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You can read the original version online: ——————————————————————————– January 27, 2013 Week In Review…

Week In Review For January 21, 2013 to January 25, 2013 Canadian Technical Penny Stocks To Watch This Week:

* Cascades Inc. (TSX:CAS) * Novagold Resources Inc. (TSX:NG) U.S. Technical Penny Stocks To Watch This Week:

* ALJ Regional Holdings Inc. (OTCBB:ALJJ) * PLX Technology Inc. (NASDAQ:PLXT) * Cellceutix Corporation (OTCBB:CTIX) This week on

* Article Published, January 23, 2013: Boeing Battery Fires Spark Need for Clarity on Lithium Ion Batteries ( (CDN / U.S. Company) * Article Published, January 23, 2013: Shares of Cereplast Soar Over 300 Percent in Two Days as Company Avoids Default ( (U.S. Company) * Article Published, January 25, 2013: Terra Tech Positioned to Capitalize as Hawaii and Other States Consider Legalizing Marijuana ( (CDN Company) Video charts for the week:

* January 23rd Technical Video Chart For NG:CA. The Novagold chart is in a channel between $4 and $5, but trying to hold the upper half of the channel. A break of the $5 resistance could lead to a run towards resistance in the area of $6.25. view:

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* January 24th Technical Video Chart For TRTC. TThe Terra Tech chart is again holding a solid support at 40 cents after a retracement from a run to hit 57 cents. The indicators are neutral as the stock is rising off the support, giving hints that another run at the resistance may be in the works. view:

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WEEKLY UPDATE -STOCKS NOT TO BE DENIED, S&P 500 AT 5-YEAR HIGH North American stocks by large kept surging upward again last week.

Stocks on the U.S. side took Monday off in observance of Martin Luther King Jr. Day, but hit the ground running on Tuesday. There was little US economic data delivered last week with news of the housing market pausing in December being overshadowed by the large yearly advances in housing sales and prices. The only other news from Washington showed the lines at the unemployment office were the shortest that they`ve been in five years, giving the markets more reason to continue to push near all-time highs.

Adding four straight green closes for the Dow Jones Industrial Average last week, the Dow has risen in six straight sessions and 12 of the last 13 days. The Dow is at its highest level since October 2007, a month before the “Great Recession” started. The S&P 500 has climbed in eight straight sessions to break above 1,500 and now also sits at its highest level since late 2007. The Nasdaq got a big drag from Apple disappointing investors with its earnings, sending it lower on Thursday, but still notched gains for the fourth straight week and is only about 45 points from its highest level since late in 2000. The TSX Composite continued its run that started in mid-November, including hitting its highest level since August 2011. The smaller Venture exchange was the only laggard amongst major exchanges, slipping for the second straight week.

This past week was all about earnings, plain and simple. News outside of financial reports was scant. Through Friday, 174 companies in the S&P 500 have reported with 68 percent of those companies beating analyst predictions. Only 18 percent have delivered an earnings miss with the other 14 percent bringing earnings in-line with estimates.

The hefty ratio of companies beating the street has poured gasoline on the roaring fire of equities.

In Canada, Finance Minister Jim Flaherty said that he expects to choose a successor to central bank Governor Mark Carney in April.

Flaherty said that he is scavenging the globe to find the right candidate to run the Bank of Canada when Carney heads across the pond this spring to assume the position of Governor of the Bank of England.

Also in the banking arena, Canada`s central bank warned that economic growth has been weaker than anticipated and that there doesn`t appear to be any need to rush in raising interest rates in the near term, a different view from what was said last month.

Investors also rallied around news from China that showed the country is heading for a soft landing with its slowing economy. Data has been starting to trickle in showing the the world`s second biggest economy is gaining some strength again. The preliminary reading of HSBC`s monthly purchasing managers` index rose for the fifth straight month in January. The PMI increased to 51.9 in January from 51.5 in December. Readings above 50 indicate expansion in the manufacturing sector.

Last week also marked the second inauguration of President Barrack Obama on Monday`s market holiday. The other news that hit from Washington was the House of Representatives passing a three-month extension of the debt limit. The bill, known as the “No Budget, No Pay Act of 2013,” directs the Senate and the House to adopt a new budget for 2014 by April 15th. If either chamber doesn`t pass a budget by that day, then the paychecks for everyone in the chamber will be put into an escrow account until a budget is passed. Not that missing a paycheck will do much damage to the politicians, but it does provide a little incentive.

This coming week is looking like a toss-up as economic data comes pouring in steadily from the States, including plenty of statistics that are generally considered “market moving,” such as gross domestic product and heavily-watched readings on manufacturing activity. This information is going to be coupled with another heavy dose of earnings reports that are generally expected to continue the trend of topping estimates. If indeed earnings reports stay strong and economic data shows a growing US economy, it could be a banner week for equities…but, if the data is worse-than-forecast, the run that is getting a little over-extended could give way to some serious profit taking.

The US dollar made a huge move against the Canadian dollar as the loonie fell under heavy pressure when the Bank of Canada signaled that interest rates will remain at historic lows for the foreseeable future. A shift below parity with its US counterpart occurred for the first time since mid-November with the news. The USD wasn`t particularly strong itself, except against the Canadian currency, with the ICE dollar index, which measures the USD against a basket of major currencies, falling 0.36 percent. On the week, Canada`s dollar gave-up 1.40%, or $0.014085, against the greenback, meaning next week will begin with one Canadian dollar buying US$0.994115.

Commodity Snapshot:

* Gold futures continued to keep a neutral to bearish look, falling three straight days heading into the weekend as investors aren`t showing confidence in the precious metal as a safe haven asset.

Aiding in the sell-off was news from Germany, the second largest economy in Europe, that business confidence increased more than forecast in January, taking a little more luster off gold. US jobless claims dropping to five-year lows also dampened gold sentiment.

Economic data showing strengthening economies makes investors re-think gold purchases as stronger economies can mean less monetary easing.

February contracts were the most actively traded last week, losing $28.30 per ounce, or 1.68%, to $1,656.60.

* Silver futures tumbled alongside gold with sharp drops on Thursday and Friday, but are still outgaining their higher priced cousin so far in the new year. Silver has not been able to decouple from gold prices with its appeal as a hedge against inflation virtually non-existent at the moment, but steady data showing strengthening manufacturing in China (a leading silver consumer) not giving it a lift either to break and hold above $32 per ounce. Silver for March delivery was the most actively traded; giving up 2.11%, or $0.674, to $31.206 per ounce.

* Copper prices waded in and out of positive territory on cues of strengthening global economies, especially China, the world`s largest copper consumer. The industrial metal is very susceptible to macroeconomic conditions because of its use in everything from phones to cars to construction supplies. Investors seemed to lock-in gains over the past six weeks and take a risk aversive strategy with commodities in favor of equities that continued to rally. March contracts were the most actively traded on New York`s COMEX exchange during the week; edging lower by 2.45 cents, or 0.67%, to $3.6520 per pound.

* Oil prices fluctuated back and forth all week as well, flirting with $97 per barrel on several occasions before ending the week relatively flat. HSBC`s, so-called “flash” manufacturing index rising to 24-month highs helped bolster investors` appetites for oil to recover from a 1.5 percent sell-off on Wednesday after higher-than-expected inventories squashed on supply concerns. The American Petroleum Institute`s weekly report showed that crude inventories rose by 3.2 million barrels, much higher than the 2.0 million barrel increase that was anticipated. On the week, March contracts for West Texas Intermediate crude were the most actively traded; nudging upward by $0.04, or 0.04%, to $95.88 per barrel.

Equity Market Snapshot:

(All percentages on a weekly basis unless otherwise noted) * Major gold miners took a spanking this past week with dropping bullion prices. Kinross Gold (TSX:K, -9.21%), Yamana Gold (TSX:YRI, -4.54%), Goldcorp (TSX:G, -2.77%), Barrick Gold (TSX:ABX, -2.16%), Newmont Mining (TSX:NMC, -2.55%) and Agnico-Eagle Mines (TSX:AEM, -7.82%) all moved lower.

* Aurizon Mines Ltd. (TSX:ARZ, -2.80%) encouraged shareholders to reject a hostile $780-million in cash and share takeover bid by Alamos Gold Inc. (TSX:AGI, -5.53%). Aurizon`s board has adopted a shareholder rights plan to hold-off the takeover attempt and buy some time to pursue other alternatives.

* Energy plays were mixed with oil`s flat week. Exxon Mobil (NYSE:XOM, +1.02%), Imperial Oil Ltd. (NYSE:IMO, +1.86%), Canadian Natural Resources (NYSE:CNQ, +1.75%) and Suncor Energy (NYSE:SU, +0.41%) advanced, while Cenovus Energy (NYSE:CVE, -0.33%) and Talisman Energy (NYSE:TLM, -3.63%) slipped lower.

* Pacific Rubiales Energy Corp. (TSX:PRE, +3.98%) rose on news that it discovered oil at the Kangaroo-1 exploration well offshore Brazil, where it holds a 35% stake in the well.

* The biggest of banks in the US were again solid performers.

Goldman Sachs Group (NYSE:GS, +0.01%), JPMorgan Chase (NYSE:JPM, +1.51%), Wells Fargo & Co. (NYSE:WFC, +0.60%), Bank of America (NYSE:BAC, +4.31%), Citigroup (NYSE:C, +3.00%) and UBS AG (NYSE:UBS, +1.10%) all climbed. XLF (NYSE:XLF, +1.87%), the financials select sector SPDR that tracks the financial stocks in the S&P 500, continued to hit multi-year highs.

* Canada`s biggest banks trekked upward alongside US peers. Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce (TSX:CM, +0.67%), The Bank of Nova Scotia (TSX:BNS, +1.07%), Bank of Montreal (TSX:BMO, +1.46%), National Bank of Canada (TSX:NA, +0.81%), Toronto-Dominion Bank (TSX:TD, +0.76%) and Royal Bank of Canada (TSX:RY, +0.58%) all grew taller.

* Of course, we can`t possibly cover all of the earnings reports that hit the wires last week, but a few of the notables include:

* Apple, Inc. (NASDAQ:AAPL, -12.02%) was a headliner last week by falling to its lowest level since last January. Now the FORMER biggest public company in the world because last week`s losses allowed Exxon to move back into the number one slot, the company posted record quarterly revenue of $54.4 billion and net profit of $13.08 billion, $13.81 per share in fiscal Q1 2013. The company has been under scrutiny lately with analysts questioning its ability to sustain its growth path and those concerns were re-ignited as Apple forecast revenue of $41 billion to $43 billion for the first quarter, below analyst predictions of $45.6 billion in sales.

* Dow component Verizon (NYSE:VZ, +0.31%) said that its fourth quarter net loss expanded to $4.23 billion, or $1.48 per share as the company was impacted by restructuring charges and expenses related to Hurricane Sandy. The company was also discussed as much for its association with Apple as it was its losses. The telecom Company said that it activated 6.2 million iPhones during the fourth quarter, with almost half of them the new iPhone 5.

* Research in Motion (NASDAQ:RIMM, +10.73%) enjoyed Apple`s demise as investors are honing in on this week`s unveiling of the BlackBerry 10.

Continuing its surge from lows near $6 in September, the stock got a rise from an article in a German newspaper in which RIM`s CEO said that the company is exploring the idea of licensing its handset business to rivals. Shares are up about 180 percent from the September lows.

* Google, Inc. (NASDAQ:GOOG, +6.98%) beat Wall Street analysts by posting fourth-quarter profit of $2.89 billion, or $8.62 per share, up from $2.71 billion, or $8.22 per share, in the year prior quarter.

Revenue climbed to $11.34 billion in the latest quarter. On an adjusted basis, profits equaled $10.65 per share, topping analyst expectations of $10.47 per share.

* International Business Machines (NYSE:IBM, +5.40%) reported strong fourth quarter earnings that topped analyst predictions. Big Blue reported adjusted net income of $6.1 billion, or $5.39 per share, on $29.3 billion in sales. Analysts expected $29.1 billion in revenue and EPS of $5.25.

* Canadian National Railway Co.(TSX:CNR, +1.09%), Canada`s biggest rail carrier, reported higher fourth-quarter profits on a gain in freight volumes and more efficient operations. The company, said it earned C$610 million, or C$1.41 a share, in the quarter, up from C$592 million, or C$1.32, a year earlier.

* Netflix (NASDAQ:NFLX, +70.98%) was perhaps the big board play of the week as it crushed analyst estimates by swinging a fourth quarter profit, sending shares flying to to 16-month highs. The Los Gatos, California-based company reported a quarterly profit of $7.9 million, or 13 cents per share, on revenue of $945 million, an 8 percent increase from $875.6 million in the year prior quarter. Analysts were expecting Netflix to lose 12 cents per share on revenue of sales of $934.7 million.

* Cisco Systems Inc. (NASDAQ:CSCO, +0.64%) said that it is selling its home networking business unit, which includes the Linksys brand, to privately-held Belkin International Inc. Terms of the sale were not disclosed. The deal is expected to close in March 2013.

* Shares of Agrium, Inc. (TSX:AGU, +8.25%) rose for the fourth week in a row after the fertilizer maker raised its profit forecast to just above $2 per share from original guidance of $1.50 – $1.90 per share, citing strong demand amid robust grains and oilseed prices. Potash Corp. of Saskatchewan (TSX:POT, +6.81%) also moved higher on the news from its rival.

* Procter & Gamble (NYSE:PG, +4.73%) shares helped the Dow higher as the company topped earnings expectations and raised its outlook for earnings and share repurchases in 2013. For the October-through-December quarter, the world`s largest consumer products maker earned $4.06 billion, or $1.39 per share, up from $1.69 billion, or 57 cents per share, in the same quarter last year.

Excluding items, earnings per share were $2.22, far exceeding expectations of $1.11 per share. Sales rose by 2 percent to $22.18 billion, ahead of the $21.86 billion thought by analysts.

* Shares of Dell Inc. (NASDAQ:DELL, +2.49%) advanced after CNBC reported that Microsoft (NASDAQ:MSFT, +2.31%) was in talks with private equity firm Silver Lake Partners and Dell CEO Michael Dell to invest up to $3 billion in the buyout of the embattle PC manufacturer.

* A consortium led by KingSett Capital says it will continue to build its stake in shopping mall operator Primaris Retail Real Estate Investment Trust (TSX:PMZ.UN, +1.87%). Shares of Primaris perked two weeks ago when H&R Real Estate Investment Trust (TSX:HR.UN, +2.01%) offered to buy the REIT for $28 per unit in cash, $2 more per unit than KingSett and partners had offered.

* Covidien PLC (NYSE:COV, +2.10%) reported a slight decline in first-quarter net profits, but still topped analysts. For the quarter, Covidien reported net sales of $3.06 billion, an increase of 5.5 percent from $2.90 billion in the year prior quarter. Net earnings edged lower from $494 million last year to $493 million in the latest quarter, a 0.2 percent decline. GAAP earnings per share totaled $1.03 in the Q1 fiscal 2013, up from $1.02 in Q1 fiscal 2012.

Excluding one-time items, earnings per share were $1.10 in the latest quarter, down from $1.13 in last year’s quarter. Analysts were expecting earnings per share of $1.06 on revenue of $3 billion.

Meanwhile, now that the FDA just approved Concerta extended release tablets, Covidien increased its revenue guidance for the full year 2013.

* Halliburton Co. (NYSE:HAL, +5.92%) saw shares rise on earnings that beat analysts` expectations, driven by strength in its international operations. Halliburton reported profits of $669 million, or 72 cents a share, down from $906 million, or 98 cents a share,the year prior as the company continues to experience weakness domestically. Analysts had expected per-share earnings of 61 cents.

* 3M Co. (NYSE:MMM, +1.87%) said profits rose 4.4% in the fourth quarter, driven by record sales of $7.4 billion. Net income for the quarter equaled $991 million, or $1.41 per share, compared to $954 million, or $1.35 per share, in the year prior quarter. Analysts thought revenue would be $7.2 billion and EPS would be $1.41.

* Shares of Starbucks Corp. (NASDAQ:SBUX, +3.65%) climbed after the coffee chain owner reported an 11 percent increase in total net revenue to $3.8 billion from $3.44 billion in the year prior quarter.

Earnings rose to $432.2 million, or 57 cents per share, from $382.1 million, or 50 cents per share, in the same period last year. The quarterly revenues and profits were the highest ever for Starbucks.

The report was basically in line with analyst expectations.

Weekly Indices Results:

The S&P TSX Composite Index churned ahead again for the sixth time in seven weeks; advancing 90.34 points, or 0.71%, to 12,816.03. The TSX Venture Exchange slipped for the second straight week; falling 8.06 points, or 0.65%, to 1,227.26.

In the States, the Dow Jones Industrial Average rose for the fourth straight week; hitting multi-year highs by gaining 246.28 points, or 1.80%, to 13,895.98. The much-broader S&P 500 followed along; adding 16.98 points, or 1.14%, to close at 1,502.96. The tech-rich NASDAQ Composite completed the green sweep in the States; appreciating by 15.00 points, or 0.48%, to 3,149.71.

Canadian Economic Data:

* StatsCan reported that wholesale sales rose 0.7% in November to $49.6 billion from October. Economists were expecting a 0.5 percent increase. The increase was largely a result of higher sales in the computer and communications equipment and supplies industry. In volume terms, wholesale sales were up 0.5%. In November, five of the seven subsectors, accounting for about two-thirds of wholesale sales, reported increases. The largest advance in dollar terms was in the machinery, equipment and supplies subsector, which grew by 1.8%.

* Canadian retail sales unexpectedly rose 0.2% to a record high of $39.4 billion in November from October on the back on consumers buying more new cars and electronics. Economists were expecting a flat reading for the month. Auto sales climbed 1.8 percent, while electronics and appliance purchases surged by 8.9 percent, aided in part by Apple`s release of the iPad mini going on sale in November.

The strong gains in those sectors offset declines in 7 of the 11 sectors.

* As most expected, the Bank of Canada held its overnight interest rate at 1 percent. Bank governor Mark Carney did surprise by saying that he expects inflation to dip below the 1 percent to 3 percent target range during the first quarter and not rise to the 2 percent range until the second half of the year. He added that a gradual reduction in monetary stimulus will be necessary between now and the end of 2014.

* Statistics Canada said the annual inflation rate held for the second straight month at 0.8% in December compared to the year prior month, as higher prices at restaurants and beef were offset by drops in mortgage-interest costs and natural gas prices. Economists had predicted a 1.2 percent climb in the overall Consumer Price Index.

December marked the first time since the fall of 2009 that the CPI registered below 1 percent in back-to-back months. Compared to November, the CPI dropped 0.6 percent, the biggest decline in a year-and-a-half.

This week, major economic data will include the Industrial Product Price Index, Raw Materials Price Index and Gross Domestic Product on Thursday.

U.S. Economic Data:

* The National Association of Realtors said that existing home sales slipped by 1 percent in December to a seasonally adjusted 4.94 million units from a downwardly revised 4.99 million units in November as inventory continues to dwindle. Sales of pre-owned houses, townhouses, condominiums and co-ops are still almost 13 percent above the 4.38 million units from the year prior period. The national median existing-home price for all housing types was $180,800 in December, 11.5 percent above December 2011. Listed inventory dropped to a 4.4 month supply, the lowest level since May 2005 when there was a 4.3 month supply.

* The U.S. Census Bureau reported that new home sales fell by 7.3 percent in December from November to a 369,000 annual rate.

Economists were anticipating a 385,000 unit annual rate for the month.

The national median new homes sales price rose 1.3 percent to $248,900. During the complete 2012 year, median sales prices rose 7.2 percent to $243,600.

* The Labor Department said that initial jobless claims for the week ended January 19 fell by 5,000 to a seasonally adjusted 330,000 rate, representing the lowest level in five years. The four-week moving average, regarded as a better gauge of labor trends because it eliminates volatility, dropped to 351,750 from 360,000 the week prior.

January is a particularly volatile time of year because of hirings during the holiday season, but the lower figures are encouraging as it shows employers retained staffs amidst concerns over the fiscal cliff and increases in employment taxes.

This week, data in the States will include Durable Goods, Pending Home Sales and the Dallas Fed Manufacturing Survey on Monday; the S&P/Case Shiller Home Price Index on Tuesday; Gross Domestic Product, results of the latest FOMC meeting and the ADP Employment Report on Wednesday; Initial Jobless Claims and Personal Income and Outlays on Thursday; and the ISM Manufacturing Index, Employment Situation, UofM/Reuters Consumer Sentiment and Construction Spending on Friday.

Technical Penny Stocks to Watch & Company Spotlight Results:

Amongst our “Daily Technical Penny Stocks to Watch,” the largest mover was PLX Technology Inc. (NASDAQ:PLXT) which was selected mid-week at $4.53. Shares rose on Thursday and closed on Friday near its high of the week of $4.80, representing a gain of 5.96 percent, of 27 cents per share, in just two days. Congratulations to all the technical traders that took notice again this past week from our technical stocks to watch program.

Our newest US spotlight, Terra Tech Corp. (OTCBB:TRTC), a leader in medical cannabis equipment manufacturing and distribution, announced the launch of its plug and play mobile hydroponic chamber, The Bloom Room. This 34’ unit is built inside a discreet 3-axle mobile car trailer, however inside is everything the discerning cultivator needs to produce high-grade medical cannabis. Their first production is being shipped to customers in Colorado, who recently passed amendment 64 for full recreational legalization. According to a survey by the National Cannabis Industry Association, the Colorado medical marijuana industry generated more than $181 million in sales since 2010. The base units start at $42,000.

It was a strong week for TRTC as the stock closed up by 12.17 percent at 47 cents. As we mentioned in our in-depth profile of the blossoming company, the chart is in a channel and looks well positioned for make a stronger move towards recent highs of 57 cents.

There is strong support at 40 cents – the lower part of the channel – and some resistance at 48 cents, but key indicators such as the Relative Strength Index and the Moving Average Convergence Divergence are signaling strengthening bullish trend and momentum through Friday`s close. We encourage our members to keep a close eye on the stock because a break of the resistance could lead to a run towards recent highs.

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