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Down Up Down

Posted on 8/31/2007
The market is forming a small range here. Technology is the new leadership theme for market and when the market correction is over the sector would be ideally placed for rally. The biggest area of concern is small caps. The speculative favorites are the ones which are showing weakness. That is on of the reason the 65 days ratio is stuck in negative territory.

In the short term the low volume holiday environment is bullish and with one of the indicator (stocks up 50% plus in month at 2) showing possible strength around, we will likely see strength. The market is ideal environment for day traders and short term traders. Nimbleness is the key.

With Nasdaq showing strength the post holiday action might offer some opportunities for light commitments in technology sector. Number of stocks in the sector are showing relative strength, but again most of them are in the large cap technology area. However if the overall market gets in to downswing, much of this pocket of momentum in technology sector will not be able to sustain its up move.

Swinging Market

Posted on 8/30/2007
The difficulty of trading a highly volatile and low volume move is demonstrated by last two days action. Market is swinging from one extreme to another extreme. 2% days or days with 300 plus 4% bullish or bearish breakouts are now a days a weekly phenomenon.

After day before yesterdays weakness a retest of high was what I was expecting , but not so fast. The market opened in green and stayed that way and accelerated post 2 p.m. on news of Fed Chairman's letter. Technology was leading the way. INTC the tech bellwether had 4% plus breakout yesterday. Expecting this strength to not carry through much and we are likely to have a pullback from this level.

Market is in confirmed correction phase as per Market Monitor. The entire idea behind Market Monitor is to avoid risky , volatile period and trade during safe, less volatile periods. All such periods are ultimately followed by less volatile more predictable periods. More than that the profit one can make during the safe period can compensate for staying out during such period.

Buyer Strike

Posted on 8/29/2007
There is absolutely no reason to buy at yesterdays level. The buyers who bought the bounce weeks ago in fact had incentive to sell in to Friday strength. So we had a day where market dived on low volume and pretty much kept going down. There were no dip buyers.

The last Friday action was spooky and unexpected. A rally when 65 days bull/bear ratio is negative is always a tactical play. Probability of it failing or retracing is always higher. The market has behaved as per that script so far.

Many headlines were attributing the sell off to Fed meting minutes. But I don't see that as consequential. The market was technically due for pullback and that is what happened. Low volume on this move makes it tricky and by end of week, we might rally back in to recent high.

Excitable gloom-mongers and Apocalypse

Posted on 8/28/2007

Was that it? Can it really be that the violent storm that broke over financial markets this month has turned out to have been no more than a bit of noisy huffing and puffing, an empty squall that blew over at the first sign of a response from central banks? Have the excitable gloom-mongers in the media and parts of the financial markets once again been denied their Apocalypse?

There have certainly been encouraging signs in the past few trading days that, over here in the United States, markets are reverting to a sort of normality. Equities have shaken off the doldrums.

After a strong week, the Dow Jones is 6 per cent above where it started the year and only 5 per cent off its July peak.

Having spent much of the past two weeks bouncing around like a bungee jumper on a thin rubber band, US Treasury markets look comparatively becalmed – the yield on three-month Treasury bills has bounced back up from its low of below 3 per cent last week to a more normal looking 4.5 per cent.

In the interbank credit market, anecdotal evidence suggests that the August panic is giving way to a late-summer calm. Those nasty rumours about imminent bank failures – featuring, in the UK, names such as Northern Rock and, in the US, Countrywide – have dried up. The weird things that were going on in the interbank market two weeks ago – with overnight lending rates shooting up and down in an unprecedented way – have disappeared.

It is tempting for those of us who never signed on to the “sky is falling” hysteria to crow at the sheer dullness of it all.

But in truth even I did not think that it could really blow over this quickly. What kind of a crisis was that?

Central banks step up their overnight repos, the Fed cuts a largely symbolic, as opposed to a real, interest rate and a few big-swinging, money-centre banks make a very public appearance at the discount window, and that is it?

Low volume pullback

  • Market continues to be in confirmed correction phase as per 65 days ratio.
  • Market had a pullback on extremely light volume. With most market participants on holiday, it will be tricky market. Most of the action will be choppy and on low volume.
  • China stocks were the star, they have been on tear since the end of down move.
  • Patience is the key at this stage. Markets will set themselves for sustainable move only post holiday.

Market Monitor

Posted on 8/27/2007
  • Market had a surprisingly strong action on Friday. This week is holiday shortened week plus last week of summer, so thin volume will likely move the market higher in near term time frame.
  • 65 days bullish/bearish ration continues to show market in confirmed downtrend. Rallies during such period have high probability of failure.
  • In seven days market has rebounded vigorously and now is back within a few percent of recent high. Panics are always good buy opportunities as long as you do not get sucked in by all the doom and gloom talk during such panics.
  • Stocks which were not dented by the panic are now starting to breakout, the early part of the bounce was driven by heavily shorted stocks. This bounce is also setting up some potential shorts, as number of stocks are consolidating near their low or rallying on low volume.

Quantitative funds rebound

Posted on 8/23/2007
When the market hit turbulence, the quant funds lost money. Immediate reaction from clueless perma bears and everyone else was to pile on and claim doom and gloom for quant funds. Now news is percolating down that most of them have rebounded. Obviously you would not see any comment or mention about it from the usual suspects. Go back and see the news and blog coverage from just 10 days ago, there was no shortage of commentators writing obituaries of quants.

Goldman Sachs Group Inc.'s Global Equity Opportunities hedge fund rose 12 percent last week after the securities firm shored up the money-losing pool with $3 billion of cash, investors said.

Assets more than doubled to $7.5 billion as New York-based Goldman put $2 billion into the fund and raised $1 billion from investors including Maurice ``Hank'' Greenberg, the former chairman of American International Group Inc., and billionaire Eli Broad. The fund lost about 30 percent in early August as rising mortgage defaults caused stocks to tumble, upending the computer models its managers use to select trades.

Global Equity and other so-called quantitative funds rebounded as market turmoil eased, said the investors, who asked not to be identified because the Goldman fund's performance is private. James Simons's $29 billion Renaissance Institutional Equities Fund made up almost the entire 8.7 percent decline it suffered in the first eight trading days of August, investors said.

Keeping calm during market correction is very important. Most immediate analysis about market corrections is often faulty and no more than just fear mongering by perma bears. See my previous post about this here.

Stability zone

Posted on 8/19/2007
After reaching extreme levels of panic few days ago, in last two trading session there is a bit of stabilization. The move post Fed action was subdued, which is not a very encouraging sign. So most likely scenario would be attempted retesting of the recent lows.

As the market attempts to stabilize here, my vacation is getting over and after sitting in cash through the entire turmoil, I will be back in USA by midweek. Updates will be infrequent as I am currently in transit.

A textbook bounce

Posted on 8/16/2007
When panic takes over market and people start to lose their nerves, invariably the situation resolves to the upside in the short run. That is the nature of market and that is why most traders find it extremely difficult to trade such market. Bounce happen when everyone is shit scared to buy even a dollar worth of equity. Bargain hunters and veteran traders thrive on such situation.

Going by the emails and comments, one can make out how the emotions played during the day.I was fast asplep during the entire drama and was reading the report early morning. I suspect the intra day 65 day ratio reached extreme levels of 1600/200 yesterday by mid day. Many people were convinced there will be no bounce.

Those who kept their nerves caught the turn. This kind of game is for extremely nimble players. If you are asking what to buy now, you should just stand aside and watch the fun. You should have kept the buy list ready in anticipation much in advance. Such bounce in first phase invariably have the most oversold falling knives bouncing back.Heavily shorted stuff with extremely negative sentiment will bounce back 10% plus in a matter of hours in such bounce.

Such bounce have certain common characters: panic, series of bad news, bears dancing on the street, perma bears on first page of popular sites claiming what you have seen is just trailer and there is more downside ahead, break of some technical level like 200 day MA, high volume selling, and capitulation by many players. Traps in market are always at levels where majority will get trapped.

Expecting the bounce to play itself out for couple of days.

Stage set for a bounce

Posted on 8/15/2007
Few days of selling and panic has set up this market for a bounce in a near term time frame. Such bounce will be a oversold reflex bounce. Such bounce are only for short term nimble traders and does not indicate it is safe to jump right back in for long term traders. For nimble traders this will be a playable bounce of few days with good profit potential.

For the first time in this correction we are witnessing good selling and some washouts. The stocks down 25% plus in 65 days has quickly climbed to 1183 after making an attempt to stabilize at 800 area. The stocks up 100% plus is also witnessing deterioration. All these things are good as this can drive the market down to levels from where a multi month rally can develop.

Low volume

While the selling was widespread yesterday the volume was much lower. The 65 days ratio continues to be in negative territory. Volatility still remains high. If volatility decreases and we get in to slow bearish phase, it will be time to look at some longs which have not been dented by the selling so far.

I have been looking at stocks which have demonstrated superior relative strength during the sell off and there are many candidates which are just clinging to the top of their range. They also have excellent earnings and sales growth and they are just waiting for the volatility to decrease.

Economic Prosperity and Crime Rate

Posted on 8/14/2007
The Mumbai SENSEX is not the only thing going up out here in India. One side effect of the economic boom in India is dramatic rise in crime rates. For last couple of weeks I have been reading local newspapers and watching local TV and talking to lot of people, one thing is clear , there is dramatic increase in crime rate.

This week TV channels were running a story of a daring day light robbery caught on CCTV in a jewelery shop in Bangalore. The footage showed 5 armed men entering the shop and pushing the employees and customer in a room and coolly walking away with all the jewellery in the shop.Out here in Pune where I am currently based there has been over 23 jewellery shop robberies in last one year according to the local newspaper.

Residential robberies are also a major problem. Most home owners are scared of robberies and break ins. According to the weekend newspaper here most housing colonies are hiring armed guards and in many areas local citizens have set up voluntary night vigils to prevent crime.

Two popular items with robbers are mobile phones and laptops. There have been number of cases since I came here of motorist being stopped at gun point on isolated spots on highways and asked to handover mobile phone and laptop. The highway connecting the city to the IT parks out here seems to be easy target for criminals.

Traditionally Pune was a calm, sleepy city with extremely low crime rate. Greater economic prosperity has made crime a high paying enterprise.

Volatility and noise

Posted on 8/13/2007
Market continues to be volatile and the 65 days ratio continues to be firmly in negative territory. While the volatility continues the market is essentially at stalemate for last 6-7 days. It is neither going down or going up but on day to day basis there is lot of volatility. Because much of volatility is being driven by unwinding of positions or forced selling due to losses or margin calls, there is some amount of randomness to it. many moves in individual stocks are illogical on day to day basis. Some good quality stocks are going down and some junk is rising. Selling to raise cash is concentrated in good quality stocks, while short covering is concentrated in junk stocks. That is creating a tricky market for traders with long term horizon.

While the market is volatile, there is lot of noise in the environment. There are number of views, editorials and other opinions and judgments being passed around by various market participants and market observers. Much of it is misinformation or propaganda. This is all noise. It will take six months or year for us to understand what actually happened. What you read currently is mostly speculation and gossip by motivated players. Much of what is being passed on as erudite commentary will prove to be far from the actual truth once the details about the crisis and panic come out. Remember all you are reading as of now is from the outsiders perspective. The insiders who really were in thick of the things and who really managed and gained or lost billions have not yet spoken.

The outsiders who are commenting are flying lot of kites. Some are failed hedge fund managers or marginal players in the industry , who never managed large pools of money, they are obviously tooting their drum. Some are publicity whores, who are constant presence on CNBC, WSJ, Barron's or Bloomberg and pretend to offer erudite opinion on every topic. Some are perma bears who are gloating because after predicting doom and gloom for several years day in and day out, finally for few hours they are partially right.

Lot of this noise is self contradictory and not based on logic. Lot of it is pure emotion and jealousy. From a trading point of view all such noise is of no use. The markets were due for correction. They are correcting currently. There have been corrections before this in this rally. But overall there have been higher highs and market has kept its uptrend intact. So as far as I am concerned sticking to methodology is more critical than getting swayed by noise.

Search For Stocks With Fattest Profit Growth

Posted on 8/10/2007
Today Investor's Business Daily has a piece on stock selection and importance of earnings and earnings acceleration in stock selection process.

What determines the value of a stock? Earnings, quarterly and annually. Current results and profit expected a year from now. These are the driving forces behind a stock.

True, the CAN SLIM model tells us to look for a recognizable base pattern, and to gauge volume against price action, and to track how many high-quality funds own the stock.

Watch that 10-week moving average. Are there too many stock splits? What is so special about Baidu's (BIDU) product that would make its stock fly?

But the bottom line is the bottom line.

Here's what you want to see in a company's profit record. Quarterly earnings gains of at least 25% over its year-earlier comparison. The higher the better. You don't want to see any profit shrinkage in recent quarters.

Slightly below-par results may be acceptable if they're moving in the right direction. For instance, a 20% gain in quarterly earnings doesn't look so hot.

But if it comes after a string of results that look like 3%, 8% and 15%, then the company is accelerating its earnings growth. If earnings growth is moving in the right direction, often the stock's price will follow.

Ideally, you want both fat numbers and acceleration. But be warned, that's a tall order.

Now look at annual earnings. The most recent full-year profit also should be at least 25% higher than the previous year. The three-year earnings growth average should come in at no less than 20%.

Which direction are the annual profit growth rates going? Just like the quarterly results, you want to see improvement from year to year. Any significant year-to-year earnings decline would be a big problem for a stock.

Too often, a stock that looks like a leader shows a big flaw in its annual profit growth.

Such a stock still could have great quarterly numbers, but one can easily end up buying a high-profile winner just as it's cooling off. Keep that big picture in mind.

Market corrections like the one we are currently witnessing are good time to focus on such stocks. These stocks withstand such corrections. Even if they pullback, they do it reluctantly. Most of the chart patterns which IBD talks about form during such market correction. When the weight of the market correction is lifted from such stocks, they just bolt out.

More Volatility

Posted on 8/09/2007
Downside moves are always more volatile. Volatile behaviors is even more pronounced during turns. Clustered wide range days are very common during market turns. So we have yet another volatile day with 750 stocks down 4% plus. In addition there was a hint of panic in the market.

Panic and fear is very good for markets. Panicky markets can turn on a dime. Some years back I had documented , every single 10% plus correction in market for last 30 to 40 years. I still have those notes in my files somewhere in USA. If you study all the panicky disruptive moves in market during various crisis you will see such moves resolve to upside with great force. Most panicky moves are followed by ferocious rallies, those rallies retest their bottom but after many weeks or months. Protracted downturns are less volatile and have systematic distribution with slow methodical selling.

From a more trading dynamics term, in my opinion and observation , in times of panic stocks go down due to absence of bids. The absence of bids forces sellers to aggressively bring down offers. You will realize this if you try and close a long position in panicky market. Once the panic subsides normal bid-ask behavior returns and hence the ferocious rallies.

As I have said before any market turn will be a process. If you want to play safe, best option is to wait for 65 days ratio to turn. When that ratio is in green all breakout based strategies have very high probability of success. In spite of the down move today, the 1000 plus breakout day still holds and it is time to anticipate turn to upside rather than chase the move to downside. For all the emotions around this move, this is just a 10% correction so far after multi year up move. Ignore the news look at the Market Monitor numbers.

Worst thing you can do during market correction is to listen to perma bears . All bearish scenarios and bearish propaganda sounds very logical and intelligent during market corrections. But the biggest strategic error a speculator can make is to get caught in bearish web. If you do that you will miss on next big rally. You should be tactically bearish, strategically bullish.

100 years plus of history of market clearly demonstrates triumph of optimism over pessimism. In few months time all this Armageddon talk will be just a blip. Perma bears are fools and idiots who do not understand markets and the markets statistical tendencies or want to ignore it to create a cult. Fools and idiots seldom make money in the market.

Current market is ideal for day traders and nimble swing traders. Alternatively one can use such period for R&D. The best thing to do during such time is to take a vacation, sit in cash and enjoy the fun and games from sidelines. Timing your vacation during market corrections is always good strategy.

Crazy action

Posted on 8/08/2007
Last night when I went to bed it was around 1 PM in USA and I was looking at some really crazy numbers on all scans(India is around 10 hours time difference, it is 7 A.M. here now as I write this). I thought the data is corrupted. Several stocks were flying. The small caps were melting up like never before.

First thing in the morning I triple checked the numbers.

1063 breakouts on upside within few days of market taking a severe beating and after 2 days of back to back 300 plus upside breakout days is really crazy action. Looks like massive asset allocation or re balancing trade. That seems to have squeezed shorts mightily.

This is pure delight for day traders.

A powerful surge

As of now there are 110 stocks in the Episodic Pivots scan. If this strength holds by end of day, you are looking at a very powerful surge. Such high readings in the past have been associated with market bottoms.

ABBI,Abraxis Bioscience Inc (Google  Yahoo  Earnings  Chart
ABK,Ambac Financial Group (Google  Yahoo  Earnings  Chart
ABR,Arbor Realty Trust Inc (Google  Yahoo  Earnings  Chart
AHR,Anthracite Capital Inc (Google  Yahoo  Earnings  Chart
ALAB,Alabama National Bancorp (Google  Yahoo  Earnings  Chart
ALJ,Alon USA Energy Inc (Google  Yahoo  Earnings  Chart
AMSC,American Superconductor (Google  Yahoo  Earnings  Chart
ANH,Anworth Mtg Asset Corp (Google  Yahoo  Earnings  Chart
ASVI,A.S.V. Inc (Google  Yahoo  Earnings  Chart
AUTH,Authentec Inc (Google  Yahoo  Earnings  Chart
AVD,American Vanguard Corp (Google  Yahoo  Earnings  Chart
BARE,Bare Escentuals Inc (Google  Yahoo  Earnings  Chart
BBX,Bankatlantic Bancorp A (Google  Yahoo  Earnings  Chart
BIDU, Inc (Google  Yahoo  Earnings  Chart
BJRI,BJ's Restaurants Inc (Google  Yahoo  Earnings  Chart
BLKB,Blackbaud Inc (Google  Yahoo  Earnings  Chart
BONT,Bon-Ton Stores Inc (Google  Yahoo  Earnings  Chart
BOW,Bowater Inc (Google  Yahoo  Earnings  Chart
BRCD,Brocade Communications (Google  Yahoo  Earnings  Chart
BSC,Bear Stearns Companies (Google  Yahoo  Earnings  Chart
CCRN,Cross Country Healthcare (Google  Yahoo  Earnings  Chart
CGNX,Cognex Corp (Google  Yahoo  Earnings  Chart
CKXE,CKX Inc (Google  Yahoo  Earnings  Chart
CMRG,Casual Male Retail Grp Inc (Google  Yahoo  Earnings  Chart
COCO,Corinthian Colleges Inc (Google  Yahoo  Earnings  Chart
CPHD,Cepheid (Google  Yahoo  Earnings  Chart
CRZ,Crystal River Capital Inc (Google  Yahoo  Earnings  Chart
CRZO,Carrizo Oil & Gas Inc (Google  Yahoo  Earnings  Chart
CSGP,Costar Group Inc (Google  Yahoo  Earnings  Chart
CVBF,Cvb Financial Corp (Google  Yahoo  Earnings  Chart
CYBX,Cyberonics Inc (Google  Yahoo  Earnings  Chart
DFR,Deerfield Triarc Capital Corp (Google  Yahoo  Earnings  Chart
DXCM,DexCom Inc (Google  Yahoo  Earnings  Chart
ENER,Energy Conversn Devices (Google  Yahoo  Earnings  Chart
ENOC,Enernoc Inc (Google  Yahoo  Earnings  Chart
ESLR,Evergreen Solar Inc (Google  Yahoo  Earnings  Chart
FCF,First Commonwealth Finl (Google  Yahoo  Earnings  Chart
FLOW,Flow International Corp (Google  Yahoo  Earnings  Chart
GAIA,Gaiam Incorporated Cl A (Google  Yahoo  Earnings  Chart
GLDN,Golden Telecom Inc (Google  Yahoo  Earnings  Chart
GMCR,Green Mountain Coffee Roasters (Google  Yahoo  Earnings  Chart
GS,Goldman Sachs Group Inc (Google  Yahoo  Earnings  Chart
HANS,Hansen Natural Corp (Google  Yahoo  Earnings  Chart
HHGP,Hudson Highland Grp Inc W/i (Google  Yahoo  Earnings  Chart
HNR,Harvest Natural Resources Inc (Google  Yahoo  Earnings  Chart
HOV,Hovnanian Enterprises A (Google  Yahoo  Earnings  Chart
HSTX,Harris Stratex Network (Google  Yahoo  Earnings  Chart
ICOC,Ico Inc (Google  Yahoo  Earnings  Chart
ICTG,Ict Group Inc (Google  Yahoo  Earnings  Chart
ID,L-1 Identity Solutions Inc (Google  Yahoo  Earnings  Chart
IDA,Idacorp Inc Holding Co (Google  Yahoo  Earnings  Chart
IGTE,Igate Corporaion (Google  Yahoo  Earnings  Chart
IMB,Indymac Bancorp Inc (Google  Yahoo  Earnings  Chart
INSU,Insituform Technols Cl A (Google  Yahoo  Earnings  Chart
IRBT,iRobot Corp (Google  Yahoo  Earnings  Chart
ISPH,Inspire Pharmaceuticals (Google  Yahoo  Earnings  Chart
ISSC,Innovative Solutions (Google  Yahoo  Earnings  Chart
KNOL,Knology Inc (Google  Yahoo  Earnings  Chart
KNOT,The Knot Inc (Google  Yahoo  Earnings  Chart
LAB,Labranche & Co Inc (Google  Yahoo  Earnings  Chart
LF,Leapfrog Enterprises Inc (Google  Yahoo  Earnings  Chart
LGND,Ligand Pharmaceuticals B (Google  Yahoo  Earnings  Chart
LLNW,Limelight Network Inc (Google  Yahoo  Earnings  Chart
LNN,Lindsay Manufacturing Co (Google  Yahoo  Earnings  Chart
LXU,Lsb Industries Inc (Google  Yahoo  Earnings  Chart
LYV,Live Nation Inc (Google  Yahoo  Earnings  Chart
MATW,Matthews Internat Cp Cla (Google  Yahoo  Earnings  Chart
MRCY,Mercury Computer Systems (Google  Yahoo  Earnings  Chart
MSO,Martha Stewart Lvg Omni (Google  Yahoo  Earnings  Chart
MTG,Mgic Investments Corp (Google  Yahoo  Earnings  Chart
MTH,Meritage Homes Corp (Google  Yahoo  Earnings  Chart
MTMD,Microtek Medical Hldgs Inc (Google  Yahoo  Earnings  Chart
MXWL,Maxwell Technologies Inc (Google  Yahoo  Earnings  Chart
NEXC,Nexcen Brands Inc (Google  Yahoo  Earnings  Chart
NM,Navios Maritime Holdings Inc (Google  Yahoo  Earnings  Chart
NRF,Northstar Realty Finance Corp (Google  Yahoo  Earnings  Chart
NYNY,Empire Resorts Inc (Google  Yahoo  Earnings  Chart
OSIS,Osi Systems Inc (Google  Yahoo  Earnings  Chart
PCLN, Inc (Google  Yahoo  Earnings  Chart
PCR,Perini Corp (Google  Yahoo  Earnings  Chart
PLXT,Plx Technology Inc (Google  Yahoo  Earnings  Chart
PSEC,Prospect Street Energy Corp (Google  Yahoo  Earnings  Chart
PSEM,Pericom Semiconductor Cp (Google  Yahoo  Earnings  Chart
PSPT,Peoplesupport Inc (Google  Yahoo  Earnings  Chart
RAH,Ralcorp Holdings Inc (Google  Yahoo  Earnings  Chart
RIGL,Rigel Pharmaceuticals Inc (Google  Yahoo  Earnings  Chart
RMIX,U.S. Concrete Inc (Google  Yahoo  Earnings  Chart
RSO,Resource Capital (Google  Yahoo  Earnings  Chart
RSYS,Radisys Corporation (Google  Yahoo  Earnings  Chart
SBKC,Security Bank Corp Ga (Google  Yahoo  Earnings  Chart
SKY,Skyline Corp (Google  Yahoo  Earnings  Chart
SNMX,Senomyx Inc (Google  Yahoo  Earnings  Chart
SOLF,Solarfun Power Holdings Co Ltd (Google  Yahoo  Earnings  Chart
SPAR,Spartan Motors Inc (Google  Yahoo  Earnings  Chart
SPWR,SunPower Corp (Google  Yahoo  Earnings  Chart
SUPX,Supertex Inc (Google  Yahoo  Earnings  Chart
SWC,Stillwater Mining Co (Google  Yahoo  Earnings  Chart
SWSI,Superior Well Services Inc (Google  Yahoo  Earnings  Chart
SYNT,Syntel Inc (Google  Yahoo  Earnings  Chart
TRGL,Toreador Resources Corp (Google  Yahoo  Earnings  Chart
TWTC,Time Warner Telecom Inc (Google  Yahoo  Earnings  Chart
TXCO,Txco Resources Inc (Google  Yahoo  Earnings  Chart
UFPT,Ufp Technologies Inc (Google  Yahoo  Earnings  Chart
VCI,Valassis Communications (Google  Yahoo  Earnings  Chart
VLTR,Volterra Semiconductor Corp (Google  Yahoo  Earnings  Chart
WAL,Western Alliance Bancorporation (Google  Yahoo  Earnings  Chart
WCI,Wci Communities (Google  Yahoo  Earnings  Chart
WMG,Warner Music Group Corp (Google  Yahoo  Earnings  Chart
WRES,Warren Resources Inc (Google  Yahoo  Earnings  Chart
YGE,Yingli Green Energy Hlds Co (Google  Yahoo  Earnings  Chart