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OTC Stocks Showing Strong Interest at the Open BLOAQ, SRGE, LBSR, GNBT, ACTC

Filed in BP, Gold Investing, o by on December 14, 2010 0 Comments

OTC Penny Stocks Volume Movers at Open BLOAQ, SRGE, LBSR, GNBT, ACTC as an upbeat report on retail sales is giving stocks a lift. Dec 14, 2010 Boca Raton, FL–TheStockwizards.net analyzes the most notable explosive OTC, OTCBB, NASDAQ,  NYSE Micro Cap Penny Stocks such as  BLOAQ with huge volume and positive change. The most active

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Stocks Rebound Intraday as CSCO Falls in After-Hours Trade

Filed in earnings, Gold Prices, o by on November 10, 2010 0 Comments

Dollar trips up reverses to close near the lows of the day helping stocks turn intraday The real story was the after-hours action in CSCO after it reported earnings.  Intraday stocks found support as the dollar reversed and closed lower on the day.  Volume came in under Tuesday’s levels as institutions weren’t buying hand over fist

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Late Day Selling Overpowers CSCO’s Dividend News

Filed in Gold Investing by on September 14, 2010 0 Comments

The market remains in an uptrend despite late day selling Better than expected retail sales figures failed to spark a morning rally, but it wouldn’t be long until buyers would step up to the plate and support stocks.  The NASDAQ briefly took out its 200 day moving average, but volume was light.  Volume ran light across

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McKitrick: gridded climate data over land are likely not “climatically real” but result from data quality problems

Filed in Bank Gold, Gold by on August 8, 2010 0 Comments
McKitrick: gridded climate data over land are likely not “climatically real” but result from data quality problems

Atmospheric Oscillations do not Explain the Temperature-Industrialization Correlation (PDF) (Statistics, Politics, and Policy, Volume 1, Issue 1, July 2010) Ross McKitrick, University of Guelph1 Abstract Gridded land surface temperature data products are used in climatology on the assumption that contaminating … Continue reading →

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Stocks Rebound From Friday’s Sell-off

Filed in earnings, Gold Investing, Gold Prices, silver by on July 19, 2010 0 Comments

Earnings season is now in full swing and the market rebounded today.  It is quite common for the market to have a natural reaction to heavy volume selling and today wasn’t a surprise.  Early in the session sellers took over shortly after the opening sending stocks much lower.  Volume lagged Friday’s option expiry pace, but

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Dividend Market Wrap-Up for July 9 (V, NSC, ACE, NEM, GE, AA, YUM, more)

Filed in alcoa, Barrick Gold, dividend, Gold, Gold Investing, shares, ubs, upgrade by on July 9, 2010 0 Comments
Dividend Market Wrap-Up for July 9 (V, NSC, ACE, NEM, GE, AA, YUM, more)

We were happy to see the markets get some of its mojo back this week, but we will still be looking for better volume. . We pointed out an example in yesterday’s late day wrap-up about how the volume during sell-offs continues to be quite a bit larger than the volume on days we see the averages move substantially higher. We refuse to ignore the distribution factor and will not be swayed by market experts that pooh-pooh this trend. Today’s NYSE totaled 3.5 Billion shares, way off the 5 Billion number we have been seeing and way off the 6 Billion total during a couple of last week’s distribution days. We continue to monitor the names on our “recommended” list as well as many other names that are in our database. There are some potential names that are getting more attractive from a dividend yield standpoint that we are considering adding, but the list is very short. We will let subscribers know if the changes are made or if we need to trim more names from our narrowing list of favorites. As for today’s action, we saw Wall Street analyst upgrades help push up stocks like Visa ( V ) and Norfolk Southern ( NSC ) . Ace LTD. ( ACE ) ran up on news it will be added to the S&P 500. Commodity plays bounced up with gold stocks making a bit of a comeback after a recent pullback. Shares of Newmont Mining ( NEM ) , Barrick Gold ( ABX ) , and Agnico-Eagle Mines ( AEM ) were all higher. Looking ahead to next week, we will start to get some of the bigger names reporting results, such as General Electic ( GE ) , Alcoa ( AA ) , Yum Brands ( YUM ) just to name a few. Be sure to check out Dividend.com Premium this weekend for the latest watchlist updates as well. Be sure to visit our complete recommended list of the Best Dividend Stocks , as well as a detailed explanation of our ratings system here .

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Market Wrap-Up for July 8 (ANF, TJX, GPS, HRB, POT, PM, AGU, more)

Filed in ceo, dividend, earnings, Gold, Gold Investment, shares by on July 8, 2010 0 Comments
Market Wrap-Up for July 8 (ANF, TJX, GPS, HRB, POT, PM, AGU, more)

The first Thursday of the month is all about checking out how retail sales came in the month before. Today’s winners from the space included Abercrombie & Fitch ( ANF ) and J.C. Penney ( JCP ) . Both of those companies were trading right near 52-week lows and were benficiaries of decent bounces. On the flipside, TJX Companies ( TJX ) , Gap Inc. ( GPS ) , and Ross Stores ( ROST ) were some of the retailers seeing a negative reaction from earnings. H&R Block ( HRB ) traded lower on news the company’s CEO has resigned. The stock has been a complete laggard and the company needs to bring in a team that can revive the brand. Not a name we are interested in at this point. Fertilizer plays were the main movers in the commodity space today. Potash Corp ( POT ) and Agrium ( AGU ) led the charge. Tobacco names were higher with Lorillard ( LO ) and Phillip Morris International ( PM ) in the green. It has been a decent week so far for the markets considering the Dow has gained over 300 points, but we are still not happy about the volume indicators on the up days, still nowhere near the numbers we see when we do get selling. Distribution is still a concern and one thing we are still focused on. Volume on the NYSE was 4.54 Billion shares today. Last week during a selloff day, the volume came in over 6 Billion shares. Clearly we need to keep a close eye on this trend. On a side note, I just want to point out the circus surrounding one particular stock this week, Madison Square Garden Inc. ( MSG ).

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Oilpocalypse Now Take I

Filed in Gold Spot Market by on May 30, 2010 0 Comments

“The best expert estimates I have seen are that minimally we have 2.9 MILLION GALLONS of Oil escaping into the Gulf each day. The volume of methane is about treble that. BP, in an effort to camouflage its true scale is pumping hundreds of thousands of gallons of even more toxic oil dispersant into the volcano. To get an idea of the scale think of the largest stadium you know, fill it with oil every day, dump it on the surrounding landscape, and then refill it TWICE each day. Then you begin to get an approximation of the volume of oil escaping. ” “So, why the lecture on the ocean ecosystem? Because the Gulf produces as much or more oxygen than the entire Amazon Rain Forest.” WRH permalink

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NTRO, – Momentum – Volume Alert – DrStockPick.com Stock Alert on NITRO Petroleum Inc.

Filed in shares, silver by on May 20, 2010 0 Comments

__ NTRO, NITRO Petroleum Inc., NTRO.OB NTRO – Momentum – Volume Alert NTRO keeps moving! Over 5,000,000 shares traded so far and last trade at this moment is $0.022 (+12.82%) NTRO is in the Middle of a Rally!! Just take a look at NTRO’s 3 month chart The reason for that upward curve in NTRO’s chart could be NTRO’s latest

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MarketAxess Announces Monthly Volume Statistics for April 2010

Filed in euro, Gold Holdings, Gold Investing, lead by on May 5, 2010 0 Comments

NEW YORK, May 5 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ MarketAxess Holdings Inc. , the operator of a leading electronic trading platform for U.S. and European high-grade corporate bonds, emerging markets bonds and other types of fixed-income securities, today anno MarketAxess Announces Monthly Volume Statistics for April 2010

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More Explosiveness in Our Future? Cord Blood America (CBAI) and Sirius XM (SIRI)

Filed in silver by on April 20, 2010 0 Comments

I’m excited today to update readers on two core positions in the portfolio.  Cord Blood America (CBAI), utilizing the Schissler Factor, went on a two day streak of positive PR’s.  First with an acquisition of controlling interest in a profitable South American stem cell storage company, BioCells, and today stating they have signed a Definitive

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