ... 96
.. 36 A D 28.4 NetASX200 n AUS 13.65 .75 +50
.. 69 A E 17.2 FstTrVLDv FVD 11.031.06 +102
.. 59 A E 21.8 FTrVLEq
FVI 13.051.18 0
24 34 DE 25.2 Geokinetic GOK 9.752.48 23 42 90 A B+ 92.0 ParkNatl
PRK 56.2511.8 +88k
90 68 BD+ 46.5 Gormanrupp GRC 25.552.03 +42k .. 53 A D 16.3 PSAutBGr
PAO 9.48 .17 93
99 38 BE 54.9 Graham
GHM 15.552.30 22k .. 57 A E 16.2 PSAutoBal PCA 9.88 .62 5
PTO 9.48 .01 +13
.. 71 A C 38.0 GrHCmdty GCC 25.32 .16 60 .. 53 A D 16.4 PSAutGr
PPA 13.331.21 +17k
6 60 D D 25.5 GreenHtr n GRH 10.121.64 19 .. 52 A E 24.3 PSAerDef
PKW 15.791.37 +188k
73 83 C D 25.6 HawkClA HWK 14.301.01 49k .. 62 A E 26.4 PSBuybk
PZD 18.70 .89 +18k
.. 67 A E 1.1 HB2BInt
BHH .33 .03 74 .. 39 A E 38.0 PSCleantc
.. 87 A D 206 HBiotech BBH 157.26.35 +80 .. 78 A E 46.6 PwshrsDB DBC 29.28 .75 11
DBA 26.38 .44 32
.. 65 A E 16.2 HBrdbd
BDH 9.76 ... 74 .. 67 A D 43.5 PSAgri
DBB 17.19 .13 9
.. 39 A E 94.0 HEur2001 EKH 45.402.80 +57 .. 59 A E 28.0 PSBMet
..
78
A
E
57.0
PSEngy
DBE 33.071.20 82
.. 42 A D 68.5 HInternt HHH 33.862.27 32
.. 75 A E 30.2 PwShCurH DBV 21.35 .14 +120
.. 63 A E 56.5 HIntArc
IAH 34.481.02 69
.. 94 A B 38.0 PSGold
DGL 33.77 +.04 48
.. 21 A D 6.0 HIntInf
IIH 2.11 .11 84 .. 81 A E 55.7 PSOil
DBO 33.50 .08 +4
.. 58 A E 67.4 HMkt2000 MKH 40.532.33 92 .. 91 A B 38.7 PSPrMet
DBP 31.31 +.13 34
.. 25 A E 229 HOilSvc
OIH 97.608.90 +15 .. 60 A D 39.2 PSSilv
DBS 21.88 +.22 65
PFM 11.62 .76 +180k
.. 69 A E 84.1 HPharm
PPH 55.754.70 +102 .. 69 A E 18.3 PwShDiv
PGZ 17.00 .99 66k
.. 70 A B 154 HRegBk
RKH 81.998.99 5 .. 52 A E 30.7 PSAggGr
PJB 16.171.63 +28k
.. 77 A D 104 HoldrsRetl RTH 73.584.06 +15x .. 87 A E 27.5 PShBank
PKB 10.15 .63 +30k
.. 58 A D 37.2 HMLSemi SMH 20.52 .56 +48 .. 41 A D 21.1 PSBldCns
.. 67 A E 46.1 HSftware SWH 30.001.50 52 .. 72 A E 20.6 PwShBio
PBE 14.22 .51 +21k
PYZ 20.481.23 74k
.. 48 A D 42.0 HoldrsTel
TTH 21.341.42 72 .. 39 A E 39.3 PShBasM
.. 52 A E 142 HUtil
UTH 88.503.94 66 .. 60 A E 27.4 PShCnsD
PEZ 15.091.28 +76k
.. 54 A E 80.5 HWirelss WMH 43.36 .00 65 .. 80 A D 30.4 PShCnsS
PSL 21.601.87 +50k

.. 94 A D 51.6 ClayMicr n
Total Volume: 49,597,773 Change: #24.9%
.. 85 A D 52.4 ClayUS1 n
.. 62 A D 51.9 CohStGRl
73 41 DE 95.2 Contango
Stocks $12 and higher with at least { point change and 20,000 .. 61 A E 142 DJIDiamnd
shares traded for the day. Stocks up with EPS & Relative .. 64 A E 13.5 SwRCmATR
.. 71 A E 17.8 SwRCmETR
Strength 80 or more are boldfaced.
.. 64 A E 12.3 SwRCmMTR
.. 66 A E 14.3 SwERCmTR
EPS Rel Acc 52-Wk
Stock Closing
Vol Vol%
Rnk Str Dis High Stock Name
Symbol Price
Change (1000s) Change 3 95 D B+ 11.1 EngInfra

AMEX Stocks On The Move

..
..
..
..

99
93
87
99

A
C+
E
B

127.4 PrUSR2KG
74.04 ProUSL710
58.99 SPLeIntTB
134.4 PrUSR2KV

SKK
PST
BWX
SJH

138.3
67.32
49.50
141.4

+11.6 159 +353


+1.54 148 +282
+0.31 426 +221
+20.2 97 +217

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..
..
..
..
..
..
..
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59
52
4
30
18
50
18
57
16
50
15

E
D
E
D
E
E
E
E
E
C+
E

60.81 RdxIndls
60.71 RdxMatls
112.9 PrUBasM
28.65 PSEmgMk n
76.86 Rdx2xSPX
55.41 RdxTech
101.5 ProUltSP o
24.99 CastleCFd
79.90 PrUR2KG
36.49 RdxSPVal
122.8 ProUltQQQ o

RGI
RTM
UYM
PXH
RSU
RYT
SSO
CVF
UKK
RPV
QLD

36.18
35.00
24.19
13.00
25.85
29.94
30.59
15.50
23.06
17.15
33.20

0.67 38
2.09 32
3.62 1,480
1.00 186
4.86 395
2.16 31
3.9671,696
0.50 25
3.25 136
2.27 27
2.3768,985

+652
+542
+343
+297
+282
+274
+254
+252
+245
+229
+209

10 Most Active Stocks 10 Most % Up (Stocks Over $12)


EPS Rel Acc
Rnk|Str|Dis| Stock Name

Closing Net Vol Vol% EPS Rel


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

..99B PrUShFn 181.49+31.49 46.52 +28


..99A PrUShSP 108.53+11.32 55.54 +76
..99A PrUShQQQ 82.05 +5.05 68.80 +45
..37D SPDRFincl 13.85 1.43390.61 +66
.. 7E ProUltFn
8.60 2.15183.94 +122
..15E ProUltQQQ 33.20 2.37 68.98 +209
..18E ProUltSP
30.59 3.96 71.70 +254
..61E DJIDiamnd 86.82 4.58 44.00 +58
..41E SPDREnergy 47.21 5.65 49.33 +14
..55E SPDR
91.70 5.81507.55 +58

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..
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..

Closing Net
Vol Vol%
| Price | Up | (100s) | Chg

99 PrUShCh25 187.00 +53.921,727,9 21


99 PrUShFn 181.49 +31.49 46,517,8 +28
99 PrUShOG
64.70 +10.70 18,237,4 12
99 PrUSRMCV 168.82 +27.42 6,1 12
99 RdxIn2xRs 141.98 +22.98 41,2 +24
99 PrUSR1KV 157.79 +25.31 16,8 +10
98 RydxInvFn 109.86 +17.45 14,5 +6
99 ProUSR2K 129.00 +19.3014,103,8 +70
99 PrUSR2KV 141.38 +20.23 97,2 +217
99 ProUltSTel n133.05 +16.82 4,8 +66

E
P R GrpAcc52-Wk
S S Str Dis Hi Stock

E
Closing
Vol%
Closing
Vol% P R GrpAcc52-Wk
Symbol Price Chg Chg
Symbol Price Chg Chg S S Str Dis Hi Stock
.. 69 A D 30.2 ClayOcn
OTP 20.01 ... 27
.. 43 A E 27.7 ClayDvInt
EEN 13.951.06 +314
91 53 AC 53.2 BakerMichl BKR 19.861.54 +12k .. 64 A E 27.5 ClayMCpCr n CZA 17.21 ... 83
71 89 A+B+ 115 BioRad A
BIO 80.752.15 +43k .. 62 A E 29.9 ClayOcnTG n OTR 18.43 ... 98
.. 39 A D 26.8 ClayGrLcp n XGC 12.651.44 32
81 64 AE 81.0 BritAmTob BTI 52.955.32 +43k
.. 47 A D 23.7 ClaySPGDvO LVL 11.43 .13 85
.. 37 A D 28.8 ClyClrGl
EXB 11.93 .75 14
.. 24 A E 36.5 ClayCdEn n ENY 13.31 .50 19
.. 47 A E 26.9 ClayYldH
CVY 13.78 .86 +197
.. 43 A D 27.6 ClayCtry n CRO 14.27 .83 67
.. 22 A E 58.3 ClayBRIC
EEB 23.64 .96 18
.. 43 A D+ 25.4 ClayIntY n HGI 13.12 .34 62
.. 57 A E 32.2 ClaySIns
NFO 18.341.66 48
.. 74 A D 26.0 ClayDvRtn n IRO 15.27 ... 74
.. 52 A D 27.9 ClayStlth
STH 14.531.61 79 .. 42 A E 26.2 ClayGTim n CUT 12.44 .82 +6
.. 41 A E 33.7 ClaySecR
XRO 17.50 .99 23 .. 33 A E 27.1 ClayChSC n HAO 12.241.31 80
.. 37 A E 30.2 ClayClear
CSD 13.571.08 35 .. 47 A E 26.8 ClayWatr n CGW 15.031.24 46
.. 74 A D 28.1 ClaySabD
DEF 19.13 ... 35 .. 92 A D 54.4 ClayBond n UBD 48.03 ... +22

For Thursday, October 9, 2008

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SmartSelect Composite Rating
SmartSelect Composite Rating
E
E
P R Acc 52-Wk
Closing Vol%
P R Acc 52-Wk
Closing Vol%
6 S S Dis Hi Stock
Symbol Price Chg Chg 6 S S Dis Hi Stock
Symbol Price Chg Chg
80 60 71 E 17.4 ATA Inc
92 66 91 E 25.9 AaronRntA
90 75 93 B- 12.4 AbngtBc
93 89 72 D- 28.8 AcadiaRlty
89 80 86 D+ 10.3 Aceto
87 91 70 E 12.5 Air T
82 37 89 C+431.1 Alexanders
85 70 77 D 116.5 AlexREEqt
91 63 95 B- 27.7 AllncFnl
94 73 83 B- 7.6 AllionHth
88 53 91 C+ 34.9 AmerCamp
80 73 95 D- 13.2 AmerSvcGp
84 50 93 D+ 11.8 AmBNJ
97 73 99 D 9.5 AmCareSrc
81 90 25 D- 14.5 AmerOrBio
83 42 98 B+ 42.1 AmesNtl
87 99 39 D+ 17.6 AmTrFin
95 83 91 B- 13.7 AnimalH
88 73 69 D- 21.2 AnnalyCap
95 73 83 B 10.3 Anworth
95 58 97 B+200.0 ArdenGpA
87 78 76 C 4.8 ArtTech
95 84 84 C+133.9 Atrion
86 67 90 E 25.6 AuburnNB
84 78 73 E 125.5 AvalonBay
89 77 88 E 16.7 BCBBncrp
82 75 74 D- 20.9 BJSRest
89 83 64 C 8.2 BOFIHldg
96 79 94 B- 33.6 BankMarin
81 41 87 C+ 16.2 BankSC
86 68 80 D- 12.1 BeaconF n
89 72 66 D 9.9 BioImag
90 91 81 D- 29.5 BioMdRlty

ATAI 7.68 0.07 -82


RNTA 18.29 -1.71 -64
ABBC 9.30 -0.44 74
AKR 18.64 -2.35 19
ACET 6.58 -0.78 29
AIRT 7.25 -0.41 24
ALX 316.21-39.97 -27
ARE 80.48 -7.72 24
ALNC 24.39 1.64 67
ALLI 4.40 -0.14 -60
ACC 26.72 -2.04 -2
ASGR 8.47 -0.22 -80
ABNJ 9.99 -0.01 -55
ANCI 6.61 -0.32 -6
AOB
4.74 -0.29 10
ATLO 21.00 -2.59 -42
AFSI 7.86 -1.35 -11
AHII 7.64 -0.04 -76
NLY 11.27 -2.25 64
ANH 5.40 -0.60 20
ARDNA152.26-10.74 55
ARTG 2.75 -0.23 11
ATRI 88.99 -9.39 0
AUBN 21.05 -1.65 -82
AVB 73.64 -4.65 32
BCBP 12.50 0.00 50
BJRI 9.36 -0.24 13
BOFI 4.96 -0.54 -31
BMRC 27.29 -0.31 61
BKSC 12.26 0.46 999
BFED 8.50 0.25 -37
BITI
5.25 -0.05 -8
BMR 20.08 -1.92 87

REITs
DB
C+
C
C+
D
E
C+
E
E
D
D+
DE
B
C+
E

29.0
20.3
36.5
12.0
471.0
116.5
66.9
34.9
30.5
28.8
19.9
9.3
21.2
14.5
10.3
65.8
34.5

R Acc 52-Wk
S Dis High Stock

83
Closing
Vol% % 12
Symbol Price Chg Chg Yld
73
AcadiaRlty AKR 18.64 -2.35 19 4.5 81
ACapAgy
AGNC 15.04 -0.78 35 26.6 61
Agree Realty ADC 19.22 -4.26 94 10.4 35
AlescoFncl AFN 0.65 0.00 11 .. 75
Alexanders ALX 316.21-39.97 -27 .. 27
AlexREEqt
ARE 80.48 -7.72 24 4.0 68
AMB Ppty AMB 29.20 -2.15 53 7.1 5
AmerCamp ACC 26.72 -2.04 -2 5.1 36
AmerCmtyTr APO 7.70 -0.10 -90 .. 74
AmerLndLs ANL 12.01 -0.48 12 8.3 52
AmMtgAcc AMC 0.47 -0.01 -65 .. 88
AmREIT
AMY 6.05 -0.20 -5 8.1 17
AnnalyCap NLY 11.27 -2.25 64 19.5 1
Anthracite AHR 2.35 -0.49 193 52.8 75
Anworth
ANH 5.40 -0.60 20 21.5 11
ApartntInv AIV 20.75 -2.74 54 11.6 76
ArborRT
ABR 4.73 -1.39 39 52.4 37

R Acc 52-Wk
S Dis High Stock
72
87
63
5
89
77
32
91
27
40
29
81
69
7
83
37
14

82 59 49 C+ 15.7 BlkRKel n BKCC


89 96 52 E 14.6 BlueSq
BSI
87 54 79 C+ 22.8 BrdgeBcp BDGE
87 80 78 E 11.0 Broadwy Finl BYFC
93 80 96 B 15.7 BrklynFed BFSB
83 70 77 E 79.3 BrownForA BFA
96 90 70 C+ 17.2 BrukerCorp BRKR
83 52 86 D 28.2 BrynMwr BMTC
91 87 84 E 9.8 CBIZInc
CBZ
86 77 70 B- 12.0 CGI Group A GIB
85 36 96 C+ 20.0 CPEX Ph CPEX
80 47 84 A- 7.3 CTIInds
CTIB
83 49 93 D- 12.1 CV Thera CVTX
94 76 67 B- 38.0 CamdnNtl CAC
80 60 80 B 19.3 Cantel
CMN
96 84 84 D- 10.2 CapeBncp n CBNJ
94 50 95 B+146.8 CapSW
CSWC
84 73 74 E 18.6 CapstdMtg CMO
92 66 94 C 11.0 CardiacSc CSCX
81 64 83 B- 10.5 Cardinal Finl CFNL
85 57 84 C 12.0 CaroBkH CLBH
95 59 87 B 13.5 CastlePt
CPHL
80 30 96 B- 18.0 CntrstBk CSFL
82 42 88 B+ 8.3 CentJrsy CJBK
94 78 95 C+ 24.9 CentrueF TRUE
81 53 98 B- 3.8 Cherokee CHRK
98 98 74 D- 18.1 ChinaFire n CFSG
94 73 94 D+ 10.0 ChiINSOn CHIO
87 69 60 D- 17.1 CinaSky
CSKI
97 75 98 A- 25.8 CitizNthn CZNC
93 81 83 E 9.7 CtzCmtyB CZWI
89 45 89 B 23.0 CitizHold CIZN
86 59 95 B 9.2 Citizens
CIA

BE
E
DE
C+
D
E
C+
D
DE
B
BE
DE
D+
E
D+

16.9
13.5
149.9
32.4
133.0
37.0
73.0
32.0
81.3
56.0
12.2
18.6
28.6
15.0
50.4
18.4
18.4
19.8
23.1
43.0

AsdEstRlty
AshfordH
AvalonBay
BioMdRlty
BostonPpts
BrandwnRty
BRE Pprts
BRT RealtyTr
Camden Pty
Capital Trust
CapLse
CapstdMtg
CaptlSrc
Care Inv n
CBL&Assoc
CBRE Rlt
CedarShp
Chimera n
CogdSpen
ColonlPty

7.00 -1.40 17
7.92 0.03 10
17.78 -0.99 -23
6.05 -0.32 -89
13.60 -0.41 15
58.79 -3.86 7
9.18 -0.78 6
18.62 -4.21 34
7.18 -0.48 260
7.94 -0.28 31
15.39 -1.24 37
4.35 -0.30 -86
8.40 -0.62 -31
23.22 -5.52 175
9.85 -0.05 36
8.41 0.06 -75
118.01 -6.97 -3
8.95 -0.26 81
8.91 -0.05 -4
6.54 -0.85 26
6.92 0.11 -16
9.30 0.11 -40
13.52 -2.28 63
6.75 -0.04 -16
14.57 1.45 -98
2.68 -0.09 -65
7.38 -0.19 22
3.50 0.00 -58
7.93 -1.46 32
22.24 -1.71 -12
6.90 0.00 -83
18.50 0.00 -67
7.00 -0.61 6

FGH

MNO

PQR

9.46 -0.93
2.06 -0.30
73.64 -4.65
20.08 -1.92
66.55 -8.46
9.68 -1.17
35.16 -4.30
6.80 -0.05
35.97 -4.36
6.82 -1.37
4.58 -1.13
8.95 -0.26
8.33 -0.67
9.70 -0.06
10.41 -0.40
0.61 0.00
9.28 -1.06
3.75 -0.60
13.27 -0.63
13.06 -1.74

17 7.2
134 40.8
32 4.8
87 6.7
46 4.1
31 18.2
54 6.4
6 36.5
41 7.8
-40 35.2
27 17.5
81 24.6
49 2.4
81 7.0
117 20.9
24 32.8
72 9.7
-10 17.1
77 10.6
49 15.3

52-wk
Stock

Dividend
Close
Vol% Vol P
52-wk
Dividend
Close
Vol% Vol P
% Yield Symbl Price Chg Chg 1000 E 6 6 666 High Stock % Yield Symbl Price Chg Chg 1000 E

6 6 666 High
87 88 62 A C 44.0
12 65 7 B E 85.2
41 86 12 B E 78.4
44 88 9 B E 118
63 88 22 A D41.5
43 81 22 A E 75.4
74 89 57 C C 38.8
34 89 8 A E 196
13 54 11 B E 41.7
65 95 42 B E 120
61 81 38 C C+26.5

RBCBear
ROLL 24.19
RTIIntl
RTI 14.00
RelStlAl 1.7 RS 23.25
Schnitzr .2 SCHN 27.45
SimsGr 3.4 SMS 14.50
Tenaris 2.9 TS 25.91
Timken 3.4 TKR 21.07
USSteel 2.6 X . 46.39
UnivStnls USAP 12.95
Valmont .9 VMI . 57.22
Worthn 6.1 WOR 11.11

48 36 68 C C 83.5
5 55 10 C E 44.8
75 75 77 B D+42.7
16 61 13 B E 38.8
16 11 18 D D+51.4
52 95 25 A E 95.6
52 95 25 A E 86.1
91 85 71 A B54.7
90 96 56 A B 42.9
20 77 12 B E 52.3
37 80 17 A E 121
24 64 10 A E 44.2
21 71 10 B E 127
76 71 68 B C+52.7
69 37 82 D B+14.6
34 92 8 A E 45.0
57 33 70 B B27.4
31 29 28 B C 41.4
53 96 27 A E 31.7
82 91 59 B D+57.6

AgnicoEg .4 AEM
Alcoa 5.3 r AA
AMCOLI 3.0 ACO
AngloA 5.0 AAUK
AngloAs .8 AU
BHPBilLt 5.0 BHP
BHPBlplc 4.2 BBL
BarrckG 1.1 ABX
Buenavnt .9 BVN
Cameco 1.4 CCJ
Clevlnd 1.2 CLF
CompVDR .9 RIO
FreeptC 5.2 r FCX
Goldcorp .6 GG
HrmnyGld HMY
HWinstn 2.1 HWD
KinrsGo .5 KGC
LihirGold
LIHR
MesabTrs 32 MSB
NewmtM 1.2 NEM

1.65 +10 165 12


.43 +43 1.3m 3
3.03 +39 2.3m 3
1.41 +64 1.7m 4
1.90 12 372 4o
1.68 +48 5.0m 7o
.73 +68 1.3m 7
6.98 +40 13m 3
3.10+161 116 4k
.56 +61 543 12
1.41 +46 1.6m 5o

31. MINING

E
P R GrpAcc52-Wk
Closing
Vol%
S S Str Dis Hi Stock
Symbol Price Chg Chg
.. 64 A D 26.1 PSDeepV
PVM 16.701.58 45k
.. 32 A D 45.9 PShEngy
PXI 20.752.12 +10k
.. 29 A E 32.3 PSEnEx
PXE 13.871.68 40k
.. 66 A C+ 27.4 PShFinl
PFI 16.501.28 +29k
.. 78 A E 18.7 PwShFdBev PBJ 13.06 .69 18k
.. 60 A E 30.5 PShHlSv
PTJ 17.252.00 78k
.. 67 A E 32.7 PShHlthc
PTH 19.971.53 +61k
.. 39 A D 21.5 PwSHard PHW 9.18 .65 25k
.. 57 A E 33.3 PShInds
PRN 19.651.15 61k
.. 64 A D 18.7 PwShIns
PIC 11.441.76 +44k
.. 50 A E 18.8 PwShLeis
PEJ 9.05 .72 42k
.. 52 A E 19.5 PwShLgGr PWB 11.46 .65 +51k
.. 62 A E 21.8 PwShLgVal PWV 13.321.02 +152k
.. 59 A E 28.7 PShMagni
PIQ 17.171.87 57k
.. 52 A E 53.6 PwShDyMkt PWC 31.232.28 +3k
.. 41 A E 17.0 PwShMedia PBS 7.74 .62 48k
.. 48 A E 25.0 PwShMdGr PWJ 14.03 .62 2k
.. 48 A D 20.3 PwShMdVal PWP 10.811.45 +28k
.. 56 A E 21.3 PwShNetwk PXQ 10.77 .71 58k
.. 23 A E 34.3 PSOilSv
PXJ 13.991.19 13k
.. 64 A E 58.4 PwShDyOtc PWO 34.251.99 91k
.. 76 A E 19.3 PwSPharma PJP 14.28 .76 19k
.. 74 A E 18.8 PSRetail
PMR 11.90 .73 80k
.. 54 A E 19.2 PwShSemi PSI 10.48 .26 12k
.. 58 A E 19.4 PwShSmGr PWT 10.92 .71 +39k
.. 67 A E 18.8 PwShSmVal PWY 11.24 .94 +11k
.. 64 A D+ 21.5 PwShSoft
PSJ 12.90 .82 42k
.. 60 A E 29.2 PShTch
PTF 17.241.03 +40k
.. 54 A D 22.1 PwSTelc
PTE 10.74 .79 74k
.. 66 A E 20.6 PwsUtils
PUI 14.001.19 34k
.. 31 A E 38.9 PwrShChna PGJ 14.82 .78 27
.. 28 A E 27.2 PShGWtr n PIO 11.59 .16 +304
.. 56 A D 17.1 PwHiGrDv PHJ 9.411.31 0k
.. 71 A C+ 15.4 PwrShHiYd PEY 8.031.15 +92k
.. 87 A E 27.0 PShCalMu n PWZ 21.90 +.01 +27
.. 85 A C+ 25.4 PShNYMu n PZT 21.50 .11 +30
.. 47 A E 22.5 PwSIntDv
PID 11.70 .65 +137k
.. 49 A E 18.8 PSLNano
PXN 9.17 .74 +5k
.. 33 A E 22.6 PShPfd n PGX 9.991.26 +44
.. 49 A E 19.4 PwSValL
PIV 10.73 .50 +32k
.. 56 A E 22.9 PwSWtrRes PHO 13.65 .36 +20
.. 23 A E 28.8 PwShWHCln PBW 10.05 .20 +138
.. 54 A E 17.9 PwSZMic
PZI 9.08 .93 +95k
.. 55 A E 29.7 PwSZSC
PZJ 15.561.38 +40
.. 95 A A 28.6 PSh130Tr n PLW 27.14 .11 +18
.. 89 A D 30.8 PSUSDBear UDN 26.36 .19 62
.. 97 A C+ 25.8 PSUSDBull UUP 24.89 +.07 59
.. 28 A D 33.3 PShAsiaP n PUA 12.96 .72 83
.. 33 A E 32.0 PShDvInt n PFA 12.16 .08 10
.. 33 A E 26.5 PShEurop n PEH 11.42 .87 87
.. 62 A E 28.8 PSLgCap
PJF 18.051.07 56k
.. 47 A D 29.0 PSMidCp
PJG 15.841.22 38k
.. 67 A D 26.8 PSSmCap PJM 16.861.28 18k
.. 69 A D 28.2 PShEMSov n PCY 19.00 +.45 +113
.. 29 A D 24.8 PSFinPf
PGF 10.50 .93 +34k
.. 25 A E 28.2 PSAPcxJs n PDQ 10.901.05 +94
.. 43 A E 26.9 PSDvMxUSs PDN 13.50 .13 +838
.. 30 A D 28.7 PSEmgMk n PXH 13.001.00 +297
.. 43 A E 26.9 PSEurSm n PWD 13.10 ... +131
.. 24 A E 35.0 PShGEng n PBD 13.38 .52 +9
.. 51 A D 26.6 PSHYCpBd n PHB 15.191.31 17
.. 85 A E 25.9 PShNatMu n PZA 21.37 .15 +61
.. 30 A E 27.9 PSIntEq n PFP 11.49 .99 +16
.. 31 A D 27.4 PSPrivEq
PSP 10.211.53 22k
.. 50 A E 30.9 PSVLIR
PYH 18.061.11 21k

B9

IBD Composite Rating


Earnings Per Share Growth Rating
Relative Price Strength Rating
Sales+Profit Margins+Return On Equity
Accumulation/Distribution (last 3 mos)

48.88
12.80
23.66
12.25
17.26
38.68
33.71
34.99
20.50
15.42
28.74
12.19
38.62
29.60
9.55
9.56
15.77
17.03
12.50
34.22

1.63 23 3.9m 82
1.91 +82 30m 6o
2.10 +8 192 13k
.33 +47 3.6m 4o
2.45 +2 2.4m ..
2.64 3 5.4m 7o
2.29 +62 1.7m 6
.72 3 16m 16
1.88 +22 1.9m 9
.01 +36 5.9m 8
4.52 +39 6.8m 6
.54 +91 77m 6
3.98 +71 30m 4
1.42 1 15m 46o
1.11 +24 3.7m ..
.53 +41 110 3
.43 +10 10m 50o
1.27 +19 995 53o
.96+100 154 5
3.11 +9 10m 13

E
P R GrpAcc52-Wk
Closing
Vol%
S S Str Dis Hi Stock
Symbol Price Chg Chg
.. 94 A D 27.0 PSVrdoTF n PVI 24.99 .01 56
.. 34 A E 32.1 PSWHPrE PUW 15.631.30 20k
.. 98 A A N H ProShtDow DOG 85.50+4.70 +56
.. 98 A C+ N H ProSShFn
SEF 92.28+8.60 +7
.. 99 A B N H ProShtMC MYY 87.39+5.59 43
.. 99 A A N H ProShtEafe EFZ 120.4+5.82 +6
.. 99 A B N H PrShtEM n EUM 126.3+8.53 +51
.. 99 A B+ N H ProSShOG DDG 114.1+11.6 81
.. 99 A A N H ProShtQQQ PSQ 81.00+3.00 +26
.. 98 A B+ N H ProShR2K RWM 101.9+7.46 +19
.. 99 A A N H ProShtSP
SH 91.70+5.71 +133
.. 98 A A 100 ProShtSC
SBB 96.38+6.46 +40
.. 4 A E 113 PrUBasM
UYM 24.193.62 +343
.. 47 A D+ 80.4 ProUCnG
UGE 39.926.59 +55
.. 26 A E 67.5 ProUCnS
UCC 22.671.98 67
.. 22 A E 103 ProUltDow DDM 34.474.12 +130
.. 7 A E 62.7 ProUltFn
UYG 8.602.15 +122
.. 37 A E 77.7 ProUltHC
RXL 36.265.61 +34
.. 15 A E 94.8 ProUltInd
UXI 27.732.76 +11
.. 16 A E 97.7 ProUltMC MVV 29.914.59 3
.. 8 A E 131 ProUOG
DIG 34.008.20 +96
.. 15 A E 123 ProUltQQQ QLD 33.202.37 +209
.. 15 A E 53.2 ProUltRE
URE 12.992.62 +71
.. 18 A E 82.7 ProUR1KG UKF 26.523.23 +68
.. 18 A E 72.7 ProUR1KV UVG 21.313.28 +86
.. 16 A E 79.9 PrUR2KG
UKK 23.063.25 +245
.. 24 A E 62.0 ProUR2KV UVT 19.564.75 +44
.. 12 A E 80.2 PrURMCG UKW 21.562.91 +26
.. 16 A E 67.5 PrURMCV
UVU 19.574.51 +137
.. 19 A E 78.0 ProUltR2K UWM 22.755.25 +153
.. 18 A E 102 ProUltSP
SSO 30.593.96 +254
.. 13 A E 91.3 ProUSemi USD 19.971.14 +9
.. 25 A E 81.4 ProUltSC
SAA 26.105.03 +99
.. 19 A E 99.9 ProUTech ROM 28.091.15 +24
.. 15 A E 90.7 ProUltTel n LTL 28.133.54 26
.. 15 A E 95.8 ProUltUtl UPW 31.353.84 +57
.. 85 A D 75.0 ProUSL20 n TBT 59.87 +.86 +101
.. 93 A C+ 74.0 ProUSL710 PST 67.32+1.54 +282
.. 99 A A N H PrUShBM SMN 90.50+11.0 7
.. 99 A A N H PrUShCnG SZK 103.7+11.6 +131
.. 99 A A N H PrUShCnS SCC 155.0+15.0 +11
.. 99 A A N H PrUShDow DXD 93.20+9.50 +64
.. 99 A B 212 PrUShFn
SKF 181.5+31.5 +28
.. 99 A A N H PrUShCh25 FXP 187.0+53.9 21
.. 99 A B+ N H PrUShHc
RXD 112.9+11.4 2
.. 99 A A N H PrUShInd
SIJ 122.9+12.7 +90
.. 99 A A N H PrUShMC
MZZ 109.9+13.4 +10
.. 99 A A N H ProUShEafe EFU 190.0+20.5 +59
.. 99 A A N H PrUltSEM n EEV 178.0+19.5 +27
.. 99 A A N H PrUlSMSCI EWV 155.1+11.1 28
.. 99 A A N H PrUShOG
DUG 64.70+10.7 12
.. 99 A A N H PrUShQQQ QID 82.05+5.05 +45
.. 99 A A N H PrUSR1KG SFK 137.9+13.9 +149
.. 99 A B+ N H PrUSR1KV
SJF 157.8+25.3 +10
.. 99 A A N H PrUSR2KG SKK 138.3+11.6 +353
.. 99 A B N H PrUSR2KV SJH 141.4+20.2 +217
.. 99 A B 152 PrUShRE
SRS 139.8+17.1 11
.. 99 A B+ 163 PrUSRMCG SDK 157.6+16.7 +32
.. 99 A A N H PrUSRMCV SJL 168.8+27.4 12
.. 99 A A N H ProUSR2K TWM 129.0+19.3 +70
.. 99 A A N H PrUShSP
SDS 108.5+11.3 +76
.. 99 A B+ N H PrUShSem SSG 133.0+5.80 34
.. 99 A B N H ProUShSc
SDD 120.0+14.9 31
.. 99 A B+ 127 PrUShTch REW 116.5+4.95 5
.. 99 A A N H ProUltSTel n TLL 133.1+16.8 +66
.. 99 A B N H PrUShUtl
SDP 112.8+12.5 58
.. 21 A D 75.5 Rdx2xRUT RRY 27.006.52 +147
.. 18 A E 76.9 Rdx2xSPX RSU 25.854.86 +282
.. 18 A E 77.1 Rdx2xMdC RMM 27.004.89 +194

49 59 24 A C+44.1
92 72 86 A B 56.3
45 98 16 A E 558
90 46 98 B B+NH
23 32 45 .. D39.5
13 31 13 .. C+48.2
19 64 7 B E 47.8
32 69 13 A E 53.8

PanAmSlvr PAAS 17.19 .58


Randgold .3 GOLD 38.54 3.06
RioTinto 3.5 RTP . 175.013.25
RoylGld .7 r RGLD 39.70 .03
SeabrGld
SA 14.35 .76
SilverStd
SSRI 12.41 .92
SthnCopp 19 r PCU 11.70 1.11
TechCmco 5.9 TCK 16.67 1.90

68 59 62 B D+59.7
80 81 79 B D40.3
49 61 49 B E 55.6
5 30 15 .. D40.9
42 49 51 C E 22.2
14 31 30 .. D49.0
49 52 60 B D47.1

AveryDe
BradyA
Canon
Deluxe
EnnisI
Fujifilm
PitneyB

+47 2.7m 13o


+18 1.5m 48
+47 835 5o
+80 1.3m 58
51 135 ..o
+6 1.2m ..o
+49 9.0m 5
+67 5.0m 4

32. OFFICE
4.7 AVY
2.4 r BRC
3.3 CAJ
11 DLX
5.7 EBF
1.3 FUJI
5.5 PBI

34.56
28.46
30.90
9.05
10.81
19.89
25.48

2.62 +6 1.3m 8
1.97 +41 518 11
.78+103 1.2m 9k
1.12 +10 788 3
.84+440 576 6
.28 +77 302 11k
1.62 +64 2.6m 9

33. REAL EST


29 23 74 E D58.4
41 47 35 B E 41.3
29 33 33 C D 27.1
16 11 34 D D 60.4
12 40 22 D E 29.5
59 96 26 B E 58.0
88 86 67 B D 63.5
26 40 17 B D109
30 57 32 E E 34.4
21 50 37 E E 34.3
62 49 88 E D 46.8
63 50 68 B D44.5
43 51 46 B E 36.9

AvatarHldg AVTR
BrkfldAs 2.9 r BAM
BrkfldPr 5.2 BPO
ForestCA 1.6 FCEA
Forestarn
FOR
GpAerPac 10 PAC
GrupoAer 4.9 ASR
JonesLaL 3.3 JLL
MIDevl 4.3 MIM
MauiLdPn
MLP
StJoe
JOE
TejonRnch
TRC
WPCary 10 WPC

E
P R GrpAcc52-Wk
Closing
Vol%
S S Str Dis Hi Stock
Symbol Price Chg Chg
.. 5 A E 79.4 Rydx2xEn REA 19.605.15 +143
.. 11 A E 76.4 Rydx2xFin RFL 23.145.66 +11
.. 49 A E 87.3 Rydx2xHC RHM 46.2110.9 +115
.. 19 A E 72.4 Rydx2xTch RTG 30.073.23 15
.. 99 A B+ N H RdxIn2xRs RRZ 142.0+23.0 +24
.. 99 A A N H RdxIn2xSP RSW 163.9+16.1 +57
.. 99 A B N H RdxIn2xMd RMS 160.8+19.6 85
.. 99 A B+ 175 RydxInvEn REC 152.2+1.94 60
.. 98 A B 132 RydxInvFn RFN 109.9+17.4 +6
.. 98 A C+ 95.9 RydxInvHC RHO 95.69 .17 +20
.. 99 A A N H RydxInvTc RTW 157.2+14.5 +102
.. 62 A E 118 RydRus50
XLG 71.695.01 5k
.. 54 A D 51.8 RdxSPEqlWt RSP 29.202.28 +130
.. 55 A E 40.0 RdxSPGth RPG 23.672.38 85k
.. 50 A C+ 36.5 RdxSPVal RPV 17.152.27 +229k
.. 72 A E 46.2 RdxCnsDs RCD 27.02 .08 63k
.. 82 A E 53.8 RdxCnStp RHS 41.961.77 91k
.. 26 A D 82.6 RdxEngy
RYE 34.715.28 81k
.. 52 A E 49.9 RdxFncl
RYF 22.52 ... +130k
.. 71 A D 59.5 RdxHlthC
RYH 40.953.22 81k
.. 59 A E 60.8 RdxIndls
RGI 36.18 .67 +652k
.. 52 A D 60.7 RdxMatls RTM 35.002.09 +542k
.. 50 A E 55.4 RdxTech
RYT 29.942.16 +274k
.. 66 A E 64.0 RdxUtil
RYU 42.09 ... 85k
.. 58 A D 59.7 RdxMGth
RFG 37.412.88 90k
.. 62 A E 36.6 RdxMVal
RFV 20.942.65 +186k
.. 69 A E 45.9 RdxSCGr
RZG 28.302.26 56k
.. 62 A D 39.4 RdxSCVal
RZV 21.622.85 +106k

ST
.. 54 A E 168 S&PMdcpDR MDY 99.607.90 +56
32 45 C D 39.5 SeabrGld
SA 14.35 .76 51
.. 55 A E 25.1 SPAMG100 n SIH 13.95 ... 81
.. 49 A E 24.8 SPAMG200 n SNB 13.43 ... 97
.. 38 A E 25.2 SPAMG40 n SFV 12.43 ... 99
.. 53 A E 25.4 SPALC100 n SZG 14.55 ... 94
.. 55 A E 24.8 SPAMC100 n SVD 14.42 ... 98
.. 57 A E 24.8 SPASC100 n SSK 13.93 ... 67
.. 61 A E 38.3 SPDRConsm XLY 21.671.47 +11
.. 82 A E 30.3 SPDRCnStpl XLP 23.601.30 +185
.. 74 A E 62.8 SPIntTip n WIP 47.70+1.50 +12
.. 58 A D 83.2 SpdrGlobT DGT 49.282.05 3
.. 53 A E 52.8 SpdrWlsRE RWO 30.831.52 75
.. 34 A E 66.1 SpdrIntRE RWX 28.902.51 +166
.. 56 A E 72.0 SpdrLgCap ELR 42.185.00 +23
.. 58 A E 61.5 SpdrLCapG ELG 37.672.05 +62
.. 54 A E 90.6 SpdrLCapV ELV 50.524.85 +23
.. 52 A E 64.0 SpdrMdCap EMM 34.742.36 46
.. 49 A E 72.9 SpdrMCpG EMG 40.122.19 +182
.. 72 A E 61.7 SpdrMCpV EMV 39.84 ... 86
.. 58 A E 86.5 SpdrWilRE RWR 47.264.17 +66
.. 69 A E 68.1 SpdrSmCap DSC 42.32 ... +249
.. 50 A E 110 SpdrSCapG DSG 59.944.93 77
.. 73 A E 74.3 SpdrSCapV DSV 47.36 .00 76
.. 58 A E 113 SpdrTotMkt TMW 66.552.87 +125
.. 41 A E 91.4 SPDREnergy XLE 47.215.65 +14
.. 37 A D 35.9 SPDRFincl XLF 13.851.43 +66
.. 49 A E 64.4 SpdrMcQGl GII 36.884.30 +73
.. 75 A D 37.9 SPDRHlthC XLV 26.001.35 +104
.. 56 A E 42.0 SPDRInds
XLI 24.591.20 +28
.. 60 A D+ 54.4 KbwBk
KBE 24.852.57 +76
.. 34 A C+ 71.6 KbwCM
KCE 28.214.16 77
.. 29 A D 59.4 KbwIns
KIE 24.273.65 +48
.. 84 A B 54.7 KBWRB
KRE 27.054.26 +49
.. 94 A B+ 47.5 SpLehTbl
BIL 45.97 +.05 2

27.42
18.15
10.80
20.46
9.96
18.22
39.05
30.14
13.88
16.95
31.68
27.13
18.45

3.35 +22 54 ..
2.35 +97 2.9m 16
1.40 +28 3.7m 26k
.25 +81 1.2m ..
1.01 +76 514 16o
1.48 +40 464 6k
2.35 50 62 10k
2.55 5 750 5
.62 55 55 11
2.40 +9 26 ..k
1.54 +32 1.5m 64
2.84 +10 76 64
1.10+156 95 9k

E
P R GrpAcc52-Wk
Closing
Vol%
S S Str Dis Hi Stock
Symbol Price Chg Chg
.. 91 A D+ 55.9 SpLehAgBd LAG 50.451.58 +128
.. 89 A E 54.3 SpBrcTips
IPE 46.95 +.20 26
.. 85 A D 25.4 SPLehCAM CXA 19.50 .30 +116
.. 69 A E 48.2 SpdrLehHY JNK 33.64 +.26 +199
.. 87 A E 59.0 SPLeIntTB BWX 49.50 +.31 +221
.. 95 A C+ 57.5 SpLehIntTr ITE 56.65 +.41 +177
.. 95 A B+ 57.3 SpLehLTTr TLO 54.34 .79 1
.. 89 A C+ 24.1 SpLehMu
TFI 20.20 .05 +17
.. 88 A D 25.9 SPLeNYMu INY 19.90 +.15 75
.. 93 A D+ 25.2 SPLeSTMu SHM 22.67 +.47 38
.. 50 A E 46.5 SPDRMatls XLB 26.381.72 +99
.. 48 A E 69.1 MSTech
MTK 36.391.80 +57
.. 39 A E 45.4 SpdMSxUS CWI 22.781.97 +57
.. 55 A D 57.0 SpdrPrJpn JPP 32.522.52 63
.. 62 A E 49.7 SpdrSCJpn JSC 30.02 .08 18
.. 55 A E 158 SPDR
SPY 91.705.81 +58
.. 82 A D 69.9 SpdrBiot
XBI 50.632.87 10
.. 21 A E 36.2 SPBRIC40
BIK 14.14 .91 35
.. 29 A E 114 SpdChina n GXC 40.862.79 +37
.. 74 A B 62.2 SpdrDiv
SDY 38.764.12 +80
.. 39 A D 105 SpEmgAsP GMF 46.092.00 73
.. 18 A E 76.2 SpdrEEur n GUR 28.443.40 42
.. 25 A E 101 SpEmLtAm n GML 41.001.69 +48
.. 34 A E 86.4 SpdEMkts n GMM 40.061.04 +159
.. 47 A D 80.2 SpdEMEA n GAF 42.013.05 +9
.. 33 A D 54.9 SpdrEMSmC EWX 26.742.54 7
.. 80 A C+ 24.9 SpdrHome XHB 14.77 .63 25
.. 64 A E 27.1 SpdrICnDis IPD 19.30 ... +80
.. 75 A E 29.7 SpdrICnStp IPS 22.371.04 62
.. 33 A E 77.3 SpdrIntDiv n DWX 36.793.49 41
.. 51 A .. 32.4 SpdrIEngy IPW 20.07 +.00 92
.. 57 A D+ 27.2 SpdrIFncl
IPF 18.281.03 +55
.. 77 A E 34.1 SpdrIHlthC IRY 25.602.05 45
.. 53 A E 28.6 SpdrIIndus IPN 18.80 .65 +80
.. 38 A E 32.0 SpdrIMatls IRV 17.70 +.56 63
.. 49 A E 36.7 SpdrIntMC MDD 21.62 ... +62
.. 39 A D 39.9 SpdrIntSC n GWX 18.681.00 +35
.. 51 A .. 29.3 SpdrIntTech IPK 18.90 .75 43
.. 78 A E 26.6 SpdrITelec
IST 21.18 ... 43
.. 71 A E 29.8 SpdrIUtil
IPU 22.59 ... 0
.. 18 A E 96.1 SpdrMetM XME 32.261.65 +11
.. 26 A D 52.1 SpdrOGEq
XES 21.591.81 31
.. 26 A E 73.0 SpdrOGEx
XOP 28.903.09 47
.. 75 A E 35.7 SpdrPhrm XPH 25.621.70 32
.. 72 A D 41.7 SpdrRetl
XRT 23.711.99 +30
.. 58 A D 55.6 SpdrSemi
XSD 28.75 .40 91
.. 47 A E 35.7 SpdWldxUS GWL 19.39 .73 +40
.. 56 A E 28.6 SPDRTech XLK 16.17 .38 +128
.. 54 A E 44.7 SPDRUtil
XLU 27.181.61 +59
67 87 A B 59.3 Tompkns
TMP 37.254.00 +48k

UVWXYZ
.. 76 A
.. 64 A
.. 57 A
.. 49 A
.. 78 A
.. 57 A
.. 45 A
.. 31 A
.. 50 A
.. 55 A
.. 67 A
.. 60 A

C+ 89.2 US12Mo n
D 67.7 US GasFd n
D 67.3 USHeatO n
E 63.9 USNGFd n
D 119 USOilFnd
D 53.9 WTErn500
E 54.3 WTErT100
E 56.6 WTIntRE n
D 53.2 WTLwPE
D 51.3 WTMCEr
E 48.3 WTSCEr
E 54.1 WTTotEr

USL 51.222.43
UGA 39.651.35
UHN 37.77 .23
UNG 30.07 +.16
USO 69.472.79
EPS 31.612.93
EEZ 27.801.83
DRW 22.111.79
EZY 28.192.38
EZM 28.783.92
EES 28.291.97
EXT 31.882.81

50
37
0
53
33
34
+51
6
+22
27
4
+6

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6 S S Dis Hi Stock
Symbol Price Chg Chg 6 S S Dis Hi Stock
Symbol Price Chg Chg 6 S S Dis Hi Stock
Symbol Price Chg Chg 6 S S Dis Hi Stock
Symbol Price Chg Chg 6 S S Dis Hi Stock
Symbol Price Chg Chg 6 S S Dis Hi Stock
Symbol Price Chg Chg
86 53 81 B 18.1 CodrsVly
89 72 85 B+ 17.0 Cogent
85 56 87 D 12.0 ColonlBnk
88 61 89 D+ 52.6 CommBcp
95 67 92 B 21.0 CmrNatPA
81 94 35 D- 83.9 AmBevC
99 95 98 C+ 7.3 CmpTask
88 93 86 E 11.9 Compuwr
88 23 97 B- 5.2 Consulier
92 76 98 B 12.8 CrawfrdA
83 99 71 E 11.6 Cross A T
82 73 81 C 5.4 CrownCft n
95 70 83 C 16.6 Cryolife
96 73 98 C+ 2.1 Cyanotc
98 88 95 A+ 50.0 DailyJournal
89 88 61 C+ 69.0 Dassault
89 63 82 D 32.2 DeltaNG
81 43 61 C+ 4.5 Depomed
89 94 69 C 5.0 DescSys
92 67 88 D 9.7 DialysisCp
96 60 87 B 100.0 DiamHill
89 98 62 D+ 13.4 DiceHldg n
81 73 42 D- 11.4 DigtlAlly n
81 43 93 C+ 51.3 DigitlRlt
86 73 79 D- 10.0 Dynex Cap
82 39 95 C+ 27.6 ECB Bancrp
83 66 87 C 11.3 ESB Finl
92 78 80 C+ 51.1 Eastgroup
82 63 97 B- 14.2 EncoreCap
81 90 43 D+ 13.3 EnrgyRec
98 96 77 E 12.4 EngWest
83 36 92 B- 14.9 EntpsBcMA
91 74 76 C 62.0 EntertmtP
81 42 99 A 2.0 Epicept
82 76 78 D 56.0 EqLifePrp
86 76 52 D- 18.9 eResearch
80 3 96 B- 10.8 eTelecr n
96 63 91 B+ 18.4 EvansBcrp
87 82 79 D- 95.0 FederlRlty

Closing
Vol% % R Acc 52-Wk
Symbol Price Chg Chg Yld S Dis High Stock
AEC
AHT
AVB
BMR
BXP
BDN
BRE
BRT
CPT
CT
LSE
CMO
CSE
CRE
CBL
CBF
CDR
CIM
CSA
CLP

IJKL

IBD Composite Rating


Earnings Per Share Growth Rating
Relative Price Strength Rating
Sales+Profit Margins+Return On Equity
Accumulation/Distribution (last 3 mos)

70
73
2
50
14
60
16
9
93
40
14
79
80
32
76
78
83
65
87
97

D+
E
E
D+
E
D
C
E
C+
DE
DC+
BC
D
DE
DB

40.8
56.5
29.5
13.0
17.4
29.3
72.3
22.0
51.3
48.4
23.2
10.0
57.5
16.3
68.9
59.7
61.5
30.9
148.5
11.0

CousinsPty
CpOffcPty
CrystalR
DCT Indl
DeefldCap
DEmmett
DevelprDvs
DiamRkHos
DigitlRlt
DukeRlty
DuPFabr n
Dynex Cap
Eastgroup
EducRlty
EntertmtP
EqLifePrp
EqtyRsd
Equity One
EssexPpty
EstnLtCap

CVLY
COGT
COBK
CCBP
CNAF
ABVC
CTGX
CPWR
CSLR
CRDA
ATX
CRWS
CRY
CYAN
DJCO
DASTY
DGAS
DEPO
DSGX
DCAI
DHIL
DHX
DGLY
DLR
DX
ECBE
ESBF
EGP
ECPG
ERII
EWST
EBTC
EPR
EPCT
ELS
ERES
ETEL
EVBN
FRT

11.65 0.00 -67


9.26 0.01 66
9.36 1.36 -96
40.04 -0.96 14
15.00 0.00 -67
35.25 -1.25 11
5.68 0.08 -11
7.57 -0.42 40
4.48 0.28 -95
6.64 -1.05 -80
6.05 0.28 7
2.96 0.00 -38
8.41 -0.96 -14
1.70 -0.15 -84
42.70 1.95 -23
41.84 -3.41 39
21.70 -0.90 81
2.12 -0.48 -18
2.75 -0.16 105
7.17 0.23 -92
72.22 -7.84 196
5.97 0.00 26
4.40 -0.24 -39
37.46 -1.04 76
6.80 -0.31 -11
23.50 2.30 36
8.75 -0.15 -98
37.44 -2.40 34
9.18 -0.64 -11
6.41 -0.54 -38
7.54 0.04 35
11.99 0.00 -76
39.38 -4.00 50
0.82 0.07 470
37.71 -2.31 73
9.00 -0.91 5
7.30 -0.05 -84
15.25 -1.75 24
61.20 -5.59 68

88 69 91 B 17.7 FdltyBpPA FSBI 12.91 0.00 579


84 73 99 C+ 12.4 FinishLineA FINL 6.85 -0.61 2
94 73 83 C+ 13.0 FstAdvBc n FABK 9.90 0.00 -70
81 29 95 A- 13.3 FstbkPRic FBP
8.29 -1.51 74
92 73 96 C+ 23.1 FtBcqME FNLC 16.21 -1.21 134
94 50 96 A 18.4 FstBks
FBSI 16.00 0.33 -63
87 54 81 C+ 23.5 FsBcMiss FBMS 16.00 0.00 -91
90 78 84 B- 11.3 FstBncTr FBTC 7.75 -0.25 -94
88 68 88 B- 20.0 FBusnFn FBIZ 14.90 0.90 370
93 70 88 B 10.3 FstCalifF n FCAL 7.25 -1.34 -56
90 61 93 B+ 17.1 First Cap FCAP 14.39 -0.97 83
87 54 95 B- 192.5 FstCtz A FCNCA 144.24-16.27 292
83 36 94 B- 27.8 FstFinSvc FFKY 20.50 0.00 -6
83 58 76 B+ 11.9 FtFnNw
FFNW 8.13 -1.20 -25
98 71 96 B 24.5 First Lng Isld FLIC 20.15 -1.09 6
80 62 85 E 10.4 FstSecGrp FSGI 6.71 0.00 -72
96 68 96 C+ 21.9 First United FUNC 19.46 1.21 -78
81 66 81 B- 13.3 Fox Chase FXCB 9.39 -1.66 127
88 89 82 D+ 15.0 FrnklnBen BFBC 11.00 -0.32 158
97 98 81 D+ 11.9 FuqiIntl n FUQI 7.03 -0.55 -28
96 97 97 E 4.4 GSITech n GSIT 3.50 -0.04 -84
90 74 94 D+ 15.0 GermnAm GABC 11.87 0.06 -98
87 64 81 C+ 11.0 GlbTraff
GNET 6.60 -1.04 -7
80 87 56 D- 16.5 Globecom GCOM 6.85 -0.63 -21
95 81 79 C 14.3 GrnCntyBcp GCBC 10.73 -3.02 -25
83 59 80 B 51.5 Gyrodyne AmGYRO 32.26 -2.73 94
93 93 83 C 6.7 HackettGp HCKT 3.85 -0.20 -43
84 45 84 D 13.9 HampRdBk HMPR 10.25 -0.44 -71
90 70 92 D- 14.5 HrlysvlSv HARL 11.96 0.56 -67
89 69 74 D- 12.9 Harmonic HLIT 7.39 -0.37 -2
85 69 97 D 18.2 Hawkins HWKN 17.01 0.01 112
93 74 91 D- 54.0 HealthCrR HCN 43.36 -4.35 19
84 69 89 C+ 32.0 HealthRlty HR
23.57 -2.32 26
84 83 67 B 3.8 HlthStrm HSTM 2.15 0.00 -65
97 73 98 B- 7.3 HenryBrEl HBE
6.01 0.41 -40
83 71 77 E 18.7 HeritCrys n HCCI 11.05 -0.45 -29
85 82 70 C+ 38.8 HghwdPrp HIW 24.21 -3.20 52
83 71 88 E 37.0 HinghmSv HIFS 25.79 -0.21 188
92 61 91 D 11.0 HomeDia HDIX 7.96 0.03 3
80 73 80 .. 8.0 Homeown HCII
5.02 -0.38 -51

Closing
Vol% % R Acc 52-Wk
Symbol Price Chg Chg Yld S Dis High Stock
CUZ
OFC
CRZ
DCT
DFR
DEI
DDR
DRH
DLR
DRE
DFT
DX
EGP
EDR
EPR
ELS
EQR
EQY
ESS
ELC

17.97 -2.57
26.80 -2.88
0.82 0.00
5.85 -0.92
0.38 0.00
15.75 -1.53
16.00 -5.21
4.18 -1.07
37.46 -1.04
14.34 -2.81
7.15 -1.83
6.80 -0.31
37.44 -2.40
6.61 -1.68
39.38 -4.00
37.71 -2.31
33.38 -3.61
16.45 -1.20
97.00 -7.68
4.50 -1.20

4 8.2
47 5.6
-2 48.8
-12 10.9
34 89.5
7 4.8
156 17.3
79 23.9
76 3.3
159 13.5
72 10.5
-11 13.5
34 5.6
39 12.4
50 8.5
73 2.1
63 5.8
67 7.3
130 4.2
10 ..

71
79
5
24
15
71
79
1
75
41
13
1
98
80
83
91
89
29
70
14

DDDDD+
BB+
E
C+
E
E
E
C+
C+
E
DC+
DC+
E

20.6
98.9
29.5
50.6
8.6
21.1
31.8
67.4
33.9
22.9
29.7
38.3
6.6
27.2
42.2
54.0
38.7
14.2
47.4
14.5

ExtraSpc
FederlRlty
FelCor
First Industrl
FriedBR
FrkStPrp
FstPotmc
GenlGrPpty
GettyRlty
Gladstn
GlimchRlty
Gramercy
HanovCap
HatterasF n
HCP
HealthCrR
HealthRlty
Hersha Hosp
HghwdPrp
HMG

83 74 76 C 15.4 HopfedBcp HFBC


95 84 96 A- 26.4 HorizBcp HBNC
82 95 56 B- 10.4 IAMGld
IAG
81 61 92 E 4.6 Icad
ICAD
85 55 87 B- 10.7 infoGRP
IUSA
94 73 91 B- 4.3 Innotrac
INOC
87 76 90 D- 12.0 Intersect INTX
81 73 56 C 2.4 Inventure SNAK
83 64 98 B- 5.4 Iridex Corp IRIX
91 73 71 D+ 13.8 IturnLoc
ITRN
90 81 90 C 13.4 JksnvBcIL JXSB
85 92 71 E 14.5 JBeanTc
JBT
89 75 84 B- 14.1 KFedBcp KFED
94 80 83 C 7.4 KSWInc
KSW
81 95 66 E 170.0 K Tron Intl KTII
87 69 93 D+ 10.2 KYFstFed KFFB
83 66 92 B- 13.8 Kforce
KFRC
88 69 86 B- 31.2 LTC Ppty IncLTC
98 88 94 B- 19.0 LaCrsFtwr BOOT
87 77 95 E 10.6 LakeShrBc LSBK
94 63 94 C+ 14.0 LakeInd
LAKE
87 66 72 B- 16.3 Landec
LNDC
92 64 94 A- 27.5 LandmkBcp LARK
84 80 75 D 10.1 LaPorteB n LPSB
81 78 76 B- 10.3 LeCroy
LCRY
86 73 83 B- 14.8 LegcyBc
LEGC
96 80 88 A- 10.8 LibrtyBc
LBCP
86 91 64 C 15.2 Liquidity LQDT
86 89 56 B- 23.9 LoopNet
LOOP
98 87 95 E 13.3 LaBncp n LABC
94 73 92 E 9.3 Magal Sec MAGS
81 38 96 B 2.4 MagicSftwr MGIC
98 99 80 D- 15.4 MainStC n MAIN
81 96 78 B- 14.0 Meadow VllyMVCO
83 83 65 D+ 10.0 Meadwbrk MIG
93 72 89 D 9.1 Medifast MED
91 82 77 D+ 22.0 Medtox
MTOX
90 85 85 D- 19.0 MercerIns MIGP
92 55 88 B+ 24.5 MercMcsVT MBVT
88 58 84 D- 27.0 Mesa Labs MLAB

Closing
Vol% % R Acc 52-Wk
Symbol Price Chg Chg Yld S Dis High Stock
EXR
FRT
FCH
FR
FBR
FSP
FPO
GGP
GTY
GOOD
GRT
GKK
HCM
HTS
HCP
HCN
HR
HT
HIW
HMG

11.51 -1.64
61.20 -5.59
3.22 -0.70
15.02 -1.55
0.85 0.00
11.20 -1.55
13.54 -0.91
3.90 -1.50
15.00 -2.16
9.49 -0.41
5.00 -0.41
1.20 -0.20
0.25 -0.02
18.50 -1.31
27.91 -2.39
43.36 -4.35
23.57 -2.32
4.25 -0.39
24.21 -3.20
3.60 -0.20

103 8.7
68 4.2
49 18.6
60 19.2
91 ..
95 6.8
49 10.0
99 ..
0 12.5
53 15.8
139 25.6
11 210
-39 ..
62 22.7
67 6.5
19 6.3
26 6.5
228 16.9
52 7.0
-95 ..

83
13
33
38
2
68
65
88
1
10
46
61
37
5
86
22
37
76
40
58

DE
E
E
BE
E
D
E
DE
D
E
E
BE
DE
DC

65.0
49.0
29.0
13.7
10.0
11.3
21.1
11.8
52.9
21.6
90.2
53.6
21.8
30.3
31.2
49.8
19.5
54.6
103.6
56.5

10.50 -0.99 -77


22.00 -1.10 -18
4.87 0.07 0
2.55 0.02 86
4.98 -0.28 113
2.93 -0.42 63
8.79 0.55 -67
1.27 -0.13 173
2.68 -0.34 -4
8.46 -0.29 47
10.00 0.00 -50
9.96 0.06 -87
8.95 -0.25 298
4.68 -0.12 69
88.47 -9.01 -18
9.65 0.00 -40
8.60 -0.62 -1
22.43 -2.25 15
16.00 -0.19 -53
9.02 0.00 -94
12.00 -0.26 -11
6.64 -0.80 159
20.25 -0.25 -78
5.49 -0.48 -86
6.81 -0.63 12
10.96 -0.79 44
9.00 0.18 61
7.79 -0.76 -10
8.44 -0.44 6
11.99 0.01 -66
7.01 0.01 38
1.66 0.00 16
10.70 -0.41 20
8.00 0.00 -80
5.27 -1.15 1
4.55 -0.23 -35
12.14 -0.56 247
15.25 -0.63 87
20.50 -1.25 5
20.11 0.00 -32

81 43 90 C+
88 82 86 C+
84 72 78 D
85 75 72 C+
83 86 72 C+
82 22 97 A
84 84 50 D+
87 58 98 C
94 65 92 C+
92 60 91 B
88 68 87 B89 72 97 C+
87 63 75 D96 87 82 C+
95 73 84 B84 79 81 E
98 94 83 C
99 99 86 B98 89 99 C
95 86 81 C
82 42 79 B92 81 93 B
83 95 71 C+
99 85 95 C
88 91 90 C
90 77 91 E
97 93 93 C+
95 78 91 D91 84 94 E
85 51 84 D89 74 89 C
81 48 96 E
85 68 98 B+
94 63 90 D+
84 73 68 B91 92 76 C
84 89 87 E
99 96 93 B93 74 94 A86 79 88 D

16.6 Metrocorp MCBI


19.2 MidWOne n MOFG
12.3 MOCON
MOCO
59.5 MolCoorsA TAPA
16.5 MonrchFn MNRK
21.0 NBT Finl NBTF
8.9 NIC Inc
EGOV
9.0 NPSPharma NPSP
18.2 NathnsFms NATH
22.0 NtlBnksh NKSH
35.0 Natl Hlth Inv NHI
35.6 Natl Resrch NRCI
26.1 NatRetPrp NNN
7.3 NtlTchSys NTSC
40.0 NtnwdHlth NHP
10.7 NaugatVlly NVSL
13.0 Ness Tech NSTC
16.1 Netscout NTCT
13.4 NV Chmls NCEM
12.2 NwEngBc NEBS
15.3 NH Thrift NHTB
12.1 NY&Co
NWY
8.9 Newpark Res NR
16.2 NobelLrn NLCI
20.9 NthnTch
NTIC
32.8 NorwdFnl NWFL
5.7 NovaMed NOVA
10.8 OakRidgeF BKOR
12.0 OceanShor OSHC
11.3 OdyssyHth ODSY
9.6 OldLnBnc OLBK
22.0 OldPntFnl OPOF
31.2 OmegaFlx OFLX
19.7 OmegaHlth OHI
16.3 PDLBio
PDLI
9.9 PMC Sierra PMCS
10.6 P S B Hldg PSBH
11.8 PC-Tel
PCTI
37.9 PeapkGlFn PGC
33.8 PaCmcBcp COBH

Closing
Vol% % R Acc 52-Wk
Symbol Price Chg Chg Yld S Dis High Stock

HomePptys
Hosp Prop Tr
HostHtls
HRPT Ptys Tr
ImpacMtg
IncomeOpRe
InlandRE
InvtRlEst
iStarFinl
JER Inv
Kilroy Rlty
Kimco Rlty
KiteRealty
KKRFincl
LTC Ppty Inc
LaSalleHtl
LexRltyTr
Liberty Ppty
Macerich
MackCali Rlt

HME
HPT
HST
HRP
IMH
IOT
IRC
IRET
SFI
JRT
KRC
KIM
KRG
KFN
LTC
LHO
LXP
LRY
MAC
CLI

41.73 -5.29
11.31 -1.80
8.56 -1.20
4.37 -0.48
0.22 0.00
4.00 0.00
10.49 -1.01
8.97 -0.36
1.02 -0.34
2.75 -0.80
31.92 -1.39
25.43 -2.18
7.96 -1.08
3.35 0.20
22.43 -2.25
13.40 -1.99
8.18 -0.94
26.30 -2.53
39.30 -1.61
24.25 -2.54

103 6.3
28 27.2
36 9.3
46 19.2
24 ..
-29 ..
68 9.3
7 7.5
-4 ..
34 43.6
206 7.3
75 6.9
90 10.3
146 47.8
15 7.0
40 15.7
37 16.1
99 9.5
95 8.1
75 10.6

4
45
53
45
70
47
65
87
75
15
25
84
27
90
45
21
94
13
92
92

D
E
C
E
C
BC+
BDE
E
BD
D+
D
E
D
E
BE

44.7
16.7
11.1
11.2
66.0
14.9
9.1
35.5
26.1
33.5
18.1
40.0
40.5
19.7
26.1
7.4
18.9
50.4
10.4
60.0

11.53 -0.27 -83


13.60 0.00 5
9.08 -0.67 0
40.07 -1.93 -13
8.15 1.27 -75
17.76 -1.24 -88
4.63 -0.68 231
5.29 -0.54 0
14.85 0.59 782
17.00 -0.59 217
26.45 -4.05 116
27.77 -2.22 -42
17.75 -2.04 79
5.00 0.02 49
28.08 -3.49 12
7.22 0.00 -61
8.39 -0.55 -4
8.99 -0.61 34
13.24 -0.01 24
9.00 -0.20 -24
9.24 0.00 -76
6.70 -0.79 -28
4.61 -0.47 -23
14.35 -0.63 68
9.26 -0.09 -76
28.00 -1.49 -78
4.00 -0.10 57
7.70 0.00 100
9.72 0.01 -83
7.88 -1.00 29
7.00 -0.07 52
18.47 0.03 0
18.11 -3.08 -10
15.60 -0.82 137
7.90 -0.41 -27
5.38 -0.40 4
8.00 0.00 -93
8.01 -0.56 -37
23.72 -3.88 46
23.00 -3.80 -33

89 69 86 C+ 28.5 Pennchck PNNW


91 55 89 B 17.5 PeopBNC PEBK
88 66 86 C+ 25.5 PeoplsFCMS PFBX
89 36 97 C+ 6.4 Pharsight n PHST
98 73 87 B- 10.1 PointrTel PNTR
94 61 89 D+ 22.0 PorterBc PBIB
81 33 75 C 14.8 Pozen
POZN
85 76 88 E 66.9 PrefrmLn PLPC
84 71 93 C 82.4 Primeenergy PNRG
95 98 79 B+ 8.6 Primoris PRIM
90 78 88 C+ 29.8 PrinctnNtl PNBC
88 73 85 C+102.5 PublicStg PSA
89 73 91 D- 26.5 PubStgDSA PSAA
87 82 65 C+ 13.5 Pulaski Fin PULB
99 73 99 A- 7.8 Questcor QCOR
86 74 79 E 9.5 BarryRG
DFZ
98 80 90 B- 33.4 RGC Resc RGCO
94 67 77 B- 11.4 RTIBiolog RTIX
81 65 78 D 49.5 Rayonier RYN
96 73 94 B- 5.5 Rewards DINE
92 73 78 A 11.7 RiverCBk RCBK
93 73 88 B+ 11.9 RomeBncp ROME
82 73 79 C+ 3.9 RuralMtro RURL
83 94 77 D+ 14.3 SimpleTech STEC
83 72 85 C+ 10.8 SallyBty
SBH
84 52 85 B 11.1 SandMr
SMHG
97 96 72 B- 10.0 Sapient
SAPE
96 79 95 D+ 7.0 SchiffNutr WNI
96 73 97 B 6.8 Scopus
SCOP
88 53 90 B- 9.8 SeaChng SEAC
81 45 85 C 27.3 ShoreBanc SHBI
83 53 88 C 11.4 SkillSoft SKIL
87 91 62 D- 11.2 SkywksSol SWKS
97 61 90 B 16.2 SthnMOBc SMBC
82 87 83 D- 13.2 SportSply RBI
81 65 61 A- 7.7 Star Buffet STRZ
88 47 83 B+ 14.0 SterlngBanc SBIB
85 44 92 C+ 15.2 Stwrdshp n SSFN
90 59 95 B 5.6 SummInf SUMR
90 67 80 D+ 19.0 SumtFnlGr SMMF

Closing
Vol% % R Acc 52-Wk
Symbol Price Chg Chg Yld S Dis High Stock

MaguirePr MPG
MedclProp MPW
MFA Mtg
MFA
MHIHosp
MDH
Mid Am Apt MAA
MissWst
MSW
MonREIT
MNRTA
Natl Hlth Inv NHI
NatRetPrp NNN
Newcstle
NCT
NStarRlty
NRF
NtnwdHlth NHP
NYMtgTr
NYMT
OmegaHlth OHI
OneLibertyPr OLP
OrigenFnl
ORGN
PacOffPT
PCE
Penn REIT PEI
PittsWVRR PW
Plum Crk Tim PCL

4.09 -0.70
6.83 -0.83
4.60 -0.73
3.63 0.23
38.19 -3.88
6.76 -0.99
5.42 -0.77
26.45 -4.05
17.75 -2.04
3.22 -0.38
4.35 0.20
28.08 -3.49
3.00 -0.46
15.60 -0.82
11.07 -2.35
1.00 0.05
6.18 -0.04
9.81 -0.80
9.12 -0.15
40.62 -1.97

-36 ..
68 15.8
-19 19.1
-56 18.7
28 6.4
33 11.8
62 11.1
116 8.3
79 8.5
39 31.1
739 33.1
12 6.3
703 21.3
137 7.7
65 13.0
-75 ..
500 3.2
124 23.2
-82 5.7
123 4.1

49
48
64
49
57
16
76
85
91
9
55
78
80
30
65
10
26
65
67
29
70

E
DC+
DE
E
DC+
DDDD
E
BDE
E
C
DC
D-

15.9
55.9
8.2
8.1
57.9
73.3
77.6
117.2
27.6
38.3
39.5
49.5
34.9
66.6
93.5
18.9
8.1
62.7
124.0
158.9
26.8

PMC Cmrcl
Post Pptys
PresRltyA
PresRltyB
PrkwyProp
ProLogis
PS BusPk
PublicStg
PubStgDSA
RAIT Fin
RamcoGers
Rayonier
RealtyIncm
Redwood Tr
RegencyCtrs
ResceCap
Roberts Rlty
Saul Centers
SimonProp
SLGreenRlty
SnrHouse

20.03 -0.60 5
10.91 -0.81 72
18.10 0.05 8
5.15 0.00 -6
5.37 -0.93 -97
15.93 -1.17 -18
8.21 -0.49 61
42.00 -3.63 -39
54.76 -7.23 -5
6.00 -0.20 -61
24.11 -0.65 -35
70.50 -7.95 94
23.98 0.09 122
7.17 -0.68 15
6.32 -0.60 91
6.31 -0.20 34
26.00 -0.10 157
7.15 -0.84 58
35.41 -3.00 38
4.20 -0.09 -70
6.74 0.00 -92
10.00 0.00 98
1.81 -0.06 -41
6.69 -0.22 -63
6.61 0.20 60
6.30 -0.75 20
5.30 -0.37 -31
5.66 -0.22 -25
4.55 0.00 70
6.60 -0.39 15
18.19 -3.73 26
8.59 -0.35 -41
6.34 -0.24 -17
13.42 -0.07 0
8.51 -0.24 20
3.87 0.00 -52
8.51 -0.89 -1
12.50 0.25 135
4.50 0.40 -24
11.00 -0.08 -4

91 89 78 D85 70 85 C
84 56 88 C+
91 86 73 C+
94 81 92 D90 92 83 D
87 98 70 C+
95 73 98 B
85 78 49 D+
85 18 98 B91 79 71 B85 73 77 B+
85 86 61 D81 73 80 B+
86 79 97 C
97 98 74 D82 99 54 D84 39 89 B91 67 95 D
89 74 81 C
91 94 83 C+
88 56 86 D+
91 99 57 D97 62 96 C+
93 69 88 D+
84 81 70 E
90 57 88 C
86 89 76 C
91 90 73 B90 49 94 B82 41 84 A93 63 91 B+
89 66 87 D+
87 53 87 C
81 72 87 B
95 89 83 B+
92 95 83 C
95 80 90 D
81 87 35 D86 50 96 D+

10.9 SuperMic n SMCI


13.6 SuperiorUnf SGC
29.2 TF Fincl
THRD
11.9 TaiwSem TSM
13.0 TamalpaisB TAMB
46.3 TangerFact SKT
9.3 Taylor DeviceTAYD
8.8 TlCmSys TSYS
27.1 TennCmrcB TNCC
9.0 Tercica
TRCA
13.6 TexRdhsA TXRH
4.9 3Com
COMS
9.3 TibcoSft
TIBX
3.4 Track Data TRAC
9.0 Transcat TRNS
14.2 TrianglCp TCAP
14.6 UFP Tech UFPT
22.4 UnionBksh UNB
11.0 UnitedBkOH UBCP
15.0 UnitdBcOH UBOH
45.6 US Lime USLM
32.4 UtahMedPr UTMD
14.0 VanceInfo n VIT
9.2 VasclrSoln VASC
57.1 Villge Sup VLGEA
55.2 Vina Concha VCO
9.3 Vivus
VVUS
17.8 Volterra
VLTR
9.5 WSPHld n WH
17.3 WVS Finl WVFC
12.3 WayneSv WAYN
11.5 WestfldF WFD
5.5 Wet Seal WTSLA
42.0 Weyco
WEYS
5.5 WhiteElc WEDC
16.5 WilsLease WLFC
13.4 WindRivr WIND
23.8 Winmark WINA
16.5 Wipro
WIT
50.0 YPFSciedad YPF

Closing
Vol% % R Acc 52-Wk
Symbol Price Chg Chg Yld S Dis High Stock
PCC
PPS
PDLA
PDLB
PKY
PLD
PSB
PSA
PSAA
RAS
RPT
RYN
O
RWT
REG
RSO
RPI
BFS
SPG
SLG
SNH

6.00 -0.10
20.82 -2.41
3.90 0.00
3.50 0.20
24.77 -2.89
23.87 -2.87
42.00 -4.15
70.50 -7.95
23.98 0.09
2.70 -0.44
15.20 -1.70
35.41 -3.00
20.41 -1.07
14.60 -2.28
45.07 -4.43
2.87 -0.26
3.20 -0.10
37.37 -4.63
67.36 -6.89
47.03 -2.04
16.29 -2.12

55 15.0
40 8.6
-27 16.4
389 18.3
33 10.5
17 8.7
10 4.2
94 3.1
122 10.2
67 68.1
9 12.2
38 5.6
102 8.3
-28 20.5
152 6.4
74 54.4
-87 ..
-9 5.0
69 5.3
126 6.7
61 8.6

74
11
40
22
10
83
53
30
74
68
51
80
84
87
75
62
76
71
89
70
36

DB
D
DE
D
DB
DDDC+
DC
D
BE
DC+
E
D+

63.9
24.4
35.5
30.7
8.5
46.3
66.0
284.0
23.6
34.1
16.5
42.0
19.1
20.5
52.0
16.0
6.5
136.6
43.4
52.3
7.3

SovranSlfSt
StratHtls
Sun Cmnts
SunstnHtl
SuperHosp
TangerFact
Taubman Ctr
ThornbrgM
U-Store-It
UDR INC
UMHProp
UnivrslHR
UrstdBdl
UrstdBdlA
Ventas
VesRMII rs
VestinRMI
VorndRlty
Wash REIT
WeingrtnR
WinthropR

6.65 -0.10 -27


8.47 -0.53 -92
20.09 -0.36 -4
7.73 -0.46 -9
10.20 0.00 360
32.54 -2.11 8
4.29 -0.61 -54
5.13 -0.60 -34
10.75 0.25 116
8.65 -0.11 -42
7.45 -0.69 29
2.17 -0.17 33
5.23 -0.49 52
1.95 0.05 324
6.85 0.15 -39
8.95 -0.54 -2
4.80 -0.03 14
18.26 -1.24 -75
10.00 -0.10 -50
10.97 0.00 -96
29.74 -1.41 122
26.00 -1.30 4
5.59 -0.48 -52
7.03 0.03 -27
42.88 -0.06 -11
29.05 -0.44 -64
5.73 -0.59 -14
9.78 0.02 -34
5.30 -0.03 -27
16.00 0.00 -65
8.63 0.00 -46
9.03 -0.77 72
3.06 -0.29 -20
26.61 -1.94 135
4.30 -0.06 19
10.05 -0.70 26
8.35 -0.08 -16
16.50 -0.89 56
7.00 -0.56 -10
46.71 0.71 -16

Closing
Vol% %
Symbol Price Chg Chg Yld
SSS
BEE
SUI
SHO
SPPR
SKT
TCO
TMA
YSI
UDR
UMH
UHT
UBP
UBA
VTR
VRTB
VRTA
VNO
WRE
WRI
FUR

31.99 -2.95
4.34 -1.06
11.99 -3.47
8.02 -0.91
1.95 -0.65
32.54 -2.11
33.20 -3.44
2.31 -0.99
8.46 -0.19
17.05 -3.00
6.41 -0.35
27.96 -3.26
13.79 -0.44
13.93 -1.69
34.15 -4.85
3.53 -0.17
2.00 0.00
69.75 -7.25
29.01 -3.24
24.68 -1.80
2.61 -0.06

54 8.0
4 22.1
101 21.0
46 17.5
1031 26.2
8 4.7
71 5.0
-50 ..
167 8.5
82 7.7
7 11.2
105 8.4
620 6.2
23 6.8
120 6.0
5 ..
-84 ..
103 5.2
44 6.0
18 8.5
78 10.0

B10

FUTURES

FRIDAY, OCTOBER 10, 2008

Season
Open
High Low
Interest Open High Low Close Chg.
For Thursday, October 9, 2008

Season
High Low

Grains
WHEAT (CBOT) 5,000 bu minimum cents per bushel
1284.3 586.25 Dec 08 161,076 606.50 621.50 600.00
1275.0 601.75 Mar 09 52,574 626.50 642.00 621.50
1200.0 623.75 May 09 5,765 642.00 655.75 636.75
1140.8 550.00 Jul 09 38,182 655.50 667.75 650.00
1126.0 653.50 Sep 09 2,578 671.75 675.75 667.00
1155.8 571.00 Dec 09 14,872 690.75 700.00 687.50
1112.0 555.00 Jul 10 4,817 704.50 714.25 698.50
Est. Vol. 74,712 Vol. 37,772 open int 281,179 1,213

604.75
626.00
640.75
654.50
671.25
691.50
702.50

3.25
3.00
2.25
1.50
0.25
...
0.50

Season

Open
Season
Interest Open High Low Close Chg. High Low

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

799.25 386.50 Dec 08 480,617 439.75 442.50 425.00 438.25


816.00 395.75 Mar 09 198,253 457.00 459.75 442.00 455.75
822.00 401.00 May 09 49,589 469.00 471.25 454.75 467.50
826.00 403.75 Jul 09 103,205 479.50 482.25 465.00 478.25
763.75 455.25 Sep 09 20,576 487.75 491.00 472.50 483.25
707.00 391.75 Dec 09 112,554 493.25 496.50 476.25 490.50
711.25 401.00 Mar 10 8,396 507.00 508.50 495.00 504.00
713.25 485.00 May 10 357 507.00 512.75 507.00 509.00
714.50 407.00 Jul 10 1,993 515.00 515.00 513.50 513.50
705.00 394.00 Dec 10 27,091 481.00 485.25 463.00 482.50
660.00 463.00 Dec 11
555 487.00 497.50 487.00 497.50
Est. Vol. 350,404 Vol. 203,194 open int 1,003,249 7,738

+10.8
+11.8
+11.8
+12.3
+10.8
+13.5
+12.5
+12.0
+12.0
+19.5
+24.5

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


489.25 284.00 Dec 08 8,879 298.75 300.25
502.00 284.00 Mar 09 2,717 315.50 316.75
510.00 284.00 May 09 1,645 327.50 327.50
533.00 305.00 Dec 09 1,550 365.50 366.50
Est. Vol. 1,509 Vol. 846 open int 15,190 33

294.00
311.50
325.00
365.00

297.50
314.50
326.00
366.50

+4.50
+4.50
+4.50
+4.50

105.05 83.25 Feb 09


590 90.05
104.30 84.95 Mar 09
25 90.45
105.50 87.70 May 09
48 90.60
104.00 89.00 Jul 09
24 91.25
Est. Vol. 12 Vol. 125 open int 688 17

980.00
995.50
1009.5
1019.8
1027.5
1029.0
1024.0
1012.0
1013.0

+16.0
+16.3
+16.0
+16.8
+16.5
+16.5
+14.0
+11.5
+11.5

90.05
90.45
90.60
91.25

88.25
87.50
87.70
90.25

88.25
87.50
87.70
90.25

3.00
3.00
3.00
3.00

Foods
COCOA

(NYBT)

10

metric

tons

3273.0 1845.0 Dec 08 54,092 2362.0 2385.0 2325.0


3228.0 1896.0 Mar 09 29,997 2407.0 2407.0 2354.0
3214.0 1924.0 May 09 13,354 2420.0 2422.0 2375.0
3220.0 2092.0 Jul 09 5,725 2432.0 2432.0 2394.0
3237.0 2108.0 Sep 09 2,995 2440.0 2440.0 2399.0
3217.0 2178.0 Dec 09 6,562 2436.0 2436.0 2393.0
3188.0 2316.0 Mar 10 2,042 2430.0 2430.0 2396.0
Est. Vol. 7,422 Vol. 12,582 open int 116,584 886

SOYBEANS (CBOT) 5,000 bu minimum cents per bushel COFFEE


1636.8 911.00 Nov 08 153,193 983.50 990.00 947.00
1649.0 919.75 Jan 09 95,010 997.75 1005.0 964.00
1653.5 924.00 Mar 09 28,732 1011.8 1019.0 979.00
1644.5 943.00 May 09 15,371 1022.3 1028.0 998.50
1650.0 934.00 Jul 09 21,941 1031.0 1037.5 1000.3
1640.0 972.50 Aug 09 1,172 1025.3 1029.0 1025.0
1600.0 969.00 Sep 09
552 1032.0 1032.0 1019.3
1557.5 876.00 Nov 09 40,878 1018.0 1033.3 986.25
1555.5 950.00 Nov 10 4,950 1019.3 1023.5 999.25
Est. Vol. 257,608 Vol. 193,550 open int 362,163 +3,976

(NYBT)

37,500

lbs.

per

cents

178.90 109.35 Dec 08 83,156 114.55 116.45 114.50


181.60 114.40 Mar 09 30,926 120.15 121.40 119.35
181.50 117.50 May 09 13,509 122.75 124.05 122.50
181.60 120.50 Jul 09 3,796 125.95 126.65 125.50
183.15 123.45 Sep 09 1,964 128.90 129.15 128.00
189.00 127.05 Dec 09 2,634 132.40 132.40 131.30
Est. Vol. 9,487 Vol. 24,841 open int 137,364 936

ton

2335.0
2359.0
2375.0
2396.0
2401.0
2398.0
2396.0

37.0
35.0
41.0
40.0
15.0
15.0
11.0

per

114.50
119.50
122.75
125.60
128.00
131.30

lb.
0.75
0.50
...
+0.15
0.05
+0.05

ORANGE JUICE (NYBT) 15,000 lbs. cents per lb.


153.50 78.30 Nov 08 14,570 83.45 84.35 81.30 81.50
177.00 84.05 Jan 09 9,760 87.75 87.80 85.00 85.15

270.90
276.00
278.70
283.50
286.90
289.90
289.50
289.00
285.50
286.50

+7.20
+7.20
+7.30
+7.70
+7.90
+7.90
+8.00
+8.00
+7.20
+7.20

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


71.65 38.50 Oct 08 1,106 39.67 40.12 39.35
74.00 38.39 Dec 08 129,408 40.00 40.75 38.98
74.04 39.21 Jan 09 33,568 40.45 41.24 39.92
74.18 39.49 Mar 09 25,463 41.03 41.59 40.68
71.90 40.12 May 09 14,588 41.42 42.08 40.60
71.90 40.15 Jul 09 21,434 41.65 42.36 41.30
71.50 40.85 Aug 09 3,067 41.84 42.23 41.55
71.20 40.75 Sep 09 2,724 41.86 42.35 41.60
70.50 40.63 Oct 09 2,470 41.81 41.91 41.68
70.00 40.63 Dec 09 17,332 42.08 42.50 41.79
Est. Vol. 128,645 Vol. 73,934 open int 255,254 +1,441

39.44
39.79
40.32
40.81
41.18
41.45
41.63
41.73
41.73
41.84

+0.04
+0.02
+0.01
...
+0.01
+0.02
+0.02
...
0.02
0.03

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


1293.0 605.00 Dec 08 49,654 649.00 653.00 635.50
1275.0 609.00 Mar 09 15,632 670.00 672.00 656.00
1255.0 635.00 May 09 4,731 669.00 672.00 669.00
1135.0 546.00 Jul 09 13,344 689.00 689.00 675.00
1135.0 575.00 Dec 09 2,072 719.00 719.00 705.00
Est. Vol. 2,972 Vol. 14,621 open int 89,264 512

638.00
657.25
669.75
675.00
705.00

...
0.25
0.25
...
2.00

ROUGH RICE (CBOT) 2,000 CWT dollars per CWT


22.72 11.90 Nov 08 4,314 16.90 17.54 16.86 16.86 0.435
22.38 12.88 Jan 09 3,180 17.20 17.85 17.20 17.20 0.42
22.65 14.45 Mar 09 696 17.94 18.00 17.52 17.52 0.42
Est. Vol. 2,460 Vol. 954 open int 8,702 +44

Meats
CATTLE

(CME)

40,000

lbs.

cents

113.20 90.05 Oct 08 16,872 92.37 93.27 90.05


115.32 86.65 Dec 08 123,158 94.65 95.45 92.27
117.65 92.40 Feb 09 53,570 94.92 95.82 92.75
119.20 92.92 Apr 09 25,228 95.52 96.20 93.32
116.70 90.95 Jun 09 13,454 93.80 94.00 91.27
117.50 91.80 Aug 09 2,921 94.20 94.75 93.57
118.50 95.00 Oct 09 1,744 97.70 97.70 96.50
119.00 96.00 Dec 09
570 98.00 98.00 98.00
110.00 99.00 Feb 10
3 99.90 99.90 99.00
Est. Vol. 10,125 Vol. 50,717 open int 237,520 1,858

per
92.12
94.30
94.82
95.45
92.90
93.87
96.70
98.00
99.00

lb.
0.33
0.65
0.28
0.30
0.70
0.88
1.00
0.50
1.00

FEEDER CATTLE (CME) 50,000 lbs. cents per lb.


118.80 96.30 Oct 08 4,052 98.72 99.90 97.75
168.00 95.40 Nov 08 10,188 98.10 99.50 95.35
118.10 94.80 Jan 09 7,681 97.60 98.90 95.55
118.05 96.10 Mar 09 1,189 99.40 100.00 98.40
118.25 97.05 Apr 09
537 99.00 100.80 99.00
118.25 98.50 May 09 665 100.00 101.40 100.00
113.17 100.00 Aug 09 141 102.50 102.60 102.05
Est. Vol. 2,046 Vol. 7,814 open int 24,473 614

98.45
98.05
98.05
99.40
100.10
100.50
102.05

0.45
0.27
+0.13
...
0.15
0.10
+0.05

HOGS LEAN (CME) 40,000 lbs. cents per lb.


78.87 64.20 Oct 08 9,953 67.10 67.57 66.60
79.15 58.70 Dec 08 88,594 61.20 61.70 60.55
85.45 65.75 Feb 09 34,012 66.30 66.72 65.77
92.50 71.52 Apr 09 24,727 72.00 72.42 71.72
98.50 78.30 May 09 1,066 79.07 79.25 78.50
100.25 81.02 Jun 09 16,068 81.77 82.10 81.02
98.85 80.00 Jul 09 1,747 80.50 80.90 80.00
96.00 77.00 Aug 09 1,597 77.60 77.90 77.00
94.00 71.80 Oct 09
648 72.50 72.90 71.80
90.05 71.50 Dec 09
114 71.80 71.90 71.50
Est. Vol. 1,834 Vol. 23,585 open int 178,528 95

66.97
61.12
66.55
72.35
78.60
81.80
80.30
77.00
71.80
71.50

0.90
0.78
0.50
0.60
1.47
0.95
1.17
1.17
1.67
0.30

396.90 236.50 Apr 09


606 242.25 243.25 241.75
395.25 235.40 May 09 1,998 242.50 243.50 241.60
393.60 237.30 Jun 09
585 243.00 243.50 242.25
391.95 232.00 Jul 09 1,272 232.00 243.75 232.00
383.70 237.05 Dec 09 1,710 242.55 242.60 242.00
Est. Vol. 7,597 Vol. 18,503 open int 80,365 +341

241.75
241.60
242.25
242.00
242.00

+5.10
+5.05
+5.00
+4.95
+4.95
+4.95

Oils

153.20 91.25 May 09 1,406 94.25 95.00 93.05 93.05


146.30 95.80 Jul 09
341 97.80 97.80 96.70 96.70
150.20 99.80 Sep 09
46 100.75 100.75 100.50 100.50
Est. Vol. 3,432 Vol. 3,236 open int 31,488 +144

147.81 62.60 Nov 08 188,177 87.25 89.82 84.19 86.59


148.03 54.90 Dec 08 261,043 86.62 89.28 84.22 86.62
147.56 62.90 Jan 09 60,971 87.21 89.21 84.48 86.91
146.93 65.89 Feb 09 30,229 87.50 89.32 85.00 87.19
148.12 60.15 Mar 09 30,501 87.84 89.27 85.66 87.48
148.50 65.97 Apr 09 20,737 89.18 89.50 85.53 87.78
146.69 66.00 May 09 16,754 87.72 89.02 87.51 88.10
147.50 60.40 Jun 09 64,147 88.95 90.00 86.22 88.40
147.40 66.03 Jul 09 16,592 88.48 88.71 86.50 88.71
146.39 66.03 Aug 09 10,200 88.62 89.02 88.62 89.02
145.96 66.03 Sep 09 14,664 89.38 89.38 89.28 89.33
145.79 66.02 Oct 09 8,733 89.58 89.65 89.58 89.65
145.62 64.25 Nov 09 6,135 89.88 89.97 89.88 89.97
146.73 53.70 Dec 09 96,350 90.00 91.66 88.16 90.29
144.99 27.15 Dec 10 62,353 92.50 94.08 91.20 92.93
143.00 59.85 Dec 11 24,009 93.00 93.73 92.75 93.73
142.99 59.00 Dec 12 30,103 93.75 94.03 93.27 94.03
142.70 69.09 Dec 15 13,289 93.25 94.79 93.25 94.79
145.60 85.64 Dec 16 4,527 93.75 95.75 93.75 95.07
Est. Vol. 232,746 Vol. 727,253 open int 1,092,172 +4,703

2.36
1.81
1.57
1.40
1.25
1.13
1.07
1.03
1.00
0.98
0.97
0.96
0.95
0.94
0.90
1.00
1.09
1.39
1.49

Metals

Woods And Fibers

Indexes

HI GRADE COPPER (CMX) 25,000 lbs. cents per lb. 1638.8 905.00 Mar 09 5,014 984.50 1007.9 905.00 912.90
405.40
404.75
404.50
402.00
400.00

231.00
227.55
225.60
226.55
226.40

Oct 08
Nov 08
Dec 08
Jan 09
Feb 09

1,223
1,842
49,202
1,784
1,359

242.00
229.00
240.95
243.00
243.00

245.50
243.10
243.75
243.00
243.40

231.00
227.55
225.60
234.05
238.95

242.40
242.10
240.60
241.05
241.65

+5.75
+5.40
+5.10
+5.25
+5.25

Company Earnings Reports

1648.3 906.40 Jun 09 3,174 1000.4 1007.9 906.40 912.90


1657.8 905.60 Sep 09
758 999.60 1007.1 905.60 911.80
Est. Vol. 11,430 Vol. 103,465 open int 616,521 +5,216

S&P

MINI

INDEX

(CME)

50

68.5
68.5
68.8

index

1620.0 905.50 Dec 08


3,019,876 912.75 1010.0 905.50
68.5
1540.0 906.25 Mar 09 57,099 913.25 1010.0 906.25 913.00
1441.1 968.75 Jun 09 5,100 970.50 1004.8 913.00 913.00
Est. Vol. 4,249,777 Vol. 5,318,929 open int 3,082,083 +190,117

912.50
68.4
68.4

IBDs earnings reports feature stock symbols,industry groups, percent above or S&P MIDCAP 400 (CME) 500 x index
below consensus estimates, and EPS and Relative Strength Ratings. Earnings growth 960.70 538.00 Dec 08 6,259 539.50 603.80 538.00 538.70 50.7
greater than 25%, a key characteristic of winning stocks, is boldfaced. The whole line 919.50 551.70 Mar 09 na 551.70 551.70 546.00 546.00 50.7
915.20 556.70 Jun 09
na 556.70 556.70 551.00 551.00 50.7
is boldfaced when EPS growth is more than 25%, EPS Rating more than 85, and Est. Vol. 64 Vol. 824 open int 6,259 +545
earnings are stronger than expected. Arrows indicate acceleration or deceleration in DJ INDUSTRIALS (CBOT) $10 x Dow Jones Industrial Average
earnings or sales growth compared with the prior quarter. Data reported may be 13875 8550.0 Dec 08 25,063 8614.0 9463.0 8550.0 8598.0 603.0
derived from 6-, 9- or 12-month reports. All earnings represent the current quarter. 11910 9211.0 Jun 09 na 9400.0 9400.0 8616.0 8616.0 595.0
Foreign companies are not reported. Nonrecurring items may be excluded from Est. Vol. 1,778 Vol. 6,080 open int 25,171 184
earnings per share. Unique circumstances are taken into account for many industry MINI DOW JONES (CBOT) $5 x DJIA index
groups. Sales may not apply for certain industries. Real estate investment trusts may 13875 8539.0 Dec 08 102,556 8594.0 9468.0 8539.0 8652.0 495.0
13084 8576.0 Mar 09 525 9201.0 9476.0 8576.0 8611.0 595.0
reflect EPS or funds from operations.
11865 9211.0 Jun 09

Company Name

Symbol Industry

Curr
Closing Qtr
Price Erns

2258.0 1281.5 Mar 09


16 1281.5 1281.5 1276.5 1276.5
2091.0 1284.5 Jun 09
5 1284.5 1284.5 1279.5 1279.5
Est. Vol. 620 Vol. 5,596 open int 23,218 +878

MINI

Cardiodynamics Intl
IBM
Intl Speedway Corp
Material Sciences
R P M Intl Inc
Richardson Electrnc

CDIC
IBM
ISCA
MSC
RPM
RELL

Medical-Systems/Eqp
Cmpter-Tech Srvcs
Leisure-Services
Metal Proc & Fabrica
Bldg-Paint & Allied
Elec-Misc Products

1.07 0.06 vs0.19


89.00 2.05 vs 1.68
29.67 0.73 vs 0.53
3.55r0.09 vs 0.12
14.85 0.54 vs 0.53
4.54 r0.19 vs0.02

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16
68
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33
71
67
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59
84

NASDAQ

index
48.0
50.0
50.0

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ITRA
KED
LRP
RMCF
SABA
TTO
TSS

Retail-Restaurants
Internet-Software
Fnce-Invsmnt Mgt
Medical-Biomed/Bth
Food-Confectionery
Cmptr Sftwr-Edu
Fnce-Invsmnt Mgt
Fnancial Srvcs-Misc

1.05 1.86 vs0.17


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3.16 0.02 vs 0.02
..
11.16 0.06 vs 0.10
..
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6.68 0.14 vs 0.20 30.0
2.19 0.01 vs0.01
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6.84 0.03 vs0.01
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13.75 0.33 vs 0.35 5.7

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3.4
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17
54
22
20
38
41
34
36

2000

INDE

(CME)

(CME)

$20

48.0
50.0
50.0

RUSSELL

100

index

2355.0 1262.5 Dec 08 380,479 1273.0 1373.0 1262.5 1272.0


2258.0 1269.0 Mar 09 381 1277.8 1377.5 1269.0 1276.5
2091.0 1320.8 Jun 09
na 1320.8 1320.8 1279.5 1279.5
Est. Vol. Vol. 721,110 open int 380,860 485

500

index

812.40 486.70 Dec 08 11,991 556.65 716.80 486.70 716.80


Est. Vol. 72 Vol. open int 620 10

RUSSELL

8 Downs
Diedrich
Intraware Inc
Kayne Andrsn En Dv
Lorus Therapeutics
Rocky Mt Chocolate
Saba Software
Tortoise Cap Res
Total Sys Svc

510 9236.0 9236.0 8616.0 8616.0 595.0

Prior
Under
Sales
Rel Est. Vol. 481,406 Vol. 425,989 open int 102,952 +5,177
Yrs Qtr EPS /Over Sales % EPS Str NASDAQ 100 INDEX (CME) $100 x
Erns %Chg Est % (Mil) Chg Rtg Rtg 2355.0 1263.0 Dec 08 23,197 1277.3 1372.0 1263.0 1272.0

6 Ups

1000

index

835.60 493.15 Dec 08 2,976 546.50 546.50 492.60 492.60


Est. Vol. 849 Vol. open int 2,976 +53

38.6

225

Mini

(NYBT)

AVGS.

(CME)

$50

...

NIKKEI

$5

nsa

15710 8620.0 Dec 08 65,199 9300.0 9410.0 8615.0 8615.0 570.0


14700 8725.0 Mar 09
3 8725.0 8725.0 8670.0 8670.0 555.0
14390 8725.0 Jun 09
na 8725.0 8725.0 8670.0 8670.0 555.0
Est. Vol. 25,079 Vol. 41,863 open int 65,202 +1,956

Financials
US TREASURY BONDS (CBOT) $100,000 prin pts & 32nds
of
100
pct
123-27 109-00 Dec 08 807,828 117-05 119-01 116-13 116-16 125
122-20 109-22 Mar 09 1,598 115-25 116-26 115-11 115-11 124
Est. Vol. 545,120 Vol. 474,157 open int 809,448 +17,625

10 YEAR TREASURY (CBOT) $100,000 prinpts & 32nds & a half 32nd

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119-11 107-22 Dec 08


1,435,479 113-30 115-13 113-16 113-17
113
Est. Vol. 1,909,549 Vol. 1,375,942 open int 1,435,624 20,923

5 YEAR TREASURY (CBOT) $100,000 prinpts & 32nds & a half 32nd
115-00 106-04 Dec 08
1,394,494 112-19 113-22 112-17 112-17
26
Est. Vol. 931,953 Vol. 823,736 open int 1,394,494 49,355

2YR.TREASURYNOTES(CBOT)$200,000prinpts &32nds& aquarter


32nd
108-04 102-32 Dec 08 741,659 107-01 107-15 106-32 107-00 0.00000
Est. Vol. 450,922 Vol. 399,748 open int 741,659 6,648

EURODOLLARS (IMM) $1 millionpts of 100 pct.


97.29
97.31
98.27
0.08
98.19
0.20
98.00
0.215
97.89
97.69
97.58
97.30
96.95

96.75 94.11 Dec 10 210,774 96.07 96.07 95.73 95.74


96.61 94.09 Mar 11 173,916 95.90 95.90 95.58 95.61
96.47 94.06 Jun 11 172,929 95.75 95.75 95.43 95.47
96.31 92.75 Sep 11 132,290 95.65 95.65 95.33 95.38
96.19 93.99 Dec 11 106,803 95.49 95.50 95.28 95.30
96.08 93.97 Mar 12 102,761 95.50 95.50 95.28 95.29
96.00 93.94 Jun 12 75,052 95.42 95.42 95.16 95.22
95.96 93.92 Sep 12 57,062 95.37 95.37 95.13 95.16
95.90 93.89 Dec 12 61,265 95.25 95.25 95.05 95.05
95.86 92.73 Mar 13 47,031 95.22 95.22 95.00 95.02
95.81 92.67 Jun 13 30,112 95.12 95.12 94.92 94.95
95.75 93.81 Sep 13 16,554 95.07 95.07 94.88 94.89
95.67 92.80 Dec 13 13,228 94.91 94.91 94.79 94.79
95.62 93.86 Mar 14 16,123 94.85 94.86 94.75 94.75
95.58 93.13 Jun 14 8,146 94.79 94.79 94.69 94.69
95.52 93.81 Sep 14 7,979 94.75 94.75 94.65 94.65
95.44 93.78 Dec 14 14,294 94.72 94.72 94.56 94.56
95.11 94.53 Mar 15 17,352 94.69 94.69 94.53 94.53
95.35 93.74 Jun 15 4,638 94.49 94.53 94.48 94.48
95.31 93.72 Sep 15 2,998 94.45 94.50 94.44 94.45
95.23 93.57 Mar 16 3,416 94.42 94.42 94.36 94.38
Est. Vol. 1,757,483 Vol. 2,649,574 open int 8,228,652 +32,008

US

LIGHT SWEET CRUDE (NYM) 1,000 bbl. dollars per bbl.

1.50
1.60
1.40
1.40
1.25 NATURAL GAS (NYM) 10,000 mm btu's, $ per mm btu
1.00 14.00 6.510 Nov 08 103,661 6.825 6.886 6.622 6.825 +0.083
14.36 4.108 Dec 08 71,659 7.120 7.214 6.980 7.156 +0.082
SUGAR 14 (NYBT) 112,000 lbs. cents per lb. 14.55 7.140 Jan 09 92,184 7.415 7.516 7.286 7.458 +0.076
23.43 20.50 Jan 09 2,557 21.70 21.80 21.70 21.79 0.10 14.46 7.216 Feb 09 41,230 7.518 7.533 7.362 7.526 +0.077
23.43 20.75 Mar 09 2,362 21.85 21.95 21.81 21.88
... 14.17 7.154 Mar 09 74,868 7.383 7.450 7.262 7.428 +0.074
23.42 20.95 May 09 1,073 22.00 22.00 21.80 21.80 0.08 12.00 6.930 Apr 09 68,015 7.286 7.319 7.150 7.303 +0.059
11.82 6.490 May 09 48,046 7.347 7.363 7.220 7.363 +0.052
Est. Vol. 14 Vol. 367 open int 7,889 +195
SUGARWORLD 11 (NYBT) 112,000 lbs. cents per lb. 11.87 6.720 Jun 09 20,353 7.470 7.490 7.360 7.486 +0.053
15.85 9.890 Mar 09 315,596 12.00 12.30 11.83 11.83 0.25 11.98 6.960 Jul 09 19,989 7.600 7.620 7.470 7.618 +0.053
17.10 9.940 May 09 94,718 12.21 12.50 12.02 12.03 0.19 12.04 6.900 Aug 09 18,991 7.689 7.711 7.570 7.711 +0.049
15.99 9.970 Jul 09 103,871 12.22 12.52 12.07 12.08 0.16 12.06 7.050 Sep 09 17,208 7.704 7.749 7.632 7.743 +0.049
16.17 11.10 Oct 09 66,147 12.65 12.91 12.46 12.47 0.19 12.12 7.115 Oct 09 32,550 7.796 7.825 7.704 7.823 +0.049
16.49 12.69 Mar 10 44,921 13.05 13.34 12.90 12.90 0.25 12.40 7.350 Nov 09 17,358 8.100 8.139 8.034 8.133 +0.039
16.21 12.68 Jul 10 10,116 13.00 13.20 12.91 12.91 0.09 12.75 7.570 Dec 09 25,518 8.475 8.493 8.360 8.493 +0.034
16.31 12.70 Oct 10 9,269 13.15 13.27 12.91 12.91 0.14 Est. Vol. 82,520 Vol. 191,253 open int 877,012 +223,402
16.77 12.74 Mar 11 12,355 13.23 13.35 12.93 12.93 0.20 HEATING OIL (NYM) 42,000 gal, cents per gal
425.00 212.28 Nov 08 44,978 244.50 249.62 235.98 241.86 7.59
Est. Vol. 58,708 Vol. 98,470 open int 673,293 4,398
428.15 213.75 Dec 08 34,639 245.25 266.75 239.05 245.06 7.39
428.00 215.28 Jan 09 27,240 251.46 254.27 243.40 248.76 7.14
428.60 214.68 Feb 09 13,405 253.50 258.25 246.30 251.51 6.74
GOLD (CMX) 100 troy oz. dollars per troy oz. 428.50 211.88 Mar 09 11,635 254.92 257.34 247.70 252.91 6.29
1034.3 684.40 Oct 08
313 886.50 919.70 883.00 883.10 20.0 425.00 207.43 Apr 09 5,342 254.00 256.96 248.50 253.26 5.54
925.00 743.50 Nov 08 321 886.60 925.00 881.10 883.80 20.0 421.25 202.98 May 09 5,559 253.76 254.90 248.97 253.31 5.04
1048.0 497.00 Dec 08 203,870 887.80 929.00 882.90 886.50 20.0 414.25 200.68 Jun 09 21,012 255.65 257.50 250.46 253.91 4.54
1045.0 743.90 Feb 09 17,114 893.00 932.00 889.70 890.20 20.3 413.25 200.78 Jul 09 3,155 256.00 256.75 250.94 255.26 4.44
1050.0 749.80 Apr 09 18,525 899.20 925.90 893.30 893.30 20.4 413.75 201.68 Aug 09 2,441 257.00 258.20 253.00 257.11 4.34
1035.0 508.00 Jun 09 19,276 896.20 930.40 895.90 896.20 20.5 414.80 202.98 Sep 09 3,186 257.50 261.00 256.00 259.46 4.24
1060.0 522.40 Dec 09 13,730 940.20 945.00 904.50 904.50 20.6 436.25 208.18 Dec 09 13,292 266.00 266.98 261.00 265.61 4.14
Est. Vol. 73,935 Vol. 186,241 open int 321,021 8,459
419.35 209.48 Jan 10 1,071 264.75 269.00 262.50 267.46 4.14
MINI GOLD (CBOT) 33.2 troy oz. dollars per troy oz. 418.50 270.00 Feb 10 1,927 270.56 271.50 268.76 268.76 4.14
1041.3 734.00 Oct 08
34 890.20 915.70 881.40 882.40 20.7 Est. Vol. 37,079 Vol. 82,327 open int 207,696 743
922.90 741.00 Nov 08 121 884.00 922.90 883.40 919.50 +15.0 NY HARBOR GAS BLEND (NYM) 42,000 gallons dollars per gallon
1046.0 736.50 Dec 08 3,530 887.50 928.40 882.70 917.30 +7.60 3.545 1.9482 Nov 08 53,965 2.031 2.069 1.9610 2.027 0.0025
1021.9 743.80 Feb 09
285 890.00 926.50 889.30 926.50 +12.8 3.545 1.9274 Dec 08 37,031 2.041 2.079 1.9750 2.042 0.0076
1040.0 759.70 Dec 09
25 910.00 910.00 904.50 904.50 20.6 3.556 1.9339 Jan 09 19,196 2.063 2.088 2.020 2.067 0.009
Est. Vol. 5,241 Vol. open int 4,056 151
3.753 2.084 Apr 09 10,316 2.299 2.299 2.260 2.279 0.017
PLATINUM (NYM) 50 troy oz. dollars per troy oz. Est. Vol. 32,240 Vol. 92,267 open int 160,961 2,280
2288.0 948.70 Oct 08
406 1013.5 1035.2 1012.9 1035.2 +31.6
2180.0 940.00 Jan 09 14,478 1038.8 1049.9 998.50 1043.7 +31.6
1547.5 950.00 Apr 09
204 1044.8 1050.8 1036.0 1049.5 +31.6
LUMBER (CME) 110,000 bd. ft. $ per 1,000 bd. ft.
Est. Vol. 1,231 Vol. 1,579 open int 15,088 +238
PALLADIUM (NYM) 100 troy oz dollars per oz 314.60 183.70 Nov 08 4,584 187.60 194.10 186.00 188.20 +2.30
608.75 194.00 Dec 08 14,359 205.50 207.70 200.00 204.70 +5.00 298.00 198.10 Jan 09 4,533 201.10 208.40 200.10 207.00 +7.60
528.00 199.00 Mar 09 292 206.15 209.10 204.00 207.20 +5.00 305.00 212.10 Mar 09 601 213.00 219.90 212.10 219.40 +5.00
303.50 223.50 May 09 171 230.00 235.70 224.20 235.70 +5.90
Est. Vol. 582 Vol. 565 open int 14,651 +29
55 232.60 232.60 230.50 230.50 +3.50
SILVER (CMX) 5,000 troy oz. cents per troy oz. 298.50 225.10 Sep 09
1784.1 1031.0 Oct 08
159 1165.0 1192.0 1165.0 1182.0 +10.3 Est. Vol. Vol. 1,119 open int 9,991 220
1356.0 1030.0 Nov 08
36 1165.5 1184.7 1159.0 1184.7 +10.3 COTTON 2 (NYBT) 50,000 lbs. cents per lb.
2155.0 758.00 Dec 08 59,713 1184.0 1219.5 1152.0 1187.5 +10.3 81.53 52.00 Dec 08 112,302 53.85 54.44 52.05 52.44 1.46
2121.0 1050.0 Jan 09 1,420 1213.5 1214.0 1190.4 1190.4 +10.3 86.81 56.50 Mar 09 38,674 58.27 58.80 56.50 56.87 1.33
2122.5 1045.0 Mar 09 12,465 1190.0 1226.0 1176.0 1196.0 +10.3 88.38 58.28 May 09 7,353 59.95 59.95 58.28 58.56 1.39
2170.0 750.00 Jul 09 6,485 1212.0 1212.0 1196.0 1204.4 +10.5 89.56 60.15 Jul 09 11,227 61.98 62.09 60.30 60.57 0.90
2200.0 795.00 Dec 09 4,688 1207.0 1233.5 1201.0 1214.7 +10.7 101.50 63.55 Dec 09 9,794 65.35 65.75 64.30 64.47 0.73
75 68.10 68.10 67.75 67.97 +0.03
2227.5 1143.4 Dec 11
301 1263.5 1288.0 1263.5 1285.8 +15.3 100.50 67.75 Mar 10
101.00 69.00 May 10
41 69.25 69.25 69.00 69.14 0.05
Est. Vol. 10,401 Vol. 24,336 open int 99,860 23
MINI SILVER (CBOT) 1,000 oz. cents per oz. 101.72 69.70 Jul 10 1,330 70.10 70.10 69.70 69.87 0.07
779 73.00 73.00 72.75 72.76 +0.07
1366.7 1049.3 Nov 08
68 1213.1 1213.1 1184.7 1184.7 +8.80 101.72 72.69 Dec 10
2150.3 1027.0 Dec 08 3,289 1183.5 1216.5 1152.0 1215.8 +39.3 Est. Vol. 8,721 Vol. 19,727 open int 181,718 3,767
2109.6 1056.3 Jan 09
73 1211.9 1215.6 1200.0 1207.2 +25.3
2115.6 1042.0 Mar 09 309 1217.0 1217.4 1165.0 1196.0 +9.10
2146.1 1057.5 Dec 09
126 1201.0 1215.0 1201.0 1214.7 +10.7 S&P COMP. INDEX (CME) 250 x index
Est. Vol. 1,741 Vol. open int 3,977 +55
1629.3 906.00 Dec 08 607,575 907.50 1009.5 906.00 912.50 68.5

SOYBEAN MEAL (CBOT) 100 tons dollars per ton 153.20 85.30 Mar 09 5,029 91.50 91.50 89.00 89.25
433.60 227.10 Oct 08 1,846 272.90 273.90 262.50
431.90 246.00 Dec 08 82,856 277.60 279.20 266.50
433.00 247.50 Jan 09 14,200 280.50 281.70 270.00
434.00 246.50 Mar 09 15,188 285.40 286.60 274.50
434.00 246.50 May 09 10,316 288.80 289.90 278.00
435.50 246.50 Jul 09 13,837 291.60 292.70 280.00
431.50 263.00 Aug 09 3,426 293.30 294.50 283.50
426.40 262.50 Sep 09 2,607 291.70 294.20 283.00
407.90 246.50 Oct 09 1,325 286.50 288.50 282.00
400.00 231.30 Dec 09 7,024 287.90 289.30 280.50
Est. Vol. 77,448 Vol. 51,978 open int 152,757 634

Open
Interest Open High Low Close Chg.

PORK BELLIES (CME) 40,000 lbs. cents per lb. 398.55 228.80 Mar 09 15,555 241.00 244.20 228.80 241.20

95.28 Oct 08 166,994 95.63 95.64 95.28 95.36 0.292


96.13 Nov 08 57,378 96.40 96.47 96.13 96.36 0.175
91.57 Dec 08
1,649,257 97.06 97.19 96.82 97.06
91.58 Mar 09

1,289,545 97.69 97.75 97.52

97.55

91.53 Jun 09

1,010,129 97.72 97.75 97.52

97.53

94.28
91.40
94.23
92.25
92.22

Sep 09
Dec 09
Mar 10
Jun 10
Sep 10

907,338
747,121
519,410
318,553
274,019

97.61
97.34
97.14
96.79
96.45

97.64
97.34
97.14
96.81
96.47

97.37
97.01
96.77
96.42
96.08

97.38
97.04
96.80
96.44
96.09

0.245
0.265
0.30
0.32
0.315

INVESTORS.COM

Open
Interest Open High Low Close Chg.

DOLLAR

INDEX

(NYBT)

1000

0.30
0.27
0.255
0.25
0.24
0.235
0.23
0.225
0.22
0.215
0.21
0.205
0.195
0.19
0.185
0.18
0.175
0.17
0.165
0.16
0.15

index

82.03 72.08 Dec 08 43,966 81.25 81.66 80.65 81.63 +0.67


82.30 72.50 Mar 09 2,233 81.63 81.96 80.90 81.96 +0.66
Est. Vol. 1,424 Vol. 5,465 open int 46,374 +1,202

AUSTRALIAN DOLLAR (IMM) 100,000 dollars, $ per A $


0.9652 0.6448 Dec 08 52,498 0.6689 0.7124 0.6641 0.6984 +0.0229
0.9523 0.6450 Mar 09 752 0.6700 0.7090 0.6636 0.6954 +0.0250
Est. Vol. 62,288 Vol. 54,202 open int 53,285 954

BRITISH POUND (IMM) 62,500 pounds, $ per pound


2.083 1.7096 Dec 08 95,516 1.7291 1.7399 1.7061 1.7199 0.0105
2.077 1.7041 Mar 09 1,495 1.7201 1.7333 1.7041 1.7149 0.0105
1.9849 1.7007 Jun 09
885 1.7106 1.7249 1.7007 1.7084 0.0105
Est. Vol. 60,152 Vol. 82,388 open int 97,901 2,747

CANADIAN DOLLAR (IMM) 100,000 dollars, $ per Cdn. dlr


1.0999 0.8709 Dec 08 90,012 0.8909 0.8979 0.8709
1.0927 0.8739 Mar 09 3,263 0.8960 0.8996 0.8739
1.0173 0.8746 Jun 09 1,546 0.8927 0.8982 0.8746
1.0144 0.8787 Sep 09 1,637 0.8928 0.8929 0.8787
0.9965 0.8770 Dec 09
388 0.8885 0.8885 0.8770
Est. Vol. 37,309 Vol. 35,705 open int 96,850 +2,390

0.8768
0.8789
0.8796
0.8797
0.8798

0.0165
0.0169
0.0169
0.0162
0.0162

MEXICAN PESO (IMM) 500,000 pesos, $ per peso


0.0993 0.0685 Dec 08 49,752 0.0813 0.0828 0.0750 0.0790 +0.00204
0.0983 0.0792 Mar 09 405 0.0792 0.0803 0.0782 0.0782 +0.00204
Est. Vol. 6,564 Vol. 23,022 open int 50,173 395

JAPANESE YEN (IMM) 12.5 million yen, $ per 100 yen


1.0465 0.8604 Dec 08 150,606 1.0165 1.0175 0.9930
1.0385 0.8961 Mar 09 1,302 1.0085 1.0208 1.0014
1.0412 0.9158 Jun 09 3,448 1.0138 1.0253 1.0101
1.0262 0.9345 Dec 09
6 1.0230 1.0240 1.0230
Est. Vol. 120,988 Vol. 186,555 open int 155,362 1,622

1.0026
1.0111
1.0158
1.0240

0.0022
0.0022
0.0022
0.0022

SWISS FRANC (IMM) 125,000 francs, $ per franc


1.0159 0.8308 Dec 08 39,126 0.8920 0.8952 0.8851
1.0111 0.8666 Mar 09 405 0.8987 0.8987 0.8882
1.0103 0.8768 Jun 09
294 0.8960 0.8977 0.8922
1.0067 0.8773 Sep 09
2 0.8959 0.8959 0.8939
Est. Vol. 35,387 Vol. 68,137 open int 39,831 +743

0.8892
0.8915
0.8928
0.8939

EURO

per

125,000

Euros,

0.0033
0.0033
0.0033
0.0033

Euro

1.5911 1.3461 Dec 08 153,601 1.3676 1.3835 1.3615 1.3690 0.0028


1.5816 1.3442 Mar 09 21,524 1.3607 1.3821 1.3607 1.3689 0.0022
1.5740 1.3409 Jun 09
389 1.3657 1.3769 1.3618 1.3670 0.0016
Est. Vol. 125,793 Vol. 216,049 open int 175,751 4,067

30 DAY FEDERAL FUNDS (CBOT) $5 million pts. of 100 pct.


98.70 95.64 Oct 08 104,733 98.54 98.55 98.50
98.81 95.64 Nov 08 129,449 98.72 98.81 98.69
98.85 95.64 Dec 08 79,695 98.76 98.85 98.74
98.88 95.64 Jan 09 57,756 98.80 98.88 98.78
98.88 95.64 Feb 09 68,367 98.77 98.88 98.75
98.86 95.64 Mar 09 30,975 98.74 98.86 98.72
98.81 95.64 Apr 09 22,593 98.69 98.80 98.66
98.78 95.64 May 09 22,314 98.58 98.69 98.56
98.75 95.64 Jun 09 6,061 98.56 98.66 98.53
Est. Vol. 238,871 Vol. 169,942 open int 532,317 1,625

98.53
98.72
98.77
98.81
98.78
98.76
98.70
98.59
98.56

As Wall Street Plunges, Crude Closes


Near $84, Extends Losses After Hours
BY REUTERS

U.S. crude futures extended losses


in post-settlement trading Thursday, hitting the lowest level in almost 12 months as Wall Street
stocks tumbled on fears that
U.S.-led coordinated central bank
actions might not ward off a global
recession.
Highercrude oil supplies also pressured prices, along with worries
about demand for oil in a weakening
economy.
OPEC announced that it would
meet on Nov. 18 to discuss the impact of the global financial crisis on
the oil market, confirming reports
on Wednesday.
Wednesdays weekly inventory
data from the U.S. Energy Information Administration showed crude
oil and gasoline stocks rising sharply. Demand was well below yearago levels.
The weakness in the equity markets is all intertwined with the energy markets, with crude oil futures
hitting new session lows here as
traders weigh the implications of
further weakening of demand for
oil, said Jim Ritterbusch, president
of Ritterbusch & Associates.
On the New York Mercantile Exchange, November crude settled
down $2.36, or 2.65%, at $86.59 a
barrel, after trading from $85.32 to
$89.82.
After-hours trading extended the
days low to $84.19, down $4.76, or

OatsNo. 2 heavyorBetter
Cornoilcrude wet/drymill Chi.lb.
SoybeanoilcrudeDecatur lb.

Spot Prices

+0.035
+0.02 Food
+0.0050
0.0050
0.025
0.035 FlourhardwinterKC cwt
0.05 Coffeeparanaexdock NYperlb.
0.075
Coffee medlinexdock NY perlb.
0.08

Cocoabeans IvoryCoast$metricton
Cocoabutter Africanstyl$met ton
SugarNo. 11 cents perlb
Futures Tables & Charts Footnotes:
HogsSiouxFalls4750 pct 220270 lb
CBOT: Chicago Board of Trade. CME: Chicago Mercantile Exchange. Feedercattle500600 lbOkl avcwt
CMX: Comex division of Nymex. IMM: International Monetary Porkbellies1214 lbMidwest avcwt

Thu
10/09
15.55
1.1322
1.2980
2675
6400
13.37
47.00
113.69
n.q.

Wed
10/08
15.55
1.1322
1.2980
2687
6433
13.28
48.00
113.69
n.q.

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

4.19
9.30
259.30
4.04
7.26
5.72

4.08
9.09
259.30
4.08
7.14
5.63

Grains
CornNo. 2 yellowChi processorbid
SoybeansNo. 1 yellow
SoybeanMealCenIll 48pctproteinton
WheatNo. 2 Chi soft
WheatN.1 dk 14pcproMpls.
WheatNo. 1 hard KC.

Key Commodity Futures

5.35% on the day, which was the


lowest level since prices struck
$83.50 on Oct. 15, 2007.
In London, November Brent
crude settled at $82.66 a barrel,
down $1.70, after trading from
$82.15 to $85.07.
Post-settlement, Brent extended
the days low to $80.40, the lowest
since $80 was hit on Oct. 15, 2007.
Nymex November RBOB gasoline ended off 0.25 cent, or 0.12%, at
$2.0273 a gallon, trading from
$1.9957 to $2.0690. It later fell to a
low of $1.9610, the lowest since Oct.
2, 2007.
Nymex November heating oil settled 7.59 cents, or 3.04%, lower at
$2.4186 a gallon, trading from $2.41
to $2.4962. It later deepened losses,
hitting the days low at $2.3598, the
lowest since $2.3465 was hit on Oct.
25, 2007.
The heating oil crack spread stood
at $15.50, and the RBOB crack
spread remained in negative territory at minus $2.18.
U.S. crude oil production in the
Gulf of Mexico inched up, with
43.4% of output shut in vs. 43.5% on
Wednesday, as companies continued to restore operations after Hurricane Ike, the government said.
Mexicos state oil company,
Pemex, said it had restored oil production to normal levels, reversing
a cut of 250,000 barrels per day
after U.S. refineries damaged by
Hurricane Ike deferred or canceled
imports of Mexican crude.
n.q.
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1.0500
2.4240

1.0275
2.5995

886.75
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11.930
1008.00
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379.40

off16.75
off20.00
off20.00
off20.04
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11.325
1015.00
1003.60
379.40

48.03

49.20

Metals
AluminumperlbN.Y. Merc Spot
CopperCathodefull plate

Gold
Londonmorningfixing
Londonafternoon fixing
NYHandy & Harman
NYEngelhard
NYMerc. spotmonth
SilverHandy & Harman
Platinumpertroyoz. NY(contract)
PlatinumMerc spotper troyoz.
Steelscrap No. 1 heavygrosston

Textiles & Fibers


Cotton1116in. strict low middling

Raw Products
NaturalGasHenry Hub, $permmbtu
6.69
aAsked,bBid,nNormal,rRevised,nqNotQuoted,n.a.NotAvailable.

6.61

FUTURES & BONDS

INVESTOR'S BUSINESS DAILY

Bonds Tumble As Looming Supply Fears


Trump Panicked Selling On Stock Market
BY REUTERS

Treasuries dropped rapidly Thursday despite panicked selling in the


stock market, as traders feared a
looming swath of new government
bond issuance would weigh on the
market.
Dealers were worried that the
Treasurys$700 billion bailoutpackage will be funded largely through
more debt, putting pressure on historically low yields.
Such concerns were largely obscuring what would normally be a
brutal, and bond-boosting, stock
market plunge. On Thursday alone,
the Dow Jones industrial average
closed below 9,000 for the first time
since June 2003. The S&P 500 is
down nearly 40% from peaks hit
last year.
The benchmark 10-year note
yielded 3.76%, up 10 basis points on
the day.
The gap between two-year and
10-year yields grew from 209 basis
points to 223, the widest in more
than four years and a market signal
of a rapidly cooling economy.
Supply is definitely a factor here,
said David Coard, head of fixed-income sales and trading at Williams
Capital Group in New York. The
Treasuryauctioned a total of $40 billion on Wednesday and Thursday.
Bill rates did pull back a bit as the
dumping of stocks accelerated toward the end of the trading session.
Three-month bills were yielding a
paltry 0.50%.
Until recently, Treasuries had benefited strongly from the worsening
credit crisis and associated downturn in economic activity. The combination pushed benchmark yields,
which move opposite to price, to
their lowest in more than five years.

But this week the tide appears to


have turned, due to a growing realization that an increasing number
of rescue packages will have to be
funded somehow.
This means a rather frantic debt
auction schedule in the months
ahead, and potentiallya dose of inflation down the line neither beneficial to bonds.

This has be considered inflationary down theroad, saidSteve Point,


lead portfolio manager at Glenmede
Investment Management.
There was one caveat to the drop
in bond prices: the economic situation is bad, and likely to get worse.
Treasuries briefly pared losses after
data showed yet another spike in
continued jobless claims.

Bonds Summary

Issues traded
Advances
Declines
Unchanged

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Federal Funds Target Rate: ...................................................1.50 London Interbank Offered Rate:


Rates on overnight loans among financial institutions.
3 months ...................................................................................... 4.52
6 months ...................................................................................... 4.11
1 year ............................................................................................ 3.99
1 months.......................................................................................1.99 The average of rates paid on dollar deposits.
3 months.......................................................................................2.62
6 months.......................................................................................3.16 Treasury Bill Auction Results:
Discount Rate:
1 year ............................................................................................3.64 3-months (as of Oct. 6) ........................................................0.460
Primary .............................................................................................1.75 Interest rate paid by dealers for certificates of deposit based
6-months (as of Oct. 6) ........................................................1.100
Secondary ..........................................................................................2.25 on the duration of the security.
Average discount rate for Treasury bills in minimum units on
Rate charged by Federal Reserve System on loans to depository
$10,000.
institutions
Jumbo CDs:
1 month ........................................................................................1.98 Treasury Bill:
Broker Call Loan Rate: ....................................................3.25 3 months.......................................................................................2.77 1-year, (as of Oct. 6) ................................................................1.59
6 months.......................................................................................3.19 Annualized rate on weekly average basis, yield adjusted for
Rate charged on short-term loans to brokerage dealers
backed by securities.
1 year ............................................................................................3.70 constant maturity.

Money Rates

Prime Rate: .........................................................................4.50 Certificates of Deposit:


Base interest rate charged by major U.S. commercial banks
on loans to corporations.

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INVESTORS.COM

INVESTOR EDUCATION
IBDS 20 RULES FOR INVESTMENT SUCCESS

INVESTORS CORNER

Cash Flow Also An Important Financial Gauge


BY PATRICK CAIN
INVESTOR'S BUSINESS DAILY

Just studying a companys earnings


and revenue can sometimes lead
you astray.
What about depreciation or other
factors that greatly influence a companys results?
Thats why its also important to
check out operating cash flow.
This element basically measures
the amount of cash a company is
bringing in and paying out for dayto-day operations. As such, it gives a
more accurate picture of financial
health than earnings or sales, which
can be manipulated.
The rule of thumb is that growth
stocks should have annual operating cash flow per share at least 20%
greater than annual earnings per
share. Thats been a distinction of
many winning stocks before they
made their major price advances.
Some industries generate more
cash than others. Its generally good
to focus on stocks at the top of the
range among their peers.
Earnings may be strong, but cash
flowwill help expose flaws in a companys financials.
Daily Graphs Online, a sister product of IBD, offers operating cashflow data .
Look at former leader Research
In MotionRIMM.
Since 2004 the stocks cash-flowto-earnings ratios were 1.56 in fiscal
2004, 1.21 in 2005, 1.59 in 2006 and
1.24 in 2007. Then came this year.
In fiscal 2008, ended in February,
the maker of the BlackBerry smart
phone saw cash flow just 16% higher than EPS, or 1.16.
From the stocks late 2007 high,
shares have tumbled more than
60%. Of course, weaker cash flow
wasnt the only concern facing
RIM. A broad market slide has battered growth stocks this year.

150

Chicago Mercantile
Research
In MotionExchange
RIMM

Telecom-Wireless Equip

These rules arent based on our personal opinion or those of Wall


Streets experts. IBD built detailed models of all the most successful
stocks every year from 1880 to 2005. We analyzed their common characteristics, what factors existed before these very best companies had
huge advances and how these factors changed when the stocks topped.
So these rules represent how the market actually works. If you ignore
them and rely instead on personal opinions, feelings or emotions, you
are potentially arguing with how the market has functioned for 50 years
and you will likely make more costly mistakes.

If all 20 fact-based rules are carefully followed (not just the ones you
like), your investment results can materially improve:
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Consider buying stocks with each


of the last three years earnings
up 25%+, return on equity of 17%+
and recent earnings and sales
accelerating.

50

RS
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D-

2
3
4

Recent quarterly earnings and


sales should be up 25% or more.
Avoid cheap stocks. Buy stocks
selling for $15 to $100 or more.

Learn how to use charts to see


sound bases and exact buy
points. Confine buys to these points
as stocks break out on big volume
increases.

Cut every loss when its 8%


below your cost. Make no
exceptions so youll avoid any
possible huge, damaging losses.
Never average down in price.

Daily Graphs available at investors.com/DGO/IC

Volume

100,000,000

40,000,000

Jun 06 Sep

Dec

EPS Rating
99
Group RS
67
SMR Rating
A
Acc/Dis
DComposite
70
Timeliness Rating C
Cash Flow
$2.60
P/E Ratio 19 (1.6xSP)
Return On Equity 40
Debt
0

Mar 07 Jun

Quarter
Sep 07
Dec 07
Mar 08
Jun 08

EPS
0.63
0.72
0.84
0.86

Year (Dec)
2007
2008
2009e
2010e

EPS % Chg
1.10 33
2.24 104
3.62 62
4.91 36

Sep

Dec

% Chg Sales ($ mil) % Chg


103% 1672.5 100%
118 1882.7 102
115 2242.6 107
72 2577.3 88
Top RS in group
IDCC 90 %
QCOM 88
CMTL 87
VSAT 72

Sep

Mar 08 Jun

Ownership
Mgmt
Banks
Funds
No. of funds
Sep 07
Dec 07
Mar 08
Jun 08

8.1 mil

14%
4%
21%

50-day avg vol

248,537

Off 52-wk high

-58.6

429
481
504
520

Market cap

52-wk
high-low

Follow selling rules on when to


sell and take profit on the way
up. Review When to Sell and Take
a Profit in How to Make Money in
Stocks.

Buy when market indexes are in


an uptrend. Reduce investments
and raise cash when general market
indexes show five days of increased
volume distribution.

Dec

Todays Volume

148.13
52.5
$34.7 bil

Shares in float 486,330,000


IPO

n/a

Read IBDs Investors Corner and


Big Picture columns to learn
how to recognize important tops
and bottoms in market indexes.

Buy stocks with a Composite


Rating of 90 or more and a
Relative Price Strength Rating of 85
or higher in the IBD SmartSelect
Corporate Ratings.

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Pick companies with management ownership of stock.

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Buy mostly in the top six broad


industry sectors in IBDs New
Highs List.
Select stocks with increasing
institutional sponsorship in
recent quarters.
Current quarterly after-tax
profit margins should be
improving, near their peak and
among the best in the stocks industry.
Dont buy because of dividends or P-E ratios. Read a
story on the company. Buy the No. 1
company in an industry in earnings
and sales growth, ROE, profit
margins and product quality.
Pick companies with a superior
new product or service.
Invest mainly in entrepreneurial New America companies.
Pay close attention to those with an
IPO in the past eight years.
Check into companies buying
back 5% to 10% of their stock
and those with new management
(what is managements
background?).
Dont try to bottom guess or
buy on the way down. Never
argue with the market. Forget your
pride and ego.
Find out if the market currently favors big-cap or small-cap
stocks.
Do a post-analysis of all your
buys and sells. Post on charts
where you bought and sold.
Evaluate and develop rules to
correct your major mistakes. Its
what you learn after you think you
know what youre doing thats vital.
Thats how to improve your results.

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