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Week In Review For January 7, 2013 to January 11, 2013 Canadian Technical Penny Stocks To Watch This Week:
* Critical Elements Corp. (TSX-Venture:CRE) U.S. Technical Penny Stocks To Watch This Week:
* Sierra Iron Ore Corp. (TSX-Venture:NAA) This week on AllPennyStocks.com:
* Article Published, January 7, 2013: A Steady Stream of News and Developments Pushes Soligenix Near 52 Week High (http://www.allpennystocks.com/aps_us/special-reports/323/a-steady-stream-of-news-and-developments-pushes-soligenix-near-52-week-high.htm) (U.S. Company) * Article Published, January 8, 2013: Mobile Technologies Becoming More Prevalent With Even Bigger Revenue Growth Potential (http://www.allpennystocks.com/aps_us/special-reports/324/mobile-technologies-becoming-more-prevalent-with-even-bigger-revenue-growth-potential.htm) (U.S. Company) * Article Published, January 8, 2013: Kiska Selling Thorn Property to Brixton Metals for Cash and Shares (http://www.allpennystocks.com/aps_ca/special-reports/320/kiska-selling-thorn-property-to-brixton-metals-for-cash-and-shares.htm) (CDN Company) * Article Published, January 9, 2013: LED Medical Diagnostics Helping More Americans Prevent Oral Cancer (http://www.allpennystocks.com/aps_ca/special-reports/321/led-medical-diagnostics-helping-more-americans-prevent-oral-cancer.htm) (CDN Company) Video charts for the week:
* January 9th Technical Video Chart For PRB:CA. The Probe Mines chart is making a large cup and handle pattern with the consolidation portion of the pattern happening now. Support is established around $1.80 with the breakout point at resistance at $2.30. Should a breakout happen, the next major resistance is at 52-week highs at $2.85. view:
( http://www.youtube.com/user/AllPennyStocks#p/a/u/1/WLT4vSdcTVg ).
* Januaray 9th Technical Video Chart For FLOW. The Flow International chart busted through resistance at $3.80 on Monday and Tuesday to continue a climb from $2.85 that began in November. Volume increased slightly on Tuesday`s climb which will have technical traders looking for continuation after the breakout. view:
( http://www.youtube.com/user/AllPennyStocks#p/a/u/1/b1O4gIF1SgY ).
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WEEKLY UPDATE -STOCKS CONTINUE CLIMB IN EARLY 2013 Last week started with a little stumble as investors docked gains from the bull run the week prior as the US averted the so-called fiscal cliff, sending the North American markets sprinting upward. The modest retracement early in the week was left behind with mid and late-week strength that took several major exchanges to long-term high levels as positive sentiment about the US budget and decent earnings reports buoyed equities. The Dow Jones closed the week near three-month highs; The S&P 500 had its highest closing price on Friday since December 2007; the TSX Composite closed at its highest level since February 2012; and the TSX-Venture closed ahead for its third consecutive week.
There is still a battle ahead regarding the fiscal cliff as US regulators pushed-off making a decision on spending cuts until March 1, but for now, investors seem comfortable with the situation.
Concerns are still there as the country is pushing on the debt ceiling and must make a decision to raise the ceiling or make drastic cuts to not exceed its spending limit in the next 30 to 45 days. If the debt ceiling problem isn`t corrected, the US could be faced with not having enough capital to pay its bills. Given the seriousness of the situation, it is expected that a deal will be reached, even if at the last moment.
Instead of fretting over the US budget and debt ceiling, investors turned their attention to economic data from China and the unofficial launch of the latest earnings season with economic data from Washington being light last week. A series of blue chip companies beat earnings estimates, putting the earnings season on firm footing to meet analyst expectations of increases in the fourth quarter from S&P 500 companies after a cumulative loss of 1 percent in earnings in the third quarter of 2012. S&P Capital IQ is predicting a 3.3% earnings increase index-wide, while FactSet Research is calling for a 2.4% rise year-over-year for the quarter.
China made a major market splash on Thursday when its posted a whopping 14.1 percent increase in exports in December compared to the year prior month, the biggest rise since May. Economists were only expecting a 5 percent increase. Investors cheered the jump in exports and interpreted the data as a clear sign that the world`s second largest economy is gaining steam after nearly two years of slowing growth. The mood from China was tempered on Friday as the country`s National Bureau of Statistics reported that consumer prices accelerated in December to 2.5 percent from the November`s 2 percent, sparking concerns that the Chinese government may scale-back monetary easing policy as a means of controlling inflation.
On Sunday of last week, global central bankers softened the rules requiring lenders to set capital aside as part of two-year old Basel III regulations in an attempt to support a global financial recovery.
The Basel Committee on Banking Supervision`s new guidelines are seen to help corporations get their hands on much-needed capital, especially in emerging markets and in Europe where banks are not wanted to take any unnecessary risks in lending. The watered-down rules, amongst other things, tweak the definition of what constitutes “safe bank capital.” Much like before the global financial collapse, stocks and AAA-rated mortgage-backed securities once again count towards a bank`s reserve capital. The more stringent rules that were in effect were put into place after the markets crashed as a means to strengthen banks.
This week, economic data will be increasing from the States as earnings season keeps rolling ahead. This influx will likely keep investor`s attention and off of Congressional budget talks. The earnings reports have started largely in line with estimates and if economic reports – that include closely watched manufacturing info and inflation data – add support, this could be another strong week for the bulls.
The Canadian dollar put some more distance between parity with the US dollar this past week with the greenback falling hard on Thursday against the backdrop of strong Chinese trade data. The ICE dollar index, which measures the USD against a basket of world counterparts, dove 1.16% on the week with the late-week fallout, giving the loonie the upper hand. On the week, Canada`s dollar advanced 0.23%, or $0.0023, against the greenback, meaning next week will begin with one Canadian dollar buying US$1.0151.
* Gold futures finally snapped a six-week losing streak on optimism that demand from China, the world`s second largest buyer of gold, would be increasing. Last week, China reported better-than-expected trade data which boosted the value of bullion, although a portion of the gains were given back on Friday as the country on Friday posted an increase in consumer prices. Consumer prices jumping 2.5% had investors speculating about China slowing on the monetary easing policies to control inflation, which hurts the value of gold as a hedge against inflation. February contracts were the most actively traded last week, gaining $11.70 per ounce, or 0.71%, to $1,660.60.
* Silver futures also fluctuated on the guessing game of demand and Chinese austerity measures; springing ahead on Thursday and retreating on Friday. Silver prices are affected two-fold by economic data as its use as an industrial metal continues on a positive trend, but its value as a precious metal is contested by global macroeconomics.
Silver for March delivery was the most actively traded; advancing 1.54%, or $0.462, to $30.408 per ounce.
* Copper prices were without a catalyst and trading lower for five sessions until the trade data from China, the world`s biggest copper consumer, hit on Thursday. Because of its massive consumption of copper, investors closely watch economic activity in China, which is now starting to show signs of a possible rebound after seven straight quarters on GDP contraction. However, copper languished on Friday along with other metals on the rise in China`s CPI to give back Thursday`s gains and close at its lowest level since December 31.
March contracts were the most actively traded on New York`s COMEX exchange during the week; declining 3.95 cents, or 1.07%, to $3.654 per pound.
* Oil prices continued upward, including hitting a four-month high on Thursday at $94.70 with the information from China being a leading factor in appreciation that put heavy pressure on the US dollar on Thursday. A weak greenback makes oil, which is priced in the USD, less expensive for investors utilizing foreign currencies. Similar to other commodities, oil gave back a percentage of the weekly gains on Friday, fading 0.28 percent that day. On the week, February contracts for West Texas Intermediate crude were the most actively traded; rising by $0.47, or 0.50%, to $93.56 per barrel.
Equity Market Snapshot:
(All percentages on a weekly basis unless otherwise noted) * Major gold miners were mixed this past week. Kinross Gold (TSX:K, +0.54%), Yamana Gold (TSX:YRI, +4.89%) and Goldcorp (TSX:G, +2.66%) advanced, but Barrick Gold (TSX:ABX, -1.23%), Newmont Mining (TSX:NMC, -1.31%) and Agnico-Eagle Mines (TSX:AEM, -0.46%) shaved-off points.
* Barrick was stung after the Supreme Court of Pakistan cancelled a lease agreement for a copper-and-gold project being developed by a joint venture between Barrick and Chile`s Antofagasta Minerals, calling the JV`s mining lease in violation of Pakistan mine development laws. Barrick, the world`s largest gold producer, also suffered a setback as the miner ended talks to sell a controlling stake in its African Barrick Gold business to China National Gold Group, a China state-owned miner.
* First Quantum Minerals Ltd. (TSX:FM, -2.19%) said that it sent its $5.1-billion takeover offer for Inmet Mining Corp. (TSX:IMN, -3.08%) directly to the copper miner`s shareholders. Last month, First Quantum increased its offer to $72 per Inmet share in a 50/50 cash and stock deal. To that end, Leucadia National Corporation, the largest shareholder of Inmet Mining, said that it plans to tender its shares to First Quantum. At this point, the offer is open until February 14.
* Energy plays were somewhat flat on the whole. Talisman Energy (NYSE:TLM, +2.08%), Suncor Energy (NYSE:SU, +0.15%), Exxon Mobil (NYSE:XOM, +0.73%) and Imperial Oil Ltd. (NYSE:IMO, +2.06%) forged gains, as Canadian Natural Resources (NYSE:CNQ, -0.92%) and Cenovus Energy (NYSE:CVE, -0.44%) slipped lower.
* Progress Energy Resources, the company recently acquired by Malaysia`s state-owned energy company, awarded a $5-billion contract to TransCanada Corp. (TSX:TRP, +2.52%) that will see TransCanada design, build, own and operate the proposed Prince Rupert Gas Transmission project, a pipeline slated to carry gas from northeastern British Columbia to a proposed export facility near Prince Rupert.
* The biggest of banks in the US were strong again last week.
Goldman Sachs Group (NYSE:GS, +1.95%), JPMorgan Chase (NYSE:JPM, +1.72), Wells Fargo & Co. (NYSE:WFC, +0.46) and UBS AG (NYSE:UBS, +7.59%) gained ground, while Bank of America (NYSE:BAC, -3.96%) and Citigroup (NYSE:C, -0.21%) lagged. XLF (NYSE:XLF, +0.35%), the financials select sector SPDR that tracks the financial stocks in the S&P 500, continued to hit multi-year highs.
* Wells Fargo was the first big bank to post earnings. The company said that its net interest margin, the difference between investing and lending, fell more than expected, even as its earnings rose.
Fourth-quarter profit increased to 91 cents a share from 73 cents a share in the year prior quarter. Net interest margin declined to 3.56% from 3.89% in Q4 2011.
* Bank of America was in the news with Nationstar Mortgage Holdings Inc. (NYSE:NSM, +13.69%) saying that it’s paying $1.3 billion to acquire some mortgages from BofA. Walter Investment Management Corp.
(NYSE:WAC, +7.67%) also is buying mortgages from BofA. The acquisitions stem from a $10.3 billion settlement by Bank of America with Fannie Mae to resolve claims on mortgage loans originated before December 31, 2008.
* By large, Canadian banks were flat this past week. Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce (TSX:CM, +0.90%), The Bank of Nova Scotia (TSX:BNS, +0.03%), Bank of Montreal (TSX:BMO, +0.89%) and National Bank of Canada (TSX:NA, +0.22%) nipped ahead, while Toronto-Dominion Bank (TSX:TD, -1.18%) and Royal Bank of Canada (TSX:RY, -0.28%) edged lower.
* Shares of Research In Motion (TSX:RIM, +12.32%) advanced as investors look forward to and speculate about the launch of the BlackBerry 10 system later this quarter.
* Epocrates Inc. (NASDAQ:EPOC, +21.41%) shares popped after athenahealth Inc. (NASDAQ:ATHN, +9.17%) said it would pay $293 million in cash to acquire the leading medical app maker. Epocrates self-named app is used by more than 300,000 physicians for research on drugs, interactions and more.
* Shares of Boeing Co. (NYSE:BA, -3.26%) dropped under pressure from news that the Federal Aviation Administration is launching a review of the 787 Dreamliner that has been the topic of mandatory inspections after a couple emergency landings for mechanical problems in recent weeks.
* Indian software developer Infosys Ltd. (NYSE:INFY, +22.35%) saw shares run upon posting better-than-expected third-quarter net profit and boosting its outlook for annual revenue.
* Netflix Inc. (NASDAQ:NFLX, +5.53%) had shares continue a move off the bottom with news that it has struck a deal with Time Warner Inc.
(NYSE:TWX, +0.49%). Limited details of the licensing agreement were disclosed, but the video-rental firm said that serialized dramas produced by Time Warner will be available to Netflix customers, including 8 popular Warner Brothers` shows. Shares of NFLX hit $53 in September and closed this Friday at $101.29.
* Facebook Inc. (NASDAQ:FB, +10.29%) is approaching IPO prices, aided in part by JP Morgan tapping the social media giant as its Internet pick of the year for 2013 with a $35 price target and overweight rating on the company.
* Shares of Clearwire Corp. (NASDAQ:CLWR, +9.37%) rose after Dish Network Corp. (NASDAQ:DISH, -1.84%) offered a $5.15 billion bid to buy the wireless broadband company. The offer is a 15 percent premium to the offer that Sprint (NYSE:S, even) made in December to acquire Clearwire.
* Richard Branson`s Virgin Atlantic airline said that it appointed American Airlines (Pink Sheets: AAMRQ, +84.61%) executive Craig Kreeger as its new chief executive, succeeding CEO Steve Ridgway when he retires in February after 23 years of service.
* Nutrition product maker Herbalife Ltd. (NYSE:HLF, +8.16%) had a volatile week that featured a three-hour long presentation to shareholders explaining that they are not a pyramid scheme as touted by hedge fund manager and noted short-seller Bill Ackman. Ackman said that the presentation didn`t change his opinion of the company and that he is shorting $1 billion worth of the HLF shares. On the flip side, hedge fund Third Point jumped-in and took an 8% position in Herbalife.
* Air Canada (TSX:AC.B, +18.08%) had shares jump to new 16-month highs on a report that it posted record load factors in December and all of 2012. The airline said its load factor climbed 1.1% to rise to 82.1% in December and 82.7% for 2012 from 81.6% in 2011. Rival WestJet Airlines (TSX:WJA, +2.38%) also posted record numbers for December (load factor = 81.9%).
* Big box electronics retailer Best Buy Co. (NYSE:BBY, +17.34%) had its best one-day percentage gain in more than four years on Friday after releasing holiday season sales that beat expectations, even though same-store-sales dropped by 1.4% during the nine-week period.
Weekly Indices Results:
The S&P TSX Composite Index churned ahead again for the fourth time in five weeks; advancing 61.37 points, or 0.49%, to 12,602.18. The TSX Venture Exchange rumbled ahead for the third straight week; climbing 12.03 points, or 0.98%, to 1,240.25.
In the States, the Dow Jones Industrial Average pushed to its highest close since the first week of October 2012; rising by 53.22 points, or 0.40%, to 13,488.43. The much-broader S&P 500 followed along; adding 5.58 points, or 0.38%, to close at 1,472.05. The tech-rich NASDAQ Composite completed the green sweep; appreciating by 23.97 points, or 0.77%, to 3,125.63.
Canadian Economic Data:
* Canada`s Ivey purchasing managers` index expanded to a seasonally adjusted 52.8 in December from a reading of 47.5 in November, indicating purchasing activity in Canada picked-up in December.
Readings above 50.0 indicate expansion, below indicates contraction.
The prices subindex rose to 61.3, signaling higher prices than November, while the employment subindex was at 49.2, indicating that employment slipped.
* Building permits dove by 17.9 percent to $6.2 billion in November from October, marking the lowest level since January 2012, following a 15.9 percent increase in October. Economists were expecting a drop, but only about 5 percent from month to month. Building permits have been tough to gauge recently with double-digit moves in three straight months (they were down 12.7% in September). All tallied in 2012, building permits reached $74.53 billion through November, exceeding the peak in 2007 before the recession began.
* Canada Mortgage and Housing Corp. said that housing starts slowed by a modest 1.7% to an annualized 197,976 in December, narrowly topping economist predictions of a 195,000 reading. In November, 201,376 starts were reported, upwardly revised from the original 196,125 estimated in December. The December figure is the lowest level of housing starts since November 2011.
* Statistics Canada reported that the New Housing Price Index rose 0.1% in November, following a 0.2% increase in October. London paced the gainers with a 0.6% advanced in prices, while Victoria led the declines with prices slipping 0.5%. On a yearly basis, the NHPI rose 2.2% in the twelve months to November, after a 2.4% increase the previous month.
* Canada`s merchandise imports rose 2.7% in November (the fastest pace in 20 months), while exports decreased 0.9%. As a result, Canada`s trade deficit with the world mushroomed from $552 million in October to $2.0 billion in November, marking the fourth largest trade gap on record. The figures more than tripled that expectations of economists who were calling for a $600 million shortfall.
This week, major economic data will include CREA stats/MLS sales on Tuesday; International Transactions in Securities on Thursday; and the Monthly Manufacturing Survey and Employment Insurance on Friday.
U.S. Economic Data:
* The Labor Department said that initial jobless claims for the week ended January 5, 2013 rose by 4,000 to 371,000. Economists were expected a drop to 365,000. Figures from the week prior were downwardly revised from 372,000 claims to 367,000 as a more complete set of data was received. Continuing claims – or those people already receiving jobless benefits – dropped by 127,000 to a seasonally adjusted 3.109 million. Continuing claims are reported at a two-week lag.
* The Commerce Department reported that the US trade deficit widened in November by 15.8 percent to $48.73 billion from a revised $42.06 billion in October. Economists were expecting the trade gap to tighten to $41.2 billion in November. Imports jumped 3.8% to $231.28 billion, led by an increase in cell phones and related goods.
Excluding petroleum goods, the trade deficit is at its highest level since September 2007.
This week, data in the States will include the Producer Price Index and Retail Sales on Tuesday; Consumer Price Index and Industrial Production on Wednesday; Housing Starts, Initial Jobless Claims and the Philadelphia Fed Survey on Thursday.
Technical Penny Stocks to Watch & Company Spotlight Results:
Amongst our “Daily Technical Penny Stocks to Watch,” the largest mover was Novabay Pharmaceuticals Inc. (AMEX:NBY) which was listed after Tuesday`s close at $1.15 per share. A quick move happened to hit $1.23 for gains of 8 cents per share, or 6.96%, in one day before the stock settled back to a support level heading into the weekend.
Congratulations to all the technical traders that took notice of our mentioned Companies this past week.
Our latest Canadian spotlight, Sierra Iron Ore Corp.
(TSX-Venture:NAA), in conjunction with Aztec Zinc de Mexico S.A. de C.V, has initiated legal action against a neighboring company that owns and operates a mine on adjacent property to the recently optioned Mazomique property that is located south of the El Creston property.
The legal action claims that the neighboring company has illegally crossed the property lines and has been operating and extracting iron ore from the Mazomique property for resale into the market. Sierra Iron Ore has engaged the law firm of Sepulvedia Longoria for legal representation. The legal action initiated by Sierra Iron Ore is intended to gain a court ordered cease and desist order for any further mining operations conducted by the neighboring company on the Mazomique property. The legal action is also pursuing the injunction and seizure of any iron ore that has been stockpiled near the mining site or staged at the Port of Topolobampo. Additionally, the legal action is also seeking criminal charges against the principals of the neighboring company and any other parties responsible for this alleged criminal act.
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