Fiscal Cliff Rally Could be Over as Earnings Season May be Slower Than Expected

    Fiscal Cliff Rally Could be Over as Earnings Season May be Slower Than
                                   Expected

PR Newswire

NEW YORK, January 8, 2013

NEW YORK, January 8, 2013 /PRNewswire/ --

Earnings season unofficially kicks off today, as a total of 8 companies will
be announcing their 4^th quarter earnings results. Markets seems to give back
some of the profits during the fiscal cliff rally yesterday as the DOW fell 50
points and the S&P fell 4.

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combined experience of over 30 years that today are providing members with a
quick research report on 5 companies.

Facebook Inc (NASDAQ:FB) - Facebook Continues to be one of the most active
stocks on the NASDAQ since its IPO. On Jan 1^st 2013 Donald Graham, Director
bought 20,835 shares.

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Peregrine Pharmaceuticals Inc (NASDAQ:PPHM) - On Dec 27^th 2012 Paul Lytle CFO
bought 200,000 shares of PPHM.

World Moto (OTC:FARE) - World Moto has been the most active stock in the OTC
markets for roughly 2 weeks. The stock yesterday traded over 71 million shares
and gained another 30% from Friday's closing price.

Advanced Cell Tech (OTC:ACTC) - Had a huge volume day on Monday as the stock
traded ten times its average volume. The stock closed at $ 0.0899 gaining
12.5% on the day.

Fannie Mae (OTC:FNMA) - As bullish sentiment comes out of wall street for the
U.S housing market FNMA has taken this news on a high note. The stock
yesterday was among the leaders for most active on the OTC exchange. FNMA
closed up 12% trading just over 23 million shares on the day.

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