Stocks Try To Stay Strong

With stocks rising across the board Friday it will be interesting to see what the reaction is today on the news that Greece are trying to embrace the Euro bailout conditions. Stocks were strong after an uncertain previous week.

Dow: 12,767.17
S&P 500: 1,342.84
Nasdaq: 2,872.80

Top 25 Traded Shares:
1 Bank of America
2 Sprint Nextel
3 Microsoft Corporation
4 Citigroup
5 General Electric
6 Intel Corporation
7 Nokia Corporation
8 iPath S&P 500
9 Facebook, Inc.
10 Cisco Systems, Inc.
11 AT&T Inc.
12 PowerShares QQQ Trust
13 JP Morgan Chase & Co.
14 Oracle Corporation
15 Ford Motor Company
16 Pfizer, Inc.
17 Wells Fargo & Company
18 Sirius XM Radio Inc.
19 Zynga Inc.
20 EMC Corporation
21 QUALCOMM Incorporated
22 Morgan Stanley
23 Kinross Gold Corporation
24 News Corporation
25 Micron Technology, Inc.

Top 10 Gainers:
1 Good Times Restaurants Inc.
2 China Gerui Advanced Materials
3 Renesola Ltd.
4 ATP Oil & Gas Corporation
5 BroadVision, Inc.
6 Anthera Pharmaceuticals, Inc.
7 Uranium Energy Corp.
8 ModusLink Global Solutions, Inc
9 GeoMet, Inc.
10 Community West Bancshares

Top 10 Losers:
1 China Natural Resources, Inc.
2 ATA Inc.
3 Microvision, Inc.
4 Charm Communications Inc.
5 QKL Stores, Inc.
6 Synutra International, Inc.
7 Acorn International, Inc.
8 Le Gaga Holdings Limited
9 TrovaGene, Inc.
10 Lentuo International Inc.

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Leo Pierson

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Former partner in a real estate management firm, Leo, has been active in the market for the last 8 years. Ex-blogger on penny stocks, now focused on long term growth stocks, Leo provides valuable market snapshots each day as part of our editorial team.

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