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Year To Date Profits $ 6,136

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$10,000 Trading Account Traders Comments

We have three open long positions:

10 AA May 13 Calls

6 ARRY June 8 Calls and

4 LOCO May 28 Calls


Funds in Use $ 1410




This week we had a small gain of $434 bringing the YTD to $6,136, another new high for the year.  We have 3 positions, ARRY 6/8 calls, AA 5/13 calls and LOCO 5/28 calls for a total commitment of $1,410.  As to the need for balance, I didn’t feel comfortable with overnight put-side  positions this close to a possible breakout to new highs, but did take some short term profits on a day trade of calls

in FB, and the short side of UPS.


These two trades made up the bulk of the profits and based on the action Friday I am much more likely to buy support than to initiate short positions.


The title above really tells the story of this market.  Never in the 45 years of my participation in the markets have I seen the kind of stupidity that was exhibited by the talking heads and “analysts” in their need to create content on a day by day basis.


The lack of foresight of these “professionals” as to the danger of being so short term oriented is astounding.  On Wednesday afternoon we heard how great the banks and financials earnings were.  Everyone I heard on CNBC was bullish the group.  On Friday morning nobody wanted to talk about financials.  How does it create value when Thursday the universal pronouncement that Europe has come through their economic problems and Friday we open down 250 Dow points due to the continuing European issues?  Also on Friday morning another analyst who I actually respect made a comment on the energy sector that I hope was sarcastic, since he was quoting the strength of the sector as “best performing” in the quarter…..REALLY ????

The quarter is 17 days old.

I understand the proliferation of the Quant players and the algorithm groupies who trade using a “black box,”  but I don’t mind them, they are unapologetic for their methods…and they also don’t get it right all the time either.


While I am aware that the financial networks need content, do they actually think it is valuable to deliver market statistics that are based in days and weeks instead of more intermediate or long term information?  When I, a student of the market for several decades, look at the garbage that is put out as meaningful statistical information it says to me that there is no sense of historical data and that all investors are interested in is todays action.  For the millions of IRA or 401K or retired investors nothing could be further from the truth…It really is time to “stop the madness” and take the invaluable clues from the past…In case no one has ever said this before, “this time isn’t different.  It never is”…



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New Trades

1) Buy 3 BIDU May 210 Calls @ $ 3.05

2) Buy 4 TLT May 132 Calls @  $ 1.65

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0.22       132       132 Loss
04/16 0.28       140      140 Loss
04/15 0.85  340  
04/15 0.56  280  
04/14 0.90       900    390 Gain
04/13 1.42       568      280 Gain
04/13 1.44       576       288 Gain
04/13 0.51  510  
04/13 0.72  576  
04/13 0.24       288       300 Loss
04/13 0.27       216         48 Gain
04/10 0.44  264  
04/09 0.53  530  
03/30 0.42       294  147 Gain
03/30 0.49  588
03/26 0.21  315
03/25 0.90  540


Remember, these trades are based on your participation in the

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NOTE: In texting we have a limited amount of words. In the interest of brevity:


The Quantity and Strike Price for each trade is specific. 1=January, 2=February


Trading is hypothetical. We may trade weekly options and they are noted: SPY 1/25 147 for

SPY Jan 25th 147 Calls or Puts.

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MARKET Laboratory – Weekly Changes


Prices are copied from Barron’s Weekly and Yahoo Finance and may be incorrect.







S&P 5002081.18






Russell 20001251.86


Nasdaq100 4351.80



Gold (spot)1202.90



  Silver 1622.9






Heating Oil188.24



Unleaded Gas1.9299



Natural Gas2.634






Put/Call RatiosS&P 100



Put/Call RatiosCBOE Equity




Bonds165-15 +1-31

2.52% -0.05%

10 Yr. Note129-26 +1-00          1.88%+0.07%





CRB InflationIndex




Barron’s* Confidence75.6%





5 Yr. Note120-224 +182

1.30% -0.06%





DJ Utilities583.28











M1 Money  Supply+10.47%

April 6th

M-2 MoneySupply


April 6th

* Component Change in the Confidence Index


M1…all money in hands of the public, Time Deposits Traveler’s Checks, Demand Deposits
M2.. adds Savings and Money Market Accounts both compared with the previous year.




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Market Strategies Technical Information


Support Levels S&P 500        2056 – 2071

Resistance S&P 500              2138


Support Levels DOW          17,680

Resistance DOW                18,085


Support Levels QQQ            104.50 – 106.10

Resistance QQQ                  107.30


Support Levels NASDAQ      4860

Resistance NASDAQ            4980



$100,000 Trading Portfolio Stock Positions and Trades


Each stock is allocated a theoretical $ 5,000 share of the portfolio unless otherwise indicated.



Purchase Price Purchase Date Stop/Loss   Price/Date Sold   Profit/(Loss)
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16.73       04/16 15.89 Stop
82.77       04/15
68.48       04/13 67.37 04/14 ( $ 111 )
0.99       03/30
34.46       03/23
102.73       03/03
  8.02       02/24
  8.56       02/13
10.16       02/13
0.7411      12/26
4.84      12/18
16.84      12/18
8.40      12/16
3.10      11/28
14.21      10/16
34.99      09/09
  2.95      05/19
0.407      03/14
15.37      01/16
4.08 8/12
6.56 7/11
0.22 10/22/12 .12 sco


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For those of you who do not buy puts to protect your portfolio, there are many ETF’s that are the inverse of the DOW. The symbols are DOG, DXD, SDS,TZA and RWM, which go up when the  DOW, S&P 500 and Russell 2000 go down and down when they go up. The DZZ goes up double when gold goes down.


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New Options Trades:

Buy 6 BIDU May 210 Calls @ $ 3.05

Buy 8 TLT May 132 Calls  @  $ 1.65

There were seven closed long option positions:


Face Book ( FB ) April 82.50 Calls making a profit of $ 1136

UPS April 96.50 Puts netting a profit of $ 780 and the

Pfizer April 35 Calls adding a small gain of $ 96


for a total of $ 2,012 on the plus side.


Three positions were losers:


PFE May 36 Calls

FB April 83 Calls and the

SYY Aprol 38 Calls


for a total of $ 1144 in the red.


The net resulted in a gain of $ 868 for the week in options.


There was one closed out stock position, the SCO showing a loss of $ 111


The result for last week was a gain of $ 757.


For the full year to date, we have gains of $ 20,320.


Open position losses increased to $ 9,450.


There are three long Open Option positions:


AA May 13 Calls

ARRY June 8 Calls and the

LOCO May 28 Calls.


The options expire on the third Friday of each Month unless otherwise posted.


The Stock table has the following  22 positions:




The options call for a $ 2,500 investment unless otherwise stated; each stock position requires $5,000 unless otherwise specifically stated. We are basing money management on a hypothetical $ 100,000.00 and are using a total of $87,495.00 for the 22 open stock positions. There are three long option positions requiring $ 2,850.00 totaling $ 90,315.00, leaving $ 9,685.00 in Cash.


These figures are approximate and there might be errors. We have not counted the dividends received from Apple, JP Morgan, BSBR ( Brazil ), Santander, Blue Capital Reinsurance and others. Blue Capital issued a special extra dividend of $ 0.66 per share which enabled us to reduce our cost by that amount. In addition it pays about 7% per year in regular dividends.


We do not count commission costs and all trading once again is hypothetical.


Executions that have occurred at or near the open or close of trading sometimes vary from our actual numbers.  For example, when something opens down and it is through our price, we take the next trade whether it is an uptick or continues lower.  This sometimes results in a 50% trade that is slightly above or below the exact number…



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Previous Week’s Recommendations and

Rules for the Market Strategies

$100,000 Portfolio Trading Account


  • All options count for about $ 2,500.00 for model portfolio calculations unless

otherwise stated


  • When the option has doubled sell half the position


  • Stop Loss protection is either half or offered with each trade


  • The cost of the option is the asking price (or the price between the bid and ask,

whichever is more realistic)


  • The options will be followed until closed out.


  • Option Symbols are stock symbol with expiration month and strike price


Option Cost Date Sold Date Profit/(Loss)
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Calls0.85 04/15/15
Calls0.56 04/15/15 0.28( 50% Loss Rule ) 04/16/15 ( $ 280 )
Puts0.51 04/13/15 0.90 04/14/15 $ 780
Calls0.72 04/13/15 1.44( Sold Half on 100% Profit Rule



Sold Balance




$ 576 


$ 560

Calls0.44 04/10/15 0.22( 50% Loss Rule ) 04/17/15 ( $ 264 )
Calls0.53 04/09/15
Calls0.49 03/30/15 0.24( 50% Loss Rule 04/13/15 ( $ 600 )
Calls0.21 03/26/15 0.27 04/13/15 $ 96
Calls0.90 03/25/15


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This Weeks’ Economic Numbers

Earnings Releases and Media Data


This Weeks’ Economic Numbers, Earnings Releases and Media Data

Before the Open on top of the Row; After the close below the Economics Information


Monday Halliburton ( HAL 0.39 vs 0.73 ) Hasbro ( HAS 0.08 vs 0.14 )  Morgan Stanley ( MS 0.79 vs 0.68 ) Royal Caribbean ( RCL 0.13 vs 0.21 )SunTrust Bks  STi 0.72 vs 0.73After the Close: IBM 2.85 vs 2.64 Rambus RMBS 0.13 vs 0.17  
Tuesday Allegheny Tech ( ATI 0.09 vs -0.17 ) Baker Hughes BHI 0.46 vs 0.84 Brinker Restaurants ( EAT 0.93 vs 0.84 ) Canadian Pacific CP 2.21 vs 1.44 Credit Suisse( CS 0.67 vs 0.48 ) Dover 0.71 vs 1.02 DuPont ( DD 1.32 vs 1.58 )  Fifth Third Bancorp ( FITB 0.37 vs 0.38 ) Gannett GCI 0.45 vs 0.47 Harley Davidson ( HOG 1,26 vs 1.21 ) Illinois Tool ITW 1.18 vs 1.01 Kimberly Clark ( KMB 1.33 vs 1.48 )

Lockheed ( LMT 2.46 vs 2.87 ) Manpower ( MAN 0.79 vs 0.86 ) TD Ameritrade  AMTD ( 0.35 vs 0.35 ) Under Armour ( UA 0.05 vs 0.06 ) United technologies

(  UTX 1.46 vs 1.32 ) Verizon ( VZ 0.95 vs 0.84 )

FireEye gives a technology briefing at the RSA Conference in San Francisco.   

After the Close:

Amgen ( AMGN 2.11 vs 1.87 ) Broadcom ( BRCM 0.60 vs 0.51 ) Chipotle Mexican Grill ( CMG 3.64 vs 2.64 ) Gilead Sciences ( GILD 2.28 vs 1.48 ) Nabors Industries

( NBR 0.13 vs 0.16 ) Stryker ( SYK 1.09 vs 1.06 ) United Rentals( URI 1.18 vs 0.90 )

Yahoo  YHOO 0.18 vs 0.38  Yumi Brands  YUM 0.72 vs 0.87 ) ISRG 3.88 vs 1.13

Wednesday Abbott Labs ( ABT 0.42 vs 0.41 ) Boeing ( BA 1.83 vs 1.76 ) Coca-Cola KO .42 vs 0.44 DR Horton ( DHI 0.38 vs 0.38 ) McDonalds ( MCD 1.07 vs 1.21 ) Teledyne Technologies ( TDY 1.19 vs 1.20 ) Thermo Fisher  ( TMO 1.61 vs 1.53 ) 07:00 hrs MBA Mortgage Index 04/11 ( NA vs -2.3% )

09:00 hrs FHFA Housing Price Index ( NA vs 0.3% )

10:00 hrs Existing Home Sales March ( 5.07Mln Units  vs 4.88 annualized )

10:30 hrs Crude Inventories 04/11 ( NA vs +1.294 Mln Bbls )

AT&T ( T:  0.66 vs 0.71 ) Citrix ( CTXS 0.64 vs 0.64 ) Facebook ( FB 0.41 vs 0.34 )

Texas Instruments ( TXN 0.68 vs 0.44 ) Tractor Supply ( TSCO 0.41 vs 0.35 )

Thursday 3M ( MMM 1.93 vs 1.79 ) Altria ( MO 0.62 vs 0.57 ) Alaska Air ( ALK 1.10 vs 1.28 )Caterpillar ( CAT 1.36 vs 1.61 ) Eli Lilly ( LLY 0.73 vs 0.70 ) Dow Chemical ( DOW 0.75 vs 0.79 ) Dunkin Brands ( DNKN 0.35 vs 0.33 ) Freeport McMoRan ( FCX -0.04 vs 0.49 ) Gen Motors GM 0.95 vs 0.06  Helmrich & Payne ( HP 0.84 vs 1.59 )

Southwest Air ( LUV 0.65 vs 0.18 ) Un Pacific  UNP 1.38 vs 2.38 UAL 1.41 vs 1.33

08:30 hrs Initial Claims 04/18 ( 288K vs 294K )

Continuing Claims 04/11 ( 2380K vs 2268K )

10:00 hrs New Home Sales March ( 517K vs 539K )

Building Permits March ( 1081K vs 1092K )

10:00 hrs New Home Sales March  ( 517K vs 539K )

10:30 hrs Natural Gas Inventories 04/18 ( NA vs +63bcf )

Amazon AMZN -0.14 vs 0.23  Capital One ( COF 1.87 vs 1.96 )Landstar System ( LSTR 0.73 vs 0.61 ) Microsoft ( MSFT 0.53 vs 0.68 )

Friday Biogen ( BIIB 3.90 vs 2.47 ) Immunogen ( IMGN -0.23 vs -0.44 )08:30 hrs Durable Goods Orders March ( +0.5% vs -1.4% )

D.G. Ex Transportation  March ( 0.5% vs -0.6% rev from -0.4% )




Market Strategies Fundamentals


Last week the Dow Jones Industrial Average fell 231.35 points or 1.28%.


The Dow Jones Transportation fell even more on a relative basis,  down 1.37% or 120.33 to 8647,50.


The Tranny is challenging its December lows ( 8580.91 ) reached on December 17th.


However, it has not exceeded them and continues to find support. CSX ( CSV: $ 33.30 ) released earnings last Tuesday afternoon but made a low before the earnings release at 31.87 and then found buying the rest of the week to at least close at its 13 day moving average.


Earnings expectations are dismal and anything reasonable sparks a rally. Intel ( INTC: $ 31.49 was similar. Expectations were horrible. The stock traded as low as $ 31.27 just prior, then after the release showing an unexpected but substantial drop in top line revenues, Intel closed the week up to $ 32.47.


Both top line and first quarter earnings are poor. American Express ( AXP: $ 77.32 ) closed the worst at new lows for the new year and well below its December lows.


The S&P 500 down 20.88  and Russell 2000 off 12.92  both gave up about 1% while the Nasdaq fell 1.28% or 64.16 to 4931.81. Earnings season will continue with soft expectations. However, Netfix  NFLX: $ 571.55 just killed the bears up 96.87 points for the week or 20.4%… an example of getting short too early.


Besides the soft expectations in domestic first quarter results, geopolitical events were a major obstacle.


First, the Chinese markets, including Hong Kong, made a sharp retracement on basically structural moves by their authorities to slow down the escalation of their markets by imposing margin requirements and lifting restrictions on short-selling.


The Chinese market, which has shot up more than 20% in two weeks, gave up more than 4% on Friday – just a friendly reminder how volatile markets can be in the thralls of speculative fever. The developed markets fared better, with the S&P 500 losing slightly more than 1%, while Europe lost about 2%. More of the up and down swings which have characterized markets so far this year.


For participants in the European market since the beginning of this year when Europe kick-started its QE program, many would have seen their investments risen more than 15% already. One of the more popular ETFs these days is the WisdomTree Europe Hedged Equity ETF (NYSEARCA:HEDJ)  has risen 19.1% YTD, even with an impending Greek default (they will run out of money in May without any resolution).


The worst news is being injected into the markets now in the midst of poor earnings. Volatility remains at a relatively low with a VIX at 13.89, a little too low for the bears to be comfortable. Conversely, geopolitical events are becoming ever more dangerous and not likely to be more comforting in the near future.  



Market Strategies Economic Data


Industrial production declined 0.6% in March after increasing an unrevised 0.1% in February.

The Briefing.com Consensus expected industrial production to decline 0.3%.Nearly the entire decline was the result of warmer temperatures, which reduced utilities usage by 5.9% after extreme cold boosted production by 5.7% in February. Mining production including the beleaguered oil industry

(-0.7%) also contributed to the pullback as relatively low oil prices continue to constrain the industry.  Manufacturing production shook off the weaknesses associated with the contracting regional manufacturing surveys by increasing 0.1% in March after declining 0.2% in February.


That was the first monthly increase in manufacturing production since November 2014.

Normally, that would be a good sign for future economic gains. However, the entire increase in manufacturing production came from the motor vehicle industry. Motor vehicle and parts production increased 3.2% in March after declining 3.6% in February. Excluding motor vehicle production, manufacturing production declined 0.1% and total industrial production declined by an even worse 0.8%.





Housing starts increased 2.0% in March to 926,000 from an upwardly revised 908,000 (from 897,000) in February. The Briefing.com Consensus expected housing starts to increase to 1.045 mln.


In February, housing starts dropped 15.3% from 1.072 mln in January and fell below 1.00 mln for the first time since August 2014. At the time, the collapse in starts was blamed on extreme inclement weather conditions that impacted the Northeast and the Midwest.


Going by the weather theory, starts should have rebounded in those two areas of the country, and stability in the South and West should have brought total starts back to January levels. The Northeast did return to January levels, as expected. However, the rebound in the Midwest was poor and remained well below previous trends. Furthermore, starts in the unaffected West (-19.3%) and South (-3.5%) fell to levels not seen since the first half of 2014.


The lackluster rebound in March housing starts shows that the decline in February was not completely due to weather-related effects.


Starts 926K 908K 1072K 1081K 1015K
  1 Unit 618K 592K 698K 725K 674K
  Multi Units 308K 316K 374K 356K 341K
Permits 1039K 1102K 1060K 1060K 1060K



Market Strategies Cycles


     Notice the Market Laboratory Section: The AAII numbers show tremendous indecision.

The “Neutral” numbers are at their highest levels in years.


The third week of April came to a close with extreme weakness partly due to expectations of earnings and partly external events such as Greece and Asian markets. April  is likely to continue strong surging this week in line with seasonal expectations. Since 2006, April has been up nine years in a row with an average gain of 3.1% to reclaim its position as the best DJIA month since 1950. April is third best for S&P and fourth best for NASDAQ (since 1971). Volatility remains very low at 13.89


Typical pre-election year strength does bolster April’s performance since 1950. April is DJIA’s best month in pre-election years (+4.2%), second best for S&P 500 (+3.6%) and third best for NASDAQ (+3.7%). Small caps, measured by the Russell 2000 also perform well with gains (+3.4%) in seven of nine pre-election year April’s since 1979. The DJ Transportation average has apparently turned around as it rallied every day last week. Closes below last week’s lows would be negative. It would be appropriate to be long some bear hedges so long as the HDGE closes above its 13 DMA.




Bear (HDGE) is the most aggressive “Worst Six Months” defense to consider. HDGE is an actively managed ETF that establishes short positions in individual stocks. As of the end of February it had the most exposure to the Consumer Discretionary and Information Technology sectors. These two sectors combined represented 59% of the ETFs total exposure. For HDGE to be a homerun, the market needs to suffer a substantial breakdown in the “Worst Six Months.” Even if the market moves sideways, HDGE’s rather lofty 2.92% net expense ratio is going to be a drag. More than half of this fee is the cost of active management while short interest expense adds another 1.22%. Assets total nearly $125 million and average daily volume is around 100,000 shares per day. Both assets and trading activity have a tendency to swell during periods of market weakness. HDGE should be considered on rallies above its 50 Day Moving Average which comes into play just above 11.04.



Stocks and ETF’s bought over the past few weeks:


We  do not have positions in the VXX, SPXU or UDOW


The VIX, HDGE and SPXU protect against declines while the UDOW and various stocks reflect the long side. VIX is a measure of market expectations of near term volatility conveyed by S&P 500 Index Option prices.


Buy the HDGE on a close above 11.04.


We think XIX prices are too low and would initiate longs on any dips from here. We like having both long and short positions because of the tremendous uncertainty of the markets and world events. Please check on the previous weekly market letters if there are questions.


We are long the Alcoa at 13.03.  We are long and behind in Diana Shipping at 6.60. The Scorpio Tankers were not ever filled as the market never got to our price. Try to buy a scale down on this move.


The tanker shippers like NAT and GLNG are doing much better than dry shippers like Diana Shipping.


We were stopped out of the Mosaic with a profit. Buy GLNG in liquefied N.G. at $ 32 about the 50 day moving average.


We would try to buy CHK and XOM  about 5-10% lower this week.( All trading is hypothetical  and intended as guidance)


Symbol Name Business Description PE P/S MV mln Price Buy Limit Stop LossOr sold
ENZ Enzo Biochem Medical Labs Research —- 1.25 123 mln 2.70 2.70 2.46x
BAC Bank of America Commercial Bank 10 2.02 165.3B 15.56 15.60 15.22x
HDGE Advisor Shares Ranger Bear ETF 10.86 11.04 X 10.60X if filled
AA Alcoa Aluminum 11 0.66 16.06B 13.46 13.03 12.60
XOM Exxon Mobil Oil and Gas 11 0.96 351B 86.93 83.15 80
CHK Chesapeake Oil and Gas 7.50 0.45 9.31B 15.45 13.10 12.15
GLNG Golar Liquefied N.G. Hedging NA 30.39 3.14B 34.89 32.44 30.50
SAN Santander Banking world-wide 14 2.34 91.6B 7.07 7.28 6.80
DSX Diana Shipping Dry Cargo Shipping N/A 3.7 611 6.08 6.60 5.90
STNG Scorpio Tankers Oil Transportation 26 5.6 1.47B 9.63 7.46 unable 7.48



Undervalued Small Cap Stocks



Spanish bank Banco Santander  (SAN: 7.07 )


is ready to outperform right now. In the last six months, this $98 billion banking play has shed 30% of its market value, dragged lower by ongoing issues in the Eurozone financial system. But things could be about to change for long-suffering shareholders. SAN is starting to show signs of a bottom here. They will have better earnings having cut dividends.


Santander is currently forming a double bottom pattern, a bullish reversal pattern that looks just like it sounds. The double bottom is formed by a pair of swing lows that find support at approximately the same price level. The buy signal comes on a breakout through the peak that separates though two troughs. For SAN, that’s the $7.40 breakout level.



RMS Medical Systems, Inc ( REPR 0.42 )*


 Has doubled this year already and can double again .


RMS designs, markets, manufactures portable easy to operate infusion devices, including needles and tubing. It is easy to handle by patients. The Freedom 60 is being marketed in Europe as well as gaining a footing among home-care professionals in America. The RescueVac is used in ambulances and planes for emergency suction.



Enzo Biochem ( ENZ: NYSE: $ 2.70)


This company does almost $ 100 million a year in sales.  We bought Enzo and got stopped out two weeks ago  I would be stubborn and try to buy it again especially if it got to the

$ 2.60-2.70 level risking 30 cents.


I am basing my belief that the fundamentals will overcome the technical pattern. $ 3.02 is approximately  the 13-day moving average. If it can’t close above this number, we can’t be long the stock. Fiscal 2015 (July) got off to a solid start with Q1 (Oct) results continuing to affirm our belief that Enzo’s core businesses are improving.


Once again, revenue, gross profit and adjusted EBITDA were all better than projected, with revenue growth in both the clinical lab and life sciences businesses. Gross margin in both businesses continued to improve, as the ongoing shift toward higher value molecular testing and efforts to improve operational efficiency continue to bolster margins.


The company’s balance sheet remains on good footing while catalysts in the form of new products and litigation remain in play. Accordingly, we reiterate our Buy rating and $7 price target.


What keeps us excited about ENZ is (1) a clinical lab which is highly attractive to numerous strategic buyers; (2) a proprietary molecular diagnostic technology that could cut the cost of molecular testing by about 50%; and (3) IP litigation that could yield hundreds of millions of dollars over time.


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Rule 17B Attestations and Disclaimers


Princeton Research, Inc. has approximately 2,581,578 shares of AIVN both free and restricted and represents them for Investor relations. Princeton also has about 40,000 shares of TXGE. Princeton is paid $ 1,500 per month from RMS Medical Products. Princeton has bought 81,100 shares of RMS Medical Products. Princeton was paid $ 2,500 to write a report on Xinergy. Princeton has signed a contract with CBLI to be paid $ 2500 for July and August for investor relations. Princeton has been engaged by Target Energy. No contract is currently in place. Princeton was paid about 500,000 restricted shares of Leo Motors.


When there is no movement in penny stocks, even though there is none or very small losses, we will liquidate ( sold AIVN on stop ) even though we like the company, if money is needed for better opportunities.


We now believe REPR represents upside opportunity. The Target ADR trades at about $ 4.50 in U.S. vs 0.05 in Australia. Princeton owns 400,000 Australia shares and about 900 U.S. ADR’s.


Pursuant to the provisions of Rule 206 (4) of the Investment Advisers Act of 1940, readers should recognize that not all recommendations made in the future will be profitable or will equal the performance of any recommendations referred to in this e-mail issue. Princeton may buy or sell its free-trading shares in companies it represents at any time.


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