New CCI Sell Signals – MWW, MYE, NCT, NCV, NCZ

by Melanie Francine Santos on September 26, 2011

MWW percentage change fell -6.99%, to close at $7.32 and its overall traded volume was 4.53M shares in the last trading session. MWW opened at $7.52 and is trading within the range of $7.17-$7.72. The 52-week range of the stock is $7.00 – $25.90. MWW’s market capitalization is $945.60M and it has 129.18M outstanding shares.

Monster Worldwide, Inc. (Monster) provides global online employment solution. With a presence in approximately 55 countries globally, including key markets in North America, Europe, Asia and Latin America, Monster offers online recruiting solutions. Through online media sites and services, Monster Worldwide delivers targeted audiences to advertisers. The Company operates in three segments: Careers – North America, Careers – International and Internet Advertising & Fees. During the year ended December 31, 2010, these operating segments represented approximately 46%, 40% and 14% of its consolidated revenue, respectively. On August 24, 2010, Monster completed the acquisition of Yahoo! HotJobs from Yahoo!. On December 31, 2010, the Company completed the acquisition of JobBusan, a business that provides online recruiting in Busan, South Korea.


MYE fell -2.45%, to close at $9.96 and its overall traded volume was 327,010.00 shares in the last trading session. MYE opened the day at $9.86, it made an intraday low of $9.61 and an intraday high of $10.08. The 52-week range of the stock is $7.75 – $12.29. MYE’s market capitalization is $345.81M and it has 34.72M outstanding shares. Myers Industries, Inc. (Myers Industries) manufactures a range of polymer products for industrial, agricultural, automotive, commercial and consumer markets. It manufactures plastic reusable material handling containers and pallets and produces plastic horticultural pots, trays and flower planters. Other product lines include plastic storage and organization containers, plastic original equipment manufacturer parts, rubber tire repair products and custom plastic and rubber products. It is also the wholesale distributor of tools, equipment and supplies for the tire, wheel and undervehicle service industry in the United States. The distribution products range fro m tire balancers and alignment systems to valve caps, tire repair tools and other consumable service supplies. As of March 7, 2011, it operated 16 manufacturing facilities and 39 distribution branches located throughout North, Central and South America. On July 21, 2010, it acquired the assets of Enviro-Fill, Inc.
NCT percentage change dropped -4.18%, to close at $4.36 and its overall traded volume was 20.14M shares in the last trading session. NCT shares were trading within the range of $4.27-$4.54 while its opening price was $4.30. The stock has a 52 week low of $2.72 and 52 week high of $8.85. NCT’s market capitalization is $345.75M and it has 79.30M outstanding shares. Newcastle Investment Corp. (Newcastle) is a real estate related investment and finance company. Newcastle invests in, and actively manages a portfolio of, real estate securities, loans and other real estate related assets. The Company conducts its business through four primary segments: investments financed with non-recourse collateralized debt obligations (CDOs), investments financed with other non-recourse debt, investments financed with recourse debt, including Federal National Mortgage Association (FNMA)/ Federal Home Loan Mortgage Corporation (FHLMC) securities and unlevered investments.
NCV fell -2.56%, to close at $8.38 and its overall traded volume was 274,871.00 shares in the last trading session. NCV shares were trading within the range of $8.24-$8.45 while its opening price was $8.34. The stock has a 52 week low of $7.76 and 52 week high of $11.18. NCV’s market capitalization is $626.28M and it has 74.73M outstanding shares. AGIC Convertible & Income Fund (the Fund), formerly Nicholas-Applegate Convertible & Income Fund, is a diversified, closed-end management investment company. The Fund’s investment objective is to provide total return through a combination of capital appreciation and high current income. It invests in a diversified portfolio of domestic convertible securities and non-convertible, high-yield bonds rated below investment grade. It seeks to invest at least 50% of its portfolio in convertibles. It invests in sectors, such as advertising, apparel, auto components, banks, diversified financial services, entertainment, miscellaneous manufacturing and retail . Allianz Global Investors Fund Management LLC serves as the Fund’s investment manager and is an indirect, wholly owned subsidiary of Allianz Global Investors of America L. P. (Allianz Global). Its sub-advisors are Pacific Investment Management Company LLC, Allianz Global Investors Capital LLC and NFJ Investment Group LLC.
NCZ slid -2.10%, to close at $7.93 and its overall traded volume was 268,891.00 shares in the last trading session. NCZ opened at $7.96 and is trading within the range of $7.77-$7.98. The 52-week range of the stock is $7.31 – $10.31. NCZ’s market capitalization is $491.79M and it has 62.02M outstanding shares. AGIC Convertible & Income Fund II (the Fund), formerly Nicholas-Applegate Convertible & Income Fund II, is a diversified, closed-end management investment company. The Fund’s investment objective is to provide total return through a combination of capital appreciation and high current income. It invests in a diversified portfolio of domestic convertible securities, and non-convertible, high-yield bonds rated below investment grade. It seeks to invest at least 50% of its portfolio in convertibles. The Fund invests in sectors, such as advertising, airlines, aerospace and defense, auto components, commercial services and supplies, construction and engineering, diversified financial service s, healthcare providers and services, and telecommunications. Allianz Global Investors Fund Management LLC serves as the Fund’s investment manager and is an indirect, wholly owned subsidiary of Allianz Global Investors of America L. P.

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