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11/29/2014 - Superfund Equities Report

11/29/2014 - Superfund Equities Report -

The fund sold F (Ford) and piled up on TASR (Taser), SWHC (Smith & Wesson), ZNGA (Zynga) and ABR (Arbor REIT)
Citi Group's Index unit is for sale - LINK
OPEC's meeting in Vienna this week shook the oil markets.  West Texas Intermediate is at: $66.15 Brent is at: $70.15 Oil is breaking serious resistance levels. 
China is considering a broad ban on smoking, including tobacco advertising, smoking in public places and cutting smoking scenes in film and TV. Up more than 10% from the year before, the country’s tobacco industry generated nearly 956B yuan ($155.6B) in taxes and profits in 2013. China is home to more than 300M smokers!!!!!
Seagate refinancing $300M worth of debt (11/24/2014)  - $STX Seagate (STX +1.6%) plans to offer $300M worth of senior notes; their pricing and maturity date is undisclosed for now. Proceeds, along with cash on hand, will be used to redeem 6.8% senior notes due 2016. Seagate e…

Mark Ronson on TED TALKS

$TKMR - Technical Analysis

$TKMR TKMR After 11/06/2014 Earnings Chart . Statement from CEO - "Our goal this quarter was to continue the advancemen
— Chad Hagan (@SuperFund) Nov. 9 at 12:53 PM

OpCo's 2014 in 2014 Forecast Rings True

S&P 500 Justifies Oppenheimer’s 2,014 in 2014: Chart of the Day

By David Wilson

Nov. 4 (Bloomberg) -- When John Stoltzfus predicted almost a year ago that the S&P 500 would end 2014 at 2,014, the chief investment strategist at Oppenheimer & Co. was more optimistic than any of his Wall Street peers.

As the CHART OF THE DAY shows, Stoltzfus was vindicated for his bullishness. The S&P 500 surpassed his estimate at the end of last week and held above the projection yesterday, when it closed at 2,017.81.

The chart begins on Nov. 19, when the New York-based strategist made his call. At that time, he was the only one of 15 strategists in a Bloomberg survey to see the index at 2,000 or higher this year. As of yesterday, 16 of 20 strategists did.

Stoltzfus said in a telephone interview yesterday that he will revisit the 2,014 estimate after today’s election results are tallied.

“If we do bump it up, I can’t imagine it will be a heck of a lot,” he said. “This market could easil…