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Monday, October 7, 2013

Market Leadership

Ticker Shares Float Insider Ownership Insider Transactions Institutional Ownership Institutional Transactions Float Short Change Price RS Diff Momentum 200 d Total
CLR 42.73 0.30% -3.66% 22.10% 0.23% 10.06% -1.13% 111.72 52 15 0 0 67
CRME 11.89 9.79%
76.60% -0.59% 0.29% 13.15% 4.68 43 2 0 0 45
CSTE 8.12

47.00% 0.86% 5.16% 0.15% 45.57 8 -11 6 23 26
CYOU 10.77

67.80% -1.42% 1.61% -4.77% 38.41 26 9 0 0 35
HCI 9.38 13.50% 50.96% 46.40% 1.22% 17.00% -1.89% 41.44 20 0 12 15 47
HLF 96.24 1.30% 78.07% 92.80% 0.03% 29.75% -2.08% 67.89 38 13 0 0 51
INVN 69.47 0.10% -94.39% 75.80% 11.70% 28.69% 2.25% 19.29 15 -6 0 0 9
LL 26.71 3.00% -28.61%
0.37% 17.50% -1.62% 105.19 56 10 18 33 117
NOAH 16.63 5.15%
10.90% -0.13% 17.02% 4.52% 17.57 18 8 0 5 31
NUS 53.19 0.40% -31.13% 77.10% -5.96% 3.16% -1.01% 98.51 51 9 14 18 92
OAS 88.64 1.50% -8.19% 96.60% 0.00% 7.59% -1.87% 51.99 47 17 0 0 64
OMER 27.55 0.70% -2.47% 46.40% 4.50% 22.34% -1.98% 12.82 11 2 0 0 13
PRLB 20.22 16.50% -22.67% 79.40% 0.19% 14.28% -2.57% 78.31 44 13 13 24 94
RGR 18.93 0.80% -39.27% 82.60% 3.26% 33.54% -0.41% 64.95 49 7 0 0 56
SBGI 72.22 1.00% 25.14% 98.10% 9.28% 8.60% -1.22% 34.19 37 4 6 13 60
SYNA 32.07 0.50% -31.27% 95.60% -3.62% 18.92% -1.38% 47.22 36 18 0 1 55
UBNT 23.42 66.00% -38.09% 24.40% 0.18% 4.40% 0.11% 36.55 31 0 6 12 49
ULTA 59.72 1.10% 4.46% 97.30% 0.05% 4.83% -0.17% 124.08 32 18 0 0 50
WLK 20.5 0.10% -14.17% 32.30% 0.01% 4.15% 0.08% 107.75 21 5 0 6 32
YHOO 946.74 0.50% -88.55% 74.40% -4.92% 2.57% -1.89% 34.35 46 8 10 27 91

Here is the new market leadership for this week. We have two new highs making big moves to the upside: CRME, which is a newcomer and a low priced stock: it has the numbers to qualify for the list, but it is a highly speculative stock; and INVN, which is a breakout. We have 9 of the 20 leaders with more than 10% of the float short, making them short squeeze candidates. Relative strength scores this week are a little less than impressive: LL, PRLB, YHOO, and NUS are the stocks to watch there.

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