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Monday, September 29, 2014

Cowen Increased FedEx Target to $210 With Outperform Rating

Today Cowen and Company upgraded FedEx (FDX Charts & Current Quote) to "Outperform." Cowen raised their target for FDX to $210 from their prior target of $155.

Today is FedEx's Annual Shareholders Meeting which began at 8AM, CST. You can view a webcast of the meeting here.

A Briefing.com report on Schwab's site says Cowen expects FedEx to "announce a new share purchase program and potentially increase the dividend at today's annual meeting."

In "FedEx Upgraded by Cowen and Company to “Outperform" Ticker Report adds:
  • Analysts at Wolfe Research upgraded shares of FedEx from a “market perform” rating to an “outperform” rating in a research note on Thursday, September 18th. 
  • Separately, analysts at Macquarie reiterated an “outperform” rating on shares of FedEx in a research note on Thursday, September 18th. They now have a $184.00 price target on the stock, up previously from $160.00. 
  • Finally, analysts at Deutsche Bank reiterated a “buy” rating on shares of FedEx in a research note on Thursday, September 18th. They now have a $179.00 price target on the stock, up previously from $178.00. 
  • Seven investment analysts have rated the stock with a hold rating, eleven have assigned a buy rating and two have given a strong buy rating to the stock. 
  • The stock presently has a consensus rating of “Buy” and a consensus price target of $159.33.
Currently, FDX is trading at $162.  $210 is  30% or $48 higher.
 FedEx Charts and Price Quote
Disclosure:  I am long FDX.  Also, FDX was one of the core stocks that I started my newsletter Explore Portfolio with on September 1998 when it was only $22.50.   My belief back then that continues today is FedEx will benefit greatly from people and businesses ordering goods on the internet.

Friday, September 26, 2014

Fear & Greed Index Plunged to 8 Recovers to 11

CNNMoney has a sentiment index called the "Fear & Greed Index."   Here is a snapshot of the index for today.

Fear and Greed now down to 11!

This index is a summation of seven indicators explained in detail here
  1. Stock Price Momentum: The S&P 500 versus its 125-day moving average
  2. Stock Price Strength: The number of stocks hitting 52-week highs and lows on the New York Stock Exchange
  3. Stock Price Breadth: The volume of shares trading in stocks on the rise versus those declining.
  4. Put and Call Options: The put/call ratio, which compares the trading volume of bullish call options relative to the trading volume of bearish put options
  5. Junk Bond Demand: The spread between yields on investment grade bonds and junk bonds
  6. Market Volatility: The VIX, which measures volatility
  7. Safe Haven Demand: The difference in returns for stocks versus Treasuries
"For each indicator, we look at how far they've veered from their average relative to how far they normally veer. We look at each on a scale from 0 - 100. The higher the reading, the greedier investors are being, and 50 is neutral.

Then we put all the indicators together - equally weighted - for a final index reading."

Wow! We got here fast! 
3-Years of Fear & Greed Index
3-Years of S&P500


Thursday, September 25, 2014

Los Altos Home Prices for August 2014

The median single-family home price for Los Altos California as of August 2014 is $2,250,000 a gain of 2% over August 2013 when it was $2,204,000.

The average Los Altos home sold for 5.7% above the asking price!

Located between Apple, Google, Facebook and Tesla and just a short drive to Stanford University, Los Altos is central to many of today's growing companies that turned founders and employees into recent millionaires.  With some of the top schools in the country, Los Altos is a prime target for young tech titans looking to diversify their stock holdings and settle down to raise a family or just live in a town with a low crime rate and larger lots for the money when compared to Palo Alto on its Northern border.


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August2014 Los Altos Sales Summary

The three portfolios in Kirk Lindstrom's Investment Letter are again near record all time highs.  


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Los Altos real estate data courtesy of Alain Pinel realtors Jeff Stricker (jstricker@apr.com) and Steve Tenbroeck (stenbroeck@apr.com)

GeoGlobal Resources GGLR Back in Play

GeoGlobal Resources Inc. or GGLR (GGLR charts and quote) is back in play.  The old website is back on after the new website went live earlier this month.


Year-to-date, the stock is up over 100%
More GGLR charts and quote

Jean Paul Roy is back in a leadership role! 
From www.geoglobalresources.com/management.php
President/CEO: Jean Paul Roy has in excess of thirty years of geological and geophysical experience in oil & gas basins worldwide as he has worked on projects throughout India, North and South America, Europe, the Middle East, the former Soviet Union and South East Asia. His specialties include modern seismic data acquisition and processing techniques, and integrated geological and geophysical data interpretation. Since 1981 he has held geophysical positions with Niko Resources Ltd., Gujarat State Petroleum Corporation, Reliance Industries, Cubacan Exploration Inc., PetroCanada, GEDCO, Eurocan USA and British Petroleum. Mr. Roy graduated from St. Mary’s University of Halifax, Nova Scotia in 1982 with a B.Sc. in Geology and has been certified as a Professional Geophysicist.
Press Releases that I discussed in my last (current) Newsletter:
Sept 24, 2014Presenting 13% to 20% Return Opportunities at New York Conference. (PDF)
Sept 19, 2014GeoGlobal Advises Claim of Interest in Colombia License and a US$650 Million Damages Claim in India. (PDF)
12 Sept 2014Major Oil And Gas E&P Interest Acquired By Key Capital (PDF)

Watch for future press releases here.

Disclosure:  In June of this year, 2014, I added 10,000 shares of GGLR at $0.0081 to my ROTH IRA.   On December 31, 2013, as a year-end tax loss selling play, I added 10,000 shares of GGLR to my regular trading IRA at $0.0094.  Those two buys significantly increased my holdings of this penny stock.  I've personally made a lot of money with over the years buying when dirt cheap then watching what the insiders do to get an idea when to take big profits out.  I also cover GGLR in my newsletter where the shares I hold are well into "house money" from selling the ups and down.

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