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Fig. 1 – Daily Candlestick chart of ECTY.  It went up 94% from US$0.96 to $1.86.

April 2013 USA market view

STOCKS.  In the 1-month category, the best three stocks are ECTY @ 94%, ISSC @ 78% and FSLR @ 72%.

A stock trading on NasdaqCM, ECTY belongs to the Industrial Goods sector, Pollution & Treatment Controls industry.  With 155 employees, this company in San Francisco, California engages in designing, manufacturing, testing and commercializing electric vehicle (EV) charging and energy storage systems in USA and internationally.

The stock price went up because of good Q4 2012 results, lucrative expansion partnership and analyst initiating coverage.

The top three stocks in the 3-month category are EXTY @ 210%, HGSH @ 181% and ROICW @ 173%.

In the YTD category the top three stocks are ECTY @ 322%, OSBC @ 277% and TWO.W @ 274%.

The best three stocks in the 12-month category are HGSH @ 1,138%, TWO.W @ 945% and ACAD @ 759%.

Three stocks with the biggest 1-month decline are HXM @ –45%, OSH @ –50% and NUGT @ –64%.

In the “What’s hot, what’s not” category, the five hottest stocks are AIQ, TTHI, SCTY, MDCI and BDSI; the five least hot stocks are IGOI, ANV, SBGK, AVEO and FVE.

SECTORS.  128 industry sectors out of 184 are in green territory.

The top three winners are Wireless National, Electronics Products and Communications Components.  The three bottom sectors are Agriculture Operations, Computer – Integrated and Internet – Software.

MUTUAL FUNDS.  The top performers this month are Madison Mosaic Core Bond R6 @ 49%, Fidelity Japan Small Companies @ 15% and three Dreyfus India Funds @ 13%.

EXCHANGE TRADED FUNDS.  The best three ETFs this month are Gold Miners Bears 3X @ 60%, 3X Inverse Silver @ 41% and Ultrashort Silver @ 27%.

FUTURES.  The top contracts are: (Currencies) Euro FX @ 2.47%, (Energies) Natural Gas @ 7.12%, (Financials) Ultra T-bond @ 4%, (Grains) KCBT Red Wheat @ 9.77%, (Indices) E-mini NASDAQ @ 3.41%, (Meats) Milk @ 1.80%, (Metals) Platinum @ –5.68% and (Softs) Cocoa @ 8.38%.

INDEXES.  The best three indexes are CBOE Volatility Index @ 6.46%, S&P Telecom Services @ 5.99% and S&P Utilities @ 5.89%.

DOW Jones Industrial Average finished up @ 1.79% this month.


            Relevant in April were titles like: “US oil, gas boom could rattle global order”, “Stockman: Fed-fueled bubble will explode (subtitled: there are bubbles all over, hide in cash)”, “US Airways CEO: Feds ‘making our lives difficult’”, “The DOW will surpass 16,000 this year: Jeremy Siegel”, “DOW 30 and S&P500 close at record highs”, “US home prices rose in February by most in 7 years”, “Op-ed: blast from the future on the crash of 2015”, “Microsoft could be obsolete by 2017: Gartner report”, “Gartman on jobs numbers: ‘Yawn and move on’”, “Mobius: ‘tremendous bull markets’ here to stay”, “Why housing stalled: $1 Trillion in student debt”, “Why US jobs are going to get a lot worse”, “Arggggh! American workers at a breaking point”, “S&P500 hits highest level ever”, “S&P500 may fall more than 40% by fall: Chris Martenson”, “5 big retailers that’ll be gone in 5 years: Sozzi”, “US has ‘walking dead’ consumers: analyst”, “The scary number for gold investors: $1,200”, “Crude rally is coming soon: Nenner”, “People would rather imagine a zombie apocalypse than their future: Rushkoff”, “The economic argument is over – and Krugman won”, “Despite ‘bad news’ markets are on a ‘grabathon’”, “Forget gold, use silver as currency: David Morgan”, “Former AMD CEO forecasts ‘intelligence revolution’”, “Millions can’t afford to go to the doctor”, “What ails the economy? In a word: Washington”, “US government may not hit debt limit until October: analysts”, “US GDP not as good as the report suggests”, “Economy is showing signs of slowing: Shilling”, “Why the jobs outlook just got a lot worse”, “S&P500 closes at record, led by energy, tech shares”, “Treasury to pay down debt for first time in six years”, “Daniel Kessler: the coming ObamaCare shock”, “Dr. Doom: buy stocks while you can”, “Home prices will remain relatively stagnant for next 10 years: Shiller”, which are self-explanatory.

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