SOURCE: Wall Street News Alert

November 02, 2005 09:49 ET

Aggressive Investors Alert: Emerging Public Company Issues Positive Investor Update! November 2, 2005

NOTE TO EDITORS: The Following Is an Investment Opinion Being Issued by Wall Street Capital Funding.

WESTON, FL -- (MARKET WIRE) -- November 2, 2005 -- Wall Street News Alert's "stocks to watch" this morning are: New Century Companies, Inc. (OTC BB: NCNC), Masco Corp. (NYSE: MAS), Chevron Corp (NYSE: CVX) and Boeing (NYSE: BA).

New Century Companies, Inc. (OTC BB: NCNC) may begin to appear before aggressive investors and day traders this morning! Yesterday after the stock markets closed, the company issued a press release announcing investor update.

The investor update should get the deserved attention, as New Century is seeing an unprecedented surge in orders and customer interest. In the third quarter of 2005 alone, its bookings totalled more than half its entire sales for 2004. Put another way, its current rate of orders is more than 100% above last year's.

Continue to watch this company! Highlights from the release include:

--  During the July-September (third) quarter, New Century announced $2.74
    million in new orders for re-manufactured VTCs. By comparison, sales for
    all of 2004 totaled $4.6 million. Added to sales already recorded in the
    first half of 2005, the third quarter orders bring the total so far in 2005
    to $5.38 million, or 16% above the total for all of 2004.
    
--  The surge shows no sign of stopping. During October, New Century
    announced $950,000 in new orders for VTCs.
    
--  The dollar amount of requested quotes - $ 8 million since the
    beginning of September - is at an unusually high level for New Century.
    Quotes have proven to be a reliable indicator of future sales.
    
--  New Century says its cash flow from new and pending orders has
    improved so sharply that it sees no need for further outside capital to
    fund its expansion.
    
--  The company now expects to apply for exchange listing, on either the
    Amex or NASDAQ markets, during 2006.
    
See yesterday's company press release for full details.

Investors should continue to monitor the progress of New Century Companies! Last Friday, the company announced $950,000 in new orders, which came just after announcing $2.74 million in orders August and September 2005. In that press release, the company stated that requested quotes -- key indicators of future business -- have been running at historically high levels since the beginning of September. According to yesterday's company press release, at its third-quarter clip, New Century is on track to book nearly $11 million in annual revenue. And summer is typically a slow time in the machine-tool business, so the sales pace actually could accelerate.

Prior to the latest press release, the stock closed yesterday at Fifty-One cents a share.

For an updated and in-depth profile of New Century Companies, visit http://www.backissuesofnewsalerts.us/NCNC1101.html

In case you are not familiar with the company: New Century Companies, Inc. is one of the leading U.S.-based makers of machine tools, primarily vertical boring mills and large lathes such as vertical turning centers. It also assembles sound-wall modules made from Quilite® a lightweight, graffiti-resistant alternative to concrete. In its machine-tool business, the company specializes in re-manufacturing, starting with existing major castings and fitting them with state-of-the-art, computer-controlled equipment. These products generally cost 40% to 60% less to make than new ones. New Century passes these savings on to its customers, which include such leading manufacturers as General Electric Co., General Dynamics Corp., Siemens AG and Gardner Denver. New Century machines are used to manufacture jet-engine components, airplane landing gear parts, power generation equipment, oil and gas production components and construction materials, to name just a few applications. Quilite is used not only in freeway noise walls but in other sound-absorbing structures, including barriers at sports stadiums and electric transformers. New Century manufactures its machine tools and Quilite modules in Santa Fe Springs, Calif. The company's website is http://www.newcenturyinc.com.

Stocks showing interesting activity yesterday at the close of the regular trading day were: Masco Corporation's (NYSE: MAS) down 3.9% on 8.7 million shares traded, Chevron Corp (NYSE: CVX) up 1% on 7.5 million shares traded and Boeing (NYSE: BA) up 0.6% on 5.6 million shares traded.

Commentary:

"Auto companies are not 'in the fast lane' as far as October sales go. Ford posted the biggest loss at down 26%, GMC had a 44% decline (no thanks to gas-guzzlers like Hummers, Tahoes, and Trailblazers), and DaimlerChrysler had a 3% loss. GM was off by 23%. Honda sales were up by 4.2%. Overall, the auto sector for October fell by 11%," stated Sonja Rudd in Wall Street News Alert's daily commentary continued at: http://www.WallStreetNewsAlert.com.

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