Today’s Financial Recap

Equities were a mixed bag today with the S&P 500 and Dow Jones Industrial Average finishing in positive territory while the Nasdaq fell. Treasuries continued their rally streak, with yields on the 10-Year Note falling 4bps to 2.23%. Oil spiked higher intraday after Iran announced that it would cut production by 300,000 barrels per day, slightly outpacing the increased production from Saudi Arabia.

New home sales contracts fell from 318,000 to 313,000 after economists expected an increase to 325,000. The government cited increased new construction and a surplus of existing properties for the fall.

BATS Global Markets (BATS) attempted to IPO today before having an exchange error that caused shares to plummet from the IPO price of $16 to $0.03. Later in the day, the company decided to cancel all trades made after the stock began trading and halt trading until further notice. Shortly before the market’s close, the company announced that they were withdrawing their IPO.

Also this morning, President Obama nominated Dartmouth College President Jim Yong Kim as the next head of the World Bank.

Over the weekend, Louisiana will hold its primary elections. According to a recent poll, Rick Santorum is holding a 13% lead over Mitt Romney. Romney is currently leading the race with 16 state victories.

On Monday, the Supreme Court is expected to start three days of deliberations over whether ObamaCare is legal. Pending home sales, an updated number of monthly home sales, will also be released on Monday, with economists expecting a monthly increase of 1.0%.

Weekly ETF Newsletter

The ETF Week in Review

This twelfth trading week of 2012 comes to a close with investors analyzing the latest housing data indicating that the housing market may be a long way from a recovery.

ETFs

The CEF Municipal Income ETF (XMPT) outperformed other ETFs this week, up about 3.2%. Components of that ETF showing particular strength this week include shares of Western Asset Municipal Defined Opportunity Trust (MTT), up about 5.7% and shares of Blackrock MuniAssets Fund (MUA), up about 5.6% on the week.

And underperforming other ETFs this week is the Solar Energy ETF (KWT), down about 5.2% this week. Among components of that ETF with the weakest showing for the week were shares of Sunpower (SPWR), lower by about 13.4%, and shares of Daqo New Energy (DQ), lower by about 10.6% on the week.

Other ETF standouts this week include the KBW Insurance Portfolio (KBWI), outperforming this week with a 2.3% gain. And the Oil Services ETF (OIH) was an underperformer, falling about 4.7% this week.

EQUITIES

The S&P 500 and the Dow Jones Industrial Average were lower for the week while the Nasdaq was higher for the week in late Friday trading.

GOLD AND OIL

Crude oil futures are slightly lower this week, trading around $106.94 per barrel on Friday afternoon.

Gold futures are slightly higher this week, to $1664.59 an ounce in afternoon trading.

ECONOMY

In notable economic news this week, the Commerce Department said that new-home sales fell by 1.6% last month to a seasonally adjusted annual rate of 313,000 homes.

CORPORATE NEWS

In corporate news this week, UPS (UPS)announced plans to acquire shipper TNT for $6.9 billion.

Tiffany (TIF) announced that fourth-quarter profits fell by 1.6% to $178.4 million, or $1.39 a share, missing estimates of $1.42 a share. However, the company announced that full year earnings should $4.05 per share, ahead of estimates of $3.92 per share.

Adobe Systems (ADBE) announced that it earned $284.5 million, or 57 cents a share, on revenue of $1.045 billion in the first quarter. Analysts had expected earnings of 57 cents a share on revenue of $1.053 billion.

General Mills (GIS) announced that earnings fell by 0.2% though sales were 13% higher. The company earned $391.5 million, or 58 cents per share, for the latest fiscal quarter versus $392.1 million, or 59 cents per share in the same period last year. Adjusted earnings were 55 cents versus 56 cents, and sales were $4.12 billion versus $3.65 billion. Analysts had expected earnings of 56 cents per share on revenues of $4.09 billion.

FedEx (FDX) reported that it earned $521 million, or $1.65 per share, versus $231 million, or 73 cents per share, in the same period last year. Revenue increased by $10.56 billion from $9.66 billion in the same period last year. Analysts expected the firm to earn $1.34 per share on revenue of $10.6 billion.

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The June NASDAQ 100 closed lower due to profit taking on Friday as it
consolidates some of this winter’s rally. The mid-range close sets the stage
for a steady to lower opening on Monday. Stochastics and the RSI are overbought
but remain neutral to bullish signaling that sideways to higher prices are
possible near-term. If June extends the rally off December’s low, weekly
resistance crossing at 2797.00 is the next upside target. Closes below the
20-day moving average crossing at 2662.46 are needed to confirm that short-term
top has been posted. First resistance is Wednesday’s high crossing at 2747.75.
Second resistance is weekly resistance crossing at 2797.00. First support is
the 10-day moving average crossing at 2707.87. Second support is the 20-day
moving average crossing at 2662.46.

The June S&P 500 index closed higher due to short covering on Friday as it
consolidates some of this week’s decline. The high-range close sets the stage
for a steady to higher opening when Sunday’s night session begins trading.
However, stochastics and the RSI are overbought but are turning bearish
signaling that a short-term top might be in or is near. Closes below the 20-day
moving average crossing at 1375.49 are needed to confirm that a short-term top
has been posted. If June extends this winter’s rally, monthly resistance
crossing at 1440.70 is the next upside target. First resistance is Monday’s
high crossing at 1407.80. Second resistance is monthly resistance crossing at
1440.70. First support is the 20-day moving average crossing at 1375.49. Second
support is the reaction low crossing at 1334.80.

The Dow closed higher due to short covering on Friday as it consolidated
some of the decline off last Friday’s high. The high-range close sets the stage
for a steady to higher opening on Monday. Stochastics and the RSI are bearish
hinting that a short-term top might be in or is near. Closes below the 20-day
moving average crossing at 13,038 would confirm that a short-term top has been
posted while opening the door for a larger-degree decline into the end of
March. If the Dow renews the aforementioned rally, the 2007 high crossing at
14,198 is the next upside target. First resistance is last Friday’s high
crossing at 13,289. Second resistance is the 2007 high crossing at 14,198.
First support is the 20-day moving average crossing at 13,038. Second support
is the reaction low crossing at 12,734.
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June T-bonds closed up 25/32’s at 137-27.

June T-bonds closed higher on Friday as it extended this week’s short
covering rally. Today’s close above the 10-day moving average crossing at
137-06 signaling that a short-term low is in or is near. The high-range close
sets the stage for a steady to higher opening on Monday. Stochastics and the
RSI are turning bullish signaling that sideways to higher prices are possible
near-term. If June renews the decline off December’s high, last October’s low
crossing at 133-24 is the next downside target. Closes above the 20-day moving
average crossing at 139-09 are needed to confirm that a short-term low has been
posted. First resistance is today’s high crossing at 138-04. Second resistance
is the 20-day moving average crossing at 139-09. First support is Monday’s low
crossing at 135-05. Second support is last October’s low crossing at 133-24.

ENERGY MARKETS

May crude oil closed higher due to short covering on Friday as it
consolidated some of Thursday’s decline. The mid-range close sets the stage for
a steady opening on Monday. Stochastics and the RSI are neutral signaling that
sideways trading is possible near-term. Closes below last Thursday’s crossing
at 104.29 would confirm a downside breakout of a four-week old trading range.
If May renews this winter’s rally, the 2011 high crossing at 113.75 is the next
upside target. First resistance is this month’s high crossing at 110.95. Second
resistance is the 2011 high crossing at 113.75. First support is last
Thursday’s low crossing at 104.29. Second support is the reaction low crossing
at 98.38.

April heating oil closed higher due to short covering on Friday as it
consolidates some of this week’s decline. A late-day sell off tempered early
gains and the low-range close sets the stage for a steady to lower opening when
Monday’s session begins trading. Stochastics and the RSI remain bearish
signaling that sideways to lower prices are possible near-term. Closes below
the reaction low crossing at 316.05 would confirm a downside breakout of this
month’s trading range while opening the door for a larger-degree decline into
early April. If April renews the rally off December’s low, the 2011 high
crossing at 337.24 is the next upside target. First resistance is this month’s
high crossing at 331.65. Second resistance is the 2011 high crossing at 337.24.
First support is the reaction low crossing at 316.05. Second support is today’s
low crossing at 315.75.

April unleaded gas closed higher on Friday posting a new contract high.
Profit taking tempered early gains and the mid-range close sets the stage for a
steady opening on Monday. Stochastics and the RSI are diverging but remain
neutral to bullish signaling that sideways to higher prices are possible
near-term. If April extends the rally off December’s low, weekly resistance
crossing at 347.62 is the next upside target. Closes below the reaction low
crossing at 319.68 are needed to confirm that a short-term top has been posted.
First resistance is today’s high crossing at 342.48. Second resistance is
weekly resistance crossing at 347.62. First support is last Thursday’s low
crossing at 325.63. Second support is the reaction low crossing at 319.68.

April Henry natural gas posted an inside day with a lower close on Friday
while extending the trading range of the past two weeks. The low-range close
sets the stage for a steady to lower opening on Monday. Stochastics and the RSI
remain neutral to bullish hinting that a low might be in or is near. Closes
above the 20-day moving average crossing at 2.367 are needed to confirm that a
short-term low has been posted. If April renews the multi-year decline, monthly
support crossing at 1.960 is the next downside target. First resistance is the
20-day moving average crossing at 2.367. Second resistance is February’s high
crossing at 2.862. First support is last Tuesday’s low crossing at 2.204.
Second support is monthly support crossing at 1.960.

CURRENCIES

The June Dollar closed lower on Friday while renewing the decline off last
Thursday’s high. The low-range close sets the stage for a steady to lower
opening on Monday. Stochastics and the RSI remain bearish signaling that
sideways to lower prices are possible near-term. If June extends the decline
off last Thursday’s high, February’s low crossing at 78.42 is the next downside
target. If March renews the rally off February’s low, January’s high crossing
at 82.29 is the next upside target. First resistance is last Thursday’s high
crossing at 81.16. Second resistance is January’s high crossing at 82.29. First
support is today’s low crossing at 79.32. Second support is February’s low
crossing at 78.42.

The June Euro closed higher on Friday extending the rally off last
Thursday’s low. The high-range close sets the stage for a steady to higher
opening on Monday. Stochastics and the RSI remain bullish signaling that
sideways to higher prices are possible near-term. If June extends the rally off
last Thursday’s low, February’s high crossing at 134.94 is the next upside
target. If June renews the decline off February’s high, February’s low crossing
at 129.87 is the next downside target. First resistance is today’s high
crossing at 133.00. Second resistance is February’s high crossing at 134.94.
First support is last Thursday’s low crossing at 130.09. Second support is
February’s low crossing at 129.87.

The June British Pound closed higher on Friday while extending this week’s
trading range. The high-range close sets the stage for a steady to higher
opening on Monday. Stochastics and the RSI remain neutral to bullish signaling
that sideways to higher prices are possible near-term. If June extends the
rally off this month’s low, February’s high crossing at 1.5971 is the next
upside target. Closes below the 10-day moving average crossing at 1.5776 would
temper the near-term friendly outlook. Closes below last Monday’s low crossing
at 1.5591 would renew the decline off February’s high. First resistance is
Wednesday’s high crossing at 1.5914. Second resistance is February’s high
crossing at 1.5971. First support is the 10-day moving average crossing at
1.5776. Second support is this month’s low crossing at 1.5591.

The June Swiss Franc closed higher on Friday and above the 20-day moving
average crossing at .10966 while renewing the rally off last Thursday’s low.
The high-range close sets the stage for a steady to higher opening on Monday.
Stochastics and the RSI remain bullish signaling that sideways to higher prices
are possible near-term. If June extends the rally off last Thursday’s low,
February’s high crossing at .11213 is the next upside target. First resistance
is today’s high crossing at .11042. Second resistance is February’s high
crossing at .11213. First support is last Thursday’s low crossing at .10725.
Second support is the reaction low crossing at .10502.

The June Canadian Dollar closed higher due to short covering on Friday as it
consolidated some of this week’s decline. The high-range close sets the stage
for a steady to higher opening on Monday. Stochastics and the RSI are bearish
signaling that sideways to lower prices are possible near-term. Closes below
February’s low crossing at 99.23 would confirm a downside breakout of this
winter’s trading range while opening the door for additional weakness into
early April. If June renews this winter’s rally, the 75% retracement level of
the July-October decline crossing at 102.26 is the next upside target. First
resistance is the reaction high crossing at 101.33. Second resistance is the
75% retracement level of the July-October decline crossing at 102.26. First
support is today’s low crossing at 99.46. Second support is February’s low
crossing at 99.23.

The June Japanese Yen closed higher on Friday as it extended yesterday’s
breakout above the 10-day moving average crossing at .12040. The mid-range
close sets the stage for a steady opening on Monday. Stochastics and the RSI
are turning bullish signaling that sideways to higher prices are possible
near-term. Closes above the 20-day moving average crossing at .12179 are needed
to confirm that a short-term low has been posted. If June renews February’s
decline, the April 2011 low crossing at .11792 is the next downside target.
First resistance is the 20-day moving average crossing at .12179. Second
resistance is the reaction high crossing at .12421. First support is last
Thursday’s low crossing at .11889. Second support is the April 2011-low
crossing at .11792.

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April gold closed higher due to short covering on Friday while extending
this week’s trading range. The high-range close sets the stage for a steady to
higher opening on Monday. Stochastics and the RSI are oversold but remain
neutral to bearish signaling that additional weakness is possible near-term. If
April extends the decline off February’s high, the reaction low crossing at
1609.00 is the next downside target. Closes above the 20-day moving average
crossing at 1689.90 are needed to confirm that a short-term low has been
posted. First resistance is today’s high crossing at 1666.30. Second resistance
is the 20-day moving average crossing at 1689.90. First support is Thursday’s
low crossing at 1627.50. Second support is the 75% retracement level of the
December-February rally crossing at 1592.70.

May silver closed higher due to short covering on Friday as it consolidated
some of the decline off February’s high. The high-range close set the stage for
a steady to higher opening on Monday. Stochastics and the RSI are oversold but
remain neutral to bearish signaling that sideways to lower prices are possible
near-term. If May extends this month’s decline, the 62% retracement level of
the December-February rally crossing at 30.596 is the next downside target.
Closes above the 20-day moving average crossing at 33.541 would confirm that a
low has been posted. First resistance is the 20-day moving average crossing at
33.541. Second resistance is February’s high crossing at 37.580. First support
is Thursday’s low crossing at 31.090. Second support is the 62% retracement
level of the December-February rally crossing at 30.596.

May copper closed higher due to short covering on Friday while extending the
trading range of the past two months. The high-range close sets the stage for a
steady to higher opening on Monday. Stochastics and the RSI remain bearish
signaling that sideways to lower prices are possible near-term. If May extends
this week’s decline, February’s low crossing at 370.25 is the next downside
target. Closes below February’s low crossing at 370.25 would confirm a downside
breakout of the aforementioned trading range while opening the door for
additional weakness into early spring. If May renews the rally off this month’s
low, February’s high crossing at 399.50 is the next upside target. First
resistance is the reaction high crossing at 396.15. Second resistance is
February’s high crossing at 399.50. First support is this month’s low crossing
near 371.40. Second support is February’s low crossing at 370.25.

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May coffee closed higher due to short covering on Friday as it consolidated
some of Thursday’s decline. The high-range close sets the stage for a steady to
higher opening on Monday. Stochastics and the RSI are oversold but remain
neutral to bearish signaling that sideways to lower prices are possible
near-term. If May extends the decline off January’s high, weekly support
crossing at 17.16 is the next downside target. Closes above the 20-day moving
average crossing at 19.04 are needed to confirm that a short-term low has been
posted.

May cocoa closed higher on Friday and the high-range close sets the stage
for a steady to higher opening on Monday. Stochastics and the RSI remain
neutral to bullish signaling that sideways to higher prices are possible
near-term. Closes above January’s high crossing at 24.99 would renew the rally
off December’s low while opening the door for a possible test of the 38%
retracement level of 2011’s-decline crossing at 26.16. If May renews the
decline off this month’s high, February’s low crossing at 21.44 is the next
downside target.

May sugar closed lower on Friday as it consolidated some of this month’s
rally. The low-range close set the stage for a steady to lower opening on
Monday. Stochastic and the RSI are overbought but are turning neutral to
bearish hinting that a short-term top might be in or is near. Closes below the
20-day moving average crossing at 24.86 would confirm that a short-term top has
been posted. If May extends this rally, last October’s high crossing at 27.19
is the next upside target.

May cotton closed higher on Friday and above the 20-day moving average
crossing at 89.29. The low-range close sets the stage for a steady to lower
opening on Monday. Stochastics and the RSI are bullish signaling that sideways
to higher prices are possible near-term. If May extends this week’s rally, the
reaction high crossing at 92.74 is the next upside target. If May renews the
decline off January’s high, the 87% retracement level of the December-January
rally crossing at 86.14 is the next downside target.

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May Corn closed up 2-cents at 6.46 1/2.

May corn closed higher due to short covering on Friday as it consolidated
some of this week’s decline. The mid-range close sets the stage for a steady
opening when Monday’s night session begins trading. Stochastics and the RSI
remain bearish signaling that sideways to lower prices are possible near-term.
If May extends this week’s decline, the December-January uptrend line crossing
near 6.32 3/4 is the next downside target. Closes above the 10-day moving
average crossing at 6.56 1/2 would temper the near-term bearish outlook. Closes
above Monday’s high of 6.75 3/4 are needed to renew this year’s rally and would
open the door for a test of last November’s high crossing at 6.83 1/4. First
resistance is the 10-day moving average crossing at 6.56 1/2. Second resistance
is Monday’s high crossing at 6.75 3/4. First support the December-January
uptrend line crossing near 6.32 3/4. Second support is the reaction low
crossing at 6.31 3/4.

May wheat closed up 8-cents at 6.54 1/4.

May wheat closed higher due to short covering on Friday as it consolidated
some of this week’s decline. The high-range close sets the stage for a steady
to higher opening when Monday’s night session begins trading. Stochastics and
the RSI are neutral to bearish signaling that sideways to lower prices are
possible near-term. Closes below the reaction low crossing at 6.33 1/2 would
open the door for a possible test of February’s low crossing at 6.28 later this
month. Closes above the reaction high crossing at 6.77 3/4 would open the door
for a test of February’s high crossing at 6.96. First resistance is the
reaction high crossing at 6.77 3/4. Second resistance is February’s high
crossing at 6.96. First support is the reaction low crossing at 6.33 1/2.
Second support is February’s low crossing at 6.28.

May Kansas City Wheat closed up 10 1/2-cents at 6.94 1/2.

May Kansas City wheat closed higher on Friday as it consolidating the
decline off last Friday’s high. The high-range close sets the stage for a
steady to higher opening on Monday. Stochastics and the RSI are diverging but
remain neutral to bearish signaling that sideways to lower prices are possible
near-term. If May extends this month’s decline, January’s low crossing at 6.60
is the next downside target. Closes above the 20-day moving average crossing at
6.94 3/4 would temper the near-term bearish outlook. First resistance is the
20-day moving average crossing at 6.94 3/4. Second resistance is this month’s
high crossing at 7.22 1/2. First support is Thursday’s low crossing at 6.68
1/2. Second support is January’s low crossing at 6.60.

May Minneapolis wheat closed up 10 1/4-cent at 8.17 1/4.

May Minneapolis wheat closed higher on Friday as it consolidated some of the
decline off March’s high. The high-range close sets the stage for a steady to
higher opening when Monday’s night session begins to trade. Stochastics and the
RSI are oversold but remain neutral to bearish signaling that sideways to lower
prices are possible near-term. If May extends this month’s decline, February’s
low crossing at 7.81 1/4 is the next downside target. Closes above last
Friday’s high crossing at 8.26 are needed to confirm that a short-term low has
been posted. First resistance is last Friday’s high crossing at 8.26. Second
resistance is this month’s high crossing at 8.44 1/2. First support is
Thursday’s low crossing at 7.95. Second support is February’s low crossing at
7.81 1/4.

SOYBEAN COMPLEX

May soybeans closed up 16 1/4-cents at 13.65 3/4.

May soybeans closed higher on Friday as it rebounds off the 20-day moving
average crossing at 13.40 1/2. The high-range close sets the stage for a steady
to higher opening when Monday’s night session begins trading. Stochastics and
the RSI are turning neutral signaling that sideways to higher prices are
possible near-term. If May renews the rally off January’s low, the 75%
retracement level of 2011’s decline crossing at 13.80 1/2 is the next upside
target. Closes below the 20-day moving average crossing at 13.40 1/2 would
confirm that a short-term top has been posted. First resistance is Monday’s
high crossing at 13.78. Second resistance is the 75% retracement level of
2011’s decline crossing at 13.80 1/2. First support is the 20-day moving
average crossing at 13.40 1/2. Second support is Thursday’s low crossing at
13.38 1/2.

May soybean meal closed up $2.90 at $373.00.

May soybean meal closed higher on Friday renewing the rally off December’s
low. The high-range close sets the stage for a steady to higher opening on
Monday. Stochastics and the RSI are diverging but turning neutral signaling
that sideways to higher prices are possible near-term. If May renews the rally
off December’s low, the 87% retracement level of the August-December decline
crossing at 378.60 is the next upside target. Closes below the 20-day moving
average crossing at 363.40 would confirm that a short-term top has been posted.
First resistance is today’s high crossing at 374.50. Second resistance is the
87% retracement level of the August-December decline crossing at 378.60. First
support is Tuesday’s low crossing at 363.80. Second support is the 20-day
moving average crossing at 363.40.

May soybean oil closed up 92-pts. at 54.88.

May soybean oil closed higher due to short covering on Friday as it
consolidated some of the decline off last week’s high. The high-range close
sets the stage for a steady to higher opening when Monday’s night session
begins trading. Stochastics and the RSI remain bearish signaling that sideways
to lower prices are possible near-term. If May extends the aforementioned
decline, this month’s low crossing at 52.88 is the next downside target. If May
renews this year’s rally, the 62% retracement level of the 2011-decline
crossing at 56.42 is the next upside target. First resistance is last
Thursday’s high crossing at 55.70. Second resistance is the 62% retracement
level of the 2011-decline crossing at 56.42. First support is Thursday’s low
crossing at 53.66. Second support is this month’s low crossing at 52.88.

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April hogs closed down $0.37-cents at $85.02.

April hogs gapped down and closed lower on Friday extending this month’s
decline. The high-range close sets the stage for a steady to higher opening on
Monday. Stochastics and the RSI are oversold but remain neutral to bearish
signaling that sideways to lower prices are possible near-term. If April
extends this month’s decline, the 62% retracement level of 2011’s rally
crossing at 83.60 is the next downside target. Closes above the 20-day moving
average crossing at 87.36 would confirm that a short-term low has been posted.
First resistance is the 10-day moving average crossing at 86.15. Second
resistance is the 20-day moving average crossing at 87.36. First support is
today’s low crossing at 84.37. Second support is the 62% retracement level of
2011’s rally crossing at 83.60.

April cattle closed down $0.75 at 124.50.

April cattle closed lower on Monday extending the decline off February’s
high. The high-range close sets the stage for a steady to higher opening on
Monday. Stochastics and the RSI are oversold but remain neutral to bearish
signaling that additional weakness is possible near-term. If April extends this
month’s decline, December’s low crossing at 121.05 is the next downside target.
Closes above the 20-day moving average crossing at 126.83 are needed to confirm
that a low has been posted. First resistance is the 10-day moving average
crossing at 125.67. Second resistance is the 20-day moving average crossing at
126.83. First support is today’s low crossing at 123.50. Second support is
December’s low crossing at 121.05.

April feeder cattle closed down $1.17 at $152.42.

April Feeder cattle gapped down and closed lower on Friday as it extends
this month’s decline. The high-range close sets the stage for a steady to
higher opening on Monday. Stochastics and the RSI are oversold but remain
neutral to bearish signaling that additional weakness is possible near-term. If
April extends this month’s decline, the 38% retracement level of the 2011-2012
rally crossing at 148.03 is the next downside target. Closes above the 20-day
moving average crossing at 156.64 are needed to confirm that a low has been
posted. First resistance is the 10-day moving average crossing at 154.66.
Second resistance is the 20-day moving average crossing at 156.64. First
support is today’s low crossing at 151.50. Second support is the 38%
retracement level of the 2011-2012-rally crossing at 148.03.

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KW.K12  HARD RED WINTER WHEAT May 2012              694.5      10.5  +1.54
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S.K12   SOYBEANS May 2012                         1365.75     16.25  +1.20
YK.K12  SOYBEAN (MINI) May 2012                   1365.75     16.25  +1.20
GI.J12  S&P GSCI Apr 2012                          703.25      8.00  +1.15

LOSERS

KB.Y$$  CHEESE-BLOCKS Cash                           1495      -140  -8.56
DA.J12  MILK CLASS III Apr 2012                     15.68     -0.63  -3.86
LC.M12  LIVE CATTLE Jun 2012                      121.100    -1.075  -0.88
LH.N12  LEAN HOGS Jul 2012                          92.50     -0.75  -0.80
FC.K12  FEEDER CATTLE May 2012                    153.475    -1.225  -0.79
NG.H14  NATURAL GAS Mar 2014                        3.957    -0.004  -0.10
ND.M12  NASDAQ 100 INDEX Jun 2012                 2728.75     -2.50  -0.09
C.U12   CORN Sep 2012                              582.25     -0.25  -0.04
YC.U12  CORN (MINI) Sep 2012                       582.25     -0.25  -0.04

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WINNERS

CPWM    COST PLUS                                   18.65      2.63  +16.42
SVVC    FIRSTHAND TECH                             36.250     4.460  +14.03
NOIZ    MICRONETICS                                8.6100    0.9100  +11.82
SLW.WS.USD SILVER WHEATON CORP                         15.02      1.51  +11.18
AERL    ASIA ENTERTAINMENT                         6.6599    0.6399  +10.63
MDSO    MEDIDATA SOLUTIONS                        27.5300    2.6300  +10.56
NKRSF   NIKO RESOURCES LTD                         38.400     3.565  +10.23
ESL     ESTERLINE TECHNOLOGIES                    75.2400    6.9700  +10.21
NKO     NIKO RESOURCES LTD                          38.39      3.49  +10.00
TRR     TRC COMPANIES                                6.09      0.53  +9.53

LOSERS

KITD    KIT DIGITAL INC                              6.36     -1.79  -21.96
NTL     NORTEL INVERSORA                           19.751    -2.259  -10.26
KBH     KB HOME                                     10.27     -0.97  -8.63
THKUF   TOLL HOLDINGS LTD                            5.89     -0.45  -7.10
PCTI    PCTEL                                        6.47     -0.48  -6.91
GMXR.PR GMX RESOURCES                               13.24     -0.95  -6.69
VXX     IPATH S&P 500 VIX MID TERM FUT              17.27     -1.23  -6.65
WARFF   WHARF HOLDINGS LTD                           5.38     -0.37  -6.43
UNXL    UNI-PIXEL                                    5.60     -0.36  -6.04
ADDXF   ADDEX PHARMA ORD                            12.05     -0.75  -5.86
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NIKKEI225 – L’Analisi Tecnica di Websim

FATTO
L’indice principale della Borsa giapponese NIKKEI 225 ha chiuso stamattina in calo dell’1,2% a 10.010 punti.

Da inizio anno registra un progresso del 18,5%, complice anche il forte indebolimento dello Yen che riduce la performance degli investitori in euro a un +7%. Da inizio 2012 infatti il cross euro/yen è passato da 99,6 a 109,3.

Lo scorso anno il Nikkei 225 ha perso il 17,5%.

Da segnalare che siamo a pochi giorni dalla scadenza dell’anno fiscale giapponese e molti dei movimenti su cambio e Borsa possono essere alterati da fattori squisitamente tecnici.

EFFETTO
Graficamente, l’indice ha raggiunto in condizioni di elevato ipercomprato l’importante area di resistenza verso 10.200 punti, coincidente anche con la parte alta del canale decrescente di lungo periodo.

Riteniamo questo mercato poco interessante in ottica di breve, dato l’elevato rischio di correzione/ritracciamento verso 9.400/9.150 punti. Torneremo a comprare solo su quest’ultimo livello, preferibilmente dopo la fine di marzo.

Banche, governo vara decreto per evitare taglio commissioni

ROMA, 23 marzo (Reuters) – Il governo ha approvato un decreto legge che rivede il taglio delle commissioni bancarie previsto dal decreto sulle liberalizzazioni, licenziato ieri in via definitiva dalla Camera.

“Il governo ha approvato un decreto correttivo sulle commissioni bancarie”, spiega la fonte aggiungendo che il provvedimento contiene anche “altre norme”.

Il varo del decreto legge mira a disinnescare il taglio delle commissioni su crediti,fidi e sconfinamenti, che ha provocato le dimissioni dei vertici Abi, l’associazione bancaria italiana.

Una seconda fonte conferma che il provvedimento limita la nullità delle commissioni alle sole banche che non si adegueranno alle disposizioni sulla trasparenza del Cicr, il Comitato interministeriale per il credito e il risparmio, come prevede l’ordine del giorno approvato ieri dalla Camera.

Il decreto dovrebbe essere pubblicato in Gazzetta assieme alla legge di conversione deldecreto sulle liberalizzazioni “domenica prossima”, spiega la seconda fonte aggiungendo che tra le altre misure ne figura una sul credito alle piccole e medie imprese e un’altra “sulla pirateria informatica”.

SCHEDA – Lavoro, il ddl di riforma varato dal governo

di Francesca Piscioneri
23 marzo (Reuters) – Ecco i contenuti del disegno di legge di riforma del mercato del Lavoro varato oggi dal Consiglio dei ministri. Il testo si intende approvato ‘salvo intese’, può essere cioè modificato prima diessere depositato in Parlamento.

Per i lavoratori del settore privato le nuove norme sui licenziamenti che prevedono il solo indennizzo in caso di licenziamenti per motivi economici entreranno in vigore appena il ddl sarà trasformato in legge.

I nuovi ammortizzatori, estesi anche ad apprendisti e artisti-dipendenti, andranno a regime nel 2017 e saranno finanziati con risorse fino a 1,8 miliardi.

Ecco la normativa in vigore oggi confrontata con le novità che saranno introdotteappena la riforma diventerà legge.

ARTICOLO 18
OGGI: introdotto nel 1970 nell’ambito dello Statuto dei
lavoratori garantisce ai dipendenti delle imprese con più di 15 dipendenti il reintegro al lavoro nel caso di licenziamenti senza giusta causa.

DOMANI: da subito e per i lavoratori del settore privato sarà possibile essere licenziati per motivi economici. Qualora il giudice dovesse ritenere il provvedimento dell’azienda illegittimo il lavoratore non potrà esserereintegrato in azienda ma riceverà un indennizzo di 15-27 mensilità tenendo conto dell’ultima retribuzione. Il governo si è impegnato a prestare particolare attenzione per evitare abusi da parte delle imprese.

Sarà possibile anche illicenziamento per ragioni disciplinari. In caso di provvedimento illegittimo il giudice potrà decidere o il reintegro del lavoratore o una indennità tra 15 e 27 mensilità in base all’anzianità.

In caso di licenziamenti discriminatori restail diritto al reintegro aper tutti, a prescindere che l’imprese abbia più o meno di 15 dipendenti.

Il costo sostenuto dal datore di lavoro in caso di vittoria del lavoratore sarà svincolato dalla durata del procedimento e dalle inefficienze delsistema giudiziario.

Per evitare processi lunghi è prevista l’introduzione di un rito procedurale abbreviato per le controversie in materia di licenziamenti, che ridurrà ulteriormente i costi indiretti del licenziamento.

AMMORTIZZATORISOCIALI
La riforma entra a regime nel 2017.

L’obiettivo è allargare la platea dei soggetti tutelati con minori costi attraverso un sistema su due pilastri: cassa integrazione per sostenere lavoratori e imprese in temporanea difficoltà,istituto che rimane sostanzialmente invariato, e Assicurazione sociale per l’impiego per chi perde il lavoro.

La platea degli interessati dovrebbe ampliarsi a 12 milioni di lavoratori dagli attuali 8, includendo i contratti a termine (pubblica amministrazione compresa), gli apprendisti e gli artisti-dipendenti.

L’assegno per chi perde il lavoro sarà pari a un massimo di 1.119 euro con una durata non superiore ai 18 mesi. Oggi la mobilità può arrivare fino a 36 mesi pergli over 50 e fino a 48 per chi perde il lavoro nel Mezzogiorno.

*Cassa integrazione ordinaria (cigo)
OGGI: è un assegno che spetta a operai, impiegati e quadri
delle aziende industriali ed edili che per avversecondizioni di mercato sospendano o rallentino l’attività produttiva. E’ pari all’80% della retribuzione complessiva che sarebbe spettata per
le ore di lavoro non prestate. Viene erogata dall’Inps e
finanziata dai contributi versati da imprese e lavoratori. Viene corrisposta al massimo per 13 settimane con una proroga fino a 12 mesi e, in determinati casi, il limite è elevato a 24 mesi.

DOMANI: resterà com’è.

*Cassa integrazione straordinaria
OGGI: scatta quando la crisi porta a ristrutturazioni
aziendali o a chiusura delle aziende. L’assegno è pari all’80%
della retribuzione complessiva che sarebbe spettata per le ore
di lavoro non prestate, per una durata massima di 24 mesi. Tra
cigo e cigs si possono cumulare massimo 36 mesi in cinque anni.

DOMANI: resterà ma solo in caso di ristrutturazioni e non
per cessazioni di attività. Sarà istituito un Fondo di solidarietà per la tutela dei lavoratori nei settori non coperti dalla cigs.

*Cassa integrazione in deroga
OGGI: dal 2009 tutela imprese e lavoratori che non hanno
diritto alla cig ordinaria e straordinaria cioè le imprese con
meno di 15 dipendenti oppure i dipendenti inaziende da 15
dipendenti in su che non godano di cigo e cigs (apprendisti,
tempi determinati, lavoratori a domicilio e somministrati), e le imprese industriali con più di 15 lavoratori che hanno finito il periodo della cigs. L’indennità, vienefinanziata da Stato e
Regioni, è pari all’80% dell’ultima retribuzione fino al tetto
massimo stabilito e può essere erogata al massimo per 12 mesi.

DOMANI: scomparirà e sarà sostituita dall’Aspi.

*Indennità di mobilità
OGGI: spetta ai lavoratori che perdono il lavoro per
ristrutturazione aziendale o chiusura. Dura da un anno a un
massimo di 36 mesi per i lavoratori che abbiano più di 50 anni. Per i lavoratori del Mezzogiorno dura fino a 48 mesi.Viene
finanziata dall’Inps con l’aiuto delle imprese. L’assegno è pari al 100% della cigs per i primi 12 mesi e poi all’80%.

DOMANI: scomparirà e sarà sostituita dall’Aspi.

*Indennità di disoccupazione
OGGI: spetta ai singoli dipendenti licenziati per ragioni
indipendenti dalla loro volontà. Dura 8 mesi per chi ha meno di 50 anni ed è pari per i primi 6 mesi al 60% della media delle
ultime tre buste paga, per scendere al 50% nei restanti due mesi; dura 12 mesi per gli over 50 con una indennità per i primi 6 mesi del 60%, del 50% per i successivi due, e del 40% per i
rimanenti 4 mesi.

DOMANI: scomparirà e sarà sostituita dall’Aspi.

*Aspi
Prenderà il posto dell’indennità di mobilità, degli
incentivi di mobilità, della disoccupazione per apprendisti,
della cig in deroga e delle una tantum per i cocopro. Si
applicherà a tutti i lavoratori privati con contratto a tempo
indeterminato e determinato e ai dipendenti della pubblica
amministrazione a termine. Vale anche per gli apprendisti e gli artisti. I requisiti per accedervi sono: 2 anni di anzianità e almeno 52 settimane di lavoro nell’ultimo biennio. Dura 12 mesi, 18 per i lavoratori over 55 anni. Si abbatte del 15% dopo i primi 6 mesi e di un ulteriore 15% dopo altri 6. Nel
complesso riduce i tempi di percezione degli attuali sussidi. Prevede un’indennità con un tetto a 1.119 euro. L’aliquota
contributiva è dell’1,3% per chi lavora a tempo indeterminato
e dell’1,4% per chi non lo è.

Previsto anche un mini-Aspi con requisiti ridotti per i lavoratori più giovani e precarri che abbiano almeno 13 settimane di lavoro nell’anno.

CONTRATTI
Oggi esistono in Italia oltre 40 forme di contratto
flessibile. Obiettivo del governo è di razionalizzarle e di
controllarne la corretta applicazione da parte delle imprese
agevolando l’accesso dei giovani nelmondo del lavoro.

*Contratto a termine
OGGI: dura al massimo 36 mesi, non può superare il 10% della forza lavoro e dà gli stessi diritti del tempo indeterminato.

DOMANI: aumenteranno i contributi a carico delleimprese (1,4% in più) ma per chi stabilizza il rapporto di lavoro saranno restituiti 6 mesi di maggiorazione. L’aumento servirà a finanziare l’Aspi.

*Apprendistato
OGGI: è un contratto per giovani tra i 16 e i 29 anniche
prevede retribuzione e formazione professionale. Viene
qualificato come un contratto a tempo indeterminato nel senso
che il datore di lavoro deve fare domanda di disdetta se vuole
recedere. Può essere di tre tipi.

DOMANI:dovrebbe diventare il canale privilegiato per
l’accesso dei giovani al mondo del lavoro. Dovrà avere durata
minima di sei mesi (ferma restando la possibilità di durate inferiori per attività stagionali); l’assunzione di nuovi apprendisti sarà subordinata al fatto di averne stabilizzati una certa percentuale nell’ultimo triennio (50%); si innalza il rapporto traapprendisti e lavoratori qualificati dall’attuale 1/1 a 3/2.

*Partita Iva
OGGI: è quella aperta dai liberi professionisti che svolgono lavoro autonomo.

DOMANI: per disincentivare l’uso di quelle fittizie, la
riforma prevede che la partita Iva sia trasformata in
collaborazione subordinata qualora si dimostri che il rapporto
di lavoro superi i 6 mesi in un anno, valga oltre il 75% dei
ricavi del lavoratore, e il lavoratore abbia una postazione
presso il committente.

*Part-time e collaborazioni
La riforma prevede l’obligo di comunicazione amministrativa del part-time per ogni variazione di orario al fine di limitarne gli abusi. Per i contratti a progettosarà necessaria una definizione più stringente del progetto e aumenteranno i
contributi. Spariscono gli stage non retribuiti e vengono approvate norme di contrasto alle cosiddette ‘dimissioni in bianco’.

Viene poi introdotto il congedo dipaternità obbligatorio e potenziato l’accesso delle donne alle posizioni di vertice. Si introducono le ‘quote rosa’ per le società controllate da pubbliche amministrazioni.

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Weekly DividendRank Toplists

Each week at Dividend Channel, we screen through our coverage universe of dividend paying stocks, and we look at a variety of data — dividend yield, book value, quarterly earnings — and compare it to the stock’s trading data to come up with certain calculations about profitability and about the stock’s valuation (whether we think it looks ”cheap” or ”expensive”).

History has shown that the bulk of the stock market’s returns are delivered by dividends, and so we pay special attention to dividend history. And of course, only consistently profitable companies can afford to keep paying dividends, so profitability is of critical importance. Dividend investors should be most interested in researching the strongest most profitable companies, that also happen to be trading at an attractive valuation — maybe there is a company-specific reason causing the stock to be ”cheap” or maybe the entire sector is taking a hit, but whatever the reason, we think there is great value in ranking our coverage universe weekly using our proprietary DividendRank formula, and sharing those lists with our subscribers, neatly divided into 17 sectors/categories.

These are the stocks our DividendRank system has identified as the top most ”interesting” … this is meant purely as a research tool to generate ideas that merit further research.

 

Business Services & Equipment

DividendRank Symbol Dividend Recent Yield* 
#1 CODI Q 1.44 9.67% 
#2 INTX Q 0.80 6.18% 
#3 VSEC Q 0.28 1.18% 
#4 IRM Q 1.00 3.50% 
#5 RECN Q 0.20 1.55% 
#6 WU Q 0.40 2.26% 
#7 MGRC Q 0.94 2.88% 
#8 HCSG Q 0.645 3.13% 
#9 PAYX Q 1.28 4.01% 
#10 EEI S 0.48 3.16% 
#11 NSP Q 0.60 2.02% 
#12 ASFI Q 0.08 1.00% 
#13 ROL Q 0.32 1.55% 
#14 TSS Q 0.40 1.77% 
#15 EXBD Q 0.70 1.65% 


*(updated 9 hours, 52 minutes ago) Yield calculations vary and may not be reliable nor comparable. Not all publicly traded securities are ranked; data may be incorrect or out of date. Rankings are for informational purposes only and do not constitute investment advice. Full disclaimer
Construction

DividendRank Symbol Dividend Recent Yield* 
#1 AYR Q 0.60 4.80% 
#2 TAL Q 2.20 5.93% 
#3 ELRC Q 0.80 4.41% 
#4 DE Q 1.84 2.29% 
#5 MLR Q 0.52 3.11% 
#6 NC Q 2.13 1.90% 
#7 TTC Q 0.88 1.24% 
#8 CAT Q 1.84 1.73% 
#9 TRN Q 0.36 1.09% 
#10 SHS Q 1.4 2.97% 
#11 FLR Q 0.64 1.08% 
#12 GVA Q 0.52 1.85% 
#13 GLDD Q 0.084 1.20% 
#14 MDC Q 1.00 3.91% 
#15 SKY Q 0.36 5.10% 


*(updated 9 hours, 52 minutes ago) Yield calculations vary and may not be reliable nor comparable. Not all publicly traded securities are ranked; data may be incorrect or out of date. Rankings are for informational purposes only and do not constitute investment advice. Full disclaimer
Consumer Goods

DividendRank Symbol Dividend Recent Yield* 
#1 RSH Q 0.50 7.74% 
#2 DEER Q 0.20 6.18% 
#3 UVV Q 1.96 4.27% 
#4 TRK Q 0.60 3.66% 
#5 HAS Q 1.44 4.01% 
#6 BWS Q 0.28 3.00% 
#7 RAI Q 2.24 5.43% 
#8 BGS Q 1.08 4.77% 
#9 EDUC Q 0.48 9.70% 
#10 ODC Q 0.68 3.35% 
#11 DEG A 2.45 4.66% 
#12 CBK Q 0.24 11.22% 
#13 WHR Q 2.00 2.62% 
#14 FUN Q 1.60 5.43% 
#15 GIS Q 1.22 3.16% 


*(updated 9 hours, 52 minutes ago) Yield calculations vary and may not be reliable nor comparable. Not all publicly traded securities are ranked; data may be incorrect or out of date. Rankings are for informational purposes only and do not constitute investment advice. Full disclaimer
Consumer Services

DividendRank Symbol Dividend Recent Yield* 
#1 STON Q 2.34 9.35% 
#2 CLCT Q 1.30 7.81% 
#3 STRA Q 4.00 4.09% 
#4 HRB Q 0.80 4.74% 
#5 HI Q 0.77 3.35% 
#6 LINC Q 0.28 3.50% 
#7 SCI Q 0.20 1.84% 
#8 NAUH Q 0.13 1.94% 
#9 STEI Q 0.14 2.38% 
#10 UTI Q 0.40 2.98% 
#11 RGS Q 0.24 1.35% 
#12 BID Q 0.32 0.86% 
#13 MATW Q 0.36 1.13% 
#14 TUC Q 0.242 1.71% 
#15 MNRO Q 0.36 0.85% 


*(updated 9 hours, 52 minutes ago) Yield calculations vary and may not be reliable nor comparable. Not all publicly traded securities are ranked; data may be incorrect or out of date. Rankings are for informational purposes only and do not constitute investment advice. Full disclaimer

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Energy

DividendRank Symbol Dividend Recent Yield* 
#1 BBEP Q 1.8 9.36% 
#2 NKA Q 1.40 15.06% 
#3 CPLP Q 0.93 12.02% 
#4 PGH M 0.84 8.48% 
#5 XTEX Q 1.28 7.63% 
#6 EROC Q 0.84 7.98% 
#7 ERF M 2.16 9.47% 
#8 FUEL Q 0.069 5.52% 
#9 NRGY Q 2.82 17.25% 
#10 NNA Q 0.20 6.10% 
#11 EXLP Q 1.97 8.51% 
#12 TOT Q 3.07 5.68% 
#13 KYN Q 2.07 6.89% 
#14 PNG Q 1.43 7.43% 
#15 SFL Q 1.20 8.12% 


*(updated 9 hours, 52 minutes ago) Yield calculations vary and may not be reliable nor comparable. Not all publicly traded securities are ranked; data may be incorrect or out of date. Rankings are for informational purposes only and do not constitute investment advice. Full disclaimer
Financial

DividendRank Symbol Dividend Recent Yield* 
#1 AI Q 3.50 15.38% 
#2 AGO Q 0.36 2.21% 
#3 FSC M 1.1496 11.91% 
#4 STFC Q 0.60 4.31% 
#5 KCAP Q 0.72 10.22% 
#6 KFN Q 0.72 7.76% 
#7 STD Q 0.64 7.99% 
#8 OXLC Q 2.20 14.02% 
#9 TICC Q 1.08 10.99% 
#10 FULL M 0.924 12.32% 
#11 MCGC Q 0.68 15.67% 
#12 AWH Q 1.5 2.18% 
#13 GAIN M 0.60 7.74% 
#14 ATAX Q 0.50 9.13% 
#15 GLAD M 0.84 10.27% 


*(updated 9 hours, 52 minutes ago) Yield calculations vary and may not be reliable nor comparable. Not all publicly traded securities are ranked; data may be incorrect or out of date. Rankings are for informational purposes only and do not constitute investment advice. Full disclaimer
Healthcare

DividendRank Symbol Dividend Recent Yield* 
#1 BDMS Q 0.88 4.95% 
#2 ABT Q 2.04 3.40% 
#3 MRK Q 1.68 4.47% 
#4 MDT Q 0.97 2.50% 
#5 BMY Q 1.36 4.14% 
#6 TFX Q 1.36 2.31% 
#7 USPH Q 0.36 1.70% 
#8 PMD Q 0.60 6.03% 
#9 NDZ Q 0.40 4.16% 
#10 BDX Q 1.80 2.35% 
#11 NRCI Q 1.04 2.57% 
#12 LNCR Q 0.80 2.96% 
#13 LDR Q 2.20 4.11% 
#14 OMI Q 0.88 2.95% 
#15 NHC Q 1.20 2.70% 


*(updated 9 hours, 52 minutes ago) Yield calculations vary and may not be reliable nor comparable. Not all publicly traded securities are ranked; data may be incorrect or out of date. Rankings are for informational purposes only and do not constitute investment advice. Full disclaimer
Industrial

DividendRank Symbol Dividend Recent Yield* 
#1 NOC Q 2.00 3.29% 
#2 RTN Q 2 3.85% 
#3 BOX Q 1.04 5.85% 
#4 LLL Q 2.00 2.88% 
#5 SCX Q 0.40 3.05% 
#6 HRS Q 1.32 3.02% 
#7 GD Q 2.04 2.83% 
#8 LMT Q 4.00 4.48% 
#9 IPHS Q 1.08 2.28% 
#10 ETN Q 1.52 3.12% 
#11 KRO Q 0.60 2.56% 
#12 PLOW Q 0.82 6.24% 
#13 APD Q 2.56 2.86% 
#14 LAWS Q 0.48 3.15% 
#15 CVR Q 0.60 2.98% 


*(updated 9 hours, 52 minutes ago) Yield calculations vary and may not be reliable nor comparable. Not all publicly traded securities are ranked; data may be incorrect or out of date. Rankings are for informational purposes only and do not constitute investment advice. Full disclaimer
Manufacturing

DividendRank Symbol Dividend Recent Yield* 
#1 CRWS Q 0.16 3.81% 
#2 ALV Q 1.88 2.85% 
#3 SMP Q 0.36 2.00% 
#4 FLXS Q 0.40 2.32% 
#5 JCS Q 0.64 4.89% 
#6 LEG Q 1.12 4.96% 
#7 SUP Q 0.64 3.38% 
#8 CMTL Q 1.10 3.38% 
#9 CASC Q 1 1.80% 
#10 SGC Q 0.54 4.82% 
#11 JCI Q 0.72 2.28% 
#12 DFZ Q 0.32 2.58% 
#13 IEP Q 0.40 0.93% 
#14 CMI Q 1.60 1.34% 
#15 GNTX Q 0.52 2.12% 


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Materials

DividendRank Symbol Dividend Recent Yield* 
#1 TNH Q 18.12 7.95% 
#2 DSWL Q 0.08 3.44% 
#3 TUP Q 1.44 2.31% 
#4 PKG Q 1.00 3.42% 
#5 POPE Q 1.40 3.24% 
#6 IP Q 1.05 3.00% 
#7 EMN Q 1.04 2.05% 
#8 SMG Q 1.20 2.28% 
#9 UAN Q 2.29 8.59% 
#10 KOP Q 0.96 2.64% 
#11 SON Q 1.16 3.47% 
#12 DOW Q 1.00 2.91% 
#13 NP Q 0.48 1.61% 
#14 MYE Q 0.32 2.28% 
#15 CF Q 1.60 0.88% 


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Media

DividendRank Symbol Dividend Recent Yield* 
#1 AM Q 0.60 3.83% 
#2 CTCM Q 0.52 4.45% 
#3 SCHL Q 0.5 1.33% 
#4 MDP Q 1.53 4.64% 
#5 GCI Q 0.80 5.21% 
#6 SJR M 0.97 4.63% 
#7 IPG Q 0.24 2.11% 
#8 AHC Q 0.24 4.97% 
#9 VALU Q 0.60 4.88% 
#10 CRRC Q 0.84 7.63% 
#11 QUAD Q 1.00 7.13% 
#12 JW.B Q 0.8 1.68% 
#13 JW.A Q 0.8 1.69% 
#14 CSS Q 0.60 3.08% 
#15 TWC Q 2.24 2.79% 


*(updated 9 hours, 52 minutes ago) Yield calculations vary and may not be reliable nor comparable. Not all publicly traded securities are ranked; data may be incorrect or out of date. Rankings are for informational purposes only and do not constitute investment advice. Full disclaimer
Metals & Mining

DividendRank Symbol Dividend Recent Yield* 
#1 AULGF Q 1.07 2.80% 
#2 RNO Q 1.92 9.92% 
#3 FRD Q 0.52 4.91% 
#4 CLF Q 2.50 3.62% 
#5 ACI Q 0.44 3.79% 
#6 ARLP Q 3.82 5.73% 
#7 AHGP Q 2.55 5.28% 
#8 NRP Q 2.20 8.84% 
#9 PVR Q 2.04 8.32% 
#10 CMP Q 1.98 2.85% 
#11 SCCO Q 0.76 2.46% 
#12 CMC Q 0.48 3.50% 
#13 NOR A 1.25 12.17% 
#14 GFI S 0.28 2.05% 
#15 OXF Q 1.75 18.90% 


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Real Estate

DividendRank Symbol Dividend Recent Yield* 
#1 CXS Q 1.08 10.29% 
#2 DX Q 1.12 11.86% 
#3 CYS Q 2.00 15.45% 
#4 PMT Q 2.20 12.05% 
#5 CMO Q 1.72 12.84% 
#6 MFA Q 1.00 13.57% 
#7 NYMT Q 1.00 14.23% 
#8 LSE Q 0.26 6.42% 
#9 EFC Q 1.60 8.21% 
#10 ARI Q 1.60 9.94% 
#11 CLNY Q 1.36 8.13% 
#12 NRF Q 0.54 10.31% 
#13 RSO Q 0.80 13.96% 
#14 RWT Q 1.00 8.93% 
#15 STWD Q 1.76 8.19% 


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Technology

DividendRank Symbol Dividend Recent Yield* 
#1 GA S 0.60 12.00% 
#2 TSM A 0.52 3.46% 
#3 UNTD Q 0.40 8.12% 
#4 EVOL Q 0.20 3.56% 
#5 INTC Q 0.84 3.01% 
#6 RFIL Q 0.20 5.78% 
#7 ABB A 0.71 3.53% 
#8 WSTG Q 0.64 4.51% 
#9 MSFT Q 0.80 2.51% 
#10 DDIC Q 0.48 3.92% 
#11 JST S 0.14 1.68% 
#12 MOLXA Q 0.80 3.46% 
#13 CA Q 1.00 3.70% 
#14 HPQ Q 0.48 2.09% 
#15 XLNX Q 0.88 2.43% 


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Transportation

DividendRank Symbol Dividend Recent Yield* 
#1 VLCCF Q 2.00 13.80% 
#2 ESEA Q 0.20 8.63% 
#3 NMM Q 1.76 10.73% 
#4 NM Q 0.24 5.79% 
#5 SB Q 0.60 9.03% 
#6 TGH Q 1.48 4.31% 
#7 BALT Q 0.52 13.37% 
#8 CSX Q 0.48 2.29% 
#9 NSC Q 1.88 2.91% 
#10 FLY Q 0.80 6.60% 
#11 UNP Q 2.40 2.19% 
#12 STB M 0.57 8.39% 
#13 SSW Q 0.75 4.33% 
#14 ISH Q 1.50 6.92% 
#15 CMRE Q 1.08 7.66% 


*(updated 9 hours, 52 minutes ago) Yield calculations vary and may not be reliable nor comparable. Not all publicly traded securities are ranked; data may be incorrect or out of date. Rankings are for informational purposes only and do not constitute investment advice. Full disclaimer
Travel & Entertainment

DividendRank Symbol Dividend Recent Yield* 
#1 DDE Q 0.12 4.80% 
#2 MCD Q 2.8 2.93% 
#3 EAT Q 0.64 2.27% 
#4 BOBE Q 1.00 2.67% 
#5 BAGL Q 0.50 3.28% 
#6 DRI Q 1.72 3.32% 
#7 ARKR Q 1.00 6.23% 
#8 CNK Q 0.84 3.84% 
#9 WYNN Q 2.00 1.58% 
#10 CBRL Q 1.00 1.80% 
#11 THI Q 0.68 1.29% 
#12 TXRH Q 0.36 2.15% 
#13 CCL Q 1.00 3.14% 
#14 CEC Q 0.88 2.31% 
#15 TWX Q 1.04 2.91% 


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Utilities

DividendRank Symbol Dividend Recent Yield* 
#1 AT M 1.15 8.39% 
#2 BIP Q 1.50 4.93% 
#3 PPL Q 1.44 5.21% 
#4 PNY Q 1.20 3.87% 
#5 WGL Q 1.60 3.99% 
#6 PNM Q 0.58 3.19% 
#7 SRE Q 2.40 4.12% 
#8 NTLS Q 1.68 8.19% 
#9 SGU Q 0.31 7.28% 
#10 IDT Q 0.60 6.24% 
#11 NEE Q 2.40 3.99% 
#12 UGI Q 1.04 3.83% 
#13 BCE Q 1.83 4.57% 
#14 NJR Q 1.52 3.44% 
#15 WWVY Q 1.08 7.31% 


*(updated 9 hours, 52 minutes ago) Yield calculations vary and may not be reliable nor comparable. Not all publicly traded securities are ranked; data may be incorrect or out of date. Rankings are for informational purposes only and do not constitute investment advice. Full disclaimer