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Monday, November 06, 2006

Most Actives Review: Under $5 Stocks (Nov. 6, 2006)

Today we have a strong market where most names seem to be higher. On the sub-$5.00 most actives you have SIRI skewing the results because of high volume in conjunction with the gains in its rival XMSR after posting narrower losses. CHTR has escaped somewhat since Cramer said it is not cheap just because it is a low price stock, and said it is expensive. Of the Horsemen stocks, investors have piled into CSCO ahead of earnings, although all of the Horsemen stocks are higher. Even with CSCO, it looks like the broad market is trading better than the sub-$5.00 most actives.

Ticker Price Change Volume
FNSR $ 3.65 $ 0.15 6,559,919
LVLT $ 5.38 $ (0.02) 6,824,394
SIRI $ 3.99 $ 0.23 57,159,560
SUNW $ 5.32 $ 0.09 13,086,508
PMCS $ 7.26 $ 0.33 5,582,610
CNXT $ 1.97 $ 0.04 10,359,933
CHTR $ 2.57 $ (0.01) 10,712,653
Total

110,285,577




NASDAQ 2362.07 31.28 1,052,521,000




Ticker Price Change Volume
INTC $20.72 $ 0.21 28,786,700
MSFT $28.92 $ 0.19 31,683,188
CSCO $24.74 $ 0.97 39,284,840
AAPL $79.84 $ 1.55 10,516,678
ORCL $18.11 $ 0.33 23,227,942
Total

133,499,348

Jon C. Ogg
November 6, 2006
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