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Friday, October 31, 2014

Chipotle Mexican Grill (NYSE: CMG) Report

Chipotle Mexican Grill (NYSE: CMG) reported an EPS blowout against Wall Street expectations. However, its outlook for 2015 disappointed investors, as the shares traded down 7% after the report. So what are investors to do with CMG shares now? Given the company’s excellent execution and the fact that it is in the right spot of the consumers’ stomach in America, it deserves a favorable perspective. In terms of valuation, I do not see it as an expensive idea against what are apparently conservative estimates. Chipotle still has to prove itself internationally, but markets are available for it similar to the U.S. market. I see risks around Ebola, should the global situation deteriorate, due to the company’s consumer focus and what fear may come. It’s wise to keep the radar attuned here, and for all the perhaps at risk names with consumer exposure and potentially sensitive valuations. I am not concerned, however, about global economic growth for CMG, as its menu price point is not relatively expensive. Also, the consumer trends that serve it in the U.S., regarding the increasingly health conscience society, exist in its next growth markets as well. Thus, aggressive and/or diversified investors, and those portfolios where restaurant exposure is needed, can consider adding Chipotle (NYSE: CMG) shares, especially as we enter December and exit the current dynamic capital flow environment. For more, see my report on CMG at Seeking Alpha.

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Thursday, October 30, 2014

Real Estate Recovery is A-Okay

We received evidence last week that the real estate recovery is intact. Both existing home sales and new home sales data showed steady activity atop historical trend lines. The iShares US Real Estate (NYSE: IYR) rose throughout the week, along with other real estate relative securities.

Real Estate Relative Security
Week Ended 10-24-14
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MGIC Investment (NYSE: MTG)
Bank of America (NYSE: BAC)
Market Vectors Mortgage REIT (NYSE: MORT)
PulteGroup (NYSE: PHM)
AvalonBay Communities (NYSE: AVB)

Do not buy into the hype about housing’s supposed impending second demise. The real estate market has just been shown to be improving, and fertile ground remains for future growth. See my latest report on Real Estate here.

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Wednesday, October 29, 2014

Gold to Sink 11% to 20%

Gold enthusiasts recently got a reprieve on the metal currency’s slide versus dollar strength. The emergence of Ebola in the United States caused some to question the protection of the dollar against global woes and to reconsider gold. However, Ebola fear is fading and the FOMC event today should remind investors of the Fed’s rate plans and reinvigorate the dollar. The SPDR Gold Trust (NYSE: GLD) has stabilized lately on what I see as market greed and hope. However, this event could push gold to break into new 52-week low territory, and I see the SPDR Gold Trust (NYSE: GLD) dropping a further 11% or more in 2014 from its current trade. Obviously, this statement is qualified on the assumption of no significant Ebola outbreak or terrorism in the U.S. See more about my view for gold here.

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SPDR Gold Trust (NYSE: GLD)
Market Vectors Gold Miners (NYSE: GDX)
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How the Market Blew Off Ebola

Many market players likely attributed Wall Street’s non-reaction to the New York City Ebola case to every excuse but the real factor lifting stocks. I indicated the rally would build steam last week, but my correct call had little to do with Ebola or the avoidance of a broader outbreak in the United States. Rather, the catalyst and cure was a forthcoming event today that the market has its sights set on. Anticipation of this pending event was so powerful it carried stocks right through the discovery of Ebola in America’s most populous city. See more on the market’s courageous gains here, and why I see it turning to cowardice today. Interests SPDR S&P 500 (NYSE: SPY).

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Wednesday, October 15, 2014

Why I’m Conflicted About the Dow Dog Pack

I presciently got investors out of small caps and the iShares Russell 2000 ETF (NYSE: IWM) in August and warned about the higher risk in the Nasdaq-100 a few weeks before that. I was preparing to move followers into the Dow, as the dogged performance of the SPDR Dow Jones (NYSE: DIA) ETF illustrates what seems to be opportunity for “Dog of the Dow” theorists. The DIA seems to be calling out for acquisition given the underperformance of the Dow in recent times versus the S&P 500 and the Nasdaq. However, I’m conflicted about the purchase today, due to the international economic exposure of Dow dogs and apparent relative risk being priced in immediately. So, do we buy the DIA or not? See the full report about the Dow stocks here.

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Apple Could Disappoint Wall Street this Quarter

While I doubt Apple (Nasdaq: AAPL) could miss the analysts’ consensus target for it this quarter, I think there is a possibility that the company could disappoint the market when it reports its earnings results nonetheless. So what happens if it does? Would its future prospects be enough to hold valuation ground? Undoubtedly, the company will talk about its astounding early orders of new iPhones, its just received clearance to sell in China and its prospects for Apple Pay and the Apple Watch, and maybe a new iPad. So, for the long-term Apple looks fine, but at the hour of its EPS release, it might still dip a bit if the result disappoints Wall Street. If I haven’t vetted that possibility efficiently through this article, you buy that dip after it settles. See the full report on Apple’s earnings preview here.

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Tuesday, October 14, 2014

Ebola Threatens Global Stocks

Ebola is worthy of Wall Street worry, because if the situation worsens and the disease spreads to Europe and/or the United States it poses a serious threat to the global economy. The disease is so lethal and terrifying that it could seriously impair commerce. Should it do so, it would force layoffs and drive global recession. As a result, and even preceding such a dire scenario, stocks would collapse globally. Is the CDC correct in its reassurance that Ebola is not of concern to us then? Find the full report on the Ebola threat to stocks here. Article concerns SPDR S&P 500 (NYSE: SPY), SPDR Dow (NYSE: DIA), PowerShares QQQ (Nasdaq: QQQ), iShares Russell 2000 (NYSE: IWM), PowerShares DB US$ Bullish (NYSE: UUP), SPDR Barclays High Yield Bond (NYSE: JNK), iPath S&P VIX (NYSE: VXX), iPath S&P GSCI Crude (NYSE: OIL) and SPDR Gold Trust (NYSE: GLD).

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Ebola - Good for Gold

Make no mistake about it, as the Ebola outbreak progresses, if the situation worsens, especially in the United States, the price of gold will rise. In a recent report, I warned that gold has 8% to 17% more downside in dollar terms due to likely ongoing strengthening of the dollar. However, one catalyst that could change that scenario is a greater outbreak of Ebola in the United States. See the report for more on this morbid gold catalyst. Article interests SPDR Gold Trust (NYSE: GLD), Market Vectors Gold Miners (NYSE: GDX), Direxion Daily Gold Miners Bullish 3X (NYSE: NUGT), Direxion Daily Gold Miners Bearish (NYSE: DUST), iShares Silver Trust (NYSE: SLV) and Sprott Physical Gold Trust (NYSE: PHYS).

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Monday, October 13, 2014

Real Estate – Fed Gives Prospective Buyers More Time

Real estate investors were thrown a bone last Wednesday, when the FOMC meeting minutes release implied the low rate environment is likely to persist on Fed member concern about international issues. Previously, markets were growing concerned about the possibility of an early 2015 rate hike to start the new direction for FOMC monetary policy. But despite the economic gains we have seen at home, serious global issues do threaten, and the Fed has shown to be mindful of them and their ability to affect the American economy. While these issues are horrible and of great concern, real estate investors seemed to have a little more time to enjoy the unprecedented housing affordability that exists today. See the full real estate report here. Article interests SPDR Homebuilders (NYSE: XHB), iShares US Real Estate (NYSE: IYR), MGIC Investment (NYSE: MTG), Bank of America (NYSE: BAC), K.B. Home (NYSE: KBH) and Annaly Capital (NYSE: NLY).

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Have No Fear About the Consumer Confidence Drop

When the Conference Board reported Consumer Confidence for the month of September, some on the Street worried about the so-called bad news. But, dear friends, don’t fret, as consumer spending will not reflect this decrease. We have much more important things to worry about out here on the battleground anyway. See our full report on consumer confidence here. This article matters to investors in Wal-Mart (NYSE: WMT), Amazon.com (Nasdaq: AMZN), SPDR S&P Retail (NYSE: XRT) and Consumer Discretionary Select Sector SPDR (NYSE: XLY).

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Monday, October 06, 2014

Terrorism in America is a Game Changer for Stocks

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Symbol ISIS makes Christians wear for "Nazarene"
Is this sensational- ism or a reality that is simply beyond our ability to see today? In the past, I’ve touched on mankind’s inability to perceive risk until it is upon us, and how this preserves the sanity of most men. However, once we are forced to face a new anxiety filled paradigm that includes the possibility of regular terrorism, it could reshape American society and change the game for stocks. Last night, FBI Director James Comey appeared on 60 Minutes and said terrorists would like to do us harm in the near-term and may be working toward an imminent attack.

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Terrorism & Stocks

A few weeks ago on a day when the SPDR S&P 500 (NYSE: SPY) dropped 1.6%, the SPDR Dow Jones (NYSE: DIA) dipped 1.5%, the PowerShares QQQ (Nasdaq: QQQ) fell 2.1% and the iShares Russell 2000 (NYSE: IWM) slipped 1.7%, I attributed the decline to a credible terror threat shared by the Iraqi PM and the sensitivity of markets now around the fiscal year end of many institutional portfolios. See The Real Reason Stocks Tanked. So if I was correct in my assumptions, terrorism risk mattered to the market on that day, as I’m sure those holding stocks that day would agree. But given the many blatant threats from the Islamic State and its encouragement of western sympathizers to kill “disbelievers,” why isn’t there a hint of a risk premium for terrorism in stocks today? My answer to this rhetorical question is that there will not be until there is because of the human psych’s management of danger and anxiety.

Recently, I authored an article on gold and the SPDR Gold Trust (NYSE: GLD) entitled Terrorism Risk is Shockingly Absent from Analyses. I fielded comments indicating disbelief in the issue and discontent with my discussion of it. I think it’s strange that in the face of the rise of perhaps the most viscous terrorist group since the Taliban, American investors have hardly noticed, at least as far as their investment patterns show.

Perhaps it’s attributable to the great success of western intelligence agencies, and Americans simply feel safe. It sure seems as though core al-Qaeda, as the President referred to them, has been rendered impotent. The group of cave dwellers should know better, after the battering they have received, than to strike the United States again. But this ISIS gang is brazen.

I think there’s little risk of the sort of attack today that al-Qaeda would consider catastrophic or on a large scale. However, my view of “catastrophic” differs from that of al-Qaeda I suspect, and I thank God for that, because our nation has likely been spared some hardship as a result of al-Qaeda’s impossible dreams. You see, I believe that a series of small targeted strikes against us regularly would do more harm to our society, economy and stock market than most catastrophic possibilities like that which occurred on 9/11. That’s why I think the market collapsed on that aforementioned day when it seemed an American subway system might suffer a strike because of the Iraqi PM’s comments.

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5-Day Chart of the SPY ETF at Yahoo

Terrorism Risk is Real
You know, in West Africa, a great number of people do not believe their Ebola crisis is real. A PR campaign has been devised around educating and reassuring the people that the disease is catastrophically real. Likewise, Americans do not see terrorism risk as real today and American investors especially disbelieve in the possibility. It is human nature to discount risk until it strikes personally, but at that point, everything changes in the human psych. At that point, self preservation rises in importance as that fearful memory takes priority.

Such a paradigm shift in thinking could cause a lasting contraction of P/E ratios. Perhaps it is part of the reason why the Market Vectors Israel ETF (NYSE: ISRA) trades at a P/E of just 12X, versus 17X for the SPDR S&P 500 (NYSE: SPY). Smaller scale terrorism is a daily danger in Israel, versus in the United States. Might our P/E ratio contract under different circumstances?

The Islamic State has grown in number to over 30,000 by some accounts nearly overnight. Because of its very name and now its western opponents, it could draw greater numbers even faster. I’m not yet sure whether its recent engagement of the west through publicized beheadings of western citizens was foolhardy barbarism or ingenious strategy.

It would be foolhardy, because their barbaric beheadings of innocent civilians have hurt and enraged people across Europe and North America, and inspired the bombs now falling upon the death squads. I think we can agree that this is truly a fight worth fighting, and the American people have demanded their President fight it by showing discontent with his initial delay. When the President’s polling fell to historic lows, he was forced to act on behalf of the people and against his natural aversion to warfare. Perhaps even the President didn’t think this was a real problem, but now he does.

But from a strategic perspective, did the cruel murders committed by the so-called “Jihadi John” bring western power upon ISIS earlier than it could handle it? It sure looks that way, but that will likely depend on how hard the west comes down on the Islamic State, and what ISIS does next. On the other hand, by drawing the west into this battle, ISIS could now draw new recruits who simply want to fight America.

What ISIL could do to draw greater support from a region full of unemployed young people seeking the next cause to back is to engage more dictatorships, kingdoms and certainly Israel. From chaos like that which followed in Egypt and Libya, the wrong sort of order like that of the ISIL could develop. This is the greatest fear of Saudi Arabia and Jordan today, and why they will steadfastly oppose this uprising.

But the Islamic State could gain serious credibility among peoples of the region by engaging Israel. I fear that if it were to do so, no matter how badly it would pay for it due to Israel’s important resolve and power, little Islamic State factions might rise up within every Muslim nation. The Palestine problem is the perfect fuel the devil would use to fire the inferno of a global religious war pitting Muslims against Christians & Jews. I know most readers will view this as far-fetched fiction, but others will see it as certainly a future possibility. It’s clear that this problem has only evolved, where we thought we could fix it time and again. It’s ironic that the reward for victory in World War II would be used by the devil to fuel World War III. So even in his loss, the enemy of humanity planted the seed for a greater war.

The Islamic State’s broader war beyond Iraq and Syria could also draw more support from radicals embedded in western nations. We recently read about a disgruntled employee in Oklahoma who beheaded a woman at his former place of employment in the name of Islam. Was this the first ISIS attack on America, unnoticed by investors due to its workplace aspect? Obviously, his strike was driven by his job loss, but it was noted that he had recently converted to Islam and had been trying to convert colleagues. In fact, he was supposedly fired for arguing for the stoning of women, which falls under Sharia Law. The random murder he committed (he did not kill his boss or immediate coworkers) and the manner in which he did so (beheading) marked the first American killing in kind with the Islamic State. It was coldblooded, heartless and evil, not driven by any good faith, but by the perversion of faith, which is the devil’s way.

How Terrorism in the U.S. Could Change Society, Harm the Economy & Sink Stocks

I can think of a great number of ways terrorists could severely harm America, and I am thankful that I am on the side of America because of it. We would probably be wise to keep ideas like these to ourselves, but by now, some 13 years since 9-11, surely every idea has been considered by the bad guys; somehow I doubt it. I pray nonetheless that these next few thoughts never become the seeds of harm.

Subway plots are often discussed and sometimes employed by terrorists. Whether the sarin gas attacks in Japan or the tube tunnel bombings in London are used as evidence, these transportation lifelines have been shown to be in the plans of the bad guys. The latest warning from the new Iraqi PM showed they may be currently important for the U.S. and France.

Why do terrorists consider the subway? Security is light in the subway and a terrorist is likely to make it there without a hitch, whereas it is exceedingly difficult to board a plane with a bomb today. I think it comes to mind to them as an alternative to aircraft, because being poor, they use the subway and have seen them to be jammed full of people. So they offer significant killing opportunity for a bomb and the potential for world newsworthy destruction. The same goes for buses, which have been targeted in Israel over the years.

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There is actually PR value in these attacks. I remember the disgusting feeling in the pit of my belly when I discovered such misguided PR value personally. While in Cyprus, traveling in search of the forefathers of a friend of mine, we met a Lebanese girl who tagged along. On the highway, she said about September 11th, of which I was a witness to (an event which forever changed my life), that, and I quote her, “We were jumping!” In other words, she was jumping for joy about an event that needlessly caused the death of people like me and my colleague, and almost killed me by the way. My friend and I looked at one another and I immediately considered leaving her on the highway. We certainly did not stay in touch, but I saw how what we in the west see as horrible and unreasonable by any means, could have PR value to others, including even people we might otherwise consider as mild mannered.

A subway strike would have lasting impact. Disrupting the way to work for people can make their everyday daily life harrowing. Imagine the anxiety of every New Yorker the day after something like this, even years afterward. After all, the subway is the lifeline of New York and many other major metropolitan regions. It runs under the streets we walk on and the buildings we work in. There’s almost no avoiding it for a large number of the 10 million people who live in New York City. Citizen aversion to the subway would mean increased security expenditures and lost income for municipalities. While some of that may be restored through increased bridge and tunnel volume, I expect much would be lost to the use of bicycles and our God given two feet.

What about the mall?
I always thought that repeated attacks on malls could severely impact the economy and stymie important holiday shopping. Targeted strikes against J.C. Penney (NYSE: JCP) or Sears (Nasdaq: SHLD) stores could put the struggling retailers and important American employers out of business even. While al-Qaeda has wanted to completely blow up structures, men with machine guns would be just as disruptive. Obviously, today there are other options for shoppers, and terrorism could actually increase the sales of Amazon.com (Nasdaq: AMZN), which allow for shopping from home or office.

Note that I wrote “repeated strikes,” because I believe that is what is necessary for a paradigm shift in our society’s thinking about terrorism. One-time events are remembered but they do not necessarily hamper consumer shopping or corporate planning, nor do they have an important lasting effect on stocks. These are issues investors do not yet consider in valuation, but someday they could due to the real and escalating threat we face today.

Germ Warfare
Imagine if biological warfare were waged upon us. Joseph, a scientist I know calls bio-weapons the poor man’s WMD. He speaks of how easy it is to make “bugs” antibiotics resistant. What if this “mystery virus” now plaguing children across the country, and possibly also causing a sort of paralysis in some, were manufactured? Imagine if the disease were Ebola. Would the stores be full or empty around the holidays? Would people be eating out at restaurants or eating in? Our economy is 80% services driven, and if people aren’t getting their nails done and eating out, what happens to GDP? What happens to the labor force?

I can think of a great many more “catastrophic” though low scale dangers and I could explore this issue in-depth for pages more, but I’m going to stop here with one more important note. I am concerned that terrorism begets terrorism, and that attacks could exponentially increase in numbers. These kinds of explorations in thought are not currently present on Wall Street, but would be ever present if there is a paradigm shift. So, I conclude with concern, that “catastrophic” is in the eyes of the beholder. I’m glad al-Qaeda thought it had to outdo its WTC attack with something even bigger, and so limited itself from really terrorizing America. ISIS has already suggested to sympathizers that any sort of attack on westerners would serve their cause, and so it could accidentally do more damage to America than al-Qaeda as a result.

As this terrorist organization is smothered, I expect it to lash out at the west as it has promised it would. I see no risk of this priced into stocks today, but I expect that when something happens, it will suddenly strike into stocks, and a new paradigm may plague the market for awhile thereafter. But if terrorism becomes a plague itself, then P/E ratios may contract for the long-term. Given the gains achieved so far this year in stocks, and the important period we are now within, where institutional money managers are actively managing portfolio year end issues, we are especially sensitive to this risk today. ISIS is under attack and soon will be desperate, and it appears wants to strike terror into the heart of the west. So, I strongly suggest investors hedge broad market risk near-term, and holders of the SPDR S&P 500 (NYSE: SPY) divest it for the near-term. Obviously, over the long-term, we must invest somewhere, and the stock market is a great place for that, but there should always be a place for business entrepreneurship, real estate and gold in portfolios as well.

I’m going to follow up this article with reports on individual stocks I would buy on any downturn, and those I see as worth holding today no matter, along with those I would divest. I already recommended the sale of Tesla (Nasdaq: TSLA) and biotechnology stocks as part of this series of works. I have an aversion to gold now due to dollar pressure, but see terrorism as its most likely next catalyst. Readers may want to follow my column and my blog to be notified of new works.

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Week Ahead – Hello Volatility Back So Soon?

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Volatility should make a fast return this week. That underlying issue remains which causes stocks to be super sensitive today. It is end of fiscal year for many institutional fund managers, and so they are in reset mode, where just about anything can spook them out of securities markets and into other areas where value or safety may exist. Of course, all the scariest of scenarios seem to be playing out all at once. I’m speaking of the emergence of Ebola in America, the advance of ISIS on Baghdad, renewed fighting in Ukraine etc. But even worse can happen. For instance, terrorism in America could destroy this market, as could a mutation of Ebola making it airborne, or Russia taking some sort of unexpected or covert action against the west. Any deterioration in any of the above will reignite volatility, or simply some rumblings at the Fed revealed in the FOMC meeting minutes release this week. It really won’t take much, so caution remains recommended.

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Volatility defined last week, as stocks started the period lower before making a U-turn, on what I believe was commentary by Warren Buffett and the strong jobs data. Everything was in the red last week save for the dollar, but everything also turned toward the green to close the period.

SPDR Dow Jones (NYSE: DIA)
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iPath S&P Crude Oil (NYSE: OIL)
PIMCO Total Return (Nasdaq: BOND)
PowerShares DB US $ Bullish (NYSE: UUP)
iPath S&P VIX ST Futures (NYSE: VXX)

The week ahead should continue to be driven by geopolitical issues which could reach our shores, if they haven’t already. So I suggest investors keep their sights pinned to news from the Middle East (ISIS progress), from Ukraine (regarding the latest fighting), and from the CDC regarding Ebola. Also, Russia continues to act out against its western economic punishers, and is capable of surprising an already super sensitive market.

The Week Ahead

It’ll be a quiet week from an economic data perspective. Of course, last week’s jobs data carried a lot of weight, so there’s very little that could be said or done this week to offset that. That is, save for the Federal Open Market Committee meeting minutes. The FOMC minutes could show a great deal of discussion and debate at the Fed regarding a timeline for interest rate hikes. There were two dissenters to the FOMC Monetary Policy release, and a third could emerge soon enough. We’ll also get a sense of that this week from the many Fed speakers, including a good deal of the type that often stir the market.

Economic Data Point






-Year-to-Year Pace


$26.0 B
$20.0 B
4.673 M
4.710 M



-Crude Oil Inventory
-1.4 MB

-Gasoline Inventory
-1.8 MB


287 K
293 K
Chain Store Sales

Wholesale Trade – Inventories


112 bcf


-Import Prices

The week marks the informal start to corporate earnings season with the report of Alcoa (NYSE: AA) on Wednesday. There are also reports coming from a handful of other companies that reach across industries and sectors, including PepsiCo, Monsanto, Yum! Brands, Costco and more.


Akebia Therapeutics
Nasdaq: AKBA
Aratana Therapeutics
Nasdaq: PETX
Nasdaq: CAMP
Container Store
Corinthian Colleges
Nasdaq: COCO
Delta Apparel
Eleven Biotherapeutics
Nasdaq: EBIO
Hanmi Financial
Nasdaq: HAFC
Healthcare Services Group
Nasdaq: HCSG
IDT Corp.
Kronos Worldwide
MGIC Investment
Nasdaq: SHOR
Team Inc.
Nasdaq: TISI

International Speedway
Nasdaq: ISCA
Nasdaq: LNDC
Mistras Group
Yum! Brands
Zep Inc.

ARC Group Worldwide
Nasdaq: ARCW
Bank of Ozarks
Nasdaq: OZRK
Blackhawk Network
Nasdaq: HAWKB
Nasdaq: COST
Nasdaq: EOPN
RPM International
Ruby Tuesday

Nasdaq: ANGO
Barracuda Networks
Nasdaq: CUDA
Comtech Telecommunications
Nasdaq: CMTL
Emmis Communications
Nasdaq: EMMS
Enzo Biochem
Family Dollar
Helen of Troy
Nasdaq: HELE
Joe’s Jeans
Nasdaq: JOEZ
VOXX International
Nasdaq: VOXX

Nasdaq: FAST

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