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Symbol Company Expected Return Odds By The Following Date
DITC Ditech Networks Inc -4.26% 81.82% (9 of 11) Thursday, December 13th 2012
MKS MSDW Structured Asset Corp. SATURNS AIG Capital SecurityBacked Series 200211 -3.99% 88.89% (8 of 9) Tuesday, December 18th 2012
AEH AEGON N.V. 6.375% Perpetual Capital Securities -1.67% 100.00% (7 of 7) Wednesday, November 28th 2012
MELA MELA Sciences Inc -16.15% 85.71% (6 of 7) Monday, December 17th 2012
FCY Forest City Enterprises Inc -3.19% 85.71% (6 of 7) Monday, December 17th 2012
IND ING GROEP N.V. 7.05% ING Perpetual Debt Securities -1.27% 88.89% (8 of 9) Wednesday, November 28th 2012
Ditech Networks Inc (NASDAQ:DITC) - Ditech Networks, Inc. offers communications with voice processing solutions that perform tasks ranging from voice-enabled Web 2.0 and unified communications services to voice quality enhancement. The company offers various solutions that deliver voice communication and enable voice capabilities to new communications methods, such as social networking and text messaging. Its products help communications companies worldwide meet the multiple challenges of service differentiation, network expansion, and call capacity, by delivering voice quality. The company was formerly known as Ditech Communications Corporation and changed its name to Ditech Networks, Inc. in May 2006. Ditech Networks, Inc. was founded in 1983 and is headquartered in Mountain View, California..
MSDW Structured Asset Corp. SATURNS AIG Capital SecurityBacked Series 200211 (NYSE:MKS) - Mikasa, Inc., incorporated in 1936, is a designer, developer and marketer of quality tabletop and decorative home products. The Company's wide range of products includes casual and formal dinnerware, crystalware and glassware, stainless steel flatware, gifts and decorative accessories for the home. The Company distributes its products in the United States and Canada through both retail accounts and direct consumer channels. Internationally, the Company sells its products through subsidiary companies or authorized distributors primarily in selected countries.
Styles of the Company's products range from traditional designs to fashion-oriented, contemporary patterns. The Company's Dinnerware products include plates, bowls, cups, saucers and mugs. Its Crystalware (or glassware) products include crystal stemware, crystal serveware, drinking glasses and barware. Flatware products include stainless steel knives, forks and spoons.Gift and decorative accessories include natural extensions to the Company's product lines such as serving platters, bowls and pitchers, special ceramic or crystal gift items, and accessories such as linens, candlestick holders, salt and pepper shakers, candles, and other household items. The Company supports its product mix by offering different proprietary brand names for different target markets.
The Mikasa brand is positioned as an upscale product line that typically is sold in the "upstairs" china and crystal departments of department stores and in specialty stores. Mikasa products include dinnerware, crystalware, flatware and giftware. Mikasa dinnerware is separated into four basic classifications: bone china, fine china, semi-porcelain and earthenware. Within each classification, dinnerware is sold primarily by pattern. Once a pattern becomes popular, the Company may introduce dinnerware accessories in that pattern and may also introduce coordinating stemware,dinnerware, stainless flatware and table linens. Place settings also are made for children's use. Mikasa crystalware includes a range of products extending from full lead (24% or more lead oxides) to unleaded glassware. These products include stemware, barware, serving platters and bowls, salt and pepper shakers, vases, candlestick holders, picture frames, clocks and paperweights. Mikasa flatware is available in several configurations, including all stainless steel, gold and stainless steel or plastic with stainless steel. Mikasa giftware products include vases, serving trays, carafes, picture frames, mugs and children's products.
Studio Nova Brand
Studio Nova products are similar to Mikasa products, but are designed with a more casual feel for everyday entertaining and personal use. Studio Nova products are developed to be sold in the "downstairs" housewares department of department stores and in specialty stores, and include dinnerware, crystalware, flatware and giftware.Studio Nova dinnerware is sold primarily by pattern in prepackaged sets such as 20-piece starter sets and 5-piece accessory completer sets. As patterns gain in popularity, accessories are added to the line. Studio Nova crystalware products typically include unleaded products that are mass-produced. These products include serveware, stemware, drinkware and tabletop accessories. Studio Nova flatware is stainless steel or plastic with stainless steel. Patterns are designed to coordinate with dinnerware. Studio Nova giftware items generally are geared toward kitchen use and include storage items and other kitchen items such as wicker baskets, wood and marble cutting boards and cookware.
Home Beautiful products are similar in nature to those of the Studio Nova brand, except that they are developed for sale to mass merchants, warehouse clubs and retail drug chains. These products include dinnerware, crystalware, flatware and giftware.Christopher Stuart products are limited to dinnerware, crystalware and giftware. These products are developed to meet promotional price points for the "upstairs" china and .
AEGON N.V. 6.375% Perpetual Capital Securities (NYSE:AEH) - Allegiance Corporation is America's largest provider of health-care products and services for hospitals and other health-care providers.
Allegiance offers the industry's broadest range of medical and laboratory products, representing more than 2,800 suppliers in addition to its own line of surgical and respiratory therapy products. The Company operates 22 domestic and international manufacturing plants that manufacture products used in surgery and other medical procedures.
Allegiance's Custom-Sterile products and PBDS Pathways service help health-care providers save time and money by assembling customer-designated supplies into packages for specific procedures. Custom-Sterile packs contain sterile, disposable supplies made by the company and other manufacturers. They are used to perform dozens of procedures, from open-heart surgery and childbirth to treating minor wound closure. Customers can select items for these packs from a database of approximately 30,000 products from nearly 800 manufacturers. PBDS modules contain Custom-Sterile packs along with non-sterile supplies.
The Convertors product line is a leading brand of single-use surgical drapes, gowns, and apparel. Convertors products also include clean-room apparel and equipment covers for industrial manufacturers. Allegiance is the world's largest manufacturer and marketer of medical gloves. The Company produces surgical and exam gloves made from natural rubber latex and synthetic materials such as neoprene and vinyl. Allegiance provides specialty biopsy needles for extracting samples of bone marrow and soft tissue, and a variety of specialty procedure trays. These include lumbar puncture trays, thoracentesis trays, amniocentesis trays, and other diagnostic trays and products used by obstetricians and gynecologists.
Allegiance is the world's leading producer of fluid suction and collection systems. The Medi-Vac line consists of disposable suction canisters and liners,suction tubing, and supporting hardware and accessories. The Medi-Vac product line also includes wound-drainage tubing and reservoirs used to remove fluid from closed wounds to prevent infection and promote healing. Medi-Vac autotransfusion systems collect blood for reinfusion to the patient after filtration, allowing patients to receive their own blood instead of transfusions from donors. In 1997, Allegiance acquired a line of surgical devices from Surgin Surgical Instrumentation, Inc. The acquisition broadens Allegiance's line of Medi-Vac fluid suction and collection products for the growing area of laparoscopic, or less-invasive, surgery.
Allegiance is a leading manufacturer and marketer of respiratory therapy products, which are used primarily to deliver oxygen and medication to patients with breathing disorders. This product line includes ventilator circuits (tubing used to connect patients to ventilator machines), oxygen masks, cannulae,and suction catheters used to clear the trachea. In 1997, Allegiance acquired a line of respiratory-care devices and supplies from Kendall Healthcare Products Company. This acquisition extends Allegiance's leadership in respiratory care with new products that are used widely in patients' homes, nursing homes and hospitals to treat asthma, pneumonia, emphysema, bronchitis and other respiratory conditions. Allegiance's V. Mueller product portfolio comprises a broad range of specialty surgical instruments, instrument reprocessing products, and sterilization packaging, including the Genesis Container System.
Allegiance is the world's largest producer of urinary drainage catheters, and manufactures endotracheal tubes for respiration, anesthesia, and other therapies. The Company produces a broad line of hot and cold packs used to provide localized temperature therapy for orthopedic injuries and for patients recovering from childbirth and surgical procedures.Allegiance also manufactures and markets a broad line of patient-preparation, hair-removal, and skin-care products such as clippers and razors, as well as special soaps, sponges and scr.
MELA Sciences Inc (NASDAQ:MELA) - MELA Sciences, Inc. operates as a medical device company that focuses on the design and development of a non-invasive, point-of-care instrument to assist in the early diagnosis of melanoma. The companys principal product, MelaFind, features a hand-held imaging device that emits multiple wavelengths of light to capture images of suspicious pigmented skin lesions and extract data. This product uses automatic image analysis and statistical pattern recognition to help identify lesions to be considered for biopsy to rule out melanoma. It consists of hand-held imaging device, which employs high precision optics and multi-spectral illumination; database of pigmented skin lesions; and lesion classifiers, which are mathematical algorithms that extract lesion feature information and classify lesions. MELA Sciences filed the MelaFind pre-market approval application with the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) in June 2009 and is under review at the FDA. The company was formerly known as Electro-Optical Sciences, Inc. and changed its name MELA Sciences, Inc. in April 2010. MELA Sciences was founded in 1989 and is based in Irvington, New York..
Forest City Enterprises Inc (NYSE:FCY) - Furon Company, founded in 1955 and incorporated in 1957, is a leading designer, developer and manufacturer of highly engineered products made primarily from specially formulated high performance polymer materials. Furon's products are used in a wide range of applications primarily by original equipment manufacturers (OEMs) in commercial markets and by end-users in healthcare markets. The Company focuses on niche markets and applications for which it can provide its customers application-specific product solutions based on the Company's polymer based materials technology, engineering expertise and production technology. In January 1997, as part of its strategy to leverage its materials and manufacturing technology expertise into other attractive market segments, the Company acquired Medex, Inc., a producer of polymer based medical device products. The Company had revenues of $493.5 million for the fiscal year ended January 30, 1999 compared to $485.6 million in the prior year.
The Company's commercial products (approximately 79% of net sales for fiscal 1999) consist of highly engineered polymer components used in a broad range of commercial applications. The Company's commercial products are sold primarily through the Company's sales force to OEM and commercial aftermarket equipment and maintenance providers in the commercial equipment, transportation, electronics and process industries markets. Some of Furon's largest customers for commercial products are The Boeing Company, Coca-Cola Company and Navistar International Corporation. A majority of Furon's commercial products are designed in collaboration with its OEM customers for specific applications to satisfy increasingly demanding performance standards and criteria, including strength, durability, conductivity, lubricity, temperature tolerance, chemical resistance and weight. As such,many of Furon's application-specific products are an integral part of the customers' equipment and systems, yet represent only a small portion of the customers' total product cost. Additionally, many of the Company's products are developed using proprietary polymer materials and production processes which serve as key competitive advantages for the Company.
Over the past several years, the Company has placed increased emphasis on the development of new products. Furon's net sales of new commercial products introduced in the last five years as a percentage of net sales have increased from an estimated 15% in fiscal 1996 to 24% in fiscal 1999. The Company defines a new product as one that has been introduced into the market and either uses new material, is substantially different from an existing product based on performance levels or satisfies new markets or applications for current products that require different specifications or standards.The Company's commercial products include highly engineered seals and bearings; fluid handling components; tapes, films and coated fabrics; hose and tubing; wire and cable; and plastic formed components. For fiscal 1999, no single customer represented more than 4% of the Company's net sales of commercial products.
Furon has a large number of competitors in its commercial business, the majority of which compete in only a limited number of the Company's product groups. Furon's competitors include: Parker Hannifin Corporation (seals, hoses and fluid handling components); Aeroquip Corporation, a subsidiary of Aeroquip-Vickers, Inc.(hose and tubing); the Garlock division of Coltec Industries Inc. (bearings); Minnesota Mining and Manufacturing Company (tape and coated film); Raychem Corporation (wire and cable); and a number of smaller, regional competitors with more limited product offerings. The Company also competes with manufacturers of other polymer based and metal based products.
Medical Device Products
The Company's medical device products (approximately 21% of net sales for fiscal 1999) consist of a broad range of polymer based critical care products and infusion systems for medical and surgical applications. Th.
ING GROEP N.V. 7.05% ING Perpetual Debt Securities (NYSE:IND) - American Industrial Properties REIT (AIPR), organized on September 26, 1985, is a Texas real estate investment trust. In addition to wholly owned subsidiaries, the Company owns a general partner interest and substantially all of the economic interests, directly or indirectly, in three operating partnerships and a 55.84% interest in a joint venture owning an office building.
As of December 31, 2000, the Company directly or indirectly owned a portfolio of 70 real estate properties, aggregating 7.5 million net rentable square feet (nrsf). AIPR's emphasis is in the light industrial sector, which is characterized as office showroom, service center and flex properties, low-rise offices and small-bay distribution properties. Based on nrsf, as of December 31, 2000, approximately 74% of the Company's portfolio is represented by light industrial properties, 22% of the portfolio is represented by office properties and 4% of the portfolio is represented by retail properties. The light industrial properties are leased for office, office showroom, warehouse, distribution, research and development and light assembly purposes. The retail properties are leased to retail merchandise establishments, restaurants and a cinema. No single tenant accounted for more than 10% of the Trust's consolidated gross revenue for the year ended December 31, 2000.
AIPR intends to focus on the light industrial sector of the real estate market. The light industrial property sector serves the smaller tenant population and, in many instances, serves as a low-cost office space alternative. In general, rents in light industrial office space offer the opportunity for increased returns as suburban office rents rise. The Company's emphasis in the light industrial sector is ideally suited for the entrepreneurial segment of the economy, which consistently leads the United States in job growth. This property type is attractive to technology companies, which typically prefer flexible-use property space. The majority of the Company's properties are situated in markets that have a concentration of technology firms, such as Dallas, San Francisco, San Diego and Northern Virginia..
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