Money Art | September 2013 USA Market View

Money Art | September 2013 USA Market View

September 2013 USA market view

 STOCKS.  In the 1-month category, the best three stocks are DQ @ 183%, CSUN @ 137% and IGLD @ 103%.

A stock trading on NYSE, DQ belongs to the Technology sector, Semiconductor Equipment & Materials industry.  With 1,545 employees, this China-based company sells its polysilicon to photovoltaic product manufacturers, who further process it into ingots, wafers, cells, and modules for solar power solutions. It also manufactures and sells crystalline-silicon based photovoltaic products.

The stock price went up because of good Q2 results and signed long-term contracts of polysilicon supply.

The top three stocks in the 3-month category are GALTW @ 325%, CPRX @ 238% and IGLD @ 201%.

In the YTD category the top three stocks are GALTW @ 1,002%, SPCB @ 705% and CPRX @ 593%.

The best three stocks in the 12-month category are HGSH @ 2,646%, AAMC @ 1,676%, and ACAD @ 985%.

Three stocks with the biggest 1-month decline are USU @ –36%, PBMD @ –49% and TWGP @ –50%.

In the “What’s hot, what’s not” category, the five hottest stocks are AMCF, CSUN, IGLD, EDN and LTON; the five least hot stocks are ARNA, AMBC, LDOS, XONE and ACHN.

SECTORS.  150 industry sectors out of 184 are in green territory.

The top three winners are Agriculture Operations, Utility – Electric Power and Computer – Networks.  The three bottom sectors are Mining – Silver, Medical – Nursing and Oil – Refining and Marketing.

MUTUAL FUNDS.  The top performers this month are Ultra China Profund Investor Class @ 20%, Ultra China Profund Service Class, three of the Rydex Srs TR Japan 2X Strategy funds, Ultra Japan Profund Investor Class and Ultra Japan Profund Service Class @ 19% and Ultralatin Profund Investors Class and Ultralatin Profund Service Class @ 18%.

EXCHANGE TRADED FUNDS.  The best three ETFs this month are Solar ETF Guggenheim @ 27%, Global Carbon ETN iPath @ 20% and Wilderhill Clean energy Powershares @ 15%.

FUTURES.  The top contracts are: (Currencies) New Zealand Dollar @ 7.43%, (Energies) Crude oil @ –3.25 %, (Financials) 10-year T-note @ 1.48%, (Grains) Wheat @ 5.01%, (Indices) Russell 2000 Mini @ 6.48%, (Meats) Feeder Cattle @ 3.22%, (Metals) Copper @ 2.30% and (Softs) Cocoa @ 8.37%.

INDEXES.  The best three indexes are S&P Smallcap 600 @ 6.10%, S&P Industrials @ 5.48% and DOW Transportations @ 5.32%.

DOW Jones Industrial Average finished up @ 2.16% this month.


            Relevant in September were titles like: “List of worries in September? Getting longer”, “Ill wind blows on treasuries”, “Surprise! September isn’t as scary as everyone thinks”, “Why incomes could fall for the next 30 years”, “Youth unemployment a ‘time bomb’: ILO”, “PIMCO’s Gross: global economy increasingly unstable”, “Gold and energy trades are over: technical analyst”, “Copper rally won’t last, experts warn”, “Jobs market bumping along bottom of very deep hole: economist”, “Krugman overboard! Says economic policy a ‘horrifying failure’”, “The new big thing in exec pay: restricted stock”, “No country is safe from emerging markets meltdown”, “GE to IBM ending retiree health plans in historic shift”, “DOW tops 15,000, NASDAQ 100 hits best level since November 2000 (Sept. 9)”, “Student loans are a societal problem, not an economic threat: Economist”, “Top 1% in US took biggest share since 1928”, “US teens losing interest in science, tech jobs”, “US Dollar faces new competition as safe haven currency”, “Top 1% getting 95% of income gains: is Washington responsible?”, “Fed to meet amid trio of threats to economy”, “John Thain: ‘Too big to fail’ is too big to solve”, “The bond market’s ticking time bomb”, “Gold to fall to fresh lows on US recovery: Goldman”, “The buyer’s market in housing is over”, “Stocks are about to plunge, Wells Fargo warns”, “US home prices gain in July at slower pace: S&P”, “US consumer confidence dips as jobs outlook dims”, “The 99% owe ‘a debt of gratitude” to the 1%: Harry Binswanger”, “Lew to GOP: US cash to run out on Oct. 17”, “Fed policy much bigger threat than bungling Congress: Luschini”, “US is broke, can’t afford to raise the debt ceiling says Peter Schiff”, “Stock strategies for the end of the world”, “BofA Merrill Lynch cuts 2014 gold forecast by17% to $1,294”, “Fed accused of ‘covering up’ soaring inequality”, “Warning: many US watersheds failing stress test”, which are self-explanatory.

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