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In Wedensday's trading, there were 50 stocks on the NASDAQ that were able to acheive a new annual high. Below is an abbreviated list of issues that were able to achieve "New Highs" and have a strong Schaeffer's Gold Equity Scorecard (seven or higher).

CELG $40.07 ... 9

IVGN $79.85 ... 8

INGR $30.56 ... 7.5

PLAB $23.05 ... 7.5


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In Wednesday's trading, there were 46 stocks on the NYSE that were able to acheive a new annual high. Below is an abbreviated list of issues that were able to achieve "New Highs" and have a strong Schaeffer's Gold Equity Scorecard (seven or higher).

USG $48.35 ... 9

EXP $89.22 ... 8

GAP $25.99 ... 8

GPN $67.05 ... 8

AF $27.92 ... 7

FTO $47.10 ... 7

HLT $23.68 ... 7

LMT $64.85 ... 7

SFY $32.80 ... 7

STX $21.06 ... 7

WDC $14.59 ... 7

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Crude Breaks Free

by 5/26/2005 9:24 AM
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Yesterday I posted an entry about crude futures being stifled between their 10-day and 80-day moving averages. Thanks to surprising news from the Department of Energy yesterday, and a subsequently healthy rally in black gold, the June 2006 crude futures (CL/M6 – 52.15) have attempted to resolve this technical predicament to the upside. Whether this boost will cause the contract's 10-day to narrowly avoid being bearishly crossed remains to be seen.


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Here We Go

by 5/26/2005 9:08 AM
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Good morning. Futures are higher this morning after preliminary GDP came in at 3.5 percent, under the 3.6 percent that was expected. This was much better than the 3.1 percent that was estimated a month ago. Gold is down $1.50, the dollar is up 0.45, and oil is flat. <

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See You Thursday

by 5/25/2005 5:45 PM
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And that's a wrap on the first of three straight days without Nick. All in all, it was a down day but volume was light. Considering the Nasdaq had gone up for eight straight days today's action has to be considered positive. Bonds had a big intra-day reversal, as the yield on the 10-year note found support near 4.00 percent. This area isn't going to go down without a fight, as it's held as support since last Spring. Oil closed up $1.31 to $50.98 a barrel, while gold tacked on $1.30 to close at $418.30 an ounce. The big winner on the day was oil services as the Oil Service HLDRs Trust (OIH: scorecard, quote, chart) added 1.96 percent.

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