The Money Art | July 2013 USA Market View

The Money Art | July 2013 USA Market View

The Money Art | July 2013 USA Market View

STOCKS.  In the 1-month category, the best three stocks are CREG @ 160%, SOL @ 91% and TSRX @ 65%.

A stock trading on NasdaqGM, CREG belongs to the Industrial Goods sector, Waste Management industry.  With 166 employees, this company provides energy savings and recycling products and services in China through its subsidiaries.

The stock price went up because of good financials.

The top three stocks in the 3-month category are YRCW @ 297%, HSOL @ 262% and INO @ 225%.

In the YTD category the top three stocks are RVLT @ 617%, OSBC @ 408% and CLVS @ 383%.

The best three stocks in the 12-month category are RVLT @ 1,954%, ACAD @ 1.200% and VIPS @ 709%.

Three stocks with the biggest 1-month decline are UVXY @ –47%, CERE @ –49% and OXBT @ –54%.

In the “What’s hot, what’s not” category, the five hottest stocks are SR, ADHD, QKLS, YELP and Z; the five least hot stocks are CLIR, RSYS, MDCI, WPCS and FBN.

SECTORS.  167 industry sectors out of 182 are in green territory.

The top three winners are Transportation – Ship, Oil – US exploration and Agriculture Operations.  The three bottom sectors are Finance – Investment, REIT – Mortgage Trusts and Other – Alternative Energy.

MUTUAL FUNDS.  The top performers this month are two of the Ultra China Profund Class funds @ 27%, two of the Biotechnology Ultrasector Profund funds @ 19% and Biondo Focus fund @ 17%.

EXCHANGE TRADED FUNDS.  The best three ETFs this month are G-X FTSE Greece 20 @ 14%, G-X Silver Miners @ 13% and Poland Investable @ 12.95%.

FUTURES.  The top contracts are: (Currencies) Mexican Peso @ 3.09%, (Energies) Gasoline @ 8.30%, (Financials) 5-year T-note @ 0.28%, (Grains) Rough Rice @ 3.17%, (Indices) Russell 2000 Mini @ 7.10%, (Meats) Feeder Cattle @ 1.82%, (Metals) Palladium @ 5.24% and (Softs) Orange Juice @ 8.23%.

INDEXES.  The best three indexes are S&P Industrials @ 7.69%, DOW Transportations and S&P Healthcare @ 7.38% and Value Line Index @ 7.07%.

DOW Jones Industrial Average finished up @ 4.41% this month.


            Relevant in July were titles like: “Climate change is the next $10 trillion opportunity”, “Ritholts: gold will bounce above $1,400, then fall 50%”, “Jobless about to take a hit from sequester”, “U.S. consumer loan delinquencies continue to fall: ABA”, “Housing sentiment sours as rates rise”, “Corruption worsens amid distrust of government”, “IMF cuts world growth forecast again”, “NASDAQ closes at highest level since 2000 (July 10)”, “Should the IRS be abolished?”, “Income growth is bigger threat than rising rates: Cummins”, “History shows gold could fall another $500”, “Stocks post modest gains sending DOW, S&P500 to new closing highs (July 16)”, “US homebuilder confidence, outlook soar”, “A new reason not to work”, “Thanks to QE, bubble of 2000 like ‘day at beach’ (QE = quantitative easing)”, “Hedge funds have First Amendment rights too! says Hoenig”, “DOW, S&P hits record high: eyes on Bernanke, earnings (July 19)”, “Google $1,000: beware of flashy price targets”, “Record bankruptcy for Detroit”, “More young adults heading to entrepreneur camps”, “After Detroit, who’s next?”, “Postal service moving away from at-your-door delivery”, “Most in US say nation is off track: NBC-WSJ poll”, “More feared than death: long-term care”, “4 in 5 in US face near-poverty, no work”, “Your debt, not the Government’s, is hurting the economy: Kuttner”, “Gold on the rebound: is the bottom finally in?”, “Debt ceiling is like a nuclear weapon: Steve Forbes”, “Market top is in, time to brace for correction?”, which are self-explanatory.

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