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Some analysts believe that the recent pullback in small-cap stocks offers a good entry point for the value investor, while others think that many of these stocks are still overpriced. It can be helpful to look at the market behaviour of more sophisticated traders as a way of resolving this debate. Short sellers, for example, are among the most sophisticated investors.
Stocks with a large decrease in short interest are often companies that offer significant upside potential. American Superconductor (AMSC) is one such company in the diversified Electronics Industry. Over the last six months, insiders have been net buyers, and shares shorted have decreased as well. AMAG Pharmaceuticals (AMAG) is another company in the diagnostic substances industry where insiders have been buying up shares and short sellers have been decreasing their positions.
iPhone cases are a big market. Nearly nine out of 10 owners keep their prized gadget in a case – US analysts NPD put the figure at 87%. Last year in the UK Apple fans bought some 5m cases –including stylish wooden numbers and customized moulded plastic cases alongside generic plastic versions - according to data from research group GfK.
Uranium prices have experienced the biggest drop in two years recently, but this may be coming to an end with news of India and China investing heavily in atomic power developments that will more than double global production of nuclear power. Prices for the radioactive metal tumbled as much as 27% in the wake of the Fukushima nuclear power plant crisis in Japan.
However, this has not deterred China and India from leading an estimated 46% increase in consumption by 2020. Soaring energy demand from the world's fastest-growing economies is boosting the prospects of miners such as Cameco Corp and Paladin Energy Inc. According to some experts in the field, the new generation of reactors that will be built in these countries are much safer then older reactors like Fukushima. For China, the decision is clear because they simply cannot satisfy the growth in electricity demand in a singe dimension and must pursue a diverse range of sources.