SOURCE: Wall St Sense

Wall St Sense

January 06, 2010 06:30 ET

Wall St Sense Provides Analysis on Equities in the Basic Materials, Healthcare and Services Sectors

NOTE TO EDITORS: The Following Is an Investment Opinion Being Issued by Wall St Sense

NEW DELHI, INDIA--(Marketwire - January 6, 2010) - US STOCKS-Futures advance on commodes strength, weak dollar; Crude oil rises on Russia-Belarus dispute; Novartis to buy rest of Alcon for $39.2 billion; Construction spending, ISM manufacturing data on tap. As new market updates continue to fuel the current trading trend, Wall Street Sense analysts have issued valuable analysis on the following companies: Alpha Natural Resources Inc. (NYSE: ANR), Devon Energy Corporation (NYSE: DVN), VIVUS Inc. (NASDAQ: VVUS), La Jolla Pharmaceutical Co. (NASDAQ: LJPC), Discovery Laboratories Inc. (NASDAQ: DSCO) and CarMax Inc. (NYSE: KMX). All reports are available on Wall Street Sense, all you need to do is sign up now and continue reading.

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--  Diversifying the company's coal offering to include both thermal and
    metallurgical makes ANR more attractive to investors. It appears that ANR,
    which has...
    
--  DVN recently announced plans to strategically reposition the company
    as high-growth, onshore North American exploration and production Company.
    After trimming its portfolio in 2005 and...
    
--  VVUS said it remains on track to ask for Food and Drug Administration
    approval of Qnexa by the end of 2009. The development of Qnexa is part...
    
--  We think Adamis is very unique in that it already has a product on
    the market and is expected to be profitable in the near-term. Based on
    LJPC's most recent quarterly...
    
--  DSCO have also taken operational steps to conserve their existing
    capital. We are encouraged that active discussions with...
    
--  Although KMX is temporarily slowing store growth, we believe
    management will eventually go back to adding stores at a 15%...
    

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