Today was perhaps an interesting day on the market with a lot of strange discrepancies perhaps shaping the day's gains.
For a quick list and linking of stocks and sectors that did ok per se, today here's a quick list of some stocks that rose after all was said and done;
Here's the handful of penny stocks that posted greater than 5% daily increases;
Terra tech corp; TRTC; indoor agriculture per se;
As well as another whopping 21% increase for another "green" company per se; namely "Hemp inc"(HEMP);
of course the rest of the green-train per se, followed suit with CBIS up about 5%;
I guess this is what a hemp field looks like if anyone else was curious aswell;
For more "normal" sectors/market caps we have some interesting gainers for the day amongst them aswell;
Food; Hormel(HRL) was up etc, as well as ASBFY "Associated British Foods...";
Brazilian stocks most notably energy stocks like CIG etc, but interestingly enough; not Brazilian small caps;
CIG; up about 1.72%
MSCI Brazil in general(up slightly);EWZ
The Polish index is slightly up per se; DWPLDT
*Not an up sector but interestingly enough robots were down(good thing they don't have emotions yet); with the likes of Brooks(BRKS), IRobot(IRBT) and Fuji Heavy Ind.(FUJHY)(tangential) all down;
Energy companies in general up about .25-~1% here's Duke energy(DUK) for example, up about .27%;
Muni's were also up in general like ticker; KSM a 7% div. yielder;
Some oil trusts were also up, for example; MARPS the "Marine Petroleum Trust", an ~8.28% yielder was up about 1.27%;
and lastly perhaps, some farmland stocks were up as well, like "Adecoagro"(AGRO); was up for the day(~1.60%), not the whole sector was up per se, but it was mostly flat or or somewhat up for the day in general, if one will;
Surely there were other sectors up and down per se for the day, however it was perhaps a day of interesting sector "explosions" if one will, particularly in the "green pharmaceuticals" space, as well as in some perhaps interesting spaces like oil-trusts, and energy companies in general.
Hopefully everyone's stocks got a piece of the gains per se, and are doing well. Thanks again for reading.
Whack-a-mole-market, some up, some down;