Money Art | September 2014 USA Market View

Money Art – September 2014 USA market view

money art september 2014

STOCKS. In the 1-month category, the best three stocks are VIMC @ 163%, AVNR @ 91% and MSON @ 76%.
A stock trading on NasdaqGM, VIMC belongs to the Technology sector, Semiconductor – Specialized industry. With 489 employees, this China based company, together with its subsidiaries, provides video surveillance solution and video processors in China, Hong Kong and USA.
The stock price went up because during September the company announced a strategic cooperation with Inspur, participated in an important investor event, announced a $12.4M contract win in Taiyuan City of Shanxi Province and secured a $65M revolving Line of Credit.
The top three stocks in the 3-month category are VIMC @ 269%, SCOK @ 210% and AVNR @ 111%.
In the YTD category, the best three stocks are WMGIZ @ 571%, VIMC @ 412% and ITMN @ 401%.
The best three stocks in the 12-month category are VIMC @ 605%, ARCW @ 519% and WMGIZ @ 514%.
Three stocks with the biggest 1-month decline are MBII @ –54%, WLT @ –58% and ALCS @ –71%.
In the “What’s hot, what’s not” category, the five hottest stocks are VIMC, STRP, ESPR, LLEX and AMAG; the five least hot stocks are IAG, RTRX, PDFS, CDE and FMD.
SECTORS. Only 1 industry sector out of 182 is in green territory.
The top three winners are Retail – Restaurants @ 28%, Transportation – Services @ –4.74% and Wireless National @ –5.27%. The three bottom sectors are Finance – Sbic & Commercial, Retail – Apparel & Shoes and Schools.
MUTUAL FUNDS. The top performers this month are Waddell & Reed Advisors Cash Mgmt Cl B @ 36%, two of the Ultrashort Latin America Profunds @ 28% and two of the Ultrashort Emerging Markets funds @ 19%.
EXCHANGE TRADED FUNDS. The best three ETFs this month are three of the VIX Short-Term funds @ 10%, Wisdomtree Japan Hedged Capital @ 7% and Market Vectors Chinaamc Sme-Chn @ 6%.
FUTURES. The top contracts are: (Currencies) US Dollar Index @ 3.91%, (Energies) Natural Gas @ 0.51%, (Financials) 30-day Fed Funds @ 0.02%, (Grains) Soybean Oil @ 0.90%, (Indices) CBOE S&P 500 VIX @ 11.41%, (Meats) Feeder Cattle @ 9.10%, (Metals) Copper @ –4.56% and (Softs) Sugar @ 0.72%.
INDEXES. The best three indexes are CBOE Volatility Index @ 36%, US Dollar Index @ 4% and DOW Transportation @ 0.51%.
DOW Jones Industrial Average finished down @ –0.32% this month.
Relevant in September were titles like: “DAVID TEPPER: ‘It’s The Beginning Of The End Of The Bond Market Rally’”, “Why the rally may take a breather”, “S&P 500 ends at record as jobs report eases Fed worries (Sept. 5)”, “ROBERT SHILLER: The Stock Market Is At A Pre-Crash Level, ‘But…’”, “Stock gap: American stock holdings at 18-year low”, “The Majority Of Americans Already Consider Obama’s Presidency A ‘Failure’”, “Peter Schiff On Why U.S. Monetary Policy Is ‘Monetary Heroin’”, “Opinion: Almost no one believes the stock market will fall”, “World Bank warns of global jobs crisis”, “Income inequality hitting a tipping point: biz school professor”, “The financial crisis is dead and gone, time to bet on banks”, “13 years after 9/11, markets face new threat”, “Ready, Set, Buy: Why The S&P 500 Will Reach 2,150 Sooner Than You Think”, “S&P 500 to zoom to 2,390 by end of next year: Technician”, “TOM LEE: The S&P 500 Could See ‘2,700 Or Higher’ Before This Bull Market Is Over”, “Why investors may get a rude awakening: Siegel”, “Another Reason the S&P 500 Could Reach 2500”, “Dow hits record on shifting views over Fed’s next move (Sept. 16)”, “Dow closes at record after Fed keeps rates intact (Sept. 17)”, “Another financial crisis is inevitable: Martin Wolf”, “Market needs a 10-20% correction now: Lamensdorf”, “Why the rally has room to run”, “Koesterich: This Bull Market Can Survive Higher Rates”, “Jim O’Shaughnessy: Don’t chase the ‘story’ stocks”, “U.S. Is Going To Be ‘A Lot Worse’ Than Greece”, “Hussman: The US Economy Is Becoming a Ponzi Scheme”, “US, China, Europe nearing ‘Minsky moment’: Economist”, “Is the Market Bubble About to Burst?”, “Opinion: This simply can’t be a stock market bubble”, “5 Signs That the Stock Market May Melt Up”, which are self-explanatory.


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