Money Art | January 2014 USA Market View

Money Art – January 2014 USA market view

Money Art | January 2014 USA Market View

STOCKS.  In the 1-month category, the best three stocks are TKMR @ 79%, NLNK @ 68% and CCIH @ 66%.

A stock trading on NasdaqCM, TKMR belongs to the Healthcare sector, Medical – Biomedical industry.  This Canadian company operates as a biopharmaceutical public company primarily engaged in the development of RNA (Ribonucleic acid) interference (RNAi) therapeutic product and providing its lipid nanoparticle delivery technology to pharmaceutical partners.

The stock price went up because of strategic reorganization to strengthen leadership team, development agreement on delivery technology for agricultural applications and receipt of US$14.5M milestone payment.

The top three stocks in the 3-month category are EONC @ 259%, PBYI @ 208% and JRJC @ 191%.

The best three stocks in the 12-month category are SPCB @ 1,172%, CMGE @ 831% and CSIQ @ 783%.

Three stocks with the biggest 1-month decline are GYRO @ –48%, DGAZ @ –52% and DM-B @ –82%.

In the “What’s hot, what’s not” category, the five hottest stocks are ELON, TKMR, SNMX, KPTI and WWE; the five least hot stocks are NSM, ARCO, MPO, EDMC and DLLR.

SECTORS.  28 industry sectors out of 182 are in green territory, a decline from last month.

The top three winners are Other Alternative energy, ETFs – Taxable Bonds and ETFs – Bonds.  The three bottom sectors are ETFs – Materials, Finance – Mortgage & Related Services and Building Products – Wood.

MUTUAL FUNDS.  The top performers this month are two of the Ultrashort Latin America Profunds @ 26%, two of the Ultrashort Japan Profunds @ 24% and three of the Rydex Srs Fds Inverse Emerging Markets @ 20%.

EXCHANGE TRADED FUNDS.  The best three ETFs this month are Direxion Daily Brazil Bear 3X S and Russia Bear 3X Direxion @ 44%, 3X Long Natural Gas ETN Velocity Shares and Direxion Daily Junior Gold Mine @ 38%, and Short B Lvgd Inv S&P 500 TR ETN Barclays 35%.

FUTURES.  The top contracts are: (Currencies) Japanese Yen @ 2.86%, (Energies) Natural Gas @ 17.89%, (Financials) Ultra T-bond @ 5.85%, (Grains) Oats @ 15.84%, (Indices) CBOE S&P500 VIX @ 18.98%, (Meats) Milk @ 23.73%, (Metals) Gold @ 3.06% and (Softs) Coffee @ 13.10%.

INDEXES.  The best three indexes are CBOE Volatility Index @ 34.18%, DOW Utilities @ 3.20% and S&P Utilities @ 2.88%.

DOW Jones Industrial Average finished down @ –5.30% this month recording a drop not seen since May 2012.


            Relevant in January were titles like: “Billionaires begin 2014 a half-trillion dollars richer: the biggest winners and losers”, “Retreating US stimulus poses risk to world recovery”, “Bitcoin back above $1,000 as major businesses embrace currency”, “Decline of US foreign policy biggest risk in 2014”, “This DOW component may be poised for another record year”, “No fiscal crisis this year: Beltway insider”, “Will the market in 2014 follow the January Indicator?”, “The lessons of gold’s collapse”, “China to overtake US as world’s top trader”, “Sears enters ‘death spiral’, could be gone by 2017: Brian Sozzi”, “Market will reflect taper, not ‘January effect’ in 2014: Sanchez”, “Gold’s drop isn’t done yet: Bob Doll”, “Too much good news is hurting the bull market: Paulsen”, “

Bull market is not over: Jeremy Siegel”, “Charts show this trade will ‘explode’ in 2014: Parets”, “Beware the ‘Year-Two Curse’ for stocks: Kleintop”, “Investors look on the bright side: are they wearing blinders”, “Facebook to lose 80% of its users by 2017: study”, “Here are two charts that say a crash is not likely”, “The stock market correction is finally here (Jan. 24)”, “Inflation is coming back from the dead: McCullough”, “Ron Paul: Here’s why gold is a safe haven again”, “The economy is only going to get stronger: Mark Zandi”, “Stocks slammed! Official ‘correction’ looms”, which are self-explanatory.


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