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Sunday, August 31, 2014

Premarket Trading Ideas for Sept 2nd: DGLY, JRJC, BLOX, IVAN, ASTI, UTHR, SPLK, DGLY, KNDI, OTIV, SGOC

Chart of the day:

CONN: Support level

DGLY: DGLY Short Term Price Target $16.31
DGLY Short Term Price Target $16.31
JRJC: Short Term price Target $8.10
JRJC: Short Term price Target $8.10
BLOX: Short Term Price Target $14.13
BLOX Short Term Price Target 14.13
Trade Plan: 
@9.20 am EST

Pre Market Earning - CONN, KFX

After Hours Earning: - PIKE, GWRE, AVNW, PRGN

Economic calendar:
Australian rate decision: Tuesday, 12:30 am EST: Australia’s central bank maintained the cash rate at a record low of 2.5%, saying the nation’s economic outlook remains unclear. The slowdown in mining investment weighs on growth. Therefore, GDP expansion in the June quarter is expected to be weaker than in the previous quarter. Domestic demand is also subdued due to elevated currency. However, lenient monetary policy boosted the housing market. Global issues also contributed to uncertainty tensions in Ukraine and Gaza and the guessing game around the timing of the first rate increase in the US. No change in rats is expected now.

US ISM Manufacturing PMI: Tuesday, 10:00 am EST: The U.S. manufacturing sector improved strongly in July reaching 57.1 points following 55.3 points in June. Economists expected a reading of 56.1. US Manufacturing remained in expansion territory for 14 consecutive months. New orders advanced to 63.4, rising 4. points from June’s reading of 58.9. Production edged up to 61.2, from 60 and the employment soared to 58.2, up 5.4 points from June’s reading of 53. A slight drop to 57 is forecasted this time.

Australian GDP: Wednesday, 9:30 pm EST:. Australia’s economy expanded 1.1% in the first quarter beating expectations for a 0.9% growth rate. The high rise was explained by the unexpected growth to the mining, financial and insurance services and the construction boom. The rate of expansion in the last 12 months to March reached 3.5% indicating the economy is resilient. The RBA projects a growth rate of 2.75% for this year and a rise of 2.5% for 2015. Australia’s economy is predicted to expand 0.4% in the second quarter.

Overbought Stock:
Overbought Stocklist

Oversold Stocklist
Stock Gainer and Loser:

NASDAQ PERCENT GAINERS: Stocks with last price greater than or equal to $2.00
Last Price as of 03:49PM ET 08/29/2014
SymbolNameLast PriceToday's ChangeDay's RangeVolume
IVANIvanhoe Energy Inc$2.31+0.83 (56.08%)$1.51 - $3.1513M
ASTIAscent Solar Technologies Inc$2.88+1.06 (58.24%)$1.84 - $2.962M
UTHRUnited Therapeutics Corp$117.79+26.10 (28.47%)$90.40 - $118.006M
VLTCVoltari Corp$2.14+0.43 (25.15%)$1.70 - $2.22291K
EVARLombard Medical Inc$7.71+1.21 (18.62%)$6.21 - $7.7738K
SPLKSplunk Inc$53.50+8.21 (18.13%)$48.55 - $54.9519M
DGLYDigital Ally Inc$18.47+2.79 (17.79%)$17.32 - $19.8615M
CADCChina Advanced Construction Materials Group Inc$4.81+0.51 (11.81%)$4.08 - $4.816K
BEBEbebe stores inc$3.29+0.32 (10.77%)$2.97 - $3.31762K
ICELCellular Dynamics International Inc$11.42+0.97 (9.28%)$10.43 - $11.6731K

NASDAQ PERCENT LOSERS: Stocks with last price greater than or equal to $2.00
Last Price as of 03:49PM ET 08/29/2014
SymbolNameLast PriceToday's ChangeDay's RangeVolume
SGOCSGOCO Group Ltd$2.43-0.41 (14.44%)$2.35 - $2.741M
OHGIOne Horizon Group Inc$2.02-0.23 (10.22%)$1.91 - $2.203K
PSUNPacific Sunwear Of California Inc$2.08-0.22 (9.57%)$2.06 - $2.25790K
PSBHPSB Holdings, Inc$7.14-0.72 (9.11%)$7.00 - $7.737K
AGTCApplied Genetic Technologies Corp$17.12-1.26 (6.86%)$16.82 - $18.6645K
KNDIKandi Technologies Group Inc$17.92-1.20 (6.28%)$17.17 - $19.589M
OMEDOncoMed Pharmaceuticals Inc$20.22-1.36 (6.30%)$20.00 - $21.80210K
PRTSUS Auto Parts Network Inc$3.02-0.18 (5.63%)$3.02 - $3.2374K
OTIVOn Track Innovations Ltd$2.70-0.15 (5.27%)$2.64 - $3.011M
CCCRChina Commercial Credit Inc$3.00-0.17 (5.48%)$3.00 - $3.2363K

Ex Dividend:

Home Depot (HD) is set to trade ex-dividend on September 2. The home improvement retailer offers a dividend yield of 2.3% based on Thursday’s closing price of $91.87 and the company’s quarterly dividend payout of 47 cents. The stock is up 12.79% year-to-date.

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