Business Week

Thursday, June 29, 2006

Worden Bros - New chart-reading video posted

Here is info on a new chart reading video on the Worden web site...

New chart-reading video posted 


New Chart Show Video Recording Posted Today: QQQQ, OMNI, GRMN, and others


A new video was posted this morning on the Worden homepage. It is a 35-minute recorded excerpt of Peter Worden's 90-minute Live Audio Chart Show presentation to the TeleChart Platinum community after the market close on June 28th, 2006. The excerpt features:

A brief review of the “State of the market” via chart analysis of QQQQ, SPY, and DIA.

OMNI - Omni Energy Services... breaking out on volume to significant new multi-year highs.

CRAYD - Cray Incorporated... the super-computer maker showing a long-term cup & handle and rising from a meaningful 2005 bottom.

SII - Smith International, Inc... an oil & gas equipment company in a dynamic uptrend but tough to buy at these lofty levels.

GRMN - Garmin Ltd... the GPS maker showing it's “a very strong stock” but not now providing an easy entry.

ILE - Isolagen, Inc... a generic drug manufacturer that is a short-term powerhouse but could use more work long-term.

BLI - Big Lots, Inc... the discount retailer whose good looking long-term chart has recently been complemented by an improving short-term picture. 

Click Here to view the video now.


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Friday, June 16, 2006

RAE Systems (AMEX:RAE) Mentioned In Business Week

How RAE Sniffs Out Security Leaks: "How RAE Sniffs Out Security Leaks

Investors scouting undiscovered plays in homeland and industrial security are snapping up RAE Systems (RAE ) (RAE). It makes sensors to detect trace levels of lethal gas and radiation. Julie Chen of New York Global Securities rates the stock, now at 3.80, a buy. Tian Hou of investment bank C.E. Unterberg, Towbin says: 'RAE is one of the most important plays in homeland security.' In 2004, RAE introduced the world's smallest portable chemical detection device and has since produced a multisensor detector, a wireless chemical sensor network, and a combined chemical and radiological detector. Products to screen cargo and containers have been tested at some U.S. ports, says Chen: 'What's unusual is that RAE has captured a big share of the market in both the U.S. and China,' she adds. Two U.S. plants generate 52% of sales, and two in China 33%. Chen expects RAE to earn 3 cents a share on sales of $70 million, vs. 1 cents on $60 million in 2005. "


Monday, June 05, 2006

Web 2.0 Has Corporate America Spinning

Web 2.0 Has Corporate America Spinning

This is why I am keeping a close eye on the stock of Foldera.



Some Good Industry Group Index Charts

I came across this the other day and bookmarked it with

I am not familiar with the author of the annotations on the charts - but I thank him for his efforts. I will keep an eye on it and see how often it is updated and how the comments play out over time.