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Week In Review For April 30 to May 4, 2012 Canadian Companies mentioned include:
* Mansfield Minerals Inc. (TSX-Venture:MDR) * Canada Lithium Corp. (TSX:CLQ) * La Ronge Gold Corp. (TSX-Venture:LAR) * Columbus Gold Corp. (TSX-Venture:CGT) * Western Pacific Resources Corp. (TSX-Venture:WRP) * Asantae Holdings International Inc. (TSX-Venture:JVA) * Meadow Bay Gold Corporation (TSX:MAY) * Teryl Resources Corp. (TSX-Venture:TRC) U.S. Companies mentioned include:
* Sino Agro Food Inc. (OTCBB:SIAF) * Dividend and Income Fund, Inc. (NYSE:DNI) * AVI BioPharma Inc. (NASDAQ:AVII) * Power of the Dream Ventures Inc. (OTCBB:PWRV) * BeesFree Inc. (OTCBB:BEES) This week on AllPennyStocks.com:
* Article Published, May 1, 2012: Green Pallet Maker Receives New Order from MillerCoors (http://www.allpennystocks.com/aps_us/special_reports/257/Green-Pallet-Maker-Receives-New-Order-from-MillerCoors.htm) (U.S. Company) * Article Published, May 2, 2012: Dually-Listed Junior Miner Continues Upward Tear on Strong Drill Reports from Ontario (http://www.allpennystocks.com/aps_ca/special_reports/266/Dually-Listed-Junior-Miner-Continues-Upward-Tear-on-Strong-Drill-Reports-from-Ontario.htm)(CDN / U.S. Company) * Article Published, May 4, 2012: Junior Biotech to Start Human Trials in Quest for New Breast Cancer Treatments (http://www.allpennystocks.com/aps_us/special_reports/259/Junior-Biotech-to-Start-Human-Trials-in-Quest-for-New-Breast-Cancer-Treatments.htm) (U.S. Company) Video charts for the week:
* May 2nd Technical Video Chart For WRP:CA. The Western Pacific Resources chart has held a support level around 20 cents on two occasions as the MACD is trending back towards zero. Technical traders will be looking for the support to hold and for upward pressure to challenge the 50 dma, a signal that the chart may have found a true bottom. view: ( http://www.youtube.com/user/AllPennyStocks#p/a/u/1/coF-hhUlQQU ).
* May 2nd Technical Video Chart For DNI. The Dividend and Income Fund chart has been holding a firm uptrend since November 2011, despite sliding some in April. The chart looks to be forming a cup and handle pattern with a breakout point at resistance at $3.65.
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WEEKLY UPDATE -“SELL IN MAY” MANTRA RESONATES ACROSS MARKETS Wow, what a pitiful way to usher in May, but maybe it should have been expected. The old adage of “Sell in May and go away” could not have proved any more true than this past week. There`s a reason that sayings become sayings and the S&P 500 has proven over the last 14 years that more and more investors have incorporated the credo into their trading strategy. Over that time, May has seen a drop in 8 of the years, including large falls of 16.7%, 24.3%, 15.8% and 17.0% in 2001, 2002, 2008 and 2011, respectively. Of the six months that gains were actually notched, only once (2009) were double-digit figures attained. During this first week of May, all 10 industry groups in the S&P 500 fell except for phone stocks.
Equities had lead feet all week after mixed markets on Monday and Tuesday helped some exchanges rise on decent Chinese and U.S.
manufacturing data and upbeat earnings. Chinese PMI for April rose for the third straight month – and to its highest level in 13 months – indicating strengthening business conditions that were a drain on market sentiment throughout April. Resource plays in Canada got a boost from the data early in the week.
That sentiment was long forgotten as weak jobs data had a vicious effect on the markets heading into the weekend. The stalling in hiring new employees raised concerns of the U.S.`s future growth after GDP data the prior week came in lower than expected. As a a result, the Dow – which actually touched its highest levels since December 2007 on Tuesday – had its worst week in a month, the S&P 500 had its worst week since December and the NASDAQ had its worst tumble since November. The smaller Venture Exchange was one of the better performers in only fading less than one percent on the week as the S&P/TSX Composite joined the major U.S. exchanges in posting its worst weekly performance in nearly five months as metals and energy plays continued a sell-off.
Realistically, stocks have been bouyed the last few weeks because of much stronger than expected earnings reports in North America. So far, about 70 percent of S&P 500 companies that reported results since the start of the earnings season have topped projections, according to data compiled by Bloomberg.
The underlying caution of investors was exemplified again as traders continue to grab Treasury`s; driving the yield on the 10-year note to a three month low of 1.880 percent. Last week represented the seventh straight week of Treasury prices fading lower, the longest string of weeks since the financial fallout in 2008.
Across the pond, political uncertainty was a drag with investors aware that elections are being held in Greece and France over the weekend; keeping investors on their toes for more disarray to surface much like the turmoil that was created when French President Nicolas Sarkozy, a man integral in efforts to keep EU countries from defaulting on loans, lost an election the week prior. Polls show that Sarkozy is making-up ground on Socialist leader Francois Hollande heading into today`s elections, which coincide with parlimentary polls in Greece.
Reminding people of just how fragile the EU economy is, Spain and the United Kingdom are already in a recession and news last week showed that Europe`s unemployment rate has risen to its highest level in 15 years.
In all fairness, it should be considered that May has just begun and still has nearly four full trading weeks left in it before coming to conclusion that the month is a loss. Baseless and worn-out aphorisms play a role in investment psychology, but that does not mean that next week – and the subsequent weeks – can`t turn things around. The caveat for next week is economic data which will be very limited from the U.S., so it`s hard telling what will be a driver for market sentiment at this point.
The Canadian dollar had its largest weekly drop (-1.40%) since the week of December 16, 2011 as weak data from the U.S., its largest trade partner, sucked promise for future demand of the nation`s products. The loonie had rallied hard the week prior, but those gains were erased on soggy data from the States` labor market and worse than expected data on its own purchasing manager`s orders. Moving firmly back towards parity, next week will begin with one Canadian dollar buying US$1.00465.
* Gold futures were hampered this week following a drop in the euro, a rate decision from the European Central Bank and rising yields at another auction of Spanish debt, but did get a boost on Friday from the weak jobs report from the States to pare losses. Analysts still are conflicted as to the near term movement in bullion with a more conservative answer given by Ronald Leung, director of Lee Cheong Gold Dealers in Hong Kong, “The upside is a bit limited for a little while.
Nobody wants to enter the market.” June contracts, the most actively traded, dropped by $19.60, or 1.18%, to close at $1,645.20 per troy ounce; erasing most of the $22 gains from the week prior.
* Silver prices are continuing to flirt with lows from mid-January with Friday`s uptick narrowly keeping gold`s cousin above $30 per ounce. China has silver stockpiled and is keeping imports to a minimum which is putting additional pressure on silver outside of its normal routine of tracking gold prices. July contracts were the most actively traded, closing the week down by $0.979, or 3.12%, at $30.432.
* Copper prices had been rallying recently, but stumbled Wednesday through Friday after reports hit the wires that a leading Chinese copper smelter would begin exporting the red metal to ease global demand issues. Inventories in China, the world`s leading copper importer, currently stand at record high levels. July contracts were the most actively traded on New York`s COMEX exchange. On the week, the July contracts shaved-off $0.104, or 2.72%, to $3.721.
* Oil prices were compressed by numerous factors, including the U.S. employment stats showing a weakening economy, stockpile reports from Cushing, Oklahoma showing inventories have risen to record levels and the Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries saying that they will be beefing-up oil output in the hopes of keeping demand higher.
West Texas Intermediate crude prices crumbled under the weight of the news; dropping to its lowest levels in six months, including a 4% dive on Friday. On the week, June contracts retreated $6.44, or 6.14%, to close at $98.49 per barrel.
Equity Market Snapshot:
(All percentages on a weekly basis unless otherwise noted) * Major gold miners were under heavy pressure again with Barrick Gold (ABX, -5.49%), Kinross Gold (K, -6.19%) and Goldcorp (G, -5.08%), Newmont Mining (NMC, -1.15%), Yamana Gold (YRI, -3.03%) and Agnico-Eagle Mines (AEM, -1.42%) all shedding points on the TSX.
* Barrick Gold Corp., the world`s biggest gold producer, raised its quarterly dividend by 33% to $0.20 per share. The company`s Q1 earnings of $1.03 billion, or $1.03 per share, were up from $1 billion the year prior, but came up short of some analysts` predictions.
Revenue improved from $3 billion to $3.6 billion, largely a result of higher gold prices.
* Energy stocks were rocked with oil dropping below $100 per barrel.
Suncor Energy (NYSE:SU, -5.95%), Canadian Natural Resources (NYSE:CNQ, -6.93%), Talisman Energy (NYSE:TLM, -13.11%), Imperial Oil (NYSE:IMO, -3.54%) and Cenovus Energy (NYSE:CVE, -9.79%) all subtracting points from their totals.
* Earnings reports came in better than expected for Canadian Oil Sands Ltd. (TSX:COS, +1.39%) as the company boosted its quarterly dividend by 17% and Suncor Energy, Canada`s largest oil producer, also raised its quarterly dividend by 18%.
* Chesapeake Energy (NYSE:CHK, -1.86%), the U.S.`s second largest natural gas producer, saw its shares tumble from its intraweek high after shocking investors with a net loss of $71 million in the first quarter and reports exposing CEO Aubrey McClendon`s actions while running a hedge fund trading oil and gas contracts while heading-up Chesapeake. McClendon was stripped of his position as Chairman of the Board. The SEC confirmed that it will be investigating.
* Canadian Natural Resources shares took a hit as it beat estimates on revenue ($3.53 billion vs. $3.11 billion), but missed on earnings per share ($0.27 per share vs. $0.42 per share).
* The biggest energy news of the week was delivered by Sunoco (NYSE:SUN, +22.78%) when the company said that it has agreed to be bought by Energy Transfer Partners LP (NYSE:ETP, +2.53%) for $5.3 billion. Holders of Sunoco will receive $50.13 per share, comprised of $25 in cash and 0.5245 common units of ETP, a 23 percent premium to Sunoco`s closing price on April 27th.
* Banks were not immune from the broad market retracement. Majors Goldman Sachs Group (NYSE:GS, -4.74%), JP Morgan Chase (NYSE:JPM, -3.67%), Bank of America (NYSE:BAC, -6.18%) and Citigroup (NYSE:C, -5.67%) posted losses on the week.
* On the Canadian banking front, The Bank of Nova Scotia (TSX:BNS, -3.17%), Toronto-Dominion Bank (TSX:TD, -2.18%), Royal Bank of Canada (RY, -3.63%) and Bank of Montreal (BMO, -2.65%) all drifted lower with the U.S. peers.
* Manulife Financial (TSX:MFC, -7.26%) epitomized trader`s sentiment late in the week as shares doffed-off points despite it reporting first quarter profits of $0.54 cents per share (50% higher than analysts predicted) and record insurance sales in Asia.
* Stateside, Prudential Financial (NYSE:PRU, -13.82%), the second largest insurer in the country, was one of the worst performers in the S&P 500 as it posted a first quarter loss of a whopping $988 million, or $2.09 per share, compared to a gain of $539 million, or $1.10 per share, the year earlier.
* Perhaps Research In Motion Ltd. (TSX:RIM, +4.00%) should have kept its new Blackberry 10 software on the shelf. What was expected to help the company re-gain a portion of its once-dominance has been followed with a steadily falling share value.
* Keurig coffee brewer maker Green Mountain Coffee Roasters (NASDAQ:GMCR, -47.60%) shares tanked with an earnings miss and lowering its outlook for 2012. Shares closed the week at $25.10; 78.36% lower than its $115.98 highs in September 2011.
* Shares in World Wrestling Entertainment Inc. (NYSE:WWE, +10.34%) bounced off the mat after the entertainment company reported net income topped $15.3 million, or 20 cents a share, for the first quarter compared to $8.6 million, or 11 cents a share in the same quarter last year.
* Cameco Corp. (TSX:CCO, +2.33%), the world`s second largest uranium producer, reported a 45% increase in quarterly profit. The Saskatoon-based company earned $132 million, or $0.33 per share, in the latest quarter; up from $91 million, or $0.23 per share a year earlier.
* Shares of Dolby Laboratories (NYSE:DLB, +12.26%) jumped after its Q2 results beat analysts` estimates and announced that Microsoft (NASDAQ:MSFT, -3.13%) will incorporate its Dolby Digital Plus in all versions of its coming Windows 8 operating system.
* WestJet Airlines (TSX:WJA, +2.0.5%), Canada`s second largest airline company, had shares rise for the sixth straight week after reporting that it selected Bombardier (TSX:BBD.B, -1.47%) to supply turboprop aircraft to the new regional carrier it is establishing as it attempts to continue to capture market from struggling Air Canada (TSX:AC.B, even).
* Shares of TripAdvisor (NASDAQ:TRIP, +9.03%) surged ahead amidst earnings news that net income mushroomed by 118% in the first quarter.
* Garmin (NASDAQ:GRMN, even), slid from highs, but did have a jump in shares after it reported that sales rose 9.6% in the first quarter to $556.6 million. Analysts were only expecting sales of $520 million as the personal navigation device maker battles to keep from losing market share to smartphone GPS programs.
* Reporting earnings for the first time as a public company, online review site Yelp, Inc. (NYSE:YELP, -2.74%) said that it incurred a net loss of $9.8 million, or $0.31 a share, in the first quarter of 2012.
The company said that it grew its customer base and expects to top Wall Street expectations for the full year. Shares are still about 50% higher than the IPO price of $15 each.
* Shares of TMX Group (TSX:X, +5.23) got a lift as the consortium of Canadian financial institutions vying to buy the operator of the Toronto Stock Exchange extended its $3.85 billion takeover offer.
* Facebook set a price range of $28 to $35 per share for its initial public offering and increased the maximum size of its offering to $13.6 billion; up from its previous $5-billion estimate.
* Also on the social front, LinkedIn (NYSE:LNKD, +6.91%) rallied after the professional networking company reported first quarter earnings and revenue that beat estimates and raised its full-year revenue outlook. The company also disclosed plans to buy presentation service SlideShare through a cash-and-stock deal valued at about $119 million.
Weekly Indices Results:
The S&P TSX Composite Index gave back all the gains from the two prior weeks;subtracting 366.52 points, or 2.99%, to 11,871.23. The TSX Venture Exchange faded, but actually outperformed its big brother by only dropping 7.66 points, or 0.54%, to 1,405.10.
In the States, the Dow Jones Industrial Average halted its winning streak at two weeks; depreciating by 190.04 points, or 1.44%, on the week to 13,038.27. The much-broader S&P 500 took a pummeling; shrinking its total by 34.26 points, or 2.44%, to close at 1,269.10.
The tech-rich NASDAQ Composite paced all the laggards; unleashing 112.86 points, or 3.68%, to 2,956.34 on the week.
Canadian Economic Data:
* Talk of the Bank of Canada starting to raise key interest rates suffered a setback as Statistics Canada reported that the Canadian economy shrunk by 0.2 percent in February. The nation`s number crunchers cited the slide in GDP as a result of temporary factors such as closures in the mining sector (potash mines in Saskatchewan and base metal mines in Ontario in particular) and other goods-producing industries. The year-over-year figures also highlighted sluggish growth, recording a 1.6 percent climb; its weakest rate since January 2010. The decline in February raises concerns that Q1 GDP will come up well-short of the 2.5% growth rate that was originally forecast by the Bank of Canada.
* The Ivey Purchasing Managers Index took an unexpectedly large fall in April; registering a 52.7 reading following a 63.5 mark in March.
Economists were expecting a drop, but only to 61. The flop in purchasing activity suggests that the second quarter has gotten off to a very slow start, though growing tepidly, as analysts debate whether overstuffed inventories were responsible for the ordering shortcomings during the month. Readings above 50 indicated expansion in purchasing.
* Statistics Canada issues its jobs report for April which suggests that Canada only added 7,000 jobs in April which will probably result in an uptick in unemployment to 7.3 percent after a drop from 7.4 percent in February to 7.2 percent in March. In March 82,300 jobs were added. Economists had called for the unemployment rate to remain unchanged at 7.2 per cent, and job creation of 10,000 new positions.
Next week, the economic data slate will include Building Permits on Monday; Housing Starts on Tuesday; the New Housing Price Index and International Merchandise Trade updates on Thursday; and Labor Force Survey/Unemployment rate on Friday.
U.S. Economic Data:
* The Institute for Supply Management said that its index of non-manufacturing activity – a measure of all sectors outside of manufacturing, including retail, construction, financial service, health care and hotels – dropped to 53.5 in April from 56 in March.
Any reading above 50 indicates expansion. While slow, the expansion during the month is the 28th consecutive month of growth.
* The ISM`s manufacturing index showed that U.S factory activity grew in April for the 33rd straight month and at the fastest pace in 10 months. The index registered 54.8 percent in April, an increase of 1.4 percentage points when compared with March’s reading of 53.4 percent.
* Payroll processor ADP`s report on non-farm employment changes showed that private employers added only 119,000 jobs in April, its smallest growth in seven months. The lackluster figure came in well below economists` expectations for a gain of 177,000 positions.
* The Labor Department said that seasonally-adjusted claims for initial jobless benefits fell 27,000 to 365,000 from an upwardly revised previous week in the week ended April 28. It was the largest weekly drop in claims since May of 2011. Claims also were at their lowest since the March 31 week and were well below the 380,000 expected by economists. The four-week moving average, generally regarded as a better gauge because it strips-out volatility, gained 750 to 383,500.
* Unemployment dropped in April to 8.1 percent from 8.2 percent in March, which would generally be regarded as a good thing, but the decrease was primarily attributed to workers simply stopping to look for jobs. Those not in the labor force are not counted in unemployment statistics. U.S. nonfarm payrolls climbed 115,000, the smallest gain in six months, after a revised 154,000 rise in March, according to the Labor Department figures showed today in Washington. Analysts were calling for a 163,000 advance.
Next week, data in the States will be relatively thin on market moving economic data with International Trade info and Initial Jobless Claims on Thursday; and Producer Price Index and Consumer Sentiment on Friday.
Penny Stocks to Watch & Company Spotlight Results:
Among the stocks we watched this week, mineral explorer Mansfield Minerals Inc. (TSX-Venture:MDR) touched its intraweek high of $0.67 on both Monday and Tuesday, but dropping to close the week at $0.58; down by 7 cents, or 10.77%. The other stock we had on radar, miner Canada Lithium Corp. (TSX:CLQ) also moved ahead immediately, but lost traction; closing the week down by 6.5 cents, or 11.61%, at $0.495 with an intraweek high of $0.57.
In the States, financial fund company Dividend and Income Fund, Inc.
(NYSE:DNI) rose to intraweek highs of $3.66 on Monday before tapering off some to close the week down by $0.06, or 1.66%, at $3.55. The other U.S. stock on our watchlist, consumer goods company Sino Agro Foods Inc. (OTCBB:SIAF) climbed steadily to an intraweek high of $0.87 on Wednesday before giving the gains back with the general markets to close the week down by 8.9 cents, or 11.41%, at $0.69.
If you`d invested in all four stocks and held them to the end, you`d have seen an average loss of 8.87%. However, if you`d bought all four at the beginning of the week and sold each at its peak, you`d have realized gains of 4.48%.
Next week, we focus on La Ronge Gold Corp. (TSX-Venture:LAR) and Columbus Gold Corp. (TSX-Venture:CGT). In the States, look for big things from AVI BioPharma Inc. (NASDAQ:AVII) and Power of the Dream Ventures Inc. (OTCBB:PWRV).
Amongst our Corporate Spotlights, our latest Canadian spotlight Western Pacific Resources Corp. (TSX-Venture:WRP) took off right after our spotlight despite the broad market sell-off this week, especially among fellow miners. Shares of V.WRP rose sharply by 26.09% on increased volume this past week and closed near the weekly high. We encourage our investors to continue to watch developments with this Company and watch to see if the share price action from this past week will continue into this upcoming week.
Asantae Holdings International Inc. (TSX-Venture:JVA), another recent Company spotlight, reported robust growth in several key areas for April 2012. Amongst other things in April, over 4400 total units were sold of its core RealW8™ product, an increase of 22% over March and a 319% increase in monthly unit sales since the beginning of 2012.
Total Auto Ship (recurring) orders, an important gauge of retention and the health of the repeat consumption base of the business, are up 18% in April over March and have increased 142% since the beginning of 2012.
Meadow Bay Gold Corporation (TSX:MAY) reported that it received strong assay results from its Atlanta Gold Mine Project, Lincoln County, Nevada. The latest results were the final assays from a 2011 drill program and included cuts of 21.34 meters grading 2.77 g/t gold and 25.91 meters grading 1.07 g/t gold. Robert Dinning, CEO commented, “Now that we have received all of the remaining assays from the 2011 program, we can turn our focus to our plans for 2012. These include our next rounds of definition and exploration drilling as well creating a new NI 43-101 compliant resource estimate.” BeesFree, Inc. (OTCBB:BEES) announced that the Italian Experimental and Animal Prophylaxis Institute, a government agency operating within the framework of the National Health Service, will be conducting an extensive laboratory and field project to test the effectiveness of BeesFree Inc.`s patent-pending technology. BeesFree is clearly garnering international attention for its revolutionary technology and products to help combat Colony Collapse Disorder and should remain on investors radar for significant revenues to start lining corporate coffers as agencies across the globe are validating their products.
Lastly, Teryl Resources Corp. (TSX-Venture:TRC) was the center of attention for a recent article by The Bull & Bear Magazine titled, “Intent on Replicating Strategy of $15 Million Sale of the Gil Venture to Kinross Gold.” The excerpt of the article starts here:
A 20-year relationship with mining giant Kinross Gold paid off handsomely in December when Teryl Resources Corp. (TSX.V: TRC; OTCBB:
TRYLF; Frankfurt: TRZ) sold its 20% working interest in the Gil Venture gold property to Kinross Gold’s subsidiary, Fairbanks Gold Mining Inc., for $15 million plus ongoing royalties.
With a $2.5 million down payment in hand, another $1.5 million to be paid on commencement of production, and a guarantee of significant future net smelter income from production, Teryl is in an undeniably enviable financial position.
Under the terms of the agreement, Teryl will earn a 1%royalty of net smelter returns until $15 million is received and thereafter a 0.5% royalty of net smelter returns for the remainder of the life of the Alaskan mine.
“The stress and constant challenge of raising money is gone,” says Teryl President and CEO John Robertson. “We are in an excellent position to focus on developing our other properties in Alaska and British Colombia.” To read the full article, investors are encouraged to go to the Bull & Bear website link located here: http://www.thebullandbear.com/bb-reporter/pdf/Teryl.pdf ————————- Forward Looking Statements This report includes forward-looking statements that reflect the mentioned companies current expectations about its future results, performance, prospects and opportunities. the mentioned companies has tried to identify these forward-looking statements by using words and phrases such as “may,” “will,” “expects,” “anticipates,” “believes,” “intends,” “estimates,” “plan,” “should,” “typical,” “preliminary,” “we are confident” or similar expressions. These forward-looking statements are based on information currently available and are subject to a number of risks, uncertainties and other factors that could cause the mentioned companies actual results, performance, prospects or opportunities to differ materially from those expressed in, or implied by, these forward-looking statements. These risks, uncertainties and other factors include, without limitation, the Company`s growth expectations and ongoing funding requirements, and specifically, the Company`s growth prospects with scalable customers, and those outlined above. Other risks include the Company`s limited operating history, the Company`s history of operating losses, consumers` acceptance, the Company`s use of licensed technologies, risk of increased competition, the potential need for additional financing, the terms and conditions of any financing that is consummated, the limited trading market for the Company`s securities, the possible volatility of the Company`s stock price, the concentration of ownership, and the potential fluctuation in the Company`s operating results.
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